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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

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"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Perhaps the most <Speech_Male> infamous case of <Speech_Male> decimation occurred in <Speech_Male> the year. Two hundred eighty <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> six with the theban. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Legion <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the legion. Got <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> its name because it was stationed <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in thebes in egypt. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> They <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> were commanded to move to gaul <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> by the emperor. Maximilian <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to put <Silence> down a rebellion. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The legion <Speech_Male> supposedly had <Speech_Male> converted en masse <Silence> to christianity. <Speech_Male> Along <Speech_Male> the way in what is today <Speech_Male> switzerland. They <Speech_Male> encountered another <Speech_Male> group of christians and <Speech_Male> they were ordered to fight them. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> They refused <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> their general. Told them that if <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> they didn't follow orders <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> they would be decimated. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> They still refused <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> so every <Silence> <Advertisement> tenth man was killed. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> They didn't <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> kill each other as they <Silence> <Advertisement> would have refuse that as well <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> after <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the decimation they <Speech_Male> were once again ordered <Speech_Male> to fight other christians <Speech_Male> and they refused <Speech_Male> so <Speech_Male> they were decimated. Once <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> again <Speech_Male> the decimation <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> continued until <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> all six thousand. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Six hundred <Speech_Male> sixty six men <Speech_Male> were killed <Speech_Male> today. The members <Speech_Male> of the even legion <Speech_Male> are considered martyrs <Speech_Male> in the christian church <Speech_Male> and their leader. <Speech_Male> Saint maurice <Speech_Male> has been especially <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> venerated in the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> city of san moritz <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> switzerland which is <Silence> <Advertisement> named after him <Speech_Male> in fact. <Speech_Male> His story is interesting <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> enough. That i might <Speech_Male> do a separate episode on <Silence> it at a later date. <Speech_Male> You <Speech_Male> might think that the practice <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of decimation ended <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> centuries ago <Speech_Male> but unfortunately <Silence> <Advertisement> this is not the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> case. There <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> have been cases of decimation <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in the twentieth <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> century <Speech_Male> during world war. <Speech_Male> One italian <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> commander luigi <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> cardona decimated <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> a unit at <Silence> <Advertisement> the battle of caporetto. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> It <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> was mostly random <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> executions on <Speech_Male> people who are deserting <Speech_Male> but there was an actual <Speech_Male> decimation <Speech_Male> on the one hundred and twenty <Speech_Male> men of the one <Speech_Male> hundred and forty. I can't <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> azzaro infantry <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> brigade who mutinied <Speech_Male> during <Speech_Male> the russian civil war. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Leon trotsky <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> decimated one of the units <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> under his command for <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> desertion. <Speech_Male> The last known <Speech_Male> case occurred <Speech_Male> during world war. Two <Speech_Male> during the battle of stalingrad. <Speech_Male> When the commander <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of the soviet sixty <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> four th rifle division <Speech_Male> <Silence> the unit for cowardice <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> before i conclude <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> i should note that there was an <Speech_Male> additional meaning of <Speech_Male> the word decimation <Silence> which was used in the middle <Speech_Male> ages. <Speech_Male> As the literal meaning <Speech_Male> of decimation is to <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> take one tenth <Speech_Male> a decimation <Speech_Male> became the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> term used for a tithe <Speech_Male> it <Speech_Male> was the percentage of one's <Speech_Male> income that <Silence> was given to the church <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> so the next time you hear <Speech_Male> that something was <Speech_Male> decimated on the news. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Take a moment <Speech_Male> to think about how <Speech_Male> the original meaning of the word <Speech_Male> head to do <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> a soldiers having <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to beat their <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> best friends to death <Silence> <Advertisement> as <SpeakerChange> punishment <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> executive producer <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of everything everywhere. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Daily is james. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Makhala <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> associate producer. <Silence> <Advertisement> Is thor thomsen. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Remember <Speech_Male> to leave a <SpeakerChange> five star <Speech_Male> review to get your review <Speech_Male> read on the show. They <Speech_Male> can be left at apple. Podcasts <Speech_Male> podcast republic <Speech_Male> or wherever <Speech_Male> you listen to the show <Speech_Male> also <Speech_Male> you can help. Support the show <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> over at patriot. Dot <Speech_Male> com <Speech_Male> patrons can get merchandise <Speech_Male> like t shirts and hoodies <Speech_Male> as well. As having <Speech_Male> direct access to provide suggestions for future episodes.

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"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"<Speech_Male> The canaries have <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> exploded as a <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> tourist destination <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> especially during the long <Silence> <Advertisement> dark european <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> winters. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Each of the islands <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> are very <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> different. And that isn't <Speech_Male> just saying. <Speech_Male> There are extreme <Speech_Male> differences between <Speech_Male> the various canary islands. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Take <Speech_Male> for example. The island <Speech_Male> of lanzarote <Speech_Male> lanza rotate <Speech_Male> is geologically <Speech_Male> the youngest of the <Speech_Male> islands. And it still <Speech_Male> very volcanically. <Speech_Male> Active <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> it basically has <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> no trees. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The entire <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> island is almost all <Silence> <Advertisement> volcanic rock <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Tim defy national <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> park. There is a restaurant <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> called el diablo <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> where they <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> cook their food over <Speech_Male> an open <Speech_Male> volcano. <Speech_Male> Yup <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the grill is just an <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> open hole <SpeakerChange> down <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to the hot rock below. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> It uses absolutely <Silence> <Advertisement> no fuel <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> despite the island <Speech_Male> not having any real soil. <Speech_Male> There's actually <Silence> a wine industry. <Speech_Male> Each <Speech_Male> of the vines are kept in <Speech_Male> iraq semicircle to <Speech_Male> protect it from the wind <Speech_Male> and the roots get moisture <Speech_Male> from the do which <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> condenses on the volcanic <Speech_Male> rocks <Speech_Male> the island <Speech_Male> of ten reef which is <Speech_Male> the largest island both <Speech_Male> by population and <Speech_Male> area is also <Speech_Male> home to the highest point <Speech_Male> in spain multi-day <Speech_Male> which is <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> three thousand seven hundred <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> fifty meters <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> or twelve thousand one <Silence> <Advertisement> hundred eighty eight feet tall. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> La gomera is <Speech_Male> home to a terrorist landscape <Speech_Male> where for centuries <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> farmers grew crops <Speech_Male> in the hillsides. <Speech_Male> That's also <Speech_Male> where the home of the unique <Speech_Male> whistling language <Speech_Male> called silvo. <Speech_Male> Gamero is from. <Speech_Male> Farmers <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> would use the whistling language <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to communicate with each <Speech_Male> other across the large <Silence> <Advertisement> valleys on the island <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> today. <Speech_Male> Silvo gamero <Speech_Male> is taught in the schools <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and has been named a masterpiece <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of the oral <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and intangible <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> heritage of humanity <Speech_Male> by unesco <Speech_Male> whereas lens rotate <Speech_Male> ventura <Speech_Male> have very little in the <Speech_Male> way of vegetation. <Speech_Male> Lapoma <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> is a very green <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and lush island. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> It's also home to <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> some of the world's largest <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> astronomical <Silence> <Advertisement> telescopes <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> much of <Speech_Male> the history i spoke of <Speech_Male> earlier can also still <Speech_Male> be found on the islands <Speech_Male> son. <Speech_Male> Chris day laguna <Speech_Male> ten. Arief is <Speech_Male> a unesco world <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> heritage site and <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the old town has building's <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> going back to the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> fifteenth century <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> can also see <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the building where christopher <Speech_Male> columbus stayed on <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> his first voyage to the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> americas <Speech_Male> yet not too <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> far away you can also <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> find the ultra-modern <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> auditorium <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> daytona reef <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> which was designed by spanish <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> architect santiago <Silence> <Advertisement> calatrava. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The <Speech_Male> vast majority of visitors <Speech_Male> to the canary islands. <Speech_Male> Come from europe <Speech_Male> and it's still relatively <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> unknown to north american's <Speech_Male> most <Speech_Male> americans or canadians <Speech_Male> who want to go to an <Speech_Male> island for vacation. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> We'll go either to the caribbean <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> or hawaii depending <Silence> <Advertisement> on the coast. They live on. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> So <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> if you're thinking of a place <Speech_Male> to go on your next vacation <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> consider the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> canary islands. <Speech_Male> The canaries are <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> extremely accessible <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and they are <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> very diverse in terms <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of geology <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> biology and <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> history <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> executive <Speech_Male> producer of everything <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> everywhere. Daily <Speech_Male> is james. 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"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"I spoke about the navigational achievements of the polynesians. They manage to explore the pacific ocean without the use of any advanced navigational tools. Moreover they sailed large outrigger ships that sad very high in the water. Not only did they have advanced knowledge of reefs and how to navigate them but their ships at high tide could often just sale right over them. European navigators weren't so lucky. They had much larger ships that sat much lower in the water if there was an underwater hazards such as iraq or a reef and they were unknowingly to hit it. The results could be devastating. In fact this happened far more often than most people realized just as an example sable island which is a large sandbar off. the coast of nova. Scotia is estimated to have caused at least three hundred and fifty shipwrecks and possibly as many as five hundred and this was just one island. There were many such hazards all over which ships had to avoid. This was one of the reasons. Why accurate mapping was so important there were many voyages where a cartographer was sent along to bring back information to improve maps. However the best map in the world doesn't mean anything if you don't know where you are. This was the problem that beset sailors to know where you were. You needed to know two things. Your latitude your longitude latitude. Which are the imaginary horizontal lines. That go around. The earth was a rather easy problem to solve because the earth rotates around its polls and because there is a star in the northern hemisphere where the poll is. It's possible to determine your latitude by knowing the angle between the pollstar and the horizon. This was done with a sexton which was a device. That could measure angles. If you add to this the use of compass you could know your direction and that was about it. There was way however to determine your longitude. Longitude lines are imaginary vertical. Lines that go from the north the south pole because the earth is always rotating. It's near impossible to get a fix on your longitude based on the stars. This problem was so important that the british parliament passed the longitude act of seventeen fourteen which offered a prize to anyone who could solve the problem. The prize was between ten thousand and twenty thousand pounds depending on the accuracy of the technique in modern day money that would be between two and four million dollars and money went a lot farther back then. The key to determining longitude was time. If you knew the local time and the time at a fixed location you could determine the difference in time and hence the difference in longitude the technique that everyone thought would win out was an astronomical technique. One of the ideas was the technique of lunar distance. The moon moves across the stars at a rate of about half degree per hour. If you have good tables and a good measurement and did the calculations you could determine your local time another technique was to use the moons of jupiter because the four major moons of jupiter orbited at a specific rate if you knew the positions of the moons again with some very good tables you could determine the time. The problem with these techniques is that they didn't really work well on the deck of ship that was pitching enrolling at c. You can't use a telescope and that sort of environment. moreover if the moon wasn't out or jupiter wasn't in the sky at the right time of the year or there were clouds. The technique wouldn't work at all the first british astronomer roy allen sixteen. Seventy five was basically commissioned to work on this problem and develop tables at the observatory in greenwich england. These astronomical techniques did actually work if you are on land if you were in say newfoundland or kingstown jamaica you could figure out the longitude of that spot with decent accuracy and that helped and map-making however it did nothing for aiding navigation on a ship. The solution which eventually won out was the development of an accurate clock originally. No one thought o'clock would work. Because the early clocks required the use of a pendulum a pendulum clock on a rocking ship was about as useless as trying to make astronomical observations on a ship with telescope an english clockmaker by the name of john harrison knew that building a chronic graph was the key to solving the problem of latitude. The trick was engineering o'clock. That could work at c. Yet still remain accurate. Harrison spent forty years working on five different clocks. His first clock was tested on. Avoid in seventeen thirty six and it was able to determine the longitude of the ship to within sixty miles good but not great over the years. He kept constantly improving his clocks. His final version looked like a very large pocket watch. He had solved many of the problems associated with trying to keep time on a ship including the motion of the ship and changes in temperature. His final clocked dubbed h five was tested in seventeen seventy two by king george the third himself and it was found to be accurate to within one third of one second day more than accurate enough to claim the prize however he didn't never technically claim the prize the astronomer royal was on the board overseeing the prize and the board was heavily biased against any non astronomical solution in the end harrison did collect the equivalent of the prize but never the acknowledgement of the parliament. All of the clocks in the british navy were synchronized to the greenwich observatory. Which is the reason why the prime meridian is there. Ny greenwich meantime now called coordinated universal time where ut tc is centered on greenwich in fact if you visit the greenwich observatory. Today you can see the i four harrison timepieces. All of them are still working. You could also hear the cannon which is fired at noon every day which was used so ships could synchronize. Their clocks dearly. Clocks were expensive but they proved their worth captain. Cook used o'clock very similar to harrison's fifth clock on his second and third voyages and he only had glowing things to say about them. In the nineteenth century clocks continue to get better and cheaper and as a result navigation became better and safer as the clocks were installed and worships the number of disasters involving ships running aground plummeted. Eventually as the telegraph became widespread time signals would be sent along. The wire as the signal was almost instantaneous. Measurements of longitude between points became even more precise telegraphs however didn't do much for ships but when wireless communication was developed it allowed ships to get time signals wirelessly which improved the precision of their measurements in one. Thousand nine hundred. A conference was held. In paris. To coordinate global wireless time signals on different frequencies allowing ships to get accurate time information almost anywhere in the globe. The pursuit of longitudinal measurement cumulated in the development of the global positioning system which allows for pinpoint measurement anywhere on earth the development of the. Gps system is a topic which i went into in much greater detail on a previous episode. So if you've ever traveled or purchase something which was made overseas. You have the beneficiary of the solution to the problem of longitude. A problem solved by one determined. English clockmaker in the eighteenth century associate producer of everything everywhere daily. Is thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show. Please donate over at patriot dot com. There's content only available to supporters merchandise and even opportunities for a show producer credit. If you know someone you think would enjoy the show. Please share with them. Also remember if you leave a five star review. I'll read a review on the show..

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Everything Everywhere Daily

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

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I q <Speech_Male> tests. <Speech_Male> They are also significantly <Speech_Male> over represented <Speech_Male> in professional <Speech_Male> orchestras mensa <Speech_Male> and gifted programs. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> They also tend to score better <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> on tests such as the sat <Silence> <Advertisement> and l. sat <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> there <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> have been eight left-handed <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> us presidents <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> which is double <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the rate that would be expected <Speech_Male> from the general population. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Left-handed athletes <Speech_Male> also tend to perform <Speech_Male> better than their right handed <Speech_Male> counterparts. <Speech_Male> This is mostly <Speech_Male> thought to be due to the fact <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> that people aren't <Speech_Male> used to facing left-handed <Speech_Male> opponents <Speech_Male> left handed. Boxers <Speech_Male> do well for this <Speech_Male> reason as do left <Silence> handed tennis players. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Martinez <Speech_Male> breath lava <Speech_Male> rafael. Nidal <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> john mcenroe rod <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> labor monica <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> seles and jimmy connors. <Silence> <Advertisement> Were all lefties <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> left <Speech_Male> handed. Baseball pitchers <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> surprised because <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> they have an advantage. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> However <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> you almost never <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> see left. Handed catchers <Speech_Male> the last <Speech_Male> left handed catcher in <Speech_Male> the major leagues. Was <Speech_Male> benny distefano. <Speech_Male> Who played in one thousand <Speech_Male> nine hundred nine. <Speech_Male> Likewise <Speech_Male> there are almost no <Silence> left handed quarterbacks <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> tag of law who plays <Speech_Male> for the miami dolphins <Speech_Male> is the i <Speech_Male> left handed quarterback <Speech_Male> to play a single down <Speech_Male> in the nfl. Since <Silence> two thousand fifteen <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> this mostly has to <Speech_Male> do with the fact that how <Speech_Male> a quarterback throws <Speech_Male> has implications for the <Speech_Male> entire team. <Speech_Male> A quarterback <Speech_Male> will usually run in <Speech_Male> the direction they are throwing <Speech_Male> which means that <Speech_Male> the offensive line will <Speech_Male> have to behave differently <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to protect quarterback's <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> blindside <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> by <SpeakerChange> the <Silence> hand. They don't throw <Speech_Male> with <Speech_Male> in <SpeakerChange> conclusion. <Speech_Male> We don't <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> really know why some <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> people are left handed <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and some people are right <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> handed. It probably <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> has something to do <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> with the brain. And <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> maybe there's a genetic <Speech_Male> component and <Speech_Male> maybe it has something <Speech_Male> to do <SpeakerChange> with development <Speech_Male> in the womb <Speech_Male> regardless of <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> what happens. Just <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> make sure that you <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> keep your eye on any <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> left handed people you know. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I've <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> been told <SpeakerChange> that they're <Silence> <Advertisement> all sinister <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> associate <Speech_Male> producers of everything <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> everywhere daily. Are peter <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> bennett. 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Everything Everywhere Daily

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"There is another mission. Jointly <Speech_Male> run by the european <Speech_Male> space agency <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and the japan. Aerospace <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> exploration <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> agency called <Silence> <Advertisement> becky colombo. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> It was launched <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in two thousand eighteen <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and it scheduled <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to reach mercury sometime <Silence> <Advertisement> in twenty <Speech_Male> five. <Speech_Male> There are a couple of other things <Speech_Male> about mercury. That <Speech_Male> might surprise you. <Speech_Male> One is that <Speech_Male> mercury is high <Speech_Male> in the list of places <Speech_Male> in the solar system <Speech_Male> that people think could be colonized. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Yes the surface <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of the planet is hot enough <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to melt lead but <Speech_Male> near the poles <Speech_Male> the temperature <Speech_Male> is more moderate <Speech_Male> and suspected <Speech_Male> that like the moon <Speech_Male> there might be <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> patches of frozen <Speech_Male> water. Deepen the craters <Speech_Male> in the polar region. <Speech_Male> There also <Speech_Male> might be metallic <Speech_Male> ores on the surface <Speech_Male> which would also be <Speech_Male> another resource. That could <Speech_Male> be used by the people who landed <Speech_Male> there. <Speech_Male> The other thing is <Speech_Male> an interesting fact that <Speech_Male> you might need to think about <Speech_Male> for a while before it <Speech_Male> makes sense. <Speech_Male> We tend to visualize <Speech_Male> the solar system <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> as a series of rings <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> around the sun <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> representing the orbits <Silence> of the planets. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> When you <Speech_Male> think of the solar system <Speech_Male> this way you can <Speech_Male> easily think that the planets <Speech_Male> which are closest <Speech_Male> to each other <Speech_Male> are the planets that have <Speech_Male> the closest rings <Speech_Male> however. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> This isn't exactly <Speech_Male> how it works. <Speech_Male> The planets are always <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> moving and sometimes <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> they are on the <Speech_Male> other side of the sun from <Speech_Male> each other <Speech_Male> the planet which is <Speech_Male> the closest to any <Speech_Male> other planet changes <Speech_Male> over time. <Speech_Male> If you were to <Speech_Male> ask what planet <Speech_Male> is closest to earth <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> on average. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Most people would <Silence> <Advertisement> say that it's venus <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> at <Speech_Male> its closest point. <Speech_Male> Venus is closer <Speech_Male> than any other planet. <Speech_Male> But it's moving <Speech_Male> and when it's on the other <Speech_Male> side of the sun. <Speech_Male> Mercury is closer <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> it turns out <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> that if you average <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> everything <Speech_Male> that mercury is <Speech_Male> more often closer <Speech_Male> to earth than <Speech_Male> any other planet <Speech_Male> simply due to how <Speech_Male> fast it travels around <Speech_Male> the sun. <Speech_Male> The real <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> head spinner is <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> that mercury <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> is the closest <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> planet <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to every planet <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in the solar system <Silence> <Advertisement> for the same reason. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> If <Speech_Male> this doesn't make sense to <Speech_Male> you there are some animations <Speech_Male> online the <Speech_Male> demonstrate why. This <Speech_Male> is true <Speech_Male> as i stated <Speech_Male> at the start. Mercury <Speech_Male> isn't the sexiest planet. <Speech_Male> It's very <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> hot. Rock whizzing <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> around the sun which is <Silence> very difficult to reach <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> however <Speech_Male> if you managed to go <Speech_Male> outside before sunrise <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> or after sunset <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> on just the right day <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> you might be <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> able to catch a glimpse <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of earth smallest <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and closest neighbor <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in <SpeakerChange> the solar system <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Music> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> associate producer of <Speech_Male> everything everywhere daily. <Speech_Male> Is thor thomsen. <Speech_Male> If you'd like <Speech_Male> to support the show. <Speech_Male> Please donate over at <Speech_Male> patriot dot com. <Speech_Male> There's content <Speech_Male> only available <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to supporters <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> merchandise and <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> even opportunities <Silence> <Advertisement> for a show producer credit. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> If you know someone you <Speech_Male> think would enjoy the show. <Speech_Male> Please share with <Speech_Male> them. 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"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Currently <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> electric vehicles <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> are very expensive <Speech_Male> however as <Speech_Male> with all technology <Speech_Male> this is falling quickly. <Speech_Male> We're probably <Speech_Male> very close to the first <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> sub thirty thousand <Silence> <Advertisement> dollar electric vehicle. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Much of the reason for <Speech_Male> the high price of electric <Speech_Male> cars was <Speech_Male> because it was a conscious <Speech_Male> decision to focus on <Speech_Male> higher end models. <Speech_Male> Because that's <Speech_Male> where the money was. <Speech_Male> Also <Speech_Male> the cost of lithium. batteries <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> keeps falling. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> They have fallen <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in price. Ninety <Speech_Male> eight percent <Speech_Male> over the last thirty <Speech_Male> years <Speech_Male> also as <Speech_Male> of right now. You actually <Speech_Male> can't tow <Silence> in electric car. <Speech_Male> This is because <Speech_Male> of how the motors <Speech_Male> are hooked up to the wheels. <Speech_Male> They can't just spin <Speech_Male> freely neutral. <Speech_Male> Whoever there <Speech_Male> are ways around this if <Speech_Male> you just use a flatbed <Silence> instead of a tow truck <Speech_Male> another <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> thing is the infrastructure. <Speech_Male> We have <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> a well developed infrastructure <Silence> <Advertisement> for gasoline. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> Right now however <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> if you want to charge your <Speech_Male> car away from home <Speech_Male> finding a place to <Speech_Male> charge it might be difficult. <Speech_Male> It's getting better <Speech_Male> but it will take time <Speech_Male> to develop a full <Speech_Male> blown charging system <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> as of right now. <Speech_Male> A cross country road trip <Speech_Male> in electric car would <Speech_Male> be much more difficult <Speech_Male> than with gasoline. <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Male> depending on your route <Silence> it is possible. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> An electric <Speech_Male> cars also <Speech_Male> much more difficult to <Speech_Male> tinker around with <Speech_Male> there is less for <Speech_Male> a mechanic to do because <Speech_Male> the whole system is <Speech_Male> much simpler <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> so if something does go <Speech_Male> wrong. It probably <Speech_Male> can't be fixed in <Speech_Male> a garage. <Speech_Male> Finally <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> lithium ion batteries <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> can be dangerous <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> if punctured <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> but this is also <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> true for <Silence> <Advertisement> a tank full of gasoline <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> much of the future <Speech_Male> of electric cars <Speech_Male> and much of our modern <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> world really. We'll <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> be dependent on advances <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in battery technology <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> almost every week. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> There's news about advances <Silence> <Advertisement> in batteries. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> One of the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> biggest advances. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Which i'll probably talk about <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> more in depth on a future. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Episode is <Speech_Male> solid state. <Speech_Male> Batteries <Speech_Male> solid state <Speech_Male> batteries use a solid <Speech_Male> electrolyte <Speech_Male> whereas lithium ion <Speech_Male> batteries use liquid <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> electrolyte <Speech_Male> solid state. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Batteries might be <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> as revolutionary <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> as lithium. Ion <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> batteries were <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> decades ago. <Speech_Male> They will store <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> more power as <Speech_Male> much as two and a half times <Speech_Male> as much <Speech_Male> charge faster. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> We'll have a longer life <Speech_Male> cycle and <Speech_Male> will be safer. <Speech_Male> They really do <Speech_Male> check. All the boxes. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So electric <Speech_Male> cars are technology <Speech_Male> that have been <Speech_Male> with us for a very long <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> time and their <Speech_Male> benefits have been known <Speech_Male> for well over one hundred <Speech_Male> years. The <Speech_Male> only reason why they <Speech_Male> didn't become the predominant <Speech_Male> form of personal transportation <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> is that battery technology. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Didn't keep <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> up with advances <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in internal combustion <Silence> <Advertisement> engines. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Now <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the battery technology <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> has caught up however <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and is looking <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to improve even more <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> after <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> almost a century. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The time for electric <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> cars <SpeakerChange> may finally <Silence> <Advertisement> be here <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> associate producer <Speech_Male> of everything everywhere daily. <Speech_Male> Is thor thomsen. <Speech_Male> If you'd <Speech_Male> like to support the show. <Speech_Male> Please donate over <Speech_Male> at patriot dot com. <Speech_Male> There's <Speech_Male> content only available <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to supporters <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> merchandise <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and even opportunities <Silence> <Advertisement> for a show producer credit. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> If you know someone <Speech_Male> you think would enjoy the show. <Speech_Male> Please share it with <Speech_Male> them. <Speech_Male> Also remember if <Speech_Male> you leave a five star review. 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"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"He purchased <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> a giant mansion <Speech_Male> and then proceeded <Speech_Male> to create a sculpture <Speech_Male> garden with <Speech_Male> wooden statues of <Speech_Male> forty famous people. <Speech_Male> These included <Speech_Male> george washington. <Speech_Male> Thomas jefferson <Speech_Male> napoleon and <Speech_Male> of course himself <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> inscription at the <Speech_Male> base of his statue. <Speech_Male> Read quote <Speech_Male> i am the first <Speech_Male> in the east the <Speech_Male> first in the west and <Speech_Male> the greatest philosopher <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in the western world <Silence> and quote <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> he <Speech_Male> wrote a book and <Speech_Male> published it giving copies <Speech_Male> away for free. <Speech_Male> The title of the book <Speech_Male> was a pickle <Speech_Male> for the knowing <Speech_Male> ones. It <Speech_Male> was about eight <Speech_Male> hundred words long and it <Speech_Male> was filled with spelling <Speech_Male> errors and it lacked <Speech_Male> any punctuation. <Speech_Male> And when <Speech_Male> i say spelling errors. <Speech_Male> I mean like almost <Speech_Male> every other word <Speech_Male> is misspelled. <Speech_Male> The book went through <Speech_Male> eight <Speech_Male> and in one of the <Speech_Male> later printings. He <Silence> added <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> at the <Speech_Male> end of the book <Speech_Male> he literally just <Speech_Male> added rows of commas <Speech_Male> and periods at the <Speech_Male> end and told the readers <Silence> to insert themselves <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> the introduction. <Speech_Male> I called him. Lord <Speech_Male> timothy dexter. <Speech_Male> He wasn't <Speech_Male> of course lord. He <Speech_Male> was american <Speech_Male> but he wanted people to call <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> him that. If <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> people called him lord <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> he would give children <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> coins or by someone <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and drink. <Speech_Male> He desperately <Speech_Male> wanted to hold public office <Speech_Male> however no <Speech_Male> one thought that he was competent. <Speech_Male> Enough to hold such <Speech_Male> a position. <Speech_Male> He was eventually <Speech_Male> given the title of <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the informer <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of deer. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> His job was to <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> keep track of the towns <Silence> <Advertisement> deer population <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> however <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the town had <Silence> no dear. <Speech_Male> It was an early <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> american equivalent <Speech_Male> of homer. Simpson's bear <Silence> <Advertisement> patrol. <Speech_Male> He would drink <Speech_Male> and cheat on his wife <Speech_Male> which she of course <Speech_Male> didn't like <Speech_Male> so. He treated <Speech_Male> her as if she <Speech_Male> was dead. He <Speech_Male> literally refused <Speech_Male> to acknowledge that <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> she existed. <Speech_Male> Later in his life <Speech_Male> he wanted to see what <Speech_Male> is funeral would be like <Speech_Male> so he faked <Speech_Male> his own death. He <Speech_Male> watched four hundred people <Speech_Male> show up for his wake <Speech_Male> later <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> at the wake. People <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> heard a commotion <Speech_Male> in the kitchen. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> It was timothy dexter <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> hitting his wife with a <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> cane because she <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> wasn't crying <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> at his funeral. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Hey i <Silence> <Advertisement> never said he was a good guy <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> on october. Twenty six <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> eighteen o six <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> timothy. Dexter <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> passed away <Silence> <Advertisement> for real <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> his plans <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to be buried in the large <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> mausoleum on his <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> estate. Where next by <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the city government and <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> he was placed in a plot in <Speech_Male> a local cemetery <Speech_Male> timothy. Dexter <Speech_Male> did have a <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> lot of luck but <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> some of it also might <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> have been him playing stupid <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to get an advantage <Silence> <Advertisement> on other traders <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> but unquestionably. <Speech_Male> There was a lot <Speech_Male> of luck. If <Speech_Male> anything timothy <Speech_Male> dexter proved <Speech_Male> the old adage <Speech_Male> that it's sometimes <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> better to <SpeakerChange> be lucky <Silence> <Advertisement> than to be good <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> associate <Speech_Male> producer of everything <Speech_Male> everywhere daily. Is <Speech_Male> thor thomsen. <Speech_Male> If you'd like to support <Speech_Male> the show please donate <Speech_Male> over at patriotair <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> dot com. <Speech_Male> There's content <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> only available to supporters <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> merchandise <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and even opportunities <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> for a show <Silence> <Advertisement> producer credit. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> If you <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> know someone <SpeakerChange> you think would <Speech_Male> enjoy the. Please <Speech_Male> share it with them. <Speech_Male> Also <Speech_Male> remember if you leave a <Speech_Male> five star review. I'll read a review on the show.

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"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"<Speech_Male> Hans <Speech_Male> frank was hitler's personal <Speech_Male> lawyer and the governor <Speech_Male> of nazi-occupied <Speech_Male> poland. <Speech_Male> He was personally responsible <Speech_Male> for the executions <Speech_Male> of thousands <Speech_Male> of people. <Speech_Male> He had a son <Silence> named nicholas. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Nicholas <Speech_Male> first memory <Speech_Male> of meeting children. His own <Speech_Male> age was at the age of <Speech_Male> four in a concentration <Speech_Male> camp <Speech_Male> and he was not <Speech_Male> at all close <Silence> to his father. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> He was six <Speech_Male> years old when the war ended <Speech_Male> when he grew <Speech_Male> up and learned about the atrocities <Speech_Male> of world. War two <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> understood <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> immediately. The <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> enormity of the crimes <Silence> committed by his father. <Speech_Male> He <Speech_Male> later became a journalist writing <Speech_Male> for playboy in <Speech_Male> the magazine stern <Speech_Male> in germany and <Speech_Male> wrote several books about <Speech_Male> his hatred for <Speech_Male> his father. <Speech_Male> He thinks his father <Speech_Male> was driven by greed <Speech_Male> and ambition. It would <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> have murdered anyone <Silence> <Advertisement> to get what he wanted. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> He still <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> carries around <Speech_Male> a photo of his father. <Silence> <Advertisement> Everywhere he goes <Speech_Male> when asked <Speech_Male> why he does it. He said <Speech_Male> quote. I <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> am pleased by what the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> pitcher shows <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> that he is dead <Silence> <Advertisement> unquote. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I should end up by <Speech_Male> noting. The most tragic story <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> of all the nazi <Speech_Male> children. The children <Silence> of joseph gerbils <Speech_Male> gurgles <Speech_Male> was the nazi <Speech_Male> minister of propaganda <Speech_Male> and his wife maga <Speech_Male> was as committed <Speech_Male> to nazi as her husband <Speech_Male> together. <Speech_Male> They had six children. <Speech_Male> Helga hillary <Speech_Male> helmuth. Hold a <Silence> how to and heidi <Speech_Male> at the end of the <Speech_Male> war of the children ranged <Speech_Male> in age from thirteen <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to five. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The entire <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> family was in the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> bunker. With hitler when <Silence> <Advertisement> he killed himself. <Speech_Male> Despite <Speech_Male> hitler's order that gurgles <Speech_Male> and his family flee <Speech_Male> the bunker he and his <Speech_Male> wife decided to stay <Speech_Male> and kill <Speech_Male> themselves and their <Speech_Male> children <Speech_Male> one day. After <Speech_Male> hitler suicide <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> they killed their six <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> children while they were sleeping <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> via cyanide <Silence> capsules placed in their mouth. <Speech_Male> They <Speech_Male> never had a chance to grow <Speech_Male> up to defend <Speech_Male> or hate their parents. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> These are just <Speech_Male> some of the children of the notable <Speech_Male> nazi leaders <Speech_Male> there were thousands <Speech_Male> of mid-level nazi <Speech_Male> bureaucrats camp <Speech_Male> guards and officers <Speech_Male> who committed <Speech_Male> war crimes major <Speech_Male> and minor who all <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> had families <Speech_Male> all of <Speech_Male> these families and descendants <Speech_Male> had to come to terms <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> what the relatives did <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> during the war. <Speech_Male> The vast majority <Speech_Male> distance themselves <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> from their family <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> members did <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> but a small few <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> like the daughters of caring <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and himmler defended <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> their fathers <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> to the bitter <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> end <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> associate <Speech_Male> producer of everything <Speech_Male> everywhere daily. <Speech_Male> Is thor thomsen. <Speech_Male> If you'd like <Speech_Male> to support the show. Please <Speech_Male> donate over at patriot <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> dot com. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> There's content <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> only available <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to supporters merchandise <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> even opportunities for <Silence> <Advertisement> a show producer credit. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> If <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> you know someone you <Speech_Male> think would enjoy the show. <Speech_Male> Please share with them. <Speech_Male> Also <Speech_Male> remember if you leave <Speech_Male> a five review. I'll read a review on the show.

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"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

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Everything Everywhere Daily

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

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Everything Everywhere Daily

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"My episode on why we celebrate new year's day when we do there's only about six percent more solar radiation hitting the earth than when we are at the farthest point likewise the axial tilt of the earth changes a few however these effects can be big enough when they work in conjunction to cause an ice age. The observed strength of ice ages usually found to be stronger than the millen kovic cycles would suggest leading some climatologists to think that there might be a positive feedback mechanism at work. Something which causes the planet to cool faster-than-expected. The timing of ice ages is still being worked on milankovitch. Kovic predicted that. I say about forty one thousand years apart and that was true up until about one million years ago since then ice ages have come at about one hundred thousand years which corresponds to the eccentricity cycle millan. Kovic cycles aren't just unique to earth like the earth. Mars has all the cycles. I just mentioned except the timing. And the extent of the cycles are different. Researchers estimate that mars has had between six and twenty ice ages over the last eight hundred million years. The martian milankovitch cycle might bring about an ice age every four hundred thousand to two point one million years so of you might be wondering if millan kovic cycles are responsible for the recent climatic changes measured over the last. Several decades and the answer is no milakovic's cycles take thousands if not tens of thousands of years to change. Their facts can't be noticed over periods short as a decade. So the next time you think about the earth as a spinning ball in space realize that the spinning the orbit isn't a static unchanging thing. it's always slowly changing and there are cycles within cycles within cycles executive producer of everything everywhere daily is james. Makhala associate producer. Is thor thomsen remember. Leave a five star review to get your review read on the show. They can be left at apple podcasts. Podcast republic or wherever you listen to the show. also you can help support the show over at patriot. Dot com patrons can get merchandise like t shirts and hoodies as well. As having direct access to provide suggestions for future episodes..

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"More to support it than there is against it either way. Even though the cd could hold seventy four minutes of music there wasn't a seventy four minute version of the ninth symphony released until nineteen ninety-seven primarily. Because the tapes which were used in the studio masters. Were only seventy two minutes long and because most versions of the ninth are less than seventy four minutes. If you've never sat down and listened to the entire nine seventy i'd recommend it. It's now readily available on every music streaming service and there are several versions on youtube. But if you ever get a chance to see it performed live. I especially recommended. It'll be something that you'll never forget associate producer everything everywhere daily. Is thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show please donate over at patriotair dot com. There's content only available to supporters merchandise and even opportunities for a show producer credit. If you know someone you think would enjoy the show. Please share it with them. Also remember if you leave a five star review. I'll read review on the show..

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Everything Everywhere Daily

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Dyke bette midler cynthia. Nixon trey parker matt. Stone and lin manuel miranda. If i had to bet money on the next person. I would put my money on lin. Manuel miranda all. He has to do is make a non stage version of hamilton with an original song. Not in the musical to qualify for the best song category. And here's a good chance to win something. Plus he'd make a ton of money in the process. Likewise if elton john were just do a tv concert special he might be able to get his emmy for al pacino francis. Mcdermott viola davis and the other actors. Who need a grammy. I would recommend going into your basement and recording spoken word album as a vanity project. There's a good chance to win on name recognition alone. Heck ken jennings was nominated last year in that category and he's just the jeopardy guy. I should close by noting that there's also a thing called a regard which is an egot winner who also wins the razzie award which goes to the worst performances of the year. The only winner is alan. Menken won a razzie for worst song for high times. Hard times from the musical newsies. Don't worry allen you can't win them all the except i guess in your case you actually did you associate producer of everything everywhere daily. Is thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show. Please donate over. Patriot dot com. There is content only available to supporters merchandise and even opportunities for a show producer. Credit if you know someone you think would enjoy the show. Please share with them. Also remember if you leave a five star review. I'll read a review on the show..

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Everything Everywhere Daily

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Mount tamboura is located one hundred seventy five miles east of the island of bali indonesia prior to the eighteen. Fifteen explosion was one of the tallest mountains in indonesia at approximately forty three hundred meters or fourteen thousand one hundred feet high. For centuries prior the mountain had been dormant however there's a big difference between a dormant volcano and an extinct volcano. It can be very difficult to tell. The difference between the two as a dormant volcano can be inactive for thousands of years before coming back to life. The volcano on the island of montserrat was considered to be extinct before arriving in one thousand nine hundred and the four peaked mountain in alaska. Hadn't been active for ten thousand years before interrupted in two thousand six jealousy was still in its infancy in eighteen fifteen so no one was prepared or expected what was about to happen. What was happening is a deep below. Mount tambour a magma chamber had been slowly filling over centuries miles below the surface the magma chamber was emptied at some point in the distant past and slowly began to refill when the chamber filled the pressure inside began to drastically increase. The first signs of the volcano was coming back to life occurred three years earlier in eighteen. Twelve the volcano begin to rumble and steam started to rise. Things remained at this low level of activity for about three years until april fifth eighteen. Fifteen on april fifth a giant explosion took place. The explosion was heard almost a thousand miles away on various islands around the indonesian archipelago. Many people thought that sounded like gunfire. This was just the start would be almost two weeks of continuous eruptions. The next day on april sixth ash began falling on the eastern side of the aisle of java april tenth the biggest eruption yet took place witnesses saw giant plumes of lava that shot up from the volcano and then fiery lava began flowing out covering the entire mountain pyroclastic flows of hot gas and volcanic matter came down the side of the mountain and over one hundred miles per hour destroying the village of tamboura bury the city of pompeii in italy. Only hundreds of times greater the heat of the pyroclastic flows caused winds that were hurricane strength which uprooted trees a column of smoke and ash was sent twenty five miles into the stratosphere pumice ejected from the volcano would float on the water and was so thick that ships couldn't leave the port. The explosions continued until april eleventh ash and pumice continued to be thrown into the sky for another six days. The major activity on the volcano didn't cease until april seventeenth and minor activity continued on tamboura through july by any measure. You choose the timber. Explosion was the greatest volcanic eruption in at least the last ten thousand years. And maybe even since the mega toby eruption seventy thousand years earlier which is absolutely going to be a future. episode eruption. Devastated the island of symbolic where it was located as well as nearby islands such as lombok sumbawa was covered a meter and a half of volcanic ash. The forest and crops on the island and many nearby islands were totally destroyed. Explosion in april tenth caused soon nami that killed thousands on nearby islands. The fourteen thousand foot volcano had lost nearly four thousand feet of its height being reduced. Only nine thousand three hundred fifty feet tall to put the tambour explosion into perspective. It was about one hundred times bigger than the mount. Saint helen's explosion in about ten times bigger than the krakatoa explosion. Sixty eight years later. On the volcanic explicity index the tambora eruption ranked seven which is the highest score ever recorded in human history. However as great as all of the destruction was in the immediate area was nothing compared to the long term effects from the volcano. All around the world as the ash was shot into the upper atmosphere. Many of the larger particles quickly fell down. However a finer particles in sulfur dioxide remained in the atmosphere for years all of that particular manner in the atmosphere was the cause of some spectacular sunsets as well as dropping the global temperature. Several degrees eighteen sixteen became known as the year without a summer as the world saw. Its cold summer. In centuries in quebec city for example they had a foot of snowfall. In june people took out their horse lays new england and use them after the june snowfalls. One person named pharaoh chesney virginia later recall quote on july fourth water. Frozen cisterns and snow fell again with independence day. Celebrants moving inside. Churches were hearth fires. Warm things might end quote. Frost were reported in virginia on august. Twenty first and twenty second in india it radically affected the monsoon schedule which resulted in three failed harvests. An outbreak of cholera which spread through much of south and central asia in china crops died due to extremely late for us in disrupted rain cycles. The global crop failures around the world led to famine. The islands immediately around tamboura suffered famine almost immediately after the eruption as all the fields were destroyed and there was no way to get them food given the conditions in the early nineteenth century. Their fresh water supplies were also contaminated by the volcano. in europe. the crop failures led to riots. It was the worst famine of the nineteen th century and the last great famine to occur in europe. Typhus outbreak also occurred in many major cities around europe due to the conditions in ireland led to an increase in rainfall which flooded the fields. And ruin the crop. It rained continuously in ireland. For eight straight weeks in the united states led to fail. Crops and significant social changes farmers out east dispirited. By crop failures moved west. All of the population gains in the state of vermont sensor admission to the union evaporated s people left the migration resulted in the creation of the state of indiana in eighteen sixteen. It's difficult to pin down the exact impact of the tamboura explosion. Because of the secondary and tertiary effects of the blast. Famine social unrest in pandemics on multiple continents can all be traced back to tambora the death. Toll has been estimated as high as a quarter million people but those estimates are only for the immediate impact of the explosion in the area around indonesia once you factor in the other effects of atmospheric ash from india china europe and north america. The death toll is probably in the tens of millions idle enough even though this is the biggest volcanic eruption in the last ten thousand years. At least many people are unaware of it. They are far more familiar with other smaller. Eruptions like krakatoa or pinatubo mostly because those eruptions occurred in an area with electron communication and photography. Tamboura has been mostly forgotten even though it was an order of magnitude larger than any other eruption in recent memory. The lesson of tambora is that something can happen on an unknown island on the other side of the world that can have dramatic repercussions all over the earth associate producer of everything everywhere daily. Is thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show please donate over at patriotair dot com. There's content only available to supporters merchandise and even opportunities for a show producer credit. If you know someone you think would enjoy the show. Please share with them. Also remember if you leave a five star review. I'll read your review on the show..

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Everything Everywhere Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"There are several places around the world that are subject to special rules of extraterritoriality. Vatican city has special extraterritorial status. Within the city of rome there are a host of churches that are under vatican jurisdiction including the papal summer retreat. A castle gandolfo. The grounds of the united nations in new york city have extraterritorial status as well. Although the host country in this case is the un they have created rules to govern diplomats with you and credentials. There are memorials in graveyards around the world which also have extraterritorial status for example. The american cemetery in normandy. France is subject to the laws of the united states on the remote island of saint helena in the atlantic ocean. The longwood house weren't a polian lived in exile is owned by france and is under french jurisdiction. I actually met the french void of the who has lived there for over thirty years. The tomb of sulimane shah the grandfather of osmond. The first founder of the ottoman empire is located. just one hundred eighty meters over the border of turkey and syria. there's Turkish honor guard station there and they fly the turkish flag. But the territory is syrian. Perhaps the most unique ace is the headquarters of the sovereign military order of malta in rome the knights of malta have extraterritorial status in both italy and malta and they have diplomatic relations with several countries. But they are not themselves a country. They are interesting and worthy enough for future episode. So if you ever walk into an embassy or shake hands with a diplomat realize that legally you're dealing with someone or someplace that is working under a totally different system of laws executive producer of everything everywhere. Daily is james mcculloch associate producer. Is thor thomsen. Remember to leave a five star review to get your review read on the show. They can be left at apple. Podcasts podcast republic or wherever you listen to the show also you can help support the show over at patriot dot com patrons get merchandise like t shirts and hoodies as well. As having direct access to provide suggestions for future episodes..

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Everything Everywhere Daily

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"thor thomsen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The observed strength of ice ages is usually found to be stronger than the millen kovic cycles would suggest leading some climatologists to think that there might be a positive feedback mechanism at work. Something which causes the planet to cool faster than expected. The timing of ice ages is still being worked on. Kovic predicted that i would be about forty one thousand years apart and that was true up until about one million years ago since then ice ages have come at about one hundred thousand years which corresponds to the eccentricity cycle. Milne kovic cycles aren't just unique to earth like the earth. Mars has all the cycles. I just mentioned except that the timing and the extent of the cycles are different. Researchers estimate that mars has had between six and twenty ice ages over the last eight hundred million years. The martian milankovitch cycle might bring about an ice age every four hundred thousand to two point one million years. Some of you might be wondering if mellon kovic cycles are responsible for the recent climatic changes measured over the last several decades and the answer is no milakovic's cycles take thousands. If not tens of thousands of years to change their effects. Camping noticed over periods short as a decade so the next time you think about the earth as a spinning ball in space realize that the spinning the orbit isn't a static unchanging thing it's always slowly changing and there are cycles within cycles within cycles executive producer of everything everywhere daily is james. Makhala associate producer. Is thor thomsen. Remember to leave a five star review to get your review bread on the show. They can be left at apple. Podcasts podcast republic or wherever you listen to the show also you can help support the show over at patriotair dot com patrons can get merchandise like t shirts and hoodies as well. As having direct access to provide suggestions for future episodes..

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