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it's hot here in moscow a this is the u.k. is reeling from several months of brutal chaos and violence on its streets as the u.k.'s if he ever uses true about all the support for him beats me while britain all six of the government will mend breaches of the social system blamed for instigating young rats. is rather proves the building of one thousand six hundred settlements in the occupied palestinian territories the move columns just weeks before palestinian authorities are expected to offer the united nations recognition
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of that states. as experts predict the decline of the us economy average americans fear society will shatter similar age rising concerns of forcing some to take radical measures to survive after just four hours. and ali's e-com settles ignore us in iraq to release an ethnic clashes are the cause of a soviet pulled up at local so they live in a constant climate of intimidation on their own lines. up next also used a chef in the it's a cool job a prominent russian astronomer who's convinced life forms on all the planets will be discovered within twenty.
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and then closes to think oh thank you very much for being with us today you have promised that i'm twenty years time you will have discovered life on other planets are we actually talking about alan still are merely some bacteria we're talking life forms of course not particularly warm such life coffee with a separate thread where there is life and civilization are a possibility. of life as a primary importance in what form. of the sun what i'm going to tell you is a paradox because the form will definitely be well known to us in my opinion and i believe experts generally agree on this life and intelligence should they exist elsewhere at all should be highly human like you see essentially the origins follow the same pattern just as it is with atoms molecules or macromolecules there are fundamental laws of physics that we can apply invariably. these tools have been thoroughly researched wasn't explained and all you need is the right environment that would enable a process like to start for example an atom of hydrogen that originates in
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a galaxy located millions of plastics away from us or that is hundreds of millions of light years away is absolutely identical to the hydrogen atom and the rituals in ourselves because fundamental laws are universal and it's the same with the fundamental laws that govern the origins of life including the fundamental laws of evolution these are universal so all living things going should have the same composition and living organisms should look like the ones we encounter. is it look at these life forms you're talking about develop into a civilization appears to work with primarily they can develop intelligence source but i think it is possible because apparently there is some regular life inevitably to better some teligent if only there's enough time. leads to civilization however this is a very long process mind you the earth formed four point five billion years ago four billion years ago and. already suitable for my form and interaction that is
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how long ago initial indications of life back to what evolution takes a lot of homo sapien as a originated two hundred thousand years ago but it was only forty thousand years ago the modern humans came around the culture bearing humans that you have never known among them so your look up by the way the genesis was a paradox to as they emerge from earth very quiet then immediately spread all over the vast area from the cape of good hope to china apparently there are some real was that we still don't know the reason there was nuclear well as a scientist would you guarantee one hundred percent that we will discover life with you yes and i will explain why you see there is this rational to be from the scientific outlook of the universe. or if there is at least one or similar occurrence in our villages and i can phenomenon some time scientists believe that the solar system is somewhat unique but nowadays we find that most stars how common
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so you know when furthermore the formation of the public sees an inevitable process that occurs when a giant molecular cloud performs into a star about a thousand products located around different stars have been discovered to estate over five hundred stars unknown to her planet so it will be one million planets are projected to be within the next ten years with more over some of the recently discovered planets not only resemble the earth by composition but also seem to have . an oxygen severally indicates the presence of life so planets are regular phenomena meanwhile the universe consists of about one hundred billion galaxies each of them with roughly a hundred appealable stars these are men there's a multitude of almost all stars might haue their planets we already discovered one thousand of them more than some of those planets being ten percent or even one of those might be suitable for the origin of if you not. the crazy theory of the earth
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runs out of its resources and they will definitely be depleted someday perhaps in a few billion years do you think there is a chance that humankind will be able to inhabit other planets would you if you were to see what you're talking about i'm not an expert on this although i do have a feeling that life is generally organized in such a way to have been any species exists for a certain limited period of time it is highly possible and humans are no exception with environmental conditions at least five times vs the two hundred fifty million years that we're able to trace back up to ninety percent of the living organisms becoming extinct with and a plea for relatively little change in conflict with there were something apart as us going tainio that it was caused by an asteroid or comet on the earth i'm more inclined to the earth and the solar system or even universe will be something of a chemistry or a giant for one and so. i'm certain a species may only design to exist for
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a limited period of time and that may also be the case with the full advantage of. this is the human travelling to other stars or to other planets on a massive scale in terms of our immediate prospects are the primary destination for human cargo as a short term movement or i might not live long enough to see this view definitely will as it will happen within the next twenty to twenty five years and we. will he not instincts will go to be a new unit and china are already complete opposite of a person a lunar observer treatment for you and hence the first column on the moon for later on some people might call for among us we're there with china sighting is a populated mars where millions of people getting the land seem naive or normal though the chinese are capable of a lot which you know any case i doubt more will be traveling. out somehow locating conscious life forms and other planets health rights. i don't know york over some time i see. the idea that we were alone in the universe and that we were unique and
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seemed like the desire to discover extraterrestrial life forms was essentially a desire to answer some of the questions that trouble has all the questions related to health knowledge and survival if we do indeed discover a civilization outside of earth a highly advanced civilization we making some technology this technology would be full of. look at how the world has changed over the past forty to forty years if the changes were radical the people who remember the first airplane was taking off on the first televisions are still alive and on the other hand we have the internet it has only been. now imagine meeting the civilization that is ahead of us by one hundred or two hundred years before the discoveries they must have made are not imagined this is especially relevant considering that technology is a who can be transmitted to was. before there was sort of signal there was really we're going to hear probably what's going to air we resign the search is what
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extraterrestrial civilizations is divided into three parts or we have seti search for extraterrestrial intelligence in the cattery communication. and we're connecting the message if an extraterrestrial intelligence is poor the best way to do it i think is by radio waves if it is the most powerful transmitter we have a thermal moreover within the test which the work was looking into this we are looking with a stick with the rest for those who have been using for passengers we have here on earth to send signals into outer space all day believe in aliens in what sense do i believe they have visited. all that and their existence. if there was intelligence and a civilization outside of it then we would call that civilization. but the term is used quite differently by the public would have to refer to phenomena supposedly observed here on earth or that i do not believe that one of the. i know for
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a fact that it wouldn't happen. with your kind of public and what your point it's interesting the u.s.s.r. was the only country in which they arrive first part of the general staff and issued an order to the various summits under the defense ministry to report any unidentified flying object they were called on identified atmosphere phenomena. the program was called for in the next it was divided into two parts the defense ministries net. traces of new types of weaponry. and looks for phenomena of previously. for more than twenty years. the territory even at. station outside the us is all that so important all those people in one of the skies for you were foes every single day a detective approximately one thousand usual phenomena only two of which may explain this taking care of the rest worry the manmade or natural fill of some of.
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it would not believe me if i told you about some of the things that we are able didn't know such things could happen airplanes abandoned by pilots flew on for days a missile was want to tell by passed a passenger jet off to meters we saw something of the salt later on in ukraine i believe it has been proven quite convincingly. never visited it makes sense to the way the public is thinking but i'm sure that if we were using horses to get around rather than plain they would think aliens were visiting us on horseback a certain phenomena or interpreted into a middle this way. and when the pair were recently spoke to jill tarter who works with seti i should tell those that the alien so indeed exist their civilization should be much older and more advanced than ours and she said ellen was not contacted. we have people in the back with extra terrestrials and not contacting us proves that they exist and they're smart revealed. but seriously we know there is
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no speed faster than the speed of light it takes light up from the star closest to earth for years to reach it would take centuries to devise a means of transportation of what would allow us to travel. we know for a fact now that the star closest to us is devoid of life in the next. twenty years away with it we take in what any other would think of a way to get back to your physical star travel is impossible that's my belief we would have to revise the whole science of physics there are. some they do happen but who are different. to what we used to this take everybody certain about their risk on the earth colliding with another asteroid office do you think this is a real threat. first of all i want to tell you that asteroids and comets played a very important role in the birth of life remember the solar system is essentially a little chemistry with comets and asteroids transfer all matter across the cloud
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of some suspected organic matter and they have often collided with the earth is dotted with asteroid created call them. some scientists believe that the disappearance of entire species of plants and animals has to do with asteroids. two hundred fifty million fifty million man twenty five billion years ago and now this asteroid is not anything out of the ordinary what's more you and i may have seen something of the sort happen twice we saw jupiter collide with last year with. the star because our defender if it were not with jupiter asteroids when he does the moon has a lot of asteroid imprints the comet recently flew into the sun so there are some examples we have this times the studies asteroids on collision. which is approximately ten percent of all the states that they do present a threat but back. apophis i think we do not have to worry about what it will come
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as close to earth as a geostationary satellite those are the moments of i will be my it will be the brightest star trek to the sky then and thirty two it will return but it will not participate like it is quite a large just about not point five kilometers in diameter so there is a chance it is like an upper limit yet is if it hits the so-called or gate a little the earth has to move these people was a major obviously tional failure each one approximately the size of the asteroid but i do not think the up to this will hit one hundred years we will be able to affect it just get through one outer what we wish and what as i said thank you for this interview. thank you. wealthy british style it's not on the.
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market why not. find out what's really happening to the global economy with much stronger or no holds barred look at the global financial headlines cars report. the u.k. is reeling from several nights of brutal pales in violence on its trees as the pm refuses to rule out support for police meanwhile britain all says the government will mend breaches in the social system blamed for instigating and beyond arrests. israel agrees the building of one thousand six hundred settlements in the occupied palestinian territories the move comes just weeks before palestinian authorities are expected to cost united nations the recognition of their states. as experts predict that the decline of the u.s. economy average americans feel society will share
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a similar fate the rising concerns of forcing song to take radical measures to survive a future for alex. and an army saddles in northern cos of the recent ethnic clashes are the cause for those serbia border local side saving lives and a constant climate of intimidation on their own land. up next you can see it when they see this from the other schools for us to see what it was one was a good night was on the field. on wednesday certainly was always the footballers the spot ching sure be on the basketball is doing likewise with the question is can they do it well actually modest because it was friendlies always i have to stress we're going to have a look of more just a sec. great
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to have you with us if this is sports today i mean only thank you head over the next ten minutes including all this confidence boost russia's one girlfriend you win over serbia on whedon's that means ticket side will enter september's crucial euro qualifying period and victorious for its. nothing but natural rushes basketball team make light work of lithuania in a warm up clash ahead of euro basket twenty eleven. teatime the final major of the goal thing season gets going later today we preview the big money's on to the p.g.a. championship. it's been a topsy turvy year so far for the russian national football team but take out the celts men cannot boast two wins from their past three games following a victory over serbia on wednesday a timely results ahead of two vital euro two thousand and twelve qualifiers next month or russia or so well on calls to qualify for the two thousand and twelve
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european championship finals in poland and ukraine pulis said and you can become sides recalled in friendly matches but. the russians have put in some very subpar performances which had seen them lose to a rum and only draw with khatam seems almost a year on from the last picture in a friendly against bank area russia finally looking to win again especially those euro qualifiers against macedonia and republic of ireland coming up in early september. but can't pick a strong side though he would lose strikers alexander cares or call them to a show in with only half an hour go on his recall of having to go for the leg injury shot in receive the cup to his head. chances were the premium in the first half of serbia's of a gun rights of each should have done better with this free header five minutes before half time russia would open the scoring seven minutes after the break problem public changes speculative drive from distance was fumbled boy boy on your
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cheer each. was on hand to score his first goal for the national team in almost a year moments later out of his his control level but he got in fair did well to deny its forces come also team made me last class which. he'll be zero again of should have doubled the home side's lead midway through the half hour of everton infielder straight to the goalkeeper that was one sour notes you should call for who is playing a spurs match in russia since joining on jima hutch cullen was booed froogle manch much to a fury of head coach dick up accounts however the guardsman was much happier about how his team played. against and you were conducting because the majority of the. clubs. who. practice. with his opposite number but you know people of each positives for his side to take from their performance of the server leaves the russians once at the top of
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a game with. russia were not as impressive as the county i thought russia can play in much better than me because i was doing to the we played well this win against the serbs will be a welcome confidence boost for russians it will count a little it perfectly outside fail to get all six points from september's qualifiers at home to macedonia and republic of ireland richard i'm told me county moscow. russia's squad of undergone their final warm up game ahead of the european championships in lithuania david plotz men taking on the tournaments in moscow notching up a result that bodes well ahead of the august thirty first tournament start. for the first time the european championship will be played with twenty four teams and the n.b.a. lockout offers an opportunity to watch the best you are going players take to the hardwood for the title in their only friendly match and home so before the games
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russian face tournament host new three any of the house side produce an electric start securing a lead they would never link wish much to the delight of the home crowd forty nine thirty six the score at the big break but that wasn't enough of a fool of pick him karina and the stars to my famous go under a kid in ankara and teammates kept attacking conjuring up silly passing moves and so the defending on the seven ends it seems russia will once again be more into the favorites in lutherie any as they aim to regain the crown they claimed in two thousand and seven ninety one seven to sixty four and all scored a repeat showdown likely on the cards sooner rather than later in the play offs of euro busken will to win eleven you know obviously this team is a little different the last few years because we have that quality factor of caroline go on a more mature goal the most important thing though is that other guys that have played in the last few competitions are now showing their maturity and their level
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which is appropriate for playing teams like lithuania. i really like the way we play it's night especially in defense we're working hard to improve it and on to as a result we play in what aggressively and put a lot more pressure on the opponent i think it will become a trademark during the euro basket. with only the finalists automatically looking their sport for next year's london olympics expect an all action to one and to t four on august thirty first because they about out of thirty. let's talk tennis and maria sharapova safely through to the third round of the rogers cup and canada this year's beating wimbledon finalist on the fifth save in toronto. posting a win over serving in the yellow ski truck did have some problems with her serve in the second set recording five total falls but that did not stop her from marking time in a six one seven five three. a shocker when the men's rogers cup meanwhile in montreal
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with for a feeling that our losing in his first appearance since the wimbledon final the world number two having few problems in the opening set against building taking at six one but the spaniard then lost two consecutive tiebreaker going on one six seven six seven six elsewhere roger federer on the ninth and beat nadal up with a new bike talk which they both made. plenty of worthy contenders including a returning tiger woods lining up to go for glory of golf's p.g.a. championship this year event of course he previews the ninety third edition of the major ahead of thursday's start. the p.g.a. championship is nearing a century of golf in excellence with its ninety third edition but only one of over one hundred fifty players will get to live the final major trophy of the year luke donald knows that a world number one ranking isn't enough to silence the critics the englishman well aware of the fact that nothing short of a first ever major would bring him in line with the other greats of his era
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a predicament he shares with compared treated in world number two the westwood you know majors are in this day and age made out to be you know the biggest deal you know. put a lot of pressure on the guys who have won them like myself and lee and you know adam and whoever that might be there's this pressure to win them and sometimes you can go to these events and just try to hard and scott is the man of the moment coming off a winner of the w g c bridgestone invitational with a new star sidekick on his bag kerry steve williams recently fired by tiger woods has been taking shots at his former employer after scott's four shot when it firestone. the australian himself is well aware of the buy that tiger and others in the field possess the competition is strong at the moment luke donald played amazingly west was playing amazing and now we have tiger you know healthy again so this is going to be interesting for everyone to watch because we're also interested
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in what he does and how he plays such a big factor on the game in northern ireland has been able to both an increasing number of major championship winners in recent weeks rory mcilroy is overall favorite in atlanta after winning the two thousand and eleven u.s. open graeme mcdowell also participating having won the same major the year before and yet another northern irishman bearing clark holds the british open title his celebrates henri rounds after the win gaining almost as much publicity as his outing on the greens but now the forty two year old focusing on the details of his game in a new environment and then of course there from the shots are different what's required is totally different. you know if you're going to go to the reins and we're all striking on one level we're controlled by inconsistent has been defending champion martin kyra's middle name of late after winning four tournaments in two thousand and ten the german taking last year's title when the event was held
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at the whistling straits course and the world number three knows that holding on to the crown will be a challenge at the atlanta athletic club we're playing a different golf course if we play the same of course and of course. i would see myself. so i would expect to try to do well again this week it was his new golf course i haven't played here any turning on yet. and i think it doesn't really matter if you're defending champion or not plenty at stake for each of the leading lights then the final major of the year including tiger woods who can't be ruled out as he seeks the fifty g.a.a. championship evander gorski arche. yeah the head there well finally twenty eleven tour de france winner could tell evans has received a raucous welcome after returning home the first of trillions to ever win cycling's most prestigious at bent's touching down at melbourne airport the thirty four year old claiming the tour is yellow jersey after a hectic july but locals will get to watch evans nostri up close when he cycles
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a stretch of a melbourne road on friday the u.c.i. protein writer will then oppress the crowd in the center of the city. when you run the tour de france you really concentrated on each day in a trice and so on so you don't sometimes if you get this twenty million people cheering you on and so on and so much going on in the moment but some. people so many people calling me in july the me and sending me messages and then when the newspapers started arriving at home obviously then it's like this is really. since being so appreciated by everyone which is fair it's an honor and a pleasure. and i want to summer it's turning out to be for about not a lot is all the sport the weather is coming up next and alice is here with all the news at the top of the our.
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