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Why Is Video Podcasting Important?

Brands On Brands On Brands

02:10 min | 4 months ago

Why Is Video Podcasting Important?

"Hey what's up. Everyone welcome to brands on brands. Today we're talking about video podcasting. Thanks for tuning. in noah. Got me going about this episode. Was i thought we don't talk about video enough in the podcasts base. So i actually have a three part series. This is part one. Today's going to be about why we should be using video in podcasting. Why video podcasting is important. And then the next couple episodes will get into more of how to do it. The equipment and the setup and all that stuff but i would start with the like why this is important and and those types of topics but first and foremost brandenburg. Meyer your personal branding coach. I appreciate you guys tuning in each week as we bring you thought leadership especially in the personal branding and marketing space and podcasting specifically as well. Because you guys know that. I'm a big fan of podcasting. I think it's the best and fastest way to help you find your voice. Use your voice and build a brand around the business of you but video podcasting. So that's the topic for today. The reason this close to my heart is. I think for a lot of us. Video could be the goal that could be the final destination but many of us didn't start there because it's intimidating it's difficult. There's a lot of setup involved not only with having to figure out how to look at a camera how to talk to people through a lens and get confident with how you look and how you present yourself on camera but also just the idea of all the setup and technology required to get that done now. obviously when i get through how to set it up. There's easy ways to do this. But i understand barriers understand why that would slow people down. I know when i started. I tried video. I tried blogging. I tried podcasting. Podcasting stuck with me as the one that was easiest for me to be confident every day turning on sitting down and quickly recording something. So i get that i get why you are a podcast. I did not a youtuber. I trust me. However i think that there are a few reasons. We'll go over today. Wipe video should be a part of your podcasting plan from day one

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Ex-Wisconsin pharmacist pleads guilty to vaccine tampering

Mark Levin

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Ex-Wisconsin pharmacist pleads guilty to vaccine tampering

"Hospital pharmacist in Wisconsin has pleaded guilty to ruining hundreds of vaccine doses. Stephen Brandenburg is scheduled to be sentenced in June on two federal counts of attempted tampering with a consumer product. Investigators say Brandenburg left more than 50 vials of a mo during a vaccine for hours outside of a refrigerator on purpose in the play agreement, he admits he believes in conspiracy theories. Including skepticism about vaccines in general. Prosecutors try to get Brandenburg locked up until his sentencing, arguing he had extremist views. The judge didn't agree, but did order Brandenburg to wear a GPS bracelet. The charges carry a maximum combined sentence of 20 years in prison.

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What’s ahead as Trump impeachment trial begins

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:49 min | 7 months ago

What’s ahead as Trump impeachment trial begins

"Today impeachment proceedings against former president. Donald trump begin in the us senate. This comes almost a month after. Congress was by trump supporters. Who wrongly claimed that last year's election was stolen or rigged. Trump is the first ever president in. Us history to be impeached twice. Well for more. I'm joined by thomas gift. Who's the director of the ucla center on us politics. Thomas it's great to have you back on the program Firstly there's a role over whether trying trump for impeachment is within the constitution as the penalty for impeachment conviction is being removed from office and trump's already left the post. So what's your reading on that while this is going to be one of the primary arguments that republicans proffer in the impeachment trial. And in fact. I think it provides them with a relatively easy exit option. In fact they really don't even have to engage in the merits of the case. They'll simply sidestep it and rationalize a vote to acquit based on this very controversial clam. The president's can't be impeached once they leave office and so in many ways. I think that it makes the outcome of this case fairly inevitable back at the end of january forty five. Republican senators in fact voted to render the trial unconstitutional. that was struck down by democrats. But even so there's really nothing stopping republicans now continuing to make that argument and to cast a vote predicated on this assumption that this entire process is not legal. But is that true is that right. What does the constitution say about it. Well it is very dependent on whether you take strict construction est or plain reading of the text or if you kind of view it in a more holistic sense it is quite controversial. I'm not illegal scholar Claims have been made by legitimate lawyers. On both sides ultimately democrats really have control here because they have a majority in Both the house and the senate which is why impeachment trial has gone on. But it really does depend on kind of whether you take a very Hyper Literalist meaning of the text. So it begins today. What should we expect what happens as it starts. Well i mean basically what it will look like is a trial. Both sides are going to offer their sides and then ultimately republicans and democrats are going to act as kind of jurors in this process So i think from the republican side They're going to talk a lot about the first amendment. We're going hear about this. One thousand nine hundred sixty nine supreme court case brandenburg be ohio which essentially stated that speech is constitutionally protected and less that speech is directed to or inciting producing Imminent violence trump's team will say that if you look at the plane meeting of trump's speech on january six with which led up to the capital insurrection that he's asking his supporters for election integrity to fight for election integrity in general sense and not explicitly calling for violence at the capitol. Democrats will counter by saying in essence that context matters and trump should have reasonably envisioned that his fiery speech especially the tensions resulting from his insistence. Stolen election could provoke violence. They'll also argue that trump doesn't need to clearly violate the law to be impeached because not all impeachable acts need to be criminal So democrats will convince themselves. I think of that clan but republicans won't be swayed

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Wisconsin pharmacist Accused Of Tampering With COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Charged With Misdemeanor

America's First News

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

Wisconsin pharmacist Accused Of Tampering With COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Charged With Misdemeanor

"A Wisconsin pharmacist accused of trying to spoil dozens of vials of covert 19 vaccine has been charged with attempted misdemeanor property damage. What's considered a light charge, but Prosecutors did warn more serious charges could follow. They say 46 year old Stephen Brandenburg, trying tow ruin enough vaccine to inoculate Maurer than 500

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Wisconsin pharmacist charged in attempt to ruin COVID-19 vaccine

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Wisconsin pharmacist charged in attempt to ruin COVID-19 vaccine

"Former Aurora pharmacist accused of tampering with covert 19 vaccines is being formally charged this afternoon. Stephen Brandenburg of graft and is charged with attempted criminal damage to property. It's a misdemeanor. He's free on a $10,000 signature bond expected in court this afternoon. Brandenburg admitted to intentionally removing over 50 vials of the vaccine from refrigeration,

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"brandenburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 8 months ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"What I worry about deeply is the impact of impeachment on the First Amendment for 100 years, the Supreme Court another course have struggled to develop a juris Prudence, which distinguishes between Advocacy and incitement. And in the leading case of Brandenburg vs Ohio Ah, unanimous decision. The Supreme Court basically said that what President Trump said on Wednesday as Muchas I disapprove of it in many people disapprove it on its merits is protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution. And more specifically quoting from the case. According to Brandenburg vs Ohio 3 95 U S. 44. 1969 case dealing with some horrific speech by the way by some goofball member of the Ku Klux Klan and his and his in his his cowardly pals back in 1964. Speech cannot be punished. Speech cannot be punished. Unless that speech quote. Directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action. And I don't think that the language the president used I think the context in which to used it was Uh, reckless. But I don't think that that rises to the level of Brandenburg vs Ohio So having set the stage it is now your opportunity to walk onto the stage. Take the microphone and tell me what you think about all of this. We're probably going to be hit. Be talking about this for three hours. We'll be having trouble getting through. 617254 10 30 Tripoli 9 to 9 10 30. Either of those lines will get you through. And ladies, we have a couple of lines dedicated to our women collars in this program. Our listeners 617931 10 3, all points of your welcome whether you agree with me or with Nancy Pelosi or with Alan Dershowitz. Well, you have a different take. All points of view are welcome. All points of view will be respected as long as you're willing to engage in a conversation and you don't Engage in racial divisions as bill from Mattapan tried to in the first hour coming right back on Nightside Nightside with Dan Ray WBZ Boston's news radio. The.

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Pharmacist allegedly had false belief vaccine would change DNA

America's First News

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Pharmacist allegedly had false belief vaccine would change DNA

"Pharmacist, meanwhile, convinced the world was crashing down, told police he tried to ruin hundreds of doses of Corona virus vaccine because he thought the shots would mutate People's DNAs to That, according to court documents released Monday, a detective riding in a probable cause statement that does Stephen Brandenburg is an admitted that conspiracy theorist. He appeared in court Monday. Law enforcement was alerted to this on December 30th by or hospital. Detect this. Other one really discussed this with one of their investigators who Ford them an email from the defendant where He gave a statement that he'd removed these miles from refrigeration. He done so in two occasions is intent on doing so was to render them inert because he'd formed this belief that they were unsafe. But the Arnie Method of creating these medications rendered them unsafe. Mr Brandenburg in order you released on a $10,000 signature bond. While you're subject to the terms and conditions of bail set by this court, you are not to, uh, work or be employed in any health care related function, including serving as a pharmacist. Also not to have any contact with Aurora. Or any of your Aurora co workers. Misinformation around the vaccines has surged online with false claims circulating on everything from ingredients toe possible side effects.

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"brandenburg" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on AP News

"The last line of defense. Now I must preface that base saying because they'll say he just concede it. No, I'm Jackie Quinn. New York City Critical care nurse Sandra Lindsay is the first health care professional in the country to get the second dose of the Corona virus vaccine. She's fully vaccinated now and has advice for those who might not be sure they want to get the shot speak to experts speak to healthcare per professionals. Don't listen to hear say and let us all do our parts. Um, eyes are civil responsibility in a crisis to just band together and get through this nurse Sandra Lindsay in New York broadcaster Larry King has Cove in 19 and is hospitalized in Los Angeles. But he's improving, says a spokesman, who says he's out of intensive care. The leader of the proud boys has been arrested in Washington accused of burning a black lives matter banner that was torn down from a historic black church in downtown D. C last month. This is AP News Now to that pharmacist accused of spoiling Corona virus vaccine doses, the AP said. Donahues got this. The hospital pharmacist in Wisconsin, accused of ruining doses of a Corona virus vaccine appear before a judge. The 57 vials of the modern A vaccine Stephen Brandenburg is accused of ruining were believed to be able to inoculate more than 500 People. Prosecutor Adam Garrel says Brandenburg wanted to render them inert because he'd formed this belief that they were unsafe. But the Arnie Method of creating these medications rendered them unsafe. Gerald didn't explain why you thought it was unsafe. The Food and Drug Administration says the vaccine side effects are mostly mild, Garrel added. Brandenburg was upset because he was in the midst of a divorce and a hospital employee said Brandenburg had taken a gun to work twice. He has been fired. The FBI and the FDA are also investigating. I'm Ed Donahue and I'm Rita Foley. AP News two wins would lead to a 50 50 split in the Senate as vice president Kamila Harris would also be the Senate's presiding officer. Bandits tie breaking vote? Combined with the Democrats House majority, it would lead to a much easier path for then President Biden to enact his agenda. The GOP needs just one win between incumbent senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler to hold the majority that would force then President Biden to deal with divided government since Democrats hold the House. If John Asaf and Raphael Warnock win the two run offs, the Senate would be split. 50 50 and Democrats would have the tie breaking vote in Vice president.

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Wisconsin pharmacist tried to destroy COVID-19 vaccine doses because he believed it would mutate people’s DNA

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Wisconsin pharmacist tried to destroy COVID-19 vaccine doses because he believed it would mutate people’s DNA

"Pharmacist who admitted to destroying over 500 doses of Corona virus vaccine is free on a $10,000 signature bond. Steven Brandenburg charged with criminal damage and reckless endangerment. Ozaki County, Wisconsin district Attorney Adam Gerald says Brandenburg explain why he did it. He gave a statement that he'd removed These miles from refrigeration. He done so on two occasions is intent on doing so was to render them inert because he'd formed this belief that they were unsafe. Specifically, Brandenburg thought the vaccine could cause mutations in human didna,

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Prosecutor: Wisconsin pharmacist thought vaccine was unsafe

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Prosecutor: Wisconsin pharmacist thought vaccine was unsafe

"Prosecutors has AH hospital pharmacist accused of destroying about 500 doses of a covert 19 vaccine, says the pharmacist. Thanks the vaccine is unsafe. Current block of member station W. U. W M reports on a court hearing held today. Police say Steven Brandenburg twice deliberately left 57 vials of the modern, A brand vaccine outside required refrigeration. At the Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, Wisconsin. Ozaki County district attorney Adam Garrel told an arraignment hearing that Brandenburg wanted the vaccine rendered inert. Because he performed this belief that they were unsafe, but they are any method of creating these medications were under them unsafe. Carol says there's probable cause to move ahead with a charge of attempted criminal damage to property. But he says the vials have to be tested before he can say the vaccine was destroyed or reduced in efficacy.

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Prosecutor: Wisconsin pharmacist thought vaccine was unsafe

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Prosecutor: Wisconsin pharmacist thought vaccine was unsafe

"The hospital pharmacist in Wisconsin accused of ruining doses of a corona virus vaccine appear before a judge the fifty seven vials of the mode during a vaccine Stephen branded bird is accused of ruining were believed to be able to inoculate more than five hundred people prosecutor Adam Garrel says Brandenberg wanted to render them inert because he'd form this belief that they were unsafe for the army method of creating these medications rendered them unsafe Carol didn't explain why he thought it was on safe the food and drug administration says the vaccine side effects are mostly mild Garrel added Brandenburg was upset because he was in the midst of a divorce and a hospital employee said Brandenburg at taking a gun to work twice he has been fired the F. B. I. in the FDA are also investigating I'm at Donahue

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Wisconsin pharmacist accused of trying to destroy vaccine is 'conspiracy theorist,' authorities say

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Wisconsin pharmacist accused of trying to destroy vaccine is 'conspiracy theorist,' authorities say

"Pharmacist told police he tried to ruin hundreds of doses of Corona virus vaccine. Because he thought the shots would mutate People's didna police and graft in that's about 20, miles north of Milwaukee, arrested pharmacist Stephen Brandenburg last week. This followed an investigation into 57 spoiled vials of the modern A vaccine. Ah, prosecutor said during a virtual hearing today that Brandenburg believed the vaccine was unsafe Detective same court documents he wasn't admitted conspiracy theories. Theorist. Health experts say there is no truth to claims that vaccines can genetically modify humans for 51.

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Prosecutor: Wisconsin pharmacist thought vaccine was unsafe

Eddie and Rocky

02:32 min | 9 months ago

Prosecutor: Wisconsin pharmacist thought vaccine was unsafe

"Then you have this knucklehead pharmacist in Wisconsin. I believe it was Mark. Crime alert. Is that correct? Yeah. Wisconsin in a suburb of Milwaukee. So what exactly was this fellow's point? And what did he do? Yes, So he was arrested by police. He worked at a roar, a medical center just north of Milwaukee, and he was a pharmacist that he's been a pharmacist in Wisconsin since 1997. His name is Steven Brandenburg. We actually learned that today as he made his first court appearance, but basically what he's accused of doing. Is right around Christmas time having taken 500 more than 500 doses of modernist vaccine out of the refrigeration system that their captain because these vaccines are kept it very cold temperatures. So authorities say that he took those doses out of the refrigeration unit. Let them stay out of that River Gery Operation unit with the intention of of deliberately spoiling them, according to prosecutors. On. So he has been arrested and now facing two charges, one criminal damage charge and a second degree recklessly endangering safety because Not only were these doses left out, according to authorities, but then he put them back into the refrigeration system. And they were actually administered to people the yet the 57 people, So the understanding is that the doses that were left out Rather than becoming a particularly dangerous Health officials are saying that it does appear that they may b'more unearth essentially that they're kind of worthless, right, right right that it's not that they, you know, spoil and become particularly dangerous is the understanding at this point, but that they are basically useless. So, uh, this guy's facing these charges, and we actually learned today. The big question since he was arrested was, uh, you know, well, first off, Who is it because they didn't release his name until today, but second box was why Why would you do this? Well, apparently, prosecutors said during this hearing That he decided to do this and prosecutor said he readily admitted to doing it. But he did so because he felt that the Type of technology behind this vaccine is not safe. And so he did it out of some sounds like some You may perhaps misguided, altruistic sense that he would prevent of these vaccines, you know, from unsafe vaccines in his opinion from being administered, however, as we know some of the doses were, in fact administered. So

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Berlin police forcefully disperse virus protesters

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Berlin police forcefully disperse virus protesters

"German police have fired water cannons at the demonstrators in downtown Berlin protesting coronavirus restrictions you'll forty say the use of water can happened off to the crowd refused to listen to pleas entreaties to wear masks and keep their distance from another in line with regulations as the kinds shot into the crowd outside the landmark Brandenburg gate police in riot gear moved through the crowd carrying away some protesters some through fireworks and flares in response thousands of rotted as lawmakers debate a bill that would strengthen officials ability to impose coronavirus restrictions I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"brandenburg" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

03:54 min | 11 months ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"Some happened and i cannot believe that i am about to say this. Say what is it going to be. It can't be as unbelievable as what i think. You're going to tell me. I think it might be berlin. Brandenburg airport finally open. How it finally. it's only eternity late will. What's the official number of years late. This report. I think it's a an changed almost nine years late. I think it's years late nine years late. Billions of euros over budget. The airline it was built to be a home hub for hasn't existed in three years. Air berlin is long gone into the dust of the history books of aviation and had the opening go. Let's just say that the inaugural ceremonial opening of the airport went just about as well as the construction period and previous nine years. Well no i. It went better than that. Actually i mean it has to a gun better than that. It's pointing landed in billions of euros. Evaporate it. They didn't accidentally land in new berlin wisconsin. Or something like that but no it was on brand show. He say the plan had been for parallel arrivals on the two runways for an easy jet flight and aloof tons of flight and the flight numbers were written such that. It noted that it was the thirty first of october in the year. Twenty twenty it was easyjet. Three one one zero and lufthansa twenty twenty. They were supposed to touch down at the exact same moment and ceremonially open the airport. The weather had other plans as the weather often does. There was poor weather and they had to all land on a single runway one after the other but that was fine they landed they taxied. They gonna water cannon salute. It'll look nice. Will picture that in the show notes because it does a good water. cannon salutes. always nice thing. we're met something. I know i've seen this raised before and i'm also a little confused. Why they weren't able to conduct a parallel rent landing on these two runways when they're spaced out more than a mile apart from each other. That's a question. I'd like to see if somebody can answer as why. They couldn't conduct a parallel landing. When the runways are are not all that close together it's not like newark. Sfo where running literally one hundred feet apart from each other. What happened here. What i heard from a few people. And i haven't been able to confirm this so there might be some gray area in here as the categories of the aisle system on the other runway whether or not it can support the particular conditions that they found themselves in that may have had something to do with it. But if you've got an authoritative source by all means drop us a note at podcast at if our two four dot com or if you've been in the airport i know we've got a few emails over the years that inform us on the progress of the opening of the. I know it's been a kind of a joke. Among those who follow these sorts of but i was being generous. I know that has been the laughing. Stock of the industry's air better okay. But it's open and they begin their first real operations later this week. Where were the kind of move. Everybody things like so. It happened so we have to pick something else to point

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Berlin’s Brandenburg Airport is open!

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

03:54 min | 11 months ago

Berlin’s Brandenburg Airport is open!

"Some happened and i cannot believe that i am about to say this. Say what is it going to be. It can't be as unbelievable as what i think. You're going to tell me. I think it might be berlin. Brandenburg airport finally open. How it finally. it's only eternity late will. What's the official number of years late. This report. I think it's a an changed almost nine years late. I think it's years late nine years late. Billions of euros over budget. The airline it was built to be a home hub for hasn't existed in three years. Air berlin is long gone into the dust of the history books of aviation and had the opening go. Let's just say that the inaugural ceremonial opening of the airport went just about as well as the construction period and previous nine years. Well no i. It went better than that. Actually i mean it has to a gun better than that. It's pointing landed in billions of euros. Evaporate it. They didn't accidentally land in new berlin wisconsin. Or something like that but no it was on brand show. He say the plan had been for parallel arrivals on the two runways for an easy jet flight and aloof tons of flight and the flight numbers were written such that. It noted that it was the thirty first of october in the year. Twenty twenty it was easyjet. Three one one zero and lufthansa twenty twenty. They were supposed to touch down at the exact same moment and ceremonially open the airport. The weather had other plans as the weather often does. There was poor weather and they had to all land on a single runway one after the other but that was fine they landed they taxied. They gonna water cannon salute. It'll look nice. Will picture that in the show notes because it does a good water. cannon salutes. always nice thing. we're met something. I know i've seen this raised before and i'm also a little confused. Why they weren't able to conduct a parallel rent landing on these two runways when they're spaced out more than a mile apart from each other. That's a question. I'd like to see if somebody can answer as why. They couldn't conduct a parallel landing. When the runways are are not all that close together it's not like newark. Sfo where running literally one hundred feet apart from each other. What happened here. What i heard from a few people. And i haven't been able to confirm this so there might be some gray area in here as the categories of the aisle system on the other runway whether or not it can support the particular conditions that they found themselves in that may have had something to do with it. But if you've got an authoritative source by all means drop us a note at podcast at if our two four dot com or if you've been in the airport i know we've got a few emails over the years that inform us on the progress of the opening of the. I know it's been a kind of a joke. Among those who follow these sorts of but i was being generous. I know that has been the laughing. Stock of the industry's air better okay. But it's open and they begin their first real operations later this week. Where were the kind of move. Everybody things like so. It happened so we have to pick something else to point

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Germany promises Elon Musk full support to get Tesla's Berlin plant ready

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Germany promises Elon Musk full support to get Tesla's Berlin plant ready

"Moving onto the stock, then volatile day for the Nasdaq and for Tesla Tesla finished down five point eight percent on the day to four hundred and forty seven dollars thirty seven cents. So just a bit above where the split happened at around four forty two but that did compared to the Nasdaq finishing up one percent today. So this provides a good illustration of the potential downsides of the at the market structure that Tesla has employed for this potential up to five. Billion, dollar capillaries that we had talked about yesterday. The stock is now down about ten percent from when that agreement was put in place, which demonstrates the risk of not just raising at that fixed price at the time. Of course, with the structure, you have to be comfortable with that risk and presumably not wanting to raise that money badly enough to do it at a lower price and status giving yourself the option if the price stays at that level or goes. Hi. I'm not sure currently on whether we get any sort of updates or when we get updates on whether or not Tesla has issued new shares as a part of that equity distribution agreement. So I'll try to do a little bit more digging on that but if anyone has the insight on that, please let me know for now though because the stock has fallen would be surprised if they have acted on that and issued any new shares we did have just. A couple of pieces of news specifically related to the stock today one is from significant Tesla investor Baillie Gifford. An investment firm that has for a long time held greater than five percent of the outstanding shares up Tesla stock that five percent level requires additional disclosures around trades with the SEC. So in an SEC, filing baillie Gifford has disclosed that their ownership stake in. Tesla has dropped below five percent of the company. I would assume the selling has been happening for. As has been dramatically rising, of course. So for firms that already had a significant portion of their portfolios in Tesla, it just becomes too overweight and they end up trimming it back to add more diversification to their portfolio. See the same sort of stuff from our best Baillie differed managing partner James Anderson said quote. The substantial increase in share price means that we needed to reduce our holding in order to reflect concentration guidelines which restrict the weight of a single stock in clans portfolios. However, we intend to remain significant shareholders for many years. Ahead, we remain very optimistic. About the future of the company, Tesla no longer faces any difficulty in raising capital at scale from outside sources, but should there be serious setbacks and share price. We would welcome the opportunity to once again increase our shareholding. We are privileged to have been decimals largest external shareholder over a period for the development of the company. We are mentally grateful for the extraordinary efforts and achievements of Tesla and driving forward a transportation and energy revolution in the face of persistent skepticism and often downright hostility without tussles efforts. The possibility of hurting climate disaster would have been significantly reduced and. So pretty strong statement there from Anderson I think safe to say that Baillie Gifford is not reducing their position Tesla due to any perceived weakness in the company rather just their funds management structure. In other news on the SOX Today Bank of America analyst Jon Murphy has increased his price target from three hundred, fifty dollars per share to five hundred and fifty dollars per share I believe that the second highest now on the street in terms of a base case Murphy noted the strength into the underlying business that the high stock price affords. Tesla. Saying that it creates A. Positive feedback loop due to the low cost of capital that Tesla has available to it. Through follow on offerings I would definitely agree with that positive feedback loop that helps Tesla not only raise capital, but it should help them get better terms on debt perceived strength of the business by the market can help desolate negotiations with suppliers. Again, especially, help confidence in customers Tesla's can exist going. Forward to service their vehicles, if they do decide to purchase and hey, it's probably helped a lot of investors be able to afford the product, which is also not a bad thing i. think the downside is that with a high stock price, there's potentially less upside available. So it can be a little bit more difficult to acquire talented recruit talent because you don't really have that one. Hundred X upside in the stock anymore like you might add twenty billion or thirty billion. There are offsets to that too though of course, some of that reduced upside comes alongside reduced risk, which is also important in making career decisions anyway back to the Bank of America note, despite the two hundred dollar price target increased to five fifty Murphy does maintain a neutral rating on the stock. Last thing today's quick update on a musk being in Germany. As we said earlier this week he's there for Giga Berlin meetings as well as with cure vac and Bloomberg has shared a couple updates from those Giga Berlin meetings according to Bloomberg. Meyer who is the German? Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy told musk quote. We are very proud of your car plant and Brandenburg and we wish you good luck with that. You'll have every assistance you need and. Bloomberg also notes that construction thus far has progressed relatively smoothly I think we're all pretty aware of that and they write quote a summer twenty, twenty, one production start is still the goal Brandenburg's premier Dima Vodka said in an email statement and.

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Thousands march in Berlin against coronavirus curbs

News, Traffic and Weather

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands march in Berlin against coronavirus curbs

"Thousands protested in the German capital Berlin against Corona virus restrictions, including the mandatory wearing of facemasks. Robert F. Kennedy Junior addressed a crowd of tens of thousands near the iconic Brandenburg Gate.

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Thousands form human chain in Berlin against racism

TED Radio Hour

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands form human chain in Berlin against racism

"In Germany thousands of people have taken to the streets and anti racism protest for the second weekend in a row as as me Nicholson reports demonstrators observed covert nineteen physical distancing measures anti racist demonstrators formed a human chain through Berlin on Sunday that's run more than five miles from the Brandenburg gate to the borough of my code standing six feet apart participants links themselves to each other using ribbons forming what organizes cooled a ribbon of solidarity according to police estimates five thousand people took part according to the organizes there were twenty thousand the German capital has recently lifted coronavirus restrictions on the size of demonstrations for NPR news I'm as Medical Center in

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Thousands form human chain in Berlin against racism

TED Radio Hour

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands form human chain in Berlin against racism

"In Germany thousands of people have taken to the streets and anti racism protest for the second weekend in a row as as me Nicholson reports demonstrators observed hope with nineteen physical distancing measures anti racist demonstrators formed a human chain through Berlin on Sunday that's run more than five miles from the Brandenburg gate to the borough of my code standing six feet apart participants links themselves to each other using ribbons forming what organizes cooled a ribbon of solidarity according to police estimates five thousand people took part according to the organizes there were twenty thousand the German capital has recently lifted coronavirus restrictions on the size of

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Seattle's University of Washington Medicine announces furlough of 4,000 union workers

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle's University of Washington Medicine announces furlough of 4,000 union workers

"U. W. medicine has concluded bargaining with its labor unions and will continue to move ahead with temporary furloughs involving thousands of workers president Lisa Brandenburg says it's a tough decision but it has to be done we are making a number of cost reductions in other areas and unfortunately for Lowe's is part of that four thousand unionized workers and fifteen hundred non union employees face furloughs U. W. medicine looks to close a five hundred million dollar shortfall resulting from the corona virus

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"brandenburg" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"That's the opening to the fifth of six Brandenburg Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach. Why start with number five well first of all the concerto numbers don't really have anything to do with the order in which. Bach wrote them. The Fifth Brandenburg Concerto features a Harpsichord and the story of the Brandenburg concertos begins with a trip. That Johann Sebastian Bach took to pick out a new HARPSICHORD for the prince whose court orchestra he conducted. There are actually three solo instruments in the Brandenburg Concerto number five Harpsichord violin and flute. The harpsichord is an ancestor of the piano. But as you can hear it doesn't sound the same. That's because Harpsichord strings are plucked by teeny tiny. Quills in a piano. The sound is made by hitting the strings with small felt covered hammers. Here's a spot where the harpsichord plays alone. So you can hear it while he was on his trip looking at Harpsichord he met Chris. Jon Ludvig the Margrave of the province. That's like a state of Brandenburg. Margrave is a fancy title. They used to give to military governors of German provinces. The margrave of Brandenburg had his own orchestra and when he found out. Bach was a composer. He said he wouldn't mind hearing some of his work. Only own okay. There's the Brandenburg Concerto number one. It has a really huge group of Solo instruments. Seven in all Bach was thrilled that the Margrave was interested in his music. He thought there might be a good job prospect for him in Brandenburg so he pulled together a set of concertos mostly stuff he'd already written for the orchestra he conducted and sent them off with a very flowery letter to the Margrave the Brandenburg Concerto Number. Three IS FOR THREE SETS OF STRING. Instruments Violins violas and cellos. It's a good thing. Bach didn't hold his breath waiting for an answer from the margrave because he never got one in fact the margrave probably never even looked at these beautiful concertos. What A DOOFUS. Part of the problem may have been that his orchestra wasn't as big as the one baulk road them for so the Margaret didn't have the musicians to play them but he could have at least sent a thank you note. That's the six Brandenburg Concerto. It's also just for strings given the Margrave of Brandenburg's rudeness. You can bet that. Bach didn't name his concertos Brandenburg years. After he died one of Bach's biographers attached the name to them and obviously it stuck Bach called his pieces concertos for a variety of instruments which is a pretty good description since each one is written a different instrumental combination. The Brandenburg Concerto Number. Four has a small group of soloists two flutes or recorders and a violin. It's the violin that really gets to show off especially towards the end of the peace..

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"brandenburg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The eastern states of Brandenburg and Saxony Berg's Raymond college joins me now live from Berlin raiment why did the ruling coalition to pass it than expected well I think we need to put things into context if you look at what they have in the in the previous election in two thousand fourteen the populace actually did very well they almost doubled their numbers and and the ruling coalition parties lost significantly however you are right in the sense that that during during the last couple of days and weeks polls and such that suggested that the populace could even when they didn't in part because our government Angela Merkel's government moved into the local elections promised a lot of money infrastructure part of the the the former east the former communist east is is requires a lot of investment in in rows railway the tenor of that was promised and then there were also reports revealing links between the populist and some strange movements of neo **** movement and that didn't go over well with with voters either what's next for medical well I think it is the the they may have they she may have bar so some time with these elections but these issues are going away it's very frail coalition that she has between the social Democrats in their own more conservative conservative Christian Democrats there's another election coming up in the fall in the same region entering G. and by December the social Democrats have said they will decide if they're staying or going they go through the dense would be a snap election and potentially the end of a very very long range for and you know Michael thanks Raymond Collett thank you very much for all the latest the iPhone Berlin will be updating you with that story throughout the morning please sell patrolling key Hong Kong subway stations today after calls for more protests to disrupt the city's transport network if the news another weekend of violent clashes between demonstrators and police in Mali reports on Saturday protesters hurled.

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"brandenburg" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

THE BRENDON SHOW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

"Brandenburg and welcome to a best of edition of the brendan show off these best of episodes feature training that i have done live sometimes online tens of thousands of people or live on stage or i was speaking on some stages across the world or these might be some of my monthly training training programs and highlights of those that i do every single month with our monthly students so i know you're going to really enjoy these because these are a little bit more of a deep dive look at some of my training as a personal professional development trainer. I've focused so much on helping you find that deeper level of motivation and start practicing some of those high performance ms habits. Will you hear me talk about many concepts in these special episodes here. These are my best of trainings only and exclusively.

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"brandenburg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Started. Hi, michael. How are you? Tuck afternoon. Mr. Limbaugh, so cool to talk to you. Thank you, sir. Very much. Hey point for me to call in is, you know, I'm stats finance numbers guy. And I'm looking at these poll numbers and Trump has reform five percent with negative ninety percent press next excited because when we look at the same time he had ninety percent positive press and his numbers are down. In addition to that, these polls still skew heavily as democrat likely voters. So he's in great shape. And I don't know what they're gonna do to take him down. I don't think they do either. I honestly, and they're not gonna stop trying. I think they thought I'm being redundant here. But I really think they thought that he'd be gone by now, I know these do not doubt me everything they're doing now is territory. They never thought they would have tried Trump was going to be gone are. So damning. By now that he was be still an office. He's so ineffective that. Wouldn't be able to get anything done. And they are so far from having pulled that off. Now, Trump is re ordering the entire world order on trade with the terrorists that he is applying on Chinese exports imports to the United States. And you know, some of the strangest things are happening now yesterday on that score. Of all people Chuck Schumer signalled his agreement with trumpet something had to be done to fix this trade imbalance with China comes and people said doesn't mean that this is a setup it's a setup. I had people telling me this is just Schumer trying to urge Trump on because people don't like this isn't going to hurt the economy. It's going to make things more expensive at Democrats want Trump to screw up. Then today. On CNBC Steve Bannon appeared from the Brandenburg Gate in Germany, and he proceeded to pretty much explain what I explained this previous week about what Trump is doing. And how it's working what the reasons for dealing with the Chinese. Are at why they have to be dealt with this way. He detailed the thirty year history. Exactly as I have done for you this week, the one thing that he didn't do. And I think this is key. The one thing that everything van said was right on the money about what Trump is doing. How he's doing it. What what the net positive impact is going to be. But the one thing that he didn't explain was why this arrangement has been the way it is for thirty years. Why have we had this trade imbalance and not with the tchaykovsky? But with a lot of other nations around the world. Why has the United States permitted this unfairness? And understanding that is understanding is the key to understanding the Trump presidency, essentially what Donald Trump is saying not just to the child. But to the world, we are no longer going to apologize for being so rich and powerful. We're not going to apologize for being a superpower. Whether we're the only one or not. We are not that are pockets picked just to show that we're nice people or just to show that we don't intend anybody any harm, and we're not gonna let enemies take advantage of us. Just so they don't drop bombs on us. In other words, this defensive almost guilt Laden posture that members of both parties doesn't matter Republican democrat administrations of all dealt with the child calms and other nations from this position of g were sorry. That we're the lone superpower, we don't intend you any ill will. We we hope you don't nuke totally defensive, and when I say Laden with guilt, I'm not really exaggerating people feeling guilty that we have so much. Somebody's other nations have sold. It'll and we don't want him to think we're lauding anything over them. And what Trump is saying is that those days are over. We're not gonna let enemies take advantage of us. We're not going to do things just to show that we're nice guys. We're going to start looking out for our interests. I we're going to take care of ourselves. But we're going to be fair with everybody. And as we do. Well. So we'll everybody else because we're the good guys. It's that simple. But that's part of this. That has to be understood now, keeping you connected with the latest views..

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"brandenburg" Discussed on WARRIOR WEALTH

WARRIOR WEALTH

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on WARRIOR WEALTH

"I started to value my marriage the same way i started value my clients instead of looking my marriage as this thing that was in the way of getting to the thing i started looking at my marriage as the place to invest the same thing came to my clients i started looking at my clients not as a one off transaction i started asking myself what would it take to keep this client for life now i'm not saying you're going to keep your clients for life but what i am saying is there has to be a shift in where you see the value being created once you sell something there's a stewardship the falls upon your shoulders to deliver and that value ladder that you deliver on and the packaging and position i'm going to get to an second drives the pricing and drives the fantasy and connection of that prospect or that client to you to your brand and to the movement that you're taking a span for you want your brand to be labeled as cheap fucking bastard with shitty ask sandwiches in the back in shitty hotel shitty tables and shitty lighting and shitty chairs and even though you're content might be amazing the message you're sending to your client is i don't give a shit that's how i felt most events i will go to i would pay shitload of money for something and the only person i've ever gone to who's event i felt like really represented to people i went to russell brunson and i went to brandenburg sean both of their events i've felt like here guys who give who are putting their money where their mouth is they're investing in quality and they were examples to me and brandenburg yard was the first example to me forever be grateful montage life for the time i got to spend training with it because of so many things that he taught me that had nothing to do with what the content was but how he chose to operate.

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"brandenburg" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on TechStuff

"Ago that was considered to be a really sizable file i mean an enormous file and so if you wanted to find a way to distribute digital audio so it didn't take up too much space you had to figure out how you could compress those files and make them smaller make them more manageable and now we can finally get back to germany and hair brandenburg you thought we left him behind we didn't he was just part of a flashback so let's go to the mp three first of all it gets his name from the motion picture experts group also known as impact it was part of a project that impact was doing that was looking at ways of compressing audio along with the work that they were doing with video files it's actually named after the process that they developed called impac audio layer three so yes there was a layer one in a layer two layer three he was a refinement of the approach and was the one that was actually successful in the market now brandenburg was working with an instructor he was pursuing brandenburg was pursuing a phd at the time and trying to come up with a practical means of transmitting digital audio across phone lines and in the process he began to experiment with algorithms that can take digital audio information and determine which bits are significant anything that was deemed insignificant could be discarded so the thinking was that information we cannot perceive as human beings is worthless there's no point in preserving it in an audio file format is just taking up space that we can't even perceive when we play it back so there's no reason to replicate it there's no reason to record it leave it out and that way you could compress digital audio files or to put it another way if the algorithm determined that a sound was outside the range of human hearing it would drop it from the coding process.

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"brandenburg" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

THE BRENDON SHOW

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

"It's brandenburg sarin and welcome to a special episode the brendan show in this episode i'm going to play for you a section of the audio book of my book highperformance habits how extraordinary people become that way and i'm gonna play for you a practice that will ultimately help you become a higher performer in anything that you're doing whether it's related your health or your career or the positive life outcomes this practice that will really serve you and i'm going to be releasing a series of these so that you can get a taste of the book but also whether you have the booker you don't have the book you can put these practices into your life to develop the habits that matter the most that's ultimately what my book is about and become so well known for highperformance habits is the result and the findings of the world's largest study of highperformers ever done over one hundred ninety countries reporting in or two million data points an unbelievable amount of research over a threeyear period with me and academic research teams to find the strongest correlations we could of which habits led to longterm success and they were also healthy there are also happy they also had positive relationships and that's the magic of it all writing highperformance isn't just about getting ahead for chievements sake it's ultimately about a distinction of a new way to strive so that you do reach the next level of success but this time you do it more same healthier more happier and you enjoy the process you can't succeed longterm that is what this book is about it tells you exactly which habits make the most difference and we break it down each had it into three different practices now this audio excerpt today for you is one of those practices and please just listen follow the problems put it this either mindset or philosophy or tactic into your life and you'll see a total change so i'll be releasing a series of these for you in upcoming.

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"brandenburg" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

THE BRENDON SHOW

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

"Hey my friend it's brandenburg chard and welcome to a special episode of the brendan show in this episode ongoing way for you a section of the audio book of my book highperformance had its how extraordinaire people become that way and i'm gonna play for you a practice that will ultimately help you become a higher performer in anything that you're doing whether it's related your health or your career or the positive life outcomes this practice that will really serve you and i'm going to be releasing a series of these so that you can get a taste of the book but also whether you out in the book or you don't have the book you can put these practices into your life to develop the habits that matter the most that's ultimately what my book is about as become so well known for highperformance habits is the result and the findings of the world's largest study of highperformers ever done or one hundred ninety countries reporting in or two million data points an unbelievable amount of research over three year period with me an academic research teams to find the strongest correlations we could of which habits led to longterm success and they were also healthy there are also happy they also had positive relationships and that's the magic of it all right highperformance isn't just about getting ahead for chievements sake it's ultimately about a distinction of a new way to strive so that you do reach the next level of success but this time you do it more same healthier more happier and you enjoy the process you can't succeed longterm that is what this book is about it tells you exactly which habits make the most difference and we break it down each had into three different practices now this audio exer today for you is one of those practices and please just listen follow the problems put it this other mindset or philosophy or tactic into your life and you'll see a total change.

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"brandenburg" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on Here & Now

"President trump's first high level meeting today in hamburg germany is with the host of the upcoming g twenty summit german chancellor angela merkel the two of tangled over policy the white house says the president looks forward to helping chancellor merckel make the summit a success merckel is downplaying expectations that the us and germany concern mount their differences and there are many differences on defense spending trade and climate change asked me nicholson has a report invalid the us embassy sits in prime position right next to the brandenburg gate former us presidents reagan clinton and a bomber of all spoken in front of the famous landmark but since medical suggested in a campaign speech that europe can no longer fully rely on america and since trump announced his withdrawal from the paris climate accord the star spangled banner outside the embassy flies in what some professed to be the wind of change sheltering from that wind under the brandenburg gate is sixty six year old edgar gontha futsu lungu to lauch over merely copper lazne we've depended on america over military support for far too long were used to thinking that americans will straighten everything out that's a mistake 58 gerald christina villiger agrees but she also take some bridget trump's angry tweets about japanese exports plus can i think there are namakonha decontamiation influx of can can it's not our fault crunch we work for it with our own hands if the americans stopped consuming so much and started producing more maybe they'd see some experts success too.

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"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

American Antigravity

03:20 min | 8 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

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"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

American Antigravity

03:15 min | 8 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

"So that's within a few percent and I published this result at the state to conference. Under the sponsorship of Morning Star Physics in March and that mass number was not known with any degree of certainty until July. I actually predicted to before was known. And I'm very proud of that and know always grateful to palmer add Morgan Boardman sponsorship for that research they supported me financially to do that research and encourage that. And we got the higgs bows on four months before it was known and it falls out of the theory, and in fact, the theory can be Jim Theory can. Sense be reformulated around the higgs bows. Let's imagine. When the Big Bang happened You got this impossibly hot fireball. The Universe is one big ball of plasma expanding rapidly. And it's temperatures unimaginable and then as expands and cools just like any fireball, the Higgs bows on appears. As the most, it's one, hundred, twenty eight. So it'll be appearing at very high temperatures and then it lays the groundwork. For the formation of hydrogen. Protons and electrons that make up the universe. And from that point on once the higgs bows on kind of the foundation has been laid. Eggs bozon basically seeds the universe with the Proton and the electron mass, and the way you can derive the The Hague's both on math one, twenty, eight GDP is you say that the Higgs bows on Compton radius is the same as the classical electrostatic radius of the Proton other words there in resonance you have geometric residence. Two sizes are the same. The classical radius of of the Proton and the electron. In scattering of electromagnetic waves. Which underlies gravity. Gravity think of gravity is kinda running as a bunch of little nudges by the vacuum zero point fluctuation around us. So you're you're describing close gravity then like LaSalle gravity. Yeah A. Push gravity pushed gravity was actually originated with his soccer off. Off a new about push gravity because he was building the Russian hydrogen bomb. Hydrogen bomb runs on pointing vector. The you have a ball hydrogen and this used to be classified by the way. So longer classified. A hydrogen bomb invented by Keller New Lomb. Uses a big watermelon shaped cavity. Made a very heavy metal. To. Trap. The, radiation. the radiation is trying to move at the speed of light but the metal. Is being massive can't move very fast. So it's essentially fixed during the action what happens you set off you have an atomic bomb at one end of this watermelon shaped cavity at the other focal point. You have a ball of hydrogen isotopes. You set off the atomic bomb..

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"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

American Antigravity

03:39 min | 8 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

"How you rotate it What is the configuration of the magnets whether you put charge on it if you charge the rotor Especially, if the distribution of charge around the rotor is not uniform, you know there's maybe areas of changing voltage. Around the rotor then this also adds to the pointing fact. Moving Electric Field. This also creates pointing vector anytime you take a electro magnetic field either electric or magnetic or a combination of the two and move it pointing vector instantly is created. So charging the rotor may actually be an important effect. But we're kind of feeling our way along here, we have a rough map to get through the dark forest, but we're actually trying to find. A real path through the forest and it's different. You have you have a roadmap. And then you have to find a real path by trial and error. Yeah. You know the thing that I'm excited about though is to look at this research and where it's even in the last few years that. Interviews It's remarkable right? We have basically a map across before us what lies beyond the forest is the Magic Kingdom of controlled gravity flight, and we are stuck here just with rockets and airplanes. On this side of the forest and the map unfortunately is written on the back of a cocktail Napkin. Well let me ask you about the paper that you wrote. It was called the Morad Brandenburg pointing field conservation equation and the possible gravity law and I'd like to put that up on the website I'll put download link. Always. The main author of that I was basically a contributor. at Paul's instigation I actually derived it was it was a collaborative project. Paul had the idea. and. Then he asked me using my math expertise dealing with vector equations to write down a wave equation for the pointing vectra itself not the electric and magnetic fields but their combination, the pointing vector. and. I was able to do that. And in free space away from sources, the honey vector goes wave just like the electromagnetic fields do. Of course, because the tag along with them, it's created by them. So he has also looked mathematically and he's quite good at math himself into what would happen if you had like magnetic charge, etc. so he's kind of. Elaborated on a little bit. But The connection between the pointing vector. and. Gravity. Is Strong and that's because of the imbalance, right? Like maybe an example would be INTERNEC- circuit. It's not the electrons that are really carrying the energy. It's the oscillation of them and so the point. Yes. Yes. So whenever the electrons move, they create field and well like for instance. The way they transport electric power in this country and that's due to Tesla. Tesla's inventions by the way are so commonplace that people don't even realize everything. Tesla revolutionized life. If you pass hypertension lines. Look Up. You'll find. The wires that are held by insulators that are actually carrying the voltage..

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"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

American Antigravity

03:10 min | 8 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

"In fact, what was interesting is you rotate it in the counterclockwise direction, the effect occurs, but if you rotate in the clockwise direction. The effect disappears. So there's some other subtleties involved. Quantum mechanics is full of effect like this What is it called spinner relationships. So anyway. Some people also did EXPERIMENTS WITH COMPRESSED AIR SPINNING UP. And they found no effect which indicated that it was the electromagnetic field that had to be the key fach. So, basically, this is very exciting now as it turns out. The new magnets they have invented the neodymium iron magnets I call it improved iron iron has always been the basis of magnetism. But if you mix this rare earth neodymium with it, it makes a very powerful magnet and they're so powerful. In fact, they're Kinda dangerous is they snap on your fingers and they'll like they won't go. Yeah I understand that that's what Paul used the construction of justify. That's right now what happens when you create an array of just magnets? And Paul reversed the magnets. so that one magnet would be facing nor north of the up in the next. Maggie be north facing. down. And based on his kind of intuition. As an engineer and also my gym theory. That we were trying to create a pointing vortex and it turns out when you create an array of magnets like that where they're up down up down up down. And you rotate that that automatically creates pointing vortex. And you can do that then without very powerful having to carry a lot of electricity around the room. So it means a fairly low power experiment can create a very tremendous pointing vortex effect. Where otherwise you'd have to use a megawatt of power and so this was considered to be a inexpensive way to achieve a very powerful pointing vortex effect. And then you spin that up, of course with the motor. And Paul and Working Boardman. Wanted to explore what this would actually do what the phenomenology would be when you did this and Lo, and behold we found that at least according to the electronic load cells supporting the whole device it lost a few percent of weight when the thing was spun up. Okay and so it was the experiments could be said to have a positive result. Don't pack your bags for Mars. Yet we're a long way from a spaceship but at least we seem to found this effect with the pointing vortex with something that's fairly easy to build. you know just using a big big motor. So the spinning of the magnets moving the magnetic fields through space and a circular pattern creates automatically, you can show from Maxwell's equations as crates automatically the pointing vector by the way pointing vector it's almost a Pun because the fellow who invented it was named pointing spelled y..

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"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

American Antigravity

04:02 min | 8 years ago

"brandenburg" Discussed on American Antigravity

"I'm Tim Ventura from American Anti Gravity, and today we're joined by Dr John Brandenburg, a theoretical plasma physicist working on particle astrophysics and fundamental quantum theory of gravity along with the GM unified field theory. He joins us to discuss how the Muirhead Brandenburg pointing field conservation equation may offer insights into recent experiments and gravity modification involving rotating magnetic fields. Well John Thanks for joining us and I'd like to start out by asking about your recent role in a gravity modification experiment conducted by Paul Morad and Morningstar applied physics. How did you get involved and what can you tell me about it? Well I have been working for a long time together. He was very encouraging when I was down at Kennedy Space. Center. Working at the Florida Space Institute. He contacted me we started working together basically courage me to start going to conferences presenting my work very aggressively which I did. And one of the. Things that came out of the gym theory which stands it's basically the goal initially was just to unify gravity. The two hence the name Jim the too long range forces in nature, but it also stands for what we call grandest. Latin phrase means. The unity of the great mean, the cosmic scale and the plank scale high-energy scale of physics. With the middle the Middle Scale, which is where comic things occur, and in fact, it's sort of like where we live. At the physics of everyday life. So the great, the cosmic. Scale are united with where we live in the middle scale. but anyway, he encouraged me in my research and. I had discovered in the gym theory what I call vacuum newly equation, which is analogous to the. Aerodynamic for newly equation for flight. And basically we found. I found in the theory which is based on the combination Caluzzi. Klein. Hidden Dimension Theory Plus Sakharov's radiation pressure theory of gravity. The pointing vector. assumed. Great importance. The pointing vector is what carries momentum and energy. In the electromagnetic field. lightwave crosses. strikes a solar cell and creates electricity. The thing that is carrying the energy of that lightwave is the pointing vector. If you launch a solar sail and space. The sunlight striking it is creating a pressure. It's carrying momentum to the sort of the solar sail can sail out to Mars with no rocket fuel propellant lists propulsion. The thing that is carrying the force of the sunlight is the pointing vector. Now in my theory, which unifies gravity and electromagnetism. The pointing vector assumes the role of also doing the work of gravity. Say Difference in pointing vectors. It's more like not just the pointing vector itself, but it's curvature that's important and what we found in the gem theory. Whose Development was encouraged by Paul Morad and also Morgan boredom was that if we created a Vortex Of, pointing vectors. Then, local gravity would be affected by the theory. And how much the rabbit would be affected was kind of a center argument. There were some undetermined constants, but we felt we had an equation that would basically allow us to do local modification of gravity. Based on a kind of tornado or vortex. Appointing vectors. Now you must understand the pointing vortex is actually around us all the time, every induction motor that was invented by Nikolai Tesla. Tesla was the real invention vendor of the. Pointing Vortex he basically found the rotation electro..

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