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Energized Show
#422 JAMES WEBB & OMRAN CHAABAN | CAGE WARRIORS 137 & 138 COLCHESTER | ENERGIZED SHOW

Energized Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 17:15


What is up and welcome to the Energized Show! On this episode James Webb & Omran Chaaban join us to discuss their Cage Warriors 137 & 138 Colchester matchups on Friday the 27th & Saturday the 28th of May Live on UFC Fight Pass, Training in Team KF & More MMA craic. Like, Comment, Subscribe & Hit the notification bell for more Energized Shows! Follow us on: Instagram: @Energized_Show Twitter: @Energized_Show​​​ Facebook: Energized Show​​​ iTunes/Spotify/SoundCloud: Energized Show #CageWarriors #CageWarriors137 #CageWarriors138

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain
830: Who Will Get to Mars First, Black Hole Through Earth, Dinosaurs in Space | Q&A 185

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 36:38


In this week's Questions and Answers show, I explain what James Webb will see when it looks at SgrA*, why black holes happen to be facing towards us, and if asteroid strikes can hurl dinosaurs into space. 00:00 Start 00:59 [Tatooine] Will Webb look at SgrA*? 05:23 [Coruscant] Why are both black holes facing us? 07:16 [Hoth] Were dinosaurs hurled to space during an asteroid impact? 09:57 [Naboo] How do stars get bigger than red dwarfs? 12:36 [Kamino] Will there be new physics beyond Newton and Einstein? 15:43 [Bespin] What would happen if a small black hole passed through the Earth? 17:27 [Mustafar] Has water been found on the Moon? 20:13 [Alderaan] How bad is the dust on Mars? 21:54 [Dagobah] Where does a planet go if it's absorbed by a black hole and then radiated away? 24:11 [Yavin] Are telescopes generating too much data? 27:01 [Mandalore] Who will take over after us? 28:19 [Geonosis] What will be the next space propulsion systems? 31:14 [Corellia] Will James Webb reveal planets at Proxima B? 33:41 [Crait] Which country will reach Mars first? Want to be part of the questions show? Ask a short question on any video on my channel. I gather a bunch up each week and answer them here.

Curiosity Daily
Solar Salads, Cursed Caffeine, Webb's First Photo

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 14:02


Today, you'll learn about the benefits of shading rooftop gardens with solar panels, caffeine's dark secrets, and how the first image from the James Webb telescope promises a great run for Hubble's successor.The sun really can feed you.“Your Rooftop Garden Could Be a Solar-Powered Working Farm” by Matt Simonhttps://www.wired.com/story/your-rooftop-garden-could-be-a-solar-powered-working-farm/“Exploring The Potential of Rooftop Agrivoltaics” by Jennifer Bousselot and Thomas Hickey, Jr.https://livingarchitecturemonitor.com/articles/potential-rooftop-agrivoltaics-sp22“Volunteer State (Finally) Discovers Solar Power — With A Regenerative Twist” by Tina Caseyhttps://cleantechnica.com/2022/04/04/volunteer-state-finally-discovers-solar-power-with-a-regenerative-twist/ Caffeine: the ultimate chicken or the egg dilemma.“The invisible addiction: is it time to give up caffeine?” by Michael Pollanhttps://www.theguardian.com/food/2021/jul/06/caffeine-coffee-tea-invisible-addiction-is-it-time-to-give-up“Caffeine: How much is too much?” by Mayo Clinic Staffhttps://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/caffeine/art-20045678#:~:text=Caffeine“Caffeine - Uses, Side Effects, And More” from WebMDhttps://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-979/caffeine#:~:text=Caffeine“How and When Did Humans Start Consuming Alcohol?” by Sedeer el-Showkhttps://www.nature.com/scitable/blog/accumulating-glitches/how_and_when_did_humans/#:~:text=According“Coffee and caffeine consumption and depression: A meta-analysis of observational studies” by Longfei Wang, Xiaoli Shen, Yili Wu, and Dongfeng Zhang https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26339067/A picture might be worth more than a thousand words.“1st image snapped by iconic Webb telescope pushes limits of the 'laws of physics'” by Tom Metcalfehttps://www.livescience.com/james-webb-telescope-image-limits-of-physics““Better than our most optimistic prediction” – first images from James Webb exceed all expectations” by Jamie Priesthttps://cosmosmagazine.com/space/james-webb-telescope-first-images/“About Webb Orbit” By NASAhttps://webb.nasa.gov/content/about/orbit.htmlFollow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/solar-salads-cursed-caffeine-webbs-first-photo

Parallaxis
Űrcsillagászat: a James Webb és asztrofizikai kisműholdak | Sokolébresztő #132

Parallaxis

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 54:23


Detre Örs Hunor, a James Webb Űrtávcső fejlesztőcsapatának oszlopos tagja megsúg néhány bennfentes infót azokról a dolgokról, amiket képeken még egyelőre csak kitakarva mutogathatnak. Illetve Pál Andrást is beszámoltatjuk a csillagászati kisműholdakkal kapcsolatos legfrissebb fejleményekről. https://parallaxis.blog.hu/2022/05/19/sokol_ep132 https://youtu.be/DIAG8TOc3r8 A Parallaxis Patreon oldalán támogatóink számára még a premier előtt elérhetővé tesszük podcastjeink legújabb epizódját! https://www.patreon.com/parallaxis Podcastjeink epizódjai elérhetőek Facebookon, Soundcloud- és YouTube-csatornánkon, valamint Google Podcasts-en, iTunes-on és Spotify-on is! Kattints és válassz platformot! https://parallaxis.blog.hu/2021/07/16/podcast_platformok

Trumpet Hour
#698: Aim for the Stars

Trumpet Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 58:40


Russia's invasion of Ukraine is another bleak reminder of how the ways of war, bloodshed and conquest continue to plague mankind today just as they have throughout history. Declarations that such history is a thing of the past have proved false. But biblical prophecy reveals why and when such bloody history will in fact end. The James Webb Space Telescope is functioning beautifully and primed for scientific exploration, exceeding scientists' most optimistic expectations. We talk to an engineer who contributed to the project about his experiences. And we draw some valuable life lessons from the extraordinary process of creating the James Webb telescope—lessons that were shared with this year's graduates of Herbert W. Armstrong College in the commencement address this past Sunday. Links [01:50] The End of History (12 minutes) “The End of 'The End of History'” [13:59] James Webb Space Telescope (17 minutes) [31:07] Lessons From Webb (26 minutes) Our Awesome Universe Potential

Today In Space
The Balance | RocketLab catches Electron w/ a Helicopter, Boeing OFT-2, AG3D gets a 3D Scanner, and Staying on Mission

Today In Space

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 37:24


On this episode we recap the latest from a busy May in Space, including: - Boeing's OFT-2 gets a Part DEUX after fixing some valve issues  - James Webb Space Telescope continues Science Instrument commissioning  - Rocket Lab catches their Electron Rocket with a Helicopter and the CAPSTONE spacecraft is on its way to New Zealand for an Artemis/Gateway mission to the Moon - The AG3D lab gets a new 3D Scanner We discuss the balance of staying on mission when things get tough, busy, and confusing. JWST is a great story of staying on mission Have a great week and make sure to spread love and spread science!  LLAP Alex G. Orphanos The unreal science behind how James Webb aligned its mirrors and go it working https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/20358 https://www.nasa.gov/directorates/spacetech/small_spacecraft/capstone https://www.jwst.nasa.gov/content/webbLaunch/whereIsWebb.html  

Politiquement incorrect
L'intégrale du vendredi 13 mai

Politiquement incorrect

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 123:55


L'éditorial de Richard Martineau : pas le droit de parler de sujet interracial. Un professeur de McGill est devenu persona non grata. La Rencontre Lisée - Mulcair avec Jean-François Lisée, ancien chef du Parti québécois et chroniqueur politique, et Thomas Mulcair, ancien chef du NPD et analyste politique (La Joute, chroniqueur au Journal) : un professeur devient persona non grata à McGill.  Segment LCN avec Richard et Jean-François Guérin : fin du masque obligatoire demain. Les employeurs courtisent les employés.  Entrevue avec Anne-Sophie Roy, Cheffe de contenu de la section Porte-monnaie du 24 heures : avec l'été qui arrive et les sorties qui se multiplient, il est important de s'informer sur la culture du pourboire qui est une convention sociale ici au Québec, mais qui n'est pas régie par la loi. Aujourd'hui, Anne-Sophie Roy, Cheffe de contenu de la section Porte-monnaie du 24 heures, nous propose le guide du pourboire 2022 qui nous donne des suggestions de « tips » à laisser selon différents corps de métiers.  Chronique Crime et Société avec Félix Séguin, journaliste au Bureau d'enquête de Québecor : l'adolescent atteint par balles dans la nuit de samedi à dimanche dernier pourrait ne plus jamais marcher. Les gangs de rues au Salvador et la manière dont le gouvernement essaie d'en venir à bout. Des soldats russes tirent deux civils ukrainiens dans le dos.  La Rencontre Proulx-Martineau avec Gilles Proulx, chroniqueur au Journal de Montréal Journal de Québec : manifestation contre le projet de loi 96.  La Rencontre Daoust-Martineau avec Yves Daoust, directeur de la section Argent du Journal de Montréal et du Journal de Québec : Elon Musk suspend le rachat de 44 milliards US de Twitter. PKP très enthousiaste pour son expansion hors Québec pour le sans-fil.  Entrevue avec Nathalie Ouellet, astrophysicienne et passionnée de vulgarisation scientifique. Elle est la coordonnatrice de l'iREx. Elle est aussi coordonnatrice scientifique pour le télescope spatial James Webb en collaboration avec l'Agence spatiale canadienne : cette photo était attendue depuis 2019, c'est maintenant chose réglée, on apprenait hier qu'une collaboration internationale d'astronomes a réussi à prouver la présence d'un trou noir géant au beau milieu de la Voie lactée avec des images. Ce monstre astronomique de 4 millions de masses solaires est à 27.000 années de nous et se trouve au beau milieu de la galaxie. Chronique de Denise Bombardier, chroniqueuse au Journal de Montréal Journal de Québec : retour sur sa chronique «Le Québec à la dérive» dans le Journal de Montréal.  La Rencontre Bock-Côté - Martineau avec Mathieu Bock-Côté, chroniqueur blogueur au Journal de Montréal Journal de Québec et animateur du balado « Les idées mènent le monde » à QUB radio : Dominique Anglade à la manifestation contre la loi 96. Un professeur devient persona non grata à McGill.  Entrevue avec Roger Ferland, enquêteur du Service de Police de la Ville de Québec (SPVQ) à la retraite : trois fusillades en trois jours à Laval. Deux de ses 3 fusillades ont eu lieu en présence d'enfants, en plein jour. Les parents, la Ville de Laval ainsi que la communauté lavalloise ne cachent pas leur inquiétude face à cette hausse de criminalité qui cible les jeunes de plus en plus.  Une production QUB radio Mai 2022 Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Politiquement incorrect
Trou noir : un «cadavre» de super nova, nous explique une experte

Politiquement incorrect

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 10:02


Entrevue avec Nathalie Ouellet, astrophysicienne et passionnée de vulgarisation scientifique. Elle est la coordonnatrice de l'iREx. Elle est aussi coordonnatrice scientifique pour le télescope spatial James Webb en collaboration avec l'Agence spatiale canadienne : cette photo était attendue depuis 2019, c'est maintenant chose réglée, on apprenait hier qu'une collaboration internationale d'astronomes a réussi à prouver la présence d'un trou noir géant au beau milieu de la voie lactée avec des images. Ce monstre astronomique de 4 millions de masses solaires est à 27.000 années de nous et se trouve au beau milieu de la galaxie. Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Federal Drive with Tom Temin
Meet the guy who got fixed NASA's big telescope and made sure it got into space

Federal Drive with Tom Temin

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 17:32


The James Webb Space Telescope has been sending back mind-bending data since its launch last year. But a few years ago the project was mired in trouble. More than a decade late and billions of dollars over budget. My next came in and got it all back on track. He's the James Webb program manager, and a finalist in this year's Service to America Medals program. Gregory Robinson joined the Federal Drive to discuss.

CQFD - La 1ere
La première image du télescope James Webb

CQFD - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 9:41


Le télescope spatial James-Webb (JWST), lancé en décembre dernier, vient de livrer sa première image ayant pour but de le calibrer pour la suite de son exploration. Plus dʹinformations avec René Doyon, coordinateur de lʹensemble de la contribution canadienne au télescope qui a conçu une partie de son système dʹimagerie. Une chronique de Tristan Miquel.

Hugo Lisoir Podcast
[DNDE] Découverte d'un nouveau type d'explosion céleste : les micronovae

Hugo Lisoir Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 11:30


Commandez notre livre sur Amazon : https://amzn.to/2K1womp Ou avec la FNAC : https://tidd.ly/37JegpJ #découverte #explosion Soutenez-nous avec Tipeee: https://www.tipeee.com/hugo-lisoir Soutenez-nous avec uTip : https://utip.io/feed/hugolisoir Contact pro: contact.hugolisoir@gmail.com Dernières nouvelles des étoiles (DNDE) est un format hebdomadaire qui fait le tour de l'actualité spatiale. SpaceX, Blue Origin, NASA, ESA, JAXA quels seront les prochains grands défis de l'humanité en terme de conquête de l'espace ? Au programme cette semaine : Découverte des micronovae, des images de James Webb, Starliner et Dream Chaser proches du décollage, le SLS et le Starship en attente.    

Wetenschap Vandaag | BNR
Wat er de laatste tijd allemaal gebeurde aan boord van de James Webb Telescoop

Wetenschap Vandaag | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 6:45


De afgelopen drie maanden waren ontzettend spannend voor het technisch team van de James Webb Telescoop. Hoog tijd voor een update.  We bespreken met systems engineer Maurice te Plate van ESA hoe het er nu voorstaat, waarom één instrument extra koud moest worden en een ander niet alleen gebruikt gaat worden om de ruimte mee te bestuderen, maar ook is ingezet om de enorme spiegels uit te lijnen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

PARSEC
Adivina qué lanzamiento se ha retrasado otra vez

PARSEC

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 36:52


Las ventanas de lanzamiento de Artemis I / Las sondas más currantes de la NASA / Electron cazado al vuelo / La estrella más lejana El vuelo inaugural del SLS se retrasa, como mínimo, hasta agosto: https://es.gizmodo.com/despues-de-varias-pruebas-fallidas-la-nasa-pospone-el-1848895148 Mientras tanto, el Booster 7 reparado en dos semanas: https://wccftech.com/spacex-stuns-repairs-230-feet-tall-rocket-in-two-weeks-after-major-rumored-accident/ La NASA prolonga varias de sus misiones espaciales: https://actualidadaeroespacial.com/la-nasa-prolonga-la-exploracion-de-ocho-de-sus-misiones-planetarias/ Primer intento de recuperar en el aire el Electron: https://es.gizmodo.com/rocket-lab-recupera-el-cohete-electron-con-un-helicopte-1848873998 Earendel, la estrella más lejana observada por el Hubble: https://danielmarin.naukas.com/2022/03/31/earendel-la-estrella-mas-lejana-conocida/ Las imágenes de un James Webb ya completamente alineado: https://twitter.com/AndrasGaspar/status/1520145182670430208 https://twitter.com/AndrasGaspar/status/1520184730985148418 PARSEC es un podcast semanal sobre exploración espacial presentado por Javier Atapuerca y Matías S. Zavia. Haznos llegar tus preguntas por Twitter: @parsecpodcast@JaviAtapu@matiass Puedes escucharnos en todas las plataformas a través de parsecpodcast.com.

Ratio Podcast
EP289 – Рестарт [Ratio Weekly с Никола Кереков]

Ratio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 52:33


След 3 години прекъсване, Големият адронен ускорител най-накрая поднови своята работа. Обновяването му позволява да се наблюдават повече сблъсъци на частици и това вдига очакванията да стигнем по-близо до разбиране за тъмната материя с негова помощ. Освен тази чудесна новина, Петко и Никола говорят за: — Ingenuity на гости на Perseverance; — първите снимки на James Webb; — китайската хегемония в космическите изстрелвания; — горещините в Индия и Пакистан. Слушайте ни за седмичната си доза наука! === Допълнителни бележки към епизода: ratio.bg/podcast/289 Епизодът е подкрепен от Мелън – българска софтуерна компания и дългогоишен партньор на Ratio. Научете повече за тях тук: http://www.melontech.com/careers/working-for-melon Ако това, което правим, ви харесва, подкрепете Ratio тук: ratio.bg/support.

Intelligent Design the Future
Guillermo Gonzalez on What's Changed Since The Privileged Planet

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 16:20


On this ID the Future from the vault, host Jay Richards and astronomer Guillermo Gonzalez, authors of The Privileged Planet: How Our Place in the Cosmos Is Designed for Discovery, discuss what's changed in the years since the book first appeared. One big change: the number of exo-planets discovered has exploded from 200 or so to several thousand. Gonzalez walks through this and other exciting recent advances in astronomy, and the two discuss how these new discoveries bear on the predictions and arguments they advanced in their book. Also in the discussion, Gonzalez speculates about what the James Webb space telescope may uncover after it comes online. Source

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009

https://youtu.be/UpCsnHUE1Zo Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: No special guest tonight. There always seems to be so many news stories that we never get to cover - but tonight we will get to discuss a few more than usual! Regular Guests: Dr. Moiya McTier ( https://www.moiyamctier.com/ & @GoAstroMo ) Dr. Alex Teachey ( https://alexteachey.wordpress.com/ & @alexteachey ) This week's stories: - Cosmic rays as earthquake detection. - Rare galaxies forming stars. - James Webb! - Machine learning for exoplanet cartography! - Solar flares! - Event Horizon Telescope?   We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.

The Big Beard Theory
372: Сногсшибательный James Webb, ракета Шредингера, телескоп горизонта событий

The Big Beard Theory

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 34:13


Кому и зачем нужны поимки ракет вертолетом, насколько впечатляющими смогут быть результаты Джеймса Уебба и что нам расскажут от Телескопа Горизонта Событий про Млечный Путь. Ведущий: Антон Поздняков (https://twitter.com/kuingul) Темы 00:00:00 - Интро 00:00:27 - Ракета Шредингера от Rocket Lab 00:09:21 - Зачем и кому вообще нужна поимка ракет вертолетом 00:19:46 - Первые изображения Джеймса Уебба очень впечатляют 00:26:38 - Телескоп горизонта событий покажет что-то про Млечный Путь 00:31:35 - Свет победит тьму

Glocal - Encurtando distâncias!
Astronomia, James Webb e a Grandeza de Deus | GLOCAL Podcast EP004T10

Glocal - Encurtando distâncias!

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 51:55


Estamos de volta com nosso Podcast Glocal e já de cara dando um passeio pelo Espaço, tipo Elon Musk. Você sabe quem é James Webb? Atronomia e Grandeza de Deus? Físicos invejáveis? Aperte os cintos por aí e viaje nessa conversa incrível! Mesmo que sejam áreas aparentemente tão distantes uma das outras, como toda ciência, sim, revelam a grandeza de Deus. Uma conversa que vai de terra plana, à relatividade do tempo e fundamentalismo bíblico.

Sternzeit - Deutschlandfunk
Eichung im Sternbild Drache - Der erste Stern von James Webb

Sternzeit - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 2:31


Seit mehr als drei Monaten arbeitet das James-Web-Team daran, das neue Weltraumteleskop zu justieren und in Betrieb zu nehmen. Dabei hat ein schwacher Stern am Nordhimmel Astronomiegeschichte geschrieben: Er belegt, dass die Segmente des Spiegels korrekt ausgerichtet sind.Von Dirk Lorenzenwww.deutschlandfunk.de, SternzeitDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain
814: Groundbreaking Event Horizon Telescope Update, OSIRIS-REx Reborn, End of SOFIA | Space Bites

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 16:56


NASA extended 8 space missions, EHT has groundbreaking announcements on the Milky Way's supermassive black hole, James Webb shows first images, SOFIA telescope is getting shut, Starship evaluation gets another delay, and more space news. 00:00 Intro 00:37 EHT announced ‘groundbreaking Milky Way results' https://www.eso.org/public/announcements/ann22006/ 02:25 Webb Has Almost Reached its Final, Coldest Temperature https://www.universetoday.com/155568/webb-has-almost-reached-its-final-coldest-temperature/ 03:44 New Engineering Images from JWST Will Blow Your Mind https://www.universetoday.com/155649/prepare-yourself-new-engineering-images-from-jwst-will-blow-your-mind/ https://twitter.com/andrasgaspar/status/1520184730985148418?s=21&t=sR0-_t0BaKUwvDUPPbwCTQ 05:51 Eight Missions Planetary are Getting Extensions https://www.universetoday.com/155606/eight-missions-are-getting-extensions-most-exciting-osiris-rex-is-going-to-asteroid-apophis/ 08:19 NASA is Ready to try and fix Lucy's Unlatched Solar Panel https://www.universetoday.com/155578/nasa-is-ready-to-try-and-fix-lucys-unlatched-solar-panel/ 10:07 FAA further delayed Boca Chica Decision to May 31st 11:33 Support us on Patreon https://patreon.com/universetoday 12:30 Sofia Observatory Will Officially End on Sep 30th https://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-partner-decide-to-conclude-sofia-mission 13:49 Ingenuity Helicopter Flies to the Perseverance Backshell and Parachute to See Them Close Up https://www.universetoday.com/155643/amazing-ingenuity-helicopter-flies-to-the-perseverance-backshell-and-parachute-to-see-them-close-up/ 14:48 Cool video of SpaceX Crew Dragon approaching ISS 15:21 Ganymede Casts a Long Shadow Across the Surface of Jupiter https://www.universetoday.com/155634/ganymede-casts-a-long-shadow-across-the-surface-of-jupiter/ 16:07 Outro Host: Fraser Cain Producer: Anton Pozdnyakov Editing: Artem Pozdnyakov

Shirtloads of Science
Hunting Exoplanets with Prof. Glazebrook (287)

Shirtloads of Science

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 23:37


Earth-like planets are rare but the hunt for more is on. Professor Glazebrook is Principal Investigator for the James Webb telescope and introduces Dr Karl to the world of infra-red observation. https:drkarl.com

Radio Astronomy
Hubble, James Webb and life beyond Earth

Radio Astronomy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 36:43


NASA's Dr Richard Barry discusses the science of space telescopes, the hunt for distant worlds and why finding life beyond Earth is an inevitability. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Frekvenca X
Pogled proti vesolju

Frekvenca X

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 27:09


V tokratni Frekvenci X smo spet pogledovali proti vesolju. Z gostoma prof. dr. Tomažem Zwittrom in astrofizičarko dr. Marušo Bradač smo skozi teleskop opazovali, kako je vojna v Ukrajini vplivala na raziskovanje v vesolju, poiskali ne dolgo nazaj izstreljeni vesoljski teleskop James Webb in preverili, kako deluje, preučili odkritje najbolj oddaljene zvezde doslej, za konec pa izstrelili za slovensko znanost še eno pomembno novico.

TEDTalks Tecnología
Cómo el telescopio espacial James Webb desvelará el universo | John C. Mather

TEDTalks Tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 8:44


El telescopio espacial James Webb es un milagro de la ciencia y la ingeniería modernas. Con un espejo revestido de oro de 6,40 metros de diámetro, y protegido por un parasol del tamaño de una pista de tenis, es el telescopio más potente del mundo y el intento más reciente de la humanidad para dar respuesta a interrogantes como: "¿De dónde venimos?" y "¿Estamos solos?" (Fue necesario plegarlo como un origami para poder ser lanzado al espacio). El nobel John C. Mather, líder del equipo de la NASA que construyó el Webb, explica cómo el telescopio observará las primeras galaxias que se formaron en el universo primitivo, atravesará nubes de polvo cósmico y gas para revelar estrellas en su fase inicial y descubrir nuevos detalles acerca de lugares como Europa y Titán, los cuales podrían albergar vida. "Este telescopio nos proporcionará grandes sorpresas", afirma Mather.

TEDTalks Technologie
Comment le télescope James Webb va nous ouvrir les portes de l'univers | John C. Mather

TEDTalks Technologie

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 8:44


Le télescope James Webb est un miracle de la science moderne et l'ingénierie. Il a un miroir recouvert d'or de 6 mètres 40 qui est protégé du soleil par un écran aux dimensions d'un terrain de tennis. On a dû plier ce télescope et son écran de protection comme un origami pour pouvoir le lancer dans l'espace. C'est le télescope le plus puissant au monde et la tentative la plus récente réalisée par l'humanité pour répondre à des questions comme : « D'où venons-nous ? » et « Sommes-nous les seuls ? ». Le Prix Nobel John C. Mather, chef de l'équipe de la NASA qui a construit Webb, nous présente comment le télescope va pouvoir observer les premières galaxies qui sont nées dans l'univers, observer à travers les nuages de poussières cosmiques et de gaz et nus dévoiler la naissance d'étoiles et de nouvelles données sur des endroits comme Europe et Titan, capables potentiellement d'accueillir une vie. John C. Mather nous affirme que le télescope Webb nous apportera plus d'une grande surprise.

Chronic Curiosity
#79 I Love GOOOOOOOOLLD

Chronic Curiosity

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 76:13


We discuss the James Webb telescope, is gold really meant to be jewelry, and what other artifacts do we carry along with us that we don't understand. Along with normal randomness, evolution/creation, cities vs country living & pollution.Link to the video discussed during the show - https://youtu.be/4IcVIF3_708Visit the website for all things Chronically Curious- Chronic Curiosity Podcast (chronic-curiosity.com)Support the show (https://cash.app/$ChronicCuriosity)

The NAKE'd Podcast
Ep. 135: Amazon Banning Terms, Melissa Lucio, James Webb Updates, Disney and WotC Updates

The NAKE'd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 70:35


Welcome back NAKE'd listeners! If you're reading this, you are awesome! Did you know that we have a live stream of this show on Mondays? You should check out the OM Linktree links down below. This week, we discuss: - Amazon internal social media to ban terms like union - Melissa Lucio execution set; coming down to the wire for clemency - James Webb Station updates - Live action Disney movies Coming up - Wizards of the Coast merged with D&D Beyond Check out our website www.officialmillennials.com and tag us @OG_TheNAKEdPod on Twitter. If you have anything to talk to us about, email info@officialmillennials.com Social Links: NJ - https://linktr.ee/NoThisIsNJ Alan – https://linktr.ee/peach_zee Kielyn – https://linktr.ee/puzzldscarlett Ethan – https://bio.fm/crazyebie Official Millennial - https://linktr.ee/OfficialMillennials Music by Joseph McDade, GameChops (www.gamechops.com), & Purple Planet Music (www.purple-planet.com) #OGNAKEdPod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/officialmillennials/message

Warped
Episode 208 - The Most Complicated Unfurling of all Time

Warped

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 53:48


Warped Episode 208 The Nth DegreeIt's the return of Lt. Barclay, so everyone is pretty hyped. Who would have thought a room full of Rosses would relate to Barclay. You are listening to Warped so you know we tackle the important questions of the day. Questions like: What do you call the area between the chin and the boobs? Is Dwight Schultz the greatest actor form the A-Team? and What the heck is the James Webb telescope? All this plus several pieces of our most popular bit: Corrections Corner!!!!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary | Astronomy, Space & Science News
Discovery Of A Missing Link In The Origins Of Supermassive Black Holes

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary | Astronomy, Space & Science News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 30:47


The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 47*Discovery of a missing link in the origins of supermassive black holesAstronomers have identified a rapidly growing black hole in the early universe that appears to be a crucial "missing link" between young star-forming galaxies and the first supermassive black holes.*The Martian meteorite Black Beauty gets a CT scanNASA officials and the US Army have combined forces to undertake new research on a famous Martian Meteorite known as Black Beauty.*James Webb reaches major milestoneNASA's new James Webb Space Telescope has finally reached its Mid-Infrared Instrument's planned operating temperature.*The Science ReportHow the Victorian government's COVID lockdown's affected mental health.Claims people who suffer a loss of their sense of smell have a higher overall risk of death.Scientists successfully developed a human-like sense of touch for robots.Alex on Tech: Elon Musk push for a balanced Twitter.Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/listen For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen to. Thank you…To become a SpaceTime supporter and unlock commercial free editions of the show, gain early access and bonus content, please visit https://bitesz.supercast.com/ . Premium version now available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts.For more podcasts visit our HQ at https://bitesz.com This episode of SpaceTime is brought to you with the support of NordVPN…The world's leading VPN provider. Making your online data unreadable to others. Get our discount offer, plus one month free and special bonus gift. Plus you get to help support SpaceTime… visit https://nordvpn.com/stuartgary or use the coupon code STUARTGARY at checkout. Thank you…3astronomy #space #science #news #podcast #blackholes #spacetime

PARSEC
Una Barbie en el espacio

PARSEC

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 35:05


El telescopio espacial James Webb ya está frío. El cohete español Miura 1 ruge por primera vez en el aeropuerto de Teruel. El SLS de la NASA volverá al edificio de ensamblaje. La centrifugadora de SpinLaunch se probará con una carga de la NASA. Rusia volverá a la Luna sin ayuda de la ESA. Ruanda lanzará el primer satélite de su megaconstelación en un cohete Electron. Rocket Lab intentará recuperar el Electron con un helicóptero. El satélite basurero de AstroScale está tocado, pero no hundido. Y sí, hay una Barbie en el espacio. Enlaces:  https://www.space.com/james-webb-space-telescope-absolute-zero-calibration https://twitter.com/PLD_Space/status/1514212832346320899 https://es.gizmodo.com/la-nasa-devolvera-su-megacohete-lunar-al-edificio-de-en-1848809814 https://twitter.com/FronteraSpacial/status/1515566374994726915/photo/1 https://www.space.com/spinlaunch-nasa-suborbital-test-flight-agreement https://spacenews.com/astroscale-to-restart-debris-removal-demo-with-half-the-thrusters/ https://twitter.com/free_space/status/1508944708109807623 https://tass.com/science/1435999 https://www.asdnews.com/news/aerospace/2022/04/08/ride-into-orbit-secured-copernicus-sentinel1c  https://spacenews.com/e-space-sheds-more-light-on-sustainable-megaconstellation-plan/ http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-041422a-barbie-dolls-space-station-mission-dreamstar.html PARSEC es un podcast semanal sobre exploración espacial presentado por Javier Atapuerca y Matías S. Zavia. Haznos llegar tus preguntas por Twitter: @parsecpodcast@JaviAtapu@matiass Puedes escucharnos en todas las plataformas a través de parsecpodcast.com.

The Naked Scientists Podcast
Frankenfoods, Formula 1 & Fake news

The Naked Scientists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 58:14


This week, we have an egg-cellent panel of spectacular science specialists who will be diving into their areas of expertise and sharing the goods! We hear about how formula 1 technology is changing the world, tools for coping with grief, some of the biggest controversies in science media and an update on the James Webb telescope as it preps for capturing the universe. Plus, we put our panel to the test with a science news quiz and follow clues on an easter egg trail which takes us all around the globe... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

Spin de Notícias | Deviante
O processo de alinhamento do Telescópio James Webb – 19 Driadan (Spin#1616 – 14/04/2022)

Spin de Notícias | Deviante

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 8:44


Sejam bem-vindos ao milésimo sexcentésimo décimo sexto Spin de Notícias, o seu giro diário de informações científicas... em escala sub-atômica. E nesse Spin de Notícias falaremos sobre...Física! *Este episódio, assim como tantos outros projetos vindouros, só foi possível por conta do Patronato do SciCast. Se você quiser mais episódios assim, contribua conosco!*

Podcasts do Portal Deviante
O processo de alinhamento do Telescópio James Webb – 19 Driadan (Spin#1616 – 14/04/2022)

Podcasts do Portal Deviante

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 8:44


Sejam bem-vindos ao milésimo sexcentésimo décimo sexto Spin de Notícias, o seu giro diário de informações científicas... em escala sub-atômica. E nesse Spin de Notícias falaremos sobre...Física! *Este episódio, assim como tantos outros projetos vindouros, só foi possível por conta do Patronato do SciCast. Se você quiser mais episódios assim, contribua conosco!*

News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Ukraine attention shows bias against black lives, WHO chief says Biden commits another 800 million in assistance during one hour call with Zelenskyy Live Ukraine updates Russia Threatens Direct Conflict With U.S., NATO in Ukraine War Phillys mask mandate is back, but its got little to do with COVID Gov. Abbott doubles down on new inspection rule for truckers at Texas border US Olympic great Felix to retire at end of season Mask mandate aboard planes, trains and buses in the US extended until May 3 UK to sign deal to send asylum seekers to Rwanda for processing Durban floods South Africa floods kill more than 250 Nasa scientists spy largest ever comet Police arrest suspect in New York subway shooting Ukraine War Finland to decide on Nato membership in weeks says PM Marin Video shows struggle before Grand Rapids officer shot Patrick Lyoya Ukraine War Biden accuses Russian troops of committing genocide in Ukraine Storms moving in Damaging winds, heavy rain, tornadoes all possible Wednesday Bidens shift from climate to oil rattles greens Brooklyn Subway Shooting Suspect Is in Custody Live Updates Florida woman strangles two kids, tells cops to come get them, I dont want them Bodybuilding champion Cedric McMillan dead at 44 James Webb telescopes MIRI instrument goes super cold

Starts With A Bang podcast
Starts With A Bang #80 - The Cosmos, James Webb, and Beyond

Starts With A Bang podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 99:42


Have you ever wondered how it is that we know all we do about galaxies? How they formed, what they're made of, how we can be certain they contain dark matter, and how they grew up in the context of the expanding Universe? In any scientific discipline, we have the things we know and can be quite confident in, the things that we think we've figured out but more data is required to be certain, and the things that remain undecided given the current evidence: things over the horizon of the present frontiers. Fortunately, we have the ability to scrupulously identify which aspects of galaxy formation and evolution fall into each category, and to walk right up to the edge of our knowledge and peer over that ever-expanding horizon. Joining me for this episode of the Starts With A Bang podcast is scientist Arianna Long, Ph.D. candidate at the University of California at Irvine and soon-to-be Hubble Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin. With the advent of ALMA and the James Webb Space Telescope, in particular, we're poised to seriously push back the frontiers of the unknown, and you can get the insider's view of exactly what we'll be looking for and how. This is one episode you certainly won't want to miss! Image: This view of a portion of the DREaM simulated galaxy catalog provides a snippet of sky that might correspond, statistically, with what James Webb expects to see. This particular snippet showcases an incredibly rich region of relative nearby galaxies clustered together, which could provide Webb with an unprecedented view of galaxies magnified by strong and weak gravitational lensing. (Credit: Nicole Drakos, Bruno Villasenor, Brant Robertson, Ryan Hausen, Mark Dickinson, Henry Ferguson, Steven Furlanetto, Jenny Greene, Piero Madau, Alice Shapley, Daniel Stark, Risa Wechsler)

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain
799: Navigation in Space, Sizes of Black Holes and Planet 9 | Q&A 178

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 35:18


In this week's live Questions and Answers show, I explain how big black holes are, what coordinate system astronomers use to map objects in the sky, and what could have collapsed clouds of hydrogen to form the first stars? 00:00 Start 00:42 How big are black holes? 03:15 What coordinate system do astronomers use to map objects in space? 06:50 What created the first stars? 08:19 If Planet 9 is a black hole, how could we detect it? 10:10 How do gamma rays escape the gravity of a black hole? 11:04 Any alternative theories to the Big Bang that I find convincing? 14:51 Where is Starman right now? 15:44 How do we know the shape of the Milky Way? 18:50 How far is James Webb in light-seconds? 19:45 Are filaments and dark matter related? 21:24 How do orbits become and stay stable? 24:11 How dangerous is the Universe to life? 27:39 What do I think of the Dark Forest theory? 29:25 Are rubble pile asteroids dead comets? 30:52 Are some galaxies more habitable? 32:03 Could a Dyson Sphere stay inflated by the Solar Wind? Want to be part of the questions show? Ask a short question on any video on my channel. I gather a bunch up each week and answer them here.

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain
798: Limits of Kardashev Scale, Artificial Stars, Can We Touch Jupiter | Q&A 177

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 35:55


In this week's questions and answers show, I answer the question: could we build a star? How far will humans realistically explore within the Solar System? Is there any way we can escape the heat death of the Universe? 00:00 Start 01:03 Could we create a new star? 04:17 How far will humans explore in the Solar System? 08:59 Can we escape the heat death of the Universe? 13:29 Where is the surface of Jupiter? 15:53 Can a rocket escape Venus? 18:50 Will we find life in the Solar System? 19:45 Why do we see those spikes in the James Webb image? 23:52 Could we communicate back out of a black hole? 24:57 Could we use laser sails within the Solar System? 27:09 Will humans really survive more than a few years? 29:52 Can Webb handle space radiation? 32:02 Are some of the first stars still around? Want to be part of the questions show? Ask a short question on any video on my channel. I gather a bunch up each week and answer them here.

Good Heavens!  The Human Side of Astronomy

No, we aren't talking about the Internet! But about the newly launched James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), now roaming about the heavens a million miles from planet Earth.  It was launched Christmas morning, December 25, 2021 from a European spaceport in French Guiana, in South America. A brand-new, ten-billion-dollar telescope venture, the James Webb Space Telescope is an infrared telescope and will be able to pick up some of the faintest light in the most distant regions of the cosmos. The James Webb telescope supercedes the Spitzer Space Telescope that went before it.  Spitzer was also an Infrared telescope.  Come and find out about where the James Webb telescope is located and why astronomers are so excited about it.     Every time we build a bigger telescope, our understanding of the cosmos is radically changed. What wonders await us? Whatever Webb uncovers it is exciting to consider that no eye has ever seen the things God is about to reveal to us through the honey-combed mirrors of this new telescope.  Come along with Wayne and Dan as they ponder how telescopes have changed our understanding of the universe we inhabit and how it all might point to the glory of God in Christ.  Podbean enables our podcast to be on Apple Podcasts and other major podcast platforms.  To support Good Heavens! on Podbean as a patron, you can use the Podbean app, or go to https://patron.podbean.com/goodheavens.  This goes to Wayne Spencer. If you would like to give to the ministry of Watchman Fellowship or to Daniel Ray, you can donate at https://www.watchman.org/daniel. Donations to Watchman are tax deductible. Image:  The picture is an infrared colored image from the Spitzer Space Telescope, produced by NASA (cropped and resized for this). 

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009

https://youtu.be/qps-4l6TC-Y Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: Another week with no guest - but that means we get to talk about MORE NEWS!!! Regular Guests: Dr. Moiya McTier ( https://www.moiyamctier.com/ & @GoAstroMo ) Pam Hoffman ( http://spacer.pamhoffman.com/ & http://everydayspacer.com/ & @EverydaySpacer ) This week's stories: - 5,000 exoplanets! - Flyby of Ganymede! - SLS! - Starship! - James Webb. (The space telescope, that is…)   We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations.  Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.

The VPZD Show
Ep. 14: Worship Lord Zero COVID, 4th Booster, Dumb Policies

The VPZD Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 75:04


We're back! In this episode we talk: dumb COVID policies, mask shaming on both sides, Kyrie Irving vaccine controversy, worshipping Lord Zero COVID (Hong Kong and elsewhere), press coverage biases, a FOURTH booster shot, ethical considerations around pharma not providing meds to Russia, dumber college COVID policies, the deal with early treatments, Ash Jha and John Ioannidis, and the James Webb telescope and STEM inspiration. Dr. Prasad's "Plenary Session" podcast: vinayakkprasad.com/plenarysession Dr. Damania's "ZDoggMD Show" podcast: zdoggmd.com/z-blogg More info for Vinay and Zubin at https://lnk.bio/zdoggmd and vinayakkprasad.com/bio

This Week in Tech (Video HI)
TWiT 867: That's Not a TikTok, It's a Podcast - Mac Studio review, Netflix password sharing, Amazon Project Iliad

This Week in Tech (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 144:07


Mac Studio review, Netflix password sharing, Amazon Project Iliad  Jason's Mac Studio review: Something new.  Mac Studio FULL Teardown - M1 Ultra chip REVEALED!  Jason's Apple Studio Display Review: A welcome return.  The Samsung Odyssey Ark is its largest curved monitor yet — and you can turn it on its side.  Jason's M1 iPad Air review: A familiar face.  OS Updates arrive with Universal Control, Mask Unlock.  Zelensky video deepfake.  Facebook removes 'deepfake' of Ukrainian President Zelenskyy.  Brazil's Supreme Court suspends Telegram, a key Bolsonaro platform.  Vimeo is telling creators to suddenly pay thousands of dollars — or leave the platform.  Vimeo is sorry, and here's how it's changing.  The internet forgot about Clubhouse. Anti-war Russians didn't.  Using a New Cyber Tool, Westerners Have Been Texting Russians About the War in Ukraine.  Amazon Closes $8.5 Billion Acquisition of MGM.  CNN confirms streaming service CNN+ to launch this spring.  Netflix Will Prompt Subscribers to Pay for Users Outside Their Households in New Test to Address Unauthorized Password Sharing.  Microsoft says Windows 11 File Explorer ads were 'not intended to be published externally'.  Germany Warns Kaspersky Could Be Used to 'Attack' During Ukraine Invasion.  SpaceX sent Starlink internet terminals to Ukraine. They could paint a 'giant target' on users' backs, experts say.  McLaren F1 car sports 'Chrome wheels' and Android logo.  Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters.  Amazon's 'Project Iliad' Made It Harder to Cancel Prime: Leaked Data.  AccountKiller.com  Bored Apes NFT project gets official 'ApeCoin' token.  Mark Zuckerberg confirms NFTs are coming to Instagram. California bill would let parents sue social media companies for addicting kids.  Permanent Daylight Saving Time bill could stall in the House.  "Better than our most optimistic prediction" – first images from James Webb exceed all expectations.  CD sales just rose for the first time in almost two decades. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Owen JJ Stone, Iain Thomson, and Jason Snell Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/Twit newrelic.com/twit Coinbase.com/TWIT expressvpn.com/twit

This Week in Tech (MP3)
TWiT 867: That's Not a TikTok, It's a Podcast - Mac Studio review, Netflix password sharing, Amazon Project Iliad

This Week in Tech (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 143:26


Mac Studio review, Netflix password sharing, Amazon Project Iliad  Jason's Mac Studio review: Something new.  Mac Studio FULL Teardown - M1 Ultra chip REVEALED!  Jason's Apple Studio Display Review: A welcome return.  The Samsung Odyssey Ark is its largest curved monitor yet — and you can turn it on its side.  Jason's M1 iPad Air review: A familiar face.  OS Updates arrive with Universal Control, Mask Unlock.  Zelensky video deepfake.  Facebook removes 'deepfake' of Ukrainian President Zelenskyy.  Brazil's Supreme Court suspends Telegram, a key Bolsonaro platform.  Vimeo is telling creators to suddenly pay thousands of dollars — or leave the platform.  Vimeo is sorry, and here's how it's changing.  The internet forgot about Clubhouse. Anti-war Russians didn't.  Using a New Cyber Tool, Westerners Have Been Texting Russians About the War in Ukraine.  Amazon Closes $8.5 Billion Acquisition of MGM.  CNN confirms streaming service CNN+ to launch this spring.  Netflix Will Prompt Subscribers to Pay for Users Outside Their Households in New Test to Address Unauthorized Password Sharing.  Microsoft says Windows 11 File Explorer ads were 'not intended to be published externally'.  Germany Warns Kaspersky Could Be Used to 'Attack' During Ukraine Invasion.  SpaceX sent Starlink internet terminals to Ukraine. They could paint a 'giant target' on users' backs, experts say.  McLaren F1 car sports 'Chrome wheels' and Android logo.  Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters.  Amazon's 'Project Iliad' Made It Harder to Cancel Prime: Leaked Data.  AccountKiller.com  Bored Apes NFT project gets official 'ApeCoin' token.  Mark Zuckerberg confirms NFTs are coming to Instagram. California bill would let parents sue social media companies for addicting kids.  Permanent Daylight Saving Time bill could stall in the House.  "Better than our most optimistic prediction" – first images from James Webb exceed all expectations.  CD sales just rose for the first time in almost two decades. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Owen JJ Stone, Iain Thomson, and Jason Snell Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/Twit newrelic.com/twit Coinbase.com/TWIT expressvpn.com/twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
This Week in Tech 867: That's Not a TikTok, It's a Podcast

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 143:26


Mac Studio review, Netflix password sharing, Amazon Project Iliad  Jason's Mac Studio review: Something new.  Mac Studio FULL Teardown - M1 Ultra chip REVEALED!  Jason's Apple Studio Display Review: A welcome return.  The Samsung Odyssey Ark is its largest curved monitor yet — and you can turn it on its side.  Jason's M1 iPad Air review: A familiar face.  OS Updates arrive with Universal Control, Mask Unlock.  Zelensky video deepfake.  Facebook removes 'deepfake' of Ukrainian President Zelenskyy.  Brazil's Supreme Court suspends Telegram, a key Bolsonaro platform.  Vimeo is telling creators to suddenly pay thousands of dollars — or leave the platform.  Vimeo is sorry, and here's how it's changing.  The internet forgot about Clubhouse. Anti-war Russians didn't.  Using a New Cyber Tool, Westerners Have Been Texting Russians About the War in Ukraine.  Amazon Closes $8.5 Billion Acquisition of MGM.  CNN confirms streaming service CNN+ to launch this spring.  Netflix Will Prompt Subscribers to Pay for Users Outside Their Households in New Test to Address Unauthorized Password Sharing.  Microsoft says Windows 11 File Explorer ads were 'not intended to be published externally'.  Germany Warns Kaspersky Could Be Used to 'Attack' During Ukraine Invasion.  SpaceX sent Starlink internet terminals to Ukraine. They could paint a 'giant target' on users' backs, experts say.  McLaren F1 car sports 'Chrome wheels' and Android logo.  Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters.  Amazon's 'Project Iliad' Made It Harder to Cancel Prime: Leaked Data.  AccountKiller.com  Bored Apes NFT project gets official 'ApeCoin' token.  Mark Zuckerberg confirms NFTs are coming to Instagram. California bill would let parents sue social media companies for addicting kids.  Permanent Daylight Saving Time bill could stall in the House.  "Better than our most optimistic prediction" – first images from James Webb exceed all expectations.  CD sales just rose for the first time in almost two decades. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Owen JJ Stone, Iain Thomson, and Jason Snell Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/Twit newrelic.com/twit Coinbase.com/TWIT expressvpn.com/twit

CATS Roundtable
Steve Kates Dr. Sky - James Webb's space probe reveals the origins of the world.

CATS Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 5:48


Steve Kates Dr. Sky - James Webb's space probe reveals the origins of the world. by John Catsimatidis

Science Friday
James Webb Focused Image, Decarbonize Your Home, Wildlife Crime. March 18, 2022, Part 1

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 47:28


The James Webb Telescope Releases Its First Focused Image This week eager astronomers got an update on the progress of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), which launched last December. After a long period of tweaking and alignment, all 18 mirrors of the massive orbiting scope are now in focus.  In a briefing this week, Marshall Perrin, the Webb deputy telescope scientist, said that the team had achieved diffraction limited alignment of the telescope. “The images are focused as finely as the laws of physics allow,” he said. “This is as sharp an image as you can get from a telescope of this size.”  Although actual scientific images from the scope are still months away, the initial test images had astronomers buzzing. Rachel Feltman, executive editor at Popular Science, joins Ira to talk about the progress on JWST, and other stories from the week in science, including plans to launch a quantum entanglement experiment to the International Space Station, an update on the COVID-19 epidemic, and a new report looking at the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. They'll also tackle the habits of spiders that hunt in packs, and the finding that a galloping gait may have started beneath the ocean's waves.    The Climate Crisis Is Driving New Home Improvements A lot of the changes that need to happen to keep global warming under 1.5 degrees Celsius need to happen at a huge, international level. But nearly a fifth of carbon emissions in the U.S. come from our homes. Are there things we can do at home to help the climate crisis? And how effective are individual actions? Threshold is a podcast telling stories about our changing environment. And as their fourth season explores what it will take for the world to keep global warming under the crucial 1.5 benchmark, reporter Nick Mott explores what individuals can do to decarbonize their homes. Mott talks to Ira Flatow about his own home improvement project, in a preview of Threshold's next episode.   From Succulents To Bugs: Exploring Wildlife Crime The world of science is surprisingly ripe with true crime stories. Consider case number one: Deep in South Africa's Northern Cape, a rare and tiny succulent grows: the Conophytum. Demand for succulents skyrocketed during the pandemic, as more and more people got into the plant keeping hobby. But these succulents only grow in very specific conditions, and poachers will go to great lengths to nab them. The story is the subject of a recent investigation published in National Geographic. Or case two: It's 2018, and a theft has occurred at the Philadelphia Insectarium, a bug museum and education center. In a daring daylight raid, thousands of creatures were taken from the insectarium—right under the nose of the CEO. No one has ever been charged with a crime. This bizarre big story quickly made the rounds of local and national news, which left out the most interesting details, including a surprise ending. The new documentary series “Bug Out” takes us through the twists and turns of this story, from retracing the events of the day of the heist, to a deep look at the illegal international insect trade. The four episodes of “Bug Out” are available to watch now on IMDB TV and Prime Video.   Joining Ira to chat about these wildlife true crime stories are Dina Fine Maron, senior wildlife crime reporter for National Geographic and Ben Feldman, director and executive producer of “Bug Out.”  

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
States move to limit telehealth options for women seeking abortion pills

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 15:25


Since the beginning of the year, lawmakers in over 20 states have proposed bills limiting access to abortion pills by mail. The Food and Drug Administration had, in December, nixed a rule requiring that patients pick up their pills in person. There’s also an update on the continued detention of basketball star Brittney Griner in Russia and an insider look at how the Senate’s daylight saving time vote came to pass. After we wrap up the news, our hosts share a couple of technological marvels as Make Me Smiles! Here’s everything we talked about on the show today: “WNBA star Brittney Griner’s detention in Russia extended to May 19” from ESPN “As Abortion Pills Take Off, Some States Move to Curb Them” from Pew's Stateline The Senate’s Daylight Saving Time Move Shocked Senators from BuzzFeed News Arnold Schwarzenegger tapes video to Russia, telling Putin: ‘Stop this war’ from The New York Times First photos from James Webb telescope better than expected from Cosmos magazine “How a game-changing transplant could treat dying organs” from National Geographic Keep independent journalism going strong. Give today to support Make Me Smart.

Marketplace All-in-One
States move to limit telehealth options for women seeking abortion pills

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 15:25


Since the beginning of the year, lawmakers in over 20 states have proposed bills limiting access to abortion pills by mail. The Food and Drug Administration had, in December, nixed a rule requiring that patients pick up their pills in person. There’s also an update on the continued detention of basketball star Brittney Griner in Russia and an insider look at how the Senate’s daylight saving time vote came to pass. After we wrap up the news, our hosts share a couple of technological marvels as Make Me Smiles! Here’s everything we talked about on the show today: “WNBA star Brittney Griner’s detention in Russia extended to May 19” from ESPN “As Abortion Pills Take Off, Some States Move to Curb Them” from Pew's Stateline The Senate’s Daylight Saving Time Move Shocked Senators from BuzzFeed News Arnold Schwarzenegger tapes video to Russia, telling Putin: ‘Stop this war’ from The New York Times First photos from James Webb telescope better than expected from Cosmos magazine “How a game-changing transplant could treat dying organs” from National Geographic Keep independent journalism going strong. Give today to support Make Me Smart.

The Mentee Podcast
S5E10: Leveraging Relationships and Building Resilience with James Webb

The Mentee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 54:21


Investor, author, and advisor, James Harold Webb was already selling potholders and newspapers, and offering lawn mowing services at 8 years old. Many years later, James left his job as a radiology technologist to start his own business that he even got his former boss as the first to invest. He was able to grow his company so massively that he has left a mark in the medical imaging space. James attributes a huge part of his success to the relationships he has built throughout his career.  In today's discussion, James talks about the concept of allowing people in your company to have equity while still having control over it. James lays out the idea of giving financial independence to people within your company. It gives you the ability to create an organization where people are committed to helping you become successful because what they're getting is beyond their W-2 paycheck. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: The value of relationships Understanding employee equity James' definition of resilience The power of being decisive Overcoming self-doubt What contingency management looks like How James hires people Turning expenses into revenue streams Episode Highlights: [07:05] The Value of Relationships Relationships are the single biggest key to entrepreneurial success. Relationships will define your ultimate objective and success. It's not just relationships with your mentors, but also with your employees, your colleagues, and even your competitors. There's nothing wrong with being competitive but you can also do that as a leader and still maintain all internal and external relationships.  [19:22] Understanding Employee Equity The great thing about an LLC is you get control as a shareholder. James has set up a structure where he is the Class A shareholder and employees are able to get some equity – not equity fund, but equity. It means they get a stock certificate controlled by him. It's different from a profit share. As an equity holder, they get the money that James gets. And when the company loses money, they also get the tax write off that James gets. And the way James set things up after 43 years of learning is having a vesting period as a B shareholder and an exit strategy as a C shareholder.  [22:43] What Resilience Means There's a lot of people that get knocked down and get back up, and then they get knocked down again and get back up. But resilience is not just about getting knocked down and getting back up. It's about stopping, assessing, and finding another path.  [24:04] The Power of Being Decisive Many people worry about being qualified to do something. Obviously, you need some knowledge and direction. But if you wait until you're qualified, sometimes it's too late. And so, if there's something you want to do, then do it. You might get knocked down and you might have to get back up. But in that process, you're going to learn a lot more. So don't wait till you're qualified, just jump! [37:25] Turning Expenses into Revenue Streams One of the business hacks you can do as an entrepreneur is to turn your expenses into revenue streams. For instance, James started their own service company and instead of paying people to service their equipment, they're now servicing their own equipment as well as other people's equipment. And so, it became a revenue stream for them instead of an expense.  Resources Mentioned: http://www.jamesharoldwebb.com (www.jamesharoldwebb.com) 

On Being with Krista Tippett
Mario Livio — Mathematics, Mystery, and the Universe

On Being with Krista Tippett

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 50:39


The astrophysicist Mario Livio spent 24 years at the Space Telescope Science Institute working with the Hubble Telescope, which has revealed the reality and beauty of the Universe to scientists and citizens in whole new ways. The Hubble's successor, the James Webb Telescope, will become fully operational in 2022, and will further some of the questions about the early formation of the Universe and the origins of life to which Mario Livio has been devoted. Krista spoke with him in 2010, and this conversation has become an On Being Classic, imparting a thrilling sense of all we are learning about the cosmos in this generation in time, our terrible earthly woes notwithstanding. Also: how scientific advance always meets recurrent mystery, from the emergence of life in the Universe to the very heart of mathematics and the puzzle of dark matter and dark energy.Mario Livio is the author of seven books, including Galileo: And the Science Deniers, The Golden Ratio, and Is God a Mathematician? His current research centers on the emergence of life in the Universe.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.This show originally aired in May 2010.

On Being with Krista Tippett
[Unedited] Mario Livio with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 90:45


The astrophysicist Mario Livio spent 24 years at the Space Telescope Science Institute working with the Hubble Telescope, which has revealed the reality and beauty of the Universe to scientists and citizens in whole new ways. The Hubble's successor, the James Webb Telescope, will become fully operational in 2022, and will further some of the questions about the early formation of the Universe and the origins of life to which Mario Livio has been devoted. Krista spoke with him in 2010, and this conversation has become an On Being Classic, imparting a thrilling sense of all we are learning about the cosmos in this generation in time, our terrible earthly woes notwithstanding. Also: how scientific advance always meets recurrent mystery, from the emergence of life in the Universe to the very heart of mathematics and the puzzle of dark matter and dark energy.Mario Livio is the author of seven books, including Galileo: And the Science Deniers, The Golden Ratio, and Is God a Mathematician? His current research centers on the emergence of life in the Universe.This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Mario Livio — Mathematics, Mystery, and the Universe" Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org.