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"oak ridge" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"This seems like type of work that you all might be doing. Yeah it does look very familiar. Okay you got any more stories. Can you tell us anything about this. Yeah we we do occasionally have sir type of will likely modeling job. A we can scale barry wide. And i think these this sort of thirty thousand number looks pretty familiar. I think our largest jobs. They've been about ten thousand cpu's wide and running for a few days. Maybe like four or five days. I think the number was like four or five days on the ten thousand cores. Yeah yeah it's it's. It's a lot. And i think it was like over a million. Cpu hours on aws batch and that was just something that we could really heavily paralyze and we knew the data fast and it worked you pull it all back in aggregated altogether at the end that it was a really useful data set. And it's pretty amazing what you can do on some of these god providers by going really wide. Yeah it's crazy you know. There's there's some places where it makes sense to buy build. True supercomputers like oak ridge has seen called summit which is like this insane supercomputer that they have. But a lotta times. There's the late day of getting something like this setup. There's the overhead of guess what now. You're an admin for like an insane. In three in the world supercomputer type system is got to be empowering to be able to just go hit go and then let all this happened and not worry about all those details right. Yeah then there's definitely still some stress involved in in starting jogs just you know it's not cheap anyways. Slice it we we do. Try to do everything we can to make it as as efficient in cost as possible. But yeah i'm sure there's there's two aspects to it that really jumped out to me. A one is the oh. Was that the wrong version of the code. That the one. That's the bug. We gotta throw away all the data wolves. We just ran for five days and now thousands of dollars got burned up. And there's a bit of a problem there so whoops and now it's five days later till you get the answer as well right. That's one and then m losing track. My thought mother one but yeah anyway is just gotta be stressful to be like to set that up in impress. Go right it definitely. Is i think one of the benefits of a lot of our competition to even does have experimental background and doing experiments in the lab is sort of numbers like tens of thousands of dollars. Experiment are are not really that uncommon and those kinds of things you get really careful and you check all the boxes will check everything and so i think a lot of us have had that that experience and so even where we're dealing with software we'll very careful and we'll do the tests and quality control before we really let her rip. Yeah i worked on some projects. When i was in grad school that were on a silicon graphics. Big mainframe type thing and obviously much lower importance than solving diseases and stuff is just solving math problems. But i remember coming in to work on the project one day and none of our workstations could log in to the graphics machine and what is wrong with this thing and it was so loud was in the other room. You could hear it roaring away in. There clearly was loud and what happened was it wasn't me. It was someone else in the group had written some code. These these things run all night. We come in in the morning. We'll check them and what had happened. Was they had a bug in their code which they knew they were trying to the diagnosis. So they were printing out a bunch of log stuff or something like that. Well they do that in a tight loop on a high end computer for a night and it filled up the hard drive Zero bytes left and apparently the silicon graphics machine couldn't operate anymore Literally zero bytes and so it just stopped working. They couldn't get it eternal. I was like it took days to get it back up late ucs. But it's like that kind of stuff..
Buckingham Palace in crisis after Harry and Meghan unload on royal family
"A night to be an england. A few hours ago viewers in the u. k. Got their own chance to watch meghan. Markle and prince. Harry's televised bombshell interview with oprah winfrey british tabloids have been hitting back hard since the couple's explosive allegations became public attacks almost as vicious as those that drove meghan and harry from the country and the monarchy. Nbc news correspondent care. Simmons brings us more reaction from london tonight. Silence from the royal family. After megan's bombshell allegation the racist comments were made before the birth of their first son. He won't be given security. It's not going to be given title and also concerns and conversations about how dark skin might be when he's born. What sarah several conversations a conversation with you with harry about how dark your baby is going to be. Potentially what that would mean or look like prince harry confirming the allegation. I'm never going to but at the time was oak ridge irish sharks today in the u. k. Many stunned we have full a black woman. She didn't get it very easy. Within the royal family. Meghan says she became so depressed. She asks for help. I just didn't want to be alive anymore. I said that. I needed to go somewhere to get help. And i was told that. I couldn't that it wouldn't be good for the institution. So were you thinking of harming yourself or you having suicidal thoughts yes. This was very very clear. She says harry was her only supports. If you zoom in what. I see is how tightly. His knuckles are grouped around mind. You see the whites of our knuckles because we are smiling and doing our job. But we're both just trying to hold on country to press reports. Say they never blindsided the queen. Another blindsided my grandmother. I respect for. The hurry describes a strained relationship with the british press and members of the royal family including his father who he says at one point wouldn't pick up his goals as for his relationship with prince. William the relationship is space one royal historian tonight tells us the palace will be in crisis mode how damaging the interview. I think it's very damaging. Actually they've made very serious allegations primarily of course it racism in the royal family and brian oprah says prince harry told her the unnamed royal who made the comments about skin color is not the queen or prince.
Harry and Meghan detail royal struggles, from discussions of baby's skin tone to suicidal thoughts
"Oh what an interview. Harry and meghan shocked everyone last night during their explosive. Sit down with oprah winfrey and the royal family may never be the same again. I'm going to try not to yell like crazy. Because i've been screaming all morning ever since i watched this last night. There is so much to discuss. We head to begin our top royals. Melanie bromley to the show. As oh my gosh i. It's almost like we don't even know where to begin. So let's do this before we dive. And let's take a look at the top bombshells of the night who could be given a title and also concerns and conversations about how dark skinned might be when he's born. What here's a conversation with you. With harry about how dark your baby is going to be. Potentially and what that would mean or look like conversation. I'm never going to shy. But at the time the time it was oak ridge. I respect sharks. Can you tell us what the question was. I'm not comfortable with sharing. Is he taking your calls. Now is a lot of work through that. I feel really let down. Because he's been through something similar. I always love him. But there's a lot of the top. I just had that conversation with harry. I don't want to be alive anymore. Yeah it was like these. Are the thoughts. That i'm having in the middle of the night. That are very clear. And i'm scared because this is very real. Did you make kate cry now. So where did that come from. It was a really hard week of the wedding and she was upset about something but she owned it and she apologize and flowers and a note apologizing. There's this invisible. What's what's what's termed or referred to as the invisible contracts behind closed doors between the institution and the tabloids if you as a family member a willing to wine dine and give access to these reporters than you will get better press. I think there's a reason that these tabloids have holiday parties at the palace. Okay now before we get into everything. We need to lease comment. That this part. The palace has not commented on the interview. Okay lots of mixed feelings about this. Where do we start. Let's do this first impressions now first impression. My impression is that this is the most damaging interview that we've ever seen about the royal family if you thought diana's interview in nineteen thousand nine hundred was bad that was just the accusation or talking about infidelity. This is way bigger. Somebody just blew up the role side. Yes who would think oprah tyler. Perry could expose the monarchy. I thought she was ready. She was ready ready. This has been a two year plus experience for them and they finally got to tell their side of the story because as we heard she was silenced. She said she was silence. My was literally. I was just screaming at least with melissa heard it. I was like screaming. I just was in shock. I i thought she was gonna take off the gloves and do a fight but no no no. She had those gloves on. She was like. I don't know this phrase phrases that she dropped every bombshell that she possibly could have and it was one after another we kept saying like. That's the biggest. I mean we were just riveting. This is going to go down in history with all the other ones. I mean we're talking race. We talking family problems. Everything i was like. This is so good. Okay back to you how to do exactly the same. It was so shocking. Every single thing that came out of her mouth and you have to bear in mind. The royal family exists on this idea of mystery. We know a little bit about what's going on behind palace who we don't know everything. What meghan and harry yesterday to people who were in the inner sack who did is that exposed the lot they said. This is no fairytale. this is not what you've ever thought it was. This was awful. It was like being in a
"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"Guys are just absolutely chill is hell on giant. I love y'all guys all all right off the bat main command. We're happy to have you on a quick. Like just typical little shoutout patriot. Subscribers sexual vanilla case mcvay see dark runner haley nordic thunder dis nuts. Not thank you guys for your support. Always find us on our instagram and twitter at points pressure and bear. Thanks again man. He asked me a fucking blast. Do you do you have any way people can find you if they want more stop. You have any sense. So i'm to get my social media private because smart idea but if y'all wanna find you don't read it and type in burke cooked be you are okay. I do random little streams talking about my life and also the vast majority is just the life as a college history student and just fun weird history stuff and that's actually how they all found me. I think you said that at the beginning and just being like i say this has a history major and a practitioner of history. The first podcast. I listen to you. if you guys was adjunct. Churchill gotta give props y'all thank you. I sat there and listened to it and the amount of stuff. Y'all digged up on that boy that crazy crazy crazy beautiful history was. I was impressed. I was truly impressed with especially with not being. You know part with the discipline of history which i believe is a little exclusive. In my opinion. I don't like how things are written and how things are told by. Y'all y'all dudes are awesome. Thank you much Everybody else out there. If i you are curious like bare said b. You are cook on read. It just followed them. Yeah check him out. Dude got some serious kick ass streams and we will catch you guys next monday thanks again..
"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"She basically just kept feeding the. It's information and so the american government had this big meeting. Watt it was it was truman winston churchill and stalin. They met up in. I can't exactly remember when and where discuss like what was going to happen to post germany. And that day they tested the nuclear bomb talmas and basically as a way to threaten russia. Because at that time we were more or less positive that as soon as this war was over we're gonna get into a pissing match with russia trimming said we've just tested weapon the weapons and stalin and must chill fucking possibles like bosnia. We're not we're not scared because you already fucking knew about the project. Yeah yeah so. Essentially is like a secret weapon. We already know about it. Fuck you us. And the truman was thinking. Yeah we're gonna tell them about the you know we're going to tell them about this. Ultimate destruction device out can wipe out cities in a blink of an eye and stalin. Just like was unfazed is like. Oh that's cool. Let's keep talking about what we're talking about. And i trimmed was truly surprised. What the fuck and it was all thanks to That dude ocean to get back to back british dude right class for some reason. I just want to say for church. It s h s class fox fox essentially and he just eat and it was all because the british you're like guys this dudes. This tide is flocking. Taste shit a mike Even the high like oppenheimer the gentleman who was primarily the gentleman who created bomb become debt destroyer of worlds after he created the nuke ties to communist party. And like the american government was keeping a fucking i on. That boy is focused on. If you fucking slip up say anything pro commie. You're going to be out of the program. Actually treated thinks nuclear bombs going to help because we originally developed the bomb for germany. They were planning on dropping the bomb on berlin or other german military cities but they should surrender right before the bomb was fully developed in like. Oh well fuck what are we gonna drop it now because there's two schools of thought stairs traditional history revisionist history traditional histories like we dropped the bomb era cm at nagasaki to save lives which is partially true and then revision sisters own reason to drop. The bomb was to intimidate russia. Which again it's also partially true to the middle ground. Which is the full picture. Is that the bob one to save. American japanese lives because the the predicted deaths of americans alone whereas in the two hundred thousand within a months and that's not including the japanese populace and we saw back in some of the other islands that they were willing to commit suicide before. Surrender to the americans. Oh yeah we just talked about that. I think it was last week. Peleliu last yeah fucking crazy find themselves off cliffs and so the so both historical groups have it point to be made they reject the other side revisions reject the fact that it did save lives and their traditional side projects. The fact that you know we we truly did do it to intimidate the russians saying hey look at the. We'll get this motherfucking weapon. Come step with us. You'll get fucking newt fair and prepare exactly like step to us. You try to spend that tommy believing yours. You're gonna you're gonna get a face full of duke. Yeah you spread that calm you blame for yours. Get fucking nuked. So that's how our nuclear program was really leaked was through claus. And that's that's the weird fuck in history of oakridge this secretive city that no one really knew about like everyone knew about but no one knew what was happening in it and just some of the weird compromises the weird decisions that the american never made good american government made deciding the city and it shows how in some ways we adopted communist believes in you know not segregated tiered housing arrangements based off of one's position and also shows of the failures of early. You know early. America will not early america but know developing america where we did have racist beliefs but at the same time this bomb helped save. Thousands upon thousands of lives may maybe potentially millions vehicle to japanese dam. That was the most communist perfect kentucky. Night communist no. That was great. Oh my but ache Bear and we will will. And you like i guarantee it. We will have you on again. This has been a fucking black man. This was a pleasure. And i honestly like big skew strict this much beer own. Yeah same here hanging out with you guys even before the podcast started. Talk for a minute and you.
"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"Totally different from tennessee. Is guys from fucking boston. Come get the manhattan project named after the manhattan project originated. Fellas like a small building within manhattan. That's how that name came about. And so you had new york accents. California accidents washington ash accents mid western accents. And so like all the guys from like the glorious notch. Syllabi lack wireless. We don't take can lead year around. Scooter gave you get some weird like clean-shaven nicely dressed new yorker walking. Peta hell creating you get the shopkeeper. Pop a shock and rackers backed away. You can't freeze you from enjoying this way more than i should. i'm not gonna. i'm not like my legitimate. Reasons dislike agreed because you had a bunch of random idiots common in from out of town by all your shit at eight and your kids in sports they would see like these big train just dry rolling on by to knoxville head to a full of supplies and rain of material and nobody was on them. They just who was getting special treatment. That's true yeah i didn't. They're thinking we're just down the road like what's so special about this new fucking city. It makes sense. Yeah well so when a bridge was first created it was called site x until like and it was i over time it was called aggreage named after locational sort of in and like there. Was this one story where this one lady like. Some some shop in knoxville said. Hey where are you from. He's okay what do you do. She goes she goes. I couldn't tell you. I don't know what i do and even if i did what i did i couldn't tell you she's which it besides the absolutely bad shit crazy sense of security and secrecy with an oak ridge. I'm so focused on like these kids. Sports teams. i'm me. Just me just thinking aloud. I'm gonna say they're their elementary school. Team was called the site x agents and all their uniforms were just solid black and they just like fuck these other teams over. And everybody's like oh my god. They're so intimidating okay. Let me so when he gets drunk. And we're recording. He focuses on one thing and keep back to ask how funny it is. Ask me. i don't by talking about all weird shit. Why gone oh. I just had something. My train of thought just went off and bridge. That i do that. I'm on my tenth year right now up you can literally there was another story got affected. remember it. i. I literally thinking like oh this would be a great thing to add to it because it wasn't a my notes because it just popped into line. It just vanished again. Oh so you had just talked about the lady She she was talking about where she was from. And how if she could tell them what she was doing she but like back. I'll remember rick sooner or later but it's the churches that's right so there was a lot of religious group in nineteen forty and a lot of people are christians and so the oak ridge built. The first church was called lose called the church on the hill. Where for them. Something that matter. And it was just this little white church and cyclists each and so basically you had shit tunnel of people from all you know all different types of locks of faith and different religions in the group team jewish and whatnot and so they're all fighting over this one building and so essentially they would end up getting to you. Had to essentially the military police like you have to have a minimum of minimum of one hundred person congregation to be granted access to a building. A lot of these churches were in local like mary's like the theater in people's houses. And that's how a lot of these started and it really helped with. Everyone had to keep secrets. But you know church ever was considered a congregational family and it really helped with like dealing with these. Secrecy is always. That's what a lot of people said. Dude the minister of the christchurch new every government secret every just about the catholic church that must popped up there sooner or later. I didn't read about the catholic. There have been more any any time someone came in. This guy's hands are shaking. Like i don't want to talk to the fbi and police. You just hold silence. Nineteen eleven just stage. He was an agent all along. God just like you say nuclear one time. I'm putting a bullet through your fucking skull. God approved. I love it this. I'd never give me a second. I'm sorry no you're good. You're like ten beers. There's three me fast break debt. So you didn't even notice. I already left again. Turns to me and he goes. Hey i'll be right back. Like just miming it. He's like good positive Jesus christ so what. I looking over your notes. I see that you've got some shit here about potential spies like buys it. That are that. They're aware of on the american government when like Offending people to actually hire into grid. They basically let no-one through who they suspected to be a spy but they made one mistake. They trusted the british too much san. That always gets me. So the british had a grip scientists that this end over to creation a couple i in richmond and The other place. Because i can't remember the name of it and and the americans okay we. Y'all did a background check. But we're going to do a background check and a minute new. These guys are fucking shit there. There are best friends. You don't need to worry about them at all. Because i you know what i just to shut you up okay. We'll background check them. What are the people that slipped through. Their net was a gentleman by the name of class fought s and he was he basically was a communist and he reported pretty much everything that happened in oak ridge back to the back to the communist government and he he ended up in los alamos at one point and.
"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"He looked like he wasn't doing fun. In the trenches near verdun. Kate i got there. Was this one story where she goes This one housewife's like you couldn't escape the mind you would walk into an apartment and all you ever did was cleaned the mud the floors at the school for covered in mud. They had people like shovels. That was shoveling the mud out of these locations. That's so easy to me like you would think it's a city. That's based around something so volatile that they would go okay. We need to make sure that the roads in the walkways are completely clear. But i mean what the fuck do i know. So even the way. The highest of officials were allowed to drive cars onto the. It's like the white k plane and went to buses and a lot of the accounts talked about how you like. Just a thick layer of mud caked onto the floor these buses lord and you couldn't escape the mud and these people that's all. They were all of the secrecy all the weird shit down. Finally but the pod then over member faded. I remember my My spotlight detector tests not so bad but that fucking mutt invalid pt every single inch of their life. It can never escape it until way later. Was there started. Able to star. Pave roads helped a little bit for the most part. It just was a constancy of mud. I talking about civilian life again. Like i said you know. The government tried to make it this as a a poster boy experience for the american person knitting american people and so to help recruit people into grid because you have bike dudes and black suits walk up to you and say hey we have a job offer for. You can't tell you hurt. We kicked tell you where it's applicant. Tell you what what you'd be doing but let me tell you the pace it. Okay and you'll be helping. The americans beat you know the nazis and japanese which is usually enough. I mean. I'm sure it was enticing as well because they say hey look you don't have to worry about the draft like yeah. We're not going to send you overseas. You're going to be with your family. We're going to set you up a nice little city. We'll pay you well. But you're not to have to fuck in shoot nazis and leave your family and potentially die chance that there's a a uranium overload and you'll die which we'll talk about later anyways so ways. They entice people that like their school system was absolutely fucking insane. I'm sure usually basically you just had like you. D really have to have a bachelor degree back in to teach whatever degree like the people who they are getting like bachelors from like jail and an master's degrees the teach to teach students. Because if you've got gotta city for scientists might as well make the little shits smart too. I mean it makes sense like a in their scope of things. They probably weren't thinking that you know the voice going to end in three to four years. They're thinking there's a chance that this goes on for ten fifteen so if we i don't wanna say groom. I hate the word group. I fucking hate saying kids. Get the children teaching these kids to become nuclear scientists. Like you start teaching that shape young some smart ass kid exactly so the funny thing is even today the scores higher on like state and federal exams than the regions around them and like so that high standard of education stuck. And like. here's another really funny story. That i learned about was that people. The students who are in sports had some so they would have to travel out of town for sports for the most part and the each have to have a badge to exit and re enter the city. And so there's a couple of times where the coach be sitting there and he goes all dot your badges and like one guy races. Hey in turn all fucking around go back. Go to the security station through that. The student was actually university of the bridge. And get that badge getchampion kyle. You're holding this up really late. This was explicitly about in the research From the documents in la oral histories. That i listen to the people who link them had to be confused they had to. I feel like yeah oak ridge. Whatever sports team they are and they're like what the fuck. Where are the hill from. Like another from that area and like. Hey where are you do. I'm sorry sir. I can't tell you that i can't tell you that. Mean they just i. There's other teams must been so confused because also a bridge. Apparently like was the sheet sports as kids. These kids are calculating. The fucking velocity of the ball. It comes out of a baseball swing at this at approximately thirty seven degree angle. I can hate it over the fence. That's two hundred and fifty two feet away and loved these other. Kids are like bro. Were sexual he'd fucking baseball. Football teams baseball teams. They absolutely trance normalcy city schools and whatnot. And you just gotta be like you gotta be. There's other schools first off. Their distracted by like acclaimed desk died city injury into the sports. Secondly you've got these stoic ass motherfucker in students. I'm sorry. I can't tell you where from and in this get out of athleticism from these students who just like bob. Fuck these kids out of nowhere. Like the opposite teams go dude. Where did you learn how to play baseball so well. I can't answer that question without being investigated investigated by the us government. Please step aside or you can tell you or the state for five is away. There's a red laser on your forehead right now. I can't answer that. I can answer it but you'll never play baseball again. But back onto the subject of like the knock civilians so like oakridge had more or less unlimited ration stamps. Because greece was always growing the stores there. They never stopped shelving. Things were always running out of material so a lot of people would go to oak ridge to obtain materials. There are a lot of people from rodrigo knoxville to get like clothing food. Extra stuff and i d patriot. Great form did knoxville. Like you would have people basically saying for the fuck came from what like these people are showing up out of nowhere different accents. They're not from the region was gonna see you've got like x. Like not necessarily always that's ex nazis but like x. Like jewish scientists. That are leaving totally.
"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"Interment camps are completely different. Things oh yeah so speaking of that just a railroad and goff entirely on the topic. I'm planning a trip to the What what was it called the dugway. Interment camp yes. Yeah we got one of those just in our just in our state right here. If i find anything cool i'll send you the pictures. Here's the funny thing about that again. Another sidebar today entire conversation. We're just getting off topic. That's what our podcast is. All about some of the worst things i've read about the camps themselves were particularly awful. They were nowhere near compared to the japanese. Pow camps or the jewish jewish holocaust camps and whatnot. But what was really bad. That like neighbors of these japanese japanese americans would sell their business excel. Japanese american businesses and land. Because they're for like three years and so we can get a quick bucket just sold their land or business someone else. Yes so you know. I gotta i gotta emphasize it wasn't. It was nowhere near as bad as again as the japanese interment camps or a japanese. The german concentration camps. What we did some fucked up shit was still back to my Mike great grandfather worked in a german german italian. Pow camp up in idaho. He had some fun stories about that. I will talk about some sometimes. We treat you know over prisoners pretty great compared to like the germans whatnot yes was was basically teaching them trade different trades and like education and a bunch of either when they were shipped off. They came back or they just stayed. Please let me be. Podcast loft just sitting there listening about that. Yeah let's see. I'll talk to my grandmother. She's got a lot of sources newspaper articles journals and stuff from it such and so like there was one time near the end of the war. This high-ranking scientists. I'd have this in my notes but i remember reading about it actually i i listen. Ges oral history. He basically marched up to one of the higher ups. And said you're gonna tell me what's going on here. I'm going to quit. And he said and higher up basically said. I can neither confirm this. You're correct i eat. He basically he's yeah he's like i can't say that you're right but i'm i'm djing waking your direction really hard. He's here not right. But you're definitely not wrong. Exactly exactly and i when we finally dropped the ball on here shema. Which was the. We dropped two different bombs. The first one was the uranium bomb which was on here she made a second was the second one. Was the plutonium bomb on nagasaki. And the difference between them is the here. Shema bomb used a platoon uranium bullet that slammed into another pc radium which caused critical mass plutonium. Bomb implosion. they they know how to release like did the Tony bomb to go off. Because tony minutes a byproduct of enriching uranium and so basically what they did was they need a sphere plutonium and put a shit ton of like c. Two which is like early pharmacy. Four alive it was a malleable explosive. And they basically made a bigger sphere around it with your plutonium sphere suspended in between it and then all of the like they had detonation caps. All around the city to and then they ignited which would include the plutonium. Which would cause critical mass. It sounds like something that i could put together like doing but if these things together make a big boom. Here's the funny thing in. Our government ran an experiment and basically gave the library to to average college students or something like that and like build a nuclear bomb. They were able to do with the information at hand. You're a nuclear bomb. Becomes to produce is either able. It's enriching uranium enriching uranium. As when i told again i could be completely wrong. His nuclear physicists or chemists but ace lamer disclaimer. The way i have been told the way. I understand it is basically the way you get. The enriched uranium is basically you spend uranium really hard and it it will fling off the heavier uranium particles in and they basically catch those. And that's how you make the rich uranium very much. I mean i m s or a nuclear physicist but i have a very deep interest in both of those topics. And you're pretty much right. Yeah they basically put it in a giant centrifuge. These and one of these big carnival rides where you got them. What the one that it's like. Why the fuck did they let me on that. When i was seven ratio forty feet in the air or something like that and and i just got on top that catches you rich uranium. And that's what they were doing in all three cities. I don't like this is bullshit and thing is that's why it takes so long. Like you enriched uranium. I think there's an easier process now but like nineteen forties is basically like a lot like contact the local circus. Let's spin this bitch. Put a fair deal on its side. We're going day. Babe laid tina perfect comparison. You heard it here first to make a nuke you all you need is a babe played a little bit of uranium so Like i said by the end of the war. It was sort of like the worst kept secret with in the cities outside. The city's no-one fucking knew about it. Like they just knew. These places existed A really interesting things that Knoxville tennessee was was the closest large city by krige and knocks billions. I think that's how you would say it. Yeah i like that. Knoxville's die something absolutely fucking headed grinch people And they could easily tell them apart by you saw. Do you walk down. The street and his pants and shoes were just caked in mud. That dude summer rich. This guy is fucking like stormed. The beaches of normandy..
"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"Known as bill. Basically two straight up dead pants and goes. I can't tell you if you're right or wrong. Let's burn the stuff you have. Who's bill there is no like i couldn't discuss and like propagating things. If they were lower level only the really high levels sh- really was going on. The funny thing is though by the time by the time we started doing actual nuclear tests. It was basically held sacred with sorted. Knew what we were doing. It's just that they weren't allowed to talk about it. Yeah it's like once you see all those mushroom clouds popping up over the hill kinda offi sits like a. It's like a appreciate. Ah catholic church. Everyone knows that he's doing a little boy's bathroom. Like the nazis who everyone knew what the jewish world it one hundred percent and. I'm glad you mentioned we'll talk about this after the war even then maybe maybe only after i beat the shit out of my family and i- drunkenly cry about it to my wife as ten years drink days and so it's sorta help keep morale up a lot of these so the government employment implemented a lot of social programs within the city. They opened up a theater. And of course the first thing they showed was very patriotic. As you do this and they just continued to do like they were hold dances and concerts. Hell before and by the local By the locals and a bunch of the dances they would have you know. Popular music played and people could interact. They give out beer and a lot of people that a lot of things with weight and what they did. But we're that secrecy also came some downsides. I really big example was is that Several people were killed at the gate of oak ridge for various reasons. Why it was only a slight downside. Yeah only only lost like forty people that they they wouldn't just like if someone just walked up to the fence they just wouldn't go. Hey you're not supposed to know about this place you're going to die. Should just ask fast questions later. It wasn't like that was one example. They were about a plumber or a metalworker came was called to help fix very important problem. That was ever explained really and He came up to the wrong gate. And they're like hey you're security info on your bad. Your guest is on the other is on the other side of the bridge at that. Gate is doubts about a forty five to fifty minute detour to get back to that location. And so. I don't have time for this. This is sort of an emergency. I'm going to go ahead and go like surf. You go past escape. We will be forced to shoot you and the gentleman's job to to you can't stop me. That's and dedication to the craft fucking pike's to fix shitter logged essentially and he just goes in gaza look more gangster style popped back exactly right as you said gangster style. I did the the ham thing with the gun. Held to the cy sideways. For this bitch. Man so what more about the Like wizard were there any other events that you would recorded that where people just getting shot for entering. Uh so that's one i got. I know there was other ones. That happened I never really got into the military files because some of them are really hard to get to talk to washington. Dc get into those files or to agree which admittedly is only like two hours away from me but like it's two hours how to get in my car and drive that far rotary exact to potentially get murdered trying to oakridge after the war took like three years and they opened it up to public city. Because you know dropped. It's sorta hard high too secret. You don't say weird you ever archive dot org. No i use mostly jay store in my colleges archive and then like a one of the books that i got some of my research out of elders. Two books what was called behind the fence the other one is called pluto. Pia which is it's a whole book. Comparing american and russian nuclear cities like where we had nuclear plants and whatnot. That's a beautiful fucking erection on so far. Here's the here's the full title for pluto. Pia nuclear families atomic sydney's and the great american plutonium disasters. Let i it talks about the construction of nuclear cities. The life within these new cities some of the propaganda propagated by both russian and americans and then some of the ridiculous disasters that happened within them. Beauty right up your alley. All the prostitution. Another one is like behind the fence. Which is solely focused on grij. And that's where i got some oral histories from just a lot of really interesting. And i can't just gives you crazy shit. You just hear about like. I'm so constantly. These people were being like tested for lie detectors and whatnot and secrecy was just a stay night. Lie detector tests. Essentially you go into work like rain. They would randomly stop people on the street to see their credentials for like random drug tests. Yeah for gonna lie detector test more than my work. Drug tests like this documented cases where like military police because again this entire area. The entire city was owned by the military military and Like a group. Vp's would just walk up to a person's. I can't see her credentials and you have to wipe out this little carnivore badge and say i'm know i'm definitely not a spy. You sound real guilty. When you're saying that i certainly not a commie. I'm sure that that was going to back then. Yeah i'm certainly not a communist. And i'm certainly not a nazi and i'm also not japanese..
"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"You got a doghouse. Like they're playing was in again. This is strictly a quote a negro village within sight But that didn't work out because again. The city was expanding so large. Okay you're going to have to live outside the city fence. She pushed him out. Further and further. Some okra of the oakridge was extremely basically. This role mountain land and i think was like twenty minutes away so the city could expand. Pretty you know pretty comfortably without running into anyone. But soon as that starts happening people would have to. You know and still a bridge. I don't think it's ever expanded into an town yet. Sense to my knowledge so the more german and white you were the bigger house you got taken away from this. Well funnily enough huggy cure a german. They're actually sort of suspicious of you unless you're one of those jewish scientists in the area and this was sort of a melting pot of culture. They had people from washington california new york the parts of the south people from you know the mid mid western ouija region as long as you had the credentials to end the skill to being agreed. They will put you in there. Of course if you weren't southern white the more the more jewish in white house all out. That's okay i'm slightly. You just got a drop of jewish blood and so one of the funny things. I found interesting. Was it sort of resembled. Ussr era you know housing. You know depending on who you were. What your position was in the society and your job where you live. All those higher ups within the nicer apartments in the us are if you're factory worker you'd be put in an apartment or some sort classic best. This is dick yalies as bad as this and the funny thing is crying. Missile interesting crisis statistics within krige areas. Where the dormitories which were extremely high density areas and small square. Mileage crying was higher is usually schroeck. Lower wage workers theft and whatnot and and sort of shows. You know high high density populations you know like the crime. In of course it didn't compared to the ussr. Cry where you had prostitution rings and shit going on in those in these like the construction of these nuclear villages but it shows how this compact area rule is really getting to people. And then then we get to the secrecy. Yes i save a lotta people the best word about histories the secrecy and decides great. I'm gonna. I'm gonna quote that you heard it here. First genocide is when so you ought to be. You'd have a big background check on to agree before you got hired yet. A background check to make sure you didn't have not to your communist ties more last j. o. And so when mating. But when a person i entered a day were subjugated to a lie detector. Test sometimes Rain lie detector tests just to see now houses it and whatnot and then when you first moved there you also had to do you all try to sign a declaration of secrecy which basically was a waiver that says you talk about your job to anyone including family members or your spouse so angry snow. Nothing i mean. That's currently what we're doing with this podcast because my wife doesn't know about it it's fine is my my extremely religious parents. Never find out about this podcast. I'm in the clear. I'll still be in the will be shot man. I told everyone perfect. Good and we'll. The secrecy actually took big tall. Oak ridge actually had an extremely high rate of divorce There was a study that was conducted in it contributed to change an economic and the social economic changes within the city as well as how women being given actual jobs within the city. And i disagree with that it was. It was definitely played a role in that secrecy from your spouses and family members and co workers really had to take a mental toll on the field. Back up a quick minute. You mean to tell me that keeping secrets from someone you're married to benefit girlfriend constantly d- my relationships born lies. Who's who's isn't this point. Everything's just my My browser history. Thank you very and so. Here's a really funny thing. So i've gone through a bunch of oral histories given by people who into krige one of them. Was this woman maim missa dug in and she remarks about the secrecy as such. I remember asking a little boy who has about seven or eight years old. I guess where he come from. He said. I'm sorry. But i can't give you that information. Even the children mind secrets i need. This isn't this isn't i kissed susie susie who behind the church now. It's i can't tell you where i come from. I'm sorry i wish that he just he responded goes bitch listen i tell you i gotta kill you pretty much. The wave off the fuck out of here. It is picture this kid with scars on his face. The most horrigan will face on it. I'm sorry i can't tell you that. He's not scruff on his face by shaving it with a knife he just has a child seis mall view s uniform as small. Now get the fuck out of my way cigar honor on her arm. Get the fuck outta here get questions. Even what's even more interesting. Coworkers worked. Talk talk talk about like what. They're doing dr abbas he was a scientist worked within the white k plant which was one of the the nuclear facilities there and he was going over the theories of what he thought was going on with an oak ridge and he rodion whiteboard and he said nobody discussed openly. What we were doing. I remember. I had been here a few days when dr film. A co worker of his wasn't dormitory on road out. Some quesions to set bill. 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"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"When it's done the same. The funny thing is that it was mathias. In you know these people were were very like nato the wartime ulm we're employment groups in wartime construction groups. They're not go ahead and use them all and the literally just more or less forced into using them and so the original plan for oak ridge call for thirteen thousand. People live there in the consideration of towns and whatnot and minor cities and forties. That's a decent sized city. It's nothing like you know. Raleigh or california. Some of the season is by the after three years they are already at seventy five thousand and so the construction of the area or does that mean a lot of the stuff was just hastily built and thrown together. I mean so. It didn't pay fruits at the time. So was this like people were aware of growing city or it was just like the government was kind of notifying people. Hey move to these cities so the way to get into the city. Because if he were recruited by the government they wouldn't know about it The people who really knew about oakridge more knoxville people who've knoxville tennessee. And i'll get into later but they are very much. They just knew that there was a cd out there or a military complex and they were taking all their ship and they were always beating them a chess tournaments in highschool these fucking oak ridge. Kids down smart sexually construction started. They had three forms of housing archie. Technically four and i'll get to the fourth one here in a minute. So the first one was dormitories and apartments and within the first year they had over three three thousand houses built and they had they don't they group them into almost like suburbs. You had housing complex housing complexes sinner of like almost like a small town hall and sydney sydell center in these housing complexes and when they first started they had three dormitories and roughly twenty seven hundred houses built by the end of the war. The toys alone number eighty five forty four. When you were sitting this up like you know. Last time we talked to you. I was imagining like You know fifteen cabins like demands. Maybe a mess hall balloon city. Damn this air in the seventies that the suburb blah. That i talked about they were like these guys knew about ridge at that point and were like we're crash into a nuclear reactor. It made sense for me after. I did my research on like the hijacking a few weeks ago. Oh it's a city but like vertu growth that bulking quickly and just a matter of what you said a year or two three three years. Jesus they had. They had eighty two new dormitories apartments in under three years. I ve infrastructure was so bad there that they didn't have paid through and it was all mind that was actually things that everyone no matter. All the other shitty things that had happened was that hype mud that that is just not built. Like four cabins is here. Just focus on paving our roads through logs in the road. Anything grapple bodies whatever the The sidewalks plagues essentially never muddy. Wouldn't it sounds like a like. Oh fuck what. Is it not waco but it sounds like a really shitty colt more like a really low funded cult i shared on the american government. Little bit let. Let's look at near russian version of their nuclear cities worse. They use political prisoners and forced labor cities. At what point the government control what it was the prisoners like there was a constant. They were starving people in the streets. There was a lot of death from starvation in the military force. They're they're bared could be considered a ghetto for less. Meanwhile these damn americans would like step in mud. I did you know miracle crappy crappy shit with know segregation and whatnot and today get the russians. They killed everyone from bill. Hey we don't talk bad about the. Us government on this show is non pressure points so the rachel plan is going to be a cd had one area for african americans and the other area for caucasians. Well the city was grow. I grew so fast. The swiftly abandoned that and said yeah. I knew african americans to live outside the city and commute she. She's also we're not gonna give you a bus. You fuck even get buses and whatnot but more or less but instead of you can live inside the fence outside of. We'll give you a bus but you have to sit in the back of it and there's no air conditioning. It's really you really bumpy road. Good old nineteen forties america so There were three types of houses. You could get type house. Aide type c type dean tech house. Be and all of them. Were type of anyway. It was really small and that type house. Diva was really big. So going from a lot larger. He's basically on houses. Everything was pre everything was prefabbed and connected on site at bridge. And the way that you like where you was decided on three major factors. The first one was your family size. So if you're just there by yourself you live in the dormitory. If he had a wife you might live in the dormitory. You might live in an apartment. Then the second was your mulholland actually Yes city so like your position in the facility. If you were just a lonely janitor you'd almost be in with your family or a small apartment with your family team. Were important important. Task was not better position. Lived in such as like if you were higher up. Maybe nuclear engineer. You live in houses and depending on your family size that would determine where you would live in. What type house you again. The the third factor was race. If i'm just about to make a joke like and if you weren't white.
"oak ridge" Discussed on Pressure Points
"Is bear cook. I'm a senior at western carolina university. I'll be graduating with a degree in history and public history museum shit. I got into history because my father. He's unrelenting train. Mirrored four history ner by the due date like. Your dad has a fucking like train t-shirt website correct. Yeah flooring company wego go away from new york all the way down to florida and all the way out to california for conventions. Florida but whole of california florida a florida. Yeah it would be penis. Sorta just this. Yes it's just yet. okay that like it. It blows my fucking mind having like a family base on history because mine was just like. Oh yeah our family. History that we're going to focus on his mormonism and it's the dumbest shit in the world. That's it's so you work. Remind me where does that. You're working in what you do. So when i'm not in college or not doing my museum internship. I worked for a company that restores historical railcars the company. I worked for restored robert rank link. Deputy robert lincoln's private railcar. The sunbeam which is like a Eighteen late eighteenth century wooden railcar restored completely nine currently helping restore a one thousand nine hundred twenty. Six point palace railcar. Jesus christ beautiful fucking gorgeous. We will very likely get pictures. Posted up those if anybody is interested in seeing there beautiful beautiful cars which i was able to work on that one the sunday in which was robert car lengths car. I mean i got to see pictures of the documentary and michael crap. I wish i was able to be a part of that team. It's fucking so in typical. Dna fashion We have better to talk about a research project into the city based around the manhattan project. One of three yet. We now a couple of weeks ago. I mentioned oakridge which will be one that the one of the main ones bear talks about that I mean it's all yours take it away man. Philipson will probably just pop in and out and talk shit every once in a while interrupt you go to give a little. Bit of background on shot tennessee. You which is part of the need bombs were created. I gotta talk about the manhattan project and the manhattan project was started by a couple of german and austrian scientists who were chased out of germany during world war right before world. War two and gentleman by the name of alexander sash and again. I probably butcher that name. I'm not very good with german. Jewish names a. You're good we don't know how to pronounce fucking anything on this show. So don't sweat. Well he he. Sort of realized that the nazis atomic bomb and so they had no idea what they knew all. This could do shit ton of damage so they tried for a little bit to get the government attention and ultimately failed and so they go to our einstein. You know they're real genius. Man not never heard who is that some kind of immigrant and basically k. You need to talk to after about this. And so he signed the letter. Basically saying hey. The nazis to build a bomb era can wipe out unknown damage and so not a concentration task him cyanide. Et mustard gas. It's not the flame thought. What could it be. what else is there and so. Fdr almost immediately calls him his cabinet and says we got to do something and of immune hadn't project is born and in eighteen. Forty two general lease groves approves the creation of oak ridge along with richland washington and oh shoebox one in Not san antonio. Oh shoot there. Was one in nevada yell. It's literally tested nuke button. The nukes ad. Oh fuck not tone about. They don't know it's it's it's almost that's what it this is why we have a historian on so that he gets up and so they They created three cities. Rachel and bridge and los alamos. Each one word literally secret cities they popped up out of nowhere and Pretty much grew overnight in a grid when creating a grid the kicked out hundreds of farmers of from their homes and basically said young. We're not going to tell you why you got. Yeah two weeks maybe out. Who would have thought that the government could move quickly on something. These farmers alike like we're gonna compensated. It's not gonna be compensated. Forgive me about three fifty. You're supposed to have two weeks to get out but sometimes that doesn't happen. You're going to get a week biggest. Fuck out exactly. Yeah into the immediately start construction on oak ridge in these three cities. And you'd think that you know. The creation of the most powerful terrifying weapon of all time would transcend race in boundaries. But no they were pretty racist in the workforce in richland a gentleman by the name of matthias who was in charge of building richland basically refused use any labor that wasn't white and was essentially forced into it was they started falling behind schedule and he was quoted staying something along. The lines of maui need a third segregation camp for the hispanics or the mexicans pick. They can't forget. Have moving the blacks and whites and can have complete aggression. In that sense. I was gonna say. That was one thing that i read about it was. It really surprised me that they were. I mean obviously for the time it probably was acceptable. But when i first read that they were insisting on it being a segregated cities i was like what the fuck and then i was like. Oh well this is the forties but say the new doesn't care what code of your skin is because it's gonna be the same color.
"oak ridge" Discussed on Further Together the ORAU Podcast
"Right. It's Oprah, right? That's exactly and and they would send me feedback that said things like wage. I wasn't sure I was going to have a laptop for college and now I do and that oh my gosh, that's just huge my parents were worried about being able to get me a laptop for college and now they don't have to worry about that. Thank you. Thank u a r c for doing that for us. And so this year because of the virtual environment we needed to also provide laptops to the middle school students dead. And we just don't want technology to be a reason that students can't participate so they all had a laptop. They're all the same which made troubleshooting easier for us sure and we were even cable through the generosity of the arc to provide Wireless MiFi hotspots to students who did not have internet access at home. We had about ten participants who just had no reliable internet they had dial-up so they couldn't be on a zoom or they had zero home internet and we provided those hot spots for them with six months of service. So they are still able to use them right now for their fault projects at school, which a lot of schools are doing hybrid things or still had a lot of online things kid gets quarantined and now they're virtual for two weeks. Those 10 people are also still able to have internet access on their laptops that we sent them for this program. So cool. I think it's absolutely one of the best things about the program. Not only are we getting students excited about stem giving them knowledge about stem but we're also gave them access to equipment over the the years that we've been doing this program. The equipment that we've infused into the region is is its own kind of effect right off these students middle school students, even they take home their wind turbine back in 2009 that they built in Oak Ridge and share it with their students in the in their classes. They shared their teacher and now it's a force multiplier even more people get to learn about it because the participants become ambassadors for the program. Right? Right well and giving the phone know those students are going to need a laptop, you know, either one needs a lot of time, right? So now they've One their parents don't have to worry about buying one for them. So you're taking a little bit of stress. All of our situation any other half of that about if you one of the reasons that we at are see our our so glad to be able to do that is that yes, it takes the stress out the parents. Yes, they could get rid of it. But it's a physical manifestation of the investment. We're putting into them. Yes, and for us we're all about investing and and every time they sit down whether it be now here we are team member October or whatever it is. They know that someone believed in them enough to say this is yours. And I think that's a huge huge not to be underestimated today..
Miami - Well-known South Florida personal injury attorney killed in murder-suicide, family said
"Florida attorney is under investigation. Hollywood. It happened just before 10 this morning when neighbours in the Oak Ridge subdivision off Sterling Road heard several gunshots in the 3200 block of South West 49th Street. Street. Hollywood Hollywood police police officer officer Christian Christian Lotte Lotte says says two two men men were were found found dead dead in in the the home home for for the the investigation investigation revealed revealed there there was was a a third third victim victim and and that that victim victim was was transported transported Memorial Memorial Regional hospital and stable but serious condition. Neighbours identified the victim as personal injury. Attorney Robert Finster shy banned his son. No word yet on a motive. Wendy Grossman, NewsRadio, 6 10
"oak ridge" Discussed on Faith Health & Home
"Most about being on the road is connecting with the fans. Well I. Think. That's a big deal. Well first of all you know, we miss each other. You know we we we we over the course of the years. We have become the best France, and I think one of the reasons. We've been able to experience. Long Jetty in the music. Business is because we have developed a voice basis special relationship between the four of us, you know each guy in the group is different. Each guy brings something different to the table so to speak, but that's that's a big part of. Of our appeal and over the course of the years we've learned to respect that difference and I think. We all realise a long time ago that we need each other, so we pull together as a team. You know we're a true brotherhood. We actually like each other. We're the best of friends and especially now that we're older I think we get along by them on. We were younger, so so we miss each other. We miss the Camaraderie the Brotherhood that exists between the four of us, but then yes, we missed. You know the fans that you know is very difficult to to have a concert diaper I show or performance without feedback from the audience. If people are friends are so very very important to us and You know so so that is. I think. Along with the friendship that we miss between the four balk. At the Oak Ridge, boys, we missed the feeling an exciting that we get from our fans, and so we are certainly looking forward to Middle of July Bombard Star playing a couple of days, and then once we're getting a dog looks like we're going to be able to work quite a basis. We're looking forward to days, so we can actually see our findings again and at and and more able to take our music live to our fans into our audience. Yea Bet you are and that's something that actually radiates through I unfortunately haven't been able to see you all in person, but I've seen a lot of television performances,.
"oak ridge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I scour the tech news every single day. Looking for just the content that you need to know and filter through all the garbage for our consumer tech update that you can hear on about 300 stations are breaking news alerts, of course, on our website and our newsletters. And then here on our three hour weekend show, we're going to start with something that Well, if you just bought a superfast, shiny laptop, and you're wondering, like, Wow, this is really fast. It's not fast because it's not a supercomputer. First of all, let's define what a supercomputer is. We're talking about massive amounts of computations for everything from weather forecasting. Quantum computing quantum mechanics. They're trying to find new medicines, Of course. So take one at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Lab. The summit. I know it is going to sound really strange, but it's a 200 petaflop machine that can perform. 20 quadrillion calculations per second. Okay, That laptop just bought this things about a 1,000,000 times faster, and it's built by IBM and video and so fastest in the world. Well, it was the fastest in the world because now there's a new super Super super computer that has overtaken the summit. It's Japan's new Fuku supercomputer, and so forget some. It's 200 petaflop. This one comes with 415. Taken before I'm nearly three times the number of calculations. They actually say. You know what we could even make it faster than that. But it might be a short stay just in that first place. The U. S Department of Energy as a new supercomputer on the way called the frontier that Khun supposedly process about 1.5 except flops per second. Okay. And exit flop is one continuous operations of a second. Just know like this thing is beyond fast. So, which should make the fact who supercomputer seem like A real flop, alright number to a hidden map with no treasure. What's going on with that? Well, A big topic of late has, of course, been contact tracing, especially when it comes from location data on your phone, and the whole idea is behind it is that you know if you are near somebody who has Kovar 19 and you'll be alerted, and it raises some questions that a lot of people are starting to think about about how your phone already tracks where you go. You know your phone nose everywhere you've been no matter was an iPhone or an android. It's not just your daily compute. This thing has been popping up in the news lately, and I'll tell you That we actually have been talking about this same feature for many years. So if you're a regular Kim commando show listener and be like I knew that But in your phone, there's something called significant locations and buried really, really deep in your iPhone settings, and it shows where you go the most, whether it's homework. Maybe it was once your favorite restaurant before the pandemic hit. But in case you want to see it, go to privacy, location services, and they have to scroll all the way the bottom it, says Systems services. And it's kind of hidden like I said, and then you see significant locations Now once you get there, Bingo. It's the jackpot of the past months or years of your life, just waiting for prying eyes of bosses. Investigators, lawyers exes you name it if you want to get rid of it, or you miss those.
"oak ridge" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Think my husband it is my feeling and I said this is when I went to case house I liked her more Mike things are perfect well I see that yeah the fact that you're busy you got the opener carpet stuff happens the world over you could just leave it before bed right I mean you cook no to the following yeah and it is there and everything to when I look at the cooking with Katie yeah she did clean up for kitchen it's good for the most do you know the hours that took a solid two yeah I silent to me rescinded the offer I didn't want to come look at it you don't house was being built he lives close to me are they gonna come look at roll board to stop and I don't think so I don't do it you're likely to have a bit of a brand new nice house in Oak Ridge at the and then all of a single like that good enough for you the dream house brand new house but I know you're walking you know I'm in my comfort zones like that for for bigger well knows now is for hard budget very satisfied in any house for the most part that is clean very clean your vehicle I give you credit while you have something help clean but you are very close I can clean city personal cars always clean your house is always super the funny thing is you think my car is clean and I'm looking at my car like my gosh is the dirtiest I want to recite my car's Massey I get in and there's like maybe a nine inch of a broken off leaving their later let us in here.
'Political game'? Governors push back on Trump virus charge
"There's been over forty million quote in the market place but we have an end to end the issue that we needed to deal with at Monday's White House briefing assistant health and Human Services secretary Atmel brand sure our knowledge actual testing has fallen far short because of supply issues with key elements such as swabs centers for Medicare and Medicaid services director Brad Smith says the administration is using the defense production act to help a main company ramp up production well in Ohio company is also joining the effort we're helping them convert their line for making Q. tips into making swabs well the department of energy's Oak Ridge national laboratory is putting its injection molding capability to use they're in the process of ramping that up to create collection tubes Ben Thomas Washington
'Political game'? Governors push back on Trump virus charge
"As president trump verbally journalists with the nation's governors over whether there's sufficient corona virus testing available to safely reopen the economy administration officials have been detailing federal efforts to close any gaps there's been over forty million quote in the market place but we have an end to end the issue that we needed to deal with at Monday's White House briefing assistant health and Human Services secretary admiral Brett share our knowledge actual testing has fallen far short because of supply issues with key elements such as swabs centers for Medicare and Medicaid services director Brad Smith says the administration is using the defense production act to help a main company ramp up production well in Ohio company is also joining the effort we're helping them convert their line for making Q. tips into making swab success together that should have some thirty million testing swaps per month well the department of energy's Oak Ridge national laboratory is putting its injection molding capability to use they're in the process of ramping that up to create collection tubes Ben Thomas Washington
Largest owner of malls closing its 200-plus shopping centers
"Westfield is temporarily closing its thirty seven malls across the country including three in the bay area because of the corona virus outbreak only essential retail outlets in the malls will remain open the bay area malls are San Francisco center valley fair in Oak Ridge in San Jose Westfield says the malls will be closed through at least March twenty
"oak ridge" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Well yeah let's go with the Oak Ridge boys shall we hello Sir self everybody because nobody can tell you're doing it wrong right that's right you be you unless you have a big bushy beard we love you tomorrow one seven one everything is survivor I wasn't just blown up yesterday I have been stabbed shot poisoned frozen hall electrocuted and really entertainment Hey guys it's Bradley and I'm here with my friend grace from a white steam in south Sudan grace I'm curious why did you decide to become humanitarian to be honest broadly I did not ask to experience in my life and that some people helped me to come up and stand on my feet and be where I am today so I felt I needed to pay back all the way to pay back was to go into my knees hot and wet and help other women like me to stand up on their feet and have the dignity back but it's gonna be hard sometimes to keep going yes it is hot but they also beautiful times beautiful experience that comes with that so in most cases when women down we go to all three men and ghosts friendly species we put our music on we discuss all issues with dense and we sweat would get tired to go home and rest and that's beautiful well thank you for being there grace anyone can support.
"oak ridge" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Off to Oak Ridge Davis online Dave how you doing and what is your question on garden since Brian how you doing all right on I just had a question about like apple trees nursing I know you have to gravestone and stuff off of when you tune by see the stuff like that but I was warned if you took a cutting off of the apple tree and to grow it if it if you know you would have to cram ever was one if you have a graph that or not yeah like if you take a cutting off an existing apple three hi you have still have to graft among all along you could not those who them you still have to graph the military you can have a wild apple three or even a crab apple they done the stock of that Hey you have to grab them on that did you ever do any grafting before no I haven't no I haven't okay Tuesday I actually have their done the stock here is you have to make it as V. cut and then the new stock you just make a point on that then it has to go into V. and they have put grafting wax around it and tape and then it will have to take a couple of months and they'll grow together I like that apple tree to first year don't fertilize it because you may end of a fire blight had the second year you can just do it half application of plan trust in the fall have a difference here is don't do a fertilizer okay you'll have plenty after different varieties of apple trees at your place you have stuck a different apple trees yes okay and if you have to plan does the best time to plan and after all wait till March and way of plan to be sure it is a central location and when a plan and you make some peat moss with the director comes out of the hole and don't plan on a level with the ground to plan a little bit higher that for dates and I feel plan and how he gives a kick start and then maybe about ten days later you can kick start again okay well thanks for the information you're welcome eight hundred seven two one six zero zero three you mentioned a lot during the show you can use it over the weekend as well between the hours of eight AM and five PM the winter hours add Rosen's nursery so if you have a question later on the day or some comes mine tomorrow morning feel free to call that same number eight hundred seven two one six zero zero three again emails they get all the time they get right back to you in your garden sense dot com drop down menu on the homepage contact us you'll see the link for an email and spell each problem now also reminder that if you do have a problem and you can send a picture long sometimes that helps them to identify something that might be going on with the plant tree or shrub something on the leaves so make sure you send a picture along if you can if you're getting email help and you remember that all of the products recommended on.
"oak ridge" Discussed on KTRH
"Oak Ridge valley apartments on west bell for I mean is dangerous I mean out to your city would be our hardware so close enough to even be able to get burned I have two kids also for your two year old so I completely understand how right now neighbors chiller TV partner channel two there were kids running around with lighters and fireworks but nobody's been cited in the incident the condition of the toddler who was burned on both the arm in the stomach has not been released so we just don't know what the child's doing right now search continues for a man who shot and killed his ex girlfriend of the northwest Harris County Christmas party Tuesday night deputy say fifty two year old Albert Simon burst into wall hole near the Houston national golf course and gun down forty six year old Carol Lee Taylor who's also celebrating her birthday more than a dozen other people were in the house at the time nobody else was injured five oh four eight K. T. R. rage the rector of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is the church is so fragile that it might not be saved Monsignor Patrick Chauvet says the odds of the church re opening again in the future after last spring's devastating fire about fifty percent fire also prevented a Christmas mass celebration for the first time since the French Revolution the church is more than eight hundred years old it may be Christmas time in your neighborhood filled with love and faith but there's also darkness looming elsewhere according to Texas values Jonathan signs satanism is on the rise young people particularly are being influenced away from believing in god with the changing technology that young people can be a little bit more vulnerable to these type of things and and think that they're harmless CBS has a show called Evel where serial killers are investigated for possible satanic possession exorcist American father friends Wilder Meany says that satanism is becoming more explicit like a publication of a children's book of demons he notes that just a few years ago this would have been inconceivable Sally Adams newsradio seven forty KTRE there was a marathon yes that you might wife loves crime shows sure there's a marathon yes they called homicide for the holidays a goal really sick it so it can we like but not stop on this channel today right yeah door horror movies that I saw is all you'll flipping through the yeah the channel changer while just yet it is it shocking what it would like to think we could take a twenty four to forty eight hour break from all that kind of stuff and just kind of appreciate our family and our friends and well that's what I do all day we even tried to do that with with politics okay it's Christmas let's give it a little break let's enjoy the holiday season yeah but you know and the funny thing is what what you're saying though despite all this new competition from Disney an apple even Nash Netflix's finding this out TV time released its list of the twenty most watch streaming series in twenty nineteen all but one of them run Netflix the exception was who lose the handmaid's tale which came in six top five include are you ready for this okay Lucifer stranger things the show called thirteen reasons why which we've done stories about before it's about teen suicide okay money heist and orange is the new black bile hall very uplifting exactly so Christmas everybody's five oh seven K. T. R. H. president trump doesn't take a Christmas break from Twitter he's blaming Democrats for the impasse over the Senate impeachment trial president trumps the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will decide how to move forward with an impeachment trial he has the right to do whatever you want he's the head of the Senate bill speaker Nancy Pelosi is held back a resolution sending two articles of impeachment to the Senate instead of waiting to see what senators agree to do will move the president calls a tremendous disservice we weren't entitled the witnesses.
Desmond Harrison, Greensboro And Cardinals discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"And now ex profile ballers charged with assaulting Greensboro Richard spelling has more police say former offense of linemen for the Arizona Cardinals Desmond Harrison faces charges for the strangulation and assault of a woman in Greensboro the report was filed on Tuesday in the cardinals released Harrison after the charges were announced the alleged assault occurred in a home on Milton street Harrison attended nearby Oak Ridge military academy after he moved to the triad following high school he hasn't been
Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory And Tennessee discussed on On The Media
"Scientist at the Oak Ridge national laboratory in Tennessee are studying human disease genes in plants NPR Joe Palca has more the Oakridge scientists are not human geneticists they're part of the department of energy effort to increase efficiency in the production of biofuels from renewable resources like trees but as the investigative the genes that control plant growth and development they found that several of them had previously been associated with human diseases including cancer and diabetes it stands to reason that plants in humans which share genes they're both made up of cells and all cells have to perform certain basic functions but a gene that accelerates the growth of cells might cause cancer in humans whereas in trees the same gene might just make bigger
Scientists Study Human Cancer Genes In Plants
"Scientists at Oak Ridge national lab in Tennessee or studying human disease genes in plants here's NPR Joe Palca the Oakridge scientists are not human geneticists they're part of the department of energy effort to increase efficiency in the production of biofuels from renewable resources like trees but as the investigative the genes that control plant growth and development they found that several of them had previously been associated with human diseases including cancer and diabetes it stands to reason the plants in humans which share genes they're both made up of cells and all cells have to perform certain basic functions but a gene that accelerates the growth of cells might cause cancer in humans whereas in trees the same gene might just make bigger
What Happened at America's Secret Atomic City?
"Putin. Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff loin Vogel bomb here in September of nineteen forty two US army, Lieutenant General Leslie groves commander of the Manhattan project. Those secret US crash effort to develop the atomic bomb faced a critical decision. The project needed to produce uranium-235 an isotope of uranium who's unstable nucleus could be easily split trigger efficient chain-reaction and release enormous amount of destructive energy, but that would require a massive complex manufacturing process involving tens of thousands of workers which needed to be kept secret to thwart interference from spies and saboteurs. But the question was where those priscilla's possibly be hidden U S officials had already identified potential sites in several parts of the country, but all of them had drawbacks Shasta dam in California. For example, was too close to the Pacific coast and this Volna rebel air attack in several locations in Washington state would have required construction of long power lines to provide the massive amounts of electro. Needed for the work site in Illinois near Chicago was also out officials didn't want to be close to a big population centers since the potential health risks of the work were not clear, and it would have been easier for enemy Asians to blend in around a city. So instead groves quickly settled upon fifty two thousand acre. That's twenty one thousand Hector site in rural eastern, Tennessee later expanded slightly not only would it be inconspicuous to anyone outside of the sparsely populated area. But it was also close to hydroelectric plants operated by the Tennessee valley authority, which could supply the enormous amounts of electrically that the plans would require it was the perfect place to build both the Clinton engineer works, which would be the atomic complex and secret city to house the workers the government decided to call the secret city oakridge because it sounded quote, sufficiently bucolic and general according to an article in a nineteen sixty nine government review of the project, not long after choosing the area, the US government quietly started moving small farmers who had land on the site paying them compensation, but not telling them why then came trainloads full of construction equipment and building materials construction crews quickly erected the buildings that would comprise the nondescript we named campus as well as. Thousands of houses for scientists and workers. Many of the homes were be one flat tops, a designed fashion from prefabricated panels and roofing to save construction time building the secret industrial facilities and housing for workers cost around one point three two billion dollars. That's about eighteen point five billion in today's money that amounted to sixty percent of the Manhattan, project's total budget over the next few years oakridge grew into a community of seventy five thousand people. We spoke with de Ray Smith, a retired historian for the UAE twelve national security complex who also is the historian for these city of Oak Ridge and a columnist for the Oak Ridge or a local newspaper Smith explained people came from all over the world. Many of the scientists were Hungarians a lot came out of Germany and Great Britain. He explains that others were recruited for the Clinton engineering works by big US companies working on the Manhattan project who scoured campuses if US colleges and universities for bright students with needed science and technical skills. For example, a young chemist named Bill Wilcox who was approached by an Eastman Kodak recruiter in nineteen forty-three later recalled that he was only told that the job was some sort of secret war work. He said I asked where I'd be working. He wouldn't say it was secret. I asked what sort of work. I'd be doing. He wouldn't say it was secret Wilcox eventually ended up at the Clinton engineer works. According to Smith, those who turned down jobs might end up being drafted into a special engineering detachment of the US army. And sent to Tennessee anyway. Those atomic workers arrived at a place shrouded in secrecy, locals knew something mysterious was going on at the site. But only those who are part of the mission were allowed inside past. The guarded gates on the access roads, the atomic facilities themselves were surrounded by digital security. The work itself was highly compartmentalized. So that most people knew only about the small portion of the effort that they themselves were working on. And only a select few new. The overarching mission was to help make the atomic bomb access to buildings other than the one you were working in was highly restricted to keep information from getting out oakridge became a self contained community with most everything that its workers needed secret city had stores movie houses, a high school a Bank, a three hundred bed hospital, tennis and handball courts and even its own Symphony Orchestra led by a Manhattan project. Scientists people who live there tended victory gardens raised families, and led what was pretty much normal American existence. That is except for the secrecy that surrounded them in their work. A billboard reminded workers. Let's keep our traps shut. They knew they had to be cautious. Not to say anything about their jobs to anyone even their own spouses, a young scientists told one of the first reporters tried about the subject when Louis Feldstein would sit around the dinner table, and the strain was terrible. But it was all in the difficult effort of producing uranium-235. There's only a tiny amount of the stuff zero point seven percent in uranium or most of which is uranium two thirty eight which doesn't fit in as easily and above such as little boy. The one dropped on Hiroshima required. One hundred and forty one pounds. That's sixty four kilograms of uranium-235. You have to separate a lot of material to get that much to thirty five to solve that problem. The Clinton engineer works y twelve plant used special devices called Cal trans which utilized the electromagnetic separation process developed by Nobel winning physicist Ernest Lawrence, the university of California, Berkeley, the Cal trans used heat and powerful magnets to separate the two isotopes and then to collect just the uranium-235 isotope because it's so much lighter in weight together. Enough uranium-235 for the projects purposes, the y twelve facility employed twenty two thousand workers to run one thousand one hundred fifty two Kalua trans literally around the clock. Meanwhile, another part of the works. The x ten graphite reactor. Used neutrons emitted from uranium-235 to convert uranium two, thirty eight into an isotope of a different element. Plutonium two thirty nine another easily fissionable material suitable for making Tomek bombs as myth explains after x ten demonstrated that the process could work the actual plutonium used to make Fatman the bomb dropped on Nagasaki was produced in the b reactor at the Hanford engineer works near Richmond, Washington. Finally on August. Sixth nineteen Forty-five the world witnessed the results of the secret cities. Labor's when the United States dropped an atomic bomb containing uranium-235 produced there on the Japanese city of Hiroshima the Knoxville, Tennessee, new sentinels front page headline proudly proclaimed atomic super bomb made it oakridge strikes Japan that wasn't completely correct though, the uranium-235 came from Tennessee parts, the bomb were made it three different plants. So that none of them would have the complete design the destruction at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was horrific, and it was a or perhaps the turning point of the war. After the war. The various parts of the once secret, Tennessee, atomic complex were split up part eventually was reborn as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which helped pioneer the field of nuclear medicine present isotopes for use intriguing cancer and as diagnostic tools in addition to doing cutting edge research areas ranging from nanotechnology to wireless, charging of electric vehicles and other portion became the twelve national security complex, which produced components for tens of thousands of thermonuclear weapons in the us arsenal during the Cold War and leader helped disassemble US and former Soviet nuclear weapons third part is now the site of the east Tennessee technology park, though, there's no evidence that German or Japanese spies ever managed to infiltrate the Clinton engineer works. A Soviet spy named George co Ville did manage to get a job there. And apparently passed along information about the atomic work to the Soviets in two thousand seven he was honored posthumously with a hero of the Russian federation medal. The nation's highest honor I Russian President
The Worlds Most Powerful Supercomputer
"The computer is to slow I need something faster. I wish I had the most powerful supercomputer in the world, well, dying the most powerful supercomputer in the world is a machine called summit at the United States. Oak Ridge, National Laboratory in Tennessee, this machine can perform two hundred quadrille, Ian, mathematical operations per second. It beat out the previous record holder, a Chinese supercomputer called Sunway tie who light to become the world's most powerful supercomputer. It is more than a million times faster than a high end, consumer laptop computer and has ten thousand terabytes of ram memory two thousand turbines. Yes, I want one I don't think you could afford it on and it wouldn't fit on your desktop. It has two hundred fifty refrigerator sized cabinets of electronics. Consumes thirteen megawatts of power and needs four thousand gallons of water per minute to carry away. All the heat generates the machine has more than twenty four thousand of the most advanced graphical processing units designed to support high performance computing and machine learning critic for two Bs like that the supercomputer was funded by the United States Department of energy and will be used for many different kinds of research conducted by universities and government laboratories, it is specifically designed with machine learning in mind. So that it can learn to detect subtle patterns in huge data sets like those common medicine and genetics. It can perform simulations of complex systems like the weather and climate where astro-physical processes I've orig- enough to have won this moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm yeah. Cassandra Don, Don, blaze.
Microsoft has five new internal studios
"These are the daily tech headlines for monday june eleventh twenty eighteen i'm tom merritt at e three microsoft announced five new gaming studios will join microsoft studios to help boost the number of first party games available for the xbox microsoft is acquiring undead labs playground games ninja theory and compulsion games microsoft is also launching a new studio called the initiative in santa monica led by darrell gallagher former head of crystal dynamics studio microsoft also announced a new halo game cobb called halo infinite and gears five coming out next year among other new titles china labor watch reported this weekend that he foxconn factory and hang young china that makes kindles and echo dots for amazon violates labor laws with excessive hours and reliance on temps for forty percent of the workforce the max under chinese law is ten percent the report also claimed there were fire safety issues and verbally abusive managers foxconn told reuters it is investigating the accusations and we'll take any actions needed to bring operations into compliance amazon said it raised concerns about the hangyoung plant as part of an audit in march and has been conducting regular assessments to monitor corrective action the us department of energy's oak ridge national laboratory unveiled the new summit supercomputer friday rated to perform two hundred thousand trillion calculations for second or two hundred pedophile that puts it in front of china's ninety three pedophile tahu light which had been the world's fastest since two thousand sixteen summit was built with ibm power nine cpu's and invidia tesla v one hundred gp use it will be used for research in fields including energy health advanced materials and artificial intelligence.
Oak Ridge Tennessee, Rachel Sutherland and Washington discussed on The Brad Jenkins Show
"Remaining optimistic i'm paul stevens fox news us officials hoping the north korea is serious by giving up its nuclear weapons and getting rid of all its test facility i think the the implementation of the decision means getting rid of all the nuclear weapons dismantling them taking them to oak ridge tennessee that means getting rid of the uranium enrichment and plutonium reprocessing capabilities that means addressing the ballistic missile issue a lot of things like that in north korea has a very extensive program national security adviser john bolton on abc's this week oakridge tennessee's by the way home to a nuclear facility whose operations include environmental cleanup the pentagon saying free american's released by north korea have left a washington area hospital and reunited with their families north korea releasing them last week while secretary of state mike paige wasn't pyongyang to set up next month summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong own the us helping forties and france investigate a deadly knife attack in paris secretary of state mike pompeo told fox news sunday the us has not yet confirmed the islamic state's claim of responsibility for the attack french authorities with all the intelligence help the united states can provide we'll do our best to unpack this in the coming hours french authorities say a chechen national who had been flagged for radicalism killed one person and injured others in the attack outside the paris gonyea opera house the suspect was killed in washington rachel sutherland fox.