20 Burst results for "David Blaine"

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Try something in here. Yeah. We could try something in here. You guys want to drive something live? All right. So how should we how should we begin? Can I take the x-ray, so one of the new things that I've been working on. Might be hard to see, but I'll let you hold this up. So this is an x-ray can we all make it out somewhat? Can you all see what that is? Yeah, there's a sword. That I recently learned how to push all the way inside. Like a sword swallower basically, and I learned it to work on one new trick. So if I could, yeah, good. So here's my little now you guys are seeing this when it's brand new. So and this is much bigger than the one in the picture. The one in the picture is actually pretty thin. In the esophagus is very, very thin. So I'm going to try to push this down inside and lots of people assume when sword swallows do what they do that it's a trick, but it's really not. I recently learned that in studying this I don't know if I'm going to succeed, but we'll try. You gotta come closer though. To make sure it's real..

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:37 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Okay. I don't think that deserves a pause. I think that deserves like you're out of your mind. Condemnation. Office. But ironically, before I leave, I brought another thing similar that I have an x-ray of that I'll show you that I recently learned so I'll show it to before I go. A little crazy than this one I think. The only way that I can even begin to approach talking about that is let's assume that it's totally real. You actually figured out how to put that through your hand. That's the only place I can go with it. What is your self talk when you're practicing that? Houdini used to do this thing where he pushed pins through his face and then pull them all out, small razor blades from that threaded, but there are ways to do things that are real that you would assume it can't be done because you would assume that you're going to bleed. But there's a way to and I started with acupuncture needles just trying to see if you could go straight through. I had x-rays taken at Mars, you know, the whole thing so I could know where all the blood vessels and everything lie. And then I found a sweet spot and just started, you know, slowly figuring out how to go through the hammer. Is there any particular trick or stunt that has obsessed you for a long time that you have not yet been able to feel? Yeah, the craziest one. I've been obsessed with the idea of sleep deprivation. Yeah, but no, but when you do sleep deprivation like the Native Americans would do it and they would you get this really incredible hallucination. There's a new list. Yeah. So it's like, I've done like 5 and a half days no sleep and for me hallucinations start to really kick in at like 55 hours if I'm standing up the whole time and it's a really rough environment. And even though it's scary, it's also like you're having these dreams and these nightmares, but you're awake. But the North Koreans used it as an ultimate form of torture on the Americans when they were hostages and many of those hostages came back tweaked for life. So it's like there is what is the breaking point? The risk benefit. Right. Analysis could not be in your favor. I remember at one point, it's one of my favorite parts in New York City, Bryant park. Was that where you on top? Yeah. I was going to stand on this pillar for a day and a half with no food, no water, and nothing to catch me if I.

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

06:00 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Switch twice. Like I'll do it so so you can see it. Look, here's the move. Seattle borders line up. I'll put it on the bottle. I'm teaching you right now. That's how I do it. Hold it tight, don't make it impossible. Because you know them if I have diamonds, ready? Right. Without looking at it, what would you bet on hearts of diamonds? Pretend that would you bet heart zero hearts here? Or could I impress you if the heart was on top diamonds on bottom? Because you had to turn your hand over. Go ahead and turn your hand over. Everybody thinks they're so different, but really there's also generalities among people. So you can really kind of look at a group and you can estimate which person's going to react a certain way. And you get better and better as the more you do it. It's kind of like what psychics do. So I don't like psychics basically when you walk in, they profile you right away, and they've done it so many times that they can kind of cold read what you do, where you're from, what you're looking for, whether you're skeptical, whether you're not, so it's like, you just learn to read people. Read the cues. Yeah. What are some lines or approaches that you use when you just cold approach somebody? There was a named Harvey Cohen that I used to love. He taught me so much and he would approach people when he would do magic and he would say he was very fumbly with the cards. But while he was fumbling cards, he was secretly like loading cards in your pocket and doing all this stuff. So he kind of approached with this non approach. It wasn't like, look, I'm a magician. I'm an amazing. It was almost like he couldn't hold the cards. He'd be like hoping that he was going to succeed. And then at the end when you thought everything had gone wrong and there's two cards in your pocket and one on, so it was like the approach that I always like to do magic is the opposite of what a magician would do 'cause I always imagined if somebody could really do magic. They wouldn't really have big pattern. They would kind of be fumbling, and they'd say, look at this thing and then just do something. So that was always the approach, simple. Simple and understated, I think, is the best approach. At what point did you go to acting school? You did good night. Yeah, with Brian Collins. I was amazing. I learned so much. How did you decide to go back to school? Well, you know, there's a famous quote that Orson Welles said, but it's from Robert down where he says magician is just an actor playing the part of a magician. So at that time, I was close up magician. There was really no there was no business in it. There was no way to make a living at it. So I figured I would study acting and take it seriously and maybe apply it to magic and see what happens. And it was a really valuable year because what you learn and acting schools living truthfully in a given imaginary circumstance. So it's interesting because when you apply that to magic, it's like, instead of these are just tricks. You kind of like almost believe what you're seeing on some level. Not believe it. Like, ah, how do I do that? But you kind of play into that as opposed to the silly pattern the silk trick and it I feel like the magic comes to life that way. You know, it makes a performance more interesting. One of the best things Brian taught me there. He was an early mentor to me. One of the quotes that his dad gave to him is always surround yourself with people that will inspire you or help you grow. And that was just a great piece of advice. And I took that very seriously and pursued people that I looked up to or that I admired and tried to learn things from them. Since I didn't have really father figure anything like that. Did you look for father figures going to throughout that adolescent period or was it more surrounding yourself with peers? No, well, I mean, early on, I would read about all the people I looked up to and you know, that was kind of like my college was finding people that did things that I was really amazed by and then learning as much as I could. And then what I started doing is I started finding all of the books and Nobel Prize winners. And then in literature, specifically, and then I would read what books they recommended and then I would read the books that they recommend then on the back of that book it would be what this book was influenced by. So I started going through lots of that stuff. Original hyperlinks. Yeah. When did you start fasting? And why? I've been obsessed with fasting since I was a kid. But I think it started when my mother gave me Siddhartha to read. The Herman has the book. And I read it when I was 11 years old and in it. He fast and he stands and he does these things where he sees the world in a different way and he realizes that he can control his body and with his mind. So that was the beginning of the seed of the curiosity. And then loving the way you feel when you're fast colors chains, the blues become vibrant, you notice the sky. You become more emotional. So I took everything away and it was incredible. So the fasting, so sit hard times one of my favorite books. Absolutely. And I remember have you guys read that? It's a short read. It's amazing. Short read. And I remember at least in two instances. So he's trying to court this noblewoman, I think she is. And he's also trying to get a job with a merchant at one point. And they ask him because he's effectively at least acting the part of monk at the time. They say, well, what can you give? What can you do? And he said, I can think I can wait, and I can fast. And he talks about the value of not being beholden to food and he says for, for instance, if you asked me to work for you right now, and I needed food. I'd have to say yes to whatever you offer me, but he's since I can fast. I can think about it more rationally. But I've done 7 and ten day fasts. I've never gone as far as you have. But it's incredible when you click over from carbohydrate dependent to pulling on your fat stores. I mean, cognitively, everything changes. It's very, very interesting. It's hard to go back to how it was before in terms of viewing food and so on. Yeah..

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Tyson so it was fist up. He's like, you got a problem? And I was like, and I was like, holy shit. The white, you're like, favorite person? I grew up with that about, you know, so he says, jump in. It's like jumping the liver with him and we drive to the hotel he's staying at and I'm doing magic to him. It's amazing. And along the way, he says to me, he says, you know, I wasn't supposed to be the heavyweight champ. He's like, I didn't have I wasn't tall enough it didn't have long arms. He's like, but I had nothing to lose. And when you have nothing to lose, you have everything to gain. And I was kind of like that was like another great piece of information from Mike Tyson. These types of encounters just blow my mind because if I look at your chronology at 18, I think it was and I don't know if this was a milestone or not, but you I believe this is when you jump to turn style, gotten some trouble for that? Yeah. Can you tell people I was doing magic and restaurants? And it started as a waiter where I would do magic. And then I people wanted to come back and just sing me the magics. I started walking up and down, Park Avenue and trying to get different fancy restaurants to hire, not hire me, let me do magic to the people that were dining and then they would tip me. As I started doing that, I started getting hired by wealthy New Yorkers to do their parties and things like that. One night I was I jumped over a turnstile, and that's when Giuliani was sweeping everybody. I got locked up, but as I was going there, I kept breaking out of the cuffs with a cop, so they just loved that by the way. They actually did. I had to pause. They're like, hey guys, these aren't working. How do they respond to that? Yeah, no, no. They're all good. They know that I'm not really a threat, but you know, so they're just they know they just have to go through the motions. Yeah, so I get put in central booking and central booking is crazy. It's like everybody's in and out of Rikers. So it's like a tough room and you're being moved from one cell to another and there's like 40 guys in there. And I'm like, oh man, I'm going to get my ass kicked. So the four biggest guys are sitting on the ground playing spades. So I walk up to them and grab the deck of cards from them. And I'm like, let me show you something. Ready to kill me? Yeah. And I start to magic. And then what happened? Was they started to go crazy and these are the toughest guys in the cell. So then the whole cell is around me 30 guys or 20 some guys all going crazy. And then the guards come in. And everybody was reacting to me. Like they were all going crazy again. And I was like, wow, so these people on Park Avenue these super powerful people and then in prison, these guys, the reactions are so amazing and so similar, I want to show that. So that became the impetus for the first TV show, which was called street.

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"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Brutal. Yeah. So I was lucky and just did it to my mother. That's a tough crowd. Did you want to be a magician from that point on it? Or what did you think you were going to be when you're little? What did your mom think you were? When I was 5, I said to my mom, I'm gonna be a magician one day. And she went, that's amazing. I'm sorry. So I believe you've stuck to the script. Stuck to it. How is she affected how you live your life today? I mean, I think part of it, she was so brave. You know, when I was she got sick when I was a teenager and fought cancer and she fought without a complaint. It was very tough, but the way she approached suffering and death was almost like she was so graceful about it, that I was curious, you know, the suffering that she endured and how she found so much beauty out of it. I think that was like one of the sort of planted the seed to what is there on this other side of enduring things that are not viewing it as just a bad thing. And you were with her when she passed? Yes, she died in my arm. I can't even imagine. I remember at that moment, I felt like my body was like one big twig and it was like snapped. And I became really afraid to connect like that to anybody else. How did besides the putting the armor on or not wanting to necessarily connect in that way? Did anything else change? But I think also at that point, that's when I became fearless because at that point, I felt like I had nothing to lose. So when I was 19 or 20 or something like that, I was at the airport and my bag was missing, and I saw a whole bunch of identical bags coming out, and there was all these guys dressed in identical jumpers and I was like, I think you guys have one of my bags, 'cause I have the exact same bag. It was a tuning back. They said go ask him, knock on the window, and it was a limousine, a white limbo parked out front with tinted windows, and I knocked on the window, and the thing rolls down and Mike.

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"david blaine" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

03:15 min | 10 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"David blaine is always thinking about the way he can push body to the limits but for him the best delusions always have some truth to them. Try to do things. That are real. And magic's i go you know i. I do use a camera and protect things. But i also will drink you know a a a a glass full of kerosene a gallon of water light a fire on the stage and then put it out or a hold my breath for ten to fifteen minutes in the water tank on the stage and Like the ice. Pick thing the t. l. Do this. I mix it up. So it's the concept is real or magic to entertain the audience. They'd like their bartenders. Like other waiters distributing drinks to the crowd. While you're holding your breath for fifteen minutes. Now they're right right on you. The way i used to do was in the beginning. It started with an act where i would do. Add be underwater. And i would do all these magic things underwater like. I'd smoke a cigar underwater. I would have an eel. Come out of my mouth. I would do all of these things but it started taking away from that. I'm actually holding my breath the entire time so basically what we did is we took all that away and just made it about the actual feat of endurance and let them walk around and feel it and see if it's real and interact with it and that became much more effective so it was kind of like when you see a guy. That's risking his life for that entire duration and if you believe that he's really not breathing that stands on its own without the actual tricks so it was. It's playing with that line of like. How far can you push yourself before you crack. Live in front of an audience. That i'm intrigued by the daily. The daily on madison's called again ruben. Subas are you a magic castle person. Have you hung out there. I have friends friends that perform described to people. What kind of a function that service. It's a private club. Yes there's a bunch of amazing. Magicians you know that that hang out there and socialize air but so when people come they get to see these improvisational sort of improvisational magic shows. It's pretty amazing. I've i went there years ago. But it depends. You know who's there. So if it's like if people are lucky to see like derek they'll gubbio and the and garret thomas or some of these guys perform there it's kind of like whoa people who you know and the same in my business. There's journeyman actors. Who are doing regional theatre who are the great undiscovered actors. Now they they don't have careers in film and tv but but they phenomena they just they just crush big time so this guys out there who are famous amazing that you'll never know is it because there's only room for so many. Do you think there's only so many seats at a table up there at the top. No i don't think so. I just think like There's different things to work on. Like a lot of magicians complain about. Houdini showmanship skills during his lifetime. Because they say all. I could do that better. I could do this. But houdini was a showman so he was kind of thinking about the the bigger picture and certain senses so there are guys it could do much better site a hand than him or could could do moves that were better routines but he was thinking about. You know the actual showmanship of a on a bigger scale. So before you go out whether it's on oprah and he kind of endurance event you've done exhibition Any show you've done whatever you've done..

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"david blaine" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

02:45 min | 10 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"Years. I'm zac macneice for alec baldwin on our summer series from the. Here's the thing. Archives alex been hosting these kinds of surprising. An in depth conversations with performers policymakers and authors. For more than a decade. If you want more be sure to check out the complete list at. Here's the thing dot org after the break. We'll hear more of alex's conversation with pen gillette the moments you'll never forget new stories. They've never told the secrets. They've never buying the music returns exclusively to paramount plus with the spotlight on new and legacy artists. Reliving the biggest moments of their musical journeys. Get a backstage pass into the lives of some of the most popular musicians of all time and revisit. Some of the most iconic episodes with new interview footage storylines and commentary here about all the memorable rise and fall moments that made the careers of artists. Including duran's are in new kids on the block. Bret michaels ricky martin. Ll cool j. huey lewis. Busta rhymes and fat. Joe go behind the journey..

"david blaine" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

04:02 min | 10 months ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"But today we have penn. Gillette and david blaine. Wow that sounds really good. Good luck zach. Thanks alec i've always been fascinated by magicians. It's an intriguing sector of the entertainment world. That can turn an audience of any age into children is wide on the edge of their seats. Today we're revisiting interviews with two of my favorite magicians pendulum and david blaine david blades. Magic is stunning. Some of my favorite performances of his are from his street magic series. Where blaine walks up to people on the street and performs car tricks another illusion so mesmerizing people are often left. Staring in. shock is wide almost in terror. Wondering how it's possible to have witnessed what they've just seen with their own is the other side of the world of.

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Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes

"Long do you think you can hold your breath. i don't know no learning sack minute. Well showy try it. Kate winslet just set a record for holding her breath underwater to film a movie scene. She was an underwater scene for avatar. Two and she held her breath for seven minutes and fourteen seconds. No way now that beats the old record set by unsurprisingly tom cruise. Tom cruise held the record for the longest breath. Hold while filming underwater previous to this for mission impossible rogue nation when he went six minutes holding his breath. That's insane kate. Winslet said it was brilliant. And i was very proud of myself and i'll probably never be able to do that again. It came at the end of four weeks of intense training and it was in the dive tank. It was in the training tank. But i loved it so neither kate nor tom will break the real breath holding record anytime soon of you ever heard what the actual guinness record is for. David blaine hold it now. Alec alexey cigarette vendrell. Whoever that is twenty four minutes and three seconds. How do you live.

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Remembering Eddie Van Halen with Steve Gorman

Bobbycast

06:35 min | 1 year ago

Remembering Eddie Van Halen with Steve Gorman

"Joining me now is Steve. Gorman who was the drummer in the Black Crowes who now plays with trigger hippy and before we talk about some of the Black Crowes stuff in your book I. I saw tweets even it was talking about Eddie Van Halen, which is Kinda. Why you here you say there will be many many words written and spoken about Eddie. Van. Halen, over the next few days, weeks, months and years those millions of words will never come close to expressing what he meant a rock music what he meant to guitarist and what he meant to the guitar itself that's pretty powerful statement Mr Gorman what did Eddie and remind me to rock music I. Think it's it's pretty simple. You can say that he and Jimi Hendrix of the two guys. That truly, and and only the two guys that moved the needle for the guitar itself I mean Hendrix. came out of a blue based. seem. And took the playing and the tone he could get to a new place but even hail and. Really almost came in from another country. Another planet I should say another he's like an alien life form I mean, he was a virtuosic player obviously but he He reinvented what what you could do is to guitar and the fact of the matter is this. Like Hendrix. But even to a greater degree, anybody tries to play like Eddie. Van Halen. Just sounds like a mind a mimic they. It's like rich little doing Johnny Carson okay. Yeah. That kind of sounds like him but. There's nothing nobody's ever been able to do any van. Halen. Did it make it feel a certain way? That each just the and he was that way at twenty two I mean, this is this is not a guy like it's not like David Blaine magic tricks where he gets bigger and better every year he started with card tricks that other people did I even Halen hit the ground running with Van Halen one playing an instrument that have been around for centuries unlike anybody else had ever done I mean he was on the Mount. Rushmore. Of Great Depar- players. At twenty two years old and then, and then he stuck around for another forty years still playing unlike anybody before sin. So I just think that in terms of. You know. Sheer unique. Mindset ambition combined with just. Great talent obviously. But but also phenomenal work ethic I mean he's just a complete unicorn in every sense of the word. How would you describe his guitar sound and I say that I know what I think of it but I wasn't I just messed van Halen like I came around right as you guys were blowing up honestly so that for me the van Halen was slightly classic rock slightly old rock to me as A. Kid. So as someone 'cause, you're just years older than I am but how would you describe his guitar sound someone who was in in it and living it in love and Van Halen? Well I can tell you that that was thirteen years old the first time I heard Van Halen and I remember it. I remember where I was I remember who I was with. It was going home from school in Hopkinsville Kentucky. You really got me there kinks the you know the their cover, the kinks song came on the radio. And and it was playing already and I said, Hey, mom turn that up. It was me and my mom and my friend Brooke. Lofton. The three of us in a car and she turned it up and I my first thought was. That must be like a live version of the king song and I was thinking like we don't they don't rock or do they. But when it hit that Solo and then by the time, the song ended I realized well, that does that's not ray Davey seeing this is clearly a cover version but what on earth is this and it was like making my? Hair on the back of my neck stand up. This is a time when I thought punk rock was the coolest thing in the world. and. The truth is Van Halen was more punk than the punks because they were truly breaking down a bunch of barriers if you will or they were going in their own. You know there hasn't been a band like Van Halen since led Zeppelin in terms of. Rock band hits the ground running at full steam and it obliterates everything in their path in a certain sense and. Jimmy van Halen sound it sounded like California was in my head. You know soon as I realized soon as I heard about them, they're from La, and as soon as I saw David Lee Roth and then as soon as I heard more than you know the next thing I heard was eruption Guitar Solo and you know hearing just two pieces of their first album and seeing what they look like it just. It felt brand new and it already felt like they're going to be around forever. You just knew from the jump and this is me as a thirteen year old kid who is obsessed with music. This band is one of the Alzheimer's like there's nothing like this and they all have the chops and the other thing too as long as I'm just rambling incessantly any van Halen was a great rhythm player. It wasn't just about the Solos he led the band rhythmically and he's also it needs to be noted not that it's not obvious. He's a hell of a songwriter I mean he really was. As I said before he's a true Unicorn I mean, just just nothing like it. What does this sound like do you? It sounds frequent and right in right in the zone near your your key. That's one thing because listen I played a little bit I don't play even as good as my friends who are real life musicians, but it's perfect frequency and frequency is in the tone or the, but as because it's a lot. I mean Brad Paisley plays unnoticed Brad. Paisley. Because I hear the chicken Pickin I hear a very distinct sound and again I didn't catch van Halen as it was happening in my childhood. But when I hear Van Halen Song even if I, it's I, don't know who it is. Just hear the guitar part I hear the Eddie van Halen because I how fast he shreds but the pattern that he does it, you can just tell. By By his fingers and it just kind of again it's hard to explain when you ask about music but that's what I think about and I try to. Always try to. Prepare analogies and most of the people who listen to this podcast here between twenty to forty, and if you were to make an analogy to another band, it's GonNa be tough because Van Halen was massive. But who later on had the kind of? Impact or. Reflected the mass listening that Van Halen had well. What band what yeah. What band can we look at now or in the last ten years and see? Okay. Well, that's how big Van Halen was to the people that were the kids in the eighties.

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"david blaine" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"Panel and then like David planes balloons are up there. They loaded e-clock clock and floated outer space and they she sees she sees David Blaine float by and he's frozen from being out there in space and just a frozen. David Blaine floating buyer and space. I was like Holy Shit. This shit's real but like that seen with like the I kept thinking. They kept thinking talking about how this ship needs. Three of the solar panels working at all times in order to operate. And I was like. Why didn't you just make four? Then you fucking assholes Jesus Christ just make shape Jay. You've seen the first episode. You think I didn't really care for this all that much. It was it was a low. Taste it for me to try. I hated most of the crew members. especially the Russian character. Meka ee seemed like such a paint by numbers character. You kinda see like every step. He was gonNA take a long way in the first episode. All he does doesn't the second episode is drink vodka. Play Tetris Jake. Ali Does everything everything Russian you can think of. He's got a son named Drago. That's a that's a fucking boxer everything that you can take. I don't know if it's different past the first episode but I thought all the drama and emotion in the first episode was pretty empty and almost laughably bad I at the end of the episode when he's whispering to the daughter and the daughter's telling her on the phone that you have to go I I was just rolling. My eyes at this whole cy was tearing. The fuck does is shot. Usually guys should watch them soap operas or something like this is I can see what you're saying it does seem tripe but I don't know just the way that I don't know for me. That hospital scene I was like tears of is and I was like sweet. Jay here your fucking coldblooded that sort. You Know Paula. Abdul sang cold hearted snake. That's about Senate ditch your cold hearted. Snake look into his eyes drama. The on your mile away..

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"david blaine" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"Shit but man if he has like somebody on that. I'm interested in hearing. I'll fuck in Alice. Rogan David plane on and I couldn't believe how David Blaine so monotone when he does his fucking like magic acts like He. Did you know street magic? And he did all these other these other specials and still monotone and I've said it before he does like the most some of the most amazing things I've ever fucking seen any. Does it in such like his delivery so monitoring when he does it but when he was on? Rogan he's a completely different guy. He was like so animated and so like happy to talk about magic. Loves Magic has a love for like all the old magic dean just like. He's very childlike when he talks and so animated when he talks he gets so when he talks i. I couldn't believe that I was listening to David. Plan it's a. I like interview style thing that I've ever heard him to partake in so I was kind of blown away. By how animated energetic he really is and I have a huge appreciation for the guy but when I saw that it was three hours. It's him holding balloons. I was like there's no way in. Fuck. I'm watching three hours and I watched the hydro the better magic trick is that you tricked a guest into watching I watch. I watch it on Youtube. You could watch. They had like they had they had like the three hour version. Where you could watch the whole thing. David Blaine ascension and then like right next to it. They like the abbreviated like through to six minute version. Regan Watch the highlights and I had I would even like like I when I got to the part. Where like fast four? Not Watching this whole thing's fast forward to where they he finally does thing. I'll be honest. I had it on but I did other stuff. I washed dishes and like photos some laundry like I really wasn't paying attention to it that oh I am winkler's winkler is like I watch the first time I didn't quite understand it so I watched it a second time off. Dude hold you gotta question for June was worse this or raised by wolves. Don't you dare all right? That's what I thought. She said. This was worse just because it's like because at the end of it. I mean you know the stuff I guess. This is the first stunt that he's done since his daughter was more so you know the stuff with his daughter that was cute and that was sweet but like so okay you held a bunch of balloons in Turkey up into the air which is cool. I guess they parachuted down. Guess the NFL's like okay. Well that was the thing that happened. Yeah one hundred percent I can say more you gotta right there June That's all that fucking happened and for on the wall like you said the it was his daughter in law the first bit there was a half hour forty minute bit in the beginning where he was like getting ready in talking to his daughter and stuff like that was all like Nice. It wasn't great. It was just nice duty I would say I would have been impressed by this whole thing. If he's talking to his daughter on the ground and an end is and then as he's fucking descending he pops one of the balloons and his daughters in the balloon whole time and he catches her as the Balloon..

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"david blaine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out of time. David Blaine's far thank you so much, of course at Dartmouth College, Lisa Fascinating. Lisa. What's your observation on this historic day that the number of people in the United States who are seeing permanent job losses rose by about half a million to 3.4 million Americans? That's the highest is 2013 that number creeping up, Tom You've been talking about this thesis idea. Initially, it was temporary layoffs and furloughs. These are increasingly permanent. What's the influence on the market? And then I go back to median duration Lisa, which is the one statistic that really jumped out at me, and we've got the census angle that might McKee Nice to explain. That's out there. Joe Wiesenthal out on Twitter on the census statistics as well. But Lisa, what's so important to me is a median duration just hasn't come down. Maybe it will in the coming months not to be gloomy. But you look at those layoffs and airlines etcetera. You really gotta wonder where we are in 30 days. It's so hard to talk about these numbers, though. I mean, this is something That Randy Crossing was talking about. How do you look at data where fluctuation is measured in millions? How do you have takeaways from that and extract lady out over a longer term, Tidwell said. And let me do the day to check right now. Round trip over the last 345 days. Features of six button yield the 30 Year bond backto 1.40%. We goto four digits on jobs, a The 10 Year yield. 0.659 Teo as well. We continue for it in the next 60 Minutes of conversation with Lawrence Kudlow are John Farrow with a gentleman. From the White House..

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David Blaine: Daredevil takes flight with helium-filled balloons

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:57 min | 1 year ago

David Blaine: Daredevil takes flight with helium-filled balloons

"Illusionist David Blaine says he didn't have control of anything for his latest stunt that took him very high into the Arizona sky. Yesterday. 80 sees Matt Gutman reports took 52 giant helium balloons to get him up and gravity to bring David Blaine back down to the Arizona desert floor. In his first major life event in nearly a decade, the illusionist soaring more than 4.5 miles in the air, hosted by all those balloons. It was a scene lifted right out of the beloved kids movie on blame, dedicating the feed to his own kid, nine year old Desa, who was right there by his side as he took off and as he floated off into the stratosphere, the temperature dropping into the single digits, the air dangerously thin, available oxygen on lied about Half the amount at sea level, putting him in a serious risk. High poxy is when you don't get enough oxygen because you go to high. You have no idea what you're doing is you're completely five. It's like you're drunk, and as he keeps climbing, Blaine is communicating with his ground team. Including Desa anything up. Um Or it's 16,000 now. We're probably gonna go up. Where the airplanes go, and as he climbs to nearly a jets cruising altitude, the oxygen shortage hits it's 95 blamed, finally pulling his oxygen tank out trying to get his wits about him for the most dangerous part yet coming back down, Finally, almost an hour after he took off as you reaches 24,900 ft, he gets the signal. Releases the safety and plummets at over 125 miles an hour for minutes straight, he free falls towards the earth, then pulls that parachute cord came down in a Gallup almost deliriously happy. And for the flight back to go see his daughter Desa. This time he took a helicopter that was actually beautiful. Top to bottom. K. Ken's a professional skydiver who helped blame prepare and talked him through it while he was in the air, revealing just how hard it was to get this right on event that requires whether to be bright wind has to be perfect. Everything has to line up. There's no stopping start. It's all live for everyone to see such an incredibly complex stunt and made more so because so much could go wrong and was complicated by the fact that originally Blaine apparently wanted to try it without a parachute, but the basic idea of a human grabbing a bunch of balloons and floating right off into space. Well, that just made for an uplifting

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"david blaine" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"david blaine" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"Buddy's name and you go ahead and you just. Like text me as you're. Saying I. Love You. I'm in love with say. Shut up Dude and then dad is the signed for I. Love You. Little things don't listen to hunter don't listen to do arse Sicko and you ask called signal it's encrypted so even if they've got NSA level You know technologies it doesn't matter. They're not getting is password protected cheater we're moving on and we have more of this. Your chest keeps getting weirder over the weekend a couple of different airlines in Los Angeles. Spotted something very strange and there's nothing we love more than lame jokes from news anchors. Multiple pilots approaching Elliott Sunday night. Say They saw an unbelievable hazard in the sky we just passed the guy that's just. Stay at every day. Started has fire. Get Pack reported three hundred yards family alley final at about three thousand. Thankfully, there were no collisions and everyone is okay. La The LAPD was told about this, but they have not located this guy on a jet pack. Alrighty, you think for your next door, we may have to get GIO in the Jet Pack Got Him what an amazing joke. Where did they get those writers from Neilly? Bob Is that was incredible I you know to be honest I wasn't even thinking about the corny jokes. I jet packs were even a real thing. I always thought this was you know like something that worked minimally like twenty five feet with water on the water like I didn't know jet packs were a real thing that you could get that high up and be by planes. Am I had. No no you. Didn't someone in a movie where jetpack to once. Lions Yeah. Robert Downey Junior. Did it. The thing about jet packs of the places to be doing it near the airport might seem appropriate because you're taking flight, but it's the worst place to do it. Obviously do not have David Blaine producers on, say go to WanNa say this is what would have impressed me David Blaine? This mystery jetpack person is. Now. We have to take another break but up next to cheating husbands seals, his wife's identity lot of cheating today plus a couple summer fest, it's totally ruined..

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"david blaine" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"david blaine" Discussed on KGO 810

"At the time of this encounter the tower, then warned other approaching flights to be on the lookout for a man with a jetpack that incident under investigation. I'd like to warn everybody on the ground to look for a body with a jet pack on it. That's a good point. The most terrifying thing about jetpack flight is jetpack landing from how do you bring that sucker down? Yeah, There's no coming down with that. David Blaine flew over the Arizona desert this morning on nothing but helium balloons, at least getting out of a helium balloons. Just shooting one of the time with a BB gun, right? That's how we're bringing this thing down and slay them Jet pack. You're screwed If you can land on the water, just skip across the water like a stone. If if I'm in a jetpack, and I look down, and I'm over l a X like I know this is not going. This is not gonna end well uses. You've got it. You've got to imagine that somebody fake there's that there's somebody high tech or famous on that. Continuing jet back. I mean, who has access to a jet pack for striking news? Jeff Bezos body has just been found in the Los Angeles area wearing a jetpack right? He was testing Amazon's new delivery drone system, and it did not go well. Maybe he was the cargo. Maybe that's the deal up there. They're a bad pilot to be To be hovering right around. We've heard their people wearing jetpacks and black backpacks, their jet packing backpacks, too scary places to really create a great deal in havoc. Look for them in the skies over California. They're coming to get you. That's what's happening right now. If you could be like David Blaine this morning and just take a whole bunch of balloons, right, That's the best that's much safer than it is to use a jet pack. No doubt about it and and more pretty Much prettier. Much prettier.

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"david blaine" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"david blaine" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

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"david blaine" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"david blaine" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm Jeff McKinney. A judge today denying a mistrial in the case of murdered queens. Jogger Corinna Toronto. So closing arguments underway today. Lawyers for twenty two year old Chanel Louis are now arguing cops were first on the lookout for two musclebound white men following the two thousand sixteen murder of a Toronto who was found along a jogging path and Howard beach in two thousand sixteen their claim is more than three hundred sixty black men had DNA samples taken during an investigation. Prosecutors say that Lewis is DNA was found under the victims nails and on her phone. It would appear prosecutors convinced the judge when they said the letter was not verifiable Lewis first trial ended in a hung jury. Despite a taped confession James flippin for seven ten w o r a White House whistleblower claims. The Trump administration is. Overruled twenty-five denials of security clearance, veteran security specialist Tricia, nubile told the house oversight committee that the White House actions could jeopardize national security a woman being sought after a stabbing and slashing today in Brooklyn. Thirty two year old man was stabbed in the back slashed on his face on Watkins street near new lots avenue in Brownsville. There was no word on his condition. The NYPD now investigating magician David Blaine after he was accused of sexual misconduct reports indicate detectives with the special victims unit took statements from two women and the alleged incidents may fall outside the statute of limitations because they happened more than twenty years ago. One woman told cops he was hypnotized by Blaine inside his Manhattan apartment and then assaulted by him lane says he has no comment to say that he hasn't been approached by police. I'm Lisa G for seven ten W. O R drivers not happy that congestion pricing was passed in Albany. It means people will have to pay more than ten dollars to drive their cars below sixtieth street. I don't think they know how to manage the money in the first place, and why do we have to keep making up the difference for their score up? So it's fair for the people that actually live here work here. Then I tried to do something else. It's impossible to survive like this expect it to be a couple of years before congestion pricing goes into effect Taylor. Swift's accused stalker in court today. Twenty two year old Roger Alvarado allegedly broke into the pop star's Tribeca townhouse last month. It was the third time. Police have arrested him it Swiss home, new music and arts venue set to open this week at Hudson yards. This twenty-first-century venue brings together established an emerging artists. It's called the shed. And it's going to have theater music film and space for performers the greatest cultural city in the world. But we have to stay that way. We have to create opportunity for artists mayor de Blasio was on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony at this new cultural center on west.

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"david blaine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:36 min | 3 years ago

"david blaine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Coast to coast, George Noory with you, David Blaine Traub with us David where do people get your books? My friend. Well, like everybody Amazon is pretty typically the easiest place to go. I would like to think that we all have local bookstores that would carry them. But I think they'd be hard to find that way. Super the the most recent one is from Princeton University press. So you could go to the Princeton University press cite and find it there as well. I can't believe you're with me almost a year ago, come June. Geez. It it has gone quickly. But it's nice to be back. It's always great to have you to you. What one day we've got to do a show on time. I think Einstein was onto something. Why does it seem like time seems to go by faster every year? I think we're just getting older you think so the clock's ticking clocks ticket, and we we are enjoying the time we have left, but we every day that goes by. We know we have fewer of them. Let's go to Jack in Rochester. New York happens to be a first time. Caller for good morning, Jack. Good morning, George. How are ya? Okay. Hope you are too. Thank you for having me on. I've never called in before. I drive a salt truck in the winter. And I get to listen to you at night. Thank you. Thank you for what you do. Because you save a lot of people in the winter doing something. I appreciate that. What I wanted to say is recently Jimmy Kimmel had a George Bush to one that night. Not too long ago. And he said he s George Bush a question he said is there alien life out there? You're the president. You would know. And he said that he would not answer that question. And he said that he went on to say that his daughter asked him the same question, and that he gave her the same answer that he would not discuss that with her which to me would indicate that they know something that maybe we don't know. And I wanted to know what you guys thought about that. And I will take my question off here. Thank you. I don't think a lot of standing presidents know too much about the possible extraterrestrial presence. I think Nixon might have been one, but not not a lot. I think all the others were left in the dark, David. Of course, you don't believe we've been visited, but it is an incredibly perplexing possibility. I don't think we've been visited, but I would say if we had evidence that we'd been visited during the eight. Eight years that George the second George Bush was president that is a discovery that would rise to the level of informing the president of the United States. So yeah, he would know. But I think George Bush on late night TV is smart enough to know that there's some entertainment value here and some intrigue and that he also doesn't know the answer. And therefore, he provided a fun way of answering the question with a non answer politicians are very good at knowing how to not answer questions, but also not provide definitive answers to anything. And of course, Jimmy Kimmel has asked the same question to Bill Clinton to Hillary to President Barack Obama and gets the same answer. Not have any more information than any of the rest of us next up. We've got George in Pennsylvania. Hello there, sir. Go ahead. George day here. I I gotta confirm before you're if you're if you're a builder of an anti gravity craft tesla method, and it's in your lap. You know, it works, right? You know, it's running it generally affects starts at seven hundred revolutions per minute. That's a breaking speed of fourteen thousand between the two parties. And you know, it's working. Lifting up and the weight. But when you look at it, though, you're saying, whoa. What's happening knocked off one leg of space time. I know that I have magnetic static magnetic field independent of electromagnetic field by nature of the coiling making magnetic field. We know magnetic field. If it gets hotter. You loses its polarity. We know that if it planned out in space it gets pretty hot. And then we also know that it will have celestial sound, meaning a compress wave the energizes. It starts the going process. It comes back and basically come down. And you'll say, you know, what all this mess is static electric magnetic field. Locked and then I get back to my thinking like I'm talking to you. There's not one piece of my carbon accept magnetic static field complex, though. What do you think they? I'm not an engineer, and I don't actually understand most of what you were trying to explain to me Norges genius. I don't know what an anti gravity machine would be because you can't escape gravity gravity exists everywhere in the universe. You can make a rocket to try to escape from the earth's nearby. Gravitational field, you can experience weightlessness in orbit around the earth, but you're still experiencing gravity. So I don't actually know what the devices are that you've been trying to describe to me. It is amazing the possibilities. When you let your mind wonder what could be going on out there. Tom in the Bronx that your turn Thomas. Go ahead. I like to say it's all fascinating that you can have rugged ragged chips, go from the moon to Mars and beyond and all, but like if India and China don't do something about all this pollution in other parts of the world as well. We're gonna look like moonscape of Ma the moon and Mars combined. It's none other words, we're we're in for a lotta problems. And don't forget the ozone layer. That's giving out. It's that goes we're gonna have a lot more trouble with a letter raise coming down. And you're going to have a lot of people with more skin cancers and everything else that I think you're absolutely right Rini to take care of this planet. One of the reasons we try to explore other planets is to learn about how planets work about how atmospheres change how the surfaces have planets interact with atmospheres. That's how we learned about the depletion of the ozone layer. That's how we learned. There was an ozone layer in the first place. That's how we learned that the ozone layer protects us from Oltra violet light from the sun, all of these are important scientific discoveries that help us better understand how we need to do things on this planet in order to take care of this planet. I think we've been lousy stewards of this planet, and we absolutely have to do better. How close can we get David to seen the first light of the big bang? We can get within. Well, at the moment, we can get within about three hundred thousand years that's close. Now thirteen point billion seven hundred million years. We can go back very very close to the beginning. Right now, we can't see beyond that. But you're familiar with the the phrase, George Washington slept here. And by that we mean in effect if someone is lying in a bed, and they get out of the bed. You might still see the impression they left in the bed. Even though you don't see them. And what we can do is. We can see the impression that the light from the big bang made. Even though we can't see all the way back to the very beginning. But we're getting close. Let's go to Dave in Albuquerque. New mexico. David go ahead. Hey, gentlemen. Maybe the big bang will turn out to be flatter of the twenty percents. You never tell. Yeah. And quick observations. And a question. He the George for you, knowing the origin of the universe would be the equivalent as I see it of of actually knowing God himself, and I believe that is really lunar payload launch today from Cape Canaveral on SpaceX, and that bacteria that any bacteria on the on the outside of any of our satellites orbiting are for me, obviously came from earth, and that's quickening thing. You had mentioned time quickening. That's simply a factor of that. The longer we've been in existence as a person these smaller fraction a given unit of time is to our overall existence as evidenced by remember, I got got in trouble with my mom 'cause I had a temper tantrum when I was like four years old five years old. I was I was ironically, it was in July within a couple of days of that lunar landing and I asked how long until we go to grandma's house. And my mom said an hour, and that that was an eternity and I had a temper tantrum. And then, you know, plastic fast forward fifty years and an hour is like step of your fingers. And I I think that's what that is the whole Kurt Carter. There was an incident where Carter with handed from documents. And I can't I don't know the veracity of this is something I gathered somewhere that Carter was handed. Some documents for information on presumably extra terrestrial life. And he was in his office alone at his desk, and he began to weep. I don't know if that if that ring any bells with anybody, or if that was even real I don't I don't know Einstein won the first of all the wind chill. But did you have any family in Minnesota? Why? No, I do not not Minnesota. I knew some there the Einstein one fellow physicist of yours won the Nobel prize in nineteen twenty one hasn't mine Ernest Orlando Lawrence won the Nobel prize for physics in nineteen thirty nine was I believe it was for particle physics for inventing, the cyclotron, and I was gonna ask you does does any of the work of Lawrence had any bearing on the work that you do today. Not on mine. I think Lawrence worked on particle physics. But I'm not real familiar with his work and neither way. Israel's first space mission is on its way to the moon launched tonight by SpaceX. So here we go another another country joining the the space race as exciting. Of course, Israel didn't actually watch the rocket. No. So they've got a state owned the satellite the satellite, but not the rockets now, that's interesting. Because they have to hire route to a private firm to do that. But I would guess these rallies will handle the technology of the satellite. Right. That's right. I think SpaceX is only job is launching the payload just getting it up there. Yeah. And the spacecraft itself, I would imagine has its own rockets that will take it from near earth orbit to the moon. But I'm not familiar with this particular rockets or sport payload, let's go to Erin and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Hello, erin. Go ahead, sir. Yeah. George how how are you doing tonight? Okay. I'm fine. Thanks good to speak to you. Again. I I was gonna ask another question. But I wanted to touch on what the gentleman was saying earlier about the anti gravity. Sure. If you go into the internet, and you see the gentleman it's gonna this advice. It's like a weight like, you know, would you lift weights, but went into that has no wait on the other end has like a hundred and fifty pounds weights. And you put a dream on to the way in spin them at about three thousand revolutions in between two barons. And when they start spinning you can pick up from the one in one hundred fifty pounds with one hand spin it around your head like it's completely what weightless dramatic. Yeah. They're getting close to to weightlessness..

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"david blaine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

12:36 min | 3 years ago

"david blaine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Coast to coast, George Noory with you, David Blaine Traub with us David where do people get your books? My friend. Well, like everybody Amazon is pretty typically the easiest place to go. I would like to think that we all have local bookstores that would carry them. But I think they'd be hard to find that way. Super the the most recent one is from Princeton University press. So you could go to the Princeton University press site and find it there as well. I can't believe you're with me almost a year ago, come June. Geez. It it has gone quickly. But it's nice to be back. It's always great to have you to you. What we've got to do a show on time. I think I Stein was onto something. Why does it seem like time seems to go by faster every year? I think we're just getting older you think so the clock's ticking clocks ticket, and we we are enjoying the time we have left, but we every day that goes by. We know we have fewer of them. Let's go to Jack in Rochester. New York happens to be a first time caller forest. Good morning, Jack. Good morning, George. How are ya? Okay. Hope you are too. Thank you for having me on. I've never called in before. I drive a salt truck in the winter. And I get to listen to you at night. Thank you. Right. Thank you for what you do. Because you save a lot of people in the winter doing something. I appreciate that. What I wanted to say is recently Jimmy Kimmel had a George Bush to one that night. Not too long ago. And he said he s George Bush a question he said is there alien life out there? You're the president. You would know. And he said that he would not answer that question. And he said that he went on to say that his daughter asked him the same question, and that he gave her the same answer that he would not discuss that with her which kinda to me would indicate that they know something that maybe we don't know. And I wanted to know what you guys thought about that. And I will take my question off the air. Thank you. I don't think a lot of standing presidents know too much about the possible extraterrestrial presence. I think Nixon might have been one, but not a lot. I think all the others were left in the dark, David. Of course, you don't believe we've been visited, but it is an incredibly perplexing possibility. I don't think we've been visited, but I would say if we had evidence that we'd been visited Doering. The eight years that George the second George Bush was president. That is a discovery that would rise to the level of informing the president of the United States. So yeah, he would know. But I think George Bush on late night TV is smart enough to know that there's some entertainment value here and intrigue and that he also doesn't know the answer. And therefore, he provided a fun way of answering the question with a non answer politicians are very good at knowing how to not answer questions, but also not provide definitive answers to anything. And of course, Jimmy Kimmel has asked the same question to Bill Clinton to Hillary through president. Barack Obama gets the same answer. None of them have any more information than any of the rest of us have next up. We've got George in Pennsylvania. Hello there, sir. Go ahead. George day here. I got a conjoined before you're if you're if you're a builder of anti gravity craft tesla method, and it's in your lap. You know, it works, right? You know, it's running. It's generally affects starts at seven hundred revolutions per minute. That's a breaking speed of fourteen thousand between the two polarities. And you know, it's working. Lifting up and the weight. But when you look at it, though, you're saying, whoa. What's happening? I knocked off one leg of space time. I know that I have magnetic static magnetic field independent of electromagnetic field by nature of the in making magnetic field. We know magnetic field. If it gets hotter. You loses its polarity. We know that if a player out in space it gets pretty hot. And then we also know that it will have celestial sign meaning a compress wave the energizes. It starts the cooling process. It comes back, and basically he come down. And you'll say, you know, what all this mess is static electric magnetic field. Locked and then I get back to my thinking like I'm talking to you. There's not one piece of my carbon step. Magnetic static field complex though. What do you think they? I'm not an engineer, and I don't actually understand most of what you were trying to explain to me, George is a genius. I don't know what an anti gravity machine would be because you can't escape gravity gravity exists everywhere in the universe. You can make a rocket to try to escape from the earth's nearby gravitational field. You can no experience weightlessness in orbit around the earth, but you're still experiencing gravity. So I don't actually know what devices are that you've been trying to describe to me. It is amazing the possibilities. When you let your mind wonder what could be going on out there. Tom in the Bronx. It's your turn Thomas. Go ahead. I like to say it's all fascinating that you can have rockets ragged chips, go from the moon Mars and beyond and all, but like if India and China don't do something about all this pollution in other parts of the world is well. We're going to look like moonscape of Ma the moon and Mars combined. It's another words, we're we're in for a lotta problems. And don't forget the ozone layer. That's giving out if that goes we're going to have a lot more trouble with a lot of raise coming down. And you're gonna have a lot of people with more skin cancers and everything else that I think you're absolutely right. We need to take care of this planet. One of the reasons we try to explore other planets is to learn about how planets work about how atmospheres change how the surfaces of planets interact with atmospheres. That's how we learned about the depletion of the ozone layer. That's how we learned. There was an ozone layer in the first place. That's how we learned that the ozone layer protects us from Oltra violet light from the sun, all of these are important scientific discoveries that help us better understand how we need to do things on this planet in order to take care of this planet. I think we've been lousy stewards of this planet, and we absolutely have to do better. How close can we get David to seeing the first light of the big bang? We can get within. Well, at the moment, we can get within about three hundred thousand years. That's back fell thirteen point billion seven hundred million years. We can go back very very close to the beginning. Right now, we can't see beyond that. But you're familiar with the the phrase, George Washington slept here. And by that we mean. Ineffective. If someone is lying in a bed, and they get out of the bed. You might still see the impression they left in the bed. Even though you don't see them. And what we can do is. We can see the impression that the light from the big bang made. Even though we can't see all the way back to the very beginning. But we're getting close. Let's go to David Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hi, david. Go ahead. Hey, gentlemen. Maybe the big bang will turn out to be the flatter of the twenty percents. You never know. Yeah. And quick observations. And the question sure, he the and George for you, knowing the origin of the universe would be the equivalent as I see it of of actually knowing God himself, and that I believe that is really lunar payload launch today from Cape Canaveral on SpaceX, and that bacteria that any 'Bacterial on the on the outside of any of our satellites orbiting our earth to me, obviously came from earth, and that quickening thing you had mentioned time quickening that simply a factor of that the longer we've been in existence as a person these smaller fraction a given unit of time is to our overall existence as evidenced by remember, I got got in trouble with my mom 'cause I had a. Temper tantrum. When I was like four years old five years old. I was I was ironically, it was in July within a couple of days of that lunar landing and I asked how long until we go to grandma's house. And my mom said an hour, and that that was an eternity and I had a temper tantrum. And then, you know, plastic fast forward fifty years, and our is like the snap of your fingers. And I I think that's what that is the whole car cutter. There was an incident where Carter was handed some documents. And I can't I don't know the veracity of this is something I gathered somewhere that Carter was handed some documents or information on a presumably extra terrestrial life. And he was in his office alone at his desk, and he began to weep. I don't know if that if that rings any bells with anybody, or if that was even real I don't I don't know Einstein won the first of all wind chill. But did you have any family in Minnesota? Why? No, I do not that Minnesota. I knew some there the Einstein one fellow physicist of yours won the Nobel prize in nineteen twenty one hasn't of mine Ernest Orlando Lawrence won the Nobel prize for physics in nineteen thirty nine. I was I believe it was for particle physics for inventing, the cyclotron, and I was gonna ask you does does any of the work of Lawrence have any bearing on the work that you do today. Not on mine. I think Lawrence worked on particle physics. But I'm not real familiar with his work and other way. Israel's first space mission is on its way to the moon launched tonight by SpaceX. So here we go another another country joining the the space race as exciting. Of course. Israel didn't actually watch the rocket. No. They've got a state owned the satellite on the satellite. But not the rockets now, that's interesting. Because they had to hire route to a private firm to do that. But I would guess these rallies are will handle the technology of the satellite. Right. That's right. I think SpaceX is only job is launching the payload getting it up there. Yeah. And the spacecraft itself, I would imagine has Joan rockets that will take it from near earth orbit to the moon. But I'm not familiar with this particular rockets or sport payload, let's go to Erin and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Hello, Aaron go ahead, sir. Yeah. George how how are you doing tonight Kay? I'm fine. Thanks good to speak to you. Again. I I was gonna ask another question. But I wanted to touch on what the gentleman was saying earlier about the anti gravity. Sure. If you go into the internet, and you see this, you know, many. Vice it's like, a weight like, you know, would you lift weights, but went into it has no wait on the other end has like a hundred and fifty pounds weights, and you put a dream on to the wage in spending at about three thousand revolutions in between two barons. And when they start spending you can pick up from the one in a hundred fifty pounds with one hand spin it around your head like it's completely weightless. You know, that's dramatic. Yeah. They're getting close to to weightlessness..

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