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The History of the Internet
"To begin with we as a species. We've been trying to categorize an attain all the knowledge. We haven't to a database of sorts for a very long time right so for example in seventeen twenty. Eight ephraim champions globe maker publishes the cyclopes or a universal dictionary of arts and sciences. It is the earliest attempt to link by association all the articles in an encyclopedia or more generally all the components of human knowledge. He wrote in his preface quote this. We endeavored to attain by considering the several matters. E topics not only absolutely and independently as to what they are in themselves but also relatively or as they respect each other. So we've been thinking about like how to how to access knowledge how to obtain information and organize it in in a in a way so that more people can access it quicker classic enlightenment. Classic enlightenment am my right So in one thousand. Nine hundred belgian lawyers and bibliographer paul outlet and on revilla contain proposed a central repository for the world's knowledge organized by the universal decimal classification. It was called the mondays And it would eventually house. More than fifteen million index cards one hundred thousand files and millions of images and in nineteen thirty four outlet further advanced his vision for the radiated library in which people worldwide will place telephone calls to his quote mechanical collective brain. And we'll get back information as tv signals. So this was a theory. This is something that they thought could get off the ground then in nineteen thirty six h. g. wells first predicts what's called the world brain He wrote the whole human memory can be and probably short time. We'll be made accessible to every individual time is close at hand when any student in any part of the world will be able to sit with his projector in his own study at his or her convenience to examine any book. any document in an exact replica. Study accurate it's pretty accurate so the world brain was to be a central repository of the world's knowledge organized by complex taxonomy invented by wells. So clearly there has been a precedent for desiring this kind of thing. So the concept of data communication or transmitting data between two different places through an electromagnetic medium such as radio or an electric wire predates the introduction of the first computers right. Such communication systems were typically limited to point to point communication between two end devices. Like semaphore lines are telegraph systems and telex machines so these can be considered early precursors to this kind of communication and the telegraph in the late. Nineteenth century was the first fully digital communication system. So that's just cool trivia fact it been a deeply so up until about nineteen sixty computers were huge unwieldy and self contained. You could use them as a tool. But you couldn't necessarily make them talk to each other or transmit information across any distances using them but there were a bunch of people working towards making that happen so a man named christopher stray cheesy who became the oxford university is first professor of computation filed a patent application for time sharing in february of nineteen fifty nine in june that year. He gave a paper called time sharing enlarge fast computers at the unesco information processing conference in paris where he passed the concept onto to lick lighter of mit like lighter vice president at both derek and newman inc and they discuss a computer network in his january. Nineteen sixty paper called man computer symbiosis so a quote from that is a network of computers connected to one another by wideband communication lines which provide the functions of present day libraries together with anticipated advances in information storage. And retrieval and other symbiotic functions. So super like great reading. You know just like pull it up right. Now read it. Yeah take it to the beach. You know something really exciting. So paul baran then publishes reliable digital communications systems using unreliable network repeater nodes the first of a series of papers that proposed the designed for distributed networks using packet switching. And we'll talk about that for a second. Method used to this day to transmit information over the internet and then a little later. Donald davies the. Uk's national physical laboratory or n. P. l. independently developed the same idea. So there's a little bit of like linear here So while baron used the term message blocks for his units of communication davies. Use the term packets so i was like what the hell is packet. Switching so packet switching is essentially and i. I used the the metaphor of of charlie and the chocolate factory. Ok you know mike. Tv how said the tv you're broken up into little pieces gets reassembled on the other side. That's basically what packet switching is with. Data the pieces get sent over in smaller pieces because they can travel over greater distances being smaller and then they get reassembled on the other side so that's packet switching s perfect. I'm gonna get a lot of emails. Okay so. Jc are lick lighter so jc are lick lighter. He was known as either. Jc are like friends. Call them lick several shame. I guess it's shorter than say j. C. r. guess so or just like yourself jim anyway He became the director of the newly-established information processing techniques office. Or the ipo within the us. Defense department's advanced research projects agency or darpa. So then robert. Taylor becomes the director of the information processing techniques office. Pto in nineteen sixty six and he intended to realize lighters idea of an interconnected networking system so he proposes to his boss the arpanet so the advanced research projects agency net which is a network that would connect the different projects that arpaio was sponsoring so a way to like keep everything together and at the time each project has its own specialized terminal and unique set of user commands so in order to talk to each terminal you had to physically go to the computer terminal that only spoke to that individual one so he was like what if we just had one computer that connected to everything and that was arpanet basically bam bam so there were like great. I love this. So they awarded. Arba awarded the contract to build this network to bolt beranek and newman or bbn technologies. And they're involved in the early stages of the internet in a major way and so all mentioned them like a bunch of times so the first arpanet link was established between the university of california los angeles and the stanford research institute at twenty to thirty hours on october. Twenty ninth nineteen. Sixty-nine the first message was the word log in that's boring. I know it's super boring computer guys. I was necessary to jump. It wasn't the first text message. Merry christmas oh. I don't know maybe it was being at least that s something. Yeah or what. Does it come here. I need you. That's the one for the telephone log in. Yeah right fine. at least it's easy to remember. Yeah i message sent over. The internet is the message lock-in so sent over arpanet between the network node at ucla and a second one at sri. So leonard kline rock of ucla said at the ucla and they typed in the l. and asked sri by phone if they received it got the l. Came the voice reply. Ucla typed in the. Oh asked if they got it and received got the oh. ucla then typed in the g. And the darn system crashed boy the beginning on the second attempt. It worked fine so by the end of that year. Four host computers connected together in the initial arpanet so this was like the beginning of of the end. Basically
"revilla" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Important fight of this century. When it comes to journalism. Let's keep up the fight. Stay strong. Let's not fight for Justice. American prosecutors have indicted the 49 year old Australian on 18 espionage and computer misuse charges. Julian Assange's lawyers say the prosecution is a blatant, politically motivated abuse of power. Tom Rivers ABC News London The key opposition leader in Belarus Maria Krista Cova, has disappeared following another weekend of protests against authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko in Minsk woman's toe. Local media that she saw a Kalashnikov are being snatched into a van by men in plain clothes on a street in the capital Minsk Kalashnikovs team have said they can't contact her or to other opposition members. It's ABC is Patrick Revilla, the foreign desk Ah, warning from US doctors The Labor Day in Corona virus cases air up in 30 States Doctor She's John heads up the Brown University School of Public Health and the summer was supposed to be our reprieve. Right was supposed to be sort of the time when we got a break from the virus. So I am very worried that if we don't take these precautions seriously, we're going to go into the fall with school and call. It is opening with a lot more cases, and it's going to be much more difficult to navigate and get through wildfires in California burning through 2.5 million acres, and here comes another one National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Paulette is in the Atlantic. Listening to ABC News. How do smart, hardworking roofing contractors run job smoothly? Even remotely? They save time with Beacon Beacon Pro Plus at Nature's simple online ordering and bill pay choose products like the new GF timber line HDZ shingles with a 600% larger strikes, so nailing area for faster, more accurate.
"revilla" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Nobody fuck is not going to Spar we head girl, but if he knock, you out his Brian with that's what I'm saying. This ain't no excuse. Why people even the lounges room to come out like? I would rather say, Andy, not me. I who at least four title, dwell Klay never fought for title. I will lie and say Coley knock now for as far far the welcome to welcome. Not the name as getting out of AJ, maybe I got knocked out Nikki, with a hammer, they get a gave this Sean, to that, do whatever the do, Mike light Eddie said that ain't happy for cabal. You ain't never say the welcome do. I swear guy was oh time. Welcome. Not you on his farm, and Mike. You lost second round. The my negative efforts usually. But you was in the corner of the whole I was shot. He was not. In the corner for awhile. All you bring up you within the corner. You was United saying f o g country with punches rain ban all day you're saying we into corn. That's it. What I'm saying. Slingshots nigga. Might but I can't be myself. And I tell you the truth. My out what you want. You, you, you. Doesn't twice. Twice bro. And she's. The bigger me. Law. So he said. Bye. Mike warm running back like wilder to this. I want to run it back. Nick, get out to bugging rain. Should ask for a was that speed round going out to Bouma rang? In Canada, this champagne Papi this. Chain? No way. Coldplay, killing me. Cheese. Thank greenie, y'all know about, Dan. That's Danny swift girls on. M. Baas. Yeah. You know what? And just like in real boxing, man. You know, but fans the fickle and, and they're, they're unloyal man unloyal just take what happened to me in, in border wars, man. Gets one injury can make it gets called the snake it's called an asshole by sprints, but people he was specs. That's just like man, you know what symbols free agent? You know, I couldn't believe this morning. The amount of shit people were talking from the UK man's. Yeah. I j heels a little bit flawed fucking on Royal mother fuckers, man. That's what I hate him or boxing ride with your guy, Ryder die. You know what you should back while have his back. He's got his rematch. He could still do it. You know what AJ is just as vulnerable as wilder? That's why they're so exciting while there's by Revilla's well after he hit him hard. Me,.
"revilla" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"This is eighty I'm now looking at like, I just looked up. I typed into Google hipster baby girl. These totally dog named plummeted time. Oh my gosh. I can totally see clementine those guesses. I know that she was like she didn't want to know. And she was our Instagram looking for gender neutral. One of those. Maybe it'd be like a gender neutral name like. Sage or math. That's pretty. Well, sage was actually RS has a baby boy named sage I'm like, well, I can see him girls. Girl's name. Yeah. So I didn't know we had a we are has a kid to river. Yeah. That's all. I could see. All right. So she could name Ari. And I was like, oh, maybe it can be like, Andy. Oh like Romney. Yeah. Something like Jessica Simpson has a daughter named Maxwell could see something like that. Or Charlie Charlie. That's an knifer. Yeah. This gender neutral thing. I feel like it's probably going to be that. So all right. Any other guesses? None. Congrats to the mama. Yes. Very exciting. Choose so cute out her pregnancy. Follow. Yeah. She looked really good. I refused to let anyone take pictures of his I feel beached whale. So even though I have not gained that much because I was throwing up the first like month. So. It's not. Sound fun at all. It's calmed down. Now a little bit. And I definitely just I'm not interested in like people like touching by stomach or, you know, just like posing casually with like my hand in the thanks. Yeah. It's a strain on my style. You weren't meant to be a cargo influencer. Unfortunately, not. Could have made some money. But no. And speaking of Prego influencers sort of mentioned briefly, but just Jade Jade and Tanner are putting Jay in front of all my words. Now Janner is having the as well because I forgot what they're they're Instagram or they're like couple. Yes. Now, they are like influencers of the baby variety assure totally sort of cave the way they've sort of roped Carleen Evan into that. And then now, actually I and Jared are like already doing it. Yeah. But they're not like I mean there nightmare yet. They're still like the engaged couple. But like, they she just started using that what's that bracelet called that actually? Where you like track your fertility? And like there's only post of like Ashley being like, we're not there yet. But Jade does it. So it's like Thai. Yeah. I can tell like even use it at any point. You don't just have to trying to have just you know. It's like funny like she's wearing it. And Jared is like oh shocked face. Yeah. No. I can always already predict like a year down the road. They'll be the next June Tanner are really cute family. So I'm I feel like they're whatever they have will be just another cue little edition. Yes. So they're Amy girls named Emerson. So how do you feel about that? Yeah. How'd you feel about that as a baby name? Name isn't it? I thought so too gender neutral. I guess I guess it is. Yeah. I mean, I I mean, call her EMMY, that's like all I've ever heard. So yeah. Yeah. That's pretty cute. Yeah. So we don't know what they're having yet still early, and they just announced it so something to watch. I'm sure they'll do like a gender revealed do a gender reveal. No, I my so excited to do like the announcement and has during the point where I was like bed ridden unable to get up and unable to mood like just totally like out of it had no personality at all. And I just it was not anything that I was interested and even thinking about so it's like, you do it everyone you announce it. However, you want nuts. And then we found out the baby after he announced it the the sex after we announced it. So I wasn't really interested in like a big thing during Apollo sister was his sister was like incense. She really was like I wanted to do it. And I was like well when you have a child, so right? Exactly. And I don't think they had announced this new story about gender Revilla's on is at that point. So I mean all to do right? Look, they look really gross. But. I don't know if lasagna's maybe like top of the list of like pregnancy cravings..
"revilla" Discussed on KOMO
"Be something, and you could take more pride in your job. And now they could care less heart wrenching scenes playing out across the five factories in the US and Canada by those affected by the lay offs just before the holidays. I don't know what to do next and GM is blaming it on slowing car sales. People just aren't buying cars anymore. So they're shifting gears to focus more on SEV's and automation executives. Hope these layoffs and closures will save at least six billion dollars that report from ABC's. Eva pilgrim, President Vladimir Putin has commented for the first time publicly on the crisis that has broken out between Russia and Ukraine. Putin called the incident a deliberate provocation by Ukraine's government. But also called it a small border incident. ABC's Patrick Revilla's on the story in Moscow. For the first time since Russia's sees the three Ukrainian navy ships. Vladimir Putin downplayed the class, she called it a small border incident. Nothing more, but he accused Ukraine's government of deliberately provoking the incident. So is to introduce martial law with the goal of helping Ukraine's president petro Persian co win elections in March Ukraine's parliament has introduced muscle low in some regions in response to the crisis. But Pershing warned it's necessary because of a serious threat of invasion from Russia. ABC news. Coming up on twelve twenty. Now, your KOMO propel insurance money update. What a nice recovery or at least headed that direction. On Wall Street with the Dow up four hundred ninety two points at twenty five thousand to forty one. Now, the NASDAQ up one hundred sixty eight and the s&p forty seven points higher. Today's surge comes as traders, welcome remarks by fed chairman Jerome Powell who hinted that the interest rates could increase at a slower pace next year. We've been talking a lot about the layoff said GM Ford now shuffling workers at its factory. So it can make more full size SUV. The company says the moves will increase production of Lincoln navigators and Ford expeditions Ford plans to add five hundred jobs at the Kentucky truck plant in Louisville. That makes the SUV's and we'll add five hundred at a factory in suburban Detroit. The producers SUV and truck transmissions Facebook is expanding a feature that shows. People local news and information, including missing personal Erz road closures crime reports in school announcements called. Today in the service shows people information from their towns and cities from such sources as news outlets government, entities and community groups Facebook launched the service in January with six cities and expanded to twenty-five then more today in is now expanding to four hundred US and Australian cities money news at twenty and fifty past every hour on KOMO big slowdown south of Olympia, still we'll talk about that and traffic maximum when.
"revilla" Discussed on KGO 810
"And it basically acts as a sponge. So when you need that power. It helps move which then helps the the motor move more. And then puts more power to the ground, and then it can regenerate electricity on on breaking down slope that then fills its battery backup these are referred to as a forty fold system. So the truck has a twelve volt traditional battery that if you had to jump start it. That's what you hook it into. But it also has this other parallel system, forty eight volt system that's running this e Tork. Well, you know, it's great when you talk about regenerative braking. We we talked about it a little bit last week show. I'm a big fan of that. Because it seems like you know, you've got motion you've created this motion from the energy utilization. And maybe if he can recapture any of that to create further motion, I think it's fantastic. The other thing about that Dodge Ram, which was I mean, the ram pickup. I keep wanting to say died. Sorry old guy. Ram pickup was the infotainment system. They were very proud of the fact that they had the siriusxm. But it had additional feature. Stacy we were talking about this. It's on demand. So I I feel poorly that I don't I don't know definitively. Whether it was because of the purchase Pandora, obviously with there would have to be some sort of hard drive that I know that they were talking about it before it was announced about paying door that could have been in the works and again here Pandora is purchased by siriusxm. So it's altogether. Yes. Yes. And so they now have onto the so you can listen to music on demand rather than just having to tune into what was it coffee house, or, you know, the eighties buffet station. Revilla says so you you had to pick your Sirius channel or it's all of the talk that they have Martha Stewart, I think they had Howard Stern. I'm sure some people would one hundred and one hundred one so you don't have to listen to what Howard saying at the time. You can call up some of your old favorite efforts episodes, or whatever and get it on demand. And so I think that's pretty neat feature. Because I was thinking I was hearing the death knell of serious for quite a while now, and the seems like it would give them a bit of a boost. Well, again, the same reason that that we record, and then re podcast this shows that some people get and listen to it live, or when it's happening or some people want to choose to listen to it at another time, and we get used to that with all of our other forms of audio being able to hear things whether again, it's podcasts or a song, or, you know, again, just our music choices. So good for them for rolling that out into the automobile. And it was an interesting place to have that on the platform. It was in the pickup that you could see that. So I know are the Acura RS X was there. They they have a whole new interface with the between the driver and the infotainment system. They were very proud of as anybody is looking for that certainly recommend. They take a look at the Acura to to learn more about that one of the other cars that we had there just it was very interesting was the the auto x. And if you haven't heard of that, it isn't a brand they actually had a Lincoln that they had redesigned and repainted it was all green and had pictures of groceries on the back because now this is a self driving. Ding revolution for retail as they say. This is the the groceries will be delivered to you. This is the vehicle or the platform. That's going to drive it to your house and drop it off. Talked a little bit about I'm jumping ahead to first speaker after the break was drako's from the Ford innovation center there in Palo Alto. We talked about the Lincoln was was utilized again by one of our other friends at a Thomas stuff. Yeah. Con display. And so they are a they will put your system together for you. They will there a drive by wire company. So if you are in atonomy, a need to have a car to show off your technology. You're going to call autonomous stuff to make all this happen for you. Yeah. They're almost I don't want to say a parts store, but an assembly that they've put together the different components. If you need a later Lyda later later would be a radar. That's just very lazy. But so they've all chosen the Lincoln platform because it is all drive by wire act, which basically means they can send a signal that turns the wheels they can send the signal to do all sorts of different than breakdown. Right. Aren't you? Traditionally, you know, forty years ago mechanical position, but specifically that Lincoln that delivers groceries I wonder if if you order mustard the only deliver groupon. Yeah. Because it's a Lincoln there. We did tie in there with me just a second the other vehicles. Of course, our friends from Valentine showed you know, again, we talked about the light ours. Again, I know stacey's all light art out. But. The grandfather of lied are. I guess and then our well, which is fun that you use the word grandfather. Because we're talking about a technology that hasn't been around that very long, but it seems like, you know, in any technology anything more than that, many years has been around for a long time, San Jose State had a number of their vehicles on display, which I thought was great because the kids they're the engineering students are trying to work through a lot of this and and become a part of this industry. And as we said education was an significant part and then finally tectonic, which is in audio company was displaying. They have the speaker system that doesn't have the traditional tweeter and deep boombox setup. So that they can create a lighter weight version of a sound system in the doors of cars and in and around cars again all plane to a lightweight car, which is better efficiency. Sorry. We can't forget iris motor from iris. They have the driver monitoring system, and he has. Hottest car in the live. Because he yeah, he has the IRS model X, which is very nice. Yes. Who makes that car? Okay. Well, again iris is there describing a little bit further listeners do a driver monitoring. And what that is is they're watching the driver to ensure that they are especially when we're talking about this part where humans will be responsible to drive part of the time to make sure that they are able to take over. It also helps with a lot of the companies are offering things to help with your mood. Are you stressed? Well, we can meet the Cal Kevin smell, lavender or. Oh my gosh. This is a little bit out there. But again, it's not only are they seen where you're looking. But again, they're they're reading into your to your your emotional based on what your I is telling them on my God. And don't worry. No one is watching you. That's the beauty of this stuff. Is there is not a person watching you? The system is what they've watched so many people they're able to process what it means. When you look a certain way. And so it's not spying. It's nothing like that. At all. This is all a very sophisticated driver monitoring system to ensure that you know, you're able to take over and that you have the best possible experience every now, and then Alex is looking at me, and I would describe it as he's just giving me the stink eye. So I don't know if they can tell that. But maybe it's lavender, Alex. More popcorn smell piped-in. Copper status were ya. We came out of this break down in and amongst the cars to come upstairs in in in the other room. Of course, we mentioned that we were doing some work with the auto tech. They have their annual what they called their science fair, and they had literally dozens and dozens of manufacturers of new products and services on display, and this is again, a great event, and these are big companies like L G, and we already mentioned in while we will talk about Invidia, and hey, I and Electra bitter out there, and then a number of smaller ones that are creating a solution. So this literally is a science fair in the sense that you've got tables laid out there and a number of of scientists or or developers have created an invention. And they've got it on display. I didn't see any of the volcanoes. But but but seriously, they had the pieces the stuff the equipment. I mean, the readers and the oscilloscopes and all sorts of techno. Equipment. I mean, it was as close to adult science fair I've ever been to. Yeah. And you walk down, and they were very excited very passionate about what they're doing. And sometimes again, these were the behind the scenes parts these developments that are good then going to be packaged and in part of the greater solution. Once again, a reminder of the number of people working on it. And how far along they are in some of the ideas, and we'll share those over time as we continue to talk about this transformation of transportation. Unfortunately, we need to take a quick break. Don't go anywhere. We've got another segment we're going to fill in all of the other things that happened that day, and we're looking forward to.
"revilla" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Becky, Lynn with, three things you need to know right now Phoenix police are looking for answers in the disappearance of a nineteen, year old woman who has not been seen or heard from since the first of the month Keira Bergman's disappearances being called suspicious and directs. Boyfriend's been arrested on unrelated charges, primary election day is. Eight days away in several voting rights organizations are. Suing Arizona secretary of state Michelle Reagan they say there are at least five hundred, thousand Arizona. Voters whose addresses have not been updated. In the records and this could cause, trouble for, them on, election, day still no, verdict in the Bank and tax fraud. Trial of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort, the defense now saying it's a good sign Revilla rations will continue for a fourth day tomorrow you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news, station KTAR, news let's check that traffic, again with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic Center thank you Becky, Lynn we're at it we've got about three or four different items on the freeways but that in the what a one I, seventeen, interchange. Finally cleared but I've got about. Four other Exeter all off right. Eastbound one one east to seventh avenue eastbound on the two zero two. Red mountain freeway eastbound McClintock also US sixty two crashes one eastbound at country club off. Right. And another one westbound US sixty west of Alvis that crash also off. Right we've got right times twenty six minutes I ten eastbound. Seventeen split out of the two zero, two Santa, only an extra minute right now on the eastbound two red mountain freeway from the fifty one eastbound over the, one oh one price twenty three minutes eastbound US sixty I ten east out the Ellsworth and fourteen minutes southbound one zero one price from. The two zero two red mountain, dew Santan this traffic. Report brought to you by Christ Church of the. Valley at the center of every business organization in church is a culture join them, at Christ. Church of the valley where though unpack, the core beliefs of the Christian faith Here are your closing numbers for Wall Street today the Dow was up eighty nine points the s&p rose seven while the NASDAQ, was.
"revilla" Discussed on KSRO
"Often, instantly translates into imagery what is happening, in office cool buddy how does it know that. How does it no Because everything is interconnected the mind and the body are not, separate so the body I mean, the body is sending out subtle signs and and information to unconscious mind unconscious mind knows. Exactly what's going in the body going on in the body if you, think about all the autonomous processes in the body that govern the immune system. Or even. Just breathing in all sleep? We carry on? Breathing All of these things are governed by the unconscious so when there's something wrong in the j. makes sense that, we'll get some kind of information about. That. In our dreams even. If it's just on a very kind. Of nights level like for? Example I had a friend who had a terrible headache and make rain, two days and she went to bed and she dreams that she had. A tight metal band? On. Her head and in the, dream she removed it and she woke up and headache gone just physical sensations being translated into imagery symbolic imagery hot is Revilla we're. Talking about lucid, dreaming primarily, Claire how does precompetitive dreaming work I mean that that is something where. You're not attached to your body but you're picking up all the information of. Other things on the outside how does that work yeah when I think of ood humans have an innate ability to be able, to pick up on This kind of information and that. Information is much, more like to come to us in a dream or an ultra state of, consciousness such as deep meditation I mean I don't believe that dreams are confined to the brain I believe that the mind is fostered in the brain and so and so what, dreams dreams a part of our minds. And. They don't we don't. Have the same sense of linear time. In Audrain so so why? Not be able to have a dream of the future or dream of, the farthest and past the movie study dreams the more with finding out. About the vast reach? And. How much information they can give us on every level our dreams part of our sub conscious Tied to the physical Well, no that's the physical but that. Will say absolutely positive the. Unconscious mind the mind so James have, this multi-functions you, know, we can't, say, oh it's just, oh you you dream and it's linked to this one part of yourself because we are, vast and we encompass I think everything I think, consciousness is five Austin and we can actually ever realize and dreams help us to understand. More of, that vastness I mean some of my deepest experiences in lucid, dreams have been once but I've been flying super thought like it feels like faucet in the speed, of light white space three white lights and, had the sense that but. It's not me anymore, it's not, class going you know flying through. The clouds or something it actually just like adult consciousness and these these. Dreams are just incredible. They they show us they take us to different spaces. Ones that we couldn't we couldn't experience if we're in Physical body wide, awake and, I think dreams helps many people. To the death experience as well and you can even train full death. In your lucid dreams. An amazing women could I zen and she was born. With no arms and their legs Oh my gosh. Major major serious health problems all her life and so when. She was in her mid fifties she chose to die in a Swiss. Clinic and so I'm like most of the rest of us. In the world she actually knew her death date so she was a plan to this Yeah. She was able to prepare so so her death and what she'd done for the pasta the year leading up to that she had zen meditation teach a sushi meditates did not and she was. Also an amazing lucid dream up and she used to. Have dreams where, she was floating in white, light and she. Said that those dreams for teaching her to die, because they were teaching death is just a. Transition and that she could go beyond that that something in consciousness would, continue beyond that and so a. Week before she was due to die She had a dream that her Cabras at the. At the clinic standing around taking care of her. And that she died and. Buddy rose up like. A kind of amorphous mass, and and, with, no real shape and then it went out, of her bedroom and it flow to dot she floated up into. The sky and they were all these stars and she, started, playing with these stars and plucking them out of the air and she looked down she still cameras had lit spots if. You know that you, get on fine I liked them. And they send these tiny little stocks of of. Stars ause she was playing with those and she felt amazing and then. She dissolved tonight that was her dream so a week later they you know they she died and it was very sweet because heck Harris then actually did what she experienced in the lucid dreams. They went out onto how can they and they let So. That they could help. Her pre death dreams come, to the, moment, of her death really very lovely just really, touches me every time how much they catch and how they tried. To help Australians come true clear what, is lucid light Yeah so the news tonight is a concept that I explore in. Llewellyn's complete but at least it dreaming this is a really big the acidity, guide that I've written twenty years of work. Has gone into it, and the lucid lights is a blissful light that anyone can experience the fact that. Will time but we find it easier to, experience, in in states. Like meditational lucid dreaming and it's a state of pure conscious awareness it. Seems to me it's all baseline, state of consciousness the states from which all forms of matter arise so, you can get to it in meditation relaxation. And it will, it seems very. Similar or perhaps identical to the nights that people report but when that pronounced clinically dead and then they find themselves moving towards a night or immersed in, light, and it. Gives us a deep spiritual experience it's also very very regenerates have so if you'll feel exhausted and you lie, down and you have Lucid like experience you wake up feeling amazing and it. Has this ability to to revive, tonight's I says well I believe that's the baseline state of consciousness is, this light I think it's the night we. Out to them, that we go. Back into let me die can you lucid dream at a whim Yeah I can I mean can I can say to. Myself tonight I. Will have a lucid dreams you will Yeah. I, mean it's. Not it's, not not everybody has that though it can be very difficult for people. To come That dreams but the more more lucid dreams you have the easier it becomes and. You can also use states of, consciousness that we all go through with falling asleep, such as the hitting the state this is the, pre sleep state whether it just lying down just settling into sleep and we get. These very strange images. And sensations and we can upset those and then go straight into illicit dream by reminding ourselves this is a dream I am dreaming and actually really good time to, become listed in terms of brain. Chemistry is when you sit down for an often in not because your body's tired but your, brain is a lot so. That sets you up to this station to ram sleep? And, have a, vivid lucid. Dreams Claire word. Dreams come from are. They the process of the brain or something else No, I think that I mean the, linked to the brain in the sense that I think the brains more like a kind of radio transmitter I think it's very hard to to say wet. Dreams come from because to see, where they come from we'd, have to know where, we come from ultimately it's one of those huge, questions but I think that the dreaming mind is is something that we can would. Explore on our own. We don't need to have someone telling us this is how you do it and this is what happens because this was not about lucid dreaming enlisted dreams you can, count out your own experiments on. Your own consciousness you can do anything that you want to do an off any questions that, you want to ask dream. And then Graham in one visit gee I became lucid And I I. Asked the dream what a dreams made of and then suddenly everything in this, room, I was in If I can, everything's, dissolving fooling apart. And I'm familiar with that. Reaction from the dreaming, mind that I, just left and I said okay I get it dreams are made of energy and then I said to me this what is energy made, from and the dream sort of stopped shaking around, and then suddenly all these. Amazing chains of light really, luminous amazing light formed all around me and they were everywhere and it was incredibly beautiful. And I wonder Oh dreams a, made from light, that's the kind of experience I've had but you know don't take it from me you can go to.
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"Now trashed by contestants by on social media and whatever being in this position for doing what they've done, whether it's Matt telling the jury day voting out, met them just even having an adviser that didn't choose to have. And everyone was so angry at it. And I just my heart actually break for them that they're in this position, both of them for what they've had to go through that message Revilla still having to lie until now having to wrestle with these ethical decisions. He shouldn't have to decide what the ethics of the jury off. He didn't have production in his ear. Dave help. He's gonna get trashed tribal bad, run, junior. The thing is. Like when Matt did get eliminated dive, probably sh- my we should've brought up in travel and being lied. I'm going to go to see it now. You're not a main good. Yeah. Go ahead of the action story because what he's done now is Mets like like, screw. It might just these screwed him. He's the way that max gain ended because he trusted Dave too much. You know That's why. why didn't play idol. I think right back at it. Dave game is now screwed. He trusted Matt too much if he thought there was going to go there and tell everyone you might have got ahead of it, but he really to believe that wouldn't tell anyone and that's why didn't do it. So he trusted Matt too much. Now he's been blindsided right back. Yeah. Helped each other, get each like gettys get each other so far in the guy. Now. Each other, but boys got to appoint in the guy which is pretty respectable and met plight a pretty impressive guy and diva's too. So the best thing even considering win three proud of actually applying a pretty good game considering even you got this little advantage, it's still you still haven't like you still used it and not just. If used it well, United absolute numskull and didn't I want to do it really complex way Matt from the ghetto chose not have Dave on his tribe that was complicated decision that they then have to manage Dave tools to keep Matt in. That was complicated decision that they then have to manage. So they did do stuff with it. But yeah, my heart breaks for them, I shed some tears. I hope they're okay. I saw an Instagram that they are still friends. That's what's important. That's what we like to hear here. So my heart doubt sedan stop eating people, relying sore gratuity. I rather feel like zoos, get covered. Jinx him in zone. But you say like Larry's. Yeah. All right. Let's talk about tesla here who has now been blindsided at five of the last six Lloyd since Brad voted out. The only time she voted correctly has been the unanimous vote against e. would use a great record this. It should be impossible to be blindsided really when you have a mutiny at the final four, but she's the first person in history to be totally blindsided here by every person in the game, including the POS and who goes home. What did you think of Tesco. It's funny. Hilarious, because. She's got that big girl rain. Munich license shoes, I would to Konda maybe dictate where she wanted to like. Mike, having an end to get blondes on. It's I'm of like. like, just give birth. But look. A couple of things in this episode at one hundred about with tests that kind of annoyed me. I need to pay attention to it. So she says in one confessional that she's in the final three, not because you had an alliance or someone helped to this pays me because it's like you're probably going to win. It's day Cody ADA whatever. Hughley you know, by now you understand the game enough to know that alliances on helping you there. That's kind of like the point. At least that's an incredibly viable strategy of getting to the end north just winning your weight again by having no friends because you work with anyone. So this really pained me..
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"By bullets on state route five oh nine busy highway not far from seattle tacoma international airport no one was hurt but the gunshots have brought a large law enforcement response with a number of different agencies working together to try to find the shooter in addition to snarling that roadway a runway at the airport has also been shut down we're told out of an abundance of caution with no major delays expected bill o'neil abc news seattle after four years of waiting for soccer fans it's here the world cup starts in russia abc's patrick revilla's is in moscow has more on what to expect today will play saudi arabia in an opening game in moscow the monthlong tournament will be played in eleven cities across almost two thousand miles of three billion people are expected to watch there's intense security amid fears of potential terror attacks and as police head off any fan violence also watching the opening ceremony will be ladimir putin reveling in the world attention patrick regal abc news moscow today is flag day honoring the adoption of the american flag by the continental congress in seventeen seventy seven arc with displays of the flag and recitations of the pledge of allegiance this is abc news komo news time twelve oh four komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours in seattle northbound i five at five twenty a collision continues to block the left center lane and in the five area southbound i five at fifty four th avenue a collision that was blocking two left lanes so i'll has now been moved to the right shoulder so traffic getting by a lot better now this report is brought to you by layla resort and casino discovered the gaming power.
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"I am irene o'connor with channel 3 eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut after the school shooting in florida many people have been reporting threats to schools a colchester teen is the latest in connecticut to face charges after police say he threatened to school online police say 18yearold nicholas spurred asmita post on instagram suggesting bacon academy would be the target of a shooting brutus a former student at the school reportedly showed a picture of the storm in douglas high school shooting in florida and wrote this is going to be bacon soon burtless told police it was just a prank officers say the team does not possess weapons of any kind happening today in hartford the police departments 23rd chief of police will be sworn in david rose auto will officially takeover as the department's top official he was approved by the city council after previous chief james revilla announce his retirement back in september ceremony is at five thirty tonight at bocac high school in the auditorium today congresswoman roseta laura we'll holds a town hall meeting to discuss the new tax laws impact on working and middle class families to loro is expected to make opening remarks and then answer questions the town hall starts at six o'clock tonight at harry m barely middle school in west haven those a some your headlines here on this thursday i am i read o'connor with channel 3 eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut channel three early warning weather from the talk of connecticut a win three mix today with a high of.
"revilla" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"To arming teachers to arming school official to tightening background check so the the problem is getting any of this through congress you know the democrats are opposed to arming teachers the republicans are opposed to tightening background checks is so at the getting it done is in a problem you know if the proposal is the easy part and i give the president ought allotted credit for of being willing to afloat some proposals that that fly in the face of his base yeah but getting it through congress is going to be the problem will they do something about pumped stock will say will they do something about you know g raising the age that you need to beat her own and they are fifteen you'll see bottom you know with this congress in the money that the nra portion to it i'm not terribly optimistic the stock things seems to be the easiest thing if they could do nobody really needs it why is it there it should be it should be outlawed but none of this with a gun laws seemed to be simple and by any stretch of imagination and i agree with france until you have real change in congress until you until you start getting rid of some of these people in europe being bought and sold by the nra changes not known to happen it's heartbreaking to see these families crying and and and you know in front of the president in front of local lawmakers in front of national lawmakers but until somebody on both sides steps up and says we're going to make a change in here's how we're going to do it i think it's much the door nothing sadly at the hopefully they'll get they'll get their nazi we're going to goodwill did where he will break a as hindu news and congressman cummings endurance by sydney study says the hudson river is loaded with pharmaceutical drugs apparently for revilla's his study was conducted over two months they thought compounds from sixteen differ medications hey i'm not even gonna pay my deductible on trumpeting for his rhetoric water i mean when i have to pay for prescriptions i'm gonna jump in i wonder if that size thirty six it's six thirty if i were i'll you know what i want to do i want to save you thought because we have to stay on the story this is gold right i also wanna talk to you.
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"Variety of artists in new orleans stole the fbi the only stripper they knew by the name of kitty who worked in new orleans area was kitty reveal he advise revilla committed suicide their number of other names that were mentioned uh they were jagger hoover had been tracking people like jack ruby the army oswald a and and tippett other guy of the judge said jd tippett heaves the john f kennedy lookalike there was allegedly killed by lee harvey oswald fortyfive minutes after the assassination of get jfk we have a man with his tonight rodman kinsey whose all eyes dame's i'm talking about you know these people kelly k hooves doors targeted vara go ahead the microbes candy came more from me later on circuses bul veins okay i nor a pretty well i knew jada who was uh confront our shoes from muscles club's new orleans or home i know saying and our cell exander who is this the cashier in there at the gas you also jd tip it in your daily tiven asians strip a us now i know mer goose fresh dallas shlomit drag me a pair run the safe us so you're at a safe house from ostrich damn jean kahn well same jiakun room the iasc lectures the defence industrial security secure go car command yeah okay so you you're my hand as last were so you you ran that and you were the aware of a lot of what was talked about in what will he owes that yeah i know the papers have dropped names like brazelle lee and others milteer um i didn't know miltiary i know bottom by hino petito the guy that then when they heard his name and arab may have that at oran ninety show he was a white supremacist result zoologist karolinska uh and he said that he knew that the from the surgeon general's report the kennedy had been shot several bullets not just embrace at that the day after was the only people who need an saying it was the media everybody says for many more shots and what at one charger and rotin causing all was considered a suspect any very simple ways right an the fbi have been tracking a for other things regrets it was communist dealing yeah and they were saying subway according.
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"revilla" Discussed on KOIL
"Ricoh pouring off the second major hurricane bearing down on the island in less than two weeks flies to san juan usually packed with tourists day mostly residents scrambling to get back home maria now poised to make a direct hits abc's rod marsciano in san juan on the georgia tech campus on police cruiser engulfed in flames into officers injured as protests became violent over a police shooting of a students who was allegedly brandishing a knife the students family says he called police on himself as he suffered a mental breakdown the deadly force was a necessary streets are clear are now also calm after a four th none of protest in st louis meanwhile an earthquake in la small by it standards a three point six and westwood president trump will call out the quote shared menace of iran in north korea in his address to the un later this morning tensions are higher on the korean peninsula right now on monday the president chatted with chinese president xi jinping we discuss some of the obvious things and we discuss to trade and we also discussed to go north korea while russia also on the radar abc's patrick revilla's in saint petersburg the troops maneuvering on this huge muddy plainclothes to saint petersburg or a glimpse of always being cooled some of russia's biggest military exercises since the cold war russia iran's wealth thousands involved with nato says the real number is like you perhaps as many as one hundred thousand drills simulate a russian response to an attack from a fictional country russia insists drills are entirely to vincent.
"revilla" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Well i headed down the hall to meet a colleague of palomas he could tell me the answer monograms roja hardy not been working on flies zones longer i care to think really maybe something like seven hundred million years ago the probably were organisms that had lightsensitive cells it seems that there were probably two different sorts of large sensitive sells one that's found in the eyes of flies that we cool mike revilla folks receptors and one that we find in our own eyes these what we call rods and cones it seems rather clear that this might crew villa structure of the fly it's more sensitive in terms of being able to give a large signal to the tiniest amount of like and it can also respond faster than the photoreceptors the rods and cones in the verge bataille so if i was suddenly to see like a fly it would be as if i sort of got into slightly are maybe prefer to think of it is just things that are moving at speed on up blood for fly but they are blood for us professor hoti measured something called the photo receptor a flies i that's the pet the detect slight and sends an electrical signal back to the brain so using tiny loss electrodes and flushing led lights on and off he can measure how far off the light needs to flesh before it stopped being picked up as a distinct signal by the eye so this point represents the flick of fusion rate the flick of fusion right is simply home forced a light has to be turning on an awful flickering until its perceived or seen as a continuous light and flies as can be up to four hundred times to second and in humans under the best conditions never more than about eighty if a flies i can send up to four hundred flashes of light a second to the flies' brain and my eyes pick up around eighty tops this means that the flies' computing about five times the visual information per second that you are righty.
"revilla" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The experience of running underground regulate can i cry and do all of that and so when you have someone who matt that's true in fact he snapped photos last week of what he says with an illegal kayak tour operation in mccoy lozano filed a complaint with deal in our but says no action was taken take all of your permission to call you the follow up we go where are they overlook your heart there under pundit underground heart for them to be working time the agency responsible doesn't disagree rand apartment enforcement officer called him helms says he brands into some kind of illegal activity at least once a week their prey thirty elusive while they're out there the head of the department's division of conservation and resources enforcement says he currently has twenty openings for don't care officers with during our best to enforce the laws of to minimise the conflicts with the various users who are out of our ocean waters every day sure operator lozano says he just wants more officers patrolling the area any ridic beach and they can educate people in your programme yogurt scourge illegal operation we also asks offices whether state laws are tough enough at and forced the ball face always willing to look at that for hawaii news now i'm bathtub there thanks for the white that that update air and let you know one of those voices virtual worlds i eat in a minute but also yard of jason revilla adokie are deputy chief and you know it is a big job they do have a bunch of openings at if you are so inclined you got a young people in your family they're looking for good career that is a very rewarding career and the other was your was of course victor lucero victors president of the dolphin occurred z also has a spinner's cafe and puts on the wonderful spinners i shoot up and so we really really do sympathise with victories coming from because he dot the i's across disney's totally legal is illegal operators are taken away now they should if they have a good righteous up recently can do the just struggle get legal and that every but he lift the best that competition takeover but when you could someone is unlicensed and dredging cash under.
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"Here's more lives you'll be talking about on twelve fifty wtma and wtma died come i'm predatory hits dental anew option for the east of the kouba regional stadium was presented last night during addressing geli school district community meeting the district explained the two off shins on the table these difference between the two options is that in the first of the two options most of the fans would have to park in cross carolina park boulevard so they create a challenge with making sure that people can cross safely and we make it safe for the truth the drivers is well and and were were prepared to develop a plan to address that but that is a challenge that doesn't doesn't occur an option to which is building the high school buildings dave anwander high school campus the new regional stadium is said to hold football games for wando high school the future lucy begam high school as well as a future high school and on dole the original eighteen milliondollar option had the six thousand seat stadium going up in the new carolina par neighborhood which drew a lot of backlash ramoser living in the community the circuit court has ruled not to accept a mother's appeal in a case of lewis skip reveal revilla's employees you pleaded guilty in 2012 nearly two dozen child sex charges and was sentenced to fifty years in prison an unnamed mother says her son was a victim of rebuild who severed emotional damage is because of a sexual assault by reveal at a summer camp yesterday a court upheld a ruling saying the mother did not show enough evidence to prove that her our son server to motion all damage in a civil suit what officials were georgia's judiciary to address rumors yesterday via social media of use school.