11 Burst results for "Don Kent"

"don kent" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"don kent" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"This has been absolutely terrific for all the right reasons. Most importantly because you and i are now reconnecting and you're in the great state of florida. Do you ever come back up to boston much. Or i have come a couple of times. There's no way i've ever come between november. I and and april first because the the the weather. But i haven't been a back up a very often. I don't i before we go. I just wanna tell you you you was. I'm sure you don't even remember it. But one of the greatest compliments of my life and career came from you for many years in boston. There was a group called the media gang and they were all you know all these the the original don kent who did the weather and all of these people and anyway. I would go all the time when you'd see a salesman from the radio station. Will the manager the fired you and and anyway one event. I'll be the last one i went to. I was sitting at a table for ten but it was only two other. Pe- this side was larry. Glick this was jerry williams and you of course hosted the events all the time. It was magnificent magnificent as you walked around the room. Moderated this whole thing you would sell. Look here's just came from w h h and you would acknowledge them and talk to them in as you got closer to my table you said well look at this three legends and broadcasting. Larry glick jerry williams and dick cya. I wish i could have that put in a lucite prying For you to put me in even sitting at the same table with them let alone in the same breath. Well i remember those those events and it was a thrill for me to just walk among the tables anyway and and be with people i Adored and idolized. bet. I i think the the key here is Friendship and respect. And i think you've earned it from me but also from many many colleagues and i got a feeling that there'll be a lot of reaction to this podcast. You're gonna get a lot of notes in emails and on facebook and instagram dixie. Just note space or daughter. Anything just excite please i i a i do hear from listeners and people that got married from the show and all that and i respond immediately so i'd love to from tony one more pertinent question. You live in florida. How often do you walk on the beach. You know i i. Maybe i'm fifteen minutes from a beached looks as if you are in bermuda. I'm not a beach. Person in fact grew up in the limb near the beach in my parents who the yellow. Y'all anka's either lying to the beach. So i've been a few times but usually what happens is yard. Bring the book in the grapes in the water. And you get all set out and it within fifteen minutes. When i'm bored. So the last time i went i got all set up everything. I just told you there now right by the water. I got the book in an old couple over here with setting up their umbrella and it the wind took it the the the Stick come the umbrella. Hit me in the head. That's that's enough to turn you off. Well please say a lotta aunt ida for me if you will and I owe you a dinner at Various esteemed and fancy restaurant in the city of everett. Anytime you're in boston. We get together and we go to the ten bar and grill and see richard. Do you think we could get in. Every time i go every time i go i say. Hey how's dick. Have you talked to deck. And he always gives me an update. And i said well this time. I'm going to be the one updating. You richie richard cya. It was a delight. I can't tell you how much fun this was an love you to be able to do it again.

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"don kent" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"don kent" Discussed on WTOP

"Choice. Enter today at w t o p com Search free lunch 11 18 traffic and weather together on the H two returner in the traffic center, all right authorities out with the crash right into district block. And with Prince George's County South Don Kent, a worse avenue just as you go underneath the Eastern Avenue, the crashes long right side you can squeeze left to get by. You can also ride the service road way too keen on Worth Avenue to get past the activity as well. Nor found side of D. C to 95 headed into Maryland toward 50 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway. You're not affected. No change north bound on the Baltimore Washington Parkway that remains closed between 4 50 Annapolis Road before 10 Riverdale Road As a result of the seriously rash under investigation, South bound lanes of the parkway are open. Also had a police investigation. Closing Newport Mill Road in Kensington, between Deerfield evident Lawrence Avenue. Traffic redirected each way. As result in Virginia authorities remain with the crash on Patrick Henry Drive just south of the intersection of Darlington Boulevard that remain closed each way to clean up debris from the earlier crash. Tow trucks from now on scene as well. Don't forget roadwork in place on 66 east and westbound traffic diverted to 1, 23 and both directions. Just ride through the intersections to work your way back to 66. Another direction to continue trap whether it's eastbound toward the Beltway or westbound out toward, uh, Centerville and points West rich 100 of you to be traffic, which thank you. Now, let's get your storm team for four day forecast. Here's NBC for Samara. Theodore levels continue to increase overnight. We're in for a partly sunny day for your Monday, Dr Martin Luther King Jr Day. High temperatures.

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"don kent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"don kent" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Congress is a step closer to passing its fourth coronavirus aid bill of four hundred eighty four billion dollar economic rescue package cleared the Senate yesterday the house is expected to approve it tomorrow the majority of the funding will be used to replenish the federal government's loan program for small businesses over the past month about twenty two million Americans have filed new claims for unemployment benefits as the spread of the virus for some businesses to close and others to lay off employees house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the U. S. economy can't get going again until there's expanded testing for the virus if we want to open the country through an open our economy key to that is testing testing testing hello she was speaking to MSNBC new testing by the centers for disease control and prevention shows the first coronavirus deaths in the U. S. occurred in California not Washington state as previously thought here's NPR's to Wally Seckau tau Santa Clara county sent two samples from deaths in early February and a third from early March to the U. S. centers for disease control and the data now confirms that all three tested positive for the code nineteen virus suggesting that the first two northern California deaths may in fact be the earliest US cases of the respiratory illness not in Washington state this is NPR news from Washington from KCRW I'm Terry Glaser with state and local headlines California public health officials are now recommending that eighty symptomatic people living or working in high risk settings be tested for corona virus those high risk environments include nursing home senior living facilities and prisons the move makes California the first state to broaden federal guidelines for testing according to health officials it's also a big step towards the widespread testing needed to start lifting stay at home or orders the only times reports the change is possible because of increased access to testing supplies a memo to department healthcare workers said that testing quote is becoming more readily available at hospital academic commercial and public health laboratories across California as a corona virus pandemic continues take take lives and keep people home the complete emotional financial cost of the health crisis remain unknown but with cautious talks underway about how to reopen the state some regions are trying to assess their financial situations as they look to the future KCRW's Matt Dillon reports on one counties efforts to gauge the economic hit of the virus riverside county has a budget of six point one billion dollars the county finance officer don Kent told the board of supervisors yesterday they could expect covert nineteen because the county at least eighty million dollars thirty of that coming from this year's budget which wraps up the end of June and fifty million next fiscal year can't figure those losses will come from a big drop in sales tax revenue and severely reduced interest payments on county investments that went south of the tanking stock market the present apprised for it's unclear what adjustments or cuts will have to be made to make up for the financial hit another looming question riverside and other counties face how much will the California public employees retirement system or CalPERS look to them to help replenish funds lost but the stock market's downturn before the ground virus pandemic riverside county already had an unfunded pension liability of three and a half billion dollars per case W. I met Gillam and imagining if you lost your dog in December search for months but no sign of your pop that was the case for the to learn all family a San Francisco their five year old miniature Australian shepherd Jackson was stolen on December fourteenth well this week the family got a call from the Palmdale animal care center Jackson had been brought in as a stray fortunately he'd been microchipped here's what the reunion sounded like.

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"don kent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

12:03 min | 3 years ago

"don kent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Eleven since January. Okay. And some of them look what will the, the here's the issue. If this has been your life's ambition in life's dream. Yeah. And you have invested money. And by the way. Now, you invest and we're no qualifications. Yeah. No qualifications the climate, unlike the Boston marathon. Well, I guess you can run in the Boston marathon is a pirate, but being run twenty six miles, but likely not going to die when there's nobody checking to see what physical shape here, and that's not, that's not a consideration for some of these groups that take up you just pay the money. Yeah. Newspa- the money and maybe have a good guide. Maybe you don't have a guy no qualifications for the guides. Nope. So maybe the best sherpa guy in the world. Maybe it got some guy who says Europe. Yeah, maybe from non-sherpa maybe get some guys, a cabdriver in Brooklyn during the winter, but he takes a little bit of a vacation, go to Everest. I don't know. The bottom line is people are dying up there. And I just wonder if anyone in the audience tonight. No. And have seen the picture in the video from over the weekend of this again. I describe it as a conga line. Oh my God. It is the peak, it is going up the final ascent. I don't even know how you get up to finalist. But here's the deal you are in line. Your oughta Jin is running down, by the way, just to put in perspective. For those of you who don't know twenty eight thousand feet commercial jetliners generally owed about thirty to thirty five thousand. Yeah. So you are as high as jetliner. Yeah. Helicopters. Can't come and save you because they can't fly that high. Well, they don't have enough apparently oxygen. Right. Yeah. So, so you're in line, it looked to me. There will couple of hundred people head of you. And you know that if every one of those people head of you takes a minute. Yeah. Or two. You can only survive in with the option for a very short period of time. You want your moment because you, you, you made it up there and, you know, thinking about the guy who's to the woman who's two hundred feet behind you. Yeah, it's as simple as that now in your the registry window and you're asking care, less who's behind you want. You got an extra question. You say now look, I, I know that. Now what about am? I is good for three years. You, you just do it. You would just do it as well as whether you're if you're the, at the line at the box office for, you know, for the Rolling, Stones concert, I don't know, people get in line anymore. I guess they all do it on the registry. Thank god. You still have to go online. You have to see the lovely registered workers who've greet you and they're doing better. The registry of motivations is doing better these days. So if you saw the video if you've seen the photograph let them know what your reaction is it just seems to me that it's insane because now the not only has the novelty worn off, but the exclusivity is gone. The accomplishment. Now. If all these people have done it. Well, was the same accomplishment, but it certainly is no mature risking your life even worse because you have all these all these amateurs, amateur climbers, basically, and I don't mean I don't mean amateur as paid and not paid. I mean, amateurs, and people who really have no business doing this timeout, Washington. I if you can do mount Washington, then maybe you can consider how how high is mount Washington. It's not so much that it said, try it in the winter, give it a shock because that's what you're doing an Everest. But we're talking about Washington. Someone will know what their five thousand six thousand feet. You're talking twenty eight thousand feet. Yeah. Twenty nine thousand little different. That's for sure. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. I'm sure that some of our more adventurous, listeners out there. Do not understand the argument thousand two hundred eighty eight feet won't wash I was close. Okay. So that's about a fifth of the way. Yes, good luck with that. Jack simple as that stave in Cambridge. Hi steve. Thanks for calling. We appreciate it very much. Go ahead and I got home. And I hear you talking about Mount Everest. Do you know what is the harder mountain to climb mount? Everest. I know. Two, okay. More dangerous mount. What is? One hundred people on the top k to aware first of all. To northern Pakistan. Okay. The reason I ask that his K two, I thought when you said to me K to that sounded to me like a dog a new dog food in the market. No. Okay. Named after the mountain range, the Cairo Cora mountains, which are close to the Himalayas, okay enough for enough. So if. For you and Nancy of Mount Everest Disney to challenge, you know, if I would suggest K too, well, I've never even considered mount moanalua's. But now the fact that you mentioned that there's a mountain, that is even harder than K to now I think I'm going to consider K too because that way, I can look down at all the climates from from Everest. Why is K two? If you know why is it just steeper more glacier? The weather conditions. The location of the mountain might be more remote and probably just the pads up to the top of probably more difficult than ever. It sounds to me, though, like when friends of mine have had kidney stones, and they'll say to women these more painful than childbirth and. Most women. According to this, and you're exactly right. K two is more difficult. Because the slopes are steeper, the roots are more difficult to cross and they're further north than ever since so far have much worse weather, the most significant danger on K two comes from rockfall and avalanches that sounds like another place. I'm not gonna go one thing you should go to mount monadnock, which is in southwestern New Hampshire. Great crime, Dan. And now that you're so thin and healthy with the gym, and everything you should go up there. There's very little dangerous. Steve, let me just say this when I was a kid growing up. And I think you grew up in this area too. Correct. I grew up in New York. Okay. That's fine. We'll, we'll forgive you in that. But Don Kent was the channel four whether man that most of us baby boomers grew up watching, he had no meteorological devices. He didn't have one of those little wind things that he held up outside on live shots. But he knew that he got it all the time. And dawn, Ken used to always talk about the monadnock region. And so I know exactly where the monadnock region is in Don would say it with kind of a bit of a New England accent. I'll give you that the monadnock region. Don Ken, God rest, his soul. That we're teen is key New Hampshire. Knowing that thing I wanted to say, is that climb Everest, you have to be first of all, one of the reasons there's so many people doing it is because, for Nepal wherever it is. It's between Apollo and China these expeditions hire many, many sherpa. So it's an important almost a national industry, is it sure. Assure pie. The plural of Sherpao by come only care. Do you know so they are it's an important part of the Nepalese economy. And in addition to that, to crime members, you need to get a license from the, the, the, the country of Nepal. Don't you think they should be limiting? Don't you think they should be limiting the licenses, given the conditions that are now existing on top of Mount Everest limit those licenses? There's no question that you're right about that. But I don't think these expeditions, which I think at least the one they were charging sixty seventy thousand dollars to take to the talk. And once they have their money they don't care if you make it back down here. I don't think. No, I think that they make sure that their people are reasonably fit. I was just looking at this whole story that CNN and looking at one at time, and that's part of the problem. They're not making sure that people are fit people are some of the people have died, who should not have been climbing. There's no question about that. But I haven't read the recent stories, you know that you and Dan are referring to in terms of looking at it right now. But if you ever read the book into thin, air Jon Krakauer true. I mean those expeditions, they were they were irresponsible. But the people who were on them. They did not have people on them who had known mountaineering experience. Even so the, the expeditions were irresponsible assure. The instinct is a paid all of this money. It's only another couple thousand feeds. I know we're running out of oxygen. Let's go for it anyway. Yeah. I mean that's what happens. That's you know, and that's exactly it. But, but have you seen the picture well head? Well, maybe have you have you seen the picture from this weekend, Steve of people in line again? It looked like a line, at the registered Congo line, whatever you want Nancy said a line for space mountain, at DisneyWorld the it has to be like a guy to take a look at that. But if that's the case, and I'm sure it is, as you say, so these expeditions are acting irresponsibly government, and to be honest with the I think people need to I I understand having a bucket lifts and wanting to achieve something. But when this is no longer that there's a, maybe a chance, you're going to die. The odds have gone up considerably with so many people on the mountain you, you got to stop and think, do I want to do this to my family. This is just silly. At some point, you have to stop and say, a hobby climbing is not worth it or whatever hobby is put you in danger. This is just not worth it. Not just go to New Hampshire and have fun. You got to you. Got it. Mount washington. Thanks, Dave talked. You can I love Steve's call one of the most thoughtful, call here on nightside six one seven two four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine ten thirty. Now, I know that some of you this probably someone in this audience, who has who's a serious mountain climber. Maybe someone who's climbed Everest. I just wonder if all of the people who are now flocking to Everest, if it does cheapen not only the experience, but the accomplishment, I mean, it has to it has to cheapen the accomplishment, when you see this many people somehow by hook by crook getting up there. And if you've seen the video and the photograph of the people who have come set so close to the top waiting in line for them because you get walking by dead body walking by a dead climber. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, this is not a World War, Two reality where you're in the middle of a battlefield. And yeah, you have to move past the dead. You would think that you'd say whoa. That could be me. Let's open it up. Folks. This is a great night to give us a call six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. I will admit I am not a big nature person. I mean, I've never done even some of the things that Nancy has done here like climb mount Washington. You actually climbed it. Correct. No, I, I know I've gone up in the and I've driven up at but doesn't mean I hiked aspirin there. But no, I think I'm, I'm not. Hockey days, which never were over. 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"don kent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"don kent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thing we'd sit tell me what? Anyway, you know, why? Because payback is a you know what? And we were waiting for menia that kick in winter. And we thought it was actually going to start back into Semper. And it sorta faded out we got into more of a London you Pat in which is total opposite of what we expected and bottom line is we did not get the mean storm track on these coast. Instead it was on in the southwestern portion of the country. That's why they could all still back into the northern plains. And Chicago, Minneapolis, Nebraska. They got clobbered it we got nothing. And of course, just as we ready to give up on winter says, well, you know, what maybe I'll make it a on Neo said early in the spring in when he comes on early in the spring. The storm track comes back to the east coast. We get a lot of cold water, and we get blocking high pressure over Greenland, and we got a lot of rain in. Just learn a lot of rain. We did a lot of rain a lot of Taty cool weather in. I'm just done with it. I don't even want to come out anymore. I go down. No, you cannot go. Now, you have to stay here. It's really I mean, even for web the guy can't I can about trying to say is I sit nobody people. I don't wanna go on the radio for another day and talk about clouds and rain. It's really depressing. I hate it. Well, that's why I brought you here, by the way, you have your own website and with a sweater blast dot com, and you can look at the end of the of the whether plastic calm, actually, it was that with some people today, and this, you know, we watch you every day. Oh, yeah. Yeah. We want you whether blast forecast. I'm sorry to hear that. Watch the computer watch the computer, but you know, something you know, what we started in this business thirty forty years ago. There was no computer nine. No, you didn't have that you're on TV radio. And that was it. There was no choice. Well, at least the being loyal and honest. Yeah. Which is great. But it's nice to have, you know, a whole other platform more interest as you go out, and you do trivia and everything and then you come on the radio. I'm sure that you appreciate that. You can tie the two together. I do. Yeah. I clearly do. Absolutely. Well. What's the next week two? I saw. I was watching channel four or channel five one of the two. They always have the high temperature. Low temperature expected for Sunday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday seven days, and I saw something that I found a welcoming site. It will be seventy degrees next Friday and Saturday, I'll be seventy six years. I know it will be seventy I think we warm up, but it's gonna take a while to get out of this pattern. Actually, we have another storm coming, and we might see some store this back. I remember. What was that word? You say. We we could see a few still flakes in Boston Monday night Tuesday morning. It's not gonna be a big deal. But the small accumulation in the Berkshire is up across northern New England Inskeep. Because you, of course, weather we're Witter hasn't wanna let go, but I wanna just back up a little bit because we just got past the university of the main nine nine thousand nine hundred seventy seven system, you remember that clearly I do friend of mine, I was working for the state and he lived off of beacon street near Cleveland circle. And he found a way to get hit by a trolley because the snow was so bad at at some point to that storm. You couldn't see now have to stay on those two metal strips called tracks. They go anywhere else. And he found a way to get hit by trolley. While in the hospital and survived the impact of the train. So I do recall that storm. Yeah. That was wild. I was twenty years old. And I remember I was doing a couple of radio stations in Brockton at the time and that was on the air with them at midnight. And that was unlike kitchen phone doing a live broadcast taking the cord down the stairs. It was a backyard looking at half a foot of snow in my backyard with trees down with full growth on the trees. It was an amazing story. I love that song and not to brag. But I did tell Bob Copeland. When I was actually auditing a weather course at MIT, and I was just getting back in Costa by hometown. And I saw about Copeland the pulled up to me. And he said, hey, what's up and listen to you know, it's gonna snow, and he goes get outta here. I said I'm telling you it's gonna snow on may night that we have a snowstorm. He because you're crazy. I said I cope you, you know, you go in a channel five and you look at the weather map. So you send looks to whether metric g show, right? He's gonna smell. It is no always amazing. I love that stuff. I miss that. You know, all whether people. Have that found in the voice? When a whether circumstance. Pops. It's snowy little head up. And yeah, I I heard that I've interviewed Don Kent onto three occasions periodically. I have Jacob wycoff from channel four naturally you and wanted to other meteorologists that have that extra pep in their step when it comes to talking about the storm when it was unexpected or planned upon and I heard that in your voice just now. I love it. I mean after doing it for so many years, I guess this is going to be forty seven years. But I still love it. It's I was talking to somebody at Kariuki tonight. We're talking about whether this person was wealthy and he retired at fifty seven. I said, gee, that's too. I should I work. Everything goes come on. You know, working? I said, no, I do I love it. I have to work every day, right? Being McLeans full-time. No seriously. I have loved working. I love doing weather every day. I wake up and it's another chapter. And I it's it's wonderful. I'll tell you what let me take my first break because he our we've already got one phone call haven't even given up the phone number. Anyone like to speak to my buddy, Mark Rosenthal. I'll be my parole officer. Well, if he's from arousing pay attention. Phone number six one seven. Two five four ten thirty toll free number. You're calling from out of the Massachusetts area. Eight eight eight nine two nine and thirty. My producer is Andrew will be happy to take your phone call and put you in Q, I'm gonna take a break the time and the temperature here at WBZ twelve sixteen fifty five degrees. The Morgan show on WBZ News Radio ten thirty. Iheartradio celebrates mother's day. Sheryl crowe. I have learned from my mom. It's just as easy to.

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"don kent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:57 min | 3 years ago

"don kent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back our final segment with Dr Dianna, polka talk about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title Diana shares? So the title, you, you know, you don't title before you write it new kind of title comes as you write it. And as I was researching the origins of our space program. I came my editor actually who's a very intelligent incredibly intuitive women suggested that I read this book called the Russian cosmonauts by George Young. And I did and I was also at the time reading books on Jack Parsons, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe the water the believed that they were in touch with non human intelligence, and that they were actually. Early using that word again downloading they were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space program at all. I thought our space programs work completely materialists, you know, scientific materialists can you believe in anything like this? But actually, if you go back to the brilliant people who did develop these technologies, they weren't they did have these belief systems. So so I decided that and the people that I was studying now. Right into that history. And I thought this is almost like his book, of course, is an incredibly academic book and my takes off in different direction. But I thought that the people I studied could have been the next chapter of his book. So I called my book, I it's like an Omani his book. So I called my book American causing, you know, American cosmic his he he studied the Russian cosmic program. And I studied the American perfect. Let's go to Don Kent, Ohio taken away. Donald rather, George great program tonight. Interesting Diana, just wanted to ask you, Jeff, you names out there for you about that spiritual side effects of the UFO growing up Roman Catholic, I used to be fascinated by some of the exploits of Monsignor Corrado Balducci. Now, he was a adviser on you up those, but his degree was in demon -nology, and he was also an exorcist now as. Talking with Tommy about Stanton Friedman. He said he made a statement always impact me. So the beautiful were beneficial. Why didn't they stop the HOA cost? And then we got Jack Malaysia he says there was a connection the merry UFO connection. And so what is your take on the spirituality of the up os? Right. So I actually use a lot of the work of Jacques valet in my book. And I talk about the Marian apparitions and how they if you do look at the that's the thing about the Catholic history. If you look at the original sources of a lot of don't really dog Matic events, like Mary, I mean, tree of Abbas, you know, ecstasy you'll if you read with you he says about it it looks like it's from John max objection book. Right. So it looks very UFO ish. And so this struck me as Freddie odd when I I did this research like in the very beginning. It was like a hit on slap in the face kinda thing. Like, wow, is this what I've been reading about one. And so so the spirituality I think that that is why the Catholic churches takes no facial position. Other than that. You know, how itchy was on. I did see an interview of him a few years ago where he basically talked about how he believes that there were varieties of these eighteen as well. And he said there were bad ones. And there were good ones. And there were a lot of them were superior to humans, and perhaps even you know, a something that had to do with what we consider to be angels or something like that. Because I mean, if you look at the angels, even angels are supposed to be different species of themselves. So you know, that so I think the correlations there. If you if you read the book, I have it's it's there is a lot of of Catholic references throughout the book almost every actor Jonah. What do you think though in terms of if you had to make bad would the extraterrestrials be more and Djelic or more interplanetary? From other systems. Right. Okay. So that's a really good question about even how the universe is structured. I think is I believe that with with science today. I think we're going to understand the universe in a lot. If in different ways than we have before. And I think that if we were to say that, you know. There are beings that are that exist on other planets and have other civilizations. And they use some type of technology to get to our planet, and maybe study us or interact with us or or or is there another dimension. You know that that a code? I I would I would go for the more dimension thing. I'm more the multi type, you are dramatic. So you don't think they're coming here with some high technology propulsion system or anything like that bending space and time, maybe? No. I don't I've talked to people who have spent their lives looking into that. And no, I don't think that's how they're getting here. Well, I think that if if okay. So if you talk to people who have maybe seen them, and you've talked to or you look at the data from the historical account, it appears that they just appear right? They don't kind of like come. And you know, they. Without they do. And I and they don't appear to be. Mostly solid on just I mean, they looked like solid objects. But then they changed and they don't look like solid objects. So I mean, what kind of technologies that, you know, something that we are capable of producing or, you know, or even imagining at this point, you know, so I so I'm that's where I'm at right now. I remember I have no settled idea of what this is. I really don't. I'm just going along. I'm basically in doing exactly what scientists are doing. I'm just learning about it as we all are. Let's go to Joe and Long Island New York Joseph. Go ahead. Yeah. I Donna seems like that being being dead like in Star Trek. Scotty. The about that book go accounts of angels. Now, it seems like take for example, tall it would way. Feel it seemed like Rayfield hung out for the whole issue of issues involved, which the outcome of which was the beta bottle and stayed on topic. He didn't start talking about the Yankee game of the game. You know, he's stuck with the topic. So that seems to be a theme throughout many book accounts of Angels'. And then what technology do they have an app Rangel's on the smartphones that the contact Angels' probably not yet not yet. But probably soon. Yeah. It's back. You probably just gave somebody a good idea. Gela cami. Yeah. They're gonna make millions of dollars on it. He'll let me think about that. Okay. So when I I've written about angels, I've probably papers about you know, how people perceive angels. And and I've been reading about it in my book about purgatory. You know, what are angels? So you know, what what are they and and if you look at the biblical count you'll see that they differ, right? That the different account. Are you know, sitting to air people to you know, almost to death, right? Like jacob. Okay. So they fight with them. Okay. So you've got you know, they come an angel comes to marry an and says you not free, right? Well, she's terrified. And so, you know, we have I remember telling somebody this a long time ago. I guess it was probably even before I began to study. And my daughter's fifteen I was really young and we're playing into play crown. And she had a play date with somebody. And it was the dad that was there. And we started talking about angels. And I didn't you know. I it's not like I'm saying, I know all about angels. But I said what I knew about the sources the biblical sources. And they said they don't really portray angels as how we think of them today. He's like, you know, really, you know, kind of happy things that come down and with you know, wings and drink wishes and do this. They're actually terrifying. And they looked at me. And he said do not talk about that in front of my child. I want my child to believe that you know, in the kind of like, and I was shocked by that. Because I thought well, I wasn't tending to talk to child about angels in the first place. But you know, if you actually do you want to know about angels. Why don't you go and read about them? And you know, read this sources about them, you'll find that there are different types. And that they are not they don't always appear friendly to people. So. I saw say I mean, I know that, you know, the the bad thing about people in my field is that we disabuse people of what you know, a lot of my seems kinda class. They believe all these things about the bible. Then we start to read it. And they're like, I didn't know it said that and I said it I'm not making it up. And I even tell the bring your own bible class. It will read it. So did you ever talk with the very downing? Dr Barry downing at all. No. But I see that's the thing is I know the works of people who do this kind of what I would call forensic angel al-ajiz right forensic looking at the actual sources and looking at the words, you know, the Hebrew or the Greek and how they're used, and you know, it's it's fascinating do whole class on on angels. You know in Asia doing angels tomorrow night on the show. It doesn't end. I heard that. And I thought oh, yeah. You have to for that one. Let's go to join Brielle, California. First time caller for John. Go ahead. Hi, Mr. orient, and Dr Dianna. Hi about oh about a month ago and talked to in because I had some facts on it's personal, but he's the nicest guy in the world, but he gave me the total tinfoil hat treatment. So you can take her leave leaving the he chose to just ride. It must have been in his strange mood. Great, okay earth, amongst the more than one thousand plants with intelligent life is the last one to have religion. I was told that the others had outgrown it. So apparently at one time they did have religion. But they outgrew it. That's an interesting possibility. Dinah, what do you think? They started with religion. But they grew out of it. Right. So I mean, I think that religion. I mean, I know that a lot of people do not believe this, but really appear to change over time. And what I've said in this book is that this is a new form of religion. I think that religion take different forms based on the society within which they are practiced. So here we have this idea that religion will disappear. I'm not sure I think that is long as beings, and I'm and I'm including beings, not just us are conscious and self conscious. I think we're gonna wonder about our origins and the universe in general. And and as I said before, you know, a lot of that motivate religious practice questions and things like that. So in terms about growing, I mean, I can see community changing for him. Actually, you know, they already have. You know today we have what are called the nuns which and I'm not talking about NUON's I'm talking about. And oh, n you know, peop- young people can do not believe in anything. They're kind of just they have a ambiguous, spirituality. So I if that's what they're talking about. Then I can see that happening. We have Elaine in Fort Myers, Florida. Hello there lane. George excuse. I have a little joy to do. Call in and say that yes, I am an agnostic. I was raised a Catholic went to Catholic school for nine years and all that. But I just.

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11:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Welcome back. Our final segment with Dr Diana for Solta talking about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title Diana here? So the title, you, you know, you don't title the book before you write it new kind of the title Khan. Did you write it? And as I was researching the origins of our space program. I came my editor actually who is very intelligent incredibly intuitive women suggested that I read this book called the Russian caused by George Young. And I did and I was also at the time reading books on Jack Parsons, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe a lot of the belief that they were in touch with non human intelligence and that they were actually using that word again downloading. They were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space program at all. I thought our space programs were completely materialists, you know, scientific materialists we believe in anything like this. But actually, if you go back to the brilliant people who did develop these technologies, they weren't they did have these leases Dums. So so I decided that and the people that I was studying now. Right into that history. And I thought this is almost like his book, of course, is an incredibly I could Emmett book and my takes off in a different direction. But I thought that the people studied could have been the next chapter of his book. So I called my book, I it's like an Omani his book. So I called my book American causing, you know, American cosmic his he he studied the Russian cosmic program. And I studied the American one perfect. Let's go to Don Kent, Ohio taken away, Donald other George great program tonight do thing Diana just wanted to ask you a few names out there for you about this special side effects of the going up Roman Catholic I used to be fascinated by some of the exploits of Monsignor Corrado Balducci. Now, he was adviser on UFO's, but his degree was indeed Manala g and he was also an exorcist now as talking with Tommy about Stanton Friedman. He said they made a statement impact in me says if you oppose were beneficial why didn't they stop the HOA cost? And then we got Jack Malahysia he says there was a connection the Mary UFO connection. And so what is your take on the spirituality of the? Right. So I actually a lot of the work of Jacques valet in my book. I talk about the Marian apparitions and how they if you do look at. That's the thing about the Catholic history. If you look at the original sources of a lot of don't really dog Matic events like Mary. I mean, tree of Abbas, you know, ecstasy if you which says about it, it looks like it's from John max objection book. Right. So it looks very UFO. And so this struck me as incredibly odd when I I did this research like in the very beginning. It was like a hit on a slap in the face kinda thing. Like, wow, is this what I've been reading about. And so so the spirituality I think that that is why the Catholic churches takes no official position other than that. You know about did. She. Was on. I did see an interview of him a senior years ago where he basically talked about how he believes that there were there varieties of these AT's as well. And he said they were bad ones. And there were good ones. And there were a lot of them were superior to humans, and perhaps even you know, a something that had to do what we consider to be angels or something like that. Because I mean, if you look at the angels, even angels are are supposed to be different species of themselves. So, you know, said that so I think the correlation there if you if you read the book, I have it's it's there is a lot of of Catholic references throughout the book almost every actor. What do you think? So in terms of if you had to make bad would the extraterrestrials be more and Djelic or more interplanetary from other systems? Right. Okay. So that's a really good question about even how the universe is structured. I think is I believe that with the with science today. I think we're going to understand the universe in a lot. If in different ways than we have before. And I think that if me or to say that, you know, there are being that that exist on other planets and have other civilizations. And they use some type of technology to get to our planet, and maybe study us or interact with us or or or is there another dimension. You know that that a code? I I would I would go for the more dimension thing. I'm more the type or type. You are. So you don't think they're coming here with some high technology propulsion system or anything like that bending space and time, maybe no, I don't I've talked about the people who have spent their lives looking into that. And no, I don't think that's how they're getting here. Well, I think that if if okay. So if you talk to people who have maybe seen them, and you've talked to or you look at the beta from the historical accounts, it appears that they just appeal right? They don't kind of like come. And you know, they they. Yeah, they they do and I and they don't appear to be. Mostly solid on this. I mean, they looked like solid are. But then they changed and they don't look like solid objects. So I mean, what kind of technology is that, you know, something that we aren't capable of producing or, you know, or even imagining at this point, you know, so I so I'm that's where I'm out right now. I remember I have no settled idea of what this is. I really don't. I'm just going along. I'm basically in doing exactly what scientists are doing. I'm just learning about it as we all are. Let's go to Joe in Long Island, New York Joseph. Go ahead. Yeah. I Donna seems like that being in like in star Trek's Scotty. What about the book go accounts of angels? Now, it seems like take for example, Paul it would way feel it seemed like Rayfield hung out for the whole issue of issues involved. What's the outcome of which was debatable and stayed on topic? He didn't start talking about the Yankee game and the game. You know, he's stuck with the topic. So that seems to be a theme throughout many book accounts of angels. And then what technology that I haven't app Rangel's on the smartphone? So the contact Angels' probably not yet not yet. But probably soon. Yeah. Exactly probably just gave somebody a good idea. Gela campy. Yeah. They're gonna make millions of dollars on it. He'll let me think about that. Okay. So when I I've written about angels, I probably papers about you know, how people perceived angels. And and I've been reading about it in my book about purgatory. You know, what are angels? So you know, what are they? And and if you look at the biblical town, you'll see that they differ, right that the different accounts. Are you know angel? They're people too. You know almost to death, right? Like jacob. Okay. So they fight with them. Okay. So you've got you know, they come an angel comes to marry and says do not be afraid. Right. Well, she's terrified. And so, you know, we have I remember telling somebody this a long time ago. I guess it was probably before I begin the study and my daughter's fifteen hours really young and we're playing into playground and she had a play date with somebody. And it was the dad that was there. And we started talking about angels. And I didn't you know. I it's not like I'm saying, I know all about angels. But I said what I knew about the sources, the biblical I and I said, well, you don't really portray angels. How we think of them today? He's like, you know, really, you know, kind of happy things that come down, and with, you know, wings and drink, which is and do this, actually terrifying. And it looked at me, and he said do not talk about that in front of my child. I want my child to disease that you know. In the kind of like, and I was shocked by that. 'cause I thought well, I wasn't tending to talk his child about angels in the first place. But you know, if you actually do want to know about angels, why don't you go and read about them? And you know, read the sources about them, you'll find that there are different types. And that they are not they don't always appear friendly to people. So I sorry. I mean, I know that, you know, the the bad thing about people in my field is that we disabuse people of what you know, a lot of my seems kinda class. They believe all these things about the bible, then we start to read it. And they're like, I didn't know it said that and I said it said, I'm not making it up. And I even tell the bring your own bible class. It will read it. So did you ever talk with the very downing Dr downing at all? No. But I see that's the thing is I know the works of people who do this kind of what I would call forensic angel al-ajiz rights for looking at the actual sources and looking at the words, you know, the Hebrew or the Greek and how they're used, and you know, it's it's fascinating. You know, you do whole class on on angels. Doing angels tomorrow night on the show. It doesn't end. I heard that. And I thought oh, yeah. You have to change for that one. Let's join realto California. First time caller, John. Go ahead. Hi, Mr. orien-, Dr Dianna high cold in about oh about a month ago and talked to an pun because I had some facts on personal, but he's the nicest guy into world, but he gave me the total tin foil hat treatment. So. Tell you you can take it or leave it. You know, the show is to just write it all he must have been in his strange mood. Okay. Amongst the more than one thousand plants within life is the last one to have religion. I was told that the others had outgrown its way at one time. They did have religion. But they outgrew it. That's an interesting possibility. Dinah, what do you think? Started with religion. But they grew out of it. Right..

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600 WREC

12:52 min | 3 years ago

"don kent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Two point one FM. Welcome back our final segment with Dr Dianna, polka talk about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title, Diana? So the title, you, just you know, you don't title before you write it new kind of title come. Then you write it. And as I was researching the origins of our space program. I came my editor actually who is very intelligent incredibly intuitive women suggested that I read this book called the Russian causing spy, George Young. And I did. And I was also at the time reading books on Jack Parsons, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe a lot of the belief that they were in touch with non human intelligence, and that they were actually using that word again downloading they were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space program at all. I thought our space programs work completely. Materialists, you know, scientific materialists he didn't believe in anything like this. But actually, if you go back to the brilliant people who did develop these technologies, they weren't they did have police systems. So so I decided that the people that I was studying now. Right into that history. And I thought this is almost like his book, of course, is an incredibly academic book and my takes off in different direction. But I thought that the people I studied could have been the next chapter is that his book. So I called my book. I it's like an Omani his book. So I called my book American causing, you know, American cosmic his he he studied the Russian causing program. And I studied American perfect. Let's go to Don Kent, Ohio taken away, Donald rather George great programs, and they do interesting, Diana just wanted to ask you a few names out there for you about that spiritual side effects of the UFO growing up Roman Catholic, I used to be fascinated by some of the exploits of Monsignor Corrado Balducci. Now, he was a Madigan advisor on you up those. But his degree was in demon -nology. He was also an exorcist now. Talking with Tommy about Stanton Friedman. He said they made a statement always impacting me says if you have those were beneficial. Why didn't they stop the holocaust? And then we got Jack Mullane he says there was a connection the merry UFO connection. And so what is your take on the spirituality of the post? Right. So I actually use a lot of the work of Yock valet in my book. I talk about the Marian apparitions and how they if you do look at the that's the thing about the Catholic history. If you look at the original sources of a lot of don't really dog Matic events like Mary. I mean trees of Abbas, you know, ecstasy you'll if you read with yes, he says about it. It looks like it's run John max objection book. Right. So it looks very UFO. And so this struck me as incredibly odd when I I did this research like in the very beginning. It was like a hit on slap in the face kinda thing. Like, wow, is this what I've been reading about. And so so spirituality. I think that that is why the Catholic church churches takes no official position. Other than that. You know, how itchy was on. I did see an interview of him a few years ago where he basically talked about how he believes that there were varieties of these issues as well. And he said they were bad ones. And there were good ones. And there were a lot of them were superior to humans, and perhaps even you know, a something that had to do with what we consider to be angels or something like that. Because I mean, if you look at the angels, even angels are supposed to be different species of themselves. So you know, that so I think the correlation there if you if you read the book, I have it's it's there is a lot of Catholic references throughout the book almost every actor. What do you think though in terms of if you had to make a bad would the extraterrestrials be more and Djelic or more interplanetary? From other systems. Right. Okay. So that's a really good question about even how the universe is structured. I think is I believe that with this with science today. I think we're going to understand the universe in a lot. If in different ways than we have before. And I think that if we were to say that, you know. There are being that that this on other planets, and they have other civilizations. And they use some type of technology to get to our planet, and maybe study us or interact with us or or or is there another dimension. You know that that a code? I I would I would go for the more dimension thing. I'm I'm more typers type. You are. Dramatic. So you don't think they're coming here with some high technology propulsion system or anything like that bending space and time, maybe no. I don't I've talked to people who have spent their lives looking into that. And no, I don't think that's how they're getting here. Well, I think that if if okay. So if you talk to people who have maybe seen them, and you've talked to or you look at the data from the historical account, it appears that they just appear right? They don't kind of like come. And you know, they. Yeah, they they do and I and they don't appear to be. Mostly solid on this. I mean, they looked like solid objects. But then they changed and they don't look like solid objects. So I mean, what kind of technologies that, you know, something that we aren't capable of producing or, you know, or even imagining at this point, you know, so I so I'm that's where I'm at right now. I remember I have no settled idea of what this is. I really don't. I'm just going along. I'm basically in doing exactly what scientists are doing. I'm just learning about it as we all are. Let's go to Joe in Long Island, New York. Hey joseph. Go ahead. Yeah. I Donna seems like that being beamed in like in Star Trek. Scotty. What about that book? Go accounts of angels that seems like take for example, tall it would way. Feel it seemed like Rayfield hung out for the whole issue of issues involved. What's the outcome of which was the beta bottle and stayed on topic? He didn't start talking about the Yankee game of that game. You know, he's stuck with the topic. So that seems to be a theme throughout many book accounts Daniels, and then what technology do they have an app Rangel's on the smartphone. So the contact Angels' probably not yet not yet. But probably soon. Yeah. It's back. You probably just gave somebody a good idea. Gela cami. Yeah. They're gonna make millions of dollars on it. So let me think about that. Okay. So when I I've written about angels. I published papers about you know, how people perceived angels. And and I've been reading about it in my book about purgatory. You know, what our angels. So you know, what what are they and anything you look at the biblical count. You'll see that they differ, right? That the different accounts are, you know, setting to air people to you know, almost to death, right? Like jacob. Okay. So they fight with them. Okay. So you've got you know, they come an angel comes to marry and says do not be afraid. Right. Well, she's terrified. And so, you know, we have I remember telling somebody this a long time ago. I guess it was probably either before I began to study. And my daughter's fifteen I was really young and we're playing into playground. And she had a play date with somebody. And it was the dad that was there. And we started talking about angels. And I didn't you know. I it's not like I'm saying, I know all about angels. But I said what I knew about the sources the biblical. And I said, well, they don't really portray angels as how we think of them today. He's like, you know, really, you know, kind of happy things that come down and with, you know, wings, and drank wishes and do this. They're actually terrifying. They looked at me. And he said do not talk about that in front of my child. I want my child to believe that you know, in the kind of like, and I was shocked by that. Because I thought well, I wasn't tending to talk to child about angels in the first place. But you know, if you actually do you want to know about angels. Why don't you go and read about them? And you know, read the sources about them, you'll find that there are different types. And that they are not they don't always appear friendly to people. So. I sorry say I mean, I know that, you know, the the bad thing about people in my field is that we disabuse people of what you know, a lot of my seems kinda class. They believe all these things about the bible. Then we start to read it. And they're like, I didn't know it said that and I said it I'm not making it up. And I even tell the bring your own bible class. It will read it. So did you ever talk with the very downing? Dr Barry downing at all. No. But I see that's the thing is I know the works of people who do this kind of what I would call forensic angel al-ajiz right forensic looking at the actual sources and looking at the words, you know, the Hebrew or the Greek and how they're used. And you know, it's it's fascinating. You know, you do a whole class on on angels. Angels angels tomorrow night on the show. It doesn't end. I heard that. And I thought oh, yeah. You have to for that one. Let's go to Brielle realto, California. First time caller force, John. Go ahead. Hi, Mr. norie, and Dr Dianna high about oh about a month ago and talked to in because I had some facts on its personal. But. The nicest guy in the world, but he gave me the total tin foil hat treatment. So tell you you can take it or leave it, you know, the he shows to just write it off. He must've been in his strange mood. Okay earth amongst the more than one thousand plants with intelligent life is the last one to have religion. I was told that the others had outgrown it. So apparently at one time they did have religion. But they outgrew it. That's an interesting possibility. Dinah, what do you think? They started with religion. But they grew out of it. Right. So I mean, I think that religion. I mean, I know that a lot of people do not believe this, but really appear to change over time. And what I've said in this book is that this is a new form of religion. I think that religions take different forms based on the society within which they are practiced. So here we have this idea that religion will disappear. I'm not sure I think that is long as beings, and I'm not, and I'm including beings,.

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KTOK

12:22 min | 3 years ago

"don kent" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand KT. Okay. Welcome back our final segment with Dr Dianna, polka talk about her work American cosmic. And of course, tell us the title. How did you get the title, Diana share? So the title, you, you know, you don't title the book before you. Right. You kind of the title comes as you write it. And as I was researching the origins of our space program. I came my editor actually who's a very intelligent incredibly intuitive woman suggested that I read this book called the Russian causing by George Young. And I did, and I was also at the time reading books on Jack person, you know, and the people who figured out rocket technology. And I realized that these people were pretty their beliefs were pretty out there. And they believe a lot of them believe that they were in touch with non human. Intelligence and that they were actually using that word again downloading were downloading these technologies, and I thought, wow, I didn't know that about our space program at all. I thought our space programs were completely materialists, you know, scientific materialists believe in anything like this. But actually, if you go back to the brilliant people who did develop these technologies, they weren't they did have these belief systems. So so I decided that and the people that I was studying now. Right into that history. And I thought this is almost like his book, of course, is an incredibly academic book and my takes off in a different direction. But I thought that the people I studied could have been the next chapter of his book. So I called my book, I it's like an Omani his book. So I called my book American causing, you know, American cosmic his he he studied the Russian cosmic program. And I studied the American one perfect. Let's go to Don Kent, Ohio taken away. Donald rather George great program today. Interesting Diana, just want to ask you a few names out there for you about the spiritual side effects of the UFO growing up, Roman Catholic. I used to be fascinated by some of the exploits of Monsignor Corrado Balducci. Now, he was adviser on you up. But his degree was ND Manala g and he was also an exorcist now. Talking with Tommy about Stanton Friedman. He said they made a statement always impact me says if you were beneficial. Why didn't they stop the holocaust? And then we got Jack malay- he he says there was a connection the merry UFO connection. And so what is your take on the spirituality of the upo? Right. So I actually use a lot of the work of yachts valet in my book. I talk about the Marian apparitions and how they if you do look at the that's the thing about the Catholic history. If you look at the original sources of a lot of don't really dog Matic, then like, Mary, I mean, tree of Abbas, you know, ecstasy you'll if you read with yes, she says about it. It looks like it's from John max objection book. Right. So it looks very UFO ish. And so this struck me as incredibly odd when I I did this research like in the very beginning. It was like a hit on slapping face kinda thing. Like, wow, is this what I've been reading about. And so so spirituality. I think that that is why the Catholic churches takes no official position other than that. You know, how itchy was on. I did see an interview of him a few years ago where he basically talked about how he believes that there were varieties of these eighteen as well. And he said they were bad ones. And there were good ones. And there were a lot of them were superior to humans, and perhaps even you know, a something that had to do with what we consider to be angels or something like that. Because I mean, if you look at the angels, even angels are supposed to be different species of themselves. So you know, said that and so I think the correlations air if you if you do read the book, I have it's it's there is a lot of of Catholic references throughout the book it almost every chapter. What do you think though in terms of if you had to make a bad would the extraterrestrials be more and Djelic or more interplanetary from other systems? Right. Okay. So that's a really good question about even how the universe is structured. I think is I believe that with the with science today. I think we're going to understand the universe in a lot. If in different ways than we have before. And I think that if we were to say that, you know. There are being that are that this on other planets, and they have other civilizations. And they use some type of technology to get to our planet, and maybe study us or interact with us or or or is there another dimension. You know that that a code? I I would I would go for the more dimension thing. I'm I'm more the type type you are. So you don't think they're coming here with some high technology propulsion system or anything like that Ben dean space and time. Maybe no. I don't I've talked the people who have spent their lives looking into that. And no, I don't think that's how they're getting here. Well, I think that if if okay. So if you talk to people who have maybe seen them, and you've talked to or you look at the data from the historical accounts. It appears that they just appear right. They don't kind of like come. And you know, they they without. Yeah. They they do and I and they don't appear to be. Mostly solid on this. I mean, they looked like solid our. But then they changed and they don't look like solid objects. So I mean, what kind of technologies that, you know, something that we are capable of producing or, you know, or even imagining at this point, you know, so I so I'm that's where I'm at right now. I remember I have no settled idea of what this is. I really don't. I'm just killing along. I'm basically in doing exactly what scientists are doing. I'm just learning about it as we all are. Let's go to Joe and Long Island New York. Hey, Joseph go ahead. Yeah. Diana seems like that being beamed and like in Star Trek. Scotty. What the about that book? Go accounts of angels that seems like take for example, tall it would way. Feel it seemed like Rayfield hung out for the whole issue of issues involved. What's the outcome of which was debatable and stayed on topic? He didn't start talking about the Yankee game that game. You know, he's stuck with the topic. So that seems to be a theme throughout many book accounts, Angels'. And then what technology that I haven't app Rangel's on the smartphone? So the contact Angels' probably not yet not yet. But probably soon. Yeah. In fact, you probably just gave somebody a good idea. Gela cabbie? Yeah. They're gonna make millions of dollars on it. He'll let me think about that. Okay. So when I I've written about angels, I probably papers about you know, how people perceived angels. And and I've been reading about it in my book about purgatory. You know, what are angels? So you know, what what are they and anything you look at the biblical count. You'll see that they differ, right? That the different accounts. Are you know, studying to their people to you know, almost death, right? Like jacob. Okay. So they fight with them. Okay. So you've got you know, they come an angel comes to marry an and says do not be afraid. Right. Well, she's terrified. And so, you know, we have I remember telling somebody this a long time ago. I guess it was probably aided before I began to study and my daughter's fifteen hours really young and we're playing into playground. And she had a play date with somebody. And it was the dad that was there. And we started talking about angels. And I didn't you know. I it's not like I'm saying, I know all about angels. But I said what I knew about the sources, the biblical I and I said, well, they don't really portray angels as how we think of them today. He's like, you know, really, you know, kind of happy things that come down and with, you know, wings, and drank wishes and do this. They're actually terrifying. They looked at me. And he said do not talk about that in front of my child. I want my child to believe that you know, in the kind of like, and I I was shocked by that. 'cause I thought well, I wasn't intending to talk to child about angels in the first place. But you know, if you actually do want to know about angels, why don't you go and read about them? And you know, read the sources about them, you'll find that there are different types. And that they are not they don't always appear friendly to people. So. I sorry say I mean, I know that, you know, the the bad thing about people in my field is that we disabuse people of what you know, a lot of my seems will come to class. They believe all these things about the bible. Then we start to read it. And they're like, I didn't know it said that and I said it I'm not making it up. And I even tell them bring your own bible class. It will read it. So did you ever talk with the very downing? Dr Barry downing at all. No. But I see that's the thing is I know the works of people who do this kind of what I would call forensic angel al-ajiz right forensic looking at the actual sources and looking at the the words, you know, the Hebrew or the Greek and how they're used, and you know, it's it's fascinating. You know, you do whole class on on angels. Angels angels tomorrow night on the show doesn't end. I heard that. And I thought oh, yeah. You have to him for that one. Let's join realto California. First time caller, John. Go ahead. Hi, Mr. orient, and Dr Dianna high about about a month ago and talked in because I had some facts on personal. But. The nicest guy in the world, but he gave me the total tin foil hat treatment. So tell you you can take it or leave it, you know, the he chose to just write it all he must've been in his strange mood. Okay. Earth amongst the more than one thousand plants within life is the last one to have religion. I was told that the others had outgrown it. So at one time, they did have religion. But they outgrew it. That's an interesting possibility. Dinah, what do you think? I started with religion. But they grew out of it. Right..

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"don kent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:44 min | 3 years ago

"don kent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beverage in the world, and I was watching the terminal I forgot. All the secrecy of that movie with Tom Hanks hacks hangs and Catherine Zeta Jones. And the end of the movie showed Tom Hanks finally giving to see the jazz musician. His father loved me reason why he went to New York and what song did they play GIO anyway. I digressed. Meteorologist great meteorologist. He's been doing meteorology longer than I've been on the radio. I've been on the radio in Boston forty years heat ops that Mark Rosenthal. Thanks for coming on on short notice. I didn't even know I was going to be on tonight. You what's going on with that? I'll call you. Okay. Good. I'm glad you're on the air. You're always great on the air people. Love you. You know, things happen in. Yes. Know things have been happening here. But I'll call you. Okay. If you all that info. All right. That's okay. How you doing? How you feel? You haven't been sick this year? Have you not sick? But I've had this nagging cough. Forever. I have not been let me tell you. So they had the flu two weeks ago. I was so sick for like three days and that was fired for two weeks. And then Monday last Monday, I was fine. And then four o'clock in the afternoon. I'm sitting in my office hit me like a ton of bricks. Started shaking I had to go to bed. I was just about to go to the gym. I should. Wow. In like for three days after I'm just starting to feel better. It was like I got hit by the flu twice you, greedy writing. Oh, and I had to do radio radio stations. I do whether I have to do it. So I don't even know how I did it. I was so dizzy, I thought he could I gotta take it. I would crawl back up at a hours later did the other half was I know? But I hope nobody gets that. Like, I had it. It was. So I've never been that sick in my life. I I hear a little sniffle. Yeah. We'll have a very big nose. You know? There's a lot of room in their family that moved into my nose. I used to have a whole bunch of sound effects and they're own guard. Oh, and the ever popular rim shot is I love that. And I would have used it just then I would have thought that would have been nice. We're supposed to in the greater Boston area and beyond. Roughly about twenty four to thirty hours from now expecting in Clement weather. Yeah, that's true. We get a little story coming. You know, it's not like last weekend. Boy, we got clobbered last weekend. I thought that was a hero going six to twelve. Oh my last forecast. And you know, we got a foot to a foot and a half in some spots in the course, north and south last fifteen sixteen inches even seventeen. It was crazy crazy stuff loved it. Okay. I'll take this. Because we've had no stall Witter, you know, all the indices that will use in forecasting. The weather really off the long range stuff was just terrible. The models are terrible. Everything we use was just I mean, nothing in get it snowed. In November in what it did. I was excited. In the back of my mind waiting. It's never good. When it snows in Boston. So early. How? How many models are there? I I've heard of the European model. I've heard of well, we have the European. We had the pass we have the nam we had the Canadian. Then we go into others subcategories models that people not even gonna know. But you know, you can get suckered in by the models. It's really good to have a good understanding of the atmosphere in either where the mean positions are of teachers long, we've tropism bridges, and you know, there's a Louis we talked about the show it gets very complex because you're looking, you know, the solar is active. You know, we have another agency called the QB. Oh, what's that doing? And then we have ocean. Temperatures those Leonard stance. Something Q be I won't even tell you. Because you will you even get it. I won't even go there. Anyway, we also we look at really ocean temperature is because ocean temperatures dry the climate. They drive the jet stream. They drive the energy because of course, the warmer. The oceans are the more water vapor that goes into the air, and that really drives the whole system. So we wouldn't see gene that this year. We'd get into an El Nino. And we sorta started off with a week El Nino just fill apart so much. So it almost looked like a la-, Nina. And that coupled with some other things that were happening was just meaning that things weren't lining up things weren't and think so but in the eleventh hour in March, I'm looking at water temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific in neutral. Sorry. I was late to the party kids could meet the screw up your forecast. And now things are starting to gel. No one thing. I have noticed. And you just prove this point I've interviewed a number of meteorologist in my years. Friend of mine was in Florida still is there, and he went to some restaurant, and they had a picture of Don Kent. So he sent me through the phone Carpi their pitcher didn't didn't translate that. Well, but I've interviewed during kid, obviously, I ju- gazillion times. I interviewed Pamela Gardner who left four and went to. Neck in the one that macarbre no Pamela Gardner. Gardner. Great. She went to New England cable news. Yes, I've interviewed her interview. Jacob wycoff. I've interviewed Jacob does a good job. I like him. He's a good guy. He looks like he knows what he's talking about. Yeah. And every single person whose name I mentioned. If you get them to talk about a weather circumstance, a weather memory. A weather predictable around the corner here. It comes circumstance. They all have excitement in the voice. Of course, what you're a true, weather fanatic. You know, you really get into it. Just gonna wanna be on the air because you wanna be on TV even into that. Anyway, right. Under the weather. Your genuine either shows up in your voice, if you're doing radio, and if you're on TV you God can't use to say, my friend, Tommy Chisholm who I went to school with and provide. He's a great guy. He's a he's a meteorologist seasons Georgia. Now, he's from this area. You actually he's forecast the weather a long time ago on channel seven but Tommy got took me a long time ago to see DOD Ken 'cause he was really funny with them. And so done can satis down. I we must have been twenty years old. And he said, I can tell you boys who into whether because of the sparkle in your eyes. Not a bad darn kid. People. Don't do Don Kent as an imitation that much. Oh god. Can we say what area of low pressure racing along this southern New England coast right now is causing soda breakout? Red and bitch board, but it's raining in New York City ads coming off. Let me take my break. Get into the forecast for twenty four to thirty hours. From now Glenn in Doug patiently waiting to speak to you. If you wanna speak to mock Rosenthal. We have to find your friend, by the way. Hope you Billy. Billy Winokur if. Billy Whitaker, really call in because that phone number that you've given me to my friend Jackie. I gotta find my friend Jackie. All right. So Billy Carlsbad and all these things are going to be happening during the course of the next forty five minutes. Jack Williams would say here's what's habita- in pick your. Time and temperature here at WBZ one seventeen and.

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"don kent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"don kent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I don't go to Facebook. So he's my Email LA LA marginally got that can take a look at what you got. Now. Could these these giants be a mild tall? I don't think. So I I just think that's I mean, that's way out of anything, I can possibly imagine. So I know George that seems a little farfetched to me. We know after the flood they were fifteen feet tall. And then as time went on. They got shorter and shorter LA. We've only got a couple of minutes left. And I wanted to give you an opportunity to tell folks where they can get your books and DVD's before we move on to wrap this up. Well, thanks so much for having me on Georgia. It's always good to talk to you and talk to the other coast family equally. Just go to LA miserly dot net LA dot net because special right now, we've got the. Amount builders film. You also get a bonus DVD's with that which I think you'll find fascinating. So it's just a great a great way to explore and and get get get first-hand information. Some people are actually going out in the field and trying to find answers to the mysteries surround us L E dot net LA Marzilli dot net. Don, Kent, Ohio got a minute left. Donald go ahead. Okay. One thing you want to check out you mentioned Mitchell gory. I think you brother, George for taking my call. Incidentally, are you wanna look up Mitchell? Gory hoax. There's elements in the church that are completely denying what happened there. Another thing. You want to investigate you mentioned briefly. The copper armor, David Hatcher challenges did an interview with an African shaman who's natives eight they killed Nate and ET became deathly sick. They came to him for a healing. And he says what do they taste like he says copper? You wanna look at this copper significance. And also you mentioned about the Jesus touching the Mona baligian. It's splitting. That's an Old Testament Zachariah fourteen. Jesus was on the mound abolishing the New Testament. What does referring to is a second coming? It's different than the rapture. The rapture occurred in one Thesselonians four when we are caught up and meet him in the air. I later when he comes back. I think the prophecies fulfilled with that. I'll let you gentlemen, absolutely loved the program. Great interviewed you're right by LA. The clock has got us my friend, but keep in touch with us and enjoy Oklahoma. Yeah. Where the wind comes rushing down the plane. Thanks, jordan. Got it. Hope it all works out up next. Dr Christian torn van laer joins us back with us to talk about all kinds of incredible strange things. Don't forget to watch our TV show beyond belief with George Noory, simply go to beyond belief dot com..

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