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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was astronaut John Glenn next up is an interview that dovetails nicely with the interview I did with Andrea at the top of this hour here she is with her husband the Pulitzer Prize winning astronomer Dr Carl Sagan being interviewed by WQXR's Lloyd moss in nineteen eighty five they're discussing the Voyager interstellar record project which was trans and Sagan's first collaboration together at the time that the mission was being planned question was posed what would be the most cost effective way to include a message since we're sending a spacecraft anyway to add a message a greeting it turned out that the most the most efficient way to send information is on a phonograph record and so affixed to each of the Voyager spacecraft are two golden phonograph records along with a stylus and instructions for play in graves in the outer cover of the record should a space faring civilization come upon it as it was getting music I understand yes No so we just say one thing about the record that the spacecraft are as any says on on missions of of exploration and discovery in the outer solar system but by an accident of celestial mechanics after that mission is done they are flown out of the solar system into the interstellar dark now that is a very benign environment and a record out there can survive for something like a billion years in a billion years the spacecraft will circumnavigate the Milky Way galaxy four times so there's an awful long period of time in which they could be encountered by someone else so it's in that context in which to these records have been fixed no on the records are a a hundred and sixteen pictures encoded digitally they are greeting listen sixty my languages and one away language and there's an hour and a half of the of the world's great music no we don't imagine that an extraterrestrial being sometime in the far future will understand the whole lower the equivalent but nevertheless our greetings and all these languages we hope that the pictorial material will be will be clear but you could argue that maybe some of that would be obscure and the music is is the real the real issue is it possible that creatures that are very different from us with very different histories might nevertheless be able to understand something of our feelings or emotions from the music that we send that was Carl Sagan and ran on WQXR's this is my music program back in nineteen eighty five our next and final clip as of someone you may have heard on the segment back in October but it's such an interesting interview that we thought we should play you another sound bite from it you're about to hear an interview the station re aired on October eleventh nineteen sixty eight with science and sci fi writer Sir Arthur C. Clarke he talks with Patricia Marx who hosted a weekly series where she spoke with many creative minds of the sixties including George Balanchine and Lorraine Hansberry Clark collaborated with the filmmaker Stanley Kubrick on the screen play for two thousand one a space Odyssey and here he is discussing where science and sci fi meet list main story the film is an expedition to Jupiter C. mobile wireless signal leads and that among the ones of you for the reelection of the movie starts no is this science fiction in fiction in the sense of having being completely fantastic and having no basis in in the realm of possibility the possible it's entirely science I mean everything in it is factual it could happen it's based entirely on scientific realities and we've knoll pains and expensive been spared to make it as realistic as possible so you're saying actually that in the year two thousand one this actually might happen well certain the next century I mean obviously I don't to predict that when we get to the phone will find evidence of extraterrestrials life there of higher intelligences but all this kind of thing could happen eventually something about this I believe will happen I don't guarantee what happened in the year two thousand and one that was science and sci fi writer Sir Arthur C. Clarke talking about his collaboration with the filmmaker Stanley Kubrick on the screen play.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show

The Johnny Carson Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show

"McNair you'll be you'll be back in a second okay. Sometimes when things are working we keep it increased. Guess don't really go. Oh well no no no we fly commercial here. You'RE GONNA stay with us a while even though you plug your show. Yeah Yeah okay sure. Okay like most of those big guys so you don't have to get back to the shootings. Good Yup no all right. We'll do this. We're going to say all month actually hear from Richard Pryor Linda Smith Monday night. I want to mention that he's going to be hosting Harvey Korman I'm going to come and sit right in that seat there when he does the model. Oh you're going to get a little spinach not well. That's all you all you have to look at Harvey and goes into he goes catatonic not well and he's going to be a with Bonnie Franklin. Tom Recent Baseball's Bob Ukraine Helen. Gurley Brown on Tuesday night we have the Icefield awkward saying the Best Carson Yen. We have people like Beverly Lee Sills. Who is right there Tony Randall? They're funny comedian. By the name of George Miller and from Cornell Dr. Carl Sagan is with his on Tuesdays League leader. Dick Kavak Tony. Newly Laura Call George Burns Marvin Hamilton and Donald J. Duck. Donald Duck will be on the show. There was a man named Donald. Oh Really J. Duck. I think he's with the Department of Interior's with the United States government and he's legitimate name is Donald Duck and you WanNa talk about going through life with problems. Yeah what a Nice Nice going to be going to a motel in your name. Come out and lock him out in writing that down speak it a harvey. You don't have much admire you and Harvey and they're replaying in that order incidentally not raw. What's up with you and Harvey Notch cracking me up? And they've been re running a lot of the composites of Carol show from around the country and those sketches hold up but you and Harvey have got something going between you. He doesn't seem to be able to break you up very often but you will. Have you look at him you eyeball oh him. Yeah and Harvey that the mouse starts to go the is dance the jaw trembles. He did the the shoulder start to go. Yeah it's a kind of started. We were in his dressing room. One time it's doing the show and he was Dressed in a chicken outfit and had the big feet had red stockings on pantyhose and he had a chicken body and chicken wings and this huge chicken in order to talk to me had to lift up the beach. You know listen. I was dressed as an Avon.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Science Friday

"A significant further a step towards the origin of life. We don't know but Titan is sitting there waiting for us and we're going because in three years a joint joint NASA ESA European Space Agency mission called Cassini is to be launched to arrive in the Saturn the system in the year two thousand four and an entry probe capable of of examining organic chemistry is going to enter into the atmosphere of Titan sampling. Fling as it descends. And if we're lucky it will survive the lending and see what's down there. It's a very interesting fact that you want to understand the origin of life on earth. The best place to go maybe tight amazing and of course a lot of this came out of the voyager mostly all of it the modern stuff that we know came out of the voyager missions quite right and and The the titans stuff I've just been describing is fundamentally based on voyager data you see there's a spacecraft to spacecraft board you wanted to product of American American industry run by the government via the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA and Caltech that came in on time under under budget and vastly exceeded the the expectations of its designers. It is responsible for for almost all we know about most of the solar system the Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune systems and now those two spacecraft still working splendidly really are on their way to the stars looking back at the Pale blue dot. Let's go to Jane in Eugene Oregon. Hi Jane thanks for taking my call. I'm wondering Mr Sagan if you're assuming that we will not trash any new environment that we may create Out in space and And if so what do you base this This assumption on this wildly optimistic assumption Of course we are a lot more slovenly than we ought to be and we are are not doing well with our own planet and you might very well argue. Let's hold off messing up other worlds until we can demonstrate. We know what to do with our own. Let's make the earth in Earth like planet before we talk about Mahan other worlds in Earth like planet. I would be very concerned along these lines. If there were life on some of the planet then I would say that planet belongs whatever. The word belong means to the beings on on that planet and we have a real responsibility to exercise the most extreme care there but as far as we know there is no life in the entire solar system except on the third planet from the Sun. The Earth is our society ready for news about life in another planet. If we were to conclusively civilly say we have discovered live someplace. Can we handle it. If it's microbial I think nobody is going to worry about it at all but if we get at a message from another civilization in the depths of space. That's very different than I. Try To. Imagine what the various reactions nations of various human constituencies will be in my in my novel contact I think I think many people would look at it with an enormous sense of wonder You see if we got a message it would have to be from somebody much smarter than us because anybody dumped on us is to Adam to send a message we've just invented radio So really smart guys telling us what they know. That means that every branch of human knowledge is now up for reconsideration. Some people of course a human knowledge but you know things like social organization and religion. Some people of course will be defensive about it and worry you know what have they assume. That isn't true and even in science you know. Do we get something wrong and fundamental astronomy. Oh you do. We make a mistake in in mathematics. Somewhere you can see people being really nervous but the chance to tap in to such knowledge. It's like going to school for the first time I'm running out of time. I have just two minutes left but while I have you here had can't I have to ask you a couple of science question one. What is your take on the the problem that we've just? I've been listening about that. The the news that the solar so the the the universe may be younger than some of the galaxies. It's fantastic isn't it. So in telling you that their children are her older than they are You know something's wrong but we're just talking about factors of to either. Our method of dating the stars is wrong or method of dating universe universes wrong. Those are the only two possibilities I think the most likely cases that we have the age of stars right and we'll find out that there's something wrong with our our dating of the of the universe but tune in it's a great question and the other great question is what is all the missing dark matter. Do we have any idea. It gets worse all the time the more we keep hearing more about it. Well there are plenty of ideas than all mutually exclusive It it's dark matter is just stuff that we no they're from it's it's there from its gravitational influence but we can't see. Yeah well you IRA and I are sources of matter. That don't radiate the eight much into space and yet we have some s it might be you know snowballs. It might be neutrinos with rest mass. It might be black holes. It might be a kind of elementary particle. That no one on earth is detecting yet. We don't know it ranges from the prosaic to the extremely exotic and their the two. We're GONNA find out the answer. It's very sobering that we could be sitting in objects that ninety five percent of the universe is made of and we have no idea what it is is really a sobering thought about. Ah In that way. It's depressing. The other way is look. We've discovered that there there and now let's find out what it is and we are on an upward trajectory towards learning an in hats off to science for figuring that out. Well thank you very much for joining me. Today it's been pleasure having you today. Dr Carl Sagan is professor of astronomy and Space Sciences at Cornell University Nathan in York and author of the New Book Pale Blue Dot published by Random House on I highly recommend astronomer. Carl Sagan recorded on science Friday December sixteenth in nineteen ninety four. That's about all the time we have this week. If you missed any part of this program or would like to hear again subscribe to our podcast. Rask you're smart speaker to play science Friday so every day now is science Friday and we want to hear your voice on science Friday and we have an APP for that. The APP is called science. Friday vox pop and it lets you easily record and share your voice comments with us and we might even play them on the air so check it out science Friday. Vox Pop wherever you get. Your apps say to us on social media facebook twitter instagram or e mail us. The address is Sifi at science. Friday dot com send feedback and tell us what you'd like us to cover to with best wishes for a happy safe and healthy new year. We'll see you next week. How am I reflect show in New York?.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

12:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Science Friday

"Pale Blue Dot had just been published and as as you'll hear the development of a movie called contact was still just in the planning stages we talk about. US space policy the search for extraterrestrial arrest Joel Intelligence and the place of humans in the universe. Here's Carl Sagan on science. Friday recorded December sixteenth nineteen ninety four. We don't like to think that we're pretty much the center of attention the center of the universe. But in the words of Carl Sagan again we live on a routine planet near a Humdrum Star stuck away in an obscure corner of an unexceptional galaxy which is just one one hundred billion galaxies in the universe and if you think that sounds depressing consider this there is no guarantee that are boring little rocky planet will. We'll be around forever if we don't destroy it. Maybe a stray asteroid will and so. Where does that leave us? Astronomer Carl Sagan say brings us back to our roots as explorers and may drive us to become interplanetary even intergalactic wonders. Now let me welcome my guest. Dr Carl Sagan in is the David Duncan professor of astronomy and Space Science and the Director of the Laboratory of Planetary Studies at Cornell University in Ithaca New York. He's CO founder and President of the Planetary Terry Society and author of the new book Pale blue dot published by random house in. It's my pleasure to welcome Dr Welcome to the program. Thanks very much Pale. Blue Dot doc. That's always the first question that every interviewer asks an author why the title. Well I was An experiment or on the voyager one and two spacecraft then after they swept by the Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune systems. It was possible to do something I had wanted to do. From the beginning me and that is to turn the cameras on one of these spacecraft. Back to photograph the planet from which had come and clearly there would not much scientific data from this because we were so far away that the earth was just appoint a Pale blue dot but when we took the picture there was something about it that seemed to me so poignant Vulnerable tiny and if we photographed it from a much further distance. It would have been gone lost against the backdrop backdrop of distant stars and to me. It I I thought there. That's us that's our world that all of us everybody you know everybody you love everybody you ever heard of lived lived out their lives there on a on a motive dust in a sunbeam and It spoke to me about the need for us to care for one another another and also to preserve the Pale blue dot. which is the only home we've ever known And it it underscored the Tinus the comparative insignificance of our world and ourselves as you said in your opening remarks back When men were walking on the moon that there was that famous photo of the Earth Rise over the moon and the I guess you might call it the bright blue marble compared impaired your Pale blue dot that sort of led to movements like the environmental movement when people could see us as a united planet without the political boundaries? Exactly Can we you use the Pale blue dot as an analogy to that or something. That's even further looking. That's it it's a set of of steps outward and that Apollo seventeen picture think raised many people tuned environmental consciousness and the Pale blue dot at least for me is represents the last moment in space craft leaving the earth in which you can see the earth at all and the idea idea that we are at the center of the universe. Much less the reason that there is a universe is strongly powerfully counter indicated but The the smallness of our world why why a whatever happened to the man in space program one day. We don't have to tell you how popular it was. It was the talk of the sixties. We all grew up with it. There was excitement. There was fervor. There was the exploration everybody was is behind it. A countless amount of money was going into it. Now it just lies fallow. And you're absolutely right. I think the first thing linked to say is that was a historic a mythic achievement and a thousand years from now and nobody will have any idea what GATT is or what what the WHO. The speaker of. The house was in the late nineties of the twentieth century. People will remember Apollo because that was the time that humans first set foot put on another world but Apollo was not about science it was not about exploration. Apollo was about the nuclear arms race was about intimidating. Dating other nations was about beat the Russians and when we did beat the rush and then the program was ended in the clearest indication of that is the fact that the last astronaut to step on the moon was the first scientist as soon as a scientist out there. The program was over. People said why are we wasting our money on science. AH now. Lately I mean in the seventies and eighties and nineties. NASA has been very for for the man per human program. I A hate to use the word man because it's their women astronauts In the human program we're shuttle oriented what shuttled typically does. Ah puts five or six or seven people in a tin can two hundred miles up in the air. And they launch a communications satellite or something that could just as well have been and launched by an unmanned booster and then the the newts are doing fine or the tomato. Plants didn't grow or or now the next one. They're gonNA see how how soft drinks taste in low-earth-orbit for heaven's sake and then come back down again and they say oh we've had another exploration SPLUR- ration- that's not exploration. It's like driving a bus of the same highway two hundred colon. The caller was whereas if NASA also had gone on to send humans to near Earth asteroids or to land on Mars the enthusiasm would have been maintained at a very high level. I don't say that it's Nice. As fought matter cannot make that decision on its own it has to be made at a much higher level but that decision was not made eight NASA was left to its own devices. And that's why we have a falling off of interest in the space program for X.. Men Reasons people aren't stupid. They understand. We're not going anywhere you make a case for colonizing space different than most people do in this book Your tact in this book is that you argue. Let's not go out in space for things. You could argue for science exploration education. You argue that. We have to colonize space because that's the only way we might survive in the future. That's right I I. I'm a big fan of robotic space exploration have been involved with it for thirty five years if you WANNA do science. That's the way to go. It's cheaper it doesn't live. You can go to more dangerous places and so on but as for Apollo as with Apollo the only justifications that will work in the real world are one for you in space fight are ones that involve some much broader political or historical agenda and I believe there are three one is emotional and a lot of people feel it. I know a lot of people. Don't and that is we come from wonders from Hunter Gatherers Ninety nine point. Nine percent of our tenure on earth was in that condition no fixed abode as long before we had villages villages and cities and now the earth is all explored were in some sedentary hiatus and I think a lot of people long For some exploration. You don't have to do it yourself. Because of virtual reality a few people exploring can communicate too many on the other hand. If if your child is hungry the appeal of this argument is not very high yet when parenthetically win comet Shoemaker Levy nine smash into Jupiter. It was front page news board transfixed by and that brings me to the the of course Absolutely and that brings me to the second and third points which are much more immediate and practical while I do not for a moment suggests that the earth is a disposable planet and and I think we have to make the most heroic efforts to preserve the environment. It is a fact that our technology has reached formidable formidable maybe even awesome proportions the environment that sustains us is very vulnerable the thickness of the atmosphere that we breathe is compared to the size of the Earth about the thickness of the coat of Shellac on schoolroom globe and that being the case there there is a chance that we will do ourselves in. Were certainly a danger to ourselves. I would like to see self sustaining human communities on other worlds in the long runs. No big hurry. So that we hedge our bets or diversify our portfolio The clearly our chances are much great if we do that and the third point is there is a specific danger that we are now able to identify. And that's connected with what you just said about Schumer Levi nine slamming Ming into Jupiter last July. The Earth lives in a bad neighborhood in space. We orbit the sun a midday swarm of new enormous number over of asteroids and comets. And you just take one look at the distribution of these orbits and it's clear that the earth has to run into them or they into us most of them are little burn up in the atmosphere. Don't do much harm but the longer you wait. The more likely it is that a big one will hit the ones that hit Jupiter last July. Were the biggest ones. There were about a kilometre across. They produced a blotch in the clouds of Jupiter that was about earth sized and a kilometer eliminator across object is the size which would core clause enormous environmental damage to the Earth a ten kilometer. Object that hit the earth sixty five five million years ago wiped out the dinosaurs and seventy five percent of the species of life on earth. Now to deal with this first of all all we have to inventory these near Earth objects. Surely we should be busy finding out if there's any danger from any particular object. We're not even doing that it yet. And secondly we ought to develop the technique to deal with an errant asteroid or comet if it's found to be on earth impact trajectory and without going into we can if you want the techniques for doing that. There's no way to do that unless we're out there. So this is is a claim. A very practical reason why in the long-term humans have to be out in the inner solar system. At least we need to take a break but we'll be right back with more of December nineteen ninety-four conversation with astronomer and author Carl Sagan and just a minute. Stay with us. Am I refer Plato. Welcome back if you're just joining us. We're stepping into the science Friday way back machine and turning the dial back to nineteen ninety four twenty five years ago to revisit a conversation with the late astronomer Carl Sagan following the publication of his book Pale Blue Dot. You mentioned in your book this far back or as close. I guess I should say as July of nineteen thousand nine President Bush on the twentieth anniversary of the Apollo Eleven.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yeah they will serve always great to talk to George I tried with all due respect to Mr Steckley yeah secondly it the eminent Dr Neil degrasse Tyson were on with us he would reflect what the if you mentor Dr Carl Sagan used to say George I think job we have to be careful to differentiate science fact from science fiction I think we'll follow G. to a lot of people and I'd love to date has become like a religion George you're a lot of people are are substituting aliens for angels George we've talked about the pirate match suggestion on the show before in nineteen seventy nine thousands of people and inside of my porch your goal she wore that the virgin Mary because of the sun to fall out of the sky in George in nineteen thirty eight when Orson Welles put war of the worlds on the radio why yeah because the nationwide but I like people thought that so you know we're being visited hold on Walter we're gonna finish up with you when we come back right after the break I want to get you in there Walters our resident skeptic there are plans hang with us and we'll get it get to his question and will take the rest of the calls next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM log on to coast to coast AM dot com hi this is Tina Turner.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In and that cannot be constructed and reconstructed by mechanical means so there are a lot of claims in this field but there's also a lot of PS two let's go to Wall Sir in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey walls go ahead hi George yeah they will serve always great to talk to George job I tried with all due respect to Mr strictly up stuck the eminent Dr Neil degrasse Tyson were on with us he would require what the mentor Dr Carl Sagan used to say George I think yeah we have to be careful to differentiate science fact from science fiction I think you followed you to a lot of people and I love the jade has become like a religion George you're a lot of people are are substituting aliens for angels George we've talked about the pirate mad suggestion on the show before in nineteen seventy nine thousands of people and inside of my porch your goal sure that the virgin Mary because of the sun to fall out of the sky in George in nineteen thirty eight when Orson Welles put war of the worlds on the radio why yeah because the nationwide but I am a people thought that so you know we're being visited hold on Walter we're gonna finish up with you when we come back right after the break I want to get you in there Walters our resident skeptic there are plans hang with us and we'll get it get to his question and will take the rest of the calls next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM log on to coast to coast AM dot com.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Complex than the body we tried that with the Philadelphia experiment with the destroyer and all the even though the destroyer was teleported to a different location all the crew on board were dead and re materialized all heads and actions tell be like in his brother well it's jail right yeah I think our accept the word of just that much more accurately because the they can say that they were teleported but you can't teleport the human body because it's it's not gonna be it'll get there will be dead you are much more than just the form soul which is then and that cannot be constructed and reconstructed by mechanical means so there are a lot of claims in this field but there's also a lot of the S. too let's go to Walt Sir in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey walls go ahead hi George yeah there will always great to talk to George with all due respect to Mister state we have checked the eminent Dr Neil degrasse Tyson were on with us he would reflect what the it's a mentor Dr Carl Sagan used to say George I think yeah we have to be careful to differentiate science fact from science fiction I think you'll follow G. to a lot of people and I love the jade has become like a religion George there a lot of people are are substituting aliens for angels George we've talked about the pirate match suggestion on the show before in nineteen seventy nine thousands of people and inside of my porch your goal sure that the virgin Mary because of the sun to fall out of the sky in George in nineteen thirty eight when Orson Welles put war of the worlds on the radio why yeah it caused a nationwide but I like people thought that the you know we're being visited hold on Walter we're gonna finish up with you when we come back right after the break I want to get you in there Walters our resident skeptic there are plans hang with us and we'll get it get there was question and will take the rest of the calls next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM log on to coast to coast AM dot com coast to coast we'll be right back don't go away this is five seventy K. L. on here is a real news in information update on five seven eight yeah these have added the most highly sought after free agent to their pitching rotation Michaels reports free agent.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We tried that with the Philadelphia experiment with the destroyer and all the even though the destroyer was teleported to a different location all the crew on board were dead in re materialized okay as index investing Centel Bela can his brother well it jail right yeah I think I will accept the word of Jessup much more accurately because the they can say that they were teleported but you can't teleport the human body because it's it's not gonna be it'll get there will be dead you are much more than just the form as a soul which is in and that cannot be constructed and reconstructed by mechanical means so there are a lot of claims in this field but there's also a lot of the S. too let's go to Wall Sir in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey walls go ahead hi George yeah there will always great to talk to George I tried with all due respect to Mr strictly up stuck if the eminent Dr Neil degrasse Tyson were on with us he would require what the it's a mentor Dr Carl Sagan used to say George I think yeah we have to be careful to differentiate science fact from science fiction I think you followed you to a lot of people have that jade has become like a religion George you're a lot of people are are substituting aliens for angels George we've talked about the pirate match suggestion on the show before in nineteen seventeen not thousands of people and inside of my porch your goal sure that the virgin Mary because of the sun to fall out of the sky in George in nineteen thirty eight when Orson Welles put war of the worlds on the radio why yeah because the nationwide but I am a people thought that so you know we're being visited hold on Walter we're gonna finish up with you when we come back right after the break I want to get you in there Walters our resident skeptic there are plans hang with us and we'll get it get to his question and will take the rest of the calls next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM log on to coast to coast AM dot com and and when it breaks I'm bill Seward line for the twenty four hour KFI newsroom nine year old twins in Orange County hoping their social media fame can help save their dad's life Avonlea Clemenceau young models with over one and a half million Instagram followers on Halloween this year their dad Kevin started not feeling well the thirty nine year old went to the doctor found out not only does he have leukemia but he has lymphoma as well no one in the Clemens family was a bone marrow match so now the twins are reaching out to their followers to see if they can help find their dad a donor using.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

14:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back to Costa coaster. Charles third will take your calls Charles. What's your reaction to President Trump's plan to develop a space force? Another branch of our military up there in space. Not a bad idea. If nothing else it's going to help us derive our technology. Says he's going to drop troops somewhere in the world in forty five minutes or so, but that's not really the case. It may be the case, but mostly would probably drop thrown hardware all over the world fast. We wouldn't really need to send a lot of human beings around to fight a war. We've got some pretty advanced drones and robots well in why it's I think it's a great idea in we should have had this a long time ago, we need to protect our satellite systems in an excellent excellent point to point out is our slow development of space travel has really been due to the fact that government treats space industry, as if it's a socialist thing, they set the market day, design and septa product state shoes who gets to buy them and excludes everyone, and the Asian isn't there when private industry got involved all of that changed? So this is a great step forward because he's from specifically stated in private industry, if you had to I mean, if you were in war with a country or about to go. Into war with a country. One of the things we take out as command and control in you have to take out the satellite system because their cell phones will go down their communications will go down in. It's just it's an unfortunate part of war. Imagine launching a large aluminum foil bag that simply snags satellite wraps it up in blocks radio waves breaking it into fragments. Absolutely ready for some calls. Absolutely. All right. Let's start by going east of the Rockies, Sherry is in Memphis, Tennessee. Hi, Sherry, welcome to the program. Well, thank you. Question, which is is it true China and Russia out our satellites my second question is highly stop an asteroid from heading this planet. You say also that three reasons why I believe in God is the has proven true because of healings in the bible in the end because of the answer prayers. All right. Great. Well, we were just talking about the satellite systems in developing space force to possibly knock them out. If we're at war or battle, but they have capabilities now, don't they take out our satellites, Charles, absolutely. And one of the ways to do it is simply set a sack beebees up there in a reverse orbit. It's not hard to take out satellites, and in some cases, it can be intense microwaves from the ground. You know, there are numerous ways and Russia and China both can take out an awful lot of satellites, and we would really be in a mess. But the problem is the damage would also spread to their satellites one of the things, right. That'd be a stalemate what they refer to as a Mexican stand-off. They destroyed their own systems in the process quite likely and as far as stopping asteroid from hitting the earth. There are some going on is doing a lot of work in that area right now, it's all over the news these days. Yes, they're doing a simulated maneuver to see what would happen. That's one of the things are planning as we speak. Now. What are the ways to do? It realize that you don't blow it up with them weapon. You don't send a bomb up there and blast it because now you have millions of fragments coming down and does damage spread out over huge area. It's just as bad if not worse what you need to do is get a spacecraft there quickly that can then if powered by the sun thrust, the satellite constantly one given direction to make it Mr. yours because if it's headed for the earth, it only takes a certain number of seconds for the earth to get out of the way if you have seven minutes. You have an opportunity to miss the planet. If you can deflect course by seven minutes of arrival. That's all it takes. And you really don't want to blow it up because the fragments could be just as damaging as original asteroid. Exactly. They can do a lot more damage in some cases. I would think and here's the other thing. Most asteroids, we expect to be a solid rock or a piece, but many of them are rubble piles piles of rock and dirt. You know, how do you push that gently very gently, sir turtles, do you think that there satellites in space right now that have nukes on them, whether they're hours Russia or China's I have no doubt of that. And I often wonder sometimes if the developments in space travel were were intentionally slowed down to prevent people from accessing some of that hardware that's dangerous. Dangerous. We live in a dangerous world is perhaps. A I don't know is is it a deterrent ki ki does the the fact that maybe all three countries. No. We have them up there. Everybody has them up. There. Does that keep things at bay? It may only works up to a certain point. And you know, it only takes one accident things off that we've been very close to a couple of times in the past. You know, if you go history research, you'll find that we've been saved by the skins of our teeth just a few times at least, but having weapons of that sort in orbit all the time, it just means faster delivery. But the fact is we can deliver almost anything to orbit very quickly right now, I can assure you there are vehicles ready and fuelled launch at a moment's notice. The put weapons in space so that they don't stay there and Arctic sessile to people on our wild card line. Let's go to Walton Pennsylvania. Hey, Walt go ahead. Joy. Grades george. Thank you, sir. The best best of out on since doctor Hallen stone. Well, that's pretty good complement. Therefore, you Charles. Sir. Charles would agree with that. Dr Carl Sagan, obviously, he was a great advocate of space exploration. But Dr Sagan said that always said that the great expensive space exploration was up and providing obviously the redundant life support systems to support Danes. So I think with all the we have non the smart robots. I don't think there's as much of a reason any more to risk human life in space. I mean, obviously, go back even sixty seven it's side for me. The understand why the Apollo one fire occurred. You know, why didn't he engineers realized that you know, to atmosphere would be very conducive to afire? They probably never thought they'd spark. I guess they actually yes. They did know that it would. And that's why later they went to they were at four point three pounds of oxygen pressure oxygen. They went to five point six pounds of oxygen and nitrogen to lower the risk of fire greatly. But they never expected the arc of it set it off. And that was the issue people were aware of that are trying to make the hardware as light as they possibly could. And it was a devastating loss. But as for a in space, we are getting better systems that have the capability of doing things, and we meet it because if you're spacecraft on Mars around Jupiter, you don't have time to send instructions wait and see what happened in the machine has to know. What to do? Here's the issue if you make it so smart that it can figure anything out. It may ask why am I doing this? Am I going? To get killed doing this. I mean, a thinking machine might have just as much ability to wanna stay alive as thinking Uman sounds like Cal from space on a C. Exactly. I could happen though. I mean once AI become so emotionally intelligent. It will begin to protect itself. Well in many systems, particularly the ones are building for warfare. Have those capabilities built into they recognize threat defend themselves. Otherwise, they would be useless. Indeed, indeed wall. Thanks for your call. Let's go next first time caller ally in San Antonio, Texas. Hi, good morning. Hi, george. How are you today? Thanks. Questions and again, okay? My first question is what is Charles opinion on the picture of the black hole recently and question number two is what are his number one concerns of humanity? Maybe living on on the moon and other planets in the future. Like what is number one concern? Okay. They're concerned. Let's take that one first surcharges as you know, we had the Michio Kaku believes that we need to leave the planet. The late Stephen hawking believes we need to get ready to leave the planet. Well, what about you would never as a bird? You would never grow up in the nest you grow up leave. You don't live your life in the nest and the earth is our nest egg. It was very verbose about that. And why I would say that our biggest concern would be when you have large populations of humans living in isolation from each other. There can be some things that change in their viewpoint their their information their environment. It will change the way they think and feel about humanity as a whole in many cases, this means the development of, you know, antitheses people who don't like the way things are being done by the people that sent them there or people who don't like what the colonists are doing out there. We have to be cautious that by ourselves. We don't create different factions. That would be my greatest concern. One of the great things about having separate colonies, of course, is great new ideas emerge in different environments, and they can go with them without a hazard to the rest of humanity. Right now, we're in one glass cage. And if anything happens to our. Environment where all gone, so it certainly makes sense for us to spread out to other environments. Absolutely. Now the picture that was released a couple of weeks ago of that black hole. What did you think of that? I think it's an amazing chievements. And I I I'm also a little disappointed by so many people saying, well, it's all blurry. Well, yes. Corey. Zillion miles away. And it's all done. Second and third hand inferring it from the data, and then reconstructing what must have created that image. I think that it's really important for us to recognize that we're getting better is on the universe that whole picture. The black hole picture is the first of its kind, and it took an astounding amount of work degenerate it, but it shows us that our theories are correct. That what we thought is true is actually happening out there. That's an amazing achievement. The universe is a message. And we read it and interpret it where the interpreters leading sites you the most Charles about space. I think it is the limitless possibilities that embodies for me, there's unlimited resource energy places to go. It is an exotic place to think of living, and and you know, in a sense, we all do that were stuck on one planet right now. You know, I think the marvels of the universe are. So extensive everything I think is just wondrous. Don't you think oh, I do. I mean just picture this planet around practice and Tari that place has got to be truly weird. Your son is only about five percent the distance it. It'd be about three times larger in the sky and very very dim orange your planet, but undergo four hundred times as much x-rays from its star, there'd be flares. All the time you'd be living in twilight and your year, it'd be eleven and a half days long. Yeah. That's true. Back to the other wildcard line. Carlos is with us in San Francisco. Hi Carlos thanks for calling. Good morning. Gentlemen are interesting call. I liked his say comment your guest. I really appreciate it as our relation about the God factor with regards to being creation and creation happening with intention, Holly. And how that somehow translates into hope really appreciate that line of team that having been said the guest at the top of the hour said something to the reference about the privatization of space exploration was things the great thing. But what I would like to post. Your question is is is that even better that stays is becoming times say on Moscow. Given the increased acrimonious climate of politically to the to the preservation of the space station, program nationally and internationally in the US. And Secondly, the second price in regards to say initiative, like the green you deal and stuff like that is these kinds of initiatives somehow could they potentially undermine the advancement of they exploration. Whether it's politically, you know, by our government promoted or or sustained or by private industry, and and so third my last question is is there anything from experts base exploration that indicates that we can somehow repair our zone, and that my questions thank stay start the ozone one. I if you okay. Does seem to be getting better. There are not on its own in it. Yes. Because we stopped expects hailing a lot of the free on based compounds and other materials at break it down a single molecule of most of the freons can break down.

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"And welcome back to Costa kosher Charleston third with us. We'll take your calls. Charles on. What's your reaction to President Trump's plan to develop a space force? Another branch of our military up there in space. You know, it's actually not a bad idea. If nothing else it's going to help us drive, our technology, and a lot of people think of this as he's going to drop troops somewhere in the world in forty five minutes, or so, but that's not really the case. It may be the case, but mostly would probably drop thrown hardware all over the world fast. We wouldn't really need to send a lot of human beings around fight a war. We've got some pretty advanced drones and robots. Well, why it's I think it's a great idea in we should have had this a long time ago, we need to protect our satellite systems in an excellent excellent point. You know, I think one of the things I'd like to point out is our slow development of space travel has really been due to the fact that government treats space industry, as if it's a socialist thing, they set the market they design the product state shoes who gets divide them, and it excludes everyone, and the Asian isn't there when private industry got involved all of that changed? So this is a great step forward because he's from Spain. Typically stated he was a call in private industry you had to. I mean, if you are in war with a country or about to go into war with a country. One of the things we take out as command and control in you have to take out the satellite system because their cell phones will go down there communications. We'll go down. And it's just it's an unfortunate part of war. There may be cleaner ways to do it. I mean, imagine launching a large aluminum foil bag that simply snags satellite wraps, it up and blocks all the radio waves breaking it into fragments. Absolutely. Are you ready for some calls? Absolutely. All right. Let's start by going east of the Rockies, Sherry is in Memphis, Tennessee. Hi, Sherry, welcome to the program. Best really men. Well, thank you. Which is kinda pen knocked out our satellite. My second question is how do we stop passed away from heading this planet? Why get say also that three reasons why I believe in God if the has proven true because of healings in the bible and because of the answer prayers. All right, great, what we were just talking about the satellite systems and developing space force to possibly knock them out. If we're at war or battle, but they have capabilities now, don't they take out our satellites Charles will, absolutely. And one of the ways to do it is simply set a Saka beebees up there in a reverse orbit. It's not hard to take out satellites, and in some cases, it can be done with an intensity microwaves from the ground. You know, there are numerous ways. Russia and China both can take out an awful lot of satellites, and we would really be invest, but the problem is the damage would also spread to their satellites and one of the things right and doing this is that'd be a stalemate what they refer used to refer to a Mexican stand-off. They destroyed their own systems in the process quite likely and as far as stopping an asteroid hitting the earth. You know, there are some some the simulation going on Nasr's doing a lot of work in that area right now, it's all over the news these days. Yes, they're doing a simulated maneuver to see what would happen. That's one of the things that are planning as we speak. Now. What are the easiest ways to do? It realize that you don't blow it up with them weapon. You don't send a big bomb up there and blast it because now you have millions of fragments coming down does damage spread out over huge area. It's just as bad if not worse what you need to do is get a spacecraft there quickly that can then if powered by the sun thrust, the satellite constantly in one given direction to make it Mr. yours because if it's. Headed to the earth. It only takes a certain number of seconds for the earth to get out of the way. If you have seven minutes, you have an opportunity to miss the planet if you can deflect its course by seven minutes of arrival, miss the earth. That's all it takes. And you really don't want to blow it up because the fragments could be just as damaging as original asteroid. Exactly. They can do a lot more damage in some cases. I would think and here's the other thing. Most asteroids, we expect to be a solid rock or a piece, but many of them are rubble piles piles of rock and dirt. You know, how do you push that gently very gently Charles, do you think that they're satellites in space right now that have nukes on them, whether they're hours Russia or China's I have no doubt of that. And I often wonder sometimes if the developments in space travel were intentionally slowed down to prevent people from accessing some of that hardware that's dangerous looks terribly dangerous. But you know, we live in a dangerous world, isn't perhaps. A I don't know. Is it a deterrent key? Does the the fact that maybe all three countries? No. We have them up there. Everybody has them up. There. Does that keep things at bay? It may it may. But I mean that only works up to a certain point. And you know, it only takes one accident things off we've been very close to an eilly a couple of times in the past. And you know, if you go do history research, you'll find that we've been saved by the skins of our teeth. Just a few a couple of times at least, but having weapons of that sort in orbit all the time, it just means faster delivery. But the fact is we can deliver almost anything to orbit very quickly right now, I can assure you there are vehicles ready and fuelled to launch at a moment's notice. The put weapons in space so that they don't stay there and Arctic sessile to people are wildcard line. Let's go to Walton Pennsylvania. Hey wild. Go ahead. I joined Julius is great to be on me, George. Thank you, sir. Job. Search Charles's the best best of out on since Dr L stone. Well, thanks. That's pretty good complement. Therefore, you Charles. Sir. Charles would agree with Dr Carl Sagan, obviously, he was a great advocate of space exploration. But the doctor say said that always said that the great extension space exploration was providing obviously the redundant life support systems to support things. So I think with all the we have on the smart robots. I don't think there's as much of a reason anymore to risk human life in space. I mean, obviously, you know, go back even sixty seven at side for me to understand why the Apollo one fire occurred. You know, why didn't he engineers realize that you know, to atmosphere would be very conducive to fire? They probably never thought they'd spark. I guess they actually yes. They did know that it would. And that's why. Later. They went to they were at four point three pounds of oxygen pressure your oxygen? They went to five point six pounds of oxygen and nitrogen to lower the risk of fire greatly. But they never expected the arc of it set it off, and that was the issue people were aware of it that you're trying to make the hardware as light as they possibly could. And it was a devastating loss. But as I and space, we are getting better systems that have the capability of doing things, and we meet it because if you're a spacecraft on Mars around Jupiter, you don't have time to send instructions wait and see what happened the machine has to know. What to do? Here's the issue if you make it so smart that it can figure anything out. It may ask why am I doing this? Am I going to get killed doing this? I mean, a thinking machine might have just as much ability to want to stay alive thinking Uman sounds like Cal from Smith's on a C. Exactly. I could happen though. I mean once AI become so emotionally intelligent. It will begin to protect itself. Well in many systems, particularly the ones that are building for warfare. Have those capabilities building they recognize threaten they defend themselves. Otherwise, would be useless. Indeed. Indeed. Well, thanks for your call. Let's go next to first time caller ally in San Antonio, Texas. Hi, good morning. Hi, george. How are you today? Thanks. Question. But again. In my first question is what is Charles opinion on the picture of the black hole recently and question number two is what are his number one concerns of humanity? Maybe living on on the moon and other planets in the future. Like what is number one concern? Okay. Concerned. Let's take that one first surcharges as you know, we had the Michio Kaku believes that we need to leave the planet. The the late Stephen hawking believes we need to get ready to leave the planet. Well, what about you? You would never as a bird would never grow up in the nest you grow up, and then you leave you don't live your life in the nest and the earth is our nest, and it was very verbose about that, you know, and why I would say that our biggest concerns would be when you have large populations of humans living in isolation from each other. There can be. Be some things that change in their viewpoint their their information their environment. It will change the way they think and feel about humanity as a whole in many cases, this means the development of, you know, antitheses people who don't like the way things are being done by the people that sent them there or people who don't like what the colonists are doing out there. We have to be cautious that by relating ourselves. We don't create different factions that I would be my greatest concern. One of the great things about having separate colonies, of course, is great new ideas emerge in different environments, and they can go with them without a hazard to the rest of humanity. Right now, we're in one glass cage, and if anything happens to our environment where all gone, so it certainly makes sense for us to spread out to other environments. Absolutely. Now the picture that was released a couple of weeks ago of that black hole. What did you think of that? I think it's an amazing achievement. And I I think I'm also a little disappointed by so many people saying, well, it's all blurry. Well, yes. Zillion miles away. And it's all done, you know, second and third hand inferring from the data, and then reconstructing what must have created that image. I think that it's really important for us to recognize that we're getting better is on the universe that whole picture. The black hole picture is the first of its kind, and it took an astounding amount of work degenerate it, but it shows us that our theories are correct. That what we thought is true is actually happening out there. That's an amazing achievement. The universe is a message, and we read it and interpret it where the interpreters winning site you the most Charles about space. I think it is limitless possibilities that embodies for me. There is unlimited resource energy places to go. It is an exotic place to think of living, and and you know, in a sense, we all do that were stuck on one planet right now. You know, I think the marvels of the universe are. So extensive everything I think is just wondrous. Don't you think? Oh, I do. I mean just picture this. You know, like the Exo planet around practice in Tari that place has got to be truly weird. Your son is only about five percent the distance. It would be about three times larger in the sky, and it'd be very very dim orange your your planet, but undergo four hundred times as much x-rays from its star. That'd be flares. All the time you'd be living in twilight and your year, it'd be eleven and a half days long. Yeah. That's to live, you know, back to the other wildcard line. Carlos is with us in San Francisco. Hi Carlos thanks for calling. Good. Good evening and good morning, gentlemen. Interesting call I like to say comment to your guest. I really appreciate it. Our relation about the God factor with regards to being creation and creation happening with intensity. Holly. And how that somehow translates into hope I really appreciate that line of team that having been said the guest at the top of the hour said something to the reference about the privatization of space exploration, which things the great thing. But what I would like to posture post to question is is that is that even better that stays is becoming more times say you on my skin like, given the increased acrimonious climate of politically to the to the preservation of the space station program nationally and internationally in the US in second. Lindley? The second question is was regards to say initiative like the green you deal and stuff like that is these kinds of initiatives somehow could they potentially undermine the advancement of space exploration. Whether it's politically, you know, our government promoted or or sustained or by private industry, and and so in third my last question is is that is there anything from experts exploration that indicates that we can somehow repair our zone, and that's my questions thing. Stay stuck the ozone one. I if you well the ozone does seem to be getting better there are not on its own in it. Yes. Because we stopped expects hailing a lot of the free.

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11:25 min | 2 years ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And welcome back to Costa third with us. We'll take your calls Charles. I want your reaction to President Trump's plan to develop a space force. Another branch of our military up there in space. Not a bad idea. If nothing else it's going to help us drive, our technology, and a lot of people think says he's going to drop troops somewhere in the world in forty five minutes or so, but that's not really the case. It may be the case. But mostly would probably dropped thrown hardware fast. We wouldn't really need to send a lot of human beings around. Find a war some pretty advanced drones and robots. Well, why it's I think it's a great idea, and we should have had this a long time ago, we need to protect our satellite systems in an excellent excellent point. You know, I think one of the things I'd like to point out is our slow development of space travel has really been due to the fact that government treats space industry, as if it's a socialist thing they set the market they design the product state shoes who gets to buy them, and everyone and the innovation isn't there when private industry got involved all that change? So this is a great step forward because he's from specifically stated in private industry, if you had to if you were in war with a country or about to go into war with a country. One of the things we take out as command and control, and you have to take out the satellite system because their cellphones will go down their communications will go down. And it's just it's an unfortunate part of war. Cleaner ways to do it. I mean, imagine launching a large aluminum foil bag that simply snags a satellite wraps it up. Radio waves breaking it into fragments. Absolutely. Ready for some calls. Absolutely. All right. Let's start by going east of the Rockies, Sherry is in Memphis, Tennessee. Hi, Sherry, welcome to the program. Well, thank you. Which is kind of a Russia pen now out our satellite. My second question is how do we stop a boy from heading this planet say also that three of the reasons why believe in God is the has fast proven true because of hearings in the bible in and because of the prayers. All right. Great. Well, we were just talking about the satellite systems and developing space force to possibly knock them out. If we're at war or battle, but they have capabilities now, don't they take out our satellites, Charles, absolutely. And one of the ways to do it is simply set a Saka beebees up there in a reverse orbit. It's not hard to take out satellites, and in some cases, it can be done with an intensity microwaves from the ground. You know, there are numerous ways and Russia and China both can take out an awful lot of satellite. So we would really be in a mess. But the problem is the damage would also spread to their satellites one of the things, right. This is that'd be a stalemate. It's what they refer to as a Mexican stand-off. They destroyed their own systems in the process quite likely as far as stopping an asteroid hitting the earth. You know, there are some some going on the Nasr's doing a lot of work in that area right now, it's all over the news these days. Yes, they're doing a simulated maneuver to see what would happen. That's one of the things are planning as we speak. Now what easiest ways to do. It realize that you don't blow it up with them weapon up there in plastic because now you have millions of fragments coming down. And it does damage spread out over huge area. It's just as bad if not worse what we need to do is get a spacecraft there quickly that can then if powered by the sun thrust, the satellite constantly one given direction to make it misty or because if it's headed for the. Earth. It only takes a certain number of seconds for the earth to get out of the way. If you have seven minutes, you have an opportunity to miss the planet if you can deflect its course by seven minutes of arrival. Jeez. And you really don't want to blow it up because the fragments could be just as damaging as the original asteroid, exactly. They can do a lot more damage in some cases. I would think and here's the other thing. Most asteroids, we expect to be a solid rock or a piece, but many of them are rubble piles piles of rock and dirt. You know, how do you push that gently very gently Charles, do you think that there are satellites in space right now that have nukes on them, whether they're hours Russia or China's I have no doubt of that. And I often wonder sometimes if the developments of space travel were were intentionally slowed down to prevent people from accessing hardware that's dangerous terribly dangerous. But you know, we live in a dangerous world, isn't perhaps. A I don't know is is it a deterrent key? Does the fact that maybe all three countries? No. We have them up there. Everybody has them up. There. Does that keep things at bay? It may it may. But I mean that only works up to a certain point. And you know, it only takes one accident off. We've been very close to a couple of times in the past history research, you'll find that we've been saved by the skin of our teeth just a few times at least, but having weapons of that sort in orbit all the time, it just means faster delivery. But the fact is we can deliver almost anything to orbit very quickly right now, I can assure you their vehicles ready and fuelled to launch at a moment's notice. The put weapons in space so that they don't stay there and aren't accessible to people on our wildcard line. Let's go to Walton Pennsylvania. Hey, Walt go ahead. Jauregui who you assign grades to be only George. Thank you, sir. Job. Search ause is the best gusty out on since Dr stone. Well, you that's pretty good complement. Therefore, you Charles. Sir. Charles would agree with Dr Carl Sagan, obviously, he was a great advocate of space exploration. But the doctor Sagan said that always said that the great expensive space exploration was and providing obviously the redundant life support systems to, you know, support when Ben's so I think with all the we have on the smart robots. I don't think there's as much of a reason anymore to risk human life in space. I mean, obviously, go back even the sixty seven side for me to understand why the Apollo one fire occurred. You know, why dig the engineers realized that you know, a note to atmosphere would be very conducive to fire. They probably never thought they'd spark. I this. They actually yes, they did know that it would. And that's why later they went to they were at four point three pounds of oxygen pressure oxygen. They went. To five point six pounds of oxygen and nitrogen to lower the risk of fire greatly. But they never expected the arc of it set it off and that was the issue. The people were aware of it that are trying to make the hardware has light as they possibly could. And it was a devastating loss. But as for a in space, we are getting better systems that have the capability of doing things, and we meet it because if you're spacecraft is on Mars around Jupiter. You don't have time to send instructions, and wait and see what happened the machine has to know. What to do? Here's the issue if you make it so smart that it can figure anything out. It may ask why am I doing this? Am I going to get killed doing this? I mean, a thinking machine might have just as much ability to want to stay alive thinking Uman sounds like Cal from space on a C. Exactly. I could happen though. I mean once AI become so emotionally intelligent. It will begin to protect itself. Well in many systems, particularly the ones are building for warfare. Have those capabilities built they recognize threat may defend themselves. Otherwise, they would be useless. Indeed, indeed Waltham for your call. Let's go next to first time caller ally in San Antonio, Texas. Hi, good morning. Hi, george. How are you today? Thanks. Questions but again. In my first question is what is Charles opinion on the picture of the black hole recently and questioned number two is what are his number one concerns of humanity? Maybe living on on the moon and other planets in the future. Like what is number one concern? Okay. They're concerned. Let's take that one first surcharges as you know, we had the Michio Kaku believes that we need to leave the planet. The late Stephen hawking believes we need to get ready to leave the planet. Well, what about you? You would never as a bird would never grow up in the nest you grow up, and then you leave you don't live your life in the nest and the earth is our nest egg was very verbose about that, you know, and why I would say that our biggest concerns would be when you have large populations of humans living in isolation from each other. There can be some things that change their viewpoint there. Their information their environment. It will change the way they think and feel about humanity as a whole in many cases, this means the development of, you know, antitheses people who don't like the way things are being done by the people sent symptom there or people who don't like what the colonists are doing out there. We have to be cautious that by isolating ourselves. We don't create different factions. That would be my greatest concern. One of the great things about having separate colonies, of course, is great new ideas emerge in different environments, and they can go with them without a hazard to the rest of humanity. Right now, we're in one glass cage, and if anything happens to our environment where all gone, so it certainly makes sense for us to spread out to other environments. Absolutely. Now the picture that was released a couple of weeks ago of that black hole. What did you think of that? I think it's an amazing achievement. And I think I'm also a little disappointed by so many people saying, well, it's all blurry. Well. Oh, yes. From. Zillion miles away. And it's all done, you know, second and third hand inferring it from the data, and then reconstructing what must have created that image. I think that it's really important for us to recognize that we're getting better is on the universe that whole picture. The black hole picture is the first of its kind, and it took an astounding amount of work degenerate. But it shows us that our theories are correct. That what we thought is true is actually happening out there. That's an amazing achievement. The universe is a message, and we read it and interpret it where the interpreters sites you the most Charles about space. I think it is the limitless possibilities that embodies for me, there's unlimited resource energy places to go. It is an exotic place to think of living, and and you know, in a sense, we all do that were stuck on one planet right now. You know, I think the marvels of the universe are. So extensive everything I think is just wondrous..

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"Welcome back to coast to coast. Dr Michael sallow with us, Michael we're talking about the document from one thousand nine hundred eighty nine which doctor would look at in said, it's the real deal. Didn't he? Well, that's right. And then he found some important information about who actually was the person that was receiving that that briefing document, and he looked at one of these signatures on defied it as belonging to Philip Maher. Dr Philip Morrison who was a famous astronomer, and what was interesting about him was that he was a close associate of the cows Sagan who many people believe and among them. Was actually part of the majestic twelve group that the doctor Sagen actually was the replacement for Dr Robert Menzel who was was one of the founding members of the twelve group. And and so, you know, there's there's a backstory to that. But essentially, I think what the briefing document was doing was that it was intended on on briefing, Dr Morrison on what exactly is happening when it comes to extraterrestrial life and the technologies that have been secretly developed and because they wanted him to be the replacement for Dr Carl Sagan on the majestic twelve committee. And so, you know, this this is important because it gives us an idea of how the majestic twelve committee or whatever name it those by today, a rotates members. And I I think that members are replaced by having it replacements. Who I recommended and have particular expertise in an area that majestic twelve requires for the committee deliberations? And so one of those would obviously be astronomy. And when you look at Menzel and Sagan and Davidson now what they had in common was that the little astronomers, and I think this is one of the positions that that he's on the majestic told committee that has to be regularly renewed with a replacement and majestic tall document. That would. Authenticated actually really shows. Hell the process looked and why Davidson was chosen to be the replacement for the sake. And what did you hear about a recruitment program from ours? Well, that's something that I've been fascinating for a long time. When Laura Eisenhower I came out around two thousand six two thousand seven I remember having a conversation with Laura Beckley. And she's a great granddaughter. And she said that basically she was really pressured by a group to become part of this MAs culinary that was being planned. And she said that they really try very hard to recruit her and a friend key Leah, and and both of them in both of them actually released reports about the efforts that were made to recruit them, and what happened was that Laura identified that the key individual behind it running. Mazda. Equipment program was Dr help poodles and he's sticking to national which is based in Austin, Texas that they were involved in this effort because they pioneers in studying exotic technologies, so when you say what side you see how they really doing buddies in a lotta these really exotic propulsion systems like wormholes, and and what drives so the leaders in out of the box speaking. So you know, what loara Eisenhower was saying? I it's not it's not too far Fitch in terms of you know. International and put off being involved in this kind of MAs recruitment process to get people volunteering to be part of the future colony to escape catastrophic events that they believe coming in the us ahead. So she talked about that. And and it's a very interesting connection between what Laura said that she saw and and her friend Achilleas saw in terms of many documents, dealing with traversable whim house, warp drives and teleportation will these really kind of advanced technologies that put off and and we're working on that. There was a there was a interesting synchronicity with these recently. Leaked. Defense Intelligence Agency reference documents. There was a list of thirty eight of these reference documents that was just concerned just last month or very recently a concerned by the federation of American scientists received a response from the Defense Intelligence Agency confirming that this list of thirty eight. Defense Intelligence Agency documents dealing with these kinds of futuristic Tokyo concept was genuine and so far. Three of the papers. Three of these reference documents have been leaked to the public and up all three have scientists from Listrik that's run by actually being either the lead or thought with the second also on those documents. So this is a concrete evidence that with thick wasn't involved with these kinds of concepts. And Laura is in house says that back in two thousand seven two thousand six and seven that she saw a lot of these documents that that had been developing for this colony. That's tremendous work. It really is. Now, you've also been looking at solar micro novas. Those are pretty dangerous, aren't they? Oh, wow. I really important thing to start looking at. I was I was really intrigued by this series that been Davidson from space with a news. Up started to put out he calls it the earth catastrophe series. And as I looked at the documentation, I realized that, you know, there is really a lot of scientific data out there on these micro know about that this is a cyclic event that has happened repeatedly history. We've got you know, going back leaving millions of us that the icicle samples that different. Scientists have examined being able to identify the effects of these micro Nova, which is kinda like solar flash. We're talking about something that's much bigger than you'll kind of the solar flares that most people are familiar with that, you know, for for example, I think a few years ago, there was a kind of ex- ex- class six of solar flare lucked out there. Yeah. That that hit the earth and had had an effect in Quebec was the. Quebec Telesystem was affected but with a Sola flesh or mock Granado, we're talking about an x one hundred hitting the us. And and this is something that is really important for people. Stop to stop thinking about. I know you've you've done a lot of work on this the vulnerability of the grid. Yes. That's that's something. That's that's very real. And there's a lot of studies supporting that, but as far as micro number concerned, people are kind of familiar with the Carrington effect of the Carrington event from I think it was aiding fifty nine that wiped out the Billy electronics of the planet at that time. And that there was an event actually just recently. A paper has come out studying an event that they expect to around seven fifty a d which is called the Charlemagne event. And that was a really. Something very similar to this kind of micro no phenomenon and it was a ten times bigger than the Carrington effect. That would have happened now. And this is what the studies showing that this kind of mock Renault about can happen now that yeah. Completely obliterate the the cold grits. The whole thing goes down, doesn't it? Exactly. And and and a lot of other things can stop to happen. In terms of like the ozone layer being depleted by by the cosmic rays that would be associated with this kind of Michael Novak event. So that could have a devastating effect on on life on the planet because of this lead the ozone layer protects us from a lot of radiation harmful radiation. Michael, you you continue to do a lot of work about the Antar Tikka. What's going on down there? Well, and Antarctica is is just a fascinating place. It it is a continent. That's one one point six times the size of the entire United States including Canada. And there's a lot of things bait under the eyes. And and people have been coming forward for years talking about what's down there. And I I bring sample have. I have a book that's out there and Todd 'cause mystery that that looks at some of this information in particular, a lotta people nation about the Germans having Hollandi under the ice, which you know, usually got people would have locked that. That said, well, how could that possibly be you'd freeze under the Antarctic ice? But but that's not correct because only in twenty seventeen scientific studies began to be released showing these huge Kevin systems, which family heated that under the ice sheets on the two miles of ice that they were saying that you you could have like a balmy seventy two degree Kevin that is used and that actually it could sustain lock down there. So this is something that really supports a lot of these insiders that over have said that the Germans have developed paces down there. And and very recently there've been a few things down there if you anomalies addenda fide Courtney. Coming out of Antarctica. And that's that's phenomenal. Because no one no one expected that cosmic rays would becoming advantange. There's a. A device down there in Antarctica, cold Anita, which is designed to detect cosmic rays that are coming into the and in particular those coming through Antarctica because of the earth's magnetosphere Cosby grace into predominantly in the polar regions because that's the way the magnitude Rix these kinds of VAT charged particles. And so this device is was measuring these cosmic rays coming from out of space. But then it started to pick up cosmic rice coming out of the us. And that's that's a really important sign, very important development. Because to my mind what that's signifying is that inside of the earth. We have something very similar to what's happening on the sun that, you know, people are aware of the sun emitting solar flares, you know, these huge coronal message actions where you have these out coming out and thickening Solis. Systems earth. But in the interior of the core, the especially the the molten out of call that you can actually have something very similar happening that they can be something analogous to a Colorado message action happening inside of the earth. And that is what's causing the cosmic rice come out of the earth. And I think this is this. I think it's still something that the scientific community you're gonna take some time to get around. Because at the moment, they're saying that well the cosmic rays that'd be detected. By the Anita device down in Antarctica. That was just detecting some kind of nonstandard physics model some nonstandard physics particle. But I think really what's happening is that the Julia is generating close me raise that are that are coming out. And that this is what is being picked up by Nita. So and and that kind of raises a whole lot of questions about. Hell cosmic rays are related to polls shifts, and whether or not we are experiencing not only magnetic pulse shift, but also going to witness a geophysical pole shift, which you know, people have been talking about the deck is, but I think as we look at the at the data and some classified or declassified documents that have just recently come out, then we have to look at the possibility that we could very soon experience, not just but also geophysical pulse. Shift Michael is the planet ever endanger of blowing up. Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think it's dangerous blowing up. I think really what we're going to be seeing is the expanding that the earth is because it is London. Some in the interior the earth that there is some kind of mechanism inside of the earth, which is generating energy some kind of very large zero point energy generator down there in the earth. And that this is what's leading to the expansion. This is a very controversial thesis, the expansion hypothesis, but there has been a lot of research on on this by some ustralian, scientists in in particular, there's one by the name of Dr James max love who has done a lot of work on the earth expansion hypothesis and has put out. A lot of scientific typers referencing other pioneers in this research, and basically they signed that is expanding when you look, for example, at the age of the earth's crust compared to the age of the of the of the ocean floor the ocean floor is much much younger. So weirding this strange though, isn't it? It is strange. It is so, but this is this is again because because so much science has been kind of like occulted using Jim Mathis, Tim analogy, that's so much. Scientific theory has been kind of like shape filtered to exclude these kinds of more innovative explanations for the behavior of the earth. So that, you know, things like the earth expansion hypothesis is really killed in fact, when you look at all of the data, and the the very legitimate scientific protocols that have been used by different researchers such as James mex- love the conclusion is that this is very real. And it's been covered up. Let's come back in a moment. Michael and take some phone calls with you, Dr Michael Sala with us. You heard what we've been talking about? So you make the call when we come back on coast to coast. Stay. Don't forget to watch our TV show beyond belief with George Noory, simply go to beyond belief dot com..

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Twelve hundred W O A. I. And welcome back to coast to coast. Dr Michael solid with us, Michael. We're talking about the document from nineteen Eighty-nine which doctor would looked at said, it's the real deal. Didn't he? Well, that's right. And then he found some important information about who actually was the person that was receiving that that briefing document, and he looked at one of these signatures on it and identified it as belonging to Philip Maher. Dr Phil Morrison who was a famous astronomer, and what was interesting about him was that he was a close associate of the cows Sagan too, many people believe, and I would be among them was actually part of the majestic twelve group that doctor Sagen actually was the replacement for Dr Robert Menzel who was was one of the founding members of the majestic twelve group and. And so, you know, there's there's kind of a back story to that. But essentially, I think what the briefing document was doing was that it was intended on on briefing, Dr Morrison on what exactly is happening when it comes to extraterrestrial life and the technologies that have been secretly developed and because they wanted him to be the replacement for Dr Carl Sagan on the majestic twelve committee. And so, you know, this is this is important because it gives us an idea of how the majestic told committee or whatever name it does by today kind of rotates members. And I I think that members are replaced by having ultimate replacements who I recommended and have particular expertise in an area that majestic twelve required. For the committee deliberations. And so one of those would obviously be astronomy. And when you look at Menzel, and Sagan and Davidson, what they had in common was that a little astronomers, and I think this is one of the positions that that he's on the majestic tall committee that has to be regularly renewed with a replacement, and I think this majestic tall document that the would authenticated. Actually, I think really shows hell the process booked, and why Davidson was with chosen to be the replacement for the sake, and what did you hear about a recruitment program from ours? Well, that's something that I've been fascinating for a long time. When Laura Eisenhower I came out around two thousand six two thousand and seven I remember having a conversation with Laura Abequa. And she's a great granddaughter a president. And she said that basically she was really pressured by a group to become part of this. Mas colony that was being planned, and she said that they really tried very hard to recruit her and a friend key Leah and both of them in the both of them actually released reports about, you know, the efforts that were made to recruit them. And and what happened was that Laura identified that the key individual behind it running this? Mas recruitment program was Dr help put off and he's a tech international, which is based in Austin, Texas that they were involved in this effort because they pioneers in studying exotic technologies, and when you gotta do what side you see held. They really green buddies in a lot of these really kind of exotic propulsion systems like hose, and and wolf drives. So the kind of like leaders in in this kind of out of the box thinking, so you know, what loara Eisenhower saying, I it's not it's not too far fetched in terms of, you know. In the national and poodle being involved in this kind of MAs recruitment process to get people volunteering to be part of the future colony to escape. Catastrophic earth events that they believe were coming in the years ahead. So she talked about that. And and and it's very interesting connection between what Laura said that she saw and and her friend key Leah saw in terms of many documents dealing with traversable, womb house, warp drives and teleportation all of these really kind of advanced technologies that put off and and we're working on that. They was a there was a interesting synchronicity with these recently relate. Defense Intelligence Agency reference documents. There was a list of thirty eight of these reference documents that was just confirmed just last month or the very recently a concerned by the federation of American scientists who received a. Response from the Defense Intelligence Agency confirming that this list of thirty eight. Defense Intelligence Agency documents dealing with these kinds of futuristic duck concepts was genuine, and so far we know that three of the papers three of these reference documents have been leaked to the public and all three have scientists from take. That's by hell put off actually being either the lead all the second. Also on those documents. So this is a concrete evidence that was involved with these kinds of concepts and Laura is in house says that back in two thousand seven two thousand six and seven that she saw a lot of these documents that that had been developing for this Mars colony. That's tremendous work. It really is. Now you've been looking at solar micro novas those. Those are pretty dangerous, aren't they? Oh, wow. I really important thing to start looking at. I was I was really intrigued by this series that in Davidson from space with a news started to put out he calls it the earth catastrophe series. And as I looked at the documentation, I realized that, you know, there is really a lot of scientific data out there on these Mike or know that that this is a cyclic event that has happened repeatedly history. We've got you know, going back maybe millions of years that in the article samples that different scientists have examined that they've been able to identify the effects of these micro Nova, which is come like solar flash. We're talking about something that's much bigger than you'll kind of the. The solar flares that most people are familiar with that. You know, for for example, I think a few years ago there was a kind of ex- ex- class six solar flare and locked out there. Yeah. That that hit the earth and had had an effect. And Quebec was the cook. I quit that system was affected. But with a sole flesh or a mock granola, we're talking about an x one hundred hitting the us. And and this is something that is really important for people start to stop thinking about it. Now, you've you've done a lot of work on this in terms of the the vulnerability of the grid. Yes. That that's that's something. That's that's very real. And there's a lot of studies supporting that. But as far as micro number concerned, you know, people are kind of the media with the Carrington affect over the Carrington event from I think it was adding fifty nine that wiped out the building electronics of of the planet at that time. And but they wasn't event actually that just recently a paper has come up studying an event that dates back to around seven fifty. D- which is called the Charlemagne event. And that was a really something very similar to these kind of Mike or no phenomenon and it was ten times bigger than Carrington affect. So if that would have happened now, and and this is what this study's is showing that this kind of Mike or know about can happen now that yeah, it can completely obliterate the the cold grits. Read the whole thing goes down, doesn't it exactly? And and and a lot of other things can can start happening. Tens of like the ozone layer being depleted by by the Cosby rays that would be associated with this kind of Michael Nova event. So that could have a devastating effect on on life on the planet because of this lead. The ozone layer protects us from a lot of. Radiation harmful radiation. Michael you continue to do a lot of work about the Arctic. What's going on down there? Well, and Antarctica is is just a fascinating place. It it is a continent. That's. One one point six times the size of the entire United States including Canada. And there's a lot of things bait under the eyes. And and people have been coming forward for years talking about what's down there. And I I have I have a book that's out there and Todd because hidden history that that looks at some of this information in particular, a lot of information about the Germans having a the colony under the ice, which, you know, use got people would would have laughed at that said. Well, how could that possibly bleed they happen? You would freeze under the Antarctic gosh. But but that's not correct because I only in twenty seventeen scientific studies began to be released showing that these huge Kevin systems, which have family heated that under the ice sheets under two miles of ice that they were saying that you you could have like a balmy seventy two. Agree. Kevin that is used and that actually it could sustain life down there. So this is something that really supports a lot of these insiders that over the years have said that the Germans have developed basis down there. And and very recently. You know, there have been a few things down there that if you anomalies identified cosmic rays coming out of Antarctica. And that's that's phenomenal. Because no one no one expected that cosmic rays becoming advantageous. There's a. I'm a device down there in Antarctica, cold Anita, which is designed to detect cosmic rays that are coming into the. And in particular, those coming in through Antarctica because of the. It's like netted fear Cosby grace into predominantly in the polar regions because that's the way the magnetically at the Rix, these kinds of VAT charged particles. And so this device is was measuring these Cosby rice coming from out of space. But then it started to pick up cosmic rice coming out of the us. And that's that's a really important sign, very important development. Because the my mind what that's signifying is that inside of the earth. We have something very similar to what's happening on the sun that, you know, people are aware of the sun emitting solar flares, you know, these huge coronal message actions where you have these Elvis coming out and kinda thickening the entire solar system as well as the earth, but in the interior of the the it's call the especially the the molten outta call. That you can actually have something very similar happening that they can be something analogous to a coronal message action happening inside of the earth. And that that is what's causing the cosmic rice come out of the us. And I think this is this. I think it's still something that the scientific community you've got gonna take some time to get around to because at the moment, they're saying that well, the Cosby rays, that'd be detected by the Nida device down in Antarctica. That was just detecting some kind of nonstandard physics model some nonstandard physics Todd. But I think really what's happening is that the to is generating cosmic rays that are that are coming out. And that this is what is being picked up by Nita. So and that kind of raises a whole lot of questions about how make. A related to polls shifts, and whether or not we are experiencing not only a magnetic pulse shift, but also going to witness a geophysical pole shift, which you know, people are being poking it out the deck is, but I think as we look at the at the data and some classified or declassified documents that have just recently come out, then we have to look at the possibility that we could very soon experience, not just the magnetic. But also geophysical Paul shift Michael is the planet ever endanger of blowing up. Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think it's dangerous blowing up. I think really what we're going to be seeing is the earth expanding that the earth is because it is London. Some in the interior the earth that there is some kind of mechanism inside of the earth, which is generating energy some kind of very large zero point energy generated down there in the earth. And that this is what's leading to the. With expansion..

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17:22 min | 2 years ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast. Dr Michael solid with us, Michael. We're talking about the documents from one thousand nine hundred eighty nine which doctor would looked at and said, it's the real deal. Didn't he? Well, that's right. And then he found some important information about who actually was the person that was receiving that that briefing document. He looked at one of these signatures on it and identified it as belonging to Philip Maher. Dr Philip Morrison who was a famous astronomer, and what was interesting about him was that he was a close associate of Dr Carl Sagan who many people believe, and I would be among them was actually part of the majestic twelve group that that doctor Sagen actually was replacement for Dr Robert Menzel who was was one of the founding members of the. Majestic twelve group. And and so, you know, there's there's a kind of a back story to that. But essentially, I think what the briefing document was doing was that it was intended on on briefing, Dr Morrison on what exactly is happening when it comes to extraterrestrial life, and the kind of technologies that have been secretly developed and because they wanted him to be the replacement of for Dr Carl Sagan on the majestic twelve committee. And so, you know, this is this is important because it gives us an idea of how the majestic twelve committee or whatever ninety dollars by today kind of rotates members. And I think that members. Replaced by having alternate or replacements who I recommended and have particular expertise in an area that majestic twelve requires for the committee deliberations. And so one of those would obviously be astronomy. And when you look at things L and Sagan and Davidson, what they had in common was that the little astronomers, and I think this is one of the positions that that he's on the majestic twelve committee that has to be regularly renewed we replacement, and this majestic tall document that the would authenticated. Actually, I think really shows hell the process looked and why Davidson was chosen to be the replacement for the second. What did you hear about a recruitment program for Mars? Well. That's something that be fascinating for a long time. When Laura is in how I came out around two thousand six two thousand and seven I remember having a conversation with Laura Beckley, and she's a great granddaughter of president. And she said that basically she was really pressured by a group to become part of this. Mas colony that was being planned, and and she said that they really tried very hard to recruit her and a and a friend by the key Leah and both of them in both of them actually released reports about, you know, the efforts that were made to recruit them. And and what happened was that Laura identified that the key individual behind it running this this up? Mas recruitment program was Dr help put off and he's sticking to national which is based in Austin, Texas that they were involved in this it because they pioneers in studying exotic technologies, and when you go to the website, you see how they really being buddies in a lot of these really kind of exotic propulsion systems like wormholes, and and wolf drives like leaders in kind of out of the box thinking, so you know, what loara Eisenhower was saying. I it's not it's not too far Fitch in terms of, you know, uh stick in the national and poodle being involved in this kind of MAs recruitment process to get people volunteering to be part of the future colony to escape. Had a stuffy earth events that they believed were coming in the years ahead. So she talked about that. And and a very interesting connection between what Laura said that she saw and and her friend key Leah saw you in terms of many documents dealing with traversable whim house, warp drives and teleportation all of these really kind of advanced technologies that put off and and we're working on that. They was a there was a interesting synchronicity with these recently leaked. Defense Intelligence Agency reference documents. There was a list of thirty eight of these reference documents that was just confirmed. I just last month. So just very recently a concerned by the federation of American scientists who received a response from the Defense Intelligence Agency confirming that this list of thirty eight Defense Intelligence Agency documents dealing with these kinds of futuristic duck, at concepts was genuine, and we know that three of the papers three of these reference documents have been leaked to the public and all three have scientists from that's from by put off actually being either the legal thought with a second also on those documents. So this is concrete evidence that wasn't involved with these kinds of concepts and Laura is in house is that back in two thousand seven two thousand six and seven that. She saw a lot of these documents that that had been developing for this month colony. That's tremendous work. It really is. Now, you've also been looking at solar micro novas. Those are pretty dangerous, aren't they? Oh, wow. They really important thing to start looking at all I was I was really intrigued by this series that been Davidson from space with news started to put out he calls it the earth catastrophe series. And as I looked at the documentation. I I realized that you know, there there is really a lot of scientific Dada out there on these micro knows that this is a cyclic event that has happened repeatedly. You know history. We've got going back millions of years that in the ice cold samples that. Different scientists have examined. They've been able to identify the effects of these micro Nova, which is of like a solar flash. We we're talking about something that's much bigger than you'll kind of the solar flares that must've people familiar with that, you know, for for example, I think a few years ago there was a kind of ex- ex- class six solar flare and locked out there. Yeah. That that hit the earth and had had an effect and Quebec was the Quebec Telesystem was affected. But with a sole flesh or a mock granola, we're talking about an x one hundred hitting the us. And and this is something that is really important for people. Stop to stop thinking about I now you've you've done a lot of work on this in terms of the the vulnerability of the grid. Yes. That that's that's something. That's that's very real. And there's a lot of studies supporting that. But as far as micro knows concerned, you know, people are kind of familiar with the Carrington affect excited Carrington event from I think it was aiding fifty nine that wiped out the building electronics of the pilot at that time. And but there was an event actually just recently. A paper has come up studying. Being an event that they specked to around seven fifty a d-, which is called the Charlemagne event. And that was a really something very similar to this kind of micro no phenomenon and it was ten times bigger than the Carrington affect. So if that would have happened now. And this is what the studies showing that this kind of micro knows can happen now that yeah, it can completely obliterate the cold grits has agreed. The whole thing goes down, doesn't it? Exactly. And and and a lot of other things can can start happening. Terms of like the ozone layer being depleted by by the Cosby grays that would be associated with this kind of micro Nova event. So that could have a devastating effect on on life on the planet because of this lead the ozone layer protects us from a lot of radiation harmful radiation. Michael you continue to do a lot of work about the Arctic. What's going on down there? Well, and Antarctica is is just a fascinating place. It it is a continent. That's one one point six times the size of the entire United States including Canada. And there's a lot of things buried under the eyes and and people have been coming forward for years talking about what's down there. And I I have. I have a book that's out there and Todd is hidden history. That that looks at some of this information in particular, a lot of emotion about the Germans having established the whole any under the ice, which you know, usually people would would have laughed at that said, well, how could that possibly bleed the heck and you'd freeze under the Antarctic ice? But but that's not correct because I only in twenty seventeen scientific studies began to be released showing that these huge Kevin systems, which have family heated that under the ice sheets under two miles of ice that they were saying that you you could have like a balmy seventy two degree Kevin that is used and that actually it could sustain lock down there. So this is something that really supports a lot of these inside is that over the years have said that the Germans have developed basis down there, and and very recently. Know there have been a few things down there that if you anomalies identified calls me raise coming out of Antarctica. And that's that's phenomenal. Because no one no one expected that cosmic rays would becoming advantageous. There's a. A device down. The, you know, Todd cold Anita, which is designed to detect cosmic rays that are coming into the and in particular those coming in through Antarctica because of the magnetosphere calls me grace into predominantly in the polar regions because that's the way the magnetically the Rix, these kinds of charged particles. And so this device is was measuring these cosmic rays coming from out of space. But then it started to pick up 'cause make rice coming out of the us. And that's that's a really important sign, very important development. Because to my mind what that's signifying. If that inside of the earth, we have something very similar to what's happening on the sun that you know, people are aware of the some emitting solar flares, you know, these huge. Wjr coronal message actions where you have these plasma out this coming out and kind of affecting the solar system as well as the earth. But in the interior of the of the us core, the especially the the molten out of call that you can actually have something very similar happening that they can be something analogous to a coronal message action happening inside of the earth, and that that is what's causing the cosmic rice come out of the earth. And and I think this is this. I think it's still something that the scientific community. He's gonna take some time to get around to because at the moment, they're saying that well the cosmic rays that'd be detected. By the Anita device down in Antarctica that that was just detecting some kind of nonstandard physics model some nonstandard physics particle. But I think really what's happening is that. The to is generating calls me rise that are that are coming up and that this is what is being picked up by Nita. So and and that kind of raises a whole lot of questions about hell raiser related to poll shifts, and whether or not we are experiencing not only magnetic pulse shifts, but also going to witness a geophysical pole shift, which you know, people have been it out the deck is, but I think as we look at the at the data and some classified or declassified documents that have just recently come out, then we have to look at the possibility that we could very soon experience, not just a magnetic geophysical pulse. Shift Michael is the planet ever endanger of blowing up. Well, that's an interesting question. I think it's dangerous blowing up I think really what we're going to be seeing is the earth expanding that the earth is because it is London. Some in the into the earth that there is some kind of mechanism inside of the earth, which is generating energy some kind of very large zero point energy generated down there in the us. And that this is what's leading to the expansion. And this is a very controversial thesis know the extension publicist, but there has been a lot of research done on this by some astray and scientists in particular there's one by the name of Dr James mex- love who has done a lot of work on the earth expansion hypothesis and has put out. A lot of scientific papers referencing other is immense research. And basically they signed that the earth is expanding when you look, for example, at the age of the us crust compare it to the age of the of the of the ocean floor the ocean floor is much much younger. So weird. Now, this strange though, isn't it? It is strange. It is so, but this is this is again because because so much science has been kind of like on a coated using Jim Mathis, Tim analogy, that's so much. Scientific theory has been kind of like shape filtered to exclude these kinds of more innovative explanations for the behavior of the earth. So that, you know, things like the earth expansion hypothesis is re killed, but in fact, when you look at all of the data, and the the very legitimate scientific protocols that have been used by different researchers such as James mex- love, the the conclusion is that this is very real. And it's being covered up. Let's come back in a moment. Michael and take some phone calls with you, Dr Michael Sala with us. You heard what we've been talking about? So you make the call when we come back on coast to coast. Stay. Don't forget to watch our TV show beyond belief with George Noory, simply go to beyond belief dot com..

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

17:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on KGO 810

"To coast AM on K G O eight ten. And welcome back to coast to coast. Dr Michael salad with us, Michael. We're talking about the document from nineteen Eighty-nine which doctor would looked at seven. It's the real deal. Didn't he? Well, that's right. And he found some important information about who actually was the person that was receiving that that briefing document. He looked at one of these signatures on it and authentified it as belonging to Philip Maher. Dr Philip Morrison who was a famous astronomer, and what was interesting about him was that he was a close associate of a doctor Carl Sagan, many people believe and would be among them was actually part of the majestic twelve group that doctor Sagen actually was the replacement for Dr Robert Menzel who was was one of the founding members of the. Majestic twelve group. And and so, you know, there's there's a kind of a back story to that. But essentially, I think what the briefing document was doing was that it was intended on on briefing, Dr Morrison on what exactly is happening when it comes to extraterrestrial life and the technologies that have been secretly developed and because they wanted him to be the replacement of for Dr Carl Sagan on the majestic twelve committee. And so this is this is an important document because it gives us an idea of how the majestic twelve committee or whatever name does by today kind of rotates members. And I think that members of. Replaced by having alternate. Oh, replacements who recommended and have particular expertise in an area that majestic twelve requires for the committee deliberations. And so one of those would obviously be astronomy. And when you look at Menzel and Sagan and Davidson, you know, what they had in common was it that little astronomers, and I think this is one of the positions that that he's on the majestic committee that has to be regularly renewed with a replacement, and this majestic twelve document that would authenticated. Actually, I think really shows hell the process looked and why Davidson was chosen to be the replacement for the and what did you hear about a recruitment program for Mars? Well, that's something that I've been fascinating for a long time. When Laura Eisenhower I came out around two thousand six two thousand and seven I remember having a conversation with Laura Beckley, and she's a great granddaughter of president. And she said that basically she was really pressured by a group to become part of this. Mas colony that was being planned. And and she said that they really try very hard to recruit her in a in a friend key Leah and both of them in both of them actually released reports about, you know, the efforts that were made to recruit them. And and what happened was that Laura identified that the key individual behind it running this this up? Mazda. Equipment program was Dr help put off and he's sticking to national which is based in Austin, Texas that they were involved in this effort because they pioneers in studying exotic technologies when you got today. What side you see how they really doing studies in a lotta these really kind of exotic propulsion systems like wormholes, and and what drives so the kind of like leaders in kind of out of the box thinking. So you know, what loara Eisenhower was saying? I it's not it's not too far fetched in terms of you know. In the national and poodle being involved in this kind of MAs recruitment process to get people volunteering to be part of the future colony to escape. Catastrophic earth events that they believe were coming in the years ahead. So she poked about that. And and a very interesting connection between what Laura said that she saw and her friend key saw in terms of many documents, dealing with traversable whim, holes, warp, drives and teleportation will of these really kind of advanced technologies that put off and and we're working on that. They was there was a interesting synchronicity with these recently leaked. Defense Intelligence Agency reference documents Dave was a list of thirty eight of these reference documents that was just confirmed. I just last month or very recently a concerned by the federation of American scientists who received a response from the Defense Intelligence Agency confirming that this list of thirty eight. Defense Intelligence Agency documents dealing with these kinds of futuristic concepts was genuine, and so far we know that three of the papers three of these reference documents have been leaked to the public and all three have scientists from Listrik that's run by hell put off actually being either the legal or the second also on those documents. So this is concrete evidence that was involved with these kinds of concepts, and is in house says that back in two thousand seven two thousand six and seven that she saw a lot of these documents that that had been developing for this mass colony that's tremendous work. It really is. Now, you've also been looking at solar micro novas those. Those are pretty dangerous, aren't they? Oh, wow. They really an important thing to start looking at all I was always really intrigued by this series that in Davidson from space with a news started to put out equals at the earth catastrophe series. And as I looked at the documentation, I realized that, you know, there is really a lot of scientific data out there on these micro know that this is a cyclic event that has happened repeatedly. You know history we going back millions of years that in the ice core samples that different scientists have examined that they've been able to a dentist by the effects of these micro Nova, which is like a solar flash. We're talking about something that's much bigger than your. Will kind of the solar flares that must people are familiar with that for for example. I think a few years ago there was a kind of ex- ex- class six solar flare locked out there. Yeah. That that hit the earth and had had an effect and Quebec was. The Quebec Telesystem was affected. But with a solo uh flesh or amok Renova. We're talking about an x one hundred hitting the earth. And and this is something that is really important for people. Stop to stop thinking about. I know you've you've done a lot of work on this in terms of the the vulnerability of the greed. Yes. That's that's something. That's that's very real. And there's a lot of studies supporting that, but as far as Mike we're not concerned know, people are kind of familiar with the Carrington affect of the Carrington event from I think it was eighteen fifty nine that wiped out the building electronics of the planet at that time. And but there was an event actually this recently, a paper has come up studying event that they expect to around seven fifty. A d- which is called the Charlemagne event. And that was a really something very similar to this kind of micro no phenomenon and it was ten times bigger than the Carrington affect. So if that would have happened now, and this is what the studies showing that this kind of micro knows can happen now that yeah, it can completely obliterate the the cold grits. Read the whole thing goes down, doesn't it exactly? And a lot of other things can can stop happening. Terms of like the ozone layer being depleted by by the Cosby graves that would be associated with this kind of Michael Nova event. So that could have devastating effect on on life on the planet because of this leave the ozone layer protects us from a lot of. Radiation harmful radiation. Michael you continue to do a lot of work about the Antar Tikka. What's going on down there? Well, and Antarctica is is just a fascinating place. It it is a continent. That's one one point six times the size of the entire United States including Canada. And there's a lot of things buried under the eyes and and people have been coming forward for years talking about what's down there. And I I have I have a book that's out there and Todd is hidden history. That that looks at some of this information in particular, a lot of these amazing about the Germans having a stablest colony under the ice, which you know, usually people would would have laughed at that said. Well, how could that possibly be heaven you'd freeze under the Antarctic? But but that's not correct because I only in twenty seventeen scientific studies began to be released showing that these huge Kevin systems which. Family heated that under the ice sheets under two miles of ice that they were saying that you you can have like a balmy seventy two degrees. Kevin that ease used and that actually it could sustain life down there. So this is something that really supports a lot of these insiders that over the years have said that the Germans have developed bases down there. And and very recently there've been a few things down there if you're normally identified cosmic rays coming out of Antarctica. And that's that's phenomenal. Because no one no one expected that cosmic rays would becoming advantange. There's a. A device down there in Antarctica, cold Anita, which is designed to detect cosmic rays that are coming into the and in particular those coming in through Antarctica because of the earth's magnetosphere Cosby grace into predominantly in the polar regions because that's why the magnetically the Rix, these kinds of charged particles. And so this device is was measuring these cosmic rays coming from out of space. But then it started to pick up 'cause meek rice coming out of the us. And that's that's a really important sign, very important development. Because to my mind what that's signifying is that inside of the earth. We have something very similar to what's happening on the sun that, you know, people are aware of the sun emitting solar flares, you know, these huge crowds. Toronto message actions where you have these plasma this coming out and kind of affecting the solar system as well as the earth, but in the interior of the us, cool, the especially the the molten out of call that you can actually have something very similar happening that they can be something analogous to a colonial message action happening inside of the earth. And that that is what's causing the cosmic Christ come out of the earth. And and I think this is this. I think it's still something that the scientific community. He's gonna take some time to get around to because at the moment, they're saying that well, the cosmic rays that are being detected by the Anita device down in Antarctica that that was just detecting some kind of nonstandard physics model some nonstandard physics Todd. But I think really what's happening is that. The seem to you is generating calls me rise that are that are coming out. And that this is what is being picked up by Nita. So and and that kind of raises a whole lot of questions about how make Risa related to poll shifts, and whether or not we are experiencing not only magnetic pulse shifts, but also going to witness a geophysical pulse shift, which you know, people have been talking about the deck is, but I think we look at the at the data and some classified or declassified documents that have just recently come out, then we have to look at the possibility that we could very soon experience, not just the magnetic, but also geophysical pulse. Shift Michael is the planet ever endanger of blowing up. Well, that's an interesting question audience think it's dangerous blowing up I think really what we're going to be seeing is the earth. Expanding that the earth is because it is London. Some in the interior of the earth that there is some kind of mechanism inside of the earth, which is generating energy some kind of very large zero point energy generator down there in the us. And that this is what's leading to the expansion. This is a very controversial thesis, the expansion hypothesis, but there has been a lot of research on this by some astray and scientists in in particular, there's one by the name of Dr James mex- love who has done a lot of work on the earth, expansion hypothesis and has put out a lot of scientific papers referencing other pioneers in this research, and basically they signed that the earth is expanding when you look. For example, at the age of the us crust compare it to the age of the of the of the ocean floor the ocean floor is much much younger. So if it's weird. Now, this strange though, isn't it? It is strange. It is so, but this is this is again because because so much science has been kind of like on occulted using Jing laugh is Tim analogy, that's so much. Scientific theory has been kind of like shape, they'll suited to exclude these kinds of more innovative explanations for the behavior of the earth. So that, you know, things like the earth extension hypothesis is really killed. But in fact, when you look at all of the data and the the very legitimate scientific protocols that have been used by different researches such as James mex-. Love the conclusion is that this is very real. And it's being covered up. Let's come back in a moment. Michael and take some phone calls with you, Dr Michael Sala with us. You heard what we've been talking about? So you make the call when we come back on coast to coast. Don't forget to watch our TV show beyond belief.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Sometimes I wasn't sure if it was humor, Abby, you're awesome. I just received the shipment confirmation of dinosaur empire, volume one. I look forward to reading it with my five. Year old. Keep up the great work. Travis, Travis one. I agree that Abbes. Awesome. And to your awesome. I'm sure you'll in your grill. They're gonna love abbey's book because me and my four year old totally did. Thank you for your Email. Yeah, thank you. Thanks. Travis. Doesn't feel like that long ago, Kelly, but it was almost a year ago we had on the show now it was a year ago the eclipse remember. All right. Molly. I got about the eclipse. Podcast eclipses clips. It did. All right. His car. Great tweets. We just butterfly in the sky initiate twice as high protocol. Lavar Burton, like it was good moment for everyone all on the internet. Hey, what do you have for us? Man, I end up of my favorite types of reviews, five star review. From what platform. Good question. And I tuned review five star. I tunes review. We like those. We'd love them. We know who left the review. It's by Dr. Carl Sagan, what a live and secretly tunes somewhat amazing. He may have this from the actor universe, the other side of the black hole, other galaxy, not really sure what he put it on the golden disk, Voyager being back from cloud ad like that carry the vest. Well, what car? I'll have to say about our show very nervous. I mean, he's a criminal. You know, he's a preeminent and science popularizer. So I really hope a thoughtful and well reasoned critique of what we're doing here, take Hewlett sort of. Did give us five stars. So that's already. Already metoo. So Dr Carl Sagan says the title of his his or her review. Its review is a whole episode about terrace oars question Mark. Exclamation Mark question market Flemish Mark. You can start Tara bang, double the terrifying, double integral bang, terro Bank that we don't. We don't have time. We don't have time. What's the review. You're just confusing. Me bang. And Dr Carl Sagan says, sort of just enough science nonsense and tasty beverages so that I feel like I am at the bar hanging with my geo colleagues until Tara sewers. If you haven't tuned into listen to episode two eighty five, where Kevin and Ryan and Juliana the down to talk about territories in the sky, then you should head on over to signed sort of dot com and have listened to it. 'cause it was awesome as evidenced by this five star review. And if you think that Juliana drops off towards the end of that recording, it's not because we were excluding her because she had played to breed therby rotor belts that we and fell asleep at the table. Star review, but we finished the podcast, but we didn't really keep asking a question. So Dr Carl Sagan. Thank you very much for.

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"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"dr. carl sagan" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"All right let's say if you don't let your favorite pairs you can't do that if you take a guy into the ocean eastbound sea land pacific there's no landed to what the same to south pacific yes that current chinese say well it's not a very good analogy because mars is a body of of of it's a it's a it's a gap go ahead notion man it's of land mass and so there's going to be different points of different plug raphy can you happy on this is red eye gentleman you should always have on if you've a talk show host expert because talk show don't know excuse me i got a great honour from forty two week about anything you really pretend pale just bitter over the fact that you will have a talk show i know you wanted to get one but dr carl sagan got one and as other nuts i don't give a tweet i wanted to have a medical show yeah that was the guy you'd be because mr a doctor aws mr arrived we don't like telling you said that because he got to show and you didn't get threats right and you wonder why he got the show because you hear people in the eu tied that's the only reason i try to show he did with trump and in with your day it was horrible it was terrible all right we're talking here deducted jim sadler trump get no i did not talking to the right now we're talking about the european space agency landing on mars with dr jim settler we're getting overdone mix the now done has done some investigation on this done mix is a private investigator.

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