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THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"sun center" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
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Two large banks that cater to the tech industry have collapsed after a bank run with government agencies taking emergency measures to backstop the financial system. U.S. regulators close the Silicon Valley bank on Friday after depositors rushed to withdraw their funds all at once. It was the second largest bank failure in U.S. history behind only the 2008 failure of Washington mutual. New York based signature bank also collapsed in the third largest failure. European bank HSBC stepped in to buy the UK arm of Silicon Valley bank for just one pound. But investors confidence has been shaken, causing shares to plummet at several regional American banks. Speaking from The White House, the president said he would seek to hold those responsible accountable. And he pressed for better oversight and regulation of larger banks. He promised that no losses would be borne by taxpayers. We must get the full accounting of what happened, he said. Americans can have confidence that the banking system is safe. It's prompted fears of a broader upheaval with regulators offering emergency loans to banks to stave off additional failures. Despite the message from The White House, investors continued to dump shares in bank stocks. Shares of first republic bank plunged more than 70%, even after the bank said it was accessing emergency funding from the Federal Reserve, as well as additional funds from JPMorgan Chase. The treasury has set aside $25 billion to offset any losses incurred, but fed officials said they do not expect to have to use any of that money, given that the securities posted as collateral have a very low risk of default. The Biden administration has said its approving the major willow oil project on Alaska's petroleum rich north slope, one of president Joe Biden's most consequential climate choices. The move has drawn condemnation from environmentalists who say it flies in the face of the democratic president's pledges. The announcement comes the day after the administration in a big move towards conservation, said it would bar or limit drilling in some other areas of Alaska and the Arctic Ocean. Mister Biden's willow plan would allow three drill sites initially, which project developer ConocoPhillips had said would include around 219 wells. Climate activists have been outraged that mister Biden appeared open to green lighting the project, which they said put his climate legacy at risk. Allowing the oil company to move forward with the drilling plan would also break mister Biden's campaign promise to stop new oil drilling on public lands. The administration's decision is not likely to be the last word, with litigation expected from environmental groups. The intensity of extreme drought and rainfall has sharply increased over the past 20 years, according to a study. These are not merely tough weather events, they are leading to extremes such as crop failure, infrastructure damage, and even humanitarian crisis and conflict, according to the research published in the journal nature water. The big picture on water comes from data from a pair of satellites, known as grace, short for gravity recovery and climate experiment that we used to measure changes in Earth's water storage. The sum of all the water on and in the land, including groundwater, surface water, ice and snow. The researchers say the data confirms that both frequency and intensity of rainfall and droughts are increasing due to burning fossil fuels and other human activity that releases greenhouse gases. I was surprised to see how well correlated the global intensity was with global mean temperatures, said Matthew rodel, study author and deputy director of earth sciences for hydrosphere biosphere and geophysics at NASA Goddard space flight center. The strong link between these climate extremes and rising global average temperatures means continued global warming will mean more drought and rainstorms that are worse by many measures. More frequent, more severe, longer and larger. The research found a drastic swing between extreme drought and unprecedented flooding, dubbed weather whiplash is becoming common in some regions. Water stress is expected to significantly affect poor, disenfranchised communities, as well as ecosystems that have been underfunded and exploited. You can subscribe to the 5 minute news Patreon for bonus videos, commentary and more go to Patreon dot com slash 5 minute news. Mad magazine. Advertising mascots. Bee movie posters, and cartoons. If you get the funky connection that ties these pop culture gems together, you'll dig two designers walk into a bar. See, we're a couple of creatively curious pals living between the bookends of grand museums and dive bars. 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Suns hold on to win 115-105, Lakers' Beverley ejected
"Devin Booker and Mikhail bridges each scored 25 points to lead the suns to a one 15 one O 5 victory over the Lakers. Dwayne Washington added 15 points off the bench to shut down a late LA rally and give the suns their 5th consecutive regular season victory over the Lakers. Putting in the work, you know, and believing in yourself and when you put in a lot of work, you know, that's where confidence comes from. So, you know, I have confidence in myself, team has confidence in me, players got confidence in me. So just keep getting better. Anthony Davis led all scorers with 37 Patrick Beverly ejected late in the game for shoving sun center, Deandre ayton. George Tanner, Phoenix
"sun center" Discussed on WTOP
"Red. And a three 15, let's go to Steve dresner. And Sean, good afternoon. It's going to be very busy up at flushing Meadows, New York, tonight, Serena Williams, will pair up with her sister Venus for a doubles match at the art area stadium cord should be getting underway around 7 o'clock and if you're not familiar with that part of the queens, the tennis complex here is the same parking areas with Citi Field in tonight, the mets will be hosting the Dodgers. Cling kirsch on the mound for Los Angeles doesn't help things. Staying in the national league about 25 minutes away is the natural wrap up there are 6 game home stand hosting Oakland palette was spinning on the mound, Owen 6, 4.35 ERA for the nets. American League action owes clothes out there are series in Cleveland just after 6 o'clock, they continue to flirt with that third and final wild card spot. Now two games behind Toronto. Gotta love this next story. Pro basketball news. Connecticut sun center Brianna Jones has been named recipient of the WNBA 6 player award and has been named player of the year for this 6 player award. After overcoming a torn ACL injury and later playing college bullet, Maryland, if you remember Jones was drafted by the Connecticut sun and this season, she came off the bench to average just under 14 points and 5 rebounds during the regular season. Some are in the middle of the WNBA playoffs taking on the Chicago sky, a recent tweet today from turp site coach, Brenda freeze. Certainly said it best. Quote, it's really kind of a poetic justice. Steve dresner, WTO sports. All right. Top stories were following for you this afternoon on WTO P great news for travelers hitting the road this Labor Day weekend, gas prices keep dropping. The entire region is seeing an average of less than $4 a gallon, you'll remember back in mid June, prices hit their peak at around $5 a gallon. No ruling yet after a hearing ended in West Palm Beach, Florida regarding former president Trump's request for a special master to review documents sees from his home by the FBI, mister Trump's lawyer say it's needed for fairness, DoJ says it would further hinder national security. The judge did say she'll release a written statement in due course. A prime time address to the nation tonight from President Biden, he will be in Philadelphia, discussing what he calls a battle for the soul of the nation and threats to our democracy, the speech starts at 8 this evening before an invitation only crowd. You can watch live at WTO dot com and stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. It took 6 years, but now a murderer is being held accountable. That's what the Commonwealth's attorney for fairfax county is saying of a jury's guilty verdict in the case from back in 2016. Talking about the family of 22 year old Cadiz seminar, the victim's family
"sun center" Discussed on WGN Radio
"W M AL. Making sense of the news. All right, so listen to this headline right here. This is a doozy, if I've ever heard one, judge grant's accused capitol rioters request to attend the Pennsylvania renaissance fair, while on house arrest, Riley Williams 25 years old of Harrisburg will be allowed to attend the mannheim event for 8 hours on Sunday while on house arrest according to U.S. district judge that ruling came out earlier today. It seems. Now, what's interesting here, what I find interesting is that there's always been debate over what goes on at the renaissance fair. Obviously, people know what happens, but was Shakespeare, a renaissance person, or was he a medieval person, being that he was born towards the end of the renaissance period, and it was kind of just at its peak in England. So he was one of the first to bring the renaissance core values to theater, but he still kind of widely regarded as medieval and whatnot. So I don't know, the jury is out. And we're going to get to your calls. I promise. 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. Let us go to Robert in South Carolina, Robert, welcome, you're on with rich Valdez. Oh, hello, mister Valdez. I just wanted to say that I lived in Europe about half of my adult life and my father's German, so I got to go to Germany quite a while from in Germany. I had a good friend over there who came over to America, you know, and so how we do things over here. And he was joking around and he couldn't believe that men and women don't go in the same shower room and don't take their clothes off in front of each other like because in Europe, they have their own saunas. And there are other two like, for example, you know, my mom was big in acting in theater and that kind of thing. She liked that kind of a thing. And I remember learning a lot about the theater under my mom's tutelage. And if I remember correctly, I think in old days, men would play women's parts and in the very old days, women weren't even in the theater, men play all the women's parts back in Shakespeare time if I remember correctly. And as far as armies are concerned, they say that some of the best armies in the ancient times were actually armies that were usually two gay guys fighting together to defend each other's lives with the best combination because they didn't have to worry about their wife and kids. Well, they would crawl over glass to save their partner. I think you see that loyalty with straight people too. But I know in modern day corporate America, there's there's been a push to hire gay men because many of them don't get married and many of them don't have children. And because of that, it makes them that much more reliable as an employee, at least this was what I was told by a company that kind of trended towards hiring gay men. It was a computer company out of New York. But interesting, your point, what I found interesting about your point was that and believe in Japan and maybe it wasn't Japan, but I think it is Japan where yeah, same thing, many of the actors are male and they'll play the female role. And this is part of their tradition of theater because they feel that that's what acting is all about and whoever can play the role best. And so in my brain, it kind of brings me to being younger and watching Robin Williams dominate as it misses doubtfire. You know, where this was just to me an excellent excellent acting, not because he was playing a woman but because he was playing a Scottish woman and he did it really, really well. So I appreciate your point at point while taking thank you very much. I appreciate that. Let us continue our trek across America from South Carolina to Ohio. Let's go to Paul. Hey, Paul, you're on with rich Valdez. Welcome. Good evening rich Valdez with an S yes, I had a MRI done. A year or two ago. They put headphones on me. Being music while I went through it and some goggles. So my experience wasn't too bad, but I'm just a small guy. So I wasn't too bad. But here is of late, I've been having a lot of pain in my right man booth for the lack of a better word. And I went and got one of those, yeah. I went and got one of those echocardiograms. They gave me an EKG in the doctor's office and then she said, I think you ought to go up to the what they call the sun center up here, I forget. But anyway, they did that and you know she put that liquid stuff on me and everything and checked all around from my heart checked out okay. Now I've got to go get a mammogram. Yeah. So now I gotta go get a mammogram. Yeah, because, you know, rich, it's been like four years. It's been hurting me, but here is of late, it's been hurting me really, really bad. So I hope it works out for you. I've never been through that, so I don't have any advice other than listen to your doctor and do what they tell you to do because, you know, you never know. You never know and you want to be careful out there. Thank you, Paul. I appreciate it. There's more to come straight ahead. We're going to get to the rest of your calls. We're going to go to Missouri, we're going to go to New York, and anybody else that's calling in before we wrap this thing up. Plus, I'm promise I'm now going to tell you what the national security threat with the Janet Jackson song is. As soon as we come back, I'm rich valve is in for bohannon. A football fans, Patrick
Lakers Nation Podcast
"sun center" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"Indeed. That is a tough one. There is a job. Well, and it's because of the skill sets that you already have on the roster. Again, let's assume that LeBron and AD both stay. Well, depending on who the coach is. Maybe it's quin Snyder. But Anthony Davis may or may not be the center most of the time. So do you target a center knowing that most if AD is healthy and then I go, that's a big if. But they're only playing 15 minutes a night, maybe, or do you target a point guard, but at the same time, let's face it, regardless of what position LeBron is on the offensive end of the floor, he acts quite a bit as the point guard. So that's tough. I guess cheating answer would be whichever one can be a three and D style switchy defender, the best. And obviously you don't find that a lot at the center position. But if you could find somebody who's got the ability to rotate out that can protect the rim a little bit, they can shoot. I'd be okay with putting money in there. I'd also be okay with putting in money into a highly efficient point guard. Who can also be a switchy defender. So a bigger point guard, then kind of like a Ron Harper mold if we go back in time a little bit. Bigger guy, they can switch out onto multiple players, something like that from the point guard position. I guess if I have to answer it, I'll say center because I'd like to take some of those minutes off of Anthony Davis, and I think the team does need another big that they can truly fall back on. And I do think that their path to success has primarily been LeBron James having the ball in his hands as much as possible. It's funny because I think I'm actually gonna go a point going. Oh, good. Okay, great. Yes, no, and I just think it's because this team has looked good when they've had more shooters out there. I think any kind of stretch big or 5 is going to cost them more than what they can afford. So I think being able to find guards on the cheap who can space the floor a little bit, handle the bulb is some of the playmaking burden off of LeBron. We've seen DJ augustin do it this off season. Maybe he's the guy the Lakers go back to. Who knows? But I think that type of molder player is a lot easier to find. And I think that will work a lot better next to LeBron and AD because let's face it too. I think whoever the coach is next season is going to probably commit more to a small ball lineup. I think Anthony Davis is a full-time 5. Personally. So and I also think that finding centers serviceable centers is a lot easier on veteran minimums. We've seen it with JaVale McGee, bismack biombo. I just named the two sun centers. But that's my point, right? Is that you can find centers kind of on the bargain bin. So if you're going to allocate more resources, whatever if it has to come through picks, more money, whatever. I think it'd be best going to a guard. All right, fair enough. Do you think Anthony Davis holds up? If he's playing center? Do you think that's a factor in his injuries?.
TIME's Top Stories
"sun center" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"For market updates from the SoFi daily podcast. What to know about WNBA star Brittany greiner's detention in Russia. By Josiah Bates. WNBA star Brittany griner is reportedly being held by Russian authorities. After they allegedly found hashish oil on her while she was attempting to leave the country. At a moment when the world's eyes are on Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the basketball players arrest has been surrounded by an extra layer of tension. Griner a member of the Phoenix mercury was playing professionally in Russia during the WNBA's off season. Griner is a 7 time all star with the mercury, and won a championship with the team in 2014. She's also a two time Olympic gold medalist, and won a national championship at Baylor university. As the Russia Ukraine conflict continued on March 5th, the State Department urged all U.S. citizens in the country to leave, and also issued a do not travel advisory for the country. Here's what to know about the arrest. Griner has spent the last 7 off seasons playing in Russia, her last game this season was on January 29th. And that there was nothing unusual about grinders situation, griner was one of a handful in Russia specifically. And a lot of situations, they're paid more overseas than they are in the United States. Griner, for example, made $227,900 a year playing in the WNBA, but in Russia, she was reportedly paid over $1 million a year. Other WNBA players to have competed in Russia during the off season include Seattle storm forward, breanna Stewart, Phoenix mercury guard, Diana taurasi, and Connecticut sun center Jean quill Jones, on Saturday, The New York Times reported that Russian officials had griner and custody after they found a vape pen with hashish oil in her luggage as she was going through security at the Shar airport in Moscow, a video released by the Russian federal customs service appears to show grinder going through security. The precise date of her arrest is not publicly known. Grinder's agent did not respond to a request for comment. We are aware of the situation with Brittany griner in Russia, and are in close contact with her, her legal representation in Russia, her family, her teams, and the WNBA and NBA. Lindsay kagawa Cola, her agent, said earlier in a statement reported by The Associated Press, as this is an ongoing legal matter, we are not able to comment further on the specifics of her case, but can confirm that, as we work to get her home, her mental and physical health remain our primary concern. On Saturday, the Phoenix mercury, USA basketball, and the WNBA, all put out statements in support of griner. In a separate statement, the WNBA's player association said they'll continue to closely monitor the situation. Our utmost concern is Britney greiner's safety and well-being, the WNBA said. Grinder's wife, Cheryl grinder, posted a photo on Instagram on Saturday, thanking people for their support. She posted another photo on Monday, expressing sorrow for not seeing, or hearing from grinder. I miss your voice, I miss your presence, Cheryl greiner, said in a post. There are no words to express this pain. I'm hurting. We're hurting. According to the times, a criminal case has been opened against griner because of large scale transportation of drugs. She could face up to ten years in prison. It's unclear where she is currently being held or what the next steps in the process are. A petition has started online called secure Britney greiner's swift and safe return to the U.S.. On the surface, grinders detention appears to have little to do with the conflict in Ukraine. Drugs are one of the most common reasons why U.S. citizens are detained when traveling internationally. However, the level of tension and concern about the treatment of an American in Russia at this moment remains high..
Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"sun center" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Child. Thank as a child reason as a child. When i became a man i put aside childish things at present we see indistinctly as an amir but then face to face at present i know partially then i shall know fully is i am fully known so faith hope and love. Remain these three but the greatest of these is love. Hello my name is deacon almighty addidas. And i want to ask you to support discerning hearts in a special way. We chris mcgregor the board. My all know not everyone listening can help financially. We know we have listeners. From all parts of the world and we have made a commitment since the beginning to make the truth shared through discerning hearts totally free so while you may not be able to contribute financially which you can do is certainly pray but also gives us positive reviews on whatever platform you used to listen to us titans android stitcher spotify however it is that you get these podcasts. Or if you're on youtube and you like our videos please give us a good rating and write a review. The more good ratings and reviews we get. The higher profile in the more listeners will discover us listeners who may have the means to contribute in the future please consider rating us in writing a positive review today a prayer of saint ignatius of loyola take lord and receive all my liberty my memory my understanding and my entire will all that i have and call my you have given all to me to you. Lord i return it. Everything is yours. Do with it what you will give me only your love and your grace. That is enough for me. Did you know that discerning hearts has a free app. And what you can find. All your favorite discerning hearts programming. Father timothy gallagher dr anthony. Lula's beacon james keating mike aquilina dr matthew bunsen and so many more are found on the discerning hearts free app. Did you also know that you can stream discerning hearts programming on numerous streaming platforms. Such as apple podcast. Google play iheart radio pandora spotify stitcher tune in and so many more. And did you know that discerning hearts also has the youtube page. Be sure to check out all these different places where you can find discerning hearts we now return to building the kingdom of love monsignor jonathan today as he looks at us and e we hear these words fascinating story about peter and brian. I went to their home. Forty five years ago and peter was the youngest of nine children at that time and when i win i a numerator all of the names of the family that we're having their home enthroned when i was talking to brian and he was recalling the enthronement. He said you know. When after i was born they all thought for she has nine children. What's here he came brian. The tense child now. Peter was not the youngest. But peter was going to have a brother who came along and who had a perfect match for him and his blood is the blood. This going to be used to save his life here. We are after all these years of suffering and all the prophets and the law and we all under the weight of our sin. But we are going to have a messiah and he is going to come and two thousand fifteen years ago after all of the anguish of the sons and daughters of mankind. The sun center orders of eve. Mary has son and his name is jesus here. Brian came along as the ten child in this family and he was such an example for me up how we must vowed your jesus who came along as the son of berry and the son of god. But do you hear him. Say to james and john and you. Can you be baptized with the baptism. With which i am baptized. Do you see fellow christian who you are. Do you know the kingdom that has been established for you. Do you see the love that jesus has given you through his blood through his death through his suffering. You are in him and have been baptized into him. As he suffered and died and rose from the dead he has united us with him in his baptism. And as you take the water this morning and so often we don't realize the love that is in him for us as we tip it in the font and we bless ourselves in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit. Can you be baptized with the baptism. With which i am baptized. Do you know who you are. Because of jesus do you know how he has redeemed you. I have come for the ransom of many because of him i have been saved and ransomed by jesus. Can you drink the cup with which i have offered that. I have drunk when you take the cup today at mass the blood of christ and you drink the cup. It's in his blood. That blood that flows through you that is in you. Buy your baptism and increased in you by the eucharist. I'll precious and powerful. Is that eucharist that you have received. Can you drink the cup. I'm streak or be baptized with the baptism with which. I am.
"sun center" Discussed on Self-Coaching
"Inner orbit planets that circle our son in they are mercury and venus now. Mercury is the closest to the sun. Just imagine that we are the sun center so mercury is that innermost orbit our innermost friendships. These are people that would die for us. He's our family. Are blood relatives. Friends that have exceeded all expectations and are just their spouse a lifelong friend so mercury and venus this is where they are populated by those who we feel will be enduring throughout and through thick infants account. So that's mercury venus orbit people who really love us so then we move down to earth. That's the third planet from the sun. These are close people. These are good good friends. You know people you know we kind of go along with in life in hold close to us but did not always there for us. Do you have any friends like that. Where you kind of the are people who come in. That was slate expectation that they're probably going to be there. But you know what i mean. Yeah yeah they're there and those friends stupid be like the fun friends that are around for good times that you don't necessarily rely on them for the difficult times good friend. And then we start to leave the third orbit and we head out to mars and jupiter down dedham. Dumb amores is the worry of planets now because of that red tint to mars dividend. Look up the sky and seymour's yes you see the oranges in. Yes i tomorrow. Being the warriors planet. This is the fourth planet from the sun. so now we're starting to get further and further away from those intimate circles and from mars these would be people that occasionally not only led us down a little bit but occasionally can hurt us a bit so we get into more of the nefarious stuff. But this is minimal. It doesn't happen often just enough to get you a little bit curious. And then jupiter. Jupiter the fifth planet from the sun and jupiter's the largest if she jupiter nice ratings but jupiter's is big so let's think of jupiter as kind of an inflated person. Someone that's kind of egotistical in Their friends and their decent friends but their own ego kinda gets in the way given meet anyone like that. That's an egotistical friends. But i'm trying to decide if those people are. My friends are a kind of far removed absorb. Yeah i feel like by the fest. Orbit leaker talking about acquaintance. But that's a good point because the more stupid that bhai that far out these are people that are kind of on that fence you know. Wish sometimes questioning their their you know fidelity and loyalty sometimes we're disappoint- the of these people. That would question but could they also be people that are not necessarily as close to generally like. I'm thinking of some people from different classes. That i take like gym classes for instance. I see them often. And i don't know that they're egotistical but it's like i don't really expect anything from them but i still have them as like people in my lice. Point is a great point. But i i guess i guess i'm talking about people that we have relationships with not acquaintances distinction what we're talking about. Today's relationships versus acquaintance and acquaintances. We really don't know we don't have enough data. They might be good. People might be bad people but we're not really hanging around. That much to find out so acquaintances could become good friends or they might just stay acquaintances or just extinguish at some point. Got got it okay. So now we go to the furthest planets saturn uranus in tune the outer planets notice. I didn't put pluto in their distress on a planet anymore. It's very sad but it's been. It's been demoted. It's not considered a planet. The a lot of people fighting to bring poodle back in the fold. I think are really trivial. Site fatty having right now. All right okay. Back to our or the saturn uranus and neptune. These are the dangerous people. These are the toxic people and from saturn. We go to more toxicity to uranus uranus more toxicity to neptune neptune by the way that's the furthest planet out these are people left really do hurt us and probably want to hurt us. That's why their orbits are so far out in you know so saturn uranus neptune. Those are the people that do hurt us in. It's questionable whether or not they heard us intention. And so so i know you're sitting there saying but why would we wanna keep saturn uranus and people in our in our lives i watch. Aren't you thinking that. Tell me tell me was stupid. I mean have you ever had that experience where you know someone is bad for you but be the because of history or the circumstances you just you make that phone call in but sometimes we we just don't want to let go of relationships for various reasons do not healthy so being serious said that were stupid mentally. Psychologically yeah put that in quotes. Psychological stupidity means allowing yourself to be unconscious in a willful way. I mean you know you're dealing with fire but you put your hand in the fire. But what if your expectations are clear. And it's you don't you can't get hurt by someone. If you have high expectations jumping ahead man see you getting it. You're getting the whole concept of orbits fall. I've had like twenty years to think about it since our charlie brown's experience When you are so with. I would ring the gong if i knew you wouldn't get upset but no i like you too. Now i know exclamation point lauren. Just hit the nail on head which i will explain in.
"sun center" Discussed on TechStuff
"The instruments aboard the atm accord a nasa document about how they achieved even greater precision quote this was accomplished with a solar pointing control system. Pcs the pcs sensed the suns center to a few tenths of a second of arc and sent error signals into the torque motors that controlled the rotational positions of the atm canister kimble's offset pointing in utah or in pitch by steps of one point. Two five seconds of arc up to twenty four minutes of arc could be introduced by counter rotating a pair of quartz wedges placed in these solar beam incident on the yaw solar sensor or a similar pair for pitch these solar sensors were one of the few items inherited from the eight. Oh oh oh okay In quote right there. So jonathan here. Here's a side note. The ao s o stands for advanced orbiting solar observatory. Which was a project that nasa had planned in the nineteen sixties but ultimately had scrap when it was clear that the tech wasn't really ready yet and the expense of the project would be way beyond nasa's budget. All right. let me get back to the quote control of offset pointing by rotating. The prisons was accomplished by the crewmen with his panel joystick digital indicators readout yaw and pitch to one second of arc and roll to one minute of arc end quote all right. That's really complicated. It gets really technical. But essentially what it's saying is that the system could correct for those motions and keep the canister relatively stable with regard to whatever it was aimed at so kind of like if you think of like stabilization technologies and digital cameras. Its in concept similar to that so much of the observational work done aboard skylab had to do with the sun with instruments taking multiple images of the sun at a specific wavelength of light these instruments are called spectra healy graphs and they produce a monochromatic image. So black and white image. So why would you focus. On a specific wavelength of light. Well it's one way to study. The various elemental components of a star as different materials will give off different wavelengths of light so by looking at which wave links are the most intense you can kind again idea of which elements are the most plentiful in something like a star like the sun on board. Skylab astronauts performed all sorts of scientific experiments including medical experiments and some designed by students back on earth the crew conducted some observations of earth which was quite an achievement because the planned experiments and instruments for that purpose had been part of the previously cancelled. Nasa project called the apollo applications mission. The history of nasa is one. That's filled with lots of projects that were meant to be but never came to fruition or were only partially developed before they were abandoned. And it's not always possible to salvage stuff from that. But in this case skylab was able to incorporate some of the plans for the apollo applications mission and incorporate some earth observation experiments with skylab in all the astronauts oversaw more than one hundred experiments ranging from using x ray and ultraviolet cameras and spectral graphs to stay the sun to measuring stuff like mineral loss in a human body due to an extended stay in microgravity some of the student projects included things like observing earth's atmosphere's ability to absorb radiant heat x ray emissions from jupiter and capillary action studies in a state of freefall while the collective time spin aboard skylab amounted to one hundred one days For all of the crewed missions..
"sun center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Becky Lynn. And Here's our top story. The Phoenix Suns run to the championship. Well, the Heat is rising in downtown Phoenix. And so are the sons. We have by 20 the whole game? Yeah, if not win by 20, even though he is live outside of Phoenix Suns Arena. Keita Ers Peter say more is managing to cool off Peter. How are you doing that? Well, believe it or not, Becky, I'm standing in front of a typhoon cooler. More on that In a moment. The line to get into the arena stretches from the front door to the distant corner of the Plaza 90 minutes before tip off is when fans finally start to get in. And sons fans like this one. He was trying to stay cool tool. He wants a strong performance from the Sun Center. I would love to see and step it up because he has the most pressure on his hand. He's the number one value pick DeAndre in. You know, he's right there. If you look behind us, he's on that picture, so we would like to see him step up up. And Eaton's backup plays out Chris Paul Devin Booker, other players. Three others actually finished with double digits and scoring in Game one. Look for more of that in Game two, and if they can keep up their speed against the bucks, they should be able to outrun them again. By the way, this typhoon cooler is a truck that's blowing out, uh, cold water. Actually, it's kind of a Mr Here. And Valley groups have been playing halftime during the playoffs. Lots of their music. And tonight will be no exception. Jimmy Eat World of Mesa will sing again tonight They'll be in the middle of it all live outside Phoenix Suns Arena, Peter. Same or Katie Air News. All right, thanks. Peter will stay close to that typhoon cooler, everybody If you're heading down that way. Sounds like the way to get cool for you Get on inside his starting next Thursday, many Arizona families will get up to $300. Per child per month via mail or direct deposit through the end of the year. This is thanks to the American rescue plan that was signed into law in March, expanding.
"sun center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Think to work around right now the first major storm of the season now churning near the Florida Keys. It's expected to make landfall near the Tampa area overnight. Lieutenant governor Jeanette Nunes says residents across the state need to be prepared right now we have tropical storm warnings for 22 counties along Florida's West Coast, and a Hurricane watch is now in effect for the Florida coast, stretching from Pinellas to Dixie in Massachusetts 11 members of a militia group who led an hours long standoff. By 95 outside Boston Saturday are appearing in court today on firearms and other charges. Police say the heavily armed men got out of their vehicles on a highway near Wakefield and fled into the woods. That group said to be part of the Moorish sovereign ideology. Police say none of the men had a license to carry firearms. Weekend ransomware attack has created a ripple effect worldwide. The ransomware attack launched over the July 4th weekend targeted Cassia, a software company that serves I T firms, which in turn handle back off his tech work for small businesses, as many as 1500 of them became victims. These are dentists, accountants restaurants, a supermarket chain in Sweden. There was never a threat to critical infrastructure in the United States, but the hackers believed to be Russia based demanded as much as $70 million to restore affected machine. ABC is Aaron Carter. Ski Today marks six months since the January 6th attacks, Authorities have arrested more than 500 suspects so far connected to the siege. You're listening to ABC News Arizona's new station news station, KTVK Our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the K to our news app. You're breaking news and traffic. Now it's 902. I'm Jeff Munn. Here's our top story about Phoenix Suns run to the championship Suns fans anxiously awaiting the team's first NBA Finals appearance in nearly three decades. Tonight, the team takes on the Milwaukee box. The big question being will bucks forward Yanis on Telecom Po play. Sun Center, DeAndre Ayton says Even if he does, he's ready for the matchup. Basically, just being the first man on defense, um,.
GSMC Sports Podcast
"sun center" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"What happened but one thing noticed The more the game went on was that The phoenix suns center. De'andre aden the rim as much as he was In the first quarter. And ona why this happened is it seemed like either sons as warren really given the ball or he really just wasn't being dominant. In my opinion it was a little bit of both. You know you're not you know stopping up at that point with after one quarter play aiden had ten points and when you look at what happened in the third quarter deondraye eight one three field Didn't shoot a three and shoot free. Throw only one rebound two points got gotta have a little bit more intensity coming out of the third quarter. I believe if you're in in. He's off the hook either. I mean chris. Paul and devon booker were pretty much no-show throughout this whole entire game and when you look at what happened in the third quarter devon booker to five from the field chris. Paul one three from the field poll only made one three pointer out of one attempt and devon booker denim. Make a single three pointer out of two temps but boettger got to the line two times and as a result i booker had six points but chris. Paul only had three ono when he just look down this line of scoring for this theme sons team in third quarter mikhail british three points jae crowder zero points the under eighteen two point. Seven booker t. Six points chris. Paul three points to cameron johnson. Five points and torrey craig with two points as well. Not a winning recipe In the playoffs if he asked me and when flipped the script when you look at the clipper side already sub paul. George terrace man. They both had ten points each zubec- four points reggie jackson. Four points Marks more senior three points. And luke. Kuhn ardsley point so really when you look at it. Paul jordan caravan were the only guys get going for the clippers in the third quarter but at the end of the day. Someone on the on the phoenix on. Just one person doesn't have to be a unit doesn't have to be group. All it takes is one person and one possession to change the momentum of the game and going into the fourth quarter. I really thought you know this was going to change and When you when you look at the tape and everything and how to fourth quarter. Kind of unraveled everything. The phoenix suns. Were able to kind of come back and cut this deficit down to six points to two possession game. But i'll know what happened. It just seemed like in a blink of an eye. The clippers really took control this game and they did in the fourth quarter. Thanks to reggie jackson. Since he had ten points in the fourth quarter that really mounted the momentum. Kind of killed some of the How you called the Drives runs for sons team and really kinda killed at it was Reggie jackson's quarter in the fourth quarter score. Ten points like i said for some the field fifty seven percent all In two or three from three point line a sixty six percent from there so When you look at it and you look at takeaways of this game give credit to tyron lou Great adjustments for game. Three now on came out with the different starts different story lineup with patrick. Beverley at point guard reggie jackson shooting guard. Paul george small for terrence mann at the four because zubac at the fives or usual starting lineup if outside of While or not playing is usually i believe Patrick beverley Reggie jackson paul george. But then i believe It goes marcus. Morris and dan sometimes nicholas but tomb at the five. And we're seeing you know Tyron lou at least in those first few series kind of go away from you know playing center for x. amount of minutes and instead they're go small but now since you have no john ray eight in the center of that construct the floor out you know. He can shoot three ball even though he really hasn't been during the playoffs. The all sorts of mid range shot so as a center. That's big if you can no the floors shoot so with that putting enough because zubac at the center position was on a great move by lu. I mean he had A a total free throw attempts into four in the first quarter made seven of them. So i think it was a great necessary adjustment. all in all You know Biden at the end of the day. The one thing. I'm gonna take away from this that Patrick beverley on booker Or putting patrick. Beverley on booker Made a game harder book. That is an end desserts. Give you a little stats Booker when guard by patrick beverley He has four fifteen from the field. Twenty six percent from the field and oh to the three point line and when booker's guarded by everyone else other than patrick beverley. he's nineteen forty one. The field forty six percent and five fifteen from three point line so it was clear that putting patrick beverley on them booker is something that is working. You know if any broke. Don't fix it now. I don't think tyrod lou is going to stop putting patrick beverley on booker anytime soon and this would be an interesting match like going forward you. I'm excited to see what devin booker has against. Patrick beverley on offense. He has a great game all in all. The patrick beverley definitely had his last game and It was clear that Tyron lou won his players to play more aggressive Four game three as a result of what happened with game two. Obviously everyone knows what happened with game two with the valley. Up jay crowder tossing game winning allieu pass to deondraye and for the win Without you know. I said with my miami heat Game one with a milwaukee bucks. I feel like the miami heat didn't come out with a aggressiveness that they needed In that instance. I feel like The clippers in this instance Took that game winner. And they thought they got blown out by thirty in that instance. They played game. Pre likes to dig it up by thirty and as a result they were able to win By phone a score of one oh six to ninety two and one more stat Talk about here as regained towards the end of the for segment. Paul george has had sixteen straight games. A twenty plus points. This is the longest streak in clippers history and the longest active streak and the nba. Currently all know. I know If we're not on twitter if you're not on social media whatnot. There seems to be a kind of joke around paul george. He called himself a playoff p A little bit ago when believe when he was on the thunder and as a result of that ever since then he has really been playing As grade as some people would think you would.
"sun center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Clinic now and put a stop to your e d 480535 1000. Arizona's Morning news. The Valley's only all news morning show. 6 24 81 degrees in Goodyear. I'm Jamie West and Sports are known as the Great equalizer. The thing that brings us all together and lifts us up for some is the miracle on ice or the 2001 World Series. For At least one Valley man is the 2021 Sons playoff team and the sons will move on to the Western Conference finals. David is a lifelong Suns fan from Glendale in this team is one of the things that kept him going during the pandemic. I run amusement machines and bars, and so my business was shut down, and it was difficult. But then the songs went in the bubble, and they went on it. Eight. No one and gave me hope and encouragement is the shop. True, David went on to tell our sister station 98 7 FM Arizona Sports Stations Sons postgame show on Tuesday the just as he was coming out of the pandemic. Tragedy struck again in April, I was involved in a fairly serious motorcycle accident involving the semi truck and I had an eight week battle and they ended up taking my right leg. But despite the turbulence and hardship the sons were always they're going through all this stuff. One of the great things was The sons were playing and I've been at Sun stand my whole life. And after Game two's last minute alley oop from Sun Center DeAndre Ayton David felt a relief that he hadn't in a long time. You're on your own basket counts, watching the game with my parents, and I'll tell you what. When, when eight and planned it down. There was the first time In months that I didn't feel pain in my leg, and I was just so excited and enjoyed the moment and now win or lose. All David wants is for this team to know Just how much this run really means. It's not just that gives you hope it changes your attitude. And it gives you an excitement to light one is all over and the crowd will let you know what happened. Taylor interrupt key to argue. And after hearing, uh After hearing David Story the son sent him a sign DeAndre eight in Jersey. Wow, past. So tour. It is 6 26. And now detour Dan from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center. Thank you, sir. Let's get to it. It's a pretty good looking Friday morning. We have a crash list that was cut in half. We're down to three surface street items is off.
"sun center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"News. The value rally as the Sun's continue to rally the valley around two of the Western Conference playoffs start tonight in downtown Phoenix is his son's hosted Denver Nuggets tonight at seven with complete coverage on 98 7 FM Arizona Sports Station As Suns fans pull their flags and their sons, T shirts out of storage and dust them off, what do we need to do to beat the Nugzar? Well, there's only so much we not so athletically talented can do. But what can the actual sons do? I think well, Denver Nuggets center nickel of the Yokich is what everybody. He's what everybody is saying is going to be the M V p this year. And he's going to be the biggest issue for the sons. There's no doubting that he's averaged 26 points per game through his career in the playoffs, but he spent the first round of this playoffs. Scoring an average of 33 points per game in the Nuggets Series win against the Portland Trail Blazers. 33 points a night over six games. The pleasures couldn't stop them. The sons have to try now. But there really is no one like this Serbian monster of Yokich. Uh, few people have played as well against him, though. As Sun center DeAndre Ayton Their matchups have been really, um, very similar. The numbers back it up to, uh, yoke. It shot 13 of 34 while defended by DeAndre agents, so only shooting about 38%. So that's pretty good, and they scored about the same amount of points in their last six matchups. 24.8 points for eight and 24.3 for Yokich rebounds. Look about the same minutes per game. The only difference really happens to be the Yokich puts a lot more assists into the game for the Nuggets. So that that's the matchup to watch DeAndre, Ayton and Yokich Tonight. The Nuggets won two of three during the regular season against Phoenix, both in Phoenix. All three games were close. Here's what Devin Booker thinks about the matchup tonight. Really good teams, You know they're going to compete all the way through, and that's what you see with their group. Despite to Ma being injured, Obviously, you know one of their head honchos, You know, the team is still performing and performed. I'm late in the season, and I think the other question is how rested and how good is Chris Paul Going to be for the Sun's right? Here's coach Monty Williams with some encouraging news. He hasn't missed any practice done, so he's been able to not only be at home and get all the treatment bodywork that he needs to get done, But he didn't miss one part of practice now. The Nuggets. You know they're not. They're not imagining they're going to walk all over the sun spiny means especially as well as they played against the Lakers. Uh and so here's what their coach. Mike Malone is losing sleep over. We're going to ever handful again. There are top six an offensive and defensive efficiency. Their top seven and every freaking field goal percentage category at the rim, mid Range, three point foul line. They do a great job, and it's all orchestrated by a Hall of Famer and Chris Paul and the guy that's an all NBA challenge. And Devin Booker. Yeah, the worst part about the sons. Being in the playoffs is how old it makes me feel. And it's not because you know they, you know, I was never God did not designed me to be a basketball player. Let's just put it that way. The only thing I ever was any good at was, you know, getting in there getting my big hunk us in there for rebounds. I can't have a vertical jump of 0.4 inches. So, uh, you know, but it makes me feel because I gotta take a nap to watch the game because you know when you get up at two, something in the morning and the game starts at seven, you got to You've got to prepare. You don't just have to have the chips and the dips in the diet soda. All ready to go. You've got to. You got to be well rested. So you know you can come in and do a radio show. On 4.5 hour sleep. So which Jamie will tell you It always sounds like I am on four hours sleep anyway. But no, But you know, for those of you who can't stay up? Don't worry. Jim will tell you what happened tomorrow morning. Yes, And if I for some reason I happen to fall asleep during the game. We can always we can always always count on Luke four sooner to help us out, because, uh, it's his birthday today. Happy birthday, and I think he's he's actually now in an age where you can drink so Happy birthday. Look, don't listen to him. Yeah, All right. So once again seven o'clock tonight on 98 7 FM Arizona Sports Station, It is 5 19 and time for traffic Once again Here is JP Fox slide from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. Little east of the Valley due to the telegraph fired. These closures will be in effect until further notice US. 60 between superior and top of the world. Also state route 77 between Globe and Winkelmann also closes on stage about 1 77 in that same area in town, 27th Avenue and Campbell. You have an injury wrecked their 35th avenue or Indian school or good escape routes. They're only delay is in the value only delays in the vault. Only delays in the valley right now are 17 Selby 19th Avenue over to seventh Street, eastbound nights and looking good coming in from the West side. I'm.
Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry
"Today's storyteller was a playwright and activist. Who stories centered. African american working class families despite tragically short career. She became the first black woman to have a play produced on broadway half a century later her work remains one of the most celebrated snapshots of black struggles and black joy. Here's the story of lorraine hands berry lorraine hands berry was born on may nineteenth nineteen thirty on the south side of chicago. Her father carl. Augustus was a prominent figure. Within the city's black community having founded one of the first african american banks growing up lorraine and her three older siblings played host to a number of famous people including langston hughes. Wabc boys duke ellington and olympic gold. Medalist jesse owens. Despite their middle class status and cultural connections the hands berries were still subject to chicago's deeply ingrained. Housing segregation agreements known as restrictive covenants were widespread throughout the city. White property owners could collectively agree not to sell to african americans. This practice created a ghetto known as the black belt which ran through the south side when lorraine was eight years old. Her father secretly bought a home. In one of the so-called restricted heads in nineteen thirty seven when the family moved in a white mob attacked a brick was thrown through the window narrowly missing lorraine the local homeowners association filed an injunction for the hands berries to vacate lorraine her siblings were chased spat and beaten during their walks to and from school the supreme court of illinois doubled down on the legality of the restrictive covenant. And the hands. Berries were forced out of their home eventually the. Us supreme court overruled this ruling on a technicality. Thirty blocks subsequently opened up to black families across the south side while this ruling and the hands fight did not outlaw restrictive covenants. It did signal. The beginning of the end for the practice lorraine attended. Chicago's englewood high school where she became interested in theatre. She initially attended the university of wisconsin. Where she cut her teeth with the communist party but left after two years in one thousand nine hundred fifty lorraine moved to new york to be a writer by nineteen fifty one lorraine had found a home in harlem and began socializing with many of the great thinkers who had once visited her family back in chicago. She started writing for paul robeson freedom a progressive newspaper at a protest against racial discrimination at new york university lorraine met robert number off a jewish writer. They married at her family home in chicago. In nineteen fifty three in nineteen. Six robert co wrote the hit song. Cindy oh cindy it's prophets allowed lorraine to stop working to focus on writing. She began developing a play that she initially called. The crystal stair langston hughes poem mother to son she would later changed the name to a raisin in the sun. This too was from a langston hughes poem called harlem. What happens to a dream deferred. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun or faster like a sore and then run a raisin in the sun centers on a black working class family in chicago south side as they try to improve their financial situation. The patriarch of the family has died and a ten thousand dollar insurance payout is imminent they the money to buy a house in the cheaper all white neighborhood nearby to they use it to invest in a liquor store and education lorraine based many of the characters on the families who rented from her father and with whom she attended high school the cast safer one character was entirely black lorraine was in her twenties and the play itself dealt with racism life in chicago's black belt and the pain of assimilation into white culture topics that were considered risky for the predominantly white theater. Going crowd it took over a year to raise enough money to put the play up. When it debuted in nineteen fifty-nine a raisin in the sun was the first play written by a black woman to be produced on broadway and the first to be led by an african american director lorraine was twenty nine years old. The play was an almost instant. Hit the new york drama critics circle named it. The best play of the year just five months after its broadway debut arisen in the son of in london's west end in nineteen sixty one. A film starring much of the original cast was released and several of the actors received golden globe. Nominations perhaps the most important element of the play success was that entailing box stories. Lorraine also make theater accessible and previously unimaginable ways as the writer. James baldwin noted. I had never in my life seen so many black people in the theater and the reason was that never before in the entire history of the american theatre had so much of the truth of black people's lives and seen on the stage. Black people had ignored the theatre because the theatre had always ignored them lorraine would go on to finish in stage. Just one other. Play the sign in sidney bruce. Deans window about a jewish intellectual the play which explored themes of homosexuality and the bohemian lifestyle. Debuted to mixed reviews in nineteen sixty four. It ran for just over one hundred performances closing on january twelfth. Nineteen sixty five. That's same day. Lorraine hanbury died of pancreatic cancer. She was thirty four years old. After lorraine's death. Her ex husband robert had several of her plays produced posthumously to be young gifted and black became an autobiographical work. Drawing on lorraine's letters interviews and journal entries the title came from a nineteen sixty four speech of lorraine's when she spoke to the winners of a united negro fund writing competition. She said speech though. It be thrilling marvellous thing to be merely young and gifted in such times it is doubly so w dynamic to be young gifted and black
Dallas Hoops Fancast - A Podcast for Dallas Mavericks Fans
"sun center" Discussed on Dallas Hoops Fancast - A Podcast for Dallas Mavericks Fans
"Ever heard of me. We can hear to class pod all twenty listeners. Know so this is just my opinion. I appreciate it. But now i i would prefer a stable lineup because that just means you have good ways you have five five players. That are obviously good enough to start every single game to me like okay. You might make some adjustments depending but for the most part. If you don't know who's going to start game to game you don't have five good player. You want to minimize the amount of adjustments. You have to make you wanna force your opponent to have to adjust more to what you're doing. Yeah okay this is from at crawling. Meaning cra loan. Burt butchering these loan. Ninety eight this person said the last jedi was bad. I think that was in response. Thank you or rant. No he's one hundred percent correct. It's it's one of the worst movies of all time. It's not a little worse. It is one of the star in space and they miss the most basic aspects of space. That was there is no gravity last episode okay This is a youtube comment from mid high low over cry to actually say them correctly. You know what. I am trying. That's that's tough. Cova chevik okay. I think they need to add something on on trade deadline because this offseason classes garbage. They need to get a good center. Maybe someone like turner drummond. Alan probably jared allen and of course some good wings because hardaway is not a good option. If you wanna be a so we already talked about drummond but yeah again. I think with the sun center. Thing i just. I don't think the man's can do the two bigs. Porzingis is agile enough to play for the forearm that other big trained five play the four exactly on defense so i think you're better off doing really what you want at your power forward is what maxi does you would love to have. Somebody who is a known quality star is that he might be. He hit the freaking. He might be winner. Maybe he just needs an opportunity in the playoffs like last year to show what he's got another another opportunity So but i think you need those those three wings but you're four. He doesn't want to be a small wing. Honestly one of the.
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"sun center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Fresh air anywhere. So, Richard, If I'm understanding this we have we have. I don't know something like 600, the megalithic sites in in great Britain and in in northern France. And they all seem to be using this standard unit of measurement again. These were the built by these megalithic cultures, thousands and thousands of years before the classical Greek mathematicians beat before the fag, Rhys and yet there they have this incredible knowledge of geometry. And these you find these same unit of measures. Across the Europe in these megalithic structures are they also found elsewhere on the other side of the Atlantic, for example. They weren't alignment the same like in the whole world culture and in In Mexico. You find measures I have done lots of work with the Amerindian. Monuments, but the I can access information about the The mayor on the Olmec. We went before, and they appear to have The full package. By this stage, it probably originated from the ancient near East. Was probably related to history, such as getting close to the time of the In the Mexican case close to the time of the bronze age collapse. You know this is about 1200. Bc Suddenly, almost overnight. It seems a lot of cities were destroyed in the eastern Mediterranean. On guard on the old idea of the bronze age fell apart because of probably iron weapons arriving. So anyway, there were there were We're travelers travels by sea on these travels event in fact, Now called in some sense navigators, the people responsible for our Stories about the stars because they navigated and they became the Greek myths. A lot of the Greek myths are stories related to constellations. And so it's not as if We used the names of the way around it. They really are. And so the it's not unrealistic for the almost to end up in Mexico. And I found evidence of the harmonic material that we will be talking about later. But also the Uh, The measures as you say. And the German geometrical ideas are all present. And round about The the determine of You know zero BC the city of chance He will hand was Established by whole mix more or less on then, by that stage, they were part of the mayor culture, but they were like the northern branch. And in that, you see, uh, you know many different meters to measure that would also see in Egypt or elsewhere. So that is obviously being some transmission and a lot of people who see them this Atlantis, But it would be quite reasonable, I think, just bring it down to The fact that the mental disease megalithic people who became numerous in on the western seaboard of Europe that they defused to the east on the West, maybe There were, you know catastrophes along the way, but the point about it is that the main work has been done on they created out of that came our dear centric picture that by the Middle Ages. Was still the picture of of cosmology. So you know the most of the modern age since the movie mystic Up to say the end of the day when we adopted they, the sun centered system. ALS that Was a model effectively probably had its origins in the mega Lissy period because it was based on the astronomy is aided on this was based from where we see the world we see the world from the earth. We don't see it from the sun. In our minds. We know that the sun is the center of the solar system. But there was no solar system is such Until the last 400 years. Not in the minds of men. S o. You mentioned minds of men that are important or sorry. Women as well. Right? You mentioned cardiac in Brittany. These stone circles in the alignment of these stone circles what and again laid out with this megalithic inches and megalithic yards and so forth. What What was this design for? As an observatory? What were they using it for? It. Various things they want to pin down on. The next question always came from the last answer. The very God First of all they needed to find out the relationship. You know some of the moon Then they want to know the longer period of sun and moon. They were fascinated by eclipses, of course. And it doesn't 18 year 10 Day period, which is Gives us very actually they repeat of the same eclipse. This. This was like, really important. Once you found that period, you could say that 18 years later, there would be a very similar eclipse. And particularly lunar eclipses because although the solar eclipse is very, very sensational, it's very hard to pin down because it it's actually just happening for a little part of the surface of the Earth. Whereas with the lunar eclipse. This is very important for the megalithic because they were happening regularly, like maybe twice a year or or Around that. And so they studied the eclipses. They studies they found a no overarching period of 19 years, the Masonic in which everything comes back. The same thing again. It repeats the pattern. So after 19 years, the sun the moon on Odds are pretty much exactly repeated. On Then they looked. You know, within that period there was a period in which the moon is above this, so allow this. On very goes down to the low and he's a call maximum minimum moons on their due to the off the angle of the moon as it'll be, it's the earth. Slightly away from the solar system, so it means that over 6800 days They repeat happened to the The maximum is repeated. And then after 9.3 you get years you get the minimum and so that's a very long period. On they became interested in in deep time. And then you see this manifested in somewhere like the man long count. Which you know, some have said that it or dated about the time of the end of the magnetic period on the zero point, and then there was a zero point supposedly in 2012. These always always is connected stuff. Right now. I don't know if I can't remember if I read it in your book or somewhere else. But the the megalithic geometry was apparently based on a 366 degrees circle rather than the 360 degree circle. Is that is that true? I think the most important Circles were 360 in order to be able to have devices. And so these Sumerians accredited with that in 3000 bc. How, but evidence of 360 being used exists in the Magnetics Well, 365 allows you to make a simulator. 80,000. If you think of that each of those 165 elements around the outside, then you can count them as a day. So instead of counting in a line if you count in a circle Then you come back to the beginning all over again. And that's exactly how the planet real this work. And so on. It's exactly how time is it's actually psychic. You could look it in two ways linear or cycle it on so they could then build circles using the geometry. On. For instance, if you make a square And say the silly years is the side of the square. And you've got four years right round the square. They're developing geometry for creating a circle from a square. So that if they had four years in a square, they don't have four years in a circle. And then they could count round and round these structures. Andre the this'll meant Good. That was a picture off the ecliptic, not ecliptic is the path of the sun. So they could they were able to build models. Got rid of all the irregularities that the Earth's motion produces. And they could just see because when, when the earth rotates, of course, all the stars and the planets Uh, you know, uh, rotate themselves, you know, they go westwards. Where's the planet?.