35 Burst results for "Spitzer"

The US and Guns: Can Anything Change?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:59 min | 5 months ago

The US and Guns: Can Anything Change?

"To the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah. My guest today. Are chris brown and robert spitzer chris. Brown is president of the gun. Control lobby group brady. She joins us from arlington virginia. Robert spitzer is distinguished service professor of political science at the state university of new york and the author of several books on gun. Control an eighth edition of his book. The politics of gun control was published last year. He joins us from portland. New york chris. I'll ask you first the big question then. We will look at a series of smaller questions when you think of the problem of america and guns. How actually solvable is because by most best guesses. There's about four hundred million guns that large in the united states. You're not going to get all of them. So with the best will in the world and with all the political capital you might want what kind of impact could realistically be made. Nearly one hundred percent actually and takes is really the political will to has some pretty basic laws. That ninety percent of americans agree with literally from last to expand the brady background check system to continue the momentum that we have in the states around certain issues but also recognizing that we have an epidemic in the united states. Right determined five times more likely to get shot in the united states than any other industrialized country in this earth. And we have to understand if we're going to fix it. The different components of what leads to forty thousand people a year being shot and killed and nearly eighty thousand additional individuals being shot and surviving those injuries part of that is homicide hearted that is unintentional injury of kids in their home with guns a very small fraction our our definition of mass shooting and two-thirds are suicide

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Oliver Lee: Young autistic bell ringer and historian

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Oliver Lee: Young autistic bell ringer and historian

"My guest. Today is oliver. Lee is twenty years old. He has autism which is a neurological condition that means he processes information differently. It also means he has difficulty with change and things that are unfamiliar to him. He's had some problems forming friendships with his peer group and this could lead to social isolation in twenty ten. He began bell ringing. It's the best thing to happen to him. He has made lots of positive contacts with people and is now well established member of the essex ringing group like many others. He has struggled during lockdown and the absence of ringing bell ring is going through that my first question to you oliver is. What made you take bell ringing in the first place. What always had an interest in churches stems from that because something i've always been fascinated with and think it's not background rid. The the comes from those tend to at my at price church and nice days never had to recommend arenas so i learned to opponent which is pretty averaged six just a couple of miles from and what is it. You like about bowing before. Start spitzer very interesting because some of sponsor there's a lot of interesting background to is. I think going specialists say what is it that you found interesting. Spiracy amount of history. The restaurants are towers the ring during the nineteen twenties. Recall pills civil law surprise nature stuff. And it's just interesting legacy feeding that y'all carrying that on is royal. Yes what's yo what's been your biggest challenge. Ringing wise screams audible devils trickier aspects. And how did you learn to overcome. There's the person both ways different towns because palm slightly higher than the difficult. So i've been trying to is trying to lend beaumont under backwards. Packwood singular one thing and you use the skills for another things. I've been trying to

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Gunman Knew Victims in California Shooting 'Rampage'

John Batchelor

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Gunman Knew Victims in California Shooting 'Rampage'

"Police say the alleged shooter in the Orange California business complex shooting knew the victims. Correspondent Clayton Nevil reports that a nine year old boy was among the four people killed. The Orange Police Department says A preliminary motive is believed to be related to a business and personal relationship between the suspect and all of the victims. Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer says the 44 year old suspect began opening fire inside the business complex, horrific Rampage was going on in offices and people were dying or were being shot. Spitzer says One of the women victims was holding the nine year old victim when they were shot. That's how they were found. Police don't believe the shooting to be a random act of violence. The alleged shooter is in police custody.

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Child among 4 dead in shooting at California office building

Mark Blazor

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Child among 4 dead in shooting at California office building

"Her. It was no random attack. That's what police are saying about a deadly shooting at an office building. But they still have plenty of other questions was not random. Orange County District attorney Todd Spitzer, one of several officials Thursday, revealing at least a partial motive behind the Shooting victims were known. They were all known to each other. The alleged shooter, identified as a 44 year old man apparently had business and personal relationships with the people. He shot. Four people died, including a nine year old boy was found in the arms of a woman who was also shot. She's in critical condition, along with the suspect. It's unclear of police shot the suspect or he shot

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Los Angeles area shooter knew his victims

Ben Shapiro

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Los Angeles area shooter knew his victims

"Random attack. That's what police are saying about a deadly shooting at an office building, But they still have plenty of other questions was not random. Orange County District attorney Tom Spitzer, one of several officials Thursday, revealing at least a partial motive behind the shooting, The victims were known They were all known to each other. The alleged shooter, identified as a 44 year old man apparently had business and personal relationships with the people. He shot. Four people died, including a nine year old boy was found in the arms of a woman who was also shot. He's in critical condition, along with the suspect. It's unclear if police shot the suspect, or he shot himself. Jason

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Office Attack Southeast Of Los Angeles That Killed 4 Wasn’t Random

Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Office Attack Southeast Of Los Angeles That Killed 4 Wasn’t Random

"It was no random attack. That's what police are saying about a deadly shooting at an office building, But they still have plenty of other questions was not random. Orange County District attorney Tom Spitzer, one of several officials Thursday, revealing at least a partial motive behind the shooting, The victims were known They were all known to each other. The alleged shooter, identified as a 44 year old man apparently had business and personal relationships with the people. He shot. Four people died, including a nine year old boy was found in the arms of a woman who was also shot. He's in critical condition, along with the suspect. It's unclear if police shot the suspect, or he shot himself. Jason Nathan's in ABC

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Apology at sentencing deepens mystery of Golden State Killer

Eddie and Rocky

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Apology at sentencing deepens mystery of Golden State Killer

"But they say it's needed. On the Golden State killer today sentence to life behind bars. Finally, thing justice served. Our victim now have hope. I have hope for a future Contra Costa County D a. Diana Beckton after a California judge sentenced 74 year old former police officer Joseph D'Angelo to multiple consecutive life sentences for 13 murders and 13 rapes during the 19 seventies in 19 eighties, Orange County District attorney Todd Spitzer, saying the victim's waited decades to see D'Angelo punished We met with our victims. We knew the age of the case. We knew how long it took to solve the so called golden State killer escaping the death penalty through a plea

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"spitzer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Todd Spitzer, flip flopping. Paul Wilson's wife was one of eight killed at the salon and 2011 Spitzer has fell vastly short of his campaign promises and any kind of reform inside of this office is Kimberly Ed says. But later accused the prosecutors of misconduct. And the group's protests are political part of a radical left movement to take over the district attorney's offices. And they want to turn Orange County into San Francisco at the D. A's office Corbin Carson Kay, If I knew you were going to go back to that crashed on the 1 10 in South L a a little bit of good news here on the North side. Its loss in this wreck is now out of Lane's traffic loading up, leaving the 105 South found delays served up out of downtown Los Angeles, leaving the one No. One traveling back towards Lawson. We've got Mike O'Brien checking out Corona KF Eye in the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. A quite a mess here 91 eastbound Right at Maple six. It looks like the right lane block. It's a big brick fire from the noon hour so Lot of folks feel like they've been sitting here since noon. And I think it is bumper to bumper all the way back to about Imperial Highway south. 71 affected back through you Quit through product. Damn. They're north, 57 of getting out of Orange County. There. That's gonna load up a Tana Canyon very heavy up to the 60 birds into diamond bar. Injured in an accident visit Superwoman super lawyer dot com Mike O'Brien, k F I and the sky K and fly in this sky Help sketchy there Faster. I'm ancient Martinez this hour of the John and Ken Show is brought to you by a S. Auto insurance specialists visit a s insurance dot com Today may see a little rain will tell you about that next. It's hot out there. You don't need us to.

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Locked Down in Switzerland and Belgium

Travel with Rick Steves

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Locked Down in Switzerland and Belgium

"Start with Stephen mcfeely he operates being be on Ireland's dingle peninsula in just before the pandemic head Stephen an interest in the hotel Oberland in October and Switzerland that's where he's had to ride out the first few months of the global lockdown good and. My goodness. My Irish friend is learning Spitzer dykes. Good here in the Alps where I've been for four months. Now in splendid isolation, my plan originally was just to come for February and March, but I've I'm still here right well, what does the vibe in Switzerland right now there's a positive vibe. The society is reopening. Tourism travel has started again just no we're on the same level as it was before we had two weekends where there was crazy crowds here huge big crowds from all over Switzerland everybody who was here was from Switzerland or had to be from Switzerland. They weren't necessarily all Swiss because there's lots of international people living in Geneva and Derek and whatnot but everybody from within the barger of Switzerland over with crowds, and then it just died and Monday to. Friday went back to being really really quiet. Okay. Well, this is sort of the very beginnings of the rekindling of tourism I would imagine it'll be people traveling with within their own countries first, and then traveling within Europe, and then finally international travel and transatlantic travel. Yes. That's exactly what we're seeing. The borders here have just reopened. So we're expecting Germans and some Austrians and maybe some French to come now also, I don't anticipate huge numbers like that would have been heretofore. One. Very noticeable thing in the Valley of course, there's no American visitors. As you know, the valley also is very popular with. Chinese travelers Indians many people from Dubai and Saudi Arabia would come here and they're not here this year. So there's a noticeable difference there. So the people getting the real cultural change would be the French speaking. Swiss. German speaking part of his Switzerland and not even leaving their own country exactly. Fifty percent of our guests. Last week were French speaking Swiss and it was the first time I've ever actually met those people and I would say to them. Are you French Swiss would say no, no, we are. All MOM and so I I learned something new immediately the K. The identify as swirl. They were saying exactly what you just said they said it's like we are in a different country it's very dramatic here it's different toossion either those on the do shut down it was really cool. They were very excited to see a different part of their own country. So that was wonderful. Now Stephen you own a hotel in Ireland in Dingle Peninsula and now you own a hotel in Switzerland in Loudoun valley two of my favorite places as a businessman working in both these countries how do you compare the support getting from the government and how the two governments are dealing with this crisis? Well, the difference is. Very. Big. I'm still on team. Ireland. So I want to be positive about my own country, but there's not a lot of support coming. Heretofore in Switzerland for example, within two weeks of the crisis occurring. The. Swiss Federal Council which is the Swiss government offered ten percent of the previous year's turnover and So that's quite a considerable amount of money and they offered that as a loan which was repayable over seven years. Zero percent interest. So they're not looking to profit from it and in Ireland we really struggled to get some assistance. And we got ten thousand euros of overdraft line of credit and but repayable at seven and a half percent interest in Switzerland. We got three hundred thousand. So it's quite a big difference there no-interest at all. No interest at all. Of course, Switzerland may have much stronger and deeper reservists than Ireland, but they were able to immediately come up with assistance very little bureaucracy paperwork, and they immediately got to help us in Ireland. The experience was just simply much different to the government really weren't as proactive for as immediate as were here in Switzerland. The roots here what's around her a lot less strict as well There is a two meter rule here, but I haven't seen anybody wearing masks very much, which is kinda shocking for me because I know in Ireland the whole north of is people should be wearing masks. People definitely are observing social distance. One of my friends said to me that the two meter rule has actually brought Swiss people closer together so. That is so insightful to the Swiss society. It's more difficult thing. It's more difficult thing for Irish people or Italian people are Spanish. Two meters distance than it would be for this people or maybe the. Scandinavians. I can see by home people are wondering. Is the Irish pub culture ever going to come back the way it was with social distancing whereas in. Switzerland. Here for me like I'm I'm in the Alps I'm surrounded by fresh air and. Of of lovely space and it's been a wonderful place to be stranded, I don't even want to complain about it because although I I was stranded here for four months. It was the perfect place I felt very safe. I might have felt different if I was in the middle of Zurich or something or Geneva but I felt very safe. I'd in the Alps and it is lovely and peaceful and quiet, and of course, that's what people are coming here for anyway

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Los Angeles - State Orders Cary Jay Smith To Register As Sex Offender, Again

Tim Conway Jr.

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles - State Orders Cary Jay Smith To Register As Sex Offender, Again

"Been a change will change here coming out of Santa Ana. Convicted sex offender carry J. Smith. Will once again be required to register as such, according to the Orange County District attorney Todd Spitzer. At least somebody has their finger on what to do here. But Spitzer initially told eyewitness news the governor Newsome was expected issue an executive order requiring Smith to do so later retracted this statement. According Spitzer The state attorney general's office had taken Smith off the sex offender list back in 2005 when it was informed that no criminal records were found for Smith wonder why? I mean, there's a 1,000,000 guys with that same name, but authorities in Orange County on Ly learned Of his whereabouts and where the 59 year old Smith was and released from a mental hospital earliest months following than 20 years in confinement, so a letter sent Friday to Spitzer The state Attorney General Javier Ah, Sara, said that the department Had been trying to obtain documentation regarding the individual's criminal history and multiple criminal justice agencies. Right. Just make this guy register. What's wrong with everybody. I am and not only register, Let's pick him up for something before. Look if this guy goes out there and rapes a small boy and kills a small boy I think we all have blood on our hands right that we just let this happen that there wasn't a tremendous outrage, an outpouring of anger, so he Smith could be served with that order as early as tonight. So since his release He has moved several times across Southern California, setting off warnings to local communities and law enforcement. He's currently at a health care facility in Costa Mesa. So watch your kids in Costa Mesa because this guy said he's going to When he gets out he was going to sexually assault, rape and kill small boys. What more do we need? So while he was confined to a mental hospital, he testified, having fantasies about raping and killing young boys. He also said that he liked to go by Mr R. T K standing for Mr Rape, torture and kill. In 1985 he pled guilty to misdemeanor sexual offence involving a child and was compelled register as a sex offender. That requirement was removed by the state in 2005 and nobody knows why. But he was admitted to a psychiatric facility back in 1999 after his wife provided a letter in which Smith described sex acts and warned that a seven year old boy who lived in the neighborhood could be next. So. You're in the district Attorney's office in 5 4002 filed 20 felony counts against this guy. This guy's still out there, man. That was way out there and he doesn't even after register is a sex offenders. Tim, I do have some good news about that We are going. We spoke. We had Corbett on live a little bit ago and well, reiterate it in the in the news right now, But Governor Newsome is expected to issue an order that will require him to To register. All right. How about an issue? How about Ah, issue a requirement to put him in jail for the rest of his life on that front? Hopefully the Holy the next the next quarter hour tease. Yes, absolutely All right, But this is it's crazy. If we allow this in this country, and where does it happen? California right A

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Los Angeles - Anaheim Police Officer Charged With Lying About Traffic Stop Search

Leo Laporte

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles - Anaheim Police Officer Charged With Lying About Traffic Stop Search

"News you're a cop in Anaheim faces five years in prison for allegedly lying under oath and falsifying a police report cops found drugs in evidence of drug sales during a traffic stop in twenty eighteen Orange County DA Todd Spitzer says felony charges were filed because the cop Dylan Avila lied and said the driver consented to the search police officers who break the law or bend the rules they need to be prosecuted and they need to be fired he says body cam footage ended up showing the driver repeatedly said he did not consent if we do not get rid of the bad cops it makes every cop look past drug charges have been dropped Vela faces nearly five years in prison if

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Los Angeles Man Charged With Poisoning 8 Homeless People With Substance Twice As Strong As Pepper Spray, Recording Their Reactions

Tim Conway Jr.

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Man Charged With Poisoning 8 Homeless People With Substance Twice As Strong As Pepper Spray, Recording Their Reactions

"Charges have been filed in Orange County against a man accused of poisoning eight homeless people in Huntington beach Orange County DA Todd Spitzer says an extract put in the food the man gave people is twice as strong as pepper spray it's simply outrageous that anybody would feed a concentrated pepper spray material to an individual for their own personal entertainment Spitzer says the man offered beer to people if they ate all the spicy food then recorded the vomiting and burning reactions from a distance several people had to go to the hospital the man is facing nineteen years if he's convicted as

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"spitzer" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"We now return to inside the Patriots. There is so much going on inside of Ignatius. Not only the physical. But it's also the emotional. The wounded dying to all the things we cling to try to build up our egos into satisfy those wounds that we think we need to heal absolutely. And that's why I spent so much time in chapter seven talking about all those little emotional deals that start taking place but all the opportunities to sort of purify those emotions to get around these little Problems you know what I would call. You know the Spitz Terry narcissistic difficulties. You know and God has these ways of kind of increasing compassion increasing empathy increasing your awareness of what's going on and other people increasing your patience right. I mean it's amazing you know and if I didn't have that suffering you know I mean you know my high school yearbook right. I mean what do they write about me and my high school years does not suffer fools gladly. Well you know that might seem like a nice accolade. You know when you're in high school or college but that's not what you want on your gravestone right. That's not the epitaph. You know for your gravestone because if that's all there was then you didn't do any good for the world. You are just intolerant with people who you consider to be less talented than yourself great. What an epithet. That's a horrible epitaph. So you know again. It's like you know Ignatius didn't suffer weaklings gladly and all of a sudden turns into this minister of compassion but in order to do so he needed a lot of soul-searching and so the the spiritual exercises you know especially those meditations on the life of Christ and some of his special meditations. Were really how to parlay that suffering. How to lever that suffering into you know something that would increase opportunities for love? Now I try and put it out in really prosaic terms but Ignatius gives meditation. You know like the three degrees of humility or you know you'll give the the the two standards Or The you know their imaginative meditation. So what Ignatius does is he would maybe take my concepts and put it into images and the images are supposed to be meditated on so that when you've got it going in the imagination the Holy Spirit kind of takes over in the imagination and lead you beyond where you could lead yourself. And that's a method to Ignatius as madness. But again you know it. We waste the opportunities of suffering if we do not. You know first of all know what we're looking for. What where are the opportunities? Where do they lie? And of course You know in in knowing what those opportunities are then levering them to deepen our love to deepen our faith to help other people's D. People deepen their love and deepen their faith and ultimately as Ignatius calls in the first principle and foundation to be too. You know advance you know the very purpose of our lives which is of course To to move into the Kingdom of Heaven with the Lord and to help others to do likewise and so that's that's the first principle and foundation it's all oriented toward the resurrection all oriented toward salvation and the Lord will be lavish in grace. If we're looking for those opportunities and above all trust him so that's that's the key point and You know chapter nine about following the Holy Spirit during times of suffering. I probably be labored too much but I was trying to capture both you know. How do you just follow the Holy Spirit? You know kind of a technique for doing that and at the same time. How do we you know discern whether or not the spirit we're really following the Holy Spirit You know and not some other spirit. You know As we're kind of moving beyond our suffering so. I try to answer those questions. I'll tell you the the one lesson I know You know that you know is that if you don't have faith during times of suffering right it can lead to bitterness. It can lead to turning inward it can learn to terrible re lead the terrible resentment. It's it's a horrible thing whereas if you've got a faith during times of suffering that combination is just so life-giving because suffering plus faith is going to lead to you. Know the deepening of faith. Evening of love salvation of your own soul. You know helping of others to deepen their faith and love and the salvation. There's those you could become an Ignatius Loyola with enough suffering and enough faith you you know you can change the world. So I mean that's that's the whole irony of it and You know at first glance. We don't see it and you know that that saying that. Jesus says to the synagogue leader when he's just about to raise his daughter from the dead. He said he tells him. Fear is useless. What is needed is trust and that is so true. Fear is in fact useless. What is needed is trust so That's that's basically you know the the point at hand to get out of that you know Don't bother me now Lord with facing trust. I'm suffering I'm really mad about it. We just got Get Out of that mentality And then you know we gotta get out of another mentality. Which is what I call. Spitzer's most useless prayer dear Lord. I am suffering now so I took the opportunity to create a list of the steps. You might follow in bringing me out of my suffering in the most expeditious way and while I'm at it I also decided to provide you with a recommended timetable. Maybe you could follow this and you could see my wisdom and helped me to get to the desired result. Thank God God never answered that prayer but we all Kinda do it. You know and so. I've got a list of alternative person a list of you know. How do you keep fearing anxiety under control? It's it's important. You know to to to to be able to reflect back. And they have prudential judgments and things of that nature. But you're right chapter seven and eight a really important chapters. I thought that chapter nine. That could have been a book in itself. Oh yeah that was so extraordinary that it's like I. This was like a feast. I didn't know where to start. This was better than Thanksgiving. They know what put on my plate. I Oh thank you very much. Chris I gotTa tell you I I mean I really wanted to do something totally comprehensive and you know and of course you always you know when you write a book on suffering especially a big thick comprehensive one. You know you always run to risks. The risk of course is that people will go. Oh boy a new book on suffering just the one I'm GONNA go out and buy and read you know. So that's the first thing. Is You know severing what you know but it you know it should be something the first thing we go out and read. We should prepare ourselves for this. But you know it's just like I. I'm already suffering. I don't need to read a book about suffering. Maybe it would help the second thing. Of course the you run the risk. Is You make sick when people go. That's thick book on. Never read it. My thought is if you're suffering right now starting chapter four and finish on chapter not with chapter nine. If you've got you know you know that's that's a two hundred thirty page book you know and that that might be a reasonable place to start. However I would just say. Be Patient and try to that. Resurrection Perspective is so important. And you know especially for the skeptics. You know just burrow into the shroud of Turin to the near death experiences to the new historical arguments for the Contemporary Miracles from Lourdes just very burrow into all those things and try and get as much as you can to bill your confidence level in the resurrection because one thing is sure if Christians do not have that Resurrection Perspective stolidly in their mind and heart then of course they are going to get scared and anxious in times of suffering. They're not gonna be able to live for the you know the resurrection of the dead. They're not gonna be able to lever. They're suffering to an optimal good for their salvation in faith and in love or to help others to increase their faith in love really. They're gonNA just ask for one thing. Stop this suffering now but if that resurrection perspective if that is really fully.

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Washington state man becomes first U.S. coronavirus fatality

NPR News Now

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Washington state man becomes first U.S. coronavirus fatality

"Washington State Governor. Jay Inslee has declared a state of emergency because of the new strain of corona virus. The governor announced the move after following the first corona virus fatality in the US. A man in his fifties in Seattle who had underlying health issues. Dozens of others in the state are being tested. Gabriel Spitzer from member station K. A. N. K. EX reports. The man who died had no history of overseas travel or contact with other known carriers Public Health Seattle and King County officials. Also say to people at a suburban Long-term Care Center tested positive more than fifty staffers in residents there are showing respiratory symptoms. Dr Frank Rito is with Evergreen Health Hospital. What we're seeing is the tip of the iceberg. So we're seeing the most critically ill individuals usually that means there's a significant percentage of individuals of less severe illness floating around out there. The nursing home outbreak came to light. After federal officials broaden their guidelines on should be tested for the novel Corona

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"spitzer" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"What that you couldn't see before or what you nobody's seen it before because it was dim right. It doesn't glory much in the sun and Spitzer's good as seeing stuff that sort of cold and dark because it glows only in the infrared and so found this whole new hyun ring of Saturn so sort of changes like our view of one of the most dramatic planets in the solar system. Little extra blamed there for her and something I thought was super interesting was they. Did this. Amazing experiment called deep impact. Where they sent up some not dot the movie. Not The movie with Morgan Freeman. Not a movie. This is real life named this project after the movie or the museum but it sort of sounds like a science fiction movie because what they did is they sent them something up to smash into a comet. What Yeah Oh that's right. I've heard of this day. You actually like shoot a missile at NC. What happens you? It wasn't a missile was more like a cube of metal about the size of a washing machine of people are wondering what's inside a comet is just snowballs. It mostly rock art as each one have actually alien ship inside. Nobody knew for awhile and so they smashed into one and Spitzer was the best thing to sort of look at what came out because again. This stuff doesn't glow in the visible light. It's cold it's cold. Yeah and so is best. Seen in the infrared and So he got the best image sort of the composition of the dust from this comet and really tells Lau what's inside comments and turns out they aren't a little alien ships at least not the ones we will. Because we smash the washing machine and they'll be really angry we did. It wouldn't be you know provocation. Maybe an alien. That's how you say. Hello Look. Hey here's A. B. Q. of medal. It really high five their bladder. Thank you hear. The secrets of the universe won't indeed today. You never know right. It's always a gamble when you're talking to the aliens any learned that this thing is you know mostly Mostly ice and fascinating. That's fascinating yeah and to Spitzer got those pictures. He was the The photographer of record for that and it also tells a lot about sort of near Earth asteroids like again you WanNa see a rock. That's coming towards the earth. You don't want to necessarily have to wait for it to shine reflected light from the sun it you you can look at some of this stuff from. Spitzer see glowing however if it's your because anything with a temperature glows in the infrared right. That's doing yeah you could see in the dark literally you. You would see a little point in the dark moving. Everything has a temperature right everything. That's not absolute zero gives off some radiations called black body radiation and the colder it is the longer the Wavelength Fair. And so more things to be seen in the infrared. So you're right. Yeah these cold rocks some of them that you know might smash into Earth. The best we see them is to see them through Spitzer. We saw asteroids that we didn't know were there before also Yup. We're better able to sort of measure their size like to see. How does this thing you know? Is it really coming in our direction or not? And so that's pretty important. That could have been a shocking moment. Where you're looking at it this based on your other. I think there I'll just put on these infrared goggles. You put them on. And there's a giant asteroid and Bruce Willis is sitting on it and he or something Okay cool so We learned a lot about our solar system that we didn't know we saw a lot of stuff stuff we hadn't seen before To what else it takes us out even further so then we pointed it at other solar systems and one thing we were really curious about was like how do solar systems form when you have this blob of gas and dust and it's coming together to make star then you have also a disc of stuff around the star. That doesn't get sucked in 'cause sort of moving too fast and meanwhile has an orbit around its orbit am. I'm a lot of theories about like. How QUICKLY DO PLANET START TO FORM? Do I get the sun and it burns for like a billion years before planning start to come together to plan to come together really quickly as soon as this kind of stuff starts to happen. People just didn't know and you can see this stuff happening because you can with Spitzer because you can look directly at the non glowing stuff. You can look at the planetary disk pro disc where the planets come from and watch it happen in other solar systems using Spitzer. Oh right because I guess This if you try to look at it with visible light than the sun which is out China kind of stuff. Yeah would you WanNa do is look at the cold or stuff and you WANNA see? Are these things could gathering together? Is it mostly just rocks for millions of years or do plan start to form at the same time as the sun and so that's pretty fascinating revealed a lot of clues about how planets get pulled together and what they discovered is that planets don't waste any time as soon as that starts starts to pull together. Planets are also forming a few million years after the star. Well did the sun was coming out. Siblings Davies could yeah or rivals you know as we talked about another podcast. Some of those things might turn into stars themselves or turn into sub Brown Dwarf Stars which you could call stars or planets or whatever depending on where you fall on that done that argument you can actually take a picture of this process happening or do you have to kind of infer it from the light. That's coming do you know what I mean like you can you? Can you actually see the stuff coming together and forming planets where you can look at individual solar systems in just a snapshot right because you the timescale these processes still millions and millions of years? You can't watch one solar system sort of come together but you can sort of see a bunch of them and interpolate between them and say look. Here's one where the stars for the young and you can see. The plan is to sign a form. Here's The star is a little older and you can see the planets have formed a little more and of course a lot of uncertainty and extrapolating from one to the other as you look deeper into the university scene further back in time so you can sort of see snapshot at any point you'd like to see but of course you're right. You can't trace one solar system through time you can just see it for like over fifteen year period. You can see right. You gotta you gotTa take a survey and that's how you piece together. What happened yeah precisely well. That's pretty cool. It's it's it's having magic glasses. You know you kids invisible but then you put him on and you can see of the you can see before we could also use it to see directly those planets not just in the formation but Spitzer was the first one to visually see those exoplanets that you can actually see the little Planet Orbiting Star. You can see the little planet in the infrared. Enclose on his own in the infrared so the first direct light that came to us from another planet outside our solar system was seen by. Spitzer and remember that dumb crazy solar system they found a called the Trappist where had like seven hot jupiters all really close to the star and his bitter was the one. That's that so that was pretty exciting moment. Wow that's wild man this Sco was has been busy. Yeah it has and something that totally blew. My mind is that he can also if the exit planet is close enough and they found one. That's that's only sixty five light years away. He can see the temperature variations across the planet. You the image of it. Yeah it has an image of the planet you can see where it's hotter where it's colder and from that they can measure the speed of the winds on that planet like they're doing studies of like the temperature like the weather weather observations in other planets. Light Years Away Astro Biology. Yeah is incredible and people here. My Department for example are doing studies. Like molly atmospheres of these planets trying to understand. What'S THE COMPOSITION. And how fast these wins going. It's incredible so Some of this stuff came from Spitzer Especially these images of the of the temperature of of the plan. How it varies across the surface also seen Like light from the first stars in the universe right like the the oldest stars are redder until this telescope can see them the oldest stars on the furthest away that are moving away from us with the highest velocity there to read for humbled to see very well so we seen life from like the second generation of stars in the universe with Spitzer. The first generation of stars people are still looking for. Nobody's actually seeing that light directly But it probably will be the next generation of infrared telescopes James Webb. That helps us to leave it to see Does that mean that we No but still We're still limited by the observable universe right. Yeah we're still limited by the observable universe but if there's an old Star in there within that observable humorous will be able to see it. Yeah and that's sort of defines the observable universe you go as the age of the Universe Times the speed of light if to factor out of course the expansion of the universe and stuff but if you if you remove that stuff than photons that are arriving here that have been traveling. The entire lifetime of the universe. They're giving us pictures from those first moments. You can't go back in time than like three hundred eighty thousand years after the Big Bang. Because that's the first moment the universe became transparent but we can see photons from after that time and so it's difficult to sort of dig it out from the background and and find that light because it's obscured by gas dust and all sorts of crazy stuff but yet we can see all the way back in time as far back as the just after the Big Bang. What sounds like Spitzer has been very busy? And it's found a lot of pretty amazing things I won't say I would. If I was his parents I would. I would be pretty proud of Spitzer you know. Yeah I think Spitzer should be totally proud of itself. And that you know Spitzer's parents I either. General public should be given more love. You know when you mean Avid Spitzer telescope son or daughter running around there. Well we all own it. Right is a public thing. We all paid for it. Thing caused more than a billion dollars. That money came from us and work for us. And so it's been toiling away waiting for our love and our approval and desserts and the ad it's been ignored for twenty years but hopefully toiled on anyway right didn't throw a Tantrum. Didn't threatened to stop working. That's a model. Middle Child Thrive right there. Let's get into what else spitzer his own. And maybe at the Galactic scale what had tells about how the galaxies are formed. But first let's take another quick break..

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Rape case to be dropped against doctor who was on reality TV

Mark Levin

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Rape case to be dropped against doctor who was on reality TV

"California prosecutors say they'll drop a rape case against the high profile doctor California's surgeon grant Robichaux who appeared on a reality TV show was accused along with his girlfriend of sexually assaulting incapacitated women they were charged with rape by use of drugs kidnapping and other crimes in twenty eighteen but Tony recount gets the Orange County district attorney who filed the charges later admitted he hoped the publicity over the case would help his reelection campaign the new de etat Spitzer says there is insufficient evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt and that video evidence for Calchas a talked about did not exist an attorney for one of really shows accusers says she'll be devastated Spitzer is asking the state bar to review the original handling of

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"spitzer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on AP News

"Spitzer space telescope after sixteen years of scanning the universe with infrared eyes ground controllers to put the aging spacecraft into permanent hibernation for years but Sir look through dusty clouds that I'm told stars and galaxies uncovered a huge nearly invisible ring around Saturday and helped discover seven earth size planets around a nearby star altogether Spitzer observed eight hundred thousand celestial targets and turned out more than thirty six million raw images as part of the one point four billion dollar mission an estimated four thousand scientists around the world took part of the observations and published nearly nine thousand studies according to NASA designed to last just two and a half to five years the telescope got increasingly difficult to operate as it drifted farther behind earth NASA set it currently trails earth by one hundred sixty five million miles while orbiting the sun Spitzer will continue to fall even farther behind earth posing no threat to any other space craft or anything else officials that I Connecticut Indian tribe is withdrawing its decades long support of Indian related team names reversal has unsettled many people in Montville Connecticut where the high school teams are called the Indians with the former blessing of the Mohegan tribe the native American tribe traces its local history back centuries and today operates one of the world's biggest casinos the tribe in the school system have communicated over the years to make sure that the name honors American Indians and is not used in a derogatory way the mayor Ronald McDaniel said the school system will follow up with a try but the name is never been a source of friction until now British Airways joins a growing list of airlines suspending or reducing flights to China he pees at Charles de Ledesma reports it comes as fears spread about the outbreak of a new virus that killed more than a hundred thirty people show bases announce it immediately suspending all flights to and from mainland China after the British government warned against unnecessary travel to the country I made the virus outbreak finesse Hong Kong based Cathay Pacific and Singapore based Jetstar Asia meanwhile cutting back on flights to the country as the mantra for travel drops China has cut off access to the central city of Wuhan epicenter of the outbreak and sixteen other cities to prevent people from leaving and spreading the virus further I'm Charles de Ledesma question time in the truck trial I'm to acquire the AP news minute members of the Senate are questioning the house prosecutors and president trump's defense attorneys on this first day of questions in trump's impeachment trial during a break Utah Republican senator Mitt Romney told reporters he favors calling former national security adviser John Bolton to testify John.

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NASA shutting down space telescope, infrared eyes to cosmos

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

NASA shutting down space telescope, infrared eyes to cosmos

"NASA is pulling the plug on one of its greatest space observatories the Spitzer space telescope has been scanning the universe within for red eyes for sixteen years the end will come tomorrow when ground controllers put the spacecraft into permanent hibernation Spitzer peered through dusty clouds at stars and galaxies and uncovered a huge nearly invisible ring around Saturn the telescope also help discover seven earth size planets around a nearby star it's been in decline for years becoming increasingly difficult to operate while trailing earth around the sun S. last observation is expected

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How Bill Creelman Built Spindrift

How I Built This

10:03 min | 1 year ago

How Bill Creelman Built Spindrift

"In two thousand nineteen the World Health Organization revised its guidelines for sugar intake. SUGAR IT turns out. It's actually worse for us than we thought. Too much can be deadly now. I say this by the way as I finish this delicious sugar cookie. My kids made last night anyway. The new guidelines now suggest adults should not consume more than twenty five grams of added sugar a day. Now think about this for a moment. A single twelve ounce can of Coca Cola has thirty nine grams of added sugar. That is a day and a half of sugar. A can of coke and if you go to the movies and get thirty two ounce cup you will burn through nearly five days if you're sugar allotment before you get to the credits so what to do. Well the obvious answer is drink less sugar which clearly is advice. Lots of people are taking because the last year the sparkling water industry hit an all all time high and sales nearly two and a half billion dollars according to Nielsen. And it's why the beverage out if your local supermarket is now jam packed with with Lacroix and Topa Chico bobbly Poland Springs and Waterloo in several other brands. And it's also big players like Coca Cola Pepsi and Nestle Sleet are all pushing into the sector. One of the fastest growing independent brands and sparkling water is called spin drift and unlike virtually every other bubbly water brand out. There spend drips. Water is as basic as it gets literally just a mixture of sparkling water and fresh squeezed juice which may may not sound all that innovative. But it's actually an incredibly challenging thing to make because fresh squeezed juice does not stay fresh forever and Spitzer's founder founder. Bill crewmen took years to figure out how to make it all work and along the way he struggled to find bottlers and distributors. Who would work with them but the story story of how he was inspired to create spin drift probably begins much much earlier back in his childhood bills? Parents chose to raise the family on a farm in in western Massachusetts. His Dad worked for the sporting goods company spalding. His mom wasn't home with the family and pretty much. All the food they ate was local. The fresh thing I remember most is just all of the food seem to come from our farmer or the farms around us. So you know we had. I just sugarhouse up the street from us. We had you know milked it was delivered with a huge head of cream on the top. You know unbiased tries we would make other from that. Ah I think key learning for me was just a very clear idea of where our food is coming from because it seemed to always be delivered from our neighbors abors or or just off of our own farm You know there was local unavailable and just to be clear. I mean we're talking about like the nineteen thirties or forties. I I believe at the time of this recording. You're forty five years old so this is like the eighties. This is not that long ago it really wasn't and that's what I mean. It was really a choice. And you know. I'm not sure what the message message was. We're supposed to take away from it. I would say my mom. She love this idea of being out in the woods and being on a farm and and surviving and off of nature and she was surrounded by friends felt the same way and we had almost no rules honestly we she had this philosophy. Severe that you know have fun. Do Your own thing in be adventurous. I think she's sort of thought of the farm is our playground are self expression and and I think the thing I remember that the farm land just kind of continued in all directions and farmers to the left and right in around us and even to this stay. This neighborhood and in Western mass is really still the same way it's virtually unchanged today. Do you remember how quiet it was at night. From like December to. Let's say the end of March because I'm imagining there was so much snow. It was absorbing all of the sound at night it was just silent. Maybe a little wind I I remember that really keenly and I actually think of that often because now you know in the suburbs herbs of Boston you that level of silence that type of silence. It was really hard to find. We would keep by firewood for the most part. We had a big woodstove when that fire would burn down nothing there was really no sound left in the house. Save your breathing or the shuffling of you. You know of a sibling was it. An old house would like old wooden floorboards. Yeah it was an old redman just where you imagine a Red Farmhouse Big Red Barn creaking floorboards floorboards for sure. So I guess you knew of someone got up during the night but other than that it was. It was completely silent so So that eventually your family moved off of that farm to the town of deerfield which is also in guessing western Massachusetts and you went to high school there and then to college in Washington. DC at Georgetown. When you when you got to college like when you're eighteen years old did you have any idea? What you you want to do with your life? Now I was kind of out of the sort of grasps of western Massachusetts and I was really starting to for the first time. I What I wanted to do professionally and I should mention that kind of in high school and then as I started college I was starting to work on the fishing boats off the Cape and islands of Cape Cod or or like nantucket? Martha's Vineyard is. Is that right. That's right and you know it was just it was just magical you know you're on abode all day. You're fishing for whatever you could catch. Stripe Pass in Blue Fish And so when I got to Georgetown I really really. I was working in the summers and then going to school during the year and I started to really solidify crystallize. You know what I thought I wanted to do. which was kind of try to figure out you know business? That would be interesting to me so as I was finishing up. Georgetown I took my coast card test. And then eventually I got my captains license right after graduation and Butleigh why you were Georgetown. You met somebody who became presumably became a girlfriend today. Your Wife Life Bray is is right. That's right yeah very lucky. I'm to meet my wife Harley while we are Georgetown and we started dating when we were nineteen uh-huh and so we've been together ever ever since I'm not sure she quite knew what she was getting into way back then but while I was at Georgetown. I took an entrepreneurship class in my senior year. She she got to see me Present my first business plan so I guess she had some sense devoid. She was getting into even in the nineties. And what was your business. Plan that you pitch to the class. It was called nantucket smoke house so the idea was taking smoke fish and striped bass and other things in creating a smoke house out on island we were then offer the products from all over the US turned out to luckily not an idea. We ended up pursuing Tom. But you know the Sivas planted for sure all right so so you you graduate From Georgetown in Nineteen ninety-six. And and what did you do. Where'd you go work? So the first thing I did was go back out to an antiquated and actually continue now with my captain's license in hand continue working on the on the fishing boats. You know I was probably my fifth year and so I went out there with an idea of kind of finishing that summer and then and then ultimately going out to the Pacific northwest to pursue the smoked food world or at least learn more about it and so my wife Harley was living in her girlfriend that time living in Seattle and we piled into her sir VW and drove up the coast and basically just started hitting smoke houses and asking them. You know what the industry was like today. Play kit today. Not like it would they recommend going into it and I'll never I'll never forget finishing a tour and the guy who is leading me on the tour pulled me aside and said I mean do you favor never get into this business fish. It's fire you know. It is a shrinking industry. You know it's nothing we would recommend and was that enough to convince you it was at least enough for me to second guess it and so I am incredibly grateful for that person's advice for sure and the the business idea that ended up kind of coming out of it was company called Nantucket Harvest and untuckit harvest offered smoked food items That were already being produced. Even though it ultimately long-term not terribly successful. It was much better than where we would land right okay. So you're so you decide I'm going to go back to Massachusetts. I'm going to start a business where I basically. What like source food food from nantucket and create like a mail order business? That's right who is mid mid nineties Nantucket at all these really interesting producers serves that had gotten to know some of them over the years What were they making or what? What did they produce? Yes so they had you know it's thirty miles off shore so it kind of has some. I'm really interesting. Unique products only only really only available out there. There was already a a smoke. Bluefish Pate Really Beach Palm Jelly really interesting Zhang Jellies Bay scallops. You know lobsters ice cream so our thesis was will people love these in the summer. I bet they would love to buy him. mm-hmm the other nine months of the year and we wanted to provide them with a solution to do

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Gunmaker Colt suspending production of rifles for civilian market including AR-15

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Gunmaker Colt suspending production of rifles for civilian market including AR-15

"Connecticut based gunmaker cold says it plans to suspend production of A. R. fifteen style rifles with the civilian market company says it will limit production to police and military contracts can I get public radio's Ryen Lindsay is more the gun company says this is not a political decision C. O. Dionisio said in a statement that cold is quote a stout supporter of the second amendment but he says the market for a R. fifteens over saturated professor Robert Spitzer SUNY Cortland says colts decision is significant even though the rifles in question represent a small percentage of guns in America politically speaking his weapons have come to be seen as sort of at the core of America's gun problem and that is attributable to the fact that they have increasingly been used by mass shooters the company says that it's a R. fifteen sales have been declining but it could resume selling them to civilians in the

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An Eye Catching App

Innovation Now

01:19 min | 2 years ago

An Eye Catching App

"Put yourself in the orion nebula or travel to the center of the milky way galaxy. A new nasa app puts you in the space suit. This is innovation now. Bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future the nasa selfie app lets you generate snapshots of the yourself in a virtual space suit posing in front of more than thirty eye-catching locations. Thanks to images taken by nasr's spitzer space telescope spitzer was the fourth and final edition to nasr's great observatories program optimistically the team had hoped the telescope would stay alive live for five years in the harsh environment of space now celebrating more than fifteen years in space. Spitzer's infrared capabilities continue new to observe the universe in a different kind of light. The selfies app is available for both android and i._o._s. Devices the simple interface. Lets it's you snap a photo of yourself. Pick your background and even share on social media and for those who want more than just pretty pictures. The app also provides provides information about the science behind those stunning images for innovation now. I'm jennifer fully innovation now is.

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"spitzer" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"So these ones will continue going on. So please stay subscribed. This is the this is the format for this podcast. I'm also doing another podcast called space news pot alive. So that's where you can get the longer format that's where you can get the conversational format of this podcast. So that being said, let's get into some Spitzer news Spitzer space telescope, according to NASA will be decommissioned on January thirtieth of twenty twenty now that is due to the space telescope aging. And this is due to decreased functionality you see Spitzer. It has to rotate two point it's antenna towards the earth to transmit data back to us. And when it does this, it causes its solar panels to turn away from the sun in during. That time the space craft relies on internal solar power in a battery to operate. So every year, that Spitzer has been out there, it's there's solar panels have been tilting further and further away from the sun in scientists at NASA worried that continuing to operate Spitzer would deplete his energy source completely. And if this happens like in the middle of it experiment, they might not be able to retrieve the data that's already on Spitzer, so they need to basically save energy in order to shoot that data back to earth in Spitzer is amazing. Right. So Spitzer was only supposed to last five years in it. Lasted in additional eleven years, in during that time Spitzer gave us some of the most stunning images of Saturn's rings clusters of stars and. A small black hole from a nearby dwarf galaxy amongst a lot.

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"spitzer" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Spitzer space telescope, according to NASA will be decommissioned on January thirtieth of twenty twenty now that is due to the space telescope aging. And this is due to decreased functionality you see Spitzer. It has to rotate two point it's antenna towards the earth to transmit data back to us. And when it does this, it causes its solar panels to turn away from the sun in during. That time the space craft relies on internal solar power in a battery to operate. So every year, that Spitzer has been out there, it's there's solar panels have been tilting further and further away from the sun in scientists at NASA worried that continuing to operate Spitzer would deplete his energy source completely. And if this happens like in the middle of it experiment, they might not be able to retrieve the data that's already on Spitzer, so they need to basically save energy in order to shoot that data back to earth in Spitzer is amazing. Right. So Spitzer was only supposed to last five years in it. Lasted in additional eleven years, in during that time Spitzer gave us some of the most stunning images of Saturn's rings clusters of stars and. A small black hole from a nearby dwarf galaxy amongst a lot of other images. You can check them all out on NASA. It's all free to download free to check out. You can go to NASA dot gov in search for Spitzer or all the Spitzer news and all the everything that's happened with Spitzer throughout its time throughout at sixteen years exoplanets, galaxies everything Nobili stars solar systems. It's all there. Now Spitzer gave us some amazing data some amazing science, but it's going to be replaced by the James Webb space telescope, which is going to launch in twenty twenty one in the James Webb space telescope that J W. It's different than the Spitzer space telescope. It's going to be an L to a second Legrand's point. And it will orbit the sun, one point five million kilometers. It's about a million miles away from the earth

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NASA Shuts Down Spitzer Space Telescope After 16 Years

SPACE NEWS POD

02:31 min | 2 years ago

NASA Shuts Down Spitzer Space Telescope After 16 Years

"Spitzer space telescope, according to NASA will be decommissioned on January thirtieth of twenty twenty now that is due to the space telescope aging. And this is due to decreased functionality you see Spitzer. It has to rotate two point it's antenna towards the earth to transmit data back to us. And when it does this, it causes its solar panels to turn away from the sun in during. That time the space craft relies on internal solar power in a battery to operate. So every year, that Spitzer has been out there, it's there's solar panels have been tilting further and further away from the sun in scientists at NASA worried that continuing to operate Spitzer would deplete his energy source completely. And if this happens like in the middle of it experiment, they might not be able to retrieve the data that's already on Spitzer, so they need to basically save energy in order to shoot that data back to earth in Spitzer is amazing. Right. So Spitzer was only supposed to last five years in it. Lasted in additional eleven years, in during that time Spitzer gave us some of the most stunning images of Saturn's rings clusters of stars and. A small black hole from a nearby dwarf galaxy amongst a lot of other images. You can check them all out on NASA. It's all free to download free to check out. You can go to NASA dot gov in search for Spitzer or all the Spitzer news and all the everything that's happened with Spitzer throughout its time throughout at sixteen years exoplanets, galaxies everything Nobili stars solar systems. It's all there. Now Spitzer gave us some amazing data some amazing science, but it's going to be replaced by the James Webb space telescope, which is going to launch in twenty twenty one in the James Webb space telescope that J W. It's different than the Spitzer space telescope. It's going to be an L to a second Legrand's point. And it will orbit the sun, one point five million kilometers. It's about a million miles away from the earth

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"spitzer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And also Erin Spitzer in studio. Good morning to both of you. Jeff. How are you? Great. How are you Paul fantastic? Aaron Spitzer welcome back to the show. Thanks. Thanks for having me back today. I wanna make sure you get the exact title. You are a CFP. Correct. What does that mean a certified financial planner? There you go. You got it all these acronyms. Yeah. Right in your business in we get late around. There's a we have a list of how to find a financial adviser and some of the alphabet soup you have after name. So we might go through that. If we have a chance later around Jeff you have more alphabet soup titles behind your negative. I've been around for a while. But the thicky inner office that we believe in continuing education when you could do the continuing education, you get credit for you get a designation that designations we have seal us chart life under a charge financial consultant, certified financial planners. I think Joe is a certified retirement planning specialist. So we believe in the continuing education in the designations proves that we believe that your website the co away dot com. Gives us a lot of background on all of your locations. Now four I believe soon to be five Jeff, right? Yep. We have in the world headquarters in Waukesha. We also have Madison port, Washington, Phoenix and an era Spitzer good thing. He's here today because he's going to be working out of that office right at highway twenty and ninety four hundred oh, that's a good location. Aaron that's not open yet. But soon to be correct. Yeah. We're targeting about a month from now and for most people if you're if you're in the Racine area, and you're going on highway twenty you can't miss the sign. It's about as big as a billboard out. There the coal investment group. Now, so five locations will be saying, Jeff, of course, your world headquarters as you said in Waukesha, but if your net north shore area port Washington office, these are places you get together and meet I guess when needed. I mean is there a rule of thumb how often I should meet with my advisers it as needed Jeff? As Niyaz we'd like to see our clients generally once a year sometimes twice a year and more often, we'll see clients very often if they're close to retirement writer at Ray, the pull the pin, and you wanna make sure that you're not make a mistake on that. You don't wanna be retiring leaving work, and then finding out that. You have to go back at seventy five because there is a slight miscalculation. So we were very careful with that. But generally, I would think especially for. Our clients were me with them twice a year. And that it's not just about the investments it's about the planning as well. And if you go you mentioned, the the website.

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"spitzer" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Eliot Spitzer, this is a largely unknown story. The guy who apparently took down Al Franken Roger stone and took down Eliot Spitzer, if you haven't seen this documentary client number nine if you want to know who Roger stone is watch this documentary. It's breathtaking. It's the story of how Eliot Spitzer as attorney general of New York state was going after a billionaire. In New York. And I'm I you know, it's been a few years since I watched the documentary. I'm sorry. I don't remember the name of the billionaire, but this billionaire hired Roger stone to take down Eliot Spitzer, and Roger stone, apparently bribed somebody inside the federal judiciary inside the federal government. And got sealed federal investigative reports. They were looking into this prostitution ring in Washington DC, and he got these sealed private top secret FBI reports that indicated that one of the people who had been a customer of one of the prostitutes that was under scrutiny. Was in fact, Eliot Spitzer. And Roger stone made that information public. And of course, that took down Eliot Spitzer that was the end of his. Life in many ways and in client number nine. They interview Spitzer at length, and and what's so heartbreaking about this documentary. And I really encourage you to watch it is the first twenty percent of the documentary. I v of the documentary is clips from from Eliot Spitzer giving speeches and things the guy. It was going to be the next FDR. He was going to be part of the United States. And Roger stone took him down. Roger stone who used to work for Richard Nixon was Richard Nixon tattooed on his back. Took down Franken apparently took down Eliot Spitzer. And now it appears took out Hillary Clinton. So my question does the Clinton campaign or does. Hilary Clinton herself have the basis for a lawsuit that could be established at the supreme court for fraud against the United States of America and against their campaign. They're the aggrieved party they would have to to file the lawsuit. Although I would think that any any of us could file a lawsuit to say that you know, we are aggrieved parties too, but it might be a little more ten little thinner a little weaker. But does the Clinton campaign have a lawsuit that they can that they could bring in federal court that says? Trump is president as a consequence of a fraud. He should be deprived of the fruit of that fraud. Therefore, Trump and Pence are no longer president and Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine our president and vice president just like that is that even possible. I don't know. I honestly don't know. Congressman or O'Connor will be with us on Monday. He's a constitutional lawyer Yale Law School, go at graduate. I I left a message for him this morning, but never heard back. You know, asking essentially the same question, we will certainly talk with him on Monday when he comes on the program. So anyhow William in Eureka, California. Hey, William thanks for listening to fourteen eighty AM. What's up? Hi, tom. Thanks for doing. What you do? Sure. I'm calling in today with a get out the vote action alert for people in California. I think there's a lot of people that vote in every national election. But they don't realize that these state party election happened every two years, and they're very important if you had a minute or two I could call your audience more about him very quickly. Well, this weekend in all throughout California, and the California Democratic party is holding in elections called ADA stands for assembly district election meetings. Happy's took place two weeks ago and the rest of them take places weekend. I want to encourage all of your listeners in California to go to a website. WWW dot ends dot vote. You can find the progressives that are running in your district simply by going there and selecting the assembly district that you live in. I also have a really good idea for people that don't want to donate to the Democratic Party. But really wanna help propel progressive ideas. One thing you can do it. You can join the democratic progressive caucus in your state. You can go online if you live in California, just Google progressive caucus, California. Let's donate or and you can do two things at one time. You can give them a little money, and you can join their caucus and really get in tune with what's happening in progressive politics in California. You always encourage people to get more involved. And I just want to thank you for that. 'cause Bernie Sanders have.

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"spitzer" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"It's the Michael J FOX show. We talk and Chris Christie, Eliot Spitzer, Mike Huckabee. Governor Chris Christie appoint all right? Our last question of round threes. Borja after spending four years in jail over his involvement with Watergate he showed up here as a drug smuggler bringing in tainted heroin into the US in bodybags NBC, nineteen eighty six. Oh, gosh. I have no idea. What show this nineteen eighty? We got mid eighties NBC, and we got some heroin. That heroin. Yeah. I would steal meal works in this situation. She gets to this point. And then we'll go back to Joscelyn for the fine. It's miami. Vice? Yeah. Quarters because the Miami vice is drugs was that. Watergate dude, G Gordon Liddy John dean, John Ehrlichman G Gordon Liddy. It's in fact is G Gordon Liddy. And that is route three all right scores list. This game is still cat is in the lead with eleven points. I have ten Sarah has nine Johnson has. All right now, we're into round for everybody has one question. We're talking athletes athlete guest stars for Sarah. Oh, no, two of the girls have set up a charity hoops tournament. But Jesse isn't barris to emit. He can't play to guess coached by hall of Famer and his son ABC nineteen ninety-five. And it's a boy Jesse boy Jesse it. It. Boy meets world. That show is full house. Was that Crema BIL Jabbar Larry Bird Magic Johnson? I don't know. And I really hope it was not Kareem. So I'm gonna say Magic Johnson. It was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Do you think he's not gonna do full house to he was on dancing with the stars later? He just likes being on TV. Veronica Mars writer. Leave me this one thing. He was on that reality show dive celebrities learned to dive up Tara. Here's your athlete. Question cat. Have the cast loves hanging out with a retired baseball player. But some hate him claiming he spit on them during a nineteen eighty-seven game. They're proven wrong with JFK style breakdown of the game. Video NBC nineteen Ninety-two fine feld. All right. Was that? Dwight Gooden Gary Carter, Keith Hernandez, Keith Hernandez. Sarah would have been furious. If you've got that one wrong because picky, but you knew it. So it's okay. From your Mackel crackle. A TV movie. Sequel Tara to the original show a sports team crash lands on the original cast resort and has to play a match to save the.

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"spitzer" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on American Scandal

"All that that persists that even despite Spitzer's steamrolling charge to change it clo- MOS attempt to do the same wise all many corrupt and wise it intractable that's probably a really good question for William Kennedy in terms of the culture of all, buddy. But I suspect that the culture of Albany is as corrupt as it is because. It's it's a Representative body of a very wealthy state. And yet these people don't really get paid enough to survive. So they're doing they're they're sort of businessmen representatives. Who have access to enormous treasures if they play the game. Well, and so you see incredible corruption. And and it will be surprising. If that corruption can be rooted out, you noted properly that a number of the key players in the Spitzer scandal or the Spitzer story have become disgrace themselves and fallen one exception to that is Andrew Cuomo. Andrew Cuomo was actually pivotal in terms of bringing Spitzer down. If you go back and think about it. He was the one who was really writing very hard on the investigation into trooper gate, which at least in my view was kind of a a trumped up episode ginned up by a Joe Bruno just to make Spitzer look bad. But I think Cuomo saw his own rivalry Spitzer as an opportunity to make that more than it was that's my own personal view. That's not something that's deeply embedded in in the film. But I would also say this, and it's very interesting to note that one of the key. Financial and political supporters of Cuomo, particularly when he first runs for governor is Ken on go who has Spitzer's archenemy. The man who said. You know, if he's going to try to put a stake in my heart. He better make it steal because would will break. So the alliance between Ken Langone and Andrew Cuomo is one that people should probably pay a little bit more attention. You've had opportunity to interview and converse. With a lot of people of power Albany is a place of power. What do you think it is about power that makes people think that they can get away with things it's an aphorism? It's easy to say the power corrupts, but what's the mechanism of power that that that that that gets into the bloodstream of these people, I think two things happen simultaneously in. It's a toxic mix. One is when you get a lot of power you begin to believe your own bullshit. You begin to believe that you are as great, and as wonderful as other people say that you are. And they say that you are because you have a lot of. Power surrounded by flatterers. And the next thing, you know, you wanna believe that. I also think that people with power tend to be on a mission. And when you're on a mission, you believe more strongly in the purity of the end than the goodness of the means to achieve that. You somehow believe that the pure end can justify an ignoble or corrupt means and so this this combination of. Sense of enormous a belief in your own. Strength of character. As a result of those who flatter you in this sense that the end justifies a ruthless means allows you to be corrupt. I think that whether it's Eliot Spitzer who imagined that, you know, look he was doing so much good for the people of New York, and ultimately the people around the country. Surely he deserved a little bit of fun. And and. And. I think that. That he could do as former attorney crusading attorney general could engage activities for which he prosecuted other people. That's a kind of suspension of of of a belief that is is hard to really understand sort of extreme cognitive dissonance. But I think people in power. Are afflicted with. Ah blindness and a sense of invulnerability that ultimately interesting Lee, and ironically, often causes them to lose that power this flick Shen the sense of invulnerability most often infects those in positions of public power politicians celebrities, certain flashy CEO's, but there's another sort of power a power, you've alluded to the power of influence behind the scenes and the power of influence of the public narrative in terms of in terms of power or in terms of this story..

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"spitzer" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Innovation Now

"One of nasr's four great space observatories gets a new lease on life after retirement hunting for exo planets this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future the spitzer space telescope was the last of a class of four telescopes called the great space observatories launched in two thousand three it was designed to scan the heavens in the infrared spectrum high above the earth's interfering atmosphere spitzer headed design lifetime of only three years but was able to hoard it's helium coolant supply and extend its mission to over five years but the story gets better spitzer was built especially well and it carried an innovative backup cooling system to get the infrared detectors down to their operating temperature of below four hundred degrees fahrenheit without any helium coolant spitzer uses passive cooling with the sun shade and black reflector on shady side plus very reflective insulation on the sunnyside to shed unwanted heat it's enough cooling for two of the telescopes detectors to keep on working and what a job nasa found for those detectors spitzer's new mission is finding and measuring exoplanets orbiting alien stars which is a task nobody had even considered possible back when the project was designed and launched bravo spitzer team for innovation now this is jennifer pulley now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa and is distributed by w hr v.

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"spitzer" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on The Editors

"Thank goodness those women who had been victimized by schneiderman were willing to come forward and and help stop to it so shelly it is an instance maybe not the biggest or most important one but an instance of of trumping fortunate as enemies schneider been had made a big deal of being a leader at the top of the ramparts legal resistance he's inordinately lucky with his enemies and his rivals within his own party fold revealed have gloss jor in this case and is it a lot because trump tweeted about schneiderman two thousand the teen and said you wait you'll see how bad this guy is he's worse than eliot spitzer with did he knows he just being trump who knows but in this case schneiderman does seem to be something of of a month's to i don't think there's a partisan element to this to their about people in both parties there are bad people in both movements i do think that there are an awful lot of people who are so loud about a particular topic and hiding something with that this is not the first time that really woke progressive who goes on and on and on and on about women's rights and women's liberation turns out to be part of the problem what in fairness by the same token very pious social conservatives who claim to adhered attritional turn out less common now because social changes has altered the consequences but what people in the nine hundred who never stop going on about sexuality and a lot of them turned out to be gay and i do think this is an interesting phenomenon but this is this is a case where you have a guy who's.

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"spitzer" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Well one of the pass was eliot spitzer and he fought against wall street he was called the sheriff of wall street and all of a sudden powerful people found allegations against them also involving sex so i said let's see what the source is there's hatchet men out there for the right wing well i looked at the source after the show and it turns out they got him and it is damning first of all is the new yorker and to people reporting on it one is ronan farrow his credentials in this field impeccable the second is jane mayer simply put one of the best reporters in the country so no no these allegations are very much real so let me begin to tell you what schneiderman apparently did the four forewoman involved as a pharaoh and meyer explain they alleged that he repeatedly hit them off and after drinking frequently in bed and never with their consent manning bearish and selva rotten them those are the two that came out publicly categories categorize the abuse he inflicted on them as quote assault they did not report their allegations to the police at the time but both saying that they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the ear inn face and also choked now schneiderman claims that they were just doing role playing as you're gonna find out in the peace knew that does not appear to be what happened silverado says that schneiderman warned her that he could have her followed and her phones tapped and they both say that he threatened to kill them if they broke up with them schneider as spokesperson said that he'd never made any of these threats well they are well documented as you're about to see and not obviously would be an enormous abuse of power on top of the sick assaults that are alleged here a third former romantic partner of schneider's told manning bearish and silver autumn that he also repeatedly subjected her to nonconsensual physical violence but she told him that she is to fry.

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"spitzer" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Hit pause for a little while they may be stuck in the ditch a little bit when it comes to continuing on some of the past the starter schneider was on related to trump related matters and the current governor andrew cuomo who demanded a schneiderman resignation tonight is himself a former new york state attorney general he was the last democratic attorney general in new york state to emerge from the job without having drowned and scandal eliot spitzer now eric schneiderman enjoy there's something so weird about the eliot spitzer history and what we know has conduct was secretly when he was new york state attorney journal and eric schneiderman and what we're learning about him tonight to make me wonder is is there something about prosecutors reaching this seemingly all powerful level of something like new york state attorney general that tips them over a an edge where they cannot evaluate what their risk factor is what kind of craziness is involved in their behavior i really don't think that that's the case and i think that new york has produced some extraordinarily fine chief prosecutors particularly on the federal side of the hound schneiderman is office did something nominally positive things during his tenure that doesn't in any way apologize for his conduct but he was a leader in civil rights work recently filing one of the nationwide lawsuits challenging the inclusion of an immigration status question on the census so i would say that perhaps this personal do sink receive this personal criminality really is balanced out by people who are high achievers these folks i think are idiots syncretic new york hopefully will be assembly will replace him with a strong replacement and we won't have problems moving forward or going to squeeze in a break in our breaking news coverage here coming up as a new report tonight that president trump is growing frustrated with rudy giuliani for failing to shut down the stormy daniels hush money story inevitable donald trump frustrated with rudy giuliani.

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"spitzer" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on The Science Show

"Scientifically now than ever before because we've had a series of astronaut servicing missions over the years that have kept hubble fresh with new instruments and also were using hubble in ways that really were not even thought about when it was first launched and one of those ways is to study exo planets hubbell was the pioneer for understanding atmospheres of exit plan it's by analyzing them through the transit method of looking at their atmospheres as the planet passes in front of its parent star since then these techniques have been honed and hubble is now playing a key role in analyzing exo planet atmospheres from many different types of planets so that's kind of the way it works that are telescopes we'll look at a star that has a planet that happens to be orbiting along or near the plane of our line of sight as the radiation from the star passes through the atmosphere of an exit planet that atmosphere can absorb some of the components of light before it reaches our telescope and so we can look at the spectrum and see something about the composition of the atmosphere or the characteristics of the atmosphere an example of what was done recently using hubble and the spitzer space telescopes to study the atmospheres of some of the planets in the trappist one system which is very exciting system of planets they're seven more or less earth sized planets in that system and some of them appear to be in the habitable zone of their parents star so these are the kinds of things we're doing with hubble hubble is not really good at detecting and finding it's not the finding machine for exit planets but it is excellent for characterizing some features of atmospheres including water vapor as hubble has been key in finding water vapor in several plants at this point we're doing a major survey of exit plan.

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"spitzer" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Insects i've had that's been on tape all of its fine like come out me bro dig it up like kindly don't post it but if you were to it's all been consensual so i broken no laws and then everyone was like oh he got that out of the way and then he's automatically a more legitimate candidate because he so honest governor david paterson the first black and blind governor of new york he with eliot spitzer have that whole lying tobacco with prostitutes and everything yes and then david paterson was the governor and the next day he and his wife had a press conference where they both said we've had affairs with staffers and we both lino without this this was in like our member yet thorough nine adds incredible and it was the first moment that i was like oh like the whole press was in the room and they were like like they didn't have anything to slay lurch bombed fair bombed yeah so then they had to look for other things like holding them accountable for his policies not just chasing after the dirt in his past yeah and i have a ton of dirt my pass and i want to get it all out there but instead of just running myself i feel like this is something other candidates could use like you guys know like i'm sure people come up to you all the time they're like you should run for office like you literally our said that to us ided other people i'm sure excited to they hatem goes you're you're better off supporting other people getting into the game like i don't have the temper for i i would i would punch you'll have right on the perth that's i think the right temper well i and i think that was even obvious in it always scares me always i kind of picked some lines that are not so superficial i picked some ones i thought we can have a juicy combo about great i always say the phrase juicy combo.

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"spitzer" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Hey it a walk through the best images from hubbell and spitzer and other telescopes now with an astronomer explaining what it is we're looking at what does it mean what did we learn from it it's both you know visually and intellectually stimulating at the same time really highly recommend that course and listeners we want you to join us in enjoying the great courses plus two so they're giving s you listeners and entire month of unlimited access absolutely free but you need to sign up through our special are l so sign up today at the great courses plus dot com slash skeptics that's the great courses plus dot com slash skeptics are goes let's get back to our show all right well we have one non nobel related news item to close of this section in this is deals with our old friend you lawn musk nealon who just likes to make provocative announcements about what spacex when he gains were yes nukes on mars her so eric bioengineered is time the the announcement thank god everyone's attention was he said that he is going to develop rocket travel between cities on earth maria interesting idea it's not a new idea i've read about the decades ago in various different works of scifi action now you know you traveling by rock instead of airplane or jets it it the has the advantage of being really fast i mean you could just go on like a suburb anarchy and you can get anywhere pretty quickly he he calculates that you can get two between almost any to cities on earth.

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