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"san pedro de atacama" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

07:56 min | 4 months ago

"san pedro de atacama" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"England scotland ireland. Italy sounds great. okay keep. let's keep that on the list. Ethics discuss cubicle. Brazil chile sri lanka onto yet. She is awesome through. All of these places are amazing but she likes greatest place i've ever been. I have an and love for sri lanka that knows no bounds. okay but which. Which of those places do you want some bullet points on. I've never done any research. Remarka- really i've been hearing about it but it's a very small islands you if you're torres you don't need to rent a car because it's so small that people are very willing to driving places. A lot of people are just like down to drop whatever and help tourists because tourists bring money in. it's cool When i when we got there the guy who drove us from the airport to our hotel in the capital city who we didn't want we were living in new york at the time so we didn't really check out the city when there was like other all sorts of stuff guys driving he goes. Oh where's your next stop. We're go we're going to this place called gold coast. He goes you gotta ride. We're like no he's like i can come pick you up again tomorrow. Just drive you down there. We're like yeah. how much is it and it was. It was a couple of hours drive. And you'll really understand this. The analogy is distance wise and time wise. It would be like. He gave us a ride to philly from new york for like thirty bucks. Yeah and there's almost no american tourists and a lot of the other countries that do frequented their countries that don't have tipping system. So they're like site on americans because they're like hey that'll be x amount of money and then really cool and here's twenty percent more from them. They're just awesome. And we're like yeah no you you work hard you only charge me twenty five bucks for this ride. Make it thirty like so. You don't need a car. They have these things to took so that you can drive around cities in where it's like these little buggies people giren. The food is amazing. The sites are amazing. Everything's and most of all just in my experience is the kindest people just the kindest most welcoming people i've ever been around where we go back to one of those places. Which would it be. If i could only go back to one. It would be sri lanka. I love chile. Even though we put ourselves in some really ill-advised danger there through lack of research. We drove from the cities with a friend of mine. Got married and place zap. And then we hung out in valparaiso little bit santiago little bit. Those cities are incredible. It's just cool. Artsy cities they have these old funicular elevators uphills. And then there's all the street art then we went to this place called san pedro de atacama in the desert north and we decided to drive. We should have flown. 'cause it's just like a trucking route through a desert i. It was not the smartest thing for us to do that. But san pedro data comma. Actually now that you mention it that that is a place that felt like actual magic. It was in the middle of a desert in chile. I'm talking a desert. I'm talking you drive for hours and you don't pass any towns and all of a sudden there's this oasis of town that's just like artsy with all these amazing restaurants and things to do and again co very kind people very kind people. It sounds beautiful. I've got my first vacation coming up from that whole year. Stint of just working going over to nevada area gonna drive and and Just enjoy the hiking. Enjoy the sights on the marriage side about. I've never been far west. You're gonna drive from nevada first of all driving cross country as an american. I almost feel like it should be required. I've been daydreaming about how to start some initiative and figure out like you need. You need to travel this country ground level. You can't just fight over. You need to meet people. You need to eat at local places there you go. Upstate is. I mean really open your world it absolutely changes your opinion of of like how we actually function versus like the way the internet tells us we do but i gotta say for took it all i guess right after lutely. Yeah you you cut through. All the mike the basic level stuff and your life is layered and people are people and that's cool and i will say though for somebody who has spent seven days a week driving surpri surprised you wanna do a roach. It see some Different stuff you know. I'm so used to seeing the same couple of blocks that Yeah we'll stir-crazy get who you going with my family Nice my mom and my brothers very excited. Nice i've I've done one trip before i was not. I guess i'll cross country but it was pretty long. I went from here to texas with friend. Get hall her a convention. Yeah oh my goodness. I i have Mild nor klutzy. So it made some of the driving. Maybe a little scary okay. All right yeah. That's all right. Yeah that doesn't again. You drive all time. Let's concern but that's okay. That's a cam not want to judge what berries the i got you. I mean you are yet. Is it narcolepsy or is it that a heartless and that's operating with no heart right now is driving into the ground. I'm sure there's debate to be had there. Yes by debate to do you know what route you're taking to go to nevada. That's a good question. i do not know. I've driven cross country. Five times i can. I highly recommend. I have many romantic. Have a lot of romantic love of following old route sixty six. That's my let's go to. I think that's probably gonna be the one right. I mean historic. Yeah it's not the quickest route but you get to see a lot of places that are like clearly used to be thriving and oftentimes it can be a little sad but then you find places are still hanging on and it's really beautiful. It's really beautiful. Awesome more excited than anything. It's just The trip to get there. Yeah that's the real. That's the real race. The journey not the destination although the destination sounds great too modest. Great though for all hiking going to vermont alone constricted grand the magic. I was going to ask. Yeah the grand canyon. I gotta say it exceeds expectation in my opinion. Okay all right. 'cause he's seen it in movies and pictures and stuff but when you're standing there is it kind of is unfathomable what you're looking at highly worse it and fun fact. There's a post office. That's ride meals down to the bomb. The grand canyon to deliver to Reserves down there to who. You are a native american camps down there. Oh got it got it got. That's awesome. it's awesome did you. You're twenty three. You got your job a year ago. Am i assuming this was after college graduation. I did some move around. I did call about a half halfway down through college Then it took a little break. Just have one of those twenty something year old Try to find yourself things. Nece necessary live up and down the country a little or up and down the east coast.

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"san pedro de atacama" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"san pedro de atacama" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Right okay. What is a lot. Easier is chemical formula which is c three h two three carbon atoms. Two hundred with a name like that. You'd think out you know. Dozens of different elements in oxygen and nitrogen. Rest of it. But no c. Three h two a cyclope Panel idea i think that And it's as simple carbon-based component as they say to to to talk about a combination but the the excitement comes from the fact that it may be a precursor to more complex carbon containing compounds which is all about life as we so often end up talking about How was it found by the alma telescope. once again the atacama large millimeter submillimeter array in northern chile. Not far from san pedro de atacama Way up that. It's about five thousand meters. Top end of the of the hill on which the telescope is mounted on what what scientists were doing was essentially looking at the spectrum of titan's atmosphere in the millimeter wave region And so he's find lots and lots of features the spectral features that either. Absorption or emission lines simon in visible light spectroscopy. Where you break things up with the prison to bit more complicated for millimeter. Wave spectroscopy but scientists will looking through that looking at the whole series of spectral signatures from alma and they found this chemical fingerprint is a lovely quote from connor. Nixon who's a planetary scientist at nasa goddard. Space flight center is actually a leader of the research. And he said when. I realized i was looking at cyclo. Penali- my first thought was well. This is really expect a understatement. It's very nice and so we have you know. In the world of science we we do know of the existence of c three h two elsewhere in space most notably in clouds of gas clouds Hit light nebulous essentially index pace. And the the the interesting part about it is this stuff tends to like to react with other chemicals and so hit in in deep space where you're looking at gas clouds nabulsi and you find date you can sort of e can come to terms with that because a these places are almost vacuum that that very very low density gases if you've got cyclic propel alighting practicing. I think that might be how you pronounce it. Just perfect it and then someone will give the throne. Yeah yeah yeah. I'll have to go find some chemists friends anyway The the the thing about these rat. Sorry rarefied gas clouds in space is. The molecules are a long way apart so even though the stuff loves to react with other molecules it can't find a and that's it. That's the rationale for finding in these Distant gas clouds in our galaxy but then a planetary atmosphere is quite different from that. You know some the on the much high pressure. It's rarified these outer edges but it's much higher pressure and so the a lot more molecules in titan's atmosphere in close proximity to c three h two so the question is how does it survive. Where does it come from. And the In fact the nasa press release puts it perfectly says dense atmosphere like titans. Hives of chemical activity a. That's why this this particular observation is of interest because it makes you wonder where the three inch to is coming from..

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"san pedro de atacama" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"san pedro de atacama" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Okay. What is a lot. Easier is chemical formula which is c three h two three carbon atoms. Two hundred with a name like not. You'd think it out. You know. Dozens of different elements in oxygen and nitrogen all but no c three h two cyclope Panel i think that said And it's as simple carbon-based component. Does they say to to to talks about in combination but the the excitement comes from the fact that it may be a precursor to more complex carbon containing compounds which is all about life as we so often end up talking about. How was it found by the alma telescope. once again the atacama large millimeter submillimeter array in northern chile. Not very far. From san pedro de atacama Way up that. It's about five thousand meters top of the of the hill on which the telescope mounted on what what scientists were doing was essentially looking at the spectrum of titan's atmosphere in the millimetre wave region And so he's fine and lots of features the spectral features that either. Absorption or emission lines race assignment in visible light. Spectroscopy where you break things up with the prison today. More complicated for millimeter wave spectroscopy but scientists were looking through that looking at the whole series of spectral signatures from alma and they found this chemical fingerprint and is a lovely quote from khanna nixon who's a planetary scientists nassar's goddard space flight center is actually a leader of the research and he said when i realized i was looking at cyclo panel. Id i i thought was well. This is really expect about understatement. It's very nice. And so we have you know. In the world of science we we do know of the existence of c three h two elsewhere in space most notably in clouds of gas. Gas clouds. Hit light nebula essentially in space and the the interesting part about it. Is this stuff tends to like to react with other chemicals. And so Hit in in deep space where you're looking at gas clouds nabulsi and you find it you can sort of e can can come to terms with that because these places are almost vacuum that that very very low density gasoline's if you've got cyclic propen alighting practicing since i think that might be you pronounce it just perfect it and then someone will give the throne. Yeah oh yeah. I'll have to go find some chemists friends anyway. The the thing about these rat sorry rarefied gas clouds in space is the molecules are a long way apart. So the stuff loves to react with other molecules. It can't find any and that's that's the rationale for finding in these a distant gas clouds in our galaxy but in a planetary atmosphere is quite different from that sound on the much high pressure. It's rarified on these outer edges but the much higher pressure and so the molecules in titan's atmosphere in close proximity to c three h two. So the question is how does it survive. where does it come from. And the in fact the press release puts it perfectly it says dense atmosphere like titans hives of chemical activity. And that's why this. This particular observation is of interest because it makes you wonder where the three is coming from..

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