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Results of 2nd autopsy to be given in Patrick Lyoya's death

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Results of 2nd autopsy to be given in Patrick Lyoya's death

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"dr  werner" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr werner" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"So mike. I'm gonna let you explain this topic. Because i don't want to get in trouble with your wife especially when i'm talking about your wife's christmas shannon refers to it they call it the jain all right so are at the at the park playing over the weekend and sesame was they had like these everything was kinda made out of wood. Like it was finished. What and stuff like that. But it was like like it was an old school park and so she's like shimmying up and down. This was like playground or place that thing or whatever and allie goes. Oh man i really hope. She doesn't get a sliver and i was like. Oh she's got short sean. She'll be you know. Should that shoes on. She'll she'll be fine she's like no. I mean like down there. What do you mean down there. It's not gonna get. You can't get a sliver down there and she goes. Oh no i do. When i was a kid. Sorry what what's she's like. Yeah when i was a kid. I got a sliver down. There and i was playing. She's doing the same thing. I guess and got a sliver and i'm like oh my that's possible. I had no idea so then we started talking about like getting injured down there or weird injuries that we've had with each other not with each other but cussing with each other by the way you did say that you guys have sex toys in the bedroom. I didn't know that you guys were injuring yourself with these toys. Well it's not. It's not fun if you don't get injured it's supposed to be funny. Everybody's supposed to laugh. Now nobody labs tell us more mike anyways so then we start talking about like how he injured ourselves and i was like i remember as a kid and i had never told anybody. I remember as a kid. My brother did something. I don't remember what he did. But i was so mad at him and the response to the being mad at him was that i traced over my junk. Like specifically my ball. Can i sit my boss. Yes yes and then and then took that paper and pace it to his door. I don't remember what he did to me. Or why was mad about it but while i was doing that i caught myself a little with the piece of paper paper cut. Yeah yeah my my junk. So search erased your malls. Every boy has. I have never traced. Every boy has i. Would you trace your ball. Everybody is every child has has traced their penis on a piece of paper at one time or another. What okay sidebar. That for a minute here. But we're very careful at the paper we choose. We use construction paper like the thicker colored paper. You know it comes in a book. I don't know pay for cuts make you meant the balls paper. Cut paper cuts. Make your teeth hurt. Yes same thing when people file their nails. I don't know it's just this weird like really okay. So mike you got a paper cut on your privates alley got a sliver on her privates Which by the way what a horrible i mean a splinter taper cut now mike mike a paper cut. She had sliver on her private. She got well yet. 'cause she was on a playground in that had there was like would yeah so splinter well. What's a sliver then i. I always thought sliver winter. The winter is a big piece of of the wood. Sliver is a sliver is a slivers like something you get an easy fingernails on your fingers if you like. Put it on wood. It's like a little piece. She could have gotten a little piece on her honor. Privates always lit was definitely makes. Mike's giving her a piece on our prime of his one who makes playground equipment from would and i know what you're talking about. You're talking about like you know how you you you climb the poles and you go up there and what are the there a monkey bars. You do that in there in this made of this like nice. you know. it's obviously very nice wood and stuff but the problem is it weathers over time and then it becomes a dangerous thing for your kids to have and you know what else is dangerous to those wood chips that used to be at the bottom of multi. Playgrounds fell there. Well now they now. A lot of the playgrounds have like that really nice. Like i don't know like a rubbery like fi south like protective things. You know like nice like if you fall down on the thing you're not going to like kill yourself unless you volunteer head but I don't know. Somebody's calling the hotline. Who's calling the holly number. That's the inside number two. Pick it up and see what's up is it could be somebody that we now. Is it a bad idea. It's an inside number test. Usually it's either one or two caller either. Do you want to you know. Get your Your auto what the hell is it. The we have the. You're in trouble line. Is that what it is. Yeah yeah but it could just be a car warranty expires. yeah exactly the car warranty. My car warranties always expiring. It seems like i get that phone call all the time. What's funny as you mentioned the would play sets. And i don't think a lot of people realize if you grew up in the last twenty years you were on one of those beautiful rainbow play systems which you know they. They've adapted to the times and all the chains are plastic coated. And the would the like. You're not actually touching the wood but in the old days the playgrounds were just a disaster. They were an er visit waiting to happen exactly. Yeah what's up angela. Good morning good morning. What's happening so i used to direct an after school program and it was my twenty first birthday and i was feeling really good and then all of a sudden this little girl was like climbing to go onto the monkey bars and she lost her footing and the bar that she was climbing on top of when straight up between her legs and we hit she was like kindergarten and we had just taken a like childcare sexual predator class and i was standing there as a twenty one year olds going. Oh my god home. I'm going to check to make sure she's okay. So she went in the bathroom by yourself and i was standing outside the door and i was like are you all right and she goes. I believe all right. Well i guess. I either lose my job for looking or and i called her mom. Her mom was like complete panic. ended up taking her to the er. She had like internal bruising. Because it's so hard and Her mom and i are still friends. She just she's in college now but for mom and i are still friends and every year on my birthday. She messages me and she says happy birthday and happy anniversary of not being fired. Do you know Do you ever been a mackinaw angela. Yeah so megan island you how they rent you those tandem. Bicycles chelsea was on a tandem. With luke when he was young and she was falling like somebody cut right in front of like jumped out of one of the bars and cut right in front of her. And instead of having luke fall off the back of the thing she decided to take the brunt of the hit and she hit the bar right on her. You know lady. Bits and it. She had to have surgery on her vagina. Because it's and. I made mistake of asking the doctor dr werner. Hey isn't it. True that if that happened to a guy who would be more painful and werner almost want to throw me out of the hospital. A woman's private area is more delicate. Because there's more nerves than a man's private area yes. We learned that. I learned that in my parenting. Are my my therapy class. We're going to rainbow the more. You know a bigger lesson you learned was you don't up. Don't bring tree while she's in the er yes so. Vaginas are very tender so be careful with them. Marcus.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Global monetary system. Global religion, The pope is pushing it. And what's interesting is that a man named Spangler stated a U N religious expert years ago that the new World Order would only be entered into by those who took an allegiance or pledged their allegiance to loose superb And it was called the loose if Eric initiation now that bird, though, endorse this Lucifer down there He didn't endorse it. He basically carried the message that Lucifer had given to him that the U. S government has told his shut up, Never speak of again. And you just don't hear from one, the most famous. Both bipolar meaning he is circum navigate. But, you know, I'm saying that I intended but the bottom line is they pretty much locked him up and locked him away. When the first Secretary of defense James Forrestal, was appointed under the Truman administration. That's when Forrest all started attacking two people who want to bring forth all this information, and that's when he got thrown out. He was murdered. He got thrown out the third floor window of Bethesda. But before this, and how does this sound like a necklace ode of the X Files? They did everything they could do to keep the guy drugged up. I'm talking about the first secretary of defense James Forrestal with massive amounts of drugs, claiming he was hallucinating and everything and you know, I really believe so much of our quote history. Is the basis for a lot of the writings of Hollywood. That is a if you will almost 1/4 foreshadowing of things that are going to be coming on the horizon, for instance. 1953. This is really critical. This has everything to do with what bird saw and everything to do with what is the whole If you will be alien presence and the alien cover up, that's going to be revealed one of Von Braun. Everybody knows him was the first head of NASA. He was also a very brilliant probably the most brilliant rocket scientists in the history of the world up Until that time, I was part of the Nazi regime. And he was a member of the SS. He came to the United States along with hermano birth and others under Operation Paperclip. But what most people don't understand is in 1953 actually wrote it earlier, but it got published in English. 1953. He basically wrote the book, The Mars Project, and Here's where it gets interesting, And Here's how I'm Gonna Tie it all together, believe or not. The Mars project was about the colonization of Mars. And it was about the way Mars would be administered by the body of scientists would be some of the broom most brilliant men on earth. It would not have any relationship to how any government on earth was run. It would be basically a scientific utopia. And what was interesting the name that he chose. Or that body of the Martian. A rule if you will was called the eagle on the L O end you CEO Elon Musk. Obviously, I don't know how his parents shows that name, but it's very fascinating that the ruling body of Mars would be called the Ellen or Ilan. So the thing that is tying it all together is simply this. You know, one of the things that's really, uh, you get a lot of heat. We had a conference one of our true legends conference a couple years ago in UFO's and And the alien question answering alien question, and I was told by people who are there who are favorable in the intelligence community that there was a whole lot of talk going on. When I was talking about the Mars bases, Man Mars bases Man, uh, moon basis and all of the advanced technology and people said, Well, that's just crazy stuff. I personally George No. Five people six even I don't know Mr Aldrin, but he's even Made statements of that See, the problem is, is that there's two space programs of Secret space program and then you have the you know, obviously the Saturn program etcetera, but Dr Werner von Bron Was a friend of my friend. And basically they talked about stuff faster than light speed And supposedly, And then even Dave Dave Hodges has a friend. He's a friend of his ex secretary, and she verified the doctor Warner von Braun had been taken to other places, even even out al Care for now, just to put that into perspective, you guys, This is the most respective A respected.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"dr werner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Carl Sagan, Richard Hoagland, Richard C. Hogan co. Created the Pioneer plaque and predicted life on Europa in his groundbreaking paper that Europe the Europa proposal published 37 years before NASA's announced whether they had an idea about life on Europa. His vision has inspired a lot of people You've heard about our bell long time ago and now he inspires generations. Still on this programme, Richard Hoagland, Welcome to ground zero. Glad to get you on fire. Really? Thank you. Good evening, Clyde. How are you? Well, you know, my grandmother had a saying, yes, Time is God's way of keeping everything from happening at once. Okay. Good, scary looking at the landscape, you know, certainly In the last couple weeks, I think God has taken a vacation. Does everything I mean, everything is happening at once. Yeah, it is truthful, and it's all this disparate stuff. It's like the weird stuff the amazing stuff. The awful stuff, you know. Militias trying to kidnap governors President United States down with a deadly disease is our extraordinary potentials for treatments for people. 212,000 Americans dead with this thing on and then maybe Maybe. Life in the universe signified by Something found on Venus? Yeah. Kill. I mean, if he stays on vacation much longer. They may come from. Well, everybody figures putting that on their bingo card. Richard. I think that that's your apocalyptic bingo card. I think the last card or the last token, as Carol Rosen said, would be alien invasion. If that happens, When did you last talk to Carol? It's been a while, long time talkto. Find her. You know, she disappeared. I need to find her. Yeah, I'm foundry there. Just remember what she said about what Werner von Braun said back in the day. Well, I knew her when she worked for von Braun. I met von Braun through her one afternoon. We actually was able through. Von Braun is good officers. This is not a known story. We were able to save Star Trek Know that they allowed us to come to Fairchild member. He left NASA going to Fairchild and she worked for him at Fairchild Industries, which is an aerospace. Term up in Germantown, Maryland, Just up the 2 70 from Ah DC Washington, D. C. And we went up there, and we did phone banking all over the country to get a huge groundswell of Star Trek people back in the days before the Internet to a nun date. The Ford White House. With a suggestion to instead of calling the first space shuttle constitution to name it Enterprise. And our lobbying campaign worked. President Ford overruled NASA. Incurring ultimate enmity against you know who and it was all under the ages of Dr Werner von Braun, who basically said to Carol. Sure, let him come in, use the phones. It's amazing that you guys lobbied to get the enterprise. The Enterprise didn't know that I didn't know that I wanted what you call your website The Enterprise mission for so long. I guess that's why. Yeah, I thought it was a Star Trek thing because you helped write, you know, bright that one Star Trek episode sitting on the edge of forever or whatever it was or no favorite. I stole that title for my first book on all this exactly. And and Harlan Ellison wrote the wrote the script for City on the Edge of Forever, Star Trek original episode and then I looked at it and I realized Snowdonia was the embodiment of That episode, so I said to Roddenberry, you know my friend Gene. I said, I'm going to steal. It actually just stole a title from Harlan Ellison the other day for a show Hitler painted roses. Remove that title from Strange wine. Yeah, yes, Yeah, I I borrowed that for a show that I did a couple days ago. So anyway, Jean said If Harlan makes any objection, he says, I'll sit on it. Because, remember, he had to take Harlan's incredible script, Right? You know, which had ruins and You know, incredible ancient civilization and telepathic time travelers. You know, the the the Guardian of Forever and all that exactly gets it down for, you know, an hour long NBC television show. So he Rasic Leary rewrote Harlan scripts, so I just used to.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Going to make your air conditioner saying like paparazzi I think you mean yeah him too GOP TTM or the ones to call but it's hard to spell KFI AM six forty AM clown on the moon well it was good old American know how that's why as provided by good old Americans like Dr Werner phone brown I see you up there and are fun but and whose agency is approved by Expedia com ma'am I'm not even not fun but I don't say that he's hypocritical say that he's a political okay it says some harsh words for this man but some think our attitude should be one of gratitude like the widows and cripples in old London there are large pensions to this is mostly because with zero point back on Sunday April twelfth we did a whole show about operation paper clip and all of the off that Werner von Braun away with as well as all the other **** and yet there it was Tom Lehrer I and the other very famous funny performers of the nineteen sixties who were telling the U. S. government that your slip is showing and the and when we look back on it now you think well where is the rest of the country was trying to come to terms with the fact that Werner von Braun was leading our rocket program he was having none of it and he protested in a very funny way he's got a whole chapter in music is power will get back to that next on coast to coast AM this is the end product is there a media war to stop president trump David Horowitz says there is in his new book blitz David Horowitz reveals the names of the secret billionaires will post president trump Donald Trump junior urges you to read blitz Mike Huckabee says is president trump's victory plan and whether you love the president or not you.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Going to zero eight five two and in the forefront of the nuclear nations and what is it that will make it possible to spend twenty billion dollars of your money to put some clown on the moon well it was good old American know how that's what as provided by good old Americans like Dr Werner phone brown I see you up there and are fun but on a man whose agency is approved by Expedia com ma'am I'm not even not it says van are fun but I don't say that he's hypocritical say that he's a political once someone gets yeah it says some harsh words for this man but some think our attitude should be one of gratitude like the widows and cripples in old London town and they're large pensions to this is with hundreds back on Sunday.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Overnight lows fall to a muggy seventy seven by Sunday morning Sunday afternoon we could see a few more thunderstorms developing still mainly inland but rain chances bump up to a thirty percent range it's a stay pretty typical between thirty and forty percent each afternoon through the middle of the upcoming weekend highs will stay in the low nineties on the water tomorrow east winds turning west at about five not Spain inland waters smooth with a news channel eight meteorologist Amanda Holly news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at well it was good old American know how that's why as provided by good old Americans like Dr Werner phone brown some harsh words for this man but some think our attitude should be one of gratitude like the widows and cripples in old London town there are large pensions to you the internet this is mostly because.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"If you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called full bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars mission one other thing that we can do very importantly what's what's a lunar gate where rural reading based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they might you know we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that may be there especially if we do for as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot I admit and his label research firm which conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander a lot of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location is streaming that's correct and I think it highly problem with it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gateway as a quarantine facility or we can use a winner surfer space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do that another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of of bacteria there that's not correct we can we can still send astronauts quite safely to Mars we also conduct acquire one of the best proposals that I think were manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their Mars base camp this is old sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and it has a large seven times the question on the borders of partially seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is just not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit Jan on man landers and sample return devices down to the servers they bring up backs samples back to the Mars version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know harmful bacteria anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution what should be considered seriously about putting a base first in orbit around Mars and then once we're short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know something that we should go to take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin Mars base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's a that's another reason why you want to we generate as much of the water as possible you know engines are everything can be used everything from moisture in the air can be taken out and used for water so call what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're going to have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know what there are thirty forty million now shimmer it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard modes and she can use especially if you use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget there was a hundred million dollars for nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the worst of both of them agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear some of abortion the advantages of nuclear rockets yes if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronaut would use of any psychological their psychological factor being in a closed environment for a long time it reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spin spacecraft to build up an artificial gravity are you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as their NASA administrators mention the last few months it is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wanted if you want to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that the I don't think we should be just an and a hundred million on nuclear portion I think we should spend several billion every year because that's where the best talent the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear thermal propulsion system and he said that'll get us to the ends of the solar system that's exactly what will happen nuclear thermal propulsion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of the of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological help the astronauts to reduce any negative effects and Iraqi said like person can you send it will open up the entire source of the mid may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems like power by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that that this advanced technology is is I think it's a very very important addition to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion what you think of that if you got it let me I've got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts so it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and if the military works on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational would would first gravitational field or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that it's it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tries to connect them together you could take that idea and basically work on our system that would with verse gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I put a match will procedure I personally the theory is that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just forms of hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that fascinates me I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes it's possible to develop anti gravity propulsion system that would certainly be unbelievable revolution all my god yeah what is the lunar gateway rec center gateway is is a small space station that NASA wants to put into orbit around Mars you will have habitation module it'll have international cooperation you don't have that power and propulsion module to give it give the system power and to allow it to maneuver in different orbits I it it will basically support any astronauts on the servers in the sense that they can communicate with them especially after on the far side it it it act as a communications place between earth an astronaut in orbit astronauts in other orbiting vehicles and astronauts on the servers with his lawyer gave way you conduct you can go back to a lot of science damage in science research everything from medical experiments to study the sun study of the the different you know objects in space you can drive a lot send samples unmanned sample returns spacecraft down and blast them back up and bring them back up to the gateway and have astronauts scientists study it I mean it's it's it's really on a course that will serve as a model as I mention about that Lockheed Martin Mar space camp it could serve very easily as a model for Mars version of this I it is a way you know if they are to me is fascinating yeah the the idea of this a gateway like I say that was first discussed back in nineteen sixty nine with verbal and Ron and his proposal that he made to the White House space task group he wanted to put a sort of liver gateway in orbit around the moon I think if people away from people like your doctors number doesn't particularly like it I that's I have a disagreement with doctors number about that one point I do think it's important and I do think it's important for another reason with this letter gateway we should make very detailed observations of lunar anomalies everything from winner transient to date today at two detailed study of any structures that might be there one thing I want to mention I mentioned that before that we have are just parcelas see structures we have a high resolution one of Connor's order photographs the Indian space craft that was just put in the order a few weeks ago Sean run of about three couple plantation to Chandran tuition its camera is actually more high resolution that it can get down to about points three two meters wrestling while so I think wanted on what I'd like to see first even before nafta spends a rover well with a cable going to go inside this cavern in between those two sections let's get some higher resolutions Verio color photographs of the spring which is basically some of the things the doctor a lot of hello I was calling for newspaper we have a spacecraft is I I I believe it's in orbit in on Colbert I don't know the exact parameters which seems to me they should be able to pass over this area at some point why you know what I think NASA should ask them take some high resolution pictures of this and yeah you know the more data we can get to support the argument of artificiality the better where do you think it's possible we went to the moon millions of years ago with past civilizations that might have had high technology all right all right this may sound like an odd thing I think it's actually theoretically possible you know one of the people persons that I actually had brought that up years ago this is a quote that I found in one of my bag out search books on unidentified flying objects was gene Cernan the astronauts sure the apology said something like it's possible we could find the evidence of an ancient civilization on the moon or something they need the almost sort of tied into something you know on our on our planet what sort of indirectly with referencing that I don't know if you accept the theory that ad networks that was looking at and what doctor shock as looking at and that there was on earlier civilization well if it if it George if they had the capability to build the Egyptian pyramids that's right no you're talking about something it's way beyond our technical capability so there if they had that take people dory and it was an earlier civilization there's no logical reason to assume that they didn't develop space travel and be on the international space station we need more international cooperation in space don't like definitely I've yeah.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori back with you along with Rick sterling as we talk about planetary anomalies anomalies out there in space back to the moon Rick were pretty well convinced now that there's water on the moon are we definitely there's enormous amount information for a variety of space craft that verifies there's water to polls there also seems to be a very thin layer of water all over the surface now there's some discussion that might be created through their chemical action with the solar wind other on to say that they are not sure about that regardless there's a there's tons of water at the polls are no question about that is it sludgy also that's what we have to find out we don't know the exact nature of the water how deep it is yeah how much exactly is there a big sack locations we know that they're in certain general areas of the polls that's why we need to send Rovers there as the NASA administrator recently they have masters working on this one rover which will be the first well over that not a commercial company but NASA will actually sent it's called viper and it will have the spectrometers and and other devices on board due to measure the the the ad to find the water and measure the the amount that's there and how deep it is and things like that we have to get all the information about water George water is the key commodity to exploring the entire solar system in nineteen sixty eight Arthur Arthur C. Clarke wrote a book the promise of space and in chapter nineteen he starts off when he talks about what are the you know the most important commodities or or chemicals or things will find on the mound you said above all else the most important in the water water for drinking water for bathing water for cooking water for you can put the water in and get oxygen from it you can use it for you can split it into hiding auction and users walk your oxidizer no one of the problems with with our our our our luggage is that we have to keep re using I'm all the time yeah we have to keep with what we need to do is put a a refueling base either in orbit around the moon or on the servers or both so that we don't have to you know they don't have to keep flying the same mission without revealing if we can reschedule a lock on the servers are in orbit would reduce costs tremendously a line must realize is that that's why all these of vehicles are you know our our pushing towards more and more levels of re usability by the way if you get your grass starship vehicle operationalize I think there's a very good chance the well that vehicle is going to be able to land a hundred tons of cargo on the moon when I sprayed gravel your available if we get astronauts to go to Mars on a couple year mission the thing I never thought about in you keep trying to do you just kind of brought it up is what happens with all the water what do they run out of water on the spaceship to get to a plan it and get back they're dead in three days well your so you're going to have to have like closed loop life support systems that can regenerate all the water and oxygen and take care of all the waste and everything like that bad timing I can tell you is that the we're gonna have to develop those system much much better we can use the space station or national space station and welcome we can also use a by the way lunar server space or lunar orbiting base to test a lot of the equipment and procedures for a manned Mars mission that's one of the main advantages of of of actually conducting manned lunar exploration at this point it can be a testing ground for all the systems environmental rocket the you know every procedures that you're gonna need on a manned Mars mission now Mr must will probably say we'll just go you know basically the margins quickly as possible and I think doctors who would agree with that but I I'm inclined to agree with the theory that we can accelerate everything but at the same time we should be able to build a base are around the moon and build a based on the service if you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called for bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars mission one other thing that we can do very importantly was a was a lunar gate where we're orbiting based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they might you know we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that may be there especially if we do have as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot of evidence when his label reached Reynolds conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander one of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location is streaming that's correct and I think it highly problem with it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gateway as a quarantine facility or we can use a lunar surface space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do and another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of bacteria there that's not correct we can we can still send astronauts quite safely to Mars we also conduct acquire one of the best proposals that I think were manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their March base camp this is old sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and it has a large seven times the question on the borders of partially seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is to not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit chan on man landers and sample return devices down to the servers they bring up Baxter samples back to the March version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know harmful bacteria anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution let's be consider seriously about putting a base first in orbit around Mars and then once we short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know it's something that we should go take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin Mars base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's a that's another reason why you want to we generate as much of the water as possible you know everything can be used everything from moisture in the air can be taken out and used for water so call what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're gonna have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know what yeah thirty forty million now shimmer it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard loads and she can use especially if you use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget deal with a hundred million dollars for nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the worst of both of them agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear some of abortion the advantages of nuclear rockets yes if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronauts would use of any psychological their psychological back to being in a closed environment for a long time it reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spend the spacecraft to build up an artificial gravity are you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as their NASA administrators mentioned the last few months it is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wanted if you want to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that the I don't think we should be just spent a hundred million on nuclear portion I think we should spend several billion every year because that's where the answer no the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear thermal propulsion system and he said that'll get us to the ends of the solar system method badly what will happen nuclear thermal propulsion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of the of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological help the astronauts to reduce any negative effects and the Iraqi said by person can you send it will open up the entire source of the mid may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems by powered by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that that this advanced technology is is I think it's a very very important addition to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion what you think of that if you got it let me I've got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts so it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and if the military works on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational with the first gravitational field or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that it's it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tries to connect them together you could take that idea and basically work on a system that would that would burst gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I put a match will procedure I personally the theory is that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just forms of hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that fascinates me I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes it's possible to develop anti gravity propulsion system that would certainly be unbelievable revolution well my god yeah what is the lunar gateway rec center gateway is is a small space station that NASA wants to put into orbit around Mars you will have habitation module little have international cooperation you'll have that up to power and propulsion module to give it give the system power and to allow it to maneuver in different or bridge I it it will basically support any astronauts on the servers in the sense that they get it can communicate with them especially if they're on the far side it it it act as a communications space between earth an astronaut in orbit astronauts in other orbiting vehicles and astronauts on the servers which ishler gateway you conduct you can go back to a lot of science emerging science research everything from medical experiments to study the sun study of the the different you know objects in space you can drive a lot send samples on unmanned sample returns spacecraft down and blast them back up and bring them back up to the gateway and have astronauts scientists study it I mean it's it's it's really on a course that will serve as a model as I mention about that Lockheed Martin March base camp it could serve very easily as a model for Mars version of this SO ARE Sarah to me is fascinating yeah they the idea of this a gateway like I say that was first discussed back in nineteen sixty nine with verbal and Ron and his proposal that he made to the.

George nori Rick sterling hundred million dollars twenty thousand gallons hundred tons twenty fifth three days
"dr  werner" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori back with you along with Rick sterling as we talk about planetary anomalies anomalies out there in space back to the moon Rick were pretty well convinced now that there's water on the moon are we definitely there's enormous amount information for a variety of spacecraft that verifies there's water to polls there also seems to be a very thin layer of water all over the store now if some discussion that might be created through there a chemical reaction with the shoulder when other scientists say that they're not sure about that regardless there's a there's tons of water at the polls are no question about that is it sludgy also that's what we have to find out we don't know the exact nature of the water how deep it is yeah how much exactly is there a big sack locations we know that they're in certain general areas of the polls that's why we need to send Rovers there as the NASA administrator recently they have masters working on this one rover which will be the first well over that not a commercial company but NASA will actually sent it's called viper and it will have the spectrometers and and other devices on board due to major of the the the ad to find the water and measure the the amount that's there and how deep it is and things like that we have to get all the information about water George water is the key commodity to exploring the entire solar system in nineteen sixty eight Arthur Arthur C. Clarke wrote a book the promise of space and in chapter nineteen he starts off when he talks about what are the you know the most important commodities or or chemicals or things will find on the mount you said above all else the most important in the water the water for drinking water for bathing water for cooking water for you can split the water in and get oxygen promise you can use it for you can split it into hiding auction and users walk your oxidizer you know one of the problems with with our our our our blockages that we have to keep re use zing I'm all the time yep we have to keep what we need to do is put a a refueling base either in orbit around the moon or on the servers or both so that we don't have to you know they don't have to keep flying the same mission without revealing if we can reschedule a lock on the servers are in orbit it would reduce costs tremendously a line must realize is that that's why all these of vehicles are you know our our pushing towards more and more levels of re usability by the way if you get your grass starship vehicle operationalize I think there's a very good chance in well that vehicle is going to be able to land a hundred tons of cargo on the moon I sprayed gravel hello if we get astronauts to go to Mars on a couple year mission the thing I never thought about in you keep trying to do you just kind of brought it up is what happens with all the water when they run out of water on the spaceship to get to a plan it and get back they're dead in three days while you're so you're going to have to have like closed loop life support systems that can regenerate all the water and oxygen and take care of all the waste and everything like that that's coming I can tell you is that the we're gonna have to develop those system much much better we can use the space station or national space station and welcome we can also use a by the way lunar server space or lunar orbiting base to test a lot of the equipment and procedures for a manned Mars mission that's one of the main advantages of of of actually conducting manned lunar exploration at this point it can be a testing ground for all the systems environmental rocket the you know every procedures that you're gonna need on a manned Mars mission now Mr must will probably say we'll just go you know basically to Mars quickly as possible and I think doctors who would agree with that but I I'm inclined to agree with the theory that we can accelerate everything but at the same time we should be able to build a base are around the moon and go up based on the service if you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called for bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars mission one other thing that we can do very importantly what's a what's a lunar gate where rural reading based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they might you know we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that may be there especially if we do have as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot of evidence and his label reached Reynolds conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander one of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location is streaming that's correct and I think it highly problem with it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gateway as a quarantine facility or we can really use a winner surfer space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do and another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of bacteria there that's not correct we can we can still send astronauts quite safely to Mars we also conduct acquire one of the best proposals that I think for manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their March base camp this is old sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and it has a large seven times another question on the borders of partially seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is to not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit Jan on man landers and sample return devices down to the servers they bring up Baxter samples back to the March version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know harmful bacteria anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution what should be considered seriously about putting a base first in orbit around Mars and then once we're short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know something that we should go take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin Mars base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's a that's another reason why you want to we generate as much of the water as possible you know everything can be used everything from moisture in the air can be taken out and used for water so cook what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're gonna have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know what yeah thirty forty million miles from earth it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard modes and she can use especially if you use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget there was a hundred million dollars for nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the other stuff most of them agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear some of abortion the advantages of nuclear rockets are this if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronauts would use of any psychological their psychological effect of being in a closed environment for a long time it reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spin spacecraft to build up an artificial gravity are you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as their **** ministry has mentioned the last few months it is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wanted everyone to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that I don't think we should be just spend a hundred million on nuclear potion I think we should spend several billion every year because that's where the answer now the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear center propulsion system and he said that'll get us to the ends of the solar system that's exactly what will happen nuclear cervical potion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of the of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological health the astronauts to reduce any negative effects and the Iraqi said by person can you send it will open up the entire solar system and may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems like power by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that that this advanced technology is is I think it's a very very important addition to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion where you think of that if you got it let me got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts so it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and if the military walks on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational would first gravitational field or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that if it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tries to connect them together you could take that idea and basically work on a system that would that would burst gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I put a Mashable procedure I personally the theory is that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just forms of hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that fascinates me I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes it's possible to develop anti gravity propulsion system that would certainly be unbelievable revolution of yeah what is the lunar gateway wreck the.

George nori Rick sterling hundred million dollars twenty thousand gallons hundred tons twenty fifth three days
"dr  werner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nori back with you along with Rick sterling as we talk about planetary anomalies anomalies out there in space back to the moon Rick were pretty well convinced now that there's water on the moon are we definitely there's enormous amount information for a variety of space craft that verifies there's water to polls there also seems to be a very thin layer of water all over the surface now there's some discussion that might be created through there a chemical reaction with the solar wind other scientists say that they're not sure about that but regardless there's a there's tons of water at the polls are no question about that is it sludgy also that's what we have to find out we don't know the exact nature of the water how deep it is yeah yeah how much exactly is there it exact locations we know that they're in certain general areas of the polls that's why we need to send Rovers there as the NASA administrator recently they had mass is working on this one rover which will be the first rover that not a commercial company but NASA will actually stand it's called viper and it will have the spectrometers and and other devices on board due to measure the the the ad to find the water and measure the the amount that's there and how deep it is and things like that we have to get all the information about water George water is the key commodity to exploring the entire solar system in nineteen sixty eight Arthur Arthur C. Clarke wrote a book the promise of space and in chapter nineteen he starts off when he talks about one of the you know the most important commodities or or chemicals or things will find on the mound you said above all else the most important in the water water for drinking water for bathing water for cooking water for you just put the water in and get oxygen promised you can use it for you can split it into hydrogen auction and users walk a few oxidizer you know one of the problems with with our our our our luggage is that we have to keep re using I'm all the time yep we have to keep with what we need to do is put a a refueling base either in orbit around the or on the servers or both so that we don't have to you know they don't have to keep flying the same mission without revealing if we can reschedule a lock on the servers are in orbit it would reduce costs tremendously a line must realize is that that's why all his of vehicles are you know our our pushing towards more and more levels of re usability and by the way if you get your grass starship vehicle operationalize I think there's a very good chance the well that vehicle is going to be able to land a hundred tons of cargo on the moon yeah it's going to lead sprayed gravel your available if we get astronauts to go to Mars on a couple year mission the thing I never thought about in you keep trying to do you just kind of brought it up is what happens with all the water when they run out of water on the spaceship to get to a plan it and get back they're dead in three days while you're so you're gonna have to have like closed loop life support systems that can regenerate all the water and oxygen and take care of all the waste and everything like that that's coming I can tell you is that the we're gonna have to develop those system much much better we can use the space station or national space station and welcome we can also use a by the way lunar server space or were already in place to test a lot of the equipment and procedures were manned Mars mission that's one of the main advantages of of of actually conducting manned lunar exploration at this point it can be a testing ground for all the systems environmental lock it you know every procedures that you're gonna need on a manned Mars mission now Mr must will probably say we'll just go you know basically to Mars quickly as possible and I think doctors who would agree with that but I I'm inclined to agree with the theory that we can accelerate everything but at the same time we should be able to build a base are around the moon and go up based on the service if you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called full bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars mission one other thing that we can do very importantly what's what's a lunar gate where lunar orbiting based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they might we now we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that may be there especially if we do have as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot I admit and his label reached Reynolds conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander a lot of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location assuming that's correct and I think it highly problem but it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gateway as a quarantine facility or we can use our winner surfer space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do that another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of of bacteria there that's not correct we can do we can still send astronauts quite H. safely to Mars we also conduct acquire one of the best proposals that I think were manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their March base camp this is old sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and it has a large seven times the equipment on the borders of parks me seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is just not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit Jan on man landers and sample return devices down to the servers they bring up Baxter samples back to the March version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know harmful bacteria anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution let's be consider seriously about putting a base first in orbit around Mars and then once we're short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know something that we should go take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin March base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's that's another reason why you want to we generate as much of the water as possible you know everything can be used everything from moisture in the air can be taken out and used for water so call what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're gonna have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know what that thirty forty million now shimmer it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard modes and she can use especially if you use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget there was a hundred million dollars for nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the worst of both agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear thermal portion the advantages of nuclear rockets yes if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronaut would use of any psychological their psychological back to being in a closed environment for a long time they were reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spin spacecraft to build up an artificial gravity you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as their NASA administrators mention the last few months it is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wanted if you want to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that the I don't think we should be just spent a hundred million on nuclear blush and I think we should spend several billion every year because that's where the best talent the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear thermal propulsion system and he said that'll get us to the ends of the solar systematic directly what will happen nuclear thermal propulsion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of the of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological help the astronauts would use any negative effects and the Iraqi said like person can you send it will open up the entire solar system and may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems like power by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that that this advanced technology is is I think it's a very very important addition to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion what you think of that if you got it let me I've got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts so it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and if the military works on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational would first gravitational field or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that if it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tries to connect them together you could take that idea and basically work on a system that would with verse gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I put a match will physics or hyper areas that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just forms of hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that fascinates me I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes it's possible to develop anti gravity propulsion system that would certainly be unbelievable revolution oh my god yeah what is the lunar gateway wreck governor gateway is is a small space station that NASA wants to put into orbit around Mars you will have habitation module it'll have international cooperation.

George nori Rick sterling hundred million dollars twenty thousand gallons hundred tons twenty fifth three days
"dr  werner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Coast to coast George nori back with you along with rich sterling as we talk about planetary anomalies anomalies out there in space back to the moon Rick were pretty well convinced now that there's water on the moon are we definitely there's enormous amount information for a variety of space craft that verifies there's water at the polls there also seems to be a very thin layer of water all over the store now there's some discussion that might be created through their chemical action with the solar wind other on to say that they are not sure about that but regardless there's a there's tons of water at the polls are no question about that is it sludgy also that's what we have to find out we don't know the exact nature of the water how deep it is yeah how much exactly is there a big sack locations we know that they're in certain general areas of the polls that's why we need to send Rovers there as the NASA administrator recently made masses working on this one rover which will be the first well over that not a commercial company but NASA will actually sent it's called viper and it will have the spectrometers and and other devices on board due to measure the the the ad to find the water and measure the the amount that's there and how deep it is and things like that we have to get all the information about water George water is the key commodity to exploring the entire solar system in nineteen sixty eight are Sir Arthur C. Clarke wrote a book the promise of space and in chapter nineteen he starts off when he talks about what are the you know the most important commodities or or chemicals or things will find on the mound you said above all else the most important in the water water for drinking water for bathing water for cooking water for you can put the water in and get oxygen permit you can use it for you can split it into hydrogen auction and users walk your oxidizer you know one of the problems with with our our our our luggage is that we have to keep re using I'm all the time yep we have to keep what we need to do is put a a refueling base either in orbit around the moon or on the servers or both so that we don't have to you know they don't have to keep flying the same mission without revealing if we can reschedule a lock on the servers are in orbit it would reduce costs tremendously a line must realize is that that's why all these the vehicles are you know our our pushing towards more and more levels of re usability and by the way if you get your grass starship vehicle operationalize I think there's a very good chance the well that vehicle is going to be able to land a hundred tons of cargo on the moon I sprayed gravel your available if we get astronauts to go to Mars on a couple year mission the thing I never thought about in you get kind of just you just kind of brought it up is what happens with all the water when they run out of water on the spaceship to get to a plan it and get back they're dead in three days well your so you're going to have to have like closed loop life support systems that can regenerate all the water and oxygen and take care of all the waste and everything like that that's coming I can tell you is that the we're gonna have to develop those system much much better we can use the space station national space station and welcome we can also use a by the way lunar server space or lunar orbiting base to cast a lot of the equipment and procedures for manned Mars mission that's one of the main advantages of of of actually conducting manned lunar exploration at this point it can be a testing ground for all the systems environmental walk at you know every procedures that you're gonna need on a manned Mars mission now Mr must will probably say we'll just go you know basically the marshes quickly as possible and I think doctors who would agree with that but I I'm inclined to agree with the theory that we can accelerate everything but at the same time we should be able to build a base are around the moon and go up based on the service if you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called for bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars mission one other thing that we can do very importantly what's a what's a lunar gate where we're orbiting based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they might you know we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that may be there especially if we do have as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot of evidence when his label research firm which conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander lot of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location assuming that's correct and I think it highly problem with it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gateway as a quarantine facility or we can really use a lunar surface space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do and another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of our of bacteria there that's not correct we can we can still send astronauts quite safely to Mars we also conduct acquire one of the best proposals that I think were manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their March base camp this is old sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and it has a large seven times among the question on the borders of partially seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is just not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit Jan on man landers and sample return devices down to the servers they bring up Baxter samples back to the March version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know harmful bacteria anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution let's be consider seriously about putting a base first in orbit around Mars and then once we short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know something that we should that take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin March base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's that's another reason why you want to we generate as much of the water as possible you know you're there everything can be used everything from moisture in the air can be taken out and used for water so call what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're going to have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know what yeah thirty forty million now shimmer it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard modes and she can use especially if you use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget there was a hundred million dollars with nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the worst of both of them agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear some of abortion the advantages of nuclear rockets yes if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronauts would use of any psychological their psychological back to being in a closed environment for a long time they were reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spend the spacecraft to build up an artificial gravity are you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as their **** ministers mentioned the last few months give me is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wondered if you want to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that I don't think we should be just spent a hundred million on nuclear approach and I think we should spend several billion every year because that's the best you know the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear thermal propulsion system and he said that'll get us to the ends of the solar system that's a correctly what will happen nuclear cervical portion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of the of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological help the astronauts to reduce any negative effects and the Iraqi said by person can you send it will open up the entire source of the mid may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems by power by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that that this advanced technology is is I think it's a very very important decision to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion what you think of that if you got it let me I've got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts so it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and that the military works on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational with the first gravitational P. or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that if it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tries to connect them together you could take that idea and basically work on a system that would that would burst gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I put a match will procedure I personally know theory is that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just forms of hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that fascinates me I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes it's possible to develop anti gravity propulsion system that would certainly be unbelievable revolution well my god yeah what is the lunar gateway rec center gateway is is a small space station that NASA wants to put into orbit around Mars you will have habitation module it'll have international cooperation you don't have that power and propulsion module to give it give the system power and to allow it to maneuver in different orbits.

George nori Rick hundred million dollars twenty thousand gallons hundred tons twenty fifth three days
"dr  werner" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on 600 WREC

"What we see and ninety two point one FM and welcome back to coast to coast George nori back with you along with Rick sterling as we talk about planetary anomalies anomalies out there in space back to the moon Rick were pretty well convinced now that there's water on the moon are we all definitely there's enormous amount information for a variety of space craft that verifies there's water at the polls there also seems to be a very thin layer of water all over the surface now if some discussion that might be created through there a chemical reaction with the solar wind other fine to say that they are not sure about that but regardless there's a there's tons of water at the polls are no question about that is it sludgy also that's what we have to find out we don't know the exact nature of the water how deep it is yeah how much exactly is there a big sack locations we know that they're in certain general areas of the polls that's why we need to send Rovers there as the NASA administrator recently they have masters working on this one rover which will be the first well over that not a commercial company but NASA will actually sent it's called viper and it will have the spectrometers and and other devices on board due to major of the the the ad to find the water and measure the the amount that's there and how deep it is and things like that we have to get all the information about water George water is the key commodity to exploring the entire solar system in nineteen sixty eight dollars for Arthur C. Clarke wrote a book the promise of space and in chapter nineteen he starts off when he talks about what are the you know the most important commodities or or chemicals or things will find on the mound you said above all else the most important as water water for drinking water for bathing water for cooking water for you can split the water in and get oxygen promised you can use it for you can split it into hydrogen auction and users walk you oxidizer you know one of the problems with with our our our our luggage is that we have to keep re using I'm all the time yep we have to keep what we need did you wish for a refueling base either in orbit around the moon or on the servers or both so that we don't have to you know review don't have to keep flying the same mission without refueling if we can reschedule a lock on the servers are in orbit it would reduce costs tremendously a line must realize is that that's why all his of vehicles are you know our our pushing towards more and more levels of re usability and by the way if you get years starship vehicle operationalize I think there's a very good chance he will that vehicle is going to be able to land a hundred tons of cargo on the moon I sprayed gravel your available if we get astronauts to go to Mars on a couple year mission the thing I never thought about in you keep trying to do you just kind of brought it up is what happens with all the water when they run out of water on the spaceship to get to a plan it and get back they're dead in three days well your so you're gonna have to have like closed loop life support systems that can regenerate all the water and oxygen and take care of all the waste and everything like that that's coming I can tell you that the we're gonna have to develop those system much much better we can use the space station or national space station they love him we can also use a by the way lunar server space or were orbiting base to cast a lot of the equipment and procedures were manned Mars mission that's one of the main advantages of of of actually conducting manned lunar exploration at this point it can be a testing ground for all the systems environmental walk at you know every procedures that you're gonna need on a manned Mars mission now of Mr must will probably say we'll just go you know basically the margins quickly as possible and I think doctors who would agree with that but I I'm inclined to agree with the theory that we can accelerate everything but at the same time we should be able to build a base are around the moon and go up based on the service if you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called full bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars mission one other thing that we can do very importantly what's what's a lunar gate where rural averting based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they might we now we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that maybe there especially if we do for as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot I admit and his label reached prevalence conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander lot of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location is streaming that's correct and I think it highly problem with it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gateway as a quarantine facility or we can really use a lunar surface space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do and another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of bacteria there that's not correct we can we can still send astronauts quite it safely to Mars we also conduct choir one of the best proposals that I think were manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their March base camp this is old sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and they have a large seven times among the equipment on the borders of partially seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is just not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit Jan on man landers and sample return devices down to the servers it bring up facts samples back to the March version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know harmful bacteria anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution let's do consider seriously about putting a base first in orbit around Mars and then once we're short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know something that we should go take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin Mars base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's that's another reason why you want to we generate as much of the water as possible you know everything can be used everything from moisture in the air can be taken out and used for water so could what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're gonna have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know what that thirty forty million now shimmer it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard modes and she can use especially if you use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget there was a hundred million dollars for nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the worst of both of them agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear some of abortion the advantages of nuclear rockets yes if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronauts would use of any psychological their psychological back to being in a closed environment for a long time they were reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spin spacecraft to build up an artificial gravity you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as the NASA administrators mention the last few months gimmick is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wanted if you want to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that the I don't think we should be just spend a hundred million on nuclear portion I think we should spend several billion every year because that's where the answer you know the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear thermal propulsion system and he said that'll get us to the ends of the solar system that's exactly what will happen nuclear thermal propulsion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological health the astronaut to reduce any negative effects and the Iraqi said like person can you send it will open up the entire solar system and may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems like power by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that that this advanced technology is is I think it's a very very important addition to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion where you think of that if you got it let me I've got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts so it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and if the military works on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational would would first gravitational field or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that if it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tries to connect them together you could take that idea and basically work on a system that would with verse gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I could imagine what projects are hyper the theory is that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just forms of hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that fascinates me I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes it's possible to develop anti gravity propulsion system that would certainly be unbelievable revolution oh my god yeah what is the lunar gateway wreck governor gateway is is a small space station that NASA wants to put into.

George nori Rick sterling hundred million dollars nineteen sixty eight dollars twenty thousand gallons hundred tons twenty fifth three days
"dr  werner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori back with you along with Rick sterling as we talk about planetary anomalies anomalies out there in space back to the moon Rick were pretty well convinced now that there's water on the moon are we definitely there's enormous amount information for a variety of space craft that verifies there's water to polls there also seems to be a very thin layer water all over the store now if some discussion that might be created through their chemical action with the solar wind other I just say that they are not sure about that but regardless there's a there's tons of water at the polls are no question about that is it sludgy also that's what we have to find out we don't know the exact nature of the water how deep it is yeah how much exactly is there a big sack locations we know that they're in certain general areas of the poll that's why we need to send Rovers there as the NASA administrator recently they have masters working on this one will work which will be the first well over that not a commercial company but NASA will actually stand it's called viper and it will have the spectrometers and and other devices on board due to measure the the the ad to find the water and measure the the amount that's there and how deep it is and things like that we have to get all the information about water George water is the key commodity to exploring the entire solar system in nineteen sixty eight Arthur Arthur C. Clarke wrote a book the promise of space and in chapter nineteen he starts off when he talks about one of the you know the most important commodities or or chemicals or things will find on the mound he says above all else the most important in the water water for drinking water for bathing water for cooking water for you can split the water in and get oxygen permit you can use it for you can split it into hydrogen auction and users walk you oxidizer you know one of the problems with with our our our our luggage is that we have to keep re using I'm all the time yep we have to keep what we need to do is put a refueling base either in orbit around the or on the servers or both so that we don't have to you know review don't have to keep flying the same mission without revealing if we can reschedule a lock on the servers are in orbit it would reduce costs tremendously a line must realize is that that's why all these the vehicles are you know our our pushing towards one more levels of re usability by the way if you get your grass starship vehicle operational right I think there's a very good chance the well that vehicle is going to be able to land a hundred tons of cargo on the moon I sprayed gravel we can we will if we get astronauts to go to Mars on a couple year mission the thing I never thought about in you get kind of just you just kind of brought it up is what happens with all the water when they run out of water on the space ship to get to a plan it and get back they're dead in three days well your so you're gonna have to have like closed loop life support systems that can regenerate all the water and oxygen and take care of all the waste and everything like that that's coming I can tell you that the we're gonna have to develop those system much much better we can use the space station or national space station and welcome we can also use the by the way lunar server space or were orbiting base to cast a lot of the equipment and procedures for manned Mars mission that's one of the main advantages of of of actually conducting manned lunar exploration at this point it can be a testing ground for all the systems environmental rocket you know every procedures that you're gonna need on a manned Mars mission now Mr must will probably say we'll just go you know basically the margins quickly as possible and I think doctors who would agree with that but I I'm inclined to agree with the theory that we can accelerate everything but at the same time we should be able to build a base are around the moon and build a based on the service if you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called for bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars mission one other thing that we can do very importantly what's a what's a lunar gate where we're orbiting based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they might you know we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that may be there especially if we do have as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot I admit and his label research firm which conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander a lot of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location is streaming that's correct and I think it highly problem with it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gateway as a quarantine facility or we can use our winner surfer space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do and another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of our bacteria there that's not correct we can we can still send astronauts quite safely to Mars we also conduct acquire one of the best proposals that I think were manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their marsh base camp this is old sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and it has a large seven times the equipment on the borders of possibly seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is to not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit Jan on mainlanders and sample return devices down to the servers they bring up backs samples back to the March version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know on pull back here anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution let's be consider seriously about putting a base first in orbit around Mars and then once we short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know something that we should that take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin Mars base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's that's another reason why you want to we generate as much of the water as possible you know you have the everything can be use everything from moisture in the air can be taken out and used for water so co what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're going to have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know what that thirty forty million now shimmer it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard modes and she can use especially if you use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget there was a hundred million dollars for nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the worst of both of them agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear some of abortion the advantages of nuclear rockets yes if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronaut would use of any psychological their psychological back to being in a closed environment for a long time it reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spend the spacecraft good to build up an artificial gravity you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as the NASA administrators mention the last few months it is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wanted if you want to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that I don't think we should be just spend a hundred million on nuclear portion I think we should spend several billion every year because that's where the answer you know the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear thermal propulsion system and he said that'll get us to the ends of the solar system that's exactly what will happen former propulsion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of the of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological help the astronauts to reduce any negative effects and the Iraqi said like person can you send it will open up the entire source of the mid may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems like power by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that that this advanced technology is a I think it's a very very important addition to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion what you think of that if you got it let me I've got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts so it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and the military walks on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational would would first gravitational field or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that it's it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tries to connect them together you could take that idea and basically work on a system that would that would burst gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I put a match will procedure I personally the theory is that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just warms up hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that initially I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes.

George nori Rick sterling hundred million dollars twenty thousand gallons hundred tons twenty fifth three days
"dr  werner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KTRH

"Coast George nori back with you along with Rick sterling as we talk about planetary anomalies anomalies out there in space back to the moon Rick were pretty well convinced now that there's water on the moon are we definitely there's enormous amount information for a variety of space craft that verifies there's water to polls there also seems to be a very thin layer of water all over the surface now there's some discussion that might be created through there a chemical reaction with the solar wind other scientists say that they're not sure about that but regardless there's a there's tons of water at the polls are no question about that is it sludgy also that's what we have to find out we don't know the exact nature of the water how deep it is yeah how much exactly is there a big sack locations we know that they're in certain general areas of the polls that's why we need to send Rovers there as the NASA administrator recently they have masters working on this one will work which will be the first well over that not a commercial company but NASA will actually sent it's called viper and it will have the spectrometers and and other devices on board due to measure the the the ad to find the water and measure the the amount that's there and how deep it is and things like that we have to get all the information about water George water is the key commodity to exploring the entire solar system in nineteen sixty eight Arthur Arthur C. Clarke wrote a book the promise of space and in chapter nineteen he starts off when he talks about what are the you know the most important commodities or or chemicals or things will find on the mound you said above all else the most important in the water water for drinking water for bathing water for cooking water for you just put the water in and get oxygen from it you can use it for you can split it into hydrogen auction and users walk a few oxidizer you know one of the problems with with our our our our blockages that we have to keep re using I'm all the time yep we have to keep what we need to do is put a a refueling base either in orbit around the moon or on the servers or both so that we don't have to you know they don't have to keep flying the same mission without revealing if we can reschedule a lock on the servers are in orbit it would reduce costs tremendously a line must realize is that that's why all these of vehicles are you know our our pushing towards more and more levels of re usability and by the way if you get your grass starship vehicle operationalize I think there's a very good chance the well that vehicle is going to be able to land a hundred tons of cargo on the moon yeah it's going to I sprayed gravel we will if we get astronauts to go to Mars on a couple year mission the thing I never thought about in you get kind of do you just kind of brought it up is what happens with all the water what if they run out of water on the spaceship to get to a plan it and get back they're dead in three days while you're so you're gonna have to have like closed loop life support systems that can regenerate all the water and oxygen and take care of all the waste and everything like that the only thing I can tell you that the we're gonna have to develop those system much much better we can use the space station international space station and welcome we can also use a by the way lunar server space or were orbiting base to cast a lot of the equipment and procedures for a manned Mars mission that's one of the main advantages of of of actually conducting manned lunar exploration at this point it can be a testing ground for all the systems environmental lock it you know every procedures that you're gonna need on a manned Mars mission now Mr must will probably say we'll just go you know basically to Mars quickly as possible and I think doctors who would agree with that but I I'm inclined to agree with the theory that we can accelerate everything but at the same time we should be all build a base are around the moon and go up based on the service if you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called for bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars missions one other thing that we can do very importantly what's was a lunar gate where we're orbiting based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they might you know we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that may be there especially if we do have as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot of evidence and his label reached Reynolds conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander lot of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location assuming that's correct and I think it highly problem with it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gateway as a quarantine facility or we can really use a lunar surface space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do that another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of bacteria there that's not correct we can we can still send astronauts quite it safely to Mars we also conduct acquire one of the best proposals that I think were manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their marsh base camp this is old sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and it has a large seven times another question on the borders of partially seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is just not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit Jan on man landers and sample return devices down to the servers they bring up facts samples back to the March version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know harmful bacteria anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution let's be consider seriously about putting a base first in orbit around Mars and then once we short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know something that we should go take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin Mars base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's that's another reason why you want to we generate as much of the water as possible you know gyms are everything can be used everything from moisture in the air can be taken out and used for water so could what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're gonna have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know it yeah thirty forty million miles from earth it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard modes and she can use especially if you use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget there was a hundred million dollars for nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the worst of both agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear some of abortion the advantages of nuclear rockets yes if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronaut would use of any psychological their psychological back to being in a closed environment for a long time reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spin spacecraft to build up an artificial gravity you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as their **** ministers mention the last few months it is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wanted if you want to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that the I don't think we should be just an and a hundred million on nuclear portion I think we should spend several billion every year because that's the best you know the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear thermal propulsion system and he said that'll get us to the ends of the solar system that's exactly what will happen nuclear thermal propulsion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological help the astronauts to reduce any negative effects and the Iraqi said like person can you send it will open up the entire source of the mid may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems by power by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that that this advanced technology is is I think it's a very very important addition to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion what you think of that if you got it let me I've got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts so it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and if the military works on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational would would first gravitational field or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that if it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tries to connect them together you could take that idea and basically work on a system that would that would burst gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I put a Mashable procedure I personally the theory is that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just forms of hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that fascinates me I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes it's possible to develop anti gravity propulsion system that would certainly be unbelievable revolution well my god yeah what is the lunar gateway rec center gateway is is a small space station that NASA wants to put into orbit around Mars you will have habitation module it'll have international cooperation.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori back with you along with Rick sterling as we talk about planetary anomalies anomalies out there in space back to the moon Rick were pretty well convinced now that there's water on the moon are we all definitely there's enormous amount information for a variety of space craft that verifies there's water to polls there also seems to be a very thin layer of water all over the surface now with some discussion that might be created to their chemical action with the solar wind either scientists say that they're not sure about that but regardless there's a there's tons of water at the polls are no question about that is it sludgy also that's what we have to find out we don't know the exact nature of the water how deep it is yeah how much exactly years their babies act locations we know that they're in certain general areas of the polls that's why we need to send Rovers there as the NASA administrator recently that NASA is working on this one rover which will be the first rover that not a commercial company but NASA will actually sent it's called the viper and it will have the spectrometers and and other devices on board due to major the the the ad to find the water and measure the the amount that's there and how deep it is and things like that we have to get all the information about water George water is the key commodity to exploring the entire solar system in nineteen sixty eight dollars for Arthur C. Clarke wrote a book the promise of space in in chapter nineteen he starts off when he talks about one of the you know the most important commodities or or chemicals or things will find on the mound he said above all else the most important in the water water for drinking water for bathing water for cooking water for you can put the water in and get oxygen promised you can use it for you can split it into hiding auction and users walk you oxidizer you know one of the problems with with our our our our blockages that we have to keep re using I'm all the time we have to keep what we need to do is put a refueling base either in orbit around the moon or on the servers or both so that we don't have to you know the the don't have to keep flying the same mission without revealing if we can reschedule a lock on the servers are in orbit it would reduce costs tremendously a line must realizes that Best Buy all his of vehicles are you know our our pushing towards more and more levels of reusability by the way if you get cheers starship vehicle operationalize I think there's a very good chance in well that vehicle is going to be able to land a hundred tons of cargo on the moon when I sprayed gravel hello if we get astronauts to go to Mars on a couple year mission the thing I never thought about in you keep trying to do you just kind of brought it up is what happens with all the water they run out of water on the spaceship to get to a plan it and get back they're dead in three days while you're so you're going to have to have like a closed loop life support systems that can regenerate all the water and oxygen and take care of all the waste and everything like that that's coming I can tell you that the we're gonna have to develop those system much much better we can use the space station or national space station and welcome we can also use a by the way lunar server space or were orbiting base to test a lot of the equipment and procedures for manned Mars mission that's one of the main advantages of I've actually conducting manned lunar exploration at this point it can be a testing ground for all the systems environmental walk at you know every procedures that you're gonna need on a manned Mars mission now Mr must will probably say we'll just go you know basically the margins quickly as possible and I think doctors who would agree with that but diet I'm inclined to agree with the theory that we can accelerate everything but at the same time we should be able to build a base are around the moon and go up based on the service if you go back in time to nineteen sixty nine when Dr Werner von Braun gave his report to the White House space task group that report called full bases in orbit around the moon bases on the surface of the moon and then eventually manned Mars mission one other thing that we can do very importantly what's what's a lunar gate where lunar orbiting based if we bring samples back from Mars or any other place an astronaut back they may need to be quarantined because they'd like we are we don't know exactly the nature of any life forms of microbial life forms that may be there especially if we do have as if Dr Gil Levin is shown there is a lot I admit and when his label research primal which conducted nineteen seventy six on the Viking lander a lot of evidence that there is a microbial life on Mars location assuming that's correct and I think it's highly problem but it is we're gonna need to quarantine those astronauts and samples we can use the lunar gave way as a quarantine facility or we can use a lunar surface space which is what doctor Verity Garia wants to do another type of quarantine facility so the idea that you can't go to Mars because you'd be overly concerned about a possible pathogenic nature of bacteria there that's not correct we can do we can still send astronauts quite it safely to Mars we also conduct acquire one of the best proposals that I think were manned Mars missions was put out by Lockheed Martin with their March base camp this is all sort of Mars version of the winter gateway and it has a large seven times the question on the borders of box me seven times in a laboratory module what they want to do is just not land astronauts immediately on the first mission just put the spacecraft on orbit Jan on man landers and sample return devices down to the servers we bring up facts chapels back to the March version of the gateway and then you can do a series of tests to make sure there's a no possibility of you know harmful bacteria anything it seems to me that would be a wise precaution what should be considered seriously about putting a base forced in orbit around Mars and then once we short of of the nature of the material there we can mention astronauts there I think that's just you know something that we should go take a hard look at I think Lockheed Martin March base camp is an excellent idea that NASA should take a serious look at I just as some quick calculations that we would need on a for your mission to the Mars to up to back at least ten thousand plus gallons maybe even twenty thousand gallons of water on that ship right that's that's another reason why you want to generate as much of the water as possible you know everything can be used everything from moisture in there can be taken out and used for water so what's called a closed loop life support system does that we're gonna have to make it a lot more closed in a lot you know you get out there you know it thirty forty million now shimmer it's not gonna be that easy to turn around there are some aboard mode which you can use a specially for use nuclear propulsion that's another thing that I think should masses it should take a look back and they are taking a look at it in last year's budget there was a hundred million dollars for nuclear thermal propulsion a nuclear rocket system in this year's budget both house in Congress over they have differences on some of the worst of both of them agree we should are they put money about a hundred million dollars again for a nuclear some caution you vantage's of nuclear rockets yes if you have nuclear rocket you can get there much quicker that reduces the radiation effect on the astronaut would use of any psychological their psychological back to being in a closed environment for a long time reduces the effect of micro gravity on astro system you don't spin spacecraft to build up an artificial gravity well you know there's just nuclear propulsion at as the NASA administrators mention the last few months it is a game changer and of course that's what Werner von Braun wanted if you want to have nuclear propulsion and we can do that now we can do it effectively I think that's something that I don't think we should be just spent a hundred million on nuclear portion I think we should spend several billion every year because that's the best the system that can get us to the entire solar system most people don't realize when president Kennedy made the commitment for the Apollo lunar landing in that same speech on may twenty fifth nineteen sixty one he also called for an acceleration of what was then called the rover nuclear Seneca postion system anything that'll get us to the ends of the solar system that's exactly what will happen thermal propulsion is the key technology to protect the astronauts reduce the effect of the of the mission of the of the mission and time and the effect on the physical and psychological health the astronaut to reduce any negative effects and the Iraqi said by person can you send it will open up the entire source of them it may eventually also lead to even more advanced types of propulsion systems by power by nuclear fusion rock so that's something else that you know that this advanced technology is is I think is a very very important decision to the bases around the moon what about anti gravity propulsion we think of that if you got it let me got it in my closet I know that there's been some discussions with the the military has anti gravity propulsion it's not inconceivable I mean you you know there are black projects with the with the government conducts it in my mind it's not inconceivable out at area fifty one or some other location and the military works on advanced aircraft that they could have developed some sort of gravitational with the first gravitational field or something I don't know if it's based on back injured back engineered UFOs I'm not sure about that but I do know that if it's not inconceivable that we that that can happen I think that you know that when you look at Einstein's United fielder which looks at all the different forces and tristate connected together you could take that idea and basically work on a system that would that would burst gravity yeah there's a fairy in modern physics of of hyperspace you know I put a match will procedure I personally is that all these different forms of energy electromagnetic energy all the different forms gravitational energy magnetic energy whatever they're all basically just forms of hyper dimensional energy I think that's a that's something that fascinates me I think there's probably a lot of truth to that so yes it's possible to develop anti gravity propulsion system that would certainly be unbelievable revolution of yeah what is the lunar gateway wreck so in a very Wei is is a small space station that.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KOMO

"Had a soda mixed with one of the small bottles of whatever alcohol was. And suddenly, she called out to Dan, and he came right over and he was unable to breathe. She was there with her husband, a doctor celebrating anniversary. He says after taking that drink, she abruptly experienced acute physical distress and collapsed. The family says, Dr Werner administered CPR until paramedics arrived officials in DR saying there were no signs of foul play and that Warner died of respiratory failure, and pulmonary Edina essentially excess fluid in the lungs, Maryland couple sixty three year old and the Faneuil Edward homes and his fiancee, forty nine year old Cynthia and day were found dead. The cause of death was also the same exact respiratory failure that killed Warriner the resort where the tourists died is Bahia Principe, a sprawling all inclusive property east of. Something Domingo in response to the three deaths in less than a week. The resort sane staff follow the proper protocol, and telling us, we are deeply saddened by the incident and want to express our deepest condolences to their family and friends this coming at the Dominican Republic has already faced damaging headlines this year after two American tourists died and another was attack while on vacation, when we go to these resorts, we really feel safe. We feel like we're in paradise. We let our guards down. We have a good time. And that's when bad things happen Bill we're resident Tammy Laurence says she was beaten nearly to.

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"dr  werner" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"dr werner" Discussed on KOMO

"Soda mixed with one of the small bottles of whatever alcohol was. And suddenly, she called out to Dan. And he came right over and she was unable to breathe. She was there with her husband, a doctor celebrating anniversary. He says after taking that drink, she abruptly experienced acute physical distress and collapsed. The family says, Dr Werner administered CPR until paramedics arrived officials in the DR saying there were no signs of foul play and that Warner died of respiratory failure, and pulmonary Dima essentially excess fluid in the lungs, Maryland couple sixty three year old Nathaniel Edward homes and his fiancee, forty nine year old Cynthia and day were found dead. The cause of death was also the same exact respiratory failure that killed Warriner the resort where the tourists died is Bahia Principe, a sprawling all inclusive property, east of something Domingo in response to the three deaths in less than a week, the resort, Saint staff, follow the proper protocol and telling us, we are deeply. Saddened by the incident and want to express our deepest condolences to their family and friends this coming at the Dominican Republic has already faced damaging headlines this year after two American tourists died and another was attack while on vacation, when we go to these resorts, we really feel safe. We feel like we're in paradise. We let our guards down. We have a good time. And that's when bad things happen. Bill aware resident Tammy Laurence says she was beaten nearly to death in January by an attacker, who was wearing a hotel uniform while she was staying at majestic elegance resort. And in March New Yorkers Orlando more and Porsche Ravanell vanishing on the drive to the airport. Thirty bodies discovered days, apart, the rental car fish from the bottom of the sea of thirties, the Dominican Republic believed the couple was involved in a car accident along an oceanfront highway. But now, two members of congress are calling for an FBI investigation. Now all of the. The hotels involved are cooperating with the police right now. But again to families of those victims say enough is not being done. For instance, the Warner family wants to know why the glass that she was drinking from just before. She collapsed wasn't tested.

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