19 Burst results for "Alien Technology"
"alien technology" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On on mixed use on trans humanism and as he thought it was based on like alien technology was you make that I'll neck yeah I I mean I don't know that it's based on on extraterrestrial technology but of course people on experimenting with it and I think we've discussed previously a ministry of defense study called global strategic trend where at in in the public domain there is some discussion of human ornamentation that might take place over the next thirty years or so that would transform us as a species and again it's about a coming together all humans and machines and and yeah so global strategic trends the some interesting material in there the the people who want to have a look what do you think of the Kenneth Arnold citing that really kicked all of this into the modern version it certainly I suppose one all the handful of iconic incident and the the most significant of course for for really giving us the term flying saucer and and it is though as I say people have always seemed strange things in the sky is it really brought into focus this as I'm Morton mystery so it is almost literally a ground zero of of the UFO phenomenon certainly in the molten world lost to signers on we go west of the Rockies James is with us now James welcome all right I have a couple questions first of all are either of you familiar with the phone in Robert dean who was said to have some photographic evidence I guess he was in the US military for awhile yes I met ball team on the line yeah yes okay I think he's the real deal James well I am a personal question now I heard you say you moved from England to Tucson and I want your reaction to these wireless sensors are just happened I mean when you walk down the streets of Tucson you keep looking over your shoulder watching out for one of these crazy gun Americans are how do you think about it I mean do you feel threatened everywhere you go and whether the other people back in your home country think about this when they hear about it now listen up here okay roll over these tragedies that desperately sad them too and I'm I'm certainly I I'm not in their young people to neck that's what that's what makes it even on Saturday I thank yeah I I mean I I think unfortunately we see it all around the world and and if it's not with guns it's people spraying gasoline around and and lighting lighting burning a building as we soar in Japan and if it's it's not gasoline and I'm gonna spend it it's not a missile or Maurice on unfortunately people crazy people angry people will always find a way to do this whether you know whether it's nine Johns file Laurie is small that trunks he'd whatever whatever it is it's it's desperately sad but knows personally I I just get on with my life I live my life I I love living here in the United States it's a great country and and tragedy can and unsightly does strike everywhere it sure does you know what do you think an extraterrestrial thinks of this planet I I would think they would throw up their hands will tentacles or whatever appendages in in in the horror and you know maybe it's it's back to the arguments about maybe we need to show that we would see to take our place on a white again Mike picked stage before we do get a good contact yeah hi IRA evolution doesn't necessarily mean that they're nicer people it just means more efficient effective ways of killing people maybe that's true next thank you again Nick pope with us is website Nick pope dot net linked up it coast to coast AM dot com we've been talking about his latest work which is a DVD called indistinguishable from magic and we will be back with more as we talk about things that really will affect you here's our last emerging artists until September the artist wanted noise from and so the this California the song is called clinch.
Spider-Man: Homecoming | Marvel Month
"Shawn fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big picture a conversation show at least for the time being about the marvel cinematic universe. I am joined today by your friendly neighborhood, film critic and ringer contributor, Adam name and Adam Hello, how are you? Hey, how're you doing Adam? You are friendly and neighborly because we are here to talk about a movie called Spiderman colon homecoming. This is a latter stages. MC you entrant and unlikely one largely because for the longest time Spiderman was just not a part of the new and when this movie happened. It was a surprise to many in the fact that he was integrated so effectively into this universe. Makes it kind of a fun movie to talk about because it fits into the big picture and a lot of the things we've been discussing throughout this marvel month, but it's also just a hell of a fund standalone movie when I reached out to you a couple of weeks ago about participating in this project. This is the movie you chose. And I thought that was so interesting, and you never told me why. So why do you want to talk about homecoming? I thought it'd be just really good and confusing to talk about homecoming in the shed. Oh of the other pop cultural product called homecoming true came out this week. I thought that'd be really fun. I thought we were talking about beyond say, no this is perfect for SEO. This is great. No. I mean, I I like talking about this film because I think it's a strong one. I wrote about it for the ringer when it came out and thought that everything you said about it sort of returning Spiderman to the intellectual property fold with something that it kind of allies itself in a very clever way, the whole movie is sort of almost about like Spiderman trying out for the marvel cinematic universe and trying out for the adventures and trying out for the audience, and it it has that self reflexive quality at it's not obnoxious. Like most of the time. It's quite clever. I sort of thought there was something about it. I mean, all the marvel movies even tell me what you think of this there. They have to have all these surface differences and all these surface, peculiarities nudity secrecy, but underneath they have to lock together like a puzzle or voltron like you can't really make one different. And so this one. Kind of has the friendly neighborhood surface on the outsider surface in the underdog surface. And I found that all like, very charming and pleasant, and then the fact that it really is just a piece of product that locks together to the rest of them in this case didn't bug me. The way that it may be bugs me with some of the other ones. Yeah. Even just revisiting it this week. I found myself surprised that should Tari alien technology was a significant part of this movie. Which is of course, if int- part of this MC, you and everything that we've been talking about because the first time I saw it. I felt like I could have been any old alien technology could have been from an Amblin movie in nineteen eighty seven. You know what I mean? Yeah. And you know, you don't really actually need Robert Downey junior there. There's pleasure in having Tony stark there, and Jon Favreau, kind of babysitting him, and, you know, the the the parallels that has the first ironman movie because it becomes a very different kind of origin story. Like thank God. It's not a Spiderman origin like he's bit by spider. And there's and there's all that stuff. But it. About him like becoming an official superhero. Right. And there's all kinds of scenes that parallel the way that same story is told in ironman right up to the ending being kind of a parody of iron man announcing himself to the world, whereas, you know, here Peter chooses not to you don't need all that stuff. But and then the Qatari technology. You're right. It could be anything. But I like movie that simultaneously stands alone. And has these bits of connected to the larger story, and I find the way it connects larger story in some ways really witty like the cell phone footage of the big civil war fight. Yes. That's really funny. It's clever. I
What's Really Happening on Plum Island?
"For years, plenty of wild. Rumors infringed theories have swirled around an island the size of New York's central park that rests a mile and a half about two and a half kilometers off of Long Island, Plum island is home to a high security federal research facility that internet fueled urban legends made into the east coast equivalent of area fifty one some have speculated that animal human hybrids and biological warfare. Weapons are being developed inside the Plum island animal disease center, opened by the US department of agriculture in the nineteen fifties. And under the control of the US department of homeland security since two thousand and three. John Barikot a spokesman for homeland security science and technology directorate said I've had questions about Nazi scientists alien technology in genetically modified monsters, but inside these security fences end Biocontainment area checkpoints described in the unredacted parts of a two thousand seven government report government, researchers work to stave off more tangible threats for an animal diseases such as foot and mouth disease and African swine fever which have the potential to recap acc- with the US food supply if they ever spread across the nation's farms in the US, which hasn't had an outbreak of foot and mouth disease since nineteen twenty nine. An outbreak of the highly contagious affliction could cause billions and billions of dollars in economic losses. Erica says because infected farm animals would have to be culled from the herds and destroyed meat exports would come to a halt until the disease was radically did and consumers might face shortages of meat and dairy products. Farmers who produce animal feed would be harmed as well. A two thousand one outbreak in the UK. Cost the nation. The equivalent of more than ten billion dollars. That longstanding danger led congress to authorize the department of agriculture to create a laboratory to fight animal. Diseases back in the nineteen fifties with one major condition the facility had to be located on an island to reduce the danger of pathogens or infected animals escaping and spreading to farms Plum island, the site of the US army's fort Terry from eighteen seventy nine to nineteen forty-eight fit that criteria. Nineteen seventy-one New York Times article described the facility as devil's island for the deadliest animal disease germs known to man and describes the elaborate security measures those included round the clock patrols along the island's perimeter intended to warn away boaters who might be attracted by the pristine beaches buildings with air locks to keep bacteria and viruses from escaping and holding tanks to sterilize the wastewater from mandatory showers taken by staffers before leaving at the end of the work day. In part because of the risk of a terrorist attack on the facility in two thousand three it was transferred to the department of homeland security, although agriculture researchers continue to work there with additional measures such as door sensors and alarms, and it's not for nothing an Al Qaeda operative who was arrested in two thousand eight in Afghanistan had a handwritten list of various potential targets in the US that included Plum island. Despite all the security measures, the Plum island facility doesn't work in secrecy Vercoe said we actually don't do any classified work at all. Our scientists published reports on everything we do. Plum island houses, the only foot and mouth disease vaccine Bank in North America, which maintains and regularly updates. If Ryan evac scenes that have been developed to combat the more than sixty different strains of the disease. Those vaccines could be deployed in the event of the disease began to spread in the US, Canada or Mexico. Additionally, if an animal becomes sick and develops suspicious, lesions or other possible signs of the disease tissue. Samples can be sent to Plum island for analysis in veterinarians come to Plum island for training, a work at the facility was instrumental in the conquest of rinderpest a deadly cattle disease that is one of the only two diseases smallpox being the other that have been totally radical. Although the Plum island facility, and it's four hundred person workforce have been an important part of the nation's defenses against animal diseases for decades. It's scheduled to shut down by proximity. Twenty twenty three it gradually will be replaced by the national bio and agro defense facility at one point two five billion dollar project under construction in Manhattan, Kansas that facility will be larger than Plum island and be able to conduct more studies simultaneously. It will also have added layers of security to enable it to function as a level four laboratory. Meaning that will be able to study animal diseases that have the potential to be transmitted to humans. It will be the first large animal facility capable of such research advances in security measures will make it unnecessary for it to be located offshore. What will happen to Plum island after the animal disease center shuts down isn't yet clear. The US General Services Administration already has advertised the island in its buildings for sale in keeping with provisions tucked into the two thousand nine economic stimulus package that requires it to be auctioned off to defray the construction cost of the Kansas City, and or homeland security's new headquarters complex, but
"alien technology" Discussed on Double Toasted
"They found that narrator walking out the door. Yeah, yeah. Record. Script? Yeah, somewhere. But this movie lays a blast. It was almost the same premise kid finds a gun as lip behind by alien technology. And when he gets it, they have to track him down. But he's also being pursued by something else and biggest differences that make this movie that the gun makes evil in the aliens come down and pretty much just kill his damn. All the say. They come down, take the gun away from him. They do that to lead his day bite on the ground. See the whole moves. We ain't got to be fucking around with you. Give me my shit bag. What he was calling to try to put this down. Laser blast came at the born, everyone. Got the status. It's it's amazingly bad. They say that the best thing in the movie, the best thing in the movie, all those stop motion aliens that you see right reason, things about be like, well, they will, oh, damn. Produce. That's cool too because we didn't handle mind and make that. Those are the most expensive things in a move, those kind of leftovers. Some. Yeah, laser blast watching even, say, watch before you watch this because this this movie is. While having a cool concept. I liked the idea early. I liked the idea of making mostly family drama. I like that too. That seems to be where most of the most of its chips were pay. Just wrap it up here, like making a family drama with a little touch of crown thrown in there, but also what a slight hint of a sapphire film. I like that, but it's so poorly written is movie here that doesn't know how to mesh those things together specialist SAFA element in the family drama part, and it just in the road trip are and it just feels clunky, man, another movie. And plus, like I said, it's another move says, we'll be back when you didn't give you give us anything in the first place. I didn't like any of these characters, man. I thought that they were. I thought that they were dumb. I was annoyed by them and can't say was bored, but I did look at this and I said, okay, everything has happening is just every new element has introduced is just continues to go downhill. This is some bullshit to me. I didn't not mad at it, but like, man, you know, you could've done a whole lot better..
"alien technology" Discussed on TechStuff
"Finished testing that's when they were unveiled there there was one that that i think had a run from eighty three to eighty five something like that and it wasn't it wasn't acknowledged by the government until ninety six which was the first time anyone outside of that era that program had seen it and i think that was maybe tacit blue but it was one of those that just when you saw the aircraft you thought wow what a weird looking thing i can't believe that this remained secret granted they only built two of them and they were under strict rap over at area fifty one never got further out from from that area like even the tests would be done at night so it limited when the potential of even being slotted but they were the genuine articles of conspiracy were indeed spotted in the sky and that brings us to as we were saying the the biggest part of the area fifty talking photos who foes yeah and we're officially unidentified flying objects ufo's more often than not they are attributed to being alien as extraterrestrial in major area fifty one features heavily and tons of different alien stories both both the kind that we see on the big screen like independence day the famous sequence where they go down to area fifty one where they have non just aliens but they're their hardware that has been studied for years and you know it's revealed that a lot of technology we depend upon today has been reverse engineered from this alien technology still can't build a decent spaceship though no no we can't build a decent spaceship however we have figured out that you can introduce the computer viruses long as you have an apple mac book laptop which to this day to this day my friend that's still that's still bothered me yeah yes spoiler alert again guys but but yes so so people people started seeing you.
"alien technology" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"I mean i didn't get fluid so it's probably it's possible just ask her is placed on tele right very loosely based 'cause he has stat that's digitally altered the bus to make it more like donna tell us face so superman knowing that there's a monster man out there who's trying to stop destroy the world goes to his family far but just kind of touches corn stocks for a while at lowest convinced him that the world needs him he celt lois what was it like being dead and he says it was weird and confusing does he have a memory of being dead like this point it's also it's like okay steppenwolf aside clark kent can tell us what lies beyond the veil like where do we go die this is such a much bigger issue than whether we can get these mother boxes apart steppenwolf he puts the boxes together makes the unity further destroys the area rancher noble which i felt like was really rubbing it in insult to injury you know oppa man has a little speech about us feelings because it turns out he's holding wonder woman's lasso for some reason the heroes go to russia batman goes off his bat plane to knock out the shield dome because of course in this movie there's two scene where someone has to fly a plane to stop shield or something the characters he he kind of knows he's like i know that the shield dove is being created by those things over there even though this is like alien technology we've never seen before that man uses what like is it a sound or a fear spray or something to lower the pera demons away from the shield creating an opening for the heroes to go in and stop step able to the heroes do that no they jump at fight paradigm demons to help out that man and it's like i wish band was going like strategy guys strategy like i did this for a reason go.
"alien technology" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Forth or they moved cited side um that's the question well when we start dealing with alien technology and operating off the assumption that ufos are extraterrestrial connected and and so on anything is possible i'll i'll i'll say that i am a nuts and bolts document kinda guy so i come from the standpoint bad if i don't get it officially from the government i'm going to question it uh it when it comes to alien technology i'm fascinated by that i've got to produce a lotta television where we've uh doug speculation uh one of which was uh if aliens how they evil intention or an aggressive intention towards the people of earth uh why would they come here and how would they destroy the planet i just did that chauffeur history channel about a year and a half ago and so i love speculation like that but on an official level i'm gonna say no but that's just a personal opinion i i you know there's that this was a whole different showing itself yeah i i believe that intelligent life is out there i believe that there is a huge possibility it could be here i think one of the biggest questions for me if they could get here is what they even care to come here and again that's it that's a different showing itself but i think that you know these defensive mechanisms of shielding their identities uh towards the people of earth so they can fly in our skies or whatever it might be i just don't think that it matters to them you know i mean we're not going to mars with the intention to hide our existence were plotting these rovers down wherever we can and it doesn't matter you know and i think that the same would be true to intelligent life out there and then again there's a bigger question of what they even care to be here and speak with us or announce their existence they may just see us planets inhabited let's move on and that's it and and not care to pact us so you know not to repeat myself with.
"alien technology" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Bacteria really yeah i tapped out after et now relative to the was eighty two now is it for the aliens and like emu zd believable i mean do they really come down again come on and so now you know they made et lovable that's why it and think it was believable i think their malicious little bastards i want to kill us how about that stop it just like an independent state idiots on top of the building saying malcolm aliens in bottom opens up annette green stuff just blows everybody see that's it y you illusion me there because it's just that's not believable it is believable way and you know i just think that if we had some kind of contact with him that'd be kinda cool imagine if they like took us places took his like to their land that'd be sweet once you electrical visit why don't they spacetraveller was a boring to me but you know how fast they're shipped food is a matter nothing's like right around the corner it's not with liquids with this i know that i didn't like flying from boston the vegas took too long magic omega in a spaceship yeah but if you're going to light speed what about our astronauts a call up there and it takes a long time just go round the evidence because the human technology is worse than the alien technology that says silly that's not not not all alien technology how do you think they got here before we got to them i took him some time not really a you don't bell but obviously you know it took him within because i've read up on this stuff you told me to believe in any of this i still read up on your didn't i know but it just seems like their life term against something out been acting like you read it somewhere i do it all the time is true because what i know what they do is their life is similar hours were their average age is like a little like a little longer like 110 ish in a so all they do is they had this really young life in there were able to travel through the entire galaxy really quickly because are light speed as i've ever heard and but away seventy one eight three one says a war of the world thank you yeah it.
"alien technology" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"Oh i really i think that's all the further we need to take it because it's ever so i mean i would that that family guy skit which we've talked about before i don't think this is it now it's part of the problem is is that you got we're talking like i mean the temperatures right at ground zero in a nuclear blast your will like 5 million gross outrages up the ludicrous like that so this a bill way further out and there will be all kinds of vitrified stuff in a circle you know alone which radius and created it'd be a creator of the critical overgrown there would have to be other vitrified defied like maybe a cliff for a rock face at it out of its similarly melted yeah you know in the area find all kinds of stuff like that i mean they would be but you don't you left out my ranking only did what say what she's according to ancient astronaut theory on ancient alien technology could have been employed here is such a thing you into a possible isn't afternoon eta's no not necessarily a battle was of agreeing aliens and and they got like laser something like that so this is scotsman verses alien there is such a thing even possible sure yes it is is it ear refutable no is it possible yes actually it is likely i think it easier refutable can you come up with like a good way to refute that drunk yes are you junk no dang it let's problem.
"alien technology" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Yeah you know it's though and i liked the way the pool nobody i mean y'all could be arkhan spin an extra little bit of mine with this brother goal was like full saw book he was wearing net their hoodie well here i was concerned home who has not good no you took it all phony walked around like the full work that we see right here but it's a i i you know i like they care to more than i thought a lot of people talk about how bad he looks book after wa now because he's he's always transforming explained in the movie like he's saying he's like look mini it's just that i'm i'm meet at a metal you know i number i hate it but also a alien technology can go to my here all the time i don't know what the hell they say it is like i'm a crazy person with bush is in my he doesn't know if he's a ticking time bomb or now yeah yeah there is a point where he got your by trouble 'cause he can control ones how do you feel about i'm i'm kind of split on him because i he is sympathetic for sure when he's ready to introduce each clearly been through quite a lot but there's a part of me it there is a appointed just like all right lighten the fuck up every time it cuts back to him he would bring the movie down and he was just kind of moby there's there's a being sympathetic and being someone who's been through a lot but he felt pretty one note to me for a lot of it but i am gertz lotta people got got prosthetics stop cry did overrated i wanna hear va.
"alien technology" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"The night sky but then again is your word again somebody else's word scientists want proof so i tell people they claim to have been abducted by flying saucers in outer space that the next time you're abducted steel something i don't care what it is as a paper away an alien paper clip an alien ship anything so that is just not your word again somebody else's word and so we have to realise it yes there could be aliens civilizations that have reached the planet earth you certainly cannot rule that out but you need hard evidence now some people say well what about ancient aliens well yes if you take a look at incheon drawings done hundreds thousands of years ago you see native civilizations with strange headdresses writing strange chariots in the sky and some people think that these headdresses are actually spacesuits and these chariots are actually like space shuttles rocketing around the earth's atmosphere and therefore this proof that we've been visited by aliens from outer space well yes and no it certainly possible that the headdresses and the wardrobes and the chariots that are engraved in stone are evidence of alien visitation you can't rule it out but on the other hand it's not conclusive and that's the thing if you want to settle the debate right now rather endlessly debating about whether or not that flying saucer was reeler that was real if you want to end the debate right now you have to produce alien technology an alien chip alien metals haley a dna i don't care what it is but something that goes beyond simply say that would settle the question here and now not personally i think that yes i think it's inevitable that we're going to find evidence of civilizations in outer space we've had members of the city project on the airwaves talking about the fact that.
"alien technology" Discussed on DLC
"You start that first episode as this kid it's very much gundes right you're in the 80s your sister's disappeared you gotta go finder you're finding cassettes like old cassette tapes and you put him in your walkman and you listen to these recorded clues that your sister left for you and it's very much like you're you know going out there is a campsite at the very beginning of the game you're finding stuff but by the end you go to a very new place and so the second episode starts in this very new place very alien place and the game totally goes there and the entire second episode is plan is played in a new world with new all new interactions and the conceptual realization of this alien technology is so clever so interesting and so fresh like i've never seen this vision of technology before everything is like this wonderful clockwork world there's one place called the tower of cogs that you go into that just all like it's so fund man being in vr in seeing like all the stuff gears clinking together and stuff working in all everything moving around you it's off some awesome and the puzzles in this one which is basically what this game is it's almost like missed right it's a big puzzle adventure game the puzzles in this one r really really cool you you do what is basically a glorified version of the game concentration we have to match shapes but you're timed that's really funds physical you're moving stuff with your hands you play a like a simon says type thera men in vr which is amazing there is a central element that i've never seen anybody do in vr before.
"alien technology" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Military been lying to us all these years now however if you have been abducted by flying saucer from outer space i advise you one piece of advice steel something i don't care what it is a paper clip a chip steel something so afterwards you have something tangible to say to the press so often we get emails from people saying that yes they have been abducted by aliens from outer space ace hideous experiments for performed on them and they want to tell the world but you see there's no evidence one way or the other we could settled the whole thing right now if you have alien dna if you have an alien ship and if he of paper clip i don't care what it is alien technology with alia in medals that would end the thing right there otherwise were left with here say okay let's move right on to the next listener phone call me i'm calling from manasota in our guest wondering how would you break down and on in a what adam and i ate your show with great guy have a wonderful eight okay great well the word adam is greek four cannot be cut a means cannot or no light atheists' means you do not believe in god for example eight means you cannot and tom means cut so at tom means you cannot cut it in other words is the smallest unit of matter said the greeks the how did the argue that the argued that by looking at a gold ring if you look at a gold ring over the years over the decades it begins to wear down it gets smaller the older it is but on any given day you cannot see any the other gold being released by the rings therefore has said democrates they are invisible things called atoms beyond which we cannot cut that make up every thing that's.
"alien technology" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"These individuals you know they meet they have the infamous bilderberg meetings at the real thing where they get together and they discussed the kind of world that they want to uh to shape and these people aren't elected they're very very small group of people to make their decision there are other similar organisations as well but there you want to talk about the council on foreign relations trilateral and so forth they are real they exist and now it's at a small little club and these people do make decisions so relating to the ufo matter uh we can ask ourselves are are these the people who managed the ufo secret in and i don't i have the answer to that explicitly i don't know anyone who really has that answer but um we can glean a few things uh the general scenario that i see is essentially where there have been crash retrievals and military encounters with these objects i think that part is very very easy to argue uh that has created a system of a very complete secrecy and and the need to control this powerful secret people can just ask what why doesn't the president tell the world that you associate well why would they want to keep the secret but if you go back to the 1940s him put yourself and the division of a guy like harry true man who was president back then and you know just pretend you're hamon your top generals have now told you this is real we've recovered alien technology and indeed body would you tell the world at the heavy thing to lay down in particular when you don't have all the answers and you've got now technology that's exotic and maybe you don't wanna share that with the russians or other people he might it keep it to yourself and study that would create a very powerful secret end and it's a fair question to ask how would that secret ever be on done it creates a black budget agent secrets ending um probably illegal criminal financing of that black budget um you you document the the dollar meld saw the.
"alien technology" Discussed on Bad Voltage
"You'd get off the msx did now but i i mean all i knew about the the american market was in the back of or magazines thinks there be you'd have tips for games and stuff like that as say this guy money on the thandi color computer because now i sa who other other notable that is none of my mates have heard of this thing i've ever ago it's a thing that happens in america who america life iit's why ice cream right you cannot stash yo flavored ice cream in american not just chocolate for their lowest ropy which is all the uk eat it you're always going to be exotic things in america people about people talk about fake news but when i was a kid i'm sure is a save ustr when i was a kid the amount of fake news the relate to american technology was ridiculous like i was when i was when i was a cop primary school rumer was going around the playground there's this thing called the terror drive which was a um which later discovered was a mega drive built into a pc and then later on and can actually say and amstrad proud the mega thec layer of right but this was a thing in japan and this kid came or twos like i have a good authority or something along those lines that this is built from alien technology and the that you'd belief if someone said this this thing harried built my in technology where he body on the odds with oxford you below now obviously not right but if he's a his people in nevada all san francisco who who jovo will auerbach so what did you grow up with germany.
"alien technology" Discussed on Fresh Air
"There have been three big screen incarnations of the marvel superhero spidermanthe part has been played by tobeymaguireandrewgarfield and most recently by the teenage tomholland who had a small part in last year's captainamerica'scivilwar nowhollein has his own feature spiderman homecoming which also stars michaelkeaton and as i remain robertdowneyjuniorfilm critic davidelstein has this review the hero of spiderman homecoming is a teenager whose remarkably free of trendy superhero angst unlike his marvelcomics colleagues or the ones over it dccomicstomholland'speterparker aka spiderman dozen brood over collateral damage to civilians threats to civil liberties or the ethical and psychological perils of being a vigilante although he aspires to join the big league collective via ventures peter mostly just loves pudding on his goofy costume shooting website of his hands and swinging from buildings foiling robberies the homecoming of the movies title refers to a high school dance but it also suggests a trip back to a simpler era this is the breezy est most convivial marvel movie and ages which doesn't necessarily mean there was a burning need for it or even that it's as good as the best of the series samraimi's 2004 spiderman to what it suggests is that marvel executives have a talent for changing gears to keep the company's legions of fans from getting tired of one particular approach or tone inspiderman homecoming the fate of the planet isn't at stake the villain michaelkeaton s adrian tombs does his dirty work with alien technology scavenged from the rubble of an intrical lactic war but he's basically a bank robber with a chip on his shoulder working out of a chopchop.
"alien technology" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"You could make an argument that the efforts position is credible well they were able to rebut every single statement made by the shoe believers our the chew believers don't believe any of it because the f 'whereas and the military has been lying to us all these years now however if you have been abducted by a flying saucer from outer space i advise you want peace advice steel something i don't care what it is a paper clip a chip steel something so afterwards you have something tangible to say to the press so often we get emails from people saying that yes they've been abducted by aliens from outer space face hideous experiments were performed on them and they want to tell the world but you see there's no evidence one way or the other we could settled the whole thing right now if you have alien dna if you have an alien ship and paper clip i don't care what it is alien technology with alia medals that would end the thing right there otherwise were left with here say okay let's move right on to the next listener phone call my name you i'm calling from manasota in our yes warned how would you great on nearon in a wedding adam and your show with great guy have a wonderful pay okay great well the word adam is greek four cannot be cut a means cannot or no like eight the yes need you do not believe in god for example eight means you cannot and tom means cut so at tom means you cannot cut it in other words is the smallest unit of matter said the greeks the heart of the argue that the argued that by looking at a gold ring if you look at a gold ring over the years over the decades it begins to wear down it gets smaller the older it is but on any given day you cannot see any other gold being released by the ring therefore said democrates they are invisible things called adams beyond which we cannot cut that make up every thing.
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"At his where you can see all the dead in as you can see all the mistakes snell the tears are frustrations he had before he finally struck gold and invent the lazar same thing with the transistors the transition which make the computer possible which in turn is the backbone of this technological revolution was created by three physicists and the spring this is where dead bell labs so to charlie towns and again you can see the history of the frustration is the dead in the tiers that had to be shed before they made their fundamental breakthrough creating the transistors the point i'm raising is finisher physicist you know all the steps you can complete but thoughts you know all the missing steps where painfully we began to create the computer with began to create the internet the gps this stuff so other words well you know need indians i'm not a space we don't have to reverse alien technology is home grown scientists that didn't but unfortunately we scientists don't have access to the media movie stars do we don't so well we announce a we've created something called the computer it shocks people the computer most been invented by aliens know it was invented over a period of time by scientists worry king painfully day by day to make their dreams come true in other words maybe it leads exist maybe not buying sources exist i don't know maybe maybe not saying is we don't need flying slicers to explain the technological marvels at that we see all around skate hr commercial break points again the number to call is eight six six reto three two two nine the game name paul enters the radio station the senior coming from perhaps your thoughts national radio so it was like off this is science been tested for more information on this and other great top programs go to talk radio network dot com spread the word now there is powerful nutri still support from migraine suffers it's estimated that thirty five million people suffer with migraines.
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