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"Yeah and it's not that big a difference for the of a for the other areas. So maybe it's your modem about the five g. right like that. Does something going on there. That's a huge difference because video playback without streaming is an hour difference is that a streaming on cellular or is that streaming on wifi. It just said video playback streamed says but that's such a much much larger difference of potentially the victory. there are lots of different ways that battery life gets extended. But i got to think that five g. modems being better is a big part of it. Plus the batteries bigger plus the fifteen is probably more efficient plus. They've probably found other places that they can be more efficient. But still it's a big difference and you know we have said before. Sometimes the battery life is the most important feature in your phone if you you know if you have to lose your phone because it's died or you have to bring a battery pack around like that's not as good like having bone phones that last an apple has come a long way in the last few years with battery life but to continue making. Those kinds of improvements is a big deal. I'm honestly surprised that they have increased it with the Promotion because most phones that go to high refresh rate or adaptive refresh rate displays. They see about relief. Hit like this is something. Samsung is seen one plus a scene they see about your life hit. I think this must be apple being really aggressive in terms of how they handle video and and cranking down the frame rate when you're not using it that they had that little demo where they do it but apple can do it the best. Because you know we'll have a company building on android built their own controller and they've got right like apple's done a whole custom job and i'm not surprised that they would be eking out better battery life because of that and these phones can go up to one terabyte of storage. It'll cost a lot of money but you know if you're shooting pro res- video you probably need a terabyte for one thousand. Five hundred is pounds on. Let me get the the. Us dollars amount here. It will go up to let me see. Goldman will cost to make a difference. One thousand five hundred ninety nine dollars sure drawn jeremiah by phone pro. Max done think. I'm gonna go for that and i know going that five twelve. I'll probably go full forty nine for a one terabyte pro. If you don't want the max. Why would i want the pro. Oh when a you. I mean just people in people in general. But if we wanna max it. Out to the the maximum maximal price. Point axa max max to the max is fifteen ninety nine so i'll ask you. I mean my property too early to tell you because but Do you have a feeling about what you will be going. Full with your iphone Still thinking about it. I'm inclined to go with the the mini just because i have loved The mini for the last year. And i think that that is just i. I like the size. And then i holed a a larger phone in my hand and i think oh no like this is this is too much that that said promotion and yeah those cameras like. I'm open to the idea of getting an iphone thirteen pro. But i'm also really tempted by many. I wanna see them in person too because it seems like they haven't changed a lot in terms of the look and i i liked the look of the twelve better than the twelve pro. And if that's still the case which it seems like it is That's going to factor into that. I just like how it looks but them having a blue blue model even though it's kind of a boring blue they have a blue pro I'm intrigued by that. Like i'm on. I'm not mike you were saying. I was on the fence last time. I'm not on the but i'm next to the fence and looking over side. I'm thinking about if. I need to jump the fence. But i'm still standing on the mini side of the fence. Right now. i mean there is a possibility that you will get the opportunity to handle some of these sooner than of people that's happened in the past. Maybe it will this time or at least kind of around that time. So you'll be able to make an informed decision. Maybe you'll help of a mini. Just make their decision. Because i think really it's gonna come down to a lot of people for like what they think of that display. I think that's going to be the big difference. Lot of people i can imagine. We'll just go. yeah. I don't know. But i already know where i sit in that camp and for me is a like it will be a must buy For me so i'm into. I'm excited about the phone. I think it's it's this one is better in all the ways that i wanted this iphone to be better in. I didn't need anything else personally. This is not what i want. It's got better cameras. I always wanna camera It's got things. I wouldn't have expected in the camera. Like a micro. I i didn't ever see map. What do this. And i'm pumped about it and it's got the promotion display which i've been asking for. I think two to three years now so bigger battery life as well take have an and they've also re up that gold look because that's one hundred percent web i want. I love my big shiny phone and a one number one all right. Well that is. I mean i wrote that review of the twelve pro max like it is a an amazing slab of technology most iphone and it used to be most iphone and this this is the most iphone they've ever made mike to one. I noted aside from the battery life. There isn't anything different in the pro. Max i don't recall any specific voucher..

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08:20 min | 11 months ago

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"They could do that now. That they have a device that could benefit from it to maybe denied. Don't know i don't know. So yeah we. It's hard for us to get this across because this Podcast is very cinematic and shot in twenty frames a second. So we can't there is. There is a rumor of ola ipads coming. So maybe as a combo. All of that i don't know but they. They've got now that they've got the the The x t r with the the mini. Led there's room is still saying. Go into hewlett i dunno. I dunno how there's lots of rumors that say. It's a flat apple. Watch and that there's al- always on diet true. Somebody leads better than many lady. Anyway right if you can actually go there. You actually get trivia lacks robilant unim-. We'll find out all right cameras biggest camera advancement ever okay. I feel like they stayed. They bring out like most pro. Iphone ever biggest. I'm sure they said this last time as well. I know it's mom. Always the most pro everything everything. It's always the best iphone efforts. The least like the more they say at the more i roll my eyes at of course it is you. Are you making your products worse over time. Of course it's the best thing you've ever made. But what exactly did they do in the answer. Is that they you know. They increase the sensor on the wide and they added an auto focus on the ultra widen. They added a macro mode and now all the cameras support night mode and like they. There was a lot of refinement here of sorting adding adding features to some of the cameras. That didn't have parody with the other cameras. They added There's a new version of smart. Hdr smart hd are four kind of weird to branded but the idea. There is just that they've got a smart hdr feature and they've got this thing photographic styles which i thought was really funny because what they're trying to do because because you know when you take a photo on your iphone there's this whole image processing pipeline that fires off an apple. Does all this stuff with it and if you shoot in raw you don't get that i believe is kind of what happens there. And the what they're trying to do here is create sort of like some styles that are variables in how the pipeline works on photos that create different looks. They try to sell this to pros. And there's this moment where. I was thinking to myself are pros really going to want to do like photographic looks in the pipeline but maybe i mean basically what they're saying is they've got to four defaults styles and then there are some aspects of those styles that you can edit with a couple of sliders and make it and this is on the thirteen hundred thirteen pro and make it look sort of like how you'd like. So is that a pro feature. I interested to hear how pro photographers react to that. I think the answer is probably that. If you really want to bypass apples pipeline you'd will shoot and raw and that'll be it but that if you're somebody who likes kinda likes the look of what apple is doing with the photos but it's not quite right. You may be able to tweak. Essentially apple's presets into a better preset and use that and then that seems to be what's going on with the photographic styles. So i have. I have some skepticism. Because it sounds sort of like a pro feature that pros are gonna turn off. And so it's like okay. Then why does this feature exist. And i don't know whether it's more for sort of people with pro aspirations but they really need more help and abbas letting you dip down into their pipeline and change a couple of the of the the settings which is cool. I just. I'm not convinced that this is a pro feature versus a really pro sumer kind of feature to make better automatic pictures rather what a pro might want from it so i think like maybe maybe i could maybe make a use case for this so like i was entrusted in prorogue. Because i like to take. I'd like to fiddle around with foes right like i'm on zuma software professional by any means but i like to take photos on my iphone and i liked to play around with them in Like visco and stuff like that and edit and tweak and all that kind of stuff and so i thought okay well let me try perron see if it makes any benefit to me and i don't understand why i'm doing like these maybe too much of a jump for me. I've never used photography before. And so maybe this is like a bridge for someone like me this. That's exactly what i think. I mean we have the question awhile ago about what is pro mean for to help somebody with their thesis and i think this might be a good example of that which is is this really a pro feature. I'm i would love to hear from pros. Who were like yes. Actually we will use this. But i think the point is not necessarily that. It's for professional photographers. It's four people who care more about photography and want to do a little bit more with it but are not gonna go to just shooting everything raw and working on it. You know it gives you more control over. Apple's pipeline which i think is again. I think it's cool. I have questions about like exactly. Who's going to use this feature. But the idea that apple has built a feature that lets you have at least a few sliders and some presets about how the apple pipeline itself reacts to when you capture an image and what image is finalized. I'm watching a little demo on the website and they're showing like how you'd kind of tweak stuff i am person who wants it's for. Yeah yeah because i liked to play around with with photos and this would give me live in the camera. Like if you adjust the color of the saturation. In this way. You're gonna get a little bit. Like i think this could be a feature. I really enjoy at the end. Result is by the way. And i think this is very cool and again not for everybody but the end result is that you can kind of create a look for all the photos. You shoot with your iphone so like you can make you can make a look that that is you know. Mike's pictures look like this. These are mike preferences at how he shoots on his iphone and they're down the details of apple's image pipeline and so all the photos you shoot then are going to have that sort of your preference applied to them whereas up to now the apple image pipeline. There is one preference so they were how they capture. Honestly i'm really excited about this now. I did not understand it when they were talking about. I don't know why it just missed. Think hearing you explain it and looking at the website and like seeing how the. Ui walks. i think has really helped me like maybe i was taking some notes then selected navy. They showed out. And i didn't see it but i would say i'm pretty into this idea. I think this could definitely be something just for me. It's not a lotta sliders. I think that they showed to. So it's like you get you get looks. And then you've got to sliders to customize but the net result is that yeah you were for the first time able to sort of set up a preference of how apple's image pipeline works to make images that are pleasing to you and i think that could be really cool and it's not just a pro feature. They showed it the section. But it's like it's on all the phones so it really is is more a pro sumer kind of feature and i think it's a i think it's a fun idea. Pro progress video was one of the things that they did at this for. The which is again is like adding pro role time. Maybe they'll add something next time where it makes video More approachable to me. But that's some new. There are some new things gone on the camera hardware so two to two percent better low light performance for ultra-wide determinedly into because the low light performance on the ultra-wide is is very bad. Note that i wrote down all of the lenses seemed to be better in a bunch of ways. People who like photography will probably like like lots of statistics. That i don't get right. Yeah but going to three times obstacles zoom which is interesting so into two point five from to and they're out to three. I've tried some phones with three times. Optical zoom i think it might be a little too much. So i'm intrigued to see what what i think about that from the iphone what i am passing relief site about his macro photography they using the New autofocus mode on the ultra wide and you can get up to a two centimeter distance and it really has like a very different look..

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"starlight" Discussed on Upgrade

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06:50 min | 11 months ago

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"Happens really fast and i you know those those timings. There's an art to it and it just it felt a little bit off to me and and that's all i really to go on is that i watched it and i thought this is a cool feature and i like a lot of things about it and i like the whimsey of the demo and yet there were several times in it. Were i thought. Yeah but it really. I don't think it's that great and this is at its best in an apple demo so we all have to see how this actually works in practice. I appreciate that. They're trying to do stuff like this. Because the you know the end goal. Is that your home movies. Look cool and fun and more cinematic. That is the end goal. It's not to put any cinematographers out of work which is nice because they had that one very nice cinematographer who is in the video and you know he. He still had a job to hold an iphone camera and shoot fake scenes from things. That aren't movies with kathryn. Bigelow so You know he. He still is going to have a job. I guess is what i'm saying but if you can make more movie texture people's home videos than That's fun that's great for me. I think it was just a sort too many times in that in that little video and i think that that might have been the thing. I know what they were doing right. I get what they were trying to do with that. Like and i don't really feel like i can judge it from a technical level not to stick level really. I know that there was a bunch of stuff going on. I'm intrigued to see it because there was a me and it's like how i can. I already do this. But i guess it's the automatic stuff especially right was doing it on. Its own rather than me. Choose what to focus on. I'm intrigued by this feature as i said the thing. That intrigues me. Most is choosing focus off the woods. like that. seems like a cool thing. And i'm really surprised that they didn't really press on that. Which makes me. Maybe think that that part of it is not as good as i hope. Maybe because i feel like that's the whole feature like in my mind is like oh yeah amazing i can choose to focus later on like i definitely won that so i don't know we'll see we'll see and keep in mind. It's it's probably portrait mode style so it's probably gonna have cases to where you're looking at it and you're like yeah but it doesn't look very good. It's a little bit patient state. Yeah and it just doesn't look as as crisp important. I don't know we'll find out. I mean sure. I'm really intrigued to see what this is. All about like apple thinks this is good enough that they are adding mode to the camera right like there is a new like option cinematic dial which is called cinematic and so they think that it's important enough right now and into the future that it's worth adding that into which is that is prime real estate right. They don't add a lot of things into that wheel. And i don't think many have been added in over time. Maybe just portrayed as they only want so you got oh and slow mo so those time lapse loma video photo portrait and pano that things in then you think maybe there's two that have been added narrow time so adding another one in. That's that feels like a big deal. So they said it's all dobie vision. Hdr graded and went kinda stuff. I'm intrigued right like i think. I'm just intrigued. See how this works five. G. does two hundred karya's now as upset is taking over five. Jeez taking over sure. So that's good Battery life this is an interesting one for me. I feel like this is the actually the biggest story about the iphone. Twelve and the twelve pro to but It's it's the fact that they managed to improve battery life which i imagine being thirteen or sorry thirteen. Yes okay cool. So you're saying like the biggest story of the twelve is. The battery was bad or something. Yeah i mean the on the mini know the on the thirteen. The battery life through some combination of a better five g. radio a better algorithm to switch off a five g. when it's not necessary and a bigger battery. They made a point of showing the little x. Ray thing and saying a bigger battery that they have managed to get their rating it as an hour and a half longer on the mini and two and a half long hours longer on the twelve and the pro phones. also a-rated is having longer battery life like that's really good especially for the mini which the better life. What wasn't fantastic on it. So if you managed to eke out an hour and a half more and two and a half on that mainstream phone the twelve. That's that's really good like that. And i think that is a testimony to the both the new processor but also the a a little more mature five g. radio fine. My support is coming to a new mac safe wallet but just flan that like an interesting little tidbit. Well the way they described it. It sounds to me like essentially when your wallet disconnects from mag say it logs where you are yes which is similar to the way the episode's walk. Yeah so it's not. What did he not doing is it doesn't have like a little new secret detector in their right but it is going to let you is going to let you go back to that point. Where did it detach. Because that's it really. It's literally. I lost it while where did you last see it. The phone will say. I last saw it here and maybe we'll be help unbelievably. It does not work with the clear case. This is the thing apple's website. I cannot fathom what would mean that one case is different but it doesn't work with the clear case. I don't know how what is what's happened there. You know so. Let's get to the most important thing i think about guys. Honestly the most important thing is that for these phones is that they're six thousand nine hundred seventy nine nine. They held the price points and they doubled the base capacity to one hundred twenty eight and there were lots of rumors out there. That apple is going to be really messing around with capacity on low. Iphones and those proved to be completely untrue. They start at one twenty eight and they added to fifty six five twelve options. That's really good. My daughter has a sixty four iphone. Eleven and like no no. You can't no. It's not good enough. So so doubling the storage capacity from the old sixty four base two to one twenty eight and and hitting the price point. And then you throw in that. They extended the battery life again. You're not the the market for this is not people who are already using a one year old phone. The primary market is for people who are using a two three four year old phone the fact that they able to hold their price points from last year though and keep it at six thousand nine hundred ninety nine the fact that it starts at one twenty eight. I actually think that that's the best. The single best thing about it is it is better cost the same and the storage all. Got a boost. Like that's all really good and the battery life is better like what are people want and the cameras are better. I mean you roll it all together and it's like for especially for the non-pro model like that's what you want. You want it to be better cost.

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01:36 min | 11 months ago

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"It is that high temperature then. Pizza oven can reach. That will separate from what you can make in home oven jason right. That's the big thing. I know that you've mentioned pasta. It's the heat right. That gives you that different. You know my my oven will go up to five hundred or five hundred and fifty fahrenheit something like that but really that's all and i put a pizza pizza stone in it night. Heat it up and it it works okay but for that kind of wood fired artisanal pizza kind of vibe. You need more heat whether it's fired by wood or it's by gas You need that. So i have one. That is attached to a gas canister. It's the same type that i use on my on my gas grill and it the base of the uni of an is itself a pizza stone essentially. So it's going to drink in that heat so you get it up to seven hundred seven hundred and fifty degrees fahrenheit very hot much hotter than it's going to be on the inside and the way it works you know you put the pizza in. Not only is the dough Getting the all that heat soaking in that heat from the the ceramic Think ceramic the the stone on the just on but the flame is above on the flame is melting the cheese and kind of kharlamov. Ising it and then you take it out and like the edges are a little bit burned and it like it is what you would get at any place that's got like a brick oven That they big pizzas in a much more traditional kind of thing so you can get a much more traditional p fancy pizza place pizza and it's more than you're ever going to get in your home oven just bottom line. So any pizza ovens. I started just two hundred ninety nine dollars. A free.

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06:32 min | 11 months ago

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"So that's all of what's going is the thing. This is a good addition to the apple lunch. I wish i would have never seen the rumors that told me. It was going to look different. Because otherwise i wouldn't feel as frustrated. They do Somebody in the chat crack the name in a moment. Gwen suggested that. I get the gold one to match my phone. And that's probably what. I'm gonna do Those i was thinking about gold anyway. Because that's an actual watch color. You know and and right in as i said before like i i like to try and make it as watch he is. It can be Some of the watch faces look nice. I already know the one. They were showing off a lot. Well like the numbers kind of leaking around the edge. That's my favorite visually. But i couldn't play any complications on that. I would assume which is a bummer. So yeah look i want. I'm gonna look basically imagine like the the complications kind of oozing out of the side to like weird some usable. I'm just a little frustrated. I want i wanted more hand. This is a this is a good update But it's not enough for me. I won't be moved into this though because there was some stuff that i do wanna pick up like. I want the bright always on display because that got brian earned the series. Six knbr still in the series seven and still on the series five. And so that's something that i know that i would like and we'll see you know an i'll move forward from there but shame i'll say for me i. It was a bit of shame Biggest shame though is the series three still around one hundred ninety nine dollars. The is to seventy nine still conchita. Cheap enough and seven stein or three ninety nine. I think well the your comment. I think from last time about how i it's just gonna be another year like it's not gonna happen yet. You were proven right. And so we all have to live with the series three for another year and and they're gonna keep the se around and they just haven't been able to do it so So be it so be it and then of course later this fall for shipment so all those rumors about them having trouble getting production ramped seem to be true in that they are not giving any timeframe other than later this fall for apple watch sales which bums me out because i am ready to buy a new apple watch and i would have already done it if they had let me but i'd to definitely get one. I don't know what i'm going to get in terms of the model I use my upper watch all the time. I'm using series five. This looks great. Bigger screen brighter. I'm really looking forward to it. Color wise i have had a black watch the whole time and i presume i assume that's where i will go I don't i guess that's mid nights. Yes kind of a bit blue ish looking on. I don't know or i may. I may mike. I may treat myself. Oh treat yourself jason and and go with space black titanium Date now do you. Do you will be dinning white s. I know if i if i leave the the light embrace of aluminum. I'm going to have to deal with a different Wait with titanium ore. Stainless steel titanium is pretty light. I imagined that the titanium way business dramatic differences going to stain stuff is going to not try on. Yeah you know and and there's good old midnight. Midnight could all from midnight. Midnight starlight s- best friend. I guess it was some fitness plus stuff that they focused. They spent time plus I know has tablets. New walkout types does more countries but with subtitles which seems like a weird way of dealing with a on a workout. Read the subtitles. I don't know why they wouldn't do dubbing. Dumping feels like the right move there. My my guess is that that they have a strategy for international roll out and this is what they have in this phase and then they will go beyond that. Because you what you'd really like is to have instructors speaking different languages but they only have so many instructors already but you're right. You could also do dubbing. You could totally do that. And maybe they'll get there. Because i agree who wants to read subtitles. While they're exercising peculiar choice. I think and mike group workouts powered by share play a feature that Does not exist yet with up to thirty two people working out together using share play at the same time. I don't know how that's gonna work. They really just kinda mentioned it in passing. I guess it's sort of like a make. your own. peleton is going on there but yeah. They spent time with fitness plus right just to remind everybody. That fitness plus is part of the apple. Watch equation as well as the services equation. It's where apple-watching services meet in. The ven diagram is fitness plus. So you know. They mentioned it and showed that they they show off that. They've got all their trainers in that there. I think it serves a purpose just to remind people that that is a service that exists in that apple continues to grow it. Yeah because a lot of people might not thought about it very much and like in that time they've added so many new walkouts do different types of walkouts as well as just like the weekly editions that they have you know the sheriff play thing like just like as a reminder you gotta have an active facetime call. I don't wanna be facetime calling my friends and having them look at me while i'm walking out. That's not nobody wants that But i do like the idea of them having some kinda group feature four fitness plus But it being powered by cher play. Adenoma i dunno i. I just can't imagine that. Jason you would like to see me while i'm looking l. I can't imagine that. I've been either of us. You know i miss you. Yeah i know. I know on my bike. You don't need a stationary bike sweating. We should mention since we're on the apple watch segment that we should mention that this is of course there was that story about how the the keyboard for the apple watch guy reject that was on the store for a long time. Flick type was removed from the store. Buy apple because it was a keyboard for apple. Watch and then of course. They announced a keyboard for apple. Watch today so you know that's going to be. Apparently it is already another lawsuit so there you go cost a fair. You like yeah. They posted a an image on twitter. Put shannon's of their review saying that it was rejected because it was a a keeble. The app award which is again the iowa's human got interface guidelines but not not for apple unfortunately see.

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02:17 min | 11 months ago

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"Features including auto pause and resume when you stop and start your bike. Like outdoor bike outdoor bike features fall detection. That's tuned toward bike. So when you're in a bike workout it uses different algorithms to detect. If you've fallen off your bike. They said they'd better support e bikes. So if you're riding a bike with power assisted. It's going to do a better job of calculating how much actually working bike is like. Lose their rings so he didn't earn those folks you didn't so but the actual yes. So more pixels of shrunk borders the tighten up the design of the of the watch and especially the glass. And the watch kinda contour. Seventy percent writer Display when in its dim display mode. Indoors that's really good. They talked about what fits on that screen. They redesigned the why. So it's easier to hit the buttons. They can fill. Cabled is a full keyboard with tap or slide keys. You can fifty percent more text like type on the screen compared to the compared to the series six There's some new faces. They talked about the the glasses more durable and crack resistant because it has more robust geometry. I think that's a really interesting example of materials engineering right where it's the shape of the glass or the you know the shape of that surface. That's making it more resistant. It's it's they've probably reduce some stress points or whatever when it takes exactly it added. Ip six x certification which is for dust resistance. So you know it's still swim proof. It's still fine but like they added this dust resistance modification. fixation. I guess there are a lot of people who are like. Their example was falling off their bikes into the dust. And then like oh no. It's okay it is is gone faster charging they have a fast charging with a usb cable. Unclear whether that's including the boxer whether you have to say is included in the vox jason uscc version of the cable. You gotta buy that separately but updating the charging and so they're they're they're virtues here that they're extolling one is in forty five minutes. You can go from zero to eighty percent. But i think perhaps more importantly eight minutes. We'll get you enough for sleep tracking for the night. So watch is running.

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05:51 min | 11 months ago

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"Holding it in one hand with their fingers wrapped around it which is like the most effective message to send about why ipad had many exists. Right as you can hold it in one and route your whole hand around it. I mean it depends on your hands is but like the point is. That's the thing it's this small so later on. You know. I'm going to talk about something. It's disappointing greatly in this presentation and without the ipad mini hair. I think i would have been on a bit of a down on this presentation to be honest because the thing i was most excited about they do the this. Ipad mini is like the dream device. I've wanted for a while now. Along with many people like this thing looks absolutely fantastic like so. We've got the great design you know the flat side design. Small basil's comes in a bunch of callers Purple pink starlight and space grey. I apple apple. We talk about your colors again. Because it's more confusing now why to some colors have names and some colors just the name of the color. We have satellite midnight starlight or starlight starlight midnight. You know as you know. Pink is light starlight midnight the gray all over the place. Here's my question. I- starlight is in multiple options. The apple watch comes in starlight as well so my question for people look color is not my best thing. It's not like colors right. But i can't see them very well certain ones and all that what i'm really asking here is is starlight. Just silver i think so. Because it's not pink pink. She a yellow hue is yellowy. So it's kinda yellow silver. So did they did. They did they did they. Gold up the silver and being starlight because most are stars like there are lots of stars and like could be lots of frequencies so that is from the science perspective. It's very confusing. But i laughed when they said it because they said starlight and space gray and i thought have. We just gone all in on the like. You're facing this way it's space and it's gray and if you're facing that way it's you're in space but starlight. I don't. I don't know also spaces and gray. It's really black but starlight really. Isn't this whatever color this is. I don't know what starlight is and. I guess we'll find out is it. Is it just a rebranded silver or is it a yellowy thing. That is a little bit different from silver but isn't gold. I don't know. I'm very confused by starlight. The iphone thirteen comes pink. Blue midnight star line product red. I dont stand midnight style. I i don't i don't get it like whatever but there's the colors i mean there's a purple one. I think it looks tastic. Pink one looks great to But anyway look with retina display. It's the same physical size now. Has an eight point three inch display. Because it's riot shrunk. The board is down five hundred nitsa brightness which seems really great on this kind of device. Yup touch powell button five g. It's basically an ipad air a little ipad air which is what it should be. Usb see it has no smart connector of any kind but it does have the second gentleman. Apple pencil has cameras. It has sent a sage appleseed super pumped about this in general landscape stereo speakers starting at four hundred ninety nine dollars order today available next Next week you mentioned the smart connector. And i i had a moment where tried to envision an ipad mini sized smart keyboard or magic keyboard and my hands immediately cramped and i had to stop imagining it But it is like you know you can always attach a keyboard to it Bluetooth keyboard or whatever and use it that way too. It's a very small device is what i'm saying but it is otherwise. Feels like it's basically an ipad air which is great because that's a great ipad and now the ipad mini is that way and also just the flat sides and all of that that whole styling. I feel like that's going to be a better feel in terms of holding this thing. It looked really good. And i think benefits greatly from not being that old design anymore. I think i think it makes the ipad mini much more appealing. I'm super excited about this product. I think it looks really really nice. Like i'm i'm intrigued to see where it will fit in my life. Like i think i i have like a good idea like i use my Eleven inch ipad pro on the sofer home all the time To do reading in watching video stuff like that and honestly think this is probably the better product for those things But we'll find out. I mean this also feels like the ipad could always have in my backpack. So i've just having this thought now i. I struggled to choose between laptop and ipad. Now i'm travelling. 'cause i like the ipad for a bunch of things this one. I'm sure you would never even know. Is it your backpack compared to any of the other ipads Especially because you know it doesn't have like a keyboard or anything so you just get have a little small folio one Already before we started the right before right before the show. We had to stop the reason. That show isn't even closer to the event itself as my cat to order an ipad yet. Because they're straight away and i and i really wanted to pick one up because it looks like a great so i'll have one of those next week so i'm really excited about this product I think this seems just really cool. It has an eighth fifteen in it with six core. Cpu five graphics apple didn't mention this during the presentation in say the chip. they just. We'll talk about how it was but it hasn't a fifteen in it. So yeah i'm really into bright seems great. I really laughed when they talked in detail about all the percentages of fast that it had and didn't mention what ship it was and there was that moment like oh it's the fifteen and they.

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"starlight" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"starlight" Discussed on Upgrade

"I picked we pay a visit. Apple's chip lab that did happen the stage of the steve jobs theater. Is you know that tweet. Which showing joshua trees came out this morning. i thought. oh yeah. They're going to do it all outside. The answer was no. Tim is not going outside. Tim is going to be on the stage hand from outside to inside which jobs theater and we see ted lasts on himself for people who don't know basically said we're going to see a picture of ted last. It doesn't have to be like in character on stage or something like that. We just need to see. Jason sudan as ted lasso. His face not just not just mentioned but a picture indeed. They blew it up really big at one point. So that's three for me you got to in this category because air pods. Were not introduced. I'm surprised that that was the one you miss that. They do this in october with max if they can i guess so i guess so. This is the big thing obviously. We're going to talk about the i pads We had no. I've had picks in the draft because we didn't think they would have ipads which ended up being a bit of a failure. Our have been very different if we would have had another round for ipads. But i'm starting to wonder if we should just force ourselves to pick in a category so that if it basically comes out if we if if the product introduced than we miss all of those picks and i mean we sh but you don't like the to be tons and tons of picks so that would be on onto twelve rounds for the draw also is. We have to make educate guesses if we're gonna do categories. Yeah well we we could have picked. I ipad stuff here and we chose not just to so you missed on air pods apple. Tv plus trailers promo video has shown. Absolutely i was hesitant to pick this. Because you know. I've been burned in this category before but tim was literally like let me show it to you now and they rolled the whole thing pick has burned me maybe four times i finally got it so i feel like as a win for me and then that brings us to your last choice here because as we described it so far i've described seven points for me and six points for mike so the last pick pick ten for mike is the rainbow stage at the center of apple park is seen. I didn't score this for you for the whole event. And then stephen said in our little slack chat. Oh we definitely saw it. And i said i'm going to need a screen shots required receipts for this i did. And here's the thing we. We have a screen shot. I absolutely am going to give you this point. I just want to point out. It is a shot of apple park at sunset where the ring is is lit. And inside if you zoom in you can see sort of turned to the side and in darkness the rainbow stage. At which point. I said to myself that is the saddest rainbow stage. You'll ever see it's the dark rainbow it's where rainbows go to die. S appro rainbow. That is an apple pro midnight lemon right in there. Yeah so you get that. And that means at seven seven. I was thinking it might be seven six seven seven which means we have to go to the tiebreaker. People may remember our tiebreaker. It's got to be one. That one of us will definitely win. That's why we do an over under based on the running time of the show. I set the over under at seventy two mike. Pick the under and the show ran for seventy eight minutes so close so close. You do win. Congratulations to you. I do not mind winning tiebreakers. Because it's kind of like i was comfortable with my picks. I think we both did really well in this draft. Pick other than completely blowing it with the pads. Think would have to think about that. I think i think there were some good picks in here. There were some surprising omissions. Given all the rumors and just that it did come down ultimately to the price because at the price point whoever was going to get the the iphone pro prices right. Yeah is going to win. The draft and apple chose this year. Not to do what i always say. They want to do which is raise the prices of things. So so that that's how it goes so no controversy here it's all adjudicated and And i believe that closes the draft results segment. Yes completed draft is done. We can move on. And we talk about saint jude. Because all my word let's do it. Things have gone bananas. Jason so a we were gonna come in today to talk about how close you were getting to the three hundred thirty three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars and thirty three cents goal but we can't because that goal was reached this morning blonde pasta now to three things happened in the last week. We quarter of a million. We hit the amount of money that took us to one million dollars raised over the loss three years and then today we passed our goal of three hundred and thirty three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars and thirty three.

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"starlight" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"starlight" Discussed on Upgrade

"My name is mike ian. And i'm joined by jason snell. Hello jason snow. Hello mike early so we are twenty minutes so so After the iphone event ended we started recording as soon as we could. This time might be our fastest event. Exoskeleton so Usual caveats we haven't even looked at the websites yet. We've got is just what happened. In the event itself. Maybe our chat will give us additional information because we do strange show live. Yes as we go through but we're going to give our meeting impressions of what apple has just announced but we saw every show of hashtag noto question and so i will ask you this month from snipe who asks. How many windows did you have open during the event this time. What i did was i saw. My couch had it on the tv. Vi- apple tv. And i brought up my macbook air this time so i had a slack open. I had a note open in bb. Edit to take notes. And i had a web browser window with upgrade dot cards open. So that i could scorer the upgrade draft and so three is my answer. I had a notes window right. So i set up an office event that i also had my a safari next to it but i was flipping between tabs to the whole time watching on apple. Tv just like you. I never look at twitter during apple events. I get overwhelmed by it. I'm more focused on. Sometimes i will tweet during an apple event. Although lately i've been more like i was in the the The discussion apple of channel in the six colors slack. This time instead which i think was better use of my time that yet twitter's just kind of overwhelming and i gotta take notes. I mean really. The most that i did was fill up my document with my own notes. Adela was going on. Yeah if i didn't need to take notes. I do like because we start recording immediately I would probably spend time on twitter. I know i used to do that. Ripe before upgrade like written keno always take notes. But i would be less focused. Because i would watch it again. Maybe before do a show later in the week because we go live straight. I just want to clarify something by the way for snipe. How many winds did you have opened. During the event. I did have a window opening my living room a window in the dining area and a couple of windows open in the back of the house so i had lots of windows open in my house during the event. But i don't think that's what the question was. So we need to review on draft results so She would just straight up say went down to tie and it did. Let's we can detail what happened but it did. Go down to the tie-break by a hair by a hilarious. Oh clot hilarious hair to the tie and we'll get to that moment because it is an amazing moment on the iphone You best at on the iphone. Three to I got the higher frame rate display. And you and i missed on the light sensor and always on display features which will get to not don't exist not there you got there. I thought thirteen that there is a camera feature that other phones. Do not have. We were arguing a little bit while the event was going on about whether the macro photography was gonna count and they announced the the hdr Or the pro pro. Raw video as video poker. Yeah that one that was made that one easy the notch being called out as smaller which was a great pick that because i thought they might not mention it but they did mention it. Yeah they kind of mentioned all of the threat they said because we were like all maybe they mentioned the notch get smaller. But let's say the screen's bigger and they did both things they did just in case. You don't get this. This is what we've done so ultimately it came down to and this was one of the deciding factors in the whole thing. Yup the price points are doing price point. The price points was was the actual decided because that was the last thing basically. Yeah yeah and the answer is i picked that they would match the price points and you said that there would be at least one model that would cost more than its current price point. I'm still convinced there's going to be that jiggery-pokery that we spoke about right. That was like not in when we spoke about last episode. That like she'll like one of them is probably more expensive. But there's some deal oh whatever But that's not the point of the draft. Today i was. I was genuinely very surprised that none of the full got more expensive. Yeah that was that was my. My hope was that they were. They would find ways to get it out of you but it wouldn't be in the base price so on iphone. The base prices that they quote are the same They fit those slots they which is not like the last few years. They've been very slowly crank in those up but the for this year. They're just of leaving them where they are on the apple. Watch side To to was the score. We have three ex. I put my trust in ming chico. Who had that Report last week. That said no no apple watch. Production is great battleship ship in september They are shipping in the fall. Later this fall with no definitive date. So i missed on that one and we'll talk about. I mean i guess we'll talk about it later because we only are going to talk about things that actually happened. All the rumors of the flat cited design. Jason of the talking about this. I don't you worry about okay. All right come. The design of the apple watch whatever. The design of the apple watch changes are flat sides. Not a thing so you missed on that. What we got right increased screen size and no changes to ban compatibility that was me. They actually said that. Out loud. To the which surprised me and new watch faces added yes. Absolutely and no new health sensors. You got those so to an apple watch and that brings us to the other pick section..

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"starlight" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

Detour To Neverland

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"starlight" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

"But it's it's hard so obviously. This was something that was on waltz. Mind as well because this whole reminds us of a quote From walt he says the only problem with anything of tomorrow. Is that at the pace. We're going right now. Tomorrow would catch up with us before we got it built so mean. This was probably something in the fifties and maybe even before then he was actively thinking about is that we are actively out dating ourselves by doing this. No matter how far you can imagine you're going into the future you're going to catch up to it well and it's funny to that like at the pace we're going. I'm looking at you tron coaster. It's going to take forever. It's also you know obviously with tomorrow. There's a there's a connection there between tomorrowland in future world of epcot in both of them. I almost think tomorrow. And that's that's owners. You almost think future world is a worse name at at you get stuck because tomorrow like you said that's a little ambiguous you know what is tomorrow i i don't know but future i don't know it's more closely connected to timeline is how i use that word. I don't i mean. I guess if you think future you think futuristic and that leads more towards i think like technology which is kind of what epcot is going for especially we just talked about test track in the design for the feature. Whatever i don't know. I might agree with feature world might be a worse name than to marland. I mean we're not gonna solve this. This is a bigger issue but it is a an interesting discussion. And i think it does lend itself to understanding the story of cosmic rays starlight cafe so part of this new tomorrowland as we mentioned before tomorrow tears that moved over to the opposite side of the bridge which used to be the plaza. Something plaza cafe. I believe which is also interesting because the plaza restaurant is right next to it. But that's a different discussion for different day but tomorrow in moved over there. Because they're going to have to update it anyway and so they went ahead and moved it over there so that it could use a similar deeming to what they were using disneyland's version of tomorrowland terrace and then that paved the way for cosmic rays starlight cafe to open in nineteen ninety four. Let me ask you a question. Have you ever actually eaten at tomorrowland. Terrace never in my life me neither. I honestly don't think i've ever eaten there. I actually. I know. I've never eaten there now. Honestly i was going to say at the beginning of this the cosmic ray that kuzma craze cafe is the most overlooked restaurant magic kingdom. But then i as. I was doing my research..

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On the Job with Victoria Asikis, Food Lawyer

Ali on the Run Show

08:52 min | 1 year ago

On the Job with Victoria Asikis, Food Lawyer

"Victoria. Thank you so much for being here and welcome to the alley on the run. Show awesome alley big you so much for having me. I am so excited to be here. I listened to your guts every morning. So it's such a dream come true for me. Thank you well. I'm excited because who knew your job existed. I didn't so. I have a lot to learn today and i have to laugh when you i mean i had to have you on during this season because when you posted about your work in the alley on their own show facebook group. Everyone flipped out like. Did you feel that reaction post got so many lakes people were like. What is this job. So we've got a lot of questions tasks today awesome. No i totally. And i wasn't expecting although it is actually think repeal early tol there's this pause it kind of look at me like seriously you we'll hear about it. We start every episode with what we call the warm up here on the show. You know it well. Can you please tell everyone listening. Who you are where you live and what this cool job is that you have absolutely so. My name is victoria. See geese. I was warning raised in toronto ontario canada. So many big city girl. Right over here. I always have it in always will be right now. I live in ottawa ontario. Canada are lovely beautiful finalists nation's capital just about two years ago. I moved here. So i've been living here since the spring of two thousand and nineteen non small town but definitely not as huge overbearing as toronto. So i kind of went to paul it a midsize city not too big not too saul. Guess right. I am proud alumnus of university of toronto where i received my honors bachelor of arts degree in english history and filming two thousand eleven and also proud alumnus of the university of windsor in windsor ontario. Where i received my juris doctor law degree out winds rely and i am aware i was called to the ontario bar in two thousand sixteen. And i've been working as a lawyer ever since right now. I am proudly working in the advertising and products regulatory group at dowling wwl g. canada l. key a large multinational law firm. We have offices really all across the world. And i am currently working out of the office here in ottawa ontario canada. I started here almost two years ago with the fabulous team in ottawa My focus is primarily on regulatory compliance for food and beverage products working with really large worldwide food and beverage companies on which. I'm sure we'll absolutely dive into at my work. Also touches on regulatory compliance were a lot of other consumer products that includes cosmetics so like now premium shampoo conditioner Not health products and other general consumer products which to range from textiles clothing costume veterans bang jewelry electronics toys. Meg devices toothbrushes everything. Honestly you name it and it's probably probably regulated and there are probably rules around its marketing and advertising saying and my group where the people that do that kind of stuff and gas there are in fact warriors their lives to doing this myself included. It's so interesting because when you first post it and you said. I'm a food lawyer in my mind. I'm like okay. She goes to court in defense of like broccoli and bucatini goes like defense these foods. I don't know what against but that's the cartoon image. I had in my mind which i realize is not correct. Don't worry you break down a little bit more. I know you just kind of explained top level but give us a scenario of an example of what you're doing who are you defending. Who are your clients. And who are you kind of. I always imagined layers are fighting which i know is all of them. But who are you fighting for. And who are you fighting against louis. So it's actually really interesting. You should say that my job is not a job on. And i actually. I listened to the first on the job series episode. This season. I know you will. You will be talking to somebody. Who i think is really like a trial attorney. Kind of like getting really into the weeds there. We don't go to court. At least we hope never talk award for it Really for us it's side. It's a matter of ensuring regulatory compliance for all of these companies. And they're so. Let me give you an example. A client who is like a big. Let's say like snack. Company will send us a proposed labelled. Let's say it's a label for. They want to release like a brand new chocolate chip cookie on the market. They'll send us a label and they'll say this is our label maka. Let us know what it is that the authority problems with It like what we need to do in order to be playing that sort of thing so essentially the the. What's your walking in the grocery store you pass by a a basic. Is you picked up the box. You look at the label at some point in time in all likelihood somebody whether it's regulatory lawyer or a regulatory compliance works in regulatory compliance has read out late all and either told a food and beverage company that they have to change it or die. There's a certain risk with making a certain statement on a label. Anything and everything that is on that particular food label probably has a roll around it especially here in canada. Things are quite highly regulated. A so firewall wall. Send us a copy of a label. We need to review it for compliance. And i mean we nice. Every single thing about these product labels down to like interest tax table down to be ingredient. This what are the ingredients. Are you allowed to have these ingredients in the product. And if there's a particular ingredient that has that's not allowed to be in a product up to a certain level. Are they excessive this level. Where are they putting their nets. T. statement so those of insect ninety liters or ten grams or one and a half ounce how does it look on the label of the way that it looks on a food. Label has eroded Why where is there. Ingredients statement whereas the nutrition All of these matters. And that is literally what i do. I will get us label for a grand products. And i will have to date and pick it apart and what's hostage is grocery shopping fun for you. Are you like. I'm at work now hilarious. I love loud grocery shopping. I mean i. I could spend hours hours out of Link so an. And i mean like everywhere my my husband and i went to italy. Who read before. I started working at outline so this would have been in two thousand nineteen. He wanted to go to like about that again and he wanted to go to like museums and i just bar square walking around understanding like international food labels like before i started this job like what are what are they intricacies of these food labels and how big difference when i started especially when i started working on my husband we hated rivers resolving with because i would i would just spend hours in the grocery store just like labels and looking at new products and it's interesting though because it kind of ends up being pretty good opportunity to kind of understand where different companies are going in terms of food so you know what are the new and emerging products. That are coming out dr getting a lot of traction on and we talked to a lot of guests on i think. Is it star. Starlight us tonight issue now. She's amazing. I love all representatives and that a lot of people ask questions on about like. Oh what does it mean what is cheeto mean or what is like up spam based food or you know what is all of this stuff about like oatmeal oatmeal mill. What almond milk and all this other kind of milk all that stuff. I like to kind of keep my eye on those kinds of products because the claims that they're making for products like by In canada especially are are all regulated. And we have to make sure that that these that were kind of in tune to these new emerging product so that we can sort of adviser daily in is.

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Facebook's Future with Mari Smith

Perpetual Traffic by DigitalMarketer

08:51 min | 1 year ago

Facebook's Future with Mari Smith

"We're gonna be talking a little bit about facebook's future in some of the things that she seen going on there's a lot happening privacy's sort of a big thing right now which will touch upon but lives video groups all kinds of stuff. What's the biggest thing that you see right now. That's really changing. Facebook that marketers need to know and then maybe we can get into some of the specifics of those things that they need to know. Murray absolutely well you just mentioned privacy and it was just double checking the day and it was march of two thousand nineteen zuckerberg mark zuckerberg kind of like almost like out of the blue is a little unanticipated. He pandas mega manifesto his privacy manifest doom. And everybody's talking about always. The pivot to privacy am own kind of interpretations of why this came about. You know what's the longer term. Play here that sucker. Berg is up to in it was in essence of there was an aspect of it was in response to the potential antitrust is also just getting pushed into like Know all the regulation components of i think eventually the whole social media landscape. We'll get regulated. That's inevitable just like radio television newspapers. It's inevitable so that's coming at some point and this is Kind of anticipating that in. What's fascinating to watch okay. What is the pivot privacy. Meanwhile they're doubling down on focusing on the three main messaging products that what's out being the biggest one. And then messenger which is really the number one messenger gap into the us. What's up number outside the us. And though they compete with apple i messages is pretty popular around the world and then the third one is instagram dragged in so zuckerberg in that manifesto use this word interoperability numerous times. We're just talking off lying there. Baking together familiar with that. If you're headed by the way my dad was a professional. Baker starlight bake cakes cupcakes stuff. So here's basically baking together. These three main messaging apps are products in essence. So they can kind of like not be in big more difficult so he can stand up there in goal no but no all of our users and our businesses our business. You know advertisers and customers. They have to be able to have these three products together and then but he's not saying out of course what they're seeing public facing which really we can all buy into. It's like hey yeah pun. Intended customer goes to instagram. He's looking year. She's looking at your shop owner. Gosh this item the go they buy it and then they're like but they tend to use what's out for two chatting or managing people and businesses. So they can their customer service. Follow up there asking questions. They can choose which inbox going to land in. What's up is direct or messenger. That's the aspect of interoperability. What's coming to is the ability to actually make those purchases inside any of those three inboxes in get the kind of the follow up. And then you've got that whole aspect of the chat baugh automation continues to be developed. So yes that would be. The main one is really. We were also talking about ecommerce. You know ralph. I know that area you focus on your agency and its ecommerce mobile commerce. you know. it's taken a leaf out of the. The books are the apps of asia's doing predominantly china. There's huge huge apps that entire operating systems inside of one one app. Don't see each being the biggest one of them but i think marketers today really looking towards developing their twenty twenty one plan. If you are in remotely in the world of e-commerce you have something to sell. But my point is there's a distinction here between physical products because that's almost always what facebook instagram ten to differentiate. They bring it all these features and it's shutting up shop earlier this year. The they just call it facebook shop. But it's now kind of streamline so if you have facebook shop it also is sitting right there on instagram and you can integrate with their partners right like shop of finding one of the main ones and so but were they've come right out and said is hey we recognize there are service based businesses and there are digital product based businesses and they're quote unquote working on solutions for all types of businesses. So i'm excited about that. Those those of us do digital product services. Yeah and you kinda started answering the question. That i had mario in terms of you know based on facebook trying to start baking all of these programs together. Have you seen that kind of come together with the programs that they've started in twenty twenty four businesses that are needing help during the pandemic and businesses. Maybe that are not so product centric and maybe more service centric like would have you seen happening with those kind of being a pulled together through the programs that they've started this year. We'll some of the real easy ones that they slipped in earlier in the year was like adding sticker onto instagram stories. Were you could users could recommend their favorite shops. Our local stores stick her in tag. The instagram account. That's made it made a difference to small business. I would hope so also like really trending hashtags hashtag support small business. They also june july of this year really emphasized. Hash is on facebook now. It's a whole other topic. I wrote a blog post about it. Hashtag of thing on facebook since two thousand thirteen so after seven years like okay. Now it'd be a good time to make them relevant on facebook. So i'm recommending to all my clients and students not in audience members is to go ahead and include hashtag support small business singular and plural on practically every post. You do so just adds a real easy simple one but about your question about the baking together. What happened just a couple of months ago. Is that the initial component of that interoperability. Kim with messenger integrate thing with instagram direct. To the point that they changed the dang logo now his do my head and because there's like every logo is all the same kind. I don't know what's happening anywhere. Google did the same thing right. Real visit dead called click up. It's like the same colors. And then i'm like a messenger instagram. Say all these seem like rainbow colors confused a lot of people and so now okay. Now we're not just doing that. light blue on messenger. Instagram and messenger so lots of changes all at once. It definitely does seem like the focus or the push for new products in the last three years on. Facebook has been more geared towards ecommerce dynamic product as and obviously facebook shop. And now you've got this interoperability with shop. It's really interesting. Because the digital the info people service people like. Well wait a second i mean. Obviously small business storefronts. That's always been sort of a mainstay stan. Or you're really involved with a lot of the small business. push that they did for marketing. But it's interesting to hear that digital like these other businesses which we all know and love. Obviously that's like that's how they make their living is going to be a more of a push in the coming years. Which is which is really good news. I think for a lotta listeners. Well it's true because you know we've all been selling online for you know a decade two decades and so wonderful able to have all of these users on their mobile devices and by the way of course. Instagram is one hundred percent mobile. they have the desktop version. But everybody's mobile and then facebook. It's roughly about eighty percent. Eighty five percent that predominantly access facebook on their mobile devices. So the easier. You can make it for the customer whether bbc to just tap tap. Tap bob okay. You know whether impulse purchases or really more thoughtful ones or just even getting into your funnel. Obviously those are. Those are really great in jackson. Re targeting you mention dynamic ads ralph and so you know i think you know some companies are just really good at sitting in your car like amazon. And they're like oh you might like these other twenty. Things would work exceedingly well. I mean it's one of the greatest tools especially for ecommerce

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"starlight" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"starlight" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"We're back everybody. Congratulations you did. At the way was the part of the show. We're talking about what the go wait. What panda the very first thing i want to bring up is. She is a family lawyer. Yeah and apparently can just take a week off work gone like never seen anything like i could not believe that they did not at some point. Bring that back up. She had one client. She got him the adoption paperwork. And i'm out of here. I that that's really correct. Level of family law services and what a family lawyer does is somewhere in between kimberley stan in this movie and homegirl from the christmas with the darlings who goes know the actual family lawyer does something in between those two things. That's the only thing. I can think don't goad austrailia. But they do go to work. That's right. I don't know if this is so much weight was just an incredible. I roll moment is that they've had an entire other side of the building empty in pristine condition the whole time the entire time. I just like guys problem with that is it does not do anybody justice in the argument that this is a very important piece to the community. The bookstores went out of business in his bid. Out of business. Four years and no one's there that's the definition of a white. What yeah is one hundred percent you've had it's like higher stressing like these people are invited. And there's only refer ninety five people. What are we going to do. You had a hold on their building. Yeah naked to your building. That's the situation is great. Condemning are phenomenal. If you want me to believe that. The holt family is the devil. They're trying to buy up a place where there's been a large vacancy for year. Yes right I don't understand it or the fact that this guy is trying to make ends meet with these cafe and just never expands like. He's he owns the building. Come on leasing jason. If he's leasing that like are you spending extra to just leave it vacant that entire like there's all anyway burning down the bill them all a fan of it expensive. I don't have money for. It will get you every time. The only other thing. That just really baffles me in is the number of people are actually showing up to this party and the reason why i'm confused is at one point. They say there is ninety five. It's a set number ninety five people and that's why she begins freaking out to begin with because at the party name by name by more people when she's like there's another fifty more people that are planning on coming which leads to them having to expand the party which they do they expand into the other room however when the caters call and cancel. She goes to big eddy and she says big edie. We need a caterer and he goes. How many people and she goes one hundred I don't understand. i don't understand the numbers. If that's okay so by our count there was one hundred forty five people planning come to the party. Roughly even if let's say that's not let's don't osho up. You still have only increased by more people. You still don't need to expand the party. Then you just kind of hope the fire i yes exactly i took when she said she never said we've invited ninety five people. She said we have room for ninety five people. I did still think when they invited everyone in that other party they were going to be well over a hundred and so i totally wrote down. She goes to big eddy and she says one hundred like she doesn't want to scare him off like right bro. Just say one twenty five. Just say the number of people that you think are coming. We i think she. Because in dollars and i didn't even get a plate of rhythm. Wait a minute yes ridiculous. Yeah yeah understanding. Barbecue does multiply. Though to say it's always the hordes food baby. I guess the lord's food. Amen baby bankrupt. That's the good stuff We are locked and loaded men baby we got. How many more of these hey So there's a seat. She's dancing in her pajamas. It's great she's at home the next scene. She's in her parents diner. It's open for business. And she's inner pajama pants but different pajama pants and her dad's like she's about to go to the lawyers often she's i. Hey he's like hey. You're wearing your pajama pants. Why is she wearing your pajamas fan. I'm the diner Usually is open. I have to believe that something cut out. That would give me some information about why she was pajama pants. I never seen. And i don't wanna see people ripping off branches of trees. They have not bought a way just to smell. Just put your nose in the tree like a normal person. Why he rip it off. Foles destruct. it's just not good like saluting if everybody's doing that by the by the middle of december all the trees are just bear. It's just there's nothing left. People have been ripping stuff off. She says the tree is gonna get delivered to your office because we we we don't have enough can get to the cafe yet but like the cafe already has three trees. It's not like we're we're waiting to decorate i. Why why. why could it not be delivered to the cafe. I don't understand. Why is it a space thing where they always going to be to expand and if they did not space for why they meet the tree. There's ra free in the trump. Lastly she says she says i'm going to hang three hundred ornaments. There's maybe fifty on the chat was relax over there dan. I've got a bunch. I'll try to narrow it down early on. His dad tells him halt will hold. Says you're going to have to hire a lawyer. Basically is gonna follow you around and in his assistant. Lyle assistance lyle he says. How bad is it out there. And he looks and he sees four people waiting and then he comes back and goes. Oh it's bad. What what. What's the level of like i don't understand i don't understand. There's four people sitting.

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"starlight" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"starlight" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Think women just on wednesday citing monday tuesday. It's going to be fine makes. Oh it already happens. Yeah it was always be weird. If it wasn't yeah. I think it does don boy guys i gotta tell you something My last night. I i was just having the best time snacking on my holiday. Universal gums box. Oh good it was. It was so much fun. Do last seen the video we posted yet. You your holiday box sorts of fifteen bucks ten different countries. You're going to get snacks from give someone in your life that loves the snack or loves to travel the gift they literally cannot buy anywhere else. They can't go to the store and buy these snacks. You can get them for them to day. Candy go england. Oh can we go. I'd going australia australia. No cantagalo that. Tokyo can go main no way candy. Go into south caroli- go home. Yeah no you can't do. It can go to then target. Yes came to go to spain. No can't go with lucifer university lucifer. Sounds like satan. Yeah i mean. I i guess what. We're trying to say one more time that. I don't think that's how that works. No it's a number of laws. Before i go to lucifer's house lusa fan i lucifer probably an oculus. Same about ccb. No no no. Yeah he gets rid stay up. We did it so wait. How many whatever number that movie. A number of movie was monday. Monday's movie that was how many of hers. Yeah ten or eleven probably right. Is it really that many. Yeah we've only we've done the aurora tea gardens. Thank we know so so we done journey. We've done Header eleven switch baseness urged switched for christmas shoe addicts christmas town christmas under wraps johnny back to we journey What was what was a. That's that's That's garland for christmas reps and then this one seven seven. Look let's say next year number eight lucifer baby. Let me in. This is the first one. We're recording a four-day scoldings. Well go go to thailand out of out timeout delusive just to the universe. Yes oh good. Good stuff now. You can't go to lucifer. Snacks can come here though as exactly right. Hey guys you anti-us christmas at starlight starlight christmas by starlight. Right christmas or chris by. Chris where are you going. I just wanted to sit jingle jingle star. Yeah but there's light starlight talking about that star life long life to star light star bright chrissy a waffle to nine coup. Kay you keep working on during the saddam. I think we'll get a hey christophi starlight originally on november twenty. Six th thanksgiving day twenty one and twenty something like this any are you. Okay is a lawyer who helps makes people's adoption dreams come true. She likes to dance in her apartment in pajamas and with her dog and hang out at her parents diner but when she goes back into her dad's office she finds out that they're getting a victim. They they aren't going to be allowed to reopen their lease because of holt enterprises tearing it down building up something bigger and better and he's gonna fight them about it. We meet william holt. His dad started hold industry so i said areas and they and they're and they're the ones that are going around buying buildings just to build a big old sky rises and shopping malls and whatnot but will doesn't really care nearly as much as his dad he should skating on by the company is going to be his soon so his dad wants him to really hunkered down. Wants him to get a lawyer who falls around and make sure that he's doing all things and dot all the ts. Don the teas and crossing the is switch it any any goes into fighting about for parents. And she's like hey and he's like. Hey i need a lawyer. you're a lawyer. Let me help you. Just kind of just be around so i can say i have a lawyer but don't get in my way and if you do all of that just until christmas i'll save your deck. And she's like okay so she starts do that and she immediately starts going to business Business meetings with him and realizes that he is in serious need of like legal help and advice to just be a good business person She gets him out of a jam by promising a christmas fundraiser. That's going to be held at the starlight cafe. She starts to to show him that. The town doesn't need more malls. it doesn't need more hotels. We need stuff for the people so they end up going to this crispus park and they end up selling to many tickets for the fundraiser. Because the star like how they can only hold ninety five people there. Well over that at that point and anne is freaking out and wills like i'll help you and she's like you know how you go get drinks yet. Us play squash. I'll do it myself. I always have get out but isn't take no for an answer. He shows up at her house the next day and i really want to help. And so he spends the spend some time with her and her family and they come up with a plan. The party will extend next door into the closed down bookstore. He starts to help out more and more for the party giving advice and doing things with her to get the party ready to go and he ends the day by taking ice skating because he finds out that she used to used to skate. And they have the best time. They end the day together by Eating grilled cheese and she's sharing about her own adoption and very sweet moment. Gather he ends up coming clean to his dad about any not really being his lawyer in really just doing this thing so that they could save the diner and data is not having same old. Well same old problems will shows up to. Annie that she But she makes him a decorate a christmas tree. I he ends up not telling her about the conversation that he had with. His dad is tonight of the big fundraiser and he surprises her by bringing like elements of her favorite toy store to the party. And it's just great and she's like. Oh my gosh amazing on their dance in slow to own holy night as you do and she hears from somebody talking to a well after the fact. That demolition is set to begin on the starlight in january. And she's like i trusted you. She's heart-broken but he figures out a way to make it a historical wind mark which would save the starlight. He tells his dad what's up. I'm not tearing down to start. This is about people. And he's kind of impressed so he goes to.

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"starlight" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"starlight" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"Looks like, but brainy styles are very very different I mean with a low wine column at directly above the pot you clean up your distillate a lot more than you do with. Your Swan or goose necks or your liar arm going up to your low. Wycombe. Whiskey So when you do have pot desolation with brandies with a low call directly above your cleaning up whiskey a lot more and so with a portfolio like this with the family reserves in the Monroe barrels you WanNa really clean spirit and that's why we choose to do it upstairs rather than down in our actual vendome accretion Christian Carl's. Like. I said very famous Cognac producers, stills but it cleans up this little lot more than what you typically want in a whiskey. But with a very character full barrel like Saga Monroe, it fills at body up the vinyl of the sweet the Laval and flavors with it and it seasoned wood I mean traditionally, we like to use a lot airdropped would here because of that in lot of toasted then. FLASH CHARRED BECAUSE WE, want to promote the sweeter fruity aromas that goes behind our wine making her brainy production. I'm so all of our cuts here are pretty decently high but especially for this portfolio though we wanna keep it hi WanNa keep fruity when you wanNA keep it very layered and complex, and that's why we chose the brain is still over the whiskey house because you need a standard operating procedure for this one. And this just a recreate I mean has got a lot of chocolate sweet vanilla notes. It's very like Silky to me like. Espresso I had like real. The. MOCHA kind of flavors and in just the nice spice at the finish had signed very well balanced. These these have been fun projects when these projects are put forth by the way you end up, we end up with your these are always cast strength and unfiltered. All always you're talking are leveling and this is one twelve point. Four is what we finish this particular bill came out at. So they're just GONNA come right out of the Rick House and tender loving care in our rick houses in this particular barrel spent time in number one in then was finished in warehouse number two. And it was finished low in the corner of warehouse number two. So it's actually kind of. Medium. High. Warehouse Number One, and then once it hits four years, we went to warehouse number two and was put down on the lowest rack system and finished there for the more soft in again let's remember that. We go over there we know the hot spots are. An Christian and Blake both mentioned the elegance of this particular one is very forward and and but but it's very elegant in the Finnish and and whenever you tasted elegant. When like this, a lot of times they're the ones going to be finished off of the brandy still. So that brand new still has a way of elegant bourbon is is a good. That, we use here internally. Really Cool. So I guess another question, I'm GonNa Kinda throat you. Christian. So we had talked about a variety is the spice of life here I mean you can tell that everything that you have going on. You've got you know how many? How many different kind of Greens come in you do an all your different kind of Nashville's different yeast, different cuts different still different stills, and then I'm GonNa talk about the barrels per second as you said that you're pulling from six different coverages. Yes. So so what is the idea of.

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"starlight" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"starlight" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"To establish a winery distillery and fruit farm as what we were first step seven generations in Germany. So south of Baden Baden along the Rhine river is a large fruit growing area hints the fact that we were started as a winery and a brandy producer back. In the eighteen hundreds. So they were looking for the perfect piece of ground settled around this area in the eighteen thirties. But bought the farm that we're standing on in eighteen forty, three in established established vineyards, orchards those one or two first things that were originally planted and if you've ever know the history of alcohol, you know that brandy was consumed far more than whiskey in the eighteen hundreds, and if you know the history of the area Apple Brandy was the big producer and this particular region in southern Indiana is the apple brandy producing. If you look at layered up on the East Coast you would know how popular they were back in in the eighteen hundreds also so. That gets that gets a started in which you see when you look out these windows that were in this building. Here you see all the orchards, all the vineyards, blackberries, and all the fruit being grown this farm, which is kind of unique to this particular area and people think of Indiana as corn, which you can think of coroners Bourbon so forth, but you don't think of. Indiana as being is larger fruit producer as it would have been in the seventeen and eighteen hundreds which and people don't realize that Indian also was the largest wine producing state for over one hundred years back in the late seventeen hundreds into eighteen hundred. So there's rich history here in southern Indiana comes to brandy production and wine production and then we had several different. In this particular region one was the great blight of the late eighteen hundreds then prohibition. In, those two pretty much wiped. INDIANA. Out off the map when it comes to producing alcohol. At that particular time and it wasn't until the nineteen seventies that my father and his brother. Car-o-van over able to go ahead and get the winery started they were working with some legislators and other people in Indiana that really wanted to see the wind industry be reborn. And so in the early nineteen seventies that happened vineyards were reestablished on this property and then the winery came to existence and that really well, and then around the late nineteen eighties. Early Nineties people know the Marcella name is our number one selling wine sweet Marcella That would be my grandmother pretty good for a lot of people know that in this market that's my grandmother and grandma kept Cana prodding me in my late mid teens about bringing the distillery back and getting her applejack Apple Brandy. Production back, GOIN-. In High School but my love of science and production and fermentation. She could tell she was really working hard on that and so we started pursuing the dude little research, the development and little cat of hidden in the back room of the winery little distillation process going on learning from things about that particular time and so things went really well with that particular project. But the big hurdle for us was to get the laws changed in Indiana because as we know the big distillery here in Indiana in GP up there that time was Seagram's. We didn't want that type of distillery. We WanNA to guess to visit US tourist tastes with US enjoy cocktails out on the patio and. The whole experience to Huber we wanted to make sure distillery had that same experience as you would with a winery or the farm. In with the current license at Indian ahead, that could not happen. We would just be a production factory, not not an actual tourist stiller. So it took us several years from. We really started working hard about nineteen, ninety eight and wasn't till two thousand and one that the things lined up for US legislatively here in Indiana and we got the brandy law passed and people wonder why we made brandy before we made whiskey and how that happened but the legislators felt very comfortable with the winery comfortable with the history of Brandy and the state of Indiana and comfortable with. How wineries operated. So they figured that you know Randy's just distilled wine. So that can't be that big a deal. So our first license was brandy only what was the law? Talk about what was the law that you said was in place that only allowed Seagram's or GP to produce. Now. That's that's a different distillation law than so MGP and starlight distillery actually it's with different license. Our licence allows us to be able to have tours, tastings, cocktails, and spirits to go home with customers If you go to the GP those that was do not actually exist on their license gotcha. So we actually have two different license, and actually when you visit starlight distiller in, you take the tour, you actually see two different license because we run. Two different distilleries we have the brandy distillery and the whiskey distillery, and they are actually two different license on our property. Now, they do basically the same thing but our brandy license being a little bit older. We did not want to relinquish that license and operate just under the current license. There's a few restrictions as far as production and quotas that the grain distillery has that the brandy distillery does not I. Think we missed in your title was also lobbyists. That's been my father taught me that back in my in my early teens and the boys actually in their early teens have testified. In front of our public policy and House and Senate in the state. House. Mini mini times when they were still in high school and even middle. School Talking about the distillery and expanding it, and we always wanted to put a fresh face to legislators to say, Hey, this is you know we're looking for multigenerational companies here. These aren't gonNA open up and close ten or fifteen years. Later, these businesses that can be established with a lot of a lot of capital inputs in business in buildings without the right license and operational that people aren't going to invest time and energy, and capital into the type of facilities were sitting in here right now without good good laws to to work under. So yeah. So yeah, lobbyists January in February. That's when Indiana's kind of hot on legislation it's slow time here on the farm. And Lot. Being kind of worked in bringing down capitol. Hill? have. Sometimes, twice a week running up to two in Annapolis Very Nice. So you had the brain-dead that you're farmers originally do incorrect, and then why did that production stop at some point The brand is still going on that. We still have a lot of acres of grapes. Apples in some other fruits very minor do. We do strawberry we do peach and all these other brands but very limited production grape and apple or the two big ones. That's what we did a lot in eighteen hundreds. And that's what we grow a lot of. So that's our largest production in that and then our gen came about because if you think of brandy brandies distill wine or distilled fruits and fruits have seasons. And fruits don't store very well. So you know we don't have brandy production three, hundred, sixty, five days a year like we would with grain that we can store easily and have and so during the wintertime when we finished with Apple Brandy, then that's when the still that's typically used for brandy gets used for Gen and so that that that's still brandy still nowhere close to whiskey production in America was a brand new drinking culture, and now we're a whiskey drinking culture. So our brandy sales are do really well good and competitions and have great respect nationwide Are Nowhere near Bourbon or Rye whiskey. That's the two big categories that Redo right now when you do a tour of starlight distillery, you'll see both both distilleries and see the size of the brandy versus the size of the Whiskey in the brandy distillery is tucked in the winery. So it operates as part of the wind program because again were fermenting wine from impressing apples and pressing grapes..

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Why Lava Worlds Shine Brightly (It's Not The Lava)

60-Second Science

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Why Lava Worlds Shine Brightly (It's Not The Lava)

"Here. On Earth your best bet for seeing lava is to go to a volcano out in space there are entire EXO planets made of the stuff these so-called lava worlds orbit. So close to their stars that their surface temperatures can melt rock which might sound familiar says space technologists, Mikhail Celo of the University of Tartu in Estonia. So like for example, from speaking we now from Star Wars. Most Kind of like that. But you know without the light sabers scientists had noticed that some of these real love worlds were extraordinarily bright and reflective but why? Maybe this comes from the fact that love is basically a liquid. The smooth surface deflect light like. For example, so I use alone his colleagues did what anyone would do to test that idea they made their own lava. Here's MIT's Zara ethic who led the team when we remove the La from the furnace, you could instantly feel the heat wash over you even from six feet away. If felt like he was standing right on the edge of a roaring bonfire, the crucible, which was the container holding the lava was glowing. So proudly, it made my eyes water it was an incredible experience after producing the lava the researchers calculated it's reflected in both the molten and solid states and they realized that lava. Wasn't reflective enough to explain these bright EXO planets they were seeing instead success perhaps these planets could be remarkable in yet another way we think that lava planets could have exotic reflective atmospheres consisting of silica, which is the main component of rocks and metals like sodium or potassium that reflect starlight and make the planets a purebred. The work appears in the astrophysical journal, and if lava worlds feel very far away and perhaps irrelevant as brought up the fact that Earth too was once covered in sloshing lava early in its formation. So by studying planets around distant stars, we might better understand the history of our own.

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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 2: The Tale of Tsar Saltan

Classics for Kids

05:24 min | 2 years ago

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 2: The Tale of Tsar Saltan

"Nicolai Ski Korsakov wrote the flight of the Bumblebee for an opera called the tale of czar. Salt on actually. That's just the Reader's digest abridged version of the title. The full Monty is the legend of Czar Sultan of his son. The famous end mighty hero Prince Vida Sultana Vich and of the Beautiful Swan Princess and at that title weren't enough. The plot is one of the most complicated in all of opera them. And that's saying the tale of our salt on is based on the story by the Great Russian poet. Alexander Pushkin once upon a time. Three sisters sat around discussing what they would do if they were married to the czar. That's Russian for ruler of the country. The first sister said she would make a huge feast. The second sister said she would weave beautiful cloth and the third sister said she would. Bears are salt a strong braves. The was listening in on the conversation and promptly married the sister who said she'd bear him a son then he told the feasts sister she could be the Palace. Cook and the cloth sister that she could be the royal weaver. They were not amused pretty soon. The newly married Zarina or Mrs Czar was expecting a child but before the baby was born her husband had to go off to war after the czar left Arina had a baby boy known as the Czarevich or son of Czar. The CZARINA sent her husband a message saying that they'd had a beautiful healthy son but her jealous sisters substituted a different message saying that she'd given birth to a monster when he heard that the czar was very unhappy and sent back a message saying not to do anything until he got home but the sisters intercepted that message to and substituted one saying that the arena and her son should be put into a barrel and thrown into the sea because this is a fairy tale not only did they survive but the boy actually grew up hour by hour as the barrel tossed on the water when mother and son washed ashore on an island. The first thing is our did was saved the life of an enchanted swan the swan him by making a beautiful city appear and Prince V. Don as the Czarevich was now known became ruler of that city by now. You're probably saying I thought there was supposed to be a flying. Be Somewhere in this story so far. The only thing with wings has been an enchanted swan well to make a long story not quite as long. Some people who traveled through Prince Vidalia City told him about SARS saw Tun's kingdom and czar south on heard from those same travelers about the amazing place where Prince Don lived so each of them really wanted to visit the other Prince v known got their first with help from the enchanted swan who let him pay three visits in disguise. I as a mosquito them as a fly and then you guessed it as a B. When's our salt on got to visit the Prince? He was delighted to see his long lost son. And all the miraculous things inference Vidalia city there was a squirrel that old emerald nuts out of golden shells a band of thirty three nights that marched out of the ocean in shining armor and a princess. More beautiful than the sun with moonlight in her hair and starlight in her face Of course the princess was the enchanted swan freed from her spell and changed back to a human being naturally she and the Prince got married and lived happily ever after

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Horseshoe Crabs: Blue Blood of the Ancients

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

11:07 min | 2 years ago

Horseshoe Crabs: Blue Blood of the Ancients

"The Horseshoe Crab Robert this This episode was your idea. And I'm so glad you thought of this. Yeah and I'll I'll bring up a little later in the upset what Quite reminded me that the horseshoe crab should be a topic of discussion. But they're really. This is a creature. I feel like that I've been admiring my whole life. It's frequently brought up. It's frequently pointed out to me. I remember as a kid. Being if not shown an actual horseshoe crab thing maybe it was showing the remnants of one that had washed up or picture of one and it was explained to me like this is a the unique organism that you don't find many things that are really like it on this earth on the earth today and if you went back far enough in time you would find them in in ages of Of strange biological diversity that would otherwise seem alien but the horseshoe crab has remained largely constant. It is an olive colored lump from the Jurassic Period and beyond. Yeah so one of the great things about it is it's sort of perfect fodder for our show I think because it's something that If you don't go deep on it might be You might think of it as a kind of like lowly and uninteresting just sort of lump in the mud with with some scuttling clause and you know there's not really much to it. There's a lot plot to it The this creature is marvelous into start us off. I want to inspire some wonder by by reading a passage with few bridge minutes from a really excellent Poland book. I've been reading this week. By the British paleontologist. Richard Forty called a horseshoe crabs and velvet worms the story of animals and plants. That time has left behind. It was published in two thousand twelve now velvet worms. By the way we'd we spoke about them recently it was potentially buried. If you skip our movie episodes and you shouldn't. We did an episode on the Tingler. That old Vincent Price Horror movie and the title character in or the title monster in that film. The tingler very closely resembles of velvet worms. So we discussed its unique biology so to be mentioned in the same sense as the velvet worm that should let you know the horseshoe crab is no joke totally so Richard Forty. The author of this book is a former president of the Geological Society of London. He spent much of his career as a staff paleontologist colleges at the British Natural History Museum where his research included a special focus on our old friends. The trial of Bites And he's also done a lot of public natural history communication appearing on BBC documentaries and stuff like that so in the opening chapter of this twenty twelve book fourteen is describing a massive gathering of horseshoe hugh crabs that he witnessed one night on a beach in Delaware So begin reading here deepen the night along. The shores of Delaware Bay the Horseshoe. Crab are stirring the tide is now high and there is no moon darkness rules but even in the feeble starlight. The overwhelming flatness of the countryside can be made out except along. The Rim of the bay. Were old sand. Dunes have built up a levy heave with gentle movements. I I noticed. Some very odd sounds downs. There is a general hollow clattering a tapping and grinding sound somewhat like that made by knocking. Coconut shells together once accused on the radio to imitate horses hooves but altogether less rhythmic and with the kind of underlying push then as my eyes get used to the darkness low. Shelly mountains the size of inverted calendars can be seen slowly pushing and jostling all along the shore and perhaps six meters up into the sands. They're bumping and clambering together is the source of those tap tapping percussion sounds the flash of an infrared torch reveals more details. The head shield of the horseshoe crab is domed upwards and carries a few weeks spines at its back into hinge marks at jointed boundary with the second large the plate spiny at the edge which can flap downwards and beyond that again projects a stout triangular spike as long as the head. which can wagle up and down here at kits helmet more crabs are gathered on the mudflats seaward of the San waiting their turn strange green? Black slowly animated lumps temps further offshore again in the shallow seawater. Tail spikes project briefly above the gentle waves like raised radio antenna and are gone shopping. Doing were still more horseshoe crabs vie with one another to get their place on the sand so if that doesn't Tempt you to buy the book I I will say. The whole thing I think is greatly that forty really is He's a great scientist but also a really great writer in this book is just a fabulous. Read Yeah I like the the details it gives to describing like one one thing that stands out from me is the horseshoe crab always looked like An element from a suit of armor has a it. Looks like a little tank moving moving along the shoreline. Well yeah exactly and there's a good reason it looks like that. I mean that is quite literally what it is. This is a creature that is mostly a suit of armor. especially if you're looking down from above above right it is quite literally biological armor Now forty goes onto explain the marvels of the scene says there are thousands of these creatures gathered on the beach. Each coming onto the beach from the waves He he at one point finds one horseshoe crab up turned on its back in the sand desperately bending its tail spike up down in an attempt to flip itself back over which is a strategy that I believe would probably work in the water but not so much on the land And despite his status says a scientific observer forty admits that he's unable to resist the urge to write the animal and he does grasping it by its head shield and he flips it But once upright of course it doesn't say any thanks it just kind of trundles away and gets back to business. What is this business? It is made ing. This is a giant convention of Horseshoe Horseshoe Crabs essentially for the purpose of an invertebrate orgy. And that's four. Forty himself uses the word orgy. I think that is the correct term for this. So he notes that the largest animals on the beach are digging down in the sand. So while their dorsal shields hide most of what's going on there jointed to the limbaugh underneath our industriously removing sand and then Some of the larger crabs ended up digging themselves so far down that they're almost completely buried and these larger creatures the ones doing the digging the females. They will ultimately be burying their freshly laid eggs in the sand here on the beach. Meanwhile smaller crabs jobs are fighting to climb on top of the buried females. These smaller ones are the males and the reason they're fighting for positioning is that they're competing for a chance. To fertilize is the female's eggs with their sperm cells which are called milt and Forty realizes that much of the tapping. He's talking about in that passage. I read that. clanking noise is that he heard in the dark comes from what he calls Tussles for dominance male horseshoe crabs knocking one another about by the EXO skeletons as as they fight for a chance to be the first in line to reproduce and this can get really violent forty notes that finally Many of them don't survive this night of mass asked invertebrates sex on the beach in the morning. The shore is just littered with assorted chunks of Horseshoe Crab Carcasses. It's an amazing scene. And I I wish I could be present to see this. I would go to Delaware for that. That would get me into Delaware. Yeah they should put it on the license plate right. This does remind me of a of a story that that I've heard before My Wife's grandmother had an amusing tale of worship crabs. Believe this is a tale from the outer banks of the United States Though she also who lived in Australia for a time when she was younger so it might be a tale from Australia. But I'm pretty sure it's outer banks anyway. The story goes that she happened. Upon a bunch of horseshoe crabs on the beach. I thought they were in danger. So my wife's grandmother then devoted an hour or so to collecting them and hurling them back into the sea only to learn later that had come short to make so she thought that they were like beached. Whales essentially. Yeah you know they're usually they're here. They are in mass. Maybe something is wrong. They need help you know. Throw them back in before the birds get them that sort of thing so she meant well but turns out. She was interfering in their natural process. ooh I bet those were awesome. Frustrated invertebrates Now these mass meetings on the beach bear an actually pretty great ecological significance Forty describes The eggs they. La is tiny and green and he writes that they're they're laid together in these golf ball sized clumps of about four thousand six thousand eggs a piece He says up to fifteen or so males will have the opportunity to fertilize the eggs of a single female enduring a reproductive cycle a single female horseshoe crab might lay about eighty to one hundred hundred thousand eggs total and yet forty notes that on average. It's estimated that only about thirty three out of every million eggs survive into adulthood. Did so again. This comes back to kind of in the invertebrate numbers game much like we talked about an hour. Christmas Island Crabs You know there's a lot of larva and only a tiny fraction action of them actually ever become adult crabs but this massive eggs and juveniles. That don't survive their ecologically very important. Because like like the Christmas Island crabs they are important food source for lots of animals living in passing through the region loggerhead turtles prey on the crabs even into adulthood The the that is kind of weird imagining eating horseshoe crab because if you look at one it just really does not look like it would have much good meat. It looks like an animal made entirely entirely out of Shell and bone. So it's looking around on this. And in some parts of the world that they are sometimes harvested for food but only the eggs or roe or edible according to Malaysia best dot net which has a blog post about this and some photos. You'll find them on the menu and some restaurants either grilled and flipped over for row consumption or or someplace where you can get the row already scooped out and serve to you. And I read that the the eggs basically have a rubbery texture a salty taste so nothing really all that exotic attic in terms of Of eating the eggs of of marina creatures. like this but again the end of their favorites among birds and other creatures in the horseshoe crab is a keystone species for this reason. Like it's going to spend a Lotta time on the show talking about how ancient they are their ancient origins. It's easy to maybe fall into this notion that they are an outcast that they're not really important. They're just a throwback but no they have a very important role in a number of species sees again like migratory seabirds depend upon them. Yeah you're exactly right about that and forty talks about this. At length the birds will peck around in the sand to find the hidden caches buried daggs. So this scene that forty describes so vividly is not just an amazing spectacle of nature. We sort of alluded to this earlier. 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"starlight" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

13:58 min | 3 years ago

"starlight" Discussed on Apologetics Live

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I wanted to know I seen a video while back Richard Dawkins interviewing a scientists physicists and he I guess he thought that the scientists was going to side with him that there is no god but this particular physicists he didn't fall for it he he you know they're speaking about the creation of the universe and the physics itself and his name is. Dr Steven Weinberg Weinberg and he said that he doesn't believe that it all came by accident. He said that it's it's too finely tuned that if you just tweak one little thing that everything falls apart and you know. I know I saw that. Darkens was taken aback by this. You could tell he was surprised. and I noticed that the way that ATS tried to get around this now ever since then they're trying to put forth this idea that well okay the reason our our universe is the way it is so finely tuned is because it's one of many universes a multi births and I just wanted to know if you had any response to that and also if you could you had mentioned earlier that the the statement that the universe is thirteen billion years old is is a true statement because you disagree with it. I'm a little confused by that. If you could elaborate on that okay we're really well the design. You change certain parameters. There's some slosh through some leeway on some grammars exchange the strong force too much advantageous to be changed the weak force too much at its decay a almost immediately wjr candidate. Thank you so so the proposal is well. We're we're just the one happened to get rice. There must be an incident number of other universes for south there. I think that's a form of the GAMBLER's fallacy. It'd be kind of comparable to flip flip a coin and it lands ten times in a row then then you say well. How do we account for this. How do we make sense of this unlikely occurrence. Something that we think is now. I think the more logical position would be to examine the coins and see that may maybe it's on both sides. Maybe it maybe somebody has engineered the coins that it will end up. I think the illogic response would be to say okay well. There must be billions of other people also performing this experiment. We just happened in the room that got the right answer so I don't think that's reasonable. I think it's the Policy Allison wrote a thesis. We just happened to be the one where it works. You can apply that recent anything to anything that happens. That is unlikely you know you say. How out of this can you imagine police investigating a crime scene miss how this happened say well. It's a chance we just have to be one of the universe this habit in the end. It was all go home. At the end of scientific inquiry right there multi by its nature is unscientific doesn't make false but it makes us scientific because it cannot be tested principle any other universe would by definition be something that we would not have access to because we only have access to this universe I if you have access to it as part of this university another one so it's it's really very non scientific answer your rational with regard to the age of the universe. I take scripture face. Saudi believe that Genesis History Bucket made everything in six days as ordinary days rotation seats went down by evening morning human beings remain on the sixth day and from this genealogies that you'll have to read for bed son so de Asuncion idiot sound so you can find that it's few thousand years between Adamant Chrysler on four thousand years and Christ's earthly ministry will be about two thousand years ago so you age for the Earth Universe everything about six thousand years camp exactly on but it's certainly gonna be. It's GonNa be millions or billions of years so I take issue with my secular colleagues. One of the reasons they they need two billion years is to get evolution to happen because we all agree that evolution can't happen if this year's arguing planes either but you throw in and billion years that seems to make almost anything. I think that's the the the motivation all right James. You have anything else I I must have misunderstood. I bet she said earlier that it was a that was a statement that it was thirteen billion years old doc. I must have missed missile misheard. I think he's not understanding what you mean. By a true statement false yes I have and I have one more question censure and astrophysicists I personally don't believe I believe it's possible. Maybe there could be life out there in in the universe but not intelligent life that can that can no good from evil bad from wrong like we do because we're made in. God's image so the idea that you know all of these I don't know if you've seen the TIC TAC video from the navy maybe the navy video of them chasing that done an identified flying object but they claim that claims military claims that they've been seeing these things for decades and I just wanted to know what your opinion is with regards to intelligence specifically intelligent life in the university you believe it. It's it it could be possible or or I don't see how it could be especially also with regards to God only becoming Mann mm-hmm paternity so I think there's a lot of problems with that but I just want to get your opinion on that. I think the key issue. I don't think there is intelligent lights. It's out in space intelligent but the problem with having Vulcans Klingons out there as you pointed out not the image God that can't be saved not related to Jesus his. We're related Jesus. We roll of one blood so his his his blood on the cross counts for us. He's our easer. Kinsman Redeemer demory's or relatives that's why saints but Lieutenant Work on luck because he's a Klingon and he can't he's not related to Jesus can't say so. I think it presents huge theological problems. This is much as I like sci-fi and I do like I d like to consider this things but as sci-fi as science fiction universes that were. I don't think there's life out there. A non intelligent life like moss or something like that probably doesn't pose any theological probes we found moss on planet out there but to be honest. I not really expected that because is it just based on not just based on scripture but based on what we've found in science to the the animals for made uh partly for us and plans for made for animals to eat and even these microbes it turns out that that plants we've now found that like the roots of the plants without microbes they will work properly microbes kind of the interface between beat role of minerals in the world of plants might herbs help plastic certain minerals and so on so it seems like everything is part of the balance system that's designed and it's all on earth you know it's something that that that's got designs for for to be inhabited and to be inhabited by us the passage Isaiah Forty by eight on formed the earth to be inhabited. You didn't make it a waste place and a it also it doesn't specifically say not the heavens that does seem to be the application of your special in that. It's designed for life in the rest of the universe is designed to declare. God's glory oriented beautiful not for life in regards to things like you hoes and things like that if people signoff host while by the little little definition is have you seen something of gay. Yes was flying. Yes as an object yet whether he goes. I happen to know that a lot of those is things you know. People say well actually that satellite. We'll look at that. What's that brightly Venus. Most commonly reported the Ovo. Oh by the way is being something about strong. It's comical because Venus is incredibly bright and it's startling for see it over the horizon air when its lowest style. It'll kind of twinkling dancing around because the waiters ask your. I've seen lots of interesting things that have taken place in space. I've Seen Chemical Nicole released experiments that they've done some kind of experiment where they some satellite released the see it was glowing. It was awesome but I don't you know it's not the man made some kind of bandmate experiencing lots of stuff like that satellites people spend a lot of time outside at nights talk about everything but never seen anything that really would support the idea of aliens visiting the Earth. All right well we do. You've one last thing that I'm getting some echo there from getting a little bit echoed. Food Jason on your side get neck of from yeah. Thanks all right so one so Charles for this in God could create the Biblical world with the age of appearance now did WanNa let you we have about five minutes left to address address this because yes he did create Adam and Eve as someone else said you know fully grown but this does become a problem when it comes to starlight issues especially but One lady just that comment that God could have created the world with appearance of age yeah. This is a nuanced issue and I ah I probably agree with the sentiment of person opposed to matter but I wouldn't say it that way because technically appeared the the term appearance of age is certification fallacy because age is not something you can see age is a concept of history now and so when you say well. This rock looks older. The Rock looks you was was an old rock. Look like a young rock looks like rocks Ross. Now we use that term politically people would say Keith Boyer. Oh yeah this person looks. He looks young for his age. People say that we're speaking not literally because what we really mean you can't see someone's age. It's not like they have their age posted on for it and you can see what we what we can see our certain physical features that we associate with aging gray hair weicker wrinkles liver spots when have you and we say on normally people get characteristic when they're such an age so we see that I look such and such an age but that is a Samoan literal statement and if you think about it it wouldn't make sense to apply that kind of language to the earth because when we say personal certain age we're saying that person has certain and seizures that people typically get when they're that age. That's what we're really saying. They resemble all the other people that are kind of around that age but when you talk about the universe say how old does the universe look. Are you comparing with all the other universes and how they aged so we've only got the one heater so it looks the way that it looks. It doesn't really have an appearance terrence spatial. Here's the way appears enemy when there may I would prefer the universe was made this adult that was made sure it was made functional. Adam and Eve remains adult. She you think of the term fully grown implies the grew they didn't they were created as adults and so I think the universe was made as an adult to to the divers trees..

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"starlight" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

13:43 min | 3 years ago

"starlight" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"Science astronomy biology especially a geology you gotta and of course it's good to know what the secretary is anyway so by all means yes sitting the classes learn what the secondary positions but through the genus as well all right well and and I think that's you know that's that's one of the things that is A. I think a struggle we talked last week with Paul Taylor about the Forget forget his name. I think it was more honey. We the the the fellow who found the soft tissue in the in the triceratops Horn and concluded the well. The universe can't be that old dinosaurs can't be with that old and he lost his tenure job because of the conclusion and Yeah Yeah and you know you have that I think of you know someone who you obviously will know. I have permission to give his name's home. They won't but you know who taught at Brown. If America Really Brown for years and then comes works at I see are all his fellow festive like what happened happen to us to be smart implying that somehow now he he lost his marbles by you know believing a young earth and so I think there is is that I mean we saw that in in the film put put together by a Jewish person not a Christian but Ben Ben Stein's film exposed it or expelled. It shows shows that you know if you don't carry that line I mean you're just you're out the door and then and then they use that to say well. Look you guys you Christians. Don't I don't have any peer reviewed documents and of course not because you rejected just because the conclusions we have ordered the belief system that that we would half of course we do have here we have creches peer reviewed journals and we need that because sometimes a lot of similar journals the other secretions paper just crispell just won't do it regardless of the scientific merits of that paper so for that reason we we have journals and their period so so folks so you don't have you don't do peer reviewed research yeah I did. That's not that's not. That's not a real review. Journal has an interest got some policy because in fact it history review a loss on a second yes don't they tend to block and so we need we need to get the information out the point is the Science Confirms Commission and it's the biases that the way of publication throw hot sons. Okay and we have a question that came in from Ktar not and she doesn't she doesn't come in here but her question to you is did the professors ever give you a lower grade for refusing to state ally is fact. That's a good question. I don't think so I don't think so undergraduate. I got good grades and people knew I was creationist but you know what I wasn't obnoxious about it another thing so I tell you sometimes creationist and then they get kicked out and they complain what Al L. Approach but I I believe we need to live Christians and so we need to share jealous respect to people even those spiritus eh graduate level. I didn't let on too much creationist. I it corresponded taking tests. I'm being tested on my knowledge of the material that's presented and so I took complain so I the answers that I would give it be consistent with the information piping hot and frankly in terms of the observational science astrophysics. There's there's no conflict with the criminal all its when they start going storytelling about the past and so I mean I remember one of the homework we had to do. As we head calculate the efficiency of nuclear fusion in a bang and I can I can do that. I can say if if these conditions existed in this is what would happen. I'm not affirming that those conditions ever existed. I'm just saying this is what happened. Here's what the calculation happens and so I didn't really I didn't really have a problem with that. I learned Safeway's too if it's paper alert Safeway's to write things it is generally believed that the universe is thirteen point seven blenders all true statements even though I I I don't hold myself. It's the statement is true so their ways you can write things that that don't reveal around a physician recommended states percents. I am going to bring in ally. I know that he he's. He's a regular here. He's with revealed politics and I know he he was thrilled that he would have an opportunity to talk with you and ask you questions but we may have to limit how many questions he asks you. We're going to be reviewing his debate in probably about two weeks that that he had on the on the Gospel Truth show go hit Eli. Hey how's it going. How's it going good. I I'm Sir people say it's all the time but a really big fan do in my opinion. I think you are the best out what Dr Benson was trying to do and you do it in a way that's that's easily memorable and very effective even so. I really appreciate that. I think one of the detriments of presupposition apologetic is that it can be overly technical so I really appreciate that. You have simplified it now. Angie said well no no. I I appreciate all your work there so Andras correct I could stay here all night and I promise I won't but but I'm very much interested in methodology and the theological foundations of the methodology and so I have maybe two or three questions and if they seem to so you know take too long to answer then we can limit it to to two or one or whatever so I'm just going to you. Do you see a necessary connection between the presupposition oppositional methodology and reform theology as you know van til try to put forth a a reform apologetic methodology or do you see that it's possible to disconnect the two that a non reformed guy could use it just as well and there's no necessary connection there. If you're going to get into trouble I know the answer to stop. You know we all have to make decisions about about what issues are are standoff die on a hill issues and things like that. I think that's three supposition. Apologetic works best. If your theology is biblical as it could possibly be and probably none of us perfect WPRO perfectly biblical theology they airs lonelier another and so I see it as a continuum. I think those people that have the worst theology are GonNa have a hard time doing presuppositions because it's based on what the Bible says about the nature of God the nature of Man the nature of truth the nature of knowledge which and if you don't have a view on this they don't have a biblical view on this. Thanks then you're. GonNa be sucked now. I I happen to be versus reforms position. I think that that is great biblical and so I think that the more biblical you are the better you're going to harness the positional slow method. I Win Lindi people who you have a different theology. I would just say you're gonNA find it. You're gonNA find it difficult to use that because it is based based on what the Bible say about itself about the Nature Knowledge Fan okay. I didn't set him up got around around to it. I did so so I'm I'm Kinda glad. This wasn't actually a setup though 'cause it's good that you got in trouble once because you got me in in trouble we we we were we were lunch with with that one fella if if your member as we head into they would've taken care of it was just so funny we were sitting we mentioned mentioned. Betty Hen and you pulled out that video video hin with the lightsaber that was just classic and what do you realize there was a guy that actually was like totally thinking. Benny Hinn is biblical. Yeah just like and I'm like okay well. You're Jason's the guest speaker and like here's a guy that's got to work with them a bit for like it was just like okay. Let me let me be the bad guy in the guide no Benny Hinn a heretic and you're so I'm glad that you did that and and put you on the spot to yeah. I'd I'd I wasn't asked. Why don't you know you're and Castille that is all right? Just GonNa ask another one. Your voices sound a little choppy. I don't know if it's me or it's you. You're you're getting a little choppy as well. Oh and folks are having a hard time hearing it's. I don't know if there's a way to increase the volume on your mic because I can't do it from my end but go go go ahead. You you may want to do is turn your video off and that'll probably help. Maybe currently I turn on my video off here. You look a lot better now. It sounds pretty bad. This is the thing with livestream we gotta get Eli to get like a you know a computer computer setup where he can actually like you know get good. Internet because whenever he's in we we have this at least for a little bit. Can you hear US Eli. I don't know if we lost them all together all right well. Let's while we're waiting for Eli. There was a question that came in. Where was it there we go McKell asks Dr Lyle. Are there any new theories dealing with distant starlight problem from a young earth creation point of view. Yeah there are at the last the international conference which I attended. There were several talks on distant star lights and in it. There's a there's another paper that that's come out. That was not presented. Their guy didn't count all one of them. Basically were premised on on my model and then it took variations of it so I was very pleased. That's the answer tropic conventions car to two of the presentations. The icy were based on my model. They just taken a different slightly different version version of it and then John Hart Net as well as more or less endorsed my model but he's taken slightly different position of these standard universe with an over the next direction it but I I'm. I'm really excited about that but there are now three creation physicist besides myself that are the four that are endorsing a version of the commission so that that's that's good when you get consensus like that tells us that we might be honest if it's just me. I think I've got a good argument. You Bet but I'm just wondering especially if it's your argument very easily convince yourself of something. That's that's not true if you're not it was the fact that other logs yeah this makes sense or or this is the right premise little variation of encouraging well. Dr Arndt was so convinced is there was this cloud out there creating comments that he named after himself so he lie your back in on another set up. It looks like so go for all right because the only the sound will be to stop you guys. Can you hear me okay a little bit a little bit just a little chomping biggest your dough here's my next question I would imagine that you argue. Hugh blee in favor God and so a lot of the critics will say how does the transcendental argument demonstrate the Triune God. Why does it have to be a try personal garden and then we get into some philosophic by three now. I know the answer to this question but the reason why I ask is that it is often very difficult to explain that aspect at the argument to get to the specificity of it so how would just simply explain who's asking well. How do we know it has to be the the trinity specifically the way I argue it is I argued that it has to be the billable God and Biblical God by his revelation is trying to necessarily I tend to argument now. I can focus in on it. I could say they're aspects of God is revealed the Bible that only makes sense got trying to the fact that God is love and yet there was a time when no other beings God existence now..

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Why is space so dark if its full of stars?

Tai Asks Why

05:50 min | 3 years ago

Why is space so dark if its full of stars?

"Quite space. That's a deep question spaces dark because the universe is expanding. That's why spaces dark it's expanding and it's finite right because if the sight line through space ends on a star then that intensity of starlight would be the brightness rightness of that spot but most places you look do not land on a star so the expansion dilute starlight and not only that we don't live infinite universe because it for infinite eventually your sight line would land on a star if it did that the whole night sky would be ablaze with starlight. Oy Not Gaza. I'm GONNA play cool but you know stock to. Neil degrasse has Tyson's so it's a bag dale reason we see darkness instead of all starlet everywhere because the universe is expanding. The starlight is moving away from us and also because the universe is finite. If we look in a certain direction there might not be a star there but that's some big confusing really works your mind answer so i. I have a lot of fog questions. I have to get more answers. Neal was busy doing amazing astrophysics stuff so I went to visit my author author personal astrophysicist Heidi White the University of Toronto to help me see what's going on with all this light and the COSMO's all right now. Let's turn this on war on the roof of the astronomy building downtown Toronto in a warm pretty clear really windy night look. It looks like you're back to like fire laser. We're just firing up the telescope to check out some bright space objects that are close to US tidy that way. Let's move it a little bit and you see this. Let me move it up so you can pay it no friend he then that's Jupiter C. thanks yeah those are moons. We've it go. Heidi tells them not alone wondering white everything around my new. Pal Jupiter is so dark three hundred hundred years ago apparently there was this dude named wilhelm older who asked the same question you know the observing that we're doing right now is very similar to to the night sky observing that overdid over was doctor during the day and at night he turned like the roof of his house into an observatory and God at night just like we are and study what he you could see in the solar system so because older wondered why the sky was so dark. Apparently they named the question. After after calling it paradox basically the paradox that if the universe infinitely big infinitely old infinite general as they believed seventeen hundred then the whole sky should appear to be super bright all the time but it isn't and we know now oh boy Neil said the universe is an infinitely big. Neither is infinitely old. So why does that change the brightness of the Scott. What do you know about our universe and how long it's been around thirteen point five billion years like thirteen eighteen point six now close about thirteen point eight yeah so we know that our universe had a beginning and you know what that beginning was. Big Bang Bang release more just a very wet inflation just went really big. There was no big explosion or anything this kind of inflated like a balloon very quickly yeah. That's a really good analogy actually to to visualize the expansion space time one really good thing you can do is take a balloon and put a bunch of dots on it and then blow up the balloon start to cities. You put more air into it. Got Sort of what's happening is based on things are moving further and further away from one another but this is important in the context of understanding the answer to overs paradox because is what this means is that things haven't always been the way they look right now. The speed of light is fixed and what that means. Is that if we look look far enough away. What we're effectively doing is looking back in time in that way? Telescopes can actually be time machines because the most distant stars light in the universe hasn't had time to actually travel through space because it's been expanding to actually reach us the speed of light is three hundred thousand kilometers a second so the light from Jupiter takes thirty minutes to reach us here on earth so when we see it we're seeing Jupiter as thirty minutes ago and then there's Leiden University that is thirteen point eight billion light years away. This is the stuff made in the Big Bang guys so we can't see yet because we're not not that old yet. Maybe by the time high school be seeing light from a random star that I can't see today because it'll finally beginning to my eyes this but also maybe not 'cause well as the space time continue balloon just inflates inflates further. It'll just take even even longer for that light to reach your eyes.

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How to Find Starlink Satellites

SPACE NEWS POD

04:01 min | 3 years ago

How to Find Starlink Satellites

"You can find the Starling satellites anybody can find these Starling satellites and it's relatively easy. There's a website called kale sky. C. A L, S K, Y dot com. You have to go to this website. And here's the instructions of a Stewart really quick for you, because I think it's important that everybody gets to see these things before they raise up a little bit. They're going to they're going to move up a little bit. So you won't be able to see them. Without some sort of either telescope inoculate or something like that. So right now, you can see with the naked eye, and you can do this on a website called kale sky. C A, L, S K, Y dot com. I'll have this all in the show notes. So once you listen to this episode, you could go down below and check it out. So here we go. Go to kill sky dot com. And then you go to section setting your location. You can set your location, and I'm going to link that of course in the show notes. Then you click on satellites, then you click on sat library. And then select the duration at the top of the page for the amount of time you would like to see future fly bys, it's usually about a week, you can do it for a month or whatever you want, whatever you want. It's up to you. And then there's a box you have to fill in. For what kind of said like you want to search for so type in Starlink click on citing opportunities in Tijuana bookmark this page because this is something you want to go back to over and over again. So you can see these satellites, whenever you want to. And then he what to click on the following boxes. Show satellite passes and satellite must be illuminated. It's important if satellites be eliminated, because that's the only way that you can't see the satellites with your naked eye, of course. So go back up to the top of the page, click go. And then it'll refresh then this is the part. You'll see a list of the upcoming passes of the Starlight or startling constellation. If you scroll down. So is the format. It's a twenty four hour format. So something like to like, let's see twenty one hundred hours. It's nine o'clock. PM. So and you can switch it to the twelve hour format. So it's easier on you. But on the twenty four hour format seems to be working pretty well. And then you look down to there's like a little map with a compass. And you'll see where the satellites will enter your vision. Mine tonight. Enter in the south west region. In the shoots up to the northeast. So I'm going to be looking at ten o'clock tonight in the southwest region of the sky have a compass on my phone. I just look through the southwest. I know where it is anyway, but I wanna make sure so look at my compass. And then I looked for the startling satellites that is if it stops raining, because that will be annoying, and I won't be able to see the plane, but I have a whole week listed off on this website that I can check them out, and it's going to happen, like every, you know, every time that I wanna see them I could go back to this website because I bookmark that page. So it starts in the south west and then it ends in the northeast. So it'll come right overhead, and I could watch them as go across the night

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"starlight" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"starlight" Discussed on AP News

"Starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive. The moon. Tickling the ivories. He just saved. By bundling home and auto progressive gonna finally by a ring for that gal of yours Hugo send him my condolences. Nice to intrigued. In my. Thank you. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Discounts not available in all states or situations. Thank you. For listening to the AP radio network. News on the go, try the AP mobile app. Get breaking US international news from the world's most trusted news source stories for more than eight hundred local media companies choose to see the content of interest to most whether it's sports scores. Entertainment highlights global news or the latest from your hometown eighteen mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on an Android. You're listening to the AP digital news network. Switzerland's central Bank has unveiled a redesigned version of its one thousand Frank note. The Swiss National Bank said on Tuesday, the overhauled version of its highest denomination Bill is smaller and easier to handle than its predecessor while featuring what it calls complex security features the thousand Frank note is a long-standing tradition in cash friendly, Switzerland, still the country's approach contrasts with that of the European Central Bank decided in two thousand sixteen to discontinue the five hundred euro note over concerns it had become too popular among money, launderers and other criminals, the new Swiss note, featuring a handshake on one side and the Swiss parliament on the other we'll go into circulation starting March thirteenth. Several new electric vehicles debuting of the Geneva international motor show in Switzerland. With comic is hoping to transform the industry. Volvo showcasing a battery powered compact car. Volkswagen.

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Amtrak train with 183 on board stranded in snow

Steve Cochran

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Amtrak train with 183 on board stranded in snow

"And an Amtrak train you still stranded in Oregon since hitting a fallen tree on Sunday. The coast Starlight train was on its way from Seattle to Los Angeles. When it hit the tree winter storm made conditions even worse and more fallen trees blocked the tracks. Now, one hundred eighty three passengers and crew are waiting on board near the town of oakridge hoping for conditions to improve or a rescue of which perhaps have been made apparently for that. Amtrak says it's working with Union Pacific to try to get the tracks cleared and

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Legacy of NASA's Kepler Space Telescope: More Planets Than Stars

BBC Newshour

04:21 min | 3 years ago

Legacy of NASA's Kepler Space Telescope: More Planets Than Stars

"Are we alone in the universe? It's the big question for astronomers for life at least life, as we know it to exist. It would need a home like ours. A temperate rookie planet not too close to its star. But not too far either much of the work searching for other planets has been done by Nassar's Keppler telescope, which was launched back in two thousand nine it's final image was taken in September last year. But the space agency has just released now professor Carol has well as head of astronomy, the open university here in the UK, absolutely superb. I mean, it's been absolutely ground breaking mission from the point of view of on knowledge of planets in our galaxy. So we now know of about four thousand exa planets in total and about two thousand seven hundred of those were discovered by Kepler. So it's it's found more than half of them. And it's been able to measure their sides, very very precisely. And because it's found. And so many it means that we have enough numbers to be able to do some statistics. And learn about how many planets of various types there are in our galaxy. So it's been just an incredible mission. That's really transformed on knowledge of planets in our own galaxy and just remind us what's next planet. An exit planet is a planet which doesn't orbit around the sun. But instead orbits around another star. And so how many of those if we know that look like they might be similar to earth. Well, this is where Kepler hasn't answered the question yet because the wake Kepler works is. It's measuring the brightness of about one hundred and fifty thousand stars every thirty minutes, and if the star has a planet that actually passes across the face of the star from our point of view that will block a fraction of the Starlight. So Keppler detects plan. Senate that transit Catholic can only tell us about the particular fraction of planets that happened to be lined up from our point of view. And if you think about it, the closer, you are to the star, you're orbiting the more likely you are to sort of block somebody's view of the star. So capital tells us a lot about the planets orbiting very close to their stars that a heart. It doesn't tell us very much about cool stars like the earth because the chances of those being lined up is very very small. How did it maintain a fix point? Because I think that's what it's done, isn't it? It's just look at something for a long time to see any changes. How did it do that? If it's constantly in orbit. It's got gyroscopes that allow it to point. So it's it's pointing at a particular patch of sky and just fixing on that patch of sky. So the main Kepler mission it looked at the same hundred and fifty thousand stars for. For years and collected measurements of their brightness every thirty minutes, and then what happened to few years ago was the gyroscopes enable the telescope two point one of those failed. And so the mission could no longer maintain that stable steady pointing at one position in the sky. So since then it's actually been looking at different parts of the sky for much shorter period. But the basic point is there are lots of planets out there, and I suppose by the laws of probability that may well be quite a few that are like ours. Had what's the next step? How do we go out assessing what those planets look like, and what they're made of the thing about Kepler is most of the stars. It was studying a quite faint and quite far from our own sun. So the next step really is to study. The nearby stars the ones that look brighter from our point of view because they're closer to us. And obviously, astronomers work with light. And the bright of the star is than the better data. We can get so to actually start knowing what planet are made of we really want to find examples like the ones capitalist found but orbiting stars that are closer to the sun was professor Carol has well of the university on capless

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How astronomers are using starlight to study dark matter

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:33 min | 3 years ago

How astronomers are using starlight to study dark matter

President Trump, Boeing and Manafort discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:50 min | 4 years ago

President Trump, Boeing and Manafort discussed on 24 Hour News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars an income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad, Dave reports. Federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's former, campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the table. For what we, expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is mayor Ford's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump. Campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort. Is on trial and charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of his. Life one suspect is data. Second, has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in a tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people with. Guns near the school got into an exchange of. Gunfire with four people one was killed another one Wounded the, third arrested a fourth is still on the run I'm Tim. Maguire Google said, to be working on a mobile version of its search engine that will comply with strict censorship controls in China several media outlets say. The work's been going. On since the spring of twenty seventeen and was stepped up in December the intercept says, Google created a custom Android app that will automatically filter out sites blocked by China's so-called great firewall Google did not respond. To a request. For comment Nastas assigned astronauts to. SpaceX and Boeing test flights the. Five astronauts will ride the first commercial capsules into orbit next, year and bring human launches back to the US SpaceX and Boeing are planning for test flights. Of their capsules to the international space station by the end of this year or early next the first crews are expected to fly from Cape Canaveral Florida by next spring or summer Boeing's first. Star liner cruel, include former NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson who. Commanded the last. Shuttle flight in twenty eleven and is now a Boeing employee the four other commercial crew members are still with naphtha Rosie. O'Donnell and cast members from some of Broadway's biggest musicals plan to protest outside the White House Monday the group plans. To serenade President, Trump with songs like the people song from Les Miserables idols and clay jugs shelved behind a false. Wall in their Quincy home contractor uncovered the hidden Compartment while working in the basement. In July after the couple had moved in from Connecticut some of the fifty six bottles still contain. Liquid the Sutherland says appears to include beer and moonshine and, that now give off of vinegary smell the head of the Quincy historical society says it's still. Too, soon to know how long the bottles were hidden Quincy banned alcohol sales in eighteen eighty amid the temperance movement the house was built in one thousand nine hundred ten Starlight lounge presents Progressive box oh, what a great audience Tim.

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Trump blasts Cohen over tape disclosure

24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Trump blasts Cohen over tape disclosure

"York at. April the draft dot com President. Trump is lashing out on social media AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports he's. Not happy with his former personal lawyer Michael. Cohen after the release of a secret recording between the pair, recording may two months. Before, the, two thousand sixteen election. Shows, Trump and Coen, discussing potentially, paying for a former playboy model story, of an alleged affair with Trump it appears to contradict the Trump campaign's insistence that he knew nothing of payments to keep Karen McDougal story secret and both sides agreed no payments were actually. Made the president this morning tweets what kind of, lawyer would tape client so sad Cohen's lawyer released. The recording to CNN upping the feud between Trump and Cohen his longtime self proclaimed, fixer saga megani Washington Starlight lounge.

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Abc, Todd Ant and Diane discussed on Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

01:29 min | 4 years ago

Abc, Todd Ant and Diane discussed on Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

"The texas school shooting made his initial court appearance friday night abc's chief national affairs correspondent tom yomas tells us what we know so far about the suspect authorities say he kept extensive journals not only did he want to commit the shooting but he wanted to commit suicide after the shooting police say he used to guns a shotgun and a thirty eight revolver they belong to his father but they have no theories yet on what drove him to open fire on his classmates several vigils were held friday night at different locations around santa fe clayton county public schools chief of police thomas trawick says they are investigating a deadly shooting friday night after a high school graduation where two people were shot one died the graduation had concluded and the parties gathered an argument ensued and that led to done shots me planet clayton county police said it was unclear who the shooter was or if that person is among the injured todd ant abc news every so often there's a reason to go to the movies book club has four beautiful friend diane keep jane fonda candice bergen and berry steve urge i am not gonna let us become those people who stop living before they stop living let me introduce you for christian critics are calling book club hilarious certainly sounds like a four star delight a must see comedy of the summer happy reading ladies book club directed by bill holder men now in feeders made it be g thirteen maybe inappropriate for children under thirteen the starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box.

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Heather Locklear charged with battery against first responders

Glenn Beck

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Heather Locklear charged with battery against first responders

"Heather locklear has been charged with several counts of battery against first responders who answered a domestic violence call at her southern california home last month the fifty six year old melrose place actress was charged with four misdemeanor counts of battery on an officer or emergency personnel and one misdemeanor count of resisting or obstructing an officer locklear's representatives did not immediately reply to requests for comment she scheduled for an arraignment tuesday in ventura county superior court i'm mike cremedas geographic is calling gets past coverage of the world racist and says it will work to ensure a more comprehensive picture in the future the magazine is devoting gets april issue to race and editor in chief susan goldberg says the publication had to own its own story to move beyond it national geographic magazine published its first issue back in eighteen eighty eight i'm barbara kusak the starlight lounge presents an evening with progressive box oh what a great art let stem the lights for this next one too much there it is got to get things just right like progressives name your price tool tell us what you want to pay and we help you find coverage options to fit your budget and now the is right wait the lights are back on again judy can you and now.

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