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Boots off the Ground: Americas Afghanistan Drawdown
"Twenty years since american forces entered afghanistan president joe biden has announced the withdrawal of all troops from the country. I'm now the fourth united states president to preside over american troop presence in afghanistan. I will not pass this responsibility onto a fifth. I concluded that it's time to end america's longest war. It's time for american troops to come home the pullout coincide with the anniversary of the september eleventh two thousand one terror attacks that prompted the american invasion we witnessed one of several. Us strikes just behind. The taliban frontlines targets powerfully included artillery and anti-aircraft units a decade ago at the height of the ensuing war. There were one hundred thousand american troops in the country. Now there are around to thousand. They have an outsized influence serving as an anchor for other international forces that have kept a fragile peace forces that will now also make the exit with the taliban increasing. Its pressure and it's violence analysts diplomats and mr biden's own generals advised against a complete drawdown. Nevertheless he's pressing ahead. We've known for sometime. That joe biden is a skeptic of america's involvement in afghanistan. Daniel knowles is an international correspondent for the economist in two thousand nine when he does newly become vice. President afghanistan was in trouble then and he was an advocate for withdrawing most of america's troops and just leaving a small force accounts terrorism and he lost that argument bracco bombers president putin an awful lot. More troops and as commander in chief. I have determined that it is in our vital national interest to send an additional thirty thousand. Us troops to afghanistan
Kenosha Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake Won't Face Discipline
"Killed. No suspects are in custody and down in Kenosha office Arrested Chesky is now off of administrative, leaving back on active duty after he was not charged and not found of any wrong doings in the shooting of Jacob Blake that left him paralyzed last summer, according to police chief Daniel Miskin ish husky was investigated on multiple levels. It was found that he acted within the law while being consistent with his training. The skin is acknowledging that many will not be pleased with this decision. But he says Officer Cesky will
Have we solved the black hole information paradox?
"Universe is full of interesting and amazing things and none more mysterious than black holes and try black holes are these weird corners of the universe where we think secrets lie. We suspect that solution to the age. Old conflict between general relativity and quantum mechanics might lie right at the heart of black holes but of course nobody can see inside them. So it's incredibly frustrating to think that the answers to some of our deepest questions exist but are hidden from us. Does that drive physicist bunkers to know that there are out there but maybe they're trapped in a place where they can never get out. That's essentially the project of physics right. The answers are out there. The universe does contain these answers. And if you can come up with the right experiment you can force the universe to reveal those truth. That's basically how we accumulated all the knowledge that we have but yet frustrating to think that there might be places in the universe that nobody could ever look where information could hide forever escaping from even our most clever efforts to reveal them. You make it sound. Like viz are like paparazzi of the universe. You're trying to catch the universe. He no sunbathing and its portrait. Something i used to think of us as more like murder mystery detectives but yeah paparazzi. More positive way because the universe is beautiful. It deserves our attention. Yeah i guess. They're surprised to being the universe. We're just here trying to enjoy the beauty of the universe. You know and get it signature once in a while so we can sell it on ebay to the national enquirer or times magazine. One of those to whoever will take is part of the freebritney movement. I don't think there's a free universe movement where they're like. Hey physicist leave the universe alone. Some of the mystery no.
Daniel Martin Talks Tatcha and the Royal Wedding
"So daniel. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am very. I've been wanting to have you on forever I just started this. in september. and one of my best friends is troy and nathaniel. And they they were like yeah. When are you having daniel on and so much better you in the city. Yes oh my god we yeah. I live on the upper west side. Oh okay we're we're getting together. I'm half vaccinated. So he to me totally okay. So we're we're definitely getting together. I can't lay god. I can't believe we're talking about like that now like it's happening we're actually able to plan like summer and spring get togethers. It's very a turning that cova corner. So my god thank god covid for you has been kind of interesting because you were blessed with this position at tasha. Yes hiding out did that. How did that come to fruition. Had been in the works before. Call it oak. Yeah yeah totally so I saw vicki of gosh. I wanna say it was the summer before the new year and She was like look this and it was during the time of the acquisition with her with now unilever. Okay and It just came out of the blue. And i was like well. I'm on contract with dior and on his beauty and you would have to. You know for me to accept this. You have to get me. You know basically me out of my contract and then see yeah. She came back in there like we can. And at this point. I was six years in with your three years. In honest i have such an incredible relationships with brands but i was always able to play with with tasha because they knew my history with vicky. They knew that in both were exclusive. They were non-exclusive able to have my hands with other brands. That were non compete okay so very fortunate to have that opportunity but at that point i was like i kinda. You know it'd be. I would love to get in full time so to speak to really get into product development education. And just kinda slow my roll down.
Army lieutenant sues police officers in Virginia for excessive force
"Sprayed him during a traffic stop back in December. Footage of the incident just came out. And immediately it drew widespread criticism from leaders and groups across the country. Karen is Oreo, who's black and Latino is heard saying, I'm honestly afraid to get out. In order to get out of his vehicle to which a police officer response yet you should be. Video from a body worn camera. An incident report by police officer Joe Gutierrez said Nazario did not comply to commands and police said in his area was driving a car with tinted windows. And no rear license plate. They said he had been alluding. Police is areas. Lawyer says the army officer was trying to stop it well lit area. He says his Fourth Amendment rights were violated and he's suing Gutierrez, an officer Daniel Crocker, for $1 million in damages. Lawsuit filed in U. S District Court for Eastern Virginia, Norfolk says the officers said they would file felony charges that would have impacted his areas Army career We learned today that one of the officers accused of
A Life in Leadership: Dr. Daniel Zinnel
"All right one. This episode of supporting leaders podcasts. We have dr daniels in all and we discover that we went to the same program at creighton. our past probably like just just crossed each other But i'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to have a conversation with us looking forward to it. So let's just start off and share with us a little bit about your background. I mean you seem to be involved in so many things. You can definitely tell. You're an advocate for a lot of different groups of people and and you're engaged in political things. The arts Work so share with us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Well i'll start at the beginning. I was I grew up in northwestern iowa outside of a tiny town called pomeroy which is about six hundred fifty people Youngest of four grip on the farm right across the road from my dad's parents my grandparents. So i saw them every day growing up which i am very grateful order but in small town iowa you have to do everything be involved in everything so i was in all four sports played. The charm sang in the choir. Did all of the things was in. Nhs or h ffa. So i truly am grateful for that Well rounded nece that. Allow me to really try so many things. And i think that's still kinda tested to my career in my life. I like to be involved. In a variety of even today North west island's pretty conservative and so growing up as a little boy was very challenging to to recognize what i was going through to see others. Who were like me and should not be alone and so i went to iowa. Central community. college burst in fort. Dodge years and then moved to into moines in two thousand six to perform at adventure land. So you're at adventure land in the summer of two thousand six and if you know eventually know there's a stage that comes up from out of the ground i performed Had eight shows everyday. They were short set. So it wasn't too long but i we a country show at patriotic show in greece. So that was a ton of fun. And i think really helped me develop competence in front of people because you have to have confidence when performing And then i started going to school full time while working fulltime in. I did that for ten years. Finish undergrad did a masters in health and then completed the doctor of education and leadership from creighton. But my career really started in nonprofit type. Still were still working nonprofits but it started working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and technically and still employed doing that type of work. That i transitioned to more part-time respite. But i have a client that i worked with since two thousand six which is just wild to think about the had that relationship with him for so long
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Visits Israel
"Lloyd Austin is in Israel, where officials are concerned about a possible US return to the Iran nuclear deal. As NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. The visit comes as Iran claims a terrorist act sabotage their nuclear facility. Iran reported a suspicious power outage that they're Natanz nuclear facility shortly after they started operating advanced centrifuges. Israeli Public Broadcasting quotes an unnamed intelligence official as saying it was an Israeli cyber attack. This comes as defense secretary Austin became the first senior Biden administration official to visit Israel officials are discussing the Iran nuclear deal, which the Trump Administration left and which President Biden is considering rejoining. That concerns Israel, which has been accused of disruptions to Iranian nuclear activities. Israel and Iran have also recently reported a string of attacks on their ships at sea.
Two Lewis Prison Correctional Officers Arrested For Promoting Contraband
"Correction officers have been arrested on charges of promoting prison contraband. He's arrest came after months of investigations. Officers, Daniel, Angular and Gustavo Leone were arrested on sight and immediately resigned their positions. This is known ongoing investigation. This one charges may be
'Nomadland' Wins 4 BAFTAs Including Best Picture, Director
"On black history sites. The British Academy Film Awards were handed out tonight and the U. S movie. No Man's Land was a top winner as its director made history Fella. Marks has more from London. Filmmaker. Clearly child became into the second woman to win a BAFTA for best director as her movie Nomad Land to come. Four separate awards, including the best actress prize for Frances and dormant. A scaled back ceremony in London's Royal Albert Hall saw octogenarian Anthony Hopkins win best actor for his betrayal of a dementia sufferer in the father, while first time director Emerald Fidel's comedy promising young woman won best British film. Recipients appeared via video link with no live audience in attendance, and after past criticism that the BAFTAs failed to celebrate diversity in cinema gongs this year went to black British star Daniel Cholula on the Korean actress yard
Lawsuit Claims Virginia Police Officers Threatened, Pepper-Sprayed Army Lieutenant
"Involving police and the army officer in southeastern Virginia is now getting attention. In that video from December two officers in Windsor, Virginia, pointed guns at second Lieutenant Koran Rosario, who is black and Latino. He was also pepper sprayed in an incident report by Officer Joe Gutierrez. He said Nazario refused to comply with multiple commands Nothing I didn't do anything. Whoa, hold what's his R E O is now coming forward. Filing a lawsuit against officers Joke Gutierrez and Daniel Crocker, saying his 1st and 4th amendment rights were violated. Why am I being treated with guns? Graham I got to do is listen. Rosario is now seeking $1 million in damages. That's W T. K R's Aaron Miller police, saying Rosario's SUV had tinted windows didn't have a visible rear license plate and had been eluding. Police. Rosario's lawyer says his client was trying to stop in a well lit area. It's 8
A conversation on healing justice with Grisanti Avendao
"To welcome through something of in daniel a social justice organizer and activist from fresno california. Welcome greece something. Hide think with me. It's a pleasure. How about if we start if you tell us a little bit about who you are and where you came from for our international audience great. Yeah definitely do that. So my story really begins in The obno- in oaxaca called escalate lama. So that is where my people are from. Where my ancestors from and so we actually migrated to the united states. When i was five my sister was seven and we were traveling to the united states to really come reunify with my mom who had run from oaxaca because of like domestic violence and when she arrived here actually that domestic violence followed her and so two years later. She requested that that we also come so. That's kind of how we arrived here in france nine. I've been here. I ever since my my journey to social justice was really at a personal level so Back in twenty twelve. We we were really fighting to to save the deportation of a lot of our neighbors. So during that time there was a lot of ice rates that were happening Particularly in my neighborhood which is what was at that time south. No and there's just like every time there was just like a lot of ice rates so if someone went to go pick up a peak so or go get brad sometime next thing you know. They would call us and they would tell us. Hey i've been detained and deported So that was kind of like my upbringing
Talking Customer Experience With Daniel Ord
"Get everyone. Thanks for joining me. On the central podcast. My name is justin tip now as you know. Get to talk to some fantastic people across the world but one of the regular people that i talked to who is on the show. A lot is because we have some fantastic conversations in this guy. He knows much everything that needs to be nine about contacts in his. Ncaa is of course the wonderful. Mr daniel welcome daniel. Nice to see you again. I ride we talk a lot but not always at so. It's great to have you back on the on the show. So if you're listening on the podcast thanks for tuning into the six podcast. Of course this is also available as a video now. So you'll find on youtube channel and sake central or anywhere on the central website as well daniel tonight. We're going to talk about one of the topics that we've touched on in the past and it's something that we run courses on and that he's all about customer experience off now we have been running a course for awhile now. It's out fundamentals program. It's a four day course effectively and it helps people prepare for the x. Pay certification if they wanted to that or if they just want to learn more about See in general but we've also got a new course coming out at six because we realized that ford is is a big commitment for a lot of people. Don't need all that stuff. So i'm going to throw to you because what we wanna do and share it on this podcast. All the learnings way we're seeing and hearing in cx. And i want to start digging into those courses. Because by running the courses we get grinding sought right. So what are your what you think. Some of the biggest linings ghat. Maybe that what surprised you or maybe it didn't surprise you at of running all these courses over the last twelve months also. It's it's a great question. Just i think you kind of answered it when you said that stuff because i think when people forget about. Cx may not know about cx. It's really a collection of discipline. Since a collection of sets of expertise. And the way i think of it is an intimate. Like a circus tat. So if you went into an old fashioned circus over here you'd see the lion tamer the reigning over here. You'd see the clouds riding around. Maybe over here a fortune teller telling fortunes and then you have all the different auditees and people with different talents. And i think at that. Big circus tennessee assets and then under the big top. You have all these different specialties. So you got. I mean voice of customer alone is a significant requires a significant said know how. Nps for example. If you're nps purpose person analytics the culture employee relations all this
Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics
"What's up. Everybody i wish. I love something as much as joel. Embiid loves playing against the celtics and this one wasn't fair. Boston left themselves shorthanded at center by trading daniel thais at the deadline and then combined with tristan thompson being injured lots a terrible combination with joel. Embiid come into town. They only had one guy who could guard him. And that was young time. Lord robert williams who did a decent job in the first quarter is a one point game after one but williams is known to be a little jumpy. He couldn't stay disciplined long enough. He picked up his third foul right at the end of the first then they had luc. Cornet come in to guard. Joel and beat boston wants to give luc cornet nickname. Let's slow the flow on giving nicknames to just everybody brad stevens left luc cornet out there. On an island with the mvp candidate some soft doubles. That wasn't enough. Went from a one point game to thirteen point game at half the celtics us break glass in case of emergency seven five taco fall and embiid way too late and be loves playing the celtics. Did i say that already. He had thirty five to seventy sixers. Swept the season series from the celtics for the first time in twenty years joel embiid and weighed more. Free throws than the celtics in the season series. Forty seven to forty
Preece to return in a Modified at another Virginia track
"The nas car wheel and modified tour returns to the martinsville speedway in virginia for the first time since two thousand ten this thursday night forty cars around the entry list from the most recent champions koby and justin bonsignore to current nascar cup. Series driver ryan preece. Who says he appreciates the opportunity to continue to drive the modified 's when not in a cup car for sure right as a racer. Your your ultimate goal is to get to the cup series. That's that's you know that's where it is. That's where you want to be but at the same time. I know where my roots are. I know where. I've cut my teeth. I know where. I put many hours in the race shop to go and win races and i enjoyed racing these race cars. I i know i know quite a bit of autumn and i there are. There are a lot of fun to race so i obviously enjoyed doing it for sure. Priests one a southern modified race at south. Boston speedway in virginia over the weekend and is the early favorite on thursday night
Arkansas lawmakers override veto of transgender health care law
"Arkansas lawmakers have overturned the governor's veto of a bill banning gender affirming care for trans miners member station K U A. R Daniel Bree knows more governor is a Hutchinson said he expected lawmakers to override his veto of the bill, which bans gender based care like hormones for people under 18. Override measure in the Arkansas House in Senate passed easily. Democratic Senator Clark Tucker compared it to the aftermath of the 1957 battle over integrating Little Rock Central High School and that special session the most powerful people in the state were bullying. The most vulnerable people in our state. I wish I could say that's the only time that's happened in the history of our state, But it's just not true. It's happened time and time again in this building. The CL U says it hopes to block the law in
"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Dallas cowboys. I'm going to rip eleven through fifteen and just grabbed two that interest here eleven to the giants devante smith wide receiver from alabama. Let's stick with alabama with the twelfth. Pick pat 'certain junior pertain. The second the second or junior. I always get that i always do that. Up the second the second patch retain the second so going to the eagles. The eagles play that beautifully. They trade out from six to twelve. They still get the top corner in the draft 'certain than thirteen a little mini run on corners here. The chargers the assumption offensive. Line up. man. They need corner as well. Jc horn Premier premiere talent. He goes at thirteen to the chargers. Jalen phillips fourteen to the minnesota. Vikings and fifteen mike parsons. Linebacker penn state to the new england patriots to name. Stand out first and talk about the heisman trophy Going to the new york giants. The giants are all in on trying to upgrade the personnel around you channels so they can evaluate him and see if he is the franchise quarterback going forward. The of gives them a playmaker. Someone who was skewed route runner. And we've seen it. He gets open versus everybody. Giving them a bit open. Specialists were certainly helped daniel jones and the other pick jalen phillips going fourteen to the minnesota vikings minnesota vikings need another pass rusher. Look they were hamstrung because they didn't have. Anthony barr some of the other defensive weapons you now give phillips who was a technician at the point of attack helps them a teammate. A playmate opposite of danielle hunter on the other side. Those guys go hunt together Sixteen through twenty. I'll rip them off. Just give me one that stands out. I've got jalen waddell going to the arizona cardinals met. It'd be fun to watch him there. Seventeen the raiders. Go to linebacker jeremiah. We'll core amoah from notre dame. Gus bradley requires a lot of speeding athleticism ability to cover in that defense. They get it. miami dolphins stay local at eighteen. They get greg russo. Who there's a chance could slide a little bit with a little bit tight. Obits stiff in his workout The jumps weren't all that explosive. but go. i remind you just go back and look at the ten time there and look at how big and how long he is I'm still a fan of rousseau. Nineteen alleged vera. Tucker from usc he goes to the washington. Football team could really played left tackle for them as a rookie before eventually sliding inside When they can address at position. And then twenty greg newsom against dan right there in chicago. He goes to the bears from northwestern very talented core. Yeah talented list..
Miami-Dade County Mayor Announces New Covid-Related Guidelines
"Also going into effect today in Miami Dade County, giving folks a little bit more breathing room childcare centers will be able to double their capacity very critical for the child care centers that have really been struggling to stay open. Mayor Daniel 11 compasses senior centers can re open and you don't have to wear a mask outside if you stay at least 10 ft, away from someone Counties. Midnight curfew will be lifted next Monday. Broward
The Promise That Led Brandon Staley Into Coaching
"Daniel during his introductory press conference spec in january. We really got a sense. For what a true football nut brandon staley is. This is all i've ever wanted to do since i was a little kid. I started drinking coffee in the first grade and reading the sports vase. Because i wanted to be here doing this job. i do. You think he was being serious about that coffee in the first grade thing. Oh absolutely jason actually specifically mentioned that in my interview saying that he was doing that in the first grade coffee reading the sports section with his dad but he said it actually wasn't because he was a sports not it's because he wanted to be his father and admired him so deeply that he wanted to sit in the chair and drink coffee and read the sports page. Exactly like his dad did which i think. A lot of sons can relate to trying to mimic your father. But i thought that was sort of an interesting twist on it because when you first heard brandon say it it was oh he was obsessed with sports because i was reading the sports section in the first grade but it really was because he admired his father. Well daniel you. Recently wrote about brandon staley's path to becoming the chargers coach and stem from the loss of his mother and from his relationship with his twin brother. Jason i can just tell us a little about the relationship between brandon and jason. Yeah best friends is how i would describe it. And pretty much inseparable from birth to really good athletes in high school. And i think the way jason described it was from the outside looking in people. Thought there might be some animosity. Just because brandon was always the better athlete brandon. Was the point guard on the basketball team. Brandon was the star quarterback and jason sorta played second fiddle. But the way jason described. It was never liked that our relationship people really it was kind of it was like competitive between twins and yeah certainly working at it but always telling me and him against everybody
Actors of Color Sweep Sag Awards for the First Time
"The screen actors guild has announced the winners of its sag awards. Npr's bob mondello reports. They could possibly up an oscar calculations for the first time at the sag awards performers of color one in all four acting categories viola davis and the late chadwick. Boseman won best actress and best actor as blues musicians in marinas black bottom daniel polluters fire return as activist. Fred hampton took best supporting actor in judas and the black messiah and as minorities feisty korean grandmother us young yoon won best supporting actress because the screen actors guild represents so many voters at the academy awards. The sags are often regarded as predictors of oscar success last year. The guild awarded best acting ensemble parasite beginning that films march to a best picture. Win at the oscars. This year's award for acting on samba went to trial of the chicago. Seven
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"I'm a particle physicist and welcome to the podcast daniel in horsera- explain the universe our production by heart. Today in the podcast is just me. Jorges can't be here today to join us. And so i'm going to be taking you on a tour of all the amazing things in our universe all the incredible things that we wanted to understand all the distant places that we can just barely pro with our telescopes all the tiny particles that we seek to understand. This podcast is about all of those things and everything. We want to explain the entire universe in a way that makes you come away thinking I get it and maybe once or twice even makes you feel and one of the things that we cherish on this. Podcast is not just the things that science has been working on but the things that you have been wondering about because visitors is not something with belongs to a tiny group of people who happen to get to be professors of physics. But it's something we all do every time you wonder about the universe every time you think to yourself. How does that work every time you hear two things. You don't quite know how to fit them together in your mind. You are doing physics. You are being a physicist and we love that here on the podcast and we want to encourage that in one way we do. That is by answering your questions to if you have questions about the way the universe works you have lots of ways to get in touch with us you can send us an email to questions and daniel and horrid dot com. You can engage with this in twitter at daniel and hallway or you can come and ask me in person come to one of my public office hours where hanging on zoom and answer questions from any money and everybody about physics for information on that. Go to my website to sites dot. Uc dot edu slash. Daniel in you'll find all the relevant connection information. Sometimes i'll get emailed a question from a listener and it's such a good question such a fun topic. I think i'm not just going to write back and said on the answer. I want to talk about this on the podcast. So we'll ask them to send me an audio clip of themselves. Asking the question. Because i think all of you might be interested in the answer. And that's exactly what we're gonna do on today's episode today. I'll be catching up with our backlog of listener questions while hor. He's on a break an answering questions. From real people questions about physics questions about which corner of the universe wherein questions about how mirrors work questions about photons and gravity all the kind of things that thinking people wander about when they try to understand the world around them all right. So let's get to it. I up is a question about the universe daniel and horry by name is. I'm a big fan of your podcast. I've always wondered whether or not it is possible to know which corner of the universe wherein depending upon what can we believe the shape of universities. And if it's shaped like a donut for example is it possible to cross through the donut hole in reenter. The universe provided inflation suddenly stopped. Thank you so much for teaching and inspiring us all right. Thanks very much billion for that. Superfund question. I like this question a lot. Now just because it talks about donuts and that makes me hungry and it makes me wonder was iliad eating a donut. When he asked me this question. Why donut or not like a pastry shaped universe or you know a pie shaped universe. But we'll dig into that and take a bite out of that part of the question. But i also love this question because it touches on something really deep in fascinating not just about the shape of the universe about where we are in the universe. Are we in an interesting part of the universe. Are we near the center of the universe. Are we near some weird edge or corner of the universe. I love when you take a deep question about the universe. How big is it. What shape is it and you make it a personal question like where are we in the universe. So let's dig into it. Where are we in the universe. What corner of the universe are we. And you're totally right. Elliott that the answer. This question depends a lot on what we think about this shape and the size of the universe. So let's answer it in a few different ways. Let's start with the most likely configuration for the universe and imagine to the universe is infinite. Means it goes on forever in every direction. There is no edge. There's no point at which the universe stops. It just goes on forever and it sort of euclidean in a sense. The go on forever when that looping around on yourself in two parallel lines will go on forever without crossing. Why do i say this is the most likely scenario. The most likely setup for a universe. I just think it's the most natural because it has no edges because it's sort of simple if you have an edge then you have to explain why that edge if you have an edge you have to answer wise is edge over here and not somewhere else. You need a special case. And i like explanations that don't have special. Cases are simple and that are universal and so this one that the universe just sort of goes on forever in every direction is nice because it makes no place in the universe special. Every point in the universe has an infinite amount of universe in every direction and so it's very similar everywhere and that's the key thing. That's a crucial idea in cosmology. Recently this cosmological principle the one that says that every location in the universe is equivalent. There's no center. there's no edge. There's no corner. Every place in the universe is basically like every other place in the universe. Let's unpack that a tiny little bit. Would we really mean when we say place in the universe is like every other place in the universe because my house is not the same as your house and the earth is not the same as jupiter and there are galaxies places where there are no galaxies so like very microscopic levels not true that every place in the universe is the same as every other place in the universe what we mean when we say that is that the laws of physics are the same that they always apply in the same way that you don't have different laws and different constance over there than you have over here now if you have the same laws of physics is it. You can even have any difference. How is it that you can have a planet here and not a planet there where we have all these galaxies over here and no galaxies over there with the current understanding is. This comes from quantum randomness the very early universe when it was hot and dense but still infinite right still goes on in every direction but hotter and denser younger that there were quantum fluctuations that made some spots in the universe more dense with stuff in some spots less dense. Now does that mean that. Those spots are different from the other spots. Well they got different random numbers. They had the same opportunity. They're playing the same game. They just had a different outcome in. Quantum mechanics is amazing because the rules are the same. As the same probability distribution for every scenario that's identical but individual outcomes can be different in a quantum mechanics tells us that if you poke a particle the same way a hundred times you might get one hundred different outcomes or you might have a scenario where half the time it goes left and half the time it goes right even if the initial conditions are exactly the same. So that's what's happening in the very early universe. The initial conditions is great energy density is the same everywhere but different things can happen different places. They are following the same rules. So there's no special place but they have different outcome and then those little pockets of over density get expanded into massive macroscopic effects which see the structure of the universe when the universe expanded very rapidly in the early big bang. She have hot dense stuff in the very early universe random quantum fluctuations make some of a little bit more dense inflation expands those tiny little microscopic things into big macroscopic things and then gravity takes over. So that's how you can have a universe where the rules of physics are the same where you don't actually have the same outcome everywhere. You have galaxies here and new galaxies over.
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"Of questions about our probably infinite universe and welcome to the podcast daniel and hey explain the universe of production of iheartradio. We talk about things happening. Far far away we talk about things happening under your feet. We ask questions about the very beginning of time. We asked questioned by the very nature of time and the end of time we ask questions about the entire universe because we think that curiosity and asking questions is universal weeding everybody out there has questions and everybody deserve to have their questions explored if not answered because not every question has an answer to it so far but questions really are at the heart of science. And that's why on today's program while my friend collaborator and co host. Or hey can't be here today. i'm gonna take the opportunity to gather up. A bunch of questions asked from listeners and try to answer them were always asking people. Please send us your questions if there's something you don't understand about the universe something you've read and didn't quite follow something you've fought through. That didn't quite make sense to you. Please send it to us because we cherish those questions. Those questions are our opportunity to help. People understand what we do. And what we don't know about the universe and remember that everybody out there who is asking questions is basically an armchair physicist if you are trying to wrap your mind around the universe. You're trying to make one holistic sense of understanding of how things were if you read something somewhere and you trying to make. It agree with something else you used to think or something. You read somewhere else or something. Your friend told you that's doing physics. You trying to unify your understanding. You're saying i need to have one set of ideas that describes the entire universe. That explains everything now. Of course we don't know if it's possible to describe the entire universities in one set of laws we know it's possible for humans to do it or maybe takes them super alien intelligence or some artificial intelligence with super incredible powers. But that doesn't stop us from trying. Because is our dream that we encapsulate the entire workings of the universe. Somehow inside the puny human mind so pleased that we have an answer to question. That's in your mind. Send it to us two questions at daniel. Horry dot com. We answer all of our emails and sometimes we put those questions. Here on the podcast. But if you don't like writing emails you don't wanna engage with us on twitter. We have other ways to get your questions answered. You can check out daniels public office hours. Look at the website for the podcast or go to sites dot uci dot edu slash daniel. You'll see a link. Therefore when daniel has public office hours he hangs out on zoom and answers questions about physics and life in the universe and from people like you people who have thought about stuff and have a nagging little question that they can't find the answer to using google and they just have to know how it works. Alright end today on the podcast. We'll be answering questions from listeners. From all over the world our first question comes to us from germany. I have a question concerning energy. Does it violate the off. Energy conservation seems to come out of nothing and getting bigger and bigger. Thanks a lot. All right thank you undress from germany. This is a beautiful example. Of what i was just talking about. But applying our ideas about how things work in the universe and taking them to the extreme and saying does this really work everywhere. Is this a universal law. Is there some part of the universe that seems to break this rule which would make it not universal and one of the most fundamental things. We thought we understood about the universe. Was this idea of energy conservation. Of course one hundred years ago we thought other things considered like we thought that stuff was concerned that you could move it around. You could switch it up. You could rearrange it like lego bricks. But you couldn't create or destroy us now of course we know that's not true and the lesson we learned from that from the lack of mass conservation is that mass is not a fundamental element of the universe. It can be created. You can be destroyed. You can have more mass. You can have less mass. It's not something which we should consider sort of on the list of fundamental descriptors of the universe and that's important because what we're doing with physics is trying to drill down the most fundamental the simplest description because we imagine if one day we are looking at a list of the fundamental elements of the universe things that universe and completely explain the universe that we will somehow be revealing the nature of the universe. So we don't want anything on that list. Which isn't fundamental. You don't want that list. How like strings and energy and then ice cream right because ice cream can be described by all the other elements already on the list so we wanted to strip it down to sort of most minimal set of rules most minimal set of things. You need to describe the universe. Having left our list of things that describe how the universe tells us something about what the universe isn't. It isn't a place that care so much about mass however energy seems to have retained exalted stature as a quantity which is conserved and you know what is energy conservation anyway. Energy conservation is the statement that you can calculate this thing about nature new out of all the energy in assist system all the ways that things can move or wiggle or store energy and then you let it just happen things collide things explode things slosh around whatever and you add up all the energy again and it should be the same so it's sort of a statement that energy is fundamental to the universe. You can move it around that you can change it from one thing to another. But you can't get rid of it that it's inherent that is fundamental that it's a deep part of what makes the universe the universe so if energy is not conserved the night tells you what it tells you that maybe energy isn't actually important. The universe may be energy isn't on that list of fundamental elements. We think are needed to define and describe the universe so andrei's doing exactly what a physicist should be doing thinking about ways. Energy conservation might be violated. We know for example that if you roll a boulder up a hill you're spending energy in your muscles and that energy then goes into the position of the boulder its gravitational location is more distant from the earth and if you let go the boulder running back down the hill. The energy goes from that potential energy the boulder into its motion into its kinetic energy so we have lots of examples of where energy is conserved and people probably expect to hear. The energy is conserved everywhere in the universe. In this some way you can do the calculation to figure out. The energy is actually conserved in the case of dark energy. So what is he talking about. Remember that dark energy is not something. That's very well understood. It's not a theoretically well-formulated idea it's more an observation. An observation that the universe is expanding and that that expansion is accelerating so we look out into the universe and we see that the universe is expanding and not only. Are things moving away from us but the speed at which they're moving away from us is increasing. You might expect the it to be happening. And in fact visist expected the opposite to be happening for a long time that things were moving away from us but that speed might be decreasing as gravity very slowly pulls on things tugs them back together after the big bang. Well we actually found about twenty twenty. Five years ago now is that things are moving away from us faster and faster and we don't have an explanation for why this is all we have. Is the observation that it is happening. There are few sort of proto explanations. Their ideas for what might describe it but none of those ideas really.
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"To explore all the amazing questions about the universe all the things that signs has figured out and all the things that science has to answer and all those things that sized is working on those come from questions. Those are the questions asked by scientists who are paid to do science and by scientists like you who said at home or sitting your car and just wonder about the nature of the universe all of that is doing signs which makes all of us scientists and. that's why. I love answering questions from listeners. Because it means i get to include more people in this circle of science so when he's not around today i'm gonna use this opportunity to dig back into our backlog of listener questions. I get a lot of wonderful questions. I can answer so quickly over email but sometimes people send me questions that take a little bit more explanation and i think everybody on the podcast might like hearing the answer to so. I saved those up for listener questions episodes. But i'll admit we have a bit of a backlog and psalmody dig into some of those today on the program so today on the program. We'll be answering listener questions from the backlog and i love these questions because they really show me what people are thinking mean. People write me questions but they're not simple questions like hey tell me about black holes or things that are will discuss other places on the internet. Like the double slit experiment. That you can just google and find really wonderful explanation people right to me. After they've done some thinking they have some topic they're trying to understand the trying to bring together in their minds and there's something that just doesn't quite fit and that's really what physics is is is trying to apply your mental model to the universe and seeing does it make sense and often would you try to do is so to climb the same mountain from two directions start from one side and then later start from the other side and see if you can get to the same place. And that's wonderful. And i love helping people sort of navigate the mountain of physics and get them to the top. It helps me. Because i've climbed the mountain from one direction and somebody else is trying it from another way and i wonder why doesn't that worker is that possible or can you figure it out using those ideas and sometimes i have to sort of back up and try to understand. Where did somebody go wrong. And then help them navigate around that crevasse. Whatever so they can get to the top and they can get that understanding but for me. It's a great mental exercise. It lets me. Go off and learn about all sorts of stuff that i don't get to think about necessarily on everyday basis and that's why i'm excited to announce something else new. Which is my public office hours if you have a question about physics but you don't really like writing emails or sending me tweets come to my public office hours where you can come chow with me and ask me questions about physics or just listen while other people ask me questions. I'll have my first one december fourteenth twenty twenty at nine. Am california time that's noon eastern time and six pm in europe so december fourteenth twenty twenty nine am california time and you can find the location on line for connecting. If you go to my website to sites dot edu see i dot edu slash daniel or maybe judas. You can find a link to it so come and join me at my public office. Hours asked me a question about black holes or about tiny particles or about whatever is in your head that you can't quite figure out about the universe all right so i'm excited to answer some listener questions. Let's dig in i. We have a question about dark matter. Hi daniel and horry. It's rocky from california. I have a question about dark matter. How can dark matter exist if it cannot feel the strong force. I'm assuming dark matter is made up of atoms. If that is the case then how can not feel the strong force. The strong force is necessary to keep the protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom. Together thanks in advance alright. So that's a great question from rocky from california. He wants to know how can dark matter exists if it can't feel a strong force because he thinks a strong forces with necessary to hold matter together now first of all you're totally right that protons and neutrons are held together by the strong force. They're made out of tiny little quirks and they're bound together by luan and it's the strong force to keep these mostly positively charged particles together into the protons and neutrons better familiar for us and are also the building blocks of atoms. However dark matter is not made out of atoms. Dark matter made out of something else something weird something new something. That is not the same kind of stuff that makes up our particles. How do we know that. How can we possibly know what dark matter is not made out of if we don't know what it is made out of. Well we can know that because we can see what dark matter can do and what it can't do for example. Everything that's made out of atoms has a temperature and it glows even really really cold. Stuff glows in the infrared and really really hot stuff glows in the visible light. Like the sun or in front of you. Everything that is made out of atoms has electrons and has temperatures and eventually will emit light also everything that's made out of atoms has electrons in it which means that it reacts to light either emits light on its own or reflects. Light ordered absorbs light and dark matter we know does not interact with light. That's why we call it dark. In fact we have no way to interact with dark matter other than gravity. Remember that we've discovered dark matter because we've seen that is there to hold galaxies together as they spin around really really fast or otherwise. They're stars would be thrown into intergalactic space. And we know that dark matter exists. Because we've seen is gravitational effects on the early universe is created these gravitational wells were normal matter sort of fallen in and that seat to the production of stars and galaxies in the early universe without the gravitational force of dark matter. We wouldn't have the universe that we see today. Galaxies would have taken billions of years longer to form and we can also study. How dark matter moves around the universe. We know that dark matter is fairly cold. It doesn't move very very fast. Dark matter mood very fast. It would spread out more smoothly in the early universe and we would see a universe with a very different structure so we think that dark matter is fairly cold. It's fairly slow. Moving allows it to clump gravitationally and to seed all the structure that we see in the universe so we know a lot about how dark matter moves and what it is but we don't really know what it's made out of right. We don't know if it's made out of a particle who don't know if it's made several particles we think of it sort of like a pressureless fluid because we don't think there's anything sort of holding it together other than its gravity rocky asked about how dark matters held together without the strong force was not really held together except for the gravity. And that's why dark matter. Even though there's more of it than normal matter is much fluffier as much more diffuse like if you look at the distribution of stuff in our galaxy the stuff that is normal matter that made me and you and hamsters and stars and everything else that we see in the universe. All the visible matter is made out of atoms and it clumps up very very tightly right stars and rocks and stuff with dark matter. We think is much more diffuse even though there's more dark matter than everything.
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"You know. I want to be call daniel. 'cause he is funny how they give them new names but then he talks about all his buddies. They're normal names that they given from when their birth yeah. It's it's almost like a defiance to bold very very ball and that's a little bit because if you go through the chapter daniel i mean obviously this is way ahead. There's so much to how he doesn't compromise. And that's what. I think is christians that that's something that we should never like. My dad always says the bible isn't a buffet You know you can't pick and choose. What you think is true and i think that just like hey. This is what i believe and what i love about. It is that you can see in this that they talk about how daniel was given favored by god because he was just like. I'm not. I'm not gonna eat your pork and your honey buns and you know you're gummy bears. Oh man i wonder what i wonder what it ancient gummy bear would've tasted like i wonder if they curious if they would actually have made one but i had to have gelatin or some type of gel substance back in the day maybe in a little sand and some tar and i don't know probably the stuff that john the baptist. Eventually wash his with down the road testament l. natural rally man yes locusts and honey all day. Long out eastbound. Oh that's funny. That's funny so daniel must have been the first one to coin the phrase washboard abs. I don't know if that's Well you know. I'm curious. Because i i'm not a vegetarian. You this it's either. I'm just you know. I'm assuming they're probably they're probably pretty fit but on. All they gave him were vegetables. Yeah and water. You know what's funny. The original game changers i. It's it's interesting. 'cause that's the cross fit rome. I'm thinking what are they getting protein and Hauer they staying healthy. I mean maybe they just have a ton of beans that they're eating. But we know that leads to. I know i couldn't i could only imagine king nebuchadnezzar bmi k. Guys we you know you guys you guys number one we need to get you some depends and number two the the people up there and they're all wearing depends and i would i. Just that's where my mind goes. I guess i think vegetables mctighe. There can't be enough macro 's and just vegetables. But i've never tried like a true vegetarian diet for super long time but it's funny there is If you've ever heard of the daniel fast let it. So there's this Diet called the daniel fast. Oh i have not so in the foods you can eat on it..
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"Daniel. You're a big science fiction fan right. Oh yeah when something new on Netflix science fiction almost always watch the first five minutes. Even if it's about a giant stays banana. Hey you make that movie I will watch it but is that something you watch with your family do you is your wife into science fiction. That's a bit of a bone of contention over the remote. I'd say her taster bit different. She doesn't like science fiction. Let's just say she doesn't necessarily choose them for the science. You don't need to be correct. furred enjoyment bedrick commission is also a scientist but she's able to suspend disbelief in she finds other things in these movies to make them appealing. What's her favorite science fiction movie? It's kind of embarrassing though for me as a physicist because her favorite thighs fiction movies called cold food fusion which has so many terrible plot holes in it but the one redeeming feature is it stars Keanu Reuse wearing a you Chicago switcher. which is her Alma matter yeah I am? I'm the creator of and the author of.
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"I'm daniel i may particle physicist by day andy sleeper by night where you please the drive and it happened you should try some time it really does help dizzy never remember the moment you fell asleep right it's sort of mysterious yeah i remember actually tried to teach my kids had a fall asleep and then i realized i don't really know how you do sorted do did you it'll podcast where we sleep i know we should do a whole podcast episode about that like why do we sleep what happens to when we sleep why do we need to sleep what would happen if you didn't sleep and welcome to our podcast daniel jorge explained the universe eight production of iheartradio radio in which we try to take you're sleeping mind in wake it up to see amazing mysteries of the universe museum all around and find interesting stuff and explain it to you yeah we try to permeate you're dreams whip thoughts of the universe andy amazing incredible little things that are happening all around you as right we are spurring the great awakening in physics by making sure everybody out there who listens to this podcast really knows what's going on because the universe is a crazy amazing place and we wanna share it with you part of what we like to do is to explain how even everyday things around you that you may use on a regular basis work as right because there's incredible physics in the heart of the star in the birth of the universe and in particle collusion's but there's also really amazing physics happening all around us in technology we take for granted in technology that we used at are live sometimes depend on but we don't really understand yeah it's technology that saves live is in sort of tell you and help people right that's right and it seems sort of like a futuristic michigan awesome you know is incredibly you couldn't see inside somebody without cutting them open today on the podcast will be talking about.
"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Wow. It's gotta be Davidson. And what about my cat? That's right. Can't stray from the cat. Staying loyal. See? That's what I like about this Jones family. Nicely done Becca. Hey, are you going to be able to to go to the draft? Yeah. I'm planning on it. We're excited. That's going to be fun. We look forward to seeing you out there in Nashville. It's going to be a fun a fun celebration of a lot of hard work paying off their for your brother. So thank you so much for spending some time with us today. And we'll see out there Nashville. All right. Sounds good. Thanks, guys. Book. I love her personality. I I hope she doesn't go into TV. Stay stay in the business side of things because there's only so many of these jobs to go around force here. I love her personality that was fun talked phone conversation, and she shed some light on I guess. I guess Dan, you stick to it in this in terms of his willingness he would not let it go. If he's taken ill. He is determined that he's going to win at the end of the day. And I think that speaks volumes about how he's wired and is one of the reasons why you could see teams fallen in love with him as a potential franchise quarterback. Yeah. She spoke about some of those epic battles there on the basketball court there at the Jones household fly on the wall and see some of those take place in any of us was siblings. Play sports. We all have those stories fun to hear those there from the Jones family. All right. Let's go back to the to the high school days here for Daniel Jones there at Charlotte Latin school in North Carolina. Thankfully, you had a chance to catch up with the headman there. Larry mcnulty. All right. Coach great to have you here with us. Look, I'm looking at your resume here eleven state championships in if my math is correct. Thirty two years. You're basically winning a state title once every three years. Yeah. It was actually twelve, but that's okay. Oh, no. Oh my goodness. Congratulations on a terrific career anew. You're retired as head coach at Charlotte Latin after the two thousand seventeen season, which means you had a chance to to get Daniel Jones for his entire high school career and Bucky, and I were just looking here. And we saw the used to call him swag. Is that right? I still call them swag. I called him swag as pro day on Tuesday. And he snapped around. He knew exactly. Call swag sense. It wasn't about ninth grade. And why is that why did that come to? He just had this. You know, he's not a boisterous. He's not an outgoing Iran yell and scream joining Zell kind of quarterback. He he leads with a unique quiet confidence. And he just had this air about him, and all the coaches and all the kids are like coach or some special about young Daniel, and I'll get back to what he looks like when you first got going. But I said, you know, he's he's got swag. And everybody went in. You know, that's what it is. He's got swag and pretty soon. Everybody on campus was calling. That's so that's that's great. He's swag this funny. Coach, you know, I think you speak about something that I guess gals always curious about because he is so understated in his demeanor. You wonder can't be a guy that commands the room? How is he has a leader for you and your team? Well, let me I'll even bagged up a little bit from that question and tell you that I don't think there's a person at our school, including football players. Teachers administrators coaching staff that doesn't hold Daniel Jones at the highest level of respect and the kids on our football team would absolutely go through a fire for that kid. And I run into those guys around town all the time in her going like coach, Dan Jones was awesome. He's the man he was our he was a guy that fueled us night. Didn't stand up in front of everybody and wave a banner and a pom pom all the time. But you know when he hit the practice field. It was all business. And and he was one of those kind of guys would would rally. The kids around him. And I talked to some of the Duke players when I was up at a pro day. And they said the same thing they said, you know, we love Daniel, John. So I mean, he eases great off the field as is on. I think I think a little bit of his story certainly speaks to that coach ending up at at Duke after kind of a quiet recruitment. And then, you know, going from a walk onto becoming a two time captain in the starting quarterback at Duke, it takes an ability to endear yourself to that team to to be able to jump in and become that kind of leader in that kind of face of the program if you will Murray, and it wasn't too much different Latin when he was a sophomore. And we started camp he was not slated to be the number one quarterback. He was five eleven one hundred forty seven six five. Now, I used to tease me had to run around the shower to get wet. He was so skinny and. And. No follow his own it within the second game of the season. He ends up being our starter. And we weren't great. But we were okay. But in about the sixth game of the year, we went over and played Charlotte. Christian news one of our biggest rivals. They had a kid by name. Jeff Blazevic who went on to Georgia to start as a tight end for them of. They're not he may be in the NFL still. I I think you had a shot. Sure. And Jeff was defensive end, and he got a clean run at Daniel Jones at five eleven one forty five and he launched him about five feet air and he landed in heap. He finally struggled over the sideline and his helmet sideways looking through his ear whole face matches and busted, and I'm fearful he can't even play. I thought he was done for the night. It's sit Danbury or your food. He goes coach give me a damn helmet and get me back out and play. And I turned one of my assistant coaches, and I said do we got something here? This got this kid got in east heart is nails and that kind of person. Analogy just makes other people wanna play for you in with you. You know, coach you talk about his toughness and courage in terms of being able to get back from destination. What is he like in critical moments when the game is on the line, and you have to hinder ball and say, Dan you go make a play. How did he respond in those situations? Well, we never had a lot of problem with him in any regard in tough situations. We he played in quite a few big games for us. And really some of his best performances were in the big games in. I know one instance, we were playing state so my final in the team that are really good job of defendant are passing game. And we say, let's go home run rush like hundred sixty yards and just decided he was going to take over running the ball. He he's a much more adequate runner than people give him credit for you know, he's not super quick feet. But he once he gets rolling. He's pretty good. So to answer a question, he always responded well for us in pressure, and I know he played on the basketball team and every night. They put him on other teams best player because he was such Taneja guy down the stretch, and he usually shot him down. How would you describe his development coach from the moment? You got your hands on until the time you ship. Them off to coach cut cliff. Well, that's that's really interesting story. Because as I told you he he physically was not a candidate for college football, very lateness high school career. I mean, he even as a junior he was like six foot two hundred seventy pounds. And he just kept growing and growing and developing what I will tell you is that he was always the first guy out on the practice facility. He never left the field unless she accomplished everything that he set out to do in all my years of coaching and all the quarterbacks that I had. I don't think anybody spent anymore time studying the game plan and preparing himself, mentally he never missed. Our daily get together to talk game plan and talk offense in three years. Not once like just set my watch by him coming through my door. So it was awesome to see this five eleven hundred and forty five Pounder become a six foot four hundred. Eighty five pound away went off to coach Cutlip on. Of course, you you guys. Probably
"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"To get a chance to visit with Daniel Jones is a little more cerebral a little more kind of thoughtful in a little more. I would say delivered into waited he answers and stuff, but I came away really impressed with him because historic. Is different. I don't think we give them enough credit in terms of being a walk onto becomes a two time, captain and a starter. And all those other things drew lock has more personality. I think drew drew has been impacted and influenced by his time in eight you with a bunch of different personalities that he had to play basketball with. And I think that my serve them will in the locker room. I think with these two guys I think that thing that evaluators have to figure out do I want the guy that has a lot of talent. Maybe a+ arm talent dead is probably reminiscent of Matthew Stafford or do I want a guy where we talk about? I know exactly what I'm getting. I think Daniel Jones is kinda guy. I know exactly what I'm getting. He may not reach the highest heights. But I think is floor is pretty solid. And I think you know, what you're getting if you get him and put him in as a starting quarterback. We'll see where those guys land in the draft. Now. Three three dudes. I do believe are going to be locks to go in the first round guys. That'll be tasked with blocking for people like drew lock in Daniel Jones. That's Washington state. Andre Dillard, Florida's Juwan Taylor. And Oklahoma's Cody Ford, here's buck ease conversation with these three guys here. Washington state office of tackle extraordinaire, Andre Dillard, Andrea how has your come on experienced mint. It's you know, once in a lifetime thing, it's just I feel so surreal even though I just finished. You know, it's it's amazing. So coming into what were some of the things that you wanted to prove to evaluate his Scouse about what the what you could do on the field, which you off to feel. Yeah. I just wanted to, you know, prove myself ri- prove everybody, right? That believe you know, that I'm a, you know, one of the best athletes out here. And you know, I think I lived up to that. And I'm pretty happy with what I did. There's obviously, you know, a couple of things I would've wish I did better. But you know, that happens so so in talking to general managers, they always talk about the challenge of scouting office in line when if you had to go, and where scouts had what would you look for an office of one? I definitely look for if he can move. You know because that's like high start every single play. Can you move to where you need to go? And then I look for you know, aggression, you know, good feet and good hands. And just that nastiness. So thinking about Nasr's your background is unique and interesting to me you didn't play football until maybe eighth grade. What took you so long to find your way to the game? And then did you feel like you were always playing catch up because you didn't play too early? Excuse me. Yeah. I did start lay. And you know, I just wanted to start playing because you know, my dad did and I look up to him a lot. And I wanted to just try the sport that he loves so much and just to say that tried it in I thought it would make me cooler around school..
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"And I'm Daniel and is our podcast Daniel for he explained the universe on the episode today. We're gonna talk about. What will happen when galaxies? Collide is this something we should all be worrying about an packing. Our bags about building our underground shelters, or we all screwed or is it is going to be like a big nothing. How much should I pack. You should definitely be stocking. Lintels, no. Good investment for any of these end of the not just being no lentils. I mean, lentils are kind of Lega for a galactic emergency. That's the wanna go with. Absolutely. I would I would invest in Lindell's heavily needs. Not just because I happen to purchase lintel stocks. Just before we regard this podcast, and I'm trying to drum up the feud. Lentil futures I'm I'm sincerely worried about our listeners. And I I in courage, you all to go out there and stockpile lintels to whole Hilla Bin's worth of advice. Right there. That's right. And so this is the question in today's podcast. What will happen when our galaxy the Milky Way collides with the neighboring galaxy? And this question, I love not just because it's huge dramatic and galactic and all that sort of stuff. But because it was suggested by one of our listeners. That's right. It's Blake from Australia. Who listens this podcast on her commute to work every day? That's right. And she didn't tell us what she uses to commute. Maybe she rides and beatable pickup truck. Maybe she's in the back of a limo may kangaroo. Who knows? That's right. How they live with a really nice sounds is them. Yeah. But he had some interesting feedback for us about our podcast. Right. What did you say? Yes. She said that she likes listening to me explain things, but she also likes. When you interrupt me? She said that often you interrupt me. Just the same moment when she has a question, and you pose the same question that was bouncing around her head that she was shouting at her limo sound system or kangaroo speaker or whatever to listen to. And so I was glad for that. Because you know, I like when unit up me also breaks the flow and keeps me from droning on and on. So thank you Blake for suggested topic and thank your, hey for interrupting. Yeah. Now, I'm having to be rude. I seems to come naturally. Yeah. And so that's the topic of today's podcast. And we thought first before we do into it. We would walk around like we usually do ask people. Are you worried about a galactic collision what using will happen when our galaxy collides with a neighboring galaxy put.
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"Hi, Maury cartoonist, and I'm Daniel particle physicist. And this is our podcast Daniel and Horry explained the universe in which a cartoonist and physicist try to figure out how to make the universe understandable to anybody. Yeah. And to the on the podcast, we are examining a very heavy topic. Gravity, and specifically why is gravity so weak and strange gravity as we said earlier is something which controls the structure of the universe. I mean, the reason the solar system looks the way it does is because of gravity the reason the earth is round is because of gravity. The reason we have galaxies is because of gravity. The reason we waste so much is because of gravity, right? No. No, that's because of late night. But it's such a fundamental force of nature, right leg. It's present in our everyday live. We spent a lot of time thinking about gravity, right? How not to fall down droppings? How to go up buildings go down buildings, right? These seems like one of the most important forces. I mean, if you ask people to name a force or what kind of forces the experience in their life gravity's, the one that's present in their lives. Right. You're climate upstairs. You're fighting gravity trip. You fall down. You're feeling gravity. You look around you the shape of things is controlled by gravity. And that's why it's particularly strange that gravity is the weakest force of all the forces. We've discovered it's by far the weakest yet into release strange to hear you say that really how can gravity be week. Like, you know, like, it's it's keeping the whole earth together. It's making the entire planet. Swing going Thurgau basically right without gravity. We would just shoot off into space. Right. It's a really strange. Situation. And there's other things about gravity. We don't understand as well. It's really strange. It doesn't play well with the other forces. It's very very weak. It's a total mystery signs, except that we have a theory which works beautifully, right? We can calculate. Exactly how mercury orbits a sun. We can send things in outer space and no with two millimeter precision, exactly where they're gonna land. We have a working theory that we can use. Right. But we don't understand it on a conceptual level. We have these basic deep questions about about what gravity is and how the universe works because of it. So it's a weird question. And maybe one that people had thought about before. So Daniel went out as usual and ask people on the street. Why do you think gravity so week? Here's what of random selection of folks who are willing to talk to me on a Tuesday morning had to say about gravity. I should. I was I was those are pretty strong. I I don't know. Because. It depends on this, and it's long range one. So that's why we feel it very weak. Most of the time. No, I have. No, I'm sorry..
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"Hi, Lorraine Daniel, and this is Daniel and for he explained the universe. The entire universe explained for you all the parts of it. Even the wet ones. The damp ones, the dry ones, the one you left out to dry, but didn't actually drive well and gave you chasing the next day. All of that. Yeah. Even the shaping part. Even the even the uncomfortable bits. We are not shying away from that to the on the episode. We're going to ask the question. Where did all the water on earth? Come from as right earth is the only planet we know of that has liquid water on the surface is that the only plan of the universe with liquid water. Where did all this water come from yet at somebody just opened a tap and fill filled up the oceans there or did it rain from outer space, some interstellar RV just flush the toilet onto the earth billions of years ago. That's right. Maybe we were just the where the gray water dump for the inter for interstellar space. Yeah, we're the latrine for for the source the latrine. It's a fascinating question because you know, the earth has been around for four and a half billion years. We're pretty sure there's been water on it for almost all of that time for most of that time because life has been around for more than four billion years and life needs water. Yeah. It super important. But scientists don't really know where it came from Bradley. That's right. Because when the earth is forming it was really hot and. Nasty and there was no atmosphere. So in the very early days of the earth must've been dry. He was being blasted by solar radiation and boiled off from the surface. So was no water in the surface of the earth in the beginning. But then there's water later. So it's a big mystery where did all the water and earth come from? That's right as usual, we went out and as people in the street, here's but you had to say questioned their thought of that ice, maybe. But then again, how did is come about? I don't know. That's. All right. I don't I don't know. I read it on comets. It's my guess. Ooh. I don't know. I think it was here. But I mean. Because there's like glaciers and. No, no. I don't know. If that's a good question. I don't know. All right to not said, we're the latrine of the universe. That's good. It's not a popular opinion, which means you own that idea that is your. In the future. When that one is proven true. You'll be given sole credit for it. Yeah. Yeah. I'm thinking of like septic tank. That's the word. I was looking for septic tank. I'm glad you just put that image into everybody's mind. The thing. I really liked about. These interviews going around asking these people is that most of the people had never thought of this question at all. I mean, people have thought about the water cycle that peration and rain toilet, flushing? But nobody ever wondered where did the water come from in the first place. Yeah. It's such a natural thing. You know, like, we can't even imagine life without water. So why would we wonder where it came from is just there? Right. Will you look at other planets though, you don't see water like you see look at Mars is not covered in liquid oceans, right? I guess I hadn't thought about that before you know, like why the earth the only blue planet on the solar system. Like why why are we so special? Yeah. Well earth has some advantages, right? It's in the right zone. So in order to have liquid water in these first of all to have water. But then you also need to have enough temperature to keep it liquid and enough pressure in the atmosphere to keep her from boiling off you need to be in design to have water. That's right. The earth was into. Shown the sloppy with happy's own of this. Slipping slide zone. They should have called it the slip and slides not the Goldilocks when you least water parks like SeaWorld..
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"I am and I'm Daniel Daniel and Horry explain the universe where we tackle the entire universe. And explain it to you to the program. Anti-matter? What is it? Not antifa. Not t- Gua, but anti matter. That's right. These are all good anti jokes. I actually typed in anti into Google earlier to see what the completions were and anti-matter was like the sixth one. Yeah. Matter about Antigua and antifa. And and other sorts of anti stuff. Yes. What is it? What does it have against regular matter and more important where is it? And what can it do for you? Yeah. Besides blowing you up. So apparently, if you touch anti-matter you're going to explode in a ball light. That's right, folks out there listening to this. If you're sitting next to a blob of anti-matter, don't touch it run. Label it safely for other people and then run away really fast. We are very pro safety on this podcast. Explain the universe explode the universe or kill everybody in the universe. All right. But before we begin talking about antimatter, we went out on the street. We asked people what do, you know about anti matter? What is anti-matter? Here's what they had to say. I guess matters the matter. So no matter. Heard it in relation space. But I couldn't define it's like the opposite. Proton has more mass intellect Trump, but it's opposite charge electron has a positive charge. But is the letter. All right. Most people seem to have heard of the term anti matter that that's that's pretty cool. Yeah. It's really cool. That people have heard of antimatter, though, almost nobody seems to know what it is. Everyone seems to have any idea that it's like regular matter. But kind of like the opposite like it's like a weird kind of matter. Yeah. And this is one of my favorite things about antimatter is that it's a science concept that is penetrated into popular culture and mostly kept the signs intact. Like, the things people know about antimatter or mostly true really is not the case for a lot of other things in science quantum mechanics relativity, and all this stuff people have distorted ideas from science fiction..
"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"Yes. People were thinking about those two options. Right. Big crunch or heat death of the universe. To option a everything comes crashing back down option. B these kind of float away. Yeah. Exactly. And so were they wanted to do was look back in time because you can't actually see the future. But it's not that hard in physics to see the past especially in astronomy, see the past. All you have to do is look out into space and everything you see in space happened in the past just because it takes light time to get here from there back in the day when there was no E mail or internet, you would get your news from mail letters. Right. And so the further away what actually happened? At some point to internet did not exist. Daniel blood what it was all dark dark meal dark now. So yes, like the further away you get a letter to older that news was yes. Exactly. And some people think, oh, that's a bummer. I think it's actually pretty cool because it lets us look into the past. And so the verdict you look the further in the in the past. You can see the goal is to see like how fast is stuff moving away from us. You know, the expansion of the universe. How fast stuff moving away from us now and how fast moving away from us earlier. So we could understand like is this changing what is the fate going to be slowing down. How fast is it slowing down? Yes. Because like the fate of the unit was for crunch down. Then you would see things kind of expanding slower now than before like before you would be flying out because looming down, and so we could expect things to crunch or if we measure. Thanks to be moving at about the same. Now as as they were before, then maybe the fate of the universe is just to kind of keep floating off and getting cooler. Exactly..
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