35 Burst results for "One Star"

Matthews, Rielly lead Maple Leafs past Blue Jackets 5-4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Matthews, Rielly lead Maple Leafs past Blue Jackets 5-4

"Auston Auston Matthews Matthews had had a a pair pair of of goals goals in in trouble trouble survived survived a a three three goal goal Columbus Columbus third third period period for for all all five five four four win win at at Scotiabank Scotiabank arena arena Matthews Matthews notched notched his his sixteenth sixteenth and and seventeenth seventeenth goals goals of of the the season season as as the the leaps leaps went went two two for for three three on on the the power power play play just just feed feed off off each each other other read read off off each each other other and and just just try try to to make make plays plays and and and and be be responsive responsive on on our our own own and and and and get get a a chance chance on on the the other other end end Matthews Matthews now now has has a a seven seven game game goal goal scoring scoring streak streak well well good good well well we we had had a a big big offensive offensive night night as as well well the the game's game's first first star star with with four four six six Overbrook Overbrook strand strand had had a a pair pair of of goals goals for for the the blue blue jackets jackets in in the the loss loss don't don't worry worry Toronto Toronto

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New Type of Ancient Massive Explosion Explains Mystery Star

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:11 min | 6 months ago

New Type of Ancient Massive Explosion Explains Mystery Star

"A massive explosion. Ten times more powerful than a supernova being described as a magneto rotational hyper could provide the power to produce one of the most mysterious stars in the galaxy. The star is located some seven thousand. Five hundred lie is away in the halo of the milky way galaxy a supernova is the explosive death of a star a blast so powerful it can outshine in thai galaxy for weeks on end and even more powerful explosion than any supernova is a high turnover oblast generated by the merger of two neutron stars. And these have recently been confirmed as the source of the rapid neutron capture nuclear synthesis process which is thought to forge the periodic tables heaviest elements. But that still mon- enough to explain the levels or types of elements found in the specter of this mysterious star. This unusually strong start destroying blast. The magneto rotational hype over is the most likely explanation for the presence of unexpectedly high amounts of very specific signature element in this inch star. These include zinc uranium europeam and possibly gold all of which seem to have been detected in this extremely primitive star catalogued as sms. S j two double zero three double two point five four minus double one four two zero three point three. It's carrot address in the sky. The star is what's known as a population to star star produced directly out of the elements forged in the explosive core collapse supernovae marking the death of the very first stars in the universe known as population three stars population. Three stars unique. They'll produce directly out of the hydrogen and helium produced in the big bank. Thirteen point eight two billion years ago. They thought they were first. Formed somewhere around three hundred to four hundred million. After the big bang ending the cosmic dark ages and triggering. The epoch of rian is ation the process which made the universe looked away. That's

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Business Reputation Hackers Secrets With Objection Co. Founder Curtis Boyd

MarTech Podcast

02:42 min | 6 months ago

Business Reputation Hackers Secrets With Objection Co. Founder Curtis Boyd

"Talk to me about some of the reputation. Hackers secrets our people building managing and monitoring their reputation. There's kind of two angles at this reputation hacker stuff the first is for building reputations positively even though all synthetic and fake at the end of the day it's positive businesses essentially saying. Hey i'm having a hard time. Getting my customers write reviews normally s because of the lack of intention about providing an amazing experience honestly like businesses. Who are really shelling out. Amazing experiences have no problem generating tons of reviews so for those companies who just don't wanna muster the reputation. Fortitude really are being intentional about providing amazing customer experience. They'd rather spend a few hundred bucks online and go buy some reviews and compete in the marketplace unfortunately more and more people who sell fake reviews. They're starting the sell one-star reviews for competitors. So when you place in order for twenty or thirty positive five star reviews. They're gonna start saying. Hey how about one or two or three negative one star reviews for your competitors in your local market on. We add that to the menu and they found out that they could actually charge a lot more for it so they only charge ten to fifteen bucks for a fake google review since i left. Check yesterday on twenty different sites. They're charging fifty to one hundred dollars for a one star review for your competitors because that's the equivalent of five negative reviews right if when you give it one star. You're taken off a star from four other reviews and anything under five stars looks bad. It's actually eleven to one. So for every one star review get e need eleven. Good wants to mitigate that damage all right so the bad guys the guys that are selling the reviews the synthetic content creators. they're charging a premium to help. You denigrated your competition. That's one secret a dirty one. Also not very good for karma. What are some of the other reputation. Secrets reputation hacker secrets. Well there's a lot of clicking going on just as you said like in podcast yesterday like you can enhance your rating by getting downloads. Because that shows engagement that shows interest the same thing is happening and local listings where people will sell packages that include like synthetic clicks and synthetic traffic to try and drive more engagement on even listing sites like google to try to push people up and it's more benign than fake reviews itself. But it's still interesting to see people offering these tertiary services to try and manipulate these search engines in their algorithms to say. Hey these guys are more relevant and these guys are maybe a better fit for what you're searching

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Jamie Lynn Spears Speaks Out in Support of Sister Britney

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:09 min | 7 months ago

Jamie Lynn Spears Speaks Out in Support of Sister Britney

"Sister, Jamie Lynn is throwing her support behind the singer. She tries to end her conservative shit I love my sister always have always will. As long as she's happy. The 30 year old Zoe, one a one star, saying she resisted speaking publicly about the matters that sparked the free Britney movement until her sister spoke out first. Maybe I didn't support the way the public would like me to with hashtag on a public platform, but I can assure you that I've supported my sister long before there was a hashtag, and I'll support her long after Yeah. The show of Solidarity comes just days after Britney Spears pled for a judge to end the conservatorship. The 39 year old mega star called abusive and says, has controlled her finances and her life for more than a decade for shocking courtroom allegations, comparing her conservatorship to sex trafficking, saying she's been exploited and embarrassed by those in control, Spears testifying she's not allowed to ride in a car driven by her boyfriend or make her own. Decisions about birth control marriage or having more Children. I just want to let you guys know that I am fine and the happiest I've ever been in my life and saying she hasn't been honest about being okay saying I've lied and told the whole world I'm okay. And I'm happy I've been in denial. I've been in shock. I am traumatized, but now I'm telling you the truth, Okay. I'm not happy I can't sleep. I'm so angry. It's insane. Attorneys for Spears's father, saying she could have asked for the conservatorship to be dropped for years, but Spear saying she didn't know that was an option, raising questions about her former legal counsel. I'm so proud of her For using her voice. I am so proud of her for requesting new council. Like I told her to do many years ago. My sister knows I love and support her as the only personal anything to Jamie Lynn also made it a point to say in that video that she is not her family, and she's only speaking on behalf of herself and that she's made a conscious choice to only participate in Britney's life as a sister A. B

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"one star" Discussed on Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet

Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"one star" Discussed on Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet

"I wonder his. It's like at least i hope your business fails which is shocking. But like what. If you said i hope your dry cleaning business fails and they we'll find. I hope you're absolutely no. I'm not saying that. I hope my business takes over your business in a hostile takeover. Then the drivers i hope your business fails so there you go which would be very logical thing to say and to be fair. I don't know that that happening probably making all of this up. What else is new. But wow that sounds like we're missing part of the story as you said here's one. This is of sunset car. Wash in los angeles one-star. It finally stopped raining. So i.

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Los Angeles Lakers star, Clippers executive Baylor dies at 86

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:01 min | 10 months ago

Los Angeles Lakers star, Clippers executive Baylor dies at 86

"Unfortunately we have some sad news. I'm sure you've seen already bhai now. Elgin baylor passed away. Jerry west who was his longtime teammate with the lakers was on with mason and ireland with ramona who was information today and they had him on. And you know. I thought jerry really. He nailed it when he said that. You know elgin baylor was really the first star to put the lakers on the map. Let's hear well for here. And then particularly. I think the first two or three years but we you know became kind of a dynamic duo in terms of scoring and and driving his team to win I think the sad thing about it was that Doing dad era heck. We were on the last page of the newspapers. I remember vividly our first few years In sports sports arena. You go there and the people would be rooting for other teams. And it wasn't until while until we started getting into the playoffs and that seems to Kind of Get people's involvement going. It seems to be more interest that doing those playoff periods Fans started turning out. And of course he was you know he was the king of the hill But i was just you know kind of his running mate and I think together It was a pretty big combination. But there's no question. Is that his charisma. Holding the court. was special and and today's era he would he would have been all over the place but I did not look at him like that. I just looked at him as a basketball player. That had great skill and great determination. I looked at him more as a friend. And someone who shared much much more than just the basketball pointing itself

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Tottenham Hotspur's Shock Exit Leaves Jose Mourinho in the Firing Line

The 2 Robbies

03:58 min | 10 months ago

Tottenham Hotspur's Shock Exit Leaves Jose Mourinho in the Firing Line

"We all stein with shock. Exit of Tuneup from the first leg. I watched it that comfortable. Well-managed rested rotated comfortable victory. I absolutely didn't expect anything other today than a than a than a standard victory or whatever ought to get to find that way through the game the way. The game unfolded watches from really toast. You know the when there's two games at the same time yanna both games. But my eyes were focused on this particular match. And we'll get into your nose Interview afterwards we saw what he said afterwards. But just the shock rob of this result and what it means. I mean just real quick look to the lineup robina. Okay you know. It's kind of a safe team. Changes nothing about the ordering belden star ikouebe. Lamelo insult goes back in the side delegate. A stars a number ten and you look at it the first star from this like okay kind of boring but may be understandable and both sides were didn't really impress of course in all the fun happened in the second rob Zagreb looked like they wanted to get back into the game. The football was unbelievable. The goals that they scored incredible the hat trick and it was just shocking to see the spurs side. Just go from trying to go from boring defensive to money's the game two then scurrying panicking and avenue not enough to get the result. An awful night for spurs on mean think of at the three europa league games. Obviously it was supposed resolve smell and there's money ninety three young. I was kinda thinking monday night. Might be tricky one. See them out of a mole probably leash. Civil i'm thinking tottenham tuna little against a very large so abrupt team by the laid role is manager is just going to prison for for ruled so any guy in charge interesting at a couple of reports after game and said it was a spanish players fluid today. They didn't know. And i mean. I kinda wanna go to the big picture. Straight seasons unraveling suspense based off the puck event. Dish disappointing knows london dolby. You've got a huge per game. That is an important competition one to get some silverware to to guarantee champions league football with a with the money that knows how we will with his squad that should be able to go down to the very last four is not too if they do things right. will peace. I kind of feel like we've gone back to can say two years ago when we decide with poetry you know isn't the module is it plays. I mean tonight. Uh are we there. Like millennials take a lotta heat Happy as we know. Spanish funds will put up with him. As long as you winning the soviet this is one piece of wire gone. Probably know maybe that the best. John lake final against much city in april. Let's see how that one plays out both only in a position. While josie millennials going to check the heat. But i've got to look at some of the place. I mean you look team and let nine of the place who played today. Play last week against his. All grab team made look very odd region and coastal to win. So he's not to play is not good enough for arche. Good ingle squad. That squad should not get beating city nail. I is all web in this level of competition.

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2 charged in assault of Capitol officer who died after riot

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

2 charged in assault of Capitol officer who died after riot

"Two men are facing charges of assaulting capitol police officer Brian sick Nick during the January riot at the capitol sick Nick was one of five people who died the two men are accused of using bear spray on him investigators initially believed sick Nick was hit on the head with a fire extinguisher the idea of being sprayed by a chemical may lead to the death has emerged in recent weeks it's not known yet if it was the bear spray that killed him the men each made brief court appearances from jail via video conference and will remain locked up pending future hearings one of the men George tantos operates a sandwich shop in Morgantown West Virginia he promoted to one star Google review that said if Donald Trump was a restaurant manager this is who he would be at Donahue Washington

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Next-generation gravitational wave detectors

Science Magazine Podcast

01:56 min | 11 months ago

Next-generation gravitational wave detectors

"Now have staff news writer adrian. Show he's gonna talk about some big plans for the next generation of gravitational wave detectors. Hi adrian hi. Sarah how are you. I'm good and i don't even know where to start with a story on you know. Which part is the most mind blowing. Most of us have heard of lego by now. This is the gravitational wave detector them based in the us and virgo based in europe but there are plans in the works to make detectors that are ten times more sensitive in both the us and europe adrian. What could we see or hear with a detector. That's ten times more sensitive than what's currently online. The potential is pretty mind-bending gravitational waves are these ripples in space itself this sort of oscillating stretching that set off when things like massive black holes spiral into each other it half the speed of light or a pair of neutron stars spiral together and blow up in. What's known as a killa nova explosion and lie. Go in virgo. Have over the last five years seen dozens of black hole mergers and spotted two neutron star mergers in it's been spectacularly fruitful scientifically but if researchers can go to detectors that are ten times more sensitive than they can do amazing things like detect a million black hole mergers per year all the way out to the edge of the observable universe which is forty five billion light years away and since looking and spaces looking back in time be looking all the way back to the age when the very first stars formed didn't beyond and they would be able to detect every black hole merger in the observable universe and they would see hundreds or thousands of neutron star mergers so the potential is really pretty mind boggling.

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The Most Distant Black Hole Ever Seen

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:19 min | 11 months ago

The Most Distant Black Hole Ever Seen

"Astronomers of sudden you record for the most distant quasar ever found the quasar dating back some thirty point one. Three billion years is a thousand times more luminous than the milky way galaxy and is powered by the earliest known supermassive black hole a true monster more than one point six billion times. The mass of the sun the newly discovered quasar jazeera three one three minus eighteen o six and reported in the physical journal letters and on the pre press physics website archive dot. Org doesn't just provide new insights into the evolution of massive galaxies in the universe. It also raises profound questions. About how such massive black holes could have existed just six hundred thirty million years after the big bang. And that's a point underlined by the study's lead author for enjoying from the university of arizona. Who says black holes created by the very first massive stars simply could not have grown that large in only a few hundred million years the most distant quasars a crucial for understanding how the earliest black holes formed and for understanding cosmic realization the last major phase transition of the universe from the cosmic dark ages before the first stars quasars a powerful jets of mass and energy generated by black holes feeding on surrounding material as matter falls into a black hole it forms an accretion disc around the black hole event horizon a point of no return beyond which material falls forever into the singularity a place of infinite density and zero volume scientists understanding of the laws of physics breaks down material on the creation disc is ripped apart of the subatomic level by friction and gravitational forces releasing huge amounts of energy radiating out across the electromagnetic spectrum. The amount of energy emitted by quasars is enormous with massive examples such as this one being visible right across the entire universe. J zero three one three minus eighteen. O six was first spotted in data from the pan stars new kurt hemisphere survey with follow up specter from the keg in north telescopes to measure the size of its central supermassive black hole measurements from spectral lines that originate from the guests around the quasars. Accretion disk allowed astronomers to determine the black mass and study its rapid growth influences. Its environment for such distant. Quasars important spiritual lines are red shifted to knee infrared wavelength by the physical expansion of the universe over the past thirteen point eight billion years. The and jim nine north observations and covered an extremely fast emitting from the quasar in the form of high-velocity winds travelling at twenty percent the speed of light the energy released by such an extreme. I city flow easily. Large enough to impact star formation in the entire quasars galaxy as for the galaxy itself. Well it's undergoing a spirit of star formation producing you stars two hundred times faster than the milky way the combination of this intense star formation a luminous quasar and the high velocity outflow makes jazeera three one three minus eighteen. O six antos galaxy a promising natural barberie for understanding the growth of supermassive black holes and their host galaxies in the early universe.

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Andrei Vasilevskiy delivers consecutive shutouts, Lightning top Stars 2-0

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

02:45 min | 11 months ago

Andrei Vasilevskiy delivers consecutive shutouts, Lightning top Stars 2-0

"Vasilevskiy was once again dominant. He stopped all 20 shots He faced supposed to shut out in his second straight start and earn his second shutout overall this season that earned him the first star of the week in the NHL. Is now posted shut outs and back to back starts five times in his career, and he's gone seven consecutive periods without allowing a goal. When you talk about the advantage the Lightning has in net every game. It's pretty wide, especially in this division. Vasilevskiy is head and shoulders better than everyone else. Ben Bishop might have a say in that, but he's injured right now for the stars Brian and Blam from Sun Sports and My partner for The Last Call, which is presented by Jack Daniels told Dave Michigan and me on power lunch yesterday. That vast Celeski has grown so much as a netminder. He's a machine. He really s vasilevskiy. That really interesting character. And, of course, is a hockey player. He's very quiet with us. Naturally it apparently he's a real riot with the players, you know, on practice, days and days in between got a great sense of humor. But he is all business. When he shows up first thing in the morning, you talk to other players and go. You just leave Vasi to himself. He's he's already in that zone. He's got the body for it. It's 63 and well over £200. He's got the long legs and long arms. You know, we're talking about circuits have an experience exactly the same thing of front, John Goaltending coach talked about it recently saying that you know, vastly going all the way and winning the cup. It solidifies everything that they've talked about all the way along How your off season training regiment right through to the very last save in Game six against Dallas to win the Stanley Cup. Your gold center. Oftentimes is your best penalty killer and the Lightning had to kill off six power place from the stars, and that was big, according to egg blam, and he loved what he saw. Thought Alex Killorn had some sequences. I would point him out, especially. I thought he was incredible. He had four if not five. Individual plays where he just dismantled their attack. Turned the pack over and either shot out of the zone himself or made availability for somebody else that he was playing with the get the park and get it down. But they all were in great sequence when the pressure when not to That was a big part of the game and then getting on the scoreboard first two now, But Andre, polite, just has an affinity for that, And then he starts on time all the time. And that's always a big deal. Doesn't matter who you're playing. Whether it's Dallas and the team you played in the Stanley Cup finals or the last place team, Callie always seems to start on time and a that gives you a big advantage.

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"one star" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"one star" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"Your experience about your child and together in a positive and productive environment. You will talk about your child's future and their program and what will be absolutely best for them and that and won't that be wonderful. You don't have to make these decisions by yourself. You have all these experts who will be at your service to talk to to come together to make the best possible thing for your kid well in the first place. It's not the best possible. Think it it's the. What is the standard nicole most appropriately. Yeah which is a You know right there interpreted bowl thing and then really. You're not in a room to talk about it for everybody to listen to your experience and utilise into their experience in you collaboratively come together. You're there to listen to people to tell you terrible things about your kid and then signed a piece of paper already rough and it's it is it can be very very rough especially if you don't agree and you don't sign the paper already. It can get very very rough. I have had meetings where the goal of the meeting was to knock me down a few pegs and make me realize that my kids were hopeless. And i had meetings where people say oh fine. We'll do whatever you want. what do you want. we'll do it. I don't know what. I want the experts whereas this collaboration all this boston working together so not. The sales pitch i. Maybe they don't even pitch at like maybe that's just the dream that parents have because if you talk to another parent has been through it. They will go. No no no no no. Let's all right the better business bureau together to complain about this false leading of hope. I just look back on that experience with such despair and how it should have been was so far from how it was almost every year. Occasionally i got a good group. And i had somebody was stephen. Then it was just that they would do what i want. Which is not necessarily what you're looking for you're looking for it's like you don't go to a doctor. And.

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"one star" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"one star" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"Then starts college pandemic big word former all live in australia. Yeah it was. Just you know my kid miss out on lot and therefore i might. I missed out on a lot. You know Didn't get to watch her go back to her elementary school in her cap and gown and applauded by all the gatt her end of year. Ice show celebration you know. And then her whole freshman year has just been kind of a drag and hasn't gotten to do with the stuff she wants to do and hasn't gotten the college experience. I'll give the one-star for like at least she hasn't like felt the peer pressure. Go to a danger or something. Just being in a room with other people is a dangerous party. Now right right so so yeah but in general i would not do this experience. So let's try to not have any more global. Pandemic kids in the future will be spared. Sounds like a yes. I'm sure that the universe will react to your review by By fixing that immediately might want to call them out on twitter too. Sometimes that works would be terry do all due to from from long ago one Serious one frivolous the frivolous one would be dance. Recitals you get one star. You can zero stories. I don't know what it when i was a kid. I took a lot to dance lessons. I was not very good. But i took a lot of dance lessons and i was in a lot of recitals and it was super duper fun for me and that was great. I don't know what it was like from my mom's point of view but saying for the one year my daughter took dance lessons. I'm paying for the lessons. Which are not cheap. And then the recital comes around. And i'm expected to both pay for a costume which was not cheap and pay for tickets to go see it which were not jeep. What a racket. Oh my goodness most of these kids cannot dance their way out of a paper bag and you're sending hundreds of dollars to teach them not much and then watch them do not much what the also in lasts for like four. Lots of other people's children inexpensive costumes doing not much. No why does it have to be that way. Maybe i just got a bad.

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"one star" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"one star" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"Welcome to round three of the parenting rounded. Podcast for the week of february twenty-second on the cholinergic. And i'm here with terry moral. Hello and catherine echo. We're of teens and young adults and when it comes to parenting with been there done. That bought the t shirt over still waiting for that day. When will reach the finish line. Have no further need to lay down in a dark room with a wet rag. Over is worrying about something or other. Wednesday is complaining here on the parenting roundabout and today. We are talking about experiences in our life. Our in our children's lives that get one star and we do not recommend so. I believe it was last week that we gave performance reviews. Was it of our family now. We're giving performance reviews of life experiences or milestones because this actually comes from an article in the new yorker that talks about Early childhood milestones. And you know the the author was giving them a review so for example you know. She reviewed sleep training in potty training. you know various things that happen in our children's life that you know maybe we expect to be a five star experience -sarily so i mean although i i'll just i'll just be the one out there but i i the whole brand new baby thing for me was a one star experience. I was not. I was not the blissful new mom who had you know who would sit and admire her. Newborn baby was the mom that was in the corner. Crying stressed and sleep deprived. It was not a one-star experience. I did not enjoy that period. It was not a five star experience. Zero store experience. It sounded like it was not good. The second one was a little bit better than the verse. But yeah i not my match. That's my yeah. I'll just say that right there. It was not the not the happy new wonderful time. That hallmark movies would have you believe. I was promised so advertising. Yes well. I'll do one thing that's current i'm on that's passed so in the past. Might one-star reviews would go to kids. Swimming lessons. hated everything about that. I mean yes. Kids need to learn how to not drown. That's that's the one star comes from The stars for like gross locker. Rooms wrangling shield Having slow step on the you know having to either get in the pool with them or else having to sit on the sidelines yes sweating. You're sweating like crazy. Because it's so hot and humid and chlorinated in there and then you know like packing them up enjoying the home. All of it hated it. Hated the up the wet hair and this was you know plus they never even wanted to go in the first place so right all of it right do not record zero one star for safety shows and offer curry expect. Currently i will give a one surrey review to Having a child who graduates from high school and.

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]]Securing Public Pensions

After The Fact

05:44 min | 1 year ago

]]Securing Public Pensions

"The first star emission disturbing members can be police officers. They came preschool employees and state employees. And what we do is we. We make sure that they have a retirement benefit at the time that they're ready to stop actively working in calpers over the last four years has been making very difficult decisions about the appropriate funding of these pension plans for the future. We'll trust i'm dan. Lewis can this is after the fact and that was marcy frost. She leads the california public employees retirement system. Calpers is the nation's largest public pension system with a global investment portfolio of around four hundred twenty billion dollars that's a figure larger than the gdp of countries like norway singapore and the difficult decisions. Marcie mentions affect the retirement benefits for nearly two million public employees retirees and their families is a challenge facing many states across the country as they look at the best ways to fund their public pension systems. And that's something. Greg menace works on at pugh helping states develop solutions to close the funding gap between what state pension plans odor their public employees. And the money. That's being put aside to pay that bill up. Hugh analysis in two thousand eighteen found that funding gap in the states totaled one point two four trillion dollars. That's with a t and that's the data point for our episode. It's a number. Experts see growing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic amid those daunting numbers states like pennsylvania and california have discovered innovative ways to ensure pension systems. Keep their promises to retirees. Most people are familiar with 401k. Plans and over sixty million americans saved through retirement primarily through those kinda plans in the public sector. It's different where most of the state and local workers participate in what are called defined benefit plans by and large this distinction where in the public sector benefits are paid for through a fixed payment in retirement And the money is managed by the state and today there's about four trillion dollars in public assets. Invested in stocks bonds alternative investments is the main differences between that. Most people save for retirement. The all of us have to be concerned about our retirement. All of us need to plan ahead. Why should all of us care about the public. Employees pension system a well funded pension system in the public sector. can literally cost billions billions of dollars less every year from the state or local budget as compared to one. That's severely underfunded. The short answer is that in a well-funded system the state or local government is setting aside money each and every year while people are working to pay for their benefits when they retire and as it turns out by doing that it ends up that compounded investment earnings and up paying for the majority of the benefit. I'm in contrast they severely underfunded system. Where the money hasn't been set aside while people are in their working years. They lose out. On all kinds of compounded investment earnings and as a result the majority of the cost comes out of the state for state or local budget. I'm just to provide some examples. We look at pension. Plans in states. Like tennessee and south dakota and wisconsin all of which are close to being fully funded. It sounds like if states are planning their investments properly in a smart way. The earnings made by those investments can pay for the costs to maintain the fund. What happens with states. That aren't fully funded if you look at states like kentucky illinois new jersey all of which have less than fifty percent of the assets set aside that budgetary cost is closer to fifteen percent of revenue on average so that means no state somewhere between one and ten in one in five tax dollars going to pensions that adds up to about a ten billion dollars of additional cost across those three states alone. And so i think this is important from the public's perspective not only because of the impact that can have on state and local budgets and in turn the resources that are available for public services but also because having a well-funded system helps to prevent reductions in workforce or cuts in benefits that you need to attract skilled public workforce to be very specific. That means there's less money to buy police cars or paved roads or any other public service. That taxpayer dollars fund right. I mean and that's that's a big deal. I mean the government is always looking to contain costs whether it's healthcare or other issues this is. This is a big ticket item for a lot of states. That's absolutely right. And as i mentioned before. I think for a larger state and city the difference between having a well-funded system in an underfunded system comes out billions of dollars every year so everything from investments in education and infrastructure to healthcare ends up being strained in the budget each and every year it almost sounds like innovation is sort of old school ideas of like. Just you know figuring out what the bills are going to be a mixture. You got the money to pay for them you know. I think that that's right. And there are two ways in particular where i think innovation plays a role you to first off it has to do with how plans and pension systems planned for uncertainty and some of the states that i just mentioned tennessee. Wisconsin in south dakota very clear predefined rules about how to adjust cost if there's a downturn or investments underperform. This includes building margin of safety into assumptions essentially setting aside a rainy day fund within the pensions system and then also adjustments to worker benefits. That are clearly understood by everybody and so from that perspective i think innovation goes back to looking at the policies and practices that these states have been following for

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'Just As I Am': Cicely Tyson Reflects On Her Long Career

All Things Considered

08:51 min | 1 year ago

'Just As I Am': Cicely Tyson Reflects On Her Long Career

"Only the legend. Actress Sicily Tyson During a career spanning six decades, she's brought to life iconic roles in theater, film and television, from sounder to the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, two routes to how to get away with murder roles that have offered previously unseen images of the sweep and humanity of black life. Now. In a new memoir, she finally finally sets forth her improbable journey from the typing pool at the Red Cross to award winning actor and icon of style. Her book is called Just as I Am and Sicily. Tyson is here with us to tell us more about Cicely Tyson. Miss Tyson. Welcome. It's such an honor to have you with us. Thank you. No. Honestly, if someone were to write the story of your life as a novel, I don't think people would believe it. I mean, you started modeling at the age of 30 when most models air hanging up their stilettos. You got your first starring role when you were nearly 50. I mean crazy. That's life. At least mine. Does it seem that way to you? Well, it's remarkable to me that I have arrived. Where I am today, because I had that anticipated it. I made the decision based on things that happened to be along the way. And I just kept going, You know, no matter what happened in my life it did not did not deter berate from reaching the goal that I had set for myself. You write very movingly of your parents, even though you are very honest about the difficulties they had in their relationship, and also frankly, some of the difficulties You had with them. Your memory seems so sharp like I remember you writing about the delicious potatoes your mother would make and yes, at lunch and it just it just amazing to me that you could remember. It's always details. It is amazing, but they was they so impacted my life at the time. Uh, they they affected me in a way that I could not forget those memories and my sister and I sit down sometimes and salivate over them the potatoes and you said her Mac and she's had no equal No one No one and she made a chicken soup that will make you Licked a hair out of your nostrils. Hmm. So So you write about how you kind of fell into acting after a modeling career that just improbable, moderate wing career like you learned literally. Um, a zoo. We said in the typing pool of the Red Cross, and you'd kind of go to the department stores on the kind of the late, Great Lord, Take your lunch hour. That wasn't my favorite place, sadly, just closing its doors. When did you decide that acting? Was your calling? What was the thing that made you say? This is what I have to do. It happened. We could. I learned that I could speak. Through other people. I was very shy child. I was an observer. I would sit And observe and listen and watch people's actions in order to understand what they were. Well, I wanted to know what planted them just say and do things that they did. I sucked my figures for 12 years. I never spoke. Was a silencer, but I was a great observer. Remember, you're writing about the effect. That's a role like sounder had on people where you played Rebecca and I think many people might know the story. Poor Paul Winfield played against you as the Nathan and you played Rebecca and it's It's a story of kind of a loving black couple. Basically, just trying to live against that almost exactly right. Yes, And what amazing was you said that some of the reactions that people got when, like, for example, television writers, saying that they didn't realize that black Children called there Parents, Dad and, Mom, can you imagine that? Understand motion for sounder and after I finished after the film was completed, this journalist said. That he discovered a bit of bigotry and himself. But he realized that this black boy, which should buy first son, Kevin Hooks called his father Daddy. On and when I asked why, he said, That's what my son calls May and I'm not. I tell you, Uh, I was so started to be a few minutes to catch my breath in order. To question What is this man thought? That we were human. You know why Pat my son call his black father Daddy as his sons. Called him and it was at that time that I decided I could not afford the luxury of just big fractures. There were certain issues I have to adjust. And I thought I would use like a rare as why flat floor and you know we can't let you go without talking about Miles Davis. Oh, Yeah, well, you can't because she was part of my life. What do you think you learned from that? I mean, you write about the fact that you all were like the it couple at the time. I mean, you were one of the couples in me. He's a jazz legend. You are a legend in your field. On yet, you know, he had some issues as we as we all know, I mean, he had a serious drug problem and Some other sort of issues. Demons that he was dealing with. What do you think you learned from that relationship? I wish people knew the Miles Davis that I knew. Really because to you can walk into a bookstore and you sing dreams of books about Miles Davis and few people who wrote the books. Yeah. Not only was she feeling they talented, he was brilliantly sensitive, and that is the Miles Davis that people know. I don't know that he was trying to Okay? You have a very forgiving spirit. Well, Isn't that what we're supposed to do? Forgive each other, huh? We don't keep riding a rough truck over a sensitive so you can't do that. People are looking for help. And you look and you see them And you know that they need help. Okay, and you can help them. At least I can. I can always speak myself. Okay on. So what? I realized that he was in deep trouble on that he wanted he wants. He said I don't want to do that anymore. Okay. Uh, So when somebody says that to you And they're asking for help at this. I would try to help them. Before we let you go, Miss Tyson. We have only just scratched the surface of your remarkable life. And I am so honored to have had this time to spend with you. But before I let you go, do you have some advice for younger artists are those just Beginning their careers after you've done so much and seeing so much and been through so much Do you have any advice that you would share Death? Stick with it? Just stick for that. There's a reason why there's always a reason why you keep going in the direction you chose to go. And that is the legend. Sicily Taison, her new book, Just as I am is out Tuesday. Cicely Tyson. Thank you so much for speaking with us. It isn't Even honor by appreciate so much time. Thank you.

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Jeremy Bulloch, Boba Fett in first 'Star Wars' trilogy, dies

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Jeremy Bulloch, Boba Fett in first 'Star Wars' trilogy, dies

"A key figure in the Star Wars movies franchise has died Jeremy Bulloch has passed away his agency the actor who first played Boba Fett in the original Star Wars trilogy is died he was seventy five and his reps say he had been living with Parkinson's disease for years when he died at a London hospital well looks role as the infamous Mandalorian bounty hunter is well known to Star Wars fans he swiped the frozen in carbonite Han solo in nineteen eighties the empire strikes back in nineteen eighty three eastern of the jet I Star Wars co stars mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams are among those paying tribute hello says bullock was a fine actor and fine man while Williams is mourning the loss what he calls the best bounty hunter in the galaxy I'm a squirrel's Gabriel

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Disney+ Announces Series Of New Projects

The No Film School Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Disney+ Announces Series Of New Projects

"Story. This week is the disney announced an absolute glut of new projects coming to disney plus or wherever else they might put things disney plus as we all know is a massive streaming service platform. That is growing constantly. that has tons of subs. But the walt disney company as we also know is just a massive player in the industry growing all the time and this was called investor. Day which i already think is a fascinating shift There are no instead of a sweeps. This is their way of letting everybody get excited about their content and its for investors. Their stocks went through the roof. Hit an all time high during this crazy time when people are like stealing food to survive. So it's weird. Because i feel like we're kind of living through the twenties and the thirties at the same time. These days disney went crazy because they just announced a nonstop lineup of tv shows and movies many of which are sequels or interational or offshoots from new star wars shows about characters that you probably never heard of even if you grew up loving star wars to new marvel shows just the images of all the logos alone overwhelmed me. I saw on social media. People just took right off their investor day slide which kind of feels like an apple announcement and and very much inspired by that. There's a lot of but wait. there's more there are so many strange things buried within this. It's almost hard for me to believe. And i think i told our jason helderman the writer. No film school as it was happening. I don't really think they're going to end up producing all of this content and he countered of course they are. But i just remember a time when bob iger. Ceo of disney said. There will be a new disney movie or a new star. Wars movie am sorry released every single year. That lasted like two years. I think before they sought not working and decided to scrap that plan. So i am not convinced that every single one of these shows is going to end up on disney plus or in theaters or wherever people are going to get things for example a live action hybrid chippendale directed by akiva schaffer from lonely island starring. Mullany and andy sandberg and the tweet of this from walt disney studios. You would have to check to make sure verified real account and not a joke because it's so weird there was also another like super weird one. That up was the movie. Light year and this to me feels like an abbott and costello routine. It's about buzz light year. But not the character. The toy from the toy story movies as chris evans who plays light year in this movie tweeted. It's about the real man. That buzz light year is based on which through everybody into some confusion. Because how is this so the toy is based on a real man but not a real real man a fake real man in the universe of toy story and this is the movie about the fake real man that the fake toy is based on in toy story. It's a little odd. It feels like we're at the point where. Ip is becoming just an endless feedback. Loop when i think about that for too long but the whole thing is just is just a crazy. This is the direction of entertainment. I think know again. I darren. James who's also on our team our tech writer at no film school about how there was a time when just one star wars show as lucas talked about like in the nineties seemed like impossible. Where's it gonna live. How are they going to produce. Now there's thirty and it's just like and because of the tech behind the mandalorian. It seems completely plausible and because of streaming platforms plausible to produce it plausible for it to be seen. And they have the subs. So they're making money. Everything about this is such a shaft in the industry.

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The Curious Case of Frank Gore

ESPN Daily

04:23 min | 1 year ago

The Curious Case of Frank Gore

"Tim kunin you recently. Wrote a profile of frank gore for espn dot com. So what inspired you to take him on as a topic at this particular moment. It's interesting follow. Because i've watched his career forever. I i'm in the bay area. So i followed him when he was with the forty niners and he's always struck me as someone who's sort of exists outside of our current time. Espn's tim. Qa has been writing about the nfl for three decades. Like he's this guy. That's the third leading rusher all time and yet he doesn't really seem to be appreciated or highlight that you can point to. He's just sort of this guy that has just existed forever in our consciousness and right and the fact that he's he's on the jets. He's he's i mean he's their lead back still. It just became this thing like how. How remarkable it is for someone. His age thirty seven years old From the two thousand five draft class as a running back is still not only in the league but productive and you spoke to him on the phone for a long time for this story and as you say despite him being this guy with a resume that might be worthy of consideration hall of fame consideration. He is fairly anonymous. So tell us what he's actually like. As a person he is amana few words and he is We did have a very long conversation. And you know he's he just is a football guy. I know that sounds like a cliche but everyone you talk to about. Frank says that he's this vont. He's one of those people that that can do these things but isn't particularly good at explaining them. And i think it's partly because what he does is just as is a product of of work and study and just feel and it's another reason why why he's one of a kind. I'm not talking. I'm really not a talker. I know i've been blessed with the bullied. Play football at a high level. I'm glad there every day you know. Give it up all on field in the game. And we'll give my teammates mall to i take advantage of it and why i take advantage of occurs got got taken away from you at college so i know that knows this game not promise nobody as we say in that press conference clipped him. His injuries in college an enormous part of his story early on had come to the university of miami out of nearby coral gables high school as a freshman. He was a backup on that iconic team. That won the two thousand and one national title scoring five touchdowns that year and really impressing people as this up and comer tell us what played out over the next few seasons. You talk about remarkable. I mean he had to l. tears at the university of miami and was on those uteem's with guys like mcgahey in clinton portis in one star after another in the backfield and he pushed himself to overcome these injuries and to compete with those guys obviously for running back. Acl tear is among the worst. And have it have twice in college. You know it would seem to be insurmountable. It cost him some speed as a freshman. He was kind of a revelation as a speed back down. You know what we think of him now isn't necessarily that. It's it's the tough yards and it's the inside yards. So i think he had to adapt a little bit to what he could do when he lost a step or to get the poor right gore riding out what again the man out of coral gables brings the big to the miami hurricane he just wilt himself to become a third round draft. Pick of the forty niners in two thousand five. Only a handful of guys from that drafter still playing in most of them are quarterbacks and kickers.

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Words On Bathroom Walls Blu-ray Review

After The Show Movie Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

Words On Bathroom Walls Blu-ray Review

"So it is saturday november. Twenty eight th. This is after the show. Six hundred sixty one or navy review podcast and The media will not. This week is woods on bathroom walls. So twenty twenty movie such on blu ray now you can pick it up. Pg thirteen friends at lionsgate centers. The blu ray for review so settle you give the you give us the synopsis and i will give you the one of the box and see if it is the same thing first of all. There's not a lot of words on bathroom. Walls can put that out there right off the bat It's a story about Coping with mental illness. And i'll give you the one off the box. Here we go you read Is ready. Autumn is a weighty introspective eighteen pursuing his dream of becoming a chef when autumn is diagnosed with a mental illness. He lives in fear of being exposed until he meets. Maya and outspoken and famously intelligent go inspires him to open his hot not be defined by his condition with it's inspiring journey of love acceptance and hope words on bathroom. Walls is a triumphant story of overcoming. Life's challenges and embracing who you are. Yeah extra sappy woody at the wording mo- vote and it isn't i mean it's not accurate spoiler alert. It's not about her telling him that to be. who is. it's more about him figuring that out from self all right. So that's a synopsis. Let's get onto the movie sitter words on bathroom wall. I really liked it. Well you know. Sometimes you just like i mean i appreciate the effort. Yes some people are gonna probably watch this. And maybe even in some of your one-star reviews and say oh you know mental health. Can we just dogging about it. All that kind of stuff but i actually find it really uplifting that instead of like everybody seems to think it's ok to do a movie about serial killers right multiple movies about people who murder people and all that shit but then to actually examine someone like this teenager who has a mental illness that could potentially and probably has in human history right lead a person to commit horrible crimes because it's a terrible mental illness right to address that i find i really appreciate that. I don't know anyone with schizophrenia. Do you have you ever know that. I'm aware of anyway. I find it really. I like the idea of addressing it on a like. I actually liked the way they handled it. It's not like overly grim doc. An all the time there is like hope and i. It doesn't go away. I was sometimes these. Things are a bit like sanitized. Yeah happy ending and all that. Yeah but this actually deals with the drugs. He's been given and what they can do to you and you know it feels. It feels realistic in a way but then is obviously i will say this. I've never known schizophrenia. But have lived with a man before. I ever met you darling. Who was manic depressive. And so taking his medication or not taking the medication you never knew. I never knew if i came from work. And there'd be trash bags on the windows and him in little darkness and you just knew to stay away or everything's open and he's making music. He was like a musician. He's not dead or anything. And everything was fine. And it was like super mannequin like super productive. Or you're going to be in the bottom of a ditch emotional you know so addressing that and it all did depend on the different medicines and the balance and all that kind of stuff. So that's why i really appreciate their addressing it in a way that wasn't like oh happy endings. This person's just basically a danger to society and we have to lock them away. Because that's kind of how we've always yet because everything's

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Ex CS:GO Source 2 Developer opens up on “toxic” culture of Valve employees

The Center Ring esports podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Ex CS:GO Source 2 Developer opens up on “toxic” culture of Valve employees

"And this is in regards to see us go source to nonetheless now source to is as mythical beast that we've heard about for years that one day it will be out one day it will be released and we'll be able to enjoy it. No one really knows what it is but we all know. We'll see it like when you see you'll know it but no one really knows i can't even if you ask people what source too is they'll be like well it's it's like a ui change. Oh no it's a whole graphics. Update no no. It's it's this. it's all new servers. It's all we'll get one hundred twenty four tick- and that's the bob league. No one really knows what this is but an ex go develop our dev. I should say. Richard geld trick is how i'm going to say his name. He he Spoke out over the week on his tweets and said that the development of source to for ceus go is one of the most toxic work cultures at valve or in general that he has ever been a part of first off he started off right right off the bat that source to has been in development for ten years. That sounds about right since they've been working on half life three. Roughly didn't see us go. Just celebrate what it's old oldest see us go. Cs just celebrated its twentieth year. Yeah it's like six seven years old maybe around there so how source to in development half the lifespan of counterstrike. Who knows all i know is riots and blizzard or back. They're saying thank god. thank god. we're not alone like you're doing some stuff to we knew no word perfect so i just know that. That's probably the excitement coming from the other side of the aisle. Riots say like please be a sexual assault salt charge please. Because that's the thing to see. All he said was it was super toxic. A lot of outside deb's don't even wanna work with alvin more because of just how toxic it was But he never went into he never he just gave you like a taste. He didn't give you the dish. It was all just appetizers. He never said exactly what made it toxic. And everyone's like all right. I just saying it headset to care why it just did it just did i wouldn't recommend it. Yeah i get a one star on glassdoor or something. Now i mean. Yeah i mean okay again. Thanks you know shirt. Like i need information for it two or either what this could lead to other people may be coming out and speaking on it giving detail their stories or whatever but and until there's more info just do we care. Do we care. I mean i guess it depends on what the issue sure if gave in was like putting dog leashes on his employees. I guess that's a different story than just. Did he yell at you. Did he hurt you feelings right site. Did he read. I you or was it worse. Is it your job to wipe off his his ass sweat from his workout ball. He sits on instead of a chair. Like was that your your turn to clean it one day or like what. What is the deal here like. Talk the word. Toxic has turned into a all of just a situation. You thought they were meaning. So i don't know i need. I need dietz. I need the defeats to really know. If i should be grabbing my torch in pitchfork on valve right now yeah like move this to the story section. We just need more Right like right now. Just somebody complaining about his job.

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Niecy Nash surprises with wedding to singer Jessica Betts

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Niecy Nash surprises with wedding to singer Jessica Betts

"The Hollywood stars gotten married it came as a surprise to her fans but actor and comedian Niecy Nash is out with the news that she is married she tied the knot over the weekend to singer Jessica Betts both women posted photos of their outdoor ceremony on Twitter and Instagram the couple had kept their relationship under wraps and the acknowledgment of a wedding serves as a coming out for Nash who had not publicly been in a relationship with a woman before the Reno nine one one star had been married to Jason Taylor their divorce was made final in March I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"one star" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"one star" Discussed on Risky Business

"Joe Sullivan the former chief security officer of has been charged with obstruction of justice. . His fight yet with companies finding out to notify regulators about it's two thousand sixteen dodge. . We covered this time. . This was the story where you know a couple of hackers breach some systems over I think they they <hes>. . We're going off the individual employees, , get accounts soffer. . Then using that defined aws creates enough of things like that and then breaking into corporate environments, , stealing some data and trying to ransom. . And Yeah, this , <hes> this pair of individuals went after Uber got a whole bunch of daughter out an an Uber Paid D'Amato quote unquote bounty to delete the daughter and said they do make. . Legitimate stuff and we talked about it at the time and it was a little bit Kinda unclear exactly. . How it unfolded. . It was when we didn't see details about what happened until I think it was a year or two later was the change of leadership at Hoover. . Then the details came out and yeah that's always been grinding its way through the Aj since then and yes, , the guy finally charged. . The people go pretty mixed opinions about about this 'cause. . You Know Bug bounties and ransoming I'm being held hostage and all those things are they exist on a continuum I'm yeah and those little bit of wiggle on on on the spectrum. . Well, , there's a little bit of wiggle and then there's this happen here. . And mean at the time I've gone back and I've listen to a two thousand seventeen report I actually had an uber supergrass feeding me Info on that one, , right. . So it was <hes> that was a report and it has actually held up pretty well. . So what basically happened is that someone got into Esra bucket by as you say, , you know targeting like a private get pulling a secret out and getting in there grabbed a whole bunch of data and then tried to shake down the company, , and this is where it gets interesting because essentially what they did is they use that payment process. . Well, , this is what we reported in twenty seven. . They use that pilot process to try to essentially docks the attack is now it looks from my reading of the DOJ complains it looks like they didn't actually successfully dachshund through that process, , but we're able to a couple months later and I'm not sure if that's because they split the payments because I think they paid off up front and then off again but but look into the day was actually able to figure out the identity of the attack is they physically sent off to. . Their their residents and made them sign about a bunch of documents and they retrieved the computers forensically a them and to prove that the data was gone but the point is like once that docs them there was no way. . These guys were going to do anything with that data because they would be dimed immediately. . Right. . So that seems like a pretty good dot com. . But where they really screwed up is they did not actually report this to regulate all the FBI end these went on to target companies, , which is also something we reported. . In, , two thousand seventeen. . Now, , what makes this particularly egregious in the view? ? The DOJ is that Erba was in the middle of an F. T. C. investigation revolving around a twenty four fourteen data breach and the reason, , the FCC. . So Cranky, , about this is that also involved accessing Dada in S. three buckets. . So the DOJ is arguing that this was a cover up on the part of Yuba and when you read through the the complaints. . The criminal complaints it looks like a reasonable argument eyesight look they prepared as for the attackers which got them to acknowledge that they never downloaded rubel Datta. When . clearly they did further that one hundred thousand dollars was way more than they paid for any other bugs. . We actually have some audio here from the US Attorney for the northern district of California. . David Anderson Talking about the Sullivan indictment here he is Sullivan did not report the twenty sixteen hack after quired. . Instead Sullivan Hid the twenty sixteen hack from the public and the FTC. . Under Solvents Direction overpaid the twenty sixteen hackers one hundred thousand dollars in Bitcoin in return for promises not to tell anyone about their hack Sullivan disguised payment by calling it. . A Bug bounty of bug bounty can be illegitimate means of compensating so-called white hat hacker who has discovered a security breach but has not exploited. . It is not a bug bounty to pay a hacker who has taken your data and is threatening to expose it. . Sullivan's desperation to hide the twenty sixteen hack is revealed by the size of a payment. . The fact that it was paid to the hackers before he. . Even learned of their true names. . After the Twenty Sixteen Payment Sullivan reviewed and approved statements to the F. T. C. that failed to reveal the two thousand sixteen hack. . When Uber hired new management in twenty seventeen Sullivan deceived them also in their guilty pleas the admitted to hacking other companies using similar techniques to those used in the Uber Hack If Sullivan had promptly reported the Uber Hack those other acts of those other companies may have been prevented at this point. . My prediction is Joe. . Sullivan's going to have a pretty hard time. . Sydney win it's laid out like it is in the complaint does you know thous- look kind of compelling them and you can argue that the outcome that they that Yuba got you know for their customers data was perhaps in the end somewhat of success right? ? That didn't end up. . On the underground somewhere. . But yeah, , laid out like it is it. . It looks Kinda scammy. . And Yeah I'm probably

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Flinders University has revealed that the critically endangered parrots visual system is not as well adapted for life in the dark as what one would expect from an arc tunnel bird, and that's race concerns that might adversely be impacted by things like fencing Australian outback, the findings published in the journal scientific reports based on computer. Tomography Scans of the only known intact skull of this exceedingly rare species, and then comparing it to scouts from other closely related parrots. Geologists have found what for now at least is the earliest and largest non structure ever built by the mind civilization. In the journal Nature. Claims scientists used able in remote sensing laser technology to create three dimensional maps, which uncovered the previously unknown site in Tabasco, Mexico, the site consist of massive one point four kilometre long by zero point, four kilometer, wide platform, standing some ten to fifteen meters above the surrounding landscape, unlike other archaeological sites from around the same period in central, America, this newly discovered side doesn't appear to have any clear indication of social inequality, such as sculptures of high status individuals, athropologists say this suggests the importance of communal work in the initial development of the Maya civilization. Lacrosse the interwebs at funny memes videos were show you that men tend to dialogue early than women, because well, because they do some really stupid staff, but now east that is examined exactly how six really does influence the lifespan an ageing of mammals. We all know that women typically live longer than men, but determining whether the same phenomenon also occurs in other species is being challenging. Scientists developed demographic data and eight specific mortality estimates for more than one hundred and thirty four populations of one hundred and one different species of mammals, whereas the lifespan of females is on average seven point, eight percent longer than that of males in humans, while female mammals had on average, an eighteen point, six percent longer life span than their male counterparts and female mammals had longer lifespans compared with mel mammals in some sixty percent of all the analyzed populations. However, the author's didn't find significant six dependent differences aging rates. The results suggest that it's local environmental conditions which influence differences in Mortality Patents Controversial Cook Paid Evans is back in the news with therapeutic. Goods Administration finding him twenty five thousand dollars, proclaiming his so called bio charger can fight the coronavirus Evans. Who has just parted ways with longtime employee channel seven has been heavily slammed for promotion of an interview with racist conspiracy theorist and British Holocaust denier dirty Dave. An individual with a reputation for never letting if you get in the way of a good story. There's no suggestion that Evans himself holds any additional medical racist views bike simultanously covid nineteen is a fake pandemic with no actual virus at the same time linking the virus, the five G. Saltire installations, the therapeutic goods administration found claims made by Evans a bodies by a charger in reality, just a glorified fifteen grand land were likely to take advantage of the vulnerability of consumers who are. Are Ill likely to resolving consumers, not seeking medical advice in an appropriate time, and will likely they'll have a negative impact on Public Health Evans won the Australian Skeptics Twenty fifteen bent spoon award for promoting pseudoscientific piffle for his diet promotions campaigns against fluoridation and support for evacuees. A year earlier in twenty fourteen Evans claimed the circle of pelley. Dot could prevent autism. It can't and in. In, Twenty Sixteen, Evans was widely condemned by medical professionals after giving advice to an osteoporosis suffered to stop consuming dairy products, wrongly claiming that calcium from dairy can remove the calcium in your bones. In two thousand eighteen evans again outraged medical expert after promoting the idea that instead of using sunscreens you should simply look directly at the sun during sunrise and sunset without any means protection again. Again totally wrong and also extremely dangerous. You should never look directly at the Sun..

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"European Space Agency Solo, but of spacecraft is through the tail of the remains of Comet Alice the recently launched probe wasn't meant to be taking sides data quite soon. However, mission managers work to ensure that the full mess. Relevant science instruments were line for the naked counter solar OBA was launched on the tenth of February twenty twenty, since then, and with the exception of a brave shut down near the coronavirus, pandemic scientists and engineers have been conducting a series of tests and setup routines notice commissioning the. The original completion date for this phase of the mission was set for June. The Fifteenth said that the spacecraft will be fully functional for its first close up past the Sun perihelion over the next few days, however, the discovery of a chance encounter with comet atlas is caused the change in the shedule serendipitous Lee. Flying through comments tell a rare event for a space mission something that's only if happened six times before emissions that weren't specifically chasing comets, and over were discovered in spacecraft data following the. The encounter, so so Robert Encounter. We'll be the first be predicted in advance. It was noticed by Greg Jones from the University College London Jenkins detected. He's first accidental comma crossing back in the year two thousand while investigating strange readings in data recorded by the illicit spacecraft in nineteen, Ninety six ulysses was studying the sun from above the ecliptic imaginary plan around the Sun upon which the planets all roughly orbit. He discovered that ulysses it pass through the tail of the Comet Hackett data also known as the. The Great Comet of nine hundred, ninety, six soon after that announcement ulysses across the tail of another comment, and then a third in twenty seven so fast forward to May, twenty twenty and Jones realized that solar orbiter was going to be some forty four million kilometers downstream of the Comet C Twenty nineteen. Why for Alice this month? And so he alerted mission manages so raw data is equipped with a suite of ten signs instruments designed to study the sun and the solar wind the flow of charged. Charged particles constantly pumped up by the sun into space, and for those instruments were perfect for detecting the comet's tails, because they measure the conditions around the spacecraft, and so they could return data about the dust grains, and the electorally charge paddock was given off by the comet, these emissions create the comet to tales, the dust tail that's left behind in the comments orbit and the Ion tail, which points directly in the opposite direction from the sun solar orbit across the island tale of combat. Atlas on, June. June the first, and then the dust tail off the six now scientists are still sifting through the data, but if the ion tells dense enough, solar orbiters, magnetometer would have detected variations of the interplanetary magnetic field that's because of its interaction with the ions from the comet's tail and the solar. Wind Elisa might have captured some of the tells particles now as solar orbit across the dust tail. It's possible that tiny dust grains would have slammed into the spacecraft that speeds tens of kilometers per second they. They wouldn't have damaged spacecraft, but they would've vaporized the dust grains resulting in tiny clouds of literally chat gas might have been detected by the radio and plasma waves instrument covered atlas was discovered Beckham, the Twenty Eighth, seven, twenty nine teen, and for a while, it looked like it was going to become a major spectacular naked eye comet by May. However in April came the news that comet. Atlas had in fact broken. Todd, the fragmentation continuing through may the encounter has allowed scientists to learn more about these. These frozen visitors from the Solar System Solo, but is currently circling the sun between the orbits of Venus and Mercury, its first period helium, carrying seventy seven million kilometers from the sun now over the coming years solar orbiter. We'll get much closer than that. Passing within the orbit of Mercury around forty, two million kilometers from the solar surface may well comet at Alice. What's left of it? Reach pair helium at around thirty seven billion kilometers from the sun on the last day of May this space time. Along. And time now to take another brief look at some of the other stories making using science this week with a science.

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"There's a lot more. Than we have yet seen the biasing comes from these preferential positions where the objects that have been found so far and so oh, self sources program has discovered some new they're. She called extreme client. The Bell Tel jugs because this extreme. Is he already location of the obits? They've discovered what they describe. As a handful of these, there is another survey found over three hundred of them. Both of the these two new sets of discoveries can be shown to be as Samantha puts it. They ask statistically consistent with a uniform distribution, not means that the bias in particular direction has gone away, and what she says is so now to independent advice, both of which carefully tracked and reported their. Their observational biases in discovering independent sets of extreme Cao's Ozkok about jets, a found no evidence folk lusted opens so very very interesting. They've done further work to test the planet nine theory, and even the most extreme of the ones that basically suggested in support of planet, nine their extreme orbits that you know they're very essentially very elongated always can be explained by known physically facts. That's what they say, so. The likelihood of the planet nineties is. Much reduced, but not an absolute raw yet, but it sounds like what they saying is that the multitude hope sat? There is probably more likely to be influenced than one massive object. Yes, that's right exactly so and the fact that we're only seeing a small number of these objects on just happens that the ones we say no lineup in a way that's probably more to do with where we've seen them. In their orbits than a really fact is as I said he's not a death sentence, but it calms things down suggests that maybe the planet nine theory was bit premature. Actually this article ends are thinking a very nice way. Of obviously has a way with words as she says at the end, many beautiful and surprising objects remain to be discovered in the mysterious outer solar system, but I don't believe that planet nineties. So That's a soft landing on a very disappointing. Don't you know? Don't give up on it I'm sure be for it because that's kind of what happens. Is That's how Neptune was found? The evidence for tune was I think a lot more convincing evidence for planet, nine and sure enough. It turned up pretty well exactly where they predicted it can eighteen forties spots. We're dealing with something quite different here I. Think Ages Statistical with net you led to the discovery was hard calculations Y- elections on orbital dynamics, actually the planet. You're innocent. The planets that you can work out from the obits of Uranus in particular that there's something else out there with this what we're talking. Talking about is statistics over a large number of objects that point to the existence of planet. Nine bottom line might be that. We just haven't been looking at a large enough number of objects that we've been selective about what we say. That's Professor Fred Watson, an astronomer with Department of Science speaking with Andrew. Bagley on assist the program space nuts, and this is time I'm Stewart. Gary still to come. Solar orbit passes through the tail of the Comet Atlas and later in the science report discovery that at least one part of the earth is still pristine and unchanged by humans all at the most still come on space time. The.

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The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"one star" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"And and Tom. That'd take another brief look at some of the other stories making news in science this week with a science report and you study says. Climate change may be responsible for the mass death of patterns the Bering Sea a report of the journal Plus One says the carcasses of more than three hundred and fifty emaciated patterns have been found off the coast of of Alaska suggesting the birds food web has changed so much that they starving to death. The birds were discovered shortly after a shift in the distribution of plankton patterns fair fish invertebrates which in turn would have fit on the plancton scientists. Say It's highly likely that increasing ocean temperatures and decreasing. You say I all judy. Climate change shifted some species further north upsetting the delicate marine food web. And you study says the amount of time. Two and three year olds spend watching screens has been shown to be directly associated with their mother screen time. The findings reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Indicate indicate that around eighty percent of two year olds and some ninety. Five percent of three year olds failed to meet screen time lines researches look for factors that might be linked to not meeting guidelines and found that mothers screen time exceeded forty hours per week. More likely to have kids. That didn't meet screen. Time guidelines among two-year-olds herodes. Kids were also less likely to make guidelines. They will being cared for at home compared to childcare a second study which track toddlers screen us over time found that the mattis mattis green exposure and eight-year-old was having was directly linked with habits set at a much earlier age. And you study claims you might be able to avoid Pi on all those extra pounds simply by switching just half your daily servings of junk food with nats. The findings reported in the British Medical Journal. Based on twenty years of tator on Diet and physical activity from some three hundred thousand. People side is found that on average people get around a third of a kilo every year but substituting that shooting half a serving of junk food with nuts was linked to people. Getting around half a kilo lists over a four year period although it must be consuming peanut butter didn't have the same effect it. It means that we're still putting on weight. But not nearly as much as they would have otherwise. Scientists say that while the results are interesting. They didn't actually show that eighty more. That's caused a reduction reduction in weight. Gain Import. The point at that the study was funded by the institution and the California Warm Commission. This growing growing evidence that China could be behind Vanna Syndrome. A set of medical symptoms experienced by United States and Canadian embassy staff in Cuba and then in China between twenty six thousand in two thousand eighteen victims typically reported suddenly hearing strange grating noises at CD becoming from just one specific direction and then experiencing inching. It's a pressure of vibration. Eventually triggering headaches dizziness hearing loss memory loss nausea subsequent medical examinations of the victims. Discover that some brain injuries similar to suffering a concussion occurred later recordings picked up unusual interest sound waves during these events now interests out involve sound waves low within twenty hertz which are inaudible humans. The incident sparked speculation that these attacks were targeting diplomats using some sort of acoustic weapon however others others climbed that was more likely to be in some sort of mass hysteria. Illness exposure to neurotoxins from earlier fumigation works feedback from forty secret listening devices planted by enemy operatives or even the chips of other indie short-tailed or Jamaican filled crickets interestingly raptured previously undertaking accused attacks against cuse embassy staff in Moscow and Keever is of course a long time ally of Russia however that attack US pulse radiofrequency microwave radiation which is ultrasound. Non Infra Sound autosound uses frequencies over twenty thousand which are also inaudible to humans but it's now being revealed that the Chinese Academy me of Sciences has developed a new sonic gun that uses focused intra sound waves designed to cause extreme discomfort physical stress. It works by generating vibrations brations in the eight drums. I bowl stomach liver and brain infra sound effects on the human inter alia include Vertigo imbalance intolerable sensations incapacitation tation disorientation nausea vomiting bowel spasms and resonances an organs such as the heart the Bay tapestry which depicts events leading up to the Norman Conquest of England in ten sixty six is perhaps the most famous embroider in the world but its exact origins have been shrouded in the thug of time now. British researchers have added to the debate over its origins by showing that it was indeed designed specifically to fit in an era of the big fedral rather in some great hole in England or some other cathedral in France by studying the cathedral surviving architectural features and Data Medieval Cough Sciences Research Israel to a show that the tapestry would have fitted five bays of the nave with the outlooks narrative deliberately structured in relation to specific toys in architectural supports. The the research reported in the Journal of the British Archaeological Association. Also suggest how the tapestries should be displayed. When at least France this year for the first time in nine hundred and fifty years and you study found that new age thinking things like Magic Crystals fortunetellers pyramid power healing stones astrology? PSYCHICS and mediums teams are growing in popularity among millennials and Gen nixes. The findings reported in a study by Yahoo Finance claims. The burgeoning psychic services industry has grand fifty-three percent since two thousand five now valued in excess of two billion dollars with annual growth in that around zero point nine percent that means revenue from from whoo is expected to reach two point. Three billion by twenty twenty four previous surveys have found that forty one percent of Americans really do believe in extrasensory perception exception. Twenty six percent. Believing Klay Avoidance and thirty one percent believe in telepathy was psychic communication. Tim Mendham from a strand skeptic. Says About Fifteen. MM percent of Americans have consulted a psychic fortune teller with females twice as likely to visit one compared to men study done by yahoo finance in the US waist really apply to the US market but as various market surveys of down the psychic business in the US is worth about two billion dollars growing doing and suggesting that it's growing quite dramatically four or five percent a year or even more the issue is. Why is it growing and who is doing? The suggestion is that as people. We'll have a less of a following for formal religions and tend to be more open to use Code New Light stuff. But it's like some astrology and and that sort of thing and the group that is turning away from religion and they potentially to other areas of the young people millennials. Gen xers Gen Y.. Says well in the middle and the US say that about thirty five to say. The millennials have organized religion inside of that. Marketing is growing now. The strongest sites in America Apparently Florida California New York and Texas most surprised Texas takes Texas actually have a very strong skeptical community in the country. But Yeah I'm not sure why Florida which have an older population generally but it's It's interesting California. New York almost expected. This is assumption of Yahoo. You find that because it's growing whereas growing and they suggest that it's sort of people who follow religious fellow sort of like astrology. I would like to suggest that you didn't have to. Hi Buck. You hear what seems to be true. That's that's not that popular unfortunately apparently among the generation truces this is wall down there at the truth is not eager sentry that's to.

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The Southern Constellation of Dorado it has roughly only forty percent of the sons mess size about half its surface temperature. Toy Seven Hundred D is the outermost three nine planets in the system and the only anyone in the habitable zone. It's about twenty percent larger than earth and over toast. I every thirty seven days receiving about eighty six percent of the energy from its star. AH The sun provides to worth as for the other two planets in the system the planet the one nearest the star seven hundred B is almost exactly the same size awesome. It's probably a rocky world and completes an orbit around the Star every ten days the Middle Planet. Te'o I seven hundred. C is about two point six times lodging logically earth placing it somewhere in size between the earth. Neptune it orbits its host that every sixteen days and he's likely to be a guest dominated world food being so close to the her star. All free planets are thought to be todd locked which means the same side of each of these pilots always faces the star so one side of the the planet has constant daylight while the other sides in perpetual darkness tests monitors lied sections of the sky and sectors for twenty seven days at a time mm-hmm this long unceasing stare allows the probe to track any changes in stellar brightness on stars caused by opening planet transiting crossing in front of Torstar as seen from Texas perspective wants detected. The Earth sized pilot status was confirmed using neces- Spitzer space telescope confirming the planet's is that it really isn't that habitable zone is another infamous spitzer as it approaches the end of its science operations. Pull hurts from this astro physics SIS test was specifically designed to find earth size planets orbiting nearby stars. The whole idea is that planets orbiting nearby stars are easy to follow up with large telescopes. But there's an interesting story around the system see. The stat was originally MIS classified in the tisch database as being one more similar to the sun and then implied that the planets opening were larger and hotter than they really are. Luckily researchers identified the era when they correlated for the stars new parameters the sizes of the planets dropped and they realized that the planet was actually about the same size as earth and that it was indeed in the stars Habitable Zone. Another important point in this discovery discovery is that the authors didn't detect any stiller flares erupting from the start during eleven months of monitoring and that improves the chances of Teo I seven hundred being habitable label as it makes it easier for a useful atmosphere to develop on the planet without it being radiated applying away because one hundred is bright nearby and shows no assigns of stellar flares systems the prime candidate for precise measurements using ground based observatories future. Missions may also be able to identify whether the planets on its opening it have atmospheres and if so even determine their compositions. You're listening this space time Any study is raising questions. About the existence of DOC energy hypothetical force used to explain explain the accelerating expansion that universe the most direct and strongest evidence for an accelerating universe and consequently the need for some sort of force working opposite to gravity be called dark energy vacuum energy the cosmological constant or even anti gravity is provided by cosmic distance measurements using a top of exploiting star Sta known as a thermo nuclear type one a Supernova type one a Supernova a caused by the explosive death of low mass stars when they reach a specific pick Matt's about one point four times that of the sun and because they all have a similar mess when they get Supernova they should generate about the same amount of brightness when they explode blood by seeing how bright the Supernova looks and knowing exactly how intrinsically bright it really is. Astronomy can use the inverse square or to determine exactly how far away Supernova is and therefore the distance to the galaxy at scene but all this is based on the assumption that the Intrinsic Brightness of the SUPERNOVA hasn't actually changed over time. The new observations reported in the astrophysical journal suggests that this K. assumption could be era. The author's reach their conclusions. But taking extremely accurate spectroscopy observations of most of the reported nearby early type host galaxies containing type one a supernovae this provided the the most direct and reliable measurements of population ages for these galaxies and they found something surprising a strong correlation between Supernova luminosity city and still a population age since Supernova. progenitor galaxies are getting younger with redshift or look back time. The findings suggest a systematic bias is in redshift in Supernova cosmology taking it face value the authors claim the luminosity evolution of Supernova is significant enough to question the very existence assistance of tack energy. The authors found that when the luminosity evolution of Supernovae is properly taken into account. The evidence for the existence of dark energy goes away. The study's lead author Professor Young Book Lee From Yonsei University in Seoul quoted. The Great Professor Carl Sagan saying extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. He says he's not entirely sure. That science has the extraordinary evidence needed to support the idea of duck energy which he suggests may instead simply being artifact of a fragile in false assumption. However it's worth remembering that other cosmological probes such as the cosmic microwave background radiation and Barry on Acoustic Oscillations to support the existence of dark energy? In fact the very idea of the docket and G force isn't new it was first invented by Albert Einstein when you say like most scientists of his day Einstein assumed the universe was stable and everything in it was imbalanced. Just as it should be the trouble is is own equation equation show that in such a universe. Gravity would have been the dominating force crushing everything together to counter this into return the universe to a steady state. Einstein Stein made up at expansion force to counter gravity which he called the cosmological constant of course later the great professor and the universe really was expanding. This forced Stein Stein to tear up his cosmological constant describing at all as his greatest mistake the recent discovery that space time really is expanding it at of accelerating rate has once again resurrected the idea of some sort of cosmological constant an understanding. This is important for understanding the ultimate fate of the universe if if scientists understanding of dark energy is correct. It means the universe is heading towards a big freeze in which all the galaxies will eventually expand away from each other until in the end only our own local collective group will remain together in what will look like very cold black empty universe but it doesn't end there. Yeah you save. Energy is a little bit more force than we think it becomes a phantom energy which could see forces involved increased so much that it would ultimately lead to what scientists are calling hauling. Big Rip a big rip would see the expansion of space occur not just on the cosmic scales of relativity theory but also on the subatomic scales of quantum mechanics knicks. In other words. Ultimately Phantom Energy would rip apart Adams tearing them into their constituent protons neutrons and electrons and possibly even becoming. I mean glue on to rip off quacks hence the term be.

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Details in the show notes and on our website. And now it's back to the show. You're listening to spend time with Stewart. Carry European Space Agency says there's been a record. Could breaking thirty percent increase in the number of near-earth objects discovered over the past year. In fact two thousand nineteen source. Some two thousand three hundred and seventy Nieto's or near Earth objects detected two hundred twenty six of which were discovered during December alone so that brings the total number of non objects flying close to they will crossing it so open around the Sun to some twenty one thousand six hundred fifty five asteroids and one hundred and nine comets mortar stubbornly. Some nine hundred ninety six six of these are classified in the highest dangerous of Nieto's recent close approaches to Earth have included two thousand nineteen. Yes twenty nineteen. Why he to twenty nine and twenty nineteen y four all of which came closer to within the orbit of the Moon during the second half December? Me Well one of the newly discovered discover objects has popped up on the high risk dangerous. It's twenty nine teen. Why X one? A forty to eighty made awhile asteroid which has a one eight nine thousand chance handsome slamming into the earth on December. The twenty seven th two thousand eight. He won and that makes it the third most dangerous object to take it in the past year number one of the day. Okay we say hit parade is two thousand nine hundred ninety s one. It's twenty to fifty megawatt asteroid with a one in seven hundred chance of slamming into the Earth on the twenty sixth of February twenty eighty two and that's closely followed by twenty nineteen l. w. four it somewhat more from twelve to twenty six meters wide but this space rock still has one eight nine hundred chance of hitting the earth on June. The eighth twenty eighty three remember. These are just the ones we know about you all the space time. Still the come is doc energy real and later in the science report. We'll look at the work generations love of Wu. It seems if your generation xer a Gen Y. or Login Z.. Even a millennial you have an unacceptably high chance of being into astrology. Sign Kicks Tarrant Cards Pyramid Power and magic healing crystals. Dear idea all that more coming up on space time NASHES transiting exoplanet survey satellite tests as discovered its first earth size habitable zone planet. The Planet Catalog. Look this is.

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Astronomers have discovered evidence for the universe is very first downs their observations show overlapping lapping bubbles of hydrogen gas. That was ionized by these stars. Just six hundred eighty million years after the Big Bang this is the earliest directive from a period the very first generations of stars formed and began reorganizing the hydrogen gas that permeated the universe. The universe began roughly thirteen point. Eight a two billion years ago and there was a period in this very early universe known as the cosmic Tack Ages this cosmic gauges period began less than half a million years after to the Big Bang. It's a period. When elementary particles formed in the Big Bang combined to form neutral hydrogen gas and ended with the formation of the first is? Yes it was alter violet light from these very first ever stars which I know is the hydrogen clearing away the fog and making the universe transparent this the stage of cosmic evolution known as the APEC of reorganization can be simulated using computer modeling but direct evidence is extremely limited now. Astronomers was using the new firm infrared image on a four meter Mile Telescope on Kitt pig. Arizona have image three galaxies collectively known as a seventy seven which actually contain chain these first stars aged seventy seven was discovered as part of the cosmic deepen wide narrow band or cosmic Dawn Survey Ages dancer extended Groth Strip original space containing fifty thousand galaxies which was image Binational Hubble Space Telescope in two thousand and five one of the study's authors authors. James Rhodes from this has gone out. SPACE FLIGHT CENTER IN GREENBELT MARYLAND SAYS H seventy seven is the first galaxy group caught in the act of clearing out its cosmic fog. The the author began with an imaging survey designed to detect distant so-called high redshift galaxies and then combine these with corresponding images taken by Hobble when electromagnetic radiation such as visible light is emitted by an object is passed through gas. It produces spectral lines at specific web links which correspond to specific Atoms elements and molecules leading scientists know the chemical composition of the gas they caused by electrons excited atoms or molecules moving between energy levels and then returning back to a ground state testing laboratories of provided scientists with a list of the spectral signatures of all the elements and molecules by comparing impairing observed spectral signatures with on the list. Astronomers can determine the chemical composition of distant stars and galaxies simply by looking at their light importantly for us that they can also tell if the object being observed is moving towards or away from us simply by whether the Spectra is doppler shifted away from its usual position and more towards the blue or ridden the spectrum. Say if the SPEKTR is blue shifted. It means whatever's admitting the light is moving towards us and if it's red shifted it means committee is moving away from us and the degree of that shift tells you how fast the object or mirror is moving towards or away from us and consequently how far away it is his expansion of the universe courses wavelengths of light to expand their by shifty and chemicals contained in those wavelength more and more towards the red end of the electromagnetic spectrum spectrum. This allowed the office to compute. What's known as the further metric redshift a proxy for estimating distance at these red shifts? A galaxies lied. He shifted completely out of the visible spectrum into the longer infrared wavelengths reds and colleagues image the small area in the Constellation booties using special custom-made filters as part of this study the authors criteria for selecting distant galaxy candidates for better study included clear detection of them using infrared narrowband filters confirm at a complete non detection in the shorter wavelength optical filter bands east by hobble. This allow them the spot. The three galaxies in the seventy seven group intense light from the primordial stars in these galaxies ionized surrounding hydrogen gas forming the bubbles that allow the style that travel freely eh eventually bubbles likely grew around all galaxies filling intergalactic space clearing away. All the fog for light to travel right across the universe thereby giving thing is the universe we see today once identified the distances and hence the ages of these seventy seven galaxies confirmed with spectra taken from the modifies spectrograph on the ten minute kick one telescope Monaco and why and Free Galaxies in the group showed strong emission. Lines suggesting the light was being emitted by these galaxies when the universe was just six hundred eighty million years old. You're listening the space time coming up next. A third more near Earth objects detected over the past last year nationals new planet hunter finds its first Earth size habitable zone world and questions being raised over whether or not dock energies. Real all that and more well still to come on space time. Okay Tom to take a break. From show for a word from our sponsor the great courses plus it's a new year great time to reflect and set some goals for the year ahead. And like you one of my goals is to keep learning finding out as much as I can about the world I live in and the universe around us..

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The prime candidate for precise measurements using ground based observatories future missions may also be able to identify whether the planets on its opening. It have atmospheres and if so even determine their compositions you're listening the space time Any study is raising questions. About the existence of DOC energy hypothetical force used to explain explain the accelerating expansion that universe the most direct and strongest evidence for an accelerating universe and consequently the need for some sort of force working opposite to gravity be called dark energy vacuum energy the cosmological constant or even anti gravity is provided by cosmic distance measurements using a top of exploiting star Sta known as a thermo nuclear type one a Supernova type one a Supernova a caused by the explosive death of low mass stars when they reach a specific pick Matt's about one point four times that of the sun and because they all have a similar mess when they get Supernova they should generate about the same amount of brightness when they explode blood by seeing how bright the Supernova looks and knowing exactly how intrinsically bright it really is. Astronomy can use the inverse square or to determine exactly how far away Supernova is and therefore the distance to the galaxy at scene but all this is based on the assumption that the Intrinsic Brightness of the SUPERNOVA hasn't actually changed over time. The new observations reported in the astrophysical journal suggests that this K. assumption could be era. The author's reach their conclusions. But taking extremely accurate spectroscopy observations of most of the reported nearby early type host galaxies containing type one a supernovae this provided the the most direct and reliable measurements of population ages for these galaxies and they found something surprising a strong correlation between Supernova luminosity city and still a population age since Supernova. progenitor galaxies are getting younger with redshift or look back time. The findings suggest a systematic bias is in redshift in Supernova cosmology taking it face value the authors claim the luminosity evolution of Supernova is significant enough to question the very existence assistance of tack energy. The authors found that when the luminosity evolution of Supernovae is properly taken into account. The evidence for the existence of dark energy goes away. The study's lead author Professor Young Book Lee From Yonsei University in Seoul quoted. The Great Professor Carl Sagan saying extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. He says he's not entirely sure. That science has the extraordinary evidence needed to support the idea of duck energy which he suggests instead simply being artifact of a fragile in false assumption. However it's worth remembering that other cosmological probes such as the cosmic microwave background radiation and Barry on Acoustic Oscillations to support the existence of dark energy? In fact the very idea of the docket and G force isn't new it was first invented by Albert Einstein when you say like most scientists of his day Einstein assumed the universe was stable and everything in it was imbalanced. Just as it should be the trouble is is earn a question equation. Show that in such a universe. Gravity would have been the dominating force crushing everything together to counter this into return the universe to a steady state. Einstein Stein made up at expansion force to counter gravity which he called the cosmological constant of course later the great professor and the universe really was expanding this forced Stein Stein to tear up his cosmological constant describing at all as his greatest mistake the recent discovery that space time really is expanding at accelerating rate has once again resurrected the idea of some sort of cosmological constant an understanding this is important for understanding the ultimate fate of the universe if if scientists understanding of dark energy is correct. It means the universe is heading towards a big freeze in which all the galaxies will eventually expand away from each other until in the end only our own local collective group will remain together in what will look like very cold black empty universe. But it doesn't end there. Yeah you save. Energy is a little bit more force than we think it becomes a phantom energy which could see forces involved increased so much that it would ultimately lead to what scientists are calling hauling. Big Rip a big rip would see the expansion of space time occurred not just on the cosmic scales of relativity theory but also on the subatomic scales of quantum mechanics knicks in other words. Ultimately Phantom Energy would rip apart Adams tearing them into their constituent protons neutrons and electrons and possibly even becoming. I mean glue on to rip off quacks hence the term be.

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Details in the show notes and on our website. And now it's back to the show. You're listening to spend time with Stewart. Carry European Space Agency says there's been a record. Could breaking thirty percent increase in the number of near-earth objects discovered over the past year. In fact two thousand nineteen source. Some two thousand three hundred and seventy Nieto's or near Earth objects detected two hundred twenty six of which were discovered during December alone so that brings the total number of non objects flying close to they will crossing it so open around the Sun to some twenty one thousand six hundred fifty five asteroids and one hundred and nine comets mortar stubbornly. Some nine hundred ninety six six of these are classified in the highest dangerous of Nieto's recent close approaches to Earth have included two thousand nineteen. Yes twenty nineteen. Why he to twenty nine and twenty nineteen? YV Four all of which came closer to within the orbit of the Moon during the second. Half December me well one of the newly discovered discover objects has popped up on the high risk. Dangerous it's twenty nine teen. Why X one? A forty to eighty made awhile asteroid which has a one eight nine thousand chance handsome slamming into the earth on December. The twenty seven th two thousand eight. He won and that makes it the third most dangerous object to take it in the past year number one of the day. Okay we say hit parade is two thousand nine hundred ninety s one. It's twenty two fifty meter wide asteroid with a one in seven hundred chance of slamming into the Earth on the twenty sixth of February twenty eighty two. And that's closely followed by twenty nineteen L. W. Four it somewhat more from twelve to twenty six meters wide but this space rock still has one eight nine hundred chance of hitting the earth on June. The eighth twenty eighty three remember. These are just the ones we know about you all the space time. Still the come is doc energy real and later in the science report. We'll look at the work generations love of Wu. It seems if your generation xer a Gen Y. or Login Z.. Even a millennial you have an unacceptably high chance of being into astrology. Sign Kicks Tarrant Cards Pyramid Power and magic healing crystals. Dear idea all that more coming up on space time NASHES transiting exoplanet survey satellite tests as discovered its first earth size habitable zone planet. The Planet Catalog. Look this is.

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"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"one star" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Authors criteria for selecting distant galaxy candidates for better study included clear detection of them using infrared narrowband filters confirm at a complete non detection in the shorter wavelength optical filter bands east by hobble. This allow them the spot. The three galaxies in the seventy seven group intense light from the primordial stars in these galaxies. I- nice the surrounding hydrogen gas forming the bubbles that allow the style that travel freely. Eh eventually bubbles likely grew around all galaxies filling intergalactic space clearing away all the fog for light to travel right across the universe thereby giving thing is the universe we see today once identified the distances and hence the ages of these seventy seven galaxies confirmed with spectra taken from the modify spectrograph on the ten minute kick one telescope Monaco in why and Free Galaxies in the group showed strong emission lines suggesting the light was being emitted by these galaxies when the universe was just six hundred eighty million years old. You're listening the space time coming up next. A third more near Earth objects detected over the past last year nationals new planet hunter finds its first Earth size habitable zone world and questions being raised over whether or not dock energies. Real all that and more well still to come on space time. Okay Tom to take a break. From show for a word from our sponsor the great courses plus it's a new year great time to reflect and set some goals for the year ahead. And like you one of my goals is to Cape loosening finding out as much as I can about the world I live in and the universe around us. And that's what the great courses plus comes in whether you want to expand your knowledge on specific topics or discover new interests the great courses plus. has you covered.

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