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What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

Popcorn with Peter Travers

01:54 min | 3 months ago

What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

"I out of the gate for this fall is a movie called shang. She and the legend of the ten rings. It's a marvel movie and marvel finally deciding to have an asian hero in its movie. That's a long time coming. And when you see it you're going to see a story that is modern touch because this guy on plagued by smooth lou. He is in really fierce fighting form but his father was played by the great. Tome lung is an immortal and he doesn't want him to do it. He's doing which is parking cars in a san francisco hotel talent hanging out with akwa. Seen you get what i mean. It's the martial arts that makes this must sit okay. next up. Is the power of the dog as everybody knows especially critic which is may that september is the month where their film festivals everywhere from venison telluride to toronto in new york and the one film to rule them. All is the power of the dark. It's a western set in nineteen twenty five montana and new zealand. Filmmaker jane campion. Who did the piano is the director sir. First movie in twelve years. Expect real awards bus around benedict cumberbatch. She's playing a brutal acid tongue rancher who gets tensions going in ablaze when his brother brings home a new bride and everything goes crazy and deserve this film is sets nature's beauty against toxic masculinity. These are two things that are really updates days next step. The eyes of tammy faye jessica chastain goes all in this. She's backwards on the eyelashes end. The make up to play tammy faye bakker the late televangelist who turned her christian news program into a profitable industry until a sex scandal involving her first husband. Jim baker played by entry. Barfield just brought the whole house card. Sam

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From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06

The Voicebot Podcast

02:15 min | 3 months ago

From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06

"Big transition that we've been dealing with your in terms of ai. Machine learning is really transitioning from computational systems in decision making to cognitive right decision making out in insights so Baritone fact became a open platform. Call on an operating system for os. That is really good at ingesting. All different types of data then being able to use our suite of over four hundred fifty different cognitive engines and models to to be able to analyze interrogate and ultimately you know empower our business customers with you know the tools applications in unstructured data so they can advance their business. Why do you have so many machine learning models because every job it potentially warrants a different bespoke recipe of cognition. So if i say for example Where presented with australian english. Right you absolutely potentially want to use a different train model as to glowing. Wash 'em in saint louis true for like for example variances in near field or barfield audio right throwing one transcription engine Tire corpus of audio You're gonna get you will get varying results in. Our job is to be able to analyze the data sets in ben in effect programmatic find in orchestrate. The right hung recipe to get the best results and to be clear. I'll give you some examples. The best results is not always accuracy. Right if you're dealing with so much tonnage of data some projects that we work on. You know they're okay with eighty percent accuracy. Because it's it's there's so much volume. They have to meet a price point right. They can't wait ten dollars or fifteen dollars an hour of content process it so and that's in that thankfully that decision being kind of model agnostic in being able to normalize. The output of these different cognitive classes really was the cornerstones of verizon's

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Attorney General Eric Schmitt Jumps Into Missouri U.S. Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:08 min | 4 months ago

Attorney General Eric Schmitt Jumps Into Missouri U.S. Senate Race

"Eric schmidt the current attorney general of missouri joins me attorney general. Smith how are you this morning. I'm doing great by the way that may be the greatest bumper music. Intro is had with that song. So i appreciate that. It is right that you praise me. You're lucky i didn't do joy division so we'll do great great great to be with you. That's terrific and of course as an alumni missouri. I lived in near parkfield. Kansas barfield near kansas city. When i was a kid i was young. Everyone in missouri so genuine and open and honest. I felt i had to go to california. Because i just didn't fit in but look you're running for senate there and tell us how that's going. It's going great. I mean we we announced senator blunt is is retiring and announce that in in early march. I believe and we came out of the gate and and made an announcement and We are first quarter. We had a record breaking fundraising quarter Sort of supporting missouri's than strong. I've won statewide a couple of times by some big margins. But i think more than anything. People are responding the idea. They wanna fighter in washington. Dc they want reinforcements to save america. And i been my record as attorney general. I mean we've been as active as anybody back into radical agenda. We were very active in supporting president trump. And the america first agenda so whatever the issue was election integrity pushing back on these this radical immigration policy that joe biden. This pursuing you led to this twenty one year surge. We've got an argument last week in texas on a very important case on the remaining mexico policy Pushing back on the social quote unquote social costs of greenhouse gases policy from do biden people in fighters and so we're pushing back on. Hr warmer pushing back on track. We spoke with pushing back on these days. It's all those sorts of things Because i do believe that if you look around feels like our country and our culture slipping away and you need people's understand who. We know who they are lifelong conservatives willing to go fight that good fife

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"barfield" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"barfield" Discussed on KOMO

"Get out. Daytona's Patrick Barfield about 30,000. NASCAR fans getting in to see what turned out to be a crazy day of racing rain, causing six hours of delays. Driver Randy Chest ain actually bolted from the track and hit a local McDonald six and everything the fetus whole crew in a video posted by Chip Ganassi Racing. Yeah, we're racing and Labor's stopped training and when it did, the race went deep into the night, the last lap coming after midnight. Penske cars crash, Kozlowski is up in a ball of flame up into the outside wall. He'll take Kyle Busch with him. A huge crash called on the Motor Racing network, opening the door for McDowell wins the Daytona 500 Michael McDowell's racing through the wreckage for his First ever win for what it's worth, Sherry Crusted ABC News Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center in Bellevue on the eastbound I 90 ramp to I four or five. We're dealing with an accident that partially blocks that ramp. 90 is closed between mouthfuls 34 in North Bend all the way to Ellensburg due to high avalanche. Danger past remain closed until 8 a.m. tomorrow morning and will be reassessed at that time. There will be avalanche control it. Stevens pass between 4 A.m. and 6 A.m. by the way Stevens pass is currently closed. Due to several spin out accidents at the pass until further notice. And on Capitol Hill in Seattle, Watch for a medical response on Broadway at East Pine Taking Elaine you on export at 10 34 I'm J. Phillips on Coma News. The Kamo forecast from the diversified cross space Weather Center it evening Art Sanders with the rain.

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You Haven't Heard of Raina Telgemeier, But Your Kids Probably Have

The Longest Shortest Time

07:10 min | 2 years ago

You Haven't Heard of Raina Telgemeier, But Your Kids Probably Have

"Understand how Raina got where she is today you gotta know something about her mom she loves artichokes this one day when Raina was nine her mom served them for dinner later Raina and her siblings Amara and will went to bed so to their parents Glenn in the middle of the night Raina and her mom woke up with the stomach flu and then we were throwing up artichokes and artichokes have a chemical in them that makes water tastes sweet when you drink it after you eat one so I threw up and then she hands me like a little Dixie Cup of water and drank like Harry you know rinse your mouth out and it was grows it tasted like sugar sweet water so there's also this weird thing happening around like water doesn't taste like water what is wrong so she was like oh Jeez oh sorry it's because we had artichokes dinner when Rano went back to school she tried to gross everyone out with her barfield artichoke story she figured her friends with since fourth grade was pretty much one big gross out contest but this story this was over the top not funny they told her and then a couple of months later I felt sick again and that I was going to throw up again and for some reason it was like a curtain just as Senate over my body where now the idea of being sick was almost worse than the thing itself Raina didn't throw up but the intensity of worrying that she would that changed her it meant that anytime like my brother was sick he was really little and he got sick all the time and I would like leave the house and go try to sleep in the car and somebody at school went. Oh that makes me wanna Puke I was like I'd freak out and I started being worried anytime like a friend would go to the bathroom and like didn't come back for a while it just immediately started thinking oh no what if she's in the bathroom throwing up I was afraid of vomiting is called Meta phobia I didn't know that word until Mum Metaphor recently yes a Metaphor he is the pathological fear of vomiting I was nine and I was afraid of throw up what was the anxiety about the like you said there was like a curtain like what were you afraid was going to happen I don't know Oh i think I was just afraid that I was going to get sick or that the feeling of being sick was just as bad as death RENA basically became a full-time avoid her but it wasn't just that free trout food could send her reeling I mean artichokes obviously and mushrooms milk she was also scared of bees scared of my parents dying scared of needles scared of pooping my pants scared of doctors scared of surgery scared of getting bad grades China's reading handwritten words from a few panels in her new book or guts thickness on the pages you see her nine year old self nauseated and sweaty surrounded vice swirling green clouds and then the third panel the words have just gotten bigger and bigger and more intense and they are pressing down on my characters figure and here it says snakes pain doctors war drowning choking that it math death stupidity talking sickness and kidnapping because that was real big in the eighty s everybody's talking about kidnapping these anxieties they run the gamut from like small too big career Listrik to like imagined you know it sounds like you were feeling scared all the time yeah I was extremely anxious S. and anything could trigger me and anything could go from being totally benign to being something horrifying in a blink and what was that like like to live in that state all the time I will describe it as being both extremely noisy an extremely isolating all these would go in there and they would make noise but the isolation came from feeling like I couldn't talk about it and like this was weird and that nobody else would understand on this and I was the only person who had that's like this in their head because I look over at my classmates and they're just you know normal like doing their own thing and making friends with each other and hanging out and like eating their lunches and stuff and I was like oh my gosh how can they do that

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"barfield" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

15:26 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Seventy K L I F. Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of coumarin. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west of. Close to it. But technically outside of their really game Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their parliamentary body mostly fake. Lynn hurry fifth. They've very that guy has been arrested many times for for visiting the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. And and. Politician that that seems to not care about about playing too close to the rules. And so he threw a series, of course, events, and and and meets Jim Barfield hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a scan with detector at several sites at Courant wicker without permission from the Arctic antiquities authority, and that's what he does. And so we actually have positive proof that there's something large something nonferrous and and deep underground both in Koran and at this site that Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of mine. And so he thinks that's the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. It's a case. You would that's all gelded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls, as in the desert Catia would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't harness and and survive the test of time pretty well. So both of those would be detectable and also pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasurer for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Yes. Listen. I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about Jewish history is that there's a day on the calendar every year, they Jews more of differs temple the second temple. And they memorialize it. There is no such day for the ark of the covenant. The covenant is what gave the temple. It's you know, imparted. It's holiness, imparted sanctity. It was in the holiest. So really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a race. And it's gone. But it's not the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenants lost, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an ours replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now the ark. According to legend awesome. Destructive power the only people that can approach the arc would be the Levi's. Exactly. So Jim Barfield. You know, being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious. And so. His meetings with the fan, drain and west the religious and institutional bodies in Israel. It's the say should this event. Take place should we be able to unseal this potential caves outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income Ron priests there and Israel. You know, there's there's a list Cohenim. Are they know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and prepared said that they come. And so he had one meeting with a leader of one of the temple mountain movement people and Gershon Salomon is his name. And and he asked them should this happen. You know, Koran is not so far from trees five should this happen. How quickly could you get priest here, and and gross and said, you know, give me an hour. The code on speed dial. Wow. Let's say hi to Laura on the wildcard line. She's an upstate New York, Laura. Good morning. Welcome to coast to coast. A. Yeah. Thank you, Richard. And thank you, Shelly for fit for such an interesting conversation this evening or this morning. I just have a two things the first is I'm really sorry. George Noory has had on a lot of people over time that discussed the ark of the covenant. And there's been so much information about it. So can I ask you, please? Explain what it is what it is. And if it's found what it would look like, and then the other thing, I just wanted to mention it. It sounds like you've found it already. But in case you need to do another similar type of scan TED talks. It was a woman that came on. And did a Ted talk and actually won the Ted prize every year, they give them a price. I think it's like a million dollars or something. And it was like either last year the year before which she was using satellite to unearth archaeological finds and she. Found a whole city with the satellite and they gave the award. So you can check the Ted award show last two or three years and see who's this woman is in case, you need more information about doing these scans with satellite. And then the last thing is I've had a lot of interactions with Dow's IRS, and I found that actually they're pretty accurate with regard to finding lost objects. So someone in the scenario might wanna hire a douse or along with all the other things. But if you could just say a few words about the author of the covenant what it is. And what it would look like I'd greatly. Appreciate that. And thank you again for very informative evening. Thank you, Laura. Great call. All right. So for those not familiar with the the ark of the covenant. Tell us about it. So I said he gonna come in. It is most exceptional because we're talking about duty. Then this is a an iconic religion. It doesn't have material goods or objects of worship. It's totally forbidden. And so the covenant is really unique in that way, especially within its place and Judy ISM. But it's it's a material connection to an immaterial God. So the arc is God's throne. And it's still at an and got according to tradition. Are also had its own you know, kind of inexplicable power. It was made for vacation would gilded in gold topped with two wing tariffs. That angel's wings, stretched out over the pure gold cover the mercy seat, and a lot of people feel that even more important than the arcade cells in the construction of the it cells is that 'cause it's actually rather small ark. According to the bible, I mean, there's a little bit of discrepancy here. But it was about four feet long and two and a half feet deep. It's it's pretty small, but inside of it was placed the most is the tablets of stone with the ten commandments. And so you can see that, you know, two ways in terms of what? What's more important near the Arkansas for or what it contains? No know like I said that the copper scroll doesn't ever specifically reference? The ark of the covenant, according to some translations, it does reference gleaming chamber and one part of the copper scroll. It may be the earliest reference to FINA, which is that the spirit of God. It's really we don't have any other older references to that specific word. And usually when seen as reference it's talking about the spirit of God. And in reference to the ark of the covenant. I love what the caller pointed out. And I am familiar with the winner of that of the Ted word and amazing things are happening in our geology right now, and one thing that and archaeologists told me, you know, we had suffered from for years in terms of applying for this permit to scan and really not understanding why Jim barcode wasn't able. To get it. I mean, he he wasn't applying for himself to do this. Again, he was working with established archaeologists to were also baffled. But one of them told me, look, we're sitting here applying for this permit when and going through the old process and the procedure that exists now to do these things but truth be told. Stands can be done from the sky. Now, you know, how how how we're any antiquities at thirty is going to be able to control the future in terms of that scans can be done from satellites and from other pieces of technology. So so that really is will just be the next chapter in archaeology. We're still playing by the old rules and the and trying to apply for these things and going through that process, but but really we can do scans through satellites now. And so that's that's the future of this. What about Dow's? Let's go back to some old technology does. So Jim zone hasn't participated in that. But then they'll Jones dead. I don't know if he had much luck with it Mendel Jones. Well, he he didn't because he's passed away. And he looked for thirty years. But that was actually the next place. He was going there. Was a person professor actually out of Missouri. Who was a doubt? He he contacted Jim Barfield and so just to test that dim Barfield dead. He had bars of silver because he is tested his own. Our worst fear in the member of Knesset had volunteered to do. A scan on his own at coumarin was to get a false positive. You know, a false positive is more dangerous than a false negative in that way. And so he buried bars of silver, and and tested the metal detector that way. But he also did it once with. Basically, it was it was a it was a doubter and buried them in a park, and and Missourian, and it didn't work then it didn't work and in that case in that context. And I did work for downs either. Let's go east of the Rockies is it Helena in New Jersey, Helena, good morning. Yes. First of all I want to thank you for taking my call. And Michelle we wanna thank you very much. For most interesting presentation, I myself have a doctorate biblical studies. And I studied the Dead Sea scrolls for almost a year under Laron Shiffman. I don't know if you know him, of course, he's alleged. Yes. I must tell you every whenever I come to Israel. I come to three times a year. And I'm really mentioned his name. They can't do enough for me at the at the museum. And I also want to thank you very much for mentioning two gentlemen that I know very well, namely Moshe Fagin, and I worked for his I do volunteer work for his party. And but I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for us because I I would love to hear from you. First of all, I have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain a long certain paths. You are constantly watched. Especially if you're the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there. They're passports are confiscated and their watched like hawks. And when they return they're giving their passports. Oh, let's say you're not allowed to enter to either prayers, and obviously Mr. Fagan. Went off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. And I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said he's in the Knesset he managed to overturn the ban Halloween. Just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Do you have any comments on on the Coomer as a possible location for the contract, and it's an area? See I don't think it is. And why not I know? I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I Israel. And you as right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right-thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially because of Koran but for the most part, it's the area. It's not it's it's not important, but there is a complex there. But. Yes. It's it's spiritually valuable, and it's to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. Area West Bank it separately, not areas sake. Why do you okay? Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws..

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"barfield" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of Kumaon. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just northwest at. Very close to it. But technically outside of their really, Jim Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get her mission. Could you? Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel Knesset, which is their permanent your body. Mostly fake Lynn. Hurry. Very that's in guy has been arrested many times for for visiting the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and. Politician that that seems to not care about about playing too close to the role of and so he s series, of course, events and meets Tim Barfield and hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a stand with the Rams detector at several sites that Coomer on with or without permission from the integrity is already, and that's what he does. And so we actually have positive prove that there's something large something nonferrous and and deep underground both in Koran and this site Jim Barfield research, specifically points to right outside of Kumaon. So he thinks that's the the ark. But isn't doesn't the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's acacia would that's all gilded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls as the desert Catia would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't harness and survive the test of time pretty well. So both at those would be detectable and also pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasurer for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Listen, I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about yours history is that there's a day on the calendar every year, they Jews more of the first temple the second temple. And they memorialize it. There is no set. Stay for the ark of the covenant. And the arc of the covenant is what days the temple. It's you know, the imparted. It's holiness imparted that sanctity. It was in the holiest. So really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a racist. And it's gone. But it's not the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenant watch, you know, even with Temple Mount moving has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now the ark. According to legend awesome. Destructive power. The only people that can approach the arc would be the leave. I'ts exactly Jim Barfield. You know, being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious, and so part meetings with the fan heat-driven and with the. An institutional bodies in Israel. It's to say should this event. Take place should we be able to to unseal this potential cave outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income run there and Israel. You know, there's there's a list Cohenim. I they know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects, and then prepared said that they come. And so he had one meeting with a leader of one of the Temple Mount. Movement people, and I'm Solomon is his name, and and he asked and should this happen. You know, Koran is not so far from Jerusalem this happened. How quickly could you get priest here and Gerson said, you know, give me.

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"barfield" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"More snow less sleep better. Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of coumarin. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west of. Close to it. But technically outside of their ruined game. Barfield? I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their your body. Mostly fake Lynn. Hurry. Very that's in guy has been arrested many times for visiting the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and. Just a politician that that seems to not care about. Playing too close to the of and so he s series, of course, events, and and and meet stem Barfield hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a scan with the Loretta detector of several types it Coomer on with or without permission from the Arctic antiquities Atari, and that's what he does. And so we actually have positive proof that there's something large something nonferrous, and and deep underground both in chrome, Ron and this site the Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of Kumar. He thinks that's the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's a case would that's all gelded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls is the desert. Catia would was very deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't turn us and and survive the test of time pretty well. So both those would be detectable. And also look pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasurer for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Yes, listen, I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant.

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"barfield" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on 710 WOR

"More snow less sleep better. Before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of coumarin. And I want to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west of. Very close to it. But technically outside of their ruined game. Barfield? I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has done one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their permanent your body mostly fake hurry fifth. They've very that guy has been arrested many times for visiting the Temple Mount. And and. Politician that seems to not care about about playing too close to the role of and so he s series, of course, it events, and and and meets Jim Barfield hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a stand with the Lorenzo detector of several sites that Kumar on with or without permission from the Arctic equities is already, and that's what he does. And so we actually have positive proof that there is something large something nonferrous and and deep underground both in Koran and at this site that Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of. So he thinks that's the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. It's acacia case. That's all golden. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt in just like what the Dead Sea scrolls is the desert if in case, you would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't tarnish survive the test of time pretty well. So both of those would be detectable. And also look pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasurer for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that. That that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Yes, listen, I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about yours history. Is that there's a day on the calendar? Every year they Jews more locked the first temple in the second temple. And then they memorialize it. There is no such day for the ark of the covenant. And the ark of the covenant is what gave the temple it's know imparted. It's holding us. And part of the sanctity was in the holiest. I've always so really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a racist. And it's gone. But it's not that the Jewish tradition does not say that the architect covering it's lot, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built. Without the arc. Now. The ark. According to legend, awesome, destructive power, the only people that can approach the arc would be the leave. I'ts. Exactly. So Jim Barfield being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious. And so part of his meetings with the fan he drain and with the religious and institutional bodies in Israel. It's the say should this event. Take place should we be able to unseal this potential caves outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income run we need priests there and Israel. You know, there's there's a list Cohen EMA. They know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and prepared should that day. Come and so he had one meeting with a leader of one of the temple mountain movement. People and Gershon Salomon is his name. And and he asked them should this happen. You know, Coronas not so far from Jerusalem should this happen. How quickly could you get priest here, and and gross and said, you know, give me an.

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"barfield" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"More snow less sleep better. Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of coumarin. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west of. Very close to it. But technically outside of the ruined Jim Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has done one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their permanent your body and mostly fake Lynn hurry fifth. They've very that guy has been arrested many times for for visiting the Temple Mount, slam and. He's just a politician that that seems to to not care about about playing too close to the role of and so he s series, of course, it events, and and and meet stem Barfield and hears about here's research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a skin with the Lorenzo detector at several sites. It can run with or without permission from the artistic integrity is authority. And that's what he does. And so we actually have positive proof that there's something large something nonferrous and and deep underground both in Koran and the site that Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of. God. He thinks that's the the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's a case, that's all gelded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like what the Dead Sea scrolls is in the desert case would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't partisan and survive the test of time pretty well. So both at those would be detectable and also but pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called tries for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Yes, listen, I mean, people speculated about the. The ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about yours history. Is that there's a day on the calendar? Every year, they Jews more law differs temple and the second temple. And that they memorialize it. There is no such day for the ark of the covenant. And the ark of the covenant is what gave the temple. It's you know, the imparted. It's holding us and part of that sanctity was in the holiest of. So really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a race. And it's gone. But it's not that the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covering it's, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now the ark. According to legend, awesome, destructive power, the only people that can approach the arc would be the leave. Fights. Exactly. So Jim Barfield. You know, being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious. And so part of his meetings with the fan he drain and with the religious and institutional bodies in Israel. It's the say should this event. Take place should we be able to to unseal this potential cave outside of Croom, Ron or any of these items be on earth income run. We need priests there and Israel. You know, there's there's a list. Kony? They know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and prepared said that they come. And so he had one meeting with a leader has one of the Temple Mount. Movement people and Gershon Salomon is his name. And and he asked them should this happen. You know, Coronas not so far from three. So this happen how quickly could you get priest here? And and Gerson said, you know, give me an hour..

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"barfield" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mute breath. More snow less sleep better. Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of Kumaon. And I want to get finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west of. Day close to it. But technically outside of their ruined Jim Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has done one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their body. They mostly fake Lynn who is if they very that guy has been arrested many times for her visiting the temple mountains, very slamming. And he's just a politician that that seems to not care about about playing too close to the rules. And so she s series, of course, events, and and and meet stem Barfield and hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a stand with the Lorenzo detector at several sites at Koran with or without permission from the our Texans equities authority, and that's what he does. And so we actually have. Positive proof that there is something large something nonferrous and and deep underground both in Koran and the site that Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of. Homerun? So he thinks that's the the ark. But isn't doesn't the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's a case, that's all gilded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls is the desert Catia would was very deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't tarnish survive the test of time pretty well. So both of those would be detectable and also but pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive Stanford or something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large non-ferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper treasurer for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archea. Logical discovery of all time. Yes, listen, I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about Jewish history is that there's a day on the calendar. Every year that Jews mourn, the loss of the first temple the second temple. And that they memorialize it. There is no such day for the ark of the covenant. And the ark of the covenant is what days the temple. It's you know, the imparted its holiness in part of the sanctity. It was in the holiest of. So really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a race. And it's gone. But it's not the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenant walk, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now the arc. According to legend, awesome, destructive power, the only people that can approach the arc would be the Levi's. Exactly. So Jim Barfield, you know, being a religious man has his being been very serious. He takes this very serious, and so part of his meetings with the fan heat-driven and with the religious an institutional bodies in Israel. It's to say should this event. Take place should we be able to to unseal this potential cave outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income run. We need priests there in Israel. You know, there's there's a list. They know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and then prepared should that day. Come and so he had one meeting with a leader of one of the Temple Mount. Movement people and Gershon Salomon is his name. And and he asked him should this happen? You know, Koran is not so far from true. So this happened how quickly could you get priest here and gross and said give me an hour..

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"barfield" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"After that dig that dig was abruptly shut down for reasons that. That I can speculate on, but we don't know for sure. And so and now archaeologist that had been in charge of the day, and who had really believed in gem Barfield research, and he was the number two person in command of coumarin from an archaeological level he actually died in a tragic accident. Not so long after and so it really kind of brought everything to a to a hot. And for whatever reason the Israel antiquity authority denied permission to do an electronic scan of come on and for years it sat that way for years. Jim Barfield was crying. He was finding new archaeologists. He was writing new reports meeting with new leaders sometimes waiting out people to retire in the antiquities authority. And so. Hey returned Israel, something like sixteen times. Right. Sixteen times. Right. Exactly. So this guy's tenacious. He's tenacious. So today says and every time, you know, kind of building up this army of allies. A lot of people in the Temple Mount move at a lot of a religious Jews who who want who see a third temple in Israel's premature really have lined with Jim Barfield weren't succeed. Nothing has ever been found from the interior of the first or second temple. We appointing. Exterior evidence from the temples. Now, they're retaining walls are still there. We have things that a stone that marks the place of trumpeting, we have priestly weights and scales that we we do we have things, but we don't have. So certainly, you know, there's no denying the existence of the Jewish temple. But because of two thousand years of invaders and ocupation in Jerusalem being destroyed and rebuilt back up, and because we can't excavate on the Temple Mount, there's really nothing from from the ritual vessels or their religious. So that we have there was one tiny pomegranate that was found that was believed to be on the end of a priestly sceptre, and it had an inscription that said from the house of y'all way or in the house of galley, and it has been proved to be a forgery, which brings us back to the show in terms of what we can sort of the banner that that the Temple Mount movement can March under the. They would love for them Barfield to be successful. So he really has sort of this this religious cohort of allies that has campaigned around him. But but just yes for years was knocking on on the wrong doors and really getting aware in terms of as being equities authority approving a permit, which the archaeologists that we worked with really couldn't even understand it said he had never been denied a permit for something like that before because it was non invasive it wasn't threatening to the ruin especially when we were able to get a hold of the Lorenzo, which is a much better metal detector. So it is really a frustrating time period. He I understand he even met with a member of the modern day, send Hedren. Yes. He met with the whole fan hindred. So right twice. And they and he presented his whole research. He has a he's a report writer for Comanche nation college in Oklahoma. And so after he retired from arson investigation. He actually taught report writing community college. But anyways, he wrote his I mean, you should see his report is two hundred and sixty five pages filled with maps and descriptions in translations, and and, you know, graphic images of the copper scroll. It's a it's a pretty amazing piece of work in and of itself. And so he always he's bringing it to these meetings. And so he presented the San he joined with his research. He's presented lots of people in Israel with his research. All who seems it to, you know, just something heads in disbelief thinking that the answers then there this whole time that Koran has helped us secret the whole time. And so that's. He's gone up the religious letters highs. I can go right? So is it is it a a stubborn bureaucracy? Is it a fear that by unearthing? These these treasures that it will somehow ignite political disputes land claims ignited, I dunno a Middle East war. What is the fear here? What's at stake? He'll probably yes. To all of those technically by Israel's archaeological laws coumarin is areas. See which means that Koran is not Israel proper in in should Israel in peace process, ever, be reignited Kumaon would be under negotiation or that area of Israel negotiation and potentially of ever new Palestinian state. And so by international. International the Geneva, Convention standards. Whatever comes out of that area, whatever's on earth, and and excavations in that area is disputed property because the land is disputed, and so Israel, actually when I say, the is that he was working with the authority that's not entirely true because it's a military weaned every is on its own institution. And technically when something is found in that area. It has to it can be studied. And it can be researched and published by the archaeologists or the scholar that sounded, but it goes into military warehouse afterwards until the land is no longer in.

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"barfield" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I R E C T. Two seven nine six four five. We're back with Shelly niece. We're talking about the copper scroll project and of the few and I'm cribbing here from Shelly nieces website of the few who have risked their careers and reputations to search for copper, scroll treasures only one remains. He's an unlikely hero of firemen from Oklahoma and award winning investigator named Jim Barfield who treated the copper, scroll like evidence in an arson case and came to an astonishing realization all of the locations described in the copper, scroll have exact architectural matches with Coomer on this rather unimpressive ruined perched on a plateau just off the coast of Israel's Dead Sea. At what point does Jim actually traveled to Israel to test. His theory. Good question. So he really it was after he identified the first twenty locations. It's not that you know, he never says that the God told him that the copper scroll treasure was here. He never sort of lays down any Trump cards. But he just kept at it. I mean, he's just a person who wants he gets hold of a threat. He's going to follow it all the way through. So it was once he identified the first twenty locations, and the copper scroll and saw that they all had architecture all matches in Qom, Ron that is when he had to get on a plane and go and see it in person himself, and and.

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"barfield" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"How does Koran match the copper school? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the location are actually income Ron and buried underneath come Ryan, or at least on the edges around Koran because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruin which is in the valley, of course, all that all of the identification very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pool. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the covers call begins. It says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubic. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and? Koran and so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders what how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs or forty Cubans song? And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation was ten years long. And they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And it was exactly exactly forty cupid. And and so he just he goes from there just matching it up one at a time. And sometimes they're very very specific. And obviously that report it didn't say didn't use Cuba measurements. And the report that use meters. But you know, once he converted it. Forty to the cubit system, then it was exactly forty. So a retired firefighter breaks the code and discovers the location perhaps of this vast treasure of that is encoded in the copper scroll. We'll come back more of my conversation with Shelly needs, the copper, scroll project, the Beatles. Taking us into the break with while my guitar weeps right here on coast to coast AM..

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"barfield" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"How does come on match the copper scroll? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the location are actually income Ron and buried underneath from Ryan, or at least on the edges around Koran because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruin which is in the valley of a court. All the all of that identify -cations are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pool. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and Koran and so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass? He sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs are forty cubits long. And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation was. Ten years long, and they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And it was exactly exactly forty cupid. And and so he just he goes from there just matching it up one at a time. And sometimes they're very very specific like, and obviously that report it didn't say didn't use keep it measurements. And the report that use meters. But once he converted it said to forty two the cubit system than it was exactly forty. So a retired firefighter breaks the code and discovers. The location perhaps of this vast treasure that is encoded in the copper scroll. We'll come back more of my conversation with Shelly needs, the copper, scroll project, the Beatles. Taking us into the break with while my guitar weeps right here on coast to coast AM..

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"barfield" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Thought there seems to be matches here because because the proximity, you know, the copper scroll just found steps away from combined. It's associated with all of the other Dead Sea scrolls authors and owners of the Dead Sea scrolls were the SEM who lived at home run. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jeb Barfield was doing? That was unique and new was giving a method and Orion a reason to. How does Koran match the copper scroll? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the locations are actually income Ron and buried underneath them, Ron or at least on the edges around Koran because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruined which is in the valley of a core. All the all of the identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pool. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and? Koran. And so he just orients has that for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading.

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"barfield" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of chrome Ron match the rest of the locations listed in the copper, scroll. And that's where it began. In other words, all of the treasure is right there in Kumaon where the scrolls were discovered. Exactly other people other scholars have thought, you know with passing reference only John Allegra, actually. You know, really nailed down a couple of locations that he identified with Kumaon in the copper school certainly other scholarships thought it there seems to be matches here because because the proximity, you know, the copper scroll is just found steps away from combined. It's a societas with all of the other Dempsey's girls authors and owners of the Dead Sea scrolls were the F scenes who lived at home it. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jeb Barfield was doing? That was unique and new with giving a method and a rhyme and a reason to. How does come run match the copper school? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty locations? Are actually income Ron and buried underneath them Ron or at least on the edges around comb run because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruined which is in the valley of a core. All they're always identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pools. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and run? And so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders we'll how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs are forty cubits long. And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation. With ten years long. And they and.

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"barfield" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So really what Jim Barfield was doing. That was unique in new was giving a method and a rhyme and a reason to. How does Koran match the copper school? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the location, actually income Ron and buried underneath come or at least on the edges around comb run because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruined which is in the valley of a core. All they're all of that identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pool. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the covers call begins. It says pass under the steps leading to be east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and? Koran and so he just orients has map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs or forty cubits long? And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation was ten years long. And they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And it was exactly exactly forty cupid. And and so he just he goes from there just matching it up one at a time. And sometimes they're very very specific like, and obviously that report it didn't say you keep it measurements. And the report that use meters. But once he converted it to forty two the cubit system than it was exactly forty. So a retired firefighter breaks the code and discovers. The location perhaps of this vast treasure of that is encoded in the copper scroll. We'll come back more of my conversation with Shelly, the copper, scroll project, the Beatles. Taking us into the break with while my guitar weeps right here on coast to coast AM..

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"barfield" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But they hated us next. The Chinese could well be in line on that. How are they supposed to send Chinese engineers into these areas to develop it without stability and Pakistan seems to be keen on fomented stability that runs against China's interest economic interests. So there there is some possibility there and the Chinese have actually been looking at that. India has always had very good relations with Kabul government's because even though Pakistan and Afghanistan Islam ick. They've always been been rivals and so- cobble in Delhi. Have historically forged alliances something that Pakistan is afraid of so, yeah, this is really focused the interest not only politically because if there's blowback they're the ones that live there if there's terrorism India will be the first victim China is just across the border. So there's this is focusing them, and we could work harder on it's it's other than Pakistan everybody else in the region. Would like to see stability and Afghanistan. Okay. So Aaron O'Connell you just heard Thomas Barfield Barfield say we could be working harder on these regional allies in regional players. Do you see that as part of a plan coming out of a potential plan coming out of the White House or the Pentagon? Yes, it's a plan. And it was noted in the president's August twenty seventeen announcement of a new strategy, which wasn't actually new strategy. So a renewed diplomatic effort both with Pakistan and with India, the president's special on voi- who mentioned earlier Zalmay Khalilzad collectively known as all is doing this. And he's doing well, there has been there have been some breakthroughs and some early meetings. But these are all still talks to talk about talking. They are not actual negotiations. You need a bargain that does involve everybody in the region. And the the problem here for the United States is some of our sort of most troublesome states are actually also have an ability to spoil any plans we have for Afghanistan. Iran can spoil. Pakistan can spoil Russia can even spoil. So we need a bargain that involves all of them. That's clear Zoll has been working on that one of the more unfortunate things is in President Trump's cabinet meeting last week. He actually said let's let India and Pakistan and Russia fight it out in Afghanistan that is by far the worst thing any American president could save right now about negotiations in Afghanistan that is while we have national security interests that have to do with the Taliban, and they have to do with the Afghan state and transnational terrorism. The broader national interest global interest is to prevent an actual confrontation between India and Pakistan legal confrontation in Afghanistan. So it is a tricky a needle we're trying to thread here. But it's not impossible. It doesn't just mean. The choices are leave or double down. We have leveraged that we can deploy. And as Dr Barfield noted weirdly enough Iran is actually on the same side. It really comes down to pushing Pakistan and. Pushing the Afghans to reconcile amongst themselves. So we have to get them to some kind of bargain, we have to be more flexible on what we're willing to accept throughout the Obama administration. We had a series of preconditions we have abandoned some of those which I think is wise for even starting talks, but it has to be solved in the region. And we have to use diplomacy which can work if you give it a shot, you know, since you mentioned a what the president said last week at that cabinet meeting. There was another moments which I just we have to take a slight detour to talk about this because it got a lot of people's attention. And since I have to experts with me on the program. I want to get your response to what the president said when he basically mischaracterized to put it lightly the reasons for the Soviet Union's nineteen late nineteen seventies invasion of Afghanistan. Here is what the president said the reason Russia was in Afghanistan was because terrorist we're going into Russia. They were right to be there. The problem is it was a tough fight. And literally they went bankrupt. They went into being called Russia again as opposed to the Soviet Union..

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"barfield" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"How are they supposed to send Chinese engineers into these areas to develop it without stability and Pakistan seems to be keen on fomented stability that runs against China's interest economic interests. So there there is some possibility there and the Chinese have actually been looking at that. India has always had very good relations with Kabul government's because even though Pakistan and Afghanistan Islam ick. They've always been been rivals and so- cobble in Delhi. Have historically forged alliances something that Pakistan is afraid of so, yeah, this is really focused the interest not only politically because if there's blowback they're the ones that live there if there's terrorism India will be the first victim China is just across the border. So there's this is focusing them, and we could work harder on it's it's other than Pakistan everybody else in the region. Would like to see stability and Afghanistan. Okay. So Aaron O'Connell you just heard Thomas Barfield Barfield say we could be working harder on these regional allies in regional players. Do you see that as part of a plan coming out of a potential plan coming out of the White House or the Pentagon? Yes, it's a plan. And it was noted in the president's August twenty seventeen announcement of a new strategy, which wasn't actually new strategy. So a renewed diplomatic effort both with Pakistan and with India, the president's special on voi- who mentioned earlier Zalmay Khalilzad collectively known as all is doing this. And he's doing well, there has been there have been some breakthroughs and some early meetings. But these are all still talks to talk about talking. They are not actual negotiations. You need a bargain that does involve everybody in the region. And the the problem here for the United States is some of our sort of most troublesome states are actually also have an ability to spoil any plans we have for Afghanistan. Iran can spoil. Pakistan can spoil Russia can even spoil. So we need a bargain that involves all of them. That's clear Zoll has been working on that one of the more unfortunate things is in President Trump's cabinet meeting last week. He actually said let's let India and Pakistan and Russia fight it out in Afghanistan that is by far the worst thing any American president could save right now about negotiations in Afghanistan that is while we have national security interests that have to do with the Taliban, and they have to do with the Afghan state and transnational terrorism. The broader national interest global interest is to prevent an actual confrontation between India and Pakistan legal confrontation in Afghanistan. So it is a tricky a needle we're trying to thread here. But it's not impossible. It doesn't just mean. The choices are leave or double down. We have leveraged that we can deploy. And as Dr Barfield noted weirdly enough Iran is actually on the same side. It really comes down to pushing Pakistan and. Pushing the Afghans to reconcile amongst themselves. So we have to get them to some kind of bargain, we have to be more flexible on what we're willing to accept throughout the Obama administration. We had a series of preconditions we have abandoned some of those which I think is wise for even starting talks, but it has to be solved in the region. And we have to use diplomacy which can work if you give it a shot, you know, since you mentioned a what the president said last week at that cabinet meeting. There was another moments which I just we have to take a slight detour to talk about this because it got a lot of people's attention. And since I have to experts with me on the program. I want to get your response to what the president said when he basically mischaracterized to put it lightly the reasons for the Soviet Union's nineteen late nineteen seventies invasion of Afghanistan. Here is what the president said the reason Russia was in Afghanistan was because terrorist we're going into Russia. They were right to be there. The problem is it was a tough fight. And literally they went bankrupt. They went into being called Russia again as opposed to the Soviet Union..

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"barfield" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"barfield" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But they hated us next. The Chinese could well be in line on that. How are they supposed to send Chinese engineers into these areas to develop it without stability and Pakistan seems to be keen on fomented stability that runs against China's interest economic interests. So there there is some possibility there and the Chinese have actually been looking at that. India has always had very good relations with Kabul government's because even though Pakistan and Afghanistan Islam ick. They've always been been rivals and so- cobble in Delhi. Have historically forged alliances something that Pakistan is afraid of so, yeah, this is really focused the interest not only politically because if there's blowback they're the ones that live there if there's terrorism India will be the first victim China is just across the border. So there's this is focusing them, and we could work harder on it's it's other than Pakistan everybody else in the region. Would like to see stability and Afghanistan. Okay. So Aaron O'Connell you just heard Thomas Barfield Barfield say we could be working harder on these regional allies in regional players. Do you see that as part of a plan coming out of a potential plan coming out of the White House or the Pentagon? Yes, it's a plan. And it was noted in the president's August twenty seventeen announcement of a new strategy, which wasn't actually new strategy. So a renewed diplomatic effort both with Pakistan and with India, the president's special on voi- who mentioned earlier Zalmay Khalilzad collectively known as all is doing this. And he's doing well, there has been there have been some breakthroughs and some early meetings. But these are all still talks to talk about talking. They are not actual negotiations. You need a bargain that does involve everybody in the region. And the the problem here for the United States is some of our sort of most troublesome states are actually also have an ability to spoil any plans we have for Afghanistan. Iran can spoil. Pakistan can spoil Russia can even spoil. So we need a bargain that involves all of them. That's clear Zoll has been working on that one of the more unfortunate things is in President Trump's cabinet meeting last week. He actually said let's let India and Pakistan and Russia fight it out in Afghanistan that is by far the worst thing any American president could save right now about negotiations in Afghanistan that is while we have national security interests that have to do with the Taliban, and they have to do with the Afghan state and transnational terrorism. The broader national interest global interest is to prevent an actual confrontation between India and Pakistan legal confrontation in Afghanistan. So it is a tricky a needle we're trying to thread here. But it's not impossible. It doesn't just mean. The choices are leave or double down. We have leveraged that we can deploy. And as Dr Barfield noted weirdly enough Iran is actually on the same side. It really comes down to pushing Pakistan and. Pushing the Afghans to reconcile amongst themselves. So we have to get them to some kind of bargain, we have to be more flexible on what we're willing to accept throughout the Obama administration. We had a series of preconditions we have abandoned some of those which I think is wise for even starting talks, but it has to be solved in the region. And we have to use diplomacy which can work if you give it a shot, you know, since you mentioned a what the president said last week at that cabinet meeting. There was another moments which I just we have to take a slight detour to talk about this because it got a lot of people's attention. And since I have to experts with me on the program. I want to get your response to what the president said when he basically mischaracterized to put it lightly the reasons for the Soviet Union's nineteen late nineteen seventies invasion of Afghanistan. Here is what the president said the reason Russia was in Afghanistan was because terrorist we're going into Russia. They were right to be there. The problem is it was a tough fight. And literally they went bankrupt. They went into being called Russia again as opposed to the Soviet Union..

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Grand jury indicts 4 in death of university frat pledge

Atlanta's Morning News

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Grand jury indicts 4 in death of university frat pledge

"Of the drive as your alternate mark mckay wsb must be news time is eight oh two this morning news and here's marcy williams judd update breaking news out of florida the death toll rises from that massive pedestrian bridge collapsed near florida international university this point at least we can confirm six fatalities others are injured miamidade officer alvarado isabelita says this is now a recovery operation witnesses describe tons of concrete smashing onto stopped cars on the tammy trail smashed in the screams that were coming from the car was terrifying the bridge had only been swung into place days ago the ntsb leads the investigation georgia carries out its first execution of the year the jaycees rhonda cook reports carlton gary did not speak or even look at anyone death without ever acknowledging any of the family members who were seated on the front row when we entered the execution chamber he had his eyes closed and never opens them gary was dubbed the stocking strangler after a series of murders in columbus in the seventies rent jury indicts four people in the hazing death of an lsu fraternity pledge from roswell wants to make sure that the messages sent loud and clear that this will not be tolerated wsb legal analyst phil holloway says nineteen year old matthew knock when faces the most serious counts of negligent homicide the others are charged with hazing max gruber's blood alcohol was six times the legal limit when he died last fall the long wait for drivers license since a fifty three year old woman over the edge of the dds office in kennesaw polly barfield allegedly threatens to blow the place up others who've been to that office till channel two action news she's probably just frustrated barfield tells arresting officer's she wasn't serious but she has been charged with making terroristic threats police hunt for the man who set fire to towels of the ross dress for less near the mall stonecrest injuries to import and everyone was able to evacuate the store with no problem but to campfire captain eric jackson tells wsb their significant smoke and water damage police tell us they have video of the suspect from surveillance cameras georgia hires tom green to coach dogs basketball wsb's barlow wyan reports it's a six year nineteen million dollar deal released a statement saying this is a basketball program inside a great university that could compete for championships doing it the.

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