8 Burst results for "Petroff"

"petroff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"petroff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash From Bloomberg world headquarters I'm Charlie petroff session lows as investors focus on the fed Ukraine and earnings the down the S&P has stacker all declining for all the details What's going on Let's head right over to the first word breaking news desk for today's afternoon call Here is Bill maloney And good afternoon Charlie U.S. stocks are sinking today again but like you said well off their worst levels a dows currently down 432 points was down 1100 as if these dropped 60 of the NASDAQ pairs losses to a 150 The U.S. ten year yield at 1.73% gold is little changed oil is down but Bitcoin is now higher after being down 6.8% Among the main 11 SP sectors all are still in the red lead by losses and utilities and healthcare leaders to the upside of the Dow Home Depot and travelers while Visa Merck and J&J led to the downside The Indian news Blackstone to buy resource REIT in a $3.7 billion apartment deal and coales searching 33% pre market as the retail is fielding interest from two suitors In other news Dow Jones reported prepare to deploy orders had been issued to troops at several bases and wrapping things up IBM reports after the bound Live from the first to break a news test gone along Okay we think very much billing to hear live Breaking news over your Bloomberg type squawk squ uah WK on your terminal I'm Charlie paddock bent is a Bloomberg business flash All right.

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"petroff" Discussed on Was ist Narzissmus?

Was ist Narzissmus?

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"petroff" Discussed on Was ist Narzissmus?

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"petroff" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"petroff" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"In the end. He was neither rewarded or punished. Incident was a major embarrassment for the soviet establishment which had created the satellite system. The satellites detected a missile launch by looking for the heat signature which comes from the rocket. That's why to this day. Americans and russians notify each other before rocket is launched. What they believe happened on september twenty six. Nineteen eighty-three is that the soviet satellites detected the light of the sun reflecting off the clouds at just the right angle that was why the satellites detected a launch but the ground base radar. Didn't americans estimate that if the soviets were to have launched there might have been between eighty to a hundred and eighty million deaths just on the american side. The americans of course would have responded in kind killing an additional fifty to one hundred ten million more people the story of stanislav petrov and what happened on september twenty six. Nineteen eighty-three wasn't released to the public for over ten years it wasn't until the soviet union claps that knowledge of that day became public as it turns out. This wasn't the first or last time that a nuclear close call like this has happened in nineteen sixty two during the cuban missile crisis. A soviet submarine was being hit with depth charges and thought that war had already started. They were going to fire a nuclear torpedo at an american ship but that action required three senior officers on board to be an agreement. One officer vasili arkhipov descended and the nuclear torpedo was never launched on january twenty. Fifth nineteen ninety-five the soviets picked up another launch. Which was taken all the way up to russian president. Boris yeltsin he declined to launch and it turns out it was an american slash norwegian research rocket which was just not announced. As for stanislav petrov. He was quietly reassigned after the incident later left the military and had a nervous breakdown after the collapse of the soviet union. He was eventually growing his own food to survive. When the story of the events of nineteen eighty-three finally became public. Petroff was finally given the recognition. He deserved he was given several modest cash prizes by peace groups from around the world which helped his financial situation immensely stanislav petrov passed away in two thousand seventeen at the age of seventy seven when he died he had the distinction having perhaps saved more lives in an immediate and direct fashion than any other person in human history. You associate producers have everything everywhere daily. Are peter bennett. And thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show please join the list of patrons over at patriotair dot com and also remember if you leave a review or send me a question you too can have it. Read on the show.

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"petroff" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"petroff" Discussed on Science Salon

"A series of prime numbers numbers divisible only by themselves Three primary and and And so no rotating black hole or white dwarf or any other stellar object or strategical dominant. We know of would would release signals in the form of a sequence of prime numbers So that would be a protocol that constitutes a hip so this has to do with what's called signal detection theory that is. How do you know that the signal you're getting represents this or that it's an actual signal of what you're looking for or it's just noise or some other artifact you know the classic case of this is during the cold war the detection of incoming missiles to the soviet union from the united states and The the officer on duty in observing the signals coming in the missiles had to decide is are these incoming missiles and i should trigger the in launch on warning response from the soviet union launching world war. Three or should i wait and And he decided to wait. Petroff is his name and so he's known as the man who saved the world. There's documentary film net flex about his life and what he did well. He reasoned that There was just five blips. The united states was launching a first strike nuclear strike against the soviet union. They wouldn't launch five missiles. It would be massive right so it's probably not that. Fortunately it wasn't that it was a artifact satellites or something like that No maybe it was upper atmosphere birds. Or anyway i've ever get with the actual thing was but But it was a noise not signal of that. So that's what we're talking about signals from space. Do they constitute Evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence or is it just something else so this is what i think you oppose ufologist need to do. They need to have some kind of signal detection criteria. What are we gonna use to constitute a hit. But are we going to say. Yeah that one's real. That went probably end. Their problem is they have no criteria. They'll accept anything any story anybody. Has you know. Barmer bob at three in the morning. Pucker brush. Kansas saw light gook k. There's another data point. No that's not a data point you. Ap's these grainy videos and blurry photographs of you know things that who knows what they're looking at. They have different explanations but people just automatically go to. Well it's extraterrestrial now that that that doesn't mean but it means someone would. What what. I accept. Well okay first of all. I would accept the seti protocols if it was a laser radio signal coming from space something like the equivalent of a sequence of prime numbers I to me that some. Yeah okay we could say. That's hit As revisitation yes we could. We can't rely on videos anymore. Siege is good. There's lots. There's a number of really could ufo fakes where they're not grainy videos or blurry photo their clears could be but they're also quite vague. So what we would need more than that. How about actual spacecraft or actual aliens not the alien autopsy film from the nineties..

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"petroff" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"petroff" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"And again, this kind of enhanced birth Fact of like the cup window is now like if the draft is reminder of anything, it's that like you need to win now or not saying that you going to get a guy who's going to help you win. Now in the draft, what I'm saying is like if you could get a center but you also need some really skilled Wingers and you also could help with defensive depth. You need the point is like you need to keep going all-in because one guy thorpe-beeston farm system and again they could do that later and round, you know, Patrice Bergeron. A second round pick, it's funny. The NHL posted a picture recently. The 2003 draft prospects off and version wasn't it. I could use a second round pick, but I looked at go through the 03 draft cuz I was like what pick was Bergeron at? It was 53. In the second round. If you go to the Bruins first round pick, was that year Max through it. Warren, Stewart was the Bruins first-round pick that year he was picked over. I think Ryan Kesler. I forget, I mean, they obviously get picked over Bergeron to change, but just replace my Christians korte Pari, chat. Korte Pari was the other one later that Ericsson, who petroff Maguire's squirming was for that? They know they use. Yeah, I don't get stacked stacked in the bronze. Got Mark Stewart, who who was Mark Stewart traded for? Was he traded to Atlanta for Beverly? And God no no no no it was that was Blake wheeler and there's another defenseman trade for Beverly. I think it was no doubt it was it was the perfectly deal. February 2011 through was traded by Boston to Thrashers along with Blake wheeler for Beverly and Boris. Yeah, we'll get this is okay. So Mark Stewart, help when you woke up. I am credit for that. There you go. There wasn't a waste of a first-round pick. You gotta you gotta Stanley Cup out of it technically but yeah, I always like to look back at drafts and look at the hits and misses, especially 03 cuz that was had a lot of hits especially in the first two rounds. But anyways, that is stays up sort of poke the bear episode 53 Connor before we go. What can the people look forward to over bsj? Yeah, we're going to obviously have I think it's going to be a very busy couple of days once this roster freeze, gifted. As we're recording this podcast, I think we're My West Coast time but I think we're less than an hour away from the freezing and lifted and all we also will have all the up-to-date news over there over at PSJA and of course will have all the draft coverage from around 1 through 7 throughout this weekend as well. So follow us over at Boston Sports channel cam for all that news. And if you want to follow me on Twitter you can do that at, Ryan underscore 93,000, do all that for sale. Unless me. Maranatha gets kind of Ryan, you poke the bear list or some great rest every day.

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"petroff" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"petroff" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That's who we are. Montreal was upset. That puck should have cleared the zone it hit. The linesman stayed in the zone who dropped ended up getting the puck right in front of breaking point lost it. Huge opportunity and off the face off Now, Sharratt uses the boards to clear vasilevskiy way out to play it. Still a minute 10 in the power play for the Lightning as weaving his way through centres. Hedman games the line drops it off the Stamkos on the left board loses the handle chases to the corner, now swings into the right corner or is handled by Cirelli. Off the point Putra backhands it in behind the net and again. Stamkos got there first. Byron tries to Catholic back to Sherrod and lost the handle and a blind pass by Cirelli finds no one at the blue line clearing the zone. He had a trough wide open on the other side. Regroup for the Lightning and its point who brings it in again on right wing hits. The brakes in the corner lays it back to future off on the half wall. Kita Ku trough puts it right down low on the doorstep. Cirelli over handles that he lost it for a moment and Chirac knocks it away. Whoever came in didn't get it. Though. Petroff steps off the goal line tries to sneak a short side price made the same and got the whistle. He didn't necessarily freeze the puck, but he got the whistle and then butcher off trying to get to it. Is upended as he saw a loose puck. He tried to surprise carry price and it was able to walk in a trough was he's right along the goal line when he gets the puck, and so he found himself with some room, so he cuts Cut hard to the front of the net and then put one in the short side. Price was there to stop it. And then there was a there was a rebound that trough saw was able to get there. But price jumped on that one as well. 24 seconds left in the hooking minor to Corey Perry. Face off in the Montreal zone controlled by the Canadians and rocketed the length of the ice by Romanoff Danno again with a face off when he won the last one in his offensive or as defensive zone, Then he leaves the ice wins. Another one here is 58% in the series. In the face off circles, dumped in black and gets it to the line. Not out. Surrogates have slides it across for Pat LaRue penalty is over. Perry's out of the box. Montreal full strength room, moves it down, low collapse spins out in front and unsure of where that rebound was again. Was price. I think that one hit him in the mask. He was able to cover up and then maroon goes hard to the net and draws the attention of everyone in white. It's just a smart play by Palat, knowing that the Penalty was about to expire. Also knowing that Pat Maroon was on the ice, and when Pat Maroons on the ice If he doesn't have the puck, he goes to one spot and that's the front of the net so all Poland It was from the Right side from the top of the circle. He just threw a wrist shot in a Carey price. Generally an easy one to handle, but not as easy When you've got maroon and some other players getting to the front of the net, he had trouble with Joe. We talked about it a little bit. Before the start of the game. Tampa Bay Now two for 14 in this series on the power play. Your pardon? Two for 13. Yeah. The face off again to the left of price. They had trouble getting set up because of the pressure by Montreal. And that's that's the key from her Montreal As soon as you fumbled the puck they attack That's some art off the faceoff gets into the net off the blocker of price. It's into the netting above the high glass, so they'll do it again in the Montreal zone Shots five to in the early going, we played 5.5 minutes of Game five. Score between the Lightning and Montreal Canadians. Once again, I will say this As long as the series goes on, the Canadians have gotta have it. Trailed a series three games to want. Lightning. We're trying to become just the second team ever to win a cup in Montreal in Game four. And could have been the second team ever to sweep the Canadians in the Stanley Cup final. Of course, both of those things did not materialize. Again. Savard off the one face off by Johnson gets a shot through and it's the blocker of price that keeps it out. This time. It stays in the barn going behind the net. Edmondson moves it quickly write on the paper to Foley doesn't have anything, so we'll just clear the zone. The open, right wing circuit. Jeff feeds it right back in and it bounces. The right corner. First quickly by Edmundson Petri. Under a little duress, able to get it to stall chips. It ahead. Caufield sleeps it through center and they say no icing, even though I don't believe too full and touched it. To get back to get it. And now he's given a rough ride along the boards installed, got into the fore check. Appealed as well, and Josh Anderson had a stick on it spun back out to center by the Lightning and still behind the play circuit installed in the corner of the Tampa Bay's own circuit, yet just leaves his stick there and head back to the bench. Caulfield redirects it back into the Tampa Bay zone. Slowly behind the net, McDonald gets it and slips a check of Josh Anderson. The clock back in the Montreal ice will not go far enough for icing and Brett Kulak is on it. The former Calgary flame draws attention as he backhands it around the boards, but not out comes back to him behind the net. Little trouble with it with Tyler Johnson all over him, reverses his direction. A couple of times skates back into Johnson, who makes the hit, but the puck top three and Weber uses the glass to clear. Suzuki coming late, kicks it up to his stick and carries into the Tampa Bay zone. Peels off, tried to fire it improper went off with Tampa Bay defender back out center. Back in comes likening on left wing fakes. The shot then takes a shot that got blocked by John Rueda. Lightning quickly escaped the zone. Joseph slowly rolls it in on right wing and heads to the bench for a change. As Sharon comes back to get it, we got another penalty coming up to Montreal. No, it's actually I believe it's going to be against Tampa Bay. I think I think it's John Rueda is going to get called for us. Checking was the indication and it appears you're right. Joe. He made the play inside the blue line for the Montreal player didn't have the puck, so the Canadians with a power play chance when we come back in a scoreless game five In conjunction with NBC Sports. 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"petroff" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

WSJ The Future of Everything

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"petroff" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

"And dark. All winter on the moon light cycles are off completely. A lunar day is a little more than twenty nine days on earth. So you get around. Fourteen days of light followed by fourteen days of absolute darkness. Can tyra says this can lead to depression anxiety and stress but just like the buildings on the moon can be made resilient he says there are ways to make teams more. Resilient to and more sustainable. So you really worked to build. Motivation managed Creators full relations also. Essential says kentaro routine exercise planning and organization. And then you have behaviors. That are more task. Oriented like setting goals monitoring performance providing feedback and then also other behaviors. That are more related to planning and eats by creating these relations. We are team members before the mission and we the people that manage the station during the mission that most of the problems get solved. Can you explain why organization and planning beforehand and creating interpersonal relationships. Why these things have proven to work yet. So i would say one major reason s to do the perception of control so when you go to environments like antarctica or international space station or any environment that absolutely knew and where we have very few resources to do our work. One of the things that is most common is the lack of control. There's a high degree of unpredictability. Even if you have four contingency plans. There's something that happens that requires you to come up with a fifth contingency plan. Then even if you're a season expeditioners we ten twelve fifteen expeditions. You still find you things you have to deal with. And all of these creates a sense of control and what we noticed that versus at more experienced people accept that lack of control and when we plan in advance and then also engaging daily planning what we are doing is actually building some sort of personal control over the situation. Even if we don't have it. So what would that look like on the moon now. Well a real connection to your moon crew helps. That's just what astronaut. Dr drew morgan describes having on the iss. Morgan says he missed all his kids birthdays and family holidays while in space so he made observing holidays with his fellow. Crewmembers a priority the cruise international so we celebrated multiple christmases. We got to share a lot of traditional food and it takes a lot of forethought to pack the right foods and make sure that you have some things for the holidays that will feel special feel unique and we made an effort to do that. But it's not really enough to have just a home away from home. Researchers say it's important especially for space travelers to have a connection back to earth. Morgan brought about two to three shoe boxes filled with personal items like photos of his friends and family and he says he also took photos in front of the windows of the iss called it the coppola. It's a wall of seven windows that give a three hundred and sixty degree view of the earth. We could float the picture in front of the window and take a picture of families pictures in that window. And then i can email that to them from the iss and that was a lot of fun for them to receive that picture of picture of their family floating in space. So you need a place to live. And a crew to collaborate with s but what about creating a community there are plans to create an entire settlement on the moon moon villain. What does the idea of the village. It's really taking the idea of going to the moon together. That skewered pettrof. He's a space architect and works. At the architectural firm skidmore owings merril or s. om for short. The moon village is a project. The firm is working on sponsored by the european space agency. We're approaching this on several different levels. First of all. We started to look at the master plan so sort of urban planning ideas of how would you set up. A village would grow an infrastructure that would grow the computer mockups of seo ams moon village concept looked like a mini city of silos modular oblong structures that are about four stories. Tall and rounded at the top trump says would be interconnected and could be linked and expanded is needed one for storage went to pro food one for the hygiene and for emergency activity in the concept. The whole village would be perched on the rim of the shackleton crater on the moon. That's in the south polar region on what's known as the peaks of eternal light petrov says it's an ideal location so over the last twenty years we have gotten a lot of evidence from many different international missions did in the permanently shaded regions around the two poles of the moon where the sun hasn't shown for billions of years. There is a lot of water that has fallen there from outer space in his accumulated stored in. We have a pretty good idea that it is there and so right next to it. There's several piece that are really high. So older low points are permanently shaded in store water and all the high points are almost entirely bathed in sunlight where you could target sunlight for energy and you have water in the shade of the regions. So it's it seems to be both from scientific point of view because this is water that's been frozen for billions of years since sort of a record of the history of the source in also from a headline. Your water is the main essential ingredient that we need to survive. In addition to nearby water and sunlight. The living quarters would be surrounded by fields of solar panels and other life support systems. And just like the international space station but says the infrastructure of the moon village wouldn't belong to one entity but could be used by numerous governments and private companies by sharing a lot of this common infrastructure. It could open the moon to a lot more players that could go there together. So both from a logical point of view but also from philosophical the spirit point of view even though they look kind of like silos petroff says just like buildings on earth. One of the most important features of these structures will be the windows and of course the view those windows provide and we have this sort of image of around the windows. You could have some green. And so when you're sending in the habit that you're looking out through the green out to the grave moon and always.

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"petroff" Discussed on Pfadi uf d'Ohre

Pfadi uf d'Ohre

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"petroff" Discussed on Pfadi uf d'Ohre

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