18 Burst results for "Charles Schulz"

"charles schulz" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on WJR 760

"The first peppermint Patties. They were sold on Lee in the northeastern states until 1975. Those are the best The Patties have one of the least amounts of calories and fat compared to other national popular candy bars. Charles Schulz introduced peppermint patty to his peanuts happening strip. August. 22nd and Patricia Ricard is peppermint Patties. Actual name. It really was a peppermint Pattie. I love it. Learn something new every day on the Paul W swish up and the important news like that. I guess I've got to go with before you get to say that. Popeyes is following up. They're very popular chicken sandwich with their first ever fish sandwich. You think the lines will be long for that? Hmm? I do. I honestly do. Wow. Hmm. I think that they'll be long lines if there's a picture of it, and it looks pretty good. See the pickles are a big part of whatever they make. Because the chicken sandwich have pickles. Now the fish sandwich has pickles and some kind of a sauce that I always felt was missing with Chick fil A E. I didn't realize you have to order additional. You know, you have to say you want to the special sauce I didn't realize at the time that I first went there 6 14 wjr. This report is sponsored by Lord and Taylor. It's the final weeks to shop it Lord and Taylor before they closed forever. Shop now and save 75 to 90% throughout the store. Great Valentine's Day gives her on sale. Save up to 80%, and they're fine.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They all came from a very determined cartoonist with a clear vision. Charles Schulz. Coming up. His widow, Jean Schulz, will tell you about honoring the work her husband started in a new cartoon series that's coming up Plus when he was just 19 years old Dan Hill Road and saying one of the biggest songs of the 19 seventies, he went on to write hits for people like Britney Spears and Celine Dion Dan Hill. We'll talk about his long career getting inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame. And he'll tell you all about his new song all about anti black racism. All that coming up on cute. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Back up to the police officers at the U. S Capitol begging for help and clearly panicked as they are overwhelmed by a mob of pro trump extremist last month. House impeachment managers showing in some cases never boasted foreseen VIDEO today taken from security cameras inside the U. S. Capitol House impeachment managers, Stacey Plaskett laid the blame for Lee at the feet of one person. President Trump Put a target on their backs and his mob broke into the capital. Hunt them down in some cases, never before seen video shows the mob threatening to kill both vice President Pence and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Both were evacuated from the U. S. Capitol. January, the six so far some 200 people have been charged in connection with the attack that claimed the lives of five people, including the U. S. Capitol police officer. President Biden had his first call since taking off with was Chinese President Xi Jinping, NPR's frank or donors, reports. The call comes as the two world leaders face off on multiple challenges from the economy to the climate to national security. Senior administration officials told reporters ahead of the call that President Biden had prepared to lay out several concerns, too. She including human rights, cybersecurity and Chinese aggression, and the Indo Pacific region. But they noted that the United States sees areas of common interest with China, including climate change, a senior official said the Biden team found merit and the Trump administration's basic proposition of an intense strategic competition with China. But also found quote problems with the way in which the Trump Administration went about that competition, unquote Namely by a skewing historic alliances and declining to focus on human rights and other traditional US values abroad. Franco or don't Yes. NPR news number of unauthorized immigrants crossing the Southwest border continues to increase under the Biden administration, NPR's John Burnett explains. Immigration agents arrested 6% more undocumented border crossers in January than December. Even more telling is that the number of undocumented border crossers has spiked more than 100% since the same period last year put another way Agents detained and expelled about 2500 migrants today last month. Compared to 1200 a day a year ago. Customs and Border Protection says The uptick began last year under the previous president, and it's driven by crime and instability in central America. Biden's critics say more migrants are trying to get across the border because he's promised more lenient immigration policies. There are also reports that human smugglers are giving migrants false hopes of easy asylum. Biden's immigration team, concerned about chaos of the border is telling perspective migrants to stay in their home countries. This is not the time to come. John Burnett NPR news on Wall Street, The Dow was up 61 points. This is NPR. And this is W when my C in New York I'm Shawn Carlson. Housing activists or worried that New York City tenants do not know if they need to apply if they want their landlords to be banned from evicting them. Through May 1st on Lee, a little more than 2000, New York City tenants have filled out applications so far. And a Whitford is reporter with law. 3 60. She says tenants didn't have to do anything to get infection delay into the current ban, but the second phase requires New Yorkers to apply. You know, it might be lost on some people that this Form exists and you really have to qualify for a pen covert related hardship to you extend your protection. Nearly 38,000 residential eviction cases have been filed in New York City since June. Current ban on evictions ends on February 26th. If you're feeling anxious about the return of indoor dining in New York City on Friday, you were not alone. City Pereira of Gotham s reports on what psychologists say you could do to emotionally prepare. Everyone is eager to pivot back to their pre covert lives. But the reopening of restaurants may also brew fear and stress. Kathryn Good, a psychology professor at Baru College, says mixed emotions are normal during a crisis. You might even be feeling some anger that you're being Required to go back into these social interactions. Good and other psychologists say Restoring our comfort levels will be a gradual process to prepare a plan in advance What you might do if you encounter a crowd also try practicing mindfulness to mitigate stress. Light snow tonight mostly after now, In fact, 10 PM will of 26 Tonight Windchills between 20 and 25. Then we could see some more lights No tomorrow but probably little to no accumulation. Mostly cloudy honey, or 34. Stubbly When my CIA 10.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"All right, You guys just permit me one sentimental moment here, will you? I have something to say. Christmas. It's not giving. It's not the getting. It's the loving There. I said it. Look it over here. Christmas specials are a part of the season a part of our childhood and for 55 years now, millions of people have learned about the true meaning of Christmas from a Charlie Brown Christmas. The very first animated special starring the characters from Charles Schulz is beloved Peanuts comic strip. Production, though, was so rushed to get this show on the air animation was finished just 10 days before its premiere on December 9th 1965. Just a few days before that the animators showed it to a live theater audience and director Bill Melendez was so disheartened by what he saw that he turned to his team of animators and said, By golly, we've killed it. Not only did he dislike how the show looked, network executives were on him about. It's overtly Christian theme, especially Linus is climactic speech. One of Melendez is animators at Levitt, though, had faith Bill. This is the best special you'll ever make love, it said. It'll run for 100 years. 65 years later, history has proven that Ed Levitt was right to have faith which in a way reflects the faith that we celebrate each Christmas. Now performing that famous scene from a Charlie Brown Christmas. My eight year old nephew Gavin as Charlie Brown and my 10 year old son, Chris as Linus. E Guess you're right, Linus. I can't picked this little tree. Everything I do turns into a disaster. I guess I don't really know what Christmas is all about. Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about? Sure, Charlie Brown. I can.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For laundry by six. You go. 40 42 little money in business news. Pat Knight to think about this. I wasn't sure that tab still existed, but it definitely transports me back to my childhood. I'm the same way I wasn't sure tab was even still around it. It really is a cultural icon that goes back to the seventies. And even longer If you go back to the future, I can't give you a tablet. You ordered Marty McFly. I won't be able to get a tap it all pretty soon, Coca Cola will stop selling its first diet soda. By the end of the year. Tab had been a hat, a local fan base. But Coke has been cutting a number of its strength to focus more on its best sellers. Airlines continue to trim their sales to correspond with passenger volume. United Airlines is suspending service into Charles Schulz Airport in Sonoma County, California that won't make Snoopy happy. United, already suspended service between Denver and Santa Rosa now is ending its short haul hops into Sonoma County as well as of October 27th, Alaska and Americans still fly into Sonoma County. Amazon prime video will stream an NFL playoff game in January. The league says it's work out a deal for the game to be shown on CBS and the streaming service, known as Paramount. Plus, Amazon signed a three year deal earlier this year to stream 11 Thursday night Football games each season. The NFL is negotiating with companies that whole broadcast rights expiring soon. So let's streaming services bid for those rights. Some calls a really long distance grounds in droves and major. When astronauts head back to the moon. Someday, ground control may not be the only way to phone home they might be able to use their.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"As neither dick hauler or anyone else realized that to release that song by the Royal Guardsmen, one would have to have permission from Charles Schulz. A cartoonist who Pan the Peanuts comic strip. It took a while, but ultimately, Schultz gave his okay and Snoopy versus the Red Baron made it to number two on the charts in record time. But it was Dick hollers next hit that summed up the mood of the nation after the assassination of Martin Luther King and Bobby candidate. Anybody. Can you tell me where Three people, But, you know, I just looked Like the role Guardsmen not wanting to record Snoopy versus the Red Baron Deane did not really want to record that song, either because He just didn't get it but keep in mind. In 1968 Dion was recovering from years of being addicted to heroin, and he was trying to get his career back on track. He had been done by Columbia records two years earlier. And now he was on the same lowly Laurie records as the Royal Guardsmen on their executives demanded he.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

14:45 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Welcome back Sir Charles Schulz with third weather's George nori here and we're going to get to your calls as well Sir Charles tell us a little bit about the stunt you do this fascinates me well you know I got involved. about five years ago with a group that is for larger subgroups of Hollywood and what I do is wire work we have a which systems computer operated and what it does is it allows people to fly run up walls if you. the X. men movies I will sure can apocalypse and dark Phoenix and the sort of the person who's flying magneto or store more spider man well I have a duty to spider man movie okay I did spend sometime all of six months old doctor strange we were feeling that and filling that in London and we actually I was on the team that was nominated for the Taurus world stunt awards for a working first bad the each actions he'd seen so we've done a lot of interesting things I did the the mood walks on that movie and that was a fast cool shoot gotta be without ward and we had a number of conversations many people know he was enough he did seventy five or to the moon on Apollo fifteen. so it's a it's a sort of work the Kerry you do a lot of different places he do some pretty cool stuff I worked on the predator movie it'll caution on captain Marvel a bunch of movies at this point. what's the strangest thing you've done with the starts. gosh let's see you ever have anybody stock up there Kay cannon down though you know well I tell you we got a really super professional team and I've got to give them all the credit there they're the real pros and this really taken seriously we have we haven't had any any accidents where thank god I will come with a a but you know it's always a risk when you have somebody on the wire and they're anywhere up in the air it could be dangerous I know that in some places I've had people over a hundred feet in the air on a cream all the wire system flying around things we did on the predator movie and on first man for example so you're you're quite a distance of the air and you're being suspended on a very thin cable it's extremely strong and lightweight and you're at the mercy of the operator in the computer control system but we have a lot of safety measures in place that you know doesn't eliminate all the risk but we do some fascinating things all the time have you had any well known superstars that like to do their own stunts we we have worked with some people to do most of the time we have a huge range of star performers that our doubles and they they do the dangerous stuff but we do have some interesting moments with some of the stars doing their own stunts on hold doctor strange Benedict Cumberbatch is walking down the hall where gravity shifting in the hall of stretching out he literally was walking up hill at a ninety degree angle about thirty thirty to forty feet in the air when we did that. that's amazing that's cool how did you get involved in that well you know it's funny many years ago I did a lot of work with Universal Studios on animation control of computer control systems and one of the fellows that I work with from time to time turned out to be a representative of the friend of the fellow who runs a study group that I work with and so it was just a happy connection that's good for you let's take some calls here as we talk about space now John in Virginia beach Virginia east of the Rockies I John audiologist Sir just tells look I have two questions to cal's one is what killed off the dinosaurs was in a meeting right asteroid something else the second question is if they had been killed off what would be her click like today and your kind those are excellent questions we have plenty of evidence that they're still arguments about it today that was a volcanic director of the things we have plenty of evidence that it was an impact that occurred about sixty five million years ago download it and because the you could tan right you could have that's right Chicxulub and there is a layer of you're really a battle all over the globe that Alvarez failed that show that this material could either come from huge volcanic event or from space and the most likely event was space while the timing that they've discovered matches very very closely to the impact and if those dinosaurs had been killed off there's a very good possibility this would be a planet dominated by an intelligent species of reptile we know that there were up right by people dinosaurs at that time there were about a smart as a dog and they were looking like they were becoming quite adept at handling things a lot of people are aware of that we actually have some pretty Brady dinosaurs at the end of their range so the impact changed the landscape of our planet and allow the babble should become the dominant animals on the yes I've heard that because without the asteroid impact or whatever took them out yeah we might not have been here that's correct the everything would've been radically different now why was the asteroid that hit such a planet killer what what does it do to create the death well there were two things here one was its sheer size and speed obviously anything like that can cause a lot of trouble dust to load the atmosphere would have been pretty significant but what really made this what a mess was it landed in the water in shallow water there was a huge amount of material vaporized and thrown into the air and estimates show that most of the dark for possibly a couple of years the entire planet the entire planet there was a wall of fire the K. for this explosion a shock wave the noise alone would have killed a lot of things in the local area that's how loud but we know that it had to be dark for a couple of years of the reason is there are certain species that live in the ocean that come up near the surface on a yearly basis to reproduce and it's dark they don't get the queues they need to reproduce. if you were alive in China at the time would you have felt a jolt when it hit in the Yucatan you certainly would have heard it you would feel a jolt from the atmospheric shock wave a load I don't know if the seismic waves would have bad significant enough for you to feel about China it's possible but you certainly would have heard it I wonder how long does that sound would have lasted. wow that's a question I haven't even thought about that's interesting and he went with his rumble and rumbled for like minutes we would have gone on for a number of minutes would sound waves like that move around the world there's an interesting effect they spread out they go around the globe in of the opposite side of the planet they come back together together the focus. while also if you know somebody on the exact opposite side of the world could about it for a very bad day yes you were looking up and it's coming in what would you be seen it would be getting closer and closer and closer well it literally takes seconds for the thing the cover the atmosphere at the strike you would see something hotter than the sudden bright enough to burn your eyes out probably and it would last very long what it's coming in from space you probably would have seen the Abu depending on whether it was day or night I don't even know what it was day or night that's a good point but if it were even in the daytime it would've been so brilliant it was a bird you in this it was night time it would have lit up the sky wearable yes brighter the daylight yes and then bang the debate that's right and how long was the devastation how long do you think of last well of course we know that the the weather affects load from dust and moisture in the atmosphere within a couple of years it would have taken the around a billion years overall for a lot of the things to die off due to the cumulative effects for this impact dust shifting the the weather patterns and so forth and you know that is consistent with what they find it appears that it took about a billion years for the dinosaurs of the species die off entirely too Dios entirely yeah what would have survived all you know right away there was of really fast quickly developing animals with a field some of the some of the positions they were large birds we ended up with a number of Birgit looked and acted a lot like to read a stores a raptor. flightless birds for the most part we also had a lot of small species levels were about the size of a wrap or a small balance at that time and that day because of the fact that they can live in the darkness and they had warm blooded compositions would have been able to live off of a lot of the materials that were filed for years to come and without the competition that they normally would have faced with the dinosaurs were alive they were able to become larger more aggressive and more adaptable. yeah I was gonna say Sir Charles what made the dinosaurs so big at the time and why not later on even if there was devastation why did everything come back small well Italy did to a degree every there were huge land battles here the US fifty thousand years ago you know I mean gigantic lance lofts and camels and other things that live here there is an animal called the beluga theory of think of it like a rhinoceros about twenty feet long and about twenty feet tall she that's already strays hordes and that would be it'll go online and look up some of the stuff there is some amazing gigantic land animals is still live but one of the big things is this in times past our atmosphere was thicker it had a higher percentage of oxygen but also a lot of CO two it more than we have now well much more and if you look at it you look back at the coal seams from three hundred sixty million years ago the Permian era we had to put cockroaches we had dragon flies a two foot wingspans we have sent a PTO ten feet long there's no way that these things could have existed in today's atmosphere if you could close them and raise that they would die because the heiress to seven there's not enough oxygen our planet is constantly changing and evolving it was never the way it is now in the past and the atmosphere the composition the atmosphere of the climate everything has changed so if you really could quoted dinosaur today it would probably die. you probably would bill in Seattle taken away William. I'll be going under question for you about this this recent element they discovered called gold Schmidt I. they discovered it in South Africa it is a hard core wanted me of potassium in it and it also has a couple rare earth elements now this is supposedly a core fragment okay and based on what you were saying about Venus and Mars and the whole topic omitted the K. and the loss of their atmosphere early on do you think it's possible that the earth has some sort of nuclear fusion natural nuclear fusion process going on in the inner core it's keeping the geo Dynamo effect on the outer core in mantle in you know the man noticed here you think that their shoes or fusion event going on that's keeping that perpetual for lack of a better word you know that's a very excellent questions first of all the material that was discovered is actually an element it's a type of mineral and it's thought to be something from deeper in the earth. there are a number of materials from within the earth that never really make it to the surface and I'll tell you it takes unusual events for them to get here and it's because when materials coming from inside the earth it's under less pressure the temperatures are lower and materials coming up slowly have time to transform into other forms more stable forms of the other thing is yes when you look at our planet we have an unusually large nickel iron core compared to other planets it is known that there was a early in the earth's history there was a bar size body called feel or Orpheus depending on who you talk to the collided with the earth and both of the cores merge into our planet and the cast off material for the mood that's the prevailing theory there's a lot of good support for that. as a result we have a a much larger volcanic activity that other planets of a similar size Darryl inside the earth the conditions for some sort of fusion could in fact exist you know there's a lot of controversy about low energy nuclear reactions are cold fusion and if you look at what's going on inside the planet the radioactive decay that kept the earth hot in times past is just about burning out so why does our planet remain hot inside after so with the billions of years what normal you think it was cooled off by now. and the answer is there must be some other form of heat energy inside the planet the traditional theory doesn't account for and that's something that stands very clearly if you look up the isotope aluminum twenty six that's what drove a lot of the internal he the earth tides past today not so much so it's quite possible it is a fusion process of some sort the at a a mixture of hydrogen converging with other vessels as his see the cold fusion process of people debate so strongly in this new a mineral was discovered by university of Alberta us PhD student Nicole Meyer who found this mineral in a diamond and so they called it Goldschmidt I ate in honor of a geochemistry expert Victor Moritz Goldschmidt okay and keep in mind that we often use died and bills of the laboratory to create high temperature and pressure conditions that we can't make any other way diamond makes a wonderful anvil or containment cell because of its incredible strength so if a material were embedded in a crystal of diamond and rose to the surface it would be unable to change back to another form because the pressure would rebate on it. trapped like a thermos bottle sort of were going to our first time caller Ingrid in Galveston Texas high Ingrid thanks for calling go ahead hi thanks for taking my call I was just curious what he thought about mine a helium three on the name and I have a feeling maybe that's why China.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Twinkles changes color does all sorts of things all the time and when you're in a season where the temperatures are changing a lot like right now you're going to see a lot more of that most people never really these days sit down outside and look at the sky there's a lot that they don't see as far as the Vietnam listing I really don't have anything to say about it I would have to observe it or have some sort of recording of it to be able to make a comment I'm not going to do something stupid to make claims about something I really don't know. who was Sir Charles Schulz the third does sure Charles your book still available absolutely they're still available the fossil hunters guide the bars are still an excellent book and completely relevant and the living galaxy tells you a lot about the sorts of things you find around exoplanets good books both of the whole people by them what do you think is the next major space announcement what's going to happen. boy that's a big one you know it would be very difficult to say but I think somebody's going to do a surprise log showed us and pull something off that nobody expected really. I DO and that's all I'm gonna say about that. you know something about going to say anything more. are we gonna be send it up some astronaut somewhere. and it's possible it's prosecuting warmer. you know sometimes the things we can't talk about I just like to us I like to just when could it happen experts within three months really well let's plan on getting you back in about three months well that would be a delightful thing okay Sir Charles thanks again for being on the program Sir Charles Schulz the third web site link tepid coast to coast AM dot com up next dark force revisited the incredible tragic story of the bean family bill being joins us in just a moment on coast to coast AM the free because his own email newsletter is sent out six days a week it is a great way to keep up on all things coast with detailed program recaps the fascinating today and strangeness listing upcoming guest info and weekly free audio clips it's a must have for coast fans look for the free sign up on the coast to coast AM dot com homepage..

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"charles schulz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on KTRH

"Twinkles changes color does all sorts of things all the time and when you're in a season where the temperatures are changing a lot like right now you're going to see a lot more of that most people never really these days sit down outside and look at the sky there's a lot that they don't see as far as the Vietnam listing I really don't have anything to say about it I would have to observe it or have some sort of recording of it to be able to make a comment I'm not going to do something stupid make claims about something I really don't know. what was Sir Charles Schulz the third does Sir Charles your book still available absolutely they're still available the fossil hunters guide to bars are still an excellent book and completely relevant and the living galaxy tells you a lot about the sorts of things you'd find around actual planets good books both of the whole people by them what do you think is the next major space announcement what's going to happen. boy that's a big one you know I would be very difficult to say but I think somebody's gonna do a surprise log showed us and pull something off the nobody expected really they do and that's all I'm gonna say about that. you know something all right I'm not gonna say anything more. are we going to be sending up some astronaut somewhere. and by its possible it's prosecuting warmer. you know sometimes the things we can't talk about I just like to us I like to just when could it happen next within three months really well let's plan on getting you back in about three months well that would be a delightful thing okay Sir Charles thanks again for being on the program Sir Charles Schulz the third web site link tepid coast to coast AM dot com up next dark force revisited the incredible tragic story of the bean family bill being joins us in just a moment on coast to coast AM the free because his own email newsletter is sent out six days a week that is a great way to keep up on all things coast.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back George in order with you along with Sir Charles Schulz the third our final segment here with final calls as we talk about incredible things going on in space wait in Tacoma Washington welcome to the show away when I'll go ahead. good evening traveller thank you very much the surcharges for girls for taking my call yeah. comment on what you said something you said earlier about the wraparound on the a device in space that you had to have the ocean and run said it created Allegra magnetic shielding just January of this year there was a hadn't released by the navy and I believe this comes to us like anywhere from seventy to the thirty years late is as well who was it rich and also colonel Philip Corso said good the government has the things you know of course was in charge of the Roswell file the Pentagon it took a while artifacts to industry and said here's a hundred million dollars you patented it well currently in January the neighbor released information that they have an operable high energy electromagnetic field generator and room temperature some a conductor that they use in a hybrid aerospace under water craft. I gravitational craft and this kind of kind of blew me away a little bit like him across this article distance she weeks ago and I'm wondering if you know what you've done and and I don't know how long ago that was crap you can tell me a little bit about that is somewhere technology. well the work that I did additionally with the the plans the edge of the the power requirements for such that I saw right away that the current could provide a useful shield the work that I did all of the edges it visually was back in the early part of two thousand what I was working under a research grant and the applications with space either group I have a couple of things that are doing good Rifai but but that was done gosh twelve years ago or more however it isn't too unusual to think that if you have a powerful magnetic field you could deflect charged particles us basically build a great idea for a very long time what's different is that one of the projects I was working on the solar thermal project that we worked on back in two thousand seven two thousand eight was two fold for be what the server you know to to present this system that actually worked out sunlight and the other was it was proof of principle that we actually could run an engine also blighted space using solar collection so I don't I didn't hear anything about what you mentioned but I know that the concept is an old what it's been around for four decades I just found a practical way to do it with what I was doing it off grid energy research a few years ago have you been following the large hadron collider Sir Charles yes they did a number of upgrades and they've been doing some testing and they actually had a hit that one of the Higgs particles might be what destroyed both for the anti matter early in the universe interesting have they really done anything great with that thing it cost billions of dollars and then I'm sure they have they don't release a lot of could conclusions like by the way this means this or that much of the research they do look at the properties of particles and fields and what they've discovered for instance Gee we were doing think with the spectrum is a doctor here that indicates maybe there's a particle exists it doesn't make a lot of sense to both labour because it is so removed from everyday life but they are making important discoveries they really are east of the Rockies Cody's with arsenal tune up Pennsylvania welcome to the program hi Cody. hello hi there go ahead code. yes I had to question all right. yeah you have to life on Mars what about at the end of. there. all humans can survive on earth I would be is that the bottom one more. so how would a human adapted what about pets and animals Charles okay well first of all if we created the conditions to keep people alive we're also going to have conditions to keep other animals alive the requirements for most pets are almost identical to what it takes to keep you would be alive of course we have a better food. better sleeping arrangements but if we have habitats all bars that is a planned were expected to see those starting right after twenty twenty four if you love buscas anything to do with it then we know that the conditions give you would be alive would certainly give a dog or cat lives certainly a bowl of fish if we're all bars would be growing food add animals will probably be an important part of that miniature bios fear that we have if you have yep yep adaptation issues we saw with technology we do it all the time ed people live on the earth and you say well how do we adapt to living all bars we really don't adapt we created a buyer but they were comfortable in getting people to live all the conditions all bars would be a radical step that would be something really beyond the biology that we work with now if you had a lot of advance that attack you probably could easily fabricate a body that would live all bars would be fully adapted to it but I don't think a lot of people are ready to take the step where they have to show off their human body and put on a machine body there certainly are some people could do it and I know that something is going to become much more popular in coming years as our technology developed did you see the two thousand fifteen movie the Martian with Matt Damon yes I did it actually was a pretty good it was pretty well laid out I had a couple of apple of critiques that all the set of one of the movies that I worked on the Jewish calendar for was present and we discussed briefly the thing like the the wall blowing out all the air of being lost that he basically taped at all the first thing that I saw is you know a piece of plastic isn't going to have the ability doors the duct tape to hold that they all their properly you would probably make a debt of rope and use it to reinforce it goodnight a whole Bob's with us on the wildcard line hi Bob go ahead yeah IRA your good long time. your question for author Charles there. do you feel Sir that did it we don't have more of a threat. from our own making. for instance trying day build an output military gear that right now trying to pull pull Easton away as the. the war in the Middle East in the hand of the Moslems and Christians and whoever Grandet air white beach other out. and then of course we have the. a lot of those so called humanness on one side. China you have the hundred million men under arms counting the reserves don't you think that there's a possibility of I'd say at twenty four happening that is pull over if you have. I mean that at some the look AT and surely a god that can be offended by killing at Leon born and and the seniors don't you think of perhaps the some of the moral questions and economic questions need to be addressed the. if they believe that that is they might be at a the bigger possibility of humans not been able to get along and wiping needs gather out the then that really nature doing it for. okay that's a kind of a long and philosophical question but all I will say this right off the bat number one warfare is in sight we have the capability of wiping out all the life of this planet many times over and the fact that we're still fighting over issues that. at the time we don't even know what those issues are it is a form of insanity and it's based on the desire to control others any time any organization any religion any government that feels the right to force people to do certain things it's a tyranny we have free will we have the ability to make decisions for ourselves and while we don't always make the right decisions we do have the right to make those decisions and live with the consequences of them when we get the things on a global scale and warfare is certainly one of those things we have to have the ability to question whose inciting it and why why do we continue the answer is pretty simple we need to find a way to eliminate evil. that one issue evil I don't know if we'll ever be able to do that Sir Charles well here's the thing we have technology that could just about determined. exactly what you intend what your intentions are and you know we can already see the bodies of locked in people who have been in the hospital bed for years and nobody sees of communicate we can already see what their imaging in their mind we can imagine how this is going to affect us when we have the ability to actually determine their intent we can hear the sounds that you think of we can recreate the words that you think of all my computer and it sounds like science fiction but it's been done is demonstrated we're a very short distance away from being able to truly tell what you intend and evil will clearly be one of those things that you can see at that point let's go to mark in Baltimore Maryland welcome to the program are go ahead thanks very much Georgia Sir Charles or to to have the opportunity to speak with you the question that I have is this is the topic of space and all that I was wondering whatever happened to NASA's space launch system that thing that was referred to as Apollo on steroids they tested the spacecraft on a delta rocket a few years ago in the spacecraft operated perfectly and they've proven the rest of the parts the the the boosters and all the other components so I'm wondering why is it stacked and why hasn't it launched okay the space launch system has changed over time into the exact thing that they're going to be using to launch the Orion capsules this is the combination they're shooting for the new space capsules that were contracted to be made and and half a dozen who will be made add up to a dozen the might be made they're a long duration capsules at about the Kerry people up to a thousand days and they actually have a kind of a radiation basement inside so to get some shielding the space launch system is the launch system for that so what they're looking at is getting people on long term missions to the moon and beyond and even possibly using that capsule to bars it is dances have you all. vehicle of choice right now. indeed but we still don't have the capability of sending astronauts in space we got to rely on the show on the Russians yeah well that's not entirely true with the stroke of a pen and the love the love bus could be putting them in space right now he hasn't. done that stroke yeah you know what he's doing what he needs to get his by that if his plan to reach his vision and there's a there's a lot to be admired about that he's carrying it out how many people are doing that and he's doing it with his own money yeah absolutely let's go to Carl in Wichita falls Texas hi Carl thanks go ahead George thanks for taking my call sure I saw an interesting anomaly coming from the star Sirius I think there is with the C.. and it's in the southern constellation it follows or Ryan and as such is from east to west I was come outside and I looked and I was looking at the brightest star out there in the southern hemisphere up on its shares but anyway the star if the if flash at me it kinda like a week you like your blinked listen in on hindsight was working through to live without it can't sleep right and then a wave energy blasted off the from what I was looking at I mean the the star got killed three times brighter.

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13:28 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In order with you along with Sir Charles Schulz the third our final segment here with final calls as we talk about incredible things going on in space wait in Tacoma Washington welcome to the show away when I'll go ahead. good evening traveller thank you very much the surcharges for girls for taking my call ya. Charles out comment on what you said something you said earlier about the wraparound on the device in space that you had to have the compulsion and run said it created electro magnetic shielding just January of this year there was a haven't released by the navy and I believe this comes to us like anywhere from seventy to the thirty years late as as well who was it rich and also colonel Philip Corso said good the government has the things you know of course was in charge of the Roswell file having gone it took a while artifacts to industry and said here's a hundred million dollars you patented it well currently in January the neighbor released information that they have an operable high energy electromagnetic field generator and room temperature semi conductor that they use in a hybrid aerospace under water craft. a gravitational craft and this kind of blew me away a little bit like impresses article distance you weeks ago and I'm wondering if you know what you've done and and I don't know how long ago that was crap you can tell me a little bit about that is somewhere technology. well the work that I did additionally with the the plans the edge of the the power requirements for such that I saw right away that the current could provide a useful shield the work that I did all the edges initially was back in the early part of two thousand what I was working under a research grant and the applications with space I'll group I have a couple of things that I'm doing good refined but but that was done gosh twelve years ago or more however it isn't too unusual to think that if you have a powerful magnetic field you could deflect charged particles us basically build a great idea for a very long time what's different is that one of the projects I was working on the solar thermal project that we worked on back in two thousand seven two thousand eight was two fold for be what was the river you know to to present this system that actually worked out sunlight and the other was it was proof of principle that we actually could run an engine also lighted space using solar collection so I don't I didn't hear anything about what you mentioned but I know that the concept is an old wood has been around for four decades I just found a practical way to do it with what I was doing it off grid energy research a few years ago have you been following the large hadron collider Sir Charles yes they did a number of upgrades and they've been doing some testing and they actually had hit that one of the Higgs particles might be what destroyed both of the anti matter early in the universe interesting have they really done anything great with that thing it cost billions of dollars and then I'm sure they have they don't release a lot of could conclusions like by the way this means this or that much of the research they do look at the properties of particles in fields and what they've discovered for instance Gee we were doing a a thing with the spectrum is a dot. cheer that indicates maybe there's a particle exists it doesn't make a lot of sense to both labour because it is so removed from everyday life but they are making important discoveries they really are east of the Rockies Cody's with arsenal tuna Pennsylvania welcome to the program hi Cody. hello hi there go ahead go to. yes I had to question all right. yeah you in the after life on Mars what about at the end of. and there. all humans can survive on earth I would be is that the bottom one more. so how would a human adapted what about pets and animals Charles okay well first of all if we created the conditions to keep people alive we're also going to have conditions to keep other animals alive the requirements for most pets are almost identical to what it takes to keep you would be alive of course we have digital better food. better sleeping arrangements but if we have habitats all bars and that is a planned were expected to see those starting right after twenty twenty four if you are a bus because anything to do with it then we know that the conditions give you would be alive would certainly give a dog or cat alive and certainly a bowl of fish if we're all bars would be growing food add animals will probably be an important part of that miniature bios fear that we have if you have Eddie adept adaptation issues we saw that with technology we do it all the time dead people live on the earth and you say well how do we adapt to living all bars we really don't adapt we create an environment that we're comfortable with getting people to live all the conditions all bars would be a radical step that would be something really beyond the biology that we work with now if you had a lot of advanced data tech you probably could easily fabricate a body that would live all bars will be fully adapted to it but I don't think a lot of people are ready to take the step where they have to show off their human body and put on a machine body there certainly are some people could do it and I know that something's going to become much more popular in coming years as our technology developed did you see the two thousand fifteen movie the Martian with Matt Damon yes I did it actually was a pretty good it was pretty well laid out I had a couple of in a couple of critiques that all the set of one of the movies that I worked on the Jewish calendar for was present and we discussed briefly the thing like the the wall blowing out all the air of being lost that he basically taped at all the first thing that I saw is you know a piece of plastic isn't going to have the ability doors the duct tape to hold that they all their properly you would probably make a death of rope and use it to reinforce it goodnight a whole Bob's with us on the wildcard line hi Bob go ahead yeah IRA George's long time yard question for Charles M.. do you feel Sir that is it we don't have more of a threat. from our own making an. instance frying day build enough military gear that right now trying to pull pull Easton away as the. the war in the Middle East in the hand of the Moslems and Christians and whoever Grandet air white beach other out. and then of course we have the. a lot of those so called humanness on one side. China you have the hundred million man under my arm was counting the reserves don't you think that there's a possibility of Isay at twenty four happening that is pull over if you have. hand I mean that at some the look AT and surely a god that can be offended by killing and the unborn and and the seniors don't you think of perhaps to some of the moral questions and economic questions need to be addressed the. distinctly that then they might be at a the bigger possibility of humans not been able to get along and wiping each other out the then really nature doing it for. okay that's the kind of a long and philosophical question but all I will say this right off the bat number one warfare is in state we have the capability of wiping out all the life of this planet many times over and the fact that we're still fighting over issues that. at the time we don't even know what those issues are it is a form of insanity and it's based on the desire to control others any time any organization any religion any government that feels the right to force people to do certain things it's a tyranny we have free will we have the ability to make decisions for ourselves and while we don't always make the right decisions we do have the right to make those decisions and live with the consequences of them when we get the things on a global scale and warfare is certainly one of those things we have to have the ability to question whose inciting it and why why do we continue the answer is pretty simple we need to find a way to eliminate evil. that one issue evil I don't know if we'll ever be able to do that Sir Charles well here's the thing we have technology that could just about determined. exactly what you intend what your intentions are and you know we can already see into the minds of locked in people who are better at a hospital bed for years and nobody sees the communicate we can already see what their imaging of their mind we could imagine how this is going to affect us when we have the ability to actually determine their intent we could hear the sounds that you think of we can recreate the words that you think of all my computer and it sounds like science fiction but it's been done it's demonstrated we're a very short distance away from being able to truly tell what you intend and evil will clearly be one of those things that you can see at that point let's go to mark in Baltimore Maryland welcome to the program are go ahead thanks very much George in the search Charles to to have the opportunity to speak with you the question that I have is this is topic a space and all that I was wondering whatever happened to NASA's space launch system that thing that was referred to as Apollo on steroids they tested the spacecraft on a delta rocket a few years ago in the spacecraft operated perfectly and they've proven the rest of the parts the the the boosters and all the other components so I'm wondering why is it stacked and why hasn't it launched okay the space launch system has changed over time with the exact thing that they're going to be using to launch the Orion capsules this is the combination they're shooting for the new space capsules that were contracted to be made and and half a dozen who will be made add up to a dozen the might be made they're a long duration capsules at about the Kerry people up to a thousand days and they actually have a kind of a radiation basement inside so that you get some shielding the space launch system is the launch system for that so what they're looking at is getting people on long term missions to the moon and beyond and even possibly using that capsule to bars it is dances heavy load. vehicle of choice right now. indeed but we still don't have the capability of sending astronauts into space we got to rely on the search on the Russians yeah well that's not entirely true with the stroke of a pen the law the last bus could be putting them in space right he hasn't. done that stroke yeah you know what he is doing what he needs to end his body that if his plan to reach his vision and there's a there's a lot to be admired about that he's carrying it out how many people are doing that and he's doing it with his own money yeah absolutely let's go to Carl in Wichita falls Texas hi Carl thanks go ahead George thanks for taking my call sure I saw an interesting anomaly coming from the star Sirius I think there is with the C.. and then the southern consolation it follows or Ryan and as it processes from east to west I was coming outside and I looked and I was looking at the brightest star out there in the southern hemisphere on in service but anyway the star if the if flashed at me it kinda like a week you know I can blink listen in on hindsight was working through to live without it can't sleep right and then a wave energy blasted off the from what I was looking at I mean the the star got killed three times brighter than it was in the aperture what do you think Sir Charles something's happening out there these days that those that video those navy pilots chasing those objects that was absolutely incredible that was pretty incredible yes one of the things about looking at serious and this is been happening a lot of it really astounds people when you look at a star you're looking.

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News Radio 1190 KEX

14:46 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Welcome back Sir Charles Schulz with third weather's George nori here and we're going to get to your calls as well Sir Charles tell us a little bit about the stunts you do this fascinates me well you know I got involved. about five years ago with a group that does for larger study groups in Hollywood and what I do is wire work we have a winch systems computer operated and what it does is it allows people to fly run up walls if you. the X. men movies are working sure can apocalypse and dark Phoenix and so I have the person who's flying magneto or store more spider man well I have a duty to spider man movie okay I did spend sometime all of six months old doctor strange we were feeling that and told me that in London and we actually I was on the team that was nominated for the Taurus world stunt awards for a working first bad the E. G. actions he'd seen so we've done a lot of interesting things I did the the mood walks on that movie and that was a fast cool shoot got to meet with our award and we had a number of conversations many people don't use enough he did seventy five or to the moon on Apollo fifteen so it's a it's a sort of work to Kerry's you do a lot of different places you do some pretty cool stuff I worked on the predator movie it'll Kassian captain Marvel a bunch of movies at this point. what's the strangest thing you've done with the starts. gosh let's see you ever have anybody stock up there in the household little you know well I tell you we got a really super professional team and I've got to give them all the credit they're the they're the real pros and this offer is taken seriously we have we haven't had any any accidents where thank god I will not come with a a but you know it's always a risk when you have somebody on the wire and they're anywhere up in the air it can be dangerous I know that in some places I've had people over a hundred feet in the air on a cream all the wire system flying around things we did on the predator movie and offers mask for example so you're you're quite a distance of the air and you're being suspended on a very thin cable it's extremely strong and lightweight and you're at the mercy of the operator the computer control system but we have a lot of safety measures in place that you know doesn't eliminate all the risk but we do some fascinating things all the time have you had any well known superstars that like to do their own stunts we we have worked with some people to do most of the time we have a huge range of star performers that our doubles and they they do the dangerous stuff but we do have some interesting moments with some of the stars do their own stunts on hold doctor strange Benedict Cumberbatch is walking down the hall where gravity shifting in the hall of stretching out he literally was walking up hill at a ninety degree angle about thirty thirty to forty feet in the air when we did that. that's amazing that's cool how did you get involved in that well you know it's funny many years ago I did a lot of work with Universal Studios on animation control of computer control systems and one of the fellows that I work with from time to time turned out to be a representative in a friend of the fellow who runs a study group that I work with and so it was just a happy connection that's good for you let's take some calls here as we talk about space now John in Virginia beach Virginia east of the Rockies I John audiologist Sir just tells look I have two questions to cal's one is what killed off the dinosaurs was in a meeting right asteroid something else the second question is if they had been killed off what would be her click like today and your kind those are excellent questions we have plenty of evidence that they're still arguments about it today that was a volcanic of actor other things we have plenty of evidence that it was an impact that occurred about sixty five million years ago dialed in because the you could tan right you could tell that's right Chicxulub and there is a layer of you're really a battle all over the globe that Alvarez found that showed that this material could have either come from huge volcanic event or from space and the most likely that was space while the timing that they've discovered batches very very closely to the impact and if those dinosaurs had been killed off there's a very good possibility this would be a planet dominated by an intelligent species of reptile we know that there were up right by people dinosaurs at that time there were about a smart as a dog and they were looking like they were becoming quite adept at handling things a lot of people aren't aware of that we actually have some pretty Brady dinosaurs at the end of their raid so the impact changed the landscape of our planet and allow the babble should become the dominant animals on the PS I answered that because without the asteroid impact or whatever took them out yeah we might not have been here that's correct the everything would've been radically different now why was the asteroid that hit such check planet killer what what does it do to create the death well there were two things here what was its sheer size and speed obviously anything like that can cause a lot of trouble dust a little to the atmosphere would have been pretty significant but what really made this for the best was it landed in the water in shallow water there was a huge amount of material vaporized and thrown into the air and estimates show that most of the dark for possibly a couple of years the entire planet the entire planet there was a wall of fire the king for this explosion a shock wave the boys a load would have killed a lot of things in the local area that's how loud but we know that it had to be dark for a couple of years of the reason is there are certain species that live in the ocean that come up near the surface on a yearly basis to reproduce and it's dark they don't get the queues they need to reproduce. if you were alive in China at the time would you have felt a jolt when it hit in the Yucatan you certainly would have heard it you would feel a jolt from the atmospheric shock wave a load I don't know if the seismic waves with a bed significant enough for you to feel about China it's possible but you certainly would have heard it I wonder how long does that sound would have lasted. wow that's a question I haven't even thought about that's interesting and he went with his rumpled and rumbled for like minutes we would have gone on for a number of that it's would sound waves like that move around the world there's an interesting effect they spread out they go around the globe of the opposite side of the planet they come back together together the focus. while also so somebody all the exact opposite side of the world could about it for a very bad day yes you were looking up added coming in what would you be seen it would be getting closer and closer and closer well it literally takes seconds for the thing to cover the atmosphere at the strike you would see something a hotter than the sudden bright enough to burn your eyes out probably and that would last very long what it's coming in from space you probably would have seen the Abu depending on whether it was day or night I don't even know what it was day or night that's a good point but if it were even in the daytime it would've been so brilliant it would a bird you in this it was night time it would have lit up the sky wearable yes brighter than the daylight yes and then bang bang that's right and how long was the devastation how long do you think of last well of course we know that the the weather affects load from dust and moisture in the atmosphere with about a couple of years it would have taken the around a billion years overall for a lot of the things to die off due to the cumulative effects for this impact dust shifting it had weather patterns and so forth and you know that is consistent with what they find it appears that it took about a billion years for the dinosaurs of the species die off entirely too Dios entirely yeah what would have survived all you know right away there were some really fast quickly developing animals would have filled some of the some of the positions they were large birds we ended up with a number of birds of looked and acted a lot like to read a stores a raptor. flightless birds for the most part we also had a lot of small species levels were about the size of a rapper small balance at that time and that day because of the fact that they can live with the darkness and they had warm blooded compositions would have been able to live off of a lot of the materials that were filed for years to come and without the competition that they normally would have faced with the dinosaurs were alive they were able to become larger more aggressive and more adaptable. yeah I was gonna say sure Charles what made the dinosaurs so big at the time in the why not later on even if there was devastation why did everything come back small well Italy did to a degree every there were huge land battles here the US fifty thousand years ago you know I mean gigantic land sloths and camels and other things that lived here there was an animal called the beluga theory of think of it like a rhinoceros about twenty feet long and about twenty feet tall she that's already strays hordes and that would be it'll go online look up some of the stuff there is some amazing gigantic land animals is still live but one of the big things is this in times past our atmosphere was thicker it had a higher percentage of oxygen but also a lot of CO two it more than we have now well much more and if you look at it you look back at the coal seams from three hundred sixty million years ago the purpose of the era we had to put cockroaches we had dragon flies a two foot wingspans we have sent a PTO ten feet long there's no way that these things could have existed in today's atmosphere if you could call them and raise that they would die because the heiress to seven there's not enough oxygen our planet is constantly changing and evolving it was never the way it is now in the past and the atmosphere the composition the atmosphere of the climate everything has changed so if you really could quoted dinosaur today it would probably die. you probably would bill in Seattle taken away William. Hey how's it going I had a question for you about this this recent element they discovered called gold Schmidt I. they discovered it in South Africa it is a hard core wanted me of potassium and it also has a couple of rare earth elements yeah this is supposedly a core fragment okay and based on what you were saying about Venus and Mars and the whole topic omitted the K. and the loss of their atmosphere early on do you think it's possible that the earth he has some sort of nuclear fusion natural nuclear fusion process going on in the inner core should it's keeping the geo Dynamo effect on the outer core in mantle and you know the man notice here you think good person for fusion event going on that's keeping that perpetual for lack of a better word you know that's a very excellent questions first of all the material that was discovered is actually an element it's a type of mineral and it's thought to be something from deeper in the earth. there are a number of materials from within the earth that never really make it to the surface and I'll tell you it takes unusual events for them to get here and it's because with materials coming from inside the earth it's under less pressure the temperatures are lower and materials coming up slowly have time to transform into other forms more stable forms of the other thing is yes when you look at our planet we have an unusually large nickel iron core compared to other planets it is known that there was a early in the arts history there was a bar size body called feel or Orpheus depending on who you talk to the collided with the earth and both of the chords merge into our planet and the cast off material for the mood that's the prevailing theory there's a lot of good support for that. as a result we have old a much larger volcanic activity that other planets of a similar size Darryl inside the earth the conditions for of some sort of fusion could in fact exist you know there's a lot of controversy about low energy nuclear reactions are cold fusion and if you look at what's going on inside the planet the radioactive decay that kept the earth hot in times past is just about burning out so why does our planet remain hot inside after so many billions of years what normal you think it was cooled off by now. and the answer is there must be some other form of heat energy inside the planet the traditional theory doesn't account for and that's something that stands very clearly if you look up the isotope aluminum twenty six that's what drove a lot of the internal he the earth tides past today not so much so it's quite possible it is a fusion process of some sort the end of a mixture of hydrogen converging with other vessels as his seed of the cold fusion process of people debate so strongly in this new a mineral was discovered by university of Alberta us PhD student Nicole Meyer who found this mineral in a diamond and so they called it Goldschmidt night in honor of a geochemistry expert Victor Moritz Goldschmidt okay and keep in mind that we often use died and bowls of the laboratory to create high temperature and pressure conditions that we can't make any other way diamond makes a wonderful anvil or containment cell because of its incredible strength so if a material were embedded in a crystal of diamond at rose to the surface it would be unable to change back to another form because the pressure would rebate on it. trapped like a thermos bottle sort of were going to our first time caller Ingrid in Galveston Texas high Ingrid thanks for calling go ahead hi thanks for taking my call and I was just curious what he thought about mining helium three on the name and I have a feeling maybe that's why China.

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14:19 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome back Sir Charles Schulz with third weather's George nori here and we're going to get your calls as well Sir Charles tell us a little bit about the stunt you do this fascinates me well you know I got involved. about five years ago with a group that does for larger study groups of Hollywood and what I do is wire work we have a which systems computer operated and what it does is it allows people to fly run up walls if you. the X. men movies I work sure can apocalypse and dark Phoenix and sort of the person who's flying magneto or store more spider man. well I have a duty to spider bad movies okay I did spend some time all of six months old doctor strange we were feeling that and told me that in London and we actually I was on the team that was nominated for the Taurus world stunt awards for a working first may have the E. G. actions he'd seen so we've done a lot of interesting things I did the the mood walks on that movie and that was a fast cool shoot got to meet with our award we had a number of conversations many people don't use of the he did seventy five or to the moon on Apollo fifteen. so it's a it's a sort of work to Kerry's you do a lot of different places you do some pretty cool stuff I worked on the predator movie old gosh captain Marvel a bunch of movies at this point. what's the strangest thing you've done with the starts. gosh let's see you ever have anybody stock up there in the house though you know well I tell you we got a really super professional team and I've got to give them all the credit they're the they're the real pros and this offer is taken seriously zero we have we haven't had any any accidents where thank god I will come with us but you know it's always a risk when you have somebody on the wire and they're anywhere up in the air it can be dangerous I know that in some places I've had people over a hundred feet in the air on a cream all the wire system flying around things we did on the predator movie and all the first man for example so you're you're quite a distance of the air and you're being suspended on a very thin cable it's extremely strong and light weight and you're at the mercy of the operator in the computer control system but we have a lot of safety measures in place that you know doesn't eliminate all the risk but we do some fascinating things all the time have you had any well known superstars that like to do their own stunts we we have worked with some people to do most of the time we have a huge range of star performers that our doubles and they they do the dangerous stuff but we do have some interesting moments with some of the stars doing their own stunts on hold doctor strange Benedict Cumberbatch is walking down the hall where gravity shifting in the hall of stretching out he literally was walking up hill at a ninety degree angle about thirty thirty to forty feet in the air when we did that. that's amazing that's cool how did you get involved in that well you know it's funny many years ago I did a lot of work with Universal Studios on animation control of computer control systems and one of the fellows that I work with from time to time turned out to be a representative in a friend of the fellow who runs a study group that I work with and so it was just a happy connection that's good for you let's take some calls here as we talk about space now John in Virginia beach Virginia east of the Rockies hi John add your job search church bells look I have two questions to cal one is what killed off the dinosaurs was in a meeting right actually the something else the second question is if they had been killed off what would be her click like today and you're kind of those are excellent questions we have plenty of evidence that they're still arguments about it today that was a volcanic vector other things we have plenty of evidence that it was an impact occurred about sixty five million years ago dialed in because the you could tan right you could have that's right Chicxulub and there is a layer of you're really a battle all over the globe that Alvarez failed that showed that this material could have either come from huge volcanic event or from space and the most likely event was space while the typing that they've discovered batches very very closely to the impact if those dinosaurs had been killed off there's a very good possibility this would be a planet dominated by an intelligent species of reptile we know that there were up right by people dinosaurs at that time there were about as smart as a dog and they were looking like they were becoming quite adept at handling things a lot of people aren't aware of that we actually have some pretty Brady dinosaurs at the end of their raid so the impact changed the landscape of our planet and allow the battles to become the dominant animals on the designs for death because without the asteroid impact or whatever took them out yeah we might not have been here that's correct the everything would've been radically different now why was the asteroid that yet such a planet killer what what does it do to create the death well there were two things here what was its sheer size and speed obviously anything like that can cause a lot of trouble dust a little to the atmosphere would have been pretty significant but what really made this one the best was it landed in the water is shallow water there was a huge amount of material vaporized and thrown into the air and the estimates show that most of the dark for possibly a couple of years the entire planet the entire planet there was a wall of fire the key for this explosion a shock wave the boys a load would've killed a lot of things in the local area that's how loud but we don't know that it had to be dark for a couple of years of the reason is there are certain species that live in the ocean that come up near the surface on a yearly basis to reproduce and it's dark they don't get the queues they need to reproduce. if you were alive in China at the time would you have felt a jolt when it hit in the Yucatan you certainly would have heard it you would feel a jolt from the atmospheric shock wave a load I don't know if the seismic waves would have bad significant enough for you to feel about China it's possible but you certainly would have heard it I wonder how long does that sound would have lasted. wow that's a question I haven't even thought about that's interesting and he went with his rumble and rumbled for like minutes all we would have gone on for a number of minutes would sound waves like that move around the world there's an interesting effect they spread out they go around the globe of the opposite side of the planet they come back together together the focus. while also so somebody all the exact opposite side of the world could about it for a very bad day yes you were looking up added coming in what would you be seen it would be getting closer and closer and closer well it literally takes seconds for the thing to cover the atmosphere at the strike you would see something hotter than the sun right up to burn your eyes out probably and it would last very long what is coming in from space you probably would have seen the Abu depending on whether it was day or night I don't even know what it was day or night that's a good point but if it were even in the daytime it would have been so brilliant it with a bird you in this it was night time it would have lit up the sky wearable yes brighter than the daylight yes and then bang bang that's right and how long was the devastation how long do you think of last well of course we know that the the weather affects load from dust and moisture in the atmosphere with about a couple of years it would have taken the around the billion years overall for a lot of the things to die off due to the cumulative effects for this impact dust shifting the the weather patterns and so forth and you know that is consistent with what they find it appears that it took about a billion years for the dinosaurs other species die off entirely too Dios entirely yeah what would have survived all you know right away there was some really fast quickly developing animals with a field some of the some of the positions that they were large birds we ended up with a number of birds and looked and acted a lot like to read a stores a raptor. flightless birds for the most part we also had a lot of small species Babel's were about the size of a rapper small balance at that time and that day because of the fact that they can live with the darkness and they had warm blooded compositions would have been able to live off of a lot of the materials that were filed for years to come and without the competition that they normally would have faced with the dinosaurs were alive they were able to become larger more aggressive and more adaptable. yeah I was gonna say Sir Charles what made the dinosaurs so big at the time in why not later on even if there was devastation why did everything come back small well Italy did to a degree every there were huge levels here the US fifty thousand years ago you know I mean gigantic land sloths and camels and other things that lived here there is an animal called the beluga theory of think of it like a rhinoceros about twenty feet long and about twenty feet tall she that's already strays hordes and that would be it'll go online look up some of the stuff there is some amazing gigantic land animals is still live but one of the big things is this in times past our atmosphere was thicker it had a higher percentage of oxygen but also a lot of CO two it more than we have now well much more and if you look at it you look back at the coal seams from three hundred sixty million years ago the Permian era we had to put cockroaches we had dragon flies a two foot wingspans we have sent a PTO ten feet long there's no way that these things could have existed in today's atmosphere if you could call them and raise that they would die because the heiress to said there's not enough oxygen our planet is constantly changing and evolving it was never the way it is now in the past and the atmosphere the composition the atmosphere of the climate everything has changed so if you really could clone a dinosaur today it would probably die. you probably would bill in Seattle taken away William. Hey how's it going I had a question for you about this this recent element they discovered called gold Schmidt I. they discovered it in South Africa and they had a hard time quantity of potassium in it and it also has a couple rare earth elements yeah this is supposedly a core fragment okay and based on what you were saying about Venus and Mars then the whole topic omitted the K. and the loss of their atmosphere early on do you think it's possible that the earth has some sort of nuclear fusion natural nuclear fusion process going on in the inner core that's keeping the geo Dynamo effect on the outer core in mantle in you know the man notice here you think the Social sore fusion event going on that you're keeping that perpetual for lack of a better word you know that's a very excellent questions first of all the material that was discovered is actually an element it's a type of mineral and it's thought to be something from deeper in the earth. there are a number of materials from within the earth that never really make it to the surface and I'll tell you it takes unusual events for them to get here and it's because when materials coming from inside the earth it's under less pressure the temperatures are lower and materials coming up slowly have time to transform into other forms more stable forms of the other thing is yes when you look at our planet we have an unusually large nickel iron core compared to other planets it is known that there was a early in the earth's history there was a bar size body called feel or Orpheus depending on who you talk to the collided with the earth and both of the cores merge into our planet and the cast off material for the mood that's the prevailing theory there's a lot of good support for that. as a result we have old a much larger volcanic activity that other planets of a similar size Darryl inside the earth the conditions for some sort of fusion could in fact exist you know there's a lot of controversy about low energy nuclear reactions are cold fusion and if you look at what's going on inside the planet the radioactive decay that kept the earth hot in times past is just about burning out so why does our planet remain hot inside after so many billions of years what normally you'd think it was cool off by now. and the answer is there must be some other form of heat energy inside the planet the traditional theory doesn't account for and that's something that stands very clearly if you look up the isotope aluminum twenty six that's what drove a lot of the internal he the earth tides past today not so much so it's quite possible it is a fusion process of some sort the end of a mixture of hydrogen converging with other vessels as his seed of the cold fusion process of people debate so strongly in this new a mineral was discovered by university of Alberta us PhD student Nicole Meyer who found this mineral in a diamond and so they called it Goldschmidt night in honor of a geochemistry expert Victor Moritz Goldschmidt okay and keep in mind that we often use die but the anvils of the laboratory to create high temperature and pressure conditions that we can't make any other way diamond makes a wonderful and full or containment cell because of its incredible strength so if a material were embedded in a crystal of diamond at.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on KTRH

"Will take calls next hour with Sir Charles Schulz the third is you're talking about all things space Sir Charles Mars what was it about Mars that caught your attention well you know it's a very earth like played a lot of ways is that a fair social changes of colored seas and like a lot of people in the past and see you at all things gave us his that it probably held some sort of life so I mean the very fact that it's the planet next door it it might hold life two things together make you ask a lot of questions fun place to explore lots of things to learn that could tell us a lot of things about the earth itself speculate for us panacea picture what do you think Mars looked like several billion years ago well very much like the earth it's sort of the same it was made of the same solar system for the same materials and had a lot of the same history of chemistry that is a terrestrial rocky planet and it had less gravity so its atmosphere leads the way in the space very rapidly it cooled off rapidly because of its small size so it's fall Kato's kit replenishes atmosphere so should but would would very much like the primitive earth of skull the ocean full of early microbes and the same sort of competition evolution we see here and what happened to the waters today evaporate up or did they sink down well a lot of it would be lost to space but you know just because of low atmosphere of pressure in the householder with that however a lot of it is still on the planet right now the whole point is an ice age at its oceans are still present but there there's glaciers are for. now most of the water than that might have evaporated would they have had a lot of rainy seasons because of that as all these ocean waters are floating off into space well that really would create a rainy season that's just a a drying it defecating affected nevertheless there would've been a lot of raid on the planet and we could tell that there had to have been some sort of biological activity for the very fact that the plant is read it's the color of rust so they had to be water and oxygen present in a large about just as we had on the earth you know there's a period of the artist recalled the great rustic and during that period by groups of reducing option for the first time charter weathering the planet well the fact we see bars covered by the great rustic effects as well tells us that there had to but life there what about the possibility of intelligent life I don't think so at all because the conditions were very harsh for one I.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Will take calls next hour with Sir Charles Schulz the third is you're talking about all things space Sir Charles Mars what was it about Mars that caught your attention well you know it's a very earth like played a lot of ways is. the show changes of colored seas and like a lot of people in the past and see you at all things gave us his that it probably held some sort of life so I mean the very fact that it's the planet next door that it might hold life two things together make you ask a lot of questions for placement for lots of things to learn that could tell us a lot of things about the earth itself speculate for us tennis a picture what do you think Mars looked like several billion years ago well very much like the earth it's sort of the same it was made of the same solar system for the same materials and have a lot of the same history of chemistry at is a terrestrial rocky planet and it had less gravity so its atmosphere leads the way in the space very rapidly it cooled off rapidly because of its small size so it's fall Kato's kit replenishes atmosphere so should but with very much like the primitive earth skull the ocean full of it early microbes and the same sort of competition evolution we see here and what happened to the waters today evaporate up or did they sink down well a lot of it would be lost to space but you know just because low atmosphere of pressure in the household with a however a lot of it is still on the planet right now the whole point is an ice age at its oceans are still present but there there's glaciers are for awhile now most of the water than that might have evaporated when they have had a lot of rainy seasons because of that as all these ocean waters are floating off into space well that really wouldn't create a rainy season that's just a a drawing a desiccated affected them unless there would've been a lot of rate on the planet and we could tell that there had to have been some sort of biological activity for the very fact that the plant is read it's the color of rust so they had to be water oxygen present in a large about just as we had on the earth you know there's a period of the artist recalled the great rustic and during that period microbes of reducing the option for the first time check the weather in the planet well the fact we see bars covered by the great rustic effects as well tells us that there had to but life there what about the possibility. of intelligent life I don't think so at all because the conditions were very harsh per well I see there was never an atmosphere that he greets sickness of the last billion years and so it would have been the oceans everything would have lived in the water it would was sure it happens here so if there was ever anything intelligible bars identical to where else okay in in terms of life what might be the band's first it was a mostly were read live there certainly what about subsidies to the birds of the land of light there's one very important factor that can keep most of its life it's oceans the ozone layer the life on earth did come out of its oceans until there was a thick ozone layer that allowed things to get all the water will not be killed. that's a good point that's a good point do you what about your role what do you think's going on there one of Jupiter's moons now that is one of the most fascinating and barbecue whole solar system here we have a blue that's very small has utility be five percent of the gravitational force of the earth does.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Be interested to see what they come up with. Because you know, undoubtedly they've got the money to go around. You do a lot of interviews. And collect a lot of data. And it's it's not it's not all the shirt and shoes and revise it is as you say the content of the comic strip that Carrie talking to genius Scholtz about Charles Schulz at Charlie Brown Christmas, which was the first, and then spawned all these other than thanksgiving shows, and so forth, and of course, in today's view, sometimes people get crazy. There was this Twitter storm going on I even chimed in on that background thanksgiving because someone had posted that they thought it was racist that Franklin had to sit away from the other kids or so they saw things the thanksgiving special that we're just not there. In fact, you, and I talked about that how sparky Charles Schultz was making a statement in those days against racism, so to somehow turn that around people go, I think. It's offensive now. That's just bizarre. But it's more of where we are. Now, isn't it? Well, it is bizarre because it's one screen shot where he sat at one side of the table, and there were several other scenes in which the kids were all mixed up. No, you know, you can it just shows you that you can pull any single word or. One second screen shot or two second screen shot and try to make something of it. Yeah. Well, they did. And we pooh-poohed it. And I think we got past that, but Charlie Brown, Christmas and all these specials endure, and.

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"charles schulz" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Peppermint, patty. I love. That is one of Charles Schulz was a genius because characters are assholes, man. No charge shows. She invite peppermint, Patty, you know, the, lesbian other groups. She. Tell them. She says what are you gonna do for thanksgiving? Chuck. Yeah. Okay. Matter become check, right. Chuck. Deputies giving a check. Guess she's out aggressiveness you there. What the fuck? What is What that? is that? Gravy wears a Turkey. Chuck, Chuck, Chuck, where's the cranberry charter where the fucking pumpkin pie. Chuck and try to the I. Wow. Wow. Oh, Foco chill. Ineffective thing. Yes, sir. Snoopy cook the Snoopy cook the meal, he's. He's the one that made the fucking popcorn and Chucky made fucking jelly beans. And then he watched after he watched a trying to get his ass, but it's a little lesbian. When they left when. When Charlie Brad to call his grandma. Can we come up because this bitch? You're gonna kill me. Everybody decide to go with his grandmother's house Snoopy pulled out. The Turkey pulled out the stupid pulled out the pumpkin pie. Chest. Cedar closet and other big down in the in the doghouse. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Some big. Spread out he'll charm. I go in there. It was it was funny because watt had they all went to Charlie Brown's grandmother's house still grandmother that I'll get there. And that you know what? In in the they even made a sequel when it got pet. It was like what the fuck Chuck. We got two stores up the fucking condo. What about the traditional shot? What about the fucking back? What about? Had. More. Yeah. Okay, sir. My girl's name MARCY. Marcie? Peppermint, patty. It was quick. And that's usually because I say to her was yes, sir. You've Marci shit leash on caller. Oh, yeah. Yes, sir. No, no, peppermint, definitely strap off. I'll been over, sir. Two. The fun..

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"charles schulz" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"charles schulz" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Just checking up yeah i don't know why said mine have anything to say threw me off completely singing about being got baying on the brain bain bain brain maybe yeah yeah being capital stinks yeah i don't know that they had anything to do with this tweet and who am i to call a tweet false right somebody there must have been some sort of verification process that before somebody could just tweet something false of course another sad element of the story the founder of two died yesterday i know it's like how charles schulz died right like when they publish the last peanuts and today's the day the liquidation sales started so it's almost like you know he's like forget i'm checking out man i don't wanna see this maybe he thought maybe he also got liquidating liquefying time to liquidate it yeah you know old he was like ninety four people can just choose when they want it pretty much is true if you're super old you can just feel like yeah and like you just will your organs stop working because your organs want to stop like you'd like to stay alive when you're that old you had to be like kidneys still working like your kid the moment you have to consciously make your heart your heart vote just beat automatically you have to beat beat exhausting yes when you're very old exactly also by that by the time you're that old you know you're very well.

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Vatican admits altering photo of letter from Pope Benedict XVI about Francis

24 Hour News

01:05 min | 3 years ago

Vatican admits altering photo of letter from Pope Benedict XVI about Francis

"Renoir comic strips by peanuts creator charles schulz and underground artist robert crumb the museum's construction and endowment is being funded entirely by lucas his wife and their foundation the vatican doctored a photo of benedict's praise for francis ap correspondent walter ratliff reports the vatican has admitted that it altered a photo of a letter sent to the media from retired pope benedict the sixteenth about pope francis theological background in the legible portion of the letter benedict praises a new volume of books on the theology on francis the vatican admitted thursday that a blurred the final two lines of the page or benedict begins to explain that he didn't read the books and cannot contribute a theological assessment of francis as requested because he has other projects the vatican's communications office released the photo to mark francis five year anniversary i'm walter ratliff the tunnel wine and more it's much more than a wine store it's the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about total wine and more they get a little carried away we're just a big friendly place run.

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