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"thornhill" Discussed on Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast
"Even for a bid and then he didn't look good again until i mean thornhill. You'll look really great in the postseason. Look like the old but then now even a training camp six months later. He's saying yeah. I haven't been one hundred percent and now i'm dealing good another half year later on. Like what do you make of that. I think part of it has got to be just game shape conditioning. I think i don't know if they rushed him back or not but he obviously was getting set. I think more so for playing reasons less so than injury reasons. Because you don't just sit a guy all of a sudden because he's banged up you do it. Because he's claiming that poorly..
"thornhill" Discussed on Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast
"I'm not gonna lie. They sent us this matt. It's pretty sweet way better than the scissors like. Don't use scissors anymore. I now use the lawnmower four. I'm not even kidding. I used to use scissors matt like. I know that. Seems like it's hard to believe. This has to be a better way. This is the better way. Feels like you're wondering away from the secta me. Well just say you're supposed to slip something. Yeah anyway let's get. Let's go to it my friend training camp month after month after month of like recreating the roster on paper we've got real football players wearing real football colors on real football field running real drills. And tomorrow they're all showing up. And i mean this is like are you partying right now. You how you feel about camping here. We'll do you see the half empty twelve pack behind me because then yeah. I'm obviously partying right now. This is what we live for. We get a live for actual football news. I actually got a chance to talk to adam thais today. He's going to be at training camp. he's already been there. He was one of the few that was their last year. And he's excited. There's already a lot to take away. Obviously mahomes being healthy. That was big but andre baker. One thornhill seeing some of these big named guys already getting working is such a promising start. Yeah yeah i love it i love. There's a lot to talk about here but before we do. We're going to get lost in the news of the day. Whatever but let's have a moment of silence for the lack of anthony sherman outfits that we're going to have this year can we get that. Do you have like a soundtrack. Something some i was. I don't know who are one out. I was legit about to poor like my drink out on the floor. Right here i go. I would have to clean it up..
"thornhill" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"We had had the opportunity to hear from thornhill and de'andre baker and now we continue on with josh canedo. And now we continue on with josh canedo and we continue on with josh canedo in your time so far here obviously in here i work at least mini cams now being here three brennan daily work with you. And he's tried to owning. Grow your game in his rookie year. He'd been honing in on fundamental is good to go back to ground zero and just work on common. Be part of the. I know that has field. I'm not literally literally live in my dreams. So i just take a day and do a spe- happy in a moment to get better. Everybody ought to ought to be very helpful. You know talk shows the roads and stuff. So yeah i've been carried over from. Ota's the training camp throughout the playbook more trying to keep your sold abreast of the full Said just said fundamentals. The stuff on hands hips feet. And no my playbook. There's no known little stuff like that knowing where to be. What do you know helping you. I'll bet fisher. Was that time during as many camera to be around those guys for training camps. You kinda what's going on said they have. They've been here before me to me a with the basics and stuff and i know the football from getting the house system and this and that so just they've been there already and listen to us what they already pre rookie year over like that Playbook and ruined the team fundamentals with your hands. How often do you incorporate martial arts with one hand movements of. I've tried a very like suddenly but that'd be something Hunting future what over here like and and stuff like that. That's really oliver whether it was meant to you so far And one of those conversations like he's been very he's been doing a good job helping us learn day by day has been trying to rush things you know. He's been doing a good job trying to kind of ease us in you know. Get comfortable much. I miss a lot on our plate but the way to handle it has been you know still been a high volume. But he's been handling. Well what are you. Are you looking forward to be able to talk to be ever full out here. But trump able to be a football player. The batch of course this will close the for sure anything going on between the blissett of you rookies together to this system. Gossiping really in house will be all this stuff. I deliver cats so we can all kind of get together the communication and things like that just kind of get a feel for the place and get our own bob. You know what i'm saying you can't that has run your when you see a guy like that clubs player like over the past nakad. Dan patrick decider. What is he's wrong. Everything was about him is true but it's a different to see it in person. He looks boys in patient by the nose daily. What he's doing this one. Some of the best. I've ever seen in person to be honest. Support for this episode comes from.
"thornhill" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Quarterbacks camp on the campus of missouri western state university in saint joseph and after the practice we got an opportunity to speak with safety one. Thornhill cornerback de'andre baker and rookie defensive. End josh canedo. So we'll listen to thornhill and baker. We'll take a quick break. And then you'll get to hear from josh. Cain but right now here is one of the safeties for your kansas city chiefs. One thornhill the great. I love that coach. Rahmael here on this this little camera here. Because i got a chance to get moving and get my feedback up underneath uneaten. But i feel better than i have a long time. You still think most people. Oh yeh super bowl was. It was rough. He's got a battle. We gotta practice on and get back to where we want to be. So i don't want everybody knows might take you know but i've been Working out i've been eating. I love him food and traveling a little bit. Hasn't the go to vegas to see new hotels out there. So i had a lot of fun. This autism signed design or genucel procedure during the jeevan. Ot as. I just wanted to work a little bit more on my knee just to make sure it was one hundred percent for the season I still got some out there. I was psycho spags communicating calls. I individual juris just to get my legs moving. I wasn't completely out of it. But it was more of a mental thing disarming to give back and can't be percent felt there income last year remember close to one hundred percents Honestly i had to play it off a little bit. I wasn't at one hundred percent but it was just more about the mental. Like i had to tell myself. Okay it's going to hurt but you gotta play through it. So that's why. When they enter the season game you saw me make them more plays just because it's more mental and i just pushed myself through that mental block and ads started feel better wanted for quite a spectacular level and i that tries to get back to take years time. How have you managed to deal with okay. My body is not letting ear might that process of getting back through back rookie. Phenotype see i had conversation. The way retiring when mesa. He'd been through a two times and he was telling me that that it was going to be. Sometimes i was. I read it. And i was going to be like a step slow on a play or things like that and i saw during the season. Multiple times deception knocked. The ball down bows half a second too late but the biggest thing is just like stand confident key and we're gonna guys strengthening my knee. Stay on top recovery. And i'll definitely be back to where i was my rookie. Feel you're you're. They're entering this camp. I good hundred percent right now as each game was. Do you feel that was the best that you can give give him the circumstances and just what did you take from the postseason giving you this as a rick. I mean i just took it all in. Because like i remember sitting on the sidelines watching the super bowl my rookie season and it hurt and i was just like i'm gonna give everything i got in these playoffs that give back to where we were and that's what i did. I play my play. One hundred percent and i made some plays and i definitely felt like i played pretty good pussy expect from herself. You know that you know playbook you know what's expected of you if you are able to be hundred percent. What do you think you're gonna. I'm putting myself at the top of the list. I'm town is a heck of a player so we compete every single day. He say interception his game. I say well we'll get to. That's how he does always just definitely gonna put myself at the top of the list for sure you said you're by any of the early part of of camping avatar tiger kind of the old guy the second day giving you anything to veteran presence or some of the other guys couple days. Yeah i love it. Just because of the guys. I always wanted to rookie and tire. And he was he. We were going through the play bug at the same time but he had a little bit more. He was a little ahead of me. But we've been here. There's some rookies does not really sure how camps gonna go basically. I don't have to say a lie. Just tell them to follow me and if there's cause they don't know how communicate and walk them through it if they mess up on a plate is okay. Everyone like you're gonna make mistakes. They just get through. If we get to play move on campaign we got up to speak with andrea baker. What have you seen in hand since he got here last year. Excuse me just because of the fact that he struggled with injury it took time it he was like it was malaysia sitting there and watch him but watching them out of here. He's been doing a heck of a job he's been lays movement and look. It looks pretty good to me. How much last year did not having. Ta's trevor come back from that injury heard you versus this year. Having to all these the team of you're in the club this year. I felt like just that bothered me. Just because of the fact that wasn't around a lot of the guys like i was fighting that battle alone just like we. Uta so you just by yourself. You want to see the gaza because you need to have someone to surround you to talk to him and just like to lift you up sometime. And i didn't have that booth this year. I had guys always around me. Just just the joke around in the locker room have fun and then like i also watch football like even i wasn't participating now is out there watching cars and communicate with ghosts bags and i just still allow me to keep my game.
"thornhill" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"Find and follow the purpose they life would be fulfilling. We wouldn't have all of the division or the nonsenses going on right now. This is my head for the future and the present. I'm writing the book which will wear all of this out. Yes i heard you mentioned that in a previous interview. What more can you say about this next book because it seems to be one that is going to look at many different aspects and tried to take that full on holistic approach to kind of explain everything. That's the just that. I seem to be picking up on. This is different to the things over in the past. Because i've got a research assistant. Who is doing an amazing job. In tracking down the differences the history of ideas and showing how electric universe at every step has been able to either predict or explain things simply while mainstream view of things. Conventional consensus view has on a hit one brick wall after another and been unsuccessful in predicting anything Use it will be unlike anything that's been written before because it has this historical background on looking at characters in the past. It should be very readable. You donate any mathematics and need to do is the pace together. I here in story which shows everything. Like a huge jigsaw puzzle with all the pieces in place that you can actually see the entire picture mug size today. As a whole set of jigsaw places scattered on the floor by comparison Right on what is just so much information. One of the last things. I want to ask you about was the grid. Obviously tesla had some thoughts. But what you know about electricity. Would you rework our power grid. Are we going about harnessing it the wrong way are we vulnerable to the sun's energy in that regard when you think about the way we harness electricity here on the planet and maybe how we can do it better we. It's pretty primitive in regards. The sepah experiment is showing that we can produce pal supplies of any size. You want. it's scalable say could power cities oh neighborhoods so whatever you would not need in tractor would be a waste of money having national. Grid's you don't need to do that. He can provide power on a very like allies basis. He would also. I might give a huge difference down here in australia. Because of over bush mas serious bushfires positive started by transmission. Lines the filo to the grand california to you. But that's really interesting so just before. I let you go if you were to approach the task of powering. A neighborhood with what you've discovered in the sapphire project. How much room would you need for that. Device erred that many electric star to power a neighborhood in how it get to the houses just typical wiring through to the central electric star. This is to make it complicated. You just use wiring to the people who needed or the industry or devices or whatever needs it and the sapphire reactors squad compact shaggy us something. The size of a shipping container could do quote a number of houses. Imagine wow and tesla's seem to think there was a way to get electricity. Wirelessly be implemented or is that not really no. I'm not interested in interfering with the electromagnetic spectrum. It's already a mess. And no biologist knows what effect electromagnetic signal will have on a biological system simply because they don't understand this sort of quantum level resonant structures and signaling that goes on in a biological system alley reasoning which survives long as that the signaling is designed kind. This tesla was using. That is the longitudinal wife taught signaling. And when i say why is not actually a wife. It's a direct signal so there is no such thing as a gravitational wave as such right. Yeah i mean that's interesting are our phone companies electric companies. They seem to just willy. Nilly throw out all kinds of signals into our environment. Millions elon musk's trying to do his star net thing. That's like not so safe because there is a relationship between biology and electricity. It's not safe because they don't understand what they're doing. The biologists done understand life and the radiation guys don't understand were what the connection is between electromagnetic signal and one of these biological signals while we got all kinds of problems to work out at scenes but moorish is one of the exciting things for me. Is that the number of questions that i raised in the possibilities that i put forward could keep mobile universities going for a century a i agree definitely but this has been a serious pleasure once again. I definitely think there are many alternative areas of study that seemed to be overlapping and coming to similar understandings way. More often than i was seeing even five years ago. When we last talked so xining time to be alive i would say thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts with before we call it in. Give people any information they might need important lengths or anything to follow up on what you might have gone on in the future. On top of that book you're working on will the mine public. Interfaces thunderbolt thought info mon website which is being looked after by the same outfit unplaced dot com if people wanted to follow the progress of the sepah resolves they can look at orient dot c. canada a In dot c a very cool great resources and people at the haven't read the electric universe book by now it's been out a decade. It's about time but man. This has been a lot of fun. You're working time is very much appreciated. Keep doing what you do out there and take care. Okay thanks greg. Oh my my good people. On the internet. The return of the thunderbolts project co parent wal thornhill riding along the cutting edge the new paradigm and for me. The electric universe model does feel right or at least way more right than the conventional one. It almost seems esoteric. Jason's no mathematical gymnastics. No needing to shoehorn in equations to get the pieces to fit just seems to make sense and it's a much more elegant and simplified model kind of jobs with the hollow fractional facto stuff too. I mean as above so below the same principles of nature at different scales..
"thornhill" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"Mad a sword and then you had venus who was oh as female goddess long flowing hair and also was the arkansas of the medusa. And the gordon the head of snakes. What was it about these planets then. There was a frightening the daylights out of air forgotten ancestors and he was able to identify the fact that venus was the archetypical common. It must've been my spectacular thing imaginable in the sky. If you can imagine a common with the head the size planet and it was saying in relative close up and it was a danger at various times in past history which of course flew in the face of the belief in the newtonian clockwork solar system and this path of venus. The state that venus was in. I've heard you say this is what you think is responsible for the or boroughs symbolism. Yes that's right. The birth of venus was witnessed that sames by the ancients. And i described it makes sense once you understand the electrical nature of stars and the birth of planets and stars which is an electromagnetic phenomenon is no gravitational all of these things make sense once you actually pay attention to the history and in two thousand. We had an amazing meeting in portland oregon following a conference where we had held up the astronomer. We had tom. Band flanders the astronomical guy as well. Who was looking at solar system dynamics and we had anthony per from los alamos labs who was involved in the highest energy electrical experiments on earth at these e pinch facility and at the end of it. We had a meeting. Just with all of the presenters and the people who organized the conference dave talbot myself douadi kaduna the myth historian if cochran and his another one of the good and you can say that as an entirely multi disciplinary group mad engineers we had ancient scholars language specialist ancient language specialist and so on in that group and tiny pratt said that he never imagined the when he went hunting in the disney los alamos and he saw the indian petroglyphs that what he was looking at was mimicking the things he was saying in these high energy electrical experiments where they funnel more energy than while the pass stations on earth into something the size of a bag thing ten and custom one hundred thousand. Us to rebuild the facility when they do the next experiment. Wow how ha- so. This was a convergence of the best of modern science with the studies of the most ancient records. Nine two man of what they saw the sky and you tiny actually went and said yeah this. This changes everything and so. He organized people around the world to photograph the petroglyphs because they are worldwide and to also registered the position with. Gps and to their relationship with the south pole of the north pole was in relation to the petroglyphs and he was able to show that it was a paula phenomenon that they were looking at and the followed the natural progression of what's called plasma instabilities because plasmas high-energy plasmas take on. All sorts of interesting shops were quite characteristic and he out of the shows progression of shapes in these petroglyphs. Are these things. That look like weeds. Stick figures with duct heads and whatnot. The appear to be just doodles on the rocks. Were actually very hard work to do. Because tiny actually attempted to do winning so far one of the rocks and he said boy would do this for fun so what the doing. They felt was critical to pass on to future generations as a warning and he had dotted all around the world. Chiselling rocks the australian aborigines who have very ancient history. Have their lightning brothers in rock out. Enough in the kimberley's they have these one gena figures they called and i described them and i say the headdresses lightning at radiates all around the head and the nose is not enough as it is the power flowing down when you look at it sometimes as a shan whole column and that's plasma formation so tiny actually able to go on and show that one of the patents is one of fifty six dots in a circle around a writing patent and he found them in the north american indians had them and there was an example in australia from the australian aborigines exactly the same pattern and he overlaid the too and he said when you ride tight them to account the difference in latitude and longitude they match So evidence slap this shows that the store via humanity is five different. Turning we've been told is far more dramatic would make the nice incredible by max movie could ever imagine and the possibility is there to actually do it now. Because the specificity of the reconstruction by david tower browder cow. Donna is sufficient to be able to do yes man so many questions and i'm very familiar with what the electric universe model says about our solar system's history. And how everything got to wear. It is now. But you mentioned that when you look at these petroglyphs in their orientation. It seems like we're dealing with the polar phenomenon and something that i've been reading about lately. Is this idea of what they call an electro magnetic plasma changeover event. Oftentimes it's tied up with the idea of a pole shift but it can get a lot stranger with talk about a plasma vortex opening up over the north pole that this is what an ascension and heavens stories are really alluding to so they say if government scientists discovered this type of event was possible or that it was cyclical i could see why they'd suppressant than that relates to it. But what are your thoughts on the idea of electro magnetic plasma changeover event. Is that a term. you've heard. Is there some kind of global catastrophe that could be possible with this plasma cosmology understanding that would never be entertained and a conventional model. That kind of stuff. Oh yes yes. Absolutely invoked fact. The magnetic field of stars and planets is not explained to settle. Its first off to some hypothetical activity in saw the body. We can actually see it. And this is typical of a lot of the theories. Like for instance. The nuclear power of the sun was hidden from view. It's in the center of the sun. We saying now it's rotten front of your eyes. If you've got the sense to to say it.
"thornhill" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"Humanity in the twentieth century scarred. Worse in the twenty first century and of course after the second world war and the introduction of computers the divorce of science from the experimental saad is one of the experimental size nodding centuries were excellent engineers to that the exquisite instruments and so on two major things of course technology is improved the instrumentation but the science behind it as just lacking sorry we spend millions and billions of dollars on gigantic experiments. Which can't be repeated by anyone else because no one else can afford to do it therefore the things that come out of it generally what's expected because you've spent so much money you've got to have a result and so this kind of self fulfilling so we've got revenue wife telescopes and gravity wave measurements then. No-one in physics understands gravity. I wrote a crisis. Newton and the sense decided he didn't understand gravity but he's an equation that works in the solar system and the fact that it didn't work once they applauded to galaxy should been a signal that there was more to learn but instead of that by invented doc mattress firm bose dock stuff which the spending millions and billions of dollars trying to find his doc matter that's needed to save the gravitational theories instead of considering the fact the i you need to understand gravity and then then you can talk about getting money for these kinds of experiments so fortunately i was inaugurated against all of this stuff very early in my schooling and kept asking awkward christians which man's at rs not fit for academia than unlocked action. Ask awkward questions but all the same. The thing that i found most difficult all this over the deck is i've been doing. It is to drop old certainties things that you being told that everyone else believes and that you find problems with and then finally have to make the decision. I guy i just have to give up on this i have to follow with the evidences leading me and a bitter that that i think over the years to the point now where i believe. The tongue of gravity satisfies all of the tested. I can think of and that it explains all sorts of things which are mysteries in prison yes. That's one of my favorite things about your work is just all the little details that can be explained and sometimes like engine ever thought of before couldn't work out and then you're like wow that's actually quite simple and pretty elegant and another thing. I've heard you say that i liked. Was that classical. Physics wants to simplify stuff. Because when it's made overly complex that is what pretty much establishes a scientific priesthood over the field and that sounds like a pretty familiar paradigm today. Years attracted setup. Help nap there is a leading. Astronomers said that the science today has the whole max of a religion and none of its benefits absolutely so on your linked profile you say why have these discoveries been ignored. The answer may be found in the inertia of prior beliefs and the failure of our educational institutions. And that's certainly seems like part of it. Maybe i give academia too much credit. But i find it hard to believe that. It's all ego and stubbornness and left brain thinking. It seems like there is some intentional misdirection. I mean don't step out of this conventional box or your career is ruined you know. Are these people really just that close minded or did our conventional sciences. Get where they are because there's something they don't want us to stumble upon whether it's energy implications or the story of our past. I get the vibe there. Some kind of secret that they don't want to get mainstream. Maybe several am. I being paranoid what do you think. I don't think it's intentional. Education system actually trains students to be blind to alternatives. This were shunned by the filler in england. Dr ian mcgill. Chris has killed. Expelling is in for ian but a celebrity a way because he did a meta analysis of all the studies on how the brain functions and came to the conclusion that the two hemispheres. Are there know the. Brian is divided for a reason he said nightmare does anything for no reason. And he said to hives of the brian connected by the corpus. Callosum is cold and it appears that the corpus callosum uprights to suppress one or the other hemisphere your one hemisphere dominates certain tasks in the other hemisphere dominates and others then. He pointed out that the left hemisphere in animals and in humans. That appears is focused on survival. So the things you need to do to survive like way to find food and how to had waited just basic things like that. The right hemisphere is hemisphere which has a more global perspective on his on the lookout for danger. You may be busily eating lunch but you don't want to be someone else's latch. There was the way he put it but he points out that education systems fade the lift hemisphere. Which is the automatic one whereas the right hemisphere that has the more global view so this training as you know is to produce people who are specialized in different fields. This idea of specialism is the thing that files us when it comes to doing size because the scientists of all were trying classically. Thi- new agent history. I new languages and you're all sorts of stuff because that was the way that our trained and so when they were dealing with physics question like newton he was also considering what are the implications for biblical narrative and stuff like that and this is way vilakazi came from because he was looking at the narratives of the creation stories from around the world did matter with primitive crashing stories or those in the areas major religions said there are characteristic features in them which you can see are identical. This is what i've tober used as the basis of history. Such a surprising thing. Is that when you've accepted that as you're working premise you are able to stand that. The planet's had characteristics which were associated with them. That were identical. Didn't matter what creation story whether it was from the island is in the south pacific gourd lives in north or south america or africa. They all had the same characteristics and mazdas always the hero he was read. He was.
"thornhill" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"Higher higher siders from sunny san diego. I'm greg carl would. I don't know if ignorance arrogance or full blown intentional. Misdirection is to blame. But it's becoming more obvious that most areas of science are completely off the mark and the realm of health. It seems that the bio terrain model and holistic approach to wellness or having results that far exceed the best offerings of rockefeller medicine without the troubling side effects when it comes to fuel and energy. It's pretty clear that the system has a very rigid line drawn in the sand. Despite many stories of promising results from those brave enough to cross it we have a long history of strange things. Seen flying hovering in the sky that our best experts tell us cannot exist. Enfield's like eat. Physics and alchemy were highly regarded by some of the most well respected intellectuals in history before we were told to just ignore that work knowing these things any surprise that perhaps the realms of astrophysics and cosmology are also committed to fatally flawed model to really how much money has been spent on expensive salaries and so called academic institutions just to tell us their best. Guess about the mystery of the universe. Is that everything exploded for no reason at a random date in the distant past. They say it's the big bang theory but question it and you'll quickly find yourself outside of academic circles that won't adapt or adjust their strict models even in the slightest. If you ask me rather than being married to complex mathematical equations tell us. Our observations are wrong. Maybe these brightest minds should start trusting our observations. Well wouldn't you know what that is. One of the guiding principles adhered to by the advocates of plasma cosmology and the electric universe model. Like today's returning guest wal thornhill. We've talked about the electric universe many times before. But it's contention. Is that electricity. Rather than gravity is the primary operator in the cosmos and that everything in the universe is connected through this electricity. The more you get into it. The more simplified and elegant it seems with implications that are probably a lot more drastic than one would expect and probably the most well known voice for the electric universe. Model is the thunderbolts project of which wal thornhill is the co founding vice president as well as the chief science advisor wall got his degree in physics from melbourne university. But it was inspiration from a manual belakovsky's book worlds in collision that pushed him to see past the conventional paradigm away. Many of his colleagues could not together with david talbot. They formed the thunderbolts project and wrote two books entitled the electric universe and thunderbolts. Of the gods that are both still highly respected over a decade later after five years. It certainly great to talk to him again. So let's get into it. The great electric universe guru conventional cosmology critic and passionate advocate for a new paradigm. wal thornhill. Welcome back moved greg. Yes i really looking forward to this. You know i do a lot of interviews. And i know you do as well. And they have to all bleed together but when we spoke maybe five years ago it was more of an introduction to the electric universe model and now i think our audience is going to be a lot more comfortable with the basics which usually means we can dive deeper into the details and five years a long time. I find a lot more. My guests are working from the electric universe model. More so than ever. What would be your assessment of how the thunderbolts project and plasma cosmology and the electric universe have grown in that five year time span will as you say quotas happened in particular. He had some very good meetings particularly twenty seventeen and then unfortunately my dear friend and colleague. David talbot suffered a medical problem which meant that. It's sort of threw the spanner in the works for the following years. But this a strong group. In britain following our work and have been for many years in fact hours on the committee of the society for interdisciplinary studies there for many years actually in the nineties when i was posted there by the government and they organized two meetings. Twenty eight twenty nine and the big feature of twenty nine was the completion of the sapphire project. Now for those who don't know about that. The project was proposed initially by a canadian engineer. Monty montgomery child's. i should say this not as monty and an outstanding professional engineer. He turned out to be and eventually we managed to have financial backers to do the multi-million dollar experiment and this experiment was based on ralph juergens electric sun model with modifications by don scott and myself which as he explained after the events worked i go in all the tests we ran and then in twenty nine confirmed that we had actually produced an electric star and a bottle wigged reproduced the conditions witnessing the plasma surrounding the sun and that has enormous implications of course and at present the experiment itself has been since the suffolk project is wound up. He's been transferred to a company or on energy a u. In if you have a look on the web and he will see the results of that and not only did we find that we could produce power like the sun. We can also remediate nuclear waste. Which is a huge problem for the world right now with the radioactive nuclear plants that we have the cepheid project. Really prove my contention that nature never does things away and this idea that you have to have vein critical temperatures and pressures in the center of an object like sta to force nuclei of atoms to come together and fuse is completely mistaken when you think about. It was obvious because the crosses based more or less on the successive hydrogen bonds. But when you look at the night sky those Montgomery tol said. And i felt this was a very good engineering principal. When you look at the nod sky you don't say stars exploding or changing color all suddenly brightening and then fighting. He said whatever is going on in stars is very well regulated and so the sapphire experiment was code nine from still atmospheric function in regulation experiment to bit of clumsy sentence. But it tells you that we were looking at the regulatory affairs of the fence. Fear of a star and this was a contribution at don scub- who pointed out that the bright side is fair vista actually behaves like a peon pay transistor sard resists changes in output. When there's a change in the import it's like a regulated pal supply which are in common use and this of course explains why. The sun is a variable star and x-rays but it's very steady in his radiant output. The line hate that it puts out and of course is critical if you're going to try and have life on planets around stars. You don't want the app forbearing wildly so that you've got an ice age one minute and then you're being rested and the next and.
Is Juan Thornhill Back to His Old Self?
"About this first year. One thornhill or second year one thornhill. What are you asking like. what's his most. Who is he is what you're saying. Basically like who what do i. What are we going to see this year. First year one thornhill. We saw him. I think take a a big step forward or closer to his first year performance towards the end of the season and playoffs. He struggled so mightily this second year. I mean dan soaring through was out playing him and the playoffs though he looked to be back to his old self he was laying. The would hit hard with the with the hit. Stick i i like one. Thorny on buying him as he's closer to his first year production
"thornhill" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Gears to read thornhill and clark but right now here is chiefs offensive coordinator eric be enemy overall as well. Everyone is staying safe and remain safe. Feels good to be back in the building. You guys. obviously. We were out monday and tuesday so it was good being back seeing the guys and getting back on the door what we do collectively as a group with that sad. I'm all ears and ready to go go first to her. Gop got herbie coach taken off to the offensive line. You've had a new ski back for practice. He's still on the practice squad over the past week Housing looking was just because he was here. Last year was able to pick things up and hit the ground running. Oh yeah he looks just like. Where's where's going to do anything and everything to make. Sure he's getting himself back ready to play it getting himself right where he needs to be in case. We need him to plug in right away. But he's a sharp he understands. The system coach does a job with those guys on top of that at all lying group was a tight knit group. So i'm sure those guys were chemistry have just fell right. Back in place Petro goodson coach. Ask you this. Because i know we're going to get to the end of the year. Where in all likelihood you're going to be a interviewed in how you don't wanna talk about it and there's a job to do so i wanna talk hypothetically theoretically before these things come down the interview process right. Is that in your mind. I know you've been through a number of times right. Is that a stressful process. Is that something that you relish. Is it something you have to put a lot of time in preparing for when you when you go do it but has status this. Hypothetically speaking saran. I'm not even worried about that at this particular time. Is it a stressful time. Yes it is you know what because first of all we're trying to make sure these guys are focused on the denver broncos at the end of the day. That's go take care of themselves appreciate you asking you not to answer it but I appreciate you asking the question. But my focus and energy is the broncos. There's still a lot of football left to play Guys did a hell of a job against tampa last week. There's some things that we need to clean up address and finish So we wanna make sure that were focused and we hit the ground running hitting on all cylinders. Come this weekend.
"thornhill" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Here here with Billy. Billy Thornhill and, of course, Chris Jordan. Also, and so let's stroll down a little bit into how to research it and kind of look out for red flags as faras when you're looking to hire a mover Earlier you mentioned making sure that they're licensed and bonded and insured. All that sort of thing. Of course. That's very important. But what else can you look for? What kind of paperwork can they provide? Youto show that you know they're on the up and up. Yes, of ability waiting is required. So what is a bill of lading? It gives you an origin address And then a destination address. OK, it should have a summary of the contents on the so that way. You have written proof what they've picked up and what they put in the trot. Correct. Gotcha. Okay, just in case you know, something goes flying off. Truck. They're like, No, We never know what you know. I didn't see a piano. Did you see? Yeah, OK, That's funny. You know, I I'd actually never heard of the term a bill of lading. Where did any idea where that word comes from? I mean, that's just such like a random like, what's a lading? Bill? I get that, But, yeah. You didn't know guys guys didn't know you're going to be tested on this right? And I know that Okay, The deer in the headlights Look that we just got this habit, lady. I don't know. Well, I'm trying to add to my encyclopedia. So Yeah. Oh, man. So So in terms of insurance, our interstate movers required to carry the same type of insurance is like a local mover. Is that gonna be different for you? You don't have to have different authorities and different certifications okay to move across state lines. Okay. And then there's certain states that you have to get certified just to enter their state alone. Insurance will be different. You have to have a beefed up insurance with cargo, afraid other people's possessions and different type of causes. When you get to the Nation Wide state state moving all right, so that's probably why it's a little more expensive. When you're moving across state lines right like it's. I've only done it once, I guess, and it seemed like it was a lot more expensive than trying to move from one side of the state to another. Yes, OK, and a lot of the local companies will only have authority to move within their own state. So they'll be more people competing for your business. And then once you step up into that realm of I'm moving across state lines than the kind of weeds out some people and you have more of a smaller poll of people you can hire to move you. Yeah, And that's the price of his. Well, yeah, that makes sense. You know, when I When I moved to Tennessee, I moved from Michigan to Tennessee and not from Michigan. I just happen to be up there. And the company that I was moving down here to work for. They gave me a budget. They said Okay, you know, we'll pay an X amount of dollars to get you moved down here. So I was I was shopping around with some different moving companies and to make the budget work because it wasn't a whole lot of money. And I mean, I just had a one bedroom apartment, so it didn't really matter. But I ended up having a couple of guys come and move like all the stuff into a truck that I had rented. And then I got a trailer behind the truck, Put my car on it and then drove the whole thing down here and then hired movers down here. Then move me into my apartment, and that seemed to work out pretty good. But really part of the reason was because I couldn't find anybody who was willing to, like, move me back and forth in the budget that I had, so that would make sense that it's a little bit more expensive due to the insurance and all the different regulations and stuff that you have to Have to be able to move across state lines. Correct? Sure, And a lot of these. These regulations two are on your own fleet. If you own the fleet in the truck, But a lot of times will will, like rent off truck and take it one way and fly back okay, or something like that, or will book a load through a third party? Like a freight broker and their licence to travel through all of the states, and then we'll hire labour on both sides of the move. So like if you're moving from New York to l, a, the same guys that load your truck in New York aren't going to ride in the truck all the way to l A and sure unloaded So if we book that load with, you know, like a dedicated carrier where only your stuff's on there, and it goes from point a to point B and we have a time that we know it's gonna arrive at point B. We'll have our crew. They're ready to unload it. And that's The way we've been able to save some money. Oh, yeah, you know, for our customers now, What about Actually someone brought this up to me and and I'm curious to ask what your opinion is, or maybe elaborate a little bit on it. But a friend of mine just moved from Seattle. Actually Tio here in Nashville, and they did the way they explain. It was called, like load sharing Some of the bigger trucking companies like I think Old Dominion has something like this, where they'll put like a what's called a pub truck, which is Half of the 53 FT short truck. You know, when you see him in tandem behind Yes. Yeah, okay. So like they'll drop one of those in your driveway and let you load it, and then they'll come and send it. You know, wherever you're going and then deliver it to your driveway and you can unload it. OK, OK, similar to the pod, which I've got a horror story about that. Oh, do tell you tell you I had a client that was moving from California to you. Nashville and They were shipping stuff in a pod, and he was an art dealer. So he had some very expensive like sculpture. And then this other Huge painting. I think it was of Jesus, actually, and he told me that the value is about $350,000 that was in the pod, and he wanted to just have the pot dropped at my warehouse and then us deliver it downtown to his apartment. I said, That's fine. You can have it delivered to our warehouse. No problem..
"thornhill" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Sweeney it was the seventh day of padded practice at chief training camp on Friday and after it was over, we joined by chiefs head coach Andy Reid safety one Thornhill Wide Receiver, McColl, Hardman, and Linebacker Ben Niemann via zoom conference call. We'll hear from read and Thornhill on the first. After this podcast, we'll take a quick break and then we'll hear from hardman and Niemann. But first up here's the chiefs head coach. Andy Reid. Dana. or Dan he? Tweaked his calf and came out but other than that. I got some guys back today and it was good work. For the the players All in all? I'm happy with where we're where we're going here, need to keep working and work our way through it. It's training camp. So we're adding things doesn't mentally and physically and they're. Coming out with good energy. Tomorrow we have our. Practice in the stadium Lefort opening that up to the fans and giving them an opportunity to see also kind of get the mechanics of Game Day down. So we'll. We'll function like that as a staff all stay on the same sideline. And Come out of the tunnel and so on. The things that the guys don't have a chance to do during preseason game. So all in all of me beneficial of be beneficial for our. From our Donovan and his crew To, be able to set the stadium up and go through that procedure a good dry runs for for everybody. So anyway that time. Sam McDowell Grad Sam. Coach. Done. Well. We're talking to one today and how long Thornhill Hill I'm wondering from your perspective how did he attack this thing in terms of his rehab and also especially late in the season second half of the season what you see from his progression as a rookie now, the better every week and it. was just getting out and doing it in and every improved and so I know he's looking forward to getting back in there plan he's he's been able to ramp up here a little bit and get a little work the last couple of days. So that's good. He's he attacked the the whole procedure with with the knee has is a rehab. He came with energy every day and work like crazy to get back in. Here he stands you know so strong and and He's working hard. To Adam Tyson good at. How you doing today. Thank you good..
Chiefs rout Raiders 40-9 to seize AFC West control
"The cheese defense set an early tone and Kansas city grabbed a twenty one nothing halftime lead and route twelve forty two nine victory over the Oakland Raiders Tyron Matthew came up with an interception on the game's opening drive quarterback Patrick my homes used that turn over to engineer an eleven play TD drive in the second quarter chief safety one Thornhill returned an interception for a touchdown the chiefs secured first in the AFC west with an eight and four record Greg Echlin Kansas city
The politics of chess
"Selection. New president of tresses governing body fee day was the Bishop in the organization's history with accusations flung from all sides of bribery, electoral fraud, embezzlement and a vast diplomatic influence campaign waged by the Russian state. Some Jane's has been investigating. What's happened? And he space John Thornhill about what he discovered. Sam you've written a wonderful Osco for the F T magazine about the geopolitics of chess and the fist fight to run its governing body feed given that a computer or a ten million dollar alarm clock has Gary Kasparov called it beat the best human player back in one thousand nine hundred seven why does chess matter anymore. I suppose you could ask a similar question about any kind of game playing in a way that obviously from sort of human point of view, something attracts us to the competition. The display of skilled because I suppose we could have designed perfect football playing machine. Had we have wanted to or a perfect bridge playing sheen, but it would be no fun to watch two machines play against each other would it. So we don't do that. And the only reason we're interested in watching deep blue play Kasporov is because Kasporov is there. We want to see him pit his human wits against machine. So I think regardless of the abilities of computers to handle chess. And by the way, they still on not perfect chess players. There will always be a space and a need for people to watch that kind of competition. And I think the interesting thing insofar as this article goes is that that's the heart of the issue. Really? It's about what games humanity plays with each other and the significance those games have. And chess is one of the oldest, isn't it? It goes back hundreds thousands even of years if you want to go deeper into history right back to India was of significance to rulers. It was a political significance hugely throughout history. Right back to the sort of wig chessmen on Lewis. You know, they were symbols of something that politically culturally connected a world, and for many, it still has that cultural and political relevance is still enormously popular as a game, isn't it? Yeah. Absolutely. It's something perhaps that in the UK, and certainly in some parts of Europe and the US as well, it might not immediately obvious because it's not a sort of mainstream sport. You don't see it on TV for various reasons that can't be much more boring than watching chess on TV, but it is hugely popular. And there was a yougov survey. I think in twenty twelve so even that a little bit out of date now, which suggested that there's more than six hundred million regular chess players in the world. And the interesting thing about it as well is that even if you're not a regular player. It's a sport or skill game. That has touched a lot of people. And a lot of people have played it on certainly know how to play I think in some places seventy percent. The statistics said from that you surveyed in Europe of people have played it at some point, and therefore know the rules of it. So it's got this sort of huge cultural resonance, even if we don't see it all the time on our screens for a supposedly cerebral game. The fight to win control of feeder his involved in extraordinary amount of low down politics involving as you put it small-time oligarchs and corrupt officials broking deals in Siberian mining towns and Islam theocracies. Why has this battle become quite so heated? I don't know. It's sort of an interesting one to explore. I'm not sure there's a clear on, sir. There's a degree to which it's that sort of old adage, which is often attributed to Kissinger, but is actually Wallis sad about student politics that the processes so vicious precisely because the stakes oh small, and you could probably say something of that about fee day because the amounts of money to run feeder on not huge by any means. Although the we're talk millions, but we. Sort of in fever levels of wealth. But at the same time, it's a universe of people who are competing with each other. You have a very particular kind of people that end up in chess obsessional, very intelligent people that quite literally spend their lives playing games. So why don't they do that politically as well? But also, you know, since the end of the Cold War chess has been in search of a meaning really because it had such relevance political relevance during the Cold War missile post, Cold War, period. It's still got a lot of cultural cachet and people obviously trying to latch onto that. And to use that for various purposes, but at the same time it's been a little bit rudderless until recently and a little bit forgotten. No, it hasn't had the direct attention of the Kremlin. Or certainly not in Washington. Anyone in power there? You know, we're not the sort of Fischer Spassky kind of matching Reckitt level of international awareness. Now, you say that there has been a revival of interest in chess, and blah, Dima Putin. Russia's president is clearly someone who is taking an increasing interest in chess. And he said once. Chess makes men Ysern clear-sighted. Does he see chess as a means of reasserting? Russia's soft power. I think increasingly yes, I mean feta is been run for the past twenty years by very colorful Russian national cooled kiss on allusion of. And he hasn't exactly been the best Representative of Russian influence around the world euphemism. Yes. Well, quite he's sort of said that he was met by alliens on his balcony at one stage. He's said that chess was gifted to the world by aliens. But he's also had some sort of quite shady dealings with unsavory characters like the Assad family in Syria for which he was recently sanctioned by the US treasury, but the new head of feet are Cardi volka vich is much higher caliber Russian recently deputy prime minister and the organizer of the World Cup in Russia last summer and clearly whilst restoring fee day to some degree of kind of international prominence and credibility will also be doing a lot to champion Russian soft. Power interests by saying here is an organization a sporting organization that Russia is not only in charge of cleaning up which obviously is going to have a particular importance in the wake of the doping scandal, which continues to dog Russian athletics. I think the other point to make is that Putin and his method of power his conception of power draws so very heavily on the Soviet passed in the Soviet experience of Russian greatness. And so the significance of chess is that it was such an important part of the Soviet conception of soft power and Soviet influence that even if ideologically Russia is moved on by years. It still has this important culturally that Putin wants to tap into. Now there were three contenders to succeed Ilyumzhinov for newest pushed out why did Volkova twin? Well, I mean, I don't think there was a clear choice. So it wasn't a simple case of the Russian candidate versus the reform candidate versus fee day has had these issues under Yoshino for longtime around mismanage. -ment around corruption allegations of bribery in the organization, and the problem was that you previously had a Russian Illumjinov who was very fake in his financial affairs running it. And then in the elections, you had three candidates as you say, you had a Russian who was promising reform, and it obviously delivered a very successful World Cup and had credentials for that. And then you had an insider Kyo Macropoulos who is also a longtime Lieutenant of Ilyumzhinov and therefore tainted by that. But similar Tena sleep. Also, promising reform rather unconvincingly, but similar tenuously also saying that he's not the Russian and he's not bribing anyone in the elections. And then you had a third candidate the Briton Nigel short who I think was always a very much an outside candidate and divided people on a personal level in feed because of his quite spiky comments previously and his long history of antagonizing people in your organization, he fell behind four kovic even though he'd been quite critical of him at the start ends. Then he did. So I mean. Nigel's point was very much that it was better to have a competent pair of hands running fee day, regardless of whether they were rushing or not than it was somebody who he felt was incompetent. And it'd been running it for the past twenty years in the form of Macropoulos, and there's definitely a personal animus between Macropoulos and Nigel Short as well that sort of flavored their relationship and at the last minute, he declared his votes Ford. Walk vich, and rather stinging Lii in very characteristic fashion posted on Twitter a picture of himself shaking hands with dwarf Vichit Simpson's in the strand in London, which is this story chess restaurant, and he captured it underneath how'd you say check Maton Greek clearly aimed at his opposition. How does Volkova which intend to promote chess? Well, I mean, if his last few months of being anything to go by then money is going to be a key element of it. So he's delivered on the promises. He made in the election by putting three million euro into fee day to fund development. He's also promised a much more rigorous oversight regime of. Chess. So he's mentioned that you know, every penny spent will be judged by performance indicators is no longer going to be sort of pushing money into regional federations with no sense of what it's being spent on. And he's definitely I think hoping to build on the relationships he has in the football world and elsewhere in the sporting and political world to sort of revive the prominence of feed in Europe, and the US the west in particular because I think they're really has fallen into disrepute, and there was a real danger for quite a long time in the US in particular federation, their supporters people at Kasporov in fact would split away from fee day altogether. So when I met tool kovic, he'd come straight from Davos, where he was sort of pressing the flesh with CEOs and politicians many of whom he knows, and I think one of the other things he's done is already tried to build relationships with fee for directly. He's actually friends with Infantino at fee for an invited Infantino to give a little sort of a speech for him at his election at feed, and they have already I think. Announced some sort of chess football events that are going to be held together in the future. So more of that kind of thing think to imagine
"thornhill" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Been dealing with this for decades or diagnosed with lime disease and put on treatment. So the the problem is it's a difficult disease to diagnose the good news on the veterinary side has dogs and cats are much more resistant to getting the illness than humans. So when it comes to prevention my job is how can I keep the ticks off the dog? But almost more importantly, how can I keep the takes out of your house? So you don't get it as their owner. And so that's where coming to us things that keep ticks off your dogs like there are oral products in there are topical products. But it's exceptionally important. One of my cousins who lives in a subdivision townhouse in Thornhill brought me her two more keys to do her annual. I talked about prevention, and she went up one side of me down the dock never go anywhere. I use peep has or not at risk of anything like, okay. Okay. Okay. And the next week she comes in rushing in crying because there's two ticks on each of dot what? Yorkie Maltese cross. Oh. Oh, yes. Of course, she has pets. Everybody out there. What did you use the peop- ads for you want in your house? Naturally. Want to go outside? You can make the shift if you're stuck on the P pads tell you right now just put a peep out in the backyard and start walking your dog out to it every day on a leash when it would normally have to go phrase it for going there, gradually the peapod. So it gets smaller and smaller and smaller. So he starts peeing on the grass every time. He goes to the grass tell them how good he is. Eventually us a good enzyme cleaner and vinegar get the smell out of your house and eliminate that area enough with this dogs don't need little pags. Okay. But if you wanna go, but it's just to finish up the vaccine are talk. So there's young dog, and then there's adults. So the adults they're being exposed quite regularly. So there's no reason not to keep their boosters up. Now, some people ask me, what can we get there? Tighter tested. Let's say absolutely my issue with titles is this a they're expensive. It's cost a lot of money to get your dogs tighter. It does it's a bit. When we look at the risk benefit cost ratios for me. It's a more painful test because you gotta do blood. And if your dog's not having a blood.
"thornhill" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Right. It's important. You don't count things twice when it comes to players. You you have their film. You have the expectation for them Montas wet killed away in. But when you watch them on film, you expected him to kill the way. So you can't boost him board for doing something that when you would rank on your. Board. You expected him today unless you're like, you know, just trying to say completely agnostic of that which doesn't make any sense to me than go ahead for the only other defensive linemen. That's rushing off the edge. That is really interested me those far has been Jonathan Ledbetter who's the guy wasn't interior player for Georgia. He slimmed down. He's around to seventy now. I don't know exactly how he fits. He's probably more of a guy you want playing at three five three four front off from Philadelphia never does on. So I don't know if he's good for the eagles. But he's wants Russia's around the edge. Only other guy that I can think of has been particularly strong north team wise going through that film. Zack Allen has good. Russia's Anthony Nelson. Good Russia's again. These are. Bayer guys aren't going to be typically lighting up the wide nine. So I don't see much there for Philadelphia. I'm sure they would love to see like oceans minis from Old Dominion who's like a their size their speed become a dude. But he's just not having a week. He's not he he is. He's a little bit out of his depth less question for you that I wanna get your opinion on this guy. I was watching this film the other day against Daniel Jones. Who has been pretty pretty bad this week, and you kind of expected that so I'm not gonna check that box twice. Just gonna call him not a first round quarterback. But one Thornhill the safety Virginia. I really liked his tape. What did you think of Thornhill lenses week? So for thought it I thought he's been solid Thornhill like thing. Like, a you talk about Thornhill Thornhill has been as bad as every other safety in every other corner is here on a mean like is this the guy who like when you're in a defense back playing one on one in terms of isolated in space. You have no safety of no underneath coverage. Nothing like that. You're gonna lose reps out of loss wraps money on who's the potential first round corner has lost wraps it happens. So thought has lost some reps overall say that again, a warrior or warrior or warrior, Amani aurea? A Mario got a mom. You're gonna lose some reps. Thornhill been a guy who clearly I think is a step quicker, especially for his length. Then a lot of the other players using here. There's a lot of small school defensive backs swore around, and you can see that his length of my opinion stands out a little bit. Like, you put them up against Darnell savage. Even a rocky sin who came in under size is a big problem for him for clearly has a different physical profile there. Another star player another guy who in Virginia was never like super productive. Obviously Cavaliers kind of been stuck in neutral for the past two years. So I've lied like Thornhill film a lot. He hasn't done anything for me. It's like super stood out this week. Really? No defensive back is done anything..
"thornhill" Discussed on Big Blue View
"If you have someone of who can cover a like that. And then can make plays on the bowl that might be something that NFL defenses are going to put a more emphasis on as really the one. Sure. Way to stop offenses right now. Just trying to play. No, typical coverage is not been getting the job done. No, not at all. And defense is probably will want to try to put more of an emphasis on having at least one bowl ball hawk in their defense to really scare offenses really stop offenses. Can just this week. Looking ahead to the bears. Eddie Jackson was named the NFC defensive player of the mall, and no player has had as many defensive touchdowns since as him since twenty fifteen or over that same period. And he's only been in the league since twenty seventeen their defense is a whole leads the league in takeaways, and it just so happens. They've got an excellent defense. And again that just gives your offense that many more opportunities. Right. And I mean, like I said turnovers specifically are not something you can rely on you know, for the game. They're not it's not a sticky stat that is really repeatable, and it's kind of a walk whether turnovers happen or not. But if you have guys who can increase the chances of turnovers, then I think that dice goal. Yeah. That might really be the way to go. Oh, and that's that's probably going to be Thornhill is straight here. We can move onto one more guy who does have that playmaker ability a little bit. And is another dia whose Ziesel a little more versatile, and that's going to be a Ugo Ahmadi of Oregon. We won't try his full first. Name you go. Go is fine right now, he's a little bit of a smaller guy compared some of the other safeties. We've looked at or mentioned and considering how much the giants in general and Jane's Becher going back to his time at Arizona has liked larger defensive backs are not sure how much being listed just five nine will impact Ahmadi in the giants estimated and evaluations. But he is that playmaker back there, really quick breaking. On routes. He can identify break route break on routes in zone coverage. And he I think he also has the feet and hips to maybe play a little bit of slot and actually stick with receivers running backs. He might be he might be too short to really be la- deal with tight end though..
"thornhill" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I was criticizing the class thinking only from my perspective he says his thinking has evolved he'd never really considered what students of color could get out of the white racism class or do think that's why i've lost a couple of friends because like i'm white maybe i shouldn't say anything and pilkington gives ted thornhill and his white racism class credit he says the whole episode sparked discussion on campus about deep seated issues that have never been directly addressed before but pilkington's opinion of thornhill class name hasn't changed he still doesn't like it and he doesn't regret saying so feel strongly about identity politics and so i was sort of i needed to say something thornhill says people like pilkington need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable basically need a more candid discussion these conversations on raising racism they can't be predicated on white people's comfort they need to be done on folks of colors terms and that means an unvarnished candid in your face kind of way that's truthful and thornhill says he knows that can be tough because he's been called out for sexist comments but he says he didn't get defensive he stayed quiet and apologized for the world rupa shenoy you can hear an extended version of the story on our other podcast subscribe to it on apple itunes stitcher or however you get your podcasts.
"thornhill" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"In the meantime hogarth mentor and father in law thornhill died and seventeen 34 in after the loss hogarth decided that he would reopen thornhill drawing school which had never been particularly successful venture hogarth version became much more of a salon where artists shared ideas and discuss their work once the engrave irs act was law hogarth released the series he'd been withholding titled a rake's progress the series like a harlot s progress was painted an oil first and then adapted as a set of print engravings the rake in this narrative is tom rake well a young man of leisure in the first seen young tom has freshly come into his fortune as his wealthy and apparently miserly father has died tom wasting no time spending his newfound money is being fitted for a fancy new suit while simultaneously paying off a paramore who appears to be pregnant of heartbroken she will appear in leader pleats as well in seemed to tom is surrounded in his home by an assortment of people all vying for his attention in his financial favor by the time the viewer sees tom in the third scene he has fully descended into a life of debauchery he's in a brothel taking part in an orgy and this is a good time to mention that in hogarth works on morality even though sexual uh situations are conveyed there's no nudity but there is the suggestion of it so to modern is the plate 3 looks like a wild party.
"thornhill" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"After several years of steady with thornhill hogarth believed he had learned enough that he should began a painting career in earnest one of his first patrons was a tapestry maker named joshua morris who had requested a painting from hogarth and when hogarth delivered the art morris refused to accept it claiming that hogarth had not finished it and that it was apparent that the artist was really an engraver and not a professional painter who am hogarth vince sued morris for his money and brought a number of expert witnesses to the trial including thornhill to attest that yes the work involved was a complete painting and the hogarth should be paid the money that he was owed the court found in hogarth s favor yeah i think this is a time when artists were not so willing therelw he'll haellhag pursue legal action and someone's that ohno i don't want that painting after all but he did that will come up again in a little bit of he's willing to take legal action for his rightful money also in seventeen 28 hogarth painted his first dated painting up to this point he had produce and plates and other things but they didn't have date from them and this is the beggars opera and it was a recreation of a scene from a current production of the first goal play and it was an example of just how well he had trained his memory to recall detail because apparently according to many people he basically perfectly recreated the scene as it had played on the stage even though he had of course gone away and painted at leader he actually ended up painting five different versions of the scene and seventeen twenty nine hogarth in thorn hills relationship took on a new dimension william became thorn hills soninlaw win he end jayme thornhill eloped.