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"one square kilometer" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"This was their prime viewing our suddenly nineteen. Bright streaks of light appeared in the foreground overlapping the DWARF GALAXIES The to astronomers there at the screen and shop the sharp lines remained for the course of five minutes before disappearing Johnson later say nineteen streaks across a single exposure is pretty incredible. That's got to be some kind of record but this was no galactic miracle it was completely man may just one week earlier multi-billionaire Elon. Musk had launched sixty new starling satellites into suborbital space. They're part of his initiative to provide worldwide Internet under the larger umbrella of his ambitious. Space Company SPACEX at five hundred pounds. Each satellite is roughly the size of a kitchen table. Nineteen of them obscured the view that night in two thousand and one thousand nine hundred having perfectly caught the glare of the rising sun but this number is minuscule compared to how many satellites space x still plans to launch as of January twenty twenty the federal Communications Commission has approved the launch of twelve thousand satellites. And if they played their cards right the private space company is hoping to launch around thirty thousand more the night sky as we know it would become a swarm of artificial lights. This is the dark side of a cast original a show where we will delve into the seedy underbelly of pop culture icons and Historical Events. We aim to expose the ugly truth behind cultural moments and public figures. We hold most dear proving that there is always more to the story than meets the eye. I'm your host Richard and I'm kate. This is our eighth episode on the dark side of space while the quest to put a man on the moon and explore the great beyond has always been a trophy on the shelves of US history. We're digging just a little deeper into what really happened to get there at Parkas grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know our do reach out on facebook and Instagram. At Park cast and twitter at our cast network. You can find all episodes of the dark side of and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream the dark side of for free on spotify. Just open the APP tap rows type the dark side of in the search bar last week we learned about the environmental hazards of space travel and how rock emissions space junk and intergalactic mining owes a threat to life on this week. We'll be exploring new space. The industry created by billionaire corporations to monetize Milky Way. We'll learn about the length. Some companies go to just to advertise in space and the recent progress in space tourism. A newfangled vacation for the wealthy elite real. Also look at proposals for space colonization and manufacturing in space probe deeper into what motivations under in private space efforts the nineteen sixty space race ushered in a longer and more irreversible era. The space age this EP was controlled at first solely by the government as such Nasr's achievements were regarded as national milestones in which was fair considering that project. Apollo alone cost taxpayers over two hundred and eighty three billion in today's dollars yet despite this obligatory participation America's public sector and not private industry clutched the keys to space. The NASA trend continued into the beginning of the twenty-first century. Meanwhile in Nineteen eighty-four. A significant event took place that year. Congress enacted the Commercial Space Launch. Act which was a drastic change in US space policy. It's set in motion. The ability of private companies to develop space technology and travel completely independent of the government. It was a shrewd move already. Nasa relied on tens of thousands of contractors to support the development and execution of its missions. Now the private sector prominent hand in advancing America's technology and exploring space essentially helping to pay the bills for new US accomplishments. The ramifications of this policy wouldn't be felt until the turn of the century with the founding of major private spaceflight companies but the seeds of these ventures were already being planted as the year two thousand approached. The DOT COM bubble was a rapidly bloating. Bill Gates and Paul Allen of Microsoft were established celebrities in the World Wide Web was becoming the foundation of new and exciting TECH ENTERPRISES INCLUDING AMAZON DOT COM founded by Jeff Bezos in ninety four and pay PAL CO founded by Elon. Musk in ninety. Eight bezos and must were relative newcomers to Silicon Valley a growing region for entrepreneurs just south of San Francisco California but in just a few more years their underlying interests in private space technology be making industry headlines in the meantime space retained its allure to the American public as evidenced by films like Star Wars and back to the future it also reared its mystical head via the stream of space themed advertisements during the nineteen eighties and nineties. This was likely due to the fascination surrounding NASA space shuttle missions and while most advertisers wove their fairytales using green screen. Some where the real deal in Nineteen eighty-four coca-cola proposed taking a can of their classic soda on a Space Shuttle Flight. When Pepsi caught wind they submitted their own rival beverage each company devised a candidate would allow for microgravity enjoyment including special valves supposedly Coca Cola paid two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for their design while Pepsi claims to have spent a whopping fourteen million dollars on their version calculating for inflation. That's worth almost thirty. Five million dollars in twenty twenty whether this cash was worth it or not. It's hard to tell. Both contraptions flew aboard the space shuttle Challenger in nineteen eighty five but now so it was quick to clarify that. The project was an engineering experiment. And not any kind of Brown's endorsement or advertisement. It was a suspicious claim. Considering that both soda companies were clearly in it for the public exposure in one thousand nine hundred ninety three the. Us government was much less flexible when American Companies Space Marketing Inc. made an outlandish request. The firm wanted to launch a giant space billboard into the ether this would have measured one square kilometer over a half mile. Luckily it was sidelined as obtrusive. Space advertising but plenty of wealthy brands have still made it to space and almost all of them can thank Russia in nineteen ninety-seven an Israeli milk. Company called to Nuba paid for the first live. Television commercial filmed in space. Audiences watched as cosmonaut vacillates who believe swallowed floating bubbles of milk aboard. Russia's Mir spacecraft and in two thousand America's beloved Pizza Hut chain paid one million dollars to put up thirty foot logo on a Russian Proton rocket headed to the International Space Station while Russia has time and again taken cash from cheesy space. Advertisers NASA as a government agency is restricted by law from appearing to endorse brands. The Nineteen eighty-four Soda Experiment of course being questionable anomaly. The agency has even gone so far as to carefully dubbed the EMINEM's aboard spacecraft candy coated chocolates these steadfast rules against endorsement. Remain in place for now. But that doesn't mean NASA hasn't created new avenues for commercial profit seeking creative ways to take in private money for example in February of Twenty twenty. The agency awarded a one hundred and forty million dollar contract to axiom. Space their primary manufacturer for the International Space Station..

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on Today in Focus

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

Brief History Podcast

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

"On the twenty fourth of July nineteen. Eight Armenians hopes equality in the Ottoman Empire brightened when a Kook debt tax stage by officers in the Ottoman Third Army. Based Insulin Relieve Abdul Hamid the second from power and restored the country to constitutional monarchy. Officers were part of the Young Turks Movement. They wanted reform administration that the perceived conduct stay the Ottoman Empire. Modern the noise it to European standards the movement was Anti Hermit and coalition coalition made up of two distinct groups the liberal constitutionalists. Institutionally lists on nationalist. The former were more democratic inacceptable Romanians whereas the latter were less tolerant on on millions and that frequent requests for European assistance in nineteen O to join the congress of the Young Turks. How in Paris the heads of the Liberal Wing mm-hmm Sabra and Amit Rizza Bay particularly persuaded nationalist to include their objectives insurance? Some rights for a minute to minorities tis of the empire. One in remain risk factions within the young Turks movement was a secret Revolutionary Organization called the Committee of Union progress rest. The senior pig drew membership from disaffected army offices base insulin and beyond the wave of mutinies against the central the government in nineteen eighty elements. Third Army Misaki. Second Article declared their opposition to the sultan and threatened to march on the capital to dispose him Hamid shaken by a wave. Resentment step down from power. As Armenians Greeks Syrians Arab okay Acadians and Turks alike rejoicing dethronement accounting cook took place in early nineteen ninety nine ultimately resulting in the thirty I mart instant on thirty April. One thousand nine hundred nine. This was the Mosca dinner. Uh reaction we ought to military animates joined by Islamic theological students aid to return control to the country the sultan and the rule of law riots and fighting broke out between the Revolutionary Forces and the C. U. P. forces until the C. U.. EP we're able to put down the uprising and court martial the opposition leaders while the government initially targeted the young Turk government. It spilled over into programs against the Armenians were perceived as having support the restoration of the constitution about four thousand Turkish civilians and soldiers participated in rampage estimates of the number of Armenians killed in the course of Adana massacre range from fifteen fifteen thousand to thirty thousand people in one thousand nine hundred twelve. The first Bokan war broke out and ended with the defeat. The the ultimate empire as well as loss of eighty five percent of his European territory many in the parcel this defeat as well as divine punishment for society. It did not know how to pull itself together. The Turkish nationalist movement in the country gradually came to view an as the last refuge. The Armenian population formed a significant minority in this region. An important consequential Boko Boeken's war it was also the mass expulsion of Muslims from the Balkans from the beginning of the mid nineteenth century hundreds of thousands of Muslims including Turks and Chechens were forcibly expelled and of his fallen tree migrated from the caucus and the Balkans as a result. The Russian Turkish wars served this assertion genocide in the conflicts in the Balkans Muslim society in the empire was incensed by this flood of refugees journal published in Constantinople. Express the move with the times quote. Let this be a warning. Oh Muslims slim's don't get comfortable. Do not let your blood called before taking revenge as many as eight hundred and fifty thousand of these refugees. He's was settled in the area where the Armenians resided this escalated the states. They're relatively well-off neighbors. As historian Tanna come and others have noted some of those came to play a pivotal role in the killings of the Armenians and the confiscation patie- their properties during the genocide on the second November nineteen fourteen the Ottoman mm-hmm an empire opened the Middle Eastern Theatre War One by entering possibilities on the side of the central powers against the alloys the battles the Caucasus campaign. Persian campaign in Gallipoli campaign affected several populous Armenian center before entering the war. The the Ottoman government had sent representatives to the Armenian Congress resume to persuade Ottoman Armenians to facilitate his conquest of Transcaucasia by inciting an insurrection of Russian Armenians against the Russian army in the event of a caucus Fred's which opened from the twenty four December. Nine hundred and Fourteen Minister War Pasha implemented a plan to encircle and destroy the Russian Course Discuss Army I Sara Commission in order to regain territories lost to Russia after the Turkish war of eighteen. Seventy seven to seventeen and and the pressures forces were routed in the battle and also almost completely destroyed return into constantinople onto no and the pressure publicly blamed his defeat on or means in the region having actively sided with the Russians in November nineteen fourteen Shekar or a slam claimed. She had holy war against the Christians. This was later US fight to vote radical masses in the implementation Clemente of the Armenian genocide on the twenty fifth of February Nineteen Fifty Ottoman general staff released. It's the warm ministers. Ember Pashas directive eighty six eighty two on increased security and precautions to all military units calling for the removal evolve all ethnic Armenian serving in the optimum forces from their post and for that demobilisation they were assigned to an aunt on the Labor battalions. The Red Directive accused. The Armenian Patriarch Chunk of releasing state secrets to the Russians and the Pasha Shakes blamed this decision. Our fear that they would collaborate with the Russians traditionally the Ottoman army only drafted numbers males between ages. Twenty twenty two forty five into the regular army. The younger men fifteen twenty and forty five to sixty non Muslim soldiers always been mused as logistical support throughout the Labor battalions before Fabri. Some of the Armenian cruze utilizes laborers. Though they were ultimately committee executed transferring Armenian conscripts from active combat to passive on logistics as actions was an important improve precursor to the separate genocide is reporting the memo's Nyumbani the execution of their Armenians Minions Leaves Battalions were Paul Premeditated Strategy of the C. U. P. Many of these Armenian recruits were executed by local Turkish guns on the nineteenth of April nineteen. Fifteen jet fled. They demanded the city of Van. Immediate furnish him four thousand soldiers soldiers under the pretext conscription however it was clear. The Armenian population is go with the massacre. The able bodied men of Van so that there would be no defenders. Jet Them Bay had org uses official in nearby villages ostensibly to search for arms homes but in fact to initiate wholesale massacres. The Armenian offered five hundred soldiers exemption money for the rest in order to buy time but Gentleman Bay Armenians of rebellion and asserted determination to Russia or cost quote if the rebels for a single show he declared I should every man woman and pointing to his knee every charge up to hear yet the next day the twenty fifth of April nineteen fifty the Cj van began when an Armenian woman was harassed and to our Menia Moon men came to our aid were killed Baltim- and soldiers the Armenian defenders protected the thirty thousand residents from fifteen thousand refugees live in the air area roughly one square kilometer of their mind arming and quarter and suburb of fifteen hundred able bodied men who were supplied with three hundred rifles pistols an antique placards. The conflict lasted until January urine. There of Russia came to their rescue report of the conflict. Reach then United States busted busted to the ultimate Emperor Henry Mortem through senior from Aleppo important prompted him to raise an issue to person with other Latin and as he quoted to them the testimony is always consulted officials. They justified the deportations Mesh late. In the war suggested suggesting that complicity of the armies of the Russian forces they take a city just by dipoto persecution for all ethnic Armenians liens go. I did nineteen fourteen Ottoman authorities had already begun prog under drive to present. Armenians is living in the Ottoman Empire as a threat to the Empire Security Ottoman naval officer in the war of described the planet quote in in order to justify this enormous crime the requisite propaganda to was there a thoroughly repaired in Istanbul included. Such statements asked the League with the enemy. They will lord that Rice in Houston Kid author intended Disney doesn't will succeed no pin the Straits of the amounts end quote on the ninth of the two thousand eight hundred twenty four eight four nine thousand nine hundred fifty notice. There's read Sunday Ottoman government rounded up and imprisoned estimated two hundred and Fifty Armenian intellectuals and community leaders of the ultimate capital Costantino poor and later those and other centers were moved to the two holding centers.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"By Audi right now trending on news ninety three point one K. of BK Major League Baseball has come to an agreement with its on pyres which includes a five year plan to develop and test computers calling balls and strikes is five year deal also includes raises for umpires a similar program is already being tested in other professionally so the world is coming together to build a time machine do you believe me why would I not okay you know I I I I am very fascinated for truly about this story it is fascinating so they they just wrapped up the last engineering meeting this month and they are breaking ground on something called the square kilometer array it is the largest science project in human history and planning has been under way since nineteen ninety one it is a radio telescope so think of a dash that would be seven stories tall and one square kilometer which you know we're not metric here so sixty four city blocks in Sacramento about right and here's what science can do with that we need to build not just a telescope but the time machine we need to look back thirteen and a half billion years ago to the cosmic dorm you see astronomy is like archaeology in archaeology to further you dig the more you go back in time in astronomy because life has a finite speed the further you look the more you go back in time that's why they call it a time machine so it's a time machine a like back to the future time machine it's a time machine it looks bad a look back and we can learn so much more about our history why were here the galaxies and so on and what we need to get really far back about science community Matthew is seated row we did a Ted talk on the square kilometer array or SK a and yes they are looking for alien life but also they want to know was Einstein right about gravity a lot of a lot of Einstein's theories are theories that you know we haven't had the tools are in our standard of proof so far he's got most of it right what right and they also want to know how black holes are formed the pictures apparently will be standing like many times with the Hubble telescope has been able to save I'm also spin off science that can impact everything from genetics to computing it is the largest public science project ever so the SK a is not going to be one big dash like I describe sixty four city blocks and seven stories high that just would collapse under its own weight instead this is going to be a collection of dishes mostly in South Africa and Australia like in the middle of Australia and enough fibre optic cable to wrapped twice around the globe so everything is going to be connected to a computer that will have the processing power of one hundred million PC's they've engineer that's already fifteen hundred engineers across twenty countries working and coordinating since nineteen ninety one they're about to break ground it is a shared global experience according to Matthew that science and humanity well it will do a lot of good for both in an age of budget cuts thank yous and growing isolationism it is reassuring to see that this vision to look back to the early universe is inspiring so many countries to work together to fund this machine and to trust in science the headquarters is in the UK most of the dishes will be in Australia Australia and South Africa the first and largest part of the project in Africa will be online so the broken ground to be online in twenty twenty seven they gonna be looking for life in outer space yeah they want to yes definitely life in outer space the one about black holes that that used to be not so widely accepted as it is today there are a lot of people in the mainstream say yeah I totally believe this right so there are there are so many mysteries right that you know that this could help solve help explain even from a defense standpoint if there is life in outer space what are their intentions and since twenty countries are involved I mean they'll be you know a global perspective it's not just one country looking at it interesting all right back here on the planet people are out there hitting the road Mr nobles very like travel on the roads to this request right by the California lottery at the limit all the way around eighty from Roseville nine minutes to the cap cities but another nine on the cap city freeway near downtown thirteen minutes in from elk Grove on either five or ninety nine if you're coming from fall some on highway fifty it's an eighteen minute drive in from what went on I five twenty one minutes we'll do it got an accident reported sat down I five west El Camino a vehicle off the roadway down the embankment they originally were calling an ambulance now they're saying no words for it if you're coming in from Davis he's done AT across the causeway it sixteen minutes to downtown in the high country king controls on eighty have been drop you still got to put mine on highway fifty to get over echo summit from twin bridges to Myers you know that one person you 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"one square kilometer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of BK numbers this morning show the incredible growth in China's economy in the past decade they are now number two in the world for GDP sitting at thirteen trillion dollars they still trail the United States but forecasters predict China's economy will grow by six percent in twenty twenty which will double their economy since twenty eleven right here's a positive story for you much of the world is coming together to build a time machine they just wrapped the last engineering meeting and they're breaking ground on something called the square kilometer array it is the largest science project in human history and planning has been under way since nineteen ninety one it is a radio telescope think of a dash that would be seven stories tall and one square kilometer which is like sixty four city blocks of Sacramento here's what science can do with that we need to build not just a telescope but the time machine we need to look back thirteen and a half billion years ago to the cosmic dorm you see astronomy is like archaeology in archaeology to further you dig the more you go back in time in astronomy because like has a finite speed the further you look the more you go back in time so they need to look far to figure out what happened and they're gonna be able to answer so many questions so that science communicator Matthew receipt row he did a Ted talk on the square kilometer array or SK a as it's called and yes they are looking for alien life but they're also trying to find out was Einstein right about it a lot of his theory Rabbani how're black holes formed and the pictures are going to be so much more than anything we see with the Hubble they're gonna be stunning I'm trying to wrap my brain around this okay so everything from genetics to computing will be impacted by the research done by this but SK a is not gonna be one big dish is not gonna be sixty four square blocks they can't build something that big it collapses on its own weight instead it will be a collection of dishes mostly in South Africa and Australia and enough fibre optic too wrapped twice around the globe so that they can communicate with all of these dishes are all the computer connected the dishes we'll have the processing power of one hundred million PC's okay so it's going to be extremely powerful Matthew says with fifteen hundred engineers across twenty countries working and coordinating it is also this shared global experience that does science and humanity a lot of good in an age of budget cuts thank yous and growing isolationism it is reassuring to see that this vision to look back to the early universe is inspiring so many countries to work together to fund this machine and to trust in science that's also why it's taken so long so this was originally the idea came from a nineteen ninety conference and the all these engineers have been working together since then trying to agree on how they should set it all up they've done not now brought a ground is breaking on the square kilometer array the headquarters is in the UK again most of the dishes will be in Australia and South Africa but they will all work together with one central computer the first and largest part of the project is under way in Africa it'll be online by twenty twenty seven so in nineteen sixties of course there was all this attention paid to space exploration or getting into space getting the most out and that they felt like in history there was a law all you know there's like a down period and you feel right now I feel as though right now we're back into space exploration is becoming exciting again I think because we've taken these huge jumps in technology and we have set the computing power is so much more now the the actual devices are stronger yeah I think it's this computing power finally a space explorers are figuring out ways to use that it's fascinating and there's a whole website and square kilometer array by the way if your teacher your science teacher all kinds of information and consumables for students on the website very interesting stuff okay we gotta get to the roads right now said Brian has a look and looking great this forthright about the California office of traffic safety we still have spots some fog in a number of areas but a lot of that is really lifting off the deck and so not affecting your drive quite so much eighty from Roseville nine minutes gets into the cab cities but another nine on the cap city freeways all it takes to get to downtown if you're coming in from elk Grove five ninety nine and matter you're out of choice either one is still thirteen minutes and although on on my five north out of pocket road got an accident last time around reporter this is non injury now we understand they do have a ambulance responding there set fires on the scene there all it also just a west of off of highway ninety nine calamine wrote I understand we have a acts into their head on collision not as bad as it sounds fairly in ambulances responding to somebody says the knack for it so they've got to call the ambulance mainly out of precaution fifty from also an eighteen minute drive from woodland I five twenty one will do it sixteen if you're coming in from Davis from nine to five you work in a five to seven means happy hour then you can wait the five to ten minutes it takes for the right chair to arrive get a sober ride home this holiday go safely California from the California office of traffic safety traffic on the tent every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. dense fog for a while this morning that low clouds and fog will give way to some sun this afternoon with a high of fifty four to fifty eight patchy clouds early.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Your afternoons are now more stimulated back to mark look bad on K. N. S. T. E. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk here in the US ambassador to Israel David Friedman return about Jerusalem and the significance of Jerusalem and I had a break go ahead well you know the pilgrims came to the United States thinking they were creating the new Jerusalem Ulysses grant Mark Twain visited Jerusalem Abraham Lincoln wished he would have been able to visit Jerusalem we set up a consulate in Jerusalem eighteen forty four hundred four years before the state of Israel because the United States has had a a love affair with Jerusalem a fantasy into an obsession even about true slim since its founding in the the key thing about to resume is that the word itself Jerusalem means city of peace but Jerusalem has been anything but the city of peace you know for the thirty five hundred years that it's been been around things changed in nineteen sixty seven when Jerusalem was reunited reunified under Israeli control for the first time Jews Muslims and Christians were able to worship together and I know you're just been there over the last few days the old city of Jerusalem is one square kilometer so it is in that one square kilometer you have some of the holiest places to the three major monotheistic Abraham at faith's until Israel was in control it was a constant process of somebody being up somebody being down someone be inter out and now you go there and you know there's millions of pilgrims coming every year to the city of Jerusalem and there are all you know in this tiny little spot the role worshipping their faiths peacefully no other occasional flare ups rarely but they're also handles you know promptly and you mainly it's a it's it's a miracle what's happening in Jerusalem and it's only happening because the Israelis for the first time in history a no in a very very long in ancient history have managed to balance the the competing interests in a way that everybody gets to come and visit and safety we were at an event together among others city David yes why we we there and what is the city of David well hi the city of David is a once in a century archaeological discovery and you know one thing you need to understand about the Jewish history of Jerusalem it's an unpleasant history because almost everything Jewish a batch Roussel has been destroyed over the last three thousand years the first temple was destroyed by the Babylonians the second temple was destroyed by the Romans more recently synagogues were destroyed by the Jordanians when they had control of Jerusalem so a lot of our history and I'm speaking now as a sort of rabbi in a Jew whatever history is buried and and so when we find it it's very meaningful to us because we have a long proud ancient history documented in the Bible and the city of David discovery really brings the Bible back to life because in a started when a the sewage pipe broke in a neighborhood in when they came to fix it they realize what they were sitting on top of it's in the first place it's a large almost no one big size pool call the pool of Siloam school break out the local group and that's where all the pilgrims from all around of the world many Jewish many not Jewish because non Jews also came to Jerusalem three times a year for the major Jewish festivals they would all purify themselves in this pool and once they saw the pool it was significantly down hill from the temple they kept looking they said well it had to be a way for them to get from the pool to the temple and they saw a completely intact underground underground wrote with the same flagstones that appear up by the the walls of the old city and what they discovered was the actual road from the pool that ascended up to the temple that all the pilgrims and you know but Josephus writes that is what they were like two and a half million a year coming to Jerusalem this is where they walked in this of course would include Jesus who came to the temple as a Jew during the holidays and you know his attendance at the temples well documented and and numerous writings so you have the ability in this archaeological finds not just to look at a broken shard of glass origination point actually immerse yourself in history twenty five hundred years ago two thousand years ago and to walk the road that you know the ancient Jewish people the ancient civilizations I had the privilege to walk and it's it's it's something like nothing else I've ever seen and you were there other dignitaries from America were there yes and what did the New York time say batch it definitely wasn't good I think they said I had taken a sledgehammer to diplomacy I recall something like that silly I use this us of course I was criticized by because the New York times in many of their many of their sympathizers think that there's something wrong with a covering Jewish history in Jerusalem closer to offend non Jews at doesn't think Christian so they think it'll offend those of the of the Muslim faith that somehow we will be discovering ancient artifacts of the Jewish people I want to continue with this as well as other matters when we return because the real reason they didn't want this known a reported as the archaeological activity in Athens and Rome and so forth just because it demonstrates as you just said a fact a.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"By Americans for tax reform smart talked about mark the US ambassador to Israel David Friedman we were trying about Jerusalem and the significance of Jerusalem and I had a break going to well you know the pilgrims came to the United States thinking they were creating the new Jerusalem Ulysses grant Mark Twain visited Jerusalem Abraham Lincoln wish he would have been able to visit Jerusalem we set up a consulate in Jerusalem eighteen forty four hundred four years before the state of Israel because the United States has had a a love affair with Jerusalem a fantasy and a an obsession even about true slim since its founding in the the key thing about Jerusalem is that the word itself Jerusalem means city of peace but Jerusalem has been anything but the city of peace you know for the thirty five hundred years that it's been been around things changed in nineteen sixty seven when Jerusalem was reunited reunified under Israeli control for the first time Jews Muslims and Christians were able to worship together and I know you're you're just been there over the last few days the old city of Jerusalem is one square kilometer so it is in that one square kilometer you have some of the holiest places to the three major monotheistic Abraham and faiths until Israel was in control it was a constant process of somebody being up somebody being down someone be inter out and now you go there and you know there's millions of pilgrims coming every year to the city of Jerusalem and there are all you know in this tiny little spot the role worshipping their faiths peacefully you know other occasional flare ups rarely but they're also handles you know promptly and you mainly it's a it's it's a miracle what's happening in Jerusalem and it's only happening because the Israelis for the first time in history a no in a very very long in ancient history have managed to balance the the competing interests in a way that everybody gets to come and visit and safety we were at an event together among others city David yes why we we there and what is the city of David well the city of David is a once in a century archaeological discovery and you know one thing you need to understand about the Jewish history of Jerusalem it's an unpleasant history because almost everything Jewish about your resume has been destroyed over the last three thousand years the first temple was destroyed by the Babylonians the second temple was destroyed by the Romans more recently synagogues were destroyed by the Jordanians when they had control of Jerusalem so a lot of our history and I'm speaking now as a sort of rabbi in it you will ever history is buried and and so when we find it it's very meaningful to us because we have a long proud ancient history documented in the Bible and the city of David discovery really brings the Bible back to life because in a started when on the sewage pipe broke in a neighborhood in when they came to fix it they realize what they were sitting on top of it's in the first place it's a large almost no one big size pool call the pool of Siloam school breakup issue a computer and that's where all the pilgrims from all around of the world many Jewish many not Jewish because non Jews also came to Jerusalem three times a year for the major Jewish festivals they would all purify themselves in this pool and once they saw the pool it was significantly down hill from the temple they kept looking they said well how to be a way for them to get from the pool to the temple and they saw the completely intact underground underground wrote with the same flagstones that appear up by the the walls of the old city and what they discovered was the actual road from the pool that ascended up to the temple that all the pilgrims and you know but Josephus writes that is what they were like two and a half million a year coming to Jerusalem this is where they walked in this of course would include Jesus who came to the temple as a joke during the holidays and you know his attendance at the temples well documented and in numerous writings so you have the ability in this archaeological finds not just to look at a broken shard of glass origination point actually immerse yourself in history twenty five hundred years ago two thousand years ago and to walk the road that you know the ancient Jewish people the ancient civilizations I had the privilege to walk and it's it's it's something like nothing else I've ever seen and you were there other dignitaries from America over there yes and what did the New York time say about it definitely wasn't good I think they said I had taken a sledgehammer to diplomacy I recall something like that silly I use this us of course I was criticized by because the New York times in many of their many of their sympathizers think that there's something wrong with on covering Jewish history in Jerusalem because of the low fat and non Jews it doesn't think Christians that they think it'll offend those of the of the Muslim faith is somehow we.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on Bad Science

"And I need your money. You got a prostitute yourself a little bit. Why believe in it? Yeah. Yeah. That is exactly it. So you page funding agencies you page. Nasa will have an open call. Okay. Okay. Folks. We got ten million dollars this year. We're going to deviate up between four or five projects. One nine context. What do you got? What do you got in? Then every and here's what we're looking for. You know, here's where here's what we think is trending. Here's what the direction we'd like to move in. What do you got? And you got three months send us proposals pitches, and it's on and then every scientist at every research institute who wants a little piece of the pie writes up proposal, like here's what I here's why I've done in the past. Here's why I'm the best person for the job. Here's what I plan to do. Here's how I'm going to spend the money. Here's I'm going to allocate it boom. And it goes to a committee, and the committee reviews all the applications and scores them and waits them in. There's a bunch of petty politics in the background. And here's the awards one two three four each of. You're getting three quarters of what you ask for good luck. Folks. That's it. And like we're all looking for a mad billionaire right to find. That's our projects. Bill Michaels or Elon Musk because you know, exactly because a lot of federal funding has been flat or declining for about two three decades now in the physical sciences, and there's just as many faculty out there. There's more grad students, there's more post docs, fighting over smaller and smaller pies. And so there's been an interesting rise in private funding of places like the Simon's foundation or the Gates Foundation who are spending money on fundamental research when no guarantee of return. Well, speaking of there's the SETI and let me see if I'm getting this, right? The sky is how I would read it. But I'm a musician. We're to say S K A. Okay. I'm gonna say ska say es que the S K A. Thank would say, Scott to you. Nice. Thank you, Scott. We're gonna say. Okay. I think the world needs time time for as Scott surgeon. I told him How? how. This kind of crazy. Okay. So we all agree on that the sky is as sorry, buddy. Is the square kilometer array? Is that correct is correct? Okay. It's a bunch of satellites radio dishes that are intent around. And there's also the LT at I'm not making this up. Scott the European extremely large telescope. We have we have a mazing. Probably like an tiny country like Liechtensteiners from me scope small country. So they're planning that would be. It's scheduled to begin in twenty nineteen for Nishel observations by twenty twenty two, but the construction budget is not secured at this stage, which is typical of this kind of BS of political red tape, but but I guess Australia or South America, South Africa. Yeah. So they're looking at one of the two places to start building this square kilometer array the square kilometer array the scoff. So maybe resurgence just not the way that we want it it rebranded. Yeah. Me today. And it's just you can't you can't go. You can't totally rehash. You have to give it up. It's less brass. But it's a lot of dishes, which is it's more metal more mental theme. This is a big big telescope, right? Bunch telescopes and. They do exactly and supposed to drop a science word come on a big array of radio antenna like that is called an interferometer. Oh, inner for in interferometer who interfere with each other on purpose to make this this. It's like, yeah. Exactly. It's as if you have here, we go if you have to in ten or two dishes, very very far apart, and you set it up as an interferometer. It's as if you had a single giant dish spanning that distance Lou say. Will they be able to see? Well, it depends on the wavelength these square kilometer array, which isn't array taking up the area of one square kilometer, so large and very self descriptive. It will see some of the first stars and galaxies to be born in the universe. That's a distance of around thirty five to forty billion light years away school. Yikes. Stuff school study, let normal people see stuff like that -solutely. Not..

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"The plant itself have on the tailings that it's growing in are they cleaning up the tailings they can do that slowly but if they have our fungus associated with them they can do it at least twice as well so what's leftover once leftover is carbon dioxide water so things that we breathe out and as long as there's more hydrocarbons in the send they will continue to purify those two so if these plants then can clean up the tailings they can grow on the tailings what do you see the potential here in dealing with the environmental damage caused by the oil sands well there are probably eight hundred square kilometers of course tailings currently waiting vegetation that's an awful long so far about one square kilometers been reclaimed in it's partly because revisitation is so difficult i would like to have some plots to try v vegetating our way now you mentioned that these daddy lines were growing on the course tailings which are the sort of the dirt part of the tailing ponds but then there are other elements there's clay and then there's water as when also contain the petroleum products so this fungus work in the pons themselves i'm not sure if that fungus will necessarily be able to but we do have other strains i have a strain that we selected from oil sand process powder the border that's in tailing ponds and it grows very well and we would like to try seeing if we can use either the fungus itself or the fungus in association with a plant in order to improve decontamination of entailing borders well dr comiskey thank you very much for.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"The have shared blockchain so we have some sort of critical that is not related to the blockchain at all that synchronizes clocks we communicate over radio and as long as a majority of us are honest will get synchronized there's protocol unrelated to byzantine fault tolerance that does this right now okay so once clocks are synchronized then will also set up i would own internal blockchain for this piece for this one kilometer square piece of land is that for example and so each time you would need to come to around the people would basically leave out on have we actually been in sync and they would basically store that state with all the corresponding time stamp data from that round just thing on this example a bit of a question here let's assume once again there's there's three of us and were able to synchronize our clocks and be aware of each of our positions or spatially so that like i know that you guys are positioned at certain distances for me so we have we have sort of relative context of our locations but how can we prove to someone else that were in fact situated safe for instance in a one square kilometers.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"It could be but we have witnessed things like this in the past there there are a number of questions uh number one uh can this be contained and don't forget that um both the israeli i'm the palestinian security forces do have an interest in maintaining stability we have not yet seen this corinne out of control that could change in thirty seconds from now and if indeed it does corinne out of control will an isolated event however tragic uh trigger a series of events that will be sustainable over time the first and second intifada lasted for years now i i treat these questions very seriously i am deeply concerned this is my city and the city that in my family and my kids living but i think that this is the time for sober appraisals and to hold back on the a apopka apocalyptic visions what about the players do perhaps don't have an interest in maintaining stability players like hezbollah how concerned are you a but what that groups like hezbollah are capable of i'm extremely concerned and my concerns i'm not limited to his below look i i i love this city um and in its one square kilometer of the old city you've got the narratives of judaism christianity islam and the faith communities that are on the ascendancy in jerusalem are those faith communities that weaponized religion and there are jews who do that there are muslims who do that and they're christians who do that and that is turning this into when armageddon playground you have the messianic leaddriven temple mount movement than the biblically driven settlers among the jews you have the muslim brotherhood fundamentalistic islam hamas since his below among uh um uh the islamic and arab states and then you've got the end of days dispensational this evangelical who make the former to look team and what we need to.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jewish people and in israel and with israel but we're hearing as you know hamas is now calling for a potential third intifada is another chapter of violence were worse this particular decision well unfortunately no region um uh how mice in uh the enemies of israel don't need excuses to create violence adjusted two years ago we had a round of violence uh just by incitement there has nothing to do with reality and so that means that we have to stick to the right things to do any way uh and not deter will not be deterred by uh violence the city excuse me for interrupting how should your city address the fact that the un resolution of nineteen 67 stipulated that eastern jerusalem is occupied land that infringes on the rights of the palestinian people or occupied come home every where he will put a home ground in jerusalem you'll find your way through and connecting to bible story code any anything there is no other people in the world that have a right to the city of jerusalem the united city of jerusalem but the jewish people and resolution any us was illusion a un resolution that the dismisses the bible and dismisses the history in many many ways easy relevant there it was never pedophilia nam before if you go back even legally it was never anything but belonging the the jewish people so what do you do about your constituents who are palestinian because there are many of them about a third of your city jerusalem the residents are palestinian uh can you understand why why they are feeling angry right now and how do you address their concerns as their mayor well first of all um my rather than i care about them all equally all the children are my children we are improving the quality of life of all of our residents i'm committed to serve them by the way in jerusalem of course you probably know we have freedom of religion freedom of movement in one square kilometer in ancient city of jerusalem you have more functioning churches mosques and synagogue than anywhere in the world and we were very very committed to.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fact that the un resolution of nineteen 67 stipulated that eastern jerusalem is occupied land that infringes on the rights of the palestinian people or occupied come home every where he will put a show on the ground in jerusalem you'll find your way through and connecting to bible story both anyway anything there is no other people in the world that have a right to the city of jerusalem the united city of jerusalem but the jewish people and resolution any us resolution a un resolution that the this is a bible and dismisses the history in many many ways easy relevant there that it was never pedophilia land before if you go back even legally it was never anything but belong did the jewish people so what do you do about your constituents who are palestinian because there are many of them about a third of their city jerusalem of the residents are palestinian uh can you understand why why they are feeling angry right now and how do you address their concerns as their mayor well first of all um my rather than i care about them all equally all the children are my children we are improving the quality of life of all of our residents i'm committed to serve them by the way in jerusalem of course you probably know we have freedom of religion freedom of movement in one square kilometer in ancient city of jerusalem you have more functioning churches mosques and synagogue then anywhere in the world and we were very very committed to serving all of our residents in maintaining that freedom that does not agree with in a our neighbor neighboring countries in the middle east so we are totally committed to serve them as residents uh and we will continue doing so although there are many palestinians who who feel marginalized in your city for example are on reporter they're daniel estern reports that many have had their residency permits revoked so they they don't feel as you think they feel many of them.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The fact that the un resolution of nineteen sixty seven stipulated that eastern jerusalem is occupied land that infringes on the rights of the palestinian people or occupied come home every where he will put a home ground in jerusalem you'll find your way through and connecting to bible story so anyway anything but like no other people in the world that have a right to the city of jerusalem the united city of jerusalem but the jewish people and revolution any us resolution a un resolution that the this this is the bible and dismisses the history in many many ways easy relevant the it was never pedophilia land before if you go back even legally it was never anything but belonging did the jewish people so what do you do about your constituents who are a palestinian because there are many of them about a third of your city jerusalem the residents are palestinian uh can you understand why why they are feeling angry right now and how do you address their concerns as their mayor well first of all um my than i care about them all equally all the children are my children we are improving the quality of life of all of our residents i'm committed to serve them by the way in jerusalem of course you probably know we have freedom of religion freedom of movement in one square kilometer in ancient city of jerusalem you have more functioning churches mosques and synagogue then anywhere in the world and we were very very committed to serving all of our residents in maintaining that freedom that does not exist in our neighbor neighboring countries in the middle east so we are totally committed to serve them as residents uh and we will continue doing so although there are many palestinians who who feel marginalized in your city for example our own reporter they're daniel estern reports that many have had their residency permits revoked so they they don't feel as you think they feel many of them.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fact that the un resolution of nineteen 67 stipulated that eastern jerusalem is occupied land that infringes on the rights of the palestinian people or occupied from home everywhere to put a show on the ground in jerusalem you'll find jewish ruehe and connecting to bible story so if any anything there is no other people in the world that have a right to the city of jerusalem the united city of jerusalem but the jewish people and resolution any us resolution a un resolution that the dismisses the bible and dismisses the history um in many many ways easy relevant the it was never peta cnn before if you go back even legally it was never anything but be long the the jewish people so what do you do about your constituents who are palestinian because there are many of them about a third of your city jerusalem the residents are palestinian uh can you understand why why they are feeling angry right now and how do you address their concerns as their mayor well first of all um my record than i care about them all equally all the children are my children we are improving the quality of life of all of our residents i'm committed to serve them by the way in jerusalem of course you probably know we have freedom of religion freedom of movement in one square kilometer in ancient city of jerusalem you have more functioning churches mosques and synagogue than anywhere in the world and we were very very committed to serving all of our residents and maintaining that freedom that does not exist in a neighbor neighboring countries in the middle east so we are totally committed to serve them as residents uh and we will continue doing so although there are many palestinians who who feel marginalized in your city of for example our on reporter they're daniel estern reports that many have had their residency permits revoked so they they don't feel as you think they feel many of them.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of the unprecedented level of violence in burma's real kind state over the past six weeks violence the police and security forces have inflicted on civilians interethnic and interreligious violence between buddhist rocking in muslim him because of his bloody conflict more than half a million hangar sixty percent of whom are children fled as refugees across the border into bangladesh more than four hundred thousand people left in the first thirty days the swiftest exodous of any population since the 1994 rwandan genocide and serbia's nine t ninety nine ethnic cleansing in costa though now nearly threequarters of those who have fled don't have adequate shelter in half have no safe drinking water it's heartbreaking humanitarian disaster and it's getting worse the burmese military is claimed this brutal crackdown is the response to a clash that took place on august twenty fifth in which border security force is faced off against roe hanging surgeons reportedly using knives small arms and small explosives but this isn't just some skirmishes has gotten out of hand it isn't illegitimate counter insurgency of counterterrorism operation the burmese military and border security forces have specifically targeted row hangar using medieval tactics slash and burn rape indiscriminate killing twenty one square kilometers of villages systematically burned to the ground the un's top human rights officials have call this a textbook case of ethnic cleansing in flareup is not an isolated event but the latest chapter in a long history of discrimination against the roma hangar a history in which they have been denied citizenship the ability to work freedom of movement a few key burmese leaders have figured prominently into recent events as ice i see it the only person in burma could put an end to this violence clear the way for humanitarian aid and allow for a full accounting of what occurred is men online commander in chief of the burmese military unfortunately the intention of the military a clear to remove or hang people from burma some of those watching this horror have laid part of the blame at the feet of aung san suu key the marlins civilian leader of burma this speculation that she is.

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"one square kilometer" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"one square kilometer" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Do that everybody have a wonderful independence day in thank you so much for listening to the chris plante show on mary walter setting sitting in for chris plante arkansas's news weather and traffic station news radio 1029 nine karn fm sheridan little rock august you manila's station cbs news i go raikov north korea is boasting it is successfully testlaunched an intercontinental ballistic missile but us military officials are skeptical of the claim of the missile type cbs news pentagon correspondent david martin if this was an icbm the next question be comes what will the us do about it the pentagon has already prepared options for shows of force in south korea including the test firing of us missiles base there but the options i'm told stopped short of actually using military force against north korea cbs news senior national security analyst and former cia deputy director mike burrell says there are no good military options is no way to conduct a military strike on north korea that gets rid of nuclear weapons and the longerrange missiles in and in fact it would be extraordinarily dangerous to do that it it would almost certainly start a second korean war in iraq the fighting continues as iraqi forces make significant headway in the battle to retake mozell from isis us army colonel ryan dillon confirms the iraqis are on the cusp of full victory in iraq's second largest city remains just one park in the in the old city in there is less than one square kilometer that remains to be taken were isis has been defeated in mozell meanwhile in syria isis fighters continued to lose ground a us back coalition forces there the beaches are open and busy today a beautyrest eu state parks after governor chris christie signed a budget late last night ending a government shutdown and about those viral picture of christie and his family basking in the sun with at a beach it was closed everybody else will the governor is unrepentant that's our residents and we have a right to be there with every we want to be there lawmakers in maine also approved a budget ending a shutdown in that state everybody's ok after a frightening landing of a hot air balloon near walt disney world monday in florida the balloon landed hard tipping over into a retention bonn since seventeen people including sebastian westerly the into the water.

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