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"eva lucien" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

11:52 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Win. Win. There you go. That's the most important thing that we can share what comes wait. The White Sox yesterday. Why we have a little bit of light at the beginning of the tunnel. Good morning. Our number to the big show. Richard David Hamada junior, the third way he's got to be has some time off, and John Matthew joining it, first voice that you will hear. As the morning goes on coming up in the next hour. Connect with Annika green for White House wider group. And yeah the Iranian soil be part of it. But I here at home, we also have other projects that are in front of us need a little bit of attention. But more importantly, that also has to do with you at five to one eighty three eighty three and we would love to hear from you on topics of interest. Facebook live is up at NewsRadio eight thirty eight. I don't know if it needs to be updated, but appears to have retreated. To the top of the page. Oh well, let's do a do a refresh, and you'll see it again a little thing here and there. All right. Couple of things. Top of mind city council. We talked about the vacation bills, there's no doubt about it that and even Marshall alluded to this on Tuesday, this was very, very fast. You rarely see such action taken on monumental decisions by the council. But in this particular case in contemplation of these two, very strict bills, this was an orchestrated attempt and admittedly by key members of the council. They wanted this to coincide with governor David Ige, because governor has his own controversial Bill in regard to the collection of taxes, and the members of the city council. Desires to have a message sent over the fifth floor. Look what we've done when you're contemplating a veto of your particular Bill. Hey, there's nine of us over here. We want you unanimously. Get it together. You can do it can be done. So this was part of the reason why this was exceleron your thoughts that these two bills at the city level and out the state level could become law now at the city level, and I don't want to belabor the point we talked about this past couple of days. Please keep in mind, there's going to be a Corp counsel legal review before any signatory, by the mayor, and there will be individuals organizations that will explore any legal mitigation of this vote by the council pencil. This is not a done deal. So the council just wanting to send a message to the governor saying we should all sing out of the same him book on this. And there are some who agree and there are many who do not so up to you. If you do have any thoughts comments at cetera. Please feel free to join us. Other news of the day story that I was prepared to share with you. And I wanted to make sure that we did, John was able to find this report in regard to the supreme court and the display of crossing a seven to two decision. The US supreme court rule the World War One memorial in the shape of a cross in Maryland camp remain on public land. The high court rejected a challenge from the American humanist association which argued the monument violated separation of church and state, Maryland officials who took over maintenance of the memorial claimed the cross has a secular purpose and meaning justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and so new soda Myo are descended in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, FOX is predictably predictably. They would but it's interesting at a seven two, but the other part is invoking that there are secular value to a. Cross. No, I'm not sure if that's an argument that had been presented before. I'm certain we went through our own about twenty years ago, the cross at Coley Coley pass and Mitch in his organization were successful and the display of crosses on the doors of lawmakers that was challenged and lawmakers were forced to remove as well. So this is a positive development for those who believe that the display of across should be as equally accepted, as any other symbol. And the secularity of this being invoked, I think is pretty pretty remarkable. Well, look at the at the time period that that cross was erected it was a time when I mean, it's a World War One memorial. I think you can safely say that at the time, the vast majority of those served was probably Christian Jewish and Christian. So they're, they're going back. It sounds to me like they're going back to the time it was arrested and saying, look this is, you know, this is who the people were at that time. And this was this was put their secular to invoke secularism is a denial of any religious context. So they were able to convince or present that, yes, it may be in the shape of a cross. But this does not denote a particular religious belief that had to be the basis or endorsement of the proof or endorse. What happened? So and the other part about a to the constitution existed long before and the court decision dressing separation of church and state, which is not constitutional. So the invocation security, again, I no doubt about it. But you're right. I mean the same thing here with Coley. Coley, and other symbols have been removed during a point in time where there's a celebration by the general public. It was the Eva Lucien of those who are deniers atheists, and those who believe it's a constitutional invocation separation church and state, which doesn't exist. Doesn't exist. So. Voila, somehow, we'll son how you know, we've, you know, legally we've kind of been twisted into a position and saying, we as a collective country in twisted into the position of what some summarized, his freedom from religion of freedom of religion way, you know, oh, you're promoting the establishment of Christianity as state religion. No, it's, it's the idea of having the symbols. Being erected as morals or erected as just something symbolic of something good, and spiritual. If you wanna wreck something good and spiritual. I mean have at it, but this how, what's the vast majority percentage? People who live their life, non spiritually. It's miniscule. It's absolutely miniscule. So just erasing eradicating all of this from public life is ridiculous. It's, it's a completely antiseptic solution to the way that people do not live their lives at all. So good for the supreme court. All it takes is one one individual and the invocation violation of constitutional rights, and that's all it takes. That's all it takes. And then these challenges by because we've had this man. This debate is going on for a hundred years plus on this program. And it is the firm establishment and realization that must be repeated over and over again. And now codified again that the United States constitution does not state. There's a separation of church and state and we have to take a look at the first part of the first amendment, congress shall make no law respecting establishment of religion. This decision. I believe defines that, that this is not a religious as you alluded to it can be spiritual, but it doesn't have to be connotes as religious and the other part of the first amendment also says, all paraphrase prohibiting the free exercise there. And so this, you're right. I think Skoda's did a great job now. They'll be criticized. It's Trump's court but you're right wing now. Yeah, just like Elena Kagan and Steven briar are the quote unquote, liberal justices that went along with this. That, that will, I mean they concur. They signed onto the, the, the you know the, the winning side on this one, and it's Ginsburg Moyer that have the descent, now, I would like to read, and maybe I'll make it, my, my job to read a little bit of it tonight, just. Just to take a look and see what they say, I have a feeling I know what they say, but I don't want to say, I don't want to say anything, right now, just kind of supposing it. I wanna look and see what their actual the Senate is, if it's the same old thing of, oh, you're promoting the establishment of religion, blah, blah, blah. I don't know if they say, I, I wanna see the actual reasons why they descended on this case. If there's anything new there and you can only get that by actually reading the descent. Well, part of it, too. I mean the invocation and they would have to have because this is the basis of why seperation and church-state separation. You wanted to even exist and we all recall. It's the Thomas Jeff this is where it goes back. Thomas Jefferson, in the conversation regarding the, the establishment clause, and the free exercise clause that we shared in his communication. And that, that separation exists should exist, because there should not be violation of constitutional. So it's, it's interesting the way that this message gets twisted. And can still be invoked in a manner by sitting supreme court justices. So if you do in fact, do that analysis, I'd love to hear it tomorrow to see if that was the case. Why do we have? What do we have that? You know what was the what was the intent of the founders founders, as driven by reason, did not want to establish a theocracy? Okay. Probably pretty good thing, right? Church. They came. They came from where Anglican that is it. Yeah. Nothing else. And it was part of the anyway, you know, and, and say, you know, you know, and, and it was at a time, when, you know, Catholics were, you know, at a minimum or everybody saw has people of Catholic faith as beholden to the pope and all this kind of stuff. So there was all those sub currents going on time. But the, the main thing was that they did not want to establish a theocracy where, you know, they wanted it to be a Republic for the people who were determining their own fate, not, because some religious leader on high said, this is the way it's going to be, and that's the way it's going to be, and that's it because God or Danes it. So that's now that they did not want that. But at the same time, you can be sure. And if you read any of their writings going back to the original, founders, the pains, the is the jeffersons everybody, they did not want a completely antiseptic nature of the nation, either from spirituality from religion. From anything like that. It's the free exercise thereof free exercise. You can do this. This is what this land is made for not, let's remove it all, from the public sphere, and don't ever mentioned it again because it's all about. No that that's, that's not it either seven nineteen in the morning. It's time for prime time traffic.

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"eva lucien" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Consistent with the majority of people in Alabama, twenty fourteen Pew Research poll found fifty eight percent of adults foot abortion should be legal in all or most cases, when you look at our elections, we are almost always electing the conservative to service in the White House, or in the Senate, or in congress. Do you think the when people vote they're actually voting values? I do think in Alabama, the conservative values are very much. What drives the electorate values rooted in the Christian faith, which include creationism, I believe that God created the world and the earth and people? And so, I don't believe that there was just a big bang and at all happened. I believe in the literal, six days of creation. Creationism. She says should be taught alongside. Eva Lucien one should not be given precedence over the other. What do you think is wrong with Alabama? It's too hot and that's it. No, we have a lot of problems. We have a big opioid crisis in the state. We have forty seven percent of women who give birth are unmarried, but overall, I think it is a great state. I think that we are conquering a lot of these battles that we've had. But, but when you say what's wrong, you don't think race or Alabama's racial history is still a problem? Or do you. I don't think it's a problem. It's not a problem in my world to me. Racism is something that has been ginned up, especially over the last few years to tear people apart. And I think it is time that we get over this, we forgive and we move on. What do you mean by forgive? I think that if you have a family, member generations ago, that was a slave owner.

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"eva lucien" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Void where it said. Beyond the void. In the beginning void, and this is on the face of the deep and then, and God said, let there be light, that is called the singularity in physics is exactly the same as God saying, but they the physicists cannot tell you how can this one thing spend energy forever and ever and ever and ever to create a bigger and bigger universe all the programs there to, to, to have Martin's sky and food, and growth. Ev EV EV Aleutian. Eva lucien. You can call it your life. But the point is. Realm, inside you that if you can if you still. No. And the way you still is look at your islets, and if you can see or eyelids. Inside your I if you'll see little pixels and see pictures coming and going, but mostly if you do it, right. All you see pixels, what you're really seeing is. Another was. When you come into the world, this is gonna have to go over again with it when you come to the world, the shock effects, your mind. And disconnects you from the God that his giving you a gift for paradise lost. C gift is repent redemption on the journey on the journey of life. You need to find redemption. The redemption comes from intuition. But when you come into your intuition is taken away by thirty parents rude. Impatient. Got it very liberal. Sagen. I see. College is, you know of these liberal professions that try to eight. I don't know anything anything..

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"eva lucien" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

14:25 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"L. I F. We are back with MAURICE cut around. We're talking about one of his works called future science. How many additions is it in now MAURICE I starting the full edition show, which super good for you? Good for you. Yeah. Exactly. Why is gravity? Soem. Portent. Gravity. An nut state, which is amazing comedy gravitate all these gravity now. Everything is gravitate everything in the universe. So what's his gravity, gravity is that Trump magnetic energy and once understand how electromagnetism well together, they can the stunned what gravity is once understand. What we all where we all why we have we can understand. Everything has been designed. Once we understand that it's been designed we have to question why was designed this way? Then explains. Why everything in the world the way is just maga-? But also love also hates. Also, the things I spoke of earlier haven't haven't Peggy trade, one of the problems with this, because it's so old embracing all encompassing. People skeptical if somebody comes along and says logo, I've figured it will out, than not sure, they skeptical because of the design in L is programmed into human beings. He's baked into psyche. If you like when we create it has to be that way, because if we were small would figure things out with figure out that we were in hell and hell would stop working allowed. That's one of the rules of how. To be improved be allowed to stop working. What people say is they say, I've just because I've come across they say very intelligent people, excuse me. Figure out how gravity would without success. The inferences full who has does figure out how ravage you what? Well, has to be more intelligent than all those who tried before. But what I don't understand is there is no such thing as intelligence human beings, fifty percent of what we call God fifty percent of what we call the devil. The physical body is the devil on the electromagnetic energy. That flows through the body is God days, or the so if you like inside the body inside the data. Good ideas, come from college about ideas come from the body. God sends good ideas into the world. So people who can pick up those days who are listening. Many of those outstanding ideas have been spiritually predisposed, including Isaac. Newton Einstein you as a scientist. You're convinced creator, aren't you? Show of that, that nobody was that, that was a creative, but there is a creator and once understand about moccasins Einstein's equation E equals MC squared stunned that in the beginning that must've been energy, that's the part of the equation. And that some of that. Yeah. J must have crossed on Stein's equation become mass. So we have to E equals, and say, is the speed of light, which we have to use to get the wrong concept so that E equals MC squared nj in the beginning had some of the energy cross the equation became the physical universe rec- around us a mess. So the one side, we say God is electron magnetic energy is spirits. It's a soul on the left inside of the equation. Let's say in the beginning, God was a million volts of energy in the universe. That's all existed. The next stage is the analysis some of the energy crises equation. Let's say ten percent of it hundred thousand crosses on Stein's equations, that we have a big explosion, and then explosion tons into the planets, and the stars and becomes the physical universe rec- around is now on the left onside, if on the left on side, we have plus a million volts God than if a hundred thousand volts crosses over to the other side of the equation, it becomes minus one hundred thousand dollars. Excuse me. That's just a simple road of algebra, let me ask you this because in, in future science. You talk about the beginning of time and how the universe began kind of explain that force MAURICE, because that is something, of course, all of us are baffled about how the universe get it start. Well, this is what I'm actually saying how this happened was in the beginning that was no time. There was just God. And then God created the physical unifies whatever God might be God is electoral, my energy. Okay. That's it is 'electricity electric. Now, you say, well, it's clever will it doesn't work that way. If I put God into electrical kettle the cattle, the wall in the capital gets halt. So why the plastic and the metal of the castle have been designed when I got into the cattle Walter gets halts when I got into the refrigerator the refrigerator gets cold, because that's the way the refrigerator's being designed the when I go into a human brain human tissue, the human tissue becomes spatially away, the human tissue begins to sink because that's the way the human tissue has been designed we've become cognizance of everything around, we've become a wet, we think we become aware of everything around in the world when he is all an illusion because also being these outlined. So in the beginning there was just a voltage now. So she's like we could save a. Why would God change it? Let's say in the beginning. God, why would God want to change anything? Well, the bible tells us in the beginning God is good. Good. And God is love. And the only thing better than God is love. But we're also told that God made man and his own image and Mon count, grow beyond a certain point unless he sacrifice his apology himself, and that sucker fines sciences jeans and DNA he kind of grow the particular individual. If you if he's Sacre ffices the NA and Jane's, he can grow into people millions of people have been in people, but without sacrificing such thing as growth. Well, given that God is good. And God is love and God wants to grow. That's all he made in his image. God knows the only way he can become big old Bhakta produce, more love is to create more of himself, but he called grow without sacrificing a pace of himself because that's the low of the universe. They can be no growth without sacrificing. So God through a piece of himself away, he cuts off. If throws little finger away, if you like it cuts off one hundred thousand volts, and he threw them into the unifies into the electromagnetic energy of that time on through on Stein's equation. They cross the equation. They change the algebraic sign from positive negative. So everything on the other side of Einstein's equation is the opposite of God. So if he's good, golden God is love everything. On the other side of Einstein's equation, which is negative must be the opposite of good. The opposite of love. Any must be hell. So the physical universe must be hell. And that's what I teach is a low. You never knew it himself. He might be might be right emir stumbled into it. But how did how did it all start hot? And even the beginning of God, begin why did they original electro-magnetic energy come from an interesting question? And clearly it's, it's a bit like having a computer on your desk. And the computer is watching you just. Let watching the computer a computer get clever clever with Eva Lucien with Moe memory processing speeds. And so on the computer next to the computer talks, the one next to the computer, and the computer, next to the one says, who'd you think created us on the number one computer says, well, I don't know who created this, so what created this, but I rather suspect that whoever watch as have ten fingers, because every day, he tickles me ten fingers. Whoever it is it created us most happy is because I have a loudspeaker on. He keeps changing the things I say and whoever does must be able to see me because I have a monitor and he keeps looking at the moment. But it doesn't matter how those computers get they can get a good idea of who sitting in front of it. The human being has always knows is she has fingers. It can never imagine whether human being came from. So what I must why do they original voltage come from the computer cannot tell you because all I am is Matza with a soul inside myth. He's godly energy inside me that energy forces, electrical current through my brain. There is limits. What my brain can handle. So all I can say is that we all we're all every living thing is called God wants to grow. Now, we know that there are different mechanisms and how if I love you the my soul voltage grows. And if I hate you myself all full goes down goes down. So if I love you a myself voltage grows if he gets high enough, then one my body dies, I go back to God and God's voltages grown. So that means called grows and he fulfills his objective of a big called called gets bigger, which is the whole point of the universe. God allow created living things, so that he could grow without living things he grow, but the only way he could do that was to create hell hell has many mechanisms among them, for example, reincarnation so that you must ensure that people tried to escape from how cannot escape. So somebody commits suicide, they must come back, it's like a piece on the a gaming board. Like monopoly if somebody falls off the gaming board, one of the pilots, one of the players identities falls off the bowed like a shoe or wind mail, or whatever it is. Whatever it is. Exactly. Yes. You back onto the board to pay would start again ago. It's like if you imagine a hump stuff you have a humps on the table and you're looking at your pet to when the humps to get to close to the edge of the table, you immediately the to put it back into the middle. Now, you know why you've done that because you don't want to fall off and got hurt, but the humps it doesn't know why you've done that. And that's why he tries to bite you, not only to you, but he gets frustrated because he is like a human big tries to make his life back to buy earning more money, but just as we more money, how may become comfortable we finish up back in the beginning. Thanks, a lot is back onto the bow of lose all money. Maybe got divorced in days off the house off the car. Maybe the company goes bust. All these shows, but we can never most people can never. Fulfill their objective of improving that life on us. Oh, becoming if you like, because there's no such things as happiness, because of time time is a mechanism in the physical world that I mentioned earlier, so we can be happy for a while, but we can't be happy for all of the time. And that's why time is so important in the physical world. Explain that a little bit more MAURICE because you're right about something in, in that is we're at times, where people are not happy at all. And then Tom, sometimes they're, you know, happy sometimes. But most of the time, they're not how come and that's one of the mechanisms of how, and there were many mechanisms of how not just not true disasters where ce`namas drowns people quite skull people cost people paying Sunder line in coast floods, and destroy a homes, because we're in how all of these mechanisms exists to make it hell. And when we figure out the rules to this is only enough to seventy get seven to be we acquire wisdom. The reason we have quite a wisdom is because human being has full human beings inside them. They have a physical human being an intellectual human thing, which is in the mind and emotional human being, which is on the spiritual even Bank, which is called, which is binding, three other bodies together. My mother turned ninety yesterday MAURICE and she is very spiritual. Maybe that's what's helping are very wise. And I said this before that we can convey information knowledge, but become conveyed wisdom because wisdom dependence on love which comes from the halt, it depends on processing power, the end select which resides in the brain, it depends on how fit and healthy for suffering, and it depends on the sold. And how the so how we all accommodating God God is insiders as long as the body at the same frequency in the same phase, as God, the soul.

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"eva lucien" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

14:00 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We are back with MAURICE cut around. We're talking about one of his works called future science. How many additions is it in now? Maurice I starting the full edition show super good for you. Good for you. Exactly. Why is gravity so important? Gravity. I have an expression today, which is amazing travel gravity all these gravity now. Everything is gravitate everything in the universe. So what his gravity gravity is electoral muggy energy. And once we understand, how actress magnetism would together, we can understand what gravity is understand what we are where we all why we here we can understand. How everything has been designed a once we understand that it's been designed we have to question why was designed this way? Not then explains. Why everything in the world is the white is? Him. But also love also height. Also the things I spoke Valia haven't haven't Peggy trade one of the problems with this work is so embracing an all encompassing is that people are very skeptical. If somebody comes along and says, look, I've figured it all out, then not sure they skeptical because that's part of the design in hell is programmed into human beings? He's baked into psyche. If you like when we all created to be that way, because if we were small would figure things out, we figured out that we were in hell and how would stop working not allowed? That's one of the rules of how it comes out to be improved all be allowed to stop working. What people say is they say I've because I've come across it. They say very intelligent, people, excuse me, have to figure out how he would without success, the inferences that full, whoever does figure out how ravage you what will have to be more intelligent than all of those tried before. But what I don't understand is there is no such thing as intelligence human beings, fifty percent of what we call, God fifty percent of what we call the dental the physical body is the devil on the electromagnetic energy. That flows through the body is God good ideas, or the so if you like inside the body inside the data. Good ideas come from college. Come from the body got sends good ideas into the world through people who can pick up those ideas who are listening, many of those without stunning ideas have been spiritually predisposed, including Isaac Newton an Einstein you as a scientist. You're convinced was a creator, aren't you? Absolutely show. That, that nobody was that, that was a creative, but there is a creator and once understand about fifty mechanism on Stein's equation, E equals MC squared, then we're gonna stunned that in the beginning that must've been energy, that's the politics Asian. And that some of that energy, it must have crossed Stein's equation become mass. So we have to eight calls and say, is the speed of light, which we have to use the right concept so said, e equals MC squared energy in the beginning. It was energy some of energy cross the equation became the physical universe. We see around us the mass, so the one side, we say God is electoral magnetic energy is spirit is soul on the left inside equation. Let's say in the beginning, it was a million volts of energy in the universe. That's all existed. The next stage of the analysis. Some of the energy crosses the equation. Let's say ten percent of it hundred thousand crosses on Stein's equations. We have a big explosion and then explosion tons into the planets, and the stars becomes the physical universe. We see around us. Now on the left hand side. If on the left unsigned have plus a million volts, God, that if a hundred thousand volts crosses over to the other side of the equation, it becomes minus one hundred thousand dollars. Just excuse me. Sure. That's just a simple road of algebra, let me ask you this because in, in future science. You talk about the beginning of time and how the universe began kind of explain that force MAURICE, because that is something, of course that all of us are baffled about how the universe get it start. Well, this is what I'm actually saying. This this time. Well happen was in the beginning that was no time. There was just God. And then God created the physical unifies whatever God might be God is electoral magnetic energy. Okay. That's what it is. All right. Electric. God is electric city. Now, you say, well, he's clever. Well, it doesn't look that way. If I put God into electrical cattle, the kettle the water in the capital gets halt the way the plastic and the metal of the cattle have been designed when I got into the cattle wall to get halts when I got into the refrigerator refrigerator against cold, because that's the way the refrigerator's been designed one. Now when I go into a human brain human tissue. The human tissue becomes spatially away, the human tissue begins to think, because that's the way the human tissue has been designed we've become cognizance of everything around, we've become the wet, we think we become aware of everything around in the world when he Lucien because also being designed. So in the beginning there was just a voltage now. So she's like we could save a. Why would God change it? Let's say in the beginning was God, why would God want to change anything? Well, the bible tells us in the beginning God is good. And God is love and anything back to God is love, but we're also toes that God made man and his own image and Mon count, grow beyond a certain point unless he sacrificed, his apart of himself. And he sucker fines sizes. Jeans and DNA. He cannot grow the a particular individual. If he if he Sacre Feis, his DNA jeans he can grow into thousands of people millions of people billions of people, but without sacrifice, there's such thing as growth. Well, given that God is good. And God is love and God wants to grow. That's all he made money in his own image. God knows the only way he can become big old Becca produce, more love is to create more of himself, but he can't grow without sacrificing a piece of himself because that's the low of the universe. They can be no gross without sacrificing. So God through a piece of himself away, he cuts off. If throws little finger life, you like he cuts off one hundred thousand foles, and he threw them into the universe into the electromagnetic energy of that time on through on Stein's equation. They cross the equation. They change the algebraic sign from positive or negative. So everything on the other side of Einstein's equation is the opposite of God. So God he's good in God's love everything on the other side of Stein's equation, which is negative must be opposite of good. The opposite of love. Any must be, I'll so the physical universe must be held. And that's what teach is a low. You never knew it himself. He might be might be right. He stumbled into it. But how did how did it all start? How did even the beginning of God begin? Why did they original electromagnetic energy come from isn't interesting question? And clearly it's, it's a bit like having a computer on your desk. And the computer is watching, you just let your watching the computer, the computer gets clever clever with Eva Lucien with more memory loss to processing speeds. And so on. The computer next to the computer Tokes, one next to the computer and the computer next to the one says, who'd you think created on the number one computer says, well, I don't know who created this, what creates it is. But I rather suspect that whoever awash ever, it is how ten fingers. Because that'd be gay he tickles me ten fingers. Whoever it is created us most is because I have a loudspeaker on. He keeps changing the things I say and whoever it is must be able to see me because I have a monitor and he keeps looking at the monitor. But it doesn't matter how those computers get they can get a good idea of who sitting in front of it. The human being. Has knows is has taught you has fingers. It can never imagine weather human being came from. So what must why did the original voltage come from? I the computer cannot tell you because all I am is mozza with a Soling inside piece of godly energy inside me and that energy forces, electrical current sue my brain. There is limits, what my brain can handle. So all I can say is that we all we're all every living thing is called God wants to grow. Now, we know that there are different mechanisms in how if I love you the myself outage grows and if I hate you myself full goes down goes down. So if I love you. I'm my cell voltage grows if he gets high enough than one might body does I go back to God and God's voltages grown. So that means called grows and he fulfills, his objective of a they called called gets bigger, which is the whole point of the NFL, this God allow created living things, so that he could grow without living things he kind of grow, but the only way could do that was to create hell and hell has many mechanisms among them, for example, reincarnation so that you must ensure that people tried to escape from how cannot escape. So somebody commits suicide, they must come back. It's like a piece on the a gaming bullet like monopoly if somebody. Falls off the gaming board, one of the pilots, one of the players identities falls off the booed, like a shoe or wind male or whatever it is. Whatever it is. Exactly. Yes. You've got to back onto the bullet to pay and start again. Go on. It's like if you much in a hump stuff, you have a hamster on the table and you're looking at your pet, hamster wasn't the homes to get to close to the edge of the table. You immediately comes to put it back into the middle. Now, you know why you've done that because you don't want to fall off and got hurt, but the humps it doesn't know why you've done that. And that's why he tries to bite you bite. You. You but he gets frustrated because he is like a human being tries to make his life back to by earning more money. But just as an more money may become comfortable, we finish up back at the beginning next lot is we're back onto the boulevard lose all money. Maybe get divorced in these off the house off the call. Maybe the company goes bust, and you lose all these shows, but we can never most people can never. Fulfill their objective of improving live on us. Oh, becoming happy, if you like, because there's no such things as happiness, because of time time is a mechanism in the physical world that I mentioned earlier, so we can be happy for a while, but becomes be happy for all of the time. And that's why tell me so important in the physical world. Explain that a little bit more MAURICE because you're right about something in, in that is we're at times, where people are not happy at all. And then Tom, sometimes they're, you know, happy sometimes, but most of the time, they're not how count and that's one of the mechanisms of hell, and there were many mechanisms of how not just not true disasters where ce`namas drowns people, quake, skull, people post people pain, underlining coast floods, and destroy a homes, because we're in Hal, all of these mechanisms exists to make hell. And when we figure out the rules to be on the enough to seventy because when get seven to get we acquire wisdom, and the reason we call wisdom is because human being has full human beings inside them. They have a physical human being an intellectual human being, which is in the mind and emotional human being, which is hot on a spiritual human being, which is called, which is binding, three other bodies together, my mother, turn ninety yesterday MAURICE, and she is very spiritual. Maybe that's what's helping her very wise. And I said this before that we can can convey information knowledge, but become convey wisdom, because wisdom depends on love which comes from the hot it depends on processing power, the end select which resides.

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"eva lucien" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on KTOK

"We've become cognizance of everything around is we've become the wet, we think we become aware of everything around in the world. But in fact, his on Lucien because also being designed so in the beginning there was just a voltage now. So she's like we could save a. Why would God change it? Let's say in the beginning, it was called. Why would God want to change anything? Well, the bible tells us in the beginning God is good. And God is love and anything back to God is love. But we're also told that God made man and his own image and Mon count, grow the on to set points, unless he sacrifices himself and sucker fines sciences jeans and DNA he kind of grow beyond a particular individual if he if he Sacre Feis, his DNA jeans he can grow into people millions of people have been in people. But with. Soccer Feis there is no such thing as growth. Well, given that God is good. And God is love and God wants to grow that fall, and he made money is image. God knows the only way he can become big old Bhakta produce, more love is to create more of himself, but he can't grow without sacrificing a pace of himself because that's the low of the universe. They can be no growth without sacrificing. So God through a piece of himself away, he cuts off if throws little finger away, if you like it cuts off a hundred thousand volts, and he threw them into the universe into the electromagnetic energy of that time on through on Stein's equation. They cross the equation, they changed the algebraic sign from positive to negative. So everything on the other side of Einstein's equation is the opposite of God. So if all these good, golden God is love everything. On the other side of Einstein's equation, which is negative must be the opposite of good the opposite of love. Any must be I'll so the physical universe must be hell. And that's what I teach is a low. You never knew it himself. He might be might be right. Stumbled into it. But how did how did it all start? How did even the beginning of God begin? Why did they original electromagnetic energy come from isn't interesting question? And clearly it's, it's a bit like having a computer desk, and the computer is watching, you just let your watching the computer, the computer gets clever clever with Eva Lucien with more memory loss to processing speeds. And so on. The computer next to the computer Tokes, one next to the computer and the computer next to the one says, who'd you think created on the number one computer says, well, I don't know who created this, what creates it is. But I rather suspect that whoever Awad every taste have ten fingers. Because that'd be day he tickles me ten fingers. Whoever it is created us must have is because I have a loudspeaker on. He keeps changing the things I say and whoever does must be able to see me because I have a monitor and he keeps looking at the monitor. But it doesn't matter how those computers get they can get a good idea of who sitting in front of it. The human being. Has knows is has taught you has fingers. It can never imagine weather human being came from. So what must original voltage come from? I if the computer cannot tell you, because all I am is Matza with a soul inside myth. He's godly energy inside me and that energy forces, electrical current sue my brain. There is limits, what my brain can handle. So all I can say is that we all we're all every living thing is called God wants to grow. Now, we know that there are different mechanisms. And how if I love you the myself, voltage grows, and if I hate you, my soul fold it goes down goes down. So if I love you. I'm my cell voltage grows if he gets high enough, then one might body does I go back to God and God's voltages grown..

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"eva lucien" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Is important to distinguish between a worm in a waiver Wibran in a dragon, and that these are distinct things, but it's a linguistic distinction really that. And the way we want them to be fits characteristics that I don't think we're ever fixed historically, that they weren't that whether or not had two legs or forelegs was not. What was important about their stories? It was their treasured chart and their hip points. Not. It was about what they did what they represent exacting whether they were the local landscape or they created the local landscape, or they were in explained him for why that cave is dangerous place to go or those cliffs or why it was that, you know. Where the treasures must be in that sense of wonder and things like this. I don't think it had anything to do with another had two legs or four legs or at stinger at the end of their tail. Right. Right. These are things that we've added on in made more important than the stories made them. Yeah. That that's true. I don't think it least here in America. I that it's you could easily overstate the importance of drags on Hugh. Absolutely enormous. Yeah. Yeah. Infants, amber logical spec to looking at the origins of wood or what it originally, meant doesn't necessarily have much impact on what it might mean today. They're just lots of semantic processes and things that can happen meanings can broaden making narrow. They basically Eva Lucien makes me feel really gated who you say that. We did mention that the shot. And if it's appropriate. One of the one of the cool things when we think back about what dragons might have used to have meant. Right. The one of the things that seems to be the pattern that connects them has to do with the serpent, and I think that's key. Enter politics, named David Jones, who basically attributes the concept of the sort of universality of the concept of dragons, which, by the way, I don't think is universal, it may be ubiquitous in widespread, but it's not a universal category. There are a few universal categories in sort of human religiosity. However you define really religion but ritual perhaps sacrifice perhaps dream interpretation. These seem to be pretty universal dragons are not universal. They are widespread but David Jones thinks that a lot of it comes from this sort of. Evolutionary, anthropoids notion of hardwired, fear of snakes, which has some scientific credence to it. Right. I mean, homo sapiens, are frightened of snakes, and that probably comes from very old old of Russia, Mary development of, of certain instinctual aspects that are, perhaps encoded at this point. So it could be that there are some really deep relationships between that which is considered the monstrous. Other thing about, which we are afraid and the relationship between the construct of dragon, the only really strong counter to that, that I can think of is that the dragon in ancient China was not considered wicked and I think that's the key to sort of discounting, putting too much too much emphasis on David Jones's theory. Yeah. They're not really a wicked creatures. There are certainly dangerous dragons Chinese stories for sure, they definitely can eat people. But in general, they mean fortune. They mean good luck. They're wonderful creatures. I mean, the dragon dance you see the dry the long undulating, dragon dance at new year or spring things like this, this is symbolic of probably historically, bringing good, weather, and good harvests. It was not about here comes the Munster that's not what it was. Right. It was not this, this, this terrifying. Figure all the time. Well, it also the chimerical qualities that has got all these other animals built into it also sort of implies somewhat distinct from this where a serpent core. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But it does underlie. It is what, yeah. It's gotta wear your body, right? Contracts for sure the other big question becomes flight right wide to some Dragonfly, and others? Do not. And there's different all kinds of possible theories about that. Some of the early dragon depictions in areas they were winged creatures that were parked eagle or you know, sort of innocence Griffin, esque, although, Griffin's, really come from the all time ounce in Mongolia, but anyway, the inter in China, the celestial dragons don't have wings, most of the time, they fly, but they are storms..

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"eva lucien" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

15:43 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I wanna hear from somebody tonight. How often is it that just looked down? And there it is one eleven eleven eleven what is up with that? Bruce, d you look at your phone always at eleven eleven or one eleven. I think. Yeah. Also, free free free and one full. Those are the free numbers may eleven eleven free free free before I get come up in lots of places. Yeah. It's crazy. Isn't it? All right now before we get to the phones which are jammed up, by the way. Are we suggesting here that everybody on this planet is now a hybrid human? Yes. Yep. Absolutely. I will just I know this is a little bit from. The more recent hybrid human argument, grays modifying people, but yes, everyone is already hybrid him before any grades coming to anything. Yeah. How do we get back to figuring out? How our chromosome count changed the genetic makeup of our DNA and how it differs so much from not only. You know, monkeys and chimps, but everything else on this planet to as well, where are chromosome pairs are are different than everything else. But we still have the same amino acids in the same basic makeup. At the at the beginning of everything. But we're the only ones like us, aren't we? Yeah. We we definitely had some some strange in co-ceo signatures in the Gino. Because being done fish shore. I mean, we do. Yeah. We will trace back to that fish organism four point five billion years ago. Now, they have laid it out. But yeah. Well, the the modification in that gene, the motivation the code that have happened even though we will share a code. He's getting like, the, you know, we will have the same operating system. You know, you can take gene out of out of a frog. Yeah. You can put it into a obsta as as you'd have people doing that stuff in labs now, and it will work, you know, because the basic operating system seems to be quiet throughout the bias via you know, every every living thing he can run that same code. You know, so once you understand the code you can really play around crates or any string stuff upgrade things down. Great things. You know, the other beings up see that understand that and they was. Come in change. You know, did he added that and he has radical consequences? But you ready to take some of these phone calls. Let's go to Joe in Monterey, California. Joe europe. I on coast say hi to Bruce Fenton. Fenton and glad you're you're on tonight. And with a very good host Jimmy church. He'll ask the right questions. I'd like to know about the that the substance that they used because we have a phenomenon happening here on in today's time. Did you find anything any information on black goo, it's an alien a and has the ability to create simulation? It's like a matrix. I think that shadow people are its creation, an an an a simulation. And yes, panspermia it does account for the Cambrian explosion. Because we can't create that much differences. You need an entire matrix of genetics. It doesn't evolve that way it has to be a package deal. Thank you for that. Joe? Let's start with the top the first question about black Google, Bruce one. Well, first off the black do being what's making the makeup of shadow people. That's pretty interesting. Yeah. I mean, people are strange when I've seen them myself. My wife seeing them encounters, very strange, whatever they are whatever they made from. I know people read and suggested they might be made from dark matter or something, you know. Who knows isn't it that that I think they're pretty what are those mysterious phenomena? That's really encountered because they don't seem to directly communicate, you know. So unlike grays or rip billion all these other things people encounter, we we have accounts, you know, about communication nor wear these shadow people, actually, communicate direct way, they tend to be in the room, whatever following the below. So yeah, I think that one of the biggest mysteries of old, and he had had said, you know, the AI element of you know, the black goo makeup. That it is of you know, it's a it's a self replicating a artificial makeup, and that would be the the shadow people. That's pretty interesting. I haven't quite heard that. Now, I want to get back to panspermia a you. And I talked about this a couple of weeks ago when panspermia when I had I read about it. Whether it is from a meteorite and asteroid comet or an alien spacecraft. Right. That that that is one of the theories that is a pretty easy answer for everything. And I think there's something to it. Yep. Absolutely. And show point out that the Cambrian explosion is really highlighted by some leading. I was about thirteen different, you know, mainstream. Scientists that have collaborated on a paper fairly recently where they argue the Cambrian explosion was the result of spammy that there was another incoming of this genetic code that has come from space. They they suggest via a modified or by a virus is you modify a type of retrovirus which is rained down. It has entered the primitive organisms that were present. And that that is cool as massive mutations. Right. That's why we suddenly have his Cambrian explosion with lows and lows new life forms just suddenly appear in the record without any previous signs of evolution, right? And there's an explosion. There's so many of these appear that really. There's only two logical conclusions. I that. Yes. Something's rained down the retrovirus or someone. He already is playing around with the code. But not true. Eva Lucien, I would definitely rights out of that. Because there is no precursor for most of these organisms. They just appear. Yeah. When you don't have the time, you know for for Darwin to play out bright where it's it's virtually overnight where you have tens of thousands of species just appearing right without any chance to evolve. I I don't know of another explanation for that. Unless there was some kind of panspermia or seeding. Absolutely. And I think that's something where that's why you're able to get footsie academics willing to put their names, even though they know that is a controversial subject area that there's a such a strong argument. Take you on that event that willing to, you know, put their names out there and say look come on everyone. Something else is happening. Yeah. This isn't just random you the natural selection because that takes incredible time to add up to anything, you know. And there was the probably six months ago. Octopus. Right being aliens. And there was no other explanation for it. Because they were so different sentient thinking smart perfect and different than anything else on this planet that the only explanation is that they were they were seated here they were brought here. Again. Yeah. The scientists will willing to suggest how radical as that. We don't have a mainstream academics would put their names to paper that suggests maybe octopus were brought here, you know, from space alien right directly, some kind of aliens. And again, I would say that the only thing they don't mention is that the second possibility that is that extraterrestrials what he at modifying creatures and created octopus here with their knowledge. But either way, you know, it's it's it's pretty revelation. Whether they were somehow came here Komai was what they argued that eggs from an octopus from another planet. You know coming here. Oh, see that system. Ischaemia south. Sure. Even if we said that that's pretty well. But yeah, it could of course, off CBS that come here and modify the code he again, which favor that, but I'm I'm happy that that willing to go on a limb and say could be, you know, another world had ended up coming here from that. You know, that's equally you know, possible and suddenly mind-bending. Yes. And I never ate octopus before. But I guarantee you, right? I never will in the future. Let's go to Brian in plano, Texas. Brian you're up next on coast. Hi, thanks for having me on and Mr. fitting. My question was about the Orion star system to constellation and the guy I think it has stars like Beetlejuice and some other giants than it. But I've heard some of the ancient astronauts theorists that have been coast of program in the past, you know, talk about Orion, and how either humans came from that system at some point or. Bumping bid. And so another thing occurred to me a setting young Greek mythology the alignment is about the hunters. Which I think some people speculate it's actually code for ancient humanity that was here on this planet that hunted animals and live off the land. And you know, the world police forces perhaps so much or too much in some wondering if you think there's a connection there. And I mean, what did anything come from the Orion systems earth? Yes. Yes. Absolutely. There is a connection with the Ryan. And as you like that Ryan pace and a lot of ancient mythology globally. You know that it's pretty best known for the Greeks and the dip shins, but but globally Orion is. Yeah. I if blacks up in mythology and cosmology in the material that I'm looking at the evidence, I'm looking at it does like the beings that are already on enough. These more negative group. They have arrived from a Ryan is clarified that when they leave that they go back through a gateway to Orion now about as I mean that all being in the Ryan Susta on negative is I've also heard of beings that supposedly come from a ride positive now for people that the Orion nebula attains a very large number stars. You know, it's not just a few that we can visibly see with our eyes. So we should limit the possibilities. You know, in the same way. Please has you know, hundreds and hundreds of stars Orion. Also, does you know? So we have you know, there's many worlds there. So I don't say that that means that everything is bad. But said he that's where you have a negative group. They go back to Orion now, if you look at the mythology there the hunter you've got a Ryan is hunting the pleadings right there. This this seven sisters. Yeah. And that in my view goes back to this mythology off the coast make wall that there has been a war between these Iran routines and their allies and these plenty and alliance, right? That today's goes back to a MC war in the past that Orion hunted. The ladies and that there is. Yeah. That's the reasoning for that mythology. Let's go to Doug and Kingman Arizona. Doug, really quick. What do you have for Bruce? I was wondering what I've seen. I think you're onto something here. They had a group on releasing a documentary. They were talking about that. They're not sure who's in charge about the government releasing information. And I was wondering if you think those two groups are still battling over this planet and possibly the group. That was outta here is is controlling our government. Anything that we are exposed to? That's a great question. Doug. And I've I've talked to Bruce about this, Bruce who is still here are the reptilian still here. Palladian still here. You know, who who is interacting right now with our world governments. Or if if anybody. Absolutely the way I would put as we are in the middle of a cold wall. They collect Cold War is what people say why don't Etienne's just help. Or why don't just invade you look odd situation. We had you know, Cold War. You know, where it was just hanging out of your head that it could happen at any moment. But that's different powers that a balanced in a way that they don't want it to go to a halt wall because they have the halt war. Right. This is this happened that they know that the devastation which will vote on both sides right because you fairly equally matched calls make palace. Right. So so they have come to a new level of complexity in the way wars are fought. To are allowing the moment humanity is choosing which way we'll go but both powers here. Make no mistake that they are watching you know, what's going on here. And they know that on either side, you know, someone is going to claim this world, absolute, right? So you we can end up in the lions with these open Evelyn types, or we're gonna end up addicts fully on xd into a very negative empire. Prime is wild as that sounds. That's why we're not seeing so much of a hot wall. These are very well balanced occasionally ship full from the sky, right? And if you go back to say, the full and stuff, I don't believe that machine gun the taking down he goes club that there is a Katy sparks in this called wall and the ship is shot down by the other side. And it will come flying that crashing out of sky is right. So this this is further evidence. What I'm saying the reason we don't see an all out invasion for that. Same reason that there is another power sitting there who also has an interest. Then us decide who takes the the spoils of this so humanity in the moment is largely governments are working with what I'd say the wrong side, and he's leaning towards becoming fully annexed. And I'm hopeful that people wake up they realise. They start to see there's a lot of negative people at the top and insist that hey, we don't wanna be going that direction. And they move us back tools asking to join this alliance. Why do so many Bruce want ET to come and save us or to have somebody saves us? Instead of actually doing something ourselves. Why why is it that? We're so anxious for that. Yeah. He's a funny..

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"eva lucien" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:24 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I got it. I snapped a pick one eleven eleven how crazy is that? I mean, I wanna hear from somebody tonight. How often is it that you just look down? And there it is one eleven eleven eleven what is up with that? Bruce, d you look at your phone always at eleven eleven or one eleven I eleven things yet also free free free of one full. Those are the free numbers may seven eleven free free before I get come up in lots of places over time. Yeah, it's crazy. Isn't it? All right now before we get to the phones which are jammed up, by the way. Are we suggesting here that everybody on this planet is now a hybrid human? Yes. Yep. Absolutely. I know this is a little bit from the more recent hybrid human argument, you know, where graves modifying people, but yet everyone is already a hybrid human pointy grades coming. Do anything to you? How do we get back to figuring out? How our chromosome count changed the genetic makeup of our DNA and how it differs so much from not only. Monkeys and chimps, but everything else on this planet to as well, where are chromosome pairs are different than everything else. But we still have the same amino acids in the same basic makeup. At the at the beginning of everything. But we're the only ones like us, aren't we? Yeah. We we definitely had some some strange include say signatures in the Gino. You know, we're because being done to shore. I mean, we do. Yeah. We will trace back to that fish organism one four point five billion years ago. Now, they have laid it out. But yeah, well is the the modifications in that genome the motivation the code that had happened even though we will share code. He's like he's like the, you know, we will have the same operating system. You know, you can take gene out of out of a frog you can put it into your as as you have people doing that stuff in labs now, and it will work, you know, because the basic operating system seems to be quiet throughout the via. You know, every every living thing he can run that same code. You know, so once you understand the code you can really play around crates or any strange stuff. Upgrade things down. Great things. You know, the others being understand that. And they come in change. You know, did he get that? And he has radical consequences. But you ready to take some of these phone calls. Let's go to Joe in Monterey, California. Joe europe. I on coast say hi to Bruce Feldman. Fenton and glad you're you're on tonight. And with a very good host to me church. He'll ask the right questions. I'd like to know about the that the substance that they used because we have a phenomenon happening here on in today's time. Did you find anything any information on black boo? It's an alien a and has really create simulation. It's like a matrix. I think that shadow people are its creation, an an an a simulation. And yes, panspermia it does account for the Cambrian explosion. Because you can't create that much differences. You need an entire matrix of genetics. It doesn't evolve that way it has to be a package deal. Thank you for that show. Let's start with a top the first question about black Google Bruce went well. First off the black goo being what's making the makeup of shadow people. That's pretty interesting. Yeah. I mean, people are strange when I've seen them myself my wife seen them. So we had her own personal encounters. Very strange, whatever they are whatever they made from suggestions. They might be made from dark matter or something, you know. The food isn't it that that I think one of the most mysterious phenomena that's really encountered because they don't seem actually direct communicate. You know? So unlike grave or rip to you and all these other things people encounter, we we have a town about communication nor wear. He's shadow people, actually, communicate direct way, they tend to be in the room or whatever will follow people, you know. So so, yeah, I think one of the biggest mysteries of all. And he had he had said, you know, the element of, you know, the black goo makeup that it is of you know, it's a self replicating a artificial makeup, and that would be the the shadow people. That's pretty interesting. I haven't quite heard that. Now, I want to get back to panspermia a you. And I talked about this a couple of. Two weeks ago when panspermia when I had I read about it. Whether it is from a meteorite, an asteroid comet or an alien spacecraft that that is one of the theories that it's a pretty easy answer for everything. And I think there's something to it. Yep. Absolutely. And show point out there. The Cambrian explosion is really highlighted by some leading academe IX, I think it was about thirteen different, you know, mainstream. Scientists that have collaborated on a paper fairly recently where they argue the Cambrian explosion was the result of spammy that there was another incoming of this genetic code that has come from space. They they suggest via a modified or what by virus is you modify a type of retrovirus which is rained down. It has entered the primitive organisms that were present. And that that is cool as massive mutations drive. That's why he's sending you have this Cambrian explosion with lows and lows new life forms just suddenly appear in the record without any previous signs of evolution. Right. And there's an explosion. There's so many of these up here that really. There's only two logical conclusions. I that. Yes. Something's rained down retrovirus or someone. He already is playing around with the code. But not true. Eva Lucien, I would definitely rights out of that. Because there is no precursor for most of these organisms. They just appear. Yeah. When you don't have the time, you know for for Darwin to play out bright where it it's virtually overnight where you have tens of thousands of species just appearing right without any chance to evolve. I I don't know of another explanation for that unless it was some kind of pants Bermeo or seeding. Absolutely. And I think that's something where that's why you're able to get fifty academics willing to put that aims to that one. Even though they know that there's a controversial subject area that there's just such a strong argument to take you on that event that willing to, you know, put their names out there and say look come on everyone yet. Something else is happening just random you the natural selection because that takes incredible time to add up to anything. The. Does probably six months ago? Octopus. Right being aliens. And there was no other explanation for it. Because they were so different sentient thinking smart perfect and different than anything else on this planet that the only explanation is that they were they were seated here they were brought here again, you have the scientists will willing to suggest that how radical as we have time where a mainstream I would put their names to pay of suggests maybe octopus were brought here, you know, from space alien right directly, some kind of Etienne's. And again, I would say that the only thing they don't mention is that the second possibility that is that extraterrestrials with he at modifying creatures and created octopus here with their knowledge. But either way, you know, it's it's pretty revelation where you know, whether they were somehow came here Komai what they all give. That eggs from an altarpiece from another planet. You know coming here just on the sheeting itself. Sure. Even if we set that that's pretty well. But yeah, could of course off CPA that come here unmodified a code. He again, which favor that, but I'm happy that that willing to go on a limb and say could be, you know, another world had ended up coming here from that. You know, that's equally possible and mind-bending. Yes. And I never ate octopus before, but I can guarantee you, right? I never will in the future. Let's go to Brian in plano, Texas. Brian you're next on coast. Hi, thanks for having me on and Mr. fitting. My question was about the o- Ryan star system to constellation and the guy could have stars like Beetlejuice and some other giants than it. But I've heard some of the ancient astronauts theorists that have been on of them in the past. You know, talk about Ryan and how either. Humans came from that system at some point or something bid. And so another thing occurred to me as young Greek mythology, the myth is about the hunters, which I think some people may speculate actually code for ancient humanity that was here on this planet that hunted animals lived off the land, and you know, the world police forces perhaps so much or too much in some wondering if you think there's a connection there. And I mean did anything come from the alliance system to earth? Yes. Yes. Absolutely. There is a connection with Orion. And as you like Ryan a page and a lot of ancient mythology globally. You know that obscene. He's pretty best known for the Greeks and the dip shins, but but globally Orion is. Yeah. I if lex up in mythology and cosmology in the material that I'm looking at and the evidence, I'm looking at it does the beings that are already on these more negative group. They have arrived from a Ryan is clarified that when they leave that they go back through a gateway to Orion now that doesn't mean that all being in the Ryan Susta on negative because I've also heard of being that supposedly come from awry which positive now, so people don't know wet Orion nebula contains a very large number stars. You know, it's not just a few that we can see with our eyes. So we should limit the possibilities. You know, in the same way the plead. He's has you know, hundreds and hundreds. Stars orion. Also, does you know? So we have you know, there's many worlds there. So I don't wanna say that that means that everything in bad. But said he that's where you have a negative group. They go back to Iran now, if you look at the mythology there the hunt until you've got a Ryan is hunting the he's right there. This this seven sisters. Yeah. And that in my view goes back to this mythology off the coast make wall that they have been a war between these ROY Tidiane and their allies and the split in a lion's right to these goes back to a Cold War in the past that Orion hunted. Deplete as and that there is. Yeah. That's the reasoning for that mythology. Let's go to Doug in Kingman. Arizona. Doug, really quick. What do you have for Bruce? I was wondering what I've seen if onto something here. They had a group on releasing a documentary. They were talking about that. They're not sure who's in charge about the government releasing information. And I was wondering if you think those two groups are still battling over this planet and possibly the group. That was already here is is controlling our government anything that we are exposed to. It's a great question. Doug. And I've I've talked to Bruce about this, Bruce who is still here are the reptilian still here. Palladian still here. You know, who who is interacting right now with our world government..

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"Came from. God. Beyond the void where it said. Beyond the void. In the beginning Lewis void and this is on the face of the deep, and and God said that there'd be lights that is called a singularity in physics is exactly the same as God saying it, but they caught the physicists cannot tell you. How can this one thing spend energy forever and ever and ever and ever to create a bigger and bigger universe? All the programs there to to to have Martin's sky and food and growth. If ever Lucien. Eva Lucien, you can call it life by the point. Is this aroun inside you that? If you can if you still. No. And where you still is look at your islets. And if you can see your eyelids. Inside your eyelids. If you'll see little pixels and see pictures coming and going, but mostly if you do it, right or you, see pixels. What you're really seeing is. Bye. When you come into the world. This is have to go over again with it..

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"An hold untie. So I can be meal is all the way to Vegas. So we can speak with Rachel lane. Who's waiting for me on the show floor here at the summit to tell me all about Medaglia? So Massey warm. Welcome to the show. Rachel, can you tell the listeners who you will. And what you do. Yeah. Sure. I'm Rachel lane on solution. Principal full Medalla, I specialize in the digital world rebellious medallion that bringing voice of customer back in cross the digital platforms. However, I do I work in different areas within medallion right right across verticals as well. I also do quite a lot in retail of background in retail prior to software. So. Yeah. Customer experience really is fundamental to to what I've always done right from when I when I first started out in the workforce back in retail thirty years ago. Yesterday. So for people listening to this conversation all over the world. How would you describe the adobe some do you enjoy most about Lisa? Wow. Is is a mix of of many things a love coming to the Dobie summit. Because if I they it's the engagement that you get from the audience, you get a really diverse audience at the adobe summit, we get to engage with obviously our customers already also meet meet people from organizations that own customers as well. So it's good for for my perspective. And I worked very strategically with our customer says so he's good from my perspective to learn about those organizations that and their journey with customer experience where they are at the moment what they're planning to do. I'm really keen on the whole practitioner side for the customer experience. And I love to have all manner of conversations with prospects about where they are in the maturity of their own programs. Wave voice of the customer and bringing in experienced management piece comes for them until. Into them about our best practices, and some of the customer stories that we have as well. So it's a great opportunity for me to to learn as well as give back because obviously I get to present the adobe summit as well. Which is something else. I like to do share some of our findings that we've gained both from our customers also from the market research that we do too. So yeah, it's a win win for me. Not predictably. Of course, the big same. Here is around the importance of creating digital experiences and transforming the customer experience, usual puzzle. Edsa president, of course, but how important is the customer experience to brands Nandy massively, and the beauty of is the now new we're really able to measure that very very, well, we're able to mesh a right across the customer journey. I'm very keen to do is is to help is Asians to bring in that customer in a very smart way. So the that feedback that they getting from their customers is rich. And and it goes right across that journey from initially engagement on the website to when they become a customer when they engage when something goes wrong. All those stages are key stages for a customer. So what I like to do is is what with them and say, right? This is a really smart way that you can bring in that force of customer specific points across that journey. So there are so many different ideas around that superior customer experience in actually as listeners that will be a mixture of consumers and business leaders and help them both understand how impacts the world. Can you maybe set the scene and tell them how the customer experience will relate to as retail travel? Spital banking and insurance, and you know, these nuances to those verticals you just mentioned in some of those nuances from the perspective of that vertical. So for example, we've banking there's an industry that as you know, it's worth three legacy systems is been in existence for a long time for many years. It was an immovable object, and it didn't necessarily have all of the calls to action that of the retail has because it didn't necessarily have huge amounts of churn within its customers. But still what was important to them across her though, she is was to really measure the success that they were having with their existing customers. If you look at retail fruit sample when we first started working with retailers. It's very much about acquisition acquiring new customers, and they and then keeping customers so understanding more churn looks like and what the modeling would look like for churn. For retail. And what we say within each of these articles is there's a level of maturity, and they go through maturity at different stages. What we have now is really a conversions that the customer is driving. So the custom the, you know, we've for many years been chasing the fire truck with customs customers of always been a head in terms of their expectations for their experiences, but never mall. So the now because we've had lots of new players in the market niche players players are very agile in most of those vertical sectors. We have agile players now that don't have all these legacy systems. And that really is is created a Plainfield for customers. That is not by no means a level playing field. So it's very hard for some of those older verticals or some of those older organizations within that verse. Call too. Really compete and differentiate themselves on the savage level. So that makes understanding Ceac measuring CSX really really critical to them. So this different reasons why we work with different organizations, these different levels of maturity and honesty nail. This is his business for me that I see. I'm going to be employed in this for years to come. I feel sure about that simply because you know, we have to keep reiterating all service models. If we're even meet the expected standards now that the customers are of come to know. So this is my third year of attended the summit. This is the third year of attended the adobe some senior experience economy evolve over those three years, but what the key pieces of the experience of missing out on still do you think? Well, I think when we think about and particularly when we look up stairs today. Those Dobie partners that there are exhibiting up there at the now thaw, Stu Ray of the Dobie solutions that there are available. We can see one thing becomes very clear to me, an when we think about customer experience, and how it's evolved over the years. What customers are expecting now, a very seamless journeys across an Omni channel that. We as businesses of provided for them, the struggle is creating that in a very seamless way. And we can only see by the plethora of those applications and technologies upstairs is to how difficult sometimes a business can make it to really connect all of those. Create that seamless journey, and I

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04:54 min | 3 years ago

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"What they used to be before before. Isis fighters are still believed to be in the area surrounding goose hiding even the Syrian fighters on the battlefield don't like to drive through here roadside bombings began months ago. The group's Eva Lucien from army to insurgency continues for the PBS NewsHour. I'm Jane Ferguson in Vegas eastern, Syria. We return now to our lead story special counsel. Robert Muller has concluded his investigation and turned over a report to attorney general William bar to help us understand. What's next I'm joined by NPR's Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson. Carey so we know we've just learned within the last couple of hours if this report this investigation has finished and the reports been turned over to the Justice department. What happens right now do when do we find out? What's in the report? Well, we could find out something about the key conclusions by the special counsel as early as this weekend. That's according to the attorney general Bill bar, and I let her he sent key members of the house and Senate Judiciary committee's the Justice department says the public may find out around the same time as early as this weekend, some of the key conclusions ask for the meat and potatoes of this report, which I'm told are is comprehensive. We may find out more about that after a longer liberation by the attorney general special counsel Mahler, and the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, carry do we have any sense of how many pages how how how big a document. This report is. I press the Justice department this afternoon about how much detail this report gets into all they would say at this point is that it is a comprehensive report. A Justice department source says the special counsel is not recommending any additional indictments duty. Although we do know some of his work some of the offshoots have been farmed out to prosecutors in New York Virginia, Washington DC and DOJ headquarters as well and carry when we spoke a short time ago with the chairman of the house of representatives intelligence committee, Adam Schiff, he pointed out that these recommendations, whatever whatever they may be in this report that this is separate from the count any counter intelligence work that was being done. What what do you think that may tell us? What are your sources tell us that may mean about this these final conclusions? Well, it depends on how Robert Muller has decided to write this report. And how the attorney general wants to interpret it Judy. I don't expect we're ever going to see some of the sensitive material. That's secret that's goes to sources and methods of American intelligence capacities that Adam Schiff may be able to see in congress. The public may never get to see that the open question right now is whether the Justice department will decide to tell congress and the American people a little bit more about why Robert Muller decided not to charge certain people that's been an ongoing source of controversy ever since the former FBI director Jim Komi decided not to church Hillary Clinton with any wrongdoing. But set a lot of bad things about her. The open question now is whether this Justice from me, we'll make a different choice in this investigation. And as as the attorney general's letter to congress said this report explains the prosecution or declaration decisions meaning declining to prosecute just quickly care. What about the White House being notified about this? What's the protocol at this point in terms of sharing it with congress sharing it with the White House? I'm told from the Justice department that they did place a call to the White House counsel's office around four forty five this afternoon to notify them. The report was in the White House does not have the contents of this report only the notification at this time and right now the White House interferring all questions in substance to the Justice department, which basically is the way it should be in the way that investigations like this are run. So we don't know when and if the White House assume at some point they will be brief. But we don't know when while we are certainly waiting and backbencher. Yes. Yeah. And and I know you are you are waiting, and I'm I'm guessing you're going to be camping out at the Justice department this weekend. Carrie Johnson with NPR? We thank you. Few days. Thank you. On the news hour online right now as we wait for that story. We do have much more on the Muller report, including an depth time line of the Russia investigation. You can explore that on our website, PBS dot org slash news hour, and that is the news hour for tonight..

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"In the meantime, we have three hours of American is apple pie, Al amoud excellence in broadcasting for you, and what a weekend the president at CPAC and probably the most memorable performance since Russia's exactly ten years ago as he was talking about on Friday. But of a memorable performance by the president he spoke for over two hours, and these pioneered this thing I love because there was a period. When when when he first announced he would just riff, and I love that Trump. I saw him live and I loved it. And then they got him and they tried to make him house trained, and he was reading glassy eyed off the teleprompter, and it wasn't quite the full Trump. And now he does this hybrid thing where it's it's on the prompt. But about half of it is like his running commentary on what's on the prompter, and he combined this into what was frankly. I mean, there's not many people who can hold the stage Yakima for over two hours, which he did. And I was interested in the reaction by Nick Gillespie, who I think he's the editor at reason, which is a libertarian magazine, he's not a conservative. He's a libertarian. So he likes. He's not bothered about the wool. He's all for the legalization of drugs and prostitution. He's like the typical libertarian. He's he's not a never-trumper, but he doesn't like Trump. And he said when you look at this performance that you have to admit the president is pretty great. And if you go back, and if it's going to be this way in the twenty twenty campaign and in the tiny tiny debates, everyone who's on any democrat who's on stage with him camera Harris or Cory Booker or whoever it is is going to seem smaller than the president. Now, you go back to the debates from twenty sixteen and frankly that they were actually Trump's west public before he was terrific in the debates with the Democrats. He killed them. He took out his opponents with single adjectives, like low energy for Jeb and all the rest of it. He was fantastic Kayla efficient. So that it became pretty much a a Donald Trump and the seventeen wolves. He he did a brilliant job that he did a brilliant job in all his rallies. And then when he came to the debates, they were frankly, I thought his his worst performance performances because they were constrained by the normal presidential debate rules, and he didn't seem happy working within that format in a sense. Now, he's redefine presidential performance to be like him like what he did on Saturday, and I agree with Nick Gillespie, who's no friend. So they spread student who says there's going to be very difficult actually for just some no matter how many interesting identity group books is they check for any of these democratic candidates to stand on that stage with him when he has an effect redefined in the last couple of years, the the the kind of presidential persona not everybody likes it. But he's comfortable doing what he's doing. And if he does something like that in. The presidential debates. It's going to be very it's going to be very tough for the meanwhile, the Democrats the other big development over the weekend. The Democrats are determined to prevent him getting twenty trendy. They're going full speed ahead to investigate everything. Now, saying the Democrats in the house and now saying we don't really care about this smaller report just to back it up a bit. Let's let's talk first principles. Mullahs has been investigating Trump for over two years for collusion with Russia and has got nothing nothing. And incidentally, you shouldn't be able to investigate people for two years. That's evil. If you can't find what you're looking for in a year. Let's take it as read that the Russians interfered in this election, there were elections every two years in the United States. A lot of elections. They individual every two years in US elections. Let's say and the very another elections in Europe and elsewhere. But let's say that they're interfering in election. They going to crank up the invest the election interference campaign and get it going for two years within two years and do it. You can't have a system whereby they take nine years to interfere in new election. So they take under two years to interfere in the election. And then you have these this horrible horrible system whereby a guy with an unlimited budget is allowed to investigate for years and years and years and years and years and years on end, whether there was any collusion in the Russian interference in Lexi, if you can't find the crime within a year, you should be done. There should be you know, you have the statute of limitations here. The most civil offenses in New York. For example, you got to file within twelve months. Because if you in other words, if something happens to you in April twenty-sixth nineteen and you haven't filed your suit by April twenty seventeen you're done. You're too late. You're out of that there ought to be a statute of limitations on these stupid investigator. And actually because if you invite Yukon investigating people on a timeless way, it's just it's actually an evil system. I'll put it like that. It's a totally evil system. I'm I'm in a. A federal lawsuit. Some guy keeps suing me and in federal court over it. The his lawyers quoted my line on the federal Justice system. Which is I forget what it was. I said it said like a stinky corrupt the stinky corrupt racket of US federal Justice, which is where Justice goes to die. And the judge was the sporting and indulgent of it and thought it was just an excitable Canadian champion getting a little Canadian about these things. So he didn't hold it against me. But I stand by those words, if you're investigating someone for two years, that's wrong. That's wrong. Now, we have the Democrats saying, oh, well, you know, Roland Mola in the fullness of time may release his report. But that doesn't do it for us because the report is only on a very narrow aspect of things which is whether Trump colluded with the Russians, and we don't really interested. That's too small a piece of the puzzle here. So we want to investigate anything about the president. You know, you know, anything about this Trump guy you contact us. You see him park in a handicapped parking space in one thousand nine hundred eighty four as far as can some there's no statute of limitations on that. So you give us a call and come and testifying we'll investigate that. And we'll investigate that. And we'll investigate him without end. This is an actual and to the point additionally where when the president is holding a summit to with Kim Jong UN to talk about denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. Denuclearizing North Korea. If you were in Hanoi in Vietnam for for that summit, and you went back to your hotel room after watching the president and Kim Jong UN and you switched on your TV and you watch CNN international, which is what they pump into all the hotel rooms overseas. At your highest in Hanoi, or whatever it is. You will have say nothing about that. You will adjust seen all this stuff up stupid stuff about Michael Cohen. They had a closed-door meeting. An in camera interrogation of Michael Cohen, the house intelligence committee. Michael Cohen is some hack fix a lawyer schyster from New York City, he has no security clearance. He has no reason to be having an in camera testimony to the house intelligence committee. He doesn't know any security clearance. He's not one of the four million people in America who has security clearance. He's just a shyster from New York. There's no reason to be holding an in camera session with him. So when when you actually go, so they'd actually just doing investigatory dinner theater, then pretending they've got a reason to interrogate him in camera in private behind closed doors. They have no. Reason to do it. They just did it to get in Trump's face while he was overseas at this Hanoi summit. But as I said, the president was in cracking form on that two hours, whatever you feel about CPAC, whatever you feel about it's somewhat old emphasis in in policy discussion, which is not the Trump agenda in any way. But the, but the president went there, and he was on grateful, by the way, just to go address some of those policy differences between CPAC in the base. I think they did twenty minutes on on immigration or something which is absolutely the central plank of what the president ran on and one on. And now we have a situation where as rush was talking about on Friday. The the Republicans beginning in the Senate of beginning to peel off on his Trump's national emergency immigration. Also is Russia's talking about on Friday. This quote, strange new respect unquote for chief Justice Roberts. In other words, just chief Justice Roberts is undergoing the traditional Eva Lucien of conservative judges when promoted to the supreme court, and is becoming less and less less and less consistent and some of his rulings. Let's put it that way. Rush. Put it rather more strongly on Friday. So there's actually the question here is whether enough Republicans have now peeled away that the national emergency question is going to be settled by the supreme court and the supreme court. It's by no means clear that he's got the necessary five votes there. So basically Trump there were three forces here now in Washington this three forces. There's the Democrats the Republicans and this Trump he's basically having to govern. Now is an independent president of those free brands the Republican brand is by far the weakest Democrats Republicans Trump, so. The choice for Republicans is you can win with Trump or you cannot win. But that's the choice. One eight hundred two eight two two.

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11:39 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"In the meantime, we have three hours of American is apple pie ala mood excellence in broadcasting for you, and what a weekend the president at CPAC and probably the most memorable performance since Russia's exactly ten years ago as he was talking about on Friday. But a memorable performance by the president. He spoke for over two hours, and these pioneered this thing, I love 'cause there was a baby it when when when he first announced he would just riff, and I love that Trump. I saw him live and I loved it. And then they got him and they tried to make him house trained, and he was reading glassy eyed off the tally prompter, and it wasn't quite the full Trump. And now he does this hybrid thing where it's it's on the prompt. But about half of it is like his running commentary on what's on the prompter, and he combined this into what was frankly. I mean, there's not many people who can hold the stage Yakin it for over two hours, which he did. And I I was interested in the reaction by Nick Gillespie, who I think he's the editor at reason, which is a libertarian magazine, he's not a conservative. He's a libertarian. So he likes. He's not bothered about the wool. He's all for the legalization of drugs and prostitution. He's like the typical libertarian. He's he's not a never-trumper, but he doesn't like Trump. And he said when you look at this performance that you have to admit the president is pretty great. And if you go back, and if it's gonna be this way in the twenty twenty campaign and in the tiny twenty debates everyone who's on to any democrat who's own stage with him. Kamala Harris or Cory Booker or whoever it is is going to seem smaller than the president. Now, you go back to the debates from twenty sixteen and frankly that they were actually Trump's worst public before he was terrific in the debates with the Democrats. He killed them. He took out his opponents with single adjectives, like low energy for Jeb and all the rest of it. He was fantastic killer efficient. So that it became pretty much a Donald Trump and the seventeen wolves. He he did a brilliant job that he did a brilliant job in all his rallies. And then when he came to the debates, they were frankly, I thought his his worst performances because they were constrained by the normal presidential debate rules, and he didn't seem happy working within that format in a sense. Now, he's redefine presidential performance to be like him like what? He did on Saturday, and I agree with Nick Gillespie, who's no friend to this president who says there's going to be very difficult actually for just some no matter how many interesting identity group books is they check for any of these democratic candidates to stand on that stage with him when he has ineffective redefined in the last couple of years, the the the kind of presidential persona not everybody likes it. But he's comfortable doing what he's doing. And if he does something like that in the presidential debates. It's going to be very it's gonna be very tough for the meanwhile, the Democrats the other big development over the weekend. The Democrats are determined to prevent him getting. Twenty twenty they going full speed ahead to investigate everything. Then now saying the Democrats in the house and now saying we don't really care about this model report just just to back it up a bit. Let's let's talk first principles. Mullahs has been investigating Trump for over two years for collusion with Russia and has got nothing nothing. And incidentally, you shouldn't be able to investigate people for two years. That's evil. If you can't find what you're looking for in a year. Let's take it as read that the Russians interfered in this election, there were elections every two years in the United. A lot of elections. They individual every two years in US elections. Let's say and the very other elections in Europe and elsewhere. But let's say that they're interfering in election. They got to crank up the invest the election interference campaign and get it going for two years within two years and do it. You can't have a system whereby they take nine years to interfere in your lection. So they take under two years to interfere in the election. And then you have these this horrible horrible system whereby a an a guy with an unlimited budget is allowed to investigate for years and years and years and years and years and years on end, whether there was any collusion in the Russian interference intellectually if you can't find the crime within a year, you should be done. They should be. You know, you have. The statute of limitations here in the most civil offenses in New York. For example, you go to file within twelve months. Because if you in other words, if something happens to you in April. Twenty sixteen and you haven't filed your suit by April twenty seventeen your done. You're too late. You're out of that there ought to be a statute of limitations on these stupid investigation. And actually because if you invite you investigating people on a timeless way, it's just it's actually an evil system. I'll put it like that. It's a totally evil system. I'm I'm in a. A federal lawsuit. Some guy keeps suing me and wear in federal court over it. The his lawyers quoted my line on the federal Justice system. Which is I forget what it was. I said it said like a stinky corrupt the stinky corrupt racket of US federal Justice, which is where Justice goes to die. And the judge was Ma the sporty and indulgent of it and thought it was just an excitable Canadian champi getting a little Canadian about these things. So he didn't hold it against me. But I stand by those words, if you're investigating someone for two years, that's wrong. That's wrong. Now, we have the Democrats saying, oh, well, you know, rolling in the fullness of time may release his report. But that doesn't do it for us because the report is only on a very narrow aspect of things which is whether Trump colluded with the Russians and went really interested. That's too small a piece of the puzzle hair. So we want to investigate anything about the president. You know? Do you know anything about this Trump guy you contact us? You see him park in a handicapped parking space in one thousand nine hundred eighty four as far as we're can there's no statute of limitations on that. So you give us a call and come and testifying wheel investigate that. And we'll investigate that. And we'll investigate him without and this is an actual and to the point additionally where when the president is holding a summit to with Kim Jong UN to talk about denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. Denuclearizing North Korea. If you were in Hanoi in Vietnam for for that summit, and you went back to your hotel room after watching the president and Kim Jong UN and you switched on your TV, and you watch CNN international, which is what they pump into all the hotel rooms overseas at your highest in Hanoi, or whatever it is. You will have say nothing about that. You will adjust seen all this stuff. Stupid stuff about Michael Cohen. They had a closed-door meeting. An in camera interrogation of Michael Cohen, the house intelligence committee. Michael Cohen is some hack fix a lawyer schyster from New York City, he has no security clearance. He has no reason to be having an in camera testimony to the house intelligence committee. He doesn't know any security clearance. He's not one of the full million people in America who has security clearance. He says the schyster from New York. There's no reason to be holding an in camera session with him. So what? So when when they actually go so there's actually now just doing investigatory dinner theater. They're pretending. They've got a reason to interrogate him in camera. In private behind closed doors. They have no reason to do it. They just did it to get in Trump's face while he was overseas at this Hanoi summit. But as I said, the president was in cracking form on that two hours. Whatever you feel about CPAC, whatever you feel about it's somewhat old emphasis in in in policy discussion, which is not the Trump agenda in any way. But the, but the president went there, and he was on grateful, by the way, just to go address some of those policy differences between CPAC in the base. I think they did twenty minutes on on immigration or something which is absolutely the central plank of what the president ran on and one on. And now we have a situation where as rush was talking about on Friday, the the Republicans. Beginning in the Senate of beginning to peel off on his Trump's national emergency immigration. Also is rush was talking about on Friday. There's this quote, strange new respect unquote for chief Justice Roberts. In other words. Just chief Justice Roberts is undergoing the traditional Eva Lucien of conservative judges when promoted to the supreme court, and is becoming less and less listened less consistent in some of his rulings. Let's put it that way. Rush. Put it rather more strongly on Friday. So there's actually the the question here is whether enough Republicans of now peeled away that the nationally -mergency question is going to be settled by the supreme court and the supreme court. It's by no means clear that he's got the necessary. I five votes there. So basically Trump there were three forces here now in Washington this three forces. There's the Democrats does the Republicans and this Trump he's basically having to govern. Now as an independent president of those three brands the Republican brand is by far, the weakest Democrats Republicans Trump, so the choice for Republicans is you can win with Trump or you cannot win. But that's the choice. One eight hundred two eight two two.

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KOA 850 AM

11:39 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In the meantime, we have three hours of American is apple pie, Al amoud excellence in broadcasting for you, and what a weekend the president at CPAC and probably the most memorable performance since Russia's exactly ten years ago as he was talking about on Friday. But a memorable performance by the president. He spoke for over two hours, and these pioneered this thing that I love 'cause there was a period. When when when he first announced he would just riff. And I love that Trump. I saw him live and I loved it. And then they got him and they tried to make him house trained, and he was reading glassy eyed off the tally prompter, and it wasn't quite the full Trump. And now he does this hybrid thing. It's on the prompt. But about half of it is like his running commentary on what's on the prompter, and he combined this into what was frankly. I mean, there's not many people who can hold the stage. Yakin it you for over two hours, which he did. And I was interested in the reaction by Nick Gillespie, who I think he's the editor at reason, which is a libertarian magazine, he's not a conservative. He's a libertarian. So he likes. He's not bothered about the wool. He's all for the legalization of drugs and prostitution. He's like the typical libertarian. He's he's not a never-trumper, but he doesn't like Trump. And he said when you look at this performance that you have to admit the president is pretty great. And if you go back, and if it's going to be this way in the twenty twenty campaign and in the twenty twenty debates everyone who's on to any democrat whose own stage with him. Kamala Harris or Cory Booker or whoever it is is going to seem smaller than the president. Now, you go back to the debates from twenty sixteen and frankly that they were actually Trump's worst public before he was terrific in the debates with the Democrats. He killed them. He took out his opponents with single adjectives, like low energy, fa- jab and all the rest of it. He was fantastic killer efficient. So that I it became pretty much Donald Trump and the seventeen wolves. He he he did a brilliant job that he did a brilliant job in all his rallies. And then when he came to the debates, they were frankly, I thought his his worst performances because they were constrained by the normal presidential debate rules, and he didn't seem happy working within that format in a sense. Now, he's redefine presidential performance to be like him like what he did on Saturday. And I I agree with Nick Gillespie, who's no friend to this president who says there's going to be very difficult actually for just some no matter how many interesting identity group books is they check for any of these democratic candidates to stand on that stage with him when he has ineffective redefined in the last couple of years, the the the kind of presidential persona not everybody like. Likes it. But he's comfortable doing what he's doing. And if he does something like that in the presidential debates. It's going to be very it's gonna be very tough for the meanwhile, the Democrats the other big development over the weekend. The Democrats are determined to prevent him getting. Trendy. They going full speed ahead to investigate everything. Then now saying the Democrats in the house announced saying we don't really care about this model report ju just to back it up a bit. Let's let's talk first principles. Mullahs has been investigating Trump for over two years for collusion with Russia and has got nothing nothing. And incidentally, you shouldn't be able to investigate people for two years. That's evil. If you can't find what you're looking for in a year. Let's take it as read that the Russians interfered in this election, there were elections every two years in the United States a lot of elections. They every two years in US elections. Let's say and they in other elections in Europe and elsewhere. But let's say that they're interfering in election. They got to crank up the invest the election interference campaign and get it going for two years within two years and do it. You can't have a system whereby they take nine years to interfere in your election. So they take under two years to interfere in the election. And then you have these this horrible horrible SIS. System whereby an a guy with an unlimited budget as a lab to investigate for years and years and years and years and years and years on end, whether there was any collusion in the Russian interference intellectually if you come find the crime within a year, you should be done. They should be you know, you have the statute of limitations here in like the most civil offenses in New York. For example, you gotta a within twelve months. Because if you in other words, if something happens to you in April. Twenty sixteen and you haven't filed your suit by April twenty seventeen your done your too late. You're out of that there ought to be a statute of limitations on these stupid investigator. And actually because if you invite you investigating people own a timeless way, it's just it's actually an evil system. I'll put it like that. It's a totally evil system. I'm I'm in a. A federal lawsuit. Some guy keeps suing me and where in federal court. I've read the his lawyers quoted my line on the federal Justice system. Which is I forget what it was. I said it said like a stinky corrupt the Stig Igli corrupt racket of US federal Justice, which is where Justice goes to die. And the judge was rather sporting an indulgent of it and thought it was just an excitable Canadian champion getting a little Canadian about these things. So he didn't hold it against me. But I stand by those words, if you're investigating someone for two years, that's wrong. That's wrong. Now, we have the Democrats saying, oh, well, you know, rolling in the fullness of time may release his report. But that doesn't do it for us because the report is only on a very narrow aspect of things which is whether Trump colluded with the Russians, and we don't really interested. That's too. Small a piece of the puzzle hair. So we want to investigate anything about the president. You know, you know, anything about this Trump guy you contact us. You see him park in a handicapped parking space in nineteen Eighty-four as far as we're concerned. There's no statute of limitations on that. So you give us a call and come and testifying wheel investigate that. And we'll investigate that. And we'll investigate him without end. This is an actual and to the point. Additionally, when the president is holding a summit to with Kim Jong UN to talk about denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. Denuclearizing North Korea. If you're in Hanoi in Vietnam for for that summit, and you went back to your hotel room after watching the president and Kim Jong UN and you switched on your TV and you watch CNN international, which is what they pump into all the hotel rooms overseas at your highest in Hanoi, or whatever it is. You will have say nothing about that. You will adjust seen all this stuff. Stupid stuff about Michael Cohen. They had a closed-door meeting. A in camera interrogation of Michael Cohen, the house intelligence committee. Michael Cohen is some hack fix a lawyer schyster from New York City, he has no security clearance. He has no reason to be having an in camera. Testimony to the house intelligence committee. He doesn't know any security clearance. He's not one of the full million people in America who has security clearance. He says the schyster from New York. There's no reason to be holding an in camera session with him. So what? So when when they actually go so they actually now just doing investigatory dinner theater that pretending. They've got a reason to interrogate him in camera in private behind closed doors. They have no reason to do it. They just did it to get in Trump's face while he was overseas at this Hanoi summit. But as I said, the president was in cracking form on that two hours. Whatever you feel about CPAC whatever you feel about it's somewhat old emphasis in in in policy discussion, which is. Not the Trump agenda in any way. But the, but the president went there, and he was on grateful, by the way, just to go address some of those policy differences between CPAC in the base. I think they did twenty minutes on on immigration or something which is absolutely the central plank of what the president ran on and one on. And now we have a situation where as rush was talking about on Friday. The the Republicans beginning in the Senate a beginning to peel off on his Trump's national emergency immigration. Also is rush was talking about on Friday. There's this quote, strange new respect unquote for chief Justice Roberts. In other words, just chief Justice Roberts is undergoing the traditional Eva Lucien of conservative judges when promoted to the supreme court, and is becoming less and less. Listen less consistent in some of his ruling since put it that way. Rush. Put it rather more strongly on Friday. So there's actually the the question here is whether enough Republicans have now paled away, the the national emergency question is going to be settled by the supreme court and the supreme court. It's by no means Claire. That he's got the necessary five votes there. So basically Trump there were three forces here now in Washington this three forces. There's the Democrats does the Republicans and this Trump he's basically having to govern. Now as an independent president of those free brands, the Republican brand is by far the weakest Democrats Republicans Trump, so the choice for Republicans is you can win with Trump or you cannot win. But that's the choice. One eight hundred two eight two two.

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"eva lucien" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Whole bigger animals have bigger brains. But why is that the case and more specifically to bumps question does the relationship hold within dogs? I wanted to find someone who'd looked at the brains of different sized living dogs, a sorts of canine neuroscientist, this guy, Gregory burns. I'm a neuroscientist at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. Excellent. And I think that the coolest thing that I saw on your website was that you put dogs in MRI scanners, and I've just got to ask first of all how how did you do that? Sure. So you know, it really started. When I saw pictures of military working dogs jumping out of helicopters. And and that was the Rica moment for me when I thought, you know, if dogs can be trained to jump out of helicopters, and certainly we can train dogs to go an MRI scanners because they sound fairly similar they're loud. And that was basically the inception. Of the whole project after that. It was just putting the pieces together and getting dogs used to walking into a tube. And getting used to the noise is there any wasted space in sort of big dog brain or inside the big dogs go. Well, again, there are many dogs that we call airheads is that is that because literally they have airing the heads. Yes. Literally, some dogs have big air sinuses in their skulls. And so the retrievers, for example, you know, retriever with Canada bump in the middle of their skull. That's an air sinus, and it's just filled with air. It probably has an adaptive benefit in terms of smell. I assume but in terms of occupying space literally is just a question of this for this episode. Bob was interested in why you know, big breeds of dogs presumably have much bigger brains in small breeds have much smaller brains. But why does the big dog need brain to do the same job of of being a dog? What's your answer? First off. It's an excellent question. Actually, it's a very deep question. Yes. The dogs in our study have ranged roughly from about twenty pounds up to one hundred pounds. And so that's a fivefold difference in body size. And what's interesting about their brains. Is the brains. Don't vary by that that amount. Roughly speaking that the rains and brain size of those dogs is probably about a factor of two. So the question then is how are they different? And why as you said it does a large dog have a large brain. So dogs are different than people in the sense that one they vary in size, obviously a much greater range than people do. And in fact, they're probably fairly unique across all mammals and having that size variation. And what's also interesting is their brains are not only different sizes, but they're different shapes too. And the reason the reason you know, that as you can just look at the different types of dogs out there and look at the different shapes of heads that they have and I can tell you the brands mirror that difference as well. So it makes it challenging not only when we're comparing brands across different sized dogs. We also have to try to account for how they're shape. Differently which which makes us all very very challenging. But I guess back to the question of why is it a big dog have a big brain. There's a general rule. I would I would say kind of almost a law of brain Eva Lucien. And roughly it seems to follow the rule that the brain size follows the surface area of the animal, which is interesting that follows that rule meaning that it's not strictly weight that matters, but kind of how much skin or surface area, literally the animal has and why that is a matter of debate. But probably it has something to do with the amount of sensory information that is scattered across the surface of the body the brain has to process, so just need a bigger Hudd drives a process all of those different kind of bites of data coming from all over the body. I would say maybe a closer -nology would be in video. So it's kind of the difference between standard definition video high definition. How four K whereas as kind of the resolution goes up it requires more more processing power from whatever's receiving.

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"eva lucien" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"eva lucien" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"You on this day. Remembering that, great American? How would he be treated today if he was still alive? How would the media treat the Reverend Martin Luther King? Would he believe in making America? Great again. What would the left think of this man who said we judge each other not based upon the color of asking? It's been quite a weekend. From the incredible fake news story from BuzzFeed to the group of high school students from Covington who. Ducks too were attacked two alarm bastard from the right as well as the left. Until we found out what the story was. I I'm living the American dream, as you know, I am a legal immigrant to the United States. And I have a question to ask you what were you doing two years ago today because today is day one of year three of the Trump administration? Two years ago yesterday was the inauguration of the forty fifth president of the United States will you there were you watching it? Did you have hope for the nation as you listen to the words of this man, who was not a politician is not a politician and who saw a nation broken who saw a political system run by an unaccountable elite on both left and right who said somebody needs to fix it. And I'm going to try and America chose him. What were you doing two years ago today? I'll share with you what I was doing. It was a Saturday morning after the inauguration. And I got up early thinking. Well, I've got a job today. Maybe Saturday, but I'm a politically commissioned officer of the president. I started working for him at twelve o'clock on January the twentieth twenty seventeen so it was time to go to work. So with a handful of people early in the morning. I went to what is called the transition offices where we have been working for the last three months preparing to not only win the election, but to take over government should our candidate win, and we were collected in an unmarked van by. African American a small petite African American army sergeant in I think she was. Susan civilian clothes as he took us for that long drive two blocks from the transition offices to west exact the west executive road, which is the private road. Now closed off the security reasons right next to the west wing of the White House. We traipsed into the Eisenhower executive building a photograph taken we filled enough final forms of employment. And then I was issued a badge. Abandoned with photograph that I hang around my neck. And I walked unaccompanied from the Eisenhower building at about seven thirty A M over into the west wing. It still is something that gives me goosebumps. To think that somebody for born in a foreign nation. Could be walking around an empty west wing as a government employee of the president of the most powerful nation in the world. There was nobody that it was very very, quiet. I don't drink. But I think of course, we had some inauguration balls we had numerous inauguration balls the night before which I attended. But the room the building was empty. I chose my office as a deputy assistant to the president. And then kept on walking. And by the way, don't believe the hype the west wing is tiny when Martin sheen walks around the west wing and that TV show and he's walking for half an hour. It's fantasy it's LA La Land. It's Hollywood the west wing is two corridors onto floors. You could walk the whole thing in about four minutes. All of it the Oval Office included. And I got to the end of the west wing, and that was again, an African American this time uniformed secret service officer sitting at the desk that controls the exit to the colonnade which links the west wing to the main part of the White House, and she had just a button underneath the desk that opens the famous glass doors through which presidents and heads of states had have walked for decades centuries. And I was curious. So I said to her because complete new guy in an empty White House the day after the inauguration. How far can I go? I said to her. And she looked at me and smiled. And she said what color is your badge down at my badge. And it was a nice navy blue. And she said blue you can go anywhere as you press the button, I walk through the glass doors that Ronald Reagan Carter. Truman Eisenhower had walked through the colonnade of the rose garden into the main building walked underneath the state rooms where they have the beautiful China collections the state China, and then I heard this pit patra feet above me. The what's that? And there was a uniformed secret service agent at the top of the stairs. And he said, oh, don't worry, that's Barone's friend. They're playing hide and go seek. So that's what I was doing two years ago today and every time I ride to work. I would pinch myself in one other country. Can this happen to you? I grew up in the UK. I lived in Europe for most of my life, and I can tell you doesn't happen in other countries. If you're not born they're born into the right families where you didn't go to the right colleges your chances of that happening to you. Minuscule if at all possible. But that's America. That's the America that Martin Luther King junior dreamt for us. But we're not there yet. We're far from there. We have some incredible guests today, including none other than Martin Luther King junior's niece Alvidi king. Look talk to us about. What the legacy of her uncle is we further along or have we taken a retrograde Eva Lucien of late. I'm Sebastian Gorka next. We'll have a guest we'll talk to us about what's really going on on the border. And then we'll take your calls. This is eight three three three three G O R K..

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