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Elon Musk Says He Tested Both Positive and Negative for Covid-19

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Elon Musk Says He Tested Both Positive and Negative for Covid-19

"Space Ex founder Elon Musk may have toe keep his distance from tomorrow night's rocket launch after he tested both positive and negative for the coronavirus this week. Musk says he's awaiting results of a more accurate test. In the meantime, NASA Administrator Jim Brian Stein says contact tracing is underway. Now our astronauts Have been in quarantine for weeks on day should not have had contact with anybody. They should be in good shape. Space X is launching a four person crew on the first operational flight of a dragon capsule aboard a Falcon nine rocket. The astronauts who started six month mission aboard the International space Station.

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"brian stein" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"brian stein" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Quote dot com slash commercials or price could vary depending on your health issue in company. Another factor is not available in all states. a battle for survival after the Norwegian government said it would not provide further backing. Before the covert outbreak. Norwegian was seen as a pioneer of low cost long haul aviation, offering cheap fares of rates such as London to New York. However, it was already struggling financially. The collapse of air traffic is a result of the pandemic pushed the company to the brink. But it was rescued in May after agreeing a major restructuring plan with its creditors on securing a $340 million financial life flight from the Norwegian government. Now, however, the cash is running out once again in the country's industry minister said it would be too risky to provide more public funding. It's people cease. Theo Leggett reporting negotiators from Britain and the European Union. Our meeting to seek a breakthrough in gridlock trade talks with just days until declined deadline to strike a post Brexit deal. News and analysis at townhall dot com. NASA administrator Jim Bridon. Stein says he will not leave the agency and a Biden administration. Mr Brian Stein said in the lengthy interview with Aviation Week at an administration under candidate Joe Biden would need a NASA chief who was trusted by the incoming president, adding that he was not that person. Representatives for NASA added that as a political appointee, Brian's Diane's exit at the end of her presidential administration would not be uncommon. The NASA cheek was appointed in late 2017 by President Trump to head up the U. S s space exploration agency. Making him one of the longest serving agency heads in the Trump administration. Bernie Bended in Washington with fire is numbers rising locally and nationally and the holiday travel season looming, the nation's capital, revamping its covert 19 travel.

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"brian stein" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And the next couple days. And then we had some benefit of, uh, fire to the north, which Has put some smoke over our fire, which has really helped us as faras doing some of the work that we've been doing out there on the land, they've been able to increase containment from 20 to 30%, a Cameron Peak fire has burned about 125,000 acres. The political world still abuzz about Tuesday nights rock his presidential debate in Cleveland. But that matchup between Joe Biden and President Trump could bring a switch in format. The debate commission is now plenty changes at the two remaining debates, vowing to use what it calls Additional tools to maintain order something the Biden campaign says it would welcome, but the Trump campaign says it will object to any changes, putting the next debate and doubt That's ABC is Kenneth Mountain. More than 73 Million people tuned in to watch that presidential debate that, according to Nielsen for Tuesday's contentious contests, the number likely hire is Nielsen doesn't track who streamed the event or watch clips on social media. Fox News had the most viewers, followed by ABC, NBC and CNN. But it was a far cry from the first showdown between President Trump and Hillary Clinton. Back in 2016 that debate setting a record with 84 million traditional TV viewers. Colorado GOP Republican Senator Cory Gardner wants to make sure that the nation's space program is safe from a Chinese government. That is a history of stealing our technology. During a virtual hearing, Senator Gardner questioned NASA Administrator Jim Brydon Stein About the possibility of Chinese interests buying into American aerospace companies. Right. Besides, you agree that China has a clear history of stealing American intellectual property. There is no question, Brian Stein said. NASA is not built to be an investigative body to look in the possible Chinese investment, He suggested. That should be the work of the Justice Department. Gerry Bell K Away news radio that massive drive up Cove in 19 testing cited Pepsi Center is now closed. Denver is changing the way that testing will be done in the coming weeks. We are going to continue doing our pop up sites with community partners, so Just one kind of here and there, But then we're aiming to set up, at least for testing site in communities that will remain open at least through the end of the year, then for health official Kaylie Zimmerman says, many people are now able to use their insurance to get a test with their own medical provider. Online. Learning has challenges. But now there's accusations that during a C U Denver virtual engineering class Instructor reportedly shared some pornographic images in today's covert 19 world. Remote learning can sometimes be monotonous. You've got your center of gravity and mundane. There's only so many numbers, you can stare at it. If I'm being honest, But on Wednesday, she said she was horrified A virtual mechanical engineering classes. See, Denver took a disturbing.

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"brian stein" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Leave any of those fears that folks have a CZ that fire does progress to the south. Potentially the Mullen fire has grown to more than 106,000 acres. As we turn the calendar to October. It seems like September was a dry month. But the statistics say otherwise. As far as the month of September, believe it or not, we did OK for moisture right around average. We got one inch of snow. We normally get about 1.3 so that equated to a pretty normal month as Faras. The moisture goes box. The one chief meteorologist. Day, Fraser says the first week of October looks to be mainly dry. Colorado Republican Senator Cory Gardner wants to make sure the nation's space program is safe from a Chinese government that has a history of stealing our technology. During a virtual hearing, Senator Gardner questioned NASA administrator Jim Bridon Stein about the possibility of Chinese interests. Buying into American aerospace companies. Right. Besides, you agree that China has a clear history of stealing American intellectual property. There is no question, Brian Stein said. NASA is not built to be an investigative body to look in the possible Chinese investment, he suggested. That should be the work of the Justice Department. Gerry Bell K Away news radio Colorado is now in Connecticut and New York's Corona virus Quarantine list travelers from Colorado we'll have to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. I'm Chad Bauer on K Away News, radio 8 50 AM and 90 for one FM still searching for that elusive first victory Broncos try again when they hit the Big Apple. We need to get it right later tonight Join Dave.

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"brian stein" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This was going Oh, I didn't know what to think about it. Think somebody said they were gonna do a negative? They always daily. Don't I get it? I did pay tax. Okay, well, then, Mr President, Show your tax returns. Well, they're under audit. They've been under hot it for four years. It goes on further when the president decides to attack. The New York Times Now have a listen to this. I don't think and I used to get good stores in New York times when I ran for office, and I happen to be a conservative Republican. I don't think we've had a good story. They protected my lost four years ago. They apologize for their bad reporting. Then they predicted the F B. I and all of these things that's now proven to be a hoax. A complete hoax. They got Pulitzer Prizes along with the Washington Post. They should give all those Pulitzer Prizes back because Everything was wrong. I mean, it was so bad they reported so bad they were. It was exactly the opposite there. There are people that shouldn't let Pulitzer prizes Solomon Carter. I mean, not in the business of Pulitzer Prizes, but Sean Hannity got it. Right. Lou Dobbs got it right. Laura got it right. Many people that Tucker got it right. So many people, they got it right sharp what they get other than a great salary and great ratings. I mean, I don't So by the way, just so people are aware we learned that Tucker Carlson and lawsuit a judge said it in New York District Court that nobody should reasonably believe anything that Tucker costs has to show what it's got. Kind of funny Just a little sidebars. Little site only about only about 25 9 a week not believe what he says. So so so those air assuming so those air listeners and just because somebody has a lot of listeners, Justus Bill O'Reilly did doesn't mean what somebody's saying is credible and what somebody saying is the truth. Fucker destroyed Bill's audience. Tucker broke the record, by the way, just so you're aware Jamie because I don't think you're always off of what I'm talking about. Clearly or not. It was actually Fox News defense. Fox News defense is that nobody should actually take Tucker Carlson. Seriously. That's what Fox News said That is the top at Fox News in court documents. So for you to say that, you know 25 million should take him seriously want Fox News? Guess what His employers would disagree with you on that one. But anyway, that's a side bar. I just wanted to throw that one in there. So we're gonna talk about the million dollars Trump aid in 2016 to 4.2 million paid in 2017 and the $9.7 million in business investment credits that he had from renovating the old post office. So, which qualified him for historic preservation tax break. Why we're talking about that One of the 7 50 is in addition to what he paid under those circumstances again, Donald Trump when morning to him. He was getting paid through the through the Trump organization where you get before before he was president. I want to know where you got that information from because that's the first time I've heard it. It's in the article to the bottom of the article. Okay, so, according to the New York Times, 10 of its an article cry, according to The New York Times, 10 of the last 15 years. This man didn't pay any federal income and he probably paid a lot. For five of those years to cover the three or four years in the making an assumption and you don't know that to be fact, Brian. He is a real estate developer. He was paid through the Trump organization. You're making it a subway. She or we don't know that she owns. Right. You're you're making a massive assumption, not based on something that you don't get that there's no knife of that's based on unnamed sources, not the Atlantic article. So how are you not making something? Question? All I'm saying is Brian Stein Stein Stein. Your stuff I don't need that's what you said. How was travels, Donald Trump made any money in office. And if you're not making money off the Trump organization, if he is not getting paid a president, United States how was he making money right now as the president of states, and if he's not making money, you pay federal income tax money he's not making then tell me why he's under investigation in New York. The same reason why the New York Times are attacking trump whenever they can. So you're saying the d A. Has him under investigation? Just for political reasons. Is that your defence? DEA has been quoted by saying she wants to get him out of office. Yes, Absolutely. So you think we'll get off? Okay, So I got you. Okay, so this entire investigation Well, Andy's obviously please talk is his returns under audit. If I could call another word that's been established. We interrupted me wrote about two minutes ago brought which was totally didn't get mad. If I did not. You actually did it. That's fine. I don't I don't I don't want to bicker with you. I'm just asking you. How is Donald Trump making money right now? As president of states? Okay. How is he? How is he producing revenue? Who's paying him? Plus from the country. He gives that back. He is no longer a part of the Trump organization. He has a blind trust Eric and Don Jr run the Trump Organization. So how is Donald Trump Jr making money? And why are we not talking about the 5.2 Million? He paid in taxes to the U. S Treasure department in 16 4017 to 7 50 is on top of that. Why? We're not talking about that. So why are we discussing the fact that as a real estate developer, by the way, he took out, I think he usually takes up. Mortgage is one third or 1/4 of the property that that he built that's happened for a long time..

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"brian stein" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Flights and locked citizens in their homes. The Chinese government and the World Health Organization, which is virtually controlled by Jonah falsely declared that there was no evidence of human to human transmission. Later, they falsely said people without symptoms would not spread the disease. The United Nations bus hold China accountable for their actions. In addition, every year, China dumps millions and millions of tonnes of plastic and trash. Into the oceans over fishes. Other countries, waters destroys vast swaths of coral reef. And emits more toxic mercury into the atmosphere than any country anywhere in the world. China's ambassador to the U N looking on as the president level the accusations on the day the U. S death toll from the Corona virus surpassed 200,000. If we do look at the situation very carefully. We can say it's a completely failure. You know, we should understand that this is the country with the most At once medical system. With the most that one. Medical technology, but still They have a number one income from the cases on the in lost life. We have lost too many. Valuable Life off innocent people. So it's really the United States, which knees toe work harder. To contain the virus is going out to the states to work harder to save more lives. They are saying that they will count Ah toeholds hyeon accountable. If they if we do have to hold an animal carnival, it should beating an additive space held accountable for losing so many Life. And with their irresponsible Behaviours. President Trump later. Asked what he would say to Americans upset at the death toll. He again blamed China for the outbreak and said that it never should have happened. Now the UK tightening at restrictions as Corona virus cases and deaths spike their UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson pulling back Uh, well, pulling back on a reopening plans anyway. Announcing a new restrictions on gatherings here is the UK prime minister and to those who say We don't need this stuff when we should leave people to take their own risks. I say these risks are not our own tragedy. In reality of having cove. It is that your mild cough can be someone else's. Death Nell and as for the suggestion that we should simply lock up the elderly on the vulnerable With all the suffering that would entail. I must tell you that this is just not realistic, because if you let the virus rip through the rest of the population, it would inevitably Find its way through to the elderly as well and in much greater numbers. That's why we need to suppress the virus, not And as for that minority who may continue to flout the rules, we will enforce those rules with tougher penalties on fines of up to £10,000. We will put more police out on the streets and use the army to backfill if necessary. Of course, I'm deeply spiritually reluctant to make any of these impositions or infringe anyone's freedom, but unless we take action The risk is that we will have to go for tougher measures later. When the deaths have already mounted on We have a huge case load of infection such as we had in the spring. We must take action now. Because the stitch in time saves nine and this way we can keep people in work. We can keep our shops and our school's open on. We can keep our country moving forward. No warning. The new restrictions could last for six months. Johnson said Tuesday that pubs, restaurants and other entertainment venues in England will have to close at 10 P.m.. Tommy DeVito. The four seasons has passed away of current virus at the age of 91 that, according tto NJ dot com Frankie Valli confirming DeVito's a death writing on Facebook. He sends his love to the family. Vito, a founding member of the four Seasons in 1960. There, hits include Sherry, Big Girls Don't Cry and Walk like a Man with a veto left the group in 1971 the band, Of course, our resurgence in popularity with the success of the 2005 Jersey Boys musical, Andy 2014 movie based on it. NASA and the space force are teaming up to work on space flight policy and research, NASA Administrator Jim Brian Steen announcing on Tuesday that while the agencies have different priorities They share the same space. We are an instrument of national power. It is soft power. It is diplomatic power Information power economic power. But what we can't do is we can't do any of those things if space is not secure, and that's why it was important to create the space force. That's why it's important for NASA to partner with the space force. On a lot of the things that we're going to partner on. And this time when we go to the moon, it's not. It's not just a technology demonstration. We're going sustainably to the moon to deliver science and exploration. Capabilities in a way that's never been done before, And we're going for the first time with a very diverse, highly qualified astronaut corps that includes women. Brian Stein said in securing space, NASA and the US Space Force aimed to quote have their international collaborators agree to what he called basic norms of behavior that will.

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"brian stein" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Timeline to return Americans to the moon, including the first woman, NPR's Nell Greenfield. Boys says the space agency wants to achieve this by 2020 for a deadline set by the Trump administration. A test flight is scheduled for next year. NASA will send a capsule around the moon and back without crew. A similar flight with people on board is scheduled for 2023. The hardware to actually land on the moon's surface still needs a lot of work. NASA Administrator Jim Brian Stein says It needs $3.2 billion allocated in funding by March. Or the 2024 goal won't be possible. You know if Congress doesn't fund the new landing program Then it won't be achieved. I mean, it's It's really that simple, he says. A funding is pushed off. NASA will try to get to the moon at the earliest opportunity. The last time anyone walked on the moon was 1972 Nell Greenfield Voice NPR NEWS A woman suspected of trying to mail an envelope with poison in it to the White House is expected to appear in federal court today. She is expected to face federal charges. The letter was intercepted at a screening facility before it reached the White House. Canadian authorities are assisting in this investigation. They searched a condo in Montreal on Monday. Korova Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Harper, publisher of former National Security Adviser General H. R. McMasters, and new book Battle Grounds, the fights to defend the Free world. About U. S. Foreign policy and national security challenges available now six minutes after four o'clock Good morning. I'm Jean Marie Coming up on morning edition. Noel King speaks with Stephen Groves. Margaret Thatcher fellow at the Heritage Foundation and former assistant to President Trump about the administration strategy for picking the next Supreme Court justice. Also, wildfire has made a Colorado Canyon more vulnerable to rock fall and mudslides. The nearby interstate will likely face more frequent shutdowns more on this example of the cascading effects of climate change just ahead..

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"brian stein" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on WJR 760

"To the second hour of the inside, outside, guys laughing and learning 24 7. That the inside outside guys dot com and the inside outside guys on Facebook and we have Dr Joe Gannon sitting in for the inside guy, Chuck. Brian Stein. How you doing, buddy? I'm 100%. I'm impressed with all the people of their coming here doing work, it's Saturday. They're going full bore. I mean, it's impressive to see all the people pull in here and like you mentioned how quickly they're pullin in and pulling out. That is so important. We're at Eastern Michigan distributors located at 19240 West eight mile And eastern Michigan. They they supply contractors Ruffian products, and I said earlier. The last break How frustrated frustrating is as a contractor to have to wait in a place like this and They're getting people in and out. So that's why they're so busy. That's why they get so much repeat business and you talk from experience because you were a contractor for a long time for a long time till I'm a little bit. Yeah, Yeah, a little bit. Is what you get here. A little bit of time wasted just hanging around the parking lot because you're in and you're out. Yes, you are. Except if you want to come today and stay for some hot dogs. Yeah, Today we got the The original My partner, Chuck would say, Chief Cook and Bottle washer. Yeah. Started the place here. Cooking hot dogs force. Well, OK. He does a great job out here. We're inviting everybody stopping by. We're on eight mile of a lot of traffic, and, uh They're not all W J r listeners or this parking lot would be full of people wanting to see Ken. Calvary. Okay, Joe Joe Gannon saying that to me Who would have thunk it, eh? Hey, Right now we have a me gagged her. Who's.

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NASA's Mars 2020 rover Perseverance is 'go' for launch

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

NASA's Mars 2020 rover Perseverance is 'go' for launch

"NASA's plan 2020 Mars mission is still a go. Administrator Jim Brian Stein says the Mars Perseverance Rover will focus on seeing of life exist on the Red Planet in a former riverbed. We are in extraordinary times right now, with the Corona virus Pandemic on DH, Yet we have in fact persevered and we have protected this mission because it is so important. Lift off set for this Thursday with a landing date of next

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"brian stein" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello everybody and welcome back to the show. Sorry I haven't been here recently. Been taken care life stuff. So that's what I've been doing. So we had a little bit of in-between time between episodes here. So I just WanNa let you know what's been going on. But focusing on Youtube Channel YouTube dot com slash space news pod been working on that superfund a really enjoy it and I kind of move away from podcasting. I'm going to be honest with you guys because Youtube monetize is my content and podcasts aren't monetize D- so unfortunately A podcast like this. Which is small doesn't make much money and for me to move forward with this whole thing this whole content creator or whatever you WANNA call it. The podcast here. I have to find a way to make money to live so I moved a lot of my content over to Youtube. The podcast still here But I can't focus a lot on it now not giving up on it But that's the reason why I haven't been here so and I just want to be honest with everybody because everyone's been really great about everything and really supportive. So we'll let you guys know what's going on now. That being said I will be putting more podcasts in the near future. I know it's important for us to stay entertained it to stay up to news with her escape to stay up the news. Stay up to date with all the latest news and all the latest happenings that are going on with NASA and SPACEX and everything in the spacecraft realm. So here I am. I'm back baby. And that being said NASA SPACEX are working together on the the freaking Moon Orbiter Right. So we have the same coming up in two thousand twenty four. Nasa is going to be landing people on the Moon in twenty twenty four the artist program and they have a lunar orbiter. It's a station. It's like a waystation that astronauts will go to before they go down to the moon so they'll dock with this thing and then they'll get resupplied get whatever they need to get done you know. Grab a bite. E whatever they gotta do and then they'll go down to the surface of the Moon in when they're done with the surface stuff whenever they're done with their silencing they're gonNA go back up to this orbital laboratory and do what they gotta do and then come back home back to Earth which is amazing. So that being said NASA has partnered with SPACEX AND SPACEX. Going to be making a capsule that goes to the resupply station or on the Moon. The deep space resupply. It's called the cargo dragon. Xl Cargo Dragon Xl. It's insane it's insane. This is actually happening right so we WANNA make sure that everybody knows what's going on the Dragon. Xl has been revealed and it is huge huge news for the Lunar Gateway. Because before this we didn't know what was going on. We didn't even know like a couple of weeks ago we didn't even able to lunar gateway was still going to be a thing. People that are in charge of the money for NASA or thinking. You know maybe we're GonNa pull some funding away. Maybe we don't need the lunar gateway. Maybe these people don't need a way station between the Earth and the moon but NASA today said. Hey we need this. We do need a lunar gateway and we're going to be hiring spacex to do artists contracts. So in their press release they say NASA has selected spacex of Hawthorne California as the first US commercial provider out of the gate logistics services contract to deliver cargo experiments at other supplies to the agency's Gateway in Lunar Orbit. The award is a significant step forward for Nasr's Artemis programme that will land the first woman in the next man on the Moon in twenty twenty four and build sustainable human lunar presence at the moon and his partners will gain the experience necessary to mount a historic human mission to Mars and Jim Brian Stein. Who's the head of NASA? The administrator? He says this contract award is another critical piece of our plan to return to the moon. Sustainably the gateway is the is the cornerstone of the long-term artists architecture and deep space commercial cargo capability integrates yet another human industry partner or American industry partner into our plans for human exploration in preparation for a future mission to Mars spacex his contract. How crazy is that space x kind new to this space stuff right? I mean they've been in a for a while but they're the new kid on the block. They haven't been around as long. As somebody like Boeing. They're not as big as somebody like the U. L. A. The aren't part of you. Know the normal kind of architecture like Northrop Grumman. Somebody like that spacex has been doing a lot of missions though. They've been sending a lot of things to the Space Station for a long time. They had twenty s missions to the space station. And they've done a great job that so because of those things they know. The SPACEX can make the craft that can supply the lunar orbiter the lunar gateway with the essentials for humans to go to the moon. And this is the Dragon. Xl It's awesome looking. Well it's pretty boring to be honest with you. It's cylinder and has you know solar ray solar wings if you will on either side and it's just basically cylinder but it doesn't need to look cool you know. It doesn't need the look amazing or sweet but it's very Trustworthy sure because when the star business thing and they get it to a place where SPACEX and Nassar happy with it. That's only four years away in these times that we're living in right now for years away. It's really not that far everyone So for years away something look forward to and they have to send supplies before the people get there and they have to make sure that this lunar gateway works before the people get to the moon so this is GonNa happen before for years. It'll happen probably in the next couple of years before anybody gets there they have to send stuff up there before People get there and they have to make sure they do the test to make sure that thing is capable of handling people while it's in lunar orbit the Lunar Gateway has to be in a good spot technically before people board the thing so they're going to get supplies up they're gonNA get people up there and then when they send the people to Lunar Gateway. Those people are going to go to the moon might even send people to the lunar gateway to be like. Hey we're in the lunar gateway and we're going to hang out here for a little bit to make sure this thing works and you know they're gonNA be there for a couple of days probably check it out and then go down to the mood. I'm not sure the timeline of what's going to happen. Because they haven't they haven't even released that yet. They're not one hundred percent sure but they have this huge gateway configuration in. It's GONNA turn out to be something like the International Space Station. They have ISA involved with this. The power and perform Propulsion they have international habitation module. They have robotic arms from Canada. They have another candidate arm. They have an Isa Orion Service Module They have a multipurpose module. They have Habitation modules from NASA all sorts of things going on at huge huge solar. Ray So this is going to be a big thing. It's going to be a big deal. So basically we have a space station which is lower here in his orbiting the earth right now and You know from there were. We've just been stuck in that orbit for a long time at the International Space Station. Haven't really gone farther than that. Other than Hubble a longtime since since the Space shuttle. So yeah. That's it's a new thing you know and it's going to be really awesome so my friends. I hope you're doing well stay safe out there. Wash your hands. Call your grandma you know. Tell them that you the you love them because you know. I just hope everyone's okay. That's all I'm going to say about that. And you know it was she. Oh well so I'm here. I'll be here more often. Maybe not daily. But I'll really some more podcasts. And I love to talk about this stuff. So thank you so much for all of your support. Spend the space news pod my name is Willa Walden and I will see you soon..

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SpaceX wins NASA contract to send cargo to lunar Gateway with new Dragon XL craft

SPACE NEWS POD

06:56 min | 2 years ago

SpaceX wins NASA contract to send cargo to lunar Gateway with new Dragon XL craft

"NASA SPACEX are working together on the the freaking Moon Orbiter Right. So we have the same coming up in two thousand twenty four. Nasa is going to be landing people on the Moon in twenty twenty four the artist program and they have a lunar orbiter. It's a station. It's like a waystation that astronauts will go to before they go down to the moon so they'll dock with this thing and then they'll get resupplied get whatever they need to get done you know. Grab a bite. E whatever they gotta do and then they'll go down to the surface of the Moon in when they're done with the surface stuff whenever they're done with their silencing they're gonNA go back up to this orbital laboratory and do what they gotta do and then come back home back to Earth which is amazing. So that being said NASA has partnered with SPACEX AND SPACEX. Going to be making a capsule that goes to the resupply station or on the Moon. The deep space resupply. It's called the cargo dragon. Xl Cargo Dragon Xl. It's insane it's insane. This is actually happening right so we WANNA make sure that everybody knows what's going on the Dragon. Xl has been revealed and it is huge huge news for the Lunar Gateway. Because before this we didn't know what was going on. We didn't even know like a couple of weeks ago we didn't even able to lunar gateway was still going to be a thing. People that are in charge of the money for NASA or thinking. You know maybe we're GonNa pull some funding away. Maybe we don't need the lunar gateway. Maybe these people don't need a way station between the Earth and the moon but NASA today said. Hey we need this. We do need a lunar gateway and we're going to be hiring spacex to do artists contracts. So in their press release they say NASA has selected spacex of Hawthorne California as the first US commercial provider out of the gate logistics services contract to deliver cargo experiments at other supplies to the agency's Gateway in Lunar Orbit. The award is a significant step forward for Nasr's Artemis programme that will land the first woman in the next man on the Moon in twenty twenty four and build sustainable human lunar presence at the moon and his partners will gain the experience necessary to mount a historic human mission to Mars and Jim Brian Stein. Who's the head of NASA? The administrator? He says this contract award is another critical piece of our plan to return to the moon. Sustainably the gateway is the is the cornerstone of the long-term artists architecture and deep space commercial cargo capability integrates yet another human industry partner or American industry partner into our plans for human exploration in preparation for a future mission to Mars spacex his contract. How crazy is that space x kind new to this space stuff right? I mean they've been in a for a while but they're the new kid on the block. They haven't been around as long. As somebody like Boeing. They're not as big as somebody like the U. L. A. The aren't part of you. Know the normal kind of architecture like Northrop Grumman. Somebody like that spacex has been doing a lot of missions though. They've been sending a lot of things to the Space Station for a long time. They had twenty s missions to the space station. And they've done a great job that so because of those things they know. The SPACEX can make the craft that can supply the lunar orbiter the lunar gateway with the essentials for humans to go to the moon. And this is the Dragon. Xl It's awesome looking. Well it's pretty boring to be honest with you. It's cylinder and has you know solar ray solar wings if you will on either side and it's just basically cylinder but it doesn't need to look cool you know. It doesn't need the look amazing or sweet but it's very Trustworthy sure because when the star business thing and they get it to a place where SPACEX and Nassar happy with it. That's only four years away in these times that we're living in right now for years away. It's really not that far everyone So for years away something look forward to and they have to send supplies before the people get there and they have to make sure that this lunar gateway works before the people get to the moon so this is GonNa happen before for years. It'll happen probably in the next couple of years before anybody gets there they have to send stuff up there before People get there and they have to make sure they do the test to make sure that thing is capable of handling people while it's in lunar orbit the Lunar Gateway has to be in a good spot technically before people board the thing so they're going to get supplies up they're gonNA get people up there and then when they send the people to Lunar Gateway. Those people are going to go to the moon might even send people to the lunar gateway to be like. Hey we're in the lunar gateway and we're going to hang out here for a little bit to make sure this thing works and you know they're gonNA be there for a couple of days probably check it out and then go down to the mood. I'm not sure the timeline of what's going to happen. Because they haven't they haven't even released that yet. They're not one hundred percent sure but they have this huge gateway configuration in. It's GONNA turn out to be something like the International Space Station. They have ISA involved with this. The power and perform Propulsion they have international habitation module. They have robotic arms from Canada. They have another candidate arm. They have an Isa Orion Service Module They have a multipurpose module. They have Habitation modules from NASA all sorts of things going on at huge huge solar. Ray So this is going to be a big thing. It's going to be a big deal. So basically we have a space station which is lower here in his orbiting the earth right now and You know from there were. We've just been stuck in that orbit for a long time at the International Space Station. Haven't really gone farther than that. Other than Hubble a longtime since since the Space shuttle. So yeah. That's it's a new thing you know and it's going to be really awesome

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"brian stein" Discussed on Generation V

Generation V

11:24 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on Generation V

"You access that you open that folder? Right. You kind of like neurologically set up to always experience that emotional or physical like sensation. Is that what is that? What it kind of isn't in by tapping or like accessing these points. You kind of reroute that or bypass you're, you're, you know in. The middle. Yeah. You know, I'll go more into details. I wanna go really want to break it down for everybody. Yeah. Yeah. How we store emotion. How why we don't process? I think that's really fascinating that will have a lot of people. But yeah, it's it will store in the by in different areas. Let's say, for example, if I was in a bad car accident versus attacked by dog or, you know, dealing with the bully, in kindergarten my body can store that in different areas because you're dealing with different types of emotions. Or let's say you know, if you were traumatized by you're in a bad car accident, you sever. You know, when you're limbs were you, you, you'd be putting a lot of that trauma in that lamb. And once you access that point I show people how to access it and how to process it. That's really where all the focus is. So what, what exactly is it motion lake storage? Is it energy that were that were storing? Or yes. Energy emotion. It's all the same thing. If fact, you know, you hear the same everything is energy. We've all heard that, you know, Nicola, tesla Brian Stein, Thomas Edison. I mean, these, these are not dummies, you know, these guys. And when I when I thought about that, you know, as true, everything's energy. So it only makes sense to me to address things from an energetic standpoint. So if everything is energy. Well, let's start there. First. And what's interesting with emotion is goes back to your original question. If you think of emotion, let's, let's think of like a negative emotion. If you stop and think, okay when you experience negative motion with his trauma, fear anger, you will feel something physical. You'll always feel something physical. I now with that is, is that sensory information that's coming into your body through all your senses? Now at that point, your body is very capable of processing that energy or emotion that data, I call data. Here's where the problem lies. We can't process it, because when I say process just think of the analogy of the say, like a deer running through the woods running from barrow case, getting get eating and is traumatized, but the bear deer gets away from the bearer and goes underneath the shade tree, and it starts at Panton shake what it's doing. It's expelling and processing that negative energy and then thirty minutes later, it's, you know, foraging for berries, and like nothing happened. Us as humans. We don't do that. They here's why. So he's imagining. Okay. I feel negative emotion. Get upset at somebody or get some bad news. I, maybe I feel a tightening in my stomach normally the body would take that in a process it. So what happens is because we're, we're raised primarily from my parents and our teachers, you know, the, the mean well, but parents and teachers, they overemphasize thinking you ever think about, you know, you think about like your parents. Hey, you go in your room and think about what you just did. Or what were you thinking? Well, were you hear the teacher is okay kids? Let's put on our thinking caps, there's so much emphasis on thinking, and that's not good in. Here's why so going back to that emotion experienced an eight emotion, you feel it now because we're so trained to let the ego or the brain run the show when I go, I'm not talking about against. I'm talking about its mechanism in the brain. Yeah defense mechanism. So that information comes in and because. That's your dominating system, the braces or ego says, hey buddy, give me that information. I got it, you know, we've been doing this our allies, but he says, okay sends all that data up into the brain. Now, just think it's you can beaters you get down here in the body body computer, ego, or bring computer information comes in down here. You can process forty million bits of information, every second super best up here. Now, they're saying it's about four thousand bits or few forty bits per second. Is no way you're talking to million times difference. So when information comes up and it goes up it can't process, it returned to sender goes back down into the body and it gets stored in yourselves like little packets of information or like software. So that's when you're talking about, you know, we'll where's this emotion come from how do we, you know, hold onto this emotion. We're all walking around with millions and millions and millions of bits of data in ourselves. Here's where the problem is the sweet, not called like emotional clutter case. We have all this, bad information all these traumas and negative emotions. It's in ourselves, which is where subconscious. So now we have to that. And what happens is, that's the information that we're referring back to her. That's the information that we're tapping into or, or referencing from, and that information is going to drive us is gonna control our, our decisions, self sabotage. And that's the point. I really wanna get across everybody. Once they understand this is life changing ginger. Stan okay, because a lot of people, you think about even like self help and a lot of great information out there, we take information, but it's all a pin here. That's all ego. Or let's say we want to change something we wanna fix something or hey, I don't have this phobia, or have this addiction, or, you know, if you're trying to start this business had just keep hitting a wall. Well, what happens is your. That's all ego. You take in the information, I wanna, you know, wanna think I wanna do this one that would it will do is. Is it real key point right here, the is gonna ask questions? What does this mean what do I do? So I want to start this business and brain goes. Okay, what does this mean and what do I do? It goes back into the database, which is in where the buy in the body and the self. Hey, it's like, you know, like calling on a file clerk. Hey, can you go check the, the file on start a business? Okay. For runs down there, you know, and alway-. Hold on. Hold it. No, no, no. We can't do that abort abort. I had this file right here when you were six years old. And you tried to start that lemonade stand in the neighborhood kids, you know, knocked over your standing called you stupid a lap debt you. Oh, okay. Well, you can have all that emotion attached to it. So you're bringing accesses that information. And that's where self sabotage comes from. Well, and is this is like energy that were this data that we're storing, I mean at what level is it storing. Is this the quantum energetic field that you, you kind of referring to that's like in, like, in their cells DNA? Or is it is energy? It's like an energy. Attic imprint so it's very similar like a like a computer chip, you know, where there's so much data that, that can be imprinted onto that chip the thing is, let's say, for example, you know, you have the stray shin like the lemonade stand. So you have the memory of knocking over that lemonades down. However, you have the emotion attached to it. So it's just thinking of like that, that event is plugged into the wall that's being energized by emotion. It's alive and it will affect you whole idea is in, when we talk about, like, in a lot of what I do is help person identify, and then process when you process it's almost like you're unplugging, unplugging it from the wall. So it's kinda like yeah. I remember they, they kicked over my eliminates down, but it doesn't affect me anymore, so you're going back to question. Yeah, it is it is energy. It is an energetic imprint that's in your cells. It's alive, so to speak. In order to access it in to process it. You have to access it from the quantum field. So it's kinda like a radio. You have to be on a certain frequency. Yeah. Yet a tune into it. And that's why it's so important, you're not gonna you're not gonna access it from the brain to, because you have two different computers to different speeds to different languages. And you see most people the running around trying to fix a body problem with the brain. And that's why you hit your head against the wall or things don't work, or it's ten times harder than it really needs to be. If you can figure out. We'll how if I can access that information and then process, it from the by then, you know, that's life changing. So, so EFT is one of those, those ways of accessing that information processing, it three minutes. It's you know, there's, there's so many helpful methods out there. Some are more effective. I mean, I've, I've been trained in lots of different. Analogies. I some of them I've learned. And then I try them, and then it's like, well, they're not as good or they're not as effective. You know, obviously, it's been a long time. It's not and I'll be all the one of the reasons why I recommend to people is because it's incredibly simple super simple. Little kids can do it, and you can do it in the privacy of your own home. You may not get to the root of the issue, because, you know, we're all in our own jungle in, you know, if you're dealing with something real heavy are a big trauma. It's going to be best to work with the practitioner because, you know they're not in your jungle. They're, they're looking from a whole different perspective. And again, remember we have that ego, that's always wanting to run the Sean jump in. So that's another challenge that Rogge and a half. But yeah, there's that that method is excellent breathing methods that you can do you know really when I, I mission, like tapping into that quantum field now that's that's fascinating. Because that's. That's the energy field that everything's plugged into animal. Kingdom plant keenum humans similar like a like an image of matrix, so to speak, like a cosmic soup, right? Yeah. Exactly. Is kinda reminds me of like the internet? Yeah. And that's where helium happened says healing happens. That's, that's the level that you need to be to make change to help your body process to heal. You have to be plugged into that field. There's other things you can do, but it's so much harder so much easier. Just plug it in that feel and here's a key. And this, why it's hard we are so EEO or brain dominant and we're up in our heads so much that, that we can't get down into the body or we're not, we don't give ourselves a chance just to be present to be in the moment because in order to plug into that field you have to be relaxed, so you had to be relaxed yet to slow your brain down, and you have to get out of your head, which is. Not easy. So that's that's how you plug into the field. And even when I'm working with a client. I'll tell him. Hey, you know, I want you to focus on your feet like, well, nothing magical about focusing on your feet. However, it's the farthest place from your ego,.

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"brian stein" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:42 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on WTVN

"I'll, and they have another meeting a university of California Santa Cruz talking about the impact of asteroids and sue nominees. So they're having a meeting in university. California's Santa Cruz about earthquakes and the effects of asteroids. Then they have this beating in college park, Maryland with Jim Brian Stein. Who's the head of administrators say, we're going to see something happened our lifetime? Now we have this threat. Of the Bena tarts. So it's all coming together. It's like a puzzle just coming together and my guest tonight is Marshall masters. I mean it's almost too obvious that something might happen. What you say with all this meeting, and simulation and everything they did. Absolutely. They're looking at the same data that I have Ecorse, they have access to a lot more. But we can find in the public domain report on is serious enough as it is. And they're trying to get people's attention. And it's really, really hard and what will happen is there'll be an event. And then that's. You know, people are going to go, how did this happen? How come we didn't see it coming? And. It's just human nature. But numbers don't lie. And we have been doing our signs articles now for a few years. And since we started tracking it, there has been a steady, progress, CLYDE, and, you know, it's funny, I know people go by in calendar that was done. Nothing. Burger nothing happened wrong. The Mayan date was at harbinger date. It wasn't the event day prophecy as a harbinger. And it has an event, the harbinger is a non violent event that says, hey, Wiki Wiki you're on the time line, a major catastrophic event, and that is the prophecy. And so what the ancients were doing. And this was a common practice of the agents for them. Television was the sky. They had an amazing viewing sky. We don't note of Ewing sky. Looks like anymore. Right. And especially since Ken trailing, which, of course, we know doesn't exist, right? And so people don't see. But since the Mayan calendar, we have been tracking. We started tracking this back in twenty fifteen because we got into this as a result of another researcher, who came to us, and it was about calendar dating versus the lunar calendar versus the Gregorian calendar, where we actually adjusted the thirty six hundred year orbit situation says to a lunar calendar. Boom it clicked right into place. Otherwise, if you're is in the Gregorian you can't make the numbers work. And so when we were doing that, and then we started tracking the data sets that we were looking for earthquakes, what earthquakes, tell us earthquakes, talked to us about the interaction between nemesis and the sun, which is causing the sun to continually. Brighton. It's an issue. It's an issue of luminosity not about, you know anything else. It's just brightness. This is reason why they're Chem trails spraying, like crazy. Because all this additional sunlight in the light in the photons is radiation. The radiation is going into the core of the planet, and it's causing uneven heating in the core of the planet, which is creating an effect call crustal undulations wiggling a little bit like jello mold on the surface because of the uneven heating. So people say, well, what's your proof of that? And I go can you explain to me, why over half the choral on the planet are dead and that by twenty thirty only five percent will be left alive. Hapgood add basically the same time about crustless place. But if you see the movie, twenty twelve that whole film does deals with Hapgood crustal displacement, theory about the sun once again, the uneven heating of the planet, the cores response, the magnetic field weakening, and then bam, we started having all these earthquakes started having all these volcanic eruptions and something needs us. And that is something from. Space. They didn't talk about that in two thousand twelve the movie, but something from space comes down to remind vulnerable, and this could be exactly what is happening with the tards. So. I mean, I'm not saying major cataclysm because the earth is a big planet, but we could see an event happening which of course I think Nasr's prepping us for, and that's why I'm asking. The question is eight seven seven seven three one zero one one. Is it obvious that they were prep? Biggest for this when they did it simulation meeting in Maryland. Go to Howard in Texas. Hi Howard, you're on with Marshall masters. Go ahead. But the bottom line is. Object in changed. Directions. In other words, expert, this was an artificial. Artificial structured event that. Above the earth, and it changed direction. So wouldn't hit must out. And if you go to the trees, and the grows there's tremendous growth, and and circle growth of the trees in the area. It is, and the people who buy this, St. Wor reindeer and radio herders, and yet it wanted, they could read newspapers by the glow in the sky. The object direction. So you're thinking it's an extraterrestrial object and not something from the tar that great. Wow. Kicks bird change direction going into Pennsylvania. People supposed to know that this update change direction. So it would not it would have destroyed Moscow, interesting. I mean Chicago fire was caused by something that fell from the heavens as well. And you look at that time line, and you wonder just how close to the tards, we were the cards at the time when that happened. So you look at this, this, this moment, now, whether it's extraterrestrial, not base still say signs still say that we were dangerously close to the beta tards when these events took place. In fact, like I said Graham Hancock, somebody told me to Graham Hancock said somebody effect, the debate Atari time with a flood happen. And a lot of the a lot of what you're seeing with regard to ancient. Mayan Aztec temples Luke, lookout centers for these events that they the events would happen. And they made these a lot of the megaliths are made in order to be observatories for celestial events, whether they be events like what may be happening in the next few weeks or an event that could be extra terrestrial of some kind. If you believe what's been told was an artificial vent. I wanna be gross that the. Aliens moved away so that it would not strike into Moscow and it change directions. So area could do as little damage. Is it do it did do, and that was the Siberian? Well, that's an interesting theory. I mean, I, I haven't heard that, you know that the carrying aliens in their little ship exploded over over the, the Siberian forest. But that's something to think about. I really appreciate the call. Right. You take care. Let's go to Cathy in Canada. Hi, Cathy, ground zero. Screener that Sunday native is listening to coast to coast. And he's still doing it. I didn't know he was doing it. Still doing okay. Right. About. Asteroid here about this, and the missed us by this many miles or whatever. He called it. Asteroid. Q. V eight nine yeah. It's astro. Two thousand six eight nine as diameter of one hundred sixty four feet. That's, that's double the width of what exploded over Chilean skin, Russia. And of course, it's got a one in seven thousand three hundred chances smashing into the earth on the morning September nine twenty nineteen and that was European space. They put out a statement, the, the, the European Space Agency, put out a statement that on September nine twenty nineteen we have a one in seven thousand three hundred chance of being hit by an asteroid called two thousand six Q V, eight nine one hundred sixty four feet double the width of what exploded events, the modeling of Zorba chose it more likely that over four point two million miles this September. But European Space Agency is saying that there's one hundred of a one percent, chance of the model is wrong, and they're going to reissue a model. In fact, they actually were discussing this in the twenty page plan to detail. Steps of what we should do to be prepared for objects. And that was released a year ago at the simulation summit in Maryland. So they're already go ahead. I'm sorry. Changes that are happening right now in the earth, shifting with the North Pole moving so fast that. To. And that's why I think it's very interesting. Very telling were seeing all of this information coming in, and, you know, we knew about this months ago, but I never thought I'd see many scientists jumping on board saying, we could have a tin goose go then happening. And of course, Marshall masters in his article confirmed, more of what I was looking into here. I just wanted to make sure that we give information out long before it happens question I have is did NASA know and that is why they simulation. Eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one eight seven seven seven three three one zero one. Do you think that we're going to have an event in the next.

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"brian stein" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:50 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We are back with Rick. Sterling our space expert will take calls with Rick and next hour. Rick back to the President Trump initiative for twenty twenty four. Where does it stand right now? And what needs to be done to get this thing really rolling what needs to be done for the public to call in the numbers. We've got the links up there. Call in and say we want. The head of the house and Senate appropriations committees and subcommittees. And they are the people that. That. Stands now. It looks like the Senate probably will we'll give it. It's in the house worthy. There's a little bit of resistance. And I think, you know, but George, this is not a partisan issue. This is not a democratic issue. This is the United States issue and possibly a world issue, get away from the idea. You know that this has anything to do with partisan politics. There are partisan politics and funding things. But this concept of, of manned lunar exploration Mars exploration possible existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life, that goes way beyond just, you know, partisan politics, so. You know, whether they be a democrat or Republican, we should contact our elected representatives and request that, they, you know, fund is program. It's very, very important. I think it's important for another reason and it goes back to president Kennedy. The idea of creating hope, especially in the in the young people of the country, barring them to, to study science and math, which is one of the reasons NASA gives in their statements about this. It's very important of the young, people have something very positive focus their minds on something. Like this is just exactly what they need. And we need more scientists in this country. We need more, physicists, biologists, and medical doctors etcetera. What was it that got the president to want to go back on the moon? Twenty twenty four high idea. I do know that I don't think it was something that just happened, all at once because when the vice president announced this on the twenty six tomorrow. March at a meeting of the national space counts on, I might mention he is an excellent excellent vice president, but excellent Shammar national space council. There had been some discussion in earlier meetings of the national space council dating back several months on the advisory board advises, the national space council, and they had recommended, you know, they, I think Mike Griffin Jackman. I think those several other ones recommend. Hey, this is too long. Twenty twenty eight is too long, and they wanted to get this done much earlier. So I think it's, it's, it's basically several things. It's, it's a desire, it's vice it's been going to the national space council that we know we wanna do this faster and they felt a great nation should be able to do it faster. And I think there's another reason that was mentioned by the administrator of NASA, and all of the call an interview he gave in it's called Nath minister on new moon plan, we're going to this doing this in a way that. Never been done before this in the verge website on may twenty seven two thousand nineteen author as Lauren gresh, and she basically asked the administrator Breitenstein, I'll, I'll read you the question I'll give you answer given everything we've talked about. You have one big concern about making this plan a reality. What is the biggest challenges for you guys? And how do you plan to overcome these? Hurdles you have the biggest witnesses the minister talking, you have identified the biggest risk, which is political, and that's why we're not on the moon right now. It's in fact, why we're not on Mars right now way back and we go back to nineteen seventy two. It was at that time, we had a person on the surface of the moon and there have been many efforts since nineteen seventy two to return to the moon, and they had all failed, and they have not feel because of NASA, they have not failed because of technological capabilities of this agency. They have failed because of the women women budgets, that come from politicians, and then he says, so that's one of the reasons it's important to celebrate the. In other words, to get the first moon landing point twenty four and then the administrator says continues as the program goes longer and longer, what happens is priorities change budgets, chains. Administrations change in each one of these things result in additional political risk. I you know, I think he's basically saying that if if we if we don't do this now. He has concerns that if we get into a new president in twenty twenty four that person may decide to cancel this. So there is a you know, a political motivation. Nothing to do with the president trying to have a big victory at the end, then the second administration. Administration. It has to do with a concern by, I'm assuming him and the and, and the people in natural like Mr Brian Stein had if, if we don't get this done fast enough. The next president might cancel remember, President Obama can't be cancelled a lot of programs constellation Clinton basically cancelled the space exploration, under the first President Bush, so we don't want to have a third time if you get this landing done. I think it's logically possible. I think it's, it's something that, you know that's not impossible. Any means. Remember, we've got much more advanced technology than than we had in nineteen sixty nine fifty year ago technology for crying out loud. Unbelievable technically. If we say it had the technology, we have been there in six months. I mean this, you know this, this technology is incredible. I mean, h unbelievable the technology. We have now a straight out of science fiction, and it's, it's just incredible. I have no doubt. We can do it. But we need to start getting it funded this year, the president's requested an additional one point six billion dollars to, you know, for additional money for his unmanned missions. Do say, you know, check out the south pole for water etcetera etcetera, and also mainly to, to make sure that the state launch system is made operational, soon as the big rocket that will carry the Orion spacecraft. The successor to the Apollo command module command module, the new man space vehicle. United States that that requested about six hundred to do that. And then about a fund the actual Lander. Lander is very, very important. And I assuming that we know that the increases in the future are probably going to be more than that. We don't know how much has announced it, but they'll be, you know, it'll be a significant amount. But remember this goes back to the artifacts. If you can show the display that could be a reason they're going back. I don't I I don't I don't I don't accept it. I think it's a reason why we should investigate it, though. I don't think the reason president started program heading to do with artifact. I do think that this these, these structures. Steady research. I do believe that we should send Rovers there. As, as doctor said program, which is part of the presence, burqas, cold commercial, lunar payload services, basically, small Landers and Rovers. I think it's very important to one of these early missions. We know a lot are going to be sent to the south pole and this object. These structures are at the south pole. I think it's very important that we send one over there and finally make it a termination. What is now tell you George. It is determined that this structure is an artifact. I can tell you what's going to happen to the NASA budget. At that point, it's got to be quadrupled virtually right through the roof. It'd be beyond what president Kennedy had it. I mean it's going to be incredible. You know, with that type of money, you know, fifty sixty seventy who knows billion dollars a year. We're going to be exploring in colonizing virtually the entire solar system in a very. Near future. So didn't why I think it's so important that the public call in and do two things to these four people that I mentioned the preparations committee chairman in the subcommittee. Chairman one that they request that, that these that these committees fund President Bush President Bush, I'm sorry, prison, Trump's plan. And Secondly that the NASA send a Rover to this particular spe structures the parcel, see on the far side of the Mon to determine you know what these things are. And like I say, if it's proven that something here is an artifact you know that it's a whole new ballgame. Oh my gosh. I mean it's it's it is one of the wonders of the world. I think if we find out that they're artificial structures out there, then you have to try to ascertain how they get there when they get there. Yeah. And who built an who made them? I think you know there's a scale of civilizations. Carl Sagan always said we weren't even at one. One. If they went to the moon, Rick, you know, they came here if they came from outside our solar system. But let me ask you this possibility. What if and I've had some guests on who believed that, civilizations on this planet, are much older, had much more technology than we think, what are the possibilities that civilizations from earth, millions of years ago, way beyond what anybody, even thought we were had that kind of technology, maybe something happened to the planet. They blew themselves up who knows what. Theory of an advanced technological civilization. I actually believe that I don't know if you've ever heard of the research. Robert Dr shock. I think it's absolutely who's done extensive study. I recommend everyone to get his book, the origins of the spanks. It's excellent book. He he's been on the program geologist physicist mathematician, and he's basically looked at different types of Rosen features on this. Thanks and determined that the Spinks as much older. There's another problem with the, the pyramids of Giza Spinks, even my mind if even more incredible. Not only does it is it obvious be through, Dr shocks research that the Spinks much older. There's no explanation. How these structures got there in the first place. Exactly. Yeah. There'd be on any technological. We don't have even remotely the technological capacity to build the pyramids of Giza now, or the spanks, some of these blocks twenty twenty tonnes hundred tons or more. You and some of the ancient structures on earth like the temple in Lebanon. Pronunciation two thousand foundation there you're talking about massive structures. Whoever built them. I think it's probably probably true. And this is just speculation because nobody's ever proven how they did it. But you're going to have to control gravity, you know, you're going to have to control gravity. And when you get into gravitational control, you're getting into multidimensional physics, you know, the physics of the energy and things like that. I don't see any other explanation. I don't see how anybody could build something like that unless they were able to control gravity. Okay. If we assume there's other civilizations in ancient, I don't know about millions of years. Maybe, you know, thousands, tens of thousands of years theory of Atlantis, you know, Landis is called a lot of things by a lot of people..

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Trump seeks extra $1.6 billion in NASA spending to return to moon by 2024

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Trump seeks extra $1.6 billion in NASA spending to return to moon by 2024

"NASA plans to land a woman on the moon within five years by twenty twenty four. It would be the first human landing on the moon in more than a half century. The last moon landing was in nineteen seventy-two this as President Trump tweets, he has added one point six billion dollars to Nasr's budget for the coming year with that twenty twenty four goal in mind, but. Administrator Jim Brian Stein says the agency is not under scheduled pressure to do things safely. We're gonna do things deliberately step by step in order to achieve the end state. He says NASA is in need of a lot of equipment, and it will take time

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"brian stein" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Choose to go to the moon, and this decayed and do the other things not because they are easy. But because they. Nasa delivered on president Kennedy's audacious challenge. Fifty years ago this July that moon race was fueled by rivalry with the Soviets the desire to honor the wishes of a martyred leader and a blank check from taxpayers. A lot of things just lined up perfectly to make that happen. That's similar ingredients right now. So it's a different era that kind of competition does not exist right now. But what does exist? Now that's unique that didn't happen back then is all of the partnerships with international players during the symposium. The former navy fighter pilot who wasn't even alive during Apollo met with those international partners. He had some convincing to do US space policy has shifted with the political wind in two thousand four President, George W Bush, but tired the shuttle program and set his sights on the moon a program called constellation, but. When Barack Obama became president. He made it clear the moon did not interest him. So in twenty ten he cancelled constellation after an independent committee determined the NASA budget fell far short of the am Bishen. The agency was left with a vague underfunded notion to go to Mars, but in December of twenty seventeen President Trump signed space policy directive one which put NASA back on course to the moon. Nasa policy has been as dizzying as the stomach churning JIMBO rate test in Dourdan by the first, astronauts when you talk to your counterparts as you did or there today, and you tell them we're going to be there in five years, we need your help. They kind of hanging onto their wallet a little bit. Are they little skeptical? We are anxiously anticipate the resources that come from these other countries. But you're right not every country will participate at the same level. And we're okay with that all the big spacefaring nations. Where here except China conspicuous in its absence. What are your thoughts on whether China should somehow be brought into this partnership? So that goes above the pay grade of the NASA administrator what I will tell you that we follow the law. And the law says that NASA is not going to do any bilateral kind of cooperation with China that we're trying to. So what will this international sprint look like to be determined quickly? The president has directed NASA. And administrator Jim Brian Stein to accomplish this goal by any means necessary. You must consider every available option and platform to meet our goals, including industry government, and the entire American space enterprise Pence gave that address at NASA Marshall space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama where they designed the Saturn five rocket that carried Apollo astronauts to the moon, the even bigger rocket. They and Boeing are building. Now, the space launch system or s is troubled. It's. It's behind schedule. Yes. It's over cost. Yes. It's been a challenge every rocket program in history has had those challenges, but we're almost there and the problems that it has had historically it's been under development for ten years. We're getting those problems fixed..

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"brian stein" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on KTRH

"Basically for tow-truck for their wife just standing there and having someone jump out of a car and kill them pretty much instantly. It's it's senseless doctors later found the stolen Camry used in the shooting and trace the killers two black men back to a Taco Bell drive-thru along to ninety with info on the case urged to call crime stoppers NASA working on ways to avoid having an asteroid crash into earth. Nasa administrator, Jim Brian Stein told a planetary defense conference today. The first thing they have to do is track. All the objects that pose a threat there. About twenty five thousand such objects of those we've been able to detect and catalog over eight thousand of and the law that has been passed as that Nasr's required to be able to detect track and characterize ninety percent of that. And he says one of those objects could make another pass it earthen Twenty-one Twenty-three another showdown between the Trump administration and congress. The attorney general now may not appear at a house hearing this week House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler is threatening a subpoena. If attorney general William Boras no-show for Thursday hearing, that's not up to the attorney general to tell the committee how to conduct his business, or we will decide what the most effective way of asking questions. They Justice department objects to judiciary committee format that would allow committee lawyer to ask our questions and addition to lawmakers bar is expected to testify day earlier at a Wednesday hearing with the Republican led Senate Judiciary committee on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern. Fox News KTAR h news time four oh. Four time to check your money. Here's KTAR h money, man. Pat shinned brought to you by diem auto.

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"brian stein" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on Science Friday

"And it's such a historic moment for the residents here. I'm a younger gentleman by age of thirty three years old. And so I wasn't around that politicians, but it gets me so excited as I sure does the using this country. My question is thank you. All go ahead. Oh on a hundred percent. My question is a mystery Breitenstein with with the success that SpaceX and NASA have done through partnership Nath is provided such critical resources through their expertise. And there's been a great partner to SpaceX and like Ilan said SpaceX won't be around and be successful without NASA. So with that as we move towards the focus to the moon and for the moon to Mars, why is NASA still focusing on the program for that for that launch capability when clearly we have companies like Boeing. Coming online and companies like SpaceX. I remember provide these resources to get out of Lou low-earth orbit it into the moving. We're coming up on a break. Let me who get an answer before we go. Yeah. I'll be really quick great question, by the way SOS has a bigger payload capacity than any rocket. That's ever been built in history. Of course, it's taller than the statue of liberty with a bigger faring size for more volume. Here's the thing we need a permanent presence at and on the moon. We need reusability. The gateway which is a space station in orbit around the moon. Think of a very small space station is an essence a reusable command and service module. We need a very heavy lift rocket a super heavy lift rocket to put that in place for reusability. To drive down the cost and increase the access to the surface of the moon. It is true that there could come a day when other companies can have that super heavy lift capability. It's not there right now, we're getting really close with SOS. And of course, Orion is is very close as well. We need to keep developing these capabilities, but here's. The thing if there are opportunities to partner with private industry just like we did with SpaceX and Boeing for commercial crew in the future, you're likely to see that happen right now. Those opportunities aren't presented to us in a way that we're ready to move out on it. But certainly that is on the horizon if and when that day comes all, right? We're gonna take a break and take lots more calls eight four four seven two four eight two five five lot of people calling. We have a lot of people tweeting. And here's a tweet from Shannon who says since International Women's Day. Please ask your guest. If returning to the moon will include a woman on the moon, something that's never happened. Thirty seconds for an answer forever. The answer is absolutely. In fact, it's likely to be a woman the first next person on the moon. It's also true that the first person on Mars is likely to be a woman. So these are great days, we have the first all female spacewalk spacewalk happening this month at the end of March, which is of course, national women's. Month. So NASA is committed to making sure that we have a broad and diverse set of talent. And we're looking forward to to the first woman on the moon there. You have news from Jim Brian Stein. He'll be with us going to stay up to the break. We'll be back eight four four seven two four eight two five five. He can also tweet us at sci-fi. Stay with us. We'll be right back on the other side of the break. Science Friday is supported by ZipRecruiter. Hiring used to be hard multiple job sites. Stacks of resumes. But today hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done..

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"brian stein" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on WJR 760

"Our Ken Calverley, and Chuck Brian Stein. Eight eight eight six five four guys what are the topics that we had dedicated to this weekend was thermal imaging, and and the technology really came of age during the Vietnam war where they created what they called F L I R forward looking infrared flare blur. And the camera. A lot of the cameras you see today are flirt cameras, but they mounted these forward looking infrared cameras in the nose cones of the jets. So as they swept over the jungle they could actually take pictures to see where he pictures. So if there were a thousand troops moving through the dense jungle, and it's interesting to be at Phnom war. I read where they would actually Ty the canopies over the trails. So they couldn't be seen from above interesting. But the thermal imaging would pick up. Troop movement in the vehicles. So has anyone ever seen all the cop show is out there and the helicopter above trying to find the people at night? Yeah. That's what they're using. What was the famous movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger were the monster? Could only be seen through heat signature. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Really? Well done. Yeah. Oh boy. Someone's gonna call for his okay? Well, we'll listener tell us but bottom line. These cameras will take pictures, and they will detect heat differentials in a in a building and someone that has a good camera in knows how to read it. We used to use one in the class the building I talked with him at might for our green build class, and we would go around at night in the wintertime and take pictures throughout the building. Yes. And then identify what they were what they represented, and it was a great exercise for both myself and the students but water if waters in the building it will have a different heat signature, then than the materials around it predator. Ooh, great movie. That was a great movie. Yeah. Watch. It was a good example. There really is a good example one thing I love about these cameras. Dave come way down in price to the to the point. Where actually a lot of homeowners. They wanted to buy a toy you could buy them for a few hundred bucks. Now, they're not as I know that. Yes. They actually had cap is good that apps. You can download that give you the same effect. Now from what I've seen the reviews from your cell phone are anywhere near as good. I'm the I'm looking at a picture right now side by side of a regular picture of a ceiling with a addict access at it a two by two add halls. Discover the whole yes. And they're shooting at say shooting they've taken a picture with the camera and everything around it is red or yellow which means plenty warm, but the actual access is almost a black purple which means they're losing so much heat in that access, and you and I always talk about that that access door to your addict should have some seals on. It is should not you should actually have some Batt insulation. Well, gaskets trained to to glue rigid foam to the back surfed perfect rigid foam is going to give you a better our value. It's going to air seal and then use. Gas getting material adhesive type gas getting material. Yep. Where the scuttle actually closes against the frame that holds it in place. Yes. Now, here's another one too. If someone shoots a replica adequately shoot the insulation in the attic, they can let's the a blown in silos. They can see. And the, cellulose, what parts may need to have a little more put on top of it because the heat will Lilley come right through it. Well, and that's what we see on. Here. Something scary. Sure, if you got mice nesting in that, cellulose, you'll pick up the heat signature of the critters and tunnels. Yeah. And the and the tunnels as well. So let's talk some more about this after we come back to the phones because it's a fascinating subject, and it's one that a lot of our listeners can take advantage really is eight eight eight six five four guys equals eight eight eight six five four four eight nine seven. Let's talk to very patient Mary from maumee, Ohio. Good morning, Mary you're on with the inside outside guys. I n WJR. Problems for. The price for a crap. Someone on something like this. It's your problem. Well. Well, pushing water out of the price. Drain. The problem. In your area. I'm not sure. But I I'm going to ask you a quick couple quick questions. You say you have groundwater coming up from the joints. That's what it sounds like from your joints in your garage floor. Well, I don't think. So I think it comes from from the cars. Don't have a drone. Okay. Well, you're not alone. Most people.

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"brian stein" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"He's a bad guy. They really don't. What are we going to defeat them? Stop enough on John just you know, he's at my house. I'm getting I'm starting to get the coat right now. It's time for uncle drunk. All the leaf. Sorry. You gotta go. Is pretty wild, though, the way he evolved on the whole. Oh, yeah. Is there's personal gain involved. Yes. I mean, why not? We've all got a price. Somebody who will do it real quick to your big baseball guy. And of course, Craig is a Yankee fan Mariano Rivera going to the hall of fame, first, unanimous hall of fame vote I ever which is ridiculous. When you think about it? It is in who didn't vote for Willie Mays. Sign buddy. Didn't I understand most better? But here's the thing. Is there anyone that shouldn't vote for that guy to be in the hall of fame? Well, if they don't vote for me shouldn't be dropped from the Baseball Writers Association. You shouldn't even get a vote. I mean, it's not even close, right? Goes in on the first ballot. Oh, stop that. I'm serious. But you know, what that's like I don't believe in either. I was glad to see this do deserve it or not who deserves it more than this. Nobody. One of the reasons I bring it up because I read the Mariano Rivera book, and I watched dominate not a Yankees fan. But then reading his story what he came from. You think banner story is like oh my gosh. The American dream, man. If you don't know that story that book, you would really appreciate it. It's fantastic. Remember him crying when they won that when he won his first MVP award in the World Series. Remember that member bawling like a baby. The I don't either we you know, what I remember what I remember the last time that he pitched the Yankee Stadium. Yes. And it was Jeter that to other teammates that came out to get him. Yeah. And he broke down. That was what I was. I broke down your admitting. It man you wept. Scott. That's very Gillett of you that I know that was incredible moment though, come on Craig. Did you weep when that happened? Yes. Yeah. I did we pay like a small child. It was amazing. I saw Derek jeeter. Good buydell. The Yankee Stadium too. Moment's derek. Into. Okay. Just stop. We're having a moment here. Go in one hundred percent to sh. I wept. When Rivera got taken out just like, you guys did see except my kids were there. And they saw it was one of the first times, they you. Are you crying? That was a moment, man. Oh, yeah. I gosh. That was incredible. Did you ever see your dad cry? Yeah. Well, my dad credit Brian Stein, freaked out. You know, his dad's gotten older, you see it more often. I don't know if that's common or not. But yeah, I mean, the first memory I don't wanna bring it up because it was really sad. But yes, it's, you know, one of those things the other thing I wanted to ask you Scott particular about Mario Rivera, can I get my book back someday. Okay. Just know that if Robbins is in your life at all. And you like, maybe. Loan something to not something books. You're not getting it back. You're just not. It's not coming back. But that's okay. I'm just going to buy. I'll get it back to you. Jeez. My son's. It's not like lawnmowers snowblowers sons asked me a lot of times. I want to read that book did Scott ever give it back. So now, I just know that I just need to go buy another one. Thanks. Sorry. He wept, but he'll get busy. There's a company DNA testing unscathed dog food. We'll explain why next. Hi some days. Even our Mike rusty turn to blue EMU moving us nine. Greasy deep penetrating formula down deep for big time comfort, and more importantly, it doesn't leave me smelling that works fast..

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"brian stein" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"brian stein" Discussed on WJR 760

"Guys on news talk seven sixty WJR from the roof to the basement from the street to the back band. They've got you covered. Here are Chuck Breitenstein and Ken Calverley happy new year. Everyone who walk into the inside outside guy. The first addition of the new year and the first edition of our new time starting at ten AM both Saturday and Sunday from this point forward except for today. We will be off at eleven o'clock really our show today. Spartan basketball will be coming on once. We're done the inside guy. Chuck Brian Stein is at a family function. If you know the inside outside guys family is everything and he is spending today with his family in his steady. We have Mr. Keri Russell who is the president chief cooking bottle washer CEO of blessed assurance home inspection. Heard Terry on our show many time he is a wealth of information and a good sit in for the inside guy or the outside. How you doing brother? Good. Good morning everyone. So how things at blessed assurance home inspections? Couldn't be better. Could you tell us a little bit about your tell the listeners a little bit about yourself and your company? Sure, I started the company in two thousand eleven actually January first two thousand eleven so we're we're celebrating our eight year anniversary in business prior to that my background is basically a remodeler carpenter by trade, but kind of learned jack-of-all-trades. Okay. As I as my experience grew. So a lot of experience in fire in mold restoration, so interesting. There's a lot of that mold issues going out going on out there right now as we speak aren't there? Oh, yes. We talked about that as as time goes on. Hey, check out the inside outside guys' Facebook page, Terry. And I just put a video. Oh out and one of the subjects. I wanted to make sure that we covered today is all the do it yourself by gadgets isn't the right words materials out there. They all have a purpose, Terry. Yes. But they're all abused. More isn't always better fair to say, and we had this video and one of the first things we put out there. And I want to get right to this. Because this is something that people do all the time. Is Chuck and I talk about how important it is to keep your furnace filter changed. Correct. But then people go, okay. Well, I gotta do better than that. And they get those little filters that go over there. Vance the dirt collectors that and that's part of the theory. And we understand that part. Right. We get it. But tell people what is what is one of the main reasons they don't want to do that. Especially with the newer furnaces enter out there. It's going to make your furnace work. We too hard. You know, it's meant to. I know a lot of guys that put the furnaces don't even like the the habit filters. Right. The furnace, right? Yeah. It's you know, it's funny when you talk about filters furnace filters, Terry because you'll hear people say you want it dirty once you get thirty. Then it really starts to work. You hear people say no you want to the thinnest cheapest filter you can buy right? And then you have people that wanna do big thick ones. Depends on who you doesn't do. And they're all professionals that talk that way, absolutely. So that's the only way you need to change them. So neither change him. And is it fair to say don't filter don't block off don't mess with your vets at all. Yeah. You need the airflow you need the airflow circulating restrictions whatsoever. See how people do their they call. They call that zone heating their own little zone heating if they're in a room that they never use Dell. Block those vents off there, and there are many reasons more than just what it can do to your furnace brook. Could do that room that room gets too cold? Well in that room gets too cold. You're still going to get some heat into that room. Right. So that he's gonna hit the cold walls. And it's gonna condensate you're gonna end up with mold especially in light closets in those areas. Those dr. Yup. Those dark areas are gonna wind up with cracks in the seams stuff starts its plaster, all the pleasure at seeing start pushing in Poland. So being a home inspector what kind of tell some tell some stories. I didn't I didn't even tell you. I was gonna ask you this patella some story. You've had to see some crazy stuff out there, Terry. Yeah. I've seen a circuit wired for two or one ten on a antenna lying. Oh, goodness. I remember that picture. Yeah. Yeah. Well, tell you what we're gonna do. We're gonna break we're gonna continue talking to Terry Russell from blessed assurance home. Inspections. We'll be taking your calls at eight eight eight six five four guys. And we're getting once again, we're going to continue to talk about appearances that Chuck, and I will be outside guys we making in the next few weeks. We'll talk about that as well. This next segment of the inside outside guys is brought to you by top shelf painting top-shelf is going to be one of the sponsors of the inside outside guys. The next home show if you're thinking about getting your house, professionally painted interior or exterior you wanna call top shelf painting. Right on schedule fake metal roofs are failing big time. Frank former president of American metal roofs about ten years ago. I started seeing a scary trend in metal roofing unscrupulous refers were selling installing what I call fake metal roofs. They took metal roofing panels were designed to be used only on Barnes in started installing them on a homes like yours. They told their customers at these crew through roofs were just as good as ours only a lot cheaper. And now ten years later. We're getting lots of calls from homeowners asking if we can help them, and we can't the roofs are jumped these cheaper metal roofs didn't include any of the necessary components that are used real metal roofs, fake, Belarus, have thousands of spirits through them that have worked loose and are leaking. I know of one fake Melrose homeowner who's repairs replacement 'cause top one hundred thousand dollars. And of course, the companies out of business..

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