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Summer Stargazing Special

Astronomy Cast

02:12 min | 6 d ago

Summer Stargazing Special

"Time once again for to be has to go on hiatus. You've got a couple of months on your own to explore the night sky, but before we say goodbye. We'd like to make a few suggestions. And I think it's important that we are going to have a totally northern hemisphere. Perspective here. Sorry. We're sorry, but we. We live in the northern summer. Is the Warburg time in our minds? July August that's when the heat arrives for the folks in Australia These Zealand. South Africa South America, we understand that these recommendations will not be quite as relevant, but we'll try to make the change what things you can enjoy as well. Nights with your longer nights. Yeah, many of the objects you see the same fix, but it's just it's colder. It's not it's not. It's not as fun to go outside and hang out. What can people see this summer? I think the most important thing to go out and try, and do is just observe our milky. Way Find Yourself a Hammock Alon Chair someway to dislike back and relax. Use Your binoculars borrow someone else's binoculars if you don't have any. And just explore that band of light that goes through. Is the summer triangle, which is AL, Tair Vega and the NAB. Really will help you find well. One of the cooler regions. Angle. Well we have the Ring Nebula not too far away from Vega. cygnus is home of Algeria which is one of the coolest double stars in the sky with one extremely red. Star in one extremely blue star that become visible with. Maser. Just just explore as starting point make no plans sub to figure out where the Milky Way is and just scandal lawn along looking for faint fuzzies,

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Fresh update on "northern hemisphere" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:08 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "northern hemisphere" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Is a little less than four point to a you away with Saturn at nine a year distance from Earth to the sun isn't constant. Over the course of a year. It varies by about 1.5% in either direction. Yesterday, For example, we were farthest from the sun for the entire year. 1.17? You today we're moving back toward the sun will be closest to our star on January 2nd during the dead of winter in the Northern Hemisphere. The change in distance does little to change Earth's overall temperature, though the air and oceans distribute heat around the entire planet, no matter how far we.

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Observing The Moon

Astronomy Cast

05:29 min | Last week

Observing The Moon

"I'm prisoner. Cain publisher of university with me as always as Dr Pamela Gay, a senior scientist for the planetary. Science Institute and the Director of Quest. How you doing. I'm doing well. How are you doing this fine night before summer? Solstice I know it's. I've got to say we've been doing the virtual star parties, even having to go later and later and later we have start at nine o'clock. It's going to be nice that that the that nighttime comes earlier now. We'll talk a bit about this next week a bit about about. The things we've able to see in the in the nice warm summer, nighttime sky in the Northern Hemisphere. But as you probably know, this is going to be our our penultimate episode for season. Would we bath beforehand? What did we say season fourteen? We think it seems to work we. We think we're on season fourteen of astronomy cast. So we start up again in September. Typically we used to start with whatever interview Pamela would do at Dragon Con, but I don't think that's going to be happening this year. Not so much so much, so we will, but yeah, we will be picking up again in two months so this episode next week's episode, and then we start back up. But one I just want to promote. If you haven't already is, you should sign up to my weekly email newsletter. That I write every week. In fact, I'm in the midst of writing it right now. I send it out on Friday, mornings. And it is. Got Twelve to twenty stories in it links to dozens of other interesting stories. Great Pictures Astro photography. It is a one stop shop for every piece of Space News. That's happened this week that I. Find Interesting, so you should go to universe today. Dot Com slash newsletter to sign up. It's totally free. There's no ads. It's just. Fraser's. musings on what's happening in space and astronomy. It's awesome you wanted. And when he calls into this letter, he's lying. It's more like a magazine. It's amazing a lot. It's a novella. Each one is about yeah. I'd probably say it's about fifteen thousand words that I. write once a week, yeah! That right. No, not that many words five thousand, probably five thousand words alright. As amateur astronomers, we curse the moon every month. seriously. Why doesn't someone get rid of that thing? This week something occurred to us. What if we actually pointed telescopes at the Boone? What would we see? Yeah, we I hate them. Does Because half of the month for goodly portions. You, look up at the moon and there's you look up at the sky and all you see. Is The sky glowing because of the stupid moon? But the pick your crimes better. Yeah, exactly picnic only yeah, only look at space for two weeks when the Moon is below the horizon the times when it's not raining here on the west coast which face it. That's all the time. Yeah Yeah. Pick your times better. So let's look at the blue so. The the

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Coronavirus dampens Stonehenge solstice celebrations

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coronavirus dampens Stonehenge solstice celebrations

"The corona virus pandemic has prevented druids pagans and party goes from watching the sunrise at Stonehenge to mark the summer solstice this year the ancient stone circle in southwestern England usually draws thousands of people to mark the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere the Britain has banned mass gatherings as part of measures to contain the spread of covert nineteen English heritage instead live stream the sunrise which was watched by more than three point six million people Stonehenge is believed to be more than four and a half thousand years old and is known for its alignment with movements of the sun services London

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Coronavirus dampens Stonehenge solstice celebrations

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coronavirus dampens Stonehenge solstice celebrations

"The corona virus pandemic has prevented druids pagans and party goes from watching the sunrise at Stonehenge to mark the summer solstice this year the ancient stone circle in southwestern England usually draws thousands of people to mark the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere the Britain has banned mass gatherings as part of measures to contain the spread of covert nineteen English heritage instead live stream the sunrise which was watched by more than three point six million people Stonehenge is believed to be more than four and a half thousand years old and is known for its alignment with movements of the sun services London

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The northern hemisphere tomorrow it's the summer solstice when the sun stands farthest north for the entire year the solstice also brings the year's longest day in centuries long past the sky watchers of many cultures watch the solstice from special observatories some of those observatories were circles of stone the most famous Stonehenge in England but circles of smaller stones were also found in the Americas one of the most ancient stone observatories was built in southern Egypt at a site called not to it was used at least sixty five hundred years ago and perhaps even earlier many centuries before stone anthropologist discovered the site in nineteen seventy four studies in the nineteen nineties confirmed that nafta probably served in astronomical purpose among other artifacts the site contains a twelve foot wide circle of small stones two pairs of stone stand across the circle from each other looking through the gaps between each pair reveals the point where the sun rose on the summer solstice thousands of years ago this alignment was important to the people of nafta because monsoons brought a few inches of rain to the region soon after the solstice over the centuries though the range dried up and not to was a band with the people of not to may have left a legacy their culture may have helped stimulate the formation of Egypt's old kingdom the beginning of the culture that.

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Is It Safe to Swim During the COVID-19 Outbreak?

BrainStuff

02:52 min | Last month

Is It Safe to Swim During the COVID-19 Outbreak?

"Hey, brain steph lauren bomb here. With summer fast approaching here in the northern hemisphere and government easing corona virus lockdowns. Many people are longing for days by the pool, but social distancing recommendation still remain, so is swimming in public pools or lounging on the deck especially if they're packed with strangers, safe these centers for Disease Control, and prevention or CDC, says quote. There is no evidence that covid nineteen can spread through the water used in pools, hot tubs, or water playgrounds, additionally proper operation of these aquatic venues and disinfection. Disinfection of the water with chlorine or bromine should inactivate the virus that means that the normal correct use of and disinfection of these spaces should kill the corona virus that causes covid nineteen, and that goes whether it's a chlorine or a saltwater pool, which is great news, but swimming in the pool isn't the whole story when it comes to diving into summer fun. Public pools are public spaces, so social distancing practices are still necessary. So what does a safe public pool look like? Hopefully the pool or aquatic venue you visit, we'll be following CDC guidelines for these types of settings. These recommendations include frequent cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces, maintaining good ventilation of indoor areas, spacing, the seating and standing areas, so that visitors can stay six feet or two meters, apart, marking lanes areas in the pool, and limiting or discouraging the use of shared items like goggles and kick boards, signing or regular announcements by staff, reminding visitors about safe. Safe. Practices is a good indication that the public pool or water venue is a cove nineteen safety a priority. This holds true for apartment, complexes, city, pools, and water theme parks alike, for example, although six flags Whitewater in Marietta, Georgia near this podcast homebase remains closed as of this recording, the park has created and shared. It's health and safety reopening plan which had developed in coordination with epidemiologists. The plan includes requiring guests and T members. Members wear masks and temperature checks for both groups, when and if your local pools do open heading to the pool, just like visiting any other space indoors or outdoors requires the practice of safe behaviors for starters, anyone who's shown symptoms of Covid nineteen tested positive for Covid, nineteen or been exposed to someone with covid

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Great Comet of 1861 discovered - May 13, 1861

This Day in History Class

03:21 min | Last month

Great Comet of 1861 discovered - May 13, 1861

"Was made thirteenth eighteen. Sixty one Australian amateur astronomer. John Tebbit Observed Great Comet of Eighteen. Sixty line the comment was visible to the naked eye for about three months and it was visible through telescopes until eighteen. Sixty two John. It was born in in Windsor New South Wales and his father was a farmer. He developed an interest in astronomy early on thanks to conversations with his tutor at work and articles that he read by Astronomer John Russell Hind in eighteen fifty. Three Tebbit bought Marine sextant. He also had a clock with a seconds pendulum that regulated by making celestial observations and he had a small telescope over the next few years he acquired more instruments this first astronomical publication in the Sydney Morning Herald in eighteen fifty four when comments appeared. Tebbit would calculate their orbit. A comment isn't icy body in space that releases gas as it passes near the son in eighteen fifty eight. He observed Donizetti's comment in Australian Sky Timid also observed phenomena like meteors planets and variable stars between eighteen fifty four and eighteen sixty two. He published thirty four pieces in the Herald eighteen. Sixty the government astronomer William Scott and bite it Tebbit to work at the Sydney Observatory Turned down the request on May thirteenth eighteen. Sixty one tebbit was thirteen. The skies for comets. There is marine telescope. He saw a nebulous. Object Mir a star in the constellation a readiness. He decided to keep observing object. Tubby sent a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald announcing his discovery of the great comet of eighteen sixty one and it was published in the paper on May twenty fifth his twenty seventh birthday in it. He said the following while engaged. In examining the heavens with a small telescope. On the evening of Monday the thirteenth instant nebulous star of about the fifth magnitude in the Constellation. Our readiness attracted my attention. It was then a distant a few minutes of a decree from thirteen sixteen of the catalog. A star of the sixth magnitude. Finding there was no nebulous star in the catalog in the same position. I immediately conjectured. It must be comet. He went on to say that he realized the comet had moved half decree and that he had told William Scott about his observation announcement incited a considerable amount of public excitement and responses. Tebbit continued making observations on the comic for weeks. The comet became visible in the Northern Hemisphere. In late June earth passed through the comments tail causing meteor showers. It remained visible to the I for around three months but it stayed visible through a telescope for several more months. The comment is formally designated C eighteen. Sixty one J one and hundred sixty one to the term. Great Comet isn't an official designation but it typically describes comment that is extremely bright as most comments are not visible to the naked eye. And even when they are they're often fuzzy fate tebbit built his own small observatory and continue to publish his observations. The Great Comet is expected to return and the twenty third century

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Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

"English heritage which looks after the four thousand five hundred years old Stonehenge says the famous summer solstice event cannot go ahead this year but it turns out there is a way of getting them off the rule the crew the virus pandemic the scuttled the solstice celebrations at Stonehenge the highlight of the year for thousands of British pagans druids and assorted revelers who gather to watch the sun rise behind the neolithic monument in southwest England on the northern hemisphere's longest day of the year but the good news is English heritage says it will stream the sunrise event online on this office June twenty first Stonehenge world heritage site is known for its alignment with the movements of the sun Charles Dillon has not learned

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Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

"Recruiter virus pandemic the scuttled the solstice celebrations at Stonehenge the highlight of the year for thousands of British pagans druids and assorted revelers who gather to watch the sun rise behind the neolithic monument in southwest England on the northern hemisphere's longest day of the year but the good news is English heritage says it will stream the sunrise event online on this office June twenty first Stonehenge world heritage site is known for its alignment with the movements of the song Charles the last month London

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Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

"Recruiter virus pandemic the scuttled the solstice celebrations at Stonehenge the highlight of the year for thousands of British pagans druids and assorted revelers who gather to watch the sun rise behind the neolithic monument in southwest England on the northern hemisphere's longest day of the year but the good news is English heritage says it will stream the sunrise event online on this office June twenty first Stonehenge world heritage site is known for its alignment with the movements of the song Charles the last month London

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Why Arctic permafrost thawing matters

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Why Arctic permafrost thawing matters

"If you leave frozen foods sitting out on the counter for too long it starts to thaw and it will eventually rot. The same goes for plant and animal remains that have long been trapped in frozen Arctic. Soil called Permafrost. Brendan Kelly Directs. A collaborative program called the study of Environmental Arctic. Change a quarter of the land in the northern hemisphere are underlain by permafrost ground. That's perpetually frozen has been in many cases for thousands of years that permafrost stores in enormous amount of carbon because it holds so much organic matter but as the climate warms. Some permafrost is starting to thaw that ground thaws all of a sudden microorganisms become active and they degrade that plant matter that animal matter in the soil and in that degradation process it releases carbon dioxide and methane into the atmosphere that speeds up global warming which could cause even more permafrost thaw accelerating the dangerous cycle. Kelly says it's just one example of how the Arctic can affect the global climate the Arctic is seemingly to a lot of people's mind is just the distant not very consequential part of the world but it turns out it's hugely consequential.

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Healthcare Spotlight: Marie Colinet

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:13 min | 2 months ago

Healthcare Spotlight: Marie Colinet

"Maria stood out to me as a great example of a woman who succeeded despite the fact that society posed so many obstacles and in the process she thought outside. The box broke the mold and save lives. She came up with Sir really creative solutions this episode originally aired in September but just like lots of modern healthcare workers. Marie often doesn't get the credit. She deserves so she's perfect. Figure to highlight again in honor of the many people putting their lives on the line for us today during the Cova. Nineteen pandemic now. Here's host Jenny Kaplan to tell you all about Morocco high from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Romantika case you're just in welcome. Here's the deal every weekday for a year. We're taking five minutes to tell the stories of women from throughout history and around the world who you may not know about but definitely should each month is themed and this month as kids around the world or at least in the northern hemisphere head back to school. We're talking about stem inist at that. I mean women who did incredible things in the fields of science technology engineering or math. Today we're heading back to sixteenth century. Europe are seminar improved childbirth methods and was an incredibly talented surgeon. Let's talk about Marie Colonna. Marie was born in Geneva. Switzerland in fifteen sixty. Her father was a printer growing up. Marie wanted to become a midwife. She was interested in the field of medicine from an early age and sixteenth century woman. That was her only option for practicing medicine on July. Twenty fifth fifteen eighty seven. Maria married Wilhelm fabry. A brilliant surgeon often called the father German surgery. We'll homeless the top German surgeon of his and he taught me how to perform in the operating room. He said the student quickly outpaced master. Marie showed natural talent and surgery at a time when it was unthinkable for a woman to take part in session important masculine endeavor. The couple traveled and worked in Switzerland Holland and the Rhineland before settling in Bern during this period Marine Wilhelm had eight children though only one outlived their mother. Marie treated many patients on her own. And by her husband's side she regularly assisted her husband and performing minor surgeries. She pioneered the modern caesarian section which employed a new more medically sound method. Prior to Murray's work c-section techniques hadn't changed since the time of Julius Caesar. Marie also invented the practice of using heat for dilating and stimulating. The uterus childbirth that not only increased the ease of childbirth also lowered the risk of certain complications. It's important to note that childbirth is very dangerous proposition at the time. In addition to being an obstetrician Marie was well known for a new form of Treatment. In one particularly notable case in sixteen twenty four a patient had a piece of metal in his. I wilhelm had attempted to remove it and failed. Marie succeeded using a magnet ingenious noninvasive technique. That still practiced today. The will gave Marie full credit for her actions. He's often cited as the techniques inventor that unfortunately it happened to Maria. Walk on another case. Marie treated a man with two shattered rips by opening his chest and resetting the bones with wire she closed dressed the wound with herbal plasters. That effectively deterred infection. We'll Detailed the case in his medical writings and said Maria was the inventor of the treatment. Method still will often gets the credit. Marie went onto write two books before we'll home passed away after his death. Her whereabouts are relatively unknown. She died in sixteen forty. At the age of eighty Marie colonies insights forever. Change the science of delivering babies and her. Ill invalidated the view. That women didn't belong in

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"The more temperate latitudes up and keeps the winter warm across most of the Northern Hemisphere. And that's what happened this year. The Arctic Association was particularly strong towards the high pressure in the tropics this year which led to a really warm winter. And the the question. It'll be on a lot of people's minds as what role. Climate change is playing in this climate. Change really made this winter possible. It's not clear to researchers quite how it's affecting the Arctic Association. People used to think a few years ago that it would make it more likely that cold air would come down from the polls during the winter and now they think it's the opposite but moreover global warming is making warmer winters possible by just raising the temperature on everything so in nineteen fifty a winter. This warm basically couldn't occur. The chances are incalculably small whereas by this year it was about one in eleven chance that we'd have a winter this warm by mid century. It could be a standard winter or even slightly cold one as some people might say that. It's actually not bad thing to have a warmer winter me given the choice between Owen tripp minus thirteen winter minus two and what might be. Most people would choose. What are the benefits and costs of this well? It does have benefits? Certainly warmer weather helps to reduce heating bills and it cuts down on flu season. But there are downsides. As well the warmer winters are usually wetter which can risk floods and the change in rain and snowfall patterns can also affect the snowpacks that feed rivers irrigation systems and lead them to dry up and also without hard frost where it gets down below two or three degrees below zero. A lot of pass can survive the winter and go on to multiply and be more aggressive in attacking crops the next year so a warm winter like this can mean of Cour- harvest the next summer. It's quite dramatic and quite scary Big numbers Thanks.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Time for another innovator to talk. The scientific game show that separates the wows from low. Now Begin today's round. Let's pick up where we left off yesterday. We gave you three scientific facts about weather and challenged you to guess. Which one was the one true well was? It is all snowflakes. Have Eight Sides Four. Was it takes roughly two minutes for a raindrop to hit the ground. After forming or was it see most tornadoes in the northern hemisphere spin clockwise and answer yesterday's question. Please welcome by phone Brady from Illinois. Time Indian guy. Ross my name is grady. I'm for Shipping Illinois. And my well is that it takes two minutes for a raindrop. Kids grown after storming. Can Reggie come over our house? Deuce for Dinner Rabi that is correct and there. You have it wiser if you guessed. The answer is B that it takes roughly two minutes for a raindrop to hit the ground. After forming you found the winning well well smaller raindrops take a little longer to hit the ground and bigger raindrops take less time to hit the ground. The average-sized raindrop takes about two minutes to make its way from a rain. Cloud twenty five hundred feet for seven hundred sixty meters to fall all the way down to us. Now if you pick a OR C. Don't worry you were still quote. It turns out. Snowflakes actually have six sides and tornadoes in the Northern Hemisphere. Almost always spin counterclockwise. While tornadoes in the southern hemisphere usually spin clockwise. It's because of a natural force called the coriolis effect Iraq time to tell our winning Hauser's and what they want mindy all of our winning Weiser's we'll be taking.

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Ripple Races While Bitcoin Builds

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:10 min | 3 months ago

Ripple Races While Bitcoin Builds

"What's going on in the markets? Well let me just tell you this shot now yesterday. Let Me Tell. You about Sarah. Yesterday I was Mr Kane shots families. Bright bitcoin breakout tries to a three or four. There was setting up a white white wanted. A out of the work or did this did that. I was doing this thing then. Went right up of mental health. Cut Off Thomas usually like full thirty five o'clock I gotta get out of the House of the mind. I'll just jump in the car and I drive drive down abundant and sit in the car and look at the beach and often. I'll just sit there and listen to radio program that I like to listen to on the news and yet just psych up inside of the car Ima quarantines behind still a bit of a ton and as it turned out yesterday the tried that had a stall pretty much triggered and look back on my hip on. We're GONNA have ended always happens and Monterey obeyed so close to the level pretty much all day and then all of a sudden it went through then. There was a boost up so pulled bucket for cradle white for cradle. That's what I want. I want to get a cradle. And Lo and behold the the booster went one to one and those that took the prophet pretty quickly. I was watching watching always whiting. I didn't know getting any tries on magic yesterday but there was money to be made but today it is a new day and you know what this is part of being tried. Sometimes you doesn't have anything chose day. Great not much volatility but still managed to pull a percent and a half out of the market right. And if I don't do anything else this week but still had a good week. Still Good Wig at one point. Five percent not massive. No Huge Week. But as a prophet. I'm cool with that today. Let's see what we've got. Yes say one opportunity. I didn't get it the day before. Absolutely nothing at all to date today. It's all about two died bitcoin. Six thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. We still crab walking. We have got ourselves into consolidation wrought now grinding it out and I wanna say a break a really Simon's yesterday guys six nights seven me above six nights so if I give you seven thousand and on will be going out all dollars back in two big I had sold off one third of my bitcoin as the markets. Were fooling just to make sure that I was hedged dwell on my portfolio. I'm going to lose money on that. But that's okay because that was my responsible plant stuck to it. So why did you save? We break above there. I'll be getting back in that consolidation on Bitcoin's looking ready JC. I just wish I had a perfect flat level but thankfully I've got other opportunities in other markets right now for a look at the two shot on big haunch. I spoke to yesterday for anybody. The twist on Youtube so if you're not on Straw to my youtube channel as going to be a lot more content coming at the. Nfl never got more time. I will be putting a lot more free content on Youtube as well. You know at try to call on twitter and fully Craig called on my facebook if you want to keep in contact there as well so two days not looking bearish at the moment which is good. The markets are primed as far as I'm concerned for potential move higher where point one percent on Bitcoin as it stands. The theory was at one point. Zero six percent at one thirty seven dollars and twenty to censor things very slow meandering consolidation. Not much more. Say they're EXA pay? Oh Wow EXA pay. Is this the leader of the market? I can see Rawdon. When did that actually brush? It's broken up in the last hour or sorry. Xl pays now six point two two percent really clearing out of that little consolidation that it was a really really nauseous looking brighter. And did I miss an opportunity? I did there was an actual. Bitcoin bracket their bothe- action on the one hour But you can't have everything will talk. Let's be honest and the taunt that broke for May. This would be perfect for my friends in the Northern Hemisphere those view in in the UK Europe and in the states that broadcast at six. Am this morning and look as much as I do like to get up early in the morning at the moment. I don't really see the need so I didn't get up early and I wasn't there to try six. Am WHOOPS THAT GUY? So it's up six point two three percent of one. Sort seventeen cents. Bitcoin cash twenty two hundred twenty six dollars. Forty five cents. We are up two point. Five percent rotten habit resistance coming in their thirty one spot. Fifteen level is the same level of looking at for a while that resistance east still that Bass Vaidya only top ten token or coin. That he's down one. Seventy two and eight cents down point three eight of a percent pretty crappy looking to lock coin consolidating. So still were at one point. One seven percent thirty nine dollars and seventy two cents else is next on the list. Their resistance is pretty average right now forty mark. I'm not interested in that Toodle thirty currently up one point one of a percent. But it's another one that has broken hired this could be. These could be the latest all the market today. Barnett's five point two percent at twelve dollars and ninety three cents. It has broken to new highs on that four hour turnover be looking at that sedate cod donald that consolidation still thirty cents looking really taty in fact the market. If I can get one more test on that resistance in sorry I'll be looking to get in on the. Bitcoin breakout with sitting at three cents. Flat UP TWO POINT. Two four percent theory classic Half a percent of five dollars and five cents Not the best consolidation to round out the top ten. We're GONNA hit up trauma up three point two three percent and trying with all its mind to push higher. We've got some NAS shot. Structure Coming into these breakout points. Now Ladies and gentlemen we've got a very good day upon us and think well I shouldn't think that I think I just try what I say but I'm pretty happy to what what I'm saying. The monarch hopeful that we do get some Trading conditions today consolidation. That usually breakout with a bit of flying power and push and hopeful that today is going to see the

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Early spring equinox brings planetary entertainment

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Early spring equinox brings planetary entertainment

"Starting March nineteenth two likely to end up with egg on their faces today or at least on their kitchen counters that's because they'll be checking out of seasonal math it says that you can balance a raw egg on its end on the equinoxes but not on any other day and today is the vernal equinox here in the northern hemisphere the beginning of spring the myth is usually tied to the spring equinox not fall perhaps that's because of springs association with life and rebirth which often are represented by the egg here's the basic outline of the story at the equinox earth's axis is perpendicular to the line to the sun that creates a special gravitational

Why the Northern Hemisphere is about to have its earliest spring in 124 years

Charlie Parker

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Why the Northern Hemisphere is about to have its earliest spring in 124 years

"The vernal equinox the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere in the first day of fall in the southern hemisphere because of a combination of early days and daylight saving time is the earliest spring and one hundred and twenty four years two thousand leap day first year brother centuries

Science Myth: Can You Balance an Egg on the Spring Equinox?

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Science Myth: Can You Balance an Egg on the Spring Equinox?

"You're likely to end up with egg on their faces today or at least on their kitchen counters that's because they'll be checking out of seasonal math it says that you can balance a raw egg on its end on the equinoxes but not on any other day and today is the vernal equinox here in the northern hemisphere the beginning of spring the myth is usually tied to the spring equinox not fall perhaps that's because of springs association with life and rebirth which often are represented by the egg here's the basic outline of the story at the equinox earth's axis is perpendicular to the line to the sun that creates a special gravitational balance that doesn't exist at other times of the year this balance allows you to stand a raw egg on its end a feat that can't be achieved on any other date

Special Update with Dr. Osguthorpe

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

09:23 min | 3 months ago

Special Update with Dr. Osguthorpe

"Welcome to essential oil solutions with doe Tara. Today we're bringing you a recording from Kirk showers and Dr Russell Oscar Thorpe discussing updates on the current situation and advice on how to keep you and your family healthy. I am Kirk Jars. And I'm pleased to host this March sixteenth episode of Covert Nineteen with Doctor Russell Oscar Thorpe Rush. You've been at the hospital all day. Thank you for taking the time to do this. You must be exhausted. You look pretty good. Thanks my pleasure. Good to be with you. We'll start with the graphic from the World Health Organization. There are now one hundred sixty eight thousand in one thousand nine hundred confirmed cases six thousand six hundred ten deaths one hundred forty eight countries with cases and as a potentially significant turning point. There are now more cases of the virus outside of China. Then within the phrase of the day's flatten the curve. All of these stories seem to rotate around that phrase. Europe is now the global epicenter of the virus. According to the World Health Organization Italians remain essentially under house arrest. Germany is sealing its borders. The Netherlands has ordered all schools bars restaurants and cafes closed similar measures are also enforced in France the Czech Republic Austria prohibiting gatherings of more than five people. The list goes on and on. What are you seeing arrest in Spain? We've had a national lockdown. That's gone into effect. Britain's Health Secretary has recently asked that people over seventy avoid going outside and stay at home and Canada recently closed. Its borders to everyone except Canadian citizens and permanent residents in the United States the CDC has recommended gatherings of fifty people are more be cancelled or postponed and just before we came on the White House is further reduced the number to ten as well as provided many other guidelines for us to follow on Sunday the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates to essentially zero to try to ward off another really bad stock. Day didn't work immediately. Us stocks plunged the Dow tumbles nearly three thousand points. The worst point drop in history businesses are of course affected many retailers including Nike and Rei are temporarily closing their retail stores In the United States following president trump's recommendations operations in bars and restaurants are being limited and hotels resorts are announcing closures. Airlines have slashed their flight schedules and are asking for government assistance now in the United States and there are multiple cruise ships that are stranded looking for port. It's pretty astounding on any one of these week. Focus for a half hour on the applications. And why but I WANNA get to. I think what is the unique benefit of having you with us to help us understand a few things each day? Let's start with China yesterday. It was reported. They had only twenty new cases dramatic downturn from thousands of new infections day so is China largely pass the covert nineteen fears? What can we learn from Chinese China's timeline for the rest of us? There have been a lot of headlines and folks talking about China being through the worst of it. We have seen this dramatic drop in positives out of the province. And who bay and I think that's very positive and is largely due to the measures that the public health sector in China and government have used to flatten the curve. There and so this is evidence that social distancing and flattening the curve actually works do not link and now I'm probably asking for more commentary than facts quickly if we're seeing some reports that China's easing up on all of the things. They did to flatten the curve. Because the curve has been flattened there for the moment in the past. When you've dealt with these like this do we expect to stay down as China? Like OKAY ONES DOWN. Also going to happen again there. That's a great question. I would say that because CORONA VIRUS OR COVA. Nineteen is new. We don't really know what's going to happen next. But you asked me. Because of what's happened in the past with pandemics the most applicable for me would be what happened in two thousand nine with the h one n one pandemic without pandemic. There were measures that were instituted worldwide to try and slow the spread of the virus. Nothing to the scale that like we have done with Kobe. Nineteen but we tried to limit the spread of h one n one and it worked but instead of this nice kind of flat curve that we see idealized in so many graphs in two thousand nine h one n one. Most countries experienced multiple peaks of illness throughout the year. I'm not sure if that's what will happen in China. But if you're asking for my opinion based on the fact that a large well the whole earth's population is susceptible right for the most part to this virus. I would expect there to be multiple outbreaks of the virus throughout the year. And that as we both institute and then relax social distancing or public health measures to slow the spread of the virus. When we relax the virus will kind of flare and we will see secondary outbreaks of the virus even in populations where we've seen a decrease but that's my opinion. I'm not sure if everyone shares it but we've we saw that with two thousand nine h one n one. It's comparing apples and oranges. But it's the best we've got well on that front. Some of the big medical news over the weekend is that infected people without symptoms might be driving the spread of Krahn virus more than we realized. What do we know there well? There are limited reports coming out of virology lab suggesting that people who become infected can shed the virus before they get symptoms of the virus and that becomes problematic. Because if we can spread the virus so shutting and spreading are not the same thing right but if you can spread the virus or infect others if your ability to transmit the virus occurs before you have symptoms of the virus then social distancing is not as effective however we know from China based on what they've done that social distancing is working so I believe that you are most effective at spreading the virus when you are symptomatic and these reports of being able to spread the virus. When you're a symptomatic are real. We need to digest them and understand them but right now I think the lion's share of spreading of the viruses occurring when people are symptomatic small amounts of transmission of the virus will occur potentially before. You're symptomatic matic symptomatic after your symptoms have resolved but for the most part. It's going to be right in the middle. When you have that fever and cough and shortness of breath big question is will the prevalence of the corona virus naturally dissipate once? The weather gets warmer and a side. Question is Kennedy. Even thrive in warm hot weather. I've seen those reports I'm not so certain that warm weather will decrease the spread of the virus. What may decrease the spread of the virus is the fact that many of our institutions like school will close in the summertime and we'll see smaller groups of people coming together all the time instead of groups of classrooms thirty will be at home roughly playing in smaller groups less than ten for example all summer long in two thousand nine. We saw a summertime outbreak of illness and it went against the grain of our normal influenza outbreak that we normally experience every winter in both the southern and northern hemispheres. But I don't know the answer to your question Kirk I would say that. We hope that warmer weather will decrease transmissibility because the viruses enveloped virus and the virus lands on a surface. And it's really hot in the middle of the summer that the virus will immediately die quote unquote and not be able to infect others. But we don't know yet we'll find out as time moves on. The second question is In an earlier episode. You'd mentioned that there's not yet a medical cure for cove in nineteen as a novel drawn virus but Are Their home. Remedies available that can cure or prevent the virus. No Right now. To the best of our understanding there are not any methods of curing Kobe. Nineteen or treating covert nineteen other than social distancing and preventing yourself from getting infected. It is important to remember that most people who get infected even after we've started looking at the outbreaks have occurred in Asia. We are seeing that. Most folks who get infected have mild disease like most coughs colds. There are not real proven remedies to treat corona

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Thoroughbred Horses Are Increasingly Inbred

60-Second Science

02:29 min | 4 months ago

Thoroughbred Horses Are Increasingly Inbred

"Every thoroughbred horse alive today is descended from three stallions and a larger selection of mayors in Seventeenth Eighteenth Century England. Since then no horses outside this lineage have been permitted to enter the bloodline. That's a problem. We analyzed genetic diversity at thousands of genetic markers across the entire genome in more than ten thousand thoroughbred horses from all of the major reading regions of the world. This is the largest set of horses. That's been examined in this way to date Emily Hill Professor at University College. Dublin and chief scientist with an ownership stake at an coin. Science Company called plus vital and what we found was that there has been a highly significant increase in inbreeding in the population over the last forty five years and probably the greatest increase in inbreeding is seen in the last ten or fifteen years. Thoroughbred horse production is tightly controlled. Artificial insemination is not permitted which means that breeding stallions get moved around a lot for meet ups with females. These so called shuttle stallions can meet with hundreds of mayors per mating season and there are two mating seasons one in the northern hemisphere and the other in the southern in our study ninety seven percent of the horses traced back to a single horse cold northern dancer arguably the most successful stallion the twentieth century and his descendants have been the dominant. Sar LINES IN AUSTRALIA AND EUROPE. For the last twenty five years. Northern Dancer won the Kentucky Derby in nineteen sixty four breeding pairs are chosen for their athletic prowess and competitive behavior leading to strong selection for genes related to muscle performance in behavior traits at all have come together in the optimal fashion to produce an elite athlete but without genetic diversity you can get health and behavior issues related to inbreeding. Thoroughbred is unusual in this most managed animal and even plant production systems have genetic monitoring in place. The thoroughbred has no genetic selection or population management. That is addressed of an industry wide level the steady by hill and her colleagues in the journal scientific reports hills genetic testing system is available through her company with the DNA of America and the DNA STALLION. We can make in silicone predictions about the likely level of inbreeding in the hypothetical. Full measure arise from that meeting

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U.S. on track for warmest winter on record

KCBS Radio Weekend News

02:37 min | 5 months ago

U.S. on track for warmest winter on record

"Well there are concerns that we are on track to have one of the warmest winters in recorded history the national oceanic and atmospheric administration now says this past January was the hottest since record keeping began one hundred forty one years ago for more we're joined now on the KCBS ring central news line by doctor Patrick and solace climate change scientist at UC Berkeley thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us do you think we're on track for the warmest winter on record this analysis from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration shows that January temperatures without the hottest in the hundred forty when your record and this month was actually for on the highest a departure from average ever and it's too early to say we still have two months left in winter but this is a hot start to winter twenty twenty so let's break down what this means is when we say that January was is with this past January was the hottest since record keeping began in the in the grand scheme of things what does that mean and why should we be concerned well this temperature departure the heating was one point one degrees Celsius above the long term average that's two degrees Fahrenheit that might not sound like a lot but if the privilege of pushing a mountain down a hundred eighty meters or six hundred feet more than the height of the Washington Monument some cooler areas above to warmer areas below is so small increments of temperature can mean major changes on the ground and in fact January snow cover across the northern hemisphere is is currently five hundred thousand square kilometers or hundred ninety thousand square miles below average the size of the state of California and in turn we've also we talk about impacts on the ground apparently an article also recorded record warm temperatures what kind of impact did you see this having this winter or these temperatures having on glaciers and sea ice this the record warmth has also melted polar ice around the north the north and south poles and overall long term this melting of land ice and the warming of sea water has raised sea level around the world and here in San Francisco its rays sea level to about halfway up your knee on the east coast it's actually raise sea level all

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To return to see what he had seen a few hours from the research station there's a vast subsidence of permafrost sort of a rolling landslide cold do Vanniyar geology is a slow science but here it's almost a spectator sport the bones of extinct woolly mammoths are falling after more than twelve thousand years the collapse of pros and earth is happening in much of the arctic including Alaska twenty five percent of the northern hemisphere is permafrost the same office have a theory many would say a crazy idea for defusing the carbon bond they want to cool the permafrost by returning part of Siberia to the ice age or at least what it looks like in those days known as the place to see and hear if we were standing on this hill in the Pleistocene era what would we see no increase is looks like grass lawns and so on and you will see it around one thousand of mom was around may be five thousand told by isn't around might be ten thousandth of courses around this place and all fly ins widens yes it was mine but it's a real slides here sure Gezi mopped oldest when man became the main predator the woolly mammoth and other large grazers were hunted to extinction forest replaced grasslands and that made Siberia vulnerable to a warming climate because trees trap more heat than grass and winter temperatures of forty below can't freeze the permafrost if there are no herds of animals to trample the insulating snow so this is what you use instead yeah as a demonstration project they called Pleistocene park Nikita's the mob is knocking down trees over fifty four square miles and restocking the big grazers the same March believe returning the land to which ice age appearance will cool the permafrost even in a warming world you're trying to bring the animals back now how can you do that physically or morally what's financially what small three but let's start with physically you need what hundreds of thousands millions of these islands you need to start with something second you need to prove people that the concept hook and to prove that because of.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"December twenty this is making himself scarce as seen from the northern hemisphere right now that's because tomorrow night marks the winter solstice so the next couple of days are the shortest of the year the days with the shortest interval between sunrise and sunset astronomically the solstice marks the beginning of winter the sun stands for the south in the sky so the southern hemisphere receives most of the sun's energy leaving the north dark and cold perhaps a bit surprisingly though the solstice isn't the coldest time of year if you look at the average temperatures here in the United States you'll find that the weather is coldest anywhere from a few days to a couple of months after the solstice the lag tends to be greater from northern latitudes then southern once the effect is called the seasonal lag and there are a couple of reasons for it for one thing the sun stays low in the south for a good while after the solstice so its rays come in at a low angle that's the least efficient angle for heating things up they get warmer much faster when the sun is higher in the sky the most important reason for the lack though is that it takes the land and oceans a long time to begin warming up especially the oceans it's not until well after the solstice that they absorb enough energy to start warming up and to start heating the air as well building toward their peak well after the summer solstice in June we have sky watching tips astronomy news and much more about the universe.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Temperatures in the northern hemisphere would become colder than those experience during the pre industrial little ice age these nuclear war induced effects on temperature would be twice. As large as those which followed the largest volcanic eruption in the last five hundred years and eighteen sixteen which caused the year without summer. This cold weather would cause a ten percent decline in average rainfall and a large reduction in the agent summer monsoons twenty five to forty percent of the protective ozone layer would be destroyed at the mid latitudes. And fifty to seventy percent. It'd be destroyed it northern high latitudes massive increases apartment for UV. Light would result with significantly negative effects on humans animals and plant life. These changes in global climate would cost significantly shortened growing seasons in the northern hemisphere for at least ten years, it'd be too cold to grow wheat in most of Canada world grain stocks, which already are historically low levels would be completely depleted grain-exporting nations would likely cease exports to order to beat their own food needs and some medical experts predict that ensuing food shortages would cause hundreds of millions of already hungry people who depend on food imports to starve to death during the years following the nuclear conflict a nuclear winter. A time of scarcity cooler temperatures a little ice age all of these things part of a nuclear detonation of a small nuclear bomb. One hundred of them that could be detonated at any one time in this area, creating these types of problems, and we all say go ahead, and let them fight it out with one another let them kill each other know if they do this. We would see some major problems on the planet. And it would be a long long horrible death of scarcity in this country. If this happens, this is a very important topic. And that's why I felt it was necessary to talk about it. Because I know that the mainstream news or the the news that is framing the narratives today about Cohen framing the narrative today about the Miller report, and how this is going to affect us. I really don't believe that it's going to affect us the way a war between Indian Pakistan is going to affect us. So matter of fact, I sit in the first hour, I really don't think that we're going to see any charges filed against the president not because he didn't do wrong or do right is because it's just not going to happen. It's a build up towards nothing, and it's going to be it's just gonna be like Watergate all over again. And we're going to be cutting away to watching the drama unfold, and it will eventually end up with a few people going to jail and the president we still serving in the White House and everybody will be angry. And if he is taken out of the White House, I promise you that people will see this as a deep state coup anger will flare in the United States, and we could have problems here on an internal level with war and fighting within our own borders. This is where we are right now in the world. This is where this is where we get really close to the edge. This is where we face nuclear winter. This is where we face scarcity. This is where somebody will step in and say, we need a new order. We need to do government. So you best be not saying, oh, let them kill each other. No, we need to go in and we need to find a way to stop esscalation, and we need to let the president, and maybe Pompilio whoever else needs to go in and do this to make these Ammann's happen. Now, we're doing well with Kim Jong. But now we have to take care of problems with Indian Pakistan. So be watching this be watching this. And and you know. You know, we always say it's highly unlikely it's will happen. But you know, we don't even think about the hair triggers that are there in those countries and the devastation that would happen to the entire planet. If we detonate nuclear bombs in these areas of the world, triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred..

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on KTOK

"Temperatures in the northern hemisphere would become colder than those experienced during the pre industrial little ice age these nuclear war induced effects on temperature would be twice as large as those which followed the largest volcanic eruption in the last five hundred years and eighteen sixteen which caused the year without summer. This cold weather would cause a ten percent decline in every global rainfall and a large reduction in the agent summer monsoons twenty five to forty percent of the protective ozone layer would be destroyed at the mid latitudes. Seventy percent. It'd be destroyed at northern high latitudes massive increases apart full UV light would result with significantly negative effects on humans animals and plant life. These changes in global climate would cost significantly shortened growing seasons in the northern hemisphere for at least ten years, it'd be too cold to grow wheat in most of Canada world grain stocks, which already are historically low levels would be completely depleted grain-exporting nations would likely cease exports to order to beat their own food needs and some medical experts predict that ensuing food shortages would cause hundreds of millions of already hungry people. Now, depend on food imports to starve to death during the years following the nuclear conflict a nuclear winter time of scarcity cooler temperatures, a little ice age all of these things part of a nuclear detonation of a small nuclear bomb. One hundred of them that could be detonated at any one time in this area, creating these. Types of problems. And we all say go ahead, and let them fight it out with one another. Let them kill each other. No if they do this. We would see some major problems on the planet, and it would be a long long horrible death of scarcity in this country. If this happens, this is a very important topic. And that's why I called it was necessary to talk about it. Because I know that the mainstream news or the the news that is framing the narratives today about Cohen framing the narratives today about the Miller report, and how this is going to affect us. I really don't believe that it's going to affect us the way a war between Indian Pakistan is going to affect us. So matter of fact, I sit in the first hour, I really don't think that we're going to see any charges filed against the president not because he didn't do wrong or do right is because it's just not gonna happen. It's a build up towards nothing, and it's going to be it's just gonna be like Watergate all over again. And we're going to be cutting away to watching the drama unfold, and it will eventually end up with a few people going to jail and the president we still serving in the White House and everybody will be angry. And if he is taken out of the White House, I promise you that people will see this as a deep state coup anger will flare in the United States, and we could have problems here on an internal level with war in our own borders. I mean, this is where we are right now in the world. This is where this is where we get really close to the edge. This is where we face nuclear winter. This is where we face scarcity. This is where somebody will step in and say, we need a new order. We need to do government. So you best not saying, oh, let them kill each other. No, we need to go in and we need to find a way to stop esscalation, and we need to let the president, and maybe Pompeii or whoever else needs to go in and do this to make these Ammann's happen now were doing well with Kim Jong UN. But now we have to take care of problems with Indian Pakistan. So be watching this be watching this. And and you know. In a way, I would say it's highly unlikely it's will happen. But you know, we don't even think about the hair triggers that are there in those countries and the devastation that would happen to the entire planet. If we detonate nuclear bombs in these areas of the world, triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. I'm quite Lewis. You're listening.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In the northern hemisphere this weekend, it's the atomic equinox. The point at which the sun crosses the equator from north to south you've probably noticed that we use to names for the season fall and autumn in the modern world. It's the only season with more than one common. Name according to language experts. The season didn't have any names until fairly recently. In fact, there wasn't much of a concept of the season itself in the western world. Most cultures thought mainly of winter and summer the two extremes. The transition periods between them received less attention by this welfare thirteenth century, though. The word harvest first appeared as the name of the transition from summer to winter autumn turned up a century or two later. It was adopted from a similar word in French or from the even earlier Latin word autom- Ness and the phrases spring of the year. A year and fall of the year appeared a century or two after that marking times of warmth and growth on one hand and cold and decay on the other those phrases soon were shortened to just spring and fall, even then there wasn't much agreement on just what the fall season encompassed. It could start in August or September and end during November December precise definition didn't come along until we started relying on the positions of the sun. So now fall we're autumn begins on the September equinox. Coming.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"And more than a week later, they arrive on the coast of California. And so these are truly world travelers. Wow. So why is it that the waves is it just a matter of nurture unless they're disrupted, they will continue the travel around the world as long as they don't encounter any other force to to stop them from being that wave? Oh, yes, exactly. There are cases, for instance, the great, a different kind of a wave is NAMI wave. And some of these Greg's NAMI waves that were generated in the Indian Ocean actually measured in California and even in the Atlantic. And so these are truly, right? Yeah, right world travelers. That is amazing. And that is amazing that one single wave could pretty much traverse the entire almost the whole planet unbeliev interesting thing is, is that sometimes you get giant. Storms in the northern hemisphere and giant storms in the southern hemisphere at the same time, and they can essentially merge and create even larger waves. Oh, oh, billion scaring make guiding me. No, I liked that wave sets that's a little wave sets happening. Right. See what you've done that you've. Oh man, you just made the ocean very sexy, my friend. All right. Bill, why we host Chuck down. We are going to take a short break. When we come back more with Bill, Pat cert- are NASA ocean Ghafur, and lifelong surfer stick around more. None of that more news about surfing and Neil around the factual..

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Was pretty much unthinkable in the scientific community just six years ago is now being seriously considered when you say sooner you originally the noted that it could be a century from now what kind of timeframe are we looking at or do we not have enough data even begin to project that well you one of the problems here is this is a potential tipping point in the climate system which is to say it can happen very abruptly once it starts to happen and you don't know exactly when that's going to be so the danger is that the fact that we've already seen a substantial slowdown in this ocean circulation pattern already suggest the possibility that we could be right up against that tipping point where it essentially just shuts down and if that were to happen as i said earlier it's not gonna be the day after tomorrow it's not going to be you know tornadoes destroying los angeles in an ice age covering the northern hemisphere over the course of days what it does mean is an area of cooling in the north atlantic less warming and parts of north america and europe but a potential shutdown in that very important ocean circulation pattern that supports the the fisheries of the north atlantic and here's another problem the east coast of the us we'll probably see even faster sea level rise because that ocean current that conveyor belt ocean circulation patterns is actually supported eastwest variations in the height of the ocean ocean circulation pattern collapses then the ocean literally comes up along the east coast of the us it rises right along the us because the atlantic is lower than the pacific right because the.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"In the northern hemisphere to in in in harm's ability to predict um secondly uh that's an increase in the use of genome makes a whole genome sequencing of influenza viruses so that we can get some of that data in data format before you even have to isolate grow all characterized influenza viruses and a lot more work is being done in the interpretation of the genetic data and we still got some ways to go in house of best in homes that data to predict but there's a lot of work going on in the area with new technology um and then uh you know there's a lot of questions being asked well caught we move away from the eggbased manufacturing uh which is easier said than done for a whole host of reasons and so to incentivize the system to move away from that you actually need to demonstrate that the nonoc base technology is superior to be a base technology and so far that isn't necessarily the case and sue the vaccine programmes they'll have to adjust to make the most of those new vaccine technologies if you listened closely you heard dr tam say getting an annual flu shot is a good idea which he also said if you're not at high risk it's a personal choice i have to say i was surprised to hear canada's chief public health officer softpedalled this year's flu shot could certainly drives home the difficulty public health officials have promoting a vaccine that isn't that great at doing its job so if.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"His just unveiled in the journal science about six months ago it was the turn of australia to fall victim now the northern hemisphere is in the grip of flu but what is this agent and how does it make us i'm well georgia males has the fleas flew of flu despite causing such big problems the influenza virus is tiny it's a spiky football about one ten thousand the size of a full stop comprising a package of genetic material protected by an ought to caked a month's it's inside jeep this little package packs a punch but how does that get inside jeep the flu is transferred from pass into passing through tiny droplets of liquid that you can then breathe in a sneeze from an infected person can contain hundreds of thousands of individual virus particles and viruses can survive on surfaces like funds in handrails fought to two days waiting to literally be picked up by you surf you come into contact with the flu and then do more chauhan's as a late chance it will make his way inside she and begin its dirty work worse like oh viruses the flute cannot reproduce on its own it needs the cells in your body for that when the flu lands on a cell it's taken sight and then aggressively hijacks the machinery within and before you know it the virus begins to multiply ultimately making thousands of new flee particles these spread and in fact neighboring cells first also converting them into flew factories and then eventually killing them but these infected cells sound the alarm with a chemical signalled causes other nearby cells to go into looked down making it much harder for the fli to get in.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

GSMC Bible Study Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

"Jacobsen professor of old testament and elven end rodney's chair in scripture theology and ministry at luther seminary in st paul minnesota he says what an odd call appraise praise what an utterly odd called prey eats i read this land like this is so excited mrs so wonderful i love this and then i read in its awed he says i live in the northern hemisphere and not just in the northern hemisphere but i live almost exactly halfway between the equator and north pole i live a few hundred yards south of 45 degrees north and i should add in the great in the middle of the great continental mass of north america so he lives in minnesota as you know from him being it lutheran seminary in st paul and it just as i was saying ease in the midwest in it's cold and snow in the midwest he says why do i bring this up because my global catien means that i know from snow as my friends in new jersey would put it i love ralph jacobsen's commentaries i just that's way i always read them to you because he just makes me smile um and he says i know from snow and i also know from hale frost stormy wins freezing rain ice sleet and even sneaked see i mean who else do you know you the lord snead in their commentary he says i know from the entire spectrum of what my sermon brainwave that's the podcast that he does he tweak with his colleague caroline lewis and that carol lewis calls nature's unnecessary freezing of water.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Imaginative like another cowboy them quarterback imagine if like jerry jones draft josh rose hit stay tuned the okay so a few thoughts on this but threat but attacking the strict to mediumcom enumerated points one through thirty eight yeah this is this is not a game by the way like when i when i look at you will see taking on stanford uh i don't i don't really uh i don't really see usc winning this and i don't does because right now stanford's doing that thing where uh they're just mat like stanford brown's into shape right that's what they do they mess they messed around they usually looked awful for three or four down as weird semesters is what it is and they're on a quarter schedule yes so they come back to the second quarter and they're like up figured this business out we're good and the by and large they have 'cause remember this is a team that we were joking hadn't won a game in the northern hemisphere right after a couple of weeks of september and uh yeah now they're just you know doing their stanford thing winning blown blown people off ball uh you know hameury notre dame in the second half in their thirty eight twenty win last week and oh by the way tissue on a little preview of how this goes uh they've already play this game right yeah and uh and it it didn't go well however that was first quarter stanfa's first quarter say now santer still ferrying outlet major there is it may at sanford was like i'm going to be a marine biologists men's quickly sanford was like no check business now i only do business now embiid fuck that business business.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Uh the division that i'm in also does radiation an aerosol measurements and so we have trends of co 2 uh started with david healing it at scripts and then noah slow we took those over but those measurements for co two go back to 1958 and the hell of carbon started and nineteen in the late 1970s and so we are measuring trends that these stations but the aircraft mission that you're talking about a tom or atmospheric demography is a mission that looking at how air quality is affecting our climate um it is a mission to look at uh it's a mission to look at the seasonal um changes so we're running four missions we just completed tree um the first mission the data has been publicly released in the second mission uh that data will be released uh next month so the public will have access to that the first mission took place in the northern hemisphere summer and what we saw was a lot of um built up of pollution from the northern hemisphere so it takes something like um it takes about three months fourth be distributed in the mid latitudes up to the poll regions of the northern hemisphere and then it takes a year four to go down to the southern hemisphere so that china gives you the timescales of what the northern hemisphere pollution um that is occurring that it affects the whole globe and air quality you were referring to india's problem with air pollution we see the effects of of air pollution at our stations and we certainly sought during our aircraft missions um that have taken place uh it's just striking to fly on this uh nassar dc eight aircraft it's uh has about forty individuals 25 instruments um and they have instruments very similar to what we have on our um network except we focused in on a lot of reactive gases so they're about ten know what instruments besides mine on this aircraft that are measuring reactive gases that are involved in air pollution so how can air pollution affect climate well for one example is um through aerosols black carbon can um heat up the earth and then sulphur aerosols can cool the earth so you have uh one species aerosols that can drive the.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"But when women start trying now for the nba and it's their only option that's when you'll see no more women in basketball a by the way um i gotta go back to the outdoor thing there's another tweet here from gv chapel that says that the comfort of your stress and are only having one child as seen in the documentary binding memo that's why the clown fisher august out there you go joy in colorado hi you're on the blaze yeah i like to talk about uh the sun responsible uh or whether they earthquakes warm or hot oh my gosh you're not going to allege that the sun has any responsibility for that are you a pretty much my great ability on our planet is at an opel orbit around the sun a certain or one great now it what summer here ninety three million miles away from the sun but at ordering hemus air is kit backward inner winner uh we're ninety five miles away from the on 95 miller ninety five million miles away from the sun but the northern hemisphere is tipped toward the shot exactly okay that make a great difference does that way we don't have somerset or too hot we don't have winter's that are to coal you clearly don't live in texas because i definitely have somerset are too hot but you're saying uninhabitable hot right is what trump yeah and if you want you to talk about the need warm period out seven eighty two two after king game and we had a little ice age and size to do with whether a lot son ops on a warm uh if there are any old might be cute kale but uh or take too long but i just thought it would let you know there's some ansa craters cracked or by far and that's that's that's just crazy tucked joy knowing where i dunno where you're getting can you believe she's alleging that that two million degree burning urban this guy has something to do with the weather here i don't know how you're putting into into together with joy thanks joy it's just it's amazing i and i love that because.

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"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"northern hemisphere" Discussed on Triangulation

"That connects the this central star in our line of sight so everything else there may be platt serve but we just don't see them we only see planets and about the one percent or so of those systems that have to have a a plane that that has long our live side but even so we we've now found thousands of of of platt surround those stars and so that that is it i i guess it a nutshell why it's so astonishing because it's simple it just monitors the light from these stars overtime and looks for the dimming of that light from these stars and for that dimming you get all this information about the distribution of of planets around stars they're they're distances their sizes and kepler is not going to be the end of the story we have another satellite that scoring up next year though the space telescope called tests and that's going to monitor light from stars not from a a a small region of the sky like kepler did but tass is going to monitor light from all the bright stars of the sky where most of them uh the northern hemisphere and the southern hemisphere it the hope is that this telescope world reveal those planets that are earth like that are around say the nearest hundred closest hundred stars to our solar system and then once they are detected by tass the follow up study of these objects will be firm either groundbased telescopes were i have some really big groundbased telescopes now or the james webb space telescope which it it too is planned to be launched next year and then it will go a shakeout phase than probably in twenty nineteen we'll be using that to study these xl planets so yet been keppler is astonishing for for for many reasons and and the the the types of planets as founded is uh intriguing ah but the technique is going to be expanded over the next few years worth another space telescope that uses the same technique in and and that's going to hopefully find the a a few hundred candidates of planets that are truly earth like that could potentially have earth like a life life as we know it.

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