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Right Scoop: SCOTUS Rejects GOP Efforts to Block New Congressional Map

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Right Scoop: SCOTUS Rejects GOP Efforts to Block New Congressional Map

"And as they point out right scoop our buddy The Supreme Court is once again failed to do the right thing reject and request by Republicans in both North Carolina and Pennsylvania To block congressional maps issued by the state courts that circumvented their majorities in each state This from NBC News the Supreme Court on Monday shot down emergency pills from Republicans in North Carolina and Pennsylvania who sought to block redistricting maps selected by state courts Now here's the deal You see the state legislature's ladies and gentlemen a Republican in the state courts or Democrat In these state courts act like many polar bears or legislatures And yet because they have positions as judges and they adjudicate and of judicial review they are thwarting the will of the state legislatures and the people And that's okay Because the U.S. Supreme Court does the same thing Legislators in both states typically draw the congressional maps But lawsuits challenging them prompted state courts to intervene and establish new district boundaries that are considered winds for Democrats This is NBC

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"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"And so I think he just he saw that and when I talked to him, when I went to the office, he basically asked me a couple of he's like, are you, can I trust you to be here every day? And I said, yeah, he goes, no, I mean, do you like do drugs or do you drink a lot? And I said, no, not really, you know, no more than the average person. He goes, okay, good. He goes and you know, we're going to be working really long hours and I'm going to be having you come in at like 5 a.m., 5 30 a.m.. Can you handle that for three months? And I said, yeah, that would be fine. And he said, okay, great, you got the gig. And that was how that worked. And by the time we got to beowulf, the technology had changed and the call times had changed a little bit. And that was a totally different group. You know, we had John Malkovich. We had Anthony Hopkins. We had Robin Wright. We had we had ray Winston. We had Brendan Gleeson. We had crisping Glover. And it was just like the smorgasbord of crazies. Chris, I never heard of any of those people. Yeah. I mean, it was so much fun. I mean, you know, Anthony Hopkins is just like Tom in the sense of, you know, he's like, oh, please, just caught me Tony. And just the most, I mean, just telling you everything about the business, about acting, John. Who seems like he would be totally off putting is the complete opposite, the coolest dude in the world. Ray Winston is about as fun as it gets. Brendan Gleeson is awesome, love to smack me in the head every day. It was like to do. It was so much fun. You know, we were riding horses inside the stage. It was a blast. How weird is it that you've worked with Anthony Hopkins who was in Silence of the Lambs and Ted Levine, who was also in salic the two, I guess, evil portions of that movie, right? I can't imagine those too bad..

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"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:31 min | 5 months ago

"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"But not super, you know, Nick was always, you know, doing his thing and you know, I just brought my a game toward miles and you know, after about, I think about three weeks. I think I did four episodes on that show. About episode two or three miles started, you know, chatting me up and you know we're just talking about sports and things like that and getting to know one another a little bit. I mean, I'm sure if it was something that had gone on and you know we probably would have became friendly after about a year or two, but that's fine. That's how it works. You know? Yeah, and when you talk about meeting Tom Hanks and we're touch upon polar express in a moment, you know, you meet him, you talk, you have your dialog, you work together. Is it tough coming off? I don't want to call it a high. Maybe I can. Is it tough coming off a situation like that where it's like you're at the top of the mountain when you're acting with, in my opinion, the greatest actor in the history of movies and television. And you're acting with him. And then the next project might not be as prestigious, right? Is it tough to have that roller coaster ride crystal like one day you're doing dialog with Hanks? The next day, not to put anybody else down in other projects, but you're in something different. Is that tough? Yeah, 100%, man. I mean, it's like, you know, that's the, you know, 'cause I'm not a recognizable face by any by any stretch. I mean, I probably get recognized, I don't know, maybe twice a year. You know, I don't know. I don't get recognized, you know, that often enough to make me feel like I've been, you know, done enough projects. But yeah, it's hard to do like the AA list projects, and then I have the student films anymore, but let's say I do like a little low budget, something, you know, that's a pile of squirt, you know, but you know, it's also a job. You know, I mean, I talked about that with Tom. You know, a lot of projects, you know, I do to make my insurance or to just have residual mostly how I make my money is residuals become like a revenue stream for me, right? I've done enough where, you know, sometimes I'm getting a nice sized check and sometimes I'm getting a check for 11 cents. Yeah, it's difficult and, you know, but that's it's two sided, right? There's days when I'm like, shit, I don't know how much longer you could take of this. And there's also days where I'm like, I'm one audition away, 'cause I am. Yeah, yeah. No, that's right. I mean, and you got a strong filmography to back that up. Any coincidence Chris working for zemeckis and beowulf and polar express was that circumstance coincidence was that meant to how did that work out for you?.

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"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"The ones that stuck out for me. Of late. And every experience, man, I have a great time, man. You know, I had a great time doing with the kid. You know, that's sort of that's sort of the two parts of my career. I'm either a weirdo and a kids movie. Or I'm a weirdo and an adult movie. And it's not much difference. This one's played a little bit of a smile. And the other one doesn't smile at all. Yeah, yeah. You know, I was going to ask you about experience with actors because in your demo reel, it leads off. I want to say with Zach galifianakis, you have a scene with him. Yeah. And then, you know, I want to ask you him in a moment, but you mentioned Miles Teller. You hear things, right? People say, oh, he's a prick. Other people say he's a phenomenal actor. That's not for debate. And I know you've had experiences working with Ted Levine and Donovan, who Ted Levine for those listening is Buffalo Bill and Silence of the Lambs if you have to put a face to a role. So working with actors, whether it's miles or Ted, is it a mixed bag? Do you feel like Chris? I mean, obviously you're not there to get autographs and pictures. You're doing a job. But is it a mixed bag with how things turn out? Yeah, absolutely. I think the first and foremost that you have to do is just be professional, right? Yeah. I think, you know, when you show up on a set and you're a new actor, you know, and you show up on a professional set in the sense that there's going to be someone there that's recognizable or famous. You know, it hits you, man. You're like, oh shit, there's so and so. And, you know, so and so knows that they're recognizable, right? Like when I did polar express, Tom Hanks is so pro. That he must have looked over the casting sheet and knew my name, right? Because he came up to me and said, Kris Coppola, hey, Tom Hanks. Hey, can we get a picture together, man? My wife is going to think this is awesome..

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"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"So that was just it was such a fun show to do because miles is playing a guy who's doesn't speak a lot, right? He's sort of a vigilante that's trying to write some wrongs in the world. This show is super strange. It's one of those shows that I've done. And that's sort of the curse of my career where I've done these shows that I think maybe this is going to be the one that's going to get me noticed to take me to the next level and sure enough it's not. But I just had such a great time making that. It was so weird. I think at one point we reenact the crucifixion in the police office and I pull a curtain off the rod and I'm Mary Magdalene screaming and the chief of police is playing Jesus. It's just so out there. And so weird and Nick nicked us some really great stuff where he does a lot. He does like 22 takes. He does a lot a lot of takes. And for people listening to this, you know, a lot of takes is normally 6. So doing 22 is kind of unheard of. So I mean, he just does a lot, a lot of takes. And he's just looking for, I think, and because he never answered the question, I asked him. But I think he's just looking for something surprising. You know, an actor can get in into a kind of groove on how he speaks the lines. And I remember doing the Mary Magdalene thing of all things. And I think around the 18th or 19th, I actually cried. And he loved it. Even though we were being silly, right? It was meant to be kind of funny. But then the character cried. And I think that's the kind of stuff that Nick is going after with a lot of takes. And I was all game, you know? I mean, I know some people don't like a lot of takes, but I think that's what makes that kind of experience fun. You know what I mean?.

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"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"And you see me disguised. Do you see me doing different accents, dialects? And that's the other thing I like to show off or showcase when I set my reel. Yeah, I think the ray Donovan movies right around the corner and it's a great show. Liev is obviously the voice of hard knocks the NFL. He's so good as ray. You know, a guy obviously at least can direct can act. He just seems like such a good dude, Chris. You know, really great dude. And my experience with ray Donovan is so unique because we filmed in prim Nevada, right? We found, I don't know if familiar with California and Nevada border, but there's a, you know, right as you cross the border going into Nevada. There's a couple of casinos right off the side of the road. They are shit holes, right? They're for your desperate gamblers, right? Or, you know, either people leaving Nevada or going to Nevada, right? All headed toward Vegas. But this is not Vegas. You're not supposed to stay there more than 6 hour kind of place. We stayed there for two and a half weeks. And it was super weird. The only the only good news was everyone was doing it. The whole cast. So, you know, John voyage staying at the crappy hotel with us and leavis staying in his motor home outside and you know it was kind of a dump and we had run of this casino, which was incredible. We got to see the dark side of casino life for sure. Which was part of what ray dog makes great honor and so good. Yeah, yeah, it's well said. And you know, I was going over a lot of your filmography is there and I hate asking this question, but I feel like sometimes I feel like it's a necessary question. Is there a part in your filmography that you're partial to? Like you mentioned you know you're piggybacking off your demo reel. Is there something that a specific entry that you're most proud of? I guess maybe that's a loaded question because I don't want to isolate you from a great project. It's a great question. And you know, it doesn't limit me to any, you know, listen, there's certain experiences when you're making something regardless of its success level that is just, you know, when you're in your car driving home, you're like, wow, that's really what I signed up for as an actor. It's got great people in it. It's a creative process. It's fun. And of recently, one that stands out as tool to die young, which did not do anything. I don't think anyone watched it. And it's a little, it's a little strange. It's on Amazon Prime, but I play miles tellers, I kind of his partner were both police officers. But Nicolas wind and ref in directed the whole series..

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"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"polar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"My next guest filmography includes the fantastic ray Donovan, polar express, beowulf, and so many more. Please welcome Chris Coppola Chris thank you so much for being on the show today. Absolutely. Derek, thanks for having me. Kris, I feel like the next person that asks you if you're part of the Coppola family, you're gonna punch in the face. You know what not at all. It ends up, you know, especially early on in my career. You know, any reason to keep talking in an audition is a good one, you know what I mean? So if it gets you in the door a little bit and gets the conversation started, you know, it ends up being a really good thing. So, you know, I'm not, there's a long story, but the short answer is, no, I don't go to Thanksgiving and I'm not family and I've worked within and around family with Jason Schwartzman, who is telling you Shire's son who was a Coppola Shire. I think she's Francis Ford Coppola's sister..

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Jussie Smollett Testifies at Trial, Sticks to 'There Was No Hoax' Story

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Jussie Smollett Testifies at Trial, Sticks to 'There Was No Hoax' Story

"The juicy trial continues folks as juicy seeks justice for juicy why am I bringing this up I have no idea I just think it's hilarious that juicy still stick it to the story It was not even part of the show today at all I just told Jim before the show we've got to give a shout out to juicy before the show starts The guy's thinking of the story man Juicy of the smoothies is not messing around This guy is sticking to the script to attack in a polar vortex By two crazed magazine where wearing hat chicagoans with bleach and nooses running around juicy of the souliers was yes he was attacked in the middle coming back from subway within egg sandwich or extra eggs from ball bar to whatever He is not giving up that story no matter what No about a serious note on the juicy trial The only reason I bring it up in the beginning is he had a serious show for you today It's the show's gonna be a little macabre today I'm just warning you right now But then I'll rescue you at the end to bring you back from the emotional cliff I promise The only reason I bring it up is closing arguments are happening right now and there's this guy What's his name Jim Jason meisner or something like that He's a Chicago Tribune report he's in the courtroom because there are no cameras in the courtroom which is an absolute travesty I mean that would be must watch TV as I said yesterday I'd be off the air I'd be like sorry guys taking a vacation to watch that The smoothie trial Juicy of the smoothies And we can't watch it and it's an international cosmic disgrace So this guy Jason misers into courtroom and he's live tweeting And closing arguments are happening now and the prosecutor is just entirely eviscerating every single utterance that came out of the mouth of juicy of the

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Nancy Pelosi Flaunts US Return to Climate Leadership After 'Unfortunate' Trump Years

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Flaunts US Return to Climate Leadership After 'Unfortunate' Trump Years

"Do you know Pelosi yesterday? She's at this climate change summit. How long is the climate change summit gonna go? Till 2026, this is the longest summit in the history of summits. Boy, I hope they can figure out how to solve the polar bears being stranded out there on the melting icebergs by summer. Maybe they could figure this out by summer of 2023. They're still going on. Everybody's going over there in their private jets because I guarantee you Pelosi didn't fly private. I mean, a commercial. And she talked about the dark time the nation just came out of with the four years of Trump. Yeah, nothing screams dark times like record unemployment like more money in our bank accounts than ever before than a controlled border, respect for the military, historic jobs, creation. Yeah, yeah, real dark time, lady, keep spinning. Keep

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New fund aims to bring more people into the climate conversation

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 8 months ago

New fund aims to bring more people into the climate conversation

"Many communities in the us are working to reduce global warming and transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. But some people have been left out of the conversation. The whole polar bear pr campaign. You know from many years that it really didn't resonate with people of color or people in urban areas. And so what i want to be able to do is to start observing equitable and accessible conversations. That really make climate digestible for people in clean energy digestible topic. That's the a huddle director of the ohio. Climate justice fund. The new fund provides grants for hosting community listening sessions to organizations led by black indigenous and other people of color at these events. Ohioans will share their views about climate change. Utility costs air pollution. Green jobs and more many things i think are being done without resident voice in resident input in so this is a fun that is completely invested in receiving that input in documenting it. She says this information can be used to encourage policy makers to support climate action plans and craft equitable clean energy policies. We're really tried to see what happens.

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Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:19 min | 8 months ago

Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level

"It was a really interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land.

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Trump Meets First Responders in New York on the Anniversary of 9/11

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 9 months ago

Trump Meets First Responders in New York on the Anniversary of 9/11

"Are incredible people. I want to thank you for that. Endorsement then endorsement so much down all fairness. I don't think any police department anywhere endorsed the other guy ninety. I must have gotten close to one hundred percent of close to one hundred percent. There couple of strays everywhere. We're trying to figure out what they are. We the military. We get great with the military. We did incredible with police and fire. So i just want to thank you. Yes president a former president trump with cops firefighters. Steve hilton said that was a very powerful image to see. President trump with a bunch of first responders while president biden is being heckled and booed and even trolled by little kids wearing trump hats. I thought steve hilton's commentary on fox. News was pretty profound. There was something that happened this weekend. I don't know why it just really put it really sort of pointed up. The contrast i think between what we've seen from biden and the white house over the past few months or so and what we had with. President trump is this picture with president trump. on nine eleven. He chose to spend with the police officers and fire department of new york. And just really look at that picture. Something about that photo of him drink there. I don't know what it is. It was very powerful to me. It really showed the contrast with this biden regime. He's right. there's such a dramatic difference right now. There's a mood in the country. And i here's a poll. That came out from cnn. I don't know if you trust the polar not vast majority of republican voters say they want donald trump to run and in two thousand twenty four. Sean spicer told us today. Not only will trump run in two thousand twenty four and he will be the nominee and he will win

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Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out

70 Million

01:31 min | 9 months ago

Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out

"A group of about three dozen excited teenagers listening to an announcement by apache county judge. Michael lethem this'll be something that'll be here for decades and you've got so it's early fall. Twenty seventeen in. This is the grand opening of saint. John's first center dedicated to teams. Letham is introducing. the people will be running it. Victor more news here pretty much every day as well as victor in polar smiling facing the energetic teens their probation officers in other words they work for the county but they dress in civilian year t shirts jeans baseball caps because they've been tapped by judge leith them to run this new facility the loft legacy teen center. It's a county run resource and activity center in the small town where kids often can't find much to do or people to talk to. It was like right at the end of my freshman year into the summer of my freshman year. I heard about it. I was like. Oh that's cool. I didn't think anything of it. I didn't think it would be this. Cool hannah wilkinson was there and then i walked. Tv's there's pool table. There's all this cool stuff for kids to do and it was really exciting.

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Finding Your Personal Pathway To A Quiet Mind with lllustrator Kyle Webster

The Mindful Minute

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Finding Your Personal Pathway To A Quiet Mind with lllustrator Kyle Webster

"I think so. Many of us myself included. We start meditating. We think we're going to have this amazing peaceful lovely experience and ends up being the polar opposite. And we're having a little battle inside ourselves the whole time and so finding some pathway in to that quiet space for yourself you know. I think the gift is. It gives us muscle memory right leg. You you know that quiet space by we ha- we know how to access it whether it's through drawing whether it's through running god forbid or seeded. Whatever it is that you find that space through we start to build the muscle memory and then we can apply in other areas of our lives. Yeah i think you snapped into that that mode or whatever it is after having done it so many times if of course it takes practice. So that's why you know people describe innovation as a practice. And i literally is that the practice and the repetition leads to that facility and that that the speed at which you can access that that state of mind. My brother is a runner. He was a competitive runner division. One college still runs and and he does absolutely find that that peace of mind if you like her gets into that space when he runs and i think he was aware of that from the beginning and that is why he for years and years has been between the two of us. I have a twin brother. By the way he's been the more balanced more relaxed less neurotic twin. Whereas i always buzzing around my brain is never stopping and i have trouble sleeping and everything just didn't realize i had access to that even though i was doing it frequently i just didn't i wasn't aware of it

The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory: Serial Killer or Victim of a Patriarchal Society?

We Saw the Devil

02:28 min | 10 months ago

The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory: Serial Killer or Victim of a Patriarchal Society?

"So that brings us to bet battery or elizabeth bathroom for us english-speakers which i will be referring her to for the remainder of the episode after a literally limitless number of films plays poems and books have been written about her. She is also known. As the blood countess lady dracula and the blood lady of qatif ish. She's been given countless nicknames. Just based on what she was suspected of doing and i use the word suspected in h. One and bold formatting but what she actually a victim of the patriarchal culture of her time or was she just really one of the most vicious and bloodthirsty female serial killers with ever lived. I mean that's kind of polar opposites there right. Elizabeth bathroom was born on august. Seventh fifteen sixty on her family's estate in hungary now they were a very powerful protestant family. Calvin est actually and they were one of the most prominent families in the entirety of eastern europe. Her father and mother. Baron george the six by three and baroness on bathroom respectively. More or less controlled its own miniature kingdom within hungary which consisted of modern. Day transylvania in romania. Her uncle. stephen bathroom was the king of poland. So they were. In fact the most well-connected as was the custom at the time royalty sometimes married within their own families. I mean everyone knows the inbreeding jokes. Right so generational inbreeding elizabeth's mother and father were actually first cousins. Both from the bathroom side of the family. This could actually potentially explain why she was plagued with health problems throughout her life but especially during her childhood and fun fact. Elizabeth bathroom is actually remotely related. To vlad the third via marriage whom many of you know as dracula himself vlad the impaler but as a child elizabeth would have epileptic seizures. She was frequently ill and she would reportedly go into fits of white hot rage on a dime. Very little is actually known about her childhood but the urban legend and myth has seemingly just multiplied taken on a life of its own throughout the years. I it was reported that her uncle taught her satanism and witchcraft. Then it was a satanic doctor who attempted to treat her epilepsy with healthy blood. Taken from the peasants apply to elizabeth's forehead via a piece of their own

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Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe Talk - User Initiated Vs. System Initiated Podcast Ep 220 - burst 08

The Voicebot Podcast

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe Talk - User Initiated Vs. System Initiated Podcast Ep 220 - burst 08

"I think about this have definitely done the the call center customer service type stuff And have also been found so immediately. The first thing that comes to mind for me is something that is user initiated or system initiated. And how those are two polar opposites terms of like how you approach that conversation with the user initiated side of stuff. You're basically doing like what was just talking about. You're trying to the main objective or the challenge here is understanding and accounting for the motivations and the language somebody might is coming. Because you don't know what it's system initiated. The immediate challenge is building trust and sort of like keeping people there so that you can build the trust build relationships and get to where you need to get them so those feel like really big opposing hurdles but like just different ways of thinking about how you would frame The order in which you would start with different things. Yeah and i'll hop in and say one one distinction that i think is sort of unique to our book or something that we spend a lot of time on. This framework is the difference between Like figuring out whether you're trying to build a relationship with a person or whether it's a transaction and to what extent is this a talking computer that helps you get your you know your bank balance or is this. Does it have more of a person. Fish vibe enroll in your life And that's an important distinction. I think a lot of people go a little too far towards the person side because it's cool in it's fascinating when actually they just need to think about how to get a really straightforward transaction.

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The Difference Between Punishment and Discipline

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

01:23 min | 10 months ago

The Difference Between Punishment and Discipline

"Let's dive into this kind of this punishment thing. We have this fear of children becoming undisciplined and it's a natural fear because we live in the milieu of this society which is based in punishment and a lot of ways. But the truth is that punishment and this is backed by research actually makes your child less likely to cooperate and more resistant to your requests. So just say that again because it's so important it's backed by research punishment makes your child less likely to cooperate and more resistant to you. So should we let kids. Just do whatever they want. No absolutely not children need guidance. They need direction. They need to be taught what is right and what is wrong. But they don't need to be hurt in the process. Punishment and discipline have too often been used as interchangeable terms. But really they are. Actually polar opposites punishment is causing deliberate harm as a retribution. in other words. Making something bad happen to someone as a way to make them pay for what they did or taking away or removing them right like making something bad happen as a way to make them pay for what they did but discipline is not that punishment is not disciplined discipline is teaching and directing your child to understand take responsibility for their actions very very different things

"polar" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

Inquisikids Daily

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"polar" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

"Hi i'm luke and welcome to the inquisitors podcast. If you've been listening to this podcast for awhile you know that. We've learned about the biggest fish and the biggest bird and the biggest lizard today. We're adding to that list. This bear can wait twelve hundred pounds. He is between six and nine feet long and when he's standing on all four feet. His shoulders are five feet high. He's huge and he's white. Of course the bear. I'm talking about is the polar bear. The polar bear lives in the arctic. The area around the north pole. It's a very harsh environment. The polar bear is perfectly adapted to live in such a rough climate for one thing. He looks white so he is camouflaged in the ice and snow. He actually isn't white. His skin is black so that he can absorb the maximum amount of sunlight and heat possible. His hollow hairs are transparent. They really don't have much color at all. But they look white or slightly yellowish because of the oil on the bears body because these hairs reflect light the same way that clear ice and snow do a polar bear can hide easily even in the open plains because he is the same color as his surroundings. Here's a thick layer of under for and then long hollow guard hairs. The act is insulation to keep him warm. Even in the icy water polar bears have other adaptations to they have a very thick fat layer under their skin to keep them warm. The fat can be four inches thick. They have small ears entails this helps them keep warm too and they have huge feet up to twelve inches across big feet. Make good paddles. When they are swimming they have long claws and bumps on the pads. Their feet called pep. Ely this helps. The bears grip on the slippery. Ice polar bears live alone but they search for mates in the spring if the female is healthy enough with enough fat on her body to support nursing cubs all winter she may become pregnant then in the fall. She digs a dent in the snow. Just large enough to lie down in she. Lets falling snow. Close den off from the world and in the winter her cubs are born. Polar bear cubs are often twins. They stay in the den until spring the whole time. The mom will not eat or drink. Anything she lives off her stored fat her cubs are about a foot long when they are born and they barely weigh about a pound each. They can't see yet and have no teeth when they are board. Once the cubs grow little the family emerges in the spring mom will teach them to hunt and swim. They stay with her for two or three years. There is very little vegetation in the arctic. And not many smaller animals. Either polar bears eat mostly meet. Their favorite food is seals. The seals cut breathing holes in the ice and the bears will sit and wait next to the whole for a seal to pop up. They live in areas which are covered with ice and snow so polar bears don't have a true territory like other animals because the ice they live on could move and grow and shrink with diseases for this reason. Their home range can be much larger than the areas that any other bears travel their home. Range includes alaska. Canada russia greenland and norway. Sadly polar bears are vulnerable although they are apex predators with no natural enemies. Their arctic homeland is warming up. This means the ice is melting in. The bears are struggling to survive. They sometimes try to hunt and places where people have which ends badly for the bears. Also seals are having their pups in places where there isn't enough ice to keep them safe so seal pups. don't all survive to adulthood which means fewer seals for the bears to hunt the whole ecosystem is thrown off balance. Polar bears can't thrive on just any food because nothing else has the amount of fat they require. They should be called north polar bears because they only live near the north pole. There are no polar bears in the southern hemisphere. Thanks for tuning into the inquisitors. Podcast if you want to see the sources we used for this episode or send us some listener mail. You can find links in the episode description.

"polar" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

Inquisikids Daily

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"polar" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

"Nine feet long and when he's standing on all four feet. His shoulders are five feet high. He's huge and he's white. Of course the bear. I'm talking about is the polar bear. The polar bear lives in the arctic. The area around the north pole. It's a very harsh environment. The polar bear is perfectly adapted to live in such a rough climate for one thing. He looks white so he is camouflaged in the ice and snow. He actually isn't white. His skin is black so that he can absorb the maximum amount of sunlight and heat possible. His hollow hairs are transparent. They really don't have much color at all. But they look white or slightly yellowish because of the oil on the bears body because these hairs reflect light the same way that clear ice and snow do a polar bear can hide easily even in the open plains because he is the same color as his surroundings. Here's a thick layer of under for and then long hollow guard hairs the act as insulation to keep him warm. Even in the icy water polar bears have other adaptations to they have a very thick fat layer under their skin to keep them warm. The fat can be four inches thick. They have small ears entails this helps them keep warm too and they have huge feet up to twelve inches across big feet. Make good paddles. When they are swimming they have long claws and bumps on the pads. Their feet called papa. Capelli this helps. The bears grip on the slippery. Ice polar bears live alone but they search for mates in the spring. If the female is healthy enough with enough fat on her body to support nursing cups all winter she may become pregnant then in the fall she digs a dent in the snow just large enough to lie down in she..

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The Climate Change Debate Has Been Invaded by Identity Politics

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

The Climate Change Debate Has Been Invaded by Identity Politics

"It's so quaint when you look at gore but his film came out in two thousand six. He talked about polar bears and sea level and carbon dioxide. He talked about the carbon taxes and cap and trade. Now the whole climate debate has more to nuttiness. it's complete whacking they. People are worried about whether vehicle staffs are going to go up barroom brawls whether rapes are going to go up whether we'll have too many headed kids or not enough headed kids now. Nasa scientists are coming out saying that climate change is caused by white supremacy. And until we get rid of white supremacy. we're never going to get rid of extractive. Ill energy supply that driving the climate crisis so now the entire climate debate debate has been invaded by identity politics. I have a whole chapter in the book on the wacky of identity politics. You wanna solve climate change today. Forget about carbon taxes they want you to define the police and we have green new deal activists who want to abolish police. That's the new climate

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Sam Darnold's Time Is Coming

Fantasy Football Overtime

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Sam Darnold's Time Is Coming

"I'm gonna start with arguably my most controversial take of the day sam darnold. What's the heartache. And if he is he gonna go sir. Not darnold in slinging. Sam darnold three year career. He's never finished inside of the top. Twenty five at the quarterback position. He's also never thrown for over thirty one hundred yards or twenty touchdowns in a year his career completion percentage sits at fifty nine percent in addition if we look at last year specifically. It's his worst year of his career. Twenty two hundred yards through the air nine touchdowns and eleven interceptions in twelve games. If your take is that sam darnold is bad like you. Just prove that. He's bad like. I don't know where you're going with this but darnold is bad. You're trying to say is gonna finish outside of qb. Thirty two sam darnold careers. Been absolutely terrible. Nobody is going to argue that including myself. It would be pretty easy for somebody to up his career as of bust in move on and in fact. Almost everybody is already done that rightfully so sam. I am one of the few people that still truly believes in you. I'm here to tell you why showtime darnold is going to finish the season as a top twelve quarterback showtime where nicknames coming from you top twelve top twelve quarterback darnold the prospect in darnold product have been polar opposite so far. But let's remember that he was a number three overall pick in the two thousand eighteen draft. He went ahead of josh allen and lamar jackson. The reason he was drafted ahead of them is because scouts were drooling over his size his arm strength and his playmaking ability on the day of the two thousand eighteen draft dane brugge a well-known senior analyst for nfl draft scout listed darnold as the clear number one quarterback in the draft. Obviously that hasn't been the case but the point that i'm trying to make is a talent was there and i know space jam to just came out and unless the monster stolas talents. I'm confident in saying that. Those talents are still in that

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Are Wild Animals Really "Wild"?

TED Talks Daily

02:07 min | 11 months ago

Are Wild Animals Really "Wild"?

"So human relationships with animals can be pretty weird We put them in categories based on how we see them. So there's pets. They're like members of the family. And then there's farm animals and they're often very similar to pets in terms of their cognitive abilities and their emotional abilities but of course we eat them and then there's wild animals and i've been wondering what allow animals even are anymore like you can get a degree in wildlife management but if you're managing them are they really wild. I started thinking about this. In the context of wolf reintroduction so when wolves were first brought back to the american west in the nineteen nineties they were pretty heavily managed and they still are today. A lot of them were callers they have. Gps trackers they have their dna on file names and numbers and if they get a taste for livestock than we hayes them with rubber bullets or air horns or sometimes those floaty guys that you see in used car lots and of course if they don't get the message they can be shot. So how wild are they really. If they're being this carefully managed it's occurred to me that a ground squirrel or a city. Robin is in some ways wilder than these wolves because although they might live in a city known is managing their day to day life but of course they are living in the human world a world that's been shaped by massive influences like conversion of land to agriculture extinctions domestication's movement of species across continent we've rerouted rivers and of course there's climate change which means that every animal no matter how distant from a human settlement has some influence of the human world so every animal lives in human world. Does that mean that we somehow though the more than we used to. I think it does so. Take polar bears for instance. Some populations of polar bears are struggling to live on the sea ice in the summer. There's not enough sea ice for them to go hunting for seals which is what they normally eat

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Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 11 months ago

Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission

"Pros and cons. Um, of in favor of the different report foreign proposals that they're listening to, so they're going to do the pros and the cons and I, the witnesses that they have are hearing from by and large. I think the majority of them have been against core packing, including Left of centre professors from Harvard, like Noah Feldman and from Duke, like Neil Siegel. Um, now there's been some Ford it but mostly they've been against it where I think they're going to see more pros than cons, and I already get that sense from listening to their questioning is on court is on term limits. Because I would say more a majority of people. They're hearing from kind of favorite term Memphis, and I think that's even true. Some of the commissioners so they're going to get you're not going to get a recommendation. You're going to get a balance. You're going to get a report that shows pros and cons and there is like there are like seven or eight right of center originalist scholars on this commission Which is kind of how I got to testify out of how many Out of 30 or more. I mean, it's it's imbalanced. But look, there's more balance on this commission. And there is at the Georgetown law School. I can tell you Well, yeah, there's more balance at the, uh, on the in the polar Bureau and Communist China than there is any. Now let me ask you You're

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Where Do All the Penguins Live?

The Children's Hour

01:39 min | 11 months ago

Where Do All the Penguins Live?

"Oh that's another really good all the penguins in the world except one lives in what is called the southern hemisphere. The part of the world below the equator so there are no penguins in the north where we live. There are no payments. You see a polar bear. You won't see penguins so penguins all live in southern hemisphere from the equator to the south me. And there's one penguin that it's actually found inland northern hemisphere that crosses the equator in only one and that one penguin is the galapagos penguin and there is one little colony of those winds found. Exactly one half mile north of the equator in the galapagos islands. And that's the only penguin that lives in the northern hemisphere to go see all eighteen species of penguins. You had to go to some pretty far flung places. Yeah i i have been to some very very very remote places places that you can only get to by special arrangement antarctica's very far away hard to get to an antarctica surrounded by an ocean which makes it even harder in in that ocean lots of little islands and some of those islands are the only place you can see a particular species of penguin. So you've got to figure out how to get to really far away islands. But they're beautiful. When it was higher it was a lot of fun

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Marxist Idea for Lower Consumption Leads to Mass Impoverishment

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 11 months ago

Marxist Idea for Lower Consumption Leads to Mass Impoverishment

"Go on international communism. That's seven years ago. Many of the organizations in the United States today. Have the ear of this administration attended her had delegates who attended this event. Get into this more detail, but not just that event. The so called iconic scholars in this field and what they have to say. I have a whole lot to say. One of them goes on to say that the whole notion of a nation state is repugnant. We don't need nation states. We're one people of the world. He is considered iconic. We have others who say we must limit That Materialism that developed countries enjoy. We must move it back, Say, 30 years. Consumption levels of 30 years and I want you think about that. Population is massively increased. So if we move back consumption levels to 30 years ago, you're going to have mass impoverishment of mess. Starvation. And how exactly do you do that by taking people's property and money. So this is An ideology. That is dressed up in polar bears to hide the iron fist. This is In addition to the other Marxist spawned American Marxist movements. A grave threat to our existence. The Biden administration has embraced A vast part of it.

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Elon Musk Sets out Starlink Goals

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Elon Musk Sets out Starlink Goals

"The world's polar regions are still frozen out. But Elon Musk says his Starling satellite network is on track to being broadband Internet to the rest of the world By August, he says, there are now 1500 Starling satellite. He hopes to have 500,000 StarLink users within a

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"polar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"polar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"7 20 w GM John Linda holds cold. Who it's winter. Oh, it's January. What do you say we stripped down to her underwear are beating suits and go jump in Lake Michigan. For the polar bear plunge with the polar bear club. But no, we can't. But then what can we do? We're talking to the head plunger. Great. How are you, Grant? I'm doing Well, John, How are you? Grant boy didn't Boy Agin is the chief marketing director and media for the Chicago Polar Bear Club? Which is obviously adapting to our times, Um It would be around this time of year, wouldn't it that normally people would Do the polar bear plunge. Yeah, that's right. Usually end of January. It's me and you are. There's another club that goes right on January 1st s. Oh, yeah, It's plunge season this point season, but it's Because of the cove ID. What are the new steps that you're taking so that people can still participate? Because it is a course of a fundraiser for charity and helping families. It's not just about jumping in cold water. What should people do if they want to take the plunge, so to speak? Yeah. So we're adapting. We're going remote. With our plunge this year. We can't all have you know the couple 100 people jump in the Lake Michigan as you mentioned because of covert and all the Things that come with that. So, yeah, we're going remote on the idea. There is what we're calling plunge where you are. We can't plunge together. All of us can at least plunge where we are. And so the idea is, Yeah. Do something like a plans Wherever you are, Whatever you have the capacity to do so some people are doing ah, polar plunge in the bathtub taking ice back. Others are doing this snow angel in their bathing suits Weigh heard about one today where a guy stood outside in the freezing cold and got hosed down by Friend, right. So do something called with whatever you have available to simulate your plunge wherever you are, and post it online, right and share with the other people who would have done it with you. And.

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"polar" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"polar" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Movie. Excuse me. Where's the lobby? Down the hall into the left. Thanks. And it's so funny because I saw a video the other day, and it said You have no idea how many movies Donald Trump with him before he became president. He was in the little rascals. He was in home alone, too. He was in, you know, Obviously he did the stuff the pro wrestling stuff. He was in a lot of stuff. People really liked him before he became president. He was in rap songs. He was considered a cool, dude. And then he became president and try to make America great again. And, you know now he's the biggest racist in the world. Guys, we have more to get to, actually, you know what? We have time for one more caller, Bridget, You're next with grace on the Howie Carr Show. What's going on, Bridget? Hi Grace. I just wanted to call and let you know that my favorite Christmas movie accent forged press. The polar Express. That wasn't even on my list. Bridget. How is that possible? I don't know. I don't watch it. I don't know why it is something about it For me. It's just so sad at the end with the little Reindeer bell and all that stuff. Mm. But it is a good movie. It is a good movie. Maybe we'll add it to the list. It's a little late in the game. No, but thank you for the call. Bridget. We so appreciate it. And Merry Christmas to you guys. When we get back on the other side, we're gonna wrap this up. Maybe play a little bit more sound. And then we're doing our Christmas farewell are our merry Christmas sign off. So do not change that dial. It's 844 542 42. If you want to call in, I am Grace Curly, and this is the Howie Carr show liberals.

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"polar" Discussed on Civilized

Civilized

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"polar" Discussed on Civilized

"Brass two Bridges. Did you feel that? I I mean there was maybe a little bit of a Tremor. Oh, I felt that one. My sensor is is is picking up something something. I don't know if it's an earthquake or but it's or quite still move. Well, what is it? What do we do? What are your orders get them over to me get them over to me now on our way. Director Tinsley, this is director Tinsley to head of security breasts. What is it, sir? We have a situation brass here at the base. But we have a situation here, too. So what is it off? Wow. Wow, I guess you want to go first or should I go first? I didn't even think about well, we run out of cinnamon. I repeat we have run out of cinnamon. Well, it appears that we are experiencing here. We're trying to get on your left. Are you broken? Surprised I didn't hear what you were going to grab my hand. So that's a no on cinnamon really not sarcasm. I'm not taking a left into a Chasm. We little over the chasm. And you say you over the chasm. Are you listening to yourself? I am listening to myself to go. Were there anything I think I just realized something. What is that? Well, I think I'm back at the base. I think I think I left my door open. Can you check please? It's an emergency. You need to check if I think I I think I left one of the computers running and I didn't save a game of chess. I was playing. You.

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"polar" Discussed on Civilized

Civilized

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"polar" Discussed on Civilized

"Okay. Where are we going? I found this room and it's full of screens and suck. It had a a board with a bunch of like letters from the alphabet on it. Oh, yeah, I'll call us at the server room. So I went in and there was this big thing on the middle screen that said search bar will not boot. What do I want to search? It's my set and I thought The thought oh God away know for about an hour before. I really decided to put in Beatrix. I just want to see what you come up with yourself into the computer. Well, I I think that's good and active interest in in one's own being and accomplishments, you know, if there's any files that were no one. Call their secret files. I don't know that's why I searched once you find. Well, I put in my name and I pressed enter and the first thing that popped up was this thing called civilized pod.com. Oh, what was the second thing it said tasteful nudes. Head over to civilized pod.com to find out more about our newest episodes guest stars and potentially see some tasteful nudes. Hey guys, it's Christy or Beatrix as you know me and I have a question for you. What if I told you you could get important fertility in site without going to the doctor or really even leaving home modern fertility makes that possible with easy at home fertility hormone testing. That's right. You heard me at home fertility testing. That's crazy. I mean, I know we've come far with technology but twenty-twenty that's nuts and it's kind of timely because right now speaking of twenty-twenty. I don't know about you, but I'm not that jazzed about heading into a doctor's office unless I absolutely have to and if I can find out some information about my fertility, especially at 31 when my partner and I are starting to think about this kind of stuff. It would be really nice to have it at home option. Plus it's dead. $159 that's crazy. It's usually so much more than that to get any information about fertility. And right now modern fertility is offering our listeners $20 off the table when you go to Modern fertility, civilized, that's right. You heard me it's less money. If you go to Modern fertility, civilized and you can already get this amazing deal learn about your body and your health do it today and do yourself a favor go to Modern fertility, civilized. Wow, why are we driving so fast now never seen you like this year? So intense off its director brass. Your breasts. We are headed to a specific location where we are getting underground readings of strange something unfortunately for you. There's no third seat. So hold on and please if you could both refrain from talking to me, I'm trying to concentrate. I assumed there would be silence between doctor Bridges and I on this particular Journey, but now I've got another voice. So, please let me concentrate on the drive home director take me to I'm just going to start coming in here there. This is brass. I'm sorry to bother you. I was just wondering, you know, you make the most perfect meal in the mornings and with nobody here is it depends on you know? It's three parts oatmeal to 1.5 Parts water, sir. I know. First or after when it's done raisins while you're putting in the water sir nuts and cinnamon afterwards. I'm sorry sir. I share something important, but you need to ask me right now. I am on a mission. Of course First Choice actually, you know, make sure we're else up here and we feed everyone but a little venture get back to your ass what the signal stopped you overshot it. Wait. No doubt it disappeared. Doesn't make any sense signals. Don't just stop like that. Let me I'm going to send on your life partner use the computer got a lot of it off. Yeah, they there's a dead zone we crossed the line and there's no communication signals anymore. What do you mean like there's something underground that's artificially blocking or radar. Yeah. I'm a hundred percent 110% There is something organic something's down there. I I never would have caught that it's a good thing you were here, Alberta. Come in, please. Yes. Yes. Yeah. Hey, yes party. a break Making breakfast I was trying to do, you know the coffee and the oatmeal and everything all at once. It's really quite an ordeal. How do I get power back? So sorry, you've blown a.

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"polar" Discussed on Civilized

Civilized

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"polar" Discussed on Civilized

"Life and and I want to come to this isn't fair. I'm thirteen now. I'm old, Alberta. We have talked about this. I'm not willing to send out one of our only tech people into the fields. Just 1 second director pretty good to go. I want to go to I packed a big coat and I also packed a very light coat cuz I'm unsure of the terrain. I'm less concerned if we lose doctor Bridges really that's your point. Not that I'm not thirteen that I'm okay. It's all part of it. Why? Why do we have table? Have this conversation in my ready room because you guys are ready to go. I'm also ready to go. We're already so let's go we are not ready. If you think you are coming on this Mission Alberta, I'm ahead of all of my projects and I think it's only fair and bar. You taught me how to automate things. I will say that Alberta is ahead on all deadlines and and deliverables. I'm not condoning that we should send a thirteen-year-old out on an expedition. I'm just I'm just going to sit at my desk now Alberta director brass is right. You shouldn't be coming along with us. Thank you, Doctor Bridges. I think you should take that extra warm polar coat of yours. Go put it back in the equipment area on the back of the full loaded Rover. That's about to go out on the Expedition. Exactly. Thank you, Doctor Bridget. Just put your coat there though, like don't don't try to sneak on or off. Thing. Don't try that. I wouldn't do that. So no one kick or punch any lumps. Of coats. All right so far so good. So good. This is the farthest. We've all been from the Bates. Everything's fine. Are we there yet? My Dodge? Yes, I came. Oh, it was a trick Albert. Wanted to come so bad. This is so exciting. We're exploring the farthest reaches that we've ever been on this page and I don't get to see it. You went against a direct order Alberta. I'm I'm shocked and I am chagrined. Okay, I'm starting to get the sense. That was all sarcasm. No. No, I'm shocked. I'm chagrined. Look at me shocked Chagrin all over my face all in my tone dripping down. My body does have a big grin, huh, but that doesn't mean I'm not Chagrin just because I like your joke, but listen Alberta's here now. Maybe it'll be good for for for him to get some field experience. How am I supposed to feel that both of you are so okay with just going against anything that I say anything that I say? What is it about my well my leadership threatens you so much that you feel like you just have to go against everything. I say couldn't we interpret it as I have so much faith in your security ability that I know Alberta and myself are going to get back. Okay? What a lovely morning. Oh just drive the interrupter thought it was going to be a lovely morning should mute yourself if you don't have any. Timna sleeping it's it's a go for director Tinsley director Tinsley. I'm not sure if you're aware, but there was a conspiracy between doctor Bridges and our lead tech Alberta to get him secretly on the back of the Rover and for some reason undermine my Authority off again, because the two of them think they get these decide all the time that they know best and then of course, you know director Bridges is going to do anything about it. Well, it's certainly tired. I don't know what to do. I just need your advice and I'm so frustrated this point. Oh, oh also, good morning. Oh, well, good. Good morning, Miss brass. Well my advice. Wow, you've really you haven't really come to me for advice very much. I appreciate you know, looking for mentorship in a time of Crisis like this a time when you're alone against the Wilderness of a Dreams planets. Well, I am at this point. You have two choices. You could continue on your mission or you could abort waste all that fuel was the time and return to base that will put us behind by days. Yes, not to mention my sanity your sanity. Oh, I'm so sorry Miss brass, but my eggs are ready. I'm sure you have this perfect.

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"polar" Discussed on Civilized

Civilized

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"polar" Discussed on Civilized

"I need to talk to you. I am experiencing some severe anxiety lately, you know, we've been repaved the base and there's been a lot of arguing about what goes where and I'm hearing voices, but we can just pass over that so I figured I needed a day to appreciate me and I recognize that I need to ask for me when I need it. So I want a spa day. I hope you enjoy yourself. Yeah, you know, I don't think you understand. How is there a vacant room where I can lay out a black cable thinking massage and a shampoo get around everywhere that has large open pipes and steam shooting out of them. Perfect and follow me what page we're coming you today are going to do everything for me. I've decided it's Beatrix day. I want Bob to get the water nice and warm and making, noises. Bartholomew you're going to put the shampoo in my hair. We're going to have a gravel wash cuz I need a moment to relax a weak spot attendance. Now from the look on her face. I'd say we are are telling me I really want that spot us. So I prefer a few used, you know, a classy shampoo. So we're going to go with function of beauty today function of beauty. It is a specially formulated shampoo and conditioner that is meant just for me because I get a quiz and it told me all the things that I need to make my hair perfect. Is this it here. It's it's purple. Yes. My favorite color. Oh has your name on it. It means it's my to know what else can touch it off putting it down the water's ready and I've made a makeshift table out of the dining room table. So you can sort of way here and drape Your Head Over the Edge, by the way, I should just let you know this is vegan and cruelty-free package, which is wonderful and it's making me just wash my hair barber. Let me put your hands in my hair like like that. I've cut some cucumbers to put over your eyes. Wow. Wow. Sport thank you. Al smells so good. Is that peach? That's the fan favorites. I can see why it's got over forty thousand five star reviews. I'm just asking, you know for some hypothetically for someone else but if if someone wanted to, you know, get their own bottle of function of beauty, how did they do that? Well, you can just go to function of beauty off flash civilized and you can actually get it right now for 20% off and you can take a quiz that will tell you exactly what your hair care needs are because they've got 54 trillion possible ingredients combinations to make sure your mom is as unique as you know back to my hair. This is about me right right. Humanity's last hope to find and settle a new world. a small terraforming Fleet that's out to prepare a lifeless planet for the colony Ships In His short of followed.

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"polar" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

Are Weeb There Yet?

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"polar" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

"It was like career career day or something then i also like that. His name is full-time pandas. Mr honda hondas name rhymes with ponder <hes> but yeah so <hes> panda is a <hes> do and more work than usual sense. It's just him he has to be extra entertaining so he's quickly draining himself of his very little reserve serve energy so polar bear penguin arrive and they they plan to go directly to pan him first this thing but <hes> can comes over the speaker saying it's polar bear feeding time. Don't you wanna go see these molar bears dive into the water. Her and polar bears like oh hell yeah. Let's go do that fun to be fair. If i went somewhere and i heard a loud what speaker hey it's brendan feeding time off and i'd run to wherever this line gets fed uh they go to the polar bear exhibit <hes> and there's a big sign on the entrance to the hall all that polar bears are not allowed because they confuse the polar bears inside your what that's that's one thing. I don't understand <hes> because some of these animals just live there and some are our employees that get to the end of the day and i don't know how i it's weird because it it does feel a little like humans zoo ish because in humans the real world in the outside world. The humans like these are just and these are just people. Oh yeah like citizens. The weird people are just weird. People and you pay no mind. Yeah i wondering if it if it was less lake nick i could escape. I could be free one more like hey. What are you doing out there. You're supposed to be working like they see them. Hey are you supposed to be in here with me or like. What did you have a year lunch. Break is is over. Come back yeah. I it confuses them. Just yeah just in general just like what's happening right <laughter>. Yeah polar bears like let's sneak in. I i gotta go see these efi friends. Maybe maybe i went to school with one of them. Yeah i don't know so they try to sneak in which is hard when you're a polar bear and you're eight feet tall but they get inside a polar surveyor swims up and it was like what the fuck you. You're you're outside. You're in the real world. I don't understand understand your little hat. I'm so confused. Cello yep loved as little as a little hat great. It's a little flat brampton ticket booth. I was like tate was sitting next to me while i was watching and i was like oh he's wearing a hat. He sends his clothes. It's weird because normally i don't have the reactions of real animals for anthropomorphized animals but oh he's he's wearing a hat. It's so cute works for both visual and dogs in the real world <hes> they immediately get busted. <hes> and penguins like no this. This is a teddy bear one. It's it's stuffed. Historic and polar bear just freezes and the guy is not buying it in kicks them these super not. I saw him back at be panda. Exhibit panda is talking with honda. He's getting nervous because his friend said they would be here by now and and he recruits honda to make picture he gets a picture of the gang once they arrive after that they go to finally visit panda but <hes> he tucker dd himself self out. He's fell asleep. He was working too much. He was l- given them meal. Razzle-dazzle will too hard to give john razzle dazzle because mr fulltime panda wasn't there for the both of them. Normally you do the razzle and i the dazzle but i gotta do both so they keep shouting at him trying to wake him up but he is out cold so they're like <hes> this. This is lame. I guess we'll come back so they go to the seal hall and again. There's another sign that says hey hey polar bears are not allowed because <hes> it freaks the fuck out of the seals because they think they're gonna get which is very valid but wouldn't would also be assigned for like no penguins here because the seals are going to ninety them yeah..

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"polar" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

Astronomy Cast

14:39 min | 3 years ago

"polar" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

"And it all comes down to what the thermal gradient is. And right now in the winter, we're not seeing that completely frozen terrain. We're not seeing that completely frozen Arctic sea. And this means we don't have that. Amazingly cold thermal gradient that amazingly strong vortex of cold air. And instead we have this fragmenting system. And so I mean for the people who are like boy sure, which we could have some global warming right now, don't worry in the summertime. Everything will be on fire in the horrendous droughts. Yes. Oh, so it's these extremes. Now where you get you get a winter. That does behave like a winter is supposed to and you get a summer that is supposed to that doesn't behave. Like a summer is supposed to the two go hand in hand. So so let's I mean, you know, we don't want it. We freaked out about global warming and climate change in other episodes. So, you know, we'll save that for for a future episode solicitation more about some of the science of these vortices because we find these across the solar system. What are what are some other places where we see these these polar vortices? So so Venus is one of the more intriguing ones because it doesn't have just a single polar vortex port per poll like we have here on earth, rather this slowly slowly rotating world, it's still has the effects that lead to a polar vortex. But it actually is a double vertex at its poll. Now, this is where it's important to remember that cyclones are caused by two air masses at two different temperatures one cold one hot, and that freezer analogy you gave of you open the door, and you feel the cold air get displaced out towards you as the hot air rushes in now in that case, you have this linear exchange of temperatures with a rotating planet Coriolis forces like now, I'm gonna make you rotate. Eight and that Korea list's force is what drives hurricanes. What drives the polar vortex move, the weight moves and to give us these spiraling storm patterns if you look at the current images coming down off of satellites like the terrorist satellite, showing amazing storms coming off of the Great Lakes region now with Venus, you still have Joel is force because it is still rotated, but it's day is longer than its year. And and this super slow rotation means that the Coriolis forces like, I think, I'll rotate I think it will do something, and it doesn't lead to this tightly focused storms such as we see here on earth on top of both of our polls. They instead onto the super cool double vertex. And it's I mean there isn't anything right now. But we got some pretty great photos that came from the Japanese. Spacecraft that was that's at Venus right now. And I and I can't even say it. Cut sukey. I'm gonna let you do. Yeah. Someone is going to it's going to fix that. But you've got this. You know, you can't see it in the visible light. Like here. You can see the cloud movements, and you can see, you know, with visible light. But with Venus, you need to use infrared and be able to see through peer through these really thick clouds, and you get these these just these amazing as you said double polar vortices that sort of go around each other with all these other high level clouds that are swirling around it. And so for the longest time, you know dog is freaking out of stairs. I apologized for noon who can hear this. You get you know. We thought that Venus was just dull and bland that everywhere on the entire planet was the same temperature. And it is, but there are still in the upper cloud tops. He's really great movement. And it's still because Venus is turning it has a tremendous atmosphere, and you get these motions. But the coolest ones are on. I think sadder. Yes. So so Saturn's we can't fully explain 'cause they're actually hexagonal in shape where they're standing waves as best we can tell built up that caused essentially flat sides going around the eye of the vortex and here on earth. We can't generally just look at a poll and go, yes, there's a polar vortex because it's clear air that happens to be moving. It's like you can't see the wind unless there's clouds in it and the cold air on earth over the polls is soup. For dry. It's only when that cold air sweeps across from since the Great Lakes picks up moisture off the Great Lakes and the berries, Ohio that lake effect snow of the dry air going over a warm body of water picking up the moisture dumping the moisture, then we can see it. So these terror images were seeing allow us to see the colder picking up the water clouds forming well on worlds, like Venus where you have clouds everywhere on worlds like Saturn and Jupiter re of clouds everywhere. The exact structure of these polar vortices is is obvious in the images without having to model out the winds Venus you have to look into wavelength. But with sonner is just they're invisible light, actually allowing you to look down the of this polar cyclone and see deeper into the layers of this world's out misfire. I'm putting for the people who are watching the live show. I'm just putting up a picture of it beside you. So that they can see what this looks like it is it is just the weirdest. It's the weirdest thing. Because is absolutely this. This tech Saginaw shape with swirling, clouds and swirling, clouds and an tiny storms and then in the middle. It just goes down to this hexagon ex. Yeah. Via the hexagon. And and and you say, it's a mystery, right? Like, we don't know. There's luckily ding theories the way standing wave is used pretty consistently. So whatever physics is it involves probably something that generates standing wipes. Right. And we and and people have been able to sort of simulate this when you have probably seen this like a science inter where you take this a big disc. With some kind of material inside of and you spin it, and you get these interesting shapes in in that from these fluids turning of different densities, and so on and so there is something going on as you said a standing wave that has something to do with densities and and different kinds of fluids. And we see something kind of now analogous on on Jupiter as as well. I think it has its own version of yes. And we even actually saw this on Mars sometimes. So so Hubble has been able to image colossal polar clouds over the polls on Mars shape out vortices here. Again, we have to wait for there to be clouds in the right place, but Mars with its atmosphere does sometimes put on a show of got just a research article here talking about the stability of Mars angular polar vortex. So you know of. Of course, they've got one percent the atmospheric density that we have here on earth. So there's only so far that that you're gonna get. So I mean, would you expect to find this on titan glittery any place that is rotating with an atmosphere? You would expect to find this kind of structure, it all comes down to hell much of a temperature gradient to you get and so with titan what I don't know is how the interplay of reflected light off Saturn of its extreme distance from the sign. It's small size. It's tilt. I don't know how much that will drive vortices. So if it has them, they're probably. They I'm not going to say probably, I don't know. They could be worc-. They could be strong. It all depends on how all these different factors interplay. And what's interesting is most of the world's we've talked about you have cold polar vortices because the poll isn't exactly pointed towards the sun in general. And it's at such a great angle that the light that does hit it is coming in at is veer angle. And so when you look at these convective cells, the numbers of the convective cells are such that the poll is cold, but Saturn likes to fool us and Saturn with its hexagon only warm polar vortex that a world has. So so the question becomes as as we look at world soon go from planet to moon. Are we going to find colder warm, and these are things that as people pour through all of the titan data now that cassini's over? What are they going to piece together in flight? And one of my sadnesses is that we don't have any spacecraft at urine and Neptune. And I would assume that both of these will be absolutely fascinating for future observations because with urine as the whole planet has rolled over on its side. And it's Ben's calf the year with one pole facing the sun and then half of its year with the other pole facing the sun. What must that do where the rotation is kind of perpendicular to the way it's being luminated from the from the sun that was create really bizarre cornell's faxed? Yeah. I mean, we see some of the storms on on your nece. But, but we really do need in order to hang out there and spend a long time being able to orbit, of course, even just by following in on the planet. Ecliptic it should come naturally into a nice polar orbit that would allow it to go round and see the North Pole and south pole North Pole and south pole. And then you get Neptune which is. Farther out colder or less heat from the sun. What kinds of of atmospheric stuff is happening there? And all we see is we've got a couple of images the pertain by the Voyager spacecraft and the best that Earth-based telescopes can do those would be ideal places to go understand. And with urine s we just never get to see that far side that is not pointed at the sun. Just the orbits. Don't let us get there from here. Unfortunately, right now, the energy the delta v required to go. From on your way out you're innocent up. Tune to then going from going towards it to now being in orbit around it that's a huge delta v. And no one's been willing to build the spacecraft that has the capacity to to do the delta v for get there quickly. And no one has the patience to build one for the get their slowly require less energy to get into orbit. Right. Yeah. There there are. I mean, I've I've report on the several times there's a couple of of proposals in the works. A bit about extra solar planets because what we're really finding with with our discoveries. Thanks to Kepler. And now tests and old Zillur spacecraft is the just the extremes that are out there. Would we expect to see extreme? Versions of polar vortices for some of these these rules. I'm thinking about things like hot Jupiters. And and you know, things are tidally locked to their to their stars like what kinds of unusual situations. Could we expect to see? So so I have a light. So I can really do this demo. Well, so if you have a wrote if you have a rotational axis that is pointed towards your star, you're probably gonna end up with something weird that doesn't involve strong polar vortex. Sees if however you are perpendicular to your light rotating around rapidly so more rapidly than we generally see so Jupiter has roughly nine hour Saturn's against several hours in rotation. These rapidly rotating worlds, see very strong polar vortices, so imagine having an earth like world that's rotating, much faster. It's going to have much stronger polar vortices, it's it's going to have much stronger. Royalist forces, and that starts to get much more exciting perhaps more exciting than you might wish to live on. But I'd still like to see that. And then you all to imagine those worlds, for example, Waterworld where where they have no continents, and that the and the the planetary bands can go all the way around the around the planet, but you would almost expect then the polar vortices to be very well behaved as you're not gonna get these changes. You're not gonna get a lot of movement north or south of as the as the Jetstream attempt to and this is C cheater. Yeah. Yeah. Perfect bans in opposite directions side by side by side chopping up the planet into little slice silly mountains and landscape that makes it so hard to predict the weather. So we could have a nice dependable winter weather system. If we flattened all the mountains and made sure that the temperature gradients were constant filled in the oceans flattened out the mountains and just made everything perfectly the same. I think this is something. That we just need to get on. Yeah. All right. I will lift will put that in our list of geo engineering suggestions. All right. Thanks, pamela. Entr enjoy the warmth. I I really am. And we'll talk to you next week.

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"polar" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"polar" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I think there's going to be less cold extremes than there are, but whether it's noisy, and so you're still going to have these very cold extremes occur on occasion. It's just going to be fewer and fewer of them interesting. All right. Well, let's go back to our callers. We are talking about the polar vortex and the record breaking cold temperatures that much of the midwest is experiencing today. And we want to hear from you about how you're handling it how you're experiencing it. What your concerns are? Maybe are you enjoying it? I I don't know. Let's go to Chris who's calling from Adams Wisconsin, Chris you're on the air. It's minus fifty with the wind chill. Just everybody knows. We actually had a little burst of this kind of weather five years ago, and I was living out on a farm, and we had a young Lama one would think a llama would be safe from this kind of stuff that had a shelter, but it froze to death overnight outside. So I was like to recommend everybody and remind them to not leave your pets outside and help take care of the wildlife have been feeding the birds furiously I have a bowl of cat food out in my garage, which has the door crack for the feral cats in the neighborhood, and you can also help feed the wildlife, I have a friend in Michigan that has wild turkeys. And she's been feeding them the you're gonna have a problem because we've got eighteen inches of snow on the ground and they're not going to be able to afford. So if you've got bills straw, throw it out for the deer and just try and be aware that all the creatures on the planet are having a hard time with. Us not just us. And what I did is. I'm a gourmet cook. So I went out and bought about two hundred dollars worth of wonderful, fabulous food, and I haven't hunkered down and cooking and having a fabulous time. So Well, Chris thank you so much for your call. And I appreciate your your positive outlook on this. And your great advice. Thank you, Chris. Let's go to Jim was calling from Springfield, Illinois. Jim you're on the air. Oh, they're mugging right weather. We're having isn't it? Hanging in there. Jim. Good time. I sit in my truck last night. I am I'm from Chicago. I'm down here. And he's not spend money on motels. In fact, I like, Chris I wanna go visiting in the hunkered down e gourmet food too. But I went through there. The the negative twenty seven degrees willnot back in eighty five years, and I'm a scout leader from way back and I taught inter camping survival skills. Eating a lot of camping and stuff like that. So most important thing I could say to anybody is layers and make sure you keep all experienced getting covered. I mean, if I really gloves like last night if something out of the back truck, they'd get a pickup truck, and I got the bed headed of the gate up and be having one glove on anything ten seconds. I could see the king. They say, we gotta stay hydrate. You gotta wear layers and just they want to truck five minutes every hour and mean good enough. But I was going to will leap of people had a speech that January twenty eighty five and it closed the mountain. Women up in this country. And and I had depends on long under a snowmobile in coat and key, hats and gloves mittens over those. And I walked around up on the hill, like eight o'clock at night night. They getting divided or stitches there like that. Yeah. It is. You just gotta with j you know, there's this is the people aren't prepared. Don't know they'll do people. You gotta worry about. Declare a state of emergency here too. So you know, that's all these state. I think Wisconsin and Illinois and Michigan. That's right. Well, Jim hanging hanging there. And I really appreciate again, your vice about trying to be positive out this enjoy it. But be smart as well. And I'm hoping you're not going to sleep in your truck again. So Jim thank you so much.

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