21 Burst results for "China Lake"
"china lake" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Is an earthquake prone area. Also in the OT area of alarm, spoken of in Psalm 83. Somebody told me Just say this. Okay. Now here's something where it gets really interesting. Okay, so we was speculating a little bit about what happened. China Lake Mike from Texas called brought up the weaponry that was used to trigger the earthquake. China Lake. During the summer months. And then whether or not they're using the same type of weapon in Iran or baby something similar to it. Idea that something that would be an energy weapon of some kind of creates an earthquake. Could be you know, you know, it's an earthquake prone area. But, yeah, I mean something to trigger an earthquake. It would certainly Have bearing on whether or not a Ukrainian 7 37. Flown by you create international airlines would fall out of the sky, okay? Now. Here's something that I got from Yes. You have a world Yes, Shiva world is a Jewish Uh, website. It's a Jewish news organization. This is what is scary about Ukrainian 7 37 flown by you create international airline. According to flight data. The minute the plane took to the air. Data on the plane shut down almost immediately afterward. That's according to flight radar. 24. The airline did not immediately respond to that, saying that after the plane took off everything on the plane shut down completely. I had heard of the beginning of an I e. D that went off. They're also saying Alhadeff news agency in Jordan. Reported the plane may have been shot down accidentally by Iranian missile. That's unconfirmed, but Alhadeff has reported this. However, will you look at the issue a report? They say that for some odd reason with this plane took off from Tehran in the morning. During the rocket launches during the rocket firings and right around the same time as the earthquake something shut down all Was flight data. It didn't send flight data anymore. So that's creepy. That's creepy. Makes you wonder about Is what is going on out there. What weapons they're using what may be happening. I don't know. These are the things that you know. Let's go to carry in Oregon had carried on ground zero. All right. I am Mike. My question would be what about any MP being used against? Uh Iran and You want to take care of the situation. Using an E M P Yeah, I don't know what What? Why would you want to go to that? That situation? Why would you wanna do that? It's obviously we all already be using some directed energy weapon down there. I mean, you look what's happening with the earthquake. You hear about the plane losing data flight data immediately after it takes off. That was like the whole mechanism shut down. I mean, like something like they were using back. You know you're doing this show about China Lake you to remember that where they were using that kind of technology that created an earthquake there, so I don't know. I don't know of any MP would be effective in an area where you know there isn't that much electricity begin with right Well, I suppose not. But no, No, I just spot on They could use the MPs, or at least something similar. Some sort of technology directed energy technologies. Shut down air craft and create earthquakes, their nuclear power plants you That's something that give you a little bit of peace of mind there. I don't over to the MP, but it's something that would be or could be not confirmed a direct energy weapon, and that's something that we need to consider. Like I said, these exotic weapons, these new weapons and new technologies don't rule them out. Not anymore. If they have the power to use them, they'll use them. It's going to help them anyway. They'll use them. You know they will. Thank you for the call Carrie. Thank you. Bye. Bye bye. Hey, I wanna let you know that there are times Where you know things like this happen. These types types of things escalate. And many times we're told that you know, certain things are going to be stopped, like food delivery. Or maybe you'll be told to shelter in place. Or perhaps you're not gonna be able to work. Number of things can pop up at any time. I need to be prepared. Prepare with ground zero dot com Prepare with ground zero dot com. We've made it almost.
The Strategic Value Of Rare Earths
"Hey cardiff parallel boy cough. Welcome back here. You've been to las vegas where you're obviously playing the slot machines and you're at the craps tables right. I wish i wish. I was closer to the blasio. But i was actually about an hour outside of las vegas in the desert. Oh and did you bring us anything back from the middle of the desert. I always have at present for you cardiff. this time. I brought you some pretty cool tape. Listen to this one. Nothing warms my heart like the sound of an explosion music to an economy nerds ears. So that is the sound of a blast at the mountain. Pass mine. This site in california cardiff. It's the only place in the us where we mind rare earths and we really really need these things. So if we're looking across the pit like everything in the very bottom bit of the existing bottom is all high-grade or at this time. So that's robbi roy. And he's talking to cnn international. He's the mine manager at mountain pass. He's showing our team. This huge open. Mind pit just packed. He says with these rare earth elements beautiful sites. See he says. This is the busiest. He's ever seated at mountain pass and cardiff one of the reasons. It's so impressive to see this. Bustling busy mine is that just two years ago. This mind was totally shut at that. Point china really take over this strategic industry. Okay that's fascinating in of itself. But i actually think we should step back for a minute and explain a little bit more. About what rare earths are so everyone go back to high school chemistry for just a moment just for a second. I had a great chemistry teacher. Mr goodman rare. Earths are of seventeen elements that appear on the periodic table and they are an essential ingredient in making like super strong super. Small magnets are used in a lot of electronics and by the military despite the name they are really not all that rare they naturally occur in a lot of places but the process to mine them labor intensive and it can be environmentally destructive. It can create lots of pollution and can even involve radioactive waste china. They put a lot of effort into building the mining and processing facilities for these rare earths and without the same environmental and labor standards that we have in the us. So china can produce earth's very cheaply and china started to actually dominate the industry. And in fact from about twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen the us imported eighty percent of its supply of rare earths from china as the relationship between the us and china started to get tense. The trade war china's state media. They basically made a thinly veiled threat. They implied that rare. Earths could be used as a weapon. In the trade war china could restrict exports basically cut off the flow of these elements to the us china's president xi jinping. He just happened to make a personal visit to a production facility. That made these products. I was just in the neighborhood and there were the rare earths over there. I thought i go check out just in case a camera sees him on on the other side of me right. Yeah and as a trade war has become nastier and nastier. This idea that china could restrict rare earth exports to the us it has spooks and people especially in washington. Because this is. The world has become more dependent on high tech electronics. It has also become more dependent on these elements on rare earths. This has focused a lot of attention on the mine. I went to mountain pass. It has actually been in operation since the nineteen fifties back then it produced europian which makes the red color in very early televisions. Yeah and the previous owner invested more than a billion dollars on a new environmentally friendly facility back in two thousand fifteen just as the rare earths price collapsed and so the company just went out of business in the minds shut and there was nowhere in the us producing these elements. Now the new owner of the mine mp materials they have spent two years rebuilding it and they say that they now produce about ten percent of the world's supply of rare earths. If there's going to be an american industry it's going to be led by us we it. That's james the ten ski on cnn. International he's the chairman of m. p. materials. He wants to create an alternative supply chain to china. But he's got a problem while he can dig these things out of the ground. He can't process them in the us. Everything needs to go back to china. In fact a chinese processor owns a ten percent non-voting stake in mp materials. Mountain pass produces bags and bags of this rare. Earths concentrate basically a brown dust. That got all over my shoes when i was there. Then it all gets into china because there isn't a processing plant anywhere in this country that turns rare earths into the products that companies want to buy next year n. p. materials. They plan to reopen the processing plant at mountain pass. And this way they can make processed rare earths to sell directly to global companies without going through china and the frankly there were a lot of people who who doubted that we can make this work and so we felt an extrovert and anna duty. And so we've had a sense of urgency from the very beginning. But i would say that. There's definitely been a heightened sense of awareness of what we're up to. When china started making its veiled threats some people questioned if the us to nationalize the rare earths industry to take it over but the experts. We talked to don't really think so. And they point to what is going on at mountain pass as proof that the market is already correcting for china's near-monopoly now that there's increased demand for rare earths and pressure by companies for sources that are more diverse and environmentally friendly suppliers. Outside of china are starting to grow and restricting earth exports. It's not a move. China's gonna make lately because it would hurt chinese businesses a lot of the rare earths they find their way into things that are manufactured inside china lake mobile phones to really completely cut the us off. China would have to tell chinese businesses to stop selling to the united states processed rare earths and rare earth magnets and all the electronics that use them. Chinese companies would lose a lot of business. The whole thing could hurt the chinese economy which is already suffering in the trade war the definition of a trade war. You can't hurt the other side without hurting yourself. Too messy business.
House, Senate pass bills to study the number of cancers striking military pilots
"PASSES BILLS TO STUDY MILITARY PILOT CANCERS FROM mcclatchy Washington bureau little bit late on that. I did I was GONNA say anything but okay. The Department of Defense would be required to identify how many of the current or former aviators have been diagnosed with cancer in in bills passed by the House and Senate this week a study long sought by military pilots who have questioned why there are so many serious illnesses in their community. The legislation was included in both chambers versions of the seven hundred and forty billion fiscal year twenty, twenty, one national defense authorization. Act following a series of stories by mcclatchy on the alarming clusters of cancer among current or former military aviators. I'm one of those including four commanding officers at a Premier Navy weapons testing base in California who have died of cancer since two thousand fifteen. Oh let me clarify I'm not one of those that has been diagnosed with cancer but I am a former military aviator. Two versions of the twenty one, twenty, one spending bill will now go to house and Senate negotiators to iron out differences before being sent to President Donald Trump to be signed into law. Betty semen the wife of one of the four commanding officers at Naval Air Weapons Station China. Lake. died of cancer. Welcome to the important milestone. She says since loving since losing I'm sure she loved him too since losing my husband I have met too many other families on the same unwanted journey. We all share a universal prayer that no other family will have to go through a similar loss today brings us one step closer to that realization Miss Seaman said in an e mail to mcclatchy but that's a great name. Her husband's name was a commander Semen S. e. a. m. a. n., and he is a naval officer. Wow that was he was in the if he was in Canada heath now be a sailor. So his last name. Is they're getting rid, of semen. Because of the obvious connotations. Changing the position to say okay. Let's see. Senator Dianne Feinstein from California introduced the military aviators. Cancer Incidence Study Act after mcclatchy reported that military aviators may be at a higher risk of developing certain cancers. Let's see. There was a little bit of information here. The database would include every service member since nineteen sixty one who served in an aviator role. The legislation defines aviators, members of the aircrew such as pilots and Napa who they included navigators in their two. Members of the grand create usually asleep on me. I did that on purpose because we have several navigators listen to the show. Let's see. WHO SHOULD WE? I'm offended at airline pilot guy dot com has the email address. And members of the ground crew who worked on the aircraft pilots who have been lobbying for the legislation wanted to ensure that ground crew such as enlisted personnel who worked to launch jets aircraft carriers were included. Because, they were exposed to many of the same radar emissions or fuels. The bill requires a database to be completed within a year. So I guess they're assuming that. The radar emissions and fuel and the jets have something to do with this. With these cancers. Anyway. So that's good. That they're doing this and I guess that. I will be contacted at some point. To probably. Yeah to fill out some kind of survey regarding my health,
"china lake" Discussed on The Frame
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"china lake" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"You know that you don't conspiracy theory is right you know the conspiracy theory is going around right tell me that he's been drug the drug him in that he's doing this stuff under duress from the deep state that door of course he's being populated by drugs that's that's the constrained I'm not gonna I'm not gonna do a show about him being drugs because I don't believe it that's a conspiracy theory that he's been drugged and that he basically is is is is being public through drugs and other things that I doubt that he is I I highly doubt it made babies he's using drugs to stay awake he's probably lost a lot of sleep over the deal but I kind of want to lead to the idea that he didn't go she ate that that because see that's the thing that's the that's the Donald Trump but I know that I have come to know I mean I don't know Donald Trump firstly I that's what I notice how did this mean is compatible actually with what you're talking about with the tweet that they were trying to disk de escalate this event in real time no there was one one but it's a little bit off the subject but I just wanted to get this out there there was one line in his speech this morning that I thought was strange and and I I have a hunch you probably picked up on it he said we have a person on the missiles under construction well you also said this which is interesting he made mention that out there well what happened last night Michelle did you bring it up and we had show about China lake this tells you things one we currently don't have hypersonic missiles deployed into we're now in.
"china lake" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Today because several people got injured yeah they've never knowledge that the pilot was killed he did acknowledge that they have a litter to drop down to pick up I look for body shop right we have a some footage on the Facebook page of of a lot of that happening we have the the E. back coming and we have also a picture of the explosion a listener who happened to be snapping his camera that every god force we have that on the Facebook page so you can see that something actually did happen today near China lake who said Star Wars canyon and that it's really that do a lot of this test flights through these test runs with the special crap rate are a number of things in a lot of this is around the military combat unit its it's China lake its test facilities there a lot of activity going on in California including the earthquakes including electro magnetic direct energy weapon testing going on it's like they're preparing for war something's going on and of course you oppose play a part it's it's some amazing stuff we talking about especially in times like these it's like something out of a science fiction book released a comic book eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one agent John Carman with us tonight on grounds or will be back with more to go away little mutual insurance presents Doug.
"china lake" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Back in the sixties you know about the B. fifty two rooms and you know doctor Strangelove that kind of stuff for even when they had those kind of countermeasures but we're talking difference between electronics we disperse the MPs the burners these are so very well that's that's directed energy weapons shows do you think now here's the thing that's interesting is that we do know what we discussed with you that back in June China lake was participating in a what we call a GPS jamming run they were doing what can only be considered airborne jamming they were doing this GPS airborne jamming finding cheap and effective ways to jam GPS rate are jam GPS positioning systems who knows what they're trying to jam but with this this activity there they're doing and they did at the end of June the aftermath were the swarms of earthquakes in the area and now we have this plane crash do you do you think that maybe we have electromagnetic cop spotted that it maybe people should stay away from China lake yes of course I mean I mean if you look at what we test we test what technology they were getting the director for the or from other sources when we attach to toward jets and we let them use it then what we do is we try to fight them and see if we can jam the same thing that we've attached to our jets to see if it works against it so that we know that they can't do so I mean it's measure countermeasure back and forth back and forth if there were no serious and I've seen here is really but the little radar established in the small rural carrier Kate equals in the pleasure of working with the border they have to have little of radar here is where the where the little flying planes commits the same standard idea so what they do is they put GPS technology out there they have to just fly through specific valley with the good stuff set up to experience what an attack might be and that's that's what bothers.
Fighter jet crashes in California desert
"Search and rescue personnel are looking for the pilot of the naval fighter jet that crashed in California's Death Valley today the crash injured seven people on the ground were treated and released cuties Alex hall has more the navy says the crash happened in the desert about forty miles north of naval air weapons station China lake the chant which is part of a fighter squadrons stationed at Naval Air Station learn more about forty miles south of Fresno was on a routine training mission when a mishap occurred the navy says it is investigating what exactly caused the crash in Fresno I'm Alex hall Katie
Navy fighter jet crashes north of Los Angeles
"News search and rescue efforts are still under a way after US navy fighter jet crashed near Death Valley and navy spokesperson said the F. A. eighteen E. super Hornet went down near naval air weapons trying station China lake about ten AM this morning the status of the pilot is unknown the navy base is located about a hundred twenty five miles north of
"china lake" Discussed on KTRH
"And planetary sciences department China lake and back in the day was headed up by a guy by the name of doctor Pierre sane Armand who is important figure in the development of weather modification and that was military weather modification efforts most totally project Popeye in operation storm fury now the operation of Popeye's storm fury was basically extending the monsoon season over Laos during the Vietnam War and the operation was basically the idea of the seeded clouds of silver iodide which resulted in targeted areas seeing extension of monsoon season average of thirty to forty five days or more rain they were using weather control and so you have this continuous rainfall and what he did is slow down the truck traffic there in it was considered relatively successful but what it did is it create a lot of houses but conditions for the enemy will the nineteen eighties China lake was doing weather experiments again and guess what happened to them well they suffered major flooding now that area is a desert okay it's a desert area but this area back in the nineteen eighties as he was eighty two or eighty for sometime China lake had some major flooding because they were doing a weather control experiment and it basically created major torrential rain that flooded out the area some of the facility there so when you're looking at all the exotic weapons the directed energy weapons whether weapons you have to wonder if they also have seismic weapons and whether or not they can produce induced seismicity and if that's the case then this what this is what may have happened at China lake we can go now there are other things that point to the possibility that.
"china lake" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Seven seven three eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one here's what we know about what went on during the earthquakes last week the earthquakes that happened were centered in an area called China lake naval air weapons station both earthquakes were centered there earthquake surrounding the area were forming in a grid pattern which makes a suspect just prior to the earthquakes China lake was doing a GPS jamming session they were actually jamming GPS for a test they said be very powerful jamming GPS technology they were doing the China lake naval air weapons station actually ridgecrest theory veer number of men that were there said they saw their power lines glowing during the earthquakes there was a report that Goldstone station an area that NASA uses for DC's communication was was operational I've been a space plane or some other UFO was in the air during the time that this was happening the China lake naval air naval air whether weapons station is a verifiable historical connection has a verifiable historical connection to weather modification programs and if you want to know if it does or it doesn't all you have to do is look up the US naval museum of armament technology on their website there's an article about the secret city with the secret city article it states quote from weather modification to satellite delivery systems the contributions at naval air weapons station have not stopped with armament so the biggest question is whether or not you engineering weapons or GPS testing weapons or some other weapon that was powerful enough tested at China lake triggered earthquakes and zap the bees from the sky but I've always been questions raised over whether or not whether weapons other secret weapons could be used for induced seismicity and we know that there are a lot of results ongoing multi research studies are conducted that actually got get conducted by the United States Geological Survey there was one the publisher twenty fifteen that basically has said that Oklahoma has had earthquakes because of fracking earthquake great said recently increases according to the USGS earthquake rates have recently increased markedly in multiple areas of the central and eastern United States especially in twenty ten and scientific studies of like the majority of these increased earthquakes to wastewater injection in deep disposal wells now there's been speculation perhaps fracking may have been because of the recent earthquakes in California however there is a reason to believe that the D. I a and other defense agencies have been ramping up production of special weapons in order to be prepared for any and all possibilities of war with Russia and China now we notice well there was a a story that was out produced a job before the earthquakes this stated the Pentagon S. secretly accused Russia of testing no yield.
"china lake" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"These GPS says they said the test may cause complete averages for a number of navigation devices including W. a S. GVA as an eighty S. dash be GPS signals as low as fifty feet above ground level could be disrupted along a radius of two hundred fifty three nautical miles including much of southern California and Nevada the affected area wide without the two to forty thousand feet it's large enough to include part of New Mexico Colorado stretches all the way through central Oregon yeah this was before your quick they were doing some tests at that China lake they were going to disrupt GPS signals they want to jam GPS signals a GPS down test it was going on right China lake then of course the fourth of July weekend we see that China lake is the epicenter for two major earthquakes and we look at China lake as it's in remote locations a lot like Kerry fifty one but it's not it's not kept off limits I mean it's not one of those people that were China lake is but a lot of stuff goes on in there that are it's pretty bizarre I mean a lot of bizarre things going to channel a convict there's a sign from China lake it says remember what you see here what you do hear what you hear here when you leave here let us stay here so I don't want any secrets getting out of what goes on China lake well China lake does a lot of things I mean they're involved with direct energy weapons space weapons deck those interest in planetary science department.
"china lake" Discussed on Movie Crush
"But, you know, he says something like, oh, this is my first journal entry in two years. Like nothing happens in my life. I must be so boring in China lake. How would that, like I think that would feel worse to like, oh, I just don't have anything going have any history. The past two years. I don't even remember the past two years, depressing in different way. He's such a sad sack, and he and clementine are so different. And they're a terrible match their awful. You know, the funny thing they are like, you want them to be together as a viewer. I think, but why, you know, yeah, it's hard, you know, and you see the good things that they had between them. That's what Zohar movie. I think is you see that great beginning before it turns very toxic with turns very toxic. No, those scenes are so hard to watch really difficult. You know, I think everyone's been through those relationships. So this movie is just a total, like mirror upon the audience, it really is for you to remember like, oh man, the first moments are so are they the best the best? And then it just goes bad. That's the interesting thing, too, is like clementines tendency for impulsiveness. You know, it's like if Joel. Well, okay. So I wanna say there's a point in the movie where clementine is criticizing, Joel for not opening up. You don't tell me anything. This is what intimacy is sharing things with each other while I just don't have that much. There's just not that much to know. And she's like that's bullshit. No, you just you're, you're afraid like you're putting a wall up between us essentially. But looking at what happens later, where he sort of running through his own memories, you know, and he's like he needs to take her to a place where nobody will find them, right? And he starts showing her like some of what he feels or the worst things about him like when he was a kid, the bird with the hammer the really awkward lake masturbating, his mom, walks in, you know, as a teenager. So great all that stuff for meals. So shows, like maybe there's a potential that he wants he wants to bring. Through that, like, maybe if they did try again, he would be able to open up a little more. Yeah. I think he wants to, you know, he's, he's always like scribbling in his journal. He's like making all these sketches like, which in a sense is like a way of relating to the world and sort of like wanting to connect, but he doesn't know how to do that directly with the person as much, which, but someone that's not interested in that wouldn't be journaling at all. Exactly. That's what I think there's something there, you know, and clementines just so the opposite. Everything's just out there all the time, which can be overwhelming for someone like that. I think which is probably part of his problem is even says something like constantly talking isn't necessarily communicating. She gets super pissed but it's like if you don't leave the other person kind of if you don't make space for them to share with you. You can't just squeeze it out of him. Right. You know, and I didn't have a lot of he didn't have a lot of space with her. Yeah. I think that I don't know. I just like the idea that maybe they could both learn grow and maybe make it better if they try to meet in the middle meet in the middle and still be early. So try, yeah. Be true to themselves. You know, grow a little bit other those scenes were. After you've sort of fallen in love with both of them as characters on them to be together. And just to see those toxic scenes, or just brutal. It's really painful, like the one where he says the worst part of the whole movie when he says, I soon you fuck someone. That's how you get people to. Yeah..
"china lake" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"So we were there for China league and any of the aircraft must hats or anything like that. And then we also had e OD that did a lot of stuff out there. So for any of those guys, but we also catered to the surrounding community as well. So there are any hikers that got lost, we would we would go out and look for him. And we have this station starts are places are would be island, China lake l'amour Fallon, a couple on the east coast. So they're not all over that US. It's mostly on the coast, where the navy. As far as like we have civilian as our craze as well. That are mostly all volunteer, as far as the civilian sector is concerned, and we have of course, the police departments and the fire departments have their own. Okay. Pretty similar to us on, I guess, in, in the UK. What about the, the starred? How do you guys? And what you do differ from even some of the rescue swimmers and stuff from the coast guard. Coast guard doesn't to my knowledge. I don't think they do the inland, Sar stats like we do so like l'amour Fallon. China lake is all inland and we'd be islands not in Lynn. But it's, it's, you know, it does a lot of the civilian community search and rescue. They they're pretty similar when they're on the water. I think it's very similar, and we have the rescue swimmer program like they do so a lot of the guys on the aircraft are also rescue were, you must have made an impression somewhere. Because your next assignment was as an instructor as a rescue swimmer. Yes. So once again, it was me being stubborn and, oh, hey, I can do this. I, I met a crossroad at that point I wanted to stay in southern California and the only thing open for me in that area was that rescue swimmer billet, and it was supposed to be for an E five and I was still an e four at the time. So I applied for it, and it kept saying, no, this is this is a special Bill. It's not you have to be an e five it's instructor Bill and blah, blah, blah. And I was like, well, this is only one I'm applying for. So if I don't I'm just gonna keep applying for this every month, and if I don't get it I guess, I'll just I'll get out or whatever. And so Finally, I don't know. I nobody else applied for that delay because it's in San Diego. It's instructor eighty. But none of us, none of it. The Sar guys were applying for it. So the I don't remember who the civilian was he in charge. He finally calls me, and he's like, he's like, all right. I'm gonna I'm gonna interview. 'cause he's like nobody else applying for those so went through and interview I guess I did well and he said, I, I'm gonna take a chance and I'm going to bring you in, in signed up getting that billet again. I was the only female. I never it just never occurred to me with that being the only female because the guys are always really, you know, for the most part, they were really great. So it's but I look back on a lot of things like it's kinda strange. You know, they'll be an entire at your the only the only female there. So. Going on. Nikki of more more females going into those rows. There are so right now as far as the navy search and rescue Cormon. There are definitely a lot more. I would say right off the top of my head..
"china lake" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The national defense authorization, act today technically the John McCain national defense authorization act seven hundred and some odd billion, dollars worth of Pentagon spending for the coming fiscal year keeping this country and its military at. War and prepared for war brings with it economic realities one of which is that all of that Pentagon spending means. Jobs a, lot of. Jobs for a lot of people Karen piper's parents included there were weapons developers at the China lake naval weapons, station up. In the Mojave desert north of Los Angeles. Karen fibers got a new book out about, growing up there is. Called the girl's guide to missiles, welcome to the program thanks for having me told me. Would you first of all what China lake is like because most people here in this program probably eight don't know where it is and. Be, have no clue about about what it's all about well it's in the Mojave desert in California at the base of. This year is and it's all run by. The military so it's about the size of Rhode Island they do. Weapons tests out there and Valuate missiles how. Did you wind up growing up there Basically because my dad got laid off at Boeing in the, nineteen seventies when there were a bunch of lay offs and that was the job. He got was out there in China lake making missiles so that's well packed up the car and headed out there. Without really knowing what we were getting into And? What. You're getting into is the subject pretty much, of this book it occurred to me as I. Was reading, this that really because China lake is, is so remote and so big and show intentionally isolated right what you have is a company town where everybody is sort of in the same business right yeah and it's interesting because it's a company town but, it's a town run by the US government I mean I remember when I moved. To riverside I thought it was odd that they didn't have low-flying jets and sonic booms all the time That's just like and they would drive you crazy sometimes because the, windows? Were just ride all the time but you got used to it and everybody's got security, clearances? And. It's all classified info probably people aren't talking, much about it when they run to the general. Store or, to get a Cup of coffee has, my mom and dad what they did for work they just wouldn't answer over the table so I knew they worked on missiles. Because everybody, in the town works on missiles but nobody. Really explained to me as a kid when it was all about it was a little bit confusing one of the things that wind up happening because China lake is is out there in the middle. Of nowhere is that, they they kind of, had to hire, the wives of the of, the men who had gotten jobs talk about that for, a minute I mean this is we're talking about your. Mom hear I looked into the history. Of women on the base and I found out that the base had to work hard. To. Get women there because it was a CD kind of, environment in the, beginning so in, the newspaper I saw an ad it said housewife two draftsmen in twelve weeks and they, were trying to promote women to come in just learn how, to work with weapons on. The base and so that's what my mom did she went in and kind of worked her way up until she, was a computer scientist did did anybody ever talked about. The fact that you know just for. Instance Reagan. Defense. Buildup of those years was really good for business yes, I do remember You know there were times when people were really proud when our weapons. Were used in war without so. Much thinking about what the war actually, was about. People were just doing their jobs it's a book called the girl's guide the missiles it's it's, a family story, and. Also a little. Bit about. The military, industry in this country Karen piper running Karen thanks. A, lot thank you This final note, on the way out today in, which Elon Musk lets us in on exactly what funding secured meant remember that was. A tagline of his cryptic tweet last week saying he was gonna take tesla private at four hundred. And twenty dollars a share, must, said, today oh. It's the, Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund that he's been talking to and that while there is not a signed deal he left the recent meeting thinking and. This is a quote it was. Just a matter of getting the process, moving the. Markets are less than moved with four hundred and twenty dollars a share being dangled out there. Tesla close today at. Three fifty six. A pop.
"china lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"National, defense authorization act today, technically the John s McCain national defense authorization act seven hundred and some odd billion dollars, worth of Pentagon spending for the coming fiscal year keeping this country and its military at war. And prepared for war brings with it economic realities one of which is that all of that Pentagon spending means jobs. A lot, of jobs. For a lot of people Karen piper's parents included there were weapons developers at the China lake naval weapons station up in. The Mojave desert north of Los Angeles care fibers got a new book out about. Growing up there called. The girl's guide to. Missiles welcome, to the program thanks for having me tell me would you first of all what China lake is like it because most people here in this program probably eight where it is and be. Have, no clue about about what it's all about well it's in the Mojave desert in California at the base of this. Year is and it's all run by the. Military so it's about the size of Rhode Island they do weapons. Tests out there and devalue Wait missiles how did you wind up growing up there basically because my dad got laid off at. Boeing in, the nineteen. Seventies when there were a whole bunch of layoffs and that was the job he got was out there in China lake. Making missiles so that's well packed up the car and headed out there without really. Knowing what we were. Getting into and what. You're getting, into is the subject pretty much of this book it occurred to me as I was reading this that really because China lake is is so remote and so big and show intentionally isolated. Right, what you have is a company town where everybody is sort of in the same business right yeah and it's interesting. Because it's a company town but it's a. Town run by the US government I mean I remember when I moved. To riverside I thought it was odd that they didn't have low-flying jets and sonic booms all the time 'cause that's just like and they would drive you crazy sometimes because the. Windows just ride all the time but you got, used to it and everybody's got security clearances and it's all classified and so probably people. Aren't? Talking much about it when they run to the general store or to get a Cup, of? Coffee. Has my mom and dad what they did, for work they just wouldn't answer over the dinner. Table so I newly worked on missiles because everybody in the town works on missiles but nobody really explained to me as a kid when it was all about. It was a little, bit confusing one of, the things that wound up happening because China, lake is is out there in the middle of nowhere, is that they they kind of had to hire the. Wives of the of the men who. Had actually gotten the jobs talk about that for a minute I mean this is we're. Talking. About your mom hear I looked into the history of, women on the, base and I found out that the base, had to work hard to get women there because it was a CD kind of environment in. The beginning so in, the newspaper I saw an ad it said housewife to draftsmen in twelve weeks and, they were trying to promote women to come in just learn how to work with. Weapons on the base and so that's what my mom did she went in and kind of worked her way up until she, was a computer scientist did did anybody ever talked about. The fact that you know just for instance. The Reagan. Defense buildup of those years was really good for business, yes I do, remember You know there were times when people were really proud when our weapons were used in war without, so much thinking about what the war, actually without. People were just doing their jobs it's a book called the girl's guide the missiles it's it's, a family. Story, and. Also a little. Bit about. The military, industry in this country Karen piper rudnick Karen thanks. A, lot thank you.
"china lake" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"President Trump signed the national defense authorization act today. Technically the John McCain, national defense authorization act, seven hundred and some odd billion dollars worth of Pentagon spending for the coming fiscal year, keeping this country and its military at war and prepared for war brings with it economic realities. One of which is that all in that Pentagon spending means jobs a lot of jobs for a lot of people. Karen piper's, parents included. There were weapons developers at the China lake naval weapons station up in the Mojave desert north of Los Angeles care. Vipers got a new book out about grownup. There is called the girl's guide to missiles, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Tell me, would you first of all what China lake is like. Because most people here in this program, probably eight unaware where it is and and be have no clue about about what it's all about. Well, it's in the Mojave desert in California. The base of this year is and it's all run by the military. So it's about the size of Rhode Island. They do weapons tests out there and evaluate. Missiles, how did you wind up growing up there? Basically, because my dad got laid off at Boeing in the nineteen seventies when there were whole bunch of layoffs and that was the job he got was out there in China lake making missiles. So that's well packed up the car and headed out there without really knowing what we were getting into and what you're getting into as a subject. Pretty much of this book. It occurred to me as I was reading this that really because China lake is is so remote and so big and so-. Intentionally isolated. Right. What you have is a company town where everybody is sort of in the same business, right? Yeah. And it's interesting because it's a company town, but it's a town run by the US government. I mean, I remember when I moved to riverside, I thought it was odd that they didn't have low-flying jets and sonic booms all the time. Because that's just like, and they would drive you crazy sometimes because windows would just ride all the time. But you got used to it and everybody's got security clearances and it's all classified. And so probably people aren't talking much about it when they run to the general store or to get a Cup. Coffee has my mom and dad would they did for work. They just wouldn't answer over the dinner table. So you know, I, I knew they worked on missiles because everybody in the town works on missiles, but nobody really explained to me as a kid when it was all about and it was a little bit confusing. One of the things that wound up happening because China lake is is out there in the middle of nowhere is that they, they kind of had to hire the wives of the of the men who had actually gotten the jobs. Talk about that for a minute. I mean, this is we're talking about your mom here. I looked into the history of women on the base, and I found out that the base had to work hard to get women there because it was a CD kind of environment in the beginning. So in the newspaper is on at it said house. Life to draftsmen in twelve weeks, and they were trying to promote women to come in, just learn how to work with weapons on the base. And so that's what my mom did. She went in and kind of worked her way up until she was a computer scientist. Did. Did anybody ever talk about the fact that you know, just for instance, the Reagan defense build up of those years, who was really good for business? Yes, I do remember, you know, there were times when people were really proud when our weapons were used in war without so much thinking about what the war actually was about. People were just doing their jobs. It's book called the girl's guide, the missiles. It's it's a family story and also a little bit about the the military industry in this country, Karen piper. Ronin, Karen. Thanks a lot. Thank you..
"china lake" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Of china lake for of testing system there hasn't been another one of these this case we got with going finally they figured out even boeing was surprise i star comms department about this but we found out that this was excuse allies of a seven thirty seven that's going down to carnevale california which is where at forty two is for the skunkworks is based were northrop grumman has their large facility were bowling has a facility and that's basically where the high end the defense aircraft emerge from media witcher client s to begin with but this seven thirty seven airframe is another p precise and airframe and it's what they've done is they've structurally pretty much thrash this thing to see how long the gate will be able to survive operationally and so they've done that and now they're gonna take it down there for inspectors to look through it to see where the problems are and how they can squeeze the life out of the pa because it's brand new now but you know time flies especially when you're an airplane and things happen and they wanna preserve these airplanes so they can fly well into the middle of the sensory tie a russian as you fifty seven fighter launches a new cruise missile why are we watching the su fifty seven what did we learn from watching the russians well that's you fifty seven and then is kind of a an product for russia because they built it with idea that they were going to sell a couple of hundred of them to india india was a partner on a probe on the program and they were going to build a very similar version of it for their own use and they've since dropped out of that program and it's been going for nearly a decade the aircraft is now on a semi operational state but they're only less than a dozen of them there's a selection of these aircraft in existence the problem is is that russia you know do they have enough money to even fund the production of these airplanes in any large amount and we're waiting to see what happens there but it continues to evolve and this this video that you're discussing is a picture of a cruise missile that was specially built to be installed inside the weapons bays of the issue seven so that aircraft is going to.
"china lake" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That is from china lake california yes okay okay well if you look up china lake california the naval air weapons station is there so that that whole community has been entirely dependent on government including the roads to get there and back so you know for all those folks on the right that go moving out into the desert or wherever they last as long as their next tank of gas dependent on government yeah i know the other thing i wanted to bring up that really from the host on the right to the callers on the right to the politicians on the right nothing has changed since hostetter wrote the essay the paranoid style in american politics every day on the right is paranoia and a conspiracy theory yeah you scratching the surface and it's something going on it's a deep state or this or that all of it is nonsense and these people are are as you say just out of touch with reality and you can present all the you want and you're not gonna change those folks it's it's all the folks in the middle or on the left that need to show up at the polls because we need a need fire lance the nuts in politics and that's on the right and that's better off hosting shows you know the allen stocks of the world and these folks they're just i don't know they're they're living out there someplace around pluto yeah i understand and you know you make a good point about people showing up at the polls that is particularly important to overcome the effects of gerrymandering it really is gonna take a determined effort and i encourage all same people go out to the polls bring a friend and get somebody who registered to vote yup well that's another thing i love about these kids that have started the never again movement after the parkland shooting they're not chris protesting the gun situation they're registering voters in one of them one of the main people i think it was cameron caskey.
"china lake" Discussed on KELO
"This kind of thing how did you find out structure out there i mean malibu underwater base yeah entered that came to me five or six years ago uh from email oh wow and at it was one image that came in but the funny thing about that are um and uh i'm not going to get into the specifics pitching eddie you know it's all online and you can read about how it happened it it's just too long of a story her but i had a strange vision when when i opened up the email it popped in my head the the columns now what the image sabah sent to me was that it was in a this top version of it by but anyway that's how it that's how it all happened and it all a nerve fix itself it was myself in and of my web guy another artists that are worked with and they had a ways to look and and figure things out and measure i got and so we had a team effort and we all guy you know got to the bottom of it and and died the story just took off from there but this is the interesting thing kurt i want it a thank you for pointing this out her as i was key in this together right there with the malibu underwater base you have a navy base right there right there in malibu by a point o o where many and then the uh you have uh the marine base that is there then if you go directly north in a straight line you go to china lake mojave desert you keep going and in a straight line you go to area fifty one and if you continue from there you end up a in hawthorn at the a underwater naval a new war farah center this is fascinating to be that this only makes sense of the new heard all of these stories over the years i was the first two out a plan.
"china lake" Discussed on KTRH
"Underwater base you have uh a navy base right there right there in malibu by a point oma and then he ah of you have a the marine base that is there and then if you go directly north in a straight line you go to china lake uh muhabi desert he keep going and in a straight line you go to area fifty one and if you continue from there you end up a in hawthorn at the underwater naval nor fair center aliens is fascinating to be that this only makes sense in the new heard all of these stories over the years i was of the first two air to plan a flag here about uh these submarines that would go across after serb people who have on iron described it up yet no you know the kind of rafi of it but you know gene church on their that but now to get that whole store on it would that'd be on your uh dark dark on your website howard's jimmy church radio i dunno if we have it up there any more but okay uh do you can i mean there's an odd that's that's the easiest google search ever if you want to go and find out stuff about that but it's all out there and it's certainly archived um on our youtube channel i'm sure everything is up there it's been so long since i've talked about it so rather heard with others uh subjectivity history channel show idea we we did that and yeah we did that and also my with my new sears and i don't like plugging myself retired about myself to sounds too ego doubt hell but we did.