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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"That can be no doubt this spaceship was along with an hour soda. There is on the planet but it could have come from Venus the Morningstar there's there's a reason we haven't had any visitors from Venus in real life. It's pretty much the worst place you could imagine crushing pressures from a super dense carbon urban dioxide atmosphere solf uric acid clouds and rain a surface temperature of four hundred sixty two degrees Celsius. That's hot enough to melt lead. If it were possible to visit Venus you wouldn't last there very long in fact even the most durable robotic pro we've ever sent the Venus. The Russian venire thirteen only lasted about two hours before it succumbed to the horrible conditions but it may not have always been that way Venus may have been habitable once that's according to new work by Dr Michael Way a researcher with NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York Mark and his team. They think that for a few billion years Venus might've been a second big blue marble in our solar system Dr Way welcome to corks and quirks. Thank you glad to be here now. vitas today is just perfectly awful. How do you think it was possible that it might have been more like the earth from the past? Well I mean all of our models rely on upon the idea that an early Venus would've had surfaced liquid water available and if you have syphis liquid water available the ball on such a slowly spinning world you can create we would probably call them. Super Large sort of anvil clouds at the point where the sun is most directly the facing the planet and those clouds were so effective at this what we call the sub stellar point that they blocked most of the radiation and the liquid water on the surface could remain in there and would remain there for billions of years okay so Venus rotates much more slowly than the earth like how long has day. They're a solar dan Venus's about one hundred seventeen times as long as an earth solar day. So are you suggesting that in the early days of our solar system when the planets were there were two blue planets the earth and Venus that that is what we believe so what evidence do you have to support that while there is some evidence from missions to Venus that there are some rock formations semaines that look a bit like to like us to Granitz and we believe that most grants that we see on the surface of earth formed under conditions requiring water another piece of evidence we have is that we've measured larger amounts of deterioration to hydrogen in the atmosphere and that leads us to believe that Venus may have had as much water as shallow the oceans worth on the surface up to three hundred meters deep so then how did you ask study how Venus evolved over time while we put what we we know about this early ideas about Venus into a general circulation model the kind of models that are used for weather prediction and climate prediction. We put everything thing we know about Venus we put it's a slow spin rate and we put an atmosphere that is mostly carbon dioxide around the same density as our present day atmosphere but purely carbon dioxide oxide as we believe the early Earth had and we let the model move in time we give it more incident sunlight as we expected had four billion years ago and we see what what sorts of surface temperatures the model produces and the temperatures we produce our moderate temperatures and then we let that a model volve in time for a few thousand ears than we stop it there. We started again about three billion years ago. We give it more of a modern earth atmosphere. Being nitrogen dominated atmosphere like our atmosphere is today and again the planet appears to have moderate surface temperatures because of this cloud effect then we do one more simulation at around seven hundred million years ago again with a nitrogen atmosphere and again we see moderate surface temperatures but of course Venus is not moderate today so we believe something has happened between that time I'm at seven hundred million years ago and what we see today. When you say moderate temperatures what was it like on Venus depending on the kind of atmosphere reuse between fifteen degrees centigrade the mean surface temperature and thirty degrees centigrade for the mean surface temperature well? That's pretty nice. It's not bad I mean it's it's within what we'll be called. Temperate reasonable temperatures. You're saying that the earth and Venus sort of evolved in parallel ways up to a certain point I started out with a carbon dioxide atmosphere developed into a nitrogen atmosphere like we have here on earth water on the surface clouds had just rotated slowly but then something happened seven hundred million years ago that turned it into the hellish world we know today what was that event will again. We we don't know for sure what's going on because Venus's of course one of the most underexplored explored planets in our solar system but we do see some strange things on the surface of Venus it looks like from crater counts from imaging missions like Magellan back in the eighties that eighty percent of the surface of Venus is relatively new. It's been formed in the last roughly seven hundred million years and we believe that a series of events that took place over tens or hundreds of millions of years were involved in resurfacing the planet as we see it today and that events or that event or events that happened over those tens to hundreds of millions of years would have dumped tremendous amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and and would give us the atmosphere we see today part of our theory would be that enough. Carbon Dioxide was released through these volcanic events that the planet warmed up and that fits in nicely in a way with earth because if you took all the carbon inside locked up in Earth's rocks today and you put those into the atmosphere you would end up with an atmosphere. That's similar to what we see Venus today about ninety an atmosphere about ninety times as dense as our atmosphere but made almost purely of carbon dioxide with a few percent of nitrogen so if Phoenix had this volcanic activity in all the carbon dioxide went into the air. Why wasn't it then reabsorbed by Iraq was here on earth because we have wells as well right absolutely they've excellent question so four the carbonate silicate cycle to work which is what reabsorbed the carbon dioxide from our atmosphere back into the Earth's crust? You need to have water and you need to have what we call. Subjective Plate Plate tectonics the planet warmed up a lot of the water for the punt was lost. We believe waters required for seductive plate tectonics and hence without water the plate tectonics onyx which shut down and you'd end up what we call a stagnant lid plate single planet like we see today on Venus where you have no way to do what we term volatile cycling thing you have nowhere to put the carbon dioxide. It doesn't know where to go has no way to react with the surface and therefore it stays in the atmosphere and that's what we see on Venus today during during the time that Venus was Cooler Nicer and had water on its surface clouds would that have been an environment that could have been habitable for life absolutely that's what we believe and we know that life has been here for billions of years in a filled every ecological niche and it would have done the same on Venus if Venus would have had habitable conditions over these billions of years while the sense of what it would be like to stand on Venus if you could if you could protect yourself in some way and actually get onto service yeah we have some idea I think it would be kind of dark a bit reddish public because the surfaces oxidized like Marris's it'd be like being at the bottom of one thousand meter deep ocean so the atmosphere wouldn't move very quickly but when it did move you would feel it wow and scorching hot. You could cook your pizza just by laying it on the ground. You would definitely burn your pizza few later. Thank thank you very much for your time. Thank you Bob. I enjoyed our chat. Dr Michael Way is a researcher with NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York. How many of you may know that I'm an avid motorcyclist? I love exploring the back roads of North America in my bike but you have to be very very careful out there. One of my worst scares was when I was eighteen. I was riding along when a car suddenly pulled out in front of me at an intersection I had no time to stop and I ended up t-bone in the car. Fortunately.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on KGO 810

"He expressed a desire to attack twenty twenty democratic candidate Beto o'rourke and American news network and join a far right Ukrainian paramilitary group the twenty four year old from Fort Riley was charged in federal court with one count of distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction. the Iranian leader Hassan Rohani has landed in New York for the UN General Assembly but the Iranian leader won't be allowed to see much of the Big Apple while he is here Iran's president is subject to the same strict travel restrictions imposed on staff at the Iranian mission to the United Nations which happened in July under the restrictions for Hannah you can not venture far from the U. when headquarters which sit on the East River on the eastern side of Manhattan island the US government is granted him special authorization the stay at a hotel however were Haney is due to address the General Assembly and hold a press conference on Wednesday his visit comes during heightened tensions between the United States and Iran and amid speculation about whether he will meet with president Donald Trump or not and have you as you well know the latest issues of course is the bombing of the Saudi Arabian oil feels Y. E. X. the who tease out of Yemen they think or maybe around supplied it they don't know for sure but that's a big issue and of course the rants continuing work toward their new programmers Dr Jerome Corsi author of atomic around Jerry what's what's the latest that were you here in my friend well George I think the there will be no meeting at the United Nations between Iran's Ronnie president trump I don't see any possibility of that although arrange the other nations will ranges so to appear at different times. and with the tensions as high as they are right now I don't think president trump is pursuing any idea neither is a raw on the of the two heads of state meeting so I discount the possibility of of that all together. and I think the tensions are gonna remain high although I do not think president trump is going to authorize quickly or maybe at all a military strike and I'm pleased that there will be no military strike yeah they seem to be a really huge standing back on this one right now the the Saudis are too I would've thought they might have done something by now what I think George around once war they want the truth is these economic sanctions that president trump is imposed on around have been very punishing. right now the more laws the religious leaders controlling around are hard pressed economically within around it that. this is destabilize this leadership internally and that's a that's a positive pressure war will further destabilize the Middle East and just play the interests advantages of Iran which would like to be a P. is to stop the violence and I think president trump is wise to not fall into that trap of militaries I've always said George new you know we've been together on this issue probably fifteen years and I've always said that war is not the solution in the Middle East is the problem exactly jury thanks let's stay in touch this story could still get bigger and bigger Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Gantz launch negotiations over a proposed Israeli unity government and the key pulled politician so the focus was on who would lead at first under a rotation deal after failing to secure a clear victory in the second election in six months Netanyahu's Israel's longest serving premier seems to reckon that he can stay in power only by sharing it we'll see what happens there human infections of the deadly virus that's associated with horses has tripled our New Jersey in just a metal matter of weeks and there's evidence that it spread to thirteen counties in the state the New Jersey department of health says sixty five Miskito samples of tested positive for the eastern equine encephalitis virus also referred to was he he. sad story over the weekend celebrity chef Carl Ruiz is the best known for his appearances on the Food Network died suddenly Saturday he was only forty four years old the story with that we have in our highlight reel it coast to coast AM dot com researchers have discovered a hidden continent on earth wants not of Lantis they founded while reconstructing the evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips would cease from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows the United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor scribe what's your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the court welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do well with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit well George a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the plan is to it is what it is today a planet that has those days longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what a Japanese spacecraft that could simply. other Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen the circle the globe clearance for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Kate to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there one that potential planet because it's around the red dwarf star George finally and allies guy as we mentioned follows in the air the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging and then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday is the time to see thanks guy objects but this guy.

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KTRH

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on KTRH

"The evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips with sees from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows the United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor scribe what your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of course welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months but we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do not all with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit but George a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the plan is to it what it is today a planet that has a day longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what the Japanese spacecraft acted suki this particular Japanese spacecraft detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen. the circle the globe there in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Kate to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there on that potential planet because it's around the red dwarf star George finally and alive Scott as we mentioned falls in the year the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday is the time to see thanks guy objects this guy always reminds everyone was remember to.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips would cease from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor sky what your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the course welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do not all with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit which was a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the pundits who it is what it is today a planet that has a day longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what a Japanese spacecraft acted suki. other Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen the circle the globe player in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Cape to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there on that potential planet because it's around the red WordStar but George finally in the lives guy as we mentioned falls in the year the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging and then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday is the time to see thanks guy objects doctors guy always reminds everyone always remember to keep your eyes to the skies email me at D. R. skyline doctors got a show at G..

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NewsRadio KFBK

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From the city of angels near the Pacific Ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world I'm George nor you walk of the coast to coast AM later tonight the invisible crime. goodbye summer hello autumn. you just click and click conflict is what's happening. an army soldier has been arrested in Kansas after the F. B. I. said he expressed a desire to attack twenty twenty democratic candidate Beto o'rourke and American news network and join a far right Ukrainian paramilitary groups the twenty four year old from Fort Riley was charged in federal court with one count of distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction. the Iranian leader Hassan Rohani has landed in New York for the UN General Assembly but the Iranian leader won't be allowed to see much of the Big Apple while he is here Iran's president is subject to the same strict travel restrictions imposed on staff at the Iranian mission to the United Nations which happened in July under the restrictions were Hannah you can not venture far from the U. when headquarters which sit on the East River on the eastern side of Manhattan island the US government is granted him special authorization the stay at a hotel however were Haney is due to address the General Assembly and hold a press conference on Wednesday his visit comes during heightened tensions between the United States and Iran and amid speculation about whether he will meet with president Donald Trump or not and have you as you well know the latest issues of course is the bombing of the Saudi Arabian oil feels Y. E. X. the who tease out of Yemen they think or maybe around supplied it they don't know for sure but that's a big issue and of course the rants continuing work toward their new programmers Dr Jerome Corsi author of atomic around Jerry what's what's the latest what are you here in my friend well George I think the there will be no meeting at the United Nations between Iran's Rohani president trump I don't see any possibility of that although arrange the United Nations will ranges so to appear at different times. and with the tensions as high as they are right now I don't think president trump is pursuing any idea neither is a rock on the of the two heads of state meeting so I discount the possibility of of that all together. and I think the tension to gonna remain high although I do not think president trump is can authorize quickly or maybe at all a military strike and I'm pleased that there will be no military strike yeah they seem to be a really standing back on this one right now the the Saudis are too I would've thought they might have done something by now what I think Georgia ran once war they want the truth is these economic sanctions that president trump is imposed on a rat have been very punishing. and right now the will of the religious leaders controlling around are are hard pressed economically within around that threatens to destabilize this leadership internally and that's a that's a positive pressure war will further destabilize the Middle East and just play the interest vanishes of Iran which would like to be a P. is to stop the violence and I think president trump is wise to not fall into that trap of militaries I've always said George new you know we've been together on this issue probably fifteen years I've always said that war is not the solution in the Middle East the problem exactly jury thanks let's stay in touch this story could still get bigger and bigger Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Ganz launch negotiations over a proposed Israeli unity government and the key pulled politician so the focus was on who would lead at first under a rotation deal after failing to secure a clear victory in the second election in six months Netanyahu's Israel's longest serving premier seems to reckon that he can stay in power only by sharing it we'll see what happens there human infections of the deadly virus that's associated with horses has tripled our New Jersey in just a metal matter of weeks and there's evidence that it spread to thirteen counties in the state the New Jersey department of health says sixty five Miskito samples of tested positive for the eastern equine encephalitis virus also referred to was E. E. E.. Chad story over the weekend celebrity chef Carl Ruiz is the best known for his appearances on the Food Network died suddenly Saturday he was only forty four years old the story with that we have in our highlight reel it coast to coast AM dot com researchers have discovered a hidden continent on earth wants not of Lantis they founded while reconstructing the evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which rises with the moon ranges and dips would cease from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the U. S. armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor scribe what your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the course welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months but we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do not all with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit which was a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from Wisconsin volcanic activity transform the pundits who it is what it is today a planet that has a stay longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what a Japanese spacecraft after its suki. other Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen the circle the globe player in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets key to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there one that potential planet because it's around the red dwarf star but George finally in the live sky as we mentioned follows in the air the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday a good time to see thanks guy objects but this guy always reminds everyone was remember to keep your eyes to.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The Food Network died suddenly Saturday he was only forty four years old the story with that we have in our highlight reel it coast to coast AM dot com researchers have discovered a hidden continent on earth wants not of Lantis they founded while reconstructing the evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips with sees from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas peaked at just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor scribe what's your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the court welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months but we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do well with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit which was a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the pundits who it is what it is today a planet that has a day longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what the Japanese spacecraft that could suki this particular Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen. the circle the globe there in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Kate to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there on that potential planet because it's around the red dwarf star George finally in the lives guy as we mentioned follows in the air the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth.

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710 WOR

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And by the book as a gift for the people you love and the causes you love so we talked a lot today the subject of a graying divorce we talked about this stretch irate concept the death of the stretch that is getting more and more more more press in what is alarming is also more more of you are getting divorced as you head over fifty and that is causing a significant problem for many people who are older you know also New York New Jersey area lost five thousand seven hundred million years in twenty eighteen and so lots going on be where marketwatch an article be where the IRS is eyeing your inherited money so it's finally getting picked up one little notice tax drugs already on the table another waits in the wings bill Bischoff says this secure act would eliminate big tax advantages for IRA beneficiaries the other dream thing is by the American council for life insurance is for this so therefore the passing of the secure act so they're big lobbying groups behind that whiny because if the secure act passes one of the only ways to pass your IRA's with minimal taxation bureau author life insurance the the stretch irae will be eliminate one of the perils of being well off is the constant risk that the federal government end or your friendly state and local tax collectors will figure out new and creative ways to **** more of your wealth especially wealthy you earn the old fashioned way by inheriting to raise your paranoid to the appropriate level you're too many things to worry about number one the secure act would eliminate big tax advantages for IRA beneficiaries bottom line sorry to bring you bad tidings but you now know what you need to know and.

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AP News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

"Two twenty eight nineteen giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and Nastase list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on. Its impact dangerous scale scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and the United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. U n report says the world's thirst for fresh water is causing a salty problem. The study by researchers from Canada, the Netherlands and South Korea on diesel nation plots around the world producing enough Brian waste to swamp an area the size of Florida with a foot of salty water every year, researchers won't that much of the Brian is being dumped untreated into the sea and some is causing harm to see life because of toxic chemicals, the researchers called better Brian management, especially in countries like Saudi Arabia which rely heavily on desalinating. They noted that studies have shown Brian can be used in equa cultures to boost yields of salt, tolerant species of fish and the metals and salts contained in it could be mind. Two of the world's top automakers are teaming up Ford's CEO, Jim Hackett says the partnership with Volkswagen will help the two companies pursue the latest technological advancements companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to investigate. Collaboration on electric vehicles autonomous vehicles, mobility service. And in some ways combinations of all three of those can says they'll begin.

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AP News

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

"People around the globe need to change their diet. According to a new study AP's Jackie Quinn reports the need to limit their intake of red meat and switch to a more plant based diet, which is better for humans and for the environment. Just one hamburger a week for eggs and seven servings of dairy the rest of the time people should be eating whole, grains, beans and vegetables, that's the recommendation from a panel of experts in nutrition agriculture and the environment who contributed to a report for the group eat, which is calling for a major food transformation by the year. Twenty fifty they say less meat will help improve people's health and the health of the planet by reducing greenhouse gases. That are linked to raising cattle. I'm Jacky Quin. Giant rats from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. An agricultural tourism pioneer has died. Her Tyson founded a cherry pit spitting competition that international competitors and attention to southwest Michigan. The international cherry pip spitting championship was launched in the nineteen seventies lark. But also to Mark the region's tar cherry harvest, the Pittsburgh became a popular attraction and the forty fifth annual event was held last summer Taishan and his wife, Liz owned tremendous fruit farm near Clare. He opened the farm for a pick your own fruit harvest before coming up with the competition is daughter Ladele, sage tells the south bend Tribune other lights seeing other people enjoy the farm and wanted to share the beauty that is here. A local funeral homes says Teichmann died Monday to hospice center, he was eighty eight. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire special.

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More and More Asteroids Smashing Into the Earth

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00:45 sec | 2 years ago

More and More Asteroids Smashing Into the Earth

"Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact danger scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

"Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rot crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. It may be the most expensive gradual in history as AP correspondent, Karen champions reports a British art dealers paid more than one hundred twenty nine thousand to own a mural stenciled on the wall by renowned street artist Bank. See the outlet mysteriously appeared in port Talbot. Still town in Wales in December and his joining crowds have since security guards were hired to protect the outlet says a child playing in fooling ask from a dumpster fire. An apparent reference to the towns Appalachian, jump rambler brand the galleries in eastern England said he has agreed that the mural will stay in place for at least two years. Brenda said he wants to make Talbot goatee place rather than go from place. He'll says suggested the idea of an exhibition mentioning that he would like to bring five or six moving to the area in a short time. Karen Shammas London. Chicken nuggets, contaminated with would have led Purdue to issue. A recall the company is recalling more than sixty eight thousand pounds of gluten free organics breaded chicken breasts nuggets that were produced October twenty fifth the product was sold nationwide. The USDA says Purdue received three complaints that would was founded the nuggets, but there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions the product should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

"It said it hopes to leverage the fund to help create tens of thousands of units. Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada, the United Kingdom United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. A robot is giving scientists clues about how the earliest land animals moved in prehistoric times, researchers at Humboldt university in Berlin used a nearly three hundred million year old fossil skeleton and preserved ancient footprints to create the robot the fossils described as a beautifully preserved into articulated skeleton. That's about ninety centimeters long, the four legged plant eater lived before the dinosaurs. And fascinates scientists researchers believe the creatures a stem amniote an early land willing animal that later evolved into modern mammals birds and reptiles the researchers built a life size replica of the prehistoric beast, and then tested the motion in various ways that would lead. It's gate to match the ancient tracks, the then built a slightly scaled up robot version, which they called oral Bhatt the model allows testing of real world, dynamics and it accounts for gravity and friction. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire special.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

"China's growth in two thousand nineteen forecast. Forecasted more than six percent down only slightly from the six point five percent last year. But it's propped up by higher government spending, which masks sharp declines in other areas figures are causing alarm among. The public and discouraging spending which could make the downturn worse. Economists expect the downturn to bottom out this year as government stimulus gains traction. Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids still only hitter every few million years on average at assez list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. Agriculturalist tourism pioneer has died. Her Tyson founded a cherry pit spitting competition that drew international competitors and attention to southwest Michigan. The international cherry pit spitting championship was launched in the nineteen seventies as a lark. But also to Mark the region's tart cherry harvest, the Pittsburgh became a popular attraction and the forty fifth annual event was held last summer Taishan and his wife, Liz owned tremendous fruit farm near oak Clare, he opened the farm for a pick your own fruit harvest before coming up with the competition is daughter linnell, sage tells the south bend Tribune reporter light seeing other people. Enjoy the farm and wanted to share the beauty that is here. A local funeral home says died Monday to hospice center, he was eighty eight. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire special.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

"The leading with humans are afraid of them. I'm Warren Levinson. Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and as-as list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. The tobacco from blue state of Virginia could be next when it comes to raising the age limit to by traditional and electric cigarettes. The majority Republican general assembly said they were backing legislation to raise the limit from eighteen to twenty one for all tobacco products, citing the rapid growth of teenage vaping. The surprise announcement by Republicans is part of a wider effort to broaden their appeal to suburban voters ahead of legislative elections later this year tobacco maker Altria. Could also have a stake looking to garner. Goodwill among lawmakers to defuse a push for stricter laws on vaping and other tobacco products. Other states have raised age limits, but Virginia has long been entwined with tobacco which powered its economy when it was a colony four hundred years ago. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire special.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

"Saturn didn't get its rings for billions of years flying solo for almost its entire existence. According to a new study in Italian lead teams reported in the journal science that Saturn's primary rings appear to be ten million to one hundred million years old Saturn is four point five billion years old like all our solar system planets. The findings are based on observations by Cassini spacecraft while flying between Saturn and its rings and 2017 before its demise by estimating the mass of the rings through gravity measurements. The researchers gauge the age it's still a mystery how the icy rings formed. Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were a larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science, Microsoft is pledging five hundred million dollars to address homelessness in Seattle. Most of the money will be aimed at increasing housing options for low and middle income workers at a time when they're being priced out of the city. The Seattle times reports. It's the largest pledge companies forty four year history and one of the biggest contributions.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on AP News

"Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and the United States looked impact craters on earth and the moon that we're larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. An agricultural tourism pioneer has died. Her Teichmann founded a cherry pit bidding competition that drew international competitors. And attention to southwest Michigan. The international cherry pit spitting championship was launched in the nineteen seventies as a lark. But also to Mark the region's tar cherry harvest, the pits bit became a popular attraction and the forty fifth annual event was held last summer Teichmann and his wife, Liz owned tremendous fruit farm near Clare. He opened the farm for a pick your own fruit harvest before coming up with the competition is daughter Ladele, sage tells the south bend Tribune reporter light seeing other people. Enjoy the farm and wanted to share the beauty that is here. A local funeral homes says Tyson died Monday to hospice center, he was eighty eight. Tesla is cutting seven percent of its workforce..

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Asteroids Crashing Into Earth Twice as Often as Before

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00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Asteroids Crashing Into Earth Twice as Often as Before

"Than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and the United States looked impact craters on earth and the moon that we're larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. An agricultural tourism pioneer has died. Her Teichmann

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on The Science Show

"Universe was very young it was halts and it was expanding rapidly and everything was on is and then it expands and goes through cooling phase it becomes neutral when the first stars and galaxies form they produce radiation and that radiation splits up all these new things and you end up with a second stage of realization and it's that signal that we're looking for so that signal is something that pinpoints when the first stars and galaxies reformed them we don't actually know when that happened in the history of the universe this is a signal which appears through cosmological rich shift in the low frequency radio part of the spectrum and so we're going to look for that with telescopes life the mwa and then later on the square kilometer right that's somewhere around thirteen billion years ago well we think the first dozen galaxies form somewhere between four hundred and seven hundred million years after the big bang so yeah we've thirteen point seven billion years old sir roughly yes getting data from the beginnings of the universe way back yeah absolutely absolutely so that's one of the things that we want to do is a very challenging experiment because everything that's happened in the universe since then is a foreground which we have to model and remove so it's a very small signal in a very big haystack so it's challenging but exciting so that's just one of the science goals that we have with the mwa in addition to that way of looking at mapping out galaxy so looking for new supernova remnants so we know that the supernova remnants out there which we don't find with current telescopes so we know from the life cycles of current stars that there should be about three times as many as we currently know of so the w is an excellent machine for that we're looking for traces of the cosmic web looking in the radio to see if we can find this sort of weakly magnetized structures of the cosmic web which have given rise to synchrotron emission which appears at very low frequencies we're doing observations of the honest fear so trying to understand parts of the earth you can do all sorts of weird things with the w a space satellite tracking so we we tracked the international space station so you can use it as a machine to space situational awareness you can also amedeo as you can do lots of stuff pulse is also things so a vast array of science can be done with the mwa it's exciting professor melanie johnston holid is directed a ma based in university and i see she was born in darwin.

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"seven hundred million years" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred million years" Discussed on EconTalk

"Part of our discussion today is going to be neuro science part of it's going to be application of that neuroscience to western civilization part of it will be the part i bring in which is the applications to economics us let's let's get started you start with the deep idea that we have misunderstood the differences between the left side and the right side of the brain they're not symmetrical but that we've misunderstood what's important about that he's symmetry explain your vision of those differences in how that vision has emerged from your understanding of the neuroscience research will although i enjoyed your failure leone was something important here i was comprehensively warned off treating the subject because as many of your listeners with hume it's an area of pulp psychology that has no validity in science that was unfortunately the prejudice that i had to work against but there is absolutely no question that there is a massive difference between the two sides of the brain is just a question of what that difference is and in the boakye layout with the help of about two and a half as and references to literature exactly what i think those differences is probably with saying that the this is just a human thing italy goes not just in mammals it's in reptiles amphibians fish negative worms molluscs insects and indeed the oldest living creature that we have which is a sea creature that lives of white seven hundred million years old already has electrolytes neural network so extremely basic to living beings now what is that difference ev out people put figures there was very city things said and i understand why michael leagues this because you know it used to be said that the left hemisphere is you know down to us dull but terribly reliable rather linguistic the right hemisphere was a caricature.

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