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"visco vo" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

08:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"visco vo" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"We're going to stay deep below but we're going to go back to the ocean theme here You're gonna tell us about someone who is really pushing the limits of deep sea exploration. I mean i. I love me. Some deep sea exploration. I don't want to go. But i like hearing about it. Tell me about this. So victor visco vo has led an expedition to the deepest parts of all the world's oceans. This is something that We've never done before. It's hard to believe i mean. That's they've been to the moon. Yeah but not all the deepest parts of the ocean and we don't really know what's going on down there so cairns finding microbes. That are having a crazy lifestyle. There are many other forms of life. So let's talk about how victor actually got down there It's i believe that he was descending. Deeper into the ocean than mount everest is tall. Oh yeah is that right down there. And how on earth do you do that. well you do it in a very fancy submarine now. The tool is the submarine. They'll limiting factor. It's a state of the art vessel supported by the support ship. The pressure drop. It has a two person. Titanium sphere ninety millimetres thick that keeps it at one atmosphere and it has the ability to dive repeatedly down to the very deepest point of the ocean. And this is part of the reason that we haven't explored the oceans. Say as deeply as the moon. It's it's an even harsher environment in many ways it's a it's an alien world in its own right the pressure of all that water above you. You don't want to leak in that submarine because things go south pretty quickly when you're under that much pressure. You're claustrophobic you do not want to be in the submarine. We go down quite a distance in emissions typically lasts eight to nine hours in a confined space. I like to say. I don't trust a lot of things in life but i do trust titanium. I trust math. And i trust finite element analysis. Which is how you figure out whether or not things like this can survive these extraordinary pressures in conditions. That was the real trick is actually building any titanium sphere. That was accurate to win. Point one percent of machining titanium's a hard metal to work in a lot of people haven't been able to figure it out but we were very fortunate. I've been working with an extraordinary team that was able to make an almost perfect sphere. Which when you're subjecting something to pressure. That's the strongest geometry. You can possibly have so when i'm actually in the submersible and that hatch closes actually feel very confident that i'm going to go down and come back up. I mean. i feel claustrophobic to stephen thinking about it. He's a pretty unique specimen Of a of an explorer And it's fun to chat with him about you know kind of why he did this and it really is just that drive to go where no one's gone before. Have you seen the craft. Like what is it did. Did you visit. Victor did in. I have seen the craft. And i did and this is one of the great regrets in my life. I did get the offer to go down with him actually to see the titanic. Because he was going to stop off there on his way to the arctic he was gonna stop off there just because you know if you've got the sub you might as well use it and he's like. Hey man you wanna ride yeah But it turns out. It's kind of tricky to intersect with a boat in the middle of the atlantic ocean. And i have a family and travel is not as easy to arrange vin. In retrospect i'm like man i really. I really should have done that. Because when else am i going to have that opportunity. Mamie never good david kind of blew that one. How many people fit in there though so two people can go in there. So what have been. It would have been going down for a little sightseeing trip to The titanic and it's like literally around ball it is. I mean it doesn't exactly look like around ball because there's kind of other machinery kind of built around it so it can kind of move through the water and other things but the core of it. What keeps it stable. Is this titanium sphere. And that's what's keeping all that pressure off victor or whoever his passengers. Maybe wow and that's also the promise of this is that it's a reusable submarine one of the reasons we haven't been to the bottom of the ocean that much. It's usually been a one off. You go down. He come back up. Your suburbs wrecked but but you got there and you got some stuff but then you gotta go start over again. Build another sub that this one is going down coming back up and can then move onto the next deepest part of the ocean and explore that so the hope is that this becomes a tool that then enables us to explore these places much more deeply so every single dive. We have gone on even though we're only down there for a couple of hours. We have found three or four new species because these are places that have been isolated for billions of years and no human being has ever been down there to film them or take samples and so this is extraordinary. No human being. That's right so he has been to some places on the planet that no other human being that feel like i've been to places you don't know you don't know what i've seen. I mean he's come face to face with sea creatures that no one else knows exist. That's right and fortunately for us. He brought along cameras. So you can see that too. That's cool yeah kind of mind blowing. Can you just like describe a couple of the the the new friends that victime may down there. So i think the The one that stood out to me is a life form. That sort of looks like a balloon on a long stick and it's just kind of drifting along the bottom and this was a life form that has never been seen before so completely new to science and as you watch this life form kind of drift across the bottom these tiny little version of it. And maybe it's a baby baby. Everybody loves to see a baby of a brand new life form. Yes we do. So does he get to name them. He does get to know. I know i You know. I'm hoping that he discovered so many that at some point he remembers i exist throws me and i'm i'm cool with whatever could be. Microbe could be one of these balloon animals. Whatever i'll take. I mean that must be the most exciting thing that can happen to you professionally to see a species that no one else has seen before. Yeah i mean it's it really is kind of Well it raises the hairs on your arms back. It really does so okay now. We're going into territory. That i'm a little bit more comfortable with Because i go there every day into my mind The truth is that while we don't know that much about our oceans or the earth's depths or even space we actually don't even know that much about ourselves and our brains like it is fascinating times when it comes to understanding how the mind and the neural connections actually work so. Let's talk about k. Tie because she is an interesting combination in that she is a neuroscientist who studies the brain. But she also studied psychology and that is more rare than you think. Tell us about her. That's right so there's this gap in our understanding of consciousness. If you will we sort of understand the brain and how it works we sort of experienced the mind and how it works but we don't understand how that physical substrate the brain gives rise to the mind. Which is you and your thoughts and your conscious experiences. That is difficult territory for neuroscientist to study right. Because one half is objective you can see a brain and and test it. One half is subjective. You can talk about a mind but it's much harder to kind of pin it down if you will so k. Is kind of exploring this Gap region this nether region between the brain and the mind as a neuroscientist. I'm often told that. I'm not allowed to study. How internal states like anxiety or craving or loneliness are represented by the brain and.

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"visco vo" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily Briefing

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"visco vo" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily Briefing

"While I might not be saying it in this segment, because this podcast isn't rated explicit, it turns out that you might have a really legitimate excuse to use the F. Word. According to a new study from the Journal, Frontiers in psychology, saying the F. Word might increase your pain threshold. Quoting ars technica the technical term is the HYPO elegies of swearing best illustrated by a two thousand nine study neuro report by researchers at Keele University in the UK Co author Richard Stevens psychologist at Kiel, became interested in studying the topic after noting his wife's unsavory language while giving birth and wondered if profanity really could help alleviate pain. Swearing is such a common response to pain. There has to be an underlying reason why we do it Stevens. Told Scientific American at the time and quotes. In that original two thousand nine study, Stevens, and his team had sixty seven student participants put their hands in buckets of ice cold water. They were then told to either swear repeatedly using whichever swear word they preferred. To chant a neutral word. When they swore the participants reported feeling less pain than when they didn't, and they were also able to withstand the ice cold water for an average of forty seconds longer. Quoting ars Technica, we have quite good data on the mechanism. Being that swearing brings out in emotional response in the speaker, which activates the autonomic nervous system or acute structure. Response Stephen told ours. It's linked to fight or flight in other words, swearing in response to pain can activate the middle which can trigger that fight or flight response, producing a surge of adrenaline and quote. Stevens did a follow up study in two thousand eleven that produced two main findings I, the pain relief effect was stronger for people who don't typically swear all that much and second. The participants heart rates rose when they swore quoting Stevens so we think the mechanism is stress. Induced is the emotional content of the swearing that people are accessing when they swear in pain and quote. Other researchers have suggested it could be that the act of swearing is a distraction. As the debate continues Stevenson. His team embarked on yet another study, the one just recently published. For this one that came up with alternative words for participants to use in place of swear words. One fout, which was chosen to have a similar emotional impact to some swear words, and also the word twister pipe, which was meant to be distracting through its humor. The used the ice bucket method again this time having participants used the F word, the foul, an twist pipe words, and then a neutral word, the only one that had any effect on pain outcomes the F. Word. As in the two thousand nine study increase the pain threshold with precipitates waiting significantly longer before indicating they felt pain when they were saying the F. Word versus the other words of this most recent study Stevens said quote. There's no suggestion from these data that distraction, or how the word sounds is a reason why swearing help people cope with pain. It seems like it's the meaning of the word. Probably the way we learned the word growing up and the associations between these words and stress or emotion. That's probably what underlies the power of swearing and quotes. Going forward his team's going to investigate distribution as a possible explanation, this edition, meaning a lack of restraints, leading to impulsiveness, poor risk assessment or the breaking of social conventions. Quoting ars, Technica, there are a handful of scientific papers investigating whether dissonant Bishen could improve performance, particularly a two thousand fourteen paper that found that tennis players who grunted while serving the ball produced faster swerves than those who didn't grunt Stevens AOL's current research will build on that as well as their own two thousand eighteen papers, showing that swearing can improve strength. I think there may be a cognitive explanation that swearing able to produce distribution. He said in situations dissonant mission. Let's go for it that little bit more and not hold back and quotes. So if you stub your toe later today, let the bombs roar and don't feel bad about it. Science has your back. This weekend Kathy Sullivan a former NASA astronaut, who was the first American woman to walk in space on the sixth flight of the Challenger Space Shuttle also became the first woman to reach the Earth's deepest points. She is now the first human to go to both space and full ocean depth. Quoting seen it on Sunday. Former NASA astronaut Kathy Sullivan reached the bottom of the challenger deep, almost six point, nine miles, or eleven, thousand meters below the surface of the Pacific. Ocean, according to EOC expeditions. Challenger deep is considered the deepest point in the earth's oceans and resides within the Marianna trench, a mighty sickle shaped depression line about eleven hundred miles east of the Philippines. The pressure at the bottom is over one thousand times. The pressure at sea level civil was accompanied by Viktor, Visco Vo in entrepreneur and deep sea explorer in the deep sea submersible, limiting factor in total. The expedition lasted just under four hours and quotes. When Sullivan visco returned from the expedition. They made a call to the International. Space Station to speak with the NASA. Astronauts on board, including those who had just recently arrived via space XS Crew Dragon. Solon said in a statement quote as a hybrid oceanographer and astronaut. This was an extraordinary day a once in a lifetime day, seeing the moonscape of the challenger deep, and then comparing notes with my colleagues on the. About our remarkable reusable inner space outer space craft and quote..

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"visco vo" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"visco vo" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"We're spending more time at home than ever before. So now's a great time to finally adopt a dog right. Socialization is going to be harder. Because Socialization and social distancing are definitely at odds so before you decided to adopt a canine companion during quarantine. Listen and subscribe to. Npr's life kit. It's the Ted Radio hour from NPR. I'M A NEWSOM RHODY. Today on the show. Were exploring uncharted territory with Ted Science curator. David be yellow so far. We've talked about mapping the stars are all made of Stardust and super slow moving microbes that can be found deep deep below. We're going to stay deep below but we're going to go back to the ocean theme here You're gonNA tell us about someone who's really pushing the limits of deep sea exploration. I mean I love me. Some deep sea exploration. I don't want to go but I like hearing about it. Tell me about this. So Victor Visco. Vo has led an expedition to the deepest parts of all the world's oceans. This is something that We've never done before. It's hard to believe I mean. That's they've been to the moon. Yeah but not all the deepest parts of the ocean and we don't really know what's going on down there so Cairns finding microbes that are having crazy lifestyle. There are many other forms of life. So talk about how. Victor actually got down there I believe that he was descending. Deeper into the ocean than Mount Everest is tall. Oh yeah is that right down there. And how on earth do you do you do it? In a very fancy submarine now. The tool is the submarine limiting factor. It's state of the art vessel supported by the support ship. The pressure drop. It has a two person. Titanium Sphere Ninety millimetres thick that keeps it at one atmosphere and it has the ability to dive repeatedly down to the very deepest of the ocean and this is part of the reason that we haven't explored the oceans. Say as deeply as the Mon. It's it's an even harsher environment in many ways it's a it's an alien world in its own right the pressure of all that water above you. You don't WanNa leak in that submarine because things go south pretty quickly when you're under that much pressure you're claustrophobic. You do not want to be in the submarine. We go down quite a distance in emissions typically last eight to nine hours in a confined space. I like to say. I don't trust a lot of things in life but I do trust titanium. I trust math. I trust finite element analysis. Which is how you figure out whether or not things like this can survive. He's extraordinary pressures and conditions. That was the real trick is actually building a titanium sphere that was accurate to win. Point one percent of machining titanium hard metal to work in a lot of people have figured out but we were very fortunate. I've been working with an extraordinary team. Those able to make an almost perfect sphere. Which when you're subjecting something to pressure. That's the strongest geometry. You can possibly have when I'm actually in the submersible that hatch closes actually feel very confident that I'm going to go down and come back up. I mean. I feel claustrophobic to Stephen. Thinking about it. Yeah he's a pretty unique specimen of a of an explorer And it's fun to chat with him about kind of why he did this and it really is just that drive to go where no one's gone before. Have you seen the craft? What is it did? Did you visit Victor in it? I have seen the craft and I did. And this is one of the great regrets in my life. I did get the offer to go down with him actually to see the titanic. 'cause he was going to stop off there on his way to the Arctic. He was going to stop off there. Just because you know if you've got the sub you might as well use it and he's like. Hey man you wanNA ride yeah But it turns out. It's kind of tricky to intersect with a boat in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and I have family and travel is not as easy to arrange like Vin. In retrospect I'm like man I really. I really should have done that because when else am I going to have that opportunity? Never David kind of blew that one comedy people fit in there though so two people can go in there. So what have been would have been inventor going down for a little sightseeing trip to The titanic and it's like literally ball it is I mean it doesn't exactly look around ball because there's kind of other machinery kind of built around it so it can kind of move through the water and other things but the core of it. What keeps it stable. Is this titanium sphere. And that's what's keeping all that pressure off victor or whoever his passengers. Maybe wow and that's also the promise of this is that it's a reusable submarine one of the reasons we haven't been to the bottom of the ocean that much is it's usually been a one off you go down. He come back up your suburbs his wrecked but but you got there and you got some stuff but then you gotta go start over again. Build another sub. I didn't know that this one is going down coming back up and can then move onto the next steepest part of the ocean and explore that so the hope is that this becomes a tool then enables us to explore these places much more deeply so every single dive we have gone on even though we're only down there for a couple of hours we found three or four new species because these are places that have been isolated for billions of years. No human being has ever been down there to film them or take samples so this extraordinarily no human being. That's right so he has been to some places on the planet that no other human being seen. What does that feel like? I've been to places you don't know what I've seen. I mean he's come face to face with sea creatures that no one else knows exists. That's right and fortunately for us. He brought along cameras. So you can see that too. That's cool. Yeah kind of mind kit. Can you just describe a couple of the the the new friends that Victor may down there? So I think the The one that stood out to me is a life form. That sort of looks like a balloon on a long stick and it's just kind of drifting along the bottom and this was a life form that has never been seen before so completely new to science and as you watch this life form kind of drift across the bottom these tiny little version of it. Maybe it's a baby the baby. Everybody loves to see a baby of a brand new life form. Yes we do. So does he get to name them. He does get to know. I know I You know I'm hoping that he discovers so many that at some point he remembers. I exist. Throws Me Thea. And I'm I'm cool with whatever could be. Microbe could be one of these balloon animals. Whatever I'll take him. I mean that must be the most exciting thing that can happen to you professionally to see species that no one else has seen before. Yeah it really is kind of well it raises the hairs on your back. It really does so okay now. We're going into territory that I'm a little bit more comfortable with Because I go there every day into my mind The truth is that while we don't know that much about our oceans or the Earth's depths or even space we actually don't even know that much about ourselves and our brains like it is fascinating times when it comes to understanding how the mind and the neural connections actually work so. Let's talk about K. Tie because she is an interesting combination in that she is a neuroscientist who studies the Brain. But she also studies psychology and that is more rare than you think. Tell us about her. That's right so there's this gap in our understanding of consciousness if you will we sort of understand the brain and how it works sort of experienced the mind and how it works but we don't understand how that physical substrate the brain gives rise to the mind which is you and your thoughts and your conscious experiences that is difficult territory for a neuroscientist to study right because one half is objective. You can see brain and test it. One half is subjective. You can talk about a mind but it's much harder to kind of pin it down if you will so is kind of exploring this gap region this Nether region between the brain and the mind as a neuroscientist. I'm often told that I'm not allowed to study. How internal states like anxiety or craving or loneliness are represented by the brain and so I decided to set out and do exactly that. My research program is designed to understand the mind by investigating brain circuits specifically. How does our brain give rise to emotion? It's really hard to study feelings and emotions because you can't measure them. Behavior is still the best and only window into the emotional experience of another for both animals and people yes self. Report is a behavioral output motive behaviors fall into two general classes seeking pleasure and avoiding pain the ability to approach.

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"visco vo" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"visco vo" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from the American Jewish World Service working together for more than thirty years to build a more just and equitable world. Learn more at age. Aws Dot Org. What's up nerds? I managed to Fi- host of shortwave the daily science podcasts from NPR. We bring you new discoveries mysteries and the science behind the headlines. All in about ten minutes think of it as daily brain snack and who doesn't love snacks and I'm saying listen and subscribe shortwave from NPR. It's the Ted Radio hour from NPR. I'm Newsom Rhody Today on the show. Were exploring uncharted territory with Ted Science. Curator David B. Elo so far we've talked about mapping the stars how were all made of Stardust and super slow moving microbes that can be found deep deep below. We're going to stay deep below but we're going to go back to the ocean theme here You're gonNA tell us about someone who is really pushing the limits of deep sea exploration. I mean I love me. Some deep sea exploration. I don't want to go but I like hearing about it. Tell me about this. So Victor Visco. Vo has led an expedition to the deepest parts of all the world's oceans. This is something that We've never done before. It's hard to believe I mean. That's they've been to the moon. Yeah but not all the deepest parts of the ocean and we don't really know what's going on down there so Karen's finding microbes. That are having a crazy lifestyle. There are many other forms of life. So let's talk about how victor actually got down there It's I believe that he was descending. Deeper into the ocean than Mount Everest is tall. Oh yeah is that right down there. And how on earth do you do you do it? In a very fancy submarine now. The tool is the submarine limiting factor. It's a state of the art vessel supported by the support ship. The pressure drop. It has a two person. Titanium Sphere Ninety millimetres thick that keeps it at one atmosphere and it has the ability to dive repeatedly down to the very deepest point of the ocean. And this is part of the reason that we haven't explored the oceans. Say as deeply as the Mon. It's it's an even harsher environment in many ways it's a it's an alien world in its own right the pressure of all that water above you. You don't to leak in that submarine because things go south pretty quickly when you're under that much pressure. You're claustrophobic you do not want to be in the submarine. We go down quite a distance in emissions typically last eight to nine hours in a confined space. I like to say. I don't trust a lot of things in life but I do trust titanium. I trust math. Trust finite element analysis. Which is how you figure out whether or not things like this can survive these extraordinary pressures and conditions. That was the real trick is actually building a titanium sphere. That was accurate to win. Point one percent of machine and titanium's a hard metal work and a lot of people haven't been able to figure it out but we were very fortunate. I've been working with an extraordinary team. Those able to make an almost perfect spear when you're subjecting something to pressure that's the strongest geometry. You can possibly have so when I'm actually in the submersible and that hatch closes actually feel very confident that I'm going to go down and come back up. I mean. I feel claustrophobic to Stephen Thinking about. Yeah he's a pretty unique specimen of a of an explorer And it's fun to chat with him about kind of why he did this and it really is just that drive to go where no one's gone before. Have you seen the craft like? What is it did? Did you visit Victor in it? I have seen the craft and I did. And this is one of the great regrets in my life. I did get the offer to go down with him actually to see the titanic. 'cause he was gonNA stop off there on his way to the Arctic. He was GONNA stop off there. Just because you know if you've got the sub you might as well use it and he's like. Hey man you wanNA ride But it turns out. It's kind of tricky to intersect with a boat in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. And I have a family and travel is not as easy to arrange. In retrospect I'm like man I really. I really should have done that because when Elsa going to have that Opportunity Name Never Davis kind of blue that one county people fit in there though so people can go in there so what have been it would have been going down for a little sightseeing trip to The titanic and it's like literally around ball it is I mean it doesn't exactly look like around ball because there's kind of other machinery kind of built around it so it can kind of move through the water and other things but the core of it. What keeps it stable. Is this titanium sphere. And that's what's keeping all that pressure off victor or whoever has passengers. Maybe wow and that's also the promise of this is that it's a reusable submarine one of the reasons we haven't to the bottom of the ocean that much is it's usually been a one off. You go down. He come back up. Your subs wrecked but but you got there and you got some stuff but then you gotta go start over again. Build another sub that this one is going down coming back up and can then move onto the next steepest part of the ocean and explore that so the hope is that this becomes a tool then enables us to explore these places much more deeply so every single dive we have gone on even though we're only down there for a couple of hours we found three or four new species because these are places that have been isolated for billions of years and no human being has ever been down there to film them or take samples. This extraordinary no human being. That's right so he has been to some places on the planet that no other human being Nazi. What does that feel like? I've been to places you don't know you don't know what I've seen. I mean he's come face to face with sea creatures that no one else knows exists. That's right and fortunately for us. He brought along cameras. So you can see that too. That's cool yeah kind of mind blowing. Can you just describe a couple of the the the new friends that Victor may down there? So I think the The one that stood out to me is a life form. That sort of looks like a balloon on a long stick and it's just kind of drifting along the bottom and this was a life form that has never been seen before so completely new to science and as you watch this life form kind of drift across the bottom. He's at tiny little version of it. And maybe it's a baby baby. Everybody loves to see a baby of a brand new life form. Yes we do. So does he get to name them. He does get to know. I know I You know I'm hoping that he discovers so many that at some point he remembers I exist. Throws Me Yeah? I'm cool with whatever could be. Microbe could be one of these balloon animals. Whatever I'll take him I mean that must be the most exciting thing that can happen to you professionally to see species that no one else has seen before. Yeah I mean it's it really is kind of Well it raises the the hairs on your back. It really does so okay now. We're going into territory that I'm a little bit more comfortable with because I go there every day into my The truth is that while we don't know that much about our oceans or the Earth's depths or even space we actually don't even know that much about ourselves and our brains like it is fascinating time when it comes to understanding how the mind and the neural connections actually work so. Let's talk about K. Tie because she is an interesting combination in that she is a neuroscientist who studies the Brain. But she also studies psychology and that is more rare than you think. Tell us about her. That's right so there's this gap in our understanding of consciousness. If you will we sort of understand the brain and how it works we sort of experienced the mind and how it works but we don't understand how that physical substrate the brain gives rise to the mind which you and your thoughts and your conscious experiences. That is difficult territory for a neuroscientist to study right. Because one half is objective you can see a brain and test it. One half is subjective. You can talk about a mind but it's much harder to kind of pin it down if you will so k. Is kind of exploring this Gap region this Nether region between the brain and the mind as a neuroscientist. I'm often told that I'm not allowed to study. How internal states like anxiety or craving or loneliness are represented by the brain and so I decided to set out and do exactly that. My research program is designed to understand the mind by investigating brain circuits specifically. How does our brain give rise to emotion? It's really hard to study feelings and emotions because you can't measure them. Behavior is still the best and only window into the emotional experience of another for both animals and people yes self. Report is a behavioral output motive behaviors fall into two general classes seeking.

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"visco vo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"World. Oceans day is tomorrow. We will educate you and entertain by way of a quiz. There are, how many oceans in the world mitzvah, curti five, that's right. Can you name them? I can Atlantic Pacific Arctic Indian and southern. All right. Good. Gile Southern's using like any list, there's always one missing seven dwarfs, she named six eight reindeer you name seven how many oceans five name them? You always forget, what, what is it that y'all? Everybody always forgets one. What is the largest of those five Pacific? That would be creek, sixty three million square miles. While by the way, the five oceans, consume seventy percent of the earth surface. What is the average ocean depth average ocean depth? Three hundred and forty two feet. Are you? Those averaging at all it's about two and a half miles of close average. What's the deepest of all the oceans? That would be the Indian. Nope. The pacific. Yeah. And what is it two and a half miles the challenger deep the Mariana trench? Yeah. It's about thirty six thousand feet deep. What is that? A little less than six miles, something like that. His name escapes me right now. I think I wasn't paying attention that day in history class. Actually, we didn't know this back in history class Victor Viscaya, though, Victor, Visco VO is the only person on the planet that has been to the highest place on the planet. Mount Everest and at the lowest place on the planet, the bottom of the Mariana trench, he's van to the top, and he's been to the bottom only person ever Lau. What do you think? That he found at the bottom of the Mariana trench six miles deep Pacific. Wrappers in a plastic bag. I'm embarrassed need. I say,.

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"visco vo" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Light. Once. This is Bob Cherry's believe. Okay. So I'm reading Sheri's copy of people magazine, the one with Megan's PB joy hits boy, on the cover speaking of which they have a picture of where they're going to live, frog more which. They're living there. Now. It's on the state the grounds of Windsor Windsor Castle. So they're near the, the Queen, but it's the former housing for staff, and it's a fixer upper, now it's a fairly large fixer upper, but it's a mint green brick that is just not really a very pretty place about point eight billion dollars in better. Yeah. Right. So I'm looking through here and I came upon a full page ad in color for a store called baby Baden voted voted B O Deion, which I've never heard of voting is British clothing company, that has clothing for women and children, and it says, new arrivals browse the British baby classics at bowdoin dot com. And there is a picture of a baby, a toddler with blonde hair, and it's wrapped the baby is wrapped in a sort of British flag a towel or it's not the British flag, because the colors are purple which is the color of royalty off, white and red. And the caption says an in by the way, the baby is looking to its left looking up just slightly with the air against kind of haughty bait of very haughty, baby. And the line is one isn't born with style. But one can buy it online. The babies look. And by the way, the baby has a little golden crown on its head. Like looking looking at an adult going, no matter how hard to try my life will be better than yours, because I served a have pants for boom, booms. Yeah, exactly. One is in born with stubble on combined online. What one isn't ballooning? What one can become one if you're buying the right clothing. It's too much. It's just too much. It's too much who wants to raise a haughty baby. What, what would come out, what good would come out darling? This is our baby here, shall we raise it haughty? Let's have a haughty child the child will turn into a haughty teenager, and then a haughty adult. I think that's a plan. Met, like a haughty baby. Yes. I feel like I have I feel like you can be a haughty beat. I like the Queen, but there's a story about the Queen when she was twelve years old, somebody came into the room. The Queen was setting up her Dollhouse at, and he was a man, and it was on its way to somewhere else and putting Paul's and said to the coin. Well, Hello, little lady, and her we today, and she looked up at him and said. How well she was being raised to be the Queen to be the sovereign Queen. Like I think you know, she's a very positive image for the British Isles. But while it's one thing when you're raising the future Queen of England. Raising care of me. Right. Audie babies. Nothing good will come of the haughty band on the haughty. Baby's going to go. And I've known some people from money, who I swear to God had pushed like this. All around. Also in this episode of can you believe wanna congratulate Victor Visco? Vo does that name ring any bells for you. He just set the world record for the deepest manned submarine dive. Well, he dove to the bottom of them. Marianna trench, which is seven miles below the surface. The previous record was held by James Cameron, the director of Titanic, and Victor only beat James Cameron's record by fifty feet. So there he is. He is the first human being to be the furthest below the surface of the ocean seven miles into, you know what he found down there some plastic and a candy wrapper? Are you kidding so yeah, well done. You Mandy tastes the rainbows seven miles below the surface, God, I thought you were going to say, some unusual fish. We've never seen before. Well, a plus the candy red plastic garbage plastic bag, and a candy wrapper, which tells you that are litter and garbage has, has reached the deepest deepest debts seven miles, isn't that something, it's horribly used to think by the way, that nothing could live that far below the surface, but it's not true. There's all sorts of organisms that live in the Mariana trench. What like a kit Kat rapper. And you know what they found inside some of their bodies plastics, and that some of them are beginning to use micro-plastics as food, which I guess, if they could eat and digest the plastic that would be kind of snow nutrition and plastic. Take that back his fruit by the foot is. You're stuck. You're right, exactly right. Fruit by the foot. There is something appealing about it. I mean, anybody who's had a kid as probably tasted, there's something appealing about it. But he is so close the plastic I had to explain because kerr-muir tried to get me to buy this wasn't shoes. Like, maybe eight seven or eight. And I'm like, Honey that is candy that is Jong. She goes, it is not it is fruit. It says it right on the box. What is advertising about advertising Heine anytime? They spell fruit. F. R. O OT, really. That's so true. That's the power of advertising advertising. So, yes congratulate you know, the human spirit the thirst for exploration in knowledge that flame. Never died. Congratulations, Victor Visco VO taking over that world record and our apologies to everything that lives down there for our garbage. It's

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"visco vo" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on Here & Now

"They are they're not radically different, but they all have their own personality. The Puerto Rican trench and the Atlantic was the softest bottom that, that we found a lot more like quicksand than hard bottom. Southern Ocean near in art to go was much harder. Had a little bit more, rocky complexion the challenger deep was. You know, just the intense pressure was there, actually hasn't been more wildlife than some of the others, which was surprising, so. They'll have their own unique. Character. Now, you mentioned that you have also climbed to the ice because you've climbed Mount Everest. Yes. And you have your tenure skied to both the north and south poles. Yes. Which my sister tells me means I have pretty good resistance from cold. We'll did anything scare you at this point is I mean, well fears is a wonderful tool that humans are developed to warn us of impending danger. But as I've told other people, it's something that you can actually control to some degree to very high degree in our minds are incredibly powerful things. And if you condition it in a certain way you can control your fear and actually just deal with the problem at hand. And, you know, go have a stiff drink and get scared later, but, you know, you, you do learn over time to control also trying to supply. And, you know, when you're flying aircraft and have an emergency, you know, you can't panic you can't be real scared. You just have to deal with the issue. And that's what it's like diving the submarine, or climbing a mountain. Do you want to go to adder space? I would love to go out or space. I don't think that would. As a surprise to anyone. Yeah. Well, what about here on earth once you're done with, with these trenches? What's next for you? Well, would love to study that all the data that we've collected and, you know, we've done a lot of mapping of the seafloor as well and discovered a lot of undersea features and we have a big project to try name all the things that we found. But I'll probably, you know, relax a little bit trying to think of the next adventure and yeah, take a look into it would take go into space. That is Victor, Visco VO who has just gotten back from making the deepest ocean dive in history documentary about his five deep sea expedition will air later this year on the Discovery Channel. Victor, thanks for joining us, and congratulations. No. Thank you very much. Most workplaces are trying to cut waste for the environment, but also to save money today in our series going away. St- what's being called the last frontier in workplace sustainability science labs, for instance, at Harvard University labs take up just a quarter of the space, but account for half of the campus, energy use think of all the plastic the chemicals, the coolers, Megan THEO king is reported for our partners at the health and medicine publications stat. I Megan hi there. Well, and that quote about the science labs being less. Frontier came from Rachel Ralph..

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Here & Now

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on Here & Now

"Discovered trash in the abyss Victor Visco. Vo joins us now. Welcome. Thank you very much. Great to beer. Let's start with just the basic question. What is it like down there, to spend four hours, seven miles under the ocean on the floor of the Mariana trench? It's, it's pretty exhilarating and really exciting to do the whole diving evolution going to the bottom of the Mariana trench at the challenger deep. It was a twelve hour trip on that first one where we spent four hours of the bottom for hours down for. On the bottom for up. So it's quite emission gets a little cold, because the ocean itself is cold chills, down the sub, but it was a great experience. What does it take to get down there in a submarine on this twelve hour round trip journey takes a, a lot of technology? It was a four year endeavor of designing submersible from scratch that could repeatedly and reliably go down to the bottom of the ocean. And that's really what we were trying to achieve, and then we had to build it. And then once we built it, we had to test, it off the coast of HAMAs for many, many months in perfecting all the different electronics in the wheat system, and then we had to build a support ship and refit that so it could take it all over the world. So as a big logistical challenge as well. So there was a lot of moving parts, but we put it all together. And we've now gone to the bottom of four the world's five oceans, what are the life support systems like on that stuff? How long could you survive? For example, if something went wrong. Well, what's interesting about the submersibles the first one that's ever been designed to commercial safety standards. All the ones that have come before have been more, experimental that have gone down the challenge. A deep. So it has a lot of safety, and it was required that it has four days of oxygen for two occupants, and nineties for a single occupant, which is a bit excessive because if I ever got to that point. I don't think I'm coming up. Did you ever worry that you wouldn't? Well, when you're taking a prototype, submersible down to these depths. There's always the worry in the back of your mind. But we did test the core component.

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Here & Now

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on Here & Now

"And what did we learn today from the hearing, Jerry, I think what's most notable today is what wasn't new now subcommittee members, of course, asked about recent developments report in, in recent days and weeks about what else might have gone wrong leading up through crashes but Daniel L. Well, mostly stuck by the F as previous positions. For example. Assigning some blame based on information out there, so far any way to, to the pilots in both crashes and sticking with the FAA's timeline for grounding the plane, you know asked, whether the FAA was, too slow to ground the max in the days after that second, crash bay Volvo youth ups airlines, he basically said, no other countries were two too quick to do it. The FAA was doing a data driven analysis. And it just took until then together all the facts. Now the Wall Street Journal is reporting that there's been an internal F A A review, which says senior agency officials were not involved in the safety assessments for the jets flight control system, the m Cass, what do we know about the certification process, it seems to have happened, according to the Wall Street Journal, is that the FAA Boeing rather got to tell the FAA how important it thought 'em Cass was, in terms of, whether it could have caused something catastrophic and Boeing didn't think it could. So then base. Based on that the FAA was kind of relying on Boeing to do more of the work here. Then would have been the case, if it believed or understood that it was more a critical system as now very much appears to be the case. Well, and it gets to this point that keeps coming up over and over again, which is that it looks like Boeing in the FAA were a little too close for comfort on a lot of this. Yeah. And, and, oh oh, by the way, when asked about that new reports that he wasn't aware of the internal review that, that story was based on. But yeah, this is called the organization designation. Authorization a long-term for something that basically describes his program where if the FAA trust a company to do some of this work, it'll do that. And this is routine in a lot of cases and not just in this industry. But of course, now with everything under the microscope, all kinds of questions about whether too much power essentially was, was, was ceded to Boeing, whether this was more than collaboration. Whether this was, you know, the company, it should have been regulated causing the calling the shots is set to have any better sense of win. The seven thirty seven max will be back in the air not too many people in the airline industry. Expect it back in the air before late summer. And if you just kinda look at what airlines are doing with their schedules. They don't seem to believe that either L. Well today did say that he expects the formal application at least from Boeing to come quote, soon soon. Okay. But then, of course, they're going to be a lot of passengers to convince that they want to actually book flight on a seven thirty seven max, which, you know, when I just anecdote only when I've talked to people at this point, they're not ready yet. Seth Kaplan here now transportation analyst, thank you. Thank you, Jeremy. A fifty three year old businessman from Texas has resurfaced from what he claims is the deepest ocean dive in human history. Victor, Visco VO recently plunged to the bottom of the challenger, deep in a submersible. It's the deepest part of the Mariana trench in the Pacific. His five deeps expedition is exploring the deepest point in each of the planet's oceans..

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"visco vo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"The Carol Burnett show. He was also a voice on SpongeBob squarepants. You're listening to USA radio news now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline tickets. Book a flight today to London Paris Madrid or anywhere else. You wanna go and pale lot less guaranteed. Call the international travel department right now at low cost airlines eight hundred two one five five one four one eight hundred two one five five one four one that's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one former White House counsel, Don Mcgann is scheduled to testify before the hostages Sherry committee. The date set for the committee for him to appear is a twenty first, but it's still unclear whether he'll show up to dish area committee. Termine Jerrold Nadler says the committee will hold Mcgann in contempt. If he does. The attorney is a key figure in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe and he testified extensively about President Trump's attempts to disrupt the investigation the White House. Now says again cannot turn over the documents that the house committee is seeking and that the president prefers not testify. This is in keeping of the president's strategy of resisting congressional investigations and subpoenas. A divert goes deep underwater and finds big trouble. You were safe. Chris Barnes reports. Retired naval officer Victor Visco. Vo of Texas just completed the deepest solo dive in human history and says he found garbage at the deepest point on earth. He used his submarine to head to the bottom of the Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean. There he says he discovered what could be four new species of Chris stations, but he also made some less thrilling discoveries like plastic bags and candy wrappers Visco Vos die was filmed for the Discovery Channel. For USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes tickets with you on your computer or mobile device and listen anytime at USA radio dot com..

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"visco vo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on KOMO

"Help and building self esteem. Well, breeding socio-economic, gaps between students critics say there's no proof the uniforms actually, improve academic results or reduce disciplinary issues and an American explorer believes he found plastic on the seafloor while breaking the record for the deepest ever dive Victor Visco VO when nearly seven miles to the deepest place in the ocean Mariana trench in the Pacific. He spent four hours exploring the bottom discovering never before seen see. Critters creatures but also a plastic bag and candy wrappers kind of under the seats their T mobile park. I suppose Bill Swartz is here from the Harley exterior sports says what's going on. You think he found any of the lures that I lost way down there. Yeah. Well, there's some care encouraging news about king Felix returned to the pitching mound last week. He was put on the shelf for ten days. The Mariners right hander Felix Hernandez suffered what's called a grade one latte strain. Well, that's the least severe form of that type of injury up around your shoulder. It means Felix won't be able to throw though for a week or two they're gonna shutting down. Mike leake is starting for the Mariners game two of their home. Stand at seven ten tonight against the Oakland A's counter with lefty Brett Anderson, the ends needed ten innings two rallies. Last night to prevail. Six five in the opening game. Kyle cigarettes some at bats this morning in Las Vegas for the Tacoma Rainiers. The third baseman has been out since spring training. Many at his hand surgery, wishing all the best to Seattle storm basketball. Coach Dan Hughes today, he had his surgery to treat cancer of the digestive track. He's supposed to be kind of working and not for the rest of the summer with the defending champs, Golden State. Warriors are the champions of the NBA and they opened the western finals tonight at home, Portland. Coach Terry Stotts believes the trailblazers can steal one in Oakland. Eighteen vinegary team. We've had our challenges is. Reassuring that we split with this year. They're good, and we're going to have to be on her game to.

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"visco vo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The proposal includes the construction of three building residential and commercial campus on a long vacant piece of land surrounded by Campbell street. Highland avenue. Sick Wall Street and chestnut avenue. It's the largest development in Arlington heights in more than two decades. And the man who just completed the deepest solo dive in human history says he found garbage at the deepest point on earth. Retired naval officer Victor Visco. Vo Texas this month used a submarine to head to the bottom of Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean. There he discovered what could be four new species of crustaceans. He also made some less thrilling discoveries like plastic bags and candy wrappers and those are the headlines WGN sports eleven years ago. Next week. The bulls jump for ninth to I in the NBA draft lottery. They only had a one point seven percent chance to do. So they've got a better chance tonight unless ground cover when the lottery takes place in Chicago. They have a twelve and a half percent chance to jump from fourth to first White Sox pitcher Carlos ROA. Don, we'll have Tommy John surgery. GM recon confirming the news Monday the socks hope to have Rotan back sometime in the second half of the twenty twenty season. They take on Cleveland again this afternoon after winning last night five to beyond four solo home runs to off the bat of yawn, Mon kata shocks one three in a row and the series wraps up this afternoon. Twelve thirty five on WGN more on the sock cinema moment. Cubs were off tonight there at Cincinnati in hockey NHL Western Conference final now all tied one one after the Blue's four to one of the sharks golf Justin Thomas withdraws from the PGA championship. Tiger woods. And his girlfriend named in. A wrongful death lawsuit stemming from the death of employees at woods, Jupiter, Florida restaurant, the suit, contends woods and Erica Herman the restaurant manager.

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"visco vo" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Part of one of many factors that will look at us part of our investigation the four people killed. Passengers on the Royal Princess, the fifth was the pilot statement from the cruise line said Princess, Cruises extending its full support to travelling companions of the guests involved. The president promising a helping hand to some of the hardest hit people as a result of the trade war China trade war, it's going to raise costs for Americans. But President Trump is defending his tariffs. Even though he admits farmers could get hit by retaliatory measures Monday. Trump said he would use some of the tariff revenue which is paid by US importers to help keep farmers afloat. A Dallas businessman has successfully made the deepest ocean. Dive of any human being in history. Victor Visco VO reached the bottom of the Pacific ocean's challenger deep on April twenty eighth. He was thirty five thousand eight hundred fifty three feet down when he reached that deep spot in the Mariana trench. He says his expedition found at least three new species of marine animals. He surveyed and mapped the region is down there. For like, four hours he collected scientific samples. Yes. Said he found a plastic bag and some candy wrappers boy, they sunk to a new low. Actually, I think that's great news. Very upset about this in this particular story, at least it wasn't like a graveyard of plastic bags miles down seven miles. That's a long way down if plastic bags will go seven miles to the bottom of the ocean floor. Well, that's great. Liv malone. Yeah. But they're still animals down there. I'm joking eight thirty five let's get an update on traffic.

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"visco vo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on KOMO

"By twenty points. Investors remained jittery as the Trump administration's trade war with China escalates. ABC's? Trevor Auld has more effects of the trade war now taking hold with China. Imposing retaliatory tariffs. Markets lost more than a trillion dollars in value Monday. The worst day for trading in months, President Trump still steadfast in ongoing negotiations. This is a a very positive step. I love the position we're in the president giving timely saying it will take three or four weeks until we know if efforts on the trade deal with China have been successful pointing to a meeting with China's president she in late June. We're going to be meeting as you know, at the g twenty and Japan, and that'll be by think probably very fruitful meeting. But the president still insists China will be paying the tariffs. But US importers American companies are the ones on the hook with the cost usually passed onto consumers. One pro-trade group says it could cost the average family of four an extra seven hundred sixty seven dollars per year. We're just seeing him. We're on the price. Icing side, we know because we need to match that price scenes and China's new tariffs are devastating for many farmers. Take the soybean market where China bought sixty percent of US exports before the trade war started, farmers worry. Those days are now gone for good. A lot of farmers are going to have to come up with alternative sources of income. I'm going to start growing a lot of hey, the president is promising to help out farmers. He's offering fifteen billion dollars in new bailout money that's on top of twelve billion dollars already authorized last year. When this trade war was just ramping up. Trevor all ABC news, Washington. There are reports this morning. The White House is reviewing military plans against Iran. The New York Times reports acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan, presented an updated military plan to the White House late last week in reportedly includes sending upwards of one hundred twenty thousand troops to the Middle East if Iran attacks Merican forces or increases its work on nuclear weapons, we have more from ABC news correspondent, Martha Raddatz. According to the New York Times, it was national. Security advisor, John Bolton a hardliner who asked that military plans be updated in the event. Iran attacked American forces in the region or speeds up its nuclear weapons, according to the times this specific plan does call for one hundred twenty thousand troops to the Mideast which rivals the number used in Iraq. But they're always an array of different plans, and it is unclear whether the President Trump and even seen the plans of though, it seems certain he has read about them now. And this comes as the investigation continues into the attacks on a number of Saudi Arabian tankers. US officials telling news the initial assessment by the US team is that Iran or Ronnie and proxies placed explosive charges on the four ships blowing a five to ten foot hole in each of them at or below the waterline this morning, the US ambassador to Saudi Arabia, retired General John Amazon who spent a good deal of time in Iraq is saying that a thorough investigation is needed. And the response should be reasonable and short of war. That's ABC news correspondent, Martha Raddatz. Well, you can find human garbage just about anywhere these days, even at the deepest point on earth. That's the word from a retired naval officer who used a submarine to head to the bottom of the Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean. Victor Visco VO made it down to a depth of nearly thirty six thousand feet and besides finding a few new species of crustaceans he says he also discovered plastic bags and candy wrappers as well. Komo news time six twenty. And it's time for our propel insurance money update Nissan is forecasting.

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"visco vo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Four today with a high of eighty five seventy two degrees at News Radio. WFL a there's yet another candidate running for the democratic presidential nomination. I'm Steve Bullock. And I'm running for president. With your help. We will take our democracy back. So who is Steve Bullock? He's the governor of Montana NEC twenty-second candidate entering the democratic field. President Trump plans to meet with Chinese president Xi at next month's g twenty summit in Japan to talk about the trade war. That's led to an escalation in tariffs and Mondays sinking of the stock market. The president believes that the United States is in a much better position to whether a trade war than China. The president tweeting this morning, quote, I say openly to president Xi and all of my friends in China. The China will be hurt very badly. If you don't make a deal because companies will be forced to leave China for other countries too expensive to buy in China. You had a great deal almost completed and you backed out the president has also insisted time and time again that it's China who will pay the tariffs and that the US will benefit from money coming in from those tariffs. John Roberts reporting attorney general William bar wants to look into how the Russia investigation began bar. Assigned US attorney John Durham to lead the probe that will examine how the investigation's initial intelligence was gathered at least four people are dead after two sightseeing planes collided along the coast of Alaska during a popular excursion for cruise ship passengers federal investigators are headed to catch a candidate try to figure out why the two planes collided. Mid air both planes are carrying people who were on a cruise one of the planes was returning from a tour of Alaska's misty fjords. The planes involved were float planes or aircraft that have pontoons mounted under the fuselage. So they can land on water Princess Cruises says they are deeply saddened by what happened and their thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families several other people survived the crash, and we're taken to the hospital for treatment. Rob Dawson, Fox News NASA's trying to get a man and woman on the surface of the moon by the year twenty twenty four after several false starts over the past. Several decades NASA administrator, Jim Breitenstein. L CBS news. This moon effort is different. This administration is saying not only are we going to provide the vision we're going to provide the budgets toback it up nearly two months after vice president Pence said the US has to get back to the moon by any means necessary. Breitenstein says there will be no safety shortcuts. It has more important for us that our astronauts be safe than anything else. That's the goal. Mr. Trump's promised one point six billion dollars is for the coming budget. No, one can say what happens after that much of the hardware has yet to be developed, Peter King CBS news. Walmart is promising a new service to compete with Amazon by offering one day shipping for some online items, but Amazon wants to be the leader in new technology, but it may cost jobs Amazon's push for one day delivery brought complaints that it's becoming just too much for its warehouse workers. Now, the company reportedly is rolling out machines will automate the job of packing those customer orders. The million dollar machines scan goods coming down a conveyor belt, and automatically create and pack a custom made box. Amazon wants to install these machines at dozens more warehouses in a move that will eliminate more than thirteen hundred jobs at fulfillment centers nationwide. Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Not exactly old faithful geyser at Yellowstone. National park is going berserk spitting. Hot water a hundred twenty five feet in the air and now Park Rangers. Wondering why the large ledge guys are as welcome back up. His guys are as some of five hundred of them featured in the park, but this is one of the bigger ones and has a narrow opening that the water in steam as pass through that actually makes it quite noisy park. Officials. Tell us some of Yellowstone's geysers like old faithful are predictable while others seem to have a mind of their own John saucy, a Fox News. The Justice department is cheering judge's ruling that a radio station in Washington DC has to register as an agent of the Russian government WCHS has been broadcasting radio Sputnik around the clock since December of two thousand seventeen radio. Sputnik is part of the government news agency, Russian President, Vladimir Putin created in two thousand thirteen some human garbage is apparently at the deepest point on earth. That's the word from retired naval officer Victor Visco. Vo he's from Texas and used a submarine. Head to the bottom of the Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean. He made it down to a depth of nearly thirty six thousand feet in all time record to what's known as challenger deep. Besides finding a few new species of crustaceans also discovered plastic bags and candy wrappers. It's eight thirty five at News Radio. WFL? A.

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"visco vo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"visco vo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Coast weather forecast is looking mostly favorable for tomorrow night. When SpaceX launch a falcon nine from Cape Canaveral. This one's going to be carrying sixty communications satellites part of the company's venture into the telecommunications business. They've actually want to operate more than eleven thousand startling satellites which will be able to deliver internet remote. Areas of the world. Spacex hopes have that full constellation deployed by twenty twenty four launch window opens tomorrow. Night at bedtime. Ten thirty PM. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO about some more space as Lieutenant governor Ginette Nunez spoke with our Tony Marino about continued efforts to get space command headquartered here on the space coast. I know you have put a lot of time and energy into this. And now it's looking like that's not going to happen. Where do we stand on this? And I have not given up. Hope we're both very much still pushing for the space combat and command headquarters to be here in Florida. We think that Florida is uniquely positioned to provide the type of workforce type of readiness. I'm Cheri space Boorda, and we're going to have a call later this week, and that's one of the center pieces of our discussion. The man recently hired as the state's top financial regulator is now on administrative leave after being accused of unwanted sexual advances. Ronald Ruben was picked in late February for the one hundred sixty six thousand dollar year job an investigation has been launched an AG. Ashley moody calls the allegations deeply troubling here. Listening to the seven AM expanded newsfeed. I'm Marsha Taylor. We're bringing you fifteen straight minutes of news, weather and traffic with no commercials. Oh, a police leader in Orange County is accused of abusing his power documents released show that Apopka deputy chief Randy Fernandez inappropriately tried to influence an investigation. Into how an officer handled arrest last year for an end is apparently wanted the officer involved to be fired. But the city attorney was investigating for for possibly overstepping as thority Fernandez was under investigation. He announced he'd retire affective in September Florida's twenty nine thousand nine teacher of the year. We'll be taking over as principal at Marjory stoneman Douglas high. Michelle keffer is to replace Thompson who recently announced he's stepping down as principal of the parkland school due to health and family reasons Thompson was added to a school district investigation of the two thousand eighteen shooting in March when his responsibilities were reassigned to other administrators Herod was formerly a science teacher at the school. Laura Lee news ninety six point five WDBO also out of south Florida judge is blocking prosecutors from using video that reportedly shows New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft and a precarious situation. The judge said that when installing a hidden camera for a prostitution sting operation. Police did not do enough to protect the privacy of people who weren't committing crimes because police didn't constitutional requirements the judges suppress. All evidence obtained from that video that could deal a major blow to prosecutors case craft has pleaded not guilty to charges of solicitation of prostitution, Kevin refuse. News ninety six point five WDBO early US assessment says Iran was probably behind Sunday's attack on to Saudi oil tankers the tankers trying to head into the Persian Gulf through the strait of Hormuz when the attack happened. No one was hurt in the attack. No oil spilled, but the vessel sustained significant damage. 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And the base of the Mariana trench, the deepest no point in the ocean. He found new species there the humans have never seen before. But he also saw angular metal or plastic objects with writing on it the Scoville commented that through all of the amazement. It was very disappointing disease. Obvious human contamination of the deepest point in the ocean. Laurel leans ninety six point five WDBO, I.

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"visco vo" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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"visco vo" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"You're listening to as it happened, the archive addition, tonight's theme fake news coming up a little later, be completely made up story that broke the needle on the as it happens. BS detector. Fiscal staged his own death, and he's not only lived to tell about it, but he has a photo capturing the exact moment. He apparently plummeted to his end. Then again, Matt Vesco has tons of other images of himself doing shocking and scandalous. Things snorting cocaine at the office ogling couple having sex and vacuuming grandparents to name just a few old fake. But Mr. Cobos intent isn't a pool anybody on really anything. It's to bring attention to the inherent fakeness of the original images. Images that didn't originally include him. Matt Mesko vote is an art director and part time stock photo bomber in two thousand fifteen. He spoke with Carol about his unusual side gig, Matt. What is stock photo bomber? Well, I am the start. Oh, mama. My stock photo bombing is my effort to kind of the world of stock photography into a more real place weight. This idea come from, well, my background is advertising and I looked through a lot of stock the Takefuji and one day I was shopping and gift shop. I walked past the sexual. They were selling some picture frames and they had a stock photo of family in the frame. And you know, just something kind of snap in my head, and I just had to do something to that photo and I bought the frame. I didn't even really need a frame. I just bought it to gain in the photo. Scanned it in my first instinct was to put myself in the photo and it was particularly offensive as like it was a couple of young son, and I see. Picture of a birthday party and he's blowing out his candle, a different one. So I never actually put the one that I scanned in the picture frame out in the world because I didn't have the license to do that. But the one that you're referencing is one that I bought later, the one around drinking a beer with the top on in the background. Yeah, so happy, happy family, having their party oblivious to this man looking rather like you're in some sort of eight of dread drinking a beer in your underwear? Yes. If anyone has ever been at a child's birthday party you can relate to that man tells the other other photos you photo bombed yourself into. Well, there's another shot where there's a couple having a very intimate moment on the bed together, and I am their roommate who has Bandari issues standing about three feet from them eating a bag of potato chips. Very. Nonchalantly standing just watching them. I think you know the thing with these photos is the photographers and the models are it's really guesswork on their part. You know, these are not photos that are purchased beforehand by someone with a specific need. They are like, just guessing. Okay. Maybe put an older couple looking kind of sewing on the edge of a bed. Maybe someone might need that, you know, like they're just kind of throwing it out there. And I think that's really the reason why I think these photos look the way they do because they're just kind of creating these things that they hope we'll check off enough boxes for people, whether it's an Eddie gency or a graphic design company or what have you. And they're hoping that it'll do enough to get someone to actually use it. And I think that's why they're kinda bizarre. Another one, a couple, the men and women in business office environment. He's explaining to her, what are you doing. I am doing something naughty on the other side of the partition and doing some drugs. You're snorting coke. Okay. Yes, you could say that. Exactly. Say that. I feel like I'm on the stand. It's really a a lot of fun. I really enjoy it. Then you'll definitely see some more talks little bounce and future professional stock photo Bomer Matt Visco VO speaking with Carol in twenty fifteen. You can see some of Mr. Vesco Votto bombs on the as it happens website CBC dot CA, slash AH..

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