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Pope, citing pandemic effect, cuts pay for cardinals, others
"The pope issues a pay cut for cardinals and others at the Vatican pope Francis is cutting salaries for cardinals priests and nuns who work at the Vatican by as much as ten percent Francis says the belt tightening is necessary to save jobs as the pandemic has severely reduced revenues bans on terrorism by many countries and other pandemic restrictions have severely reduced revenues at the Vatican museums which include the Sistine Chapel a perennial money maker for the holy see the museums are currently closed and will stay closed at least through the upcoming Holy Week which normally draws many tourists I'm Walter Ratliff
"sistine chapel" Discussed on KOMO
"That's 1 805 78 24 101 805 78 24 100. In Washington, D C. People working on Capitol Hill, who test negative for covert may not actually be negative. The congressional doctor issuing a warning memo, the capital's attending physician, warning Senate and House members and staff that the covert tests they're using is prone to false negative results. The FDA had informed the doctor of the issue, which means thousands of people working in the U. S. Capitol may think they're negative and could still spread the virus that includes reporters and others getting that test since at least November. The Capitol physician That's saying what they'll do to fix the problem. Maybe sees Andy Field parents of newborns in Italy will not be baptized by the Pope Francis will not baptize babies inside the Sistine Chapel this Sunday due to the Corona virus pandemic. Pope John Paul, the second began the papal tradition of baptizing babies inside the chapel on the Catholic Sunday of the baptism of the Lord Holiday. On Tuesday, the Vatican announced that instead the newborns would be baptized in their home parish. It's the announcement comes two days after Pope Francis chastise those vacationing abroad during the pandemic, he said. It's sad and him to think of the vacationers putting fun ahead of expressing solidarity with those knocked down by the pandemic. Meghan Williams ABC News the Vatican There's a new dog in town, the American Kennel Club, not recognizing the beaver terrier. It does not build dams closer to a toy dog. It's the 197th breed. Recognized by the Casey, This is ABC News Come, Oh, traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Eastbound. I 90 it. Snoqualmie Pass will close for Avalanche control scheduled for 4 A.m. eastbound traffic will be stopped Denny Creek That's Marples 47. This could take up to two hours Highway to its Stevens pass will also close for avalanche control. Both eastbound and westbound between mile post 58 64 also scheduled for 4 A.m.. I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo, 24 7 Traffic and Shannon.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"You've got to try oxy clean versatile stain remover for yourself to work your magic with oxy clean go to oxy clean dot com slash try me in order a free sample that's oxy clean dot com slash t., r. y. m.. E. For a free stain fighting sample while supplies. Last. Support for this podcast comes from fidelity investments, introducing fidelity rewards, plus for wealth management once enrolled, you can earn up to three percent unlimited cashback on credit card purchases and other exclusive benefits learn more at fidelity, dot com slash rewards, fidelity rewards, plus offers. Three tiers of membership with benefits increasing as eligible assets increase in order to receive three percent cashback card members must qualify for the highest here fidelity brokerage services, LLC MEMBER NYSE SIPC Y'all Eve's here today's episode contains not just one but two nuggets of history these are coming from the TD I. H. C Vault. So you'll also hear to host considering a double feature enjoy the show. Welcome to this day in history class from how stuff works dot Com and from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the podcast I'm Tracy Wilson and it's November. I. The Sistine Chapel ceiling opens to public viewing for the first time on this day in fifteen twelve, this chapel is in Vatican City and it was operating as a chapel. It was a real place that people went to worship people still go there all the time. So what was really happening wasn't so much that they were opening up the ceiling for public view it's the congregation arrived for mass that. Day which was all Saints Day the Chapel hit originally been built back in fourteen seventy five for pope six to the fourth, and that's also who it's named for originally from the very beginning the walls of the chapel were adorned with all of these very elaborate frescoes but the ceiling at I was really simple. It was more like just a field with some dots on it that represented the night sky. In fifteen, four, a crack formed in the ceiling, and once that crack was repaired and the ceiling was reinforced, they needed to do something about that original painting, the starry field because now it was damaged. So Michelangelo was painting new ceiling and he signed a contract to do it on May eighth the fifteen, hundred eight. He didn't really want to do this job though he really thought of himself as a sculptor not as a painter and he also had no experience whatsoever in something of this kind of scale when it came to painting. Even. So this whole plan of paintings twelve apostles turned into something much bigger. It originally was twelve apostles surrounded by maybe some ornamental motifs, and then that became nine stories from the book of Genesis down. The. Middle of the ceiling, they call those the central stories they're divided into three sections, which are the creation of the universe and then Adam and eve and their downfall, and then some stories about Noah. And then in the corners, there are these architectural. Curved triangles called Penitence and these were four stories about people of Israel. One of them being judith and Halava knees. Then along the edges, there are some more triangular architectural features these are spanned roles and they contain depictions of the ancestors of Jesus. There are more ancestors of Jesus in moon shaped features that are called nets as well, and then in between those Spaniels and the central stories from the book of Genesis are that twelve symbols and prophets there is a lot going on in the ceiling. The thing is huge and it took four years to complete. It's also extremely high up if you go into the Sistine Chapel, the ceiling is much. Much higher above you than just you might typically think of. So all of this had to be done on scaffolds even though people imagine that Michelangelo did this lying down he really did it standing up with his head craned back it was very uncomfortable physicals hole on him work on this took so long that his style evolved over time, he took a break from it in fifteen ten and the frescoes from after fifteen ten or noticeably different than the ones before there are a lot more minimalist. The creation of Adam is from after fifteen ten and that's the part of this healing. The people usually think of when they think about the ceiling. So for years sounds like an incredibly long time to work on one piece of art but this ceiling is really enormous and he was working incredibly quickly to finish it in four years. The technique that involves laying down fresh plaster and then transferring a sketch of the work that he was going to create onto the plaster before filling it in. He also had assistance working with him. But even with this efficient process that he worked out and assistance he were helping, he was doing incredibly grueling physical work. He permanently damaged his eyesight working on this and he kept arguing with the pope who kept pushing him to finish it more quickly than he was. He was so miserable by the end of all of this that he wrote a poem about how unhappy he was, and he also reportedly added a couple of sad looking self-portraits into a couple of the frescoes. Later on, he also painted the last judgment on the wall behind the altar of the Sistine Chapel and then today now, this painting has been here for hundreds of years more than five million people come to see it every year. Tari Harrison has moved onto other projects, but I'd like to thank her again for all of her work on the first four months of this show, and I'd like to welcome aboard Casey Peterman, Chandler, who will be doing the audio work. Thanks to Eve's Jeffcoat as well for her research on today's episode, you can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcast Google podcasts wherever else get your podcasts you can tune in tomorrow for the birth of one of history's more infamous women. Hey there it's mango host part time Genius Co founder of Mental Floss, and like many of you I'm one of the twenty one million people that have picked up gardening in the past six months. 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Rome opens two iconic world tourism sites
"Three two of Rome's most iconic tourist attractions have opened the doors to visitors but on the dramatic new conditions to reduce crowds on the possibility of contagion after three months of coronavirus shut down the Vatican museums most visitors who waited in line spaced apart to then have the temperatures taken before being allowed in the tool the Sistine Chapel other treasures one across town another big attraction the Coliseum was also opened but just to small groups of reservation only visitors engine size director says the reopening albeit under strict security and hygiene norms it's a sign of hope and a sign of restarting in a positive way with a different pace I'm Charles the last month
Raphael's tapestries return to the Sistine Chapel
"Finally on. Today's briefing few visitors to the Sistine Chapel of ever complained about a shortage of astonishing treasures but the Vatican's embarrassment of riches in this respect has just been significantly further engorged all. Twelve of Raphael's tapestries commissioned. Of course by Pope Leo the Tenth Have Been Hung on the Sistine Chapel's lower walls for the first time since Michelangelo was at work on the ceiling this is by way of commemoration of the five hundred th anniversary of Raphael's death. I'm joined now by Monaco Culture editor. Kiara a minute self-evidently. If this hasn't really happened for several hundred use kind of a big deal but but how big a deal is it. It is a very big deal. And when you think about the fact that this was how the Sistine Chapel was originally commissioned to be and how was intended to be as you say you know you'd be quite hard pressed to believe that there was more to go in there that the plan actually included extra ornamentation United States. Yes quite. I think it's worth the money of the ticket and but it was originally intended to the tapestry. Was were were commissioned so not to leave the the bottom half of the of the walls bear so speak and so It's it's really great to be able to finally see the vision that was originally intended for Sistine Chapel so for people who are fortunate enough to go and see these things. Do we entirely understand what they will be looking at? Yes so these are ten main tapestries into border tapestries. That were woven in Brussels to paintings originally by Raphael and they they are as usual. Kind of Obviously of of Religious subjects is moments of the life of Saint Peter and Paul and they are clearly very impressive. I think what's most interesting about all of this? Whole issue is that development clearly has so many of these treasures and it's a little bit of the paradox of of conservation that some of its most important treasures are the ones that see the light the least often because by nature of of them being so precious. They can't be shown to light very often. So these these tapestries will only actually be on display until the twenty third. And then they're gone again that will therefore one would think prompt cues round the block but my question is will many. Italians actually be in them because I growing up in cities in Australia for some big international artwork comes to town. It was a huge huge deal which is not to say a strenuous completely culturally impoverished but relative to Italy. You know what I'm saying. Do Italians get complacent about this? Italians are are you fellow. Italians reading stories of refugees. Half Millennia old tapestries. Whatever I think definitely we have a little bit more of a habit to We're just a little bit more accustomed to to renascent masterpieces. I do think that this is a particularly think interesting showing in that. There's also a bit of a quirky history to it in that. Michelangelo and Raphael were historically rivals and during the renaissance period. They were rivals for the pipes commissions. And so it's interesting to see. Michelangelo was really jealous. Rafael Rafael was younger and Raffle was basically Plagiarizing him and so. It was quite jealous that he did get the commissions for tapestries but then the ceilings of the stained chapel obviously make Michelangelo's suitably famous around the world to be able to think now of Rafael looking up the ceilings while Michelangelo was painting
"sistine chapel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"sistine chapel" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Now, if you're not impressed by that, you're wrong, you're wrong, right? If you see there are certain things that are transcendent, like the PA ta the David certainties cathedrals, you're like, what? The fuck. Are you guys on back then you guys were on some other levels? Justin chapel. Can I can I get zoom in on that woman whose name. Aching, and he was talking about. Free. I saw the Sistine Chapel, obviously loved it. But in Florence MichelAngelo's painting of Madonna and child that shit very well, I breaking and you. I could tell. I was like, oh, I can tell right now why he's better than everybody else. Yeah, it's the elbow. It's her elbow. Let me just bring that up. Everyone else's everyone else at the same time, the elbows tongue. It's in here because it's easier drugs. You can't get a model. He didn't have a camera. You can't get a model the holder elbow out that for mount of time. So that means he was like, can you hold your about in nailed it right away? Like you're like, oh, he's better. He had in the same way. Didn't he go to the Morgan touch. Right? The circular one. No, no. The other one. Sorry that when you some that one look at the l look at her elbow at the same time people they would have had it tucked in because the model can hold the pose longer. Yeah, he just was better. And by the way, the fact that he was just better than people that were around at the time Rafael fucking Leonardo da Vinci is don't. Yeah. Like I thought you were talking about something else. I don't know this. This is not one of his. This is what they use as proof that they that they were right to clean the Sistine Chapel that he liked painting and bright colors because they clean the Sistine Chapel news, brightest, fuck, and they didn't realize it was, you know, hundreds and thousands of years of smoke from the candles. They put this like Brown layer on top of kind of sepia and kind of dark and moody. It's like, no, he wanted to look like that. But he, I mean, I stood in front of that thing for the folds of her dress. Yeah, it's look at that. I stood in front of that for twenty five minutes, and it was as interesting as watching anything on TV I've ever seen it. I believe it was get the, how does he get the clothing the fold like that. That's a painting, but not for nothing. The paintings heart I can look at most paintings and be like, I could figure that out now the PA Todd, the sculpture of Mary holding Jesus, bring that looks like it's always motherfucker. That's what I, that's the one I was talking. You look at that and you're like, okay, Where'd you start in the corner?.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Movie kubrick so time with a monkey touches the monolith thinking about how michelangelo's sistine chapel painting shows adam reaching to touch the finger of god think about atv extraterrestrial remember that movie you remember the poster it was the little finger touching the finger of elliott elliott touchy with finger of elliot the extraterrestrial elliott touches the going finger of the alien is the same as adam touching the finger of god as the monkey touching the monolith in two thousand one a space odyssey it's the same imagery it's the same story but told a different way and it seen in a different way just like there are many denominations many beliefs have many dogmas in religious thought it's a metaphor the metaphor is not lost on those who are aware and to those who realize that there are more images symbols that continually remind us that we are not alone and that we are all equal in the eyes of our creators the differences would truly cease to exist if we were forced to confront those who made us or those who are observing us from a distance the secret of the true origins of man and his relationship with god and his minions most certainly is one of the things that keeps us bound to this planet it keeps our mental state in and out of superstition myth mystery when richard hoagland appeared on ground zero last night i hung on every word he said because quite frankly i haven't had him as a guest show for nearly twenty years he was such a valuable guest back in the old days where i had him on the every competing show felt that he should have exclusivity to speak on any show so it's harder to get him on and have him speak all the time on my show it was a difficult thing to get around all of the politics and the fighting in the competition so much information his information all of it was limited then and something i really did not want to get caught up in was the the fighting the infighting and as usual last night richard hoagland had a lot of sound information that he imparted about mars and the extraterrestrial question we launched our discussion primarily on the premise that science magazines and even fox news.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Lot of different things in a certain moment a frame let's say could be music it could be a poem may could be an event it could be in nature and often possibly most often nature but when that encapsulated forum is received there's a moment of reception and cognition of the thing that is some ways startling and you know the moment you solve at equation the moment that something is revealed in either in your own head or physically materially revealed when that moment happens when in the sistine chapel when you know when you see the the finger at just about two there's that moment where something is being transferred i think even when we observe nature so if we are part of nature we observe nature but we're part of the human rope and there's that moment which essentially there's a transfer of life so even if you think nature is inanimate and therefore but the but the beauty of hr but it's it's the human cognition of that vast nece the all in the wonder something that's in a way bigger than yourself that phrase it's a transfer of life i think it's also wonderful way to talk about music about what happens when you in the experience of music playing at making it or receiving it well i think i think that's that's true in the in the silk road ensemble fund of of being able to quote a number of incidents where that you know in the co misaki the chaco hockey player which is a bamboo flute when he plays a piece of music that was written after let's say i think the tokyo fire from nineteen twenty seven and he plays this sort of thing over and over again it's kind of it's certainly deeply spiritual mournful i've had more people come to say this is the most extraordinary thing i've heard.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Was doing something in the crawlspace and just maybe pushed on a on a tile those drop ceilings from the seventies it was probably i mean if you still have a drop ceiling so you have to post a picture because it just looks funny so here's what happened the undeniably odd sequence and bio one hundred and five thousand people looked at this my friend's mom was it an animal welfare league in a pair and apparently there's a cat that lives in the ceiling like the cat just poke the head down like some kind of cat picture of the sistine chapel just a cat head sticking out of the ceiling so it indeed does appear that the cat put his head conveniently through a catch shaped hole in the ceiling and look down at the humans like some kind of benevolent feline god it's a very bizarre picture tone please post joey and and somebody just posted it on on social media and she did one of those little collages where there several pictures all in one picture so you get all kinds of angles of the cat pocono tat out and people just want nuts the question is that somebody actually helped the cat get head out of the hole and adopted that is the question nobody's saying that's not in the story sometimes the ceiling cat yeah oh it's watching my goodness yes ceiling that really happened now it went viral 'cause there there's an old neiman old picture from online i know of ceiling cat from like what how long ago seven years ago or so no this is new ceiling cat this is an actual sealing cap this is a real ceiling cat so you've got ceiling cat we don't know what happened and baby switch we don't know what happened we're going to have to follow up but not right now we've gotta toss the news is kfi am six forty tossing to michael shapiro hundred seventy four terminally ill people took drugs to end their lives in two thousand seventeen the california department of public health said yesterday five hundred seventy seven people received aid in dying drugs last year but not everyone used them.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on WJR 760
"Center wet weather will not be your friend the next twenty four hours flood watch in effect this morning through tuesday morning scattered showers thunderstorms locally heavy rainfall around today seventy eight more scattered showers and thunderstorms tonight they should be tapering off tomorrow morning from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr as we get later we still have that fog and it's going to be around in the brandon rue says thank you for that brian that we're not as only brandon can say this we're not out of the rainy woods yet across metro detroit more wet weather moving in rain and thunderstorms possible starting during or just after the morning commute and then some heavy downpours possible in some areas so this is going to last throughout the day or so it would seem with an expected high of sixty three at about ten am seventy one by one pm seventysix by four pm at seven o'clock it'll still be seventy two degrees and right now we have fifty two degrees at six forty seven you might recall last year we had the very special visit by the sistine chapel choir the pope's choir if you recall and we were filled in by john hale the owner of corporate travel service who had a hand in bringing them in here last week i'm reading the paper and they're they're they are at the met gala in new york city and i said wait a minute that's our sistine chapel choir well as it turns out john they really do like to try don't they they do paul we were contacted during the tour the mini tour last year by ag presents the largest producer of live entertainment and they said we'd like to do a national tour and the choir debated and they sort of looked at timing when the choir could be away from the holy father and and when it might be a good time to come back to the us and as their us aid we we partnered with them and the choir said does it sounds fantastic but it's actually true paul w they said we'll only come back if we can come back to detroit this was their favorite stop their best experience they felt the most welcomed they they just they fell in love with detroit isn't that great news exciting acquire that is comprised of a highly accomplished section of twenty professional adult.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Anyone else it's pope casting i mean her dresses the pope is on all right let's move onto area on a 'grande ariana grande donde vera wang gam sistine spiraled sistine chapel inspired look at the details in that dress alison where they just wanna know inspired by what the sistine chapel there is some might say leonardo painted her dress looks like a grun day mistake dan i've got no pinon great there are cherub babies all over her dress they're angels fashion in the catholic imagination flick immagination that's right all right next up we have miley cyrus wrong as stella mccartney gown what you guys think that's good classic she looked hot your best thing i've seen cleaned up rack wouldn't you guys say yep here's in the back of the arm yeah all right let's move onto the migos meco what else can we say about versity for such iverson recites or because his lip was designed by for here you mentioned that what you guys think i mean they stay true to to their hit song what the hell is this woman wear what ego's for for his opinion on anything greg i thought they were the pips two thousand eighteen where's gladys knight exactly all right next up francis dorms anymore valentino dress in headpiece was designed by philip area plant on her head she looks like she was a tad by birds they're in season interim season the color was all the rage is well what did you thanks to god's i like the i like the planets in the head i think i wanna get a hat like that.
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"sistine chapel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"See nazareth's i wanted to see go where joe so we'll see the church of saint joseph was married milwaukee on the giants i slept by giants at i had thought i go fired coach i could i could see things arafat then there was a like a tour of galilee the sea galaxy and you go go on the boat and we will take a two and i'm looking out and a feeling of feel christ and i'm feeling this on yemen is great it really is at spirit is really spiritual when you go to the holy land you can't really described it to you there so look him but then you know i saw it got it feel it next what's next i knew when i was at the vatican and we went through the sistine chapel at kimberley and i were there and i remember look that we're we're where's the michelangelo they're they're in the ceiling air while the good apple neck oh i'm next i got it i absorb people stadia for days they make gay drips immune something they want to capture the moment it might have been they may never get back there again yeah a quake bob ross would that a better job all right whatever move on in we won the bob ross on his back with biko edgy low right he has the sketch ate dinner this thing chapel i this unhappy trees have me big ilet bike allegedly go what's it with the ahead why you idiot like the not your way ahead your head out of a faith look like a cat the good mutual at the good mcgrath revered in italy enough are they yes scattered catch a revered in if he killed cadidates a big fine leave them a weird has yet seventeen with piscopo body frankie five boroughs does the president sat down with muller is he serious he's in davos now in switzerland and he heat for this a world economic forum and the before taking off the president said on twitter that he plans to tell the world a great america is in his doing he added our countries finally winning again yesterday uh trump draw donald trump will likely talk about his america first agenda call for fair.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The energy business the energy business has exploded in in in its growth it's a very important part of berkshire hathaway and um so investors finally got some clarity on at least which uh that there are now two executives essentially vying while this wasn't exam secondly white smoke out of the sistine chapel it you took care of the red sea hope it is exactly buffets taking his time he's allowing both executives now on the board to get a greater sense of the of the row range in breath of this business they had been in large but nonetheless narrow silos now though both oversee bigger portfolios um and i mean buffet is indicated he's not moving toward stepping away he still very involved so um the final smoke from the sistine chapel may be a many years away a young i got a wonder at this point of with berkshire hathaway what investors are thinking and what was the initial reaction other stock went up a little bit i think their reaction was it wasn't a surprise i think investors are lower relieved that berkshire is finally essentially institutionalise or making these names official is it's always a good idea to take the speculation and the uncertainty out of an equation even though it was fairly obvious to berkshire watchers that these were the two most highprofile executives in summer special cannot run like a small family firmed isn't it very much so and that's part of the culture of berkshire he he has long advocated allowing his company executives to run their own businesses a without a lot of meddling on his part so the staff is small and now the these two executives will have more authority in setting pay for their respective executives within their branches now an but buffet will still be involved in looking at any acquisitions make him to come down the road it's a business that who strength is trusting the executives to run their companies and it has worked buffett said it wasn't a horse race that elevating used to doesn't make it a race retrain the two are reporting over the last couple of months fence has really shown that one of them though does appear to be the front runner there's business week article out last year that really pointed to evil why his that will buffet who said he's looking for a.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"And he was trying to date the difference scenes of when the sistine chapel were painted 'cause michelangelo painted over the course of a few years and he thought wall you know we can't figure out like when was that little thing right there painted and so he goes to the bank records and he's just trying to look up when michelangelo got certain commissions four when he painted a certain piece of the sistine chapel and he sees exorbitant amounts of money in those bank accounts and he he starts adding it all of you forget all about the sistine chapel he has all that up and michelangelo when he died had about the equivalent of forty seven million dollars to his name making him the richest artists of the renaissance so that kind of poses an interesting question for me he is i think today we tend to go will art is over here and businesses over there and everybody wants to be more creative but were afraid that we're going to starve or it's going to hurt our business or you know whatever we're going to go poor doing this we hear you have arguably the greatest artist them all time and also the wealthiest of his time so that to me says arts and business can go together creativity making a living off of your passion these things can go together you don't have to sell out to sell your are whatever that looks like teo source go back 'cause i'm sure you know little bit more of the story so he is doing his are building his business all along and it's only towards the latter half i guess of his career the nubians to do these unbelievable works in his current time i'm just curious how does that apply to us because we're going to break this down so let's go a little deeper on the michelangelo story how did he build it that way so that he wasn't starving they could begins with mindset necessary start the book the know there's kind of three areas mindset market and money is in the air is you have to master he jaunt to be a starving artists again this can be at your day job this can be in a running a mom and pop business or this can be in of being an actual author artists you know somebody who is what we think of as a technical creative and he'd.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on KOIL
"Florida hi there bob tim duncan oh i have been losing your show for many years uh mostly at night on broadcast i worked with tank excellent thank you for that uh my my question really is about um which power on pc um i've been researching the the uh internet since ninety two and uh developing a complete package on the sistine chapel built uh four or five web sites uh foods uh sistine chapel copyright if one and that doesn't ayman fat tour and put together a a small dvd uh movie of uh the ten different areas as the sistine chapel um stand that and i'd like to get into uh do helpful animated tour clerks wire why don't you do uh i i can not an animated tour wants to do like a vr tour i'm not sure how to do that i i got uh hooked up to the protocol blender that allows me to uh the actual image mapping of it and you can actually walked through in uh i could probably animate one of the pope's food to the area to that would be something it so split spark the interest in the sistine chapel i've been there it's amazing well uh like i said i got got involved with the internet back in ninety two and that was one of a few things other than porn that was out on the internet and a really turn uh for me round as far as to power of the internet.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Employed as a as a church cappella my stomach for example michelangelo's employed to paint the sistine chapel but also religion of course does provide did or has always has provided genuine inspiration i mean that's the story of jesus is passion jesus his crucifixion is a is a tragic story which not not surprisingly inspired great autism great musicians and we we debt we shall never know what might avoid if if science if say heiden had written his evolution oratory was that if his creation oratory o whoa beethoven's mees asili symphony you have you ask what what what do we replace religion by well for all sorts of different purposes from for morality we replace it by moral philosophy for music and so on i i suggest you have my two slightly facetious late that science and indeed reality could provide inspiration perhaps every bit as beautiful as or just nature per provides beautiful inspiration for for for the art community religion has provided community where we can do that in different ways we don't need religion in order to provide a sense of community a sense of of one this so what do you think is going on here why why do we have donald trump as our presidents the scientific least well i mean partly because you have this don't pay electoral college system.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The death toll from the latest earthquake in mexico could rise again mexico city's mayor there has announced new deaths a search and rescue efforts there continue us secretary of state rex tillerson held high level meetings wednesday with diplomats from nations that signed the nuclear deal with iran as president trump considers pulling the us out of the deal npr's jeff bennett reports at tillerson says the president has already made his decision secretary of state rex tillerson said wednesday that while president trump has made a decision on the iran nuclear deal even tillerson doesn't know what trump has decided he is not shared with anyone charlie he will let you know when he thinks it's useful to let you know tillerson spoke to reporters after a meeting at the un focused on the iran deal he said that all of the involved parties agreed that iran is in technical compliance with the deal yet tillerson says the us has significant issues with the the agreement jeff bennett npr news traveling with the president you're listening to npr news protestors marched in saint louis again wednesday to draw attention to police there the demonstration near an upscale shopping mall was declared animal unlawful assembly and then dispersed marches in the city began nearly a week ago after white former police officer was acquitted in the two thousand eleven shooting death of a black man who was suspected of illegal drug activity organizers have vowed to protest every day and say they'll be back on the streets again thursday a rare visit to the united states this week by the choir of the sistine chapel at the vatican the choir said to be the oldest in the world dating from the early centuries of the christian church and pierce tom gelatin says the choirs performance held wednesday night was the first in the us it over thirty years the men and boys of the sistine chapel choir of former around the world but their principal mission is to sing during the papal liturgy the sistine chapel is in the official papal residence hilario as the pope's personal choir thirty five boys of acquire provide proud.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The death toll from the latest earthquake in mexico could rise again mexico city's mayor has announced new deaths a search and rescue efforts there continue us secretary of state rex tillerson held high level meetings wednesday with diplomats from nations that signed the nuclear deal with iran as president trump considers pulling the us out of the deal npr's jeff bennett reports of tillerson says the president has already made his decision secretary of state rex tillerson said wednesday that while president trump has made a decision on the iran nuclear deal even tillerson doesn't know what trump has decided he is not shared that with any warring externally he will let you know when he thinks it's useful to let you know tillerson spoke to reporters after a meeting at the un focused on the iran deal he said that all of the involved parties agreed that iran is in technical compliance with the deal yet tillerson says the us has significant issues with the agreement jeff bennett npr news traveling with the president you're listening to npr news protestors marched in saint louis again wednesday to draw attention to police there the demonstration near an upscale shopping mall was declared animal unlawful assembly and then dispersed marches in the city began nearly a week ago after white former police officer was acquitted in the two thousand eleven shooting death both of a black man who was suspected of illegal drug activity organizers have vowed to protest every day and say they'll be back on the streets again thursday a rare visit to the united states this week by the choir of the sistine chapel of the vatican the choir said to be the oldest in the world dating from the early centuries of the christian church and pierce tom gelatin says the choirs performance held wednesday night was the first in the us had over thirty years the men and boys of the sistine chapel choir of former around the world but their principal mission is to sing during the papal liturgy the sistine chapel is in the official paper residents they are ill as the pope's personal choir thirty five always acquire provides a proud of.
"sistine chapel" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Internet has some going crazy dangerous thing like greg ray i got there was on fire but for the most part if he kinda take the three four five star reviews you could kind of get a feel for something you can tell by the nature of the writing to whether the person my rights lightly insane rush touchy about often yeah who was with the sistine chapel really old van der bellen the fillets my neck tired it's all the dea awesome foia date the painting so these are the top ten tours according to trip adviser most popular las vegas helicopter night flight las vegas nevada i suppose with the likes of cetera i'll be cool the gasman i don't feel i i don't think he should be that's an unknown i don't believe in unnecessary helicopter flights just for the fun of at year near volley basically in medevac helicopter flights who is wants well we were in hawaii weekly back in the day we the boys and our in hawaii we might have janet and we might have maybe we we did the show i don't remember but somehow i ended up we ended up going to take a a a tour a helicopter tour of maori oca and i did not want to do that but the the boys dishere and so we get to the helicopter place and you know no i mean this malia may have what are they give parts for helicopters rush how do you made minutes seems fairly remote from you know what i mean i know they did it in vietnam and everything else and they do it in the in the in the middle east so whatever we so the boys in the three boys and two other people got in the.