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"bernie hub" Discussed on Imagine This
"So our brain is surprised by something unexpected and that could be lake joke tricking our brains or even a surprise attack and. That's when we love the now. Brain makes special chemical. That makes us feel happy. And we can't control any of it yet and it's even hotter to control if we're in a place with lots of other people laughing like a talent show laughing is really social. That means it happens without the papal. So you will thirty times more likely to laugh when there are other people around plus. It's contagious to let's contagious laughter. That's when you laugh because the other people laughing jokes can be great. They can help. If we're feeling sad about something they can help us. Savings in a new way. And i can bring us together up when we're laughing together. We feel like we're pot of something laffy help us make friends cannot tell you my favorite jerk. Yeah yeah what's orange and sounds like a parrot. A carrot ace. That is a nice lapa slad. Can i use the one at. The show is not entirely good jokes. Knock knock is dead interrupting cat into well six seven. Why because he thought that he'll turn big t non Nine how does it done. This'll count annoy why to gold. Thanks everyone thanks for any no worries news. Have fun bike. It's either any ladies and gentlemen. Please give a warm welcome. Do dr wish me luck. The answer to why jokes are funny is a little mysterious. No one really knows for sure but lots of scientists think is at brain is tricked by something a little rude or unexpected when have brain funds something funny. It sends messages. All everybody's telling us to squeeze and taught now muscles and make a big noise out of amounts only giggling. He's great for us because it makes us feel happy and connected to others. We might not know exactly why jokes are funny but we do know that lofting is an uncontrollable unstoppable full of fun. Imagine this is an abc. Kids listen podcast hosted by me. Dr marriage law a big. Thank you to science communicator. And professional fund person bernie hubs and all the kids from today's episode. This episode was written and produced by somme. Abella senior producer is. Emma gives an audio engineer is priced holiday to hear more great kids podcasts. Download the abc kids. Listen app free from europe. Store once more laughs. Check out the story store. A show from our friends at cbc podcasts. The story store takes orders from real kids and turns them into hilarious bonfield adventures kids grandparents and everyone in between every episode before his bring original stories to live with fresh takes on different genres sweet songs and lots of laughs. Hello and welcome to the story store. The podcast where your stories are made to order now. A lot of people ask me what goes into a good story mr orlando. I would say it's equal parts action imagination and ice cream. Yes exactly gary. No no this story. So wherever you get your podcasts..
"bernie hub" Discussed on The Science Show
"Up its lunar activities and of course one of the big points of interest here is that everyone is interested interested in lunar resources lunar mining. The stuff people will need to run an industry or a a habit at on the moon so China is really getting in with collecting the right kinds of Dada and developing the right kinds of technology. Four days pizza industries and almost as if to demonstrate just has significant different achievement was a couple of other space powers attempted their own lunar landings on the side. We can see on the kind of easier side and they didn't Glenn so in April the Israeli on land the the bare sheet Land unfortunately just smashed into the moon. It lost contact and basically it was a breaking failure system on on the way down by the time the engines race dotted. It was too late important. Be Able to slow down. The same thing happened to the Indian Lander in September uh-huh different glitch. But I'm the same thing with unable to stop in time with these Riley one one of the saddest things about it I think was that on top of other things it was carrying and that it was the first Israeli attempted a lunar landing there were thousands of taty grades. Little water bears that were included on there and announce me it across the lunar and there was some suggestions that they might because this is tiny microscopic but very Patricia Pechiney would have designed very very odd looking. Yeah tiny very tough organisms. There was some suggestion that they might actually. We might have put live tidy grades on the moon and they might have survived. But that's a very outside. That'd be news theory slowly at this stage and cotton seedlings can't survive probably todd grades when it gets to the nighttime again minus one hundred seventy degrees plus all that radiation on good now atmosphere but it. It is interesting though those two missions. They didn't exactly fail. I mean you have to remember that the Indian mission still has an orbiter that's orbiting being the moon and the first Indian mission was critical in identifying water down near the South Pole and north pollen in actual fact. That's really what the whole. Oh a game about the moonies actually now about but this whole thing these final two minutes of a moon mission like daddy's is really critical if you can think about those old western movies. Levi's way you've got somebody running along next to a train carriage try to jump into that train carriage and they've got to get it right at the right time rather is going to face plant now. Essentially this is exactly exactly what happens with these pieces of technology. They've got to slow down because they've got a match the orbit then they've got to chase the orbit of to find the right place to land and break it exactly the right time. It's an incredible technological achievement to land on the moon and I think we forget that because there have been a few successful landings but I think that the unsuccessful ones now kind of put. It's pretty much even Stevens there. It's it's still huge fate for us to be able to do that and we'd have to be able to do that. Really successfully we have to be able to do this on the moon really successfully before we really make a goal for Moslem. Well it makes you realize just what an achievement it was to do that with people in Nineteen. sixty-nine yeah that these days couldn't even beat out a word processing documents. Let's that's right. Yes put things in context now. What have space fans got to look forward to in two thousand nine hundred twenty l.? Wylie there's more things taking often. Something's he's coming home again. And that's right well. Speaking of MAS. It's back to MAS again next year. So we've got two missions not one but two missions launching Pharma's next year we've got the exit twenty twenty which is a combination of the European Space Agency and Roscosmos the Russians the Russian so they launching the orbiter. They've got like a a lander they launching that in July. And we've also got the NASA twenty twenty mission. They're also launching in July now. Now you might be thinking. Hey that's a little bit of a coincidence but it just so happens that this is the window of opportunity for launching missions to Mars because the orbits of Earth and Mars lineup and can give us a like a nine month trajectory to to get to Mars. Because that's the aim of the game gives us a headstarts that's right so if if either of the missed is that window of opportunity. Then they're waiting again for another eighteen months now. The latest news on that is particularly the Europeans because they attempted this kind if mission in two thousand sixteen with a small rover called cheaper alien unfortunately it went splat on the surface of Mars. And the trying to do it again. And they've had a few issues issues we parachutes but they've also now called in NASA. So hopefully that will happen. Both of those missions were launching a roundabout July launch in July. When did I get tomorrow? They will get to Mars ause around about January February eight twenty twenty one and there's also some stuff making it back to Earth from quite a long way away. There's a Japanese mission. That's been to visit an asteroid. There was a NASA one as well. But that's GonNa take a little longer to get home but next year the higher booster too should come home with some pieces of asteroid. Let's think about a two kilograms of of asteroid coming back from there. Yeah that's right. It's it's definitely on its way. Hi My they sent a message in November. So it's it's heading back and we'll be looking looking forward to getting pace of primordial history from a little one one kilometers square rock that sits between Earth and Mars so so that's that's pretty exciting. So that's I think Judah come back late next year. What sorts of things we're going to be looking for in in these handfuls of asteroid rock? We're really looking at the building blocks of life things like amino acids and there's always this question about. How did these building blocks get to Earth? So it's really this question about how the solar system formed armed and how we've got the resources that we've got as well I guess also then there is that thing about mining potentially can we go out there and mine and asteroid. Because we'll have that too. I guess that's also on the cards. That's also something we're thinking about with the Moon Right. Potentially what are the resources. There and China has a sample return mission planned in the Five so the next in this long run of Chinese missions the return should be was going to be later this year. But it's been delayed into next year the launch of that mission and They'll be doing the same sort of thing. Having a bit of a dig up there and bringing back the first Luna material since the nineteen seventies since the Russians nations brought him back in seventy six so I need to keep an eye on in space. Thanks very much for coming in to talk the year in space with US John. Wiley Wiley and Bernie hubs. I'm Jonathan Webb and went back to normal service with the science. Show podcast from this week on your back with Robin Williams and car..
"bernie hub" Discussed on Hard Factor
"And unless you say vegetarian, anti vegetarian, so that's a couple of groups as well. It'll be upset. Vegetarian tacos vegetarian. And try a different word for taco yet. Maybe you're talking a lot of city. That's how you party Mark nice work. That's how UPC party there we go. All right. How about lib central Austin's well known for being a quote, blue dot in a red state, so might as well just take it straight to the straight to the source lip central. That's pretty accurate. Yeah, I work. I like it. Surprising. I don't know. I like it. I like to be in the center. It's LC. We're living in the l. c. l. baby liberty city also saw to cut you off over liberty city also like the famous city from grand theft, auto three, GT three. Ooh, which was awesome. Also, politically incorrect. People shooting each other could point. Not enough. All right. Okay. What about high garden for those game of thrones fans out there? That's a reference to a place in the game of thrones world where a lot of wildflowers grow just like Austin, and they had a gay leader in Austin's very gay friendly. So high garden, think. Think. I'd like to go to a place called high garden and get high. That'd be awesome. It sounds nice. I don't know about the whole city, but I'd like it to be an area in a city I'm living in. Yeah, something good park. Yeah. Okay. And then my last scripted one Bernie. Got robbed, damn right. Bernie. Got rob Texas. So awesome. Just a giant Bernie hub during the last primaries. And so I feel like that's a name like the whole city could really stand behind just call Austin crybaby bitch town. Honestly. Hey, hey, wait, wait. He got robbed. All right. Crybaby bitch down. That's it. Name. All right. That's the big story today. Some of the stories we didn't get to northern California fires continue to rage with at least six dead and seven missing. That's really terrible. It's so I'm in northern Nevada, so smoke here. I couldn't even go on a run today. Man, my lungs the same way. So you're feeling it too, but yeah, that's a bad bad situation. The fires contained Trump tweeted about shutting down the government over US Mexico wall funding, and so everyone went nuts over that again, the billionth time on that topic the last time, the government shutdown, like a month ago, nothing changed zero. I still didn't go to go to the doctor use mobile Macaire 'cause I can't figure out what the fuck it is. There you go. And then Ving Ramos had the cops called on him in his own home for suspected burglary by his white neighbor. How do you not know who Ving rings is she lived next door to him. He looks like he sounds. Exactly. And then before we close to all of our mazing listeners, we'd like to apologize real quick for the technical issues we had last week, we've got an awesome team, Rebecca, Evan, and Mikey, and they're on our asses to get the shit worked out moving forward. So hopefully less technical issues. Thanks for listening. We'll talk to you tomorrow..