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"eldridge" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"eldridge" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"It's actually and it's not a dry oil. It sort of sits somewhere in between. But it was really nice to just get into bed afterwards and feel clean but also really moisturised and to think, oh my God, that's really good a sink in and my skin is going to feel wonderful in the morning. And I actually texted Estonia and just said, oh my goodness, that was such a lovely experience. I really enjoyed that. I didn't actually use the bomb. That's on my list. But if you are looking for one of those experiences where you have a real treat when you get into a bath, whether it's once a week or every blue moon where you just think I really want to have a bath and for it to feel really luxurious and for it to feel really pampering. And to just feel very chilled out afterwards, I highly highly recommend marijuana stay alone. I really, really enjoy the products. And like I said, I love the idea or not the idea. I love the fact that those salts are so multi texture and you've got that really sharp shards like big shards of salt. Mixed in with the flakes and the grains and it just makes it feel it's that lovely sensory experience when you're putting it together rather than just a functional sandy type of salt or just something that anything that's got any kind of grit or flowers or any debris in it that's going to block your drain. This doesn't have any of that. This is just so lovely and it all dissolves really beautifully. So that's a strong recommend smells like luxurious and absolutely incredible too. And the other product that I have talked about, and the reason I'm mentioning this on the show is because I haven't got around to filming a video on it yet, but it's one I said ages ago. Don't worry this video is coming, and I still haven't got round to it because of various other commitments going on with the podcast. But a few people have said, can you just say what you think of it? So it's the Lisa Eldridge foundation. And it is genuinely a really beautiful foundation. And before I talk to you about what it's like, I'm going to tell you the story. Because I think it sort of sets it up quite nicely. So you may remember at the end of October beginning of November 2021, I hosted Caroline hirons pop up. So they were talks throughout the days three days. And I was basically like the hype girl to Caroline's superstar, which was excellent. I had the most fun. I have to say. And the final guest on the three days was Lisa Eldridge, so it was me, Lisa, and it was Caroline on the stage for the final for the final panel talk, which was just brilliant, brilliant hearing about everything that Lisa does, including this foundation from lease that I know loads of people were completely transfixed in the crowd. And afterwards, Caroline and Lisa went upstairs and they met a load of people and I popped into the green room. And I was and Ruth quickly was there with curly who you may remember. She's really cool now, but she was a model recommends for a long time. And she said, hey, Lisa's invited us to go to the pop up that she's got around the corner because Lisa at the time had a pop up in covent garden. And she said, do you want to come around and have a look? And she said, she said it was around. And I said, are you sure she said, also just you, and I thought, actually, I'm not going to pull it that thread. I'm just going to go because the chance to go around the store with Lisa and Ruth, he's a great mate, was just too much to pass up. So off we went to the store. And not only did Lisa tell us about the foundation and what have you she also walked us through her vintage makeup collection, which was so wonderful. And just utterly brilliant to hear her talk about those products and the passion and the reverence and how protective she is of them, but also just a lovely experience just to see somebody so passionate about what they do and honestly, it was so, you know, when you just hear somebody and they are almost in a dream like state telling you about these products. So it was really lovely and as a makeup enthusiast, too. It was I was transfixed as well. And I was color matched to the foundation. Which. Really I had my I was having my picture taken with Lisa. And when I found Ruth again, she was having her makeup her color match, the foundation, color match. And so I just instinctively, you know what we like creating things for the gram. I just started filming it and it was only after I've been doing it about 30 seconds. I realized that the gentleman who was applying with foundation for her was actually in my makeup teacher, David horne, he's an incredible makeup artist. But when I did a makeup course, about 12 years ago now, he was my tutor and I learned so much from him. I was like, oh my God, David. So he then color match me, so I was color matched to shade 13. In a way we went, I also bought a lip gloss that Lisa recommended would look really nice on me and it has a completely forgotten the name now, but it's basically the color of my lips but better. So I wear it all the time. But one of the things that was so wonderful about that experience was that during the talk with Caroline, we had talked about Lisa's foundation and Lisa had talked very specifically about how she applies foundation and how she likes to use natural light..

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Jury begins deliberating cop's case in Daunte Wright death

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Jury begins deliberating cop's case in Daunte Wright death

"Jury jury deliberations deliberations have have started started in in Minnesota Minnesota in in the the manslaughter manslaughter trial trial of of former former police police officer officer Kim Kim potter potter potter potter says says she she mistakenly mistakenly thought thought she she had had a a taser taser in in her her hand hand when when she she shot shot and and killed killed Dante Dante right right during during a a traffic traffic stop stop Earl Earl grey grey is is her her attorney attorney in in the the state state is is not not a a crime crime it it just just doesn't doesn't just just it it just just doesn't doesn't in in our our freedom freedom loving loving country country we're we're going going to to put put you you in in jail jail for for mistake mistake you you made made prosecutor prosecutor Aaron Aaron Eldridge Eldridge calls calls it it a a blunder blunder of of epic epic proportions proportions Eldridge Eldridge says says potter potter had had the the training training to to handle handle the the situation situation this this was was avoidable avoidable she she knew knew how how to to get get it it right right but but she she failed failed to to get get it it right right she she failed failed Dante Dante right right defense defense attorney attorney gray gray told told the the jury jury Dante Dante Wright Wright was was at at fault fault within within seconds seconds he he also also breaks breaks away away that's that's the the cause cause ladies ladies and and gentlemen gentlemen of of the the jury jury tape tape from from court court TV TV potter potter is is charged charged with with first first degree degree and and second second degree degree manslaughter manslaughter I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Prosecutor: Potter 'failed' Wright; defense calls it mistake

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 6 months ago

Prosecutor: Potter 'failed' Wright; defense calls it mistake

"Two two starkly starkly different different versions versions of of events events are are being being presented presented at at the the start start of of the the trial trial of of the the former former Brooklyn Brooklyn center center police police officer officer charged charged in in the the death death of of Dante Dante right right in in opening opening statements statements prosecutor prosecutor Aaron Aaron Eldridge Eldridge told told jurors jurors that that Kim Kim potter potter violated violated her her police police training training which which she she drew drew her her gun gun instead instead of of a a taser taser and and fatally fatally shot shot right right she she betrayed betrayed a a twenty twenty year year old old kid kid defense defense attorney attorney Paul Paul ang ang says says the the potter potter made made a a mistake mistake but but that that she she was was trying trying to to protect protect fellow fellow officers officers all all you you have have to to do do was was surrender surrender the the officer officer potter potter was was training training that that day day Anthony Anthony lucky lucky testified testified that that the the registration registration on on rights rights Kerr Kerr was was expired expired and and that that during during the the stop stop he he smelled smelled marijuana marijuana and and found found right right didn't didn't have have a a license license or or current current proof proof of of insurance insurance when when lucky lucky discovered discovered a a warrant warrant for for a a weapons weapons charge charge he he ended ended up up struggling struggling with with right right as as you you try try to to make make the the arrest arrest video video evidence evidence is is being being used used extensively extensively at at the the trial trial George's George's don't don't require require proof proof that that potter potter intended intended to to kill kill right right but but the the defense defense is is arguing arguing that that potter potter would would have have been been justified justified in in shooting shooting him him even even if if she she had had consciously consciously chosen chosen to to draw draw her her handgun handgun I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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The Entomology of Boycotts

Interesting If True

02:02 min | 1 year ago

The Entomology of Boycotts

"I bring you interesting words and you may know all of them That have roots and a person's name, so if you remember quiz from last year i mentioned gerrymandering from Massachusetts governor l. Eldridge Gerry and the shape of voting districts kind of looked like a salamander Boston globe picked it up ran with became the gerrymander. And that's jerry me today. I really hope that some town in that in that area has a salamander mascot named Jerry. Oh that would be amazing right like of all the missed opportunities--ya so well are words today. Come also from people's names so our first one which i find really exciting well. I don't know if i told you this. I know i did on our previous show. But i don't know about the show but i went to ireland once on my honeymoon and scotland early. Yeah but this. This actually comes to us from irish irish. An irish word. The irish invented boycotting because of the english thousand percents. Yeah okay this all started in eighteen. Eighty when charles stewart parnell whom i've never heard of but was a pretty popular. Irish member of parliament named parliament after sir parlor apart so he decided that the english government had failed them in their time of need and they must seize control of their own destiny. This was not long after the potato famine. When you know. The brits really did nothing when they knew there was a problem and actively chose to ignore it while one third of the irish population starved to death. And then they that whole came in. Yeah we're assholes. So arnelle was the son of a protestant landowner who organized the rural masses into agitation against the ruling landlord class so the brits mostly the landlords owned everything. They were jacking up rent. They're throwing people out on the streets. Just terrible terrible people so kind of started. This movement called the three apps he wants fixity of tenure a freedom to sell and fair rent so these are all just people won't be affordable human rights. The same problem we're facing today.

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Paranormal Cirque brings horror circus to Traders Village in Houston

Houston's Morning News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Paranormal Cirque brings horror circus to Traders Village in Houston

"Horror themes. Circus making a return visit to Houston this week. Cirque Italians bringing his paranormal Cirque showed a traitor's village inside Fair on North Eldridge Parkway. Scott aware Halloween Haunted House meets on Modern Circus With horror fantasy Heart Stopping acrobatics contortionist scenario last mind with little comedy, an audience interactions judgment. No 100, thirteen's admitted anyone under 17 has to be with an adult. Circus is running with socially distant seats and masses recommended. There's a performance every evening tonight through Friday and then to each on Saturday and Sunday.

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Most Americans will be eligible for Covid-19 vaccination by mid-April

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Most Americans will be eligible for Covid-19 vaccination by mid-April

"Says 90% of all American adults will be eligible for the covert 19 vaccine within three weeks. That's two weeks sooner than the May 1st date for all adults in this state. Here's Como's Keith Eldridge, the president setting April 19th as a target date for 90% of all adults becoming eligible just three weeks from now because we have the vaccines for the vast, vast majority of it. Adults. You won't have to wait till may want you be eligible for your shot in April 19th the governor's office. Those says it's still looking into the president's announcement, but believes it does not appear that this is a directive. It appears that he is saying that more vaccine is coming. Any reassessment will come after we received the additional doses while they're staying with the current timeline, which is three million people eligible right now, That's 50% of the population another two million starting on Wednesday, bringing the total up to 80% and then The final 1.2 million. Not until May, 1st co. Most

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Seattle health leaders see encouraging coronavirus trends

News, Traffic and Weather

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle health leaders see encouraging coronavirus trends

"Term care facilities. Comas Keith Eldridge reports on what they're calling encouraging news. There's county says Long term care settings continue to show sharp declines. As the vaccinations take full effect. We've seen a decline in deaths of role, and it's a sharp decline in deaths that long term care facilities as well, which is very good news sharp contrast from a year ago when long term care settings were the hardest hit, especially the King County, which is now seeing a huge difference and that is truly great to see. You've also gone from dozens of outbreaks and hundreds of cases reported from long term care facility. Lt's each week to single digits in recent weeks, and it's the homeless county. The encouraging trend continues cases in long term care facilities. Thank goodness have almost completely disappeared. He got rich. Come on. Yes. And two people were killed at a home in

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Football, Other Fall II High School Sports Start This Week in Massachusetts

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Football, Other Fall II High School Sports Start This Week in Massachusetts

"Now, Little something new and that is fall to anything that used to be normal is everything's changed. I hear that Billy Eldridge is getting ready for volleyball tryouts here. A Danvers high school today indoor track cheerleading, unified basketball also getting underway. And how about football in the middle of winter? It's gonna be weird finding that fall field says Jason. Tommy. Yeah, she smiles and you association Footballs in athletic directors in this neck of the woods like Kyle Hodson at Newburyport. You better believe they're working overtime these days. You know, his athletic directors and his coaches were used to having some control over our programs and what we do. It's really difficult to plan. One mother of a volleyball player here in Xander's told me each player being allowed to Spectators in the gym. So for now, at least, mom and Dad can go watch the Games Glass half full approach in a pandemic, right? From Danvers High School drama Holland WBZ. Boston's news radio. 5 57 straight ahead of the news had six o'clock with WBC's Nicole Davis look at the latest coronavirus cases and a somber

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High school student gets Covid vaccine in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

High school student gets Covid vaccine in Seattle

"Got the covert vaccine. He may be the youngest in the state. Brayden Eldridge, no relation to our Keith Eldridge is a medical intern at Swedish Hospital and qualified for the shot. He joins the thousands of health care workers who are in the first group to be vaccinated. You don't even feel it. It's apparently like half the volume of a flu shot. Then the visor ones, even smaller than that. I'm just so excited. I mean, there's there's a back scene. There's an end to this. His emotional mom. Courtney recovered from covert several months ago and still has lasting effects, including food aversions. And she needs an inhaler on occasion. The state has released the

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"eldridge" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"eldridge" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

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"eldridge" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"eldridge" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"The new podcast that examines iconic looks in film television music and fashion history. I'm your host. Tiffany bartok hey. Everybody happy new year here. We are and it's really weird. It's already weird but you know we've been trained pretty well by now. So hopefully we're going to make the most twenty twenty one regardless of how it begins. I have been so excited to start the new year with this new episode. It's obvious why am so excited. Because guess is lisa eldridge who needs no introduction. Obviously and i know these intros are always really gushy love letters. But i'm not gonna apologize for that because all of these artists are deserving of high regard as you know. Lisa is incredible makeup artist. You've seen her work on the cover of every magazine and her celebrity clients are just too many to name but she's also known to have an extremely high and youtube channel. This youtube channel. Many aspire to recreate. And maybe they don't quite have the elegance in authority that lisa has so they don't quite succeed but lisa is the gold standard. And that's just me talking. I'm not giving side eye or anything. I'm just saying that she set the standard. And that's everything she does. She has the brain of an encyclopedia duty. History beauty culture and scientific knowledge when it comes to products her book face paint was new york times bestseller. And if you don't own it just know that your library is being judged by anybody who finds out and and and an n. Just for christmas gift just now. I received her lipsticks which are truly extraordinary. And i'm not just saying that because this glorious woman is a guest on this podcast. I'm saying it. I mean she doesn't even know why i'm saying she's no she's not here she's no i'm saying this so it's not even here for this part and i don't have to say if you're listening to this on your podcast app. Please remember that you can watch it. You can subscribe to the youtube version. Tiny url dot com slash l. b. t. l. youtube channel. And that's where you can see all the looks that we're talking about and a lot more fun things. I also have a little giveaway going on on our issues. So head to look behind the looks i g and lichen share if you feel so inclined and this conversation with lisa and i the most down to earth woman in the world who does not have to be she just is.

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Project Rainbow and Flying Saucers

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Project Rainbow and Flying Saucers

"To kids myths and mysteries. I've your host. Kent chrome today rothwells theory. I'll begin with three assumptions. That most theorists can agree on first that flying saucer did crash near roswell new mexico in july nineteen forty seven second that bodies were recovered from the crash site and third that there are scientists working on projects that are rated above top secret and the us government and military branches are not privy to the thread. That connects the pieces of this theory. Is that the security team surrounding these super top secret. Scientific projects has access to the best technology in the field of stealth investigation and manipulation and are possessed of the ability to control all branches of military as well as federal government with the purpose of keeping these projects secret. Only the purpose of this theory is to establish not just a flying saucers crashed near roswell bodies were retrieved but the source of the flying saucer the nature of the crew and the evidence that security teams protecting various super top secret projects were involved to understand the crash of flying saucer at roswell nineteen forty seven we need to go back four more years to nineteen forty three and parallel projects intended to bring world war two to an end. The project brought to fruition was dubbed. Little boy it was the first atomic bomb. The one that was dropped on hiroshima the first control nuclear reaction was in one thousand nine hundred forty two at the university of chicago's reactor and rico firm oversaw the first controlled energy release from the nucleus of an atom after intense effort. The oakridge plant in tennessee began to produce bomb-grade us to thirty five from nineteen forty two to nineteen forty five manhattan project continued progress toward the end result an atomic bomb now. The parallel project. I mentioned was dubbed project rainbow on august twelve nineteen forty-three. It was leaked. That the us navy conducted a test of some sort on the uss eldridge a d. e. class destroyer at the philadelphia navy yard. The exact nature of this test however is open to speculation that tasks or tests were conducted but only produced undesirable results afterwards. the project was supposedly cancel. Not as the public was led to believe because it failed. But because the manhattan project was moving ahead without a hitch but project rainbow was not only not cancelled. It was not an attempt to make the. Us eldridge invisible nor was his project conducted by the navy. It was simply the a naval vessel was chosen as a guinea pig. The name rainbow was attached to the project because of the nature of a rainbow to start at one point ended another. It was determined that if the navy vessels could be transported from an allied area to a battle zone in a matter of minutes that it could turn the tide of the war project. rainbow was based on is stein's theory on the space time continuum too. Massive tesla coils which acted as electromagnetic generators were utilized. One was mounted forward mounted aft. Other accounts state. Their series of generators called gaza's were us when activated. The electromagnetic field would extend out from the ship when the actual test was put into motion. A number of unexpected. A bizarre side effects occurred as the electromagnetic field increased in strength to begin to extend this for out as a hundred yards from the ship in all directions. Forming a large spear within this field to ship became fuzzy and indistinct and agrees hayes formed around the vessel obscuring it from view eventually the only visible object was the outline of the whole of the eldridge where it entered the water then to the amazement of onlookers. The entire ship vanished from view. It was at this point. The vanishing of the alridge that the true power of electromagnetic field that had been created was revealed. Eldridge had not only banished from the view of observers philadelphia. It had vanished from philadelphia altogether. This ship had been instantly transported several hundred miles away from philadelphia to norfolk virginia. And this was the goal after a few minutes. The ship once again banished to return back to philadelphia the failings of the task to become purposefully obscured and vague. As was the intention of the team that was in charge of keeping project. Remember secret secure. Little boy was dropped on hiroshima august. Six one thousand nine hundred forty five and twenty two days later. Japan's surrender in world. War two was brought to an end but the research on project rainbow continued.

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Washington, DC - Montgomery football coaches ask for in-person training

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, DC - Montgomery football coaches ask for in-person training

"Two dozen high school football coaches from across Montgomery County are asking school officials to let their players begin training. But w T. O P is Dick Uliano reports that is not gonna happen for now Coaches from schools ranging from Bethesda Chevy Chase to wouldn't have written to the county executive in the school board. They say for the mental and physical well being of student athletes. Optional in person training should resume on high school football fields But an official with the Montgomery County public school system so school athletics will continue virtually And a spokesman for County executive Mark Eldridge expresses support for the cove. It 19 taskforce on school athletics and its efforts to develop plans to safely return in person activities when conditions allow,

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Seattle school beginning year with in-person learning despite Inslee's warning

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle school beginning year with in-person learning despite Inslee's warning

"Back in class in a private school in Renton Como's Keith Eldridge with the story. It's a small, independent school kindergarten through high school. They believe they can mask up in state socially distant and keep kids and staff safe. Renton Prep Christian school 140 kids total, but only half of them are actually at the school. Other half going fully online, and they say they're following the governors and state health secretary's guidance on temperature checks, masking, distancing and being outdoors whenever possible, fully mask. We've talked with medical professionals who are families who have kids and a swell as those who are unrelated to our school, and we don't know the importance of masking Even outside then, unlike other schools that planned on a hybrid or part online and part on sites, written prep is either or

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Newly revealed White House document suggests some states should take stricter COVID-19 measures

News, Traffic and Weather

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Newly revealed White House document suggests some states should take stricter COVID-19 measures

"The new White House report says Our state should revert to tougher coded 19 restrictions because of our positive test break, But that document was never officially released by the president's Corona Virus Task force. Danko. Most keep, Eldridge says It's unclear if Washington should even be on that list. Because of questionable data. There's no question the number of covert cases is going up on the governor has a mandatory mask ordered a pause on moving up in phases and a place for people to do their part. Something has to change fairly significantly or we're going to be back been to the suit, just like we were in March and April. Now, a document prepared for the White House Corona Virus Task force but not publicized suggest Washington and more than a dozen states should revert to more stringent protective measures. Was obtained by the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit newsroom, based in Washington, D.

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Montgomery County still holds off on Phase Three, awaits July Fourth impact

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Montgomery County still holds off on Phase Three, awaits July Fourth impact

"A wait and see attitude when it comes to entering Phase three of Corona virus Reopening county executive Marquel Rich says talk of easing pandemic restrictions cannot happen until well after the holiday weekend, when people might Travel, get exposed to the virus and bring it back home with him next Wednesday. We won't be telling you re opening any way we're gonna wait. We've got at least a week from this weekend to make sure we don't see a spike in cases. As for when pools of Montgomery County might reopen, will not right now, Eldritch says. Pool staff is unemployed year round and maintenance work on the swimming pools will need to be done to prepare. Eldridge says he hopes pools can open soon.

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Physical altercation at northwest Harris County Walmart in Houston leads to false reports of gunfire, officials say

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Physical altercation at northwest Harris County Walmart in Houston leads to false reports of gunfire, officials say

"Well the reports of a gunfire caused panic and evacuation of the Walmart on FM nineteen sixty at Eldridge in northwest Harris County yesterday afternoon the initial report came in around four fifteen if possible shots fired by the sheriff's office says two men got into a physical altercation in the store one of them had a gun but the gun was never fired during the altercation something fell off a shelf causing people to think that god had been fired there are no reports of any injuries no one was

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Atlanta - Most restaurants will keep dining rooms closed despite governor's reopening order

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta - Most restaurants will keep dining rooms closed despite governor's reopening order

"Georgia is one of a handful of states that is beginning to relax some restrictions on businesses today it's leading restaurants reopen their dining rooms to in person service from Georgia public broadcasting Ellen Eldridge reports Georgia governor Brian Kemp says restaurants can re open their doors with some restrictions employees will have their temperatures checked and salad bars and preset tables will not be allowed and Jerry Buss is director of public relations for the Georgia based waffle house chain she says the twenty four hour restaurant with four hundred locations in Georgia is ready we were taking all of the continent people taking the knee is off of the table and those would have to be requested by customers so that we can sanitize them immediately after each despite the order many chains independent restaurants will remain closed saying they do not feel the state is ready to re open for NPR news I'm Ellen Eldridge in

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Boston - House passes bill to require daily coronavirus reports from Massachusetts nursing homes

WBZ Midday News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - House passes bill to require daily coronavirus reports from Massachusetts nursing homes

"On Beacon Hill the house passes a bill to overhaul the way that bursting homes and the state report the impact of the virus it would require that all long term care facilities report daily to local boards of health and the state DPH the number of covert nineteen cases and deaths this bill was filed by Democrat Ruth balls or at a nude in a second bill is making its way through it would allow the state department of public health more leeway in taking action taking the reins when there is an outbreak for example the state could inspect or even take over the management of a nursing home senator Jamie Eldridge of Acton is backing this bill it also would require that all staff at long term facilities undergo testing for corona virus and temperature checks

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"eldridge" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You saw this thing rotating the next thing you know that your page out you don't see anything except the water line and I assume on radar as well yes the red orange weakened and then disappeared while they were happy all right so twelve August comes now you've got the Eldridge with how many people aboard claim number respond twenty five about twenty five most of Monday now there is only approximately six or eight people of our member now if there's about eight people on deck and the rest were below deck Duncan I run the control room of course there was a captain on board the ship which took the trip down to which station for the testimony referred motor self from the bridge went down below where we're safer stand for the final test we had three observer ship Kerrier with the same personal on board watching the test a merchant ship known as a guest judge for yourself and a Coast Guard cutter so there was an all of a sudden it was a blue flashing light to hit banish the waterline foundation was nothing but trust palm bay water there like that just like that just like that a blue flash the water line that was invisible vanish the ship gone right just flat gone that's correct and of course we could not raise it on radio they attempted to do so the ship was gone about four hours the question are gonna wish biting his fingernails on the street and so was everybody else including captain originally.

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The Medical Reason You're Craving Carbs Right Now

Art Beauty

04:48 min | 2 years ago

The Medical Reason You're Craving Carbs Right Now

"Speaking of back to basics and the simple basics of life. Today's guest was kind of amazing. I learned so march. Yeah Dr Eldridge Taylor. And he is based in Atlanta. He's a board certified holistic doctor he started as an Obgyn and started to realize that you know there are a natural ways that we can really fortify our bodies in sort of get back to the basics as you said So he's got some great tips especially during this time of stress To number one boost immune system and Have a potato chip and know why it's okay. You're doing the right thing. Okay well stress. I mean almost. Everybody really understands that when they're under stress they're more likely to get a cold or flu or any other city or you know eighteen hours a day for two or three weeks. Are you're flying around? You know you're on a bunch of the sales calls all know you come? Home is more likely to get sick because stress and cortisol suppresses the immune system but we get works. Is that when the body is under stress? It is worried about dying right in there and it is saying. Hey we don't need to worry about something that's going to happen along Tam from now we've got to have all our resources toward whatever you're doing is eighteen hours of work. Whatever we gotta devoted so the immune system is suppressed so The first thing you need to do is to not panic. Panic one makes you make bad decisions. It CAUSES CORTISOL TO INCREASE CAUSES SYMPATHETIC. Nervous System TO BE ENHANCED. And so yet looking at you know it's great to look at the news and to be informed but looking at it twenty four hours a day is not good for. Ya told. I was on interview the other day. And said you need to binge-watch Nip flicks comedy special? You know but I do these days is I watched the morning news. First of all the morning news is always going to be friendlier than news. The evening is as working in immediate used. If if it bleeds it leads right so there it is what it is folks but the morning news generally tends to be a little bit more upbeat while you can still get those key headlines for the day for I don't understand why everybody a Netflix are. Watching shows like contagion were doing. We're living in living contagion. You need to laugh. You need to play. You need to go outside six feet away but you need to actually go outside. So what can you do? Here's how you can boost your immune system. Seventy percent of your immune system is in your gut and good. Bacteria in the gut will help control the immune system because what is happening with this virus by people at AMC is that their immune system is going. Overboard is being uncontrolled. It's actually attacking healthy tissue instead of just the hours. So probiotics will help to control the immune system so that doesn't go overboard now when it comes to things like vitamin C. Do you find that it's better to get it. From natural things like oranges or citrus. Or you should we just go for a supplement. Yes it's you know. The thing is I mean you'd have to eat a lot of oranges to get enough vitamin C. To really now it would be enough for the daily requirement but then daily requirement is to prevent scurvy. But if you look at the research When you're talking about is antiviral capabilities and and other things. You have to use more than talking about somewhere between a thousand and four thousand milligrams on pretty much consistent basis this. In order to really boost the immune system said that bag of mandarins bought yesterday and that had been just like funneling is is a joke me. In how many how much? I'd rather do that than the candy all day that would rather for. You've much vitamin C. Is in wine orange or Mandarin ballpark. Do you know you got me on that one okay. I'll have to look so on. That probiotic tipped you you. You know that was in the arsenal that you discussed. I get confused. An ICY probiotic in the Little Strawberry Yogurt drink. I give my daughter in the morning and then I see it in the vitamins that are not so active looking and then the other day I was in whole foods all gloved up and looking crazy and I noticed this really butte.

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Parakeets found dumped at west Houston park

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Parakeets found dumped at west Houston park

"Oh west side park is gone to the birds parakeets to be exact someone dumped as many as fifty parakeets offered Fiorenzo park on Eldridge near the Westpark tollway this week and now animal rescue volunteers are trying to figure out who volunteers rounded up as many as thirty of the birds but they say a dozen more may have been abandoned at the park in this cold wet weather and now they're being picked off like birds of prey parts staff found empty Berg containers near a trash can rescuers believe the birds may have come from an overstock pet shop or an animal hoarder Nikki Courtney newsradio seven forty K. T.

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"eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"Rise up Keith Eldridge komo news five fourteen let's check your drive the rain continues to come down here in Jordan has another comma traffic updates we are still working with our crash in Marysville that's partially blocking the ramp from northbound five to nine to northbound I. five now I'm hearing of a possible new crash north MI five in seatac around a hundred and eighty eight they haven't spotted it yet on the camera but I do see that the traffic is starting to get stacked up north but I five is also busy through to come a city center and we're becoming happier if you're approaching can do mowing road northbound one six seven slowing go if you travel through seminary into Pacific lots and lots and lots of roads are going to be closed today due to flooding valley freeway that still closed out from excuse me the maple valley from two hundred and thirty first two hundred ninety six simple state route nine hundred a score Hobart road or close to launch heard tiger mountains and also hearing word that that sounder north wind service that isn't going to be running today from ever to Seattle and that's due to the risk of mud slide our next call much traffic at five twenty four como eco roof forecast yes service showers this morning Iranian breezy this afternoon we're getting a little bit of a break right now from about shoreline down toward Olympia along the I five corridor it's raining north of the keys to the south of there looks like this afternoon the rain and the winds will pick up a little bit more high around fifty degrees gusty overnight tonight three C. for your Saturday with a chance of showers then.

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"eldridge" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you along with Jim Eldridge as we talk about digital consciousness Jim what is simulation mean to you yeah actually Georgia thanks for asking that question night I don't like the word simulation but everybody sort of knows what it means so we use a lot of the reason I don't like it it it kind of implies that there is something fake about it and not real yup yeah writing not really yeah or that there's somebody behind creating that simulation and it's not necessarily the case you know you can we could live in a a virtual reality that's run by information and information processing and it's it's a could be different than the simulation idea so to me when I say simulation it feels like you know what we're saying something of that fake and a bit contrived I still use the term because everybody knows what it means so yeah that's easy to understand this yeah exactly a lot of words are like that you know the word consciousness of like that computers are like that you know people often say well what's behind the simulation what's the computer that it's running on well it doesn't have to be running on a computer actually we just have in our mind the idea that simulations run on computers there for four in one there has to be a big computer in the sky somewhere and that's not really necessarily the case can we be electronically wiped out yeah you know what I got to tell you that is a fascinating question I think in all the times I've done interviews and nobody that happened but I'm glad you asked me before the break of the gave me time to think about a young so let's let's talk about what we mean by we or me or you if we're talking about our consciousness I think it's very very unlikely because I think that's something that fundamental and practically immortal no you're fine I don't tend to use the tentative answers and and solid yes in those and work like truth and proof and stuff because I I II you know allow that that you know things could be different than than it appears and basically all we have is evidence we try to draw conclusions from it so yes possible and in that sense but the with when you say our our reality being wiped out like everything that we look around and see that is just local elation yeah that that could happen I I would be willing to do there's a way you can do that you can in just a certain amount of DMT and your reality will completely disappear fortunately it'll come back that's right but that has nothing to do with whether or not it's digital even in a sort of analog universe you know humans can destroy reality grey goose could destroy a reality and after it hit could destroy us you know some crazy alien when you're a grown collider you know they could theoretically do something that were were not aware of and destroy the universe even even if it weren't digital so yeah the idea that the digital isn't shouldn't feel scary to people and that shouldn't be a fear when I was fourteen or fifteen in our classes science unloved and our teacher said the what do you think you know this planet is and what's the universe then you know what I concocted I don't know why I did this Jim but I sketched a dog with a free N. we were the fleet we were planet earth was the flea it was on this dark end of this dog shook us off we go flying out into no wars land but that the dog controlled who we were what we did because we lived on now that's kind of weird but it's kind of close to this it is it's it's I I think it's a good metaphor because the sleeve probably doesn't know much about the dog right all it knows it is you know this is home from its tiny little perspective knows what a hair like or what the skin is like or whatever but it doesn't know that a dog barking dog plays in a dog thinks about certain things and so it is with with us in our universe inside of us we have bacteria that are alive they don't know what we're like but they're part of us I think it's something like forty percent of us is is bacteria that aren't cells in the same way we're on a planet here where we we have consciousness all the other you know conscious entity living entities have constant some people through panpsychism think that rocks and everything has a certain amount of consciousness which is you know an interesting point of view but does that mean that if like you know we're like the bacteria in the gut or will like the flea on the dog and that the earth is also conscious or is the universe conscious and that the guy a hypothesis I think a lot of people believe that I think is a reasonable point of view let's bring religion back into it for a moment can can we assume that a divine creator whether it's digital or not a divine creator is behind it almost like a creator of a software program yeah we we don't have to assume that so that is a possibility and in fact that's the Nick Bostrom ideas that were the divine creator in the future that we're creating the ancestors simulations and what we're experiencing now is living in one that's his theory and that's the one that you on must kind of jumped on too so that's sort of the prevailing you know theory when people talk about the simulation theory it's that other ideas are it's not us in the future it's you know an alien hacker I think there was a physicist Andrei Linde perhaps that you know the more you dig into it the more you the universe look like it was created by a physical physics hacker so you know that's another way to look at it I I think of it this way there's four possibilities one could be that there was a conscious entity behind it and that that continuity is constantly modifying our reality and I think that's the you know active god type of which second one is there a conscious entity behind creating it but we've they you know they wound up the clock and they let it ran and it evolved there after and then the the third one is like an evolutionary model this is the one that I tend to believe in where we know not necessarily a conscious entity behind it but this sea of consciousness that grew into increasingly complex forms including creating a a system that we that we refer to as the you know reality learning lab which is the simulation that we talk about but that was that evolved out of the bigger set of information or a bigger set of consciousness and that was that's just the progress of evolutionary thing you can't point to one consciousness that that you know intentionally created it it may have created it it may have gotten created because there is a fundamental role rule in the ultimate universe where things constantly work toward increasing complexity and toward increasing higher levels of consciousness that's that's the third approach and the the fourth approach is that it sprang from nothing and this is the Big Bang theory this is the material if there is it just all came from nothing so in those first three there is there something that seems like dear did you know it there's there's something you know to the idea of design and the idea of evolution and so therefore it seems like it would follow a an efficient process this is a good argument for the digital nature of things visuals far more efficient than analog because analog implies infinity and infinity there are you know they didn't it's a mind blowing thing if if I were going to create a universe I couldn't created in an analog way I could only created in the digital way so if there's a conscious entity behind it work was an evolutionary you know construct then it's probably digital if it sprang from nothing you could still be digital but it could also be analog but that spring from nothing idea just has you know when you think about the other possibilities for the origin of all that there is springing from nothing makes less sense than everything else could we be in a video game yeah I suppose I think the the arguments against that though have to do a lot with the experiences that people have when they tap into past licenses of past life and you know I don't discount this stuff this is you know there are a lot of cases where people have corroborating evidence of of past lives that there's no way they would have known these things also near death experiences and you know the in between life experience that people have had when you add up all that and by the way that is science if you collectively add up a lot of anecdotal information I mean that's how medical research is done he you know it's not an unscientific process to you know ask people what their experiences are so when you add all that up it goes against the idea that we're in a video game you know people are experiencing something more they're experiencing reincarnation they're experiencing beauty they're experiencing the idea of the purpose of life being too learn or to involve their consciousness and that's usually not associated with a plain old video game in which consciousness doesn't come from the brain or outside of the brain yes see here here's where I think it is definitely from outside of the grant and I don't again I know one of the definitely but you know the only hard for it to be from the brain is that some neuroscientists we'll we'll put probes you know in in your brain and look at electrical signals and know what you know kind of electrical signals happen when you become conscious when you wake up or when you you know have an awareness or an aha moment or something like that and they point to that and say well you know that proved the consciousness comes from the brain but that's of crazy is attaching an oscilloscope to the inside of a TV and paying a high you know when the program comes on the electrical activity going on here there for the program was created by the a TV you know it's it's it doesn't have to be the case and if consciousness came purely from the brain there'd be no way to explain out of body experiences near death experiences past life regressions selepas see everything hello all that stuff and you know when you look at that data that is you know there is real statistical significance to that data to so no I think that you know I I I think the the evidence is pretty clear that consciousness is not coming from the brain will science ever get to the point to prove what we've been talking about tonight that it exists I don't know you know the word proof again you know that's that's the that's the domain.

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"eldridge" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You Jim Eldridge with us digital consciousness Jim if for digitally created we feel pain we have a motion where does that come from yeah that's just an experience in your consciousness you you feel pain when you're dreaming too but you there's nothing really happening right it so it's the if your consciousness that the process of those things you know the the the feelings are generated by signals maybe but but yeah the consciousness we process have you world all personally that this was created by some kind of intelligent design I'm not really you know it you one of the things that I do in the book I have this big Venn diagram of all the anomalies things like you know the observer of fact and that that spiritual experiences the only choice Connie racers and all that stuff and then I have is that that fit those they explain those things and you know having you know having is a theory that there's you know or a creator out there like that does explain certain certain things but the continuously evolving did or consciousness model actually explains everything so yeah I I mean I I'm open to that that idea for sure and I think the idea of intelligent design if you if you think about it in this model the intelligence is in the big city of consciousness and it is designing our reality is doing it maybe and unknown algorithmic way perhaps but you know if you want to call that god that's that's fine you know that that probably is what's going on if you had to explain this to the pope what do you think he'd say to you I mean but I suspect that he would try to find some analogies between that and his beliefs United the Catholic Church is certainly much more open to science and and and new ideas than they used to be so yeah I don't know don't know the pope that well but I would I'd hope he'd be open minded to it are you concerned that all this could be wiped out with the switchable button not really because again I think that there is you know even though we would love say there's something in the simulation of the well one too many people realize there's a simulation will just start over if that were to happen we wouldn't even know it it's kind of like the Mandela affected the Mandela effect is described by this simulation it's the system itself this sea of consciousness god whatever you wanna call it replacing artifacts including our memory and so when that happens we don't know any different we we would not know that it we got wiped out and and reset or restart it it's going to Spokane Washington west of the Rockies Linda's with us Hey Linda go hand hello sorry thank you for taking my call your welcome well I'm I wanted to just say that putting aside all the scientific data and all the fields the band all the lofty very by and total axles I think basically I like to keep things simple and my gut tells me that it like the Truman show movie yeah that that's what I think it is who's videotaping us Linda well I think it is that so may be are evil overlord like Jenna Jim Carrey movie that was had him trapped that was a master of manipulation kinda like the wizard behind the curtain what do you think Jim well yeah I think the Truman show of all a lot like the main interest in that way the matrix was much more you know computational and and you know more current perhaps but no she does bring up something that reminds me of you know the gut feeling she talked about and you know putting aside all of the the theory in the physics and so forth and there's something to that you know why do people have the gut feelings that they do it's probably because they are tapping into the the true reality and why do these you know shamans and religious you know like the spiritual founders over the years I'm not talking about I'm but I'm not talking about the the people who you know created churches I'm talking about people who had spiritual revelations yes sitting under a tree or whatever you know they they all have very common stories to tell and I think that's actually significant it's probably because the were tapping into the truth so so I think there is you know there's something to that they have something to the idea of you know your gut feeling kind of leading you in the right direction it's going to draw on Long Island New York Joseph go ahead HM I like that market talk metaphor I think that's what's happening man made but three I have a two part question on the you know if you look at the area there is a dark side out there take for example we had the submarines with Dommel nuclear bombs like going up to become the worn away and this is the portion that Hey I could further activate things like that and it could cross the line and lowered service act Darkside me a I would bring that into the game even more so potentially and then I'd also ask about the idea of war while we improve things do you think that this technology is bringing about group thank or it's making people more independent died first I think it's the second but I'm not sure yeah great questions Joe thanks for those on the dark side of a I think every technology has its dark side this stem cell research you know the nuclear A. I. cloning whatever and so so there's always you know kind of dangers that that that could lead to something you know significant in terms of a catastrophe but I but I feel like there's something it and this is where it gets into that got spiritual experience kind of thing I feel like there's something kind of keeping that from happening I mean over the years we've but I mean we we were two minutes from midnight in the sixties in terms of the the nuclear climb back a little bit who knows where it's headed this this time yeah and it's so we yeah we look like that it looked like there was no way out of this because of what was going on and then the there was the thought of the population explosion was going to take over the planet there was no way out of that and now we have global warming in there's No Way Out of that and some help along come some technology or a change in human thinking or whatever it is that hence these catastrophes from happening that wiped out the planet you know I I I think there's something to that and and I know this is going to sound a little weird but you know I've heard the stories of UFO sightings over top of missile silos in cal yeah yeah absolutely handling the you know the the shutting them down yeah I mean what's behind that is it is it because of your clothes are you know agents of the simulation keeping things from you know blowing up in humans faces maybe there's there's something like that you know the the other thing you brought about was the idea of group think we we we do tend to get I think wrapped up a little bit in the horrors of the world or the or the the group thank for all the you know kind of negative aspects of society and that's always going to be there I think but if you look at the long run like if you ever read the book on I can't remember the name of it now but they talked about the murder rates in Europe from the sixteen hundreds to today sister constantly decreasing awareness of consciousness of animals these kinds of things these kinds of you know more evolved human thinking it seems to get better and better over the long term you know localized yeah we got problems there is still murder this illegal people out there but over the long term it does feel like humanity is evolving history of murder was not a good book a history of murder personal violence it might it was it was actually a a book about statistics I just don't remember the name was the New York times bestseller for awhile but as by Peter spearing Berg I don't remember yeah okay again though so those are the group thing thing I I I agree with him that it is probably the second that you know they're isolated cases of that for sure and if not not to dismiss any of it but I just think that over the long term we we do tend to involved in a positive way that's gonna Placerville California Tom's with us welcome to the show hi Tom hi Mister Norina nice truck union thank you thank you good to have you yeah Jim you know since we are all observers of the incident really what is that make us and I have still there poor guy he was on hold so long we lost our her through it but the did you did you make out any of that well all observers yet so we're we were all as as observers the the observer effect is the idea that we do create our own reality that's been shown in in quantum experiments the active measuring something walks into existence in the the analogy I use their George I actually think it's a good one even though it it sounds a little you know to find perhaps is you know the idea of the video game again if you were playing a video game and you came across a building and the building had no mirrors and there was a door with the key hole but there was no key anywhere does the system does the does the the gaming system need to design the inside of that building it doesn't it would be inefficient for to do so if there's no way to get in but the minute the key is presented to the players in the game now this the system could got dynamically create the inside of that building and as soon as somebody opens the door bone there it is and boy that's exactly how things seem to happen you know particles are in this probability space there partly on this side of a barrier partly on another side of a barrier and not really on either one to you actually you know forced an observation which forces reality to come into existence it works the same way that's why you know the model works so well would you say that whoever or whatever was responsible for our creation and existence did a pretty good job I think so yeah I think back well the the the matrix movies where they had multiple instances of it and one of them was you know like I don't too pleasant or something like that you know I think this this reality learning lab they were in presents us with challenges with pain I mean if you do the same thing over and over and you're you're always successful you haven't learned anything you only learn from your failures or from the notes peeling emotions about things and there's plenty of opportunity of of that in this in this light in this reality were in so I think yeah I think the design is pretty good Tom in la Hoya California go ahead Tom George thank you very much and Jim great discussion and ideals and the audience the callers are on fire tonight anyway Jim question and a comment and I'll repeat the question I'll make this quick the question is can we train ourselves to see ground troops reality said there's been all along okay and a little straight you go to a movie theater and you watch a movie if so then event the sights and sounds or you go to a night club and everybody's been to a night club the dancing the band is on people are eating here though there's splitters their school Lammers there's magic there's make fully what when the movie is over the lights come up and you see the thirty four and the spill popcorn and you know ticket receipts sent four eight seats and then the night club in the cold light of morning you see the docks sendoff pipes in the ceiling and.

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"eldridge" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:41 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on WTVN

"Door with you Jim Eldridge with us digital consciousness Jim if for digitally created we feel pain we have a motion where does that come from yeah that's just an experience in your consciousness you you feel pain when you're dreaming too but you there's nothing really happening right it so it's the it's your consciousness that the process of those things you know look at the the feelings are generated by signals maybe but but yeah the consciousness of the process view world all personally that this was created by some kind of intelligent design I'm not really you know it's you one of the things that I do in the book I have this big Venn diagram of all the anomalies things like you know the observer of fact and that that spiritual experiences the only choice Connery's wrist and all that stuff and then I have is that that fit those they explain those things and you know having you know having is a theory that there is you know or a creator out there like that does explain certain certain things but the continuously evolving did or consciousness model actually explains everything so yeah I I mean I I'm open to that that idea for sure and I think the idea of intelligent design if you if you think about it in this model the intelligence is in the big city of consciousness and it is designing our reality is doing it maybe in a unknown algorithmic way perhaps but you know if you want to call that god that's that's fine you know that that probably is what's going on yes you have to explain this to the pope what do you think he'd say to you are you do but I suspect that he would try to find some analogies between that and his beliefs United the Catholic Church is certainly much more open to science and and and new ideas than they used to be so yeah I I don't know don't know the pope that well but I would I'd hope you'd be year open minded to it are you concerned that all this could be wiped out with the switchable button not really because again I think that there's you know even though we all say there's something in the simulation as as well one too many people realize there's a simulation will to start over if that were to happen we wouldn't even know it it's kind of like the Mandela affected the Mandela effect is described by this simulation it's the system itself deceive consciousness god whatever you wanna call it replacing artifacts including our memory and so when that happens we don't know any different we we would not know that if we got wiped out and and reset or restart it it's gonna Spokane Washington west of the Rockies Linda's with us Hey Linda go ahead hello George thank you for taking my call you are welcome well I'm I wanted to just say that putting aside all the scientific data and all the says they send all the lofty very by and total axles I think basically I like to keep things simple and my gut tells me that it like the Truman show very movie yeah that that's what I think it is who's videotaping us Linda well I think it is that so may be are evil overlord like in the Jim Carrey movie that was had him trapped that was a master of manipulation kinda like the wizard behind the curtain what do you think Jim well yeah I think the Truman show a lot like the masons in that way the matrix was much more you know computational and and you know more current perhaps but no she does bring up something that reminds me of you know the gut feeling she talked about and you know putting aside all of the the theory in the physics and so forth and there's something to that you know why do people have the gut feelings that they do it's probably because they are tapping into the the true reality and why do these you know shamans and religious you know like the spiritual founders over the years I'm not talking about I'm but I'm not talking about the the people who you know created churches I'm talking about people who had spiritual revelations yes sitting under a tree or whatever you know they they all have very common stories to tell and I think that's actually significant it's probably because the were tapping into the truth so so I think there is you know there's something to that they have something to the idea of you know your gut feeling kind of leading you in the right direction it's going to draw on Long Island New York Joseph go ahead HM I like that market talk metaphor I think that's what's happening the made but I the I have a two part question on the you know if you look at the A. I. there is a dark side out there take for example we had the submarines with Tom all nuclear bombs like going out of town the waterways and this impression that Hey I could further activate things like that and they could cross the line and what was the result Darkside me a I would bring that into the game even more so potentially and then I'd also ask about the idea of war while we improve things do you think that this technology is bringing about group thank or it's making people more and the paths and diverse I think it's the second but I'm not sure yeah great questions Joe thanks for those on the dark side of a I think every technology has its dark side this stem cell research you know the nuclear A. I. cloning whatever and so so there's always you know kind of dangers that that that could lead to something you know significant in terms of a catastrophe but I but I feel like there's something it and this is where it gets into that got spiritual experience kind of thing I feel like there's something kind of keeping that from happening I mean over the years we've thought I mean we we were two minutes from midnight in the sixties in terms of the the nuclear climb back a little bit well who knows where it's headed this this time yeah and it's so we yeah we look like that it looked like there was no way out of this because of what was going on and then the there was the thought of the population explosion was going to take over the planet there was no way out of that and now we have global warming in there's No Way Out of that in some help along comes some technology or a change in human thinking or whatever it is that hence these catastrophes from happening that wiped out the planet you know I I I think there's something to that and and I know this is gonna sound a little weird but you know I've heard the stories of UFO sightings over top of missile silos and Kyle yeah yeah absolutely handling the you know the the shutting them down yeah I mean what's behind that is it is it because of your clothes are you know agents of the simulation keeping things from you know blowing up in humans faces maybe there's there's something like that you know the the other thing you brought about was the idea of group think we we we do tend to get I think wrapped up a little bit in the horrors of the world or the or the the group thing for all that you know kind of negative aspects of society and that's always going to be there I think but if you look at the long run like if you ever read the book on I can't remember the name of it now but they talked about the murder rates in Europe from the sixteen hundreds to today to stay constantly decreasing awareness of consciousness of animals these kinds of things these kinds of you know more evolved human thinking it seems to get better and better over the long term you know localize yeah we got problems there is still murder this illegal people out there but over the long term it does feel like humanity is evolving history of murder was not a good book a history of murder personal violence it might it was it was actually a a book about statistics I just don't remember the name was there in New York times bestseller for awhile but as by Peter spearing Berg I don't remember yeah okay again though so those are the group thing thing I I I agree with him that it is probably the second that you know they're isolated cases of that for sure and if not not to dismiss any of it but I just think that over the long term we we do tend to involved in a positive way that's going to Placerville California Tom's with us welcome to the show hi Tom hi Mister Norina nice talk to you again thank you for your own good to have you yeah Jim you know since we are all observers of the internet really what is that make us and I have still there poor guy he was on hold so long we lost our her through it but the did you did you make out any of that well all observers yet so we're we were all as as observers the the observer effect is the idea that we do create our own reality that's been shown in in quantum experiments the active measuring something locks it into existence in the the analogy I use their George I actually think it's a good one even though it it sounds a little you know to find perhaps is you know the idea of the video game again if you were playing a video game and you came across a building and the building had no mirrors and there was a door with the key hole but there was no key anywhere does the system does the does the the gaming system need to design the inside of that building it doesn't it would be inefficient for to do so if there's no way to get in but the minute the key is presented to the players in the game now this the system could got dynamically create the inside of that building and as soon as somebody opens the door bone there it is and boy that's exactly how things seem to happen you know particles are in this probability space there partly on this side of a barrier partly on another side of a barrier and not really on either one to you actually you know forced an observation which forces reality to come into existence it works the same way that's why you know the model works so well would you say that whoever or whatever was responsible for our creation and existence did a pretty good job I think so yeah I think that also to the matrix movies where they had multiple instances of it and one of them was it like I don't too pleasant or something like that you know I think this this reality learning lab they were in presents us with challenges with pain I mean if you do the same thing over and over and you're you're always successful you haven't learned anything you only learn from your failures or from the notes feeling emotions about things and there's plenty of opportunity that of of that in this in this light in this reality were in so I think yeah I think the design is pretty good Tom in la Hoya California go ahead Tom George thank you very much and Jim great discussion and ideals and the audience the callers are on fire tonight this is what sjam question and a comment and I'll repeat the question I'll make this quick the question is can we train ourselves to see ground truth reality said there's been all along okay and a little straight you go to a movie theater and you watch a movie it's so vivid the sights and sounds or you go to a night club and everybody's been to a night club the dancing the Brandon Saad people are eating here though there's school entered their school Lamberg there's magic there's make believe but when the movie is over the lights come up and you see the thirty four and the spill popcorn and you know take a receipt sent for eight seats and in the night club in the cold light of morning you see the jocks sendoff pipes in the ceiling and spilled drinks and everything there is a reality that has been there all along ground troops as they say in science so my question again can we train ourselves to seek ground truth the reality that has been there all along he may be what I'm saying perhaps trainer cells to take the red pill.

Jim Eldridge
"eldridge" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

13:40 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"With you Jim Eldridge with us digital consciousness Jim if for digitally created we feel pain we have a motion where does that come from yeah that's just an experience in your consciousness you you feel pain when you're dreaming too but you there's nothing really happening right it so it's the if your consciousness that the process of those things you know look at the the feelings are generated by signals maybe but but yeah the consciousness of the process view world I'll personally that this was created by some kind of intelligent design I'm not really you know it's you one of the things that I do in the book I have this big Venn diagram of all the anomalies things like you know the observer of fact and that that spiritual experiences the only choice Connie racers and all that stuff then I have theories that that fit those they explain those things and you know having you know having is a theory that there is you know a creator out there like that does explain certain certain things but the continuously evolving did or consciousness model actually explains everything so yeah I I mean I I'm open to that that idea for sure and I think the idea of intelligent design if you if you think about it in this model the intelligence is in the big city of consciousness and it is designing our reality is doing it maybe and unknown algorithmic way perhaps but you know if you want to call that god that's that's fine you know that that probably is what's going on yes you have to explain this to the pope what do you think he'd say to you I eating but I suspect that he would try to find some analogies between that and his beliefs United the Catholic Church is certainly much more open to science and and and new ideas than they used to be so yeah I don't know don't know about that well but I would I'd hope he'd be open minded to it are you concerned that all this could be wiped out with the switchable button not really because again I think that there is you know even though we would love say there's something in the simulation as as well one too many people realize there's a simulation will just start over if that were to happen we wouldn't even know it it's kind of like the Mandela affected the Mandela effect is described by the simulation it's the system itself this sea of consciousness god whatever you wanna call it replacing artifacts including our memory and so when that happens we don't know any different we we would not know that we got wiped out and and reset or restart it it's going to Spokane Washington west of the Rockies Linda's with us Hey Linda go hand hello sorry thank you for taking my call your welcome well I'm I wanted to just say that putting aside all the scientific data and all the says they send all the lofty very by intellectuals I think basically I like to keep things simple and my gut tells me that it like the Truman show very movie yeah that that's what I think it is who's videotaping us Linda well I think it is that solus may be are evil overlord like Jenna Jim Carrey movie that was had him trapped that was a master of manipulation kinda like the wizard behind the curtain what do you think Jim well yeah I think the Truman show a lot like the masons in that way the matrix was much more you know computational and and you know more current perhaps but no she does bring up something that reminds me of you know they got feeling she talked about and you know putting aside all of the the theory in the physics and so forth and there's something to that you know why do people have the gut feelings that they do it's probably because they are tapping into the the true reality and why do these you know shamans and religious you know like the spiritual founders over the years I'm not talking about I'm but I'm not talking about the the people who you know created churches I'm talking about people who had spiritual revelations you know sitting under a tree or whatever you know they they all have very common stories to tell and I think that's actually significant it's probably because the were tapping into the truth so so I think there is you know there's something to that they have something to the idea of you know your gut feeling kind of leading you in the right direction it's going to draw on Long Island New York Joseph go ahead HM I like that market talk metaphor I think that's what's happening then made but are the but I have a two part question on the you know if you look at the A. I. there is a dark side out there take for example we had the submarines with Tom on the clear bombs like going out of town the waterways and there's no question that Hey I could further activate things like that and they could cross the line and what was the result Darkside me a I would bring that into the game even more so potentially and then I'd also ask about the idea of war while we improve things do you think that this technology is bringing about group thank or it's making people more independent diverse I think it's the second but I'm not sure yeah great questions Joe thanks for those on the dark side of a I think every technology has its dark side as a stem cell research you know the nuclear A. I. cloning whatever and so so there's always you know kind of dangers that that that could lead to something you know significant in terms of a catastrophe but I but I feel like there's something it and this is where it gets into that got spiritual experience kind of thing I feel like there's something kind of keeping that from happening I mean over the years we've thought I mean we we were two minutes from midnight in the sixties in terms of the the nuclear climb back a little bit who knows where it's headed this this time yeah and it's so we yeah we don't like that it looked like there was no way out of this because of what was going on and then the there was the thought of the population explosion was going to take over the planet there was no way out of that and now we have global warming and there's No Way Out of that in some help along come some technology or changing human thinking or whatever it is that hence these catastrophes are happening that wiped out the planet you know I I I think there's something to that and and I know this is gonna sound a little weird but you know I've heard the stories of UFO sightings over top of missile silos in cal yeah yeah absolutely handling the you know the the shutting them down yeah I mean what's behind that is it is it because of your clothes are you know agents of the simulation keeping things from you know blowing up in humans faces maybe there's there's something like that you know the the other thing you brought about was the idea of group think we we we do tend to get I think wrapped up a little bit in the horrors of the world or the or the the group thing for all the you know kind of negative aspects of society and that's always going to be there I think but if you look at the long run like if you ever read the book I can't remember the name of it now but they talked about the murder rates in Europe from the sixteen hundreds to today sister constantly decreasing awareness of consciousness of animals these kinds of things these kinds of you know more evolved human thinking it seems to get better and better over the long term you know localized yeah we got problems there is still murder this illegal people out there but over the long term it does feel like humanity is evolving stream of murder was not a good book a history of murder personal violence it might it was it was actually a a book about statistics I just don't remember the name was there in New York times bestseller for awhile but as by Peter spearing Berg I don't remember how yeah okay again though so those are the group thing thing I I I agree with him that it is probably the second that you know they're isolated cases of that for sure and yet not not to dismiss any of it but I just think that over the long term we we do tend to involved in a positive way it's gonna Placerville California times with us welcome to the show hi Tom hi Mister Norina nice truck you again thank you can you know good to have you yeah Jim you know since we are all observers of the internet really what is that make us and I have still there poor guy he was on hold so long we lost our her through it but the did you did you make out any of that well all observers yet so we're we were all as as observers the the observer effect is the idea that we do create our own reality that's been shown and and quantum experiments the active measuring something locks it into existence in the the analogy I use their George I actually think it's a good one even though it sounds a little you know to find perhaps is you know the idea of the video game again if you were playing a video game and you came across a building and the building had no mirrors and there was a door with the key hole but there was no key anywhere does the system does the does the the gaming system need to design the inside of that building it doesn't it would be inefficient for to do so if there's no way to get in but the minute the key is presented to the players in the game now this the system could got dynamically create the inside of that building and as soon as somebody opens the door bone there it is and boy that's exactly how things seem to happen you know articles are in this probability space there partly on this side of a barrier partly on another side of a barrier and not really on either one to you actually you know forced an observation which forces reality to come into existence it works the same way that's why you know the model works so well would you say that whoever or whatever was responsible for our creation and existence did a pretty good job I think so yeah I think that also to the matrix movies where they had multiple instances of it and one of them was it like I don't too pleasant or something like that you know I think this this reality learning lab they were in presents us with challenges with pain I mean if you do the same thing over and over and you're you're always successful you haven't learned anything you only learn from your failures or from the notes peeling emotions about things and there's plenty of opportunity that of of that in this in this light in this reality were in so I think yeah I think the design is pretty good Tom in la Hoya California go ahead Tom George thank you very much and Jim great discussion and ideals and the audience the callers are on fire tonight anyway Jim question and a comment and I'll repeat the question I'll make this quick the question is can we train ourselves to see ground truth reality said there's been all along okay and a little straight you go to a movie theater and you watch a movie it's so vivid the sights and sounds or you go to a night club and everybody's been to a night club the dancing the band is on people are eating you know their school entered their school Lammers there's magic there's make fully what when the movie is over the lights come up and you see the dirty floor and the spilled popcorn and you know take a receipt sent for eight seats and in the night club in the cold light of morning you see the jocks sendoff pipes in the ceiling and spilled drinks and everything there is a reality that has been there all along ground troops as they say in science so my question again can we train ourselves to see ground truth the reality that has been there all along he may be what I'm saying perhaps train ourselves to take the red pill.

Jim Eldridge
"eldridge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

13:41 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Door with you Jim Eldridge with us digital consciousness Jim if for digitally created we feel pain we have a motion where does that come from yeah that's just an experience in your consciousness you you feel pain when you're dreaming too but you there's nothing really happening right it so it's the if your consciousness that the process of those things you know the the the feelings are generated by signals may be but but yeah the consciousness we process view world all personally that this was created by some kind of intelligent design I'm not really you know it you one of the things that I do in the book I have this big Venn diagram of all the anomalies things like you know the observer of fact and that that spiritual experiences the only choice Connie racers and all that stuff in a then I have that that fit those did explain those things and you know having you know having is a theory that there is you know or a creator out there like that does explain certain certain things but the continuously evolving did or consciousness model actually explains everything so yeah I I mean I I'm open to that that idea for sure and I think the idea of intelligent design if you if you think about it in this model the intelligence is in the big city of consciousness and it is designing our reality is doing it maybe and unknown algorithmic way perhaps but you know if you want to call that god that's that's fine you know that that probably is what's going on if you had to explain this to the pope what do you think he'd say to you I eating but I suspect that he would try to find some analogies between that and his beliefs United the Catholic Church is certainly much more open to science and and and new ideas than they used to be so yeah I don't know don't know the pope that well but I would I'd hope he'd be year open minded to it are you concerned that all this could be wiped out with the switchable button not really because again I think that there is you know even though we would love say there's something in the simulation of the well one too many people realize there's a simulation will just start over if that were to happen we wouldn't even know it it's kind of like the Mandela affected the Mandela effect is described by this simulation it's the system itself this sea of consciousness god whatever you wanna call it replacing artifacts including our memory and so when that happens we don't know any different we we would not know that it we got wiped out and and reset or restart it it's going to Spokane Washington west of the Rockies Linda's with us Hey Linda go hand hello sorry thank you for taking my call your welcome well I'm I wanted to just say that putting aside all the scientific data and all the kids they send all the lofty very by and total axles I think basically I like to keep things simple and my gut tells me that it like the Truman show movie yeah that that's what I think it is who's videotaping us Linda well I think it is that solus may be evil overlord like Jenna Jim Carrey movie that was had him trapped that was a master of manipulation kinda like the wizard behind the curtain what do you think Jim well yeah I think the Truman show a lot like the main interest in that way the matrix was much more you know computational and and you know more current perhaps but no she does bring up something that reminds me of you know the gut feeling she talked about and you know putting aside all of the the theory in the physics and so forth and there's something to that you know why do people have the gut feelings that they do it's probably because they are tapping into the the true reality and why do these you know shamans and religious you know like the spiritual founders over the years I'm not talking about I'm I'm not talking about the the people who you know created churches I'm talking about people who had spiritual revelations yes sitting under a tree or whatever you know they they all have very common stories to tell and I think that's actually significant it's probably because the were tapping into the truth so so I think there is you know there's something to that they have something to the idea of you know your gut feeling kind of leading you in the right direction it's going to draw on Long Island New York Joseph go ahead HM I like that market talk metaphor I think that's what's happening then made but the I have a two part question on the you know if you look at the A. I. there is a dark side out there take for example we had the submarines with domino clear bombs like going out of town the waterways and this impression that Hey I could further activate things like that and they could cross the line and what was the result Darkside me a I would bring that into the game even more so potentially and then I'd also ask about the idea of war while we improve things do you think that this technology is bringing about group thank or it's making people more independent diverse I think it's the second but I'm not sure yeah great questions Joe thanks for those on the dark side of a I think every technology has its dark side this stem cell research you know nuclear A. I. cloning whatever and so so there's always you know kind of dangers that that that could lead to something you know significant in terms of a catastrophe but I but I feel like there's something it and this is where it gets into that got spiritual experience kind of thing I feel like there's something kind of keeping that from happening I mean over the years we've thought I mean we we were two minutes from midnight in the sixties in terms of the the nuclear climb back a little bit who knows where it's headed this this time yeah and it's so we yeah we don't like that it looked like there was no way out of this because of what was going on and then the there was the thought of the population explosion was going to take over the planet there was no way out of that and now we have global warming and there's No Way Out of that and somehow along comes some technology or a change in human thinking or whatever it is that hence these catastrophes are happening that wiped out the planet you know I I I think there's something to that and and I know this is gonna sound a little weird but you know I've heard the stories of UFO sightings over top of missile silos in cal yeah yeah absolutely handling the you know the the shutting them down yeah I mean what's behind that is it is it because your clothes are you know agents of the simulation keeping things from you know blowing up in humans faces maybe there's there's something like that you know the the other thing you brought about was the idea of group think we we we do tend to get I think wrapped up a little bit in the horrors of the world or the or the the group thing for all the you know kind of negative aspects of society and that's always going to be there I think but if you look at the long run like if you ever read the book I can't remember the name of it now but they talked about the murder rates in Europe from the sixteen hundreds to today sister constantly decreasing awareness of consciousness of animals these kinds of things these kinds of you know more evolved human thinking it seems to get better and better over the long term you know look localized yeah we got problems there is still murder this illegal people out there but over the long term it does feel like humanity is evolving also just remembered okay a history of murder personal violence it might it was it was actually a a book about statistics I just don't remember the name was the New York times bestseller for awhile but as by Peter spearing Berg I don't remember yeah thank you again though so those are the group thing thing I I I agree with him that it is probably the second that you know they're isolated cases of that for sure and if not not to dismiss any of it but I just think that over the long term we we do tend to involved in a positive way it's gonna Placerville California Tom's with us welcome to the show hi Tom hi Mister Norina nice talk to you again thank you thank you good to have you yeah Jim you know since we are all observers of the incident really what is that make us and I have still there our poor guy he was on hold so long we lost our her through it but the did you did you make out any of that well all observers yet so we're we were all as as observers the the observer effect is the idea that we do create our own reality that's been shown and and quantum experiments the active measuring something walks into existence in the the analogy I use their George I actually think it's a good one even though it sounds a little you know to find perhaps is you know the idea of the video game again if you were playing a video game and you came across a building and the building had no mirrors and there was a door with the key hole but there was no key anywhere does the system does the does the the gaming system need to design the inside of that building it doesn't it would be inefficient for to do so if there's no way to get in but the minute the key is presented to the players in the game now this the system could got dynamically create the inside of that building and as soon as somebody opens the door bone there it is and boy that's exactly how things seem to happen you know articles are in this probability space there partly on the side of a barrier partly on another side of a barrier and not really on either one to you actually you know force an observation which forces reality to come into existence it works the same way that's why you know the model works so well would you say that whoever or whatever was responsible for our creation and existence did a pretty good job I think so yeah I think back well the to the matrix movies where they had multiple instances of it and one of them was it like I don't too pleasant or something like that you know I think this this reality learning lab they were in presents us with challenges with pain I mean if you do the same thing over and over and you're you're always successful you haven't learned anything you only learn from your failures or from the notes peeling emotions about things and there's plenty of opportunity that of of that in this in this light in this reality were in so I think yeah I think the design is pretty good Tom in la Hoya California go ahead Tom George thank you very much and Jim great discussion and ideals and the audience the callers are on fire tonight anyway Jim question and a comment and I'll repeat the question I'll make this quick the question is can we train ourselves to see ground truth reality said there's been all along okay and a little straight you go to a movie theater and you watch a movie if so then event the sights and sounds or you go to a night club and everybody's been to a night club the dancing the band is on people are eating here though there's splitters there's calamity there's magic there's make believe but when the movie is over the lights come up and you see the dirty floor and the spill popcorn and you know take a receipt sent for eight seats and in the night club in the cold light of morning you see the docks sendoff pipes in the ceiling and spilled drinks and everything there's a reality that has been there all along ground troops as they say in science so my question again can we train ourselves to see ground truth the reality that has been there all along he may be what I'm saying perhaps train ourselves to take the red pill.

Jim Eldridge
"eldridge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:41 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Jim Eldridge with us digital consciousness Jim if for digitally created we feel pain we have a motion where does that come from yeah that's just an experience in your consciousness you you feel pain when you're dreaming too but you there's nothing really happening right it so it's the if your consciousness the the process of those things you know the the the feelings are generated by signals may be but but yeah the consciousness of the process have you world all personally that this was created by some kind of intelligent design I'm not really you know it you one of the things that I do in the book I have this big van diagram of all the anomalies things like you know the observer of fact and that that spiritual experiences Billy choice Connor racers and all that stuff that I have is that that fit those did explain those things and you know having you know having is a theory that there is you know a creator out there like that does explain certain certain things but the continuously evolving did or consciousness model actually explains everything so yeah I I mean I I'm open to that that idea for sure and I think the idea of intelligent design if you if you think about it in this model the intelligence is in the big city of consciousness and it is designing our reality is doing it maybe in a unknown algorithmic way perhaps but you know if you want to call back god that's that's fine you know that that probably is what's going on if you have to explain this to the pope what do you think he'd say to you I even by the fact that he would try to find some analogies between that and his beliefs United the Catholic Church is certainly much more open to science and and and new ideas than they used to be so yeah I don't know another thought that well but I would I'd hope you'd be year open minded to it are you concerned that all this could be wiped out with the switchable Barton not really because again I think that there's you know even though we all say there's something in the simulation of the well one too many people realize there's a simulation will to start over if that were to happen we wouldn't even know it it's kind of like the Mandela affected the Mandel effect is described by the simulation it's the system itself deceive consciousness god whatever you wanna call it replacing artifacts including our memory and so when that happens we don't know any different we we would not know that it we got wiped out and and reset or restart it it's gonna Spokane Washington west of the Rockies Linda's with us Hey Linda go hand hello George thank you for taking my call your welcome well I'm I wanted to just say that putting aside all the scientific data and all the kids the then all the lofty very by and so axles I think basically I like to keep things simple and my gut tells me that it like the Truman show yeah movie yeah that that's what I think it is a whose videotaping us Linda well I think it is that so may be are evil overlord like can the Jim Carrey movie that was had him trapped that was a master of manipulation kinda like the wizard behind the curtain what do you think Jim well yeah I think the Truman show a lot like the main interest in that way the matrix was much more you know computational and and you know more current perhaps but no she does bring up something that reminds me of you know the gut feeling she talked about and you know putting aside all of the the theory in the physics and so forth then there's something to that you know why do people have the gut feelings that they do it's probably because they are tapping into the the true reality and why do these you know shamans and religious you know like the spiritual founders over the years I'm not talking about I'm but I'm not talking about the people who you know created churches I'm talking about people who had spiritual revelations yes sitting under a tree or whatever you know they they all have very common stories to tell and I think that's actually significant it's probably because the were tapping into the truth so so I think there is you know there's something to that they have something to the idea of you know your gut feeling kind of leading you in the right direction it's going to draw on Long Island New York Joseph go ahead HM I like that market talk metaphor I think that's what's happening the made but I the I have a two part question on the A. I. you know if you look at the eight ight there is a dark side out there take for example we had the submarines with drama medically bombs like going up the town the worn away and this is a question that Hey I could further activate things like that and it could cross the line and what was the result Darkside me yeah yeah I would bring that into the game even more so but actually and then I'd also ask about the idea of Orwellian group thank do you think that this technology is bringing about group thank or it's making people more and have the doctor I think it's the second but I'm not sure yeah great questions Joe thanks for those on the dark side of a I I think every technology has its dark side stem cell research you know nuclear A. I. cloning whatever and so so there's always you know kind of dangers that that that could lead to something you know significant in terms of a catastrophe but I but I feel like there's something it and this is where it gets into that got spiritual experience kind of thing I feel like there's something kind of keeping that from happening I mean over the years we've thought I mean we we were two minutes from midnight in the sixties in terms of the the nuclear climb back a little bit who knows where it's headed this this time yeah and it's so we yeah we look like that it looked like there was no way out of this because of what was going on and then the there was the thought of the population explosion was going to take over the planet there was no way out of that and now we have global warming in there's No Way Out of that in some help along come from technology or a change in human thinking or whatever it is that then Steve catastrophes from happening that wiped out the planet you know I I I think there's something to that and and I know this is gonna sound a little weird but you know I've heard the stories of UFO sightings over top of missile silos in cal yeah yeah absolutely handling the you know the the shutting them down yeah I mean what's behind that is it is it because of your clothes are you know agents of the simulation keeping things from you know blowing up in human faces maybe there's there's something like that you know the the other thing you brought about was the idea of group think we we we do tend to get I think wrapped up a little bit in the horrors of the world or the or the the group thanks for all the you know kind of negative aspect of society and that's always going to be there I think but if you look at the long run like if you ever read the book on I can't remember the name of it now but they talked about the murder rates in Europe from the sixteen hundreds to today to stay constantly decreasing awareness of consciousness of animals these kinds of things these kinds of you know more evolved human thinking it seems to get better and better over the long term you know local life yeah we got problems there is still murder this illegal people out there but over the long term it does feel like humanity is evolving history of murder was not a good book a history of murder personal violence it might it was it was actually a a book about the two six I just don't remember the name was there New York times bestseller for awhile but as by Peter spearing Berg I don't remember yeah but yeah those those those are the group thing thing I I I agree with him that it is probably the second that you know they're isolated cases of that for sure and it not not to dismiss any of it but I just think that over the long term we we do tend to revolve in a positive way that's gonna Placerville California Tom's with us welcome to the show hi Tom hi Mister Lorena nice talk to you again thank you thank you good to have you yeah Jim you know since we are all observers of the infinite really what is that make us and I have still there poor guy he was on hold so long we lost through it but the did you did you make out any of that well all observers yet so we're we were all as as observers the the observer effect is the idea that we do create our own reality that's been shown and and quantum experiments the active measuring something locked into existence in the the analogy I use their George I actually think it's a good one even though it sounds a little you know to find perhaps is you know the idea of the video game again if you were playing a video game and you came across a building and the building had no mirrors and there was a door with the key hole but there was no key anywhere does the system does the does the the gaming system need to design the inside of that building it doesn't it would be inefficient for to do so if there's no way to get in but the minute the key is presented to the players in the game now this the system could got dynamically create the inside of that building and as soon as somebody opens the door bone there it is and boy that's exactly how things seem to happen you know articles are in this probability space there partly on the side of a barrier partly on another side of the barrier and not really on either one to you actually you know forced an observation which forces reality to come into existence it works the same way that's why you know the model works so well would you say that whoever or whatever was responsible for our creation and existence did a pretty good job I think so yeah I think that also to the matrix movies where they had multiple instances of it and one of them was it like I don't too pleasant or something like that you know I think this this reality learning lab that were in presents us with challenges with pain I mean if you do the same thing over and over and you're you're always successful you haven't learned anything you only learn from your failures or from the notes feeling emotions about things and there's plenty of opportunity of of that in this in this light in this reality were in so I think yeah I think the design is pretty good I'm in la Hoya California go ahead Tom George thank you very much and Jim great discussion and ideals and the audience the callers are on fire tonight this is what sjam question and a comment and I'll repeat the question I'll make this quick the question is can we train ourselves to see ground troops reality as it is then all along okay and a little straight you go to a movie theater and you watch a movie yes so the event the sights and sounds or you go to one ninety four and everybody's been to a night club the dancing the band the Saudi people are eating you know there's splitters there's glamour there's magic there's make fully what when the movie is over the lights come up and you see the dirty floor and the spilled popcorn and you know take a receipt sent for eight seats and then the night club in the cold light of morning you see the docks sendoff pipes in the ceiling and spilled drinks and everything there is a reality that has been there all along ground troops as they say in science so my question again can we train ourselves to see ground truth the reality that has been there all along he may be what I'm saying perhaps train ourselves to take the red pill.

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12:53 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With you along with Jim Eldridge as we talk about digital consciousness Jim what is simulation mean to you yeah actually Georgia thanks for asking that question night I don't like the word simulation but everybody sort of knows what it means so we use a lot of the reason I don't like it it it kind of implies that there is something basic about it and not real yup yeah writing not real yeah or that there's somebody behind creating that simulation and it's not necessarily the case you know you can we could live in a a virtual reality that's run by information and information processing and it's it's a could be different than the simulation idea so to me when I say simulation it feels like you know what we're saying something of a bit fake and a bit contrived I still use the term because everybody knows what it means so yeah that's easy to understand yeah exactly a lot of words are like that you know the word consciousness like that computers are like that you know people often say well what's behind the simulation what's the computer that it's running on well it doesn't have to be running on a computer actually we just have in our minds the idea that simulations run on computers therefore we're in one there has to be a big computer in the sky somewhere and that's not really necessarily the case can we be electronically wiped out yeah you know what I got to tell you that is a fascinating question I think in all the times I've done interviews the number that you want but and I'm glad you asked me before the break as it gave me time to think about a young so it looks like talk about what we mean by we or me or you if we're talking about our consciousness I think it's very very unlikely because I think that's something that fundamental and practically immortal no you're fine I don't tend to use the tentative answers and and solid yet the nose and work like truth and proof and stuff because I I II you know allow that that you know things could be different than than it appears and basically all we have is evidence we try to draw conclusions from it so yeah it's possible in that sense but the when you say our our reality being wiped out like everything that we look around and see that is just local Asian done yeah that that could happen I I would there's a way you can do that you can in just a certain amount of DMT and your reality will completely disappear fortunately it'll come back that's right but but they have nothing to do with whether or not it's digital even in a sort of analog universe you know humans can destroy reality great do could destroy a reality and after it could destroy us you know some crazy alien Lanier hater on collider you know the erratically do something that were were not aware of and destroy the universe even even if it weren't digital so yeah the idea that a digital isn't shouldn't feel scary to people and that shouldn't be a fear when I was fourteen or fifteen in our classes science on loved and the our teacher said we think you know this planet is and what's the universe in you know what I concocted I don't know why I did this Jim but I sketched a dog with a free and we were the fleet we were planet earth was the flea it was on this dark the end of this dog shook us off we go flying out into no wars and but that the dog controlled who we were what we did because we lived on now that's kind of weird but it's kind of close to this it is it's it's I I think it's a good metaphor because the fleet probably doesn't know much about the dog right all it knows is you know this is home from its tiny little perspective knows what a hair like or what the skin is like or whatever but it doesn't know the dog barking dog plays in the dog thinks about certain things and so it is with with us and our universe inside of us we have bacteria that are alive they don't know what we're like but they're part of us I think it's something like forty percent of us is is bacteria that aren't cells in the same way we're on a planet here where we we have consciousness all the other you know conscious entity living entities have constant some people through panpsychism think that rocks and everything has a certain amount of consciousness which is you know an interesting point of view but does that mean that if like you know we're like the bacteria in the gut or would like to flee on the dog and that the earth is also conscious or is the universe conscious and the guy a hypothesis I think a lot of people believe that I think is a reasonable point of view let's bring religion back into it for a moment Kim can we assume that a divine creator whether it's digital or not a divine creator is behind it almost like a creator of a software program it we we don't have to assume that so that is the possibility and in fact that's the Nick Bostrom ideas that were the divine creator in the future that we're creating the ancestors simulations and what we're experiencing now is living in one that's his theory and that's the one that you line must kind of jumped onto so that's sort of the prevailing you know theory when people talk about the simulation theory it's that other ideas are it's not us in the future it's you know an alien hacker I think there was a physicist Andrei Linde perhaps that you know the more you dig into it the more you the universe look like it was created by a physical physics hacker so you know that's another way to look at it I I think of it this way there's four possibilities one could be that there was a conscious entity behind it and that that continuity is constantly modifying our reality you know I think that's the you know active god type of second one is there a conscious entity behind creating it but we were they you know they wound up the clock and they let it ran and if you fall there after and then the the third one is like an evolutionary model this is the one that I tend to believe in where no not necessarily a conscious entity behind it but this sea of consciousness that grew into increasingly complex forms including creating a a system that we that we refer to as the you know reality learning lab which is the simulation that we talk about but that was that you fall out of the bigger set of information or a bigger set of consciousness and that was that's just the progress of evolutionary thing you can't point to one consciousness that that you know intentionally created it it may have created it it may have gotten created because there's a fundamental work rule in the ultimate universe where things constantly work toward increasing complexity and toward increasing higher levels of consciousness that's that's the third approach and the the for the approach is that it sprang from nothing and this is the Big Bang theory of his this is the material if there is it just all came from nothing so in those first three there is there something that seems like it you know it there there's something you know to the idea of design and the idea of evolution and so therefore it seems like it would follow a an efficient process this is a good argument for the digital nature of things visuals far more efficient than analog because analog implies infinity and infinity you are you know they didn't it's a mind blowing thing if if I were going to create a universe I couldn't created in an analog way I could only created the digital way so if there's a conscious entity behind it or if it was an evolutionary you know construct then it's probably digital if it sprang from nothing you could still be digital but it could also be analog but that spring from nothing idea just has you know when you think about the other possibilities for the origin of all that there is springing from nothing makes less sense than everything else could we be in a video game yeah I suppose I think the the arguments against that though have to do a lot with the experiences that people have when they happen to have licenses of past lives and you know I don't discount this stuff this is you know there are a lot of cases where people have corroborating evidence of of past lives that there's no way they would have known these things also near death experiences and you know the in between life experience that people have had when you add up all that and by the way that is science if you collectively add up a lot of anecdotal information I mean that's how medical research is done you know it's not an unscientific process to you know ask people what their experiences are so when you add all that up it goes against the idea that we're in a video game you know people are experiencing something more they're experiencing reincarnation they're experiencing beauty they're experiencing the idea of the purpose of life being too learn or to follow their consciousness and that's usually not associated with the plain old video games with consciousness doesn't come from the brain or outside of the brain yeah here's where I think it is definitely from outside of the brain and I don't again I know one of the definitely but you know the only hard for it to be from the brain is that some neuroscientists we'll we'll put probes you know in in your brain and look at electrical signals and know what you know kind of electrical signals happen when you become conscious when you wake up or when you you know have an awareness or not ha moment or something like that and they point to that and say well you know that proved the consciousness comes from the brain but that is crazy is attaching an oscilloscope to the inside of a TV and saying aha you know when the program comes on the electrical activity going on here therefore the program was created by the TV you know it's it's it doesn't have to be the case and if consciousness came early from the brain there'd be no way to explain out of body experiences near death experiences a past life regressions selepas see everything a lot of the all that stuff and you know when you look at that data that is you know there's real statistical significance to that data to so no I think that yeah I I I think the the evidence is pretty clear that consciousness is not coming from the brain will science ever get to the point to prove what we've been talking about tonight that it exists I don't know it yet on the word proof again you know that's that's the that's the domain of math and I don't think science will ever prove anything the will probably you know get more and more evidence for this so for example now there are a lot of scientists who are accepting the idea is that deep down reality is made of information there's also a lot of scientists who believe in this sort of idealistic idealism philosophy which says that you know consciousness is separate and consciousness is that an integral part of the creation of reality you know there's tons of scientists the the support that idea you know big error and sept Lloyd and and you know how high and burger shown all those guys kneels bore and so you know I think they're going to be you don't have the evidence comes in as people finally let go of that you know clinging on to that materialistic solid reality type of idea they're going to finally have to let go and they will progressively get closer and closer to this theory I really do believe that that's already happening and it'll happen more and more exciting moment when it happens by the way thank you for IGN all gene us in your knowledge mints of course yeah I mean you know you you guys talk about the kind of thing all the time and and I think.

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12:23 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you along with Jim Eldridge as we talk about digital consciousness Jim what is simulation mean to you yeah actually Georgia thanks for asking that question night I don't like the word simulation but everybody sort of knows what it means so we use a lot of the reason I don't like it it it kind of implies that there is something fake about it and not real yup yeah writing not real yeah or that there's somebody behind creating that simulation and it's not necessarily the case you know you can we could live in a a virtual reality that's run by information and information processing and it's it's a could be different than the simulation idea so to me when I say simulation it feels like you know what we're saying something of that fake and a bit contrived I still use the term because everybody knows what it means so yeah that's easy to understand this yeah exactly a lot of words are like that you know the word consciousness of like that computers are like that you know people often say well what's behind the simulation what's the computer that it's running on well it doesn't have to be running on a computer actually we just have in our mind the idea that simulations run on computers there for four in one there has to be a big computer in the sky somewhere and that's not really necessarily the case can we be electronically wiped out yeah you know what I got to tell you that is a fascinating question I think in all the times I've done interviews and every that need to happen but and I'm glad you asked me before the break as it gave me time to think about a young so let's let's talk about what we mean by we or me or you if we're talking about our consciousness I think it's very very unlikely because I think that's something that fundamental and practically immortal no you're fine I don't tend to use the tentative answer than and solid yet the nose and work like truth and proof and stuff because I I II you know allow that that you know things could be different than Ben it appears and basically all we have is evidence we try to draw conclusions from it so yet possible and in that sense but the with when you say our our reality being wiped out like everything that we look around and see that is just a place in town yeah that that could happen I I would there's a way you can do that you can in just a certain amount of DMT and your reality will completely disappear fortunately it'll come back that's right but but they have nothing to do with whether or not it's digital even in a sort of analog universe you know humans can destroy reality great do could destroy a reality and after it hit could destroy us you know some crazy alien Lanier hater on collider you know could theoretically do something that were were not aware of and destroy the universe even even if it weren't digital so yeah the idea that the digital isn't shouldn't feel scary to people and that shouldn't be a fear when I was fourteen or fifteen in our classes science unloved and the our teacher said the what do you think you know this planet is and what's the universe then you know what I concocted I don't know why I did this Jim but I sketched a dog with a free and we were the fleet we were planet earth was the flea it was on this dog end of this dog shook us off we go flying out into no wars land but that the dog controlled who we were what we did because we lived on now that's kind of weird but it's kind of close to this it is it's it's I I'd say it's a good metaphor because the sleeve probably doesn't know much about the dog right all it knows is you know this is home from its tiny little perspective knows what a hair like or what the skin is like or whatever but it doesn't know that a dog barking dog plays in the dog thinks about certain things and so it is with with us and our universe inside of us we have bacteria that are alive they don't know what we're like but they're part of us I think it's something like forty percent of us is is bacteria that aren't cells in the same way we're on a planet here where we we have consciousness all the other you know conscious entity living entities have constant some people through panpsychism think that rocks and everything has a certain amount of consciousness which is you know an interesting point of view but does that mean that if like you know we're like the bacteria in the gut or will like the flea on the dog and that the earth is also conscious or is the universe conscious and that the guy a hypothesis I think a lot of people believe that I think is a reasonable point of view let's bring religion back into it for a moment Kim can we assume that a divine creator whether it's digital or not a divine creator is behind it almost like a creator of a software program it we we don't have to assume that so that is a possibility and in fact that's the Nick Bostrom ideas that were the divine creator in the future that we're creating the ancestors simulations and what we're experiencing now is living in one that's his theory and that's the one that you on must kinda jumped onto so that's sort of the prevailing you know theory when people talk about the simulation theory it's that other ideas are it's not us in the future it's you know an alien hacker I think there was a physicist Andre Lynn perhaps that you know the more you dig into it the more you the universe look like it was created by a physics physics hacker so you know that's another way to look at it I I think of it this way there's four possibilities one could be that there was a conscious entity behind it and that that continuity is constantly modifying our reality you know I think that's the you know active god type of second one is there a conscious entity behind creating it but we've they you know they wound up the clock and they let it ran and if you fall there after and then the the third one is like an evolutionary model this is the one that I tend to believe and where no not necessarily a conscious entity behind it but this sea of consciousness that grew into increasingly complex forms including creating a a system that we that we refer to as the you know reality learning lab which is the simulation that we talk about but that was that you fall out of the bigger set of information or a bigger set of consciousness and that was that's just the progress of evolutionary thing you can't point to one consciousness that that you know intentionally created it it may have created it it may have gotten created because there is a fundamental role rule in the ultimate universe where things constantly work toward increasing complexity and toward increasing higher levels of consciousness that's that's the third approach and the the fourth approach is that it sprang from nothing and this is the Big Bang theory this is the material if there is it just all came from nothing so in those first three there is there something that seems like dear did you know it there there's something you know to the idea of design and the idea of evolution and so therefore it seems like it would follow a an efficient process this is a good argument for the digital nature of things visuals far more efficient than analog because analog implies infinities and infinity of our you know the difference it's a mind blowing saying if if I were going to create a universe I couldn't created in an analog way I could only created the digital way so if there's a conscious entity behind it work was an evolutionary you know construct then it's probably digital if it sprang from nothing you could still be digital but it could also be analog but that spring from nothing idea just has you know when you think about the other possibilities for the origin of all that there is springing from nothing makes less sense than everything else could we be in a video game yeah I suppose I think the the arguments against that though have to do a lot with the experiences that people have when they tap into past licenses of past life and you know I don't discount this stuff this is you know there are a lot of cases where people have corroborating evidence of of past lies that there's no way they would have known these things also near death experiences and you know the in between life experience that people have had when you add up all that and by the way that is science if you collectively add up a lot of anecdotal information I mean that's how medical research is done he you know it's not an unscientific process to you know ask people what their experiences are so when you add all that up it goes against the idea that we're in a video game you know people are experiencing something more they're experiencing reincarnation they're experiencing beauty they're experiencing the idea of the purpose of life being too learn or to involve their consciousness and that's usually not associate with a plain old video games with consciousness doesn't come from the brain or outside of the brain yes here's where I think it it's definitely from outside of the brain not that I don't again I know one of the definitely but you know the only hard for it to be from the brain is that some neuroscientists we'll we'll put probes you know in in your brain and look at electrical signals and know what you know kind of electrical signals happen when you become conscious when you wake up or when you you know have an awareness or not ha moment or something like that and they point to that and say well you know that prove the consciousness comes from the brain but that's that crazy is attaching an oscilloscope to the inside of a TV and saying aha you know when the program comes on the electrical activity going on here therefore the program was created by the TV you know it's it's it doesn't have to be the case and if consciousness came purely from the brain there'd be no way to explain out of body experiences near death experiences a past life regressions selepas see everything a lot of the all that stuff and you know when you look at that data that is you know there is real statistical significance to that data to so no I think that you know I I I think the the evidence is pretty clear that consciousness is not in our coming from the brain will science ever get to the point to prove what we've been talking about tonight that it exists I don't know you know the word proof again that you know that's that's the that's the domain of math and I don't think science will ever prove anything the will probably you know get more and more evidence for this so for example now there are a lot of scientists who are accepting the idea is that deep down reality is made of information there's also a lot of scientists who believe in this sort of idealistic idealism philosophy which says that you know consciousness is separate and consciousness is that an integral part of the creation of reality you know there's tons of scientists the that support that idea you know vitner and sept Lloyd and and you know how high and burger Sharon all those guys kneels bore and so you know I think they're.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"Standing here with with a gun and you have a gun in your hand while I'm not gonna be faster than vehicle I'm gonna be under a lot of stress hello here's kind of crime stoppers offering a thousand dollar reward they hope that's what's going to kick loosen leads to catch this guy in Midland Kate Eldridge colonials we have the propellant charge money a business report for your right now at twenty ten fifty past the hour Kamel hello say Friday's surprisingly robust November jobs report strengthens the view that the federal reserve will hold interest rates steady for the foreseeable future recent economic data have been generally positive including the reports showing that employers added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs last month and I nearly two and a half point jump in consumer sentiment in the university of Michigan's early December index gas prices ticked lower over the past week in the Seattle area triple a says that as of Friday gas was going for an average three dollars forty five and a half cents a gallon about two and a half cents cheaper than a week ago and down nearly nine cents from a month ago that's your money now I'm Jim just go como news do you know the more celebrate Halloween with dressed up donuts from Duncan like the spooky sweet Halloween spider doughnut trick or treat are you a little bit old to be trick or treating no this is so it's just a really good costume anyway I hear you're giving up Duncan spider donuts didn't I just see you with your kid no that was just the my friend is it working Rhonda Duncan all.

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

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"Komo's Keith Eldridge at the state capital Friday. Let me ask you something. What if Seattle is dying? I mean, I thought it was very brave journalism set a lot of things out loud. And put it out there. So that people are thinking really a game changer. I have never in my time in the legislature heard so much conversation about one topic that's generated by John was like that state Senate Republicans say it's a call to action. This is a crisis. We can no longer ignore some of their bills include creating work programs for unemployed homeless adults prohibiting homeless camps near schools. Expanding community base behavioral health facilities through the use of state bonds and providing tax relief to those facilities and when it comes to drug treatment. They're intrigued by what the special said about other states understand the Rhode Island model for medically assisted treatment Rhode Island prison system drug addicts are treated with methadone and other aids to wean them off. Maybe that's not a panacea. But it's certainly going to give us something to look at it. As maybe one of the tools, we can use going forward from the democratic perspective in terms of our priorities. This is one of the top priority democrat. I'd say the issues is important. That's why they formed the special subcommittee on behavioral health long term care housing homelessness. The intersection of the health mental a mental health and the issues that we're seeing and not only in Seattle all around the state Keith Eldridge reporting from the state capital and a reminder an encore presentation of Seattle is dying will air tomorrow night, Saturday night at ten pm also on Sunday afternoon, March thirty.

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02:27 min | 3 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Keith Eldridge explains. The challenges each year easily passes the house of representatives only to get stuck in the state Senate, the chair of the Senate committee handling this issue. Senator Jamie Peterson tells me he's all in favor of going after sex offenders. But once the survivors to report is quick. As they can. And not have the time be open ended. We want to encourage victims to come forward while they can still get Justice while it's still practical for prosecutors to be able to gather the evidence. And so a compromise is in the works. I've talked to sexual assaults and they're saying if we can get a win. Let's get the win because it's their Bill. It's not my Bill. Eight Olympia, Keith Eldridge. Komo news house committee members will soon vote on the Bill for a total elimination of the statute of limitations. The Senate compromise version awaits a hearing date state lawmaker says the death penalty abolished in Washington last year should be reinstated for murders committed behind bars. Komo's Corwin Hake with details. Republican state Senator Keith Wagner of cedar Willie is inspired by a crime committed in his district. Byron sheriff already serving life in prison at the Monroe correctional complex murdered corrections. Officer Jamie Bendall in twenty eleven sheriff spent five years on death row. Then last fall, the state supreme court struck down the state's death penalty, calling it arbitrary. And racially biased to States Supreme Court decision today. We'll stand is a beacon for equal Justice in the state of Washington governor Inslee last November the high court commuted sheriff's death sentence to life without parole. Wagner says that's not right. He tells the Everett herald his Bill would restore capital punishment as an option for prosecutors in cases where an inmate is charged with aggravated first degree murder. The Bill faces an uphill battle state. Senator Jamie Peterson democrat from Seattle is chair of the Senate law and Justice committee. He says he will not grant Wagner's Bill. A hearing Corwin Hake. Komo news coming up on KOMO. He's going to film school. Thanks to silent. Bob. I'm Brian Calvert. With the local moviemaker who will be a clerk no longer. I update on. Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. The latest now from marina Rockinger. I wish we could keep a like this way at this way. Always work. What are you saying? It looks great. I mean, we don't have any blocking problems other than of course, the closure of the viaduct, but we are looking good. Don't have any crashes reported in volume very very light. I even took a look at the passes, and we don't have any trouble or restrictions on either Stevens pass or Snoqualmie pass. This look at traffic is brought to you by discover get your free credit.

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"eldridge" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"eldridge" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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