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Why President Trump Shouldn't Care About the Past

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:39 min | 1 d ago

Why President Trump Shouldn't Care About the Past

"I was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, you are certainly free to look at it. You can read it or hear it last week. And they asked me, they believe that the election was fair at The Wall Street Journal editorial page. And I am still agnostic. The I don't have proof that the election was stolen, but I have very strong arguments that there was massive fraud. I also believe, as I believe the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. That the left would cheat in any election that they felt they needed to win and which was in which they were able to do so. My colleague and friend Hugh Hewitt wrote a book many years ago. If it isn't close, they can't cheat. He was referring to the left. He Hewitt is considered a moderate Republican. And he wrote that book. In any event the president's preoccupation with the past election, I said on this show, over and over, there is only one thing you have to concentrate on mister president, and that is the Georgia election two runoffs. All we needed is to save this country, was one. To be decided in favor of a Republican. But instead he preoccupied himself with the last election. And kept saying that this would be a fraud. The Georgia elections, to which many of his followers said, well, if it's going to be a fraud, why should I vote?

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Parker, Sky beat Sun 94-91, set franchise's win record

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Parker, Sky beat Sun 94-91, set franchise's win record

"The sky have set a team record with their 25th win of the season 94 91 over the sun Candace Parker scored 18 points grabbed 12 rebounds and tipped the pass to Emma mesman for a three pointer with 28 seconds left Courtney van der sloot delivered 20 points 5 assists and four steals for the Eastern Conference leaders misen and an alley quickly each added 15 points for Chicago The sun wiped out a 17 point deficit and led 75 69 early in the fourth quarter before the sky went on a 15 four run John quail Jones had 17 points and ten rebounds for Connecticut I'm Dave ferry

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What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 2 d ago

What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

"Bill, I've been following you for years. We've shared so much time together. You have the ability to be able to analyze the arc of history and then be able to apply it to today. I've asked you this question before in our podcast. But I think it's really important for our audience to hear this. What makes America different and exceptional from a biblical standpoint and historical standpoint is America like every other nation that's been on the face of the earth and if not, why? In answer to that, I decided I would research every century of recorded human history to see what the most common form of government was. So I went back to Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets and the elamites and the Persians and the Greeks and Romans and the most common form of government in world history is kings. Hands down, it's kings. Nimrod tower Babel pharaoh Caesar's power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. It's no different than you put some kids on a playground and one's the bully. You put them junior high girls in a clique and one of them is the diva. You put some people in the Woods, one of them's an Indian chief. You put them in an inner city, one of them is a gang leader. And all the king is, is a glorified gang leader. And it's a hierarchical system. If you are friends with the king, you are more equal. If you are not friends with the king, you are less equal. And if you're an enemy of the king, you're a slave or you're dead. Well, I thought slavery started in 1619. No, wherever you had the first king on top you had slaves on the bottom. And this model continued with technological advancements, kings could kill more people, right? So instead of cane killing neighbor with a stone, they're killing with a bronze weapon or an iron weapon or a failing spear, similar sword gunpowder. The weapon improves, but it's that same fall in nature, it can't kill enable. And also with technological advancements, kings could track more people. Do you know Augustus Caesar wanted to have a worldwide tracking system? It was called a census that was like modern technology 25 BC, right? He wanted to count. If he could have had 5G and cell phones and cameras, he would attract him that way. But as the centuries go on, the king of England had the biggest empire that Planet Earth had ever seen, 13 million square miles, half a billion people. Anyway, the sun never set on the British Empire, the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top and America's founders decided they didn't like this one world government guy telling us what to do. We broke away and flipped it. And made the people the king.

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Sky score final nine points, beat Sun 95-92 in overtime

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Sky score final nine points, beat Sun 95-92 in overtime

"This guy took another step toward wrapping up the Eastern Conference regular season title by outlasting the second place son 95 92 and overtime Ali quigley hit two big shots in OT and finished with 13 points and 5 assists Quickly came up big after the sun took a 92 86 lead with two O two remaining Kalia copper poured in 27 points as Chicago improved to 23 and 7 Dewanna bonner topped the sun with 23 points and 9 rebounds while Alyssa Thomas scored 22 points with 8 assists and 5 steals Connecticut is three games behind Chicago I'm Dave ferry

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Sun beats Storm in Sue Bird's final game in Connecticut

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Sun beats Storm in Sue Bird's final game in Connecticut

"The sun had four players score at least 12 points in an 88 83 win over the storm Alyssa Thomas led the way with 19 points for Connecticut which scored the last 5 points to improve to 20 and 9 And the teacher hyneman hit a tie breaking three pointer with two 42 remaining the game's final basket Brianna Jones chipped in 13 points one more than Courtney Williams and dewanna bonner It was the final regular season game in Connecticut for former husky star Sue bird The 41 year old bird finished with 14 points and 7 assists for Seattle I'm Dave ferry

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John Rich: Beating Cancel Culture & the Success of 'Progress'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | Last week

John Rich: Beating Cancel Culture & the Success of 'Progress'

"So you've done it again another number one your new song progress telling the cancel culture progress air quotes folks to stick it where the sun don't shine is rocketing up Number one you have beat out all of these lizzo and all these other people you are sitting on top of the charts you beat cancel culture how does it feel buddy Man it feels incredible And I have to say it's not because I'm singing it that it's at number one Dan It's at number one because of the lyrics of that song and what the song is pointing out What it's pushing against I think Americans across this country right now hear that song and they go ding ding ding That's how I feel I think probably anybody could have sang it and gone to the top but the issue is the music industry won't allow songs like that to ever come out Those songs are being written in Nashville all the time But they're not allowed to come out because people are with record labels and big companies that won't allow it to come out Fortunately for me I've been very blessed in my career that I don't have to have a record label or a publisher or anything anymore I can actually just put pencil to paper write what I feel sing it and put it out And I'm happy to be in that position It's because of the fans and people like yourself that have supported me that allow me to get out and do it And man this song is causing quite a stir and yes I'm very happy about it

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Sun fend off Lynx 86-79 for third straight victory

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sun fend off Lynx 86-79 for third straight victory

"Atisha heidemann Brianna Jones and Alyssa Thomas loved the son to their third straight win 86 79 at Minnesota Hide him and nailed 5 three pointers while furnishing 19 points and 5 assists Jones provided 18 points and 8 rebounds while Thomas added 15 points ten boards and 5 assists Jones had 11 points in helping Connecticut build a 42 32 halftime lead The sun coughed up that lead and trailed 47 46 in the third quarter before improving to 18 and 9 Aerial powers was high scorer for the links with 17 points but Minnesota fell to ten and 19 I'm Dave

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Joe Biden Blames Climate Change on Republicans

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden Blames Climate Change on Republicans

"Kawan go Climate change is literally an existential threat to our nation and to the world So my message today is this My message today is please let's pray to the sun gods Let's beg them Let's beg them please Let's beg them Please stop Stop at the scorched earth Let's pray to the earthquake gods Please stop Let's pray to the hurricane and tornado gods Please stop Well sacrifice our babies if you'll stop We just won't sacrifice contraception That we won't do Go ahead Since Congress is not acting as it should and these guys here are but we're not getting many Republican votes This is an emergency An emergency And I will I will look at it that way I said listen the Republicans are causing heat And the rise of the oceans colder winters hotter summers earthquakes tornadoes hurricanes It's the damn Republicans

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Thomas helps short-handed Sun beat Liberty 82-63

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Thomas helps short-handed Sun beat Liberty 82-63

"Rihanna Jones and Alyssa Thomas led the shorthanded son to an 82 to 63 win over the liberty Jones tied a season high with 21 points to pick up the slack for Connecticut leading scorer John Paul Jones who didn't play due to health and safety protocols I think for me this one when I get them on a post I know what I'm gonna do I've been working on my mid range and attacking off the bat off the bounce Thomas added 18 points 13 rebounds 5 assists and a season high 6 deals Dijon Carrington scored a career high 18 points in just 18 minutes for the sun who broke it open with a 27 to 5 run and improved to 17 and 9 I'm Jane

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Charlie Welcomes Blake Masters, Arizona Candidate for US Senate

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Welcomes Blake Masters, Arizona Candidate for US Senate

"I changed my shirt. It is still red, but it says Blake masters for Senate. Now Blake, you're gonna have to tell me this whole kind of design flow. You got for your campaign. I've never seen a campaign like it ever. Yeah, well, you know, we're just trying to be bold and innovative. I guess it's very simple though, so it's like why? Why don't more people just do that? Like obviously the whole point of a campaign shirt is to be a walking billboard. But everybody tries to make it cute and the consultants will tell you if you don't have like a logo silhouette of Arizona with a nice sun setting behind the state. Well, you're gonna lose. And it's like, no, actually just advertise the message. Blake master's percentage. There you go, it's a resting. I'm done for a while Blake, and we at first said, okay, we're not sure what we're gonna do in the Senate race. We were gonna kind of stay out. But honestly, part of the reason we endorsed you and I endorsed you is just the unbelievably unfair attacks against you. I thought just, you know, kind of let the whole process play out, but I just, I can't stand slander and it was just that really motivated me. I don't want to spend too much time on that, but that was actually for me one of the motivating factors, like I gotta do what I can to try to get the word out. So tell our audience about yourself in our show before, you're getting a lot of national headlines and even more so, you're in the polls, Trump endorsed you but tell us about your background and why you're running. Yeah, I mean, I grew up in Arizona, moved to two summer rows four, and I had a great childhood in Arizona. I love this state. I went to California for a few years, which my opponents are beating me up for. But I went to Stanford and Stanford law school. I've interrupt you. Have their voting base had lived in California at some point. Yeah, everybody's from somewhere else. But that's all Arizona. And so I spent a few years in California, Stanford Stanford law school worked in Silicon Valley, linked to Peter Thiel, who I'm sure we'll talk about. But I ran his investment firm investing in startups was involved in the Trump 2016 campaign. But I moved back to Tucson in 2017, 2018, and I was alarmed at what I saw the state had changed. It became much more of a swing state. I still think it's red. It's more than reddish, but we got our work cut out for us,

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The Media and Their Agenda Against Guns

The Officer Tatum Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

The Media and Their Agenda Against Guns

"But John, are you saying, what is the agenda though? Because we understand, I think that us on this side of the aisle, we understand that it's clear as the noonday sun if a shooter wants to kill as many people as he can, he's going to go somewhere with no guns, and he's going to shoot as many people that seem like there would be soft targets. That's why schools are targeted, miles of targeted, and these areas where there's mass gathering and not a lot of shootings. We don't see them go to the police station. You know, they're not going to a gun store. Or even going to something like these gun situations. Shooting range is another one. They're not going there because they're going to get smoked. So why do you think the media is turning a blind eye to this? Do they have an agenda? Well, unfortunately I've kind of come to the belief that they do have an agenda on that. These are inconvenient things. But I don't know how you just ignore the diaries and manifestos that these people put out, and yet they do that time after time. The parts that show why they pick the targets that they did. I mean, why is that newsworthy? They go and they talk about all these other things, facts that they frequently get wrong, like what type of gun was used or at least initial the news reports are wrong or things like how they obtained the gun, but the easiest thing to check usually is whether or not guns were banned in a particular place. After a school shooting in Texas, 30% of the schools in Texas allowed teachers to be able to carry. Unfortunately, the school wasn't one of them. But you can check within like three or four minutes online, whether or not it was one of the schools that banned people being able to go and carry guns.

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Plum scores 22, Gray adds 21; Aces beat Sun 91-83

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Plum scores 22, Gray adds 21; Aces beat Sun 91-83

"Kelsey plums scored 14 over 22 points in the second half to carry the aces to a 91 83 win over the sun Connecticut carried a 37 and 35 lead into the third quarter but plum hit back to back three pointers during a 13 two run that opened the second half for Vegas Chelsea gray had season highs of 21 points and 9 assists She opened the second half with a three pointer that put the aces ahead to stay Asia Wilson added 20 points to the ace's third straight win which leaves them 18 and 7 Connecticut is 16 and 9 following its 5th loss in 9 games I'm Jane

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 Suns match Pacers' offer for Ayton, keeping nucleus intact

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Suns match Pacers' offer for Ayton, keeping nucleus intact

"It took just a few hours for the suns to hang on to Deandre ayton a person with knowledge of the matter says Phoenix has matched the pacers four year $133 million offer sheet to the starting center The move keeps the sun's nucleus of ayton and all star backcourt Chris Paul and Devin Booker intact The center averaged 17.2 points and 10.2 rebounds per game last season while shooting 63% from the field and 37% on three pointers Ayton was a key figure during the sun's run to the 2021 finals and he helped Phoenix when a team record 64 games this past season I'm Dave

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 Pacers agree to sign Ayton to offer sheet, Suns can match

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pacers agree to sign Ayton to offer sheet, Suns can match

"The pacers are going big in the free agent market Agreeing to sign Deandre ayton to a four year $133 million offer sheet The suns have two days to either match the offer or lose the center it chose with the number one pick in the 2018 NBA draft The center averaged 17.2 points and 10.2 rebounds per game last season while shooting 63% from the field at 37% on three pointers Ayton was a key player during the sun's run to the 2021 finals and helped Phoenix when a team record 64 games this past season

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Connecticut beats Indiana, Bonner moves into 12th in scoring

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Connecticut beats Indiana, Bonner moves into 12th in scoring

"The sun beat the fever 89 81 to stay in sole possession of second place in the Eastern Conference Now one game ahead of the mystics John Paul Jones provided 20 points in 14 rebounds for Connecticut which is for no versus Indiana this season Dewana bonner added 19 points and moved into 12th on the WNBA's career scoring list passing Lauren Jackson Brianna Jones had 17 points to help the sun improve to 15 and 8 Kelsey Mitchell had 21 points in the fever 7th straight loss Indiana's last in the east at 15 and 20 I'm Jane

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Amber Heard's Legal Team Are Trying a New Trick

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:58 min | Last month

Amber Heard's Legal Team Are Trying a New Trick

"No, I wish it screwed finally Amber Heard. Amber has legal team is now claiming that one of the jurors, you heard this story for about two weeks. One of the juries who started the trial was not the actual person who was actually called for jury duty and tricked the court. And now amber's lawyers want the verdict tossed out. So back on June 1st, we all know a jury of 5 men and two women ruled in favor, Johnny, gave him 10 million bucks in compensatory damages, 5 million in punitive damages, and the state caps punitive damages at 350 K blah blah blah. So amber didn't look totally loose, but the jury later declared that Johnny's former lawyer remained the same Paralympic interview with the daily mail. Blah blah blah, she gets 2 million. No one cares. We all knew Johnny won unanimously. Now they believe and what gets me is she just wanted to move on from this. That's all she said, a lot of the crime, the tears, they believe that one of the jurors, tournament 15, never received the summons. At the time, amber's lawyers didn't know how someone who was not summoned for jury duty got into the jury pool, but now they think they know. There was a new documents filed the other day in Virginia again. And amber's lawyers claim that a jury summons went to this person's house with two people at the same name live. One of them is 77. One is 52, okay? The 77 year old was the one who was summoned, but the 52 year old showed up and eventually became druid on the 15th. Now, some people think that the 77 year old and the 52 year old also share the first name about amber's doctor don't mention that. So that's a problem for her lawyers to deal with. But it may be a case of like, you know, maybe the sun thinking as far as jury, some of those for him, but amber's finally says that the 52 year old knew damn right that he would trip in

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July 4 victims remembered for dedication to faith, family

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

July 4 victims remembered for dedication to faith, family

"Loved ones continue saying goodbye to the victims of that mass shooting at a July 4th parade outside Chicago The first of the 7 funerals began Friday with mourners remembering former preschool teacher Jacqueline sun times she was 63 at a service at north shore congregation Israel her daughter Leah The world is darker without my mom in it And it's up to us now to fill it with a little extra laughter and help replace her light and love 88 year old Steven Strauss and avid bird watcher was also laid to rest while mourners said goodbye to 76 year old Nicholas Toledo zaragoza a dual citizen who would travel from Mexico in the summers to be with family and edouardo a grandfather is being laid to rest Saturday a day after what would have been his 70th birthday I'm Julie Walker

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Thomas, Sun rally from 17 down, beat Mystics 74-72 in OT

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Thomas, Sun rally from 17 down, beat Mystics 74-72 in OT

"The sun rallied from a 17 point second half deficit to beat the mystics 74 to 72 and overtime Alyssa Thomas scored 14 of her 23 points after halftime and had 9 rebounds Thomas and Courtney Williams take consecutive jumpers to start over time giving the sun their biggest lead of the game Williams finished with 15 points for Connecticut the mystics committed 9 of their 19 turnovers while scoring just 7 points in the fourth quarter Their lowest scoring period of the season Ariel Atkins had a team high 18 points for Washington 12 in the first quarter I'm Jane

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"sun  " Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

05:22 min | 3 months ago

"sun " Discussed on The Life Stylist

"What happens to form the largest plurality of sunlight, near infrared light, so it's actually, if we go back to the spectrum, we have ultra from high energy, high frequency, going to low energy, low frequency, longer wavelength, we have, you know, we have like gamma rays and x-rays and that crazy stuff. And then ultraviolet light, blue light, visible light spectrum, which the longest, the lowest frequency, the lowest energy is red, and then we get into what's called the infrared spectrum. It's in the first chunk of that is called near infrared, and it's near infrared. It's referred to as near because it's next to red. And of course, these names in these bands are a bit arbitrarily defined by us human scientists, but nonetheless, the fact of the matter remains, if you look at the sun's spectrum, it's this big bell curve with this long tail and infrared and it peaks in the visible range. And 41% of sunlight is in the near infrared band. And if you add red light to that, which is like 11, 12, 13% or something like that. You have the majority of sunlight, it's in is either red light or near infrared light. And so these are that, I think, is its own statement. If you look at the neutral fine power of the sun, the sun nourishes all life on earth, right? There wouldn't be anything without the sun. What's the biggest component of sunlight? It's near infrared. Some red, but mostly actually near infrared. So high energy infrared. And there's also certainly a fair amount of the mid infrared and the far infrared. So if we look at the sun, it's like, okay, in the winter, we're low vitamin D, we're not getting enough of that. But we're not really getting it's not so much the ultraviolet and blue. All those are important. Dose dependent, blue light is important for building up melatonin production, the pineal gland during the day. So we are designed to get some ultraviolet and blue light, but it doesn't really promote all this regeneration and healing and repair and recuperation as does the near infrared red light via the mitochondrial activation systems, which are in really in every cell of the body. So basically the biggest chunk of sunlight, just so happens to number one, stimulate mitochondrial responses in the body and we'll go into that. There's mitochondria in every cell of the body except red blood cells, but also the same narrow band of near infrared, particularly the 700 to a thousand.

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"sun  " Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"sun " Discussed on WBUR

"Months of the year in this valley the sun doesn't reach the town at all Until a few years ago the only way people could catch any rays was to take a cable car to the top of one of the mountains overlooking the town I'm going to take a ride to the top and find out what a difference it makes for people who live their life in the shadows From the top of the cable car you can look down onto the long narrow streets blanketed in blue shade at the bottom of a valley formed by two walls of mountains It does seem like a strange place to build a town and yes we can is relatively young founded in the early 1900s when an entrepreneur realized that the long waterfall coming off one of those mountains could be tapped for a hydroelectric power plant And it was the hydroelectric company that built the cable car so that its employees could travel to the top and feel the sun on their faces If you go to the top of the station to the viewing point you might reach to some idea We'll probably sun chase You guys have come up here Can I ask do you live in noy Yes We live in Yeah And you thought well I'll come to the valley with no sunshine Just to feel better about how much sunshine there is Yeah that's true I always thought that I mean of course the sun is something you need And you need that to survive and live and the fact that people.

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"sun  " Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"sun " Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Yeah i'm i'm checking it out of it. We had a great time. And i i think one like eleven hundred bucks okay and so. My sponsor was super excited. Yeah and i'd never won that much money. So you never. You never really did the go to california now race and get you know who's chuck sun dude and let's never do that. Yeah i went down and did. Yeah but never like yeah. Didn't we heard about. No we heard about saddleback. This is kind of a funny story. and saturday they had these big long motos so it was kind of cool to go there so i took my bell taco down there. I think jim cook was air. A couple of names anyway. I i checked out and one by a long distance. We're all happy about it and come back in. And they have you done in third. Wh what what's this. Yeah oh. I thought you broke down or something. They just screwed up a scoring. No way you're going to pass up. Am i said don't worry about it. The cisco shit. Wow i mean it was. Yeah it was. You know it wasn't a heartbreaker anything. I i knew what i did. Yeah fine but they didn't know who i was was no way. You're gonna come down here and do that. So that was my first experience So in seventy five. I worked with a dealer that Money guzman a gene and cycle. They said hey. You gotta try this Back then before that a cut a country. I'm supported me on the tacos and i felt i needed something. Maybe a little bit more reliable. If i was going to go on the circuit so in seventy five i switch to husky cassia. This really cool three sixty that he he he mikola was right. Yeah and i rode that In the transam series was the first series. I wrote was seventy. That's in the fall in the fall. Yeah and i actually took the two fifty three sixty my two fifty. Well those those back easter. Where were those things they're all. they're all size. Okay mainly becky yet and Usually mud races so they played well to me and ended up writing three sixty because my to fifty broke too much. Okay yeah so. I would get tenth eleventh place in the international class who make more than the winters in the to fifty class. So that was cool. Oh so you weren't writing the main your rides per class for those initially. I was riding the to fifty support but the bike broke down. Switch international rise so my first year racing i was running international. You must have been pretty like you said you grew up racing or reading about these guys and here about these guys must've been pretty stoked have been like only shit like there's there's what the costs are. Did 'em right. I don't know if mickle ever did them. But you know those type of guys did him like well. It certainly was to cost aki lot aeneas carcass came over. I thought it was. We made friends with the guys. They were super nice. We hung out with. Oh you did..

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"sun  " Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

04:29 min | 11 months ago

"sun " Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Okay you know and It's really funny. How they work. I think it was like hey well. Here's some expense money. Here's twenty grand to go do the series. Yeah and i was fifth in the first motto. At hampton okay. That's not bound that the brake pedal tore off the second race And and then within a week or two There was another telex from the from the factory. Oh they're going bankrupt. Oh okay so and actually The representative said Yeah gosh should be nice. If you gave the some of that money back really yeah and i toiled over for a little bit and You knows probably sitting half of it back or you know. Yeah i just seem like the right thing to do right. Probably didn't have to do it and then call a good so effective after. eighty two. You were you you were done. Yeah you were. You're happy with everything you accomplished. I i was happy. And i felt like it was burnt out yup and then lanphier enterprises up there in oregon. Hooked me up with a honda and i think it was top. Ponder rider wash shula. Got another fifth. Right right You know i. I started creating sun products. Different things like that. Yeah how'd that go for you. I remember that full-page ads in magazines. I had to go for you. You know things. Were clicking along okay. yeah The distribution business. I found out really is. It's really a business for banker. Okay yeah not a racer. Well you your product. You're only gonna make a little tiny margin on your product. Yeah if you have the bank to buy it and replace it and by plays and i just felt like that was something i wanted to do. Right so i i kinda wrapped it up. It was fun. Good experience while i did it and then after that i became a stockbroker. My buddy was Doing well with muny bond sir had a great experience and career. Did that for ten years. Where you based. Out of for that i was. I i in portland. That i was in southern california. All right there was a company. Kroll weeden a regional Pacific exchange member firm. Yup that was a broker. For and then i. I trained with advanced wall street firm and went to wall street in new york. Did some training and i it was fun. Cool business yeah to be a little bit of adrenaline rush. I didn't trade You know like options and risky stuff. I primarily went for fixed income So more serious money term and It was good time. Met a lot of really good people You probably made more than you did in racing career. Well shattered all off. Yea probably probably Yeah that's the other thing. And when i was doing well under reagan era we still came out of carter era and the i just looked it up too. 'cause i'm writing a few things the heaviest tax bracket i think it was above. One hundred. eighty thousand was tacked. It's taxed at seventy percent really holy smokes seventy percent. Wow and it was a bit unfair to me because okay if agai makes two hundred grand a year for every year for twenty years yeah ee. Okay maybe but not for one year. Yeah and so. The tax code said okay. Well here's an option. You can buy a plane. Investment tax credit ten percent accelerated depreciation. I said i think i'll do that. We're gonna do that. Fly racing racetracks podcast with chuck sun. I wanna thank you for listening. Of course fly racing dot com. Check them.

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"sun  " Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"At some point between the late eighteen. Hundreds and early nineteen hundreds the sun cannon fell out of use but in nineteen eighty-six a group of locals thought it could help boost tourism in the body so they formed the sun cannon club. They raised money to fix up old tower and in the years since the sun canon has become somewhat of a tourist attraction more than forty thousand people have visited in the last twelve years. Which is a big deal for a town. We're only seven thousand. People live one guy told me that the daughter of an american president wants came and watched them fire it. Though when i asked which president nobody could remember on the random friday. I came to watch the sun cannon salute. There were about ten people there. The volunteer in charge of firing the cannon was gone yet akiva and his grandson ten year old cannon near in training franck own defense. The two of them are standing on the steps leading up to the cannon tower in front of a small group of tourists is wearing his grandpa's jacket the words so kennel club or the sun. Cannon club are printed across the french the jacket just below his knees. His grandpa yawn is quizzing him on sun cannon facts he says the cannon weighs two hundred kilograms or around four hundred forty pounds. It's not loaded but it could hold a six pound cannonball about yawn checks the time it's twelve fifty ten minutes still go. Time helps him. Slide the cannon out of the tower so the barrel is pointing out of an opening in the brick. They load gunpowder out of an old ketchup bottle and into the canon one of the tourists. A little norwegian girl covers. Her ears starts to run away. her mom says don't worry we'll tell us before he shoots. It's twelve fifty two. There's time for you on to explain how the cannon works don. Lets us peek. Inside the tower the sun is shining in through a long narrow opening in the wall at one. pm when it reaches its highest point in the sky. The sun will line up perfectly with this opening in the winter. It comes in through the lower part if the window in the summer near the top until the bullet up with them they couldn't yang demonstrates how the opening directs the light towards a magnifying glass. It's the cavaliers ears job to adjust the angle of the magnifying glass. Every couple of weeks so the light from the sun is directed. Precisely the butt of the canon if everything is lined up perfectly. The light focuses on the charge of gunpowder at one pm. The heat ignites the gunpowder. And the cannon is supposed to fire yawn. says it's hard to get the angle exactly right sometimes the cannon fires a couple of minutes early or a little bit early but today has a different problem. So it's cloudy out. I say no no no so dog man only the sun will not be firing the cannon today but fortunately yang team prepared with a plan b. Instead of sun. he'll use fire. We'll paint them in the one at all. She hands a lighter to front and says was thinking. You could do the honors. I know how good you are at lighting things on fire. He says to the tourists. That's pretty much. All the two of us have in common drunk. Looks a little nervous. He puts on a pair of noise cancelling headphones that seemed too big for his head. Yawn sons him into the tower to check the time. Snark says it's still not one twelve fifty five five minutes to go. John says after flank lights the fuse. He'll have a little over two seconds to sprint out of the tower down the steps again. There's no canon ball in the canon. But it's still going to be loud chunk says should i light it now. You look at the clock one. Twelve fifty eight yang cracks. A couple of jokes to pass the time.

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"sun  " Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"Some cannons have been around since the sixteen hundreds some of them were used on ships. The position of the sun triggered them to fire at almost exactly twelve. Pm so everyone on board would know what time it was in the seventeen hundreds. You might also have heard a son cannon in fancy park in england or france or even on a large estate where they were used to signal lunchtime in fact when son cannons were in style throughout the seventeen eighteen hundreds most of them were owned by european nobility and that how a son canon ended up in a small town in rural sweden the sun cannon in all to the body has its own tower. It's up on top of a hill and it looks like a fifteen foot tall version of a rook. That chess piece. that looks like a little castle. it's round made out of brick and there's a long narrow slot carved into the south facing side. It's been here since eighteen fifty three and it was built by the local barron and his family. The all those fats. These days it's cared for by a team of volunteers who call themselves the sun cannon club there a delightful gang of retired people who've taken responsibility for preserving the town's history but the whole organization is totally unpretentious and they're a little loosey-goosey when it comes to the foggy lor surrounding basan cannon but at least three different people including my grandmother told me this story back in the mid eighteen hundreds the barron and his wife took a trip to paris. Supposedly the baroness who was born. A commoner was terrified of boats so instead of making the relatively short trip across the baltic to mainland europe. They'd spent somewhere between two and three years. Travelling to france in a horse and carriage by finland latvia with wayne lia poland. You get the idea. I was able to verify almost none of the story. But i'm told somewhere between one and two kids were born on the way from sweden to france and when the family finally made it there and saw the sun cannon in a garden they thought would be kind of fun to have one of those to fire off parties back at home.

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"sun  " Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"On earth and going through the seasons every year. It's very easy to think that the sun is stable and unchanging ever present thing but it isn't because periodically there are storms on the sun just like their storms here on earth and if one of these storms should fling material our way it can cause us some very serious problems. Indeed stephanie. yardley is at university college london. She studies these phenomena. Stephanie what are they basically. They're huge bubbles of magnetic field and gas that the sun objects and they can travel at several million miles. An hour through spice. Sometimes i When they reach us in about one to three days on average then they can interact with the earth magnetic field and also. Mr isn't the sun slinging status all the time. That's called the solar wind isn't it. Yes there's little set aside a wind. This'll also energetic particles as well. So we're constantly buffeted by the phones wind but in terms of of the intense steel saying one of these cosmic burbs is far more powerful than just the normal win. That offs are way off the sun. It depends on the conditions. And that's what makes it so difficult to predict but generally the eruptions caused the spectacular despise the aurora. But that doesn't mean that we call get facts from the solar wind as well. All energetic particles. Do we know why they happen. The why the sun does this. Yes so it's all to do with the magnetic field so the sun has strong magnetic fields. And if you imagine on my slogging.

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"sun  " Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"And with adam murphy. And this week as we go into june the northern hemisphere's heading into summer allegedly which means longer days more sun. But what does that son mean to us as a species will for the rest of the program this week. We're going to take a look and start with. We're going to consider how the sun has influenced mankind's thinking over millennia from ancient calendar. Like stonehenge to the alignments of temples and pyramids the would have shown our ancestors when key events like the spring equinox were happening. They'll speak to the powerful influence of the sun over human life and to take us through. That relationship with the sun is nottingham. Trent university's daniel brown. So how do we know. Stonehenge was all about the sun who built it in the first place yeah. It's a tricky thing for one. Don't hinge is more than what we see. Just imagine with the stones setup that with the trip young's on the blue stones in the circle has more to it in the wider context. And you've got utah avenue. And then look at the alignments i e in which directions these long structures like the avenue point on the horizon. Then you can stop to link that to the sun because it's really interesting that this beautiful act in the sky the sun when it rises and sets normally. If you ask that question you'll get the answer. Well the rising is in the east the in the west which is more or less okay but only maybe right twice a year because a sudden moves over the different parts of the eastern and western horizon depending on which season that is so much closer towards the southern parts in the winter in the northern pots towards the summer. So you could nice link. Up web is rises to what time in the year. That as you can see that this long passageway. This avenue is aligned. Towards the summer solstice and winter solstice at this specific time and hence you see many people flocking to old stonehenge because in the mid some you can see then in the direction of the avenue the sun rising but most strikingly i find is the winter midwinter. Twenty twenty-first december reach around. When you then going the other way and viewing long pop toward stonehenge and you can see the sun setting and that's a beautiful play on the meaningful these sites and a kind of ritual meaning rather than purely evil there to measure what time of year it is. And what else was the son used for. What other kinds of devices are monuments. Do we have for that kind of thing. Newgrange is middle which is a burial site in ireland where the one passageway is aligned with one of these rising setting points but in a way. That's the same old same old. In the same area. You can also think about era means being aligned. We've got some beautiful examples. Teach anita in the yucatan peninsula. Sue now shifting awards over to the americans where at the winter solstice shadow cast by the sun creates a beautiful patent on the stepped pyramid on the steps. Invoking a kind of shadow play that turns of the side of the stat. Well into a snake which is really beautiful so again using son dates but not the time something but to make a monument or something. Special through shadow play alignment and other parts are taking it to would things act sunda. There's a giant sundial of augustus was built at around around the birth of christ and the that was used to determine the date not necessarily the high. But it's a sundial to determine the date of the year because very political to make sure that the then reigning emperor goes to could show that the calendar he was in stating was correct there for supporting his divinity so massively important Knowing how the mood throughout the sky and then using it as a power play so then how do you figure out these movements you don't you can't just stand there for a year. And and how do you make them last until today the movements you can see is berkeley through observing. You can see where they were. The sun rises and sets and can see how that plays out over the year. You can see that overshadow plays as well and we know that from a method called indian circle methods which we can use to determine where north and south is by putting a shadow costing device in the ground like a stick as simple as that and then seeing how the shadow of stich moves a mocking two points. Where the equi distant id. The show is the same distance from the stick at two points. At that point you can connect that. Get the beautiful east west line and can align things really nicely and that stretches way throughout times and you get that even believe it or not into the victorian times. How into the victorian times. How did that stretch. So at that point you're looking at sun dials again. You have to move away from the idea of a sundial being something to read of the actual time of the day in this case. It's what's called the meridian sundar so you mark only one time. The middle of the day as quite interested at that time you were establishing the railway network throughout the uk and you needed to install a unified times throughout and that meant setting clocks all equal. We were far away from the time. Signal of the bbc telegraph running across the efficiently. So you needed to make sure that you will beautiful clocks. Set on. The sun was one way to do that. And these meridians sundial cross at day give you a beautiful time signal which you can then tweak to make sure that matches with gmt greenwich meantime and at that point you condense it that. I'm not sur of an example. Beautiful one is still in bromley house library. Knotting of there's another one durham cathedral throughout the u k. Where we can see that that has happened. And it was built brilliant. Diane thank you very much about the trains. Despite being powered by less impressive timekeeping devices in the victorian era still ran two time better than they do today. anyway onto a different more pressing matters. The importance of the son of course didn't disappear when we stopped using sun dials that got victorian trains to other needs to go on time. It's also incredibly important to our health from this. Both of course our physical health also our mental health. In fact we've photo synthesizes not just trees and plants to do that. We do it to make vitamin d in our skin. On a bright day dame. We'll be hearing a bit more about that later in the program but first joining us now is science journalist. Linda get is. She's the author of the book chasing the sun. And then i want to pick.

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"sun  " Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"We bring you the latest breakthroughs in science technology and medicine. I'm chris smith and i'm outta murphy and this week. We got a global update on covert toxic mercury in glaciers on a new glue. That comes from muscles plus. Fetch your sunglasses. Because we're looking into the science of sunlight from the past to the future. What does the sun meant to humanity the naked scientists podcast is powered by uk fast dot co dot uk covid nineteen predictably continues to hope the headlines in the uk talk is dominated by with the delta variant that we formerly called the indian variant and also a recent uptick in cases could derail the roadmap out of lockdown. For now the prime minister is standbys plans and buoyed up by impressive vaccination rates a half the uk adult population now double vaccinated says he currently sees nothing in the data to suggest we should do. Otherwise although the government are keeping their options open and things might change nevertheless the us is also in an equivalency good place elsewhere in the world though things are not looking so bullish especially in countries that early in the pandemic appear to have gotten off relatively lightly it's also turning increasingly political with pressure mounting on china as where leaders and intelligence agencies joined ranks to ask for more transparency around cova came from chris columbia university infectious diseases epidemiologist. Maureen miller for her view on the current global situation right now developed countries are in an amazing situation. I mean in new york city. Today it was our first non coup-bid deaths day since the pandemic began. I understand that the uk also had no kobe deaths yesterday. We should celebrate that but we should also be aware that the pandemic right now is at its worst phase ever because it is impacting heavily in asia as well as in latin america systems are being overwhelmed. Healthcare is not available. And unfortunately there's not enough vaccine or infrastructure to really start heavy duty vaccination in those countries. Which is exactly what needs to happen right. Now let's pick a bit then. First of all the point you made i developed. Countries are in a position less developed countries less so wise that we recognized inexperienced pandemic early and hard and we also have kind of monopolized the vaccine availability. Once it became available the idea that there would be global. Sharing has not been realized as much as was hoped. I also think in less developed countries. There was belief that it was under control because so many of these cases are asem dramatic. And that's what fuels the spread. People were not testing as much so they just assumed they had it under control and with this virus. That is a very very bad mistake. Is that really going to be the cycle. Then do you think going forward. And as we change something radically we're just gonna keep seeing cycles of lockdowns disease suppression reopening disease. Surging probably fueled by vari- the stem. From some corner of earth. I think until we get a large percentage of the population the global population vaccinated. That is a likely scenario. Ideally we would want to disrupt transmission in a big way that will happen through the vaccination and it is kind of a race against the virus because most of the vaccines work against most of the variance right now. There will be more breakthroughs. And that's what we're seeing. The variance are breaking through. But because the vaccines are effective of the outcomes they were designed to prevent which is deaths and serious disease that causes hospitalization. So we may see people getting more minor disease but that won't kill them as long as they've been vaccinated what is being proposed which is to keep up on the vaccine front with what the virus is doing so update the vaccine to make sure that it can prevent against changes are being accrued in the virus that needs some kind of surveillance system presumably doesn't like the network we have to avail normally what fluids doing exactly and i worry that we are not putting as much energy into that kind of surveillance of we should. The united states has made a decision not to monitor. Mild or as symptomatic cases that breakthrough should they be discovered. And i think that's a mistake. I think we need to really understand what is causing infection in previously vaccinated people and that keeps me up at night because one of the other points is often made. Is that if we had a surveillance system like that. We wouldn't be in the position. We're in now because we would have found corona virus in its present incarnation before it became this big headache. Yes i think it's a little bit more challenging than that. Because by the time it was discovered in wuhan it had probably been circulating for quite some time and mutating to become transmissible between humans. Really we need to identify at four. It becomes pandemic. I guess you're arguing then. That's if we have surveillance that's rooted in hospital that is triggered by a person pitching up in an extreme situation. It's already to light so we'd need some kind of on the ground network that spotting these things that a threat waiting in the wings hasn't actually realized is pandemic potential yet. Absolutely yes and i have been working on a syndrome surveillance system that be implemented in communities where spillover animal to human virus spillover is most likely to occur. But it's not just as simple as as people boots on the ground collecting samples and looking at a presentations to healthcare services to spot. These things is it. Eat needs political bias. And that's been the other major criticism and a big news story this week as well. Isn't it with cooperation. With the chinese government actually buying in to cooperate and be transparent because it would appear that they all not terribly..

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"sun  " Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Is magnified. So when dirty plays or hard fouls come up during a series like between the Lakers and Sons. Yep. If you take it a little bit more personally but you know, at the end of the day it's it's just playoff basketball. I think at its highest level. I don't have anything against Devin Booker for that foul against Anthony. Davis. I still hate Jae Crowder, trust me. I still don't like the guy but he Staple Center crowd. Did not like, Jae Crowder, because they were, they were chasing f j. Crowder. The Staple Center crowd was my was my spirit animal tonight cuz if I could just, if I could just go tonight and say that to him, I would have been totally fine. Would have been worth my, my price of admission, for sure. But but as far as my animosity towards Sun fans, not really like, I mean, look, they had a good series. I I congratulated them on Twitter, I said, hey caress of the sons, they earned it played well throughout the whole way Lakers it have an answer for him. Obviously injuries played a part but really they took a series. They they came out tonight and were the aggressors in a closeout game. You have to respect them for that and Devin Booker was just too much for the Lakers to handle tonight. Like he has been for that the entire series kind of dog. Tip your cap. They're also, we can complain about the file baiting all you want, but there is really none of that tonight because there was no need for it. So, yeah, to answer your question. I don't really have any, any animal them, really? I mean, was it annoying for six games? Yeah, but I mean the Lakers are the losers here and you just kind of have to live with that. Yeah, I'm pretty much the same way like I don't think I will root for them and the next round Series against n. Probably not, I think I'm pulling for Denver, just because like, if the sons had played a clean series, I would be more, I wouldn't be on either side, but I do feel like the sun's resorted to some cheap tactics and things like that..

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"sun  " Discussed on Talk, Tales and Trivia

Talk, Tales and Trivia

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on Talk, Tales and Trivia

"Sun's heat also creates a vast amount of energy on our planet in fact pretty much all energy created and used on earth derives from the sun and one way or another. Did you know that. Many people are aware of harnessing solar energy to create power but the sun is also the main cause of the weather patterns and air currents we experience on our planet how about photosynthesis the oxygen and food. Another way energy is harvested by the sun is in the form of photosynthesis. This process is done. By plants and other auto trophic organisms and is essential for all life on earth photosynthesis involves sunlight being converted into glucose a byproduct of which is oxygen. How about gravity and the perfect distance that is made by the sun our planet and every other planet in our solar system revolves around the sun. We know that our orbit of the sun lasts for three hundred and sixty five days and the complete or forms of year on earth of course this orbital effect is caused by the sons large gravitational poll and our orbit and shores that we consistently remain at the perfect distance from the sun to reap the benefits and not experience temperatures. That are either too hot or too cold for the existence of life on earth light. Well we need light. We all need light. The sun is the main source of light on the planet and ensures the all creatures can see throughout the day. Without this light it would be very difficult to do things necessary for life. Such as attained food. Well now i wanna talk about something. That's really important and at the sun really does produce and that is vitamin d when a human is exposed to safe levels of uv light which is formed by the sun but can also be created artificially as we've talked about in my tale of caution earlier in this episode. It causes one's body to produce vitamin d via a metabolic process which is instigated from uv. Light specifically uv hitting one skin. The main purpose of vitamin d is to help the body to absorb calcium ensuring for strong bones though it is known to have many other positive effects on the body this is an absolute necessity for life to be possible on our planet it does help to ensure that life is healthy.

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"sun  " Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to true. Mysteries of the pacific northwest stories of strange and unexplained people places and events often obscured by the time. I'm your host kit crumb. This particular. Podcast involves the state of oregon and washington to a degree but ranges around in its Content so you gotta bear with me a little bit. I grew up in the tiny town. Cupertino california and it was a tiny town when i grew up unincorporated anyway. We had a number of earthquakes over the years that i was living there. And the word was the big one would take out san francisco. The big one about thirty years ago. I moved to ashland oregon. And all the talk was about the cascadia subduction zone quake that would take out the coast from washington state south seven hundred miles down to portions of the california coast but the big one probably will not be an earthquake at all. I was doing some research from my latest book discovered that the date that oregon became a state. Eighteen fifty nine was also the date. A solar flare struck the earth. The effect was worldwide now in oregon at the time telegraph service was intact between or portland and oregon city at began in eighteen. Fifty five in corvallis in eighteen fifty six in the same year for jacksonville on september. Second eighteen fifty nine and incredible storm of charged. Particle set by the sun slammed into earth's atmosphere overpowered and caused havoc on the ground. Telegraph wires and high tech stuff of time. Suddenly shorted out. In the united states and europe igniting widespread fires colorful aurora normally considered polar saint in the polar regions were seen as far south as cuba and these aurora borealis Colored lights whatever. You wanna call them. We're not just in the sky. They seemed some of them along the ground. What happened earth's magnetic field normally protects the surface of the planet from some storms in eighteen fifty nine the planet's defenses were older well-named over the past decade similar but less powerful storms have likewise busted through giving scientists insights into. What will eventually happen again. The outlaw is not rosy the solar storm of eighteen fifty nine three times more powerful than the one that cut to the entire canadian province into a block out back in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine experts. Say if it happened. Today it could result in unthinkable. Damage to our technologies now. Those telegraph connections. I mentioned in portland oregon oregon city corvallis. Jacksonville were all fried. The portland telegraph station. Reportedly caught on fire. Also trains across. The state of oregon came to a halt when the tracks were electrified. What's commonly referred to as a northern lights or the aurora borealis. Could be seen from anywhere in the state and appeared not just in the sky but for many it could be seen near ground level now this kind of solar flares referred to as a c. m. e. which emanates from the sun is a low frequency event to have an impact on anything it requires a long antenna are power lines are the perfect antenna for receiving this energy. The big issue is that this can destroy the large transformers now. These are not the little garbage cans on telephone pole. You see these are huge transformers. There are no spares these and it takes years to get a new one built. There is a precedent for concern in eighteen. Fifty nine a large seat. Ami cost power surges and telegraph wires. Strong enough to start fires at stations as we know in portland and this particular Solar flare was known as a carrington event. It caused minor damage because our electrical technology was really in its infancy the. What if we were hit today by that same size solar flare. What are the chances well. There was a similar solar flare sixty two years later in. Nineteen twenty one. That would be almost exactly a hundred years ago. Then ninety one years later in twenty twelve another solar flare and in twenty seventeen solar flir. There was a solar flare. that just missed the earth. Had it struck it unlike an emp. Bomb that is directed to say russia or china or the united states. These solar flares involve the entire earth. The last large solar flare that could have done tremendous damage. Was april fourth twenty.

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"sun  " Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"The sun started to get a little yellow and it began to grown and creek the ice crackling like a bad back old. Come on now. Davey cheered break on free. The sun groaned again and then stopped. The bears had melted some ice but it was still stuck fast in the centre. Despite davy crockett's best efforts the world was going to be frozen solid you lousy mangino good mountain davies said kicking at the great frozen ball of sun you frosty freeze dicey icy lousy laos get gone and let the sun rise already as he hollered he let loose one final mighty kick with a long ca crack the sun began to move and then the ice shattered with the sound of a great ringing bell. The son lurched into the sky instantly growing warmer and it's shrugged off the ice in a rising cloud of steam. All right david cried waving his racoon-skin cap in the air and hooting and hollering. Go baby go and the sun rose. Hi over the mountains ended unfroze the cows and it unfroze the people and it unfroze the towns. And that's how davy crockett all on his own saved the world even if the world didn't know it and after that he slid back down the mountain on a slab of hibernating bears and he crawled into their cave right alongside them and slept until spring. It was so warm and cozy. He didn't even mind the snoring the end today story. The frozen son was an adaptation of an american tall tale..

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"sun  " Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"sun " Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"Lived a man named davy crockett. If you've heard of old navy it's probably for his final stand at the alamo or more likely for his raccoon skin cap. The cap was made of thick raccoon for for keeping warm during the harsh western winters. And it had the bushy tail hanging down the back. Davy crockett was more than the alamo and a cap though he was an adventurer one of the brave people who saw the endless frontier and waited in a man at his favorite swimming hole even during the coldest winters rarely would he be sitting peacefully indoors or relaxing. He spent his days out in nature sleeping in the mountains and bathing in the rivers. Other folks thought davy. Crockett might just be a little crazy but if so they were lucky to have him because it was on one particularly cold morning that davy. Crockett saved the world. He woke with the sun as he always did. In those days it was deep winter in the mountains. Where even though the donning son was bright. It didn't seem to offer any warmth at all. Icy wind howled like a banshee and even the animals had the good sense to be hibernating. What a beautiful morning davies said to himself he tried to rise up out of his bedroll but it was so covered in ice. He was stuck fast with a little work. He managed to get an arm free and then he was able to use a hammer and chisel to get the rest of the way out. It's cold one. No doubt he said but it'll get warmer. When the son gets a meyde higher. He tried to get a fire going to make breakfast but all his would was frozen solid even the coals from the night before were nothing but snowballs davey tried to spit in disappointment but it froze halfway to the ground and shattered on an icy stone. Well ours coffee today. I guess he said he makes some coffee grounds into some snow and eight. It like a snow cone. It wasn't tasty but it seemed to help wake him up a little. Where's the darn sun. He said looking at the horizon with a start of shock. He saw that. The sun hadn't risen any higher. It was still stuck on the horizon like tongue on an ice cube and it was starting to look more blue than yellow. What in our nation is going on with that davey climbed up a nearby mountain peak to get a better view. Every step was so icy. Put his hand to his coon skin. Cap to shield. His eyes peered at the horizon. Oh lord no the frontiers mun was brave and he thought he'd seen it all in his adventures. But this was something new and something awful. It was so cold that the sun itself had frozen on the horizon. He could see it stuck between two peaks of ice sunbeam's frozen in their tracks like icicles. Well this is no good at all davies said. He looked in the other direction and saw a little town. At the base of the mountain. The buildings were all coated in a fine layer of ice. Like a frosted cake. The pastors were like sheets of glass. And even the smoke from chimneys was frozen in place. Well darn davy. Crockett said to himself from high up on the mountain peak. Either i'm gonna fix this mess or we gotta get the cows so my skates he thought about cows skating for a minute and decided that they wouldn't like it that much better. He just fixed the problem before all the milk got frozen into ice cream. Of course most people may have been at a loss on how to fix a frozen sun but davy. Crockett wasn't like most people. He didn't wait around thinking or planning or any of that now. He just pointed himself at the frozen sun and started walking.

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"sun  " Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

Absurd Hypotheticals

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"sun " Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

"Earth to current son size sons. It just would not work. Conveniently, there was a way around this. So there is a link between the mass of a star and its luminosity, which is obvious. Is that amount of energy coming out of it? And that link, we use it sort of in terms of our own sun, which is convenient for our purposes right here and it's it's the ratio between the mass of that theoretical star and the mass of our Sun. race three point fifth power so assan twice as big of ours going to have about eleven point three times the luminosity, Assan half as big have about point zero eight times I'm GonNa City so obviously have to throw a little bit there, and it works out that if you have two sons with eighty two percent of the mass of Our sun, you wind up with about half luminosity for each of them, and therefore the same store energy total, so if we had two sons that were eighty percent of of our current son, things be actually basically the same one other cool thing about this. We are so close to gain orange sons of Yellow Sun. A stars. Color Base Mass. And the Yellow Star ranges, eighty percent, the massive are two hundred and four percent, so we're just short of dropping to orange sons. Inspire that one thing we would get. The massive star does also a terminus lifetime. which it's because the mass of a star is how much fuel it has, and you might think. Oh, so a big a big star means last long time, but it also determines how hot it burns, and it burns through much more quickly than the extra fuel you get. So the numbers I saw a son with our son has lifetime about ten billion years a son with seventy five percent, the massive our son. We have a lifetime of twenty one billion years, so we get some extra time, not quite how that but little bit before you know our sun. Turns into a red giant, and we all die from that. Yeah. I did see a cool thing actually is apparently scientists are starting to look more if they're looking for life on other planets, they used to always look for. You. Know Yellow Sons, because that's what we have. And they figured that was the best bet, but they're actually trying to look more at or sons because they're pretty close. luminosity wise, but because they had that extra time, it gives life time to form, so it's more likely that you know the conditions. We'll be right somewhere in that billions of year pie span for life to actually form. So? That's kind of cool thing. I saw there and then finally I also look somewhat into whether or not. He looked like. I had that same thought. And on sheer luminosity, it's not really gonNA work unfortunately. I couldn't somehow you can find like random detail about star wars somewhere. Usually I could not find officially. What the colors of the sons of tattooing are you? Can you dislike? Take screen shot of it. Well the problem is the problem is there's like three categories are yellow, yellow, white, and white, and that goes from eighty percent. Are Our sons math mass, two hundred and ten percent or sons mass? Those three categories and I can't tell exactly where where they fall. As far as I can tell, one of them definitely looks read the other one looks. It looks white, but a white star requires at least one hundred and forty percent of the our mass, and that would give like over three times when we when Aussie, which would bake us immediately, so that clearly can't be right. We'd be a desert planet. Right exactly. Yeah but no, it would like. Burn to center. It would not actually work. I did it assuming yellow, white and red? and. You can get if you do like the smallest yellow White Star and biggest Redstar you wind up with twenty percent more luminosity than our current sun, which would give an average temperature of like eighty two degrees Fahrenheit, which is a lot higher than what we have now still. So it would technically be livable, but it would probably be a planet so I'm going to say that's probably what is tattooing is a yellow. White Star Red Star and we could technically get there, but it would be pretty bad. It would be incredibly unlikely, because not only would. You'd have to have exactly the right size, sons. You would also have to capture the road planet. This is also true. Yeah Tattoo Win could exist. It is going to be the most unlikely planet ever Yep. And that's basically what I have is is we could? We could have a two stars sewer system if we had to eighty percent of our current son sons. which is better than I expected it to go actually. Yes son..

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"sun  " Discussed on Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"sun " Discussed on Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

"Let you try listen to them on. Gutter the podcast that not only entertains but also educates chime the seventh son a tribal from Ati Shah long long ago. They were seven suns in the sky they raise meet the old swu heart that human beings could not bear it so the seven brothers belonging to try called. Munda decided to kill the sons shot adults at them and we'll able to kill six of the sons the seventh some he'd behind hill now with the sun's gone there was darkness everywhere. The deal could not see the Tigers. The elephants bumped into trees. Rabbits walked over the lines and there was confusion all around find a way out the anti Decided to have a meeting a rabbit duly them about one of the seven suns who was still alive and hiding behind hill but who would be the best one to call out to the Sun. I will call out to the sun. Set the nine for he was the king of the forest. Some Sun Li's do not run away from US come back and shine on US Ford the lion but the sun did not listen to him. The elephant called up next leased his trunk and trumpeted some Sun lease come but the sun did not listen to him. The beautiful people dunston pleaded. He stunned the son refused to come out one after the other all the animals called out to the sun but he did not listen to any of them. Finally a rooster offer to call the Sun. Everybody loved the lion was affair leader. So he said. The roosters should be allowed to try stepped forward. Jane Clue we have you on. Surprise The sun beep all delivery from behind the wheel. We still grow again this time. A little bored Oh. The Sun came up a little higher. This cruel father taught this time. It was louder and boiled. The Sun goes high in bright light everywhere. The animals were delighted and the humans failed relieved. The animals also human beings not to kill the son and the agreed since that d still grows in the morning sun rises and shines in the sky. Did you.

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"sun  " Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"sun " Discussed on KQED Radio

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