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"blackhall" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris

expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris

04:32 min | 7 months ago

"blackhall" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris

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"blackhall" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris

expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris

06:44 min | 7 months ago

"blackhall" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris

"The same trust essential workers to provide the care that they give us i- family's trust us to give them a safe and protect the home personally. I mean you know if. I'm speaking from my own experience. I like my home to be as safe as possible. Growing up every us smoke. Clorox and new Okay and knew it meant that whatever is on the service is going to be. Not that and it's going to be germ-free. Years later a still trust. Clorox i community. He rose trust. Clark to keep places like hospitals grocery stores disinfected. So i know that. I could trust chloride to provide a safe environment at that. We all can enjoy it. That's why trust clorox regular bleach by mixing the third cup of clorox irregular believes with a gallon of water man. You know what i mean. That's you know kind of like the antidote. I know that. I can count on clorox dissipate the products to give myself and my family. The best home we deserve. You dig what i'm saying for me. It's important to share with low in the public. In general how they can give the most care for their loved ones because when accounts trust clorox thing about the expansion although it seems mutually advantageous at first glance everybody is not necessarily on board one hundred percent Some residents say the move doesn't allow input from those living in the area. Other say is bad for the environment. what are you. What are you Comments your worship perspective. Well it's really. I mean it's been really a fascinating. Study in race actually swap. Because my neighbors are it's all black neighborhood boca and i've gotten to be friends with all of these The leaders of these different Neighborhood commuted to use the npr news and they at the that are the local black residents love. This they've been begging to cobb county for decades for more economic development boca right because it's kind of it's been an area that's been largely forgotten. Okay you're talking about about a jail exactly right you know. The jail is our neighbor that address. Full well i remember you telling me that when he came out to tour. Yeah that was my address full while man you know I didn't notice your studio while i was well. No it's not. it's not that jail. Which was the one the one the ones that sit next to us or a minimum security women's prison. Oh no and and the other one is a A juvenile detention center. So unless you must be further down the street from you know from opinion exactly right so the pin is on the other side of moreland and we're on the east side of moreland bokhary a so. What's been fascinating about it. Is that the the support for this. And what pushed this. Through was the black commissioners supporting their black residents. Who wanted to see this happen. Fighting against one white commissioner and a lot of her white constituents who took it upon themselves to be against this when they're not even the residents who live nearby. The what what what what. What is the basis for for their for their concerns. What is it. I think that you know the primary thing that people have voiced opposition to is the notion that the county would take land that they own and swap it with the developer now in this process. The county's getting thirteen extra acres. So i'm giving them fifty three acres and they'd give you forty exactly right okay. So but why is it any of their business. Why do they care. Like what is the argument. That's being made the justifies them telling the county how to handle county business. Why think what you found you know. They voted in the the commissioners voted five to one to approve it. So i think. In general the county commissioners didn't hear very strong argument. But i'll tell you philosophically what it is is they fundamentally just. Don't want to see counties making these kind of discretionary decision but why because they feel like government has failed them in the past and they're skeptical of government decision making. Okay i i i can't i can. I can candidate undestand with it coming from. It doesn't seem as preposterous it. I is it i Now you know. Joe georgia's become the number one state for film and television productions A lot to do with the tax credits. how's it being like. I guess being in competition with other film studios like Tyler or power. Would you were like in existence before either of those correct now. The the guys that started this whole thing. We're we're pinewood. There were smaller studios prior to that so there was there was the pre pinewood era where we had a. We had a movie industry here but it was smaller movie. Smaller television shows And it didn't have the scale right. And when dan cathy built pinewood which is he opened two thousand fourteen. Dan kathy lee Owns chick-fil-a yes chick-fil-a. Gentlemen and then. The next thing is panned who had open on sundays. I believe pinewood is open on so. Wait a minute miss. The capital mashes something now. Why is it there. If it's a ground of religion or morality if chick-fil-a is closed on sunday wise pan would net also closed on said. now. I i've heard dan talk about this. Okay what did he say and what he talked about it was that originally chick-fil-a wasn't closed on sundays for religious reasons. Oh yeah what was the reason. They had one shop. Ooh his mom and dad ran it and they were tired is needed a day off. Visit them and they wanted to and they didn't want to go to church and they didn't want to hang out with their family. They did want to have family dinner excetera but originally it was a practical move To not be completely exhausted at it right so now well i think traditionally it just it became like a thing okay and and they felt like they were doing so well a- and they were honoring this kind of day of rest which certainly there's an old testament precedent for a seventh day of rest. Sure and so. I think they said you know this is working right. We should rest one day of the week. Ochre and so there's obviously people who observe a sabbath for religious reasons murray and then there are other people who observe a sabbath for the the health of their soul food. Yeah.

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"blackhall" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"blackhall" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Fred Watson space nuts and a big hello to social media. Follow is contribute via facebook. Page if you're not following us on facebook maybe have a look if you're a facebook user of course you can also join the space nuts podcast group on facebook. That's a chance for you to talk to each other and help each other with astronomy questions. And it's going gangbusters. People are really enjoying finding each other and you know the similarity and interest is is rather fascinating so I occasionally poked my head in neighborhoods. It's actually for you. These space nuts podcast group so way might want to take advantage of that and of course youtube. The numbers continue to grow. So if you'd like to subscribe to the space nuts youtube channel. You can do that too now. We have a couple of questions. I didn't preview that. He's because I forgot but we. We are going to tackle a couple of questions and then we're going to do a little bit of homework. Oh go back to something. We talked about a couple of weeks ago just to finish it off. Which was the Roche limit which which actually came about as a result of a question but I question today comes from Andrew Mitchell. I think Andrew's been in touch with his before different. Andrew all this race and talk about black holes has been fascinating and the last installment got me thinking. According to Arnstein to Quesions blackhall's is supposed to have infant has infinitely small infinitely dense singularities at Santa. If that's the case then how do to actually merge into one blackall shouldn't I just keep orbiting? Hr getting closer forever or is the fact that black holes do merge evidence that singularities have size. Perhaps associate with a diameter of one plank. Length you'll regular plugs. In Youtube Channel have been paying off. I just became subscribe number non non three. So we're getting a question Andrew. Thanks for joining us on Youtube. Still loving the show. Please keep up the mind blowing stories. Thank you Andrew Blackhall's Gee we don't talk about them very often but it's an interesting question because we talk about how the the black hole itself is quite small when you compare to the event horizon or the or the you know what's going on around it but yeah to merging black holes do they actually merge and how is it so it's a really good question it you know. The the whole black hole thing is how to get whether you physicist and astronomer. Somebody fighting over toilet rolls involves blackhall too doesn't it? I'm sure it does yeah Very very hard object to understand the standards and Andrew's question is is really well made. How did two black HOLES MERGE INTO ONE? I don't think there is any need for them to capable beating around each other. If there are infinitely small size I do get his point. If you've got something that's infinitely small and you put something else that's infinitely small next to it. They're never going to the never going to touch because they're because the dimensions are infinitely small but in fact as Andrew says they do merge we have evidence of that from the gravitational wave observations that have been made over the past two three years and there is there. Is this phenomenon called the ring down. Which is the the sort of aftermath of the merging now? I don't know enough about black hole physics to understand specifically what the mechanism of the ring down is but I suspect that is where the evidence comes that you actually have now merged black holes in fact we know we know the evidence is there because you wind up with a black hole whose mass is actually usually slightly less than the sum of the masses of the two black holes that have merged and the access has gone into creating the gravitational waves. It's mass into energy but Andrew goes on to make an interesting point he says or do the sing or is the fact that black holes do manage actually evidence that singularities have assize perhaps a sphere with a diameter of one plant legs seen now introducing the plight. Length is a really neat way of sidestepping. The idea of an infinitesimal a small object. Because the the plaque length is defined as being the smallest distance is got it does have a proper physical definition. In fact it's actually the distance that light travels in one unit of plant time so that raises a question. What's playing time? Let me just summarize. This is coming directly off wikipedia. The plate length can be defined soy from. Yeah let me read. The plankton can be defined from three fundamental physical constants. The speed of light in a vacuum the plant something. Physicists have very familiar with and the gravitational constant it's the smallest distance about which current experimentally corroborated models of physics can make meaningful statements. So what it says is an. I'll go on such small distances. The conventional laws of macro physics. No longer apply an even relativistic. Physics requires special treatment at the bottom line. Is that a plight length. Billow that all bets are off. I really don't understand what is happening to the physics. But Maybe Andrew. His point is well made a planks. A black hole is actually what you have at the center of constituting a black hole system. I need to talk to my expert friends about this because this level of technicality. My knowledge is not specialist but I do know people whose knowledge he's better the mind next time. I run into them going to US exactly about these questions and hopefully feedback to buy snaps into Andrew and his fellow listens. Okay so the question remains open Andrew. Yeah we'll give you a definite. Maybe thanks Andrew. Thanks for the question. Let's move on to a question from pay in Sweden. I'll focus of news for you which you may or may not be aware of. But a young lady named Julia Angstrom a Professional Golfer from Sweden. Just won the New South Wales Women's open which we hosted here in double a couple of weeks ago right because their cost was closed. Apply for members. We we we got to go out there and watch these young ladies around. It was a European tour event. She won not only her share the prize money but a two year exemption on the European tour. She's eighteen years old and she swings at luck champion. I mean she was hitting two hundred sixty two two hundred nine hundred meters. Wiling pass me. And she's just a slip of a kid but remarkable plyer and someone to watch out for in the future. If you're a Golfer Julia instruments and I am so they go off a little bit of can fail his pride swilling now he says. Hello Andrew and Fred. What a fantastic community you've started and it's global one to have been faithful listener of your pods nap for a year and enjoy them very much. Never Imagine Thursdays could be that exciting. I'd usually say something derogatory but I'm feeling good today now. This question might be of interest to the show. Is there any chance to blackhall question? By the way it is there any chance that a black hole might not exist in. Its inside its event horizon. After all black holes it climbed to be singularities a infinitesimal in size in practical terms. Nothing rights if so could an event horizon act as a sort of a delayed postal service never informing anyone outside what has happened Salunke Strategy Post. Really now actually. There's another news double post office here in town. Got Post Office of the fabulous. That's great about right here on Weei Willie extra questions would. Physics allow matters still to be pulled into the vent event a into the horizon even if the blackhall was gone Great question off and in a sense the they've he's right about the veteran acting as delayed postal service because it stops the transfer of information. We do know that Black Holes can evaporate Poking radiation but are basically an not evolves transfer of information. We know that but he's very very slow so they the event horizon does shield the black hole from the outside world if I can put it that way but in terms of whether the black hole itself exists it. It's kind of the other way. Round the only way the event horizon can exist is if there is a black hole at the center in other words this infinitesimally small singularity essentially starting space time to the extent that you've got this shield around it this black hole the black hole. Sorry the black hole. Event is in the event horizon in some ways illusion Andrew. Because it's it's just the point of no return. It's the thing that won't let light out and it certainly he's black. We've seen that from. The inventor is an image that was released last year but without the black hole. Event terrorizing doesn't exist so it it has to the has to be the singularity of the middle with all its complicated infinitesimally small planks dimensions. That we've just been discovered discussing yet. Great question and thank you very much. Sweden rocks was not very long ago and as Monty Python says. Nothing can come from nothing. Nothing yes thanks. Appreciate the question one more thing before we finish up Fred and this is a little bit of an add on from a question about the Roche limit. A couple of weeks ago we were trying to figure out the Roche limit between the Earth and the moon and as you explained the Roche limit is the point where gravity will destroy one of the objects involved in the in the situation so you could probably explain a bit and then I'll just east down. Basically we were trying to figure out how close the Moon could get to the Earth. Before it was obliterated life on earth would probably be obliterated to try. It will be a tricky situation. All of it is. It's much less than I thought it will be Andrew. It's the Roche limit for the Moon is nine thousand four hundred ninety two kilometers. And I think that's from the center of the Earth so he's actually three thousand one hundred and for one hundred and fourteen kilometers above. The surface imagined moon three thousand kilometers above the surface. Wouldn't it look amazing? It would look pretty amazing just from not far away. Yeah but that's okay. We'd have plenty of toilet paper we would. We'd be yes. So what three nine thousand yet. Nine thousand four hundred and nine hundred kilometres the center of the pluses. It could get before it was destroyed by gravity and we would go down with the ship absolutely in a nutshell right. Now we've got that sorted out Thank you fred so much. It's always a pleasure. It's always a pleasure talking to you to Andrew and we'll speak soon you will indeed and thank you for listening. Thank you for your contributions. Keep them coming. We love to hear from you whether it's on Social Media Rovira website where you can send us emails. We have little contact form. This can send US questions and to patrons there'll be some bonus material coming up real soon Other than that. Thank you and we'll see you again next time on another addition of the space. Nuts podcast to this podcast. Google PODCASTS spotify iheartradio favorite podcast. You can also stream on demand at. This is vein. Another quality podcast production from thoughts dot com..

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This star moving at hyperdrive-speeds was spat out from our black hole

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

09:56 min | 1 year ago

This star moving at hyperdrive-speeds was spat out from our black hole

"Of the ticket a style that's being flung out of the Milky Way Galaxy Alexey at a record breaking speed of six million kilometers per hour by the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Centre a report in the monthly notices the Roll Economical Society claims. The unfortunate star was sent on its course through gravitational dads with secretaries ace tax more than five million years ago the style which is now some twenty nine thousand light years from Earth is traveling some ten times faster the most stars in the Milky Way including the son in fact. It's moving so fast. I believe the Milky Way in about one hundred million years never to return one of the study's authors emeritus professor Gary that cost us from the Australian National University. Says is the stars encounter with a black hole occurred at a time when humans were first learning to Walk Upright. He says in astronomical terms star will be leaving galaxy fairly sued and will likely travel through the emptiness of intergalactic space for eternity the Milky Way central supermassive black hole secretaries a star has some four four point three million times the mass of our Sun. It's located some twenty six thousand light years away in the direction of the Constellation secretaries authors discovered discovered this hapless style while using the three point nine meter anglo-australian telescope at the siding Spring Observatory to search for the shorted remains of small galaxies orbiting. The Milky Way is part of the southern Stella Stream Spectroscopy survey follow up observations within made with the A and US two point three minute telescope confirming the stars. Extreme speed did the customer and colleagues then trace the Star's journey back to its point of origin in the Galactic Center. It's this must have originally been in a binary system with a companion star and this system ventured too close to the black hole secretaries ace ta which then captured one of the Stars Too Close Orbit or sling shutting the other one out of the system custom and very high speed. DACOSTA says it's great to be able to confirm thirty or prediction. That stars really can be flying out of a galaxy by the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Center. I'm part of it. The national team that is using the anglo-australian telescope to get philosophies and abundances for stars in stellar streams the stuff streams Remnants of small galaxies have been ripped apart as they fall into is advertised on potential and by studying them we can learn about the distribution of doc mattering our galaxy for example but for every field. We don't necessarily have a complete set of targets for the thought so we used the other spare fathers to look at potentially other stars of interest and we found this stuff. That's has a velocity moving away from us as over a thousand cuomo specific and that was very unexpected and exciting discovery. Picked your interest in other words very much so Particularly the stars brought enough that the European Guy Satellite Commissioner a very accurate promotion. The motion in the plight of the sky is distinct from emotional life on us when we combine that with the observed. A lot of thoughts. Lusty you can trace Ashley Orbit back in time. And the orbit. Effect Exactly intersects with the center of the Galaxy. So we're very sure that this does being flung long out of the standard of the galaxy matches a prediction for a long time. Now that's been massive. Black Holes will blackouts. Generally I guess under the right circumstances weren't gobble Lapa Adventures too close but will in fact fling it out. That's right. There was a piper written first by Jack Hills in not an idea actually before four the Central Collin Galaxy was really well established in which he predicted it. If a binary star got too close to the central by call one of the stars would be absorbed in towards the blackhall. The other one would get a lot of energy be flung out of the center of the Galaxy and bicycling escape from galaxy completely. And that's what we're saying here. This really is the the first time that we've been definitively established that this high-velocity star doesn't affect have its origin at the center of the Galaxy. What do you know about this star? Well we know that it's Relatively young it's about two and a half times the mess of some. It's likely to be quite rich in chemical elements because the Santa Pod Aug- Aleksey is where the overall about this is about effective two times higher than it is in the local neighborhood so it's caught rich but With a massive about two and a half times orange the lofty that is traveling at its guide to escape from the Galaxy and hit off into it elected spice which is a very empty place. What does one cool is star in integrated space? I know if we have a planet outside our solar system. It's a rogue planet but what what is it aerobic style. I guess you'd call. It is a collective star. The the volume of spice outside of galaxies is very very empty. So you know you have a very small population of stars walk. These escaped from galaxies and and They'd be very hard to find. It's not the first high-speed contended that has been detected that appears to be living galaxy. Isn't no that's right nine for some Almost addicted I guess that there are these high-velocity stars that appear to be skyping galaxy in fraction of which appear to be coming from the center of the Galaxy. But this is the very first one where we've got precise enough to seminar of the top of the star to absolutely verify that it's coming from the center of the Galaxy hasn't been given head log number yet or a name. It has the rather prosaic name S. five because as five is the Stream survey project we're involved with And then it's it should be s one high-velocity star number one. I guess with the expectation that we might find more to me about the survey that you guys have been doing. This is really exciting. Isn't it looking at. The shredded remains a small galaxies opening the Milky Way. That's right It's actually a very good example of international collaboration. There's a team in the US that uses what's called the doc energy like camera on the former telescope in Chile. But let's you image lodge areas in the sky and they've infect done quite deep suv. I of the Southern Hemisphere Scott and in that imaging serve I I discovered of order a dozen of these streams where we believe these a AH small galaxies. That have been disrupted but you need to take spectroscopy of the stock is to get the philosophies in the abundances and the anglo-australian telescope with its two degree field spectograph spectograph lets you observe up to four hundred dollars at a time and that is a unique facility in terms of its field of view. A numbers fathers in the astronomical world so the US imaging imaging people have collaborated with star stone of his experts in fava spectroscopy to measure that. He's sort of these streams and You know serendipity can sometimes what can you fight or wait. Found this This particular stop by studying these still streams. This must be telling you a lot about the origins of the Milky Way Galaxy itself and how it's grown over Giga Giga us. Yes you're exactly right The the standard Theory of how the Milky Way is come into existence as had lots of galaxies Small galaxies full in get disrupted and then contribute. This does to the highlands of the disk of the galaxy in that process. We can try and map out. What the distribution of mass in our galaxy is by understanding the orbits of these streams in the galaxy get disrupted some of the stars get energy energy and move ahead than some of the stars lose energy in full behind? That's probably the other way around And so you. The whole thing gets strung out as a string of beat effectively and by studying the motions of streams we can actually see things like the influence of the lodge measuring like cloud as it comes by our galaxy. It's extra gravity. It disturbs the orbits of streams. and Are we seeing a lot of stuff from secretaries to office will run the other side that well it's been gobbled up. Now's well isn't it. That's that's right. I mean. The Sagittarius Stream was the first example of this Process with off. Galaxies falling in and being disrupted I guess it's Probably twenty. He's ago I guess it was in twenty five years since it was discovered and that is the archetypal example. The core of the galaxy is near the center of a Galaxy Galaxy. There's a stream of stars advice that goes across the hall. Scott now Sagittarius is was originally much more massive system than the small systems. That are just being disrupted the streams of West studying but it does just show that this process goes on Sagittarius. What in fact its own set of costs that guide to be added to the Hanover? The galaxy wants to sides of terrorists. System is completely disrupted with globular clusters. Can you tell the difference between a glove class. Sta and the center of a shredded galaxy. See that's very good question There are a few Gobert. COST IS GONNA cost is have constant abundance of elements it's like on and calcium Others but there are a few classes like a Centauri which is readily visible in the summer sky where there was a big range inch in the chemical elements like Nelson on from star to star. And it's certainly been suggested that Those cover costs as well. You see a heavy element abundance range by well obtained the former nucleus off galaxies. Pain disrupted our listeners are way normally globular cluster. oster is a tight ball of thousands if not millions of stars which originally formed together at the same time in the same molecular gas and dust cloud but when you see globular clusters crossed with stars of very different MILICIA's very different compositions. That's the telltale sign you're talking about. Exactly yes yes. In fact we have an example inside serious various the The there's a classical m fifty four which is a very luminous go cost which is right at the center secretaries and in fact does have a Ryan the elephants. So that's almost smoking guns or the Saudi.

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Does Our Solar System Contain a Primordial Black Hole?

BrainStuff

06:35 min | 1 year ago

Does Our Solar System Contain a Primordial Black Hole?

"There's something big lurking in the frozen hinterlands of our solar system that appears to be tugging at the a tiny worlds beyond the orbit of Neptune the object is assumed to be a hypothetical world called planet nine which has extremely far-flung orbit around the Sun and causes all kinds of gravitational chaos out there in the dark but as the search for planet nine wears on and astronomers have yet to so much get a glimpse of it some researchers are pondering the object could be might not be planted at all could it be a primordial black hole the solar system is a big place and while astronomical techniques are rapidly advancing many tiny bodies in the outer solar system have yet to be found planet nine thought to be a rather more substantial object however with massive around five to ten earth masses scooting around the sun at an average distance of four hundred to eight hundred astronomical units or a US since one a you is that average distance at which earth orbits the Sun that's ten to twenty times the orbital distance at which Pluto orbits the Sun So if exists planet nine takes between ten thousand in twenty thousand years to complete just one orbit the possibility of a large world orbiting the Senate such a huge distance is captivating studies of other stars system's reveal that exoplanets between the masses of Earthen Neptune are relatively common why our solar system doesn't contain a world with this mass range is a puzzle but a planet nine really is out there it would be profound historic discovery that would reshape our understanding of the system of planets that orbit our sun suffice to say any planet with an orbit this extreme would be very difficult to spot but astronomers are scouring infrared surveys with hopes of seeing distant object slowly crawl across the sky if it's out there planet nine should be emitting infrared radiation energy leaking from the planet since its formation but so far apart from the gravitational effect of something in the outer solar system there's precious little direct evidence for Planet Nines Existence Enter the Black Hole hypothesis in September nineteen astronomers Jacob Schultz Durham University and James Unwin of the University of Illinois at Chicago published a new study describing their alternative hypothesis the gravity personal weirdness in the outermost reaches of the solar system isn't being caused by planet at all instead they pointed to the potential presence of a primordial black hole a theory it's caused a bit of a stir no this kind of black hole does not pose danger to the rest of the solar system it'd be too small for that but in the distant regions solar system it's impact would be significant the only evidence we have for Planet Nines Existence are the gravitational effects it's having on Trans Neptune objects and Black goals are the most gravitationally endowed objects in the universe after all primordial black holes are the most ancient kind of black hole there hypothesized to a formed right after the Big Bang density fluctuations in the early universe what have rapidly formed black holes of all masses these ancient objects would have been flung throughout the cosmos and over time they would have slowly evaporated via hawking radiation smaller ones popping out of existence I but let's back up a step why does scientists think that some extreme object is out there in two thousand sixteen planet Hunters Constantine but Teagan and Mike Brown of Caltech announced their discovery of a group a very distant Trans Neptune objects the were all strangely clustered moving was similar orbital alignments their orbital alignment was also weirdly tilted so it appeared they were all being corralled by gravitational interactions with a larger planetary body but no other large planetary body exists in that region so Teigen and Brown hypothesized an as yet to be discovered planet was out there and so the hunt began while many theories of cosmic evolution suggest that primordial black holes should exist we have yet to directly observe one though there is some compelling indirect evidence take for example microloans what's the transient brightening of stars caused by massive object passing in front of them causing a brief brightening by the curvature of space time creating sort of magnifying lens analysis of these micro lens events suggests that there's a population of small black holes out there with no other visible clues except for their gravitational impact on space time mm-hmm Shilton unwin took a fresh look at the Trans Neptune object peculiarities and simulated. What would happen if a black hole with a mass of between five and ten earth masses had an extreme orbit around the sun sure enough their models suggest that primordial black hole with a mass within this range would cause orbital turbulences like the ones already observed in the population of Trans Neptune objects this could also explain why little optical or infrared observational evidence for planet nine exists a primordial black Cole would generate neither signal in fact if a black hole is nearby and may also be dragging around a cloud of dark matter that could be generating different types of radiation searchers therefore suggest based on their findings the experimental program needs to be expended including searches for high energy cosmic rays like x rays and gamma rays coming from moving sources while this is an interesting avenue of steady replacing hypothetical planet with a hypothetical type of black hole may be overcomplicating the mystery the planet nine we spoke with Mike Brown he said could blackhall explain the gravitational effects we are seeing in the outer solar system absolutely all we know is there is a six earth mass something out there and we don't know what the something is Brown points out that planet would be the most obvious something but as long as it has a mass of a few earth's could be anything but the plausibility of it being anything other than a planet is extremely low to say the least with tongue in Cheek Brown added it might be a six earth mass hamburger or a Burrito but yes it might also be a six earth mass black hole the physics of course don't care one bit what the six earth mass are made of you could equally well hypothesize that every exit planet that we only detected by the radial velocity method is a black hole is it possible yes does it make any sense in the unit I know while investigating other gravitational sources of what may be messing with Trans Neptune objects is good science. It's more likely the planet when is a planet and not a primordial black hole astronomers just have to keep searching and there's a growing consensus that will be discovered in the not so distant future

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"blackhall" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

11:39 min | 2 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Almost you know i had to ask shit because my my head is just like okay understandably faith-based in maybe more alliance with republicans right but you can still have your faith based democratic's. I think people are candidate. Yeah you find the right candidate. That's true. They said the people who i talked to you specifically like it's not as really not really based on like a candidate. I don't care who kennedy is. They're voting republican. Ooh excuse me agassi face right now. Yeah they're voting republican. You know had to ask questions and this is literally literally. The majority of what was talked about was really based on that again. They don't agree with everything so nobody this writing the they arrive or die for trump asking that but some of the things that he was supporting in his campaign was speaking good to them. Yes what sounded like. Money was finally it was like that you don't let me like it was sounding good. I mean let's not be less. Let's be honest like all politicians lie. Whether you're republican or democrat all of them live so you really gotta figure how would is better. What are they wanna layer presenting that okay. I'm in agreement with this. This is the representing. This is what they're coming for. I'm going to vote this way. I don't think especially in the blackhall shirt. I don't really know what happens in other cultures but especially in the blackhawks. I think that we're always always like my parents. Were democrat. I'm an automatically a democrat like we never even investigate to see what the republican ballot is what they represent but the thing because i already know growing up i'm a democrat. My saying is though that could be same for republicans. You know what i mean like. My parents are republicans. They're for. I'm going to be republican publican. You know what i mean so it could go that way as well but my thing is though when i look at the republican valid in when i see everything that they are talking about you know what i mean they don't align line to my with is view is was right. You know what i mean <hes> so therefore i tend to go more on the liberal democratic side because it's just like hey hey. I want the best for all people not just for the rich. You know what i mean. I want the rich to pay taxes so that people underneath y'all can come up but as well and we can actually have a thriving society. You know what i mean. Hence why i chose choose democrat and i'm not you know i had a friend and she was the republican for a long time. Maybe like the last four years i've known her. I mean her standards have changed since then. She's like going back to going back when she's democratic mccray now but it was just more republican for a long time and i know who the franchise you notify. You know you better take a look at my is you know but i know she is but she was like that and then she's not like that now. So it just depends it depends it could change you never know so a person may be republican album the democrat later on or did democrat or republican leader so thank you again. It depends on the candidate. I have a question for the question. I want to bring him something. So mario lopez last week have brought up the fact <hes> <hes> i guess he was <hes> against against transphobic. I don't think it really was necessarily transphobic highland but listen <hes> pretty much. Mario lopez pretty much said it was dangerous to it is to consider a child. <hes> transgender around the age of three and people were saying he was saying that was dangerous because they're so young by. How were they actually know. Oh as they were transgender at early age right and so he was bullied into apologizing i wanna say he was he was he was born but i mean you could be you them. Be bullied how i want. I want this coin. You were bullied into apologizing now how do you they believe yes bullied into apologizing. I do think there was a misconstrued. <hes> between gender him is speaking being for his view. As a parody have children he had three children so it would be different if he didn't have children and he was speaking on this for somebody who is a parent and they're speaking speaking on how their viewpoint and how they raising their chil- children and how they don't feel like their children at the asia three are mature enough to decide. I'm transgender gender. You can't fault him for that. My thing is though there was a difference. 'cause i forgot the girl. He was interviewing because she's republican too but he was. I mean the hair there. I guess i don't know but anyway she <hes> she was complaining to gender. Identity with sexual orientation does make sure that we all know the difference of gender identity is how you identify as your gender and sexual orientations us who find attractive you know what i mean so just be clear arna or whatever because a lot of people don't know the difference or don't like to separate the two right my thing is with as far as <hes> gender identity goes as kind of <hes> <hes> i wanna say kids don't know i'm not sure i'm not saying. They don't know how they feel. You know what i'm the at early ages three. I'm not transgender none of his own think. Are you know what i mean but <hes> in a sense of actually feeling like okay. I'm was born in the body that i don't necessarily relate to fully <hes>. I don't think none of us really opening the door to this. Let me finish okay so oh with a three zero saying like hey. I wanna be a boy. Don't wanna grab because i i think that does happen. <hes> you know. Can we really say this is really like a just a phase. A whatever or is it just a fate or not a phase where this is really how they feel and understand where he says it's dangerous because it is three euros arose. They don't really have the vocabulary to say but they cincinnati. They see their siblings. Their classmates exactly okay. This is a boy right. This is the girl or this is something in between they can identify in them. Choose it feels oh. This is what a girl does. This is what boy does and if you more aligned with the more femininity feminity part like you literally fully like innocence of now i don't i is the difference between just being a feminine boy. I really feel like i'm a girl. When i mean meanwhile i really am. I hold in my hotel as the person. I don't feel that i am fully me. You know what i mean and you. When you hear people stories of you know when they come out they say always these. There's a maturity level required to make that statement. I think as a parent <hes> innocence and we don't have kids to do anybody here. No i think as i just think if i had to put myself paramount if my child did say something like that okay. Why do you feel questioning the station right. Thank you has a conversation see where they're coming from three year olds at this time they know how to talk. Essentially essentially you know what i mean they can. They know how to put some sentences together skill. They have those motor skills. I can you know talk. You keep them focus. It's kinda like that's the hardest part you know what i mean. As far is like just kids kids are kids. They're kinda like the kind of wired to go anywhere but and it says keeping a focus so they can have that conversation or why the way they do is okay. Okay well depending on how you feel this way all right. How long have you been feeling this way. You know what i mean and then a long time. I mean that's very much that's very true. You have to remember on their three around okay. Let's go to therapy and see if this is really what you're feeling or or something like to actually get professional but this is what i believe. He's referring to as it being dangerous for a child a child to come to you and say this and you okay okay. I'm gonna let you just like a girl like you didn't unpack it. We didn't go to therapy like a baby does not even a child right are still potty training. There is a maturity level that needed to make that's what i'm saying what would be how do we determine the proper age gender and okay so let's take the gender identity part of it. That's too like the sexual relationship people were say years something i for some but then again when people will say like sexual orientation and you know if haired on hetero normative or straight or whatever you are attracted to girls boys of the opposite sex you know what i mean and then nobody really blinks is or whatever but when it is a case where a boy like boy or girl. How do you know how do you know i'd be access same thing for the i mean for me. I'm gonna ask if my nephew comes to me and say i like girl. I'm going to ask why why do you like that girl. Specifically i wanna know why do you like that. Girl makes you feel yes. Yes these are questions that i totally agree needs to be both ways <hes> because i need you one even as a man dan or male or female. You need identify what it what is this characteristic. What is this guy. I like. What is this that i do that like. I don't want you to say i like her. Crane on i know that's how we need to unpack this right and so for me no matter what you you know happens. I'm definitely going to unpack that. Do i think the other side because of my stance on it. I'm going to unpack a little bit more. It's very safe to say that i am you up well. I asked the questions either way. Absolutely and what questions would you ask more if you are another of this depending mm-hmm wasn't an inside and stayed there like it didn't swing back like a bitch right here like they got that so now. We swinging winging. We stand right here. What would that question be like okay. Why do you feel attracted to the young men are they're the same sex or whatever what he feels then edano but those questions are something that even if he gave me a said i'd like girl. I wanna no question i wanna know but then again. It's more about that. Growth specifically is not the fact that she is a the girl. You know what i mean is. The fact of that growth specifically right now is is more accepted for guys jason like girls and girls guys. I know you're trying to like put in a way like oh why but nobody's gonna question so a a guy for like an girl too much because like normal is what i'm saying like. That's the part i mean compared to. I mean even though you even though like nobody have ah like personally me. I don't i'm not i don't have anything against like people like in the same sex but you can't you can't compare is like is from from time that guys and girls are supposed to be with each other so so. Do we not question at all. Do we just let them figure it out all right. How how do we there's no question that's quite something. They all come into at their own rate. Thanks i feel like you have moments in your life that lead up to you making that decision yourself and i feel like every kid should be given allotted as much time as they need to free out who says even not they decide something when they're younger. They didn't get to adulthood and be like also and be like you know what this isn't for me and change their mind. I don't think there's a set timeframe but i don't think you should be labeling child that is only three years old and hasn't even figured you're.

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"blackhall" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"This is the worst outfit. You're making reference to the future. Winner of all star seven Leon Comoro black. Like half the cast of all of season nine at this point. So it might happen. If they go through everyone, she was actually really fun on season nine. I forget how many unconventional but terrible outfit. Nonetheless, we still figure out what an adjective is. Yeah. I mean, this was like the bananas were a good idea. I mean Carson puts a perfectly that there's a difference between concept and execution. The concept. Was there? The execution was not the hair in particular was just a really odd odd choice choice. Yeah. So and I mean, she unfortunately, six like a sore thumb as opposed to the other sakes, feel like all did really fun creative adaptations of the theme, which I get speaks towards I think the strength of this cast particularly on the runway this week where it just didn't work out for her. I mean, we'll talk about you know, how I think the top and bombs were delineated from a team perspective since they were also working together. But I don't know if they'd been judged as individuals and Monique Monet did a little bit worse when it came to club black hole. I I would. Not have been particularly shocked to have seen Mony in the bomb. Maybe instead of someone like Naomi? Yeah. I mean, I think the, you know, the judging is a little confusing because it's a group challenge. And so, you know, I wasn't sure. Whether or not they were truly being judged based on groups, or if they were being judged individually, but I think the fact that club Blackhall was just so strong that even though. Mony? Didn't look great on the runway. It didn't really matter. Let let's go around the horn who it would be your respective top two, and let's not pull to you don't need to pull to from team. If you wanna pull one from one team in one from another between the challenge and the runway you can do Brenton. What was your top two personally? I would have had I think I honestly would have had Manila and Monet, again believe it or not the same to hers save last week. I would have had this week. I thought they both did the best as far as presentation hosting feeling comfortable in the club. Having a great time and giving me a sickening runway. Yes. Latrice gave me a sickening runway. But I felt like her she was warm during the club but other than being warm. I don't feel like she gave me a lot. There weren't a lot of laughs. There wasn't a lot of prepared material and other than the welcome. I don't remember much of her during the club. And maybe that's because Manila did step on over everything. But I am of the school of thought that in drag the Wiki wheel gets the grease. And so Manila was the one out there trying to get some airtime and so give it to her. So it's on you. If you don't fight for some airtime, and she was clearly. She was willing to let minoa have the Mike, and I don't I don't think she should be rewarded because she said less, so yeah, I would've had Manila and Mona here. Yeah. I think for me. It's definitely Monet for sure I just really loved the space alien black hole party. The fact that I just didn't meet and greet with the weird alien baby. Just is so weird..

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Astronomers can't figure out what caused this cryptic 'Cow' blast

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Astronomers can't figure out what caused this cryptic 'Cow' blast

"The American astronomical society's meeting in Seattle Washington. Spain told scientists is still hotly debating data house of eighty twenty eighteen cow a strange and powerful explosive phenomenon bright enough to be seen throughout the visible universe. Located some two hundred million light years away in the direction of the constellation Hercules, eighty two thousand eighteen cow was immediately nicknamed the cow based on the final three litters of its catalog. Name the strange cosmic explosion discovered by the atlas oh sky survey system in Hawaii on June. The sixteenth last year is unlike anything ever seen before immediately after receiving the alert and international research team led by refuge McGrady from Northwestern University lift into action and began observing the unusual source across the electromagnetic spectrum at x Ray optical infrared and radio wavelength measuring it's changing characteristics telescopes around the world contributed to the using spectroscopy to try and to code. The nature of the source among the telescopes contributing to the study was the southern Astor physical research telescope in Chile is instruments obtain the initial specter of the cow. The spectra showed matter was expanding from the object at up to ten percent. The speed of light yet despite more than half a year of study using both ground and space based observatories. Scientists are still unsure about exactly what it is seeing the two leading hypotheses are either very unusual supernova that is exploiting star or the shredding of star. That's passed too close to a black hole. A so called title surreptious event. The problem is this object's characteristics doesn't really match any previously seen examples of either event if it's a supernova, then it's unlike any supernova of seen before supernova explosions are so bright they can briefly out shine the galaxies there in yet this event. Was unusually bright even for a supernova? And it was intrinsically brighter. And it's Paik on top of that it brightened and then faded much faster than what would be expected from a supernova. Also the object spectrum didn't look like a supernova event, and it was far brighter. Milimeter why of links than any other supernova ever observed Winstar far more massive than the sun exploded in supernova at the end of their lives. Usually, no central engine is produced. However, if the progenitor star is massive enough, it could produce a hype another rather than the supernova, which could produce gamma Ray burst generating super fast jets of material emitting gamma rays. The thing is gamma Ray bursts, usually any less refu- milliseconds, maybe you seconds at most for a long, duration, gamma, Ray burst. But the event powering eighteen twenty eighteen cow lasted for several weeks. Most astronomers agree that AT twenty eighteen counts behavior requires some sort of central source of ongoing energy qu. Quite unlike those of Scipion ever explosion. So what about the other option title disruption event will the thing is the cow also different from previously Saint titles rupture events in the case of title this rupture event, the central engine would come to life as the black hole created material from the stabbing shredded by its gravitational pull this event is offset from its host galaxy Meinie it's not a stabbing shredded by the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy. Of course, it could be a title this Russian event caused by an intermediate mass black hole somewhere else in the host galaxy. But the thing is these intermediate size black holes usually form instill classes, while eighty twenty eight thousand cow a piece to be inside a high density interstellar medium, which makes it difficult to reconcile with the gas, density, install classes, still if it is a black hole that story material from its surroundings than the inflow. Material is forming a rotating disk around the Blackhall, e Craciun disk and. That disgrace prolific amounts of energy. This is the type of central engine which palace quasars and radio galaxies across the universe. Reporting. The extra physical journal by good. He believes this event may be signifying. The exact moment of the birth of either a nascent still a mess black hole or a rapidly rotating neutron star with an extremely powerful magnetic field. In other words, magnetized the sternum is not from theory that both still a mass black holes and neutron stars form when massive stars die in unusually powerful supernova or hyper over explosions, but they've never seen one of these events right at the moment of birth. So this event may represent a new class of objects within the category known as fast luminous transients. If that's the case there will be the first time astronomers of actually witness the birth of magnetized, the central energy source that central engine. We talked about could be a powerful shockwave hitting Dench shell of material near the objects core. However. Because of eighty twenty thousand cow strange behavior, the ultimate verdict is still unclear. This is

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Strange New Phenomenon Cowers Astronomers

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Strange New Phenomenon Cowers Astronomers

"The American astronomical society's meeting in Seattle Washington. Spain told scientists is still hotly debating data house of eighty twenty eighteen cow a strange and powerful explosive phenomenon bright enough to be seen throughout the visible universe. Located some two hundred million light years away in the direction of the constellation Hercules, eighty two thousand eighteen cow was immediately nicknamed the cow based on the final three litters of its catalog. Name the strange cosmic explosion discovered by the atlas oh sky survey system in Hawaii on June. The sixteenth last year is unlike anything ever seen before immediately after receiving the alert and international research team led by refuge McGrady from Northwestern University lift into action and began observing the unusual source across the electromagnetic spectrum at x Ray optical infrared and radio wavelength measuring it's changing characteristics telescopes around the world contributed to the using spectroscopy to try and to code. The nature of the source among the telescopes contributing to the study was the southern Astor physical research telescope in Chile is instruments obtain the initial specter of the cow. The spectra showed matter was expanding from the object at up to ten percent. The speed of light yet despite more than half a year of study using both ground and space based observatories. Scientists are still unsure about exactly what it is seeing the two leading hypotheses are either very unusual supernova that is exploiting star or the shredding of star. That's passed too close to a black hole. A so called title surreptious event. The problem is this object's characteristics doesn't really match any previously seen examples of either event if it's a supernova, then it's unlike any supernova of seen before supernova explosions are so bright they can briefly out shine the galaxies there in yet this event. Was unusually bright even for a supernova? And it was intrinsically brighter. And it's Paik on top of that it brightened and then faded much faster than what would be expected from a supernova. Also the object spectrum didn't look like a supernova event, and it was far brighter. Milimeter why of links than any other supernova ever observed Winstar far more massive than the sun exploded in supernova at the end of their lives. Usually, no central engine is produced. However, if the progenitor star is massive enough, it could produce a hype another rather than the supernova, which could produce gamma Ray burst generating super fast jets of material emitting gamma rays. The thing is gamma Ray bursts, usually any less refu- milliseconds, maybe you seconds at most for a long, duration, gamma, Ray burst. But the event powering eighteen twenty eighteen cow lasted for several weeks. Most astronomers agree that AT twenty eighteen counts behavior requires some sort of central source of ongoing energy qu. Quite unlike those of Scipion ever explosion. So what about the other option title disruption event will the thing is the cow also different from previously Saint titles rupture events in the case of title this rupture event, the central engine would come to life as the black hole created material from the stabbing shredded by its gravitational pull this event is offset from its host galaxy Meinie it's not a stabbing shredded by the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy. Of course, it could be a title this Russian event caused by an intermediate mass black hole somewhere else in the host galaxy. But the thing is these intermediate size black holes usually form instill classes, while eighty twenty eight thousand cow a piece to be inside a high density interstellar medium, which makes it difficult to reconcile with the gas, density, install classes, still if it is a black hole that story material from its surroundings than the inflow. Material is forming a rotating disk around the Blackhall, e Craciun disk and. That disgrace prolific amounts of energy. This is the type of central engine which palace quasars and radio galaxies across the universe. Reporting. The extra physical journal by good. He believes this event may be signifying. The exact moment of the birth of either a nascent still a mess black hole or a rapidly rotating neutron star with an extremely powerful magnetic field. In other words, magnetized the sternum is not from theory that both still a mass black holes and neutron stars form when massive stars die in unusually powerful supernova or hyper over explosions, but they've never seen one of these events right at the moment of birth. So this event may represent a new class of objects within the category known as fast luminous transients. If that's the case there will be the first time astronomers of actually witness the birth of magnetized, the central energy source that central engine. We talked about could be a powerful shockwave hitting Dench shell of material near the objects core. However. Because of eighty twenty thousand cow strange behavior, the ultimate verdict is still unclear. This is

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"blackhall" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on Conversations

"We were talking about the the galaxies funding to say galaxies. Just just a moment ago. What's in the center of our galaxy the Milky Way galaxy? Well, it's weird. When we look this just a load of dust and darkness and for longtime people. There was nothing there. It's nothing particularly special. But then people started studying the positions in the motions of stars in the middle of galaxy. And that they saw that. There was a huge group of stars. That would just all bettting around nothing so gravity causes the earth to orbit the sun, and it causes the international space station to orbit the earth, and all those things gravity causes attraction between two objects and obits off informed that a stable so these stalls which just orbiting Mt space. So they had to be a big thing. Exactly. They had to be a big thing. But something we couldn't see. So we'd already kind of figured out. That black holes probably exists through theoretical considerations. People thinking up, you know, what would happen if the stock collapsed into a tiny pointer and people figured out the black holes probably existed. But when we see these styles Overton around nothing this we can actually measure from the the size of the star and its distant from the the nothing that it's orbiting how massive the black hole is this thing. It's all bettting, and we see that it's a tiny tiny object very small one really about the size of our solar system. But it's got four million times the mass of our sun. So this object is completely dark. It's compact. But it's got four million sons worth of mass of bulk essentially, what you're describing is very big something by definition of Blackhall was very big nothing, wouldn't it. Well, that's that's people often misunderstand blackouts, and I can understand why. Because it's actually. Really wacky. It's not a whole such. It's I'd like to think of them stars because small black holes I foam, they they start. They live the stars. And they are just simply a star that has collapsed down on it self because it stopped shining, and it's got very very compact, very, very dense. So it's a big mass of big object squish down into a tiny point and that has a really strong gravitational field..

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"blackhall" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Now because their spears they could potentially be h-have like any other heavenly body, meaning my questions, what do you think the chances are that there's a solar system summer out there made up entirely of black holes big one in the middle other ones orbiting around and maybe even moon satellite black holes orbiting around black holes that are in orbit of the big black hole in the middle. Axels all the way down. Way down. So. Yeah. So so the definitely supermassive black holes. They're almost certainly are swallow black holes orbiting the supermassive black holes and. You know? So that's one extreme case. I every reason the gap, and they're also these things called Gaudio clusters, which are, you know, we see them on the sky aggregations of stars those stars form block calls the bar code thing to the center for those raising and you end up with just a ton of black holes just swimming around bell form pairs and triple beyond the event horizon to any other object of Massin in space. It's like like our moon. It would be a pinprick. I guess moon was a black hole and could be stable just for pretend it could just be orbiting. And we wouldn't know the difference and would affect the tide and everything else. For example, the way I usually think about those. So the sun if right now, the sun turns Bockel, okay? Well, we don't think that's going to happen. But okay, fine. Imagine it were to just miles wide. Right. I just like that. It is. It's gone town Blackhall. Okay. There'd be no. I mean being affect it would go dark. I mean, it's already does. Does. I would be a fact, but the gravitation wouldn't change ano-. Yeah. It doesn't mean that we do has it cleaned it self any black hole. We get sucked into it. Our orbit would say the same. Or if we were dying. Here. Everything would be the same accent? There would be last question and called unfold last question is is there is there is I'm I'm assuming are. I think I've heard maybe I've read that there's a direct correlation between the mass of a black hole. And it's at the area that it takes up the size of it. What does that then tell us about like the maximum holding capacity of an area of space of energy? Is there is there a limit to how much we can impact in space? What does that tell us about space time that there is some limit of energy you can gravitationally hold in a bit of space. Yeah. It's so there's something very interesting here that's under this is gonna take another hour to really get. The basic thing. I mean, just as a start, and we so if you have the colossus her black hole. Okay. There's about college whatever it is a couple of miles across that say, okay. So there it is now now, let's imagine we have two sons we take another silent. And we also have block on put them together. Okay. It is twice the size across. So there is a consistent now grocery if you think about it for anything that you're used to any manner, you're used to that's not what happens because if you take two objects, and you put together the volume goes up but size goes as a Cuban anyway. So if you think about that so the exercise for the reader. Everyone home and pick about this. But you know, if you take an apple and another apple and you put them together and create a bigger apple. Okay. I'm bigger apple is not twice across the diameter. Does not go up by factor too. Right. But black holes it does. Oh, okay. Which is really weird. And and not leave all sorts of interesting facts, for example, if you have a really big buckle this near the edge, the horizon, there's very little gravity like, you don't feel it. There's no title force. You could you know, huge buckle could be sweeping by right now. And we wouldn't notice the gravity at all. Even though we're actually falling into block hall. It's just a weird thing about now would never be able to get the other stuff about black holes still applies, but the local gravity is weak. And that me is there like a giant..

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"blackhall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So during the ceremony an antenna in spain will be stephen hawking's voice toward the blackhall he worked his whole life researching black holes it's only fitting his voice touches the closest black hole to earth how far away is it three hundred and fifty excuse me thirty five hundred light years away but here's the worst part is the guy his voice was set to a six minute original piece of music composed by greek composer that did that song and that movie that won an oscar that i said these yes that one and oscar for being a horrible movie but i know that's where he was hard to follow i'm just gonna leave for everybody i thought it was okay have you ordered your priori your saint paul raccoon bottle bobble hat okay so here's what you do just just go to saint paul raccoon bobblehead just google that and you can get it at this is to sustainable that they're making it's gonna be like the stranger things dinosaur yes so hi jamie i just you know that raccoon is all of us okay so here's a couple of things about fathers day father's day was originally when they were proposing it to congress to make it a national holiday they wanted with the apostrophe after the are so five fathers day you're not gonna tell us the story was proposed by woman the women's stay i started in nineteen fourteen father's day wasn't nine hundred seventy two how can it be a national holiday when it's always on sunday that's what i think too lori mother's day yeah as their again mark over fact would you get tattooed i mean freckles tattooed on your cheeks people are doing this it's the latest trend now how would you does she she and the queen girlfriend tour but i the more i look at that shoulder that that burnishing of a shawl that was so tater owner shoulders that dress i know can move telling you how to keep her arms down because you can't flap above your lfm when the news people to do when the wind blew up yesterday at one point on the plate train station her hair came all the way four here and she couldn't lift her arms up to get her back so it was like it was a shoulder harness i think she needs to.

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"blackhall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I don't think the raptors are just crushed they in a fetal position meanwhile as saying hockey let's do that hockey give it up man for beholden nights they beat the sharks three nothing to win the series in six games the golden knights are in the western conference finals in the stanley cup blackhall amazing how amazing is that they join the saint louis blues from nineteen sixty seven and the toronto arenas yes yes about iran arena from nineteen seventeen as you only franchises ahl history to win multiple playoff series in their inaugural season they will play either the jets they won those regular season series against them marc andre fleury is seventieth career playoff win four shutout this postseason fourteen of his postseason career so he's obviously planning we know how how important a goal it can be in hockey and give it up to the lightning they beat the bruins three to one and they won that series four to one play either the capitals are penguins who are playing tonight and they want both those season series as well did did you see a how important of golic could be just as important i did here's the thing i hear a drop in our few if golick were do play hockey there was only position we would be playing goalie you are golick holy because we couldn't skate you soccer it's the same way and all the above it's it's the only way by the way the bruins got bounced here but not before our guy brad marchand got admonished for his licking nestling and cuddling apparently it's trying to get his mary farrell had this talk of the friday the draft when you weren't you were you were had your throat issue working mike had no problem with all that i was there's no licking there's no nuzzling and there's no cuddling land stevenson there's no blowing in your ear.

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"blackhall" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Called cosmos author of a number of great books including astrophysics for people in a hurry and death by blackhall well neil let's talk about the planet mars what do we know about that planet we'll just before we broke for commercial offering the transition between percival lowell who was an astronomer who had a really good telescope on a mountaintop in arizona he was wealthy of the new england lowell so he had money to build an observatory and guess what the observatory was called the lowell observatory so he he he he studied mars deeply but his imagination went beyond the data because he really wanted there to be life on mars and wrote about the possibility in the likelihood of life and in fact he really thought he was observing canals on mars channeling water from the ice caps two cities said he drew these in his books this triggered the imagination of hd wells and hdl's then writes war of the worlds where martians or cut this was directly inspired by the observations of of percival lowell and so so since then we've imagined peaceful martians evil martians but you're right there is no life not on the surface of mars at least it's a holy h inhospitable place no shielded over violent raise such as we have on earth and ultraviolet is damaging to complex molecules that you would need if you're going to have complex life and so there's still hope that if there was ever life on mars because mars has tremendous signatures on its surface from the action of order they're dried meandering riverbeds flood plains all dried there river deltas all dried mars once had liquid running water on it and every place on earth where we have order we find life so we are still looking for evidence of life on mars if not on the surface may be deep beneath the surface could be microbial so mars is the center of everyone's attention in planetary exploration okay well on science fantastic we've had a number of scientists including dr zoo brin who believes that we should tariff or mars that is take mars and change it into a garden of eden inject methane gas to create an artificial greenhouse effect satellites around the polar ice caps to melt them with sunlight but well what are your thoughts this is not going.

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"blackhall" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Possibly do the contents impacts of this famous book justice brief history of time was professor hawking's way placing the wonders of the cosmos within reach of everyone with a curious mind it has helped shape and inspire a generation of ecosites on i count myself amongst the number but in any case i'll try and break his famous book down by telling you about my favorite bits of the physics it's explores his very brief history of a brief history of time stephen hawking were extensively on black holes in the mind bending nature singularities to establish ment of black hole thermodynamics before we even had any facial evidence that existed now the mainstay of sedation astronomy from hot gas clouds pulled apart by supermassive black holes too small backhoes stripping matteo from a companion star more recently lie go confirmed that presence from the detection of gravitational waves to spinning black holes collided emerge together i'm sure professor hawking was also excited by the prospect we might soon see a black hole for the first time telescopes all around the world lining up to create the biggest telescope ever the event horizon telescope the path of the line near blackhall is bent by gravity resulting shadow we can observe with this extremely high resolution instruments gravitational light bending the idea that the path of light can be affected by gravity is presented in brief history of time is a direct consequence of general relativity which predicts both pats of light and matter are affected by massive objects.

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"blackhall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To say no no man there's not person in this country we you could come in the mile do what you do today you'll hear me not one sole what do you believe in one another day at right you do you trust one another neared camera you do do you want to know there i guess what i love every one of you man because we solve this day we came in here and we opened up mechanic k gas on the denver broncos we did what noone thought was possible guess what guess what when we take on those mighty green bay packers we three or greening y'all over tall tulcea we're open open what baz that they'd never seen before you have no idea what they're going to see this week and if call sam blackhall we're going to dominate their per sixty minutes because guess what we believe we trust and we will dominate versus thirty minutes and there will be nobody thought on we're gonna kick they're all over the goal get ready welcome back to these boards leader rankled are hanging out with you on a friday night in very pleased to be joined by my next guest fourtime super bowl champs couple with the forty nine erzen into more with the broncos you know midschool romanovsky roma high doorman fantastic out there you i'm terrific a so just you know i know you played in philly that was a a rock is fan base tell me about the super bowl and just you know what it meant to you to see this city philadelphia win the title you know when i was here they i left you know i got trade did to philly from san francisco and it i i mean i was that the greatest place to play football right beverage cisco in when i went back to philly it was fresh cultureshock but i will say this passionate fans i had a lot of fun i out a lot of great teammates but i surely miss the forty nine nurse but i will here's another thing so finally see this team the super bowl after lose them much see i think to number of all their loss and finally win one i'm very happy.

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"blackhall" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"From merging blackhall's by this newly online gravitational wave detector this year also includes this kind of detection what makes it different from what happened last year so both observations involved the detection of gravitational waves these are ripples in space itself set off when incredibly mass of objects collide with each other in last year's observation was just of the waves of sales because they were generated when two massive black holes swirled into each other and black holes are the pure gravitational fields left behind from incredibly massive stars it has collapsed the nothing there was nothing to see besides the gravitational waves and physicist binged had been searching for them for forty years and they finally got the sensitivity enough to see them in when they were discovered people said well you know something even more spectacular could come along if we could see instead of the merger of black holes the merger of two neutrons stars because a neutron stars are made out of the densest matter there is it's almost pure neutrons are essentially giant tomic nuclei and when they collide they not only produce gravitational waves but they also produce a spectacular explosion that can be seen in all different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum with different telescopes soon gammaray detectors in in radio telescopes to what have you so how did the signal from the neutron stars differ from the black hall was it a different signature right away to they know what they were getting as soon as lego odd sense the gravitational lanes yes they did in that's because the neutron stars are so small compared to the black holes that they've seen collider at the black holes i went to of them swirl into each other they produce very low frequency waves with frequencies of 10 cycles per second the neutrons stars they went around each other it hundreds of of cycles per second in essentially produced a home that way.

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"blackhall" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on Science Friday

"Except when it is neutron stars they signalling an occupational waves is much longer so we heard that play much longer uh in this case it was more than a handed it seconds uh so long signals imply small masses and that tells us that we are dealing with new thrust as given what else we gnawing astronomy and astrophysics but that is now one might ask you know why couldn't be small black holes in all about one and a half times the mass of the sun but blackhall's all as glare are we need they electromagnetic waves the fact that we saw light right after the collision means we had that at least one uterus that that's really interesting and and you know dr a halt there's been a lot of a lot of been made in about how much gold came after collision what what what is the connection between this event and the heavy metals like gold in there why why so much well one one of the interesting things about the way the elements are made so we have a very nice picture of how this is all made uh from the very big bang where the big bang makes some lighter elements like hydrogen and helium and then uh those elements foreign stars and the stars burn and produce heavier elements and that story works all the way to iron and it works very well i kind of account for everything we've seen um but not past iron so heavier elements like gold and platinum we've had trouble explaining how there's as much gold and platinum as there is for example in our galaxy when we make observations.

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"blackhall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Play much longer in this case it was more than a handed seconds uh so long signals implies small masses and that tells us that we are dealing with neutral style has given what else we gnawing astronomy and asked of physics but that is now one might that ask you know why couldn't be small black holes in about one and a half times the mass of the sun but blackhall's hawes all as glare there we need they looked so magnetic waves the fact that we saw light right after the collision means we had that at least one uterus there and it's really interesting and and you know dr health has been a lot of a lot of been made in about how much gold came through this collision what what what is the connection between this event and the heavy metals like gold him mayor why by so much well one one of the interesting things about the way the elements are made so we have a very nice picture of how the this is all made from the very big bang where the big bang makes some lighter elements like hydrogen and helium and then uh those elements form stars and the stars burn and produce heavier elements and that story works all the way to iron and it works very well i kind of the counts for everything we've seen um but not past iron so heavier elements like gold and platinum we've had trouble explaining how there's as much gold and platinum as there is for example in our galaxy when we make observations and this now helps address that question where we've seen through measuring the light through measuring everything with our optical telescopes and these other telescopes on what we've now measured our signatures that that indicate all these heavier elements are being made and and they're being spewed out inter inter the galaxy where this thing resides and so we're actually watching the movie of the formation of that gold and platinum and a lot of it as you you said it's many many times the mass of the earth in engulf and in platinum there's also uranium they're a bunch of other things being being produced and then being spewed out and so now we can say this is where it all comes.

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"blackhall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like these cohesion and and how do you know from looking at the data there last year's observations were black holes emerging and this event these neutron star said he had you know that so these sweden all in two different ways first the gravitational wave signals elevated defendant so they both have these characteristic sound that you played in the beginning of the statement which was these chirp like sound wolf except when it is new trust there's they signalling an occupational waves is much longer so we heard that play much longer in this case it was more than a handed it seconds so long signals imply small masses and that tells us that we are dealing with neutral status given what else we gnawing astronomy and astrophysics that that he is now one my task you know why couldn't be small black holes in about one and a half times the mass of the sun but blackhall's all as glare there we need they electromagnetic waves the fact that we saw light right after the collision means we had that at least one neutral center that's really interesting and you know that the whole thing has been a lot of a lot of been made in about how much gold came to this collision what what what is the connection between this event and the heavy metals like gold in their why why so much well one one of the interesting things about the way they elements are made so we have a very nice picture of how this is all made from the very big bang where the big bang makes some lighter elements like hydrogen and helium and then those almonds form stars and the stars burn and produce heavier elements and that story works all the way to iron and it works very well and kind of accounts for everything we've seen but not past iron so heavier elements like gold and platinum we've had trouble explaining how there's as much gold and.

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"blackhall" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"blackhall" Discussed on TechStuff

"The are made of mass annihilate one another ten into energy and then ten intriguing different type of mass and then we study that so it's like colliding apples together and getting bananas out so this is always a complicated thing to and expect to explain and of really kind of intrinsic part of what we do there are some things the lhc might uncover but hasn't yet such as evidence of extra dimensions or some observable proof of dark matter in the process of searching for these things scientists may create some stuff that makes some people unjustified ably nervous like a micro black hole and molly lhc could create a micro black hole as a result of a highpowered collision it's not the same sort of cosmic boogeyman that serves as a major plot device in various sciencefiction films steven goldfarb explains now that got a lot of people very excited they're going to produce a blackwell well a michael blackhall is something which has the energy over mosquito and it will always have the energy of a mosquito and so it's something which will be produced and it will disappear instantly and we can measure there so warned way that helps to get this concept home to everyone knew what we're doing is at very low energy yet it's something that's it's interesting is that mother nature from charge particles produced by the song colliding with her upper atmosphere his already done the lhc all of the collisions that will do nearly see about ten thousand times before.

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