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"carl fine" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Lighting up callers right now, but let's get started open lines. Carla's in Boston on coast to coast Am Carl. Fine. I have been finishing topic talk about. But do you mind if I comment on that one collar? Now let's move on from that. Let's just let's go with worrying. Let's move forward. I think being attached is, uh, Then I'll be quiet. Uh, my quote my, uh To comments are you know inter dimensional travel is real and one collar. Many months ago, I was listening, said that it is possible to live forever. They even live forever, And it's hard to fathom. But I have Mm. Wish it leave. Become aware that time is not constant time. Think of a nano meter or nano checking. Think of how many are nanoseconds? Are you Meaning and think of her nano. You can root time and get to a different outcome. I just think that's uh you know, time travel is most definitely possible and inter dimensional travel is a real thing and I'll take my answer is out there. I fully accept that. That's what you think I I'd like to see. Evidence of that, But I do think there's certainly in terms of conceptual physics and that kind of thing. I think you've got plenty of support out there and Before to having them be future guests on coast to coast east of the Rockies. Joel is in Cleveland on coast to coast, Joel. Hi. This is a joke calling from Cleveland, Ohio High? Yes. Hi. Um, I've spent I'm very deeply into the scientific case for the Bible apologetics. And I've been studying for 30 years now, maybe a little more. Um The scientific case, which we feels that there are over 30 million evidences against the theory of evolution and for one verse of Genesis, Chapter one. 31, which says that all life was on Earth at the same time, and here's how this plays out. In the time of Charles Darwin, if not earlier. Till now, scientists have been placing living species of animals and plants. In the range of what happens is believed to be millions of years ago. Those on this this descent of modern species Of plants and animals goes right into the dinosaur time in 1991. When I began to research, I was using a U. S government catalog, which is online. Which placed scores if not hundreds of modern geniuses, Arjun era of plants in the dinosaur time and then I begin to find that around 18 68 modern species of plants. Exact Genus and species Exact were being placed in the dinosaur time by the United States Geological Survey. The name of the catalog is a catalog of the message. So it and finish with plants of North America by Frankie notes and Mason like no North 1919 now Okay. Some people say that you know that earlier research, you know, you really can't go by that. But subset can read research subsequent research since then, only right into the 21st century. Shows that They confirms and advances the work of these early government scientists okay, then about 2000 and one in the University of Florida. Came out with a four card back the fossil vertebrates of Florida and they began to place modern animal species from the late ice age. Into the plie. Oh, scene, And so I'm thinking. Wait a minute. There's I'm onto something here so Okay. My my my data sources include the United States Geological Survey, the National Academy of Sciences, the Smithsonian Institute and Boy what they know of the University of Florida. The University of Chicago. The University of North Carolina is great idea. Idaho State University. I accept all those things, but you know, there's so many other books in there that With all of those, even within those very same sources. There are books and write and other academic articles and Research that would contradict that. It isn't just that they all agree, right. You're not saying that just because you pulled one book out of one library, and you matched it with something else that I have So many data sources. I bet you do. I bet you do. There's a way Wait. We're not debating whether you have a lot of we're not debating whether you have a lot of data sources. Work with PhD students all the time, Right? I work on Major D sees that people are putting together and that's not. That's never the question. The question isn't how many it's. It's the quality of those sources. And I think government Data University data. Is our two good sources and the baby are foreign governments. Foreign sciences in Europe who are placing have placed modern bird they have what they have a website. Placed modern bird species from the late ice age. I believe into the Miocene. Okay, there's the Australian government has a website placing modern species of animals in the range of millions of years ago. Who's Chinese data? I accept all these things were moving, so I I appreciate that. I just I don't know whether in the end That comes that that solidifies your conclusion. But Well, there are sources from each of those will say the same thing. I totally accept that. But there's many other books that would disagree with it, and we could. We could line up a whole nother syriza of books from all of those same sources that with that disagree with it, but that's not I understand you. You believe it and you, I think you're It's good that you're doing all of that primary research and I wish all of my students. Understood the beauty of finding primary sources as well. And we'll have to leave it there while card line Mary is in New Jersey for open lines on coast to coast, Mary, How are you tonight? I'm great. Thank you. Actually, um, This is a story about John the Baptist..
"carl fine" Discussed on KTOK
"Callers right now, but let's get started open lines, Uh, Carla's in Boston on coast to coast Am Carl. Fine. I have been finishing topic to talk about. But do you mind if I comment on that one collar? No, Let's move on from that. Let's just let's go with worry. Let's move forward. Just I think being attached is, uh then I'll be quiet. My quote My To comments are you know inter dimensional travel is real in one collar. Many months ago, I was listening, said that it is possible to live forever. They even live forever, and it's hard to find them. But I have Mm. Wish it leave. Become aware that time is not constant time. Think of a nano meter or nanosecond. Think of how many are nanoseconds are in, uh, minutes and Think of Gore Nano. You can root time and get to a different outcome. I just think that's uh You know, time travel is most definitely possible and inter dimensional travel is a real thing and I'll take my answer is up there I pulled except that that's what you think I I'd like to see. Evidence of that, But I do think there's certainly in terms of conceptual physics and that kind of thing. I think you've got plenty of support out there and a Before to having them be future guests on coast to coast east of the Rockies. Joel is in Cleveland on coast to coast, Joel. Hi. This is a joke calling from Cleveland, Ohio High? Yes. Hi. Um, I've spent I'm very deeply into the scientific case for the Bible apologetics. And I've been studying for 30 years now, maybe a little more. Um The scientific case, which reveals that there are over 30 million evidences against the theory of evolution and for one verse of Genesis, Chapter one. 31, which says that all life was on Earth at the same time, and here's how this plays out. From the time of Charles Darwin. If not earlier. Till now, scientists have been placing living species of animals and plants. In the range of what happens is believed to be millions of years ago, though, on this descent of modern species. Of plants and animals goes right into the dinosaur time in 1991. When I began to research, I was using a U. S government catalog, which is online. Which placed scores if not hundreds of modern geniuses, Arjun era of plants in the dinosaur time and then I begin to find that around 18 68 modern species of plants. Exact Genus and species Exact, were being placed in the dinosaur time by the United States Geological Survey. The name of the catalog is a catalog of the Mesozoic and finish with plants of North America. Bye, Frankie North listen like no, not 1919 now, Okay? Some people say that you know that earlier research, you know, you really can't go by that. But Subsequent read recent subsequent research since then, going right into the 21st century shows that They confirms and advances the work of these early government scientists. Okay. Then about 2000 and one of the University of Florida came out with a book hard back the fossil vertebrates of Florida and they began to place modern animal species. From the late ice age into the plie. Oh, scene, And so I'm thinking. Wait a minute. There's I'm onto something here so Okay my mind. My data. Sources include the United States Geological Survey, the National Academy of Sciences, the Smithsonian Institute and Boy what they know of the University of Florida. The University of Chicago. The University of North Carolina is great idea. Idaho State University. I accept all those things, but you know, there's so many other books in there that With all of those, even within those very same sources, there are books and Right and other academic articles and research that would contradict that. It isn't just that They all agree, right? You're not saying that just because you pulled one book out of one library, and you matched it with something else that I have So many data sources. I bet you do. I bet you do. There's a way way. We're not debating whether you have a lot of we're not debating whether you have a lot of data sources. Work with PhD students all the time, right? I work on major. BC's people are putting together and that's not. That's never the question. The question isn't how many It. It's the quality of those sources. And I think the government data university data is our two good sources. Instability are foreign governments, foreign I insist in Europe who are placing have placed modern bird They have what they have a website. They've placed modern bird species from the late ice age. I believe into the Miocene. Okay, There's the Australian government has a website placing modern species of animals.
"carl fine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Johnson, J. Williams and Zubin Mahanta. The big splash for the next next year is Ion. What's What is going on Pelicans organization. I do not know, but I know RJ Berger plays for the Knicks. I know that they have a great report. I don't know if Zara get itself out of the Pelican situation, it'll be interesting to see. But Zion Williamson The New York Knicks jersey. I'll just flowed out there. John J. Will and Zubin weekday mornings at six Eastern on ESPN radio or streaming live on the ESPN app. Every Sunday night. Beautiful night for baseball way. See MLB's best where hearts on their sleeves are can't wait. Doing things. You won't believe what people seek out its baseball for all of us. Honey Billy's Graves give us Sunday night Baseball Sunday at seven Eastern on ESPN. Telecast presented by Taco Bell. Today. Angola Junior. Which of these hamstrings are you more worried about Kevin Durant coming back now, after a long hiatus for this or James Harden and this recent injury that now they're dealing with down a critical stretch of the season. I am worried about James Harden's just because James Harden is going to be the distributor down the stretch. Or this Brooklyn Nets team today and golden Junior weekdays at four Eastern on ESPN radio and now watch exclusively on ESPN. Plus, this is Ron from Birmingham Previously from Carl, Fine bombshell back Brown joining us on the program ages and number. So if you if you're gonna feel old and you're gonna live old, that's one thing is just like Paul. The Everything they.
"carl fine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"carl fine" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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"carl fine" Discussed on WDRC
"At Yale University is the author previously of slaves in the family and now the most recent book the inventor and the tycoon a non fiction book about two fascinating man Edward Muybridge and the tycoon Leland Stanford who as you mention was the former governor of California a fabulously wealthy man who you mentioned in the book was only happy when he was acquiring things and he's acquired this friend Edward Muybridge the inventor photographer and now we know acquitted murderer but he really did murder his wife but the court decided effectively you murdered her for a good reason because she turned you into a cockle you know what he did not murder his wife he murdered his wife's going I'm sorry his wife's boyfriend I I stand has been correctly he where he murders the boyfriend does not murder the wife but does he go back to his wife after this acquittal at trial yeah he doesn't know his wife is Carl fines and won't have him and he doesn't want her and within six months he contracts influenza and dies age twenty three in San Francisco and so is this episode closes like a book behind my bridge who is able to go on with his life it goes back to work for the railroads Robert Barron Leland Stanford who has a house of fifty thousand square foot house on knob hill in San Francisco and in the state south of the city which is the present location of Stanford University but Sir when he lived there it was his horse farm and and the standard says would come to do more with this business of photographing these animals there's not quite enough so my bridge invents a projection device it's possibly the first chapter of moving pictures created and he calls it pronounceable name it something something nearly as unpronounceable as his own maybe call today's suprax of scope and this device it loads so revealed a disks with his photographs of horses on to this device the desk and curls protecting life behind we have moving pictures on the screen for the first time Mrs many years for Edison eighteen years before Edison Thomas Edison act creates what he called the conetta scope which is typically what we think of as the beginning and the mileage project as divine has invented this creation nobody's ever seen it before Stanford's decides he's going to throw a party he the office is effectively become his house entertainer to all of his friends and so on the nineteen January eighteen eighty at Stanford man and on a night in January eighteen eighty Stanford's in his mansion on knob hill invites the senators of from California the governor of New York a number of silver a typhoons who've made fortunes in the Nevada still reminds these are all is is cohorts and is here is the only of the west coast in the eighteen eighties and my bridge that sub his apparatus in the tremendously over decorated parlor that they call the Pompeii and room and he projects the images of horses in motion and this could be calls the first day I think of the moving picture business which later turned into Hollywood which later turned into television men's legislator turns into our own obsession with moving pictures on screens we carry around with us and this takes place in the place and time it's really quite remote to our own you know everyone is still relying on horses in on firewood there's no such thing as the electrification of houses and so on and this is the the climax of the friendship and the partnership between these two unmatched which becomes nationally famous and so it begins to tour the country with his device photographs people running photographs animals running towards the country showing off this new imagery Stanford it becomes jealous of his Chicago former collaborator and decides he's going to undercut him so in the eighteen eighty two I think our eighty three Stanford publishing the book which contains all of my bridges photographs but he doesn't put mortgages name on it he puts his own name on it and and the mileage is appalled by this betrayal and filed a lawsuit against his former friend and their friendship and comes to a net now let me ask you I'm talkin Edward ball and I want to remind you the book is called the inventor in the tycoon and you're a wonderful storyteller but look let me ask you this is this out of character for Stanford to to be so bothered by the fact that this man who's you know nothing financially compared to Leland Stanford Stanford has all these you know ranches in the houses and all this a claim and and notoriety and a and a huge bank account but he's he's jealous of a man who could make moving pictures in front of audiences it but is that is that in his character to have reacted this way to this outrage that this guy is getting more attention than he does yes yes well he was a vain person he was obsessed with money and he was obsessed with the renowned that he had earned by building the rail roads that connect it the west to the east he was treated by the press for a long time as a kind of a prince on a on a savior prince who brought California in to the union by finishing the central Pacific railroad and he loves this kind of a claim so I wish there was this appetite in the end and eighty he didn't like someone else sharing the attention he is he caught so my rigid loses this friendship but he continues with his career and he works in Philadelphia photographing people in all variety of movements and athletic contests and in households chores to be making these and many dramas out of his movies and he continues his lecture doors and Stanford also carries on his life in in California a tragic thing happens to Mitch Stanford he has one son they learn stand for junior and use the sun contract a fever comes down with a fever and dies at age fifteen and temperate in his wife came are understated and they they begin to act actually your delay themselves they they conduct seances to try to retrieve the the soul of their their dead son and finally they they decide that they will memorialize their loss boy by creating a a school in his name until the end down this new college Stanford University which is called Leland Stanford junior university named after this dead boy and they turn over their states and make it into an educational institution the birth of his greatest legacy this this this institute the March continues his life and he's but he's not able to bring his invention to an industrial scale we're going to make this story up in just a moment Mr ball again I hate to interrupt Edward ball is with me a teacher it's a Yale University and the author most recently of the inventor and the tycoon Edward Muybridge and Leland Stanford and we'll be back with Edward ball in just a moment you're listening.
"carl fine" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And it changed the whole game around and then west night coach girl he was behind. He got that technical and the whole game changed ball. Don't you think it's sort of a semi science, those good coaches? I mean, there is no it's intuition you, and you know, sometimes you can you can you can make a mistake. But I think coaches realized they have to do something. It's like calling an onside kick or fake punt. If you get it, right? Everyone loves it. If you in basketball, if you get it wrong, it just makes you just compound the situation, but Pearl Pearl knows what he's doing. And you know, what I think the officials know what's going on too. Sometimes I wonder if guys like Pearl don't tell if there's women beginning. I wouldn't be surprised. I mean, that's the way you do it in these guys are friendly before the game. I mean, they're always on top of each other. I mean. Yeah. And you walk over say, listen, I'm about and as long as you feel officials will let you know I've sat at courtside enough times when they say come on. You're not getting away with that. Again. You know, it's over. Think sometimes Bali get behind by eight to ten points, and they figure what do I have to lose? But when you have three good teams sometimes five up last night was a prime example of that coach Pearl did it. So I just thought I'd make comment, and I'm enjoying the show, and you have a good show, Paul. Thank you. Great to hear from you. Let's continue with more phone calls. Carl is in Kentucky. How are you Carl fine? Paul and good afternoon to you. Thank you follow. There's been a lot of discussions about Alabama basketball. I don't understand they consternation. I'm going to predict that they'll win the NC double A tournament the same year that Kentucky wins the college football playoff. You know, Carl I would tell you this Kentucky football came lot closer to this year the Alabama basketball. Well, they did. But that that's the exception. I hope we can continue that. But I doubt it, you know, six six eight seven five season for Kentucky football is not bad now, and you know, five hundred plus for Alabama basketball. The fire star basketball players are not knocking on the doors. You're right. And I've always felt Kentucky basketball in Alabama football. We're we're we're one in the same. They are almost impossible to differentiate and the foot. They all have basketball program has had success. But it's it's been so far in the past. You've you probably remember I mean back in I mean in the seventies and even the eighties, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee were really the the kingpins and basketball. But it it's they've been bad for so long that it's hard for anyone to remember unless you're. Fifty plus, right. Just one other comment, Paul? I'll let you go. It's I think it was last week, but I really appreciated the comments you get to the gentleman from Ohio who broad brushed the south home. They racism. Yeah. And I really I really appreciate that keep up the good work. Thank you Carl. I mean, there's a fine line in defending the south. But that guy just put me over the edge. And I I'm not one of the just blatant blanket blanket defense things just to defend them. But when you when you when you paint a broad brush, you're going to get you're going to get a response, Darryl is in Kentucky on the air next. Hey, Darryl night ball. Thank you. All right. I wanted to ask you something. I applaud Kentucky basketball for a long long time. But in your opinion is this maybe the best Tennessee team. Tennessee is ever put on floor. Very possibly, you know, I I was in Knoxville for the last great. I mean, Tennessee's had some good teams Bruce had a team about ten years ago that that was outstanding. But but I always thought the best Tennessee team. I've ever seen was the one with Ernie Grunfeld in Menard king they had about three or four other players on that team team never really seemed to do anything in the turnament though, which it was forgotten about..
"carl fine" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"All right let's get inside katie sack off that's my line it's my two side of us michael rosenbaum's not filmed in front of allies to do audience so tell me about your stockers i don't know who it is they just doesn't even name it wasn't like merry christmas love the woman no they're just you know since i started dating my boyfriend the laurel this stocker gone up a little bit yeah yeah karl urban urban they're women years now yes it has something i didn't know who you were dating and by the way if you don't know first of all thank you for loan it'd be inside of you see so welcome i'm sure carl's fine i've been waiting for this moment but carl i'm always been attracted to that guy oh my god she's dating that guy from star trek but he's so like is he anything with bones as character in star trek dry like that sort of like he had he does have a dry sense of humor i mean for the people that know him we get like all aspects of him that are quite magnificent but he's he's he's also very serious like he's just sort of you know serious yeah he make me uncomfortable i don't like serious folks no no he's not that serious that sir no no but so right before rob my producer yeah here these taking pictures of us booking but he didn't know star trek was didn't that is not what star trek you didn't know who bones was.