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NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars

Morning Edition

03:34 min | 4 months ago

NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars

"Good morning, Scientists from Planet Earth will land another mission on Mars today. NASA calls the rover perseverance. NPR's science correspondent Joe Palka has been following this one. Good morning, Joe. Morning, Noel, Can we talk about the logistics of this? They have to get a hurtling projectile toe land safely on Mars. How is this done? Yeah. What's the big trick? It's going 12,000 MPH, and they have two landed it two MPH. No problem. Well, what happens is they're overs packed up into something called the Aero Shell, which hits the top of the atmosphere on Mars and Atmosphere slows the craft down and it's friction heats up. That's why there's a heat shield, but that does slow it down quite a bit. But then there's a giant. Parachute that slows it down further and then finally, there's something called the Sky Crane, which is a jet pack that flies over the landing site to the landing site, then lowers the rover down on a tether and then cuts the cord and flies away. But the interesting thing is, this is the same landing system that the last rover used called curiosity. But it's been made more up to date by the fact that it's got this smart landing system so that you can actually look for Ah, good place to land. If it doesn't like the first place it picks the confide to the next one. What is modern is all the computers and navigation systems are on this new rover. The design of the rocket engines on the sky Crane is actually 50 years old. Believe it or not, those engines all trace their way back to the Viking Landers. That's Joe Cassidy, He's executive director for space at Arrow Jet Rocket die in the company that makes the rocket engine. The Viking missions landed on Mars in the mid seventies, and Cassidy says the rocket designed depended on a special valve that made it possible to vary the Rockets thrust. Funny part is back in the seventies, We had a supplier that actually developed that forest with J. P L came back to us in the latter part of the first decade of the 21st century and said, We want you to do that again. That supplier was no longer in business. But luckily they were able to find an alternate supplier who would make the valve for them. Very luckily, what is perseverance looking for on Mars? Well, it's landing in a place called Jez zero Crater, which was they think a lake bed 3.5 or Lake 3.5 billion years ago, And the idea is there might might might have been microbes in the lake. So there'll be cameras on the rover that will study the appearance of rocks looking for things like stromatolites, which are structures left behind by mats of bacteria. They're also instruments on the rover that will measure the chemical and mineral composition of the rocks at the landing site, and Nina Lanza is a geologist at Los Alamos National Lab and the scientists on one of those instruments called super Camp. See, this is the kind of thing that a geologist needs right. We need both chemistry. What's in Iraq and mineralogy how it's arranged. So knowing those things tells a lot about the conditions under which the rock form then whether or not those conditions were conducive to life. I asked this excitedly. Could we be getting news soon, saying that there was life on Mars? Well, it's one of those news stories where people get very excited, but they will also say I'm from Missouri proof show me so that's actually the idea of this. They may see things that look like there might have been life there. But they say to confirm that they have to bring the rocks back to Earth. And in fact, that's what this mission is going to do. It's going to collect samples that a future mission will return to Earth. Okay. NPR Mars correspondent Joe Palka.

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"noel canning" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"noel canning" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"I like mad long term money exactly, you know crazy long term money off. I don't love Obi toppin, you know as a draft pick but I like him. I think he feels I think you'll be okay but marketing wise did you see what they did there they gave him number one. So now he's Obi-Wan dead. But, yeah, you're going to sell sort of these shirts and he's in Brooklyn kids. So I get it, you know, he's a kid who grew up and in the city. So, you know, I'm there on that part of it. I love a manual quickly, you know, that's a guy off a draft. I thought he's going to be really really good for them. And then what I like what they did with their veteran additions and Alec Burks Austin Rivers and New Orleans and well those are guys can come in and they're going to push the kids but the kids aren't going to feel like these guys have to play over me. The coaches are going to have to play them. You know Nerlens Noel can push Mitchell Robinson every day and practice but doesn't need a play over Mitchell Robinson rivers and burps can push RJ Barrett, but they're not going to play over RJ Barrett. So I think that is, you know, really important for the next where's the last couple Seasons with these vets? You know, when they had Marcus Morris and Joyce Randall and they had all these other guys that they had picked up all those guys were going to play and they wanted to play now you're in a little bit of a different position here where you've got off These guys who are there more complementary pieces. And again, you'll know long-term money. The only guy that more than a one-year deal is Austin Rivers in his last two years of mostly non guaranteed..

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"noel canning" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"noel canning" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"I I think he whispered hail Hydra myself, but that's that's because we're at the point of our like home. Shut down that I'm now going through the Marvel movies a second time. That's where we're yeah, but but I I think that's a good point that LeBron the fact that LeBron has that kind of pull with around the league pass with different players that we can't just shut this down as know that's definitely not going to happen when everything says that it shouldn't happen. Jerami Grant's going to get more than Lakers can offer. He's probably going to stay with them or he has no reason to leave blah blah blah blah blah, but LeBron whispered to him so you got to make it at least a possibility because LeBron tends to make things happen. So never LeBron and crew can tell Nerlens Noel look seventy million dollars. Nah, not for you. You can just wait it out if Nerlens Noel can if a player I could not the Nerlens Noel was a bad player. I mean, he's not great. I mean, it's probably not good. He's just really just a solid role player. Okay. Well if Nerlens of all can turn down seventy plus million dollars, you think that Jeremy Grant he can't talk Jeremy Grant out he can he probably dead. But the fact that like you said if we actually have to entertain it it shows that he can really almost do anything. So Lakers fan should be excited about any rumor that starts because LeBron James is like life in a way of that. He actually tries to exercise all of these rumors. So it's it's very interesting Lakers exceptionalism combined with LeBron exceptionalism and man. It's a deadly combination. That's out some grades. I'm still in grading mode. In fact, some of my teacher friends were just texting me a little bit ago about about the grades that they were giving and now, you know, I don't know if I should have given this grade to this kid and you know, all of that kind of teacher talk, let's pass out some grades. I want to start with a guy that we didn't see a lot of and I've gotten a number of questions about him already in our chat tonight Talen horton-tucker second round pick up in last year's NBA draft. Again. This year's draft coming up on November 18th. Talen Horton Tucker looked much much different in the bubble of obviously lost some weight. He made an impact in a few games. You have a lot in the play-offs, but he was he still right now. I believe he's still nineteen years old. What are your thoughts on him? What kind of agreed would you give him? He reminded me Horton Tucker reminded me a lot of the way. He's moving around the floor of Andre Iguodala and that not so much of just being in a freak athlete it was more so that you can notice his his his life span and you could just tell on the floor. You're seeing something special and he's moving the basketball game was slow and for a young player to to watch a game come around slow and he's making the wrong paths instead of just running at the rim and worrying about getting a shot up and how can I score the ball? He seemed like he'd been playing the game for fifteen years and and you have to give him credit for losing that weight in the Lakers have to be excited and I promised his name is going to come up plenty in some of these trade rumors that you're going to hear. Why don't you throw him in and we can sweeten the deal here and the Lakers are sure yeah and he's.

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"noel canning" Discussed on The Televerse

The Televerse

04:36 min | 9 months ago

"noel canning" Discussed on The Televerse

"To televise. Streaming and Of Car. Hello everybody. Welcome back to you. Stream plays. It is week twenty seven and we are here talking about the legend of Gora. Two spirits episodes five and six the peacekeepers and the sting peacekeepers and the sting and Maybe, we'll just actually talk about Shits Creek CA spoiler. Deficits are very good and not very much happens and I'm like I'm up to here with I remember enjoying the season. But like no, it's been a while and so I'm I'm hoping that with our next. To, partner, which is the next steps for tomorrow that's when it'll kick into the stuff that I remember and I remember liking. Because these are he's it does take a while to going yeah. I promise parts of it does get better. It does it does but these like they're trying to determine maybe not like Berlin and as we said last time, he just hold on we're holding onto Pabo for for dear life right now as we watch these episodes, I was half tempted to text you guys me like should. We just watched two more. So we have things to talk about by didn't because we all have things you know we we have to be respectful people's time and already watching episode tonight is a lot. So Elsa I'm going to throw it to you in. Are you in the places me or you feeling more generous than I am with what has been a utterly disappointing season so far? Marcus says I was on my phone quite a bit these episodes, which isn't a good time and Yeah I. Don't blame you because like like the high point of these episodes is oh, great. Finally Corran Michael broke up. Good. Pretending this idea? Even enjoy every plausible that much because she did get enough to do. No I you know I found these. To be here, let me put it this way. The thing I found most entertaining about these episodes was the bad animation. which at a certain point I just began going like, oh that person doesn't have a face that person doesn't have a face that person doesn't have a face because that was the most interesting thing that was happening and then when when we landed when like our big final moment was, who's Avatar? Gora No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no no. No. When all they have is wow isn't Berlin fun and they decide to throw Bolan into the like Adrian Brodie School of nonconsensual kissing like I just. Oh. This is where I wish that all of you who are listening were in the zoom because only Marcus and Kate and Noel can see my face It was very frustrating and the thing that was the most frustrating I think and I wanNA know how the two of you feel about this because maybe this is actually where we're headed and. And I'm just jumping the gun, but I fear not It kept running into like, wow that could be a really interesting idea for a character. Why don't we explore this and then running in the opposite direction or like a worst direction? So Lake Bowlin is suddenly a mover star. But it's all propaganda. Like star, in prop in war. Mongering propaganda. What does that mean? I don't know what just having kissed this redhead we haven't given a personality to. Her name is literally ginger because we couldn't be bothered or like, wow all Asami has left this business and it's failing. What should she do I know she should kiss her ex boyfriend and then get her business back like i. just every time something almost interesting happened they just turned down ran in the other direction. It was so frustrating that again, every time I was like face missing face missing all of a sudden my interest. And really there are a lot of time court that whole big battle sequence with Cora at the end of. The first episodes peacekeepers, she had no face the whole time every time she was on top of her water tornado. No face. Co, took the face stealing just took it. You know that would be interesting. So. I don't like these.

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"noel canning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:46 min | 10 months ago

"noel canning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Much better decision. Alexander within stop, jumped vertically and took the jump shot under control. I really like that decision. Alexander with 16 points, fellow Canadian Harden fouled coming around the screen. They called it on the deck. It's going to be two free throws here because they're in the bonus, but heart wanted three from where he shot that one is Dort picks up his third call. Watch a replay. No, James Harden's and I'm telling you Right now. Blue door we mentioned he made his debut on December 6th in the N B. A. His first start for Billy Donovan was on January 20th. As hard as this is the first free throw. And on January 20th the thunder played the Rockets and pounded harden. And that was the start of really him becoming a presence of defense for this thunder, and in fact, they got rid of the two way gotta reported four year deal worth over $5 million for lewd or has that changed and well deserved, by the way proved to be Another good decision by Sam Presti Front office. I'm sure conjunction second free throw good splits the pair. Billy probably said hey, didn't have to go across the street plays blue. We could use a beer right here. Chesapeake. Driving is shrewder, scoring his shrewder on the lay and tied at 78 with two minutes to go in the third. If someone scores two points, see if you recognize the scores. Westbrook mid range off the glass from the left wing 80 to 78 Houston. That was our final last night in Game seven. We still have a minute 45 to go here in the third quarter could call PJ Oklahoma City. Tryingto retired, Take the lead shrewder at the top against Tucker hesitates Drive pass underneath to Noel scores and one tied at 80 and Noel can give Oklahoma City the lead. Good passed by Dennis Schroder. Tough shot Millions No. Well caught it behind the backboard on the left side. And he reached his left arm in from behind the board and spun it in really tough shot in the foul by PJ 1 33 to go here in the third quarter. Tied at 80. Curlin's Noel Set free throw is no good. Rebounded by Russell Westbrook. Westbrook left to right into the front court out on the right wing, picked up by Chris Paul Westbrook drives into the nail down the late extends the left arm and lays it in. Get back in the garden, Russell Westbrook, both doors and harden Sitting there rest for the last minutes half through gets deep passes out on top. Gildas Alexander, who walked with the basketball and that is turnover number 17 for Oklahoma City here in Game seven that Daniel House closed on him. Somebody made a good close shave guilders. Alexander that caused the shuffling feet believe it was Daniel House. 82 80 Rockets the lead in the ball one minute to go in the third. Russell Westbrook shovels to Gordon on top. Guarded by guiltless Alexander with long right arm in his face. Now work it left side to Westbrook. 70 suit Russell on the drive six in the corner. Jeff Greene for three buries it. Jeff Greene, another three, Houston by five. A late night, Russell was rookie J G was the second year player. In okay together by for six and three for three from distance for Jeff Green off the rocket bench. 39 seconds to go in the third. Okay, down five. Chris Paul zigzags left or right. He's got Jeff Green of the mismatch stops at the three point line since it's a shooter for three wide right that time they wanted to for one, but they didn't want that shot about five seconds. Difference on the shot clock in the third quarter clock is Mike D'Antoni puts up double stop side and take your time. Russell Westbrook from the left drives inside against Gildas Alexander kicks up top Gordon with five suit Gordon. The drive lost it office six seconds to go. Put another way. Chris Paul Paul stops at the free throw line Pops and Mrs rebounded by Westbrook will hang on to it and we got a five point game Houston leading headed to the fourth quarter. Well, I hate to say this, but okay, so he's probably where they don't mind being nobody's been better coming from behind. Trailing after 3 19 wins trailing after three, including twice in this Siri's wouldn't mind being a little closer if that shot had gone down. Houston 85 Oklahoma City.

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"noel canning" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"noel canning" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"Methane. What's time? We go back. We'll look at his two, thousand, sixteen, Seventeen, as one of the. Most impressive seasons in recent NBA history, especially considering like how smalley is and then just on paper. That was not a very talented team. Though I think they were the number one seat. Probably there weren't. He helped them very much so and. This is going to be a very sad to see his career ending because it's closer to that route as opposed What thirty right now, so he's. He's not exactly seeing the better days, so he will never unfortunately see the type of money that he was expecting at that point in time so. To sports happens like that demarcus cousins. You're seeing something similar I mean. Neuro Liens, Noel that is probably a Nerlens Noel. That's probably the one that I probably say is the most. Disadvantageous because we talk about all these players that are not weren't deserving. The twenty sixteen contract year to go ahead and all those big huge massive contracts think nerlens Noel turned down a seventy million dollar deal at the time. Yeah, and unfortunately. He had some injuries, but it's just never been able to go ahead and get anywhere near that standard anytime sense. That's a lot of money to lose I mean I guess so you never had it been. You can't miss it, but knowing that you. He dances to a beat to a different drummer because he's also the one in Dallas that got caught red handed it during halftime eating the hot dots had yes. So. Him Turning down that seventy million dollars, and unfortunately never getting anything close to that sense. Something that I'm sure. Hopefully doesn't think about it because I know I would, and I would regret it every day. He's time a clutch, so he can eventually ended up being a Laker. They went to a Laker as a big man. You can get these passes. Elliot's easy shots from the Brian with makes your value. Go Up, and then you can recoup some money so. It wouldn't shock me. The most. Clutch Lebron. A comment I think. I think it's this cool, but also think it's a tough predicament because. Rich Paul Lebron James have made the Lakers relevant so I feel like Jenny and robbed a kind of half to lake. Allow them to have a lot of say so in the organization which. Ma- how many guys on the roster guys now buttery six going on six Loris Brian. Call L. Poke Jr.. Deanne For talker, so that's six is off the top of my head. New Orleans and well if he comes to Lakers, that would be A. I. I, don't even see him. I see him as a less talented Javale McGee. You so that's. He retires maybe ticket spot but I. Don't get me started and. I mean we've said before. You can even make a case in say. Avail has played himself into a bigger deal. Yes, absolutely, it's just. Know he's actually a little bit older now, too. So that's what worry about with him when they're those knees have done so well for him as far as getting them that chance to go ahead and lead league or be eligible or be high up there as far as block, shots and defense and obviously be at such. A great thing for the Lakers and also the Golden State Warriors beforehand playing limited minutes because he knows his role. He knows what he needs to do he. He's not going to give you flack about whether or not. He's to play or not. He goes. He plays minutes. Does what he can, and he doesn't ask for very much more, so that's. That's the type of player unique coming off the bench or in his case spot minutes as a starter and. And I. think that's something that hopefully. A lot of these other players like Nerlens Noel. Can You understand what the role is going down the line when you're playing for these? NBA team saw I'm hoping that new. Orleans is going to go ahead and have a prosperous future I don't think it's going to be a seventy million dollars worth, and as we're seeing with some of these other cases where people you know, these players are turning this kind of money. Sometimes it's very head-scratching between you and I. I mean I mean I. Don't think something will understand because you put that type of money in front of my face. I'm taking it. Right away. Don't have an agent. That's telling me you can get more. I can get you more money I can get your money so. the money, but then you know there's. There's some gamble's paid off like I. Remember Jimmy Butler I think he turned down eighty. He ended up getting. I think he turned down fifty the he ended up getting eighty. I think Tristan Thompson did the same thing when he got his. Eighty seventy million dollar deal few years back, so it's worked out for some, and then obviously you gamble taken. and He. Gambled on with Self Kim. Struck out badly. It's true. This is true. Let's again. I'm talking to Rafeal Barlow from the NBA draft. Junkies got a check out what he's doing today at NBA. Draft CHUNKYS DOT com along with cousy, Killick, and also as well Joe Gomez. They're comprised the NBA draft. Chunky, so you've got to check out what they're doing today. An NBA draft junkies. Beforehand I'm out my friend two quick things. We're going to go ahead and hit Jonathan. Commingle I and is considered a high NBA draft prospect next year. So don't ask you this. He recently also decided to go ahead and forego the route of college basketball, seeing as how there possibly will not be any college. Basketball does fall. And decided to go the route of the G. League. Do you see this as the last or do you see this? As probably another in the line of individuals that will be making the same decision over the next few weeks. I don't think he'll be the last. I think as more questions begin to arise about. Sports Sin and just even the students going back to campus. I think some other guys will. Will take the money. I've expressed before I. Don't really fully understand this whole G. League, pathway program. especially if they're not going to play in competitive, Games. I'm under the impression. This is just my opinion I. don't have any Intel on, but his same slake. It's trying to gather. Intel on all the players, so for example if I give. To eighteen year olds. Anywhere from three to five hundred thousand dollars, and they live in L. A. and they train. They're going to have a bunch of free time and.

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"noel canning" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"noel canning" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"But I dress they don't worry she kept it up because she made sure that she took the shoulders and she like put them on the side of her arms. Yeah. I don't know what that was about I really off the shoulder dressy Angela, why are we doing this stopped trying to make it happen Oh my God. So she explains to the kids that she has to take this dress to Africa and then also tonight Julia. So Nigeria's not in Africa. No, and she says, I have to take this dress to Africa and Nigeria. Oh okay. Cool and then she reveals the most magical part of her wedding Noel. Can you just tell us a little bit about it tracy she talked to me aches out of Burger, King Crown for Michael the chaos well, I, mean it matches her crown that she's already wearing her crowd what I didn't understand about her crown was like the jewels in quotes they were. They were like dark. They were like black jewels. They're not wedding. Ask It wasn't a wedding queen crown. Okay. All right. Well, great. So now, she goes to the doctor for her and betrayal biopsy and she did something really cute. She tied her little tank top in the front. She's nothing if not fashionable oh she definitely is something. And we find out the cancer runs in her family and she hugs the doctor. Hello? The doctor was cringing the entire time. I know doctors not even nice. You know you know that you're going to be on a television. Show you're. Going to be someone who's going to be very dramatic and very trying to be silly and you have this straight face that you couldn't move. If you wanted to 'cause you're botox is like just over the funny. Her face really is made of stone. She's terrible if you brought me to a doctor like her I would run away the I would leave. Definitely. So Angeles screams very loud. So she's like, okay well, I guess I have to give you nitrous oxide. So this is nitrous oxide is laughing gas. But. You don't write actually laugh. It just makes you feel loopy, right?.

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"noel canning" Discussed on Story Time

Story Time

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"noel canning" Discussed on Story Time

"After shaking off the shock. He tosses the mitten stick aside and rises to his feet. The head of the Snowman sinks completely out of sight it wasn't holly eluded. I heard it really did with the ice still letting out loud angry pulps and freight train shrivels trills. Noel goes racing zigzags around the cracks and leaps into the snowbank just in time from the safety of solid ground. He watches As the last of the ice splits apart and falls like the open lid of a soup can into the murk he might have been here of his saved my life of a little girl. But he wasn't isn't no one had been around to see him and oh he'd saved was the twiggy Vis No man he realizes it must have been the one holly built and they must've list of just mistake either going the other way his muscles relaxed at the thought that she's probably already hung by now sitting snug and warm by the fire. But would you look at that. Get now that he's quote his breath and his coming back to town doesn't his chin a bit higher than before and he smiling a real smile a coup pots relief confidence and pride. I believe he would have saved tally after all if it was her but he didn't have to and it didn't matter matter if anyone saw or not something inside him had definitely changed. I can almost feel it as he stops neath me and stays out but my shining Goldstone I'm mandatory passes. And he's still there looking about at all my sparkling ornaments. He reaches up to put a hand on a low hanging nutcracker and then moves the head over to a red ribbon sprig of mistletoe. He plucks it from the branch and conceals it in his pocket and as he does the the Tolan Letter from Alia Haas sticking out falls to the ground but he's gone back in the direction of the like and the brightest housing town before he can realize is he dropped it. What do you say? We take a peek de Santa. It says I really want any toys for Christmas this year. Not that I don't appreciate all your gifts I do but I thought of something that would make me even happier this Christmas. We all know Noel can be naughty the at times but I think he's really nice at hot. Have you ever seen him playing in the snow by himself buried up to his waist. Of course you have you know everything thing. Maybe you and I could be a little naughty and break the rules this year. And you could give him my present instead thanked Santa sincerely Holly Tint. So Oh hot will mean isn't it. I Bet I know win. Noel is taking that missile tar. All Bet to that. It's not the last gift he he ever gifts this year all the next or for many many years to come. It's going to be a merry Christmas bikes and happy New Year while that was lovely. It's so nice that Holly noticed that Noel was playing these online and that she knew that even though sometimes he was a little bit naughty that he wasn't really a not passing and that he had a good contact. I think maybe we could probably learned on something from that and if we see someone playing by themselves at lunch or recess time at school maybe we could go play with them or maybe seeing as how. It's Christmas holidays here in Australia. All winter vacation for those of you up in the Northern Hemisphere. Maybe there's a kid in your class who you might not get invited to. Anybody's has to play over the Christmas holidays because some people think that their turn off your maybe they can. It'd be a bit frustrating. Sometimes maybe you could invite them to play at your house. We have had so many amazing reviews coming including the hot Wyoming one from Kiki. He is fourteen from Melbourne Australia and was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and anxiety. She says says she finds out podcast helpful at not to calm her down and help her get to sleep. She also loves that I write stories myself on requests. Thank you so much for your review key he. We are so very glad that we can help you out. And I also really enjoy writing stories for our patriots from their requests. It's lots it's not a fact also a quick shout out to safety from Sydney Australia Sam from the USA. Alva from India Catherine from Brooklyn New York Franklin from the USA so fi and lily from San Francisco Sydney from Toronto Mala and Oscar from New Zealand. Lind matteis and Marie Laure from Calgary Canada but originally from Sao Paulo Brazil. I said that right all Scott from us as well as Australia Alice and Leo from Bloomington and Alice from Alameda California. Thank you so much for listening guys Cenex time..

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"noel canning" Discussed on First Mondays

First Mondays

14:45 min | 2 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on First Mondays

"Now, and I think the previously our prior to this Matthew Whitaker Bockel a Justice had already raised some constitutional concerns with the F ERA is that right? That's right. So in a statutory case about who could sir. Serve both as acting and as the nominee under the federal vacancies reform act case, call southwest, general Justice Thomas had a separate opinion alone. No one else joined him where he's where he stated that the vacancies act as apply to a certain set of offices. The very top ones. The principal offices a would be unconstitutional. So Justice Thomas the cheese, standing alone. I think this might be helpful for some far listeners when we are thinking about the implications of this physician, and perhaps how comfortable we might be with it. Sue someone who is often with Justice Thomas Justice Scalia in a separate case. Noel canning about recess appointments had a different take right? So Justice Scalia wrote that congress can authorize acting officers to perform the duties associated with temporarily vacant office and has done that in one form or another since seventeen ninety two and we can talk more about historical practices around seventeen ninety two. But yes, Justice Thomas. Sanding alone. Okay. So just to our listeners understand the structure of the argument since you were alluding to principal officers. The constitutional argument goes something like well. The US constitution requires the president to appoint with the advice of consent of the Senate any officer who is a so called principal officer. The attorney general is the principal officer therefore appointing anyone attorney general requires advice and consent. And I think that there are maybe two versions of this argument for why the Whitaker appointment is unconstitutional. One is that the president can appoint someone as an acting principal officer if that person already holds a Senate confirmed position, and then the other is that naming an existing officer to a new acting position always requires an appointment. But no matter which version of that argument, you take the Whitaker argument or the Whitaker appointment would be unconstitutional. So I just thought it would be helpful to talk through some of the. Different kinds of constitutional arguments about why are not the Whitaker appointment might be constitutional. So we just flagged that principal officers generally required by some consent. So, of course, one argument for why the Whitaker appointment doesn't require advice and consent is that he's not a principal officer. He's an inferior officer whose appointments congress can vest in. The president alone courts of law or in the heads of the department. So how might we think about whether this acting attorney general is a principal officer or an inferior officer right to even you might say one distinction is between whether is the principal officer versus an inferior officer. But in the latest memo on Matt would occurs performing these duties, I don't want to call it an appointment, but Matt would occur taking on these duties temporarily is whether he's even an officer at all. So maybe start with that preliminary question. So what's an officer? We do have a recent case of Chia, which gave us a little bit more context. Officers though was pretty narrow sort of applying fray tag in the SEC J context, but we think of officers as exercising significant authority pursuant to the laws of the United States in a continuing permanent position. So one of the big arguments is that when you're serving. Temporary and acting capacity. You're not serving in a continuing and permanent position. So something about the time length that distinguishes distinguishes these categories that's interesting because I had I think I had seen that argument floated that maybe he's not even an inferior officer. I guess my intuition is how can it be that this person who serving as acting attorney general is in a less significant position is an employee rather than an officer. When someone at the SEC administrative law. Judges is an inferior officer. I agree with you. But it was interesting to note that in the earlier Elsey memo OMO, see talks about acting as inferior officers. But in the latest oil see memo on that would they leave open the question with her Matt would occurs an inferior officer or an employee and mardi Liederman and a few others are suggesting that may be is an employee. I think of. Of these acting in the very top position as inferior officers and the key for me is the temporary nature. That's helpful. So we have some case law that kind of defines what it means to be in fear officer versus a principal officer in one of those cases is the case that's been in the news or in public discussions recently, which is Morrison versus Olsen on the constitutionality of the independent counsel statute. And that case said while you consider a bunch of factors determining whether someone is an inferior versus a principal officer, including whether they are fireable at will. And you also consider the extent of their jurisdiction the length of their office and other factors. I think that the length of the office in particular here is something that cuts in favor of this acting appointment being an inferior officer. Are there other things about the appointment that might make it a an inferior officer? So I agree with that. I should note. I'm someone who believes that acting when they're serving in these top jobs temporarily are. Period. But on the other side, I do think there's a more recent case on the inferior versus principal distinction of the Edmund case, and that's a direction and supervision tests. And I do think under that test. If you're directed in supervised, a a by only the president does suggest you principal officer, even if acting temporarily in that would be the argument that an acting attorney general is still a principal officer. I think some other people have also questioned whether Morrison versus Olsen is still good law quote fake law in Adrian vermeil's terminology will let me say one thing though about the Morrison test so in free enterprise, which was about the peekaboo the public company accounting oversight board within the SEC where the court struck down a double for cause removal restrictions. There was awesome appointments clause question in that case, and the majority in that case did apply both Edmund end Morrison in terms of the factors to decide that once they removed the one level of remove ability. Restore. Actions with one level for 'cause that these peekaboo members who are earning more than the president of the United States much like a college football coach of the university president that these members of peekaboo are inferior officers and used both tests. I'm so glad to hear that you think free enterprise fund partially reflected Morrison versus Olsen because I make the same point to my students, which is they kind of gestured in the direction of how much is too much which sounds very much like the Morrison versus Allston undue interference test despite the majority's formless protestations to the contrary. So these are kind of like the textual doctrinal arguments but in figuring out where to slot. This acting appointment either for purposes of the constitutional tax doctrine, I think that one aspect that is very important here is considering past practice, specifically, how have we done acting appointments for the last two centuries? And I was hoping that as the F the RA expert, you could tell us. A little bit about how long these appointments have been done or what earlier versions of the F ERA kind of had stewing. Yeah. Su super mini regionalists would go back to the earliest, practices and Justice Scalia. Noel canning talked about we've had these vacancies acts since seventeen ninety two. So if you go back to the vacancies act, a seventeen ninety two there was no limit on who could serve in these very top positions. You could be someone who was not a Senate confirmed. So that's kind of an interesting part. And then interestingly in the seventeen ninety two statute there were time limits placed on the service. No, it is true. Three years later in seventeen ninety five. We got some time limits to be six months, and then in eighteen sixty eight you had to be a Senate confirmed person, and the the the time limits have kind of shifted over time. So we we started with no time limits than we went to six months than we kinda went down actually to thirty days and then back up to one hundred twenty. As a net. How actually with nineteen ninety eight act the timeline. It's our vast. I actually think could be problematic. I don't think there yet problematic in that Whitaker case, especially since we have an announcement of a nomination. But in terms of what the statute permits is that someone could serve in an acting capacity in these very top odds for a very long time. So you get two hundred ten days, then if so long as there's a nomination, pending. You gotta serve during the pendency of that nomination. If that nomination fails either it's voted down or much more often. What happens is returned right? Loretta Lynch's nomination for attorney general was returned and she had to be re nominated in the latter part of the Obama administration. You get your serve during the second nomination while it's pending, and if that nomination to fails, meaning most likely being returned to the White House, there's a final two hundred ten days, so you can serve close to two years in the very top of positions. Now, I'm doing some empirical work that I'm a about to to to put out a for public consumption that looks at the tenures of principal officers who are confirmed so people who actually were confirmed to to being attorney general versus those who served in an acting capacity in these in the top principal offices. And we do the average is no one is coming anywhere close to the time limits permitted by the vacancies act in these very top positions. That's not true. I should say a for inferior officers. There are some positions where we've had incredibly long-serving acting z-. But when it looks at principal offices in my imperial work. The tenures are much much shorter should well under six months actually, a for the average. So we we actually have people in the very top positions in achy capacity serving quite short period. Words of time. And do you think that's just because presidents are focusing more on the appointments of principal officers, putting less political capital or attention into the appointment of inferior officers or is it. Yeah. I I think that's true. I think that the Senate takes those nominations more seriously, I should say in those drawn just to give a couple of examples, we do have periods that do go, you know, more than a few days now often this happens at the start of ministration. So at the start of President Trump's administration, Adam Zubin who is a senior careers, and you had not been confirmed a served as acting Treasury Secretary for about a month and Tillman Newton was confirmed. And then longer example was although the president announced sunny produce nomination the nomination wasn't actually formally submitted to the Senate until March. It was something I was tweeting about basically silence I think, but he was finally formally submitted in March, but he didn't actually get confirmed. Until late April. And so we had Mike young who's a careerist at the culture department a survey. That's really helpful. I think that the early practice about temporary appointments are also very helpful in thinking about how should think about the constitutional texts and doctrine because a quote that's been kind of making the rounds in both the briefing in public commentary about the Whitaker appointment is this quote from Alexander Hamilton's, which who said that the purpose of the appointments clause was to provide a check upon the spirit of favoritism in the president and prevent the appointment of unfit characters. And I think people like to see on anguish, they will not be Whitaker's, clearly unfit character. And it might be that he is. But the reason why he's unfit. I don't think it's that it's because he didn't have a Senate confirmed position before he was named act, and I think also relevant to the historical practice. That is how we think about the way that our constitutional system has thought about acting appointments for the last two hundred years is. What the implications today would be if we accepted the Justice Thomas position and some of the challenges position, which is that it's never okay to have non Senate confirmed acting in principle offices offices that would otherwise be principal. And a guess my question is how how many other statutes might this argument reach or how many other appointments, you might this implicate rates going back to the Dodd Frank provision. Dare the deputy director one mechanism for filling in when the director is available or absent the w drector shops be the acting director. But the deputy director of the cfpb PB is not Senate confirmed. So that would be a problem. My larger concern is when a ministrations turnover, and the appointments process is dysfunctional, and that's not unique to President Trump. And so at the start of an administration it takes time to ta-. Get people in place, even the very top people in place. And so yes, you could rely on Senate confirmed people, but those are going to be Senate confirmed people at the outgoing administration, and if party control is changing as it often does when White House personnel when the the president changes that would be incredibly hard. You could see why president might want her own a people and here to draw from the senior career ranks now I would favor I should say a amending the vacancies act. So that these senior career that could step in in in this temporary capacity are really careerist as opposed to political people who've been in the agency for just three months. Matthew Whitaker had been there for only a short period of time met the statutory requirement. And so you could see amending the vacancies act to say will you have to have spent at least two years in the agency and be paid at. A sufficiently high level to step in. So there's the the start of the ministrations, especially when party control changes. You're

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"noel canning" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"noel canning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You wanna spend i said it's not really about the amount is about the bang for the buck but i had a a figure in mind and he did as boosts that were in within my price range first i try to cheap out and get some really didn't fit that happens a lot with boots really didn't fit i tried mentally to make them fit they didn't i bought them at walked out at walked probably three hundred yards to get something to eat realized this was a mistake i took a back and said hey noel can we put whatever i paid for these boots towards better boots he said yeah absolutely so there was some fancy ones osk ostrichskin boots that were from the 70s by a maker named rios of mercedes two wellknown maker he even had he had a book actually that showed rios of mercedes person and i don't know that kinda convinced me that that they were real one they're worth the money and i do love the ostrich because it is very soften easily conforms to your foot so they fit like a foot gov thing is he wanted cash i didn't have it he said well you know there's a atm just down the road you know just coupled blocks this way couple blocks that way it was a mile so i am i walked all the way to get cash all the way back took an hour had bought the boots but you know what they were totally worth it i'm wearing them now thrilled to be wearing them my feet excess happy happy happy good thing good purchase good relationship with his guy now i'll go back at the route two so good that when they wear i i will mail them back to him to be heels and sold so job one went very well job two was to try to find something to eat south congress you'll hear about it rail ask about austin when you look at aprases south congress don't even bother to go there waste of time just a bunch of hipster coffee joints and rip off both places everything's to cute as one by their one club of the continental which is a very very good place but there are there are others you really don't need to go there it can if you like let's take a break and i will take you to.

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"noel canning" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"There are there's some names is not a great class i got to be honest with you it's not nerlens noel i like him right he's the un's restricted free agent at the end of the season he's not command a huge amount of money correct all wilson chandler pretty good scores still good defender he's not on demand a huge amount of money so what i'm saying is is that you can get those long lanky defence type of player as we talked about who can also score who are not going to cook soak up or suck up so much of the salary cap so you'd rather have a noor liens know well and a shooter as apoe with paul george and the rose the demarcus cousins just dishing more flexibility under the not it it potentially yet clint cappella is also available he's not he's the perfect model right aford mara unless you think nerlens noel can be clint cappella i mean we don't know right notice the well clearly was more touted coming out of school a but klinka cappella has been utilized the way that you want it utilizes center in the modern in which you try to bring trevor reza burke trevor reza he's unrestricted free agent there's just not row a lot of space for him if you have paul george and you have calculus ma well not if you ever who's by george and brandon ingram like where you playing him like he's coming off the bench he's not gonna want do that not i don't want to do that yeah so i just think that rodney hood is a guys a nice sixman type binding austin rivers is available.

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"noel canning" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on The NBA Show

"And the charkes went to the mouths game on saturday night and he got his quote has piece of posted yesterday sunday from rick carlisle luck minutes have to be earned at this point if it's of gene humans lock measury flaws earned the minutes there's no dog house here there just isn't it's pretty simple you compete if you earn minutes you get minutes and if you've got to compete to keep them because it's a competitive situation cuts competitive soon don't say so real or not real that it's actually about minute cernan that rick carlisle doesn't actually hate known as the well for me recoil hates nerlens noel he's clearly pissed off about what happened look neurons i i saw them when they were in town i talk to neurons about it i know him from when he was a the sixers he tried to be a good company dude about it but there's obviously some friction there newens made a mistake i like new orleans i think he's got a really good game he had a four year seventy million dollar offer on the table any better on himself he pat poorly he really did bat poorly i think the thing i believe the least says that there's no doubt cast of course is the dog house in addis and he's he's fees redecorate he's there said along are any he has decorated and then climbed underneath dug underneath the dog house and now he's renovating the sub basement to the dog house juliette six minutes versus the wizards two minutes in this past game against okc he caught a dnp c d against the cavs it could not be more glaring if recall i'll put it up and lights i don't like you nerlens noel no as well as the dallas mavericks have two wins tale they played fourteen games at that staff you're telling me that nerlens noel can help you on the floor of course he can there's obviously something going on here i'm dying to noted at it's also like two things one i guess the matter tang and that's fine i feel like there can't be happy with what is presumably his last season at us it's like heart to watch dark now it's not fun not writing off into the sunset now unless it's on a jazzy scooter 'cause he does not move well i now and he.

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"noel canning" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"The 6 o'clock hour yesterday that i guess during shootaround he was experience him swelling in his knee the water in the knee so they held him out they're gonna hold him out again tonight i don't even think he made the trip to houston such a bomber you know because you know this is going to be a rough season you just you know high hopes you can have all high hopes you want you can be a rough seas so you wanna see bright spots and one of the biggest bright spots of all is dennis mitchell near so him not playing last night tonight is abundant yeah and the fact that he's already having some problems with that surgically repaired me that's a little bit concerning an yeah you're right i mean you want to talk about a guy that's going to get in seats the american airlines sinner amine dirk still does it but a lot of the major milestones kind of in the past now for dirk after the thirty thousand last year many people still want to get out and see dirk and see what nerlens noel can do and harrison barnes can do but i mean this smith he's going to be the guy that over the next five ten years is is these going to be the guy for dallas and to have him already kind of heavens from the issues it's it's concerning and i think he's going to be fine it's just one of those things that happens if you have if you're an athlete of his caliber you're going to have some knee problems are going to have some hip problems you're going to have some elbow problem columns it's just it's part of playing professional sports but i hate to see it happening already and it's been amazing going into the season if you listen to the station for any amount of time over the last week or so we basically we've been running all those maverick spots the live spots with the hosts and and you know they they build though those bullet points and one of the biggest ballpoints they want to get out there is the dentist myth as a rookie of the year candidate they are not shying away from the hype and a lot of times they will do that but man we.

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"noel canning" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

"Case where the interpreted the recess appointment power the national labor relations board or the nlrb as a federal agency that has the job of investigating and ruling on unfair labor practices both president george w bush and president obama had a really hard time getting the senate to act and their nominees to the nlrb which moved at times the board it did not have enough people audit they're supposed to have five to get anything done normally the senate takes a break in late december in two thousand eleven the senate decided it would go on break but it would schedule a bunch of these pro forma sessions from late december until early january when it would get back to regular business remember these pro forma sessions are just for show and in fact this time the senate adopted a unanimous agreement that new business would be conducted during them there was no point to them president obama's response to this was basically you guys are in recess and on january forth between one proforma session in another president obama used his recess appointment power to fill three empty spots on the nlrb so the question became was this in okay use of the president's constitutional authority in the two thousand and fourteen case of and all our be versus noel canning the supreme court said now and ruled against the president it's a long opinions i'm just going to point out what's relevant here the supreme court said yes the president has the power to make appointments by himself when the senate's in recess and this applies to any kind of recess the congress has between sessions are in the middle of the session but a recess that counts for the purposes of this power normally has to be at least ten days the court relied on history and part to come up with this number so that break during which obama put his recess appointees n was shorter than that so they didn't count.

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"noel canning" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on WCTC

"Hip digestion personally i think nine behaviors merely conducive to double why why did you come winner you are going to call on beard the weird perhaps be wrong talk the dr angle there is no common noone i was one where the correct on criminal burqa i read an article in the current medical bulletin referring to be empty i get to meet demand with sarah are you a woman moving managing but you can told me why are you calling on it might walking around your cracker universe nights woman noel can understand why women one the doctor anyway i'm on the committee for collecting and broke repressive on his retirement she was one of his nominees herzog can come you were looking at crowd up come on what lau in dr what evening gentlemen good evening what's wrong murder broke wrong make your own murder come on what we conduct a porta them not i gentleman very well dressed man lying in a pool of blood welldressed all right when we pounding at are not shahnyin night it came through the third but denied garnishment drones eat dr mazda consulting rooms on the second floor after being did he came out of the door and then kept down the peyton what romped to note three fivepound note they went tech nor would they know what can you we've been able to make your inspector of it only one doctor just been talking with the nurse or what he did napn enemy in the world know robbery no apparent motive they lose ground provoking program oh come on some women were burnt you you munich you're gonna leave wipo the be k k hero not thrown off you can you give me a bit about know lethargic no concern of mine and yard would own work for once come on what can the doctor we're interested in my and okay.

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"noel canning" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Them two part question one is kevin care mired the best player on the rays and two is that a good thing yeah i mean i would say to get some though he was like a game like it the in that order respectively yeah oh bit linger he loses his return declare in eighteen really and a lot of ways you have like up but sort of player that it the reins are going to get back in but they need to score i'm not i got thank at the guy that they you know identified him develop been you know worked noel can build a game that the skills but he has to minimize you know the other issues in it it should that like again like that that guy third you all third or fourth and a lineup that you know just because of the bump in thought and to limit asian like that the idea about being you know neagle your most valuable player okay i like objective week and you know sort of morales and arguably are most valuable player like that seems to be marvin issue and rotation is set to bright spot here it's very bright orrick has the potential to be very braden jose daily on the big offseason acquisition might not even make at least to to start the season so how many of these guys do you think will actually last the season with the rays and out how good do you think this group has the potential to be very good and i would no you know how long in the early everybody's going to last it seems like they can turn they had already over one of the concerns beyond obviously making nfl myself but it reading something really depressing about a team in one position play out doesn't mean one but look at their we come on the money like you know everything up interpret considered you know.

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"noel canning" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

02:12 min | 5 years ago

"noel canning" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

"Jeff of feel arizona he just thanks for the sixers xm what's up to hey down how are you doing i'm well i wanted to call a and is the affordable care act made my life and they've been out there my employer he and i like noel can kirk and now i was guiding as with and and and thank god pretty of courtnall care act impression obama i'm here to call in your show okay one of but in applied for my thanks but age i started after my experienced many years ago and it's called of obama care spread my life to keep going fate but could bed like my page that to be great and i also wanted to talk about your earlier callers talking about they're business is and how great the affordable care act that's goal entrepreneur myself and you know being a cancer survivor with the yeah boyce now you know what it takes him carried it remained not only but other under for norris throughout the united states it be able to our own out for sure it was a allows you to do and prior to the see a health insurance companies are simply refused to could simply refused to ensure people who would have for example an ad cancer right and they pay repeal ranked regardless of whether you can sell whatever skein winder not you know al clincher is going to want to ensure a break cancer survivor or a cancer survivor like myself though you know the election it down looked like a like in a bad guy he threw a shame yeah it i don't i don't there are falcon going that's throughout the country are not injured that can yeah it's just sanders dc a has been so so vilified in damon eyes by the republicans purely for political gain it's it's the in and not no consideration whatsoever about the lives of americans it is just grinding you know.

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