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NASA ScienceCast 290: Big Questions About Small Worlds
Big questions about small worlds. Presented by science at Manson. Scientists who studied the solar system tend to ask big questions. How was our solar system formed where did the building blocks of life come from what hazards from above threaten life on our planet to find answers? They're looking more and more at small worlds, what are small worlds asteroids for sure comets to also the many small satellites or moons that orbit large planets as well as the icy world at the distance of Pluto and beyond some have combined only to be broken apart later by collisions and tidal forces others have gone largely untouched since the dawn of the solar system, some carry water and organic compounds others are almost entirely composed of metal and all hold keys to questions about our solar system and the origin of life on earth. Doctor Adriana oh compo program executive for Nasr's new horizons. Mission says water is key to life as we know it learning where water is found in our solar system provides pieces to the puzzle of understanding the origins of life new horizons. Recently surprised us by discovering a large abundance of water ice at Pluto. More surprises are in store as new horizons transmits the data from its January first twenty nineteen fly by of the Kuyper belt object, twenty fourteen m you sixty nine back to earth small world can be found in a wide range of locations across the solar system from the inner Ciller system all the way out to the Kuyper belt when they are studied together these remnants of the early solar system can help tell the story of solar system formation. Dawn recently completed a mission to the main asteroid belt visiting the doors planet series and the belt's largest asteroid Vesta. Cyrus? Rex has arrived at Benue a near earth asteroid about sixteen hundred fifty feet or five hundred meters across and will return to earth in twenty twenty three with a sample. So scientists can begin to understand been whose origin and history. The Lucy mission will be traveling to six Trojan asteroids trapped in the orbit of Jupiter. These objects are the only remaining unexplored population of small worlds in the solar system. The psyche mission will be visiting a metal object in the main asteroid belt that could be the remnant core of a proto planet similar in size to Vesta. While Villa's missions traveled to their individual targets. Neil wise. A re purpose space telescope in lieu earth orbit has made infrared measurements of hundreds of near earth objects, and tens of thousands of other small worlds in the solar system. These diverse worlds offer insights into how our solar system formed and evolved. Doctor Tom statler planetary science program. Scientists at NASA headquarters notes, this is not your grandparents solar system and things are not as orderly as we once believed the data we've gleaned from these objects. So far have changed the way we think about the origin of the planets, for example, the small world in the Khyber built are leading us to think that you're in and Neptune formed much closer to the sun than where they reside. Now, then gradually moved to their current orbits the biggest misperception about small worlds their distance to each. Other statler explains in the movies. They always show an asteroid belt with millions of rocks almost touching each other. Whereas in reality there is much more empty space. You have to travel hundreds of thousands of miles to get from one asteroid to another yet. Scientists are also looking closer to home determining the orbits and physical characteristics of objects that might impact earth is critical to understanding the consequences of any such impact and responding to an actual impact threat. If one is ever discovered NASA knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with earth. But to prepare for that scenario NASA is developing the double asteroid redirection tests or dark mission as the first demonstration of the Connecticut impact technique that could be used to change the motion of a hazardous asteroid away from earth. For more big stories about our solar system and how small worlds are yielding big answers. Visit science dot NASA dot gov.
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Review --DJI Mavic 2 Drone as good as it gets
Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. I have been living with a new drill in the past few weeks. And if you're interested in getting sharper overhead shots without as much worry about crashing, the look no further than the DIGI, I maverick to pro drone. It's pretty sweet. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day and you're listening to talking tech. Let me tell you about my new toy. The maverick to is the update to the maverick pro drone which broke ground in two thousand sixteen as the first somewhat affordable quality drone that was also compact enough to fit into a backpack. Now, the original sold for around thousand bucks and had a camera sensor, the size of smartphone, good, but not great. The new edition has the same sensor as the one thousand. I'm like a big camera like the Sony Rx, one hundred or are extend a full one inch, twenty megapixel image sensor, which is seventy five. Percent larger than before, and there's also this massive piece of glass made by the legendary Kamya manufacturer Hasselblad. In other words, the drone is a photographer's dream. It's also more pricey starting at fifteen hundred dollars. And I say starting because you can't exactly walk out the store with just the drone. You're gonna need extra batteries as well. Deejay says the battery lasts around thirty minutes. Yeah, which may work well for the company, but in my real world test has been more like twenty minutes. And if you go out to some awesome location with your drone and start flying it over cliffs mountains and oceans face it, you're gonna be there awhile get. Don't just want twenty minutes of flight time. Another battery will cost you a hundred and forty dollars, and that's just for one. Now beyond the photography which I'll get into shortly. There's also obstacle avoidance. You fly a drone at least at first and you'll crash. It's part of the learning curve, but the pneumatic to has more sensors in the drone for better avoidance technology than the previous edition. It will ring to warn you and swerve out of the way of obstacles which is really cool. Photo quality is super impressive. The best I've ever seen on a drone, the four k. images really pop and the drone flight is so smooth that you rarely see jerky footage now. Now DJ also introduced a less expensive maverick upgrade the magic to zoom with the same size, smaller image sensor as the previous magic, but with a twist. There's also a zoom lense a so called zoom lens similar to the zooms on bigger iphones and the ten models you go from wide-angled deport boats. So it's kinda minimal the features nice. But let's face it. I'm flying over a Hawaiian coast or a hiking trail. I'm pretty high up there, and that's the point I want the wide shot like from the airplane, looking down the little zoom Inc. Get me very close at all. Now, remember listeners that if you're new to flying drones, you need to obey the basic law set out by the FAA don't fly over four hundred feet over people's. Heads moving cars at night or over your neighbors back many local cities have their own drone rules as well. So be sure to check before you start soaring into the skies. Have questions about drones worth here to help look for me on Twitter where I'm Jefferson, Graham even listening to talking. Please subscribe the show on apple and Google podcast. Please favorite show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show. And as always thanks everyone listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you. Covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right? From your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile, and it takes less than five minutes. Plus you can do it with one hand, so it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your very own beautiful professional website today.
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Ep. 49 - My Origin Story
Welcome back to the L to fitness business podcast. I'm your host land in Poland. And today, I am super excited to jump into my origin story. I'm gonna roll through. You know, where I came from where I am. Now, you know, all of the businesses that I've ran the successes. The failures were just going to take a deep dive into my history realized I haven't actually shared this full story. So I'm really excited for for this podcast today to go over all of this. And I do apologize for the less than optimal sound quality today's show, please bear with me. Usually it's much better than this. But I didn't have my mic. So I was just using headphones. And I learned my lesson not too good. But before we get started. I just want to make an announcement the L to fitness summit has been released. Tickets are now available were hosting our annual fitness summit September twenty eighth and twenty ninth. In Edmonton Alberta. We're bringing in John meadows. Dr Gabrielle Kandara, Lauren con lint and Berta Nunez. Please check the Lincoln the description or you can go to L to fitness some dot com for more information. But let's get today show. What's going on everyone land in pogrom here? And welcome back. I am really excited today because I realized that I have actually shared my story anywhere. So today, I figured you know, what I mean, if you know, I really wanna come out and share note, my origin story. I talk about kind of like bits and pieces every now man kinda talk about a history some businesses that I've ran kind of what I'm doing now. But I have never really come out in talked about, you know, a tire soup to nuts origin story. So I'm I hope that you are excited for this today. I got kind of trifecta going on right now. I am recording this as a podcast. I am live on Facebook. I am live on Instagram. I have got my webcam propped up on my phone. So I only have to stare at one spot, and it makes it absolutely perfect. All right. So you. You know, let's let's dig in here. I really excited for this guy. So as long as I can remember, you know, thirty years old right now, I have been an entrepreneur my entire life. I believe that. I actually have had maybe one job ever that I work as an employee. You know, my father had was an entrepreneur his entire life as well. We don't my grandpa wasn't entrepreneur. My oldest brother has been entrepreneur his entire life. So I really feel like I've got this. He'll in my blood, and you know, I can remember it had to been like maybe junior high school like I dunno between the ages of probably like, maybe twelve ish starting out. I was building computers for people. I had this insatiable passion for technology, and I got really into computers my family. I felt that computer and member getting a tool kid tonight would be like tinkering around taking stuff apart putting. Back together, and I actually started to fix people's computers. And I would actually buy parts and build custom computers for people. And I was literally doing that between the ages of twelve to fourteen years old, and I was actually making money. So if I can that is probably the earliest that I can think of my entrepreneurial journey outside of baby like lemonade stands when I was a kid or something like that. And that kind of spurred into my passion for technology. I really started to get into like web design web development and marketing, and I believe probably around the ages of thirteen fourteen I really started to get into, you know, design and marketing actually started to to build websites. And that is that is really where everything kicked off for me. And if I think about it, you know, that is fifteen sixteen years ago now that I really started on this path of market and ever since that age of starting to. Do that it really dictated everything that I did throughout my life. I went to a specific high school because of the knowledge that I would apply there for a digital media. I went to a specific college after that. Because of what I was of course, that I was going to take four that realm and ever since I dove into that. I really started to expose myself to the world of online marketing, and the things that I'm doing now are stuff that I was literally reading about implementing fifteen sixteen years ago stuff about things like membership sites continuity programs and digital products that stuff absolutely enthralled me when I discovered what it was and from very Aneja reading books like rework and the four hour workweek. I got obsessed with becoming a millionaire because I knew that it was absolutely. Possible for as long as I can remember I have had this goal in this desire of achieving seven figures within a year, and that has always been there. I'm joined mastermind groups in I have told them up front like I will not settle until I achieve this. And I know more than ever how capable how achievable it is. I think back then I didn't really know how to get. And that's kind of you know, I think deep down I really wanted to become successful. I really wanted to impart some more confidence, and I think that achieving that seven figures was kind of what I was a Kuwaiti those things too. So on the outside. I really wanted to, you know, hit seven figures I wanted to be. Become successful. I just really wanted to to be this kind of like self made entrepreneur with self made person. And I just desired with this growth. And it wasn't always finance. I had an insatiable desire to acquire knowledge. And you know overtime. I I tried so many things to be able to do this. I knew about all of these things like continuity program. So I created a job board that when the end I was I was a colder. So I would design it I would program I would map out the entire scope of work the spec. I would I would sit and I would code all night long doing this stuff getting looking pretty, and I would launch it to the public and nothing, you know, I created was actually a project when I was in college. I created a social networking site for businesses that was a job where there was messaging profiles all. All of this stuff. And it went no launch. It was called Rolodex. And you know that that went nowhere, and those were just two of these things, and I just all the while. I was running a business as a freelancer doing web, design development and marketing, and I would just continue to to get these ideas and train watches project and see where it went. And you know, I just I don't think at the time. I just don't think it had the the marketing understanding that I do today. You know, I I had kind of technical know, how to create these things and had understood the concept of what needed to be done. But I didn't understand the implementation. And so I would try something, and it would and I would try something and it would fail. I was part of a couple of guys. We watched an electric cigarette company literally before they got really popular in the market. And that that at a falling through I got. Really heavily involved doing some contract work for people watching continuity base supplement company, and this was literally like twelve to thirteen years ago. It's really popular. Now, it was not MAC that. And it was a very profitable back then. So I actually I formulated my own supplement, I designed landing pages, I created the continuity program. I check out this massive alone. I launched all of this. I had a fulfillment company in the US. I had US-based LLC that I created a launch this and nothing again, I lost ten thousand dollars on that venture. That took me a long time to pay off. So, and it was just one thing after another after another, and you know, one day I started over time. I really started to get in thrall in fitness, and I ended up completely switching careers. I've moved out of. Out of the tech world, and I moved into fitness. And I thought that you know, what this is what really lights me, and you don't I made that transition and overtime with fitness. You know, I started to see the potential could create with this all mind market. And it was so funny. How overtime while things? I did with marketing I literally started to implement them within the victims industry. So it was it was super super funding. So, you know, over time, I grew my business with my wife, we opened up a studio, and then hire staff that we expanded into six thousand square feet, and we were doing so much. And then all of a sudden, you know, we this eventually led to a kosher gym. And you know, what I was looking back now, and I realized that I built to companies up to a point where the growth plan for me was building. In scaling through hiring a team. By company. I went from a freelance web designer to incorporate a company called category code. I built that up. I had so many projects grew it to the twin about one hundred fifty to two hundred thousand dollars a year on this was like ten years ago. And I ended up I started to acquire team. I had a designer have developers had assistance, and you know, what? I ended up losing passion. Again, I got into fitness. I built up my fitness company. I ended up having a team of eight and required again to step back from doing the work to just managing doing books and business Email phone calls. And again, I lost passion. And it wasn't until I realized that. I wanted to create this for myself, but not just because. I didn't want staff I loved the people I love working people. But it was because I also love being in the trenches doing the work. That's something that I love. So now, I have found that. And I realize that everything that I was working towards all along I already had within. I was always scared about an failed. So many times I was just I became scared to fail again. And do you know what I realized how much every single one of those attempts and believe there's probably over a dozen things that I have started from magazines, the job boards to all of these sorts of things that every single one of those things has taught me everything that I know today, I have literally done everything under the sun and either succeeded or fail but nonetheless. Yes. Everything that I have done from each business to closing my gym to building to multiple six figure grossing companies to having teams to having brick and mortar to launch job boards doing online. Marketing owning a supplement company that I had everything needed with me. I just didn't realize the rope leading needed to take and through a lot of self reflection. And mindset were I realized that I had it all within and that I already knew what I needed to do. And when I came when it went through that transformation. It was amazing because literally in about four weeks, I had scaled a new business from nothing to doing about one hundred fifty thousand dollars a year, and that achievement was was absolutely ridiculous. I went from having these people all of a sudden start approaching me for for advice, and at all of these sorts of things, and I just discovered this new fulfillment all along I was searching for fulfillment. I was searching for a life that I wanted to live. And I realized that it wasn't that seven figures. It was what that I thought that seven figures was going to bring to me. And you know, what I still want hit seven figures, and I will say that on this podcast that within the next two years. I will hit seven figures in revenue. I'm very confident when I say that because I know helpful Phil amp doing what I'm doing now. And I have realized how much I love being able to scale knowing that I am all that needs to be able to do. So I am enough at I have the mindset that reflects all of hard work that I put it now. And what I do now. I absolutely love because I love nothing less now than sharing that with other people, but for the foreseeable future. I do not see myself moving out of this position right now, I want to help other people succeed doing this. I want to be in there doing it as well. And that's what I love. I jump on calls with clients. And they're like, you know, how do I know that you know, what what we're doing is gonna work because I'm bucking doing it myself. You know, what everything that I am showing someone to do? I am doing it. I am testing it. I am paying people way more than people paying me to refine my skill sets. I am taking courses. I am dumping thousands and thousands of thousands and thousands of dollars into marketing to refine everything for myself might businesses because we have multiple and my products because I am constantly innovating because what I can do. I can Tesla's up on myself. You have my money tested on me. And now, I can help people do it for themselves. You don't need a team to scale there is nothing wrong with that. You can scale you can hire coaches to work for you. You could hire staff you'll you take forty fifty sixty percent, whatever. But nobody is going to care about your business better than you. Nobody is going to be able to sell what you do better than you known is going to be more passionate than you are. And I realized that and I also realized that I fucking love doing. And most entrepreneurs that I know they are in their zone of genius when they are doing what they love. And then when he have to at all of this fucking stress of people to the mix they fall out of love with it. So my goal might desire. My passion is to show people how to be able to create that level of success without having to rely on anyone else, but themselves you can create a wildly successful business with just you and your laptop no team, no stress. No overhead. That's how you create the true freedom that you want, and if you're listening to this, and you want that if you're listening to this, and you have a team you wish that you had this freedom where you didn't need to be there where you didn't have to deal with. So and so not putting in there fucking effort at work, if you wanna be able to create this massive success get out of the the glass ceiling of one to one coaching scale beyond that I can. Show you how and why because I've done it myself in a continuing to do it myself, I've helped others, and I wanna help you do that is my story in a nutshell, and it wasn't until a few days ago really sitting down to kind of reflecting on my back story, what will remain desire swimmer the issues, I ran into what were the hounded. What did I cheat? All of these things that it didn't start to become crystal clear when I did I realized that I have actually never shared that story. So thank you so much for taking the time to listen to what I've gone through the sixteen years of fuck ups and failures shit that brought me to creating the rapid success that I've been able to and I want nothing more than to be able to show you how accomplish that as well. So thank you so much guys love and appreciate you. If you guys enjoyed this podcast. I would love if you shared it took. A screen shot shared it on Instagram at take me Atlantic Homer in the world to me leaving review in items. You know, let me know what type of content. Do you wanna hear because nothing likes me up more than being able to help other as in? If you watching on the live, you can tell how passionate I am talking about this stuff. So you know until next time guys love and appreciate you. We'll talk soon. Thank you so much for tuning into today show as think you I've put together a free training for you. Where I go over how I consistently generate clients every month using social media with less than two thousand followers on Instagram. I walked through the exact strategy that I use for client attraction and generating clients every single month. You can go to land in p dot com slash training to get access to that training. Now.
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