35 Burst results for "Questions"
Does Terry Mcauliffe Even Know What Critical Race Theory Is?
"And by the way critical race there How can you have a conversation if they won't even admit that they're teaching critical race theory They have the propaganda media MSNBC joy Reid a true reprobate And then you have this clown McCullough running around the state Saying people are being stirred up by critical race theory which is not taught in Virginia But of course it's time for Virginia And this is what he said today Today Cut 12 go We don't teach critical race theory here in Virginia It's never been taught but in loudon county everybody stirred up Everybody thinks we're teaching you know every white person is a slave owner I mean it just that's not what critical race theories says that every white person was a slave owner I'm starting to believe this guy's dumber than Joe Biden It's a very very low standard but unbelievable Critical race theory doesn't teach at every white person as a slave owner He recalled when he was actually questioned by a real reporter for local television station Away from Washington D.C. but in Virginia he couldn't even explain what critical race theory is But he just knows it's not taught in Virginia Well he doesn't know what it is and it is taught in Virginia
Bari Weiss Tells Brian Stelter How 'the World Has Gone Mad'
"The hour, want you to hear there's some pretty powerful exchange between bari. Barry Weiss, this is pretty interesting story. She was once one of The New York Times is top writers. But as registered points out, she was harassed and bullied by other employees of the highly woke New York Times. She finally resigned. And then she spilled the beans on The New York Times toxic work environment, and the complete intolerance of non left wing thought. She's not a conservative, but she just does not somebody more of an independent writer as I understand it. So listen to this exchange she had with Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. You know, when you have the chief reporter on the beat of COVID for The New York Times talking about how questioning or pursuing the question of the lab leak is racist, the world has gone mad. When you're not able to say out loud and in public that there are differences between men and women, the world has gone mad. When we're not allowed to acknowledge that rioting is rioting and it is bad. And that silence is not violence, but violence is violence, the world has gone mad. When we're not able to say that Hunter Biden's laptop is a story worth pursuing the world has gone that, when in the name of progress, young school children, as young as kindergarten, are being separated in public schools because of their race. And that is called progress rather than segregation, the world has gone
Fox News' Dana Perino Remembers Colin Powell
"Dana perino, of course, served under George W Bush, new Colin Powell, shed the following on Fox News. But yes, I've long admired him. I remember all edge during the Gulf War. What this man is very impressive. And then the fact that I actually got to meet him and work with him, work under him, really, as the Secretary of State, it is just remarkable as ainsley as you were reading the statement and talking about his life in the previous segment in the previous interview. You realize that this man was such a man of consequence. And a consummate public servant, serving all of those years. And I was surprised to read. He was 84. Because in many ways, to me, he was ageless. In addition to all of the amazing work that he did as a military leader, one thing that people might not remember is he started an organization called America's promise. And that really encouraged civic engagement and volunteer work. And there was a little red wagon logo, and I'm a good friend as a race sale who had worked for president George H. W. Bush, then worked in his office and correspondence. And she would tell me such amazing stories about him. And then fast forward. I remember as a deputy press secretary standing in the back of the room, the east room one day and there was a, I believe it was Karzai, who achman Karzai from Afghanistan was giving a speech. And I was standing in the back of the room and Colin Powell just happened to be next to me. And I remember being very impressed by augment caramelized speech. And I said something to Colin Powell I said, wow. He is a very impressive. And Colin Powell gave me advice that I've lived with ever since, and he said, Dana, just beware of people who might be want to be dictators who speak very good English. And that was so interesting. But if you think about all the leaders that we've seen, come up through the ranks that America likes to support and then unfortunately turns out to be somebody that you question in the end. I would also say that he was a great stature. The way that he conducted himself, I really commend his books to people out there, young people who are looking to learn about leadership. He really was a consummate professional. Dana perino, who served in the Bush administration, reflected on the passing of general Colin
Gov. Abbott Vaccine Mandate Ban Under Fire
"I want to play for you a clip of Greg Abbott on Fox Sunday with Maria bartiromo yesterday and then get your reaction to it here is governor rabbit of Texas. Well, you make a good point about all the people resigning because that's one of the problems with regard to the supply chain because so many people who are being forced to get a vaccine do not want to do that and they hints they're leaving their jobs. However, to answer your question, clearly, what President Biden is doing is unconstitutional. There is zero authority in the constitution that gives the president or his administration, the authority to mandate anybody taking a vaccine. And that's why we feel very confident. So stop right there, John burch, I agree with this so far as it goes to people not employed by the federal government. Do you agree with this as alliance defending involved in any of the vaccination litigation? Absolutely, we're involved in litigation. And when this executive order comes out, we would very much like to file a couple of lawsuits to challenge it. The federal government is supposed to be one of limited powers. And the states and the local governments are where general police and health and safety regulations should be taking place. And we feel very confident about bringing those arguments to the federal court system.
Charlie and Jack Posobiec Discuss What It Means to Be a Good Man
"All right, this is a good question. Sherman from Grand Rapids, I commonly say, just as some background is in references in the question, be the same person in public that you are in private. Because stop pretending to be somebody that you're not. So if you are in private, a conservative, be a conservative in public. Charlie always say that you should be the same person in public that you are in private. I agree, but what does it look like to be a good person in private so that you carry over that good behavior publicly? I hear Jack talk about his years of sobriety. You talk about the need to explore big ideas and always be constantly learning. Can the two of you just expand on what it looks like to be a good person, specifically a good man in today's day and age Sherman from Grand Rapids? Kind of an open ended question, but I'd go back to I'd go back to the gospels where we're taught to be in the world but not of the world, right? So the idea that when people meet you, that you can talk, you know, I can make cultural references to Game of Thrones and Harry Potter and Star Wars and everything else. But when you meet them, when you meet someone, or I should say, when they meet you, rather, that they should come off with a sense of that person is grounded in something different. And something that's a little bit different than what's pumped onto TV every day. What is your sobriety meant for your life? Not drinking. So, yeah, for me, early on, and I wasn't someone, you know, I didn't do I never considered myself an alcoholic, but it got to a point where I said, you know what? I'm done with this. I'm totally done. Why? And why did you get to that point? You know, I've told some stories about this before, but I had a friend who, you know, I had a friend who got arrested over it and I saw the way that it basically ruined his life. And this was really on early 20s. And I saw how just so many doors were closed to him. We're completely closed by after what happened. And I said, you know, for my life, looking at it, it's not worth it. It's not worth even going down that road, and plus I get to wake up every morning, feeling amazing right now and not just because I sleep on my pillows, which I do. From a food Kirk. There's another promo code out there that people not on this show, but not on this show. But seriously, we do see one of our pillars, actually, and the toppers in the sheets. But my wife loves not knowing, I don't understand. From a coach is the only way to go. Yeah, okay. And you have your mental, the way I look at it is this. The way I look at is this. Parallel talents, right? Parable Italians is that the idea from behind that is that God gives you your talents God gives you your gifts. He doesn't give them to you, so you can bury them under the ground. Talents were a currency and hide them. But you're right. Right, it is perfectly for the English term to. You're right. And so I look at it and I say I've been given whatever gifts I've been given whatever meager gifts I've been given by God. And this is something that dilutes them. It's something that affects your brain chemistry. It's something that affects your health. This doesn't seem like I'm being a good steward of God's talents if I'm
Father of suspect in UK lawmaker's slaying is 'traumatized'
"The man is being held by British police for the fatal stabbing of lawmaker David Amos the suspect's father has told British media that he was shocked and traumatized by his son's arrest as police continued questioning the suspect under terrorism laws which is authorities have not released the name of the suspect in the killing of however British media have named him as anti hobby Addie the son of a former adviser to Somalia's prime minister a master long serving lawmaker was stopped multiple times during a regular meeting with his constituents after touching me on C. a town forty miles east of London many in his constituency like local resident as summing ten on mourning his loss flustered right man
In quiet debut, Alzheimer's drug finds questions, skepticism
"Persisting concerns about the first new Alzheimer's treatment in more than twenty years are curbing access to it four months after regulators approved Biogen's Abdu hell which is recommended for early stage Alzheimer's several major medical centers remain undecided on whether to use it big names like the Cleveland Clinic and mass general say they'll pass for now some doctors say they need to learn more about how and to help which is said to slow Alzheimer's works and how much of the fifty thousand plus annual cost is covered by insurance Biogen is not saying how many people have received the drug last month the company executives said they were aware of about fifty sites in fusing it I'm Julie Walker
Tolerance and Apathy Are Defining Characteristics of a Dying Society
"Tolerance. You guys have those signs up anywhere on campus. We need a tolerate things. No not no bailers, thankfully not as following as other places. Should we tolerate evil? That's an interesting question, right? And some people say yes, some people say no. And it depends what your kind of idea of tolerance is, right? And what does that actually mean Aristotle, who's the man? Hope you guys are studying Aristotle. Maybe maybe not. Okay. We'll get this a little bit, yes. A couple of people could praise God. Aristotle said that tolerance and apathy are defining characteristics of a dying society. Now, what did he mean by that? Did he mean that you should be intolerance? Because that's what they call us all the time though. What he meant is when all of a sudden people stop caring about bad things happening around them. That's what he meant. That he was using them as synonyms, tolerance and apathy. And I think this happens far too often. And so since I've been I haven't been controversial enough tonight, so I have to dive right into it. So last week, I was doing my podcast and my radio show. And I said, you know, the left in this country wants people to live in a version of sexual anarchy. People like, what is that? That sounds like a band. Like, it's actually a great band name by the way. Hasn't been taken yet. If anyone has a band, it actually might be it's like the Sex Pistols. It's like sexual anarchy. No, it's very simple, which is that it's this 1960s live. That's antibiotic antichristian anti natural law to do whatever feels good. To indulge in a flash to do every want to do when you want to do it however you want to do it. That doesn't make people free. You will live in a state of anarchy spiritually and personally if you do that. And it's become wildly unpopular to say this out loud, which is why are we having so many issues with students and young people when it comes to this sort of issue is that I don't think we've ever been, I don't think we've been honest enough by saying people that liberty is not doing what you want to do whenever you want to do it. Liberty is doing what you ought to do. And from a Christian biblical perspective, it means standing up and having hopefully the clarity. So you know what? You should reject hookup culture that you should save yourself for one person, loyally marry them and stay in a single relationship with them and say that this is how the Bible wants us to live, and you will be more free because
Lawsuits demand unproven ivermectin for COVID patients
"The use of unproven drugs is covered nineteen treatments it's the latest pandemic issue judges are being asked to rule on mass schools vaccination mandates and business shutdowns of all landed in the courts during the covert nineteen outbreak confronting judges with questions of science in government authority now they're being asked to weigh in on the D. warming drug ivermectin at least two dozen lawsuits have been filed around the U. S. several by the same lawyer on behalf of people seeking to force hospitals to give their covert stricken loved ones ivermectin drug is used for treating parasitic infections but it's been promoted by conservative commentators as a covert nineteen treatment despite a lack of evidence that it helps people with the virus and warnings from the FDA that large doses can have serious side effects from nausea vomiting and diarrhea to seizures delirium and even death court rulings have been mixed with some judges ordering medical providers to give the medication despite the concerns I'm Ben Thomas
Filmmaker Ami Horowitz on the Inspiration for His Series
"Can we are back with army Horowitz, see the whole video of him in Berkeley with American students giving a man they think is funding the Taliban money for the next 9 11 army. We don't rehearse any of this. I don't tell you what I'm going to ask you. This is the question. I don't think I've ever asked you. And I think it's the most important one. Nobody is doing what you're doing. I mean, you know, Jesse ward is what his world is fun. It's amusing, but your videos are shocking. Why are you doing what you're doing? What's the genesis of it or we share that story? Yeah, sure. You know, so my background was as an investment banker. That's what I did for most of my career. And one day the Saturday night and I was watching the Michael Moore film going for Columbine. And I started drifting off thinking about the United Nations and how horrific they are and damaging they are. And why isn't anybody up in arms about it? And I looked over at the screen at the Michael Moore documentary. I thought, what did engaging interesting. Way to convey an idea, this idea of a smart, dark documentary. Now, he may be totally wrong, he's a big fat pig. But hey, you know what? Still, it's a really interesting way of conveying a perspective. So I thought, you know what? I'm going to do that. I literally quit my job. I was sorry, I quit my job on Monday. Start raising money, made a movie called you and me, which was thank God successful enough where a kind of open live doors for me. I decided I didn't want to do any more. I didn't want to spend another 7 years on one topic and spend millions of dollars on it. So I said, you know, this social media was really taken off that point. And you can kind of create your own platform. And that's what I did. I just started doing these one off videos. And they just kind of became super successful and they kind of blew up to the point where now we're across all platforms are probably four and a half million views per video. As soon as the show, right? Then you're going to have your own show called triggered. Yeah, yeah. We are in the process of that as well. Really excited about them. I'm sure. I'm sure this will be one of the first places I'll come to you talk about it once we're
Don't Just Drag the Brokenness
"They just don't drag the broken. This everyone has endured some sort of broken this again and again you think maybe if you change your line it will make things a bit easier but when you have not clear your mind the broken. This can continue. Your heart seems to have that line. You want to erase but at what cost comes from trying to heal. Do you even care what others may think or even consider the circumstances of what has occurred to you. I will answer that question for you know unless it benefits the time there with you or even what may happen down the line when the environment starts to bring into site the things they're saying to you then you will see how the broken this has made a home within you. Mahar has a hole in it because of some person who tried to use you. My hit isn't right because someone was trying to play with my mind but seeing other people i felt like the person was my soul mate and we had so many things in common and we agreed to everything but then suddenly he started pushing me to other things that i would normally wouldn't do and because of the past relationships i started doing these off the wall things and he would enjoy it and then he would try to enforce to it. No he didn't mean to hit me in cause me to have a black guy. At least it isn't like the last person was involved with. I hear what you're saying but you're living with a broken time from the past who you need to leave while you're talking to someone else. Some say it is called closer. You close the past when that person left you but you still seem to bring it up. That brought a certain frown on your face. Stop living in the past. Don't second hand smoke on something. You hadn't been through or seeing in the prison situation. Don't mend your broken heart. When you're carrying the hole in your heart open in the next you tend to find a repetitive way and forcefully. Get the new person to adapt to what you had happened to you to survive in the bible scripture for broken this relates to a person at that time psalms fifty one and seventeen my sacrifice. Oh god is a broken spirit. A broken contract heart you. God will not despise in psalms one forty seven three. He heals the broken hearted and bind up. The world's don't you think you have endured enough but you keep seeking the healing but you have a finger stuck in the whole while it is seeping out water from the tears in your eyes memories and that famous line. You know me and some people used to go out and do this and there is when it started. That smile turned upside down. And when this solution has given you something permanent. You don't want to keep the whole mended. But then you start trying to patch it up and water still seeping through the threads you want to be isolated but you but you are hurt. Showed up in the room everything all dark. And what's good. Is it doing you when you don't want to talk about the experience and let it go into the win it heels you to talk. It helps the broken thoughts and patterns. And just before you know it the broken nece has left you the whole has been cemented then the new. You can begin why you can talk about what happened and speak is though it was nothing to it.
US: States can order COVID shots for younger kids next week
"U. S. health officials are setting the stage for a national covert nineteen vaccination campaign for younger children Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine is currently being given to people as young as twelve over the next three weeks federal officials will discuss making smaller dose versions available to children ages five to eleven some twenty eight million across the nation states can pre order doses starting next week to help them prepare the centers for disease control and prevention has sent out a seven page planning guide it notes pharmacies can give covered nineteen shots to children but clarifies that only doses prepared and packaged specifically for children are to be used it does not speak to some thornier questions such as how much school based clinics should be relied on or whether kids should be required to get backs needed to attend school in person I'm Ben Thomas
Unlike the Daily Wire's Luke Rosiak, the Media Didn't Bother to Hear Scott Smith
"Pretty simple question I mean it's so few people unlike yourself doing actual journalism anymore I mean I can think of a few you got you Were you at the daily caller you were 'cause I know I've read your work before I mean it's I mean you have chuck Ross over there does good work Cherry dunleavy at the examiner These are people who do actual investigative reporting which is you know died a long time Lee Smith How did you crack this story I mean did you just do what no one else would do which is just interview the parent and say hey why were you so angry at the meeting I mean I'm believe me I'm not in any way trying to take down the work you did but were you the only guy who thought to go out there and just ask the parent hey hey Scott why were you so angry I think that's right A lot of people made assumptions about this guy There were the reason this happened and it is a massive media failure as well as school failure is because people have caricatures of people with different political deals especially on the left They view people on the right as instead of being human beings who have reasons for believing the things they do there is a common perception that they're monsters They're bigots They're not fees And the reason they do things is simple they're filled with hate and they hate people and they want to harm people And so when they saw the sky a lot of people just said you know he's a liar He has hate for gays That's why he's here He's angry because he's a white man Let's put him in jail And he was trying to tell You can hear on the video that has been replayed by TV channels across the globe for three months on that video while he's getting arrested His wife screams my daughter was raped at school and this is what happens So he was trying to tell people why he was angry No one listened They want him to make they wanted to make him a partisan cartoon And so I did ask him and I did document the things he was saying trust but verify And sure enough his story checked
The Daily Wire's Luke Rosiak Uncovers the Truth in Loudoun County Schools
"I really enjoy your work You're one of the guys out there who give journalists a good name Unfortunately a lot of others do in the opposite You broke in a lot of stories but the one you broke this week has gone nuclear It's beyond viral Give us the details I find it to be one of the most disturbing stories I've read in a long time There are allegations of a sexual assault a cover up CRT transgender stuff at school boards I mean this has everything Just give us kind of the down and dirty of what happened and what you uncovered Sure So it starts with a guy who's been kind of well-known to anyone who watches TV for the last couple of months He's the guy who was famously videoed and photographed being arrested at a school board meeting where transgender policy was being debated He's kind of an overweight guy who is being dragged by the police and his pants are kind of coming down He's got a bloody face It's become an iconic image of used by the media to show kind of this far right angry for no reason but probably because of bigotry showing up to harass public servants And so the national school board association said it is case when they were at that infamous letter calling for the Patriot Act to be invoked when people come to school board meetings And so the question that I had was like I was angry at a school board meaning why was he angry And the story that I found and took a long time to get to the bottom of but a couple of weeks ago I published on the daily wire Three weeks prior to that school board meeting this man's daughter is 15 year old daughter had been forcibly sodomized by Allegedly by a classmate who was wearing a skirt in the girls bathroom And Scott had been Scott Smith as a man's name the father of the victim He was at that meeting trying to get answers Trying to figure out what was going on with this is how to keep his kids safe
'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway: What Happened During the 2020 Election Must Be Discussed
"Show with us today is a legend. Someone who has made America a better place and you can't say that about many people. Molly, Hemingway, author of rigged. How the media big tech and Democrats have seized. Our elections, and it's out right now. Is that right Molly? Yeah. Just just came out and it's doing great. So. Good. Well, everyone go buy a copy, it is a number one bestseller in media Internet and in politics, lot I want to get into, but Molly, you are now bucking the consensus. You're not allowed to say the election was rigged because you're a threat to democracy. How dare you? That's actually partly why I wrote the book. I was very frustrated by the idiotic way that people were talking about the election. You weren't allowed to ask any questions and even before the election, I had felt that the media and tech environments were so corrupted and so brazen in their limiting of information that they were meddling with our election. And that's actually something that international observers will say that an election can't be deemed to be free or fair if you're in a propaganda or censorship environment. And that's what we're in. I mean, we have big tech controlling so much of what we're allowed to talk about, what we're allowed to share, what we're allowed to think. And I thought that was a really important part of the story. That's where I was mostly interested. But then, of course, people were also talking about all these changes to election law and how those changes had degraded the integrity of the election. And the fact that nobody else wanted to look into that, I thought, well, I have to research this. I have to report this. And I was frankly shocked and stunned by what I found. And so I'm really glad that I did write
Terry McAuliffe, Democrats Were the First Questioning the 2020 Election
"You know who was questioning the 2020 election before it actually occurred Ladies and gentlemen Terry mcauliffe remember the Democrats Questioning the 2020 election before it was actually taking place They talked about a lack of mailboxes Remember this rich That it was a conspiracy because the head of the postal system was appointed by Trump and there weren't enough mailboxes and they were removing mailboxes Remember that Remember they were the ones questioning the machine Where were they the dominion machines Remember they questioned the machines and the press were questioning the machines Remember all that folks Well Terry McCullough was part of that He was part of that and the young team has been running an ad About mcauliffe saying he was very concerned that 2020 election would be rigged Bill Maher asked him about it cut 7 go Do you think this next election is going to be on the up and up Oh I'm very concerned I mean I can tell you in Virginia when I was governor I had to replace all the machines His governor I got rid of all of our DRE I remember when I first voted when I went to Richmond moved down his governor I went and voted in 14 I just moved to Richmond Just got like the governor I remember I kept vote in the Senate race I voted for the Democrat Republican name kept coming up I hit the machine for Warner Gillespie's name lit up Three times that happened I did it four times So then I had investigation done So I took the machines and I hired hackers Listen to this Listen to this They were able to hack into our machines from off site off site in about 5 or 6 minutes We took them 6 minutes to hack into our atmosphere It would in four minutes they were able to change a vote It went up in two minutes change of our ID certified all the machines I was very disturbed by that It happened to me again the next year
Why Did Joe Biden Wait to Address Inflation and Supply Chain Shortages?
"The question is being asked here we are In the middle of October this this entire issue of inflation the supply chain shortages it's not new It started up months ago Started up months ago in the automobile industry the price of fuel has been rising The price of food slowly but surely has been increasing and clothing and you name it So the question is why did the Biden administration wait so long to do anything To do anything It seems like in the last few days all of a sudden They've ramped up And they have it ramped up all that much either They haven't ramped up all that much The 24 7 offloading of these containers 24 7 Why did they wait until now Because the teamsters in part their union didn't want to do it We have these so called progressives AKA marxists who run California and they're trying to push independent operators out of business You look at this this phony bill that they want to push there's all kinds of programs in there spending programs but only if you're a union shot I'm not opposed to unions What I am opposed to is the opposition of competition And there is a fair playing field That's when I'm opposed to And so people are going to suffer And more small businesses are going to go out of business And on top of that you have these mandates for people who are not vaccinated
Biden Tries to Tame Supply Chain Crisis by Having Los Angeles Port Open 24/7
"Biden who is finally commenting on the supply chain crisis that is happening of importing products into our country. Now the easy and the simple way to diagnose the supply chain crisis is, we should not import so many products and goods and services from overseas, we need to self sufficiency agenda to make things here. I think that if president Trump would have articulated legislatively and politically, a self sufficiency agenda in 2020 and introduced pieces of legislation to reflect that, saying we want things to come back to America. We want vitamin C, penicillin, PPE products, all we made here in America. That would have been widely popular. So how bad is the cargo ship backup, cut 63? You know, this is both a symbol of success and failure, really, right? It's a sign of a strong economic rebound, but also our failure to plan for it. For instance, you know, paying people not to work with unemployment expanded benefits when we had 537,000 job openings in transportation and warehouses. But the point is, Harris, you know, for Christmas, you may not get what you want when you want it, what you want to pay for it because why? It's out here with me. And so Biden's grand strategies, hey, let's just work 24 hours. Now, I have a very simple and obvious question. You're trying to tell me our ports don't work 24 hours in our country that's an incredible thing to think about. That our ports are already not working 24 hours. Biden says, don't worry I got it solved. We're gonna work around the clock. Yeah, what a genius solution. Cut 59. And today we have an important announcement that will get things you buy to you to the shells faster. After weeks of negotiation and working with my team and with the major union retailers and freight movers, the port of Los Angeles announced today that it's going to be operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The extended hours the administration is touting represents something less than the full around the clock operations that are typical of the world's most advanced cargo moving
"questions" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News
"Mission and i'll save you from that. Yeah that was somebody with voice very different from the one. You're listening to now. So i was inspired by cassini and somebody somebody wrote that it's from ladonna immobilier. That's the it's the tune which is another operatic pace. The planetary society commissioned somebody to write some words but the only wrote one verse an start of it there. Until i wrote another three another too i think and i did perform around the time lot Tokes and things like that. In fact he was in south australia. The recording was made so that was my one contribution which is a Less musically talented than pose ukulele and will say no. I have been waiting for a perfect opportunity. There for fell right into that one showed it on youtube. Anybody anybody wants to hear the rest of it. Yeah goodbye cassini. it's called isn't it yeah Well we usually have a musical show. But it's been really Really delightful today. So thanks to everybody contribute. Thank you paul. Lovely to hear from you always gotta us because we had two polls on the show. Today i was going to say it's an appalling but it wasn't nomura pulling than any of the other ones. Thanks for all your questions. Thanks for contributing to spice nuts for another wait can doubt we will We got many questions redwood. Have to probably do this again in the not too distant future. We'll we'll catch up with everybody yet real soon. Thanks again Thanks for listening. Thank you fred as always it's been great fun good to be here. Thank you for your your wit and humor in the meantime documentary. It is sometimes all right. We'll catch an ex white. Fred so you light up. That's fred what's an astronomer at lodge part of the team here at space nuts. Thank you for joining us and we look forward to your company next week until then bye bye to this. Podcast include apple. Podcast google podcasts. Spotify iheartradio favorite podcast. You can also stream on demand at. This is vein. Another quality podcast. Production thoughts dot com..
"questions" Discussed on Space Nuts
"Michigan's i'll save you from that. Yeah that was somebody with voice different from the one. you're listening to now. So i was inspired by cassini and somebody somebody wrote that it's from ladonna immobilier. That's the it's the tune which is another operatic pace. The planetary society commissioned somebody to write some words but the only wrote one verse an start of it there. Until i wrote another three another too i think and i did perform around the time lot Tokes and things like that. In fact he was in south australia. The recording was made so that was my one contribution which is a Less musically talented than pose ukulele and will say no. I have been waiting for a perfect opportunity. There for fell right into that one showed it on youtube. Anybody anybody wants to hear the rest of it. Yeah goodbye cassini. it's called isn't it yeah Well we usually have a musical show. But it's been really Really delightful today. So thanks to everybody contribute. Thank you paul. Lovely to hear from you always gotta us because we had two polls on the show. Today i was going to say it's an appalling but it wasn't no more appalling than any of the other ones. Thanks for all your questions. Thanks for contributing to spice nuts for another wait can doubt we will We got many questions redwood. Have to probably do this again in the not too distant future. We'll we'll catch up with everybody yet real soon. Thanks again Thanks for listening. Thank you fred as always it's been great fun good to be here. Thank you for your your wit and humor in the meantime documentary. It is sometimes all right. We'll catch an ex white. Fred so you light up. That's fred what's an astronomer at lodge part of the team here at space nuts. Thank you for joining us and we look forward to your company next week until then bye bye to this. Podcast include apple podcast. google podcasts. Spotify iheartradio playa. You can also stream on demand at. This is vein. Another quality podcast. Production thoughts dot com..
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"A man that is brilliant is brilliant. well Ever ever had a question sent to us in that format ever before. Thank you paul That was that was good. Now for you. Know that music Or something else. Well actually. i think it's what i understood it to was adapted from something much more classical That's right yeah. The tune is a of the hours are had done the dealer. Ria in italian which is a ballet in three of legit condo. The opera by i'm carry punch composed in eighteen. Seventy six a so. It's something i've noticed. It was framed. Was there since. I was a kid. Because among the old seventy-eight rpm records we had a tone. That was one of them Many years ago i transcribe the multi digital format. Played it last night just to remind me the qualities rubbish sound quality but to and he said it was heavily modified for a company. Yes let's run fodder. That's the one now something that i should confess andrew which only a few people know is that whenever i listen to music particularly song. I never listen to the lyrics. It's always the underlying music. And so if i hear roxana alike. It's not the word because i don't hear the words. I just hear the music and interest you folk. Whatever it is is always the music and so i was so captivated by the music. Data did really properly here pulls question. Well i think i can nutshell it. He was he was asking. He was saying like we can get gravity. Assists through slingshot around planets. Could we do it by using a gravity. Assist on a black hall or would we get spaghetti it. I thought that was it. Yes i got. The impression was so. I'm the way to avoid being spaghetti. Fide by black hole is to go past it sufficient and left never never got a company. That's right by the way there was a nice illusion. I did listen to the words at the end because better. Listen to the very nice. Very nice lyrics Pull on a light. They allusion to his mother's pasta. Which courses spaghetti. Fine so i'm the did. Pass it fast enough then. You won't get pacified. You will get to forget it because you're basically just whiz by it and that's what happens to the star trek's to which is the closest star to the supermassive black hole in the center of galaxy. And he certainly certainly being influenced by the black hole but whether you could use that for gravity assist is a question that i suspect has a negative answer because as i understand it should really check this but i think it's. It's not so much the the massive a planet that lets you do a gravitational slingshot by flying by it. It's the way that masses distributed that. So you've got something you get close enough to it. Failing mass from feeling the gravitational attraction not just of the planet is a whole different parts of the day what affect your ability to transfer momentum from the planet to the space craft now with a black coal by definition it's masses all concentrated in a single point to suspect that might preclude the idea of using is a gravitational slingshot. But there's something. I'd like to try and check with my colleagues guy you can bet your life. I'm going to listen to that again. Because he's brilliant very very nicely. I i'm very sorry to sii the if we if we were to try to slingshot random blackhall with poll. All would be lost. I think the ukulele would survive. Well it might. It might go up in pitch because you've probably gravitational time dilation. I don't want to steal pulls thunder here andrew. But i i might just give a quick shoutout to another musical genius. Who was in touch with recently. We never go back to him. And we can at some point. And that's jesse james allen who wrote essentially a symphonic work celebrating the cassini mission which is close to my heart and so it was the cassini tribute in fact it's www dot cassini tribute dot com brilliant stuff. Jd timeline fantastic. Yeah on the other hand. What we've just had triple is no less. Brilliant way it though you know i'm ukulele. They're pretty pretty great stuff. Debutante some Compared with a with a synthesizer reflecting and enticing neo. Castro never mind so music. That's one. I got one mo surprise Saying you mentioned cassini.
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"New. Cloudy great question. Undergra- idea too But the problem is the raw material that you're equipped to this totally inadequate to do anything to the obesity us if you added up all the asteroids in the main asteroid belt which is by far the biggest congregations asteroids in the solar system. Adam ad- advan- masses altogether. What you get is four percent of the mass off the moon not even four percent of the mass of the earth now. The moon's only only eightieth of the massively earth in you talking about forty four percent of that and actually a third of that total mass is series the biggest asteroid the dwarf planet series. So even if he could grab series and steering around in the right kind of orbit it would have effectively zero if x on the the as much massive than you know the whole of the asteroid belt put together. So it's good to have those comparisons you know we tend to think we asteroids are quite child on our agenda. We very conscious of them. We think about them a lot but we don't often think about them. Mass in terms of the mass of the planet. But that basically much much much less. So it's not something that could be done. And he tied to know with an object the size of the earth. Even with the most mega scale engineering that you can imagine. It's hard to know how you would shift to artificially objects is massive as a planet a that. They don't move that easily. There was a really bad It was japanese or korean. Saw that i've watched recently Where needed to be moved because something dreadful was going to happen to us. All i had moves past jupiter or something so they just strapped like tens of thousands of rockets to the earth good. Yeah that wouldn't work either did rem. I did read a scifi novel. Some years ago called nemesis. I think it was at dot now. Who ride it. Motivation rhode island or something. If it's the one. I'm thinking of until you as bill nye. Who's a guy i work with kinda in edinburgh bill on these shows is dark. Well maybe that's the one. But i think the basis of it was It was going to be hit by an asteroid. I work that they could make it meese by using gravity through. I think a spacecraft of some kind to justify slowly diverted over time but throughout your concept does have Does have merit cloudy. But not on. Not on planet locks kyle. I think. Let's say it's nas to hear from you. This space nuts. Andrew dunkley here with professor. Fred watson space nuts if you'd like to become a patron and support the space nets podcast financially We would be thrilled. It's totally up to your cost. I haven't really talked about it much lately. But it's an opportunity for to put a few dollars in into the tin. Can that keeps space. Nuts Humming along and plan started at four dollars fifty a month. And you can do that through. Patriots dot com. Or you can do it three Or you can do it through by any number of options which you'll find on our website space and that's podcast dot com their into the spruch now for. Let's move onto our Our next question. This one comes from richard. Hello andrew fred This is richard from south sale of new york. Just north of new york city. Love your broadcast. And i had a question so it showed me or perplex. Me is the actual movement that stars in our galaxy. I know even though we have a spiral galaxy all stars. Don't move is if it's a big swirl to the blue danube but started going in all different directions. there are streams of stars all Gobbled up galaxies there are groups of stars that formed at one time in a moving in the same direction like the ursa major movement group. Is there of a clear way of understand yet. At the same time i understand. There really is an orbiting around the galaxy. Takes our son about two hundred million years to make a full Route so is there. Rhyme and reason to the movement of stars in the galaxy or moving in different directions buzzing around this way and that thanks a lot the port. Your answer nakai And thank you for getting in touch with this. Richard hype all is well in your little part of the world actually to be part of the world Movement of stars. I think god was playing snooker and went bang. What happened almost not so the thing and it's a great question and so that goes to the roots of how we understand the motion of stars in our galaxy and in fact really goes back historically goes back to the time not long after hobble motel the spiral galaxies were very distant objects and we probably lived in one of those as well because of that time that was not known it was assumed we we lived in a disk of stars. When you we went to the center of the discount holler chappel proved nineteen nineteen but the motion of the stars in the galaxy. That was actually kicked off by dutch. Astronomers John stewart was the best known well known today for the old cloud weather whether galax weather with the communists come from the reservoir of comments but what a and one of his coming account remember who. It wasn't shown to say that. But never mind. I did write about his. His name is clearly not to not it. actually. I think it was on the tip of my tongue. It was somebody like has somebody wasn't him anyway. Nevermind whatever. My this is what i called Let's call defrayed six remember. The damn name wasn't sure for again so yeah anyway young ord an the reason why he's nine is the one that comes to mind is because what what he did was look at the motion of stars in the vicinity of the some and If you if you think about the fact that they start swirling around the center of the galaxy he actually teased out from the individual motions of the stones that what the underlying flow so you know richards right in the sense that they stars do have their own individual motions but is part of a bolt motion as well so they've got what we call promotions which emotions seen from from us but they also have real space motions which you can relate to the kind of average motion of all the stars at our distance from the center of the galaxy. This was what did is why we have what called. The constance ought constant a and b which actually determine the motion of stars in this in the neighborhood the some unrelated to the rotation of the galaxy. Anyway the bottom line is that you can measure all the the motion individual motions of all stars on take a kind of average and that is called the local standard of rest. It's an important concept. The local standard of rest is.
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"Continue to expand ever rate and so the fate of the universe as not pretty a might actually make it easy on myself by reading from the book a space because i've got a little section on the fight of the universe who are which have says if the accelerating expansion continues. It's going now. That will come a billions to trillions of years down the track when distant galaxy star disappearing last because the light leaving them will never reach a since the space between them and us is expanding too fast. Astronomers in the far distant future will only be able to study milky way galaxy chinese fellow members in the local group to them that will be the whole universe and to make matters worse. The university's hydrogen supply will have been exhausted so no new styles will be formed while the existing ones eventually die in turn into black dwarfs or black holes but even that isn't the end of this dark and gloomy story. This is the chair of the youngsters aged in the children's book. The yeah the better news. After the end of the section eventually space will be expanding so rapidly that galaxy stars and planets will to resist it power to things. Apart it will. They will be spaghetti. Finds is if there were falling into a gigantic black hole and the final insult as it isn't event usually called the big rip in which atoms subatomic particles and perhaps even space time itself will disintegrate as. I said it's not pretty. A basically has all hallmarks of a gigantic tent temper tantrum not nice behavior for a polite universe fortunately it is so many billions or trillions of years in the future that it really doesn't matter and juneau's way humanity will be then existed all it exists It it's not going to be pretty end. Moc on afraid deci- Sprays we do as far as we know But i suppose the thing that is difficult to get my head ran in most people's heads around is some how could the universe possibly continue to expand at an accelerating right. it just doesn't seem logical. It's a yes and duck. Energy isn't logical. Which is why we we really don't understand it. So the idea of dok energy is it is. It's a product of space itself so the most basic. You've got the more doc energy god's not pushes it you know apart even faster so it is a. It's a lot what you might call a positive feedback. Just kind of keeps on going and eventually produces exponential expansion. It's like a giant fusion. Reactor just keeps fading itself Yes except there's no fuel a note on to cover anything into anything else. It just comes from space. It's it's strange owner my car. You can't regret what hope of i got friends So it is possible that we've our idea of what dark energy is like is wrong. That is not a property. Spicy south that some of the fundamental force and one that people talk about his co. quintessence a fifth fundamental force. If that's the case then it might be having a different way you know. It may get quenched when the universe gets to assad size or who knows what could happen but based on what we know so fall they end of described is what might well happen the and somewhere along the line in that process. It's going to get very cold and dark. Is it not. Yeah because there's nothing left stars eventually die. They all dialysis no hydrogen left to full new stones so it becomes cold dog inside. It's just going to be held bunch of did rocks flooding around more or less. That's right getting further and further tax. The big rip a lot more exciting. Everybody having that big rip part. Sorry to the big big crunch but the regretful trivial mornings. At least we'll get the guy to the restaurant at the end of the university of us. Exactly exactly He got to the galaxy for those who are going. What on earth is he talking about. In fact people say that to me every week whether you're talking about that's not indeed all right so the mock you asked and you probably like the answer but nothing much we can do about it at this point in time And you did say the spice time modern rival which means time would end. Wouldn't it. well probably yeah probably falls to pieces of time gets fragmented into little chunks. How they deal with that. I have no idea to win. Fifty million watches. I suppose i did thanks to the question. Now let's move onto our next Inquisitorial and this is paul from pennsylvania. Hello fred and andrew. This is paul from pennsylvania avenue question about steffi at i know lebanon discovered that they were variable and hubble use them to discover the distances to galaxies. Just wondering exactly how that worked. Oh let's never seemed to be able to get a straight answer on that right. Thank you buy separate variables. Yes they that. They are fundamentally understanding of the distances to galaxies particularly so And it goes. It goes right by double time exactly as jack. His poll says until your classmates host. I wish it was a bright spot. ferry but it was actually a woman who discovered they the the fundamental issue year. Back in one thousand nine hundred eight henrietta swan levitt opole mentioned she. She looked at many many thousands of stas in atlantic clouds. These two as we now know to be nearby dwarf galaxies and the thing about studying variable stars. As if they're all in one place is these. Were in the magellan clouds. Then you know. They're all effectively the same distance which we now know is a forgotten these hundred and sixty five thousand light years for the lodge Child so they're all the same distance away until any changes in the brightness is intrinsic. it's not caused by a coming backwards or forwards or anything like that. they're all sitting in this genetic cloud Varying with with different. Brian assist available stories. It's one who's who's light. Output varies over time so she could watch these things and absurd mcnabb's of nations and the discovery that she made was the tiffy variables first of all a periodic variation in light. Actually you know it's a it's regular but they don't all have the same period so that periods range typically up to sixty days or something similar between ten and sixty days will be typical time for the the period of cepheid.
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"Bill good once again. Thank you for joining us on space. Nuts it's good to have your company. I'm your host andrew dunkley and hope you well Today's programs a little bit different. We will not be venturing into the universe. through new knowledge that's been published or talking about spice rocket launches that have happened in recent times or asteroids that have hit us and killed us all. I think that's happened What we're doing today is dedicating this show to the audience. Once in a while we we throw it over to you to throw at us some of the questions. You won't ansett it and so that's what we're going to be doing today. Questions about the ultimate fate of the universe. I think i know the answer to that one. And it's gonna and it's going to happen next week. Sifford variables is a question. We've received what is that. And what does it cost at the supermarket. Can we use magnets to protect spacecraft. Heading to mars or anywhere for that matter. Suppose can asteroids come close to with change out all bit and question. We've received from pole in queensland and he's put it all in song the whole and i think it's a ukulele that he's backed up with it's brilliant. We'll give you that and the movement of stars in our galaxy All of those questions. We will answer today. And if we can't answer them we'll make it up On space nuts enjoy. Joining me as always is professor. Fred wants an astronomer la. Tell fred andrew. We're pretty good at making things up unless it's one of the things that teach you in journalism school. If it's the segment is called never let the truth. Get in the way of good story. It's it's everybody's favorite thing when got to to learn about broadcasting journalism. Yes yeah we've got a whole bunch of questions to get through today for it so we might as well get straight into it. If you're right if you're ready okeydokey we'll go to to mock ellos space nut mark berman borgnine here. The science fiction writer actually recently about the non existent lumina for ether today. I'm wondering about the ultimate fate of the cosmos well it continue expanding infinitely until everything is very cold and very thinly spread as imagined in classic science fiction tales. Such as john w campbell night and my own tricky dick nixon and the heat death of the universe is available on him or is there any chance that instead of freezing connect we're all gonna crunch up in a shipper hot collision is everything snapped back like at universal rubber band and collapses into a singularity and maybe explodes bloods again an in another big bang ad. Infinitum it's my impression that The cold shoot scenario Is now thought could be more likely. But what is the real evidence and might opinions changed again. Thanks for taking my question. A gripe pleasure my lovely to hear from you again and yes. It's it's one of the most popular questions that get asks gets. Asked of. Astronomers fred What what's going to happen to seoul Is the end. nye will probably not but It's gonna happen eventually. But how will it end. Will it just become a big frozen bowl of nothing or will it will good. Nab give happened first big bang and just crush crushing on ourselves in a flaming end. It's some it it's it's it's a question that surfaces quite often actually mark. He's already given us the ansa in the title of one of his novels which included the term the heat death of the universe and it. It's interesting that That was a term. That was popular. When i was young step kind of before i became a stronger people about the death of the universe. That was the idea lightning added. It wasn't that long after that. Eighteen hundred quite recent to me. When i was growing pulled thus more to do with where i grew up a thing which how these fake firmly planted in the late eighteen hundreds including the school. I went to anyway. All sir Irrelevant but it. It essentially the death of the universe is the idea that universities cools down basically fizzles out so for period during the seventies and eighties. There was a much different idea. A more popular idea that maybe the universe which was known already by then of course would be expanding that was discovered in nineteen twenty nine the the universe might slowdown in expansion because of the gravity of everything within it and eventually stop expanding and start collapsing. Self to produce what you discussed before. They The big crunch which was also christened by my brian. Brian schmidt the gme gabe. Which is the big bang backwards. A fantastic To get the in anything account when when the to get so the idea was that yes maybe collapse back to another singularity which would so the balance may be the expression the big bounce was sometimes used so the at another expansion from the this rebound of the of the universe it won't put the nailing to the coffin of that idea. The final dial was once again. Brian schmidt the professor of strong z. Then was the strategy national university now. Now in fact it's a vice chancellor so the the discovery made by bryant group and another group in the usa led by solta motta. Those two groups independently demonstrated that the universe is his expanding ever increasing rate. So it's accelerating within that's because of energy which we don't understand until what we've got now is scenario where to the best of our understanding. The universe will simply continue expanding at an ever increasing right unless something changes what that might be. We have no idea The live bumping into another universe. Well yet not so the thing but at the moment that's you know that's so far off knowledge rallies We really can't do anything about it of our ability into our ideas so the moment the idea is is that the universe will.
"questions" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop
"The saddled and content of certain things here and your relationship with your husband that you'll need to sort of feel yourself to give yourself some mental clarity and traversing this particular terrain of your life. If you're out then that's you should know that everybody should know this. Whether you're egner out there will always be thoughts of should have gone the other way. Those are two starts. Okay with every choice you make life when it takes you on a certain direction. You'll very often have to acknowledge should could a us. It's part of the deal of making a choice. That's why people always has it ten because there also fucked up making the right choice. I don't get fucked up a down. I just choose something throw myself until it. All fucking produce plenty of joy satisfaction success accomplishment orange produce produce produce produce. Because i'm up to things. I'm not seeing how it's going. I'm fucking determining how it's going. And that's what you only to determine how this goes. Or as i've been saying for fucking two weeks in social media take over theresa you have the capacity strong human being the only thing that's getting fucked up right now. Is your experience of how things are supposed to be going. Things are going the way they're going. This is life happening right now. Sued like wow. We'll get all these fucking challenges. Romulo was going on around me and this is for everybody. I want you to know you've got this. You got yourself. In times of crisis he got way more and the tank way. Fucking morning tank. Does it feel like you have more than a tank. Now that's right but you gotta keep pulling back pulling back getting some perspective in empowering yourself and the ways that you know to empower yourself. That's again for everybody. Are you doing the things in your life that empower you again is stuff like a you. Listen to your favorite fucking.
"questions" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop
"Pretend that doesn't exist. Not i'm never going by. That's there for them like a thaw. Maybe i would. You need to get this situation if yourself. going to go back what are you going back to. What does this no have to be. What's the new condition. Say the new condition. I don't mean conditions. I mean the condition is that a condition of love is it a condition of authenticity. Is that a condition of passion and adventure. What's the condition. What are you going to hold yourself to. What's he promised he going to hold himself to. It's not only a promise to work on and if ever you're considering reinventing a relationship right not necessarily go back to one reinvent one you have to get really serious about fucking reinventing some serious about where we inventing. This is not fix and what happened in the past. That was already show. You gotta reinvent get underneath a reinvention and what looks like and what it looks like for you to be yoon for them to be them. And how you're going to handle all of that and blah blah blah blah blah. Now there's also like that. you're not going. Maybe you're not going to go back to. How do i deal with leaving controlling husband. You said there right. You've already laughed. So i'm going to say this to you. Take the word controlling. because as long as that's there you're still getting controlled not by him but by your own thoughts so if you've last someone you got to look at what they do and they say this to you did they say that. Ti did they. How was their behavior. What would their persistent emotional states. They're persistent complaints. Like those are the things that you've got to focus on. That's what you don't want. It's like i don't want to be married to someone who calls me names or who threatens me with violence or i don't want someone who blah blah blah..
"questions" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop
"Truly out to live an extraordinary life stop doing that. Shit put your hands on the levers and dials of your deepest subconscious machinery and empowers you to translate your most negative thoughts and behaviors into the kind of life. You've always wanted but never quite knew how to get envious book. What i do is take you in their take. You end to see the someday you that you're out to have happened and by the way the completely debilitating view you have of yourself. I'm including fucking happy kloppers there. I don't have a.
"questions" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop
"You'll be acknowledged you'll no longer be that old person. What old person well person you are right now. The person you are right now is the person you're trying not to become say again. The person you are right now as the person you're trying not to become so what happens then when you get to that day in the future when you produce the result why don't you get any joy or happiness from a because it's not about like you say no matter what it is. I don't feel any emotion other than it doesn't mean anthony. That's right because it doesn't solve the problem the you are for yourself. It doesn't solve the problem that you are for yourself and even if you do get that moment of joy you're right back again after whatever period of time five minutes ten minutes a day a week. What's the problem there. Then it's still you. That's the fucking problem. It's still you and as long as you keep using your goals to solve this apparent problem that you are you never get any joy out of them because it's not about the goal of the accomplishment. You're not emotionally connected to that as an outcome. Say that again. You are knock connected to your goals ear accomplishments like that's the outcome because tied into it as who you think you'll be when you'll do it and then when you get there it still fucking you so you're fucked so you just pursue the next goal and the next goal and then mexico and the next goal and as you say it's fucking exhausting but you pursue it anyway in any way in any way and then you fucking die. It's all about you being someone some day. That day never comes and i'm including all you out there right now. Who are set and listen to going. Oh that's terrible formula. But yeah when i blah blah blah blah no. I really will be better now. You won't fuck because you're pending your growth to some external thing now to break this down for myself. Well i half the company terms with my gosh. I go on this all the fucking time these days. It's almost like every week. I keep going back to stop doing that shit. That's the name of the box. Stop doing that shit. I'm going to read you the back of this book and by the way. I'm only doing that because the book set in hit on my fucking desk i just looked over near as so just in case you thought i had this all mapped. Don't plan though 'cause you know if you listen to show. I don't i just answer the questions but anyway on the back cover of stop doing that. She says you know you shouldn't but you do. You know you should be..
"questions" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop
"Did. I hate you own. Saudi assume that like you know it's much lighter because for a number of reasons but it's called an magdala hijack so in that reasoning part of your brain gets hijacked in urine complete fight or flight mode. And you know there's a whole science to that and so very fascinating contrasts in wasted interrupt. Some of that shit which is all very interesting to. That's one aspect of being powerful and being responsible for your mechanism. But i think something else that you need to start introducing. And that is you start. Living a little more consciously my friend and this is the same for everybody. You gotta start levin a little more intentionally like that. You've got something in mind so if have relationship is about whatever the focus about by default which is something like an getting along which is why most relationships are fundamentally bob or at least the end up there so again along for mind. Exert their yeah..
"questions" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop
"This week you'll notice. The title of the show is questions questions questions. And it's because i get a lot of questions and usually in the first part of the show i'll share with you. Some observational insight. That i've had and then in the second half of the show. I'll take a question from the nation but there's been so many great questions recently and please keep them coming right. But there's been so many great life situations getting presented that i'm going to devote this entire show to answering a select number of questions so let's get right to it. Let's not screw around okay. So this first question that i'm gonna deal with us. We comes from. Casey and casey says thank you for what you do. You've truly helped me for the last few years. I was stressed out from work. Depressed and consumed by self destructive thoughts and habits. I let the person. I had become damaged my marriage and two months ago. We had a breaking point since then a read. All your books. And i've been hell bent on on fucking myself. I've lived my wife up until most stuck in my head and your books have helped me to stop doing that. I've learned how to get out of my head when i get into my depressed or angry states but my question is this. How do i prevent getting into those states in the first place. How do i shake off my triggers in that initial moment. Third wedding them. Get to me at all our casey. That's actually a pretty powerful.
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"Easy to set up <hes>. Little little cares a matter of fact the less carrier give it away the better off because when you get it planted you should water it sparingly. Just things are moist then. You can cap the jug or can or canister or vase that you've put it in and or you can leave it open either way if you leave it open. There'll be some evaporation. You may have to water just a hint but this this is going to be an an enclosed environment for all practical purposes where everything gets recycled and it's just a real joy to watch it grow <hes>. The one thing i would recommend s we quit doing was to turn the jug every week or you can have so that the light was hitting the plants them all the way around and i. I don't know how long that was in her bedroom. But long enough to climb a wall out onto the ceiling <hes>. So you can have a great amount of fun or you can be more cautious and keep it small in the first place <hes>. Any vessel clear and clear the better. It is to see what's happening inside but any vessel like that that <hes>. I know if i start what it'll be in a super sized peanut butter jar that i have cleaned out. Its plastic but i can still see through it very easily so i can tell what's on inside and <hes>. I don't not sure. I'll get around to it because i have a lot of indoor plants in the wintertime but a terrarium can be a lotta fun for children and adults and then even people in care centres. That don't have much space. But if they've got a window they can do terrarium and watch it grow so it's a lot of fun.
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"Stoke seeds has some great resources to help you. Plus all the gardening accessories you need to make your garden the envy of the neighborhood get growing with stokes. Now how today's question now of course most of the people listening to the program Art do-it-yourselfer so you know but this is a really good time. When someone who's trained in landscape architecture could really help you lay it out right and that is that is extremely important mark? I'm going to jump into that. It by saying that in two different occasions over time I have spent a lot of people's money moving plants from where they were put initially eight to where they belong. That's hard to explain. But in both cases there were excellent plants used but they put all things under short window sills does they put small things in back corners where they wanted to screen things they could have done at once and lot less. Expensively then it comes comes down to people tending to put into many of one thing I'm going to pick on for Cynthia for a moment but let's just say that I'm planning being able to spruce in a corner for a given purpose. I love them or I want to block something. Or what have you. I'M GONNA put Forsythias on either side of it not real close but but the day will come in the six ten th year where the Forsythias GonNa Spread and tie kind of deter the looks of the blue spruce or whatever it may be as an evergreen I wanna be able to cut that out. I only spent twenty bucks or twenty five or whatever on it initially so in the tenth year at two fifty a year I can cut him out and and let the spruce or other evergreen whatever grow into that area without causing my primary plant to be overwhelmed and this is a rule I lived in my home for forty seven forty five years now and only a few of the plants I initially put in are still there. But they are the dominant plants that I put in for a given screening or focal background or whatever the case may be and a lot of the things have changed changed from Well one place. It's even two different changes and now that I've had to take offence down that finally got weary would does decay. I I have to go in and make yet some additional changes but the primary plants that blocked out the roof line of a house or whatever are still there so yes good advice well used used even if you do it yourself planter Get some help with where to put things now on this topic of evergreens. Are there any evergreens that you know of that people plan all the time you would recommend against. Well let's go back to earlier statements. I would not be using Colorado spruce at this point I I would not be using either scotch or Austrian Pines but that leaves whole big families of plants open to other uses..
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"Now, for today's question, I questioned horrible. I have a variety we have. I have about ten of them and they're mostly obsidian, which is a. Color. I have a couple black parole just because blacker a new variety, but they are just and even with the amount of rain and they're just dying will burning up will that, of course, is a possibility. There is also a matter that I think you and I are suffering our plants or suffering from the same thing. I have some core bells that should be in an excellent condition. And happily a few of them are, but I have some that have just literally wrought it out. I think there was too much water early on started some decay in the crown, and we're just now suffering from that. I can't prove it by any means you could send them off to the lab to find out. But I think this year the generosity of mother nature with rain, I think they're drowning. That makes sense. I can understand that because of the ones I have that are even knew or aged the ones that are so to speak a little higher and drier summers are the ones that are doing best right now in my garden. Right. And the same thing you just mentioned that new variety. You got the Dirk won. What was it called? Again, I can't studying or black Pearl black Pearl. I just bought a black Pearl this spring to while. Yes, absolutely beautiful. But I think it's a matter of letting them dry down because I've been watching one that was looking kind of puny I, I know it's a more moist spot and that plant is now gone. I think that's what's happening. Well, maybe I've loved it in a little bit too much thinking that I needed to water it because maybe it was drying up because it wasn't getting enough rain. So I may have. You know, made the problem worse that will, and I, I like the way you termed that you love them too much. I think some people do they. They are very tentative, very high in attendance to their garden, and I think we sometimes do kill things with kindness. Most, especially where soil becomes full of water and certain things being sensitive to that, they just flat drown or disease gets going and takes them out, which is the same as drowning. The effect is the same. There's a void in your garden. So maybe back off on those as a group of plants even and we'll see what happens. Thank you very much. You're most welcome..
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"So to answer your question yes if you're going if you either have or you're going to build beds in a given area and you're gonna use a lot of the native soil and want to know what to add and so on then you would simply be testing from that area if you're dealing with the lawn you might go front yard backyard because quite often those route commune ladies and sun and jade situations are quite different and so two could be the chemistry and then well it i two two would be enough one if you're just doing lawn but then i would set aside the area that the beds are going to be in or are in and do that unto itself and like i said don't don't get in a hurry this morning i don't know where all it's raining it's raining here i would not take any samples until at least monday and then let them dry down and what i do in that regard is i sp spread out things of that nature on thick peds of newspaper right under the catalytic converter on my car right in the middle right in the middle and put these these there to dry now it doesn't get up and temperatures and so on but it does happen to speed up a little bit and i'm usually straight into the garage enough that i'm not driving over my test materials so that's one of the places i have left my neighbor's kid me about hangs from the ceiling in my garage i also use the floor space.