35 Burst results for "One Hundred Years"
Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case
"Biles and three other prominent. Us gymnasts are scheduled to testify on capitol hill today. Npr's carrie johnson reports. Lawmakers are examining the fbi's failure to fully investigate. Dr larry nassar following abuse complaints. The justice department inspector general says the fbi failed to act with urgency after received tips. About larry nassar in two thousand fifteen in all more than two hundred fifty women have since. Come forward to say that. Nassar sexually abused them as girls or young athletes including gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney maggie nicols and allie razman all. Four women are expected to testify before the senate judiciary committee. Lawmakers say they're probing fundamental mistakes by the fbi that allowed nassar to continue to prey on young people. He's been sentenced to more than one hundred years in
Are Scientists Really Worried About Climate Change?
"Scientists. I don't know how many real scientists if people in your audience now but The scientists. I know who deal with climate. They don't think the scientists settled. They really don't. They're afraid to say much of anything because they get stomped on if they don't toe the line and they don't get government grants which aren't the life of modern science getting money from the government. You know eisenhower warned against this in his spare well-dressed having this happen exactly what has happened so sciences thoroughly politicized but a lot of people. I know when you get them down in the soundproof room. Where they they will big exciting. We really don't we really can't justify the kinds of apocalyptic pronouncements that are made even by the un and other such organizations let alone your local crazy so We expertise is caving in on itself. Is it's a what glenn reynolds of instant fame. The already trained the k. Through twelve implosion. But the all the professions are imploding at partly because they don't place around ranks that that was one of the practices back in one hundred years or so ago. When this whole expert knowledge things started to take all the experts. They were credential daily but they also police up. They had this thing called peer review.
New York Governor Hochul Commits To "Open, Ethical Governing" in First Speech
"Barracks new governor war white today in honor of the women's suffrage movement in her first day on the job as governor of new york she is. New york's first woman governor and the first new york governor in over one hundred years from new york's second largest city buffalo after three consecutive governors. Who were men from new york. City governor kathy hotel represents a change in culture in that office in more ways than one thinking with a dramatic change in culture the accountability and no tolerance for individuals. Who crossed the line today. I'm directing an overhaul of state government policies on sexual harassment and ethics starting with requiring that all training be done live instead of a long click their way through a class in a new era of transparency and one of my hallmarks of my administration. Who to me. It's very simple. Will focus on open. Ethical governing that new yorkers will trust. I'll sign an executive order requiring ethics training for every employee of new york state government which shockingly is not required across the
Survivors grapple with aftermath of deadly Tennessee flood
"More than twenty people are known dead others are missing since flash floods touched off by a record rain roared through a rule Tennessee county the slow moving storms seemingly parked over Humphreys county Tennessee the seventeen inch day lose Saturday a record for the state resulting in flash floods rolling through the small towns of Waverly and make you one Anna Mae's held on to the door frame over home in Waverly water up to her chin I thought I was blown out loud screaming and howling Jody Starkey from the same neighborhood says the flood killed people in homes across the street from hers we could see these people on their porches and I think in my mind that they thought they were safe that the water was not going to get that high meteorologists and climate scientists say such one hundred year or even one thousand year floods are becoming more common because of climate change I'm Tim acquire
Madame De Florian's Abandoned Apartment
"Do flurry and lived in a fifteen hundred square foot apartment for most of her life. It was located near the red light district putting her right in the middle of the action during the bell. Talk sadly to flurry and passed away in that home in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine. Leaving on re to handle her affairs he then began living in the same apartment himself along with his own daughter but she fled paris in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and moved to the south of france in doing so. She left her father and the apartment behind her and never looked back. It was believed that on relive there until he died in nineteen sixty six. But even that wasn't enough to bring her back for a visit despite not once returning to the property even after her father's death she chose to pay the rent each month for the next forty four years. She died in two thousand ten at the age of ninety one with no one left to claim ownership of the apartments nor its contents it was opened up by the executors of her will to a local auctioneer and what he found albeit under a thick layer of dust astounded him. The apartment had been untouched for decades. It was filled to the brim with elegant furniture. One hundred years old or more in the bedroom. They found a four poster bed complete with canopy. A massive vanity had been tucked into the corner on top of which sat empty bottles and cannisters as well as an array of hairbrushes in the kitchen glassware pots pans and cutlery. All of it's still in place as though it had been waiting for. Its owner to come home. There was a giant stuffed ostrich in one room along with some mickey mouse and porky pig dolls all made before the second world war and artwork paintings of all shapes and sizes hung on the walls. Some had been leaned against furniture. And we're even seated on chairs across from each other like they'd been having a conversation. The peace to resist however was one particular painting. The portrait of the apartments original owner. Madame de fleury on painted by the master of swish himself. Giovanni bodini in the end. It seems the auctioneers hadn't unlocked in apartment door at all. He'd unearthed the time capsule that nobody knew had existed for over seventy
Wildfire Incinerates Historic California Town
"Massive wildfire that destroyed historic california town overnight continues burning out of control tonight. The dixie fire tore through the town of greeneville yesterday in new evacuation orders have now been issued for the surrounding area. Nbc news correspondent. Steve patterson has the latest on the devastation. Tonight a wildfires brad leaving another california town in greenville california destroyed a town of about eight hundred. That stood since the gold rush. It was scary. It was like you know. One of those Elliptic movies you see with fire and wind people going everywhere overnight. Those powerful red flag wins the dixie fire. Tearing through town you can see. The scope of the devastation. Residents were told to evacuate but not everybody. Did we'll firefighters are getting guns. Pulled out on them because people don't wanna evacuate at three hundred twenty two thousand acres. The dixie fire is now the size of los angeles and the sixth largest fire in california history more than sixty structures burned with the number expected to rise. There were a couple of towers of flame twice as always the trees just huge towers flame and tonight firefighters on the front lines of a new threat. That growing river fire is in an area that hasn't seen flames in one hundred years with drought brittle brush ready to ignite a plea for those in the past to evacuate. Should the time come on get allowed back in there. And it's either standing or as cash. That's one little hitters with the fire at the doorstep of another community another tense and uncertain night lies ahead.
2021s Biggest Air Show by Any Measure
"Been day wherever you are. Welcome to aviation week's check six and business and commercial aviation podcast. I'm all mcmillan. Managing editor of business aviation for aviation week joining me today is lindsay beauregard. Mri editor and mike elaborate director of enter royal production. The three of us are here in oshkosh wisconsin at the world's biggest air show a era venture oshkosh and it is the sixty eighth show this year. It's also the first one in two years since last year show is cancelled because of the cove in nineteen pandemic and tell you what The organizers say that in a normal year on sunday before the show there's about five thousand airplanes that fly in this year. The number is eight thousand. And they're saying that attendances back to twenty nineteen levels and the mood seems very enthusiastic and excited to be back. Mike this is your first time here and then see this society. This'll be my second one. My i was twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred and lindsey. You had unexciting morning morning today at the show. Yeah yeah. I did too right along for my first amer. Aaron bad flight the sixty six era stars so we flew in three experts or one hundred series aircraft They're very lightweight and they're good for robotics and go upside down aircraft and it was a whole lot. One says the maneuvers. They'll be air show at some of them yes so weeding. He did loops weeded. Barrel rolls At one point one of the aircraft lou underneath another one one of those numbers and i spoke to them afterwards and the current team of three has been together for five years but apparently to them pollen harvey have been finding it for twenty years so collectively between the three of them they have been flying as phillips sixty six eurostars for one hundred years
A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets
"Elizabeth egan joins us now to talk about her latest. Pick for group taxed. Hey liz hi pam i thanks for having me. What's the book. The book is called. I couldn't love you more. And it's by esther freud. This is her ninth novel. And it's a book about three generations of women kind of circulating between ireland and england and the first one is a woman named ika. We get to know her in the nineteen thirties than her daughter. Roseline in the nineteen fifties and then a woman who we find out. And i'm not giving anything away that you won't learn fairly early in the book is kate who and we meet her in. Nineteen ninety-one and roseline is the linchpin of the whole story. She becomes pregnant in her early twenties and winds up in a home in ireland outside of cork a mother and baby home. Run by nuns. Who force her to give up her daughter kate for adoption and so the book is the story of these three women. And how e phi is continuing to look for roseline who disappears and kate is looking for roseline. She's looking for birth mother. And it's this incredibly powerful story about mothers and daughters and also an interesting and really heartbreaking. Look at what was happening in ireland at the time that really went on for about one hundred years where the catholic church ran the. They were like prisons for women who were in trouble in some in some way and they forced women to change their names and to give up their babies. And it's an incredibly heartbreaking walk at that legacy of secrecy.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Brings Remains of Children Home From Former Boarding School
"The rosebud sioux tribe in south dakota welcomed home the remains of children who died more than one hundred years ago at the carlisle indian school in pennsylvania native youth and their mentors repatriated the remains from carlisle last week and escorted them home. A four hour. Service was streamed online saturday where people gathered at the tribes college quilts photographs and other items line. The front of the gym for each of the nine children brought home. The service included speakers songs an honoring before the remains were escorted out to the burial site by native youth veterans and the community. They were placed in graves in buffalo robes and buried on the rosebud reservation.
Getting the Most From Your Self Tanner
"For me who's been tanning for one hundred years i still. I'm not great of blending at my mom's like the what's this thing called the hands and and it's really because then i do the same sometimes especially if i've been drinking and then someone goes. You have a beauty. Put teddy newton. It had ten. It's like well you know what we all make mistakes. And it's and the ankle's a hot as well. So i've got a couple of relatively foolproof formulas but i still want you to practice the model car. Natural tan is in the bright pink shoob. It's like a hot cold gradual tan. So they calling a regular tan. And it's a clear watt formula. Actually put it on last night. Because i just want a little something something. It's a beautiful like a berry light glow. You wouldn't even know and like. I didn't blend very well but it's a really beautiful formula. It's no itchy itchy to smell you from across no. It's smelly won the acre ten winter. Skin is a gradual. That's really great. You could be all that up the la- tan classic farm. It's unclear so it's a lot ten but it's clear formula so you don't get any god call us just make sure you blending well. The all of paradise tanning drops. So this is literally customizing anything you put them into. Pop them into somebody lotion in customize and you could build over a few nights just to get that right ten and i practice practice practice.
The 1914 Visit That Changed Australia
"So do australians have a show really enthusiasm for scientists and does it. Matter will consider a book based on a visit over one hundred years ago when three shiploads of scientists from the british association here and thousands turned out. It was like the beatles. Fifty years later professor linnet. Russell is director of indigenous studies at monash and book is called a trip to the dominions. The scientific event that changed australia net russell. I'm fascinated to hear that. The british association advancement of science which is similar to the one. We used to have an aesthetic or dan's s. And of course the triple. As in america which is still going strong is one hundred ninety now and was just before the first world war nineteen fourteen. I think it was three phipps and one hundred seventy. Five scholars came out to australia for war. What was the purpose. What was the plan. There's a couple of things that the federal government really wanted to do. The first thing was they wanted to showcase australian science so they were keen to bring these scholars almost overwhelmingly min to australia. So that they could show off. Innocence thou- early development of science and they were very very excited about the opportunity it had been talked about for several decades prior to the actual nine hundred fourteen meeting because they had in the nineteenth century thought about whether or not they could get to australia and in fact went to south africa. And the thing that really amazed me as well beyond the scale with the ships and all the rest of it is that when the various scholars from britain arrived they had public events to which thousands turned up even then. It is absolutely astonishing. If you look in the back of the report there are literally thousands upon thousands of names and these are sort of just ordinary everyday people their mechanics for many palms and their schoolteachers from essendon and from someone from q. And this is the melbourne part. And they've got just so many average people who obviously had a great interest in science and we're very cain to come in here from the world's greatest scientists
A 100-Year-Old's Birthday Wish: Act on Climate Change
"The most critical issue humankind faces. And we're not doing anywhere near enough. Tom swain has seen a lot in his one hundred years on planet earth. He's been an insurance executive a city mayor. He even headed a state agency but it is eighties when most octogenarians might be enjoined quiet years. Tom began a quest to climate. Change awareness that journey lead to the creation of the swain climate policy series at the university of minnesota's humphrey school of public affairs. Why does this self-described small government conservative. So actively pursue climate change solutions. Tom swain happy one hundredth birthday this month and welcome to climate cast and crew. Tell us about the focus of the swain climate policy series at the university of minnesota's humphrey. School what. I turned two hundred or about to turn a hundred people. Ask me what i wanted to do. And my birthday. And i said i want more awareness and involvement on the whole issue of climate crisis. 'cause i think is the most critical issue humankind faces and we're not doing anywhere near enough. In order to prevent what ultimately some people see is the earth becoming uninhabitable. You've been a corporate executive. You've been a local mayor You've described yourself as a small government conservative for most of your one hundred years. Why do you see climate change solutions as good for our economy and our lifestyle. I'm not thought about it quite as much in terms of its impact on economy. Our lifestyle. I just think that the current generation is for the most part on this issue and expecting the next generation to deal with the critical issues
The Science Of Measuring Audience Engagement With Dr. Nick Hobson
"Nikki said yesterday. One of the things that stuck out to me. And i i asked you to put a pin in. It was talking about your ability to evaluate and use data to understand what somebody's sort of mental status. Or what their psychology. What goes into their decision. Making let spend a little time talking about that. How do you figure out or i guess. What are the variables that you think about. When you're trying to understand what someone's decision making looks like so you can start from the very beginning which we also do in the beginning and we say if we had to sort of lay out every single reason every single psychological state every sort of internal process. That actually happens if we could some weird futuristic world which maybe we're not so far away from because you probably get there. We could look at them on a screen or on the table and say these are the ten. These are the twenty or whatever number it is that matter most in predicting some sort of important dot com that's the ideal sort of state we want now human behavior and the human mind in the human brain is infinitely complex. And although we've come a long way in the last one hundred years in particular the last twenty years since sort of neuroscience and cognitive neuroscience technology. There's so much to be done to get to a really great point where we have a great deal of accuracy so you start from that point and then the question for us is okay. What is that number is defined is. The two three is twenty-five we don't know. And we use very fancy statistical modeling things that's called factor analysis and other sort of more advanced modeling guesses relevant. Ai and machine learning and we basically prove or show with a degree of confidence that these are the number of things and this is what they are. Now go and collect data ankle zero. How strong they are with a group of individuals so the second that you said neuro science my pea brain got intimidated started blackout and not able to comprehend the various factors. So i understand. And i'll put this in layman terms. We could take pictures of the brain right now and we can get actual data to see what drives activity so we provide stimulation and understand what's happening in the brain and then start to use data from what stimulus is being driven to figure out some idea of decision making
Is There a Haunted Lake Near Oregon's Very Own Area 51?
"And what many people call oregon's area fifty one not far from oregon's lincoln city downtown is the six hundred and eighty five acre devil's lake. One hundred years ago. It was called indian bay. That is until it was invaded by an evil spirit. Said that indian warriors attempted to cross late one night when returning from a hunting trip never reached the other side subtler till i'll how tentacles came out of the water wrapped around the indians canoe and pulled them under to this day. Many locals will not approach the lake at night. Although the devils like monster hasn't been seen in a hundred years it said that dust the spirits of the warriors can be viewed at the water's edge searching for their canoes continued travelling north from lincoln city on route eighteen. And you enter the twelve mile van doozer cord or where it said you'll pass by oregon's own area. Fifty one many drivers using a corridor as a commute to lincoln city. Say they often feel like their cars being driven by an unseen force. Some reports seen lights in the sky. Others say they've seen people along the road who disappeared before there is. These are business men and women. This could be attributed to the haunting of a ghost town along the corridor. Just east rose lodge. But perhaps he's reports aren't supernatural to hikers in the woods parallel to the corridor claim to have spotted a military base locals. Report that forested road branching off the twelve mile corridor recently was blocked off and there actually is a government testing facility not far from that section of route eighteen lights in the sky people disappearing an unseen force. It takes over passing cars. Next time you visit oregon's lincoln city be sure to visit devil's lake and drive the twelve miles of van doozer corridor. Then you decide supernatural or the results of testing at a secret government base now joe out of bright
Firmly in Control, China's Communist Party Marks Centenary
"It is one hundred years today since the chinese communist party. The ep came into being. It was created as a result of ironically western influences from the likes of marxist intellectuals so what does today's ccp sand for and how does it influence. Play out in modern day china. Well it's tell us more. I'm joined by the ceo of china dialogue isabel hilton and sophia. Yan telegraphs correspondent in beijing to regular voices on monocle. Twenty four welcome back. Good morning tea both. Good morning isabel. If i could begin with you just explain to us how the communist party came about. Well the the first meeting of the communist party the one. We're celebrating although mao. Actually when he was asked couldn't quite remember the date so this date is slightly arbitrary It it was twelve people Twelve chinese delegates one soviet and one common tern representative who met in the french concession in shanghai for a few days until the shanghai till the french secret police took an interest. They then reconvened on a boat on a nearby lake and that technically was the founding meeting the ideas themselves had been swirling around pretty much since the fall of the qing dynasty which was not the ching dynasty that the the last imperial dynasty china Phalle as a result of quite another revolution which which the communists had nothing to do with But the the swirl of ideas. Since i guess about eighteen sixty in china about how china needed to reform amongst the many threads that were that was Was marxism along with ideas about democracy science. All kinds of different discussions were going on in china and this one Emerge with soviet assistance into the communist party.
Trump's Company Could Face Criminal Charges in New York City
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting former president trump's company could face criminal charges in New York City criminal charges may be evidence against former president Donald trump's company The New York Times citing sources familiar with the matter reports the Manhattan district attorney may file charges as early as next week related to fringe benefits the trump organization gave to top executives trump organization attorney Ron Fischetti told the Associated Press Friday he met virtually with prosecutors Thursday and charges would not be unexpected the Jedi added that looking back over one hundred years of cases they found no case in which a corporation was indicted for fringe benefits perks given by companies to valued employees are not illegal but benefits considered compensation are subject to income tax hi Mike Rossio
GOP Filibuster Blocks Democrats’ Big Voting Rights Bill
"The Democrats bid for the biggest electoral system overhaul in a generation has run into a Republican wall Republicans employed the filibuster to stall what's known as the for the people act a bill that would have struck down voting hurdles among other things every GOP senator was against it voter suppression has become part of the official platform of the Republican Party while Chuck Schumer's Democrats argued the bill was needed to offset moves the GOP controlled states to make voting harder Republicans like Ted Cruz said it was a simple power grab to ensure that Democrats won't lose control for the next one hundred years from president Biden down Democrats say the voting rights fight is not over though it's unclear what they will do next with Republicans poised to block debate on that and other key legislative priorities Sager made Ghani Washington
Engineer Your Environment for More Productive Habits by Tyler Tervooren of Riskology
"Your environment for more productive habits by tyler to foreign of a scholarship. Darko nineteen seventies. America faced a big problem. The vietnam war was winding down and the troops were coming home addicted to heroin. There was widespread panic and a plan was concocted addicted. Troops would be held until they'd sobered up then send home with methadone. Prescriptions and carefully monitored. For relapses but the plan was never really implemented turns out. It wasn't necessary. The troops came home and for the most part their addictions and reintegrated into society. Less than five percent of them ever relapsed. A simple change of scenery cured their addiction. Decades of follow up research has uncovered. Why the environment you exist in what you're surrounded by has a profound impact on the way you behave different environments encourage different habits. Your habits are a product of your environment. What do you think about when you sit down at your computer to re dream. Oh probably nothing once. You've done something enough times in the same place. Your brain can offload all the work. It takes to remember how to do it. Checking your email seems like the simplest task but it really isn't understand. Why imagine you time traveled here from one hundred years ago. You've never seen a computer. What are all the steps movements and information. You'd have to learn before you can read your email. How long would it take. Just figure out how to turn your computer on yet. here you are. When you sit down at your desk your habit takes over your inside your inbox before you know it. Best the way habits work at the same time. If you're not in front of your computer in your phone is put away. You're probably not thinking about email. You can go all day in fact without a crossing your mind but as soon as you sit down at your computer again boom there. You are reading your email. There's a special connection between the things you do in the places you do. Them does critical to know. If you have a bad habit you wanna break or a productive one. You'd like to start
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"one hundred years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"One hundred years Kodak was the picture of success and innovation in the photography arena but in nineteen seventy five they developed a new technology that they feared would disrupt their profits the digital camera so they kept it under exposed in out of sight sticking to what looks good on paper but by the time they decided to really focus on this part of their company it was too late let's see what developed this is Kodak on the brink. hi everyone I'm John the Strickland and I'm aerial cast is the brink and this episode is another listener suggestion yes suggested by Brianna it is Kodak Brianna specifically wanted us to talk about how Kodak seemingly missed a big opportunity by jumping on the digital camera nine and jumping on the digital camera bandwagon but starting it yes and we're going to talk about that and how that played a part perhaps you could argue a major part in Kodak's financial struggles I think that's debatable but we'll get to the reason why yeah there's actually as we learned in life often there's more than one reason why things don't go well but this is what a lot of people point to yeah we're going to talk about it first of all I like that you have a question here just as let's talk about this in general do you own a camera and my answer to that is yeah I actually own a couple of actual cameras not just my phone also the camper fancy camera I have the case handed the camera that's pretty super fancy DSLR and I like it a lot. and I got that with the reward points off a credit card. nice how you do you have a camera I do I have a really nice camera that I inherited from my mother it's got a bunch of different lenses and filters and things like that I also have a go pro nice well I think it's an off brand to go pro but it does the same thing yeah I have a I have a go pro that was subjected to liquid nitrogen and once upon a time as part of a C. E. S. demonstration and then I want to go pro and it still works just fine that's that footage I think it's on the net somewhere let's talk about Kodak it we're gonna give a very brief overview of the origins of the company which is fascinating but it is far too long and detailed yeah to hear so Kodak which is actually Eastman Kodak company was started by George Eastman who dropped out of school when he was fourteen to support his mom and two sisters he worked at insurance companies in later thanks and this is like in the middle of the nineteenth century not long after the end of the civil war began kind of a an idea of the time we're talking about and I love how he got interested in photography because it wasn't through like some official job or anything it was because he was planning to go on vacation any thought I sure would like to take some holiday photos after ten years of working real hard he was like I need to treat myself treat yourself and his co workers said Hey take some pictures and so he bought a giant wet plate camera which is huge and heavy and has fifty thousand accessories you have to bring with it to be able to take the photos and process the photos quickly and all this other stuff and you know way back in the days shutter speed was super slow you need a lot of light now if anything moved in it was all blurry so photography was a very young art at the state yes and he didn't take a vacation but. but he did get all that information he did and he really enjoyed photography throughout his exploration of photography he really believed that this entire tedious process could be better right I was standing around waiting for your picture to take having the lay right so he actually started to experiment with alternatives to the wet plate method and he came up with the dry plate method. so he goes and develops a approach the dry plate formula and he even applies for a patent yeah he gets it in eighteen seventy nine. in eighteen eighty he says I've got all this good stuff so I'm gonna make a business out of it and he leased a building in New York he button engine to power the production of his dry plates for a hundred and twenty five dollars it was actually a much more powerful engine that he needed but he's like it that way I can scale up and he started selling and manufacturing his dry plates and it was really successful and he got an investor very quickly Henry a strong. and a year later they officially formed the easement dry plate company and and in case you're wondering what's the big deal of dry plate verses what played with wet plate as he took the the photo you had to start developing it thank you you didn't have any time. Eastman's approach was well the strike plate you can take the photo and you can go and develop the photograph later on on your time so it wasn't like this super a pressing need as soon as you click the shutter you actually have more time so that's why it was one of the the methods that that seemed advantageous over the pre existing art so easement quit his job at the bank and devote his full efforts to his new role at the Eastman dry plate company yes not only running the company but still continuing to try to improve the photography process to make it more accessible to the everyman yeah but this is around the time that they hit their very first bring moment. it's a minor brink mom I mean it could have been the end of the company is just this was before the company had gathered enough momentum for it to a bit like one would have known that we wouldn't be talking about the Eastman company and in this day and age because it hadn't reached the level of notoriety the Kodak what yeah so what happened was they had made a bunch of these try plates and sold them and then they went bad in the buyer stance yeah and they use all of the money they had to make it right because they they figured reputation was more important than profit and that's something he's been actually held to write they recognized accountability was an important concept that they wanted to make sure you know their customers were aware that Hey you know we consider the quality of our products to be of the utmost importance and if we fall short of that then we have to make good on it yeah but this little for able actually lead to a revelation that I think is what started and I guess most people would think started the modern photography era because he's been looked at these plates going bad and said you know what it would be cheaper and more convenient and lighter than glass if we made film on paper rolls right so instead of using these these heavy glass plates which obviously also that's a risk you know if you're shipping them and things go wrong that you've got a bunch of cracked plate switching the paper made a lot of sense in multiple ways the only problem was he had to figure out how to make it work yeah it was like that was immediately an option like silly me why don't we just use paper is because no one had developed that yet to use a pun unintentionally saw John that was that I had said it was unintentional but they worked on that you know they dedicated their research and development toward that and they were able to actually solve that problem and to create this paper phone yeah in they came out with paper film in eighteen eighty three and they started advertising it two years later and it took off because it worked in most of these dry plate cameras already it was easy to fit. in there and make it work and again way lighter than the glass plates so it made actually photography a lot easier in general to at least as far as holding a camera to wherever you're going to take a picture yeah yeah and in between the time that he announced these paper film roles and he started advertising the product he got fourteen shareholders that was in eighteen eighty four and two they changed their name to the east men try plate and fill my company because now they're selling film yeah and in eighteen eighty eight we finally get the name Kodak it wasn't for the company it was for a camera yes they also expanded their advertising reach to the general public because now you've got this Kodak camera it's affordable issue for the time is twenty five dollars which you know pretty expensive in eighteen eighty eight but still within the realm of some people's budget yes not no longer just a either professional or a wealthy eccentric as was a wealthy hobby etcetera the camera was light weight it could be carried it took a hundred photos and to process imprint and put new film in your camera was ten dollars so so a little less than half the price of the camera but you're not buying a new camera really film and photo paper where is the big ticket items that made profit yeah we're gonna touch on that again in fact that plays a very important role in our discussion a little bit later on yeah no that's that's a a bit of a preview previous I do like the slogan for the first Kodak camera it was you press the button we do the rest yeah I'm totally down with that I like that it it was certainly a very effective one and then in eighteen eighty nine that would change the name again when they constant in Kodak's past was its name changes yes and it became the Eastman company and then they started to to market their transparent film which was also something that could be used in motion picture cameras yes so when we say paper film before we really meant that they were coding a type of paper yeah with with less. this photo reactive chemicals yes yes and it wasn't as good as it could be it took okay pictures but they weren't super clear and and this new transparent film improved to the picture quality so and it also lasted header yeah for now or in the birth.
"one hundred years" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"one hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The license plate of the car is vanity plate, which as you read the, the book and the graphic novel. You understand that it's a reference to Charlie's marriage to this woman who was incredibly overbearing, and he had a really a dysfunctional marriage to this woman who he thought on some level is going to save him. And, and he got the vanity plate for the car as a kind of reference to her saying that he was like a vampire, basically. So there's a bit of an inside joke in the mythology of the world. Of the of the book and the show, which will hopefully get to explore more in the future. But yeah, Charlie is you were talking about the car, and that's just a, an important part of the experience. But the book itself there were points in the season of the show where I would say, like, wait, is this from the bookers from the scripts of the show? You know. And I think that's a hallmark of well, adapted project is, you know, it's closely related to the book, but it has its own identity. And so think anybody that's interested in this world will find that Joe hill is an incredible authors created a really vivid world. And, and I would recommend them as companion pieces, the first season of the show encompasses about a third of the book and they're still more story to tell in the novel and the graphic novel, if we're lucky enough to get a second season. How involved was the author of the book, Joe hill in this adaptation for, for TV. He was involved in the development of the show and read the scriptures as they were being written. But once we got into production he was. Not particularly involved. He came by a few times, but he was very supportive from afar. I think he was excited that we're making the show and, you know, the day that he showed up for the first time on sad, and got to interact with me, and full sort of Manx at one hundred years old. I think it was exciting for him. And I think my sense, full Manx. Sure. But I, I think he's happy to be part of it. He's an executive producer on the show, of course and, and is involved, but from a distance, you know, I think he, he wanted to give Jamie are show, runner freedom and accessibility to tell the story that she wants to tell we're gonna take a quick break. My guest is the actors Zachary Quinto. You're listening to all of it on WNYC. Support for WNYC comes from fiddler on the roof directed by Joel grey..
"one hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The era one hundred years of solitude because the person in the class before man made a big mistake of leaving it behind. Sorry person. If you feel that Spanish, but it was Spanish you shouldn't have had a book in translation. So you were cheating. So anyway. Do you think that your because you're you're diet of reading was conditioned in a lot of ways by by post? Colonialism nike. What was available to you? Trade paperbacks the cheap stuff the chiefs, though, three books. Yeah. The way, you know. Sometimes in fantasy people really want to get into okay? Really one your background in fantasy. And sapphire so disappointed when they hear I wanna read Lord of the rings. I got a few years ago. And I just read dune, and I where would have gotten these books. I you whatever it was the. The pharmacy or shoplifted. So so the funniest thing for me, it was when we finally got cable, and I'm watching all these movies. And I'm that, man. I haven't seen Star Wars Star Wars in years haven't seen strikes back in years. This is going to be so great. I sit down and I'm watching this. And I'm realizing I have never seen this film. I know everything about impact strikes at a closed city. Darren I'm over my bed. You did. I know everything about Star Wars. But I realize I read the book I read the novelization Allen dean foster dean, foster man, Star Trek, rather, it is you retard the Jeddah. I read it dragon slayer, I read it. So my fantasy background is really pop is really whatever it was in the drugstore. And really got for that. You know, fantasy from me was was whatever heavy metal comic, the bigger kids was reading or. Georgia's comics in general, and and. I also used to love reading whatever I see adults are enjoying we too much. So the dare got my hands on Jackie Collins. I novel I read in one sitting Hollywood waves. The next ammo. I think I'm fourteen no thirteen arid olive of wears I.
"one hundred years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Nation as he asserts something nation. I don't know that the award is indispensable. I don't think it is actually I would be so insulted. If I were World War Two veteran for his comparison to normally all by God for the for the climate change fight. They just pathetic. And we we need to come together. We need to bring the world together on this nonexistent problem. And we also need to bring the world together to find the tooth fairy. I want to do both of these things. Really? Yes. Yes. I want to bring the world together. And finally, finally find the tooth fairy. Because I'm a little hacked off at him. I'm finding that. He is giving my grandkids like ten bucks a tooth. Oh, I got twenty five cents. Don't have your grandkids talk to my kids. Really? Because he's ripping my kids. That's why we need to come together. I think you can find very Hemmer. Her. I you know, is is there. I think the gender is fluid on the two, I don't know. But we need to come together and find that nonexistent being just like we need to fix this nonexistent problem now is it a problem that the world the world has warmed point nine degrees in one hundred years. It doesn't scare me that much. Especially since we've had an eighteen year pause here. In the meantime, because warmer weather does what helps food grow. Not seeing the real major. Do you know that even NASA came out this week? Even NASA came out and said the increase in ice has offset any melting there's been. So you're saying it's melted in some places. Yes. But it's also increased in other places. So really what's happening is the earth and mother nature, right or just kind of taking care of it and sort of doing what it's always done, which is fascinating. Before on this planet. When did what no? Until man, it's always been static. Right. It's always been. If the oceans didn't do what the oceans do all melted by now, you kidding me. I mean, that's that's those are reports that have actually happened. Yes. Emissions also trap heat. Today's report shows oceans have absorbed. Ninety percent of that heat. Bright raising ocean. Temperatures by half a degree heat going into the atmosphere. Temperatures could have risen by more than two hundred degrees. Thank you. Thank you. Think of that. If the earth didn't function the way it's supposed to does. It'd be. Yeah. It'd be two hundred sixty degrees today in Dallas. Two hundred and sixty degrees. That's a tad uncomfortable. Just a tad. Yes, they run your AC a little extra then. I don't think we could afford the Bill. I really don't not if it's to sixty outside it's bad enough when it's one zero five if it's to sixty. That wouldn't be good. So I mean, so retrial that clip that's one of my favorite just amazing to me because it's like, you didn't know that the earth did this you didn't know the ocean absorbed heat seriously, every car read a red light be accidents at every corner of raising. Right. Who knew is just amazing just as just fascinating. Plus asinine. And that's why the problem is just they look at us like we're science deniers they can deny all kinds of science like actual gender. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Like weather a fetus is a human being before it's born all of that kind of science they ignore. But if we are skeptical that there's catastrophic climate change already. We're the crazy or crazy out of our minds. You're not doing anything you while you hate the planet. Yeah. Why do you hate people? Will know you're the ones who say the world is overcrowded. I don't hate people. And I love you got plenty of room actually at plenty of room. You don't like it here move someplace else every single person every living person given this back of every living person on this planet could fit on the island of Maui. Every person on earth. Now, it'd be a tad crowded, but you could you could fit every all seven and a half billion of us that on Maui. The world's not overcrowded. That's a that's a it's an amazing. As sure is. And you right, obviously, we don't want to do don't. Don't know don't want. No because I'm afraid that the island might tip over the gas is. Yeah. Baby. That's what Hank was concerned about. Yeah. Maybe he was thinking of that fact. Right. When he ducked to the the the naval. I think he was was it a general or was it a Admiral was in the Marine Corps guy.
"one hundred years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To reassert global. Friends enemies. Okay. So there's a lot there. But the comparison with a lot there to storming the beaches at Normandy. You can well see how you get there. No, actually, I can't really helped me with that over because as dispensable nation, right? And. Other countries are just waiting for us to fix it. Yeah. We all saw the documentary independence day. That's where I world was going to be taken over by aliens. The other countries were just waiting for us to save them. And we did and we were the indispensible nation do other countries. Actually, call us the indispensable nation as he asserts. I think nation. Yeah. I don't know that the word is indispensable. I don't think it is actually I would be so insulted. If I were World War Two veteran for his comparison to normally all by God for that for the climate change fight, it just pathetic. And we we need to come together. We need to bring the world together on this nonexistent problem. And we also need to bring the world together to find the tooth fairy. I want to do both of these things. Really? Yes. Yes. I want to bring the world together. And finally, finally find the tooth fairy. Because I'm a little hacked off at him. I'm finding that he is giving my grandkids like ten bucks a tooth fo. I got twenty five cents. Don't have your grandkids talk to my kids, really because he's rip with my kids. That's why we need to come together. You can find very Hemmer. Her. I you know, I is is there. I think the gender is fluid on the tooth fairy. I I don't know. But we need to come together. And. Find that nonexistent being just like we need to fix this nonexistent problem now is it a problem that the world the world has warmed point nine degrees in one hundred years. It doesn't scare me that much. Especially since we've had an eighteen year pause here. In the meantime, because warmer weather does what helps food grow. Not seeing the real major. Do you know that even NASA came out this week? Even NASA came out and said the increase in ice has offset any melting there's been so you're saying it's melted in some places. Yes. But it's also increased in other places. So really what's happening is the earth and mother nature, right or just kind of taking care of it and sort of doing what it's always done, which is fascinating. Change before this planet. When did what no? Until man, it's always been static. Right. It's always been. If the oceans didn't do what the oceans do all melted by now, you kidding me. I mean, that's that's those are reports that have actually happened. Yes. Harmony missions also trap heat. Today's report shows oceans have adored ninety percent of that heat right raising ocean. Temperatures by half a degree had all that he'd gone into the atmosphere. Why air temperatures could have risen by more than two hundred degrees. Thank you. Thank you. Think of that. If the earth didn't function the way it's supposed to weigh. It does it'd be dead. Yeah. It'd be two hundred sixty degrees today in Dallas. Two hundred and sixty degrees. That's a tad uncomfortable. Just a tad running your AC a little extra then. I don't think we could afford the Bill. I really don't know if it's to sixty outside it's bad enough when it's one zero five if it's to sixty. Yeah. Yeah. That wouldn't be good. Oh would. So. I mean, so retired love that clip. That's one of my favorite just a to me because it's like, wait. You didn't know that the earth? Did this? You didn't know the ocean absorbed heat seriously, every car ran a red light therapy accident at every corner of raising right? Who knew it's just amazing just as fascinating, blunts asinine. And that's why the problem is just they look at us like we're science deniers they can deny all kinds of science like actual gender. Oh my gosh. Yes. Like weather a fetus is a human being before it's born all of that kind of science they ignore. But if we are skeptical that there's catastrophic climate change already. We're the crazy or crazy or out of our minds. You're not doing anything you while you hate the planet. Yeah. Why do you hate people? Will know you're the ones who say the world is overcrowded. I don't hate people. And I love you got plenty of room actually at plenty of room. You don't like it here booth someplace else every single person every living person? I think we've given this back every living person on this planet could fit on the island Maui. Every person on earth. Now, it'd be a tad crowded, but you could you could fit every all seven and a half billion of us that on Maui. The world's not overcrowded. That's a that's a it's an amazing Fisher is sure is and bright, obviously, we don't want to do then. No, we don't want out visible. No. Because I'm afraid that the island might tip over the gas is. Yeah. Maybe that's what Hank was concerned about. Yeah. Maybe he was thinking of that fact. Right. When he talked to the the the naval, I think he was a was it a general or was it a Admiral was in the Marine Corps.
"one hundred years" Discussed on KTOK
"Reassert level. Friends enemies today. Okay. So there's a lot there. But the comparison with a lot there to storming the beaches at Normandy. Well, see how you get there. No, actually, I can't help me with that. Because that's where the indispensable nation. Right. And the people other countries are just waiting for us to fix it. Yeah. Who else saw the documentary independence day? I world was going to be taken over by aliens. The other countries were just waiting for us to save them. And then we did we're the indispensable nation. Do other countries actually call us the indispensable nation as he asserts. Something nation. I don't know that the word is indispensable. I don't think it is actually I would be so insulted. If I were World War Two veteran for his comparison to normally all by go further for the climate change fight. They just pathetic. And we we need to come together. We need to bring the world together on this nonexistent problem. And we also need to bring the world together to find the tooth fairy. I want to do both of these things. Really? Yes. Yes. I want to bring the world together. And finally, finally find the tooth fairy. Because I'm a little hacked off at him. I'm finding that. He is giving my grandkids like ten bucks a tooth. Whoa. I got twenty five cents. Don't have your grandkids talk to my kids really because rip with my kids. That's why we need to come together. You can find very Hemmer. Her. I you know, I is is there. I think the gender is fluid on the to ferry. I I don't know. But we need to come together. And. Find that nonexistent being just like we need to fix this nonexistent problem now is it a problem that the world the world has. Warmed point nine degrees in one hundred years. It doesn't scare me that much. Especially since we've had an eighteen year pause here. In the meantime, because warmer weather does what helps food grow. Not seeing the real major. Do you know that even NASA came out this week? Even NASA came out and said the increase in ice has offset any melting there's been. So you're saying it's melted someplace places. Yes. But it's also increased in other places. So really what's happening is the earth and mother nature, right or just kind of taking care of it and sort of doing what it's always done, which is fascinating. Before on this planet. When did what no? Until man, it's always been static. Right. It's always the same. If the oceans didn't do what the oceans do all melted by now, you kidding me. I mean, that's that's those are reports that have actually happened. Yes. Emissions also trap heat. Today's report shows oceans have absorbed ninety percent of that heat. Bright raising ocean. Temperatures by half a degree had all that he'd gone into the atmosphere. Ear temperatures could have risen by more than two hundred degrees. Thank you. Thank you think of that. If the earth didn't function the way it's supposed to have your way does. It'd be dead. Yeah. It'd be two hundred and sixty degrees today in Dallas two hundred and sixty degrees. That's a tad uncomfortable. Just a tad may running your AC a little extra then. I don't think we could afford the Bill. I really don't know not if it's to sixty outside it's bad enough when it's one oh five if it's to sixty. That wouldn't be good. So. So retired love that clip. That's one of my favorite just amazing to me because it's like, you didn't know that the earth did this you didn't know the ocean absorbed heat seriously, every car ran a red light therapy accident at every corner of raising right? Who knew is just amazing just it's just fascinating. Plus asinine. And and that's why the problem is just they look at us like we're science deniers they can deny all kinds of science like actual gender. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Like weather a fetus is a human being before it's born all of that kind of science they ignore. But if we are skeptical that there's catastrophic climate change already. We're the crazy or crazy. We're out of our minds. You're not doing anything you while you hate the planet. Yeah. Why do you hate people? Will know you're the ones who say the world is overcrowded. I don't hate people. And I love you got plenty of room actually at plenty of room. You don't like it here booth someplace else every single person every living person? I think we've given this back of every living person on this planet could fit on the island of Maui. Every person on earth. Now, it'd be a tad crowded, but you could you could fit every all seven and a half billion of us the that on Maui. The world's not overcrowded. That's a that's a it's an amazing patisseries series and bright, obviously, we don't want to do them. No. No, no, because I'm afraid that the island might tip over and Kasai's. Yeah. Maybe that's what Hank was concerned about. Yeah. Maybe he was thinking of that fact. Right. When he talked to the the the naval, I think he was was it a general or was it a Admiral it was in the Marine Corps guy in the.
"one hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I have never owned a gun. My mom. She had inherited a family rifle saw I think the rifle was about one hundred years old. And basically, my mom used it. She was like get skunks out of the art sometimes shoot shoot at them. And she was horrible shooter. Her mother kept the gun in a locked box a month after Sarah moved in the boyfriend broke into their home. And took that rifle what happened to Sarah after that is extremely hard to hear about. And you should be aware of that. If you're listening with children. He hit his car. So if you came into the driveway, you wouldn't have known it was there. He broke into my mom's house, he cut her phone lines. And as soon as I hung up my phone and walked in the door. He came around the corner with the rifle pointed right at me. And that's when he had me take all my clothing off, a member seeing my mom's bedroom door completely barricaded. And he told me she's fine. And I know when he was done torturing me that night is when he told me to get dressed, and I did and I remember kind of briefly falling asleep. When he had me get back onto the bed. And I remember waking up in jumping out of that. And as soon as I did that I remember telling myself to pretend to be asleep. And I remember falling to the floor thinking weird way to fall pretend to fall asleep. But I now know that's when he had shot me. And that was my.
"one hundred years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"You Sean the one hundred years of the NFL or whatever the. That's freaking fantastic. It was kind of just a promotional ad for the NFL. If you call that an ad that was one of my favorite things of the day. I wish you'd been closed captioned with all the names though because move so quick. And I'm also wondering how old you had to be to really enjoy it if you're younger than I am you didn't know who a lot of those people were. Yeah. Well, and if you're made didn't know who a lot of those people were I mean, it just again it moves so fast, and there's so many guys. So if that counts as an add the the opening of the game, the Peyton Manning, presenting the film thing, I thought was freaking hilarious. I think that was the highlight of the day. I was John Malkovich would yell at me. I thought that was the best thing of the entire Super Bowl. That was really really good. But I don't think that counts as a man or maybe it does. Was that before the anthem didn't see them behind? That was the best thing of the entire five hour broadcast. Several minutes long. But it's really really good. I was I was bummed because I figured okay. I'll turn on the telecast the actual game. And I'll see all sorts of good stuff. But the I just caught Gladys Knight. Barely because she was in the pre-game anthems part of the game. I need to be alerted. Mailbag? The NFL the Peyton Manning the opening of the the whole thing they're big open and that hundred year thing really good stuff. They've decided apparently they got to get on their PR game because that was good..
"one hundred years" Discussed on Science Friday
"Where whether from wildfire excetera, it can really be impetus to refine our mansion Dopp kind of carbon send. Trick management techniques to increase the carbon in or like mitigate the risks from wildfire. Insects disease the other threats that are forced face. So I think it's a very valuable tool to drawing attention to this and increase in the sciences, FARs refining. Our estimates of force carbon with new technologies. Christopher what else can you? Tell us though, about the management techniques used to increase carbon sequestration to actually apply for these credits. And get them force have to be better than average at carbon sequestration. So how do you get to that point forest chirp ship, and that's a good question because professional foresters for over one hundred years have been really focused on whether you know, increasing the timber production wildlife habitat production, you know, yield of water now carbon is another thing. So adjusting the structure of trees adjusting species composition over time adjusting, the density of trees that is pertinent to the force type and the climate you're in can really kind of increase the growth of. Trees and hence increase the the carbon yield as it were Christo. What are some of the limitations of this program? It seems like it's something that could really work to preserve forest to make sure we're growing and preserving more trees and also prevent also create a marketplace for this. But what are some of the limitations are the or the problems down the road? Jesse? Yeah. You know, one one thing is that it's really hard to figure out. How do you know that the thing that's happening in the force to store? More carbon wouldn't have happened without the program now. So how do we know that we're really storing additional carbon and the California offset programme has taken a few steps to safeguard and make sure that that is the case, but it's definitely one of the ongoing questions that were working on and will continue to need refinement as forest offset programs, grow and expand at the bigger picture. A forest offset program is one one of the tools and a good approach to incorporate for us and forest management into our overall picture of climate change mitigation and forest carbon can really do good, especially when you think about a co benefits of forests as well. And we can do more with force than we have been doing. But it's certainly not the whole climate solution. We need forest carbon, and we need to be decreasing all of our energy in Israel missions. So it's an important piece of the puzzle. But one of the pieces. We're talking with Christopher Woodall. And that was just crystal Anderson. She's a research fellow at the World Wildlife Fund, Christopher what all's a research project leader with a USDA four service, and we're talking about carbon sequestration how.
"one hundred years" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"So we stand together like a true community sometimes doctorate through the biggest crises of our lives and a sufficient number of members share in that cost. We cut the cheques to the doctors and hospitals out of that receiving members account, and we're following that methodology and paying one another's bills to the extent of thirty seven million dollars every month every single month. That's amazing. Think about that think about the laser being touched just because of that that gets me fired up. Dust. So this is not health insurance rights to talk about the difference between that because I know that with health sharing people get confused, it's not health insurance. And we don't want it to be right. We really don't it's voluntary it's cooperative. That's the primary distinction. We participated in it out of a ministry motivation to assist others, our dollars, go to another person. I it's only in the event we have our own medical expenses that those members assist us. And so it is reciprocal, but it's based upon that principle or that model of mutual aid, and mutual assistance, and frankly, I would contend it's the way medical bills were paid for long before the advent of modern insurance, if you I Dr lived one hundred years ago. Yeah. Medical bill. It's our neighbors. It's our community. It's the local church that would gather round us support the family. Enable or meet the emotional and spiritual needs as well as financial expenses. And we've simply taken that principle and turned it into a solution for healthcare. And that's that's what it's all about. And anyone can sign up anytime. Right. You don't have to be doesn't have to be during the enrollment period. Now in the new system this is completely separate. So you can you can literally sign up at any point at any time right gratefully because we're not insurance and we're exempt from the Affordable Care Act. We're not subject to that. Open enrollment calendar. So folks have a program not pleased with or dissatisfied with or have buyer's remorse. They can come..
"one hundred years" Discussed on KTOK
"Dating back one hundred years or more in detailing something significant, but by value on the museum marketplaces like the Smithsonian. Often display scraps of paper with writings Mississippi war that could be worth some cash an old newspaper might be worthless to you valuable to someone else, especially if the chronicles of historic event like a presidential victory or the start of a war. And if that sounds good. Stage musical instruments violin trace back to the sinking of the Titanic. And someone's attic fetched one point seven million dollars as what you get for your money. I'm dark Dennis Fox News. Media minute. With Howard Kurtz, Nancy Pelosi was getting all kinds of good press. When the first female speaker of the house, reclaim the gavel for a second time. But within hours, she got upstaged by another democratic congresswoman who went to a microphone and full of you over crowd and set a President Trump. We're going to go and impeach the expletive word beginning with mother this caused a media explosion and the press to which credit did many members of the president nounce what she had said the language that she had used Nancy Pelosi had to distance herself. But said President Trump says things that are just as bad president hasn't used that particular word in public, but it did show us a real split. And how crude the political conversation has become a this woman getting attention by using the expletive, but also some Democrats do favor impeachment. But the leadership including Pelosi does not the media kind of choosing upsides. Here's some saying. Well, they're just giving the president back what he dishes out other saying this was a bridge too far with your media minute. Howie Kurtz, Fox News. Iheartradio has given wonks their own radio station. Washington's walk FM, listen inside the beltway and one zero four point seven do at the DMV at one zero one point one HD two or ask your smart speaker to play Washington's walk FM on iheartradio is only the beginning of their long road beyond all the hospitals,.
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"A room packed with scientific luminaries one hundred years ago. An excited buzz over what he's about to be revealed, according to one distinguished observer, the whole atmosphere of tents interest was exactly like that the Greek drama. They were to find out if an expedition that trust the world during that summer of nineteen nineteen and brought back observations of the stars could verify an extraordinary theory about gravity space and time and the nature of the entire universe. The expedition was led by the British astronomer, author Eddington, and he was on a mission, partly it was a scientific quest during a solar eclipse he had seen the stars shift in the heavens his observations would put to the test. What many physicists now considered to be the most beautiful theory ever Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity, an explanation of the force of gravity that holds the universe together? Eddington's work was about to turn Einstein into a global celebrity. But that was another motive behind Eddington's mission to to help foster international collaboration and harmony after the most devastating conflict the world had ever seen when Eddington sale with his telescopes photographic plate to the remote island of Principe off the coast of west Africa, hoping that the eclipse would allow him to put Einstein's ideas to the test. It was as much a spiritual as a scientific journey..
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"Celebrating one hundred years invested here. And now, here's Washington Fed's Brad Goode. Good morning. Apple under pressure as CEO. Tim cook has warned investors to expect lower sales from the holiday quarter, and he's blaming trade. Tensions and a slowdown in China. He says it would be primarily due to lower into speed iphone sales throughout China and fewer upgrades and other countries. The company now expects revenue for the three months ending in December to be at about eighty four billion dollars. That's down from an earlier estimate as high as ninety three billion the tax credit that incentive. Many Americans on electric cars is phasing out in two thousand nineteen. Meantime, tesla is stepping up in cutting its prices in the US by two thousand dollars as the electric automaker. Sees the end of the federal tax credit for buyers back when that incentive began tesla buyers could get seventy five hundred dollars in credit for purchasing plug in electric car. As of January first buyers will only get three thousand seven hundred and fifty bucks in July. The number will be cut in half the credit ends in twenty twenty. So. Is the economy slowing or not we do know jobs in December looked quite strong private payroll company? ADP reports two hundred seventy one thousand jobs were added far ahead of estimates. That's good for business on KOMO news. And President Trump has described the market selloff as a little glitch. But the warning from apple has apple stock down nine percent this morning and the numbers for the rest of the markets are not much prettier. You share? You want them? The Dow is down five hundred thirty four right now at twenty two thousand eight hundred s and p five hundred down forty nine that's almost two percent. And the NASDAQ is down about one hundred sixty three that's two and a half percent. We'll try to distract you something. More positive coming up next door trivia contest. And a look at traffic and weather. Komo news time seven twenty one. Information.