16 Burst results for "Derek Field"

"derek field" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

06:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"derek field" Discussed on Classic Races

"This time like the last time and his crew will have a chance to be in the race to get him off the midland ahead of some of these guys. Two-wicket goes out of the pit drag race by half league. Dick rooks hardly anybody up here. That sterling marlin stopped in and and they put four tires on his car and jimmy. Spencer came in a fueled up his car and put some tires on it Ricky rudd game. They did the same thing. Got him back on racetrack. These guys trying to get finished up. I don't think they can make it on one more. Stop de forget the right tires on so the front. Seven cars have pulled back onto the racetrack. They're putting stay dry down here in the front straightaway. That was where the oil was. Put down by. Bobby hillin's car just a moment ago to put us under caution and that would be the six one of the day it came out at lap to forty one now. We're watching the pace car. Bring the rest of the field through turns three and four. See how many of that pack traffic peel off and come onto pit road. Harry gant as the car immediately behind the pace car. Now gant drops off the banking up and turn three and four and we'll come down to the attention of his pit crew here in just a moment if you join us a little bit late. Some of the cars that have gone to the garage area and are out of the event. Jeff gordon lake speed. Mark martin out. Jimmy horton bob. Shack rich bickel. Wally and back richard petty had problems. Early in the event park for the day is supposed to come back out and take the last couple laps. They've made repairs to his car. Kenny schrader dick trickle hut strickland and brent modi the cars out let's go to the pits. Well mortgage shepherd brings his citgo ford in for service. Dale earnhardt is in again. They're taking the right side tires on his car tires for shepherd derek fields into his lane pole center for today rick. Mass comes into the pits to get Four tires and gasoline and father. A pit road lake speed of getting four tires and gasoline. Dick brooks well ted. Best grove is dead. Bus grave is in Darren waller prestige. Car was left negative all sheet. Metals beat off the chassis straight. But he's had a long day out there and can was on his car. It hasn't been handled the way like a habit to keep working on it Michael wallop same way. Getting him back on the restaurant. Two hundred and forty four laps complete. We'll take a break at the atlanta motor speedway track cleanup continuing a good bit of speedy. Dry has been put down after the engine problems. For bobby hillary junior case you have spent the better part of this week in a cave somewhere you might be. The only person doesn't know that. Rick wilson has been named dr the pontiac for nineteen ninety-three. It is going to be car number. Forty four as opposed to car number forty three richard petty said he personally is retiring number forty three. Although that official determination made only nascar but nevertheless rick wilson did get the nod as the driver for the nineteen ninety-three racing season. I asked rick during the press conference on thursday here at the track when he and richard. I talked about the possibility of rick. Wilson becoming the new drive race in may and this is probably. I think it's i think it's in. May it was just like a month or so after what had happened in february and it was with my ride and so i was walking around seen human. He walked truck. And i'll just follow ended up in the truck. And i said hey i'm without a ride. I can't explain to him circumstances and what had happened to me last year and And i i know probably the month or two. This is going to start much for him and then everybody is going to be talking to you. Tell this driver in a race car. And this one and that one and i said I'm just gonna tell you one time. I like to a race car and appreciate you. Consider the thoughts. There of rick wilson. Who talked to richard petty. I in may and then hadn't talked to or hurt again until just a couple of weeks ago. You think are out of contention for the forty three car. There's no doubt about it. You know. I really kind of put my Put myself on the spot. Because i was really made my mind. I wanted to go really want to drive the richer. And i kinda let some things kind of go to the side and didn't pursue as much as i wanted to or as hard as i wanted but i landed up a bushrod and you know that's bad because i'm going to be a drive. Mixture fell just something you. Richard didn't wanna do run. Winston cup cars running busch gardens head lined up and it was a good car Matter of fact. I've been in that car before one races in it and so at least i had something lined up to still stay in the race car but when this happened in so I kind of let that go deciding looking forward and driving the pontiac. I asked rick what he said to his wife. Therese after hung up the phone he said theresa she never going to believe who that was on on the telephone. It's really nice to party is at robbie. Loomis who is the richard petty crew chief for the car is also from bartolo florida. He and rick wilson go back years and years ago. When rick was driving at the local short-track there and here is a fifteen year old kid or i think he's fourteen years old. Robbie loomis is kind of hanging around wanting to help any way he could. They develop a friendship that way and they said at one point years ago. Wouldn't it be nice if you get a chance to work together sunday. And they work together starting next year but they're working in one of the most famous cars all motor sports. I think wrinkle do good job at car. Think he's going to surprise a lot of people. Dale inman said the other day. I said the one thing. We don't really know how good our race team is. Because he said coming in with the brand new driver and everything that will probably want wanna completely different set up in the car. And then richard has he said it will probably take us a few racist to get things going but he said we looked to have a good year. Here comes the field out of turnover. Four the pace cars behind pit wall green flag about to go in the air at lap to forty nine of three hundred and twenty eight allen kalicki as leader. Bill elliott right behind him. This getting down to show and tell time as the it off into one going. He's not able to get too far away from and he follows. They worked the lap traffic. First car. line is kyle petty. Wicky clears that car. Elliott has foster paul behind. Kyle petty off. Turn to morgan. Shepherd will be down to elliott's inside as they come down the back straightaway. Elliot will have to go to the outside of turnover three to try and get around. Both kyle petty and try to catch up to allen kalicki from the bright sunshine into the shadows of turn. Four out of the corner back into the sunlight and again on the main straightaway as in the shadow of the main grandstand. He'll put mop number two fifty one on the board still chasing coworker. You back to the corner. Kalicki leads the way. The lap car kyle petty next in line. Bill elliott had his hands. Full here trying to get rid of the mortgage shepherd gar shepherd now clears the bill elliott. Garth put out to laughter sees but wait never the leader and a good scrabble. For third spot is one by earning urban. Ac- moves down on the inside and around rusty wallace. Wallace is back the fourth terror. The body runs fifth. Davey allison six. Wallace had a pretty good ron going here all day. Long car's been up at the top six or seven most of the day. Meanwhile cookie is now pulled away by a full second. Bill elliott continues to try and deal with oregon shepherd back in turn one elliott finally squeezes out in front of mortgage shepherd coming into turn one with shepherds got a battle with the inside of the racetrax. So elliott's job's not over yet. Spatafora shepherd gets bio again after two and a challenge for the fourth spot. Here's terry the body down to the inside of rusty wallace on the back straightaway. Ernie irvan moves to the outside of the ted mustard car.

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"derek field" Discussed on Defenders Of The Night

Defenders Of The Night

06:42 min | 6 months ago

"derek field" Discussed on Defenders Of The Night

"We learned that David created the pack, but I don't think Dream Boat and the gargoyles new still ex Bush talking to I think Owen so I think this is the first time they're learning this information, but we as the viewer knew this already, but it only brings up more questions. Because what does she mean by that? She means that they were six individuals, and then he hired them individually were they a pack of mercenaries that he made into famous TV stars. What does? Does this mean because they already had the weird animal theme Fox has the I thing. Yes, did he make her do that Oh God? It's a tattoo. None of birth market. He hold her down and tattooed her face. Well the thing that boggles my Bryan even more than all of that is. He planned all of this, so he planned for the diamond to be stolen from him, and then planned his own assassination, and we don't really know why we do is. He wants Deir Al Right? It was all it was all up what I mean. Why does he want? Derek is deluxe trying to do some weird seduction. Thing is deluxe, trying to make Derek his new Owen, are they? Trying to make Derek completely reliant on deluxe for you. Know love as many. I think it's a big ploy to piss off dream Bose's bucket with drinks I think he's fine with dream. Bow Like I think he's literally doing this because he likes making angry and he knows that Dream Boat can't actually get him on anything you know what he could do. He could go to the top of the Police Tower at eleven am with a sledgehammer. Sledgehammer he doesn't know there. I'm sorry he knows so fucking much now. He has to put together this ridiculous convoluted plan. He doesn't know what the fucking gargoyles are. I do not believe that because Fox's like You don't even understand how many steps ahead he is from you'll. She works in the same building that she put the fucking gargoyles and he doesn't know that. I refuse to believe that he didn't accidentally find. That was a big open space above her place of work. Maybe I should check their. Oh, there are weird. Statues were there weren't. So that conversation ends yeah, and Dream Boat Leaves yes. She pulls out her little cassette recorder. Phone and plays a little blip, so we can hear that she'd been recording. Fox The whole time God! That'd be so embarrassing if she forgot to record when she went. Just, fart sounds from when she was in the car or just thinking you would like. She also uses the dictate her diary and like. Goliath took. Date last night and it was wonderful. And she's like Oh. She's working on Sin Erotic. Literature. As. She doesn't realize that she didn't actually record. There's enhance ought to her brother. Office I. Mean you're writing could use some more. Do you think that Fox. Is that was going to happen. Do you think that she told all of that? To Dream, boat knowing that Dream Boat would record that or deluxe new told Fox that. Going to record if anything, it would definitely be deluxe being like all right Fox. Go ahead and tell her everything, and it would make sense that he would do that because he assumes she would think she's being sneaky. Yeah was I. don't I don't actually know how this scene ended? Because when I heard that deluxe is probably at Xanadu, his upstate retreat I started. Cracking up, it was so stupid. I literally was like fuck you over whatever was happening in the rest of the scene. I was like a foghorn of fuck you. Upstate retreat called ZANU. Did. This was that it was pretty much. I literally stopped paying attention when xanadu happened. Because my next note is about Lexington uh-huh, yeah I want to go to there. We are back in the sky, and Lexington is flying. A helicopter suddenly knows how to fly it because he didn't the day before he played video games. Yeah, in between fixing the helicopter fucking. Fix this thing. He rebuilt it. He rebuilt a added onto it. He added. Added Armor. Broadway has the fucking audacity to call a junk pile. Yes, you wonder why. Everyone hates you or do you pretty much? have it figured out dude? Everyone always shits on you and Causey. Big, fat, boy, little pig, man, you fucking wonder why Lexington literally did the impossible of course could Lexington I mean he does machines. He's the show's. Donatello so from here. We moved Xanada, fire all. Because you know any rich person who lives in New York has to have their summer house in the Hamptons, or they're. They're upstate. Retreat called Xanadu so at this point deluxe and Are Strolling through their woods. One eight say romantically. Date Walk through the park type situation and the twins move at. Some cool matching twins stealth gear. What were they doing the whole time? Do you think there's no passage of time? Maybe this is mere hours after we saw them. Get that phone call. We don't fucking now. They're just waiting. A little picnic as this date is going very well, deluxe compliments Derek on his impressive flying last night, and the smoothly slips arm over Derek shoulder and I. Don't know if you noticed during this episode, but I could feel a cold breeze picks up and the to snuggle up for warmth, because they're outside and Derek field deluxe muscular chest through his jacket and I think I slipped in the writings slash vic. I'm GonNa need you to continue that I just. It was the most warmth. Derek had felt an A. longtime emotionally physically, Derek. We can find you love elsewhere. We promise in his pants, grew two sizes too small and the criterion. I don't know how to do this. Oh. It's so good. Thank you anyway. The twins attack and they start shooting. And, then a really really bright light appears, and they're blinded. is you are forgetting the fact that the twins shot a street lamp that was in the middle of the woods in upstate new. York Xanadu is retreat of or whatever it's deluxe can't be bothered to carry a flashlight when he wants to take romantic strolls his forest, so he has street lights installed in the woods in upstate. New York yes, Okie Doke, so you were saying something about the light because. The helicopter shows. That's what the light is yeah okay. Okay all right. I'm back on board, so.

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"derek field" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

11:16 min | 8 months ago

"derek field" Discussed on WRVA

"War the world's and how you know that that's relatable because everybody knows about war of the worlds and all about the radio play they know all about the movie there's another movie that job I liked because I like to be horror films like the hello I'm Judy meet ray Harryhausen the earth verses the flying saucers bird versus the flying saucers it's a it's a little do you film that's amazing because it kind of reminds me what's happening right now I had Hugh Marlowe in it he's eat a lot of of these science fiction films Marlowe if you Marlowe's this guy he's a scientist in the film and he's driving to work and easy is this flying saucer their peers over his car and what you do is you speak into a tape recorder for some reason talking about this project he's involved with cub projects guy looks a space program did they're launching some research satellites in orbit and every time you know they try to launch a rocket the rocket explodes was destroyed or something happens that can't get the satellites up the satellites are falling back to earth no one knows why they're falling back to back to earth and so then the the professor advance it he doesn't understand but he privately suspects alien involvement here and then of course another one falls another satellite falls another rocket explodes in this destroyed is it a flying saucer lands of the sky hope project and basically that's what the aliens start wreaking havoc on the planet it is another example of this is well and man in the high castle Juliana Crain is a character Malahide castle and in one of the episodes of I remember if you you know that the whole the whole TV show or the whole show was produced for I believe it was prime and I finally watched all of its amazing show about universes and how the **** had this this technology that was able to open a parallel universes and what if things I found interesting is that there is a scene where she's there in a in a truck and I think I I don't I'm she looks at a newspaper or a guy he was she was a newspaper she's reading about how another field space rocket another rocket they were gonna watch this space this failed and one of the guys says to are you can you believe that another space mission is just failing she's doing you know what this is she is the **** coming over from the other side going from a parallel universe here destroying our space program because it over threat and I thought it sounded kinda crazy time until I realize that there's a parallel universe right now or the neutrinos are not falling from space are going up into space in Antarctica as we speak parallel universe is going on right now and we just hear about you know UFO crashes are you a photo shoot downs over Brazil the same day it was a six point five earthquake area fifty one hundreds of aftershocks since there were earthquakes at China lake just prior to that the year before then so something's going on you know it's something that I think is a indicating I mean The New York Times just again another story about our military being you know the stock by UFOs and and this time they were the tech tax it was a are you a photo that was a sphere inside a cube so he's flying cubes with with these three years inside of them but they were tracking eighty incidents happened between June twenty seventh twenty thirteen it was recently struck or thirteen twenty nineteen last month the defense department offered to give you three UFOs of these encounters be been leaked to the press for a long period of time but finally they the the military has said yes these are real and we're looking into it still and you know keep in mind of the timing of all this what's been happening within the last few days after the UFO crashes in South America and and of course this report many reports have been give you tonight this is the big one and this is something that was brought up in the last hour and I wanted to address at this hour again and then go to calls there have been reports that says the satellites have been dropping out of the sky and scientists are blaming it on a weak magnetic field they're they're malfunctioning summer a falling out the sky on average the planet's magnetic field has lost almost ten percent of its strength of the last two centuries but there is a large localized region of weakness over Africa and South America yes it's weakening over Brazil the field strength in this area is rapidly shrunk over the past fifty years just as the area itself has grown and moved westward over the past five years a second center of minimum intensity is develop south in near southwest of Africa was Reacher S. there are researchers there that are calling this the south Atlantic anomaly it only is causing technical difficulties for satellites orbit the earth European Space Agency as saying they're using swarm data which of course they have the swarm satellites used as satellite clusters bitter monitoring our magnetic field they're saying the data from the European Space Agency swarm satellite constellation are now showing a weakening of the magnetic field especially over South America swarm satellites have been designed identifying precisely measure the the magnetic signals the make up respect Derek field so the south Atlantic anomaly we've talked about before on ground zero it that actually is an interesting topic because of the fact that over the south Atlantic anomaly there been reports of time anomalies near the Gulf of Aiden eighty eight sort of a time warp their they they can explain a lot about why you know why things are happening in South America why we're seeing the strange is going on at RT I mean this is all you know in my opinion was our president trump said that they're considering placing travel restrictions on Brazil because they've been reporting an increasing number of coronavirus cases Brazil's hospitals particularly in the in in sao Paulo are said to be overwhelmed by the surges in cases right now trump said on Tuesday he was concerned about infected individuals coming to the United States from Brazil and vice versa meanwhile an unmarked plane usually designated for United States airforce was caught flying from Washington DC to Rio de Janeiro at one thirty AM on may sixteenth summer claiming it was an unmarked C. one thirty it was dispatched there for retrieval operations at the UFO crash site in my Jai or could be related to cover nineteen outbreak again correlations are numerous we know this is a lot to be said about what appears to be a lot of weird things going on in outer space a lot of bad omens in space we're in the middle some are saying in the middle of our alien invasion Dan this is it may not be the middle of it certainly sounds like the beginning of one it certainly sounds peculiar enough to have our focus tonight on the program it's going to Steven Missouri hi Steve you're on ground zero they call it hi I just want to make a comment about your story tonight I was headed west again COS I'm a trainee and try to turn the dispatcher and got some interference on the radio and I called adultery screener we were shot we are get ready stopping her like a bubble coming away and I I you know I thought I had so much as it will change hello everything's running fine you just can't use radios I just happen to look up out the window and open the engineer Hey look at this site and he said look like you said earlier it had packed and I look like a triangle to me and it wasn't fixed agonizing was just kind of hovering and we did it we couldn't stop and I can use the phones are on the train and he was like what is that and I was just my jaw just dropped I could believe it and we are trying to see maybe get on the camera on that on the train but not the mayor and we just saw you know the radio went out and the train was still still going but I was like a roll awful noise and kind of pulsating bell said we get going crest over hill and it just bad took off and vanished it's a strange because I was just starting to watch those move up move find files on Netflix yeah it does happen to me so I could believe it but have you ever heard of the it's called the at the Painesville UFO incident you ever heard of that not as a rebel apparently in Kentucky it was back in two thousand two there was a train engineer much like yourself it was a a coal train was moving from Russell Kentucky to shell be ana Kentucky and as they were moving through their electrical systems on the locomotives were going crazy yeah and they were moving up a band and they looked and sure enough we were sitting around the corner they saw their onboard computers are going crazy and the the speed recorder went nuts and then all of a sudden the locomotives to shut down the alarm bells went off things went crazy and they were looking for something wondering what the hell is causing the trains to go down and all the sudden they they thought what they were seeing were search lights helicopters were looking down on them about twelve feet above the track it wasn't helicopter was something metallic it was it looks like a flying you know ship of some kind and it was about you know twenty feet in length they said it was just hovering above the tracks and with both engines dead you know they don't know what to do you know it could be because you know of course trains still roll with their dad but they were rolling around the band go about what you know they were they were moving and then of course they they wanted to try and stop the trains and they hit one of these objects at the end and they basically they hit the brakes I tried to hit the brakes but due to loss of power I took a mile and a half to two miles to to kind of bring the train down in to stop it but they said that they inspected the cars and everything and they said that whatever they hit we had stuff like strewn forever and it was really creepy it's really creepy story about how this train in Kentucky this call train hit this UFO incidents in that's why would you tell me your story reminded me of that so I thank you for calling Steve thank you so much have a good night we'll be back with more eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one eight seven seven seven.

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"derek field" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Stock five eighty one of five nine K. M. J. Michael Flynn after a number of much bickering with the prosecutors about his cooperation Michael Flynn saw his legal counsel file a notice announcing his intention to withdraw his guilty plea because of quote the government's bad faith vindictiveness and breach this is big breach of the plea agreement the ruling this comes less than a week after the federal prosecutors recommended sentencing of up to six months in prison for the former national security adviser he pleaded guilty of the of the end of a two thousand seventeen to lying to federal investigators about his discussions with the with the Russian ambassador this was during the presidential transition two thousand sixteen he entered into a a I guess you could call it a cooperation agreement with the prosecutors and this was a part of the former special counsel Robert Muller is probe into the Russian election interference but after an aborted sentencing hearing the sentencing hearing took place in two thousand eighteen late in the year I think flavor prices lower yeah your place is lord that time and began an effort to disavow is wrong do it so you may have at one point falling on his sword for the president he may have been coerced into lying the what's called out in a court document that was filed last night please legal team wrote that the government demanded that he who is expected to be called as a government witness last July in a separate case of his former business associate that to provide a false testimony that's what he says he was coerced he was told to provide false testimony and to say that he knew and intended to sign false filings in these turkeys laboring more and he got he got hit for that the drug is lobbying work which would lead him to breach the plea by not telling the truth hello so the legal team plans legal team is arguing that in a court document that the government made such demands for the first time after Flynn changed his legal team so the prosecution I'm quoting here the prosecution has shown abject bad faith in pure retaliation against Mister Flynn cincy retain new council blades defense road in the filing this can only be with new I'm conflicted counsel Mister Flynn refused to lie for the prosecution the plot thickens so fling didn't end up testifying at his partner's trial after prosecutors expressed you know some new doubts about the pledge to cooperate with their investigative efforts and the the judge in the the X. business partners case throughout the jury's guilty verdict after a lack of evidence so the prosecutors last the last week bayside influence affirmation ugly in the efforts to undermine that's what they're calling it the affirmation efforts to undermine and this was the partners prosecution as a part of their reasoning for for for recommending the harshest sentence for Rivlin quote the government has reason to believe through representatives by the defendants counsel that the defendant has retreated from his acceptance of the responsibility of the case regarding his lies to the FBI sold right that the prosecutor so with the new filing yesterday all my troubles seemed so fully legal counsel also wrote of the extraordinary developments that have come up the case in the last thirty days who which is revealed additional information that please attorney rights that they need a little bit more time to cover and hopefully not too much time because what are these revelations that have popped up in the last few days the last thirty days but flew again is saying that he ultimately will prevail in moving to withdraw his guilty plea and he's got the goods showing prosecution forced him to lie so another chapter in this whole song and dance about you know the the Russians and Donald Trump in the election okay project veritatis you gotta love project veritatis I love project where a toss they give so much talk about so the newly released under cover video that we talked about yesterday shows that campaigner for Bernie Sanders lamenting that senator Elizabeth Warren supporters are holed up on **** is the voting for the best policies same guys yesterday Kyle Zurich I mean the guy's a real whack job who project identify the project veritatis identifies as Sanders field organizer organizer is seen slamming the worn campaign presenting canvassers to their opponents of it quote they're like sending canvases to our our events we have that climate summit with Naomi Klein of the AOC effing Warren campaign members and staffers show up wanting to effing table the event and they want to set up a table for Warren and we're like get the F. out a year F. you guys this isn't a ward of it you're not coming in here helping anybody or scooping up people no you're not gonna effing do it because he lives in water in another part of the video Zurich is complaining that Sanders is a is a bad example of character putting out to the V. characters previous support of war and as an example yeah he works with this guy he said he is a bad judge of character so like he has it Jeff weaver who is one of the senior advisers and he's a Essington Epping human being ed Sanders likes him is he is friends with Elizabeth Warren what can you do Bernie started opening up lines of attack against ward but he keeps of policy base so bad with the same video that this video is just loaded with stuff he launches into a personal attack on ward it was a borders for wanting a woman to be the democratic nominee even ever policies are worse than centers quote tell me on the doors and with that means people tell me all the doors I guess when they come into an event or something yeah I like Bernie but I really want a woman to win so it's like you're okay with a woman if she has worst policies just because she's a woman because he's got a **** that's what you're going to vote for you to vote for her **** the world is on fire and this is an emergency situation and you're all hung up on the giants that's where that stupid the vial comment came from from this guy Kyle Derek field operations for Bernie Sanders so yeah as I mentioned yesterday this undercover video emerges you know just just after ward claim that Sanders colder in December two thousand eighteen that he didn't believe that a woman could win the White House and twenty twenty something that popped up last night rather prominently in that CNN debate which did show a lot of favoritism toward among the topics that came up was what would happen if Democrats nominated a female candidate I thought a woman could win he disagreed this hobby is this guy Urich I mean sure it was obviously a part of the meeting so last night you remembered that Bernie vehemently denied making the report I mean making the remark to CNN quote and then we had a little breather here it's ludicrous to believe but at the same time meeting Elizabeth ward where you know she told me that she was going to run for president and I would tell her that a woman could win it's ludicrous it's sad that three weeks before the Iowa caucus any year after that private conversation staff who weren't even in the room are lying about what happened what I did say that night was that Donald Trump is a sexist or racist and a liar who would weaponize whatever you could do I believe a women can a woman can win in twenty twenty of course after all Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump by three million votes in two thousand sixty eight but she didn't have the rubber on the road obviously in the electoral college which is where the rubber does meet the road I don't think that's going to happen again by the way I get asked that question all the time we'll Donald Trump with the popular vote and the electoral vote yes in the second go around yes he's gonna win both and all the metrics I pointed out two of them but they're never wrong show him winning in a landslide you know it's gonna be good stuff all right before we break I'll remind you something you although Australia they can do the be devastated by these wildfires and we hear came J. we're partnering up with the Australian red cross down a bit to help the victims and if you like to chip in we hope that you do click on the thirsty koala on our website it came Jameela com you can't miss game Jane data com and the please donate which can we appreciate you could donate a thousand dollars you're gonna win beginning next week free money from game J. four times a day the national key words are gonna pop up at eight OO five eleven oh five two oh five and four oh five and then text with free money from games eight starts Tuesday and then when you win that free money I want you to give it to Australia the flora and fauna they're being decimated the quality population because they're so slow and live in trees that are burning they're taking a real it just terrible and this is a call a breeding season two not good.

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"derek field" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"After a number of much bickering with the prosecutors about his cooperation Michael Flynn saw his legal counsel filed a notice announcing his intention to withdraw his guilty plea because of quote the government's bad faith vindictiveness and breach the Mrs brick breach of the plea agreement the ruling this comes less than a week after the federal prosecutors recommended sentencing of up to six months in prison for the former national security adviser he pleaded guilty of the of the end of a two thousand seventeen to lying to federal investigators about his discussions with the with the Russian ambassador this was during the presidential transition two thousand sixteen he entered into a a I guess you could call it a cooperation agreement with the prosecutors and this was a part of the former special counsel Robert Muller is probe into the Russian election interference but after an aborted sentencing hearing the sentencing hearing took place in two thousand eighteen late in the year I think flavor prices lower yeah your place is lord that time and began an effort to disavow is wrong do it so you may have at one point falling on his sword for the president he may have been coerced into lying what's going on in the court document that was filed last night please legal team wrote that the government demanded that he who is expected to be called as a government witness last July in a separate case of his former business associate that to provide a false testimony that's what he says he was coerced he was told to provide false testimony and to say that he knew and intended to sign false filings in these turkeys levering more and he got he got hit for that the drug is lobbying work which would lead him to breach the plea by not telling the truth hello so the legal team please legal team is arguing that in a court document that the government made such demands for the first time after Flynn changed his legal team so the prosecution I'm quoting here the prosecution has shown abject bad faith in pure retaliation against Mister Flynn cincy retain new council believes defense road in the filing this can only be with new I'm conflicted counsel Mister Flynn refused to lie for the prosecution the plot thickens so fling didn't end up testifying as partners trial after prosecutors expressed you know some new doubts about the pledge to cooperate with their investigative efforts and the the judge in the the X. business partners case throughout the jury's guilty verdict after a lack of evidence so the prosecutors last the last week bayside influence affirmation early in the efforts to undermine that's what they're calling it the affirmation efforts to undermine and this was the partners prosecution as a part of their reasoning for for for recommending a harsher sentence for Rivlin quote the government has reason to believe through representatives by the defendants counsel that the defendant has retreated from his acceptance of the responsibility of the case regarding his lies to the FBI sold right at the prosecutor so with the new filing yesterday all my troubles seemed so fully legal counsel also wrote of the extraordinary developments that have come up the case in the last thirty days who which is revealed additional information that please attorney rights that they need a little bit more time to cover and hopefully not too much time because what are these revelations that have popped up in the last few days the last thirty days but fleet again he's saying that he ultimately will prevail in moving to withdraw his guilty plea and he's got the goods showing prosecution forced him to lie so another chapter in this whole song and dance about you know the the Russians and Donald Trump in the election okay project veritatis you gotta love project veritatis I love project where it talks they give so much talk about so the newly released under cover video that we talked about yesterday shows that campaigner for Bernie Sanders lamenting that senator Elizabeth Warren supporters are holed up on **** instead of voting for the best policies same guys yesterday Kyle during I mean the guy's a real whack job who project identify the project veritatis identifies as Sanders field organizer organizer is seen slamming the worn campaign presenting canvassers to their opponents of it quote they're like sending canvases to our our events we have that climate summit with Naomi Klein of the AOC effing Warren campaign members and staffers show up wanting to effing table the event and they want to set up a table for Warren and we're like get the F. out a year F. you guys this isn't a war the vet you're not coming in here F. ing anybody or scooping up people no you're not gonna effing do it because he lives in water in another part of the video Zurich is complaining that Sanders is a is a bad example of character putting up to the V. characters previous support of war and as an example yeah he works for this guy he said he is a bad judge of character so like he has it Jeff weaver who is one of the senior advisers and he's a Essington effing human being ed Sanders likes him is he is friends with Elizabeth Warren what can you do Bernie started opening up lines of attack against ward but he keeps of policy base so bad others the same video god this video which is loaded with stuff he launches into a personal attack on ward and his supporters for wanting a woman to be the democratic nominee even ever policies are worse than centers quote tell me on the doors hello that means people tell me all the doors I guess when they come into an event or something yeah I like Bernie but I really want a woman to win so it's like you're okay with a woman if she has worst policies just because she's a woman because he's got a **** that's what you're going to vote for you to vote for her **** the world is on fire and this is an emergency situation and you're all hung up on **** that's where that stupid we've compiled comment came from from this guy Kyle Derek field operations for Bernie Sanders so yeah as I mentioned yesterday this undercover video emerges you know just just after worn claim that Sanders colder in December two thousand eighteen that he didn't believe that a woman could win the White House and twenty twenty something that popped up last night rather prominently in that CNN debate which did show a lot of favoritism to warrant among the topics that came up was what would happen if Democrats nominated a female candidate I thought a woman could win he disagreed this hobby is this guy Urich I mean sure it was obviously a part of the meeting so last night you remembered that Bernie vehemently denied making the report I mean making the remark to CNN quote and then we had a little breather here it's ludicrous to believe but at the same time meeting Elizabeth ward where you know she told me that she was going to run for president and I would tell her that a woman could win it's ludicrous it's sad that three weeks before the Iowa caucus any year after that private conversation staff who weren't even in the room are lying about what happened what I did say that night was that Donald Trump is a sexist or racist and a liar who would weaponize whatever you could do I believe a women can a woman can win and twenty twenty of course after all Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump by three million votes it two thousand sixty eight but she didn't have the rubber on the road obviously in the electoral college which is where the rubber does meet the road I don't think that's going to happen again by the way I get asked that question all the time we'll Donald Trump with the popular vote and the electoral vote yes in the second go around yes he's gonna win both and all the metrics I pointed out two of them but they're never wrong show him winning in a landslide you know the good stuff all right before we break I'll remind you something you although Australia they continue be devastated by these wildfires and we 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"derek field" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Was lovely Derek a coral so they were very very successful members right but they were obsessed in the room with me Derek. Fake and he does and I said I believe Derek fields and everything. He believes he feels. It's as simple as so Derek Foamy. We moved into a new house bill. We moved into a new house and straight away there was banging banging in West Bengal Lewis boxes being the other one. So we did we got ghost and Derek Foam Yup. She wanted me to be on his radio. Oh you're show roseberry right okay. Rosemary's the name of the Lady House. Because you know if your man you you got teddy bear or not. Everything by mail is just habit. Isn't it your dollars decatur a teddy bear. He's always call my nine. Goes there Basil Komo so wherever Dennis shut up. Whatever Rose Marie so basically yes we have got a noisy goes in our house and the coordinator is cool Rosemary? So calm really. I do believe the spirit people lingo where they were all the time. There's evidence of poltical bit more. Leery assume there must be well. He's only have you ever seen anything he's just noises. She's she's a Rubaina. She's just a monkey trapped in the walls. AH.

"derek field" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Not a better opening theme song to get they truly gets you ready to watch that kind of show nothing in the world. when. I don't. you should tell people they. number three the fresh prince of Bel Air so go. seen the show no problem like so many iconic sitcom beans this tune gives you all the story line info you need. number two friends. no one can do that no one can get that no one can club that fast nobody can get there it runs off by a B. R. this solar beer a bit of like mylar plastic a number of them and get the beer that asteroid it uses satellite the heat the asteroid to the point where portions of it vaporized do they would act like with Betty rocket engines like you'd push an asteroid they would push it that's right we only need to change the course of that asteroid by roughly seven minutes of arrival time nuking it might not be a good idea because then you've created a zillion little particles come flying down on you that's true the other thing is it's called trans for folks who would you blow up a nuclear weapons actual asteroid how much of the energy actually gets deposited into moving the asteroid dot bulge there is a strategy that was developed awhile back where you would take to Duke's the first would be exploded right at the surface to produce a huge cloud of plans would add vaporized material the second would be to exploded shortly afterwards the big that plans will absorb the energy and act as a thrusting agent would you want to know that you had a year left or would you just want to live your days like your Libya I would rather go because perhaps it would change the way we think that the way we act with each other we we need to be considered for you but we can I think would be worse well yes and that's because the worst seems to be Burchard people the tides the panic so all you would be awful awful I mean look what happens with the snow storm in the Midwest when they announced that there's going to be snow people attacked the stores they push they fight or on the day after thanksgiving Black Friday the shopping season it'll five people literally do get out in a store overseas yeah. I'm his son whom you can imagine if they say folks in asteroids coming this way we will all be wiped out it's over. we would hope that the small fraction of people who have huge resources at their disposal would recognize the necessity of pulling everybody together to get something done I want to be on the year Sir Charles I wanna be interviewing you for example and then all of a sudden all we hear is. well answer it I guess there's a number of ways to go out the way be considered honorable but for be going out at all is not a good thing I think that if we could support each other and to deflect the asteroid the things that we've been lured ID that effort would be more than enough to help us big lecture everywhere well I think you have to try there's no doubt about that you can't give up you got to do everything you can as a as a world to to other number of years back I'd be connected with a space island group G. buyers yes did we worked out a couple of things there and one of the things that I worked on was biracial workable injured type of primitive plasma edges the refinements that the plasma engine that I came up with was a tool for using the move their satellites a higher orbit and one of the things that came out of that one was a type of shielding for radiation for spacecraft. this is where you have a large array of solar collectors baking electrical power and that power Roger plans Beijing well as an interesting side effect of that that is if you wrap your power lines into a large solid wood large coil around your crew compartment if you're the power through it you generated a huge bag Derek field that would deflect cosmic ray particles because their charge are adults what's new in the book world for you I haven't been writing much lately I've been so busy doing other jobs it'll preparing for a. gosh it'll be due east of work a lot of movies and I've been doing technical work for systems around here wow is to do a lunch dance. yeah you know what I work or the the what's called wire work the witch systems of fly people out let's talk about that for a little bit when we come back Sir Charles that's fascinating and will take an hour phone calls with Sir Charles Schulz the third next on coast to coast AM never miss a detail of a show or a guest sign up for the coast so email newsletter available for free coast to coast AM dot com. 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"derek field" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You we will take calls next hour with Sir Charles George the third as we're talking about all things space Sir Charles Mars what was it about Mars that caught your attention well you know it's a very earth like played a lot of ways is that it appears to show changes of colored seas and like a lot of people in the past and see you at all things gave us kids that it probably held some sort of life so I mean the very fact that it's the planet next door it it might hold life two things together make you ask a lot of questions for place to explore lots of things to learn that could tell us a lot of things about the earth itself speculate for us panacea picture what do you think Mars looked like several billion years ago well very much like the earth it start out the save it was beta the same solar system for the same materials and had a lot of the same history chemistry that is a terrestrial rocky planet and it had less gravity so its atmosphere leads to where the space very rapidly it cooled off rapidly because of its small size so it's fall Kato's kit replenishes atmosphere so should but what would very much like the primitive earth Oscar the ocean full of early microbes added to the same sort of competition devolution we see here and what happened to the waters today evaporate up or did they sink down well a lot of it would be lost to space but you know just because the lower atmosphere of pressure the solar with it however a lot of it is still the planet right now the whole planet is an ice age at its oceans are still present but there there is glaciers are for. now most of the water than that might have evaporated would they have had a lot of rainy seasons because of that as all these ocean waters are floating off into space well that really would create a rainy season that's just a a drawing a desiccated affected nevertheless there would've been a lot of raid on the planet and we could tell that there had to have been some sort of biological activity for the very fact that the plant is read it's the color of rust so they had to be water oxygen present in a large of the hold just as we had on the earth you know there's a period of the artist recalled the great rustic and during that period microbes are producing oxygen for the first time check the weather in the planet well the fact we see bars covered by the great rustic effects as well tells us that there had to but life there what about the possibility of intelligent life I don't think so at all because the conditions were very harsh for one I see there was never an atmosphere of any great sickness of the last billion years ads so it would have been the oceans everything would have lived in the water it would assure him that was here so if there was ever anything intelligible bars had to come from somewhere else interesting okay and in terms of life what might be the band's sit with the mostly were read live there certainly what about subsidies to the birds of the land but capable I there's one very important factor that can keep most of its life it's ocean's though ozone layer the life on earth did come out of its oceans until there was a thick ozone layer that allowed things to get all that water without be killed. that's a good point that's a good point do you what about your rope what do you think's going on there one of Jupiter's moons now that is one of the most fascinating get barbecue whole solar system here we have a blue that's very small has it'll be five percent of the gravitational force of the earth does it has a shell of ice and should all the inside would you look at that little blue would you see it it's khristich brown color mix of the ice well in a Dallas is that that color looking at spectrum shows that it is precisely the same color as bacteria that's been damaged by radiation. add that Jupiter's back Derek field traps added credible back that he could load of radioactive forces there like our van Allen belts so particles from space and from the sun have created under the beds field of radiation it would basically take you about three feet of lead to shield yourself from the.

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"derek field" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And barbecue whole solar system here we have a blue that's very small has utility be five percent of the gravitational force of the earth does it have a shell of ice into the ocean on the inside would you look at that little mood you see it interesting brown color mix of the ice well that analysis of that color looking at spectrum shows that is precisely the same color as bacteria that's been damaged by radiation. Jupiter's back Derek field traps added credible back did it could load of radioactive forces there like our van Allen belts so particles from space and from the sun have created under the beds field of radiation it would basically take you about three feet of lead to shield yourself from the effects the organisms under the ice it Europa if any exist would be quite comfortable there but it's a very a very likely target for fighting living things that our solar system bright yellow do they held liquid water under there yes there are huge pockets of liquid water basically the same as our oceans and the reason for that is because even though it's very far for the some of the very cold. itself has of its back to the field that also a gravitational field and as these moods orbit the planet there be flexed as needed and he theater the interiors that creates these oceans keep support freesync how deep do you think the ISIS on Europa it appears the ISIS roughly anywhere from one to twenty kilometers based on where you look at it a good average is about ten kilometers thick so call at six miles of ice wow. that's a lot of vice it is a lot of life but fortunately if we wanted to get samples and see what's inside we could go to one of the areas where there's a crack in the ice del that shell of ice is being flexed his like the planet fractures and so with your real that are inside the oceans could lose up through those cracks and freeze on the surface it would be very simple the do over the land of the ice scoop up to the material and start.

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"derek field" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back, George Noory with you along with Bob Burman, as we talk about his latest, work earth shattering, Bob. It is amazing. How many calamities have hit this planet, and we're still here? Yeah. We are versatile here, George I'll let you finish up on your oxygen theory there and talking about. Am I know that was long winded? But that's the whole thing that when we talk about stuff it's easy to talk to say. Well, maybe this happened maybe that happened and this is hard evidence. So so we don't often get into the the proofs of something. So we're trying to figure out how the moon was formed, and whether it was really formed of earth and very briefly earth is made of three types of oxygen. Here we breathe it in. It's an all the rocks. It's an all the sand three types. Call oh, sixteen seventeen eighteen depending upon how many neutrons is in the oxygen. Most of it is sixteen. That's that makes up full really really the lion share. Well, the point is when a meteor lands and its allies the meteorite, we find that it has a different oxygen ratio of its isotopes. And so we now know that the meteorites that came from Mars rocks and start out at Mars have a different ratio of. These three types of oxygen that are honor. And we have samples from the asteroid Vesta, and that has a lower ratio bars has a higher ratio. And so you can always tell when meteorite is from a different part of the solar seven because it's oxygen ratio of its isotopes are like a fingerprint. They they tell you where it's from. Well, here's the point the move once we had moon rocks. We have them both from because they're actually about a dozen meteorites that were blasted off the moon by other things that hit the moon and of the motive hitter. And now we have samples from the surface from Apollo astronauts. And it turns out that the oxygen ratio on the moon is almost exactly the same as the earthly oxygen? If it's different. It's only different by one part in fifty thousand it's virtually the same. So what I'm doing is shooting down my own theory. A. Researchers are unanimous or almost unanimous at the moon happened because earth collided with this other big planet named thea and the moon was made up of stuff from both of our worlds and that works it works by physics. But if that's true, the moon should be made of earthly stuff, but also say stuff, it should have an alien at least at least partially alien ratio of its oxygen isotopes, but it doesn't. Instead, it looks as if it were made of essentially all earthly stuff or very close to her stuff. And so that's a puzzle. What I'm giving. You is not a straight talking answer. But a puzzle. It looks like. Should be made of at least partially Elian stuff. But when you go there, and I'm allies it isn't now. Let's talk about what you believe to be the worst catastrophe that you think hit our planet. Well, I when I talk about catastrophes, I prefer to do the ones that are more recent like the black death in Europe. And and things that have happened even early in our own lifetimes that looked like class real catastrophes. But you can't get away from the the the thing that ended the dinosaurs sixty six million years ago because at the end of the Cretaceous period. Wow. That impact that we got destroyed three quarters of all the life on earth. And and the dinosaurs that have been around for for all that time disappeared, but you asked for the very worst that that that's sort of our favorite because of dinosaurs were big, you know, guys love dinosaurs. We were boys we all did posters of the on the law, at least I did. But the worst of the five fake. Cataclysms that that we call mass extinctions was the one hundred fifty two million years ago. You said the very worst. Well, that was it. We caught the end Permian mass extinction because ninety six percent of the creatures on earth. Died ninety six percent of even the types of things like the lovable little trial bites. So it looks like a little or shoe crabs. So we're everywhere I have some fossils of in living room for people to look at and all of these tribal bites that had lived for hundreds of millions of years. We're now overnight back they were gone. So you gotta give it to the to that event as the very worst right before you came on, Bob. I was talking with special guest about the nuclear power plants in the possibility of danger from them he thinks they should all go away. Do you think that could be in the earth killer, all those power plants? If something happened that George has turned out to be less bad than people. Fear people fear nuclear power, I understand why they do. But the power plant accidents have actually been far gentler than than than anything. If you look it up in a an-and Hananel almanac. Look up the Three Mile Island accident of nineteen seventy nine right outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It's called a disaster. But then when you read about it, you find that there was no property damage. No private property. Nobody was killed not one person was injured. And then you walk away saying in what sense was this cataclysm or a disaster. If nobody was hurt and no private property was Davidge, kill contempt. People have died that they sorry. He'll contend people have died from that. Well, that's no, that's the there's so little radiation from that. There was monitoring that was done by all sorts of agencies. So the next twenty years or so member that happened in seventy nine looking for increased cancers, especially the winds were blowing from the west that night the next day. Day next days. And so the radiation would have gone eastward from Harrisburg. So that whole area has been examined in the cancer rate has not budged since that or the Fukushima disaster. We remember that. Sure. Clearly 'cause I was twenty eleven and according to the UN, I mean, there are different estimates of Weddell eventually happened with cancers, but some of the big organizations the academics to colleges the UN says that nobody nobody was killed and nobody will be killed by that anybody is the worst of the estimations are two hundred people. So I don't know if anything that kills two hundred people could really be called it a disaster Chernobyl in eighty six George that was a different story. But these, hey, this is a Russian Ukrainian plant that didn't even have a containment wall. And it was done by a bunch of guys who decided they were going to run a test that they were not qualify. To run, and they they turned off all the safety equipment on that. Just to see. What would happen? They shut it all off. In fact, they created switch that would you hit the switch. It would create the worst thing that could possibly happen. Cut down all the safeties. Cut down the the generators that could have supplied emergency power turned off all the water flow. And they they do the worst thing they possibly could have deliberately so and they had a plant that couldn't contain the disaster once it happened. So I don't think you can count Trudeau turnover was a real nuclear power five. Sure. I mean, they've probably ten thousand people died or will die of cancer, maybe more alternately. But I don't know if we can even count that one. Now, let's talk about what you think could be the greatest danger facing the planet, and I was in and give us some possible dates. Well, there's two separate things. George one of the ones that people are going to regard as upcoming catastrophes based on the ones that have happened in the past because one thing that earth does is it looks at the at the the ones that we feared. But that didn't happen like in nineteen ten when earth went through the tail of Halley's comet and comma tells were recently before that found the have side cyanide in the form of Siam. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So so people thought this was really going to be the end of the world. And there was a lot of that and other worlds fever people were buying comet pills. To try to keep protect them from the cyanide and people hit that night will Halley's comet was coming a lot of people partied that night. Actually. I don't know. What you and I would do George would we party? Or would we hide? I'm not sure I'd hide. Right. But I'm not sure I'd party either. I'd probably just be on the air Bob until it happened. With you. We'd wait for it. Hey, that's great. Great. I love that. Hey, nobody. I'd rather spend the Armageddon with that's the way speaking of Armageddon are there signs of other armageddon's? Oh, I don't see. I mean, some people see that with the polls doing unusual things and one of the one of the fears. You know, we were talking about what are the fears that people fear, and what are the realistic things and those are two different stories. They're both interesting stories, but one of the big fears are pose flipping, and because if it happens happens typically three times every million years that the North Pole becomes the south south pole becomes the north and the inbetween we lose having a magnetic pole. And it was thought turns out to be wrong that we'd have no magnetic field for a while. So no protection from incoming cosmic radiation in the form of. Cosmic rays, and such and there have been signs of the polls acting weirdly lately, like where the north magnetic pole is located its position has been changing very rapidly typically for centuries, it's moved by five miles a year, but the last decade or so it's been moving thirty five miles a year. So it's very rapid north keeps going it's gonna go right across the Arctic Ocean and down the other side into Russia. We don't want them to have the the North Pole now. No. But that's the way it looks like it's moving and also the whole the magnetic field earth has gotten almost ten percent weaker since the year eighteen fifty so could all of these be the signs that whole reversal is starting to happen. But no, no, no, this is not something. We actually have to fear first of all takes typically at least a hundred. Usually a thousand years for the poster of our so it's not not gonna happen while you, and I are having a coffee and donuts. This is gonna take a between one and ten centuries to happen. And Secondly, yeah, the polls are moving rapidly. And yes, or it's Bank. Derek field has gotten weaker the last century. But how do we know that? That's not what happens all the time. Maybe the polls keep moving historically, and maybe strength or fields always gets weaker than stronger for a century weaker for another century. How do we know that we're witnessing anything unusual? But then the final reason we don't we don't have to worry about it is that when we look at the dates when polls have flips like the most recently was seven hundred eighty thousand years ago. They don't match up with times of mass extinctions you, and I were talking about the good thing is that that that seventy five percent or more of the creatures on earth. Just went extinct that doesn't happen when pulse flip they just don't match up. So it can't be too bad for us towards the end of your book..

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"derek field" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. All Quebec, George Noory with you along with Bob Burman, as we talk about his latest, work earth shattering, Bob. It is amazing. How many calamities have hit this planet, and we're still here? Yeah. We are. We're still here George how much you finish up on your oxygen theory there and talking about your. And I know that was long winded. But that's the whole thing that when we talk about stuff, it's easy to talk to say, well, maybe this happened maybe that happened and this is hard evidence. So so we don't often get into the the proofs of something. So we're trying to figure out how the moon was formed, and whether it was really formed of earth and very briefly earth is made of three types of oxygen. Here. We read it in its in all the rocks. It's an all the sand three types colo- sixteen seventeen eighteen depending upon how many neutrons is in the most of it is sixteen. That's what makes up really really the lion's share. While the point is when a meteor lands and its allies meteorite, we find that it has a different oxygen ratio of its isotopes. And so we now know that the meteorites came from Mars rocks. It started out on Mars have a different ratio of these three types of oxygen that are honor. And we have samples from the asteroid Vesta and that has. Lower ratio bars is a higher ratio. And so you can always tell when meteorites from a different part of the solar seven because it's oxygen ratio of its isotopes are like a fingerprint. They tell you where it's from. Well, here's the point the moon once we had moon rocks. And we have them both from because they're actually about a dozen meteorites that were blasted off the moon by other things that hit the moon hitter. And now we have samples from the surface from Apollo astronauts. And it turns out that the oxygen ratio on the moon is almost exactly the same as the earthly oxygen? If it's different in so many different by one part in fifty thousand it's virtually the same. So what I'm doing shooting down my own theory. Researchers are unanimous or almost unanimous at the moon happened because earth collided with this other planet named thea and the moon was made up of stuff from both of our worlds and that works. It works physics. But if that's true, the moon should be made of earthly stuff, but also stuff it should have an alien at least partially alien ratio of its oxygen isotopes, but it doesn't. Instead, it looks as if it were made of essentially all earthly stuff or very close to her. And so that's a puzzle. What I'm giving. You is not a straight talking answer. But a puzzle. It looks like should be made at least partially alien stuff. But when you go there analyze it isn't now, let's talk about what you believe to be the worst catastrophe that you think hit our planet. Well, I when I talk about catastrophes, I prefer to do the ones that are more recent like the black death in Europe. And and things that have happened even early in our own lifetime. Is it looked like class real catastrophes? But you can't get away from the. The the thing that ended the dinosaurs sixty six million years ago because at the end of the Cretaceous period. Wow. That impact that we got destroyed three quarters of all the life on earth. And and the dinosaurs that have been around for for all that time disappeared, but you ask for the very worst that that that's sort of our favorite because of dinosaurs were big, you know, guys loved when we were boys. We all did posters of the month on the law, at least I did. But the worst of the five big cataclysms that that we call mass extinctions was the one hundred fifty two million years ago. You said the very worst. Well, that was it. We called the end Permian mass extinction because ninety six percent of the creatures on earth. Died ninety six percent of even the types of things like the lovable little trailer bites little. Horseshoe crabs. So we're everywhere I have some fossils of Evan living room for people to look at and all these trial bites that had lived for hundreds of millions of years. We're now overnight practically they were gone. So you gotta give it to that to that event as the very worst right before you came on Bob, I was talking with special guest about the nuclear power plants in the possibility of danger from them he thinks I should all go away. You think that could be the earth killer all those power plants. Have something happen that George has turned out to be less bad than people. Fear people fear nuclear power, and I understand why they do, but the power plant accidents have actually been far gentler than than than anything. If you look it up in a in an almanac. Look up the Three Mile Island accident of nineteen seventy nine right outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It's called a disaster. But then when you read about it, you find that there was no property damage. No private property. Nobody was killed. Not one person was injured. And then you walk away saying in what sense was this cataclysm or a disaster. If nobody was hurt and no private property was Davidge. Ten people have died that they contend people have died from. Well, that's no, that's so little radiation from that. There was a monitoring that was done by all sorts of agencies for the next twenty years or so remember that happened in seventy nine looking for increased cancer, especially the winds were blowing from the west that night the next day the next days, and so the radiation would have gone eastward from Harrisburg. So that whole areas been examined in the cancer rate has not budged since that or the Fukushima disaster. We remember that sure because I was twenty eleven and according to the UN, I mean, there are different estimates of well, eventually happened with cancers, but some of the big organizations the academics to colleges the UN says nobody nobody was killed and nobody will be killed by that. And if anybody is the worst of the estimations are two hundred people, so I don't know if anything that kills two hundred people could really be called. A disaster Chernobyl in eighty six George thousand different story. But these, hey, this is a Russian Ukrainian plant that didn't even have a containment wall. And it was done by a bunch of guys who decided they were going to run a test that they were not qualified to run, and they turned off all the safety equipment on that. Just to see. What would happen? They shut it all off. In fact, they created a switch that would you hit the switch. It would create the worst thing that could possibly happen. Cut down all the safeties. Cut down the the the generators supplied emergency power turned off all the water flow. And they do the worst thing they possibly could have deliberately so avenue had a plant that couldn't contain the disaster once happened. So I don't think he can count Trudeau turnover was a real nuclear power plants that way sure I mean, probably ten thousand people died or will die of cancer, maybe more ultimately. But I don't know if we can even count that one. Now, let's talk about what you think could be. The greatest danger facing the planet, and I was in give us some possible dates. Well, there's two separate things, George what are the ones that people are going to regard as upcoming catastrophes based on the ones that have happened in the past because one thing that earth does is it looks at the at the the ones that we feared that didn't happen like in nineteen ten when ours went through detail of Halley's comet and tells were recently before that have finite of it in the form of Samuela. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So so people thought this was really going to be the end of the world. And there's a lot of the end of the world's fever people were buying comet pills to try to keep protect them from the cyanide and people hit that night. Wouldn't how his communist coming people partied that night? Actually, I don't know. What you and I would do George would we party? Or would we hide? I'm not sure I'd hide. Right. But I'm not sure I'd party either. I'd probably just be on the air Bob until it happened. With you. We'd wait for. Hey. That's great grand love that. Hey, nobody. I'd rather spend the Armageddon with that's that's the way speaking of Armageddon. Are there signs of other armageddon's? Oh, I don't see. I mean, some people see that with the polls doing unusual things one of the one of the fears. You know, we were talking about what are the fears that people fear, what are the realistic things and those are two different stories. They're both interesting stories, but one of the big fears are pose flipping, and because if it happens happens typically three times every million years that the North Pole becomes the south to south pole becomes the north and inbetween we lose having a magnetic pole. And it was thought it turns out to be wrong that we'd had no magnetic field for a while. So no protection from incoming cosmic radiation in the form of. Cosmic rays of such an and there have been signs of the polls acting weirdly lately like where the north magnetic pole is located its position has been changing very rapidly typically for centuries, it's moved by five miles a year. But the last decade or so it's been moving thirty five miles a year. So it's very rapidly. North keeps going it's gonna go right across the Arctic Ocean and down the other side into Russia. We don't want them to have the the North Pole now. No. But that's the way it looks like it's moving and also the whole magnetic field earth has gotten almost ten percent weaker since the year eighteen fifty so all of these be the signs that whole reversal is starting to happen. But no, no, no, this is not something. We actually have to fear first of all takes typically at least one hundred and usually a thousand years for the poster of our so it's not not going to happen while you, and I are having a coffee and donuts. This is gonna take between one and ten centuries to happen. And Secondly, yeah, the polls are moving rapidly. And yes, sir. Thank Derek field has gotten weaker the last century. But how do we know that? That's not what happens all the time. Maybe the polls keep moving historically as maybe strength. I feel always gets weaker than. Stronger for century weaker for another century. How do we know that we're witnessing anything unusual? But then the final reason we don't we don't have to worry about it is that when we look at the dates when polls have flips like most recently was seven hundred eighty thousand years ago. They don't match up with times of mass extinctions you and I were talking about that that seventy five percent or more of the creatures on earth. Just went extinct that doesn't happen when pulse flip they just don't match up. So it can't be too bad for us towards the end of your book. You seem pretty optimistic about things. That's a good thing. Well, maybe I was in a better mood. But we're done writing the book. Yeah. That's the part. That is the things that I used to fear a lot like that. We are in the midst of a sixth mass extinction because it really looks that way. I mean, I think you'll admit that in the last twenty years if you've read some this the literature about how we run out of food on the planet because of population explosion back in the seventies. They said that by the year two thousand or its population would double to to about seven almost seven million seven billion billion and that with that kind of super population..

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"derek field" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:19 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back, George Noory with you along with Bob Burman, as we talk about his latest, work earth shattering, Bob. It is amazing. How many calamities have hit this planet, and we're still here? Yeah. We are. We're still here, George I'll let you finish up on your oxygen theory there and talking about. Am I know that was long winded? But that's the whole thing that when we talk about stuff it's easy to talk. It's easy to say. Well, maybe this happened maybe that happened and this is hard evidence. So so we don't often get into the the proofs of something. So we're trying to figure out how the moon was formed, and whether it was really formed of earth and very briefly earth is made of three types of oxygen. Here we breathe it in. It's an all the rocks and all the sand three types Colo sixteen seventeen eighteen depending upon how many neutrons is in the oxygen. Most of it is I was sixteen. That's that makes up really really the lion's share. Well, the point is when a meteor Atlanta's and its allies, the meteorite, we find that it has a different oxygen ratio of its isotopes. And so we now know that the meteorites came from Mars rocks. It started out on Mars have a different ratio of. These three types of oxygen that are on earth, and we have samples from the asteroid Vesta, and that has a lower ratio bars has a higher ratio. And so you always tell winning meteorite is from a different part of the solar system because it's oxygen ratio of its isotopes are like a fingerprint. They tell you where it's from. Well, here's the point the moon. Once we had moon rocks. We have them both from because they're actually about a dozen meteorites that were blasted off the moon by other things that hit the Mon and piece of the motive hit earth. And now we have samples from the surface from Apollo astronauts. And it turns out that the oxygen ratio on the moon is almost exactly the same as the earthly oxygen? If it's different. It's only different by one part in fifty thousand it's virtually the same. So what I'm doing is shooting down my own theory. A. Researchers are unanimous or almost unanimous that the moon happened because earth collided with this other big planet named thea and the moon was made up of stuff from both of our worlds and that works it works by physics. But if that's true, the moon should be made of earthly stuff, but also say stuff, it should have an alien at least at least partially alien ratio of its oxygen isotopes, but it doesn't. Instead, it looks as if it were made of essentially all earthly stuff or very close to her stuff. And so that's a puzzle. What I'm giving. You is not a straight talking answer. But a puzzle. It looks like should be made of at least partially alien stuff. But when you go there, and I'm allies it isn't now. Let's talk about what you believe to be the worst catastrophe that you think. Hit our planet. Well, I when I talk about catastrophes, I prefer to do the ones that are more recent like the black death in Europe. And and things that have happened even early in our own lifetime that looked like class real catastrophes. But you can't get away from the. The the thing that ended the dinosaurs sixty six million years ago because at the end of the Cretaceous period. Wow. That impact that we got destroyed three quarters of all the life on earth. And and the dinosaurs that have been around for for all that time disappeared, but you asked for the very worst that that that's sort of our favorite because of dinosaurs were big, you know, guys loved dinosaurs. When we were boys we all did posters of the month on the wall east. I did. But the worst of the five big cataclysms that that we call mass extinctions was the one hundred fifty two million years ago. You said the very worst. Well, that was it. We caught the end Permian mass extinction because ninety six percent of the creatures on earth. Died ninety six percent of even the types of things like the lovable little trial bites. So it looks like a little or shoe crabs. So we're everywhere I have some fossils of living room for people to look at and all of these tribal bites that had lived for hundreds of millions of years. We're now overnight back. They were God. So you gotta give it to that to that event as the very worst right before you came on Bob, I was talking with special guest about the nuclear power plants in the possibility of danger from them he thinks they should all go away. Do you think that could be the earth killer all those power plants? Have something happen that George has turned out to be less bad than people. Fear people fear nuclear power, and I understand why they do, but the power plant accidents have actually been uh far gentler than than than anything. If you look it up in a an-and almanac. Look up the Three Mile Island accident of nineteen seventy nine right outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It's called a disaster. But then when you read about it, you find that there was no property damage. No private property. Nobody was killed not one person was injured. And then you walk away saying in what sense was this cataclysm or a disaster. If nobody was hurt and no private property was Davidge, kill contempt. People have died that they sorry. He'll contend people have died from that. Well, that's no, that's sooner little radiation from that. There was monitoring that was done by all sorts of agencies. So the next twenty years or so member that happened in seventy nine looking for increased cancers, especially the winds were blowing from the west that night the next. Day next days. And so the radiation would have gone eastward from Harrisburg. So that whole areas been examined in the cancer rate has not budged since that or the Fukushima disaster. We remember that. Sure, clearly because I was twenty eleven and according to the UN, I mean, there are different estimates of what will eventually happen with cancers. But some of the big organizations the academics colleges the UN says that nobody nobody was killed. Nobody will be killed by that anybody is the worst of the estimations are two hundred people. So I don't know if anything that kills two hundred people could really be called it a disaster noble in eighty six George that was a different story. But these, hey, this is a Russian Ukrainian plant that didn't even have a containment wall. And it was done by a bunch of guys who decided they were going to run the test that they were not qualify. To run, and they they turned off all the safety equipment on that. Just to see. What would happen? They shut it all off. In fact, they created a switch that would you hit the switch. It would create the worst thing that could possibly happen. Cut down all the safeties. Cut down the the the generators that could have supplied emergency power turned off all the water flow. And they they do the worst thing they possibly could have deliberately so and they had a plant that couldn't contain the disaster once it happened. So I don't think you can count Trudeau turnover was a real do clear powerplants. Sure. I mean, they've probably ten thousand people died or will die of cancer, maybe more ultimately. But I don't know if we can even count that. Now, let's talk about what you think could be the greatest danger facing the planet. And I was in and give us some possible dates. Well, there's two separate things shortage one of the ones that people are going to regard as upcoming catastrophes based on the ones that have happened in the past because one thing that shattering does is it looks at the at the the ones that we feared. But that didn't happen like in nineteen ten when earth went through the tail of Halley's comet and comma tells were recently before that found the have side cyanide in the form of Samuela. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So so people thought this was really going to be the end of the world. And there was a lot of that and other worlds fever people were buying comet pills. To try to keep protective from the cyanide and people hit that night wouldn't Halley's comet was coming. Although a lot of people partied that night. Actually, I don't know. What you and I would do George would we party? Or would we hide? I'm not sure I'd hide. Right. But I'm not sure I'd party either. I'd probably just be on the air Bob until it happened. With you. We'd wait for it. Hey, that's great. Great. I love that. Hey, nobody. I'd rather spend the Armageddon with that's that's the way speaking of Armageddon. Are there signs of other armageddon's? Oh, I don't see. I mean, some people see that with the polls doing unusual things and one of the one of the fears. You know, we were talking about what are the fears that people fear, and what are the realistic things and those are two different stories. They're both interesting stories, but one of the big fears are pose flipping, and because if it happens happens typically three times every million years that the North Pole becomes the south south pole becomes the north and inbetween we lose having a magnetic pole thought turns out to be wrong that we'd have no magnetic field for a while. So no protection from incoming cosmic radiation in the form of. Cosmic rays, and such an and there have been signs of the polls acting weirdly lately, like where the north magnetic pole is located its position has been changing very rapidly typically for centuries, it's moved by five miles a year, but the last decade or so it's been moving thirty five miles a year. So it's very rapid north keeps going it's gonna go right across the Arctic Ocean and down the other side into Russia. We don't want them to have the the North Pole now. No. But that's the way it looks like it's moving and also the whole magnetic field earth has gotten almost ten percent weaker since the year eighteen fifty so could all of these be the signs that whole reversal is starting to happen. But no, no, no, this is not something. We actually have to fear first of all takes typically at least a hundred. And usually a thousand years for the poster averse, so it's not not going gonna happen while you, and I are having a coffee and donuts. This is gonna take a between one and ten centuries to happen. And Secondly, yeah, the polls are moving rapidly. And yes, or it's thank Derek field has gotten weaker the last century. But how do we know that? That's not what happens all the time. Maybe the polls keep moving historically, and maybe strength or fields always gets weaker than stronger for a century weaker for another century. How do we know that we're witnessing anything unusual? But then the final reason we don't we don't have to worry about it is that when we look at the dates when polls have flips like the most recently was seven hundred eighty thousand years ago. They don't match up with times of mass extinctions you and I were talking about the high miss that that that seventy five percent or more of the creatures on earth. Just when extinct that doesn't happen when pulse slip. They just don't match up. So it can't be too bad for us towards the end of your book. You seem pretty optimistic about things. That's a good thing. Well, good. I'm glad what's maybe I was in a better mood. But you were done writing the book. Yeah. That's what part of it is the things that I used to fear a lot like that. We are in the midst of a sixth mass extinction because it really look that way. I mean, I think you'll admit that in the last twenty years if you've read some this the literature about how he'd run out of food on the planet because of population explosion back in the seventies. They said that by the year two thousand earth's population would double to to about seven almost seven million seven billion billion and that with that kind of super population. Nobody could be fed. And so we had major predictions that India certainly would undergo survey Shen in one major popular book. They predicted England would cease to exist after the mid nineteen nineties and at the same time, we'd run out of oil. Remember, the concept of peak oil. Oh, yeah. Which I never was a proponent of. I've I've always believed that this planet has oil naturally..

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"derek field" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"E X. Welcome back, George Noory with you along with Bob Burma, as we talk about his latest, work earth shattering, Bob. It is amazing. How many calamities have hit this planet, and we're still here? Yeah. We are. We're still here George finish up on your oxygen theory there and what? And I know that was long winded. But that's the whole thing that when we talk about stuff it's easy to talk. It's easy to say. Well, maybe this happened maybe that happened and this is hard evidence. So so we don't often get into the the proofs of something. So we're trying to figure out how the moon was formed, and whether it was really formed of earth and very briefly earth is made of three types of oxygen. Here we breathe it in. It's an all the rocks and all the sand three types Colo sixteen seventeen eighteen depending upon how many neutrons is in the oxygen. Most of it is sixteen. That's makes really really the lion's share. Well, the point is when a meteor Atlanta's and its allies, the meteorite, we find that it has a different oxygen ratio of its isotopes. And so we now know that the meteorites came from Mars rocks. Started out on Mars have a different ratio. Of these three types of oxygen that are on earth, and we have samples from the asteroid Vesta, and that has a lower ratio bars has a higher ratio. And so you can always tell when meteorite is from a different part of the solar system because it's oxygen ratio of its isotopes are like a fingerprint. They tell you where it's from. Well, here's the point the moon. Once we had moon rocks. We have them both from because they're actually about a dozen meteorites that were blasted off the moon by other things that hit the moon and the motive hitter. And now we have samples from the surface from Apollo astronauts. And it turns out that the oxygen ratio on the moon is almost exactly the same as the earthly oxygen? If it's different. It's only different by one part in fifty thousand it's virtually the same. So what I'm doing is shooting down my own theory. A researchers are unanimous or almost unanimous at the moon happened because earth collided with this other big planet named thea and the moon was made up of stuff from both of our worlds and that works it works by physics. But if that's true, the moon should be made of earthly stuff, but also say stuff, it should have an alien, at least at least a partially alien ratio of its oxygen isotopes, but it doesn't. Instead, it looks as if it were made of essentially all earthly stuff or very close to earth. And so that's a puzzle. What I'm giving. You is not a straight talking answer, but puzzle it looks like. Should be made of at least partially Elian stuff. But when you go there, and I'm allies it isn't now. Let's talk about what you believe to be the worst catastrophe that you think hit our planet. Well, I. When I talk about catastrophes. I prefer to do the ones that are more recent like the black death in Europe. And and things that have happened even early in our own lifetime that looked like class real catastrophes. But you can't get away from the the the thing that ended the dinosaurs sixty six million years ago because at the end of the Cretaceous period. Wow. That impact that we got destroyed three quarters of all the life on earth. And and the dinosaurs that have been around for for all that time disappeared, but you ask for the very worst that that that's sort of our favorite because of dinosaurs were big, you know, guys loved dinosaurs. When we were boys we all did posters of the month on the law, at least I did. But the worst of the five big cataclysms that that we call massacre. Sanctions was the one hundred fifty two million years ago. You said the very worst. Well, that was it. We mount caught the end Permian mass extinction because ninety six percent of the creatures on earth. Died ninety six percent of even the types of things like the lovable little trial of bites like little horseshoe crabs. So we're everywhere I have some fossils of in living room for people look at and all of these tribal by said had lived for hundreds of millions of years. We're now overnight practically they were gone. So you gotta give it to that to that event as the very worst right before you came on Bob, I was talking with special guest about the nuclear power plants in the possibility of danger from them he thinks they should all go away. Do you think that could be the earth killer, all those power plants have something happen? That George has turned out to be less bad than people. Fear people fear nuclear power, and I understand why they do, but the power plant accidents have actually been far chancellor than than than anything. If you look it up in a in an almanac. Look up the Three Mile Island accident of nineteen seventy nine right outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It's called a disaster. But then when you read about it, you find that there was no property damage. No private property. Nobody was killed not one person was injured. And then you walk away saying in what sense was this cataclysm or a disaster. If nobody was hurt and no private property was Davidge kill contend people have died that he'll contend people have died. From that. Well, that's no, that's there's so little radiation from that. There was a monitoring that was done by all sorts of agencies. So the next twenty years or so remember that happened in seventy nine looking for increased cancers, especially the winds were blowing from the west that night and the next day the next days, and so the radiation would have gone eastward from Harrisburg. So that whole areas been examined in the cancer rate has not budged since that or the Fukushima disaster. We remember that. Sure. Clearly 'cause I was twenty eleven and according to the UN, I mean, there are different estimates of what will eventually happen with cancers. But some of the big organizations the academics to colleges the UN says nobody nobody was killed and nobody will be killed by that anybody is the worst of the estimations are two hundred people. So I don't know if anything that. Kills two hundred people could really be called it a disaster turn noble in eighty six George that was a different story. But these, hey, this is a Russian Ukrainian plant. They didn't even have a containment wall. And it was done by a bunch of guys who decided they were going to run a test that they were not qualified to run. And they they turned off all the safety equipment on that. Just to see. What would happen? They shut it all off. In fact, they created a switch that would you hit the switch. It would create the worst thing that could possibly happen. Cut down all the safeties. Cut down. The the the generators have supplied emergency power turned off all the water flow. And they they did the worst thing they possibly could have deliberately so and they had a plant that couldn't contain the disaster once it happened. So I don't think you can count Trudeau turnover was a real nuclear power plants. Sure. I mean, they've probably ten thousand people died or will die of cancer, maybe more ultimately. But I don't know if we can even count that one. Now, let's talk about what you think could be the greatest danger facing the planet, and I was in and give us some possible dates. Well, there's two separate things. George one of the ones that people are going to regard as upcoming catastrophes based on the ones that have happened in the past because one thing that shattering does is it looks at the at the the ones that we feared. But that didn't happen like in nineteen ten when earth went through the tail of Halley's comet and comma tells were recently before that found the have cyanide in it in the form of Siam. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So so people thought this was really going to be the end of the world. And there was a lot of that and other worlds fever people were buying comet pills. To try to keep protect them from the cyanide and people hit that night will Halley's comet was coming a lot of people partied that night. Actually. I don't know. What you and I would do George would we party? Or would we hide? I'm not sure I'd hide. Right. But I'm not sure I'd party either. I'd probably just be on the air Bob until it happened. With you. We'd wait for. Hey. That's great. Great. I'd love that. Hey, nobody. I'd rather spend the Armageddon with that's that's the way speaking of Armageddon. Are there signs of other armageddon's? Oh, I don't see. I mean, some people see that with the polls doing unusual things. And one of the one of the theories, you know, we were talking about what are the fears that people fear, and what are the realistic things and those are two different stories. They're both interesting stories, but one of the big fears are pose flipping, and because if it happens happens typically three times every million years that the North Pole becomes the south to south pole becomes the north and the inbetween we lose having a magnetic pole. And it was thought turns out to be wrong that we'd have no magnetic field for a while. So no protection from incoming cosmic radiation in the form of. Cosmic rays of such an and there have been signs of the polls acting weirdly lately, like where the north magnetic pole is located its position has been changing very rapidly typically for centuries, it's moved by five miles a year, but the last decade or so it's been moving thirty five miles a year. So it's very rapid north keeps going it's gonna go right across the Arctic Ocean and down the other side into Russia. We don't want them to have the North Pole now. No. But that's the way it looks like it's moving and also the whole magnetic field earth has gotten almost ten percent weaker since the year eighteen fifty so could all of these be the signs that whole reversal is starting to happen. But no, no, no, this is not something. We actually have to fear. First of all it takes typically at least a hundred. Usually a thousand years for the poster averse. Oh, it's not it's not gonna happen while you, and I are having a coffee and donuts. This is gonna take a between one and ten centuries to happen. And Secondly, yeah, the polls are moving rapidly. And yes, sir. Thank Derek field has gotten weaker the last century. But how do we know that? That's not what happens all the time. Maybe the polls keep moving, historically, and maybe strength. I feel always gets weaker than stronger for a century weaker for another century. How do we know that we're witnessing anything unusual? But then the final reason we don't we don't have to worry about it is that when we look at the dates when polls flips like, the most recently was seven hundred eighty thousand years ago, they don't match up with times of mass extinctions you and I were talking about the high that that that seventy. Five percent or more of the creatures on earth. Just went extinct that doesn't happen when pulse flip they just don't match up. So it can't be too bad for us towards the end of your book. You seem pretty optimistic about things. That's a good thing. Well, good. I'm glad maybe I was in a better mood. But you were done writing the book. Yeah. That's what part of it is the things that I used to feel a lot like that. We are in the midst of a sixth mass extinction because it really look that way. I mean, I think you'll admit that in the last twenty years if you've read some of this the literature about how we run out of food on the planet because of population explosion back in the seventies. They said that by the year two thousand earth's population would double to to about seven almost seven million seven billion billion and that with that kind of super population. Nobody could be fed. And so we had major predictions that India certainly would undergo survey in one major popular book..

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"derek field" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on 600 WREC

"All come back. George Noory with you along with Bob Burman, as we talk about his latest, work earth shattering, Bob. It is amazing. How many calamities have hit this planet, and we're still here? Yeah. We are. We're still here, George I'll let you finish up on your oxygen theory there and. What am I know that was long winded? But that's the whole thing when we talk about stuff it's easy to talk. It's easy to say. Well, maybe this happened maybe that happened and this is hard evidence. So so we don't often get into the the proofs of something. So we're trying to figure out how the moon was formed, and whether it was really formed of earth and very briefly earth is made of three types of oxygen. Here we breathe it in its in all the rocks. It's all the sand three types. Call those sixteen seventeen or eighteen depending upon how many neutrons is in the oxygen. Most of it is sixteen that's makes up really really the lion's share. Well, the point is when a meteor Atlanta's and its allies, the meteorite, we find that it has a different oxygen ratio of its isotopes. And so we now know that the meteorites came from Mars rocks. Started out on Mars have a different ratio. Oh of these three types of oxygen that are on earth, and we have samples from the asteroid Vesta, and that has a lower ratio bars is a higher ratio. And so you can always tell when meteorite is from a different part of the solar system because it's oxygen ratio of its isotopes are like a fingerprint. They tell you where it's from. Well, here's the point the moon. Once we had moon rocks. We have them both from because they're actually about a dozen meteorites that were blasted off the moon by other things that hit the moon the moon hitter. And now we have samples from the surface from Apollo astronauts. And it turns out that the oxygen ratio on the moon is almost exactly the same as the earthly oxygen? If it's different. It's only different by one part in fifty thousand it's virtually the same. So what I'm doing is shooting down my own theory. Researchers are unanimous or almost unanimous of the moon happened because earth collided with this other big planet named thea and the moon was made up of stuff from both of our worlds and that works it works by physics. But if that's true, the moon's should be made of earthly stuff, but also say stuff, it should have an alien, at least at least partially aliens ratio of its oxygen. I'll say stuff, it should have an alien at least at least a partially aliens ratio of its oxygen isotopes, but it doesn't. Instead, it looks as if it were made of essentially all earthly stuff or very close to a stuff. And so that's a puzzle. What I'm giving. You is not a straight talking answer, but puzzle it looks like. Should be made of at least partially Elian stuff. But when you go there, and I'm allies it isn't now. Let's talk about what you believe to be the worst catastrophe that you think hit our planet. Well, I. When I talk about catastrophes. I prefer to do the ones that are more recent like the black death in Europe. And and things that have happened even early in our own lifetimes that looked like collapse real catastrophes. But you can't get away from the the the thing that ended the dinosaurs sixty six million years ago because at the end of the Cretaceous periods. Wow. That impact that we got destroyed three quarters of all the life on earth. And and the dinosaurs that have been around for for all that time disappeared, but you ask for the very worst that that that's sort of our favorite because of dinosaurs were big, you know, guys love dinosaurs. We all did posters of the month on the law, at least I did. But the worst of the five big cataclysms that that we call massacre. Sanctions was the one two hundred fifty two million years ago. You said the very worst. Well, that was it. We call it the end Permian mass extinction because ninety six percent of the creatures on earth. Died ninety six percent of even the types of things like the lovable little trial bites. Look like little horseshoe crabs. So we're everywhere I have some fossils of in living room for people to look at and all of these trial bites that had live for hundreds of millions of years. We're now overnight practically they were gone. So you gotta give it to the to that event as the very worst right before you came on Bob, I was talking with special guest about nuclear power plants in the possibility of danger from them he thinks I should all go away. Do you think that could be the earth killer all those power plants? Have something happen that George has turned out to be less bad than people. Fear people fear nuclear power, and I understand why they do, but the power plant accidents have actually been far chancellor than than than anything. If you look it up in a an-and almanac. Look up the Three Mile Island accident of nineteen seventy nine right outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It's called a disaster. But then when you read about it, you find that there was no property damage. No private property. Nobody was killed not one person was injured. And then you walk away saying in what sense was this cataclysm or a disaster. If nobody was hurt and no private property was Davidge kill content. People have died that they've he'll contend people have died from that. Well, that's no, that's there's so little radiation from that. There was a monitoring that was done by all sorts of agencies. So the next twenty years or so member that happened in seventy nine looking for increased cancers, especially the winds were blowing from the west that night the next day. The next days. And so the radiation would have gone eastward from Harrisburg. So that whole areas getting Tamminen the cancer rate has not budged since that or the Fukushima disaster. We remember that. Sure, clearly because I was twenty eleven and according to the UN, I mean, there are different estimates of what will eventually happen with cancers. But some of the big organizations the academics to colleges the UN says that nobody nobody was killed, and nobody will be killed by that anybody is the worst of the estimations are two hundred people. So I don't know if anything that kills two hundred people could really be called it a disaster Chernobyl in eighty six George that was a different story. But these, hey, this is a Russian Ukrainian plant that didn't even have a containment wall. And it was done by a bunch of guys who decided they were going to run a test that they were not qualified. Guide to run, and they they turned off all the safety equipment on that. Just to see. What would happen? They shut it all off. In fact, they created a switch that would you hit the switch. It would create the worst thing that could possibly happen. Cut down all the safeties. Cut down the the the generators that could have supplied emergency power turned off all the water flow. And they they do the worst thing they possibly could have deliberately so and they had a plant that couldn't contain the disaster. What's it happened? So I don't think you can count Trudeau Chernobyl was a real nuclear power plants that was huge. I mean, probably ten thousand people died or will die of cancer, maybe more ultimately. But I don't know if we can even count that one. Now, let's talk about what you think could be the greatest danger facing the planet, and I was in and give us some possible dates. Well, there's two separate things, George what are the ones that people are going to regard as upcoming catastrophes based on the ones that have happened in the past because one thing that shattering does is it looks at the at the the ones that we feared. But that didn't happen like in nineteen ten when ours went through the tail of Halley's comet comic tells were recently before that found the have side cyanide it in the form of San okay? Yeah. Yeah. So so people thought this was really going to be the end of the world. And there was a lot of end of the world's fever people were buying comet pills. To try to protect them from the cyanide and people hit that night wouldn't Halley's. Comet was coming a lot of people partied that night. Actually. I don't know. What you and I would do George would we party? Or would we hide? I'm not sure I'd hide. Right. But I'm not sure I'd party either. I'd probably just be on the air Bob until it happened. With you. We'd wait for it. Hey, that's great. Great. I love that. Hey, nobody. I'd rather spend the Armageddon with that's that's the way speaking of Armageddon. Are there signs of other armageddon's? Oh, I don't see. I mean, some people see that with the polls doing unusual things. And one of the one of the theories, you know, we were talking about what are the fears that people fear, and what are the realistic things and those are two different stories. They're both interesting stories, but one of the big fears are pose flipping, and because if it happens happens typically three times every million years that North Pole becomes the south to south pole becomes the north and inbetween we lose having a magnetic pole. And it was thought turns out to be wrong that we'd have no magnetic field for a while. So no protection from incoming cosmic radiation in the form of. Cosmic rays, and such an and there have been signs of the polls acting weirdly lately, like where the north magnetic pole is located its position has been changing very rapidly typically for centuries, it's moved by five miles a year, but the last decade or so it's been moving thirty five miles a year. So it's very very north keeps going it's going to go right across the Arctic Ocean and down the other side into Russia. We don't want them to have the the North Pole now. No. But that's the way it looks like it's moving and also the whole magnetic field earth has gotten almost ten percent weaker since the year eighteen fifty so could all of these signs that whole reversal is starting to happen. But no, no, no, this is not something. We actually have to fear first of all takes typically at least a hundred. Nearly thousand years for the poster reverse, so it's not it's not gonna happen while you, and I are having a copy and donuts is this is gonna take a between one and ten centuries to happen. And Secondly, yeah, the polls are moving rapidly. And yes, or it's thank Derek field has gotten weaker the last century. But how do we know that? That's not what happens all the time. Maybe the polls keep moving, historically, and maybe strength. I feel always gets weaker than stronger for a century weaker for another century. How do we know that we're witnessing anything unusual? But then the final reason we don't we don't have to worry about it is that when we look at the dates when polls have flips like the most recently was seven hundred eighty thousand years ago, they don't match up with times of mass extinctions you and I were talking about the high that that that seventy. Five percent or more of the creatures on earth. Just went extinct that doesn't happen when pulse. What they just don't match up. So it can't be too bad for us towards the end of your book..

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WBT Charlotte News Talk

14:27 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Welcome back, George Noory with you along with Bob Burman, as we talk about his latest, work earth shattering, Bob. It is amazing. How many calamities have hit this planet, and we're still here? Yeah. We are. We're still here, George I'll let you finish up on your oxygen theory there and talking about your, and I know that was long winded. But that's the whole thing when we talk about stuff, it's easy to talk is easy to say. Well, maybe this happened maybe that happened and this is hard evidence. So so we don't often get into the the proofs of something. So we're trying to figure out how the moon was formed, and whether it was really formed of earth and very briefly earth is made of three types of oxygen. Here we breathe it in its in all the rocks. It's an all the sand. Three types Carlos sixteen seventeen eighteen depending upon how many neutrons is in the oxygen. Most of it is sixteen. That's makes up really really the lion share. Well, the point is when a meteor lands and its allies the meteorite we find that it has a different oxygen ratio of. It's isotopes. And so we now know that the meteorites came from Mars rocks. It started out on Mars have a different ratio of these three types of oxygen that are on earth, and we have samples from the asteroid Vesta, and that has a lower ratio bars is a higher ratio. And so you can always tell women meteorite is from a different part of the seller says seven because it's oxygen ratio of its isotopes are like a fingerprint. They tell you where it's from. Well, here's a point the moon. Once we had moon rocks that we have them both from because they're actually about a dozen meteorites that were blasted off the moon by other things that hit the Mon and peace the Mona hitter. And now we have samples from the surface from Apollo astronauts. And it turns out that the oxygen ratio on the moon is almost exactly the same as the earthly oxygen? If it's different. It's only different by. One part in fifty thousand it's virtually the same. So what I'm doing is shooting down my own theory. Researchers are unanimous or almost unanimous at the moon happened because earth collided with this other big planet named and the moon is made up of stuff from both of our worlds and that works. It works by physics. But if that's true, the moon's should be made of earthly stuff, but also say stuff, it should have an alien, at least at least a partially aliens ratio of its oxygen isotopes, but it doesn't. Instead, it looks as if it were made of essentially all earthly stuff or very close to her. And so that's a puzzle. What I'm giving. You is not a straight talking answer, but puzzle it looks like. Should be made of at least partially alien stuff. But when you go there analyze it isn't now, let's talk about what you believe to be the worst catastrophe that you think in our planet. Well, I when I talk about could have surveys, I prefer to do the ones that are more recent like the black death in Europe. And and things that have happened even early in our own lifetimes that looked like class real catastrophes. But you can't get away from the the the thing that ended the dinosaurs sixty six million years ago because at the end of the Cretaceous period. Wow. That impact that we got destroyed three quarters of all the life on earth. And and the dinosaurs that have been around for for all that time disappeared, but you ask for the very worst that that that's sort of our favorite because of dinosaurs were big, you know, guys loved dinosaurs. When we were boys we all did posters of the on the law, at least I did. But the worst of the five big cataclysms that we call mass extinctions was the one hundred fifty two million years ago. You said the very worst. Well, that was it. We now called the end Permian mass extinction because ninety six percent of the creatures on earth. Died ninety six percent of you and the types of things like the lovable little trial bites. So it looks like a little horseshoe crabs. So we're everywhere I have some fossils of in living room for people to look at and all of these tribal bites that had lived for hundreds of millions of years. We're now overnight practically they were God. So you gotta give it to that to that event. As a very worse right before you came on, Bob. I was talking with special guest about the nuclear power plants in the possibility of danger from them he thinks should all go away. Do you think that could be the earth killer all those power plants? Have something happened that George has turned out to be less bad than people. Fear people fear nuclear power, and I understand why they do, but the power plant accidents have actually been far shetler than than than anything. If you look it up in a an-and almanac. Look up the Three Mile Island accident of nineteen seventy nine right outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It's called a disaster. But then when you read about it, you find that there was no property damage. No private property. Nobody was killed not one person was injured. And then you walk away saying in what sense was this cataclysm or a disaster. If nobody was hurt and no private property was Davidge kill content. People have died that they sorry. He'll contend people have died from that. Well, that's no, that's so little radiation from that. There was a monitoring that was done by all sorts of agencies for the next twenty years or so remember that happened in seventy nine looking for increased cancers, especially the winds were blowing from the west that night the next. Day next days. And so the radiation would have gone eastward from Harrisburg. So that whole areas been examined in the cancer rate has not budged since then or the Fukushima disaster. We remember that. Sure. Clearly 'cause I was twenty eleven and according to the UN, I mean, there are different estimates of Weddell eventually happen with cancers. But some of the big. Organizations the academics to colleges the UN says that nobody nobody was killed and nobody will be killed by that anybody is the worst of the estimations are two hundred people. So I don't know if anything that kills two hundred people could really be called it a disaster Chernobyl in eighty six George that was a different story. But these, hey, this is a Russian Ukrainian plant that didn't even have a containment wall. And it was done by a bunch of guys who decided they were going to run a test that they were not qualified to run, and they turned off all the safety equipment on that. Just to see. What would happen? They shut it all off. In fact, they created a switch that would you hit the switch. It would create the worst thing that could possibly happen. Cut down all the safeties. Cut down the the the generators that could have supplied emergency power turned off all the water flow. And they do the worst thing they pass. Could have deliberately so avenue had a plant that couldn't contain the disaster once it happened. So I don't think you can count Trudeau turnover was a real nuclear power plants. Sure, I mean, probably ten thousand people died or will die of cancer, maybe more ultimately. But I don't know if we can even count that one. Now, let's talk about what you think could be the greatest danger facing the planet, and I was in and give us some possible dates. Well, there's two separate things. George one of the ones that people are going to regard as upcoming catastrophe based on the ones that have happened in the past because one thing that shattering does is it looks at the at the. The ones that we feared. But that didn't happen like nineteen ten when ours went through the of Halley's comet and comma tells were recently before that found to have cyanide in in the form of Samuel. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So so people thought this was really going to be the end of the world. And there was a lot of that and other world fever people were buying comet pills. Try to keep protect them from the cyanide and people hit that night wouldn't Halley's comet those coming a lotta people partied that night. Actually, I don't know. What you and I would do George would we party? Or would we hide? I'm not sure I'd hide. Right. But I'm not sure I'd party either. Probably just be on the air Bob until it happened. With you. We'd wait for. Hey. That's great grad love that. Hey, nobody. I'd rather spend the Armageddon with that's that's the way speaking of Armageddon. Are there signs of other armageddon's? Oh, I don't see. I mean, some people see that with the polls doing unusual things. And one of the one of the theories, you know, we were talking about what are the fears that people fear, and what are the realistic things and those are two different stories. They're both interesting stories, but one of the big fears are pose flipping, and because if it happens happens typically three times every million years that the North Pole becomes the south south pole becomes the north and inbetween we lose having a magnetic pole. And it was thought turns out to be wrong that we'd have no magnetic field for a while. So no protection from incoming cosmic radiation in the form of. Cosmic rays, and such and there have been signs of the polls acting weirdly lately like where the north magnetic pole is located its position has been changing very rapidly typically for centuries, it's moved by five miles a year. But the last decade or so it's been moving thirty five miles a year. So it's very rapidly. North keeps going it's gonna go right across the Arctic Ocean and down the other side into Russia. We don't want them to have the North Pole now. No. But that's the way it looks like it's moving and also the whole the magnetic field earth has gotten almost ten percent weaker since the year eighteen fifty so to all of these signs that whole reversal is starting to happen. But no, no, no, this is not something. We actually have to fear first of all takes typically at least a hundred and usually a thousand years for the poster of our so it's not it's not going to happen while you, and I are having a copy and donuts is is gonna take between one and ten centuries to happen. And Secondly, yeah, the polls are moving rapidly. And yes, it's Derek field has gotten weaker the last century. But how do we know that? That's not what happens all the time. Maybe the polls keep moving. Historically, and maybe strength. I feel always gets weaker than stronger for a century weaker for another century. How do we know that we're witnessing anything unusual? But then the final reason we don't we don't have to worry about it is that when we look at the dates when polls have flips like the most recently was seven hundred eighty thousand years ago. They don't match up with times of mass extinctions you and I were talking about the high that that that seventy five percent or more of the creatures on earth. Just went extinct that doesn't happen when pulse flip they just don't match up. So it can't be too bad for us towards the end of your book. You seem pretty optimistic about things. That's a good thing. Well, good. I'm glad let's maybe I was in a better mood. But you were done writing the book. Yeah. That's part of it is the things that I used to fear a lot like that. We are in the midst of the sixth mass extinction because it really looks that way. I mean, I think you'll admit that in the last twenty years if you've read some this the literature about how we run out of food on the planet because of population explosion back in the seventies. They said that by the year two thousand its population would double to to about seven almost seven million. Seven billion billion and that with that kind of super population. Nobody could be fed. And so we had major predictions that India certainly would undergo survey shin in one major popular book. They predicted England would cease to exist after the mid nineteen ninety s and at the same time we'd run out of oil. Remember, the concept of peak oil, which I'd never was a proponent of. I've I've always believed that this planet has oil naturally. That's my theory. Well, you're right. But I was taken in by that. I thought when they read this stuff in the nineteen eighties and stuff that..

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13:09 min | 1 year ago

"derek field" Discussed on WRVA

"Five. Welcome back, George Noory with you along with the Bob Berman as we talk about his latest, work earth shattering, Bob. It is amazing. How many calamities have hit this planet, and we're still here? Yeah. We are. We're still here Georgetown, let you finish up on your oxygen theory there, and what am I know that was long winded. But that's the whole thing that when we talk about stuff it's easy to talk. It's easy to say. Well, maybe this happened maybe that happened and this is hard evidence. So so we don't often get into the the proofs of something. So we're trying to figure out how the moon was formed, and whether it was really formed of earth and very briefly earth is made of three types of oxygen. Here we breathe it in. It's an all the rocks. It's all the sand three types Colo sixteen seventeen or eighteen depending upon how many neutrons is in the oxygen. Most of it is sixteen that's makes up really really the lion's share. Well, the point is when a meteor Atlanta and its allies the meteorite we find that it has a different oxygen ratio of. It's isotopes. And so we now know that the meteorites came from Mars rocks. Started out on Mars have a different ratio of these three types of oxygen that are on earth, and we have samples from the asteroid Vesta, and that has a lower ratio bars is a higher ratio. And so you can always tell when meteorite is from a different part of the seller just seven because it's oxygen ratio of its isotopes are like a fingerprint. They tell you where it's from. Well, here's the point the moon. Once we had moon rocks. We have them both from because they're actually about a dozen meteorites that were blasted off the moon by other things that hits the moon the moon of hitter. And now we have samples from the surface from Apollo astronauts. And it turns out that the oxygen ratio on the moon is almost exactly the same as the earthly oxygen? If it's different. It's only different by. One part in fifty thousand it's virtually the same. So what I'm doing is shooting down my own theory. A researchers are unanimous or almost unanimous at the moon happened because earth collided with this other big planet named thea and the moon was made up of stuff from both of our worlds and that works. It works by physics. But if that's true, the moon should be made of earthly stuff, but also say stuff, it should have an alien, at least at least a partially alien ratio of its oxygen isotopes, but it doesn't. Instead, it looks as if it were made of essentially all earthly stuff or very close to her stuff. And so that's a puzzle. What I'm giving. You is not a straight talking answer, but puzzle it looks like. Should be made of at least partially Elian stuff. But when you go there analyze it isn't now, let's talk about what you believe to be the worst catastrophe that you think hit our planet. Well, I when I talk about surveys, I prefer to do the ones that are more recent like the black death in Europe. And and things that have happened even early in our own lifetime is that looked like class real catastrophes? But you can't get away from the the the thing that ended the dinosaurs sixty six million years ago because at the end of the Cretaceous period. Wow. That impact that we got destroyed three quarters of all the life on earth. And and the dinosaurs that have been around for for all that time disappeared, but you ask for the very worst that that that's sort of our favorite because of dinosaurs were big, you know, guys loved dinosaurs. We were boys we all did posters of the month on the law, at least I did. But the worst of the five big cataclysms that that we call mass extinctions was the one hundred fifty two million years ago. You said the very worst. Well, that was it. We called the end Permian mass extinction because ninety six percent of the creatures on earth. Died ninety six percent of even the types of things like the lovable little trial bites that look like a little horseshoe crabs. So we're everywhere I have some fossils of in living room for people to look at and all of these tribal bites that had lived for hundreds of millions of years. We're now overnight practically they were gone. So you gotta give it to that to that event. As a very worse right before you came on, Bob. I was talking with special guest about the nuclear power plants in the possibility of danger from them he thinks they should all go away. Do you think that could be in the earth killer, all those power plants? Have something happen that George has turned out to be less bad than people. Fear people fear nuclear power, and I understand why they do, but the power plant accidents have actually been far gentler than than than anything. If you look at a in and out almanac. Look up the Three Mile Island accident nineteen seventy nine right outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It's called a disaster. But then when you read about it, you find that there was no property damage. No private property. Nobody was killed not one person was injured. And then you walk away saying in what sense was this cataclysm or a disaster. If nobody was hurt and no private property was Davidge. Don't kill contend people have died that they contend people have died from that. Well, that's no, that's the there's so little radiation from that. There was a monitoring that was done by all sorts of agencies in the next twenty years or so member that happened in the seventy nine looking for increased cancers, especially the winds were blowing from the west that night and the next day. Day the next days. And so the radiation would have gone eastward from Harrisburg, so that whole areas spending, salmon and the cancer rate has not budged since that or the Fukushima disaster. We remember that. Sure. Clearly 'cause I was twenty eleven and according to the UN, I mean, there are different estimates of what will eventually happen with cancers. But some of the big organizations the academics to colleges the UN says that nobody nobody was killed, and nobody will be killed by that anybody is the worst of the estimations are two hundred people. So I don't know if anything that kills two hundred people could really be called a a disaster Chernobyl in eighty six George that was a different story. But these, hey, this is a Russian Ukrainian plant that didn't even have a containment wall. And it was done by a bunch of guys who decided they were going to run a test that they were not qualify. To run, and they they turned off all the safety equipment on that. Just to see. What would happen? They shut it all off. In fact, they created a switch that would you hit the switch. It would create the worst thing that could possibly happen. Cut down all the safeties. Cut down the the the generators that could have supplied emergency power turned off all the water flow. And they do the worst thing they possibly could have deliberately so avenue had a plant that couldn't contain the disaster once it happened. So I don't think you can count Trudeau turnover was a real nuclear power plants. Sure. I mean, they've probably ten thousand people died or will die of cancer, maybe more ultimately. But I don't know if we can even count that one. Now, let's talk about what you think could be the greatest danger facing the planet, and I was in and give us some possible dates. Well, there's two separate things, George what are the ones that people are going to regard as upcoming catastrophes based on the ones that have happened in the past because one thing that shattering does is it looks at the at the the ones that we feared, but that didn't happen like in nineteen ten when earth went through the tail of Halley's comet comet tells were recently before that. Cyanide in the form of San. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So so people thought this was really going to be the end of the world. And there was a lot of end of the world's fever people were buying comet pills. Try to protect them from the cyanide and people hit that night wouldn't Halley's. Comet was coming. A lotta people partied that night. Actually, I don't know. What you and I would do George would we party? Or would we hide? I'm not sure I'd hide. Right. But I'm not sure I'd party either. I'd probably just be on the air Bob until it happened. All right with you. We'd wait for it. Hey, that's great. I love that. Hey, nobody. I'd rather spend the Armageddon with that's that's the way speaking of Armageddon. Are there signs of other armageddon's? Oh, I don't see. I mean, some people see that with the polls doing unusual things. And one of the one of the theories, you know, we were talking about what are the fears that people fear, and what are the realistic things and those are two different stories. They're both interesting stories, but one of the big fears are pose flipping, and because if it happens happens typically three times every million years that the North Pole becomes the south to south pole becomes the north. And the inbetween we lose having a magnetic pole was fought turns out to be wrong. We'd have no magnetic field for a while. So no protection from incoming cosmic radiation in the form of. Cosmic rays of such an and there have been signs of the polls acting weirdly lately, like where the north magnetic pole is located its position has been changing very rapidly typically for centuries, it's moved by five miles a year, but the last decade or so it's been moving thirty five miles a year. So it's very rapid north keeps going it's gonna go right across the Arctic Ocean and down the other side into Russia. We don't want them to have the the North Pole now. No. But that's the way it looks like it's moving and also the whole magnetic field earth has gotten almost ten percent weaker since the year eighteen fifty so could all of these be the signs that whole reversal is starting to happen. But no, no, no, this is not something. We actually have to fear first of all takes typically at least a hundred. Usually a thousand years for the poster averse, so it's not it's not gonna happen while you, and I are having a coffee and donuts is this is gonna take between one and ten centuries to happen. And Secondly, yeah, the polls are moving rapidly. And yes, sir. Thank Derek field has gotten weaker the last century. But how do we know that? That's not what happens all the time. Maybe the polls keep moving historically, and maybe the strength or feel always gets weaker than stronger for a century weaker for another century. How do we know that we're witnessing anything unusual? But then the final reason we don't we don't have to worry about it is that when we look at the dates when polls have flips like the most recently was seven hundred eighty thousand years ago, they don't match up with times of mass extinctions you and I were talking about the high that that that seventy. Five percent or more of the creatures on earth. Just went extinct that doesn't happen when pulse flip they just don't match up. So it can't be too bad for us towards the end of your book..

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