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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"Mel, here's a highlight from coast to coast am on Iheartradio and welcome back to coast to coast George. Noory with the along with Professor James mckinney. We're talking right now. About planet x and he's got an updated book of course, which is planted x update twenty twenty, the real history a planet. This orbit that Robert Harrington was talking about. The came in an interview with Zachariah Sin. So we increased it by about six hundred a miles I guess forty two hundred. Forty two hundred year for six Hundred Years Rather, but that as you said, Jim is not a is not a big jump is. No I mean given what he knew in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six during the interview, he was pretty close because at that point, they had not observed anything they were just looking at the orbits of Unison, Neptune being pulled down, so he was about four worth masses. They knew that they were looking for. And they knew it was down there, so they were looking, and so he went to New Zealand with a relatively small telescope, eight inch astro graph. And so he took pictures, and he came back, and then he went back in every year until nineteen, eighty, nine finally identified the object there, that was moving by doing blink comparison. It's called in the Strana me, and then so he went back in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety got another set of photos and finally nineteen ninety-one. They had enough data to determine its are exactly and at that point also I believe that he would have seen what turned out to be the companion. And that was a huge controversial issue also, but the important thing about the companion is that by knowing its orbital period you can calculate the mass of the central object, so they knew that not only were their calculations from and Neptune correct, but they could actually directly measure it, so that was. That was the basis so then he knew it was forty two hundred years new. The orbit was coming in was almost directly with, or they estimate was about a million miles away. That's far lunar distances. But and then there was the question, was there another object also coming in with it, and in nineteen in two thousand fifteen, and then two thousand, fourteen I went down to South America myself. In with a similar type of equipment determined that there was no other object down there. So I proved that he found the only thing that was down there, and that's what it was was. The became the nucleus of Hale Bopp. And Jim the end of the controversy of Planet X. of course is they've said that. Whenever it comes around planet earth, it creates havoc. Tragedy might have caused the flood of Noah. What do you think of that? Well that object was on a very near. It was earth crossing or in a came perpendicular so the. Here's the situation the probability of it. Coming close to Earth is pretty small. but it's if it's on a direct lesion. Course then the probability is one. But that now it's on its way out of the solar system. It'll be back in twenty six about twenty six hundred years so I lost all of that time in its orbital period in one cycle. So if you use that same logic, it was probably they're. Around not forty six hundred years ago, but probably about six thousand years. Would put it right around the time of Noah's flood. Now Zachariah citizens call this planet Nibiru and he claims it's inhabited. What do you think what's what's your guests? Well I think it's inhabited because it's a pretty steaming hot planet because of all the activity. However part of my book. I talk about there was signaling that which measured and this was something. That I determine myself, but it's from my contacts that in the security agencies that they'll. In fact, we're measurements of intelligence signaling that came from the region of the comet and I also in the book talk about why would alien beings be around a big hot comment? And it turns out that it's because they use it for braking and accelerating coming in the solar system and going out of the solar system, they used the magnetic field of the discharge in the comet. That creates a large magnetic field. Make really push against that for breaking and then for accelerating going back out. And so and I. Had contact with people that got are now. Got Space Center. And You know there was just so much going on behind the scenes that once that. They had the LID put on basically in nineteen ninety one in it took a while to piece all this together, but so all I do is say in the book is that there is good evidence that there was intelligence signaling coming from the region of the comet. That's pretty dramatic all by itself this it's exciting. Why isn't made mainstream science astronomers telling us about this planet? X. I mean if it's only two thousand some. Years away in terms of orbits. You'd think they'd be able to find it right. Well yeah, they know the exact orbit and they. Have watching Hale Bopp leave the solar system, so they know exactly where this is, and that's by the way just one object. in the last fifteen years, NASA has discovered hundreds of planets around our solar system, a lot of them small lot of them Pluto sized. But even that's a pretty big object, but what we don't know is the orbits of these objects. And we. I've heard that there are some objects out there that are Pluto that are Jupiter size, and they might be just in harmless orbits. Way Out there. We don't know, but nobody has published Deorbit. Some and we know that there are hundreds of these objects now out in the Cape region that they have discovered. Controversy though still continues, doesn't it? Absolutely, but I just WanNa make it clear that I don't have any information about anything. Impending Right now. Other than in twenty six hundred years does Hale Bopp. Thing.

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Get started. And these debaters. Welcome do. You are currently vice president of autonomous vehicles at safe. That's a nonprofit in DC, working with state and local and federal governments to better understand to positively engaged driverless cars in advanced transportation, technology. I mean time welcome to intelligence squared. It's great to hear. Thank you. Great to have you and your partner, please. Late in the welcome. Chris armstrong. You are a no name truly player in this field. And by that, I mean in the self driving vehicle industry after fifteen years at work in this, you helped to develop Google self driving car program. You are now the CEO and co founder of Aurora. Great to have you here, Chris. Thanks for having me. It's an honor to be here. It's a pleasure to have you as well as another on the team arguing for the resolution all hail the driverless car. And of course, we have to debaters arguing against this resolution. I please welcome Meredith through side. You work where artifice intelligence crosses lines with journalism. You're wants developing software for AT, and T bell labs, and MIT now teach data journalism at New York University. Thanks for joining us creativity here. I think it's great to have you as well. Partner legitimate actually newness. Your senior researcher at Harvard end at MIT. You're an expert in Transportation, Safety and regulatory policy in behavioral economics, you write extensively, you lecture globally on the changes facing the transportation industry. We're so glad to have your athlete. Thank you for having me. And so to the debate we go in three rounds are first round, we'll be opening statements by each debater in turn speaking, I four the resolution, all hail the driverless car here is been regulation expert and vice president of autonomous vehicles at safe. Amitai been noon. To advance and create a better future. We must pursue deeper understanding of nature and embraced the potential of technology. We are lucky to be alive today. My life and your life are far better off than if we were born one hundred years ago, or two hundred years ago, life expectancy today in the US at birth is approaching eighty years, one hundred years ago that was in the forties. Two hundred years ago you could expect to live to your thirties. When you were born globally, two hundred years ago, almost half of all children, born died before the age of five today, that's under four percent. And then the US under one percent two hundred years ago, ninety five percent of all people in the rural lived in what we would consider dire poverty, the equivalent of what is today, two dollars a day today. That's ten percent and dropping. But even the poorest people today, have a higher standard of living than the wealthiest members of generations past our improved health and economic pests Bertie. It being driven by scientific discovery and technological development, rejecting scientific advancement, bring stagnation, and ultimately, irrelevant as a society, and it is the people who compose, our societies who make the choices to deploy this and apply it to problems to build that better tomorrow. And so long as discovery continues that is half that does not end self driving cars are so exciting because they offer us a fresh opportunity to address some intractable problems that transportation policy and technology had tried for decades to address to improve roadway safety to improve the accessibility of transportation system to reduce fossil us to improve congestion and reduce inequality and assets. The transportation we have these problems because we cannot live without the freedom of movement. Studies show that people who cannot move do not happy to movement at greater rates of depression. And have worse health outcomes. Our lives aren't rich by the fact that we can travel, and we can be more exposed to other cultures. That's why since the invention of the automobile Americans travel- fifty times further each year than they did before. And we get all sorts of opportunities because of that we pay the cost, we pay with our money, we pay with our time, we pay without very lives out, transportation system, isn't accessible, there are two million people with a disability who never leave their home because they cannot drive. There are fifteen million people who have difficulty in transportation because of their inability to drive, I want to share with you. The story of my friend, Lindsey who I've worked with in Washington DC Lindsay is legally blind, and she cannot drive, she moved from car dependent Texas to Washington DC, because the other transportation opportunities in DC letter work, a letter have a full social life. She became inspired by the potential of self driving cars to improve mobility for people like her. And she is launched a policy initiative within the department of labor to use self driving cars to help people with disabilities. Get to work, but we cannot move forward without the help of you and other members of the public. So when I say all hail the self driving car, I don't mean hail, like you hail leader. I mean, you should actively step forward, just like you might hail a taxi and use your efforts, and your strength to help summoned this future into being. So I asked that we all collectively hail the self driving car. Thank you. And then, of course, he's the resolution all hail the driverless car and here to make her opening statement against this resolution journalist and author Meredith through side..

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"You work where artifice intelligence crosses lines with journalism you or wants developing software for AT and T bell labs and MIT you now teach data journalism at New York University. Thanks for joining us. Great to be here. I think it's great to have you as well. Narratives partner legitimate, actually newness. Actually, you're a senior researcher at Harvard end at MIT. You're an expert in Transportation Safety in regulatory policy in behavioral economics, you write extensively you lecture globally on the changes facing the transportation industry. We're so glad to have your thank you for having me. And so to the debate we go in three rounds are first round will be opening statements by each debater intern. Speaking I four the resolution all hail the driverless car here has been regulation expert and vice president of autonomous vehicles at safe Amitai been noon to advance and create a better future. We must pursue deeper understanding of nature and embraced the potential of technology. We are lucky to be alive today. My life and your life are far better off than if we're born one hundred years ago or two hundred years ago life expectancy today in the US at birth is approaching eighty years one hundred years ago that was in the forties two hundred years ago, you could expect to live to your thirties when you were born globally two hundred years ago almost half of all children born died before the age of five today. That's under four percent. And then the US that's under one percent two hundred years ago. Ninety five percent of. All people in the rural lived in. What we would consider dire poverty the equivalent they'll voters today. Two dollars a day today. That's ten percent and dropping, but even the poorest people today have a higher standard of living than the wealthiest members of generations past our improved health and our economic prosperity is being driven by scientific discovery, and technological development rejecting scientific advancement bring stagnation, and ultimately irrelevance as a society, and it is the people who can pose our societies who make the choices to deploy those and apply it to our problems to build that better tomorrow. And so long as ientist discovery continues. That is a task that does not end self driving cars, so exciting because they offer us a fresh opportunity to address some intractable problems that transportation policy and technology had tried for decades to address to improve roadway safety to improve the accessibility of. Transportation system to reduce fossil fuel use to improve congestion and reduce inequality in assets. The transportation we have these problems because we cannot live without the freedom of movement. Studies show that people who cannot move who do not have freedom of movement at greater rates of depression and have worse health outcomes. Our lives aren't rich by the fact that we can travel, and we can be more exposed to other cultures. That's why since the invention of the automobile Americans travel- fifty times further each year than they did before. And we get all sorts of opportunities. Because of that we pay the cost we pay with our money repair. With our time we pay with our very lives. I'll transportation system isn't accessible. There are two million people with a disability who never leave their home because they cannot drive. There are fifteen million people who have difficulty assessing transportation because of their inability to drive I wanna share with. You the story of my friend Lindsey who I've worked with in Washington. DC Lindsay is legally blind. And she cannot drive she moved from car dependent Texas to Washington DC because the other transportation opportunities in DC, let her work a letter have a full social life. She became inspired by the potential of self driving cars to improve mobility for people like her, and she is launched a policy initiative within the department of labor to use self-driving cars to.

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

15:13 min | 2 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Listening to art bell somewhere in time tonight, featuring coast to coast AM from March twenty first nineteen ninety seven. Back now to Laurie Laurie. I have struggled all my life to understand the. The life cycle what lies beyond this physical life that we have and. I've really I've spent a lot of my life in that quest to try and understand it are you certain in your own mind. You do understand. I think that I understand the teaching. I'm not certain that any of us probably will never understand it until we go through it ourselves. But I think it's a question at all. All right. Let me try this since I sort of buy into the idea of reincarnation, why do to what do you? Okay. What is the process then that removes one eventually from the cycle, if you can lay it out in layman's words, what kind of growth has to occur. Well, the way that I understand it. It's spiritual growth that we we learn to grow in in love and compassion. And. I think I think we're we're pretty low on the level there. But to learn to live with peace and respect for one another. All right. That's what I understand at least from the teachings that I've been given that. Okay. That sounds right. But you chuckled, and you said we're pretty far from that. I just have written a book myself after about thirteen years of doing this program Laurie. It's called the quickening. And in a very brief moment. I will explain to you. What I have observed just, you know, watching the news every day day in and day out socially economically, politically with respect to earth. Changes the weather that we're having right now. Oh, it's really time to change. Not only is it intense. But it's increasing at an exponential rate. It is and I'm not a prophet. I'm just a talk show host. But Laurie I know something's coming and it's not very far away because you are aware and observant individual not everyone is, you know, I don't I think it's it's undeniable truth that is, you know, happening right now. The hope he's have a prophecy. They say that that it is an honor to be alive at this time that not everyone, you know, can withstand what is coming over apps. In the spirit of today is a good day to die. Maybe in that spirit. I guess if we embraced the idea of reincarnation is a good day to to live live and die to be spiritually immortal to realize that we go beyond this existent. Yes. Yes. I guess we do. But I still wonder in what for. Yeah. I think we all do how could we not? How could we not? Okay. You're you're one who does know. What's coming? I guess, you know, the really important question is what what is coming. Well, the prophecy that we were shown, you know, getting back the story when when I saw the saw the map again, it's it's it's not going to be an easy time. The first event that the masters spoke about. Was meteorologist right. He was coming towards a planet. They referred. I I've come to understand now. From updated work with the master teachers taught there's two prophecies. They talk about the blue star, which we are experiencing right now. That's the one in our sky now. And and after after that comes the red star and the red star is the asteroid which is prophecy to hit somewhere as you know, and then Nevada desert. Yes. And after that is quite interesting. They talked about the seven days of light and the seven days of light are period after the impact of this asteroid may I stop you there. Ask a question to hit southern Nevada. If you had to pick a place in the US to hit with an asteroid other Nevada would be. Well, Nevada someplace would be probably a better place than most in terms of the relative sparsity of the population. Although we're beginning to grow Lori. Mhm quite quickly. Now, would you interpret that I hit to be a warning? I think it'd be beyond a warning. I think that by that time. I I mean, you've got to understand. If we even if just grazed by an asteroid that their impact is like a nuclear explosion. Do you know any of the details of I've learned a lot about asteroids, you know, movies? There's been a lot. Sure has so do, you know anything about the size of this asteroid? That is something I do not know. Okay. What I was shown in the prophecies is is where where it was prophesied to hit. They did say it was it's smaller smaller piece. I don't know, you know, how how far across in diameter or anything like that. But they did explain how this might give some explanation. They talked about the seven days of light. And they said that with that was as they showed it that small pieces of this asteroid meteor impact would hit the atmosphere of the earth. And then they fall randomly kind of across the whole planet makes sense. And that I would assume that art have to be fairly large to have that type of trail. I I don't I'm not a scientist reserve another. Thanks. Okay. That's easy. There's another way to ask about it. Then. You have seen the effects of this asteroid hit correct? Yes. And they went on to explain this the master teachers went on to explain that that after the impact of this asteroid on the earth's surface that it would. Throw off tectonic plates. And did that impact itself would be so jarring that it would it would totally upset the ring of fire because Nevada is close to the ring of fire, California. And and that would set off a multitude of explosion to the ring a fire, and that would send tremendous ash up into the air and imagine it'd be ash to from the impact of meteorologist right, and that that would bring temendous amount of rain to the planet ream commend us rain, and and that after we went through they said almost two years of rain that there would be a melting of the ice caps, which was off the equilibrium of deportation of the earth around its axis. And that that is what would start the devastating earthquakes that would think Cal. California's think stick north west. And also as we've learned would also stink other lands all across the globe. So it's not just one thing. It's sort of a combination of many things it's a series of events that they say that we must look for. All right. Everybody is going to ask about a time line. So we have an event in our skies. Now, the blue Cina, they call it a booster Katina. Does that mean anything then in terms of since we have an event that we can behold right now, I think it means a great deal just from my knowledge of of the Hopi prophecy and the knowledge of the prophecies that I have been working with it states. We are living in the times of changes now. And as a master teachers continuously stated as they were giving us material. They always said, we are going, you you you were in the now the time is now and that it's very important that we make careful choices. Now that we start thinking about, you know, how we're living and and careful choices today careful choices, but they're they're now an hour. Now may not be exactly the same now so accurately, right? I understand the timelines are difficult to call, and they are, and I I I've never of course, I always a to get into. Timelines because I think at one time we all felt well ninety two was going to be the year that we would see, you know, the tremendous changes, and then it's kinda backed up to ninety four kind of goes into two year periods and then ninety six, but when you're studying changes like this, and you begin to understand prophecy. And how prophecy works changes something that always starts from the inside out. And I I think that we were already experiencing as you have already commented we're already experiencing a lot of the prelude to the more catastrophic change, and I think that the us observing that and an awakening to that. And understanding that is part of how we can be part of a solution to not see this go so so severely catastrophic. But it is very true. I mean, look at the crime. Credit? Look at every aspect is remarkable. I mean, it's it's hard even to keep us spiritual loving, focus. You know, when you understand what is going on? I know that people like yourself like to be positive in nearly every aspect of what's going to occur. Another words. It will be in the end the thing the good thing. And it's it's a duty, you know, to to state that you just can't, you know, tell people doom and gloom and gives them. No hope but we also cannot be officers of their heads in the sand eater. And we have to look at this right up front right for what it is. And find the truth that it contained. It is a purification in a sense. This is a is a time of purification. It's a it's a time that that will make us better. Sure. If your your words seemed to echo so closely Hopi prophecy. Well, I I feel close to Hopi prophecy. Just because of my experience with. The master teachers. And and then of course, I've I've read Frank waters work and also Thomas nails work, and and the work of data Vima. Of course, their whole prophecies centers around the idea of a spiritual migration and emergent and. Their whole culture in essence is built around the idea of prophecy. I had let me tell you. I had Alan HALE halon about a week ago. I think co-discoverer of the comet and he is a scientist part bitten scientists. And he, you know, if you were to tell him what you think about this comet in our sky. Here's comment would be balderdash. We're talking about just simple science here. It's big old dirty snowball. We know how it was formed. We know we we think we know when it's got a forty two year forty two hundred year return rate, and it's just a comet the world's not going to end. It doesn't mean anything other than the fact that its orbit is bringing it by earth now. But of course, comets have a great history of important portending of change. Don't they? Oh, yes. And but I mean, get it all in perspective. I mean, our great great grandparents didn't understand, you know, expecting anything like microwaves televisions or the internet either. That's true. Out perspective. Really? But I mean, you look at this time that we're living in right now. And it is clear, you know, things have got to change change, you know, in a constructive way. And if we have to go through purification, or or destructive part of this in order for us to be better. I mean, I'm willing to do that. I think most people are. But the the prophecies. They are. They are frightening. There's there's no two ways about it. And and yet on the other hand, they hold at the end of them a promise of renewal renewal for humanity. But you know, the realistic pragmatic person says renewal and Phoenix from the ashes and all the rest of that. But. The reality of what's going to occur is going to mean that before that change happens. Millions and millions of people are going to die and a lot of people have a really or maybe even billions and a lot of people have a hard time getting past that reality. Well, I guess we have to bring it around to what we were talking about reincarnation of the, you know, the immortality of the soul, and maybe there's some solace there. That and and maybe also. That might be their purpose at this time, you know, to to go through that in that way. And the way that I've come to understand all of this is that it is an honor for us to be here at this time to recognize the time and to start making the right choices because prophecy is also a spiritual teaching by warning. And I always feel that there is enough time in this. This countdown to make a difference in how we perceive the changes how we lived through the changes and might even offer the effect. I've come to the conclusion might, but I I must tell you. I've come to the conclusion that what's coming is. Now, irreversible. Like, there was an old movie the high and the mighty I don't know if you remember that or not John John Wayne, I don't remember it..

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on Science Friday

"Age. Listener support w NYC studios. This is science Friday, replay to- coming up the endangered fossil treasures of Utah's newly slimmed-down national monuments. We'll talk about the potential loss of important fossils at grand staircase and bears years, but I, there are around one hundred named ages in geology, no, all those. If you're challenges, my heart goes out you to remember all these. And now a recent proposal wants to add a new one dating around forty two hundred years ago. He'd has set off a debate between geologists and archaeologists about what the ancient world really was like back then John, I mean out to talk about that and other selected short subjects. Incites is Emily new. It's science journalist and book author based in San Francisco. She joins us from k. q. e. d. welcome back. Hey, thanks for having me. I know this is one of your favorite subjects. Right, right. Yes, it is. So what does this debate about what who is saying? We need a new geological age and why Phyllis in on this. So we actually do have a new geological age. It's called the Megan land age. It's named after a state in India. And as you said, it starts about forty two hundred years ago and it goes up into the present and it's been the source of incredibly bitter debates between geologists and archaeologists because the way that geologists decide that there's a new age on earth is that they have to identify some kind of huge event that's changed the ecosystems of earth to kind of justify. All right. Now we're in a new age here. And so some of these events are things like ice ages, or you know, a meteorite hitting the earth, things that we recognize kind of catastrophic. So for the mega land aid, what geologists argue is that there was a global drought that affected the course. Of human civilization, because remember this is a period when we actually have human cities and writing and people are kind of doing their thing. And what are Kiala GIS are saying is no, actually, we don't really have evidence that there was a drought that was altering civilization. Wow. So it's like the farmers and the Cowboys should be free. I mean, so what so what happened is to they advance that there was a global drought. So most of the evidence really does come from archaeological sources. And so in some ways, the debates around this and there are many debates that I won't even get into here really boil down to how do the physical sciences and the social sciences talked to each other about data. And so what we see our, there's evidence in the written record that cities were abandoned in the Middle East and in North Africa. During this time, we have evidence for a lot of political instability in a lot of these places and geologists look at that, and they combine it with evidence from the the sort of from earth science records, and they say, look, this was obviously a civilization changing events, but archaeologists say, no, they say actually, a lot of these written records are poems that were written in the form of lamentations that were typical of the time these these. Aren't really people going through a catastrophe. They're just sort of writing poems in ancient Egypt. Like in the style of like IMO music today, you know, they're just sort of feeling sad and a lot of these urban abandonments that we see, for example, in the Middle East weren't really people abandoning civilization, they were just moving there were migrating. And so we see civilization transforming, but was it really enough of a catastrophe for us to say that we're living in the mega lay age. Now that's skinny. Continue to be a huge debate, especially when you add in questions about whether we should be in the anthropic scene, which is a different age where you know, human civilization has changed enough of the earth that we can say. All right, maybe we're in a new age. So that's a whole other debate on and that kind of gets into this as well. But by they're saying that they're across the whole globe, Egypt other places. We're all in this transition at the same time they. So that's what geologist run argue and the international commission on stratego fee. Which is the group of geologists that controls time by making these names..

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Day of testimony from supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh and Christine Blasi Ford who has accused him of sexual assault. Senators next meet to decide whether his nomination will move forward. I don't think he should go ahead. Questions raised today. We have other witnesses take a couple of weeks. We're we're talking about a lifetime appointment the latest this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. Weekdays starting at four on WNYC. This is science Friday replay coming up the endangered fossil treasures of Utah's newly slimmed-down national monuments. We'll talk about the potential loss of important fossils at grand staircase and bears years. But I there are around one hundred named ages in geology. No all those challenges. My heart goes out to remember all of these. And now a recent proposal wants to add a new one dating around forty two hundred years ago, he'd has sent off a debate between geologists and archaeologists about what the ancient world really was like back then. John me now to talk about that and other selected short subjects in science is Emily new. It's science journalist and book author based in San Francisco, she joins us from K Q E D. Welcome back. Hey, thanks for having me. I know this is one of your favorite subjects. Right. Yes. It is. So what is this debate about what who is saying we need a new geological age and why fill us in on this. So we actually do have a new geological age. It's called the mega land age. It's named after a state in India. And as you said, it starts about forty two hundred years ago, and it goes up into the present. And it's been the source of incredibly bitter debates between geologists and archaeologists because the way the geologists decide that there is a new age on earth is that they have to identify some kind of huge event. That's changed the ecosystems of earth to kind of justify like all right now, we're in a new age here. And so some of these events are things like ice ages, or you know, a meteorite hitting the earth things that we recognize as kind of catastrophic. So for the mega leeann age. What geologists argue is that there was a global drought that affected. The course. Of human civilization. Because remember this is a period when we actually have human cities and writing and people are kind of doing their thing. And what are Kiala GIS are saying is no actually we don't really have evidence that there was a drought that was altering civilization. Wow. So it's like the farmers and the Cowboys should be. So what? So what is today advance that there was a global drought? So most of the evidence really does come from archaeological sources, and so in some ways, the debates around this, and there are many debates I won't even get into here really boil down to how do the physical sciences and the social sciences talk to each other about data. And so what we see our there's evidence in the written record that cities were abandoned in the Middle East and in North Africa during this time, we have evidence for a lot of political instability in a lot of these places and some geologists look at that. And they combine it with evidence from the sort of from earth science records, and they say look this was obviously a civilization changing event. But archaeologists say, no, they say actually, a lot of these written records are poems that were written in the form of lamentations that were just typical of the time. These these. Aren't really people going through a catastrophe? They're just sort of writing poems in ancient Egypt like in the style of like IMO music today. You know, they're just sort of feeling sad. And a lot of these urban abandonments that we see for example in the Middle East weren't really people abandoning civilization. They were just moving they were migrating and so we see civilization transforming. But was it really enough of a catastrophe for us to say that we're living in the mega layin age. Now that's going to continue to be a huge debate. Especially when you add in questions about whether we should be in the anthropic scene, which is a different age where you know, human civilization has changed enough of the earth that we can say all right? Maybe we're in a new age. So that's a whole other debate. And that kinda gets into this as well. But but they're saying that they're across the whole globe. Egypt other places. We're all in this transition at the same time. They so that's what geologists argue and the international commission on strategic. Fyi which is the group of geologists that controls time by making these names, they're saying that that this was all sort of at the same time. They're saying actually know even the written records show that this was really a period of about two hundred years. So we can't really find a causal link between drought and civilizational collapse. It may have just been kind of one of those correlation doesn't equal causation moments that we love and science where just because you have political instability. Doesn't mean it's caused by drought or the environment. Something new besides the planet. Pluto to argue about exactly nothing better than names for our geological time unit. Speaking of names in other ancient history news, I know there's new work on Mayan societies that's kinda interesting. Yes. This is something that I'm super excited about it's one of the biggest discoveries around Maya civilization in the past decade. There was just a lighter. Our survey done in one of the areas of sort of the greatest. The greatest extent of Maya civilization in northern Guatemala. And so what that means that scientists flew over the top of the trees in that area and used light are beaming beaming lasers down onto the planet to look at look through the tree cover and see the remains of things like ancient structures, ancient roads. So they found over six thousand new structures attributed to the Maya during this late classical period, which is about between like the six hundreds and the nine hundred CE. And so what that means is that that the Maya weren't just building fabulous sites like t- call which was actually in this slide. Our survey these sort of isolated cities that we've heard about from my history, they actually were spending a lot of time living in what amounted to suburbs. They were living outside the cities, and they were engaging in incredibly sophisticated intensive agriculture outside the cities, which were linked by a massive network of roads that were also uncovered through this light our survey. So now, we have a picture of the Maya as not these people who kind of hunkered down in these walled cities. But actually, a lot of them lived out in the suburbs and were farming. And and we're not necessarily part of these intensive city states in the way that we once though. So this is like a modern Meg megalopolis Baltimore-Washington. Maybe they had their own beltway. Yes, they they may have it was basically a big sprawl. And you know, we've seen novels and we've seen people, you know, the city of Z that kind of stuff where they went looking for giants civilizations. Because of rumors maybe they really existed. Yeah. Or maybe they really should have been thinking about where to find the suburbs. And where to find these farms instead of looking for lost cities, look for lost suburbs in northern Guatemala, and you learn a lot more about the Maya civilization. I'm going to quote, you on that occasion. Let's for lost suburb. Thank you. Yes. Thank you so much channel new. It's science journalist and book author based in San Francisco, she was joining us. Now, it's time to check in on the state of science. This is WWE St Louis public radio public radio news local science stories of national significance. Hurricane florence. And it's and it's ather man aftermath brought to widespread flooding to the Carolinas in beyond, and you know, all about that. And adding to the heartbreak of all that water was the potential release of wastes. A flood of coal ash into the Cape. Fear. River was the fear and the coal ash isn't quite like the harmless white ash from your charcoal grill. It contains elevated levels of arsenic, and other heavy metals. Ends to be contained joining me now to talk about. This is Jason Bruin. He's a data reporter at UNC he stationed in Durham, North Carolina. Welcome to the program. Ira nice to be with you. Hey, nice to have you. What is called lash? Where is it? What is the story about? Well, you said it at the top. It's not like the charcoal assets. You might find in your grill. But in fact, contains quite toxic heavy metals, including arsenic, and of course, we need to burn coal to create electricity. That's one of the great advances over the past maybe half century or so, but we didn't realize that it came with this quite dangerous byproducts. And so now, we're dealing with that. And so what happened in this case? So we don't know exactly what happened to Cape fear yet in on a molecular level, but what we do know is that flood waters from hurricane Florence. Basically barraged these two holding ponds that hold back ashen, and then also sort of retaining pawn. That's next to it to protect the Ashburton from the Cape. Fear river with all these heavy flood waters that we got. There was a breach. I into that first berm that holds back sort of the cooling water and then later into the second berm that holds back the waters for the coal ash pond. And so with all that water running in from the Cape. Fear river, you had all the waters mixing together. And then, of course, exiting out the bottom end. And obviously, obviously the fear. There is that coal ash, then mixed with the lake water and then mixed alternately with the river water downstream. So so do we have any evidence that the ash did get released into the river? So what we know is that Duke Energy has done its tests and has said that it's tests are conclusive that there were not elevated levels of arsenic in the water. Now, of course, environmentalists like with the Waterkeeper alliance have been out on the water, and they say that they have seen ash in the water. Now actually went out with them on on Saturday. And I was in a in a little boat with them on the river. And and also saw what to my eye. Looks to be like coal ash. They've taken water samples they meaning the the Waterkeeper they've taken water samples, but they are still waiting on those results don't have those back yet. And of course, also we're still waiting for state regulators who also took samples again don't have those results back yet, though, it could have affected any other river this coal ash. Well, it's interesting that you should ask that because just a few literally about an hour and a half ago, we got word from the Waterkeeper alliance that in fact, there are elevated levels of arsenic in a different river in the news river, that's also here North Carolina and near a little town of Goldsboro. So that is near a different Duke Energy plant and the sim- similar situation. Duke Energy said that it's tests were conclusive that there were not elevated levels of arsenic. But now, we do have water tests back from the Waterkeeper alliance where they say that in fact, there are elevated levels of arsenic. In fact, eighteen times, what is allowable now, there's some discussion about where tests were taken where tests were you know, what labs they were studied at. Of course, Duke is is throwing water while pardon the pun is saying that the that the tests from the Waterkeeper a biased, of course, the Waterkeeper says the test from Duke or biased here, again, even though we do have tests from the from. Environmentalists. We don't have tests yet back from a state regulators through the department of environmental quality still waiting on those of course, if they were in Duke with might be liable for that action near and we'll keep watching potentially could be Jason. Thanks very much. You're welcome data report public radio station. W UNC we're gonna take a break. We're gonna come back. The story is not over for Utah's whittled down national monuments. But paleontologists want to save from potential mining and drilling in those national monuments toward some of them myself last week. We'll we'll talk about it after this break. Stay with us..

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Rank the highest part of television journalism. This is what so many so many things like this should happen more because Tricia Mackie's report on Amanda Jeter is really unbelievable. And it's the kind of stuff that we need to hear more oven Tricia Mackey, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show with Tricia Hillary, I'm good. How are you? Amanda Jeter local local kid at a dream as many young girls do at nine ten eleven and twelve to be US gymnasts to be on the US Olympic team. She's now twenty three starting when she was thirteen and you say that she went to school locally, and that she also then would work an extra thirty or forty hours a week as a gymnast doing everything possible. And she was on the US Olympic team, but not one of the five selected for the Olympics. Let's tell the story of Amanda Jeter thirteen years old, and she sees Larry Nassar at Michigan state describe what happened. So she pulls her hamstring, which is a common injury with Guinness. I'm told and she goes to coach I can barely broke my leg his hamstring injury. In her coach says, well, go see USA team dot Larry Nassar and his office is based at Michigan state. Sometimes he would go to the Karolyi ranch. But most times he was at Michigan state, and these girls would go to Michigan state, and because they were so young their parents would drive them Cincinnati, Jim, and Mary Lee, Tracy who read that's inside again says over the years, you know, she sent over twenty twenty five to thirty years a bunch of girls to Larry Nassar didn't know any better. He was the team doctor and this guy States Olympic team doctor designated by the United States Olympic committee. There's a in other words when you go there and your thirteen years old mom and dad, you're walking into the best and the brightest is the best treatment available here. They had to think. Okay. My daughter's going to get the best treatment imaginable. Exactly. And you're in this girl. She's at middle schooler at this point almost home school because you have to go into home schooling shortly because of all the gymnastics she knows nothing. She goes into see Larry Nassar. She has a hospital down on. He starts examining her. And he says according to Amanda. Amanda, I'm going to videotape this procedure because I came up with this therapy myself. This is something I invented all of these all of these Olympic girls. Get it. Everybody gets the same therapy on you. And so she says, okay. So he holds out his cellphone like it's a selfie on the selfie stick with his arm and who says he sexually assaulted her. But it didn't last very long right there. Because it wasn't a good angle or whatever it was for Larry. So he put it down on the countertop. I would imagine a thirteen year old girl in middle school is something that was a complete shock to. Amanda jeter. Exactly, however teams like. No. He's a he's a kid. And and and he reiterates that all of you all of the Olympic tennis, get this. Everybody wants to be Olympic gymnasts. He gets the same thing. And he positions his cell phone to record this entire she's calls as an assault is doing whatever he's doing down there. But he does she says it is an assault. Here's the crazy thing he gets done, and he goes out to the waiting room where mom and dad are because they drove her state. That's the dad, Gary this is a new procedure. I think she did really well with it and a new procedure that I came up with and I'm gonna talk about this and seminars go can you hold my cell phone? And you record this answer. Jerry says that kind of weird, but okay, I guess so dead into the examining room. Mom, mom, and dad and mom, so and the way to Jerry describes it is a man is laying on the table. You know, the Larry Nassar standing there, Jerry is a little bit behind Nassar doesn't have a great view. But he says his quote was I thought what I saw I saw enough a father is watching a so-called doctor places fingers. And here's the catch. Here's the catch. Amanda said there were two different types of therapy. The one where he was alone with her. Was an assault when he had mom and dad come in. It was close to an assault. It was definitely inappropriate. But there it was not an assault. Mom and dad think this isn't appropriate. But there was no as you just say there was no like penetration. Nothing like that. But it was inappropriate. But you're still at the headquarters of United States Olympic committee. Doctor right, right and mom and dad from Cincinnati think boy our daughters at the big time here. How long did this go on her leg dead stretch stretch? And Amanda said later that you know, she was doing whatever she could drag because you know, none of it worked, but she didn't want to go back to them. So she was like, I'm great great not gonna wanna see him. You know that it went on the assaults went on more than one one too many times over four years. Numerous places that Michigan and at the Karolyi ranch curly ranches in Texas, which looks like a bad service station, but Corollas like the legendary coach Romania that had all the fans Nadia Comaneci. He he was the one that held Kerri Strug when she tore ankle and landed that landing and got a gold medal superstar, right? This is the best of the best of USA gymnastics. This is a fair ranch. And Amanda said, you know, it was thirty minutes down a dirt road in the middle of nowhere. And there's peacocks and camels and bugs and no air conditioning. And they barely had to inch mattresses and the food was terrible. Powerade reduced diet. Sneaking third and here comes Larry Nassar bringing in donuts girls. Yeah. He's the Candyman. He's coming into. Everybody's looking forward to them. You know, because he's telling them what someone said you feel you feel good good. You get enough people saying that you believe it. And I think he he was the master manipulator parolee and his wife Nadia. Each strut. I mean, this guy was the best of the best who came from communist communist, east, Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall came to America in the Texas ranch looks like a bad service station, and this is US Olympic Committee US Olympic Committee had to approve a Karoly and approve of Larry Nassar, by the way is now doing like forty two hundred years in prison. Larry Nassar's never getting out over what period of time. Amanda Jeter was thirteen when these treatments began she's now twenty three when did she get out of this of yours Olympic Committee when she was eighteen she had she had a wrinkle injury. That was she knew she wasn't going to go to the Olympics. But she was just off the charts. Olympic material, and she got a full rights Alabama. She says the best thing ever have or she went from Karolyi ranch and the way they ran things to being, you know, Alabama superstar everything that NCAA has she had it ever finger cats and she wears to national rings from Alabama very proudly. Let's talk about Mary Lee, Terry, Mary Lee, Tracy. I'm sorry, Mary Lee, Tracy. But she's from Coleraine high school. She runs the Cincinnati elite gymnastics for about six or seven years. And she's the one that feeds these young gymnasts US Olympic Committee, and she was given some position in the committee about two months ago. And then Mary Lee was taken down almost immediately because there was some suspicion that she did not know what was going on. But many say she should have known. So what is your story reporting on Mary Lee her? She says exactly that she did not know what was going on. She was everyone else. I believe he's the team doctor all she can say as her athletes that are going to him are saying, they're they're getting better and they're performing. So she doesn't know she's sending them to him. When the accusation first came out, he defended them and feed them she did. But then, but then she would she start being the evidence. She she was she had no idea her story that she had no idea. She did hold. Position for a short time. And there was litigation going on when she was elevated to physician within USA gymnastics alley race men and women these other young athletes, I came forward against Larry Nassar and against USA gymnastics going on she said on her not allowed to contact any of them pretty well. Contacted alley the attacks. I rep attack. I saw them saying that alley tell me more about the conditions. How can we work together to make it better? You know, let's move USA gymnastics in the in the right direction and by law. She was not allowed to contact a plaintiff. And because she contacted a plaintiff. She lost her position. According to her story now getting back to a man, his mom and dad, they were told by Amanda that the treatments were working and at some point the father, Jerry jeeter asked his daughter, if Nasser touched her inappropriately very first time that that berry first time her very first treatment when she was sexually assaulted. She said by herself and her mom came in the room and dad was recording. It and dad said something just didn't look, right. I felt uncomfortable. And he went to her daughter immediately had a conversation with his wife. They both. Agreed. Something seemed inappropriate, and Jerry, you know, grabbed her. By the by the cheeks and said, you know, did he did he do something inappropriate? She just said, no, no. You know, her whole thing is I'm scared kid, and I don't want to be kicked off a USA gymnastics, and Larry Nassar spent like this entire time in the office saying this is what I do all the athletes. Yeah. Olympic athletes. Stay there back that up. The Karoly said is all about ten ten Ted which I got the Olympics. This isn't a basketball, right? They also said, you know, if you injure your body, you do anything you're down. You gotta see that doctor. If you want to get better, you feel Larry Nassar. Do you have some sense of how many young girls Larry Nassar sexually molested? I mean like over two hundred and fifty of them came forward almost not include. Amanda, not included until the other day. He's not part of that. So who knows all of them? I don't know. I mean, you know, there was Jerry in Amanda. And and Jerry's wife ex like now that that. There was another athlete from Cincinnati that went up to Michigan with Amanda that day they weren't in the same exam room. But you know, I don't I don't know. You know, did he just how do you choose? I don't know. Yeah. Amanda, doesn't know she doesn't know this other athlete, you know, he didn't touch her that with you. Don't know. How does a man is mom and dad now feel when she got the ride Alabama. It'd be the greatest thing ever the facilities. They have the SEC. See? But when you deliver your child into the hands of sexual molester, unwittingly, not knowing thinking, this is a big time..

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

15:13 min | 2 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To art bell somewhere in time tonight, featuring coast to coast AM from March twenty first nineteen ninety seven. Back now to Laurie toy Laurie. I have struggled all my life to understand the. The life cycle what lies beyond this physical life that we have and. I've really I've spent a lot of my life in that quest to try and understand it are you certain in your own mind that you do understand it. I think that I understand the teaching. I'm not certain that any of it probably will never understand it until we go through it ourselves. But I think it's a question at all. All right. Let me try this since I sort of buy into the idea of reincarnation. Why did you what do you? Okay. What is the process then that removes one eventually from the cycle, if you can lay it out in layman's words, what kind of growth has to occur. Well, the way that I understand it. It's spiritual growth that we we learn to grow in in love and compassion. And I think I think we're we're pretty low on the level. But to learn to live with peace and respect for one another. All right. That's what I understand at least from the teachings that I've been given that. Okay. That sounds right. But you chuckled, and you said we're pretty far from that. I just have written a book myself after about thirteen years of doing this program Laurie. It's called the quickening. And in a very brief moment. I will explain to you. What I have observed just, you know, watching the news every day day in and day out socially economically, politically with respect to earth. Changes the weather that we're having right now, Kim cats, oh, it's really time to change. Not only is it intense. But it's increasing. At an exponential rate. It is and I'm not a prophet. I'm just a talk show host. But Laurie I know something's coming and it's not very far away because you are unaware and observant individual not everyone is. You know? I don't think it's it's undeniable truth that is happening right now. The have a prophecy. They say that it is an honor to be alive at this time that not everyone, you know, can withstand what is coming over. In the spirit of today is a good day to die. Maybe in that spirit. Yes. I guess if we embraced the idea of reincarnation is a good day to to live live and die to be spiritually immortal to realize that we go beyond this existent. Yes. Yes. I guess we do. But I wonder in what form. Yeah. I think we all do how could we not? How could we not? Okay. Your ear one. Who does know? What's coming? I guess, you know, the really important question is what what is coming. Well, the prophecies that we were shown, you know, getting back the story when when I saw the solid math again. It's it's it's not going to be an easy time. The first event that the masters spoke about. Was meteorologist right that we've coming towards a planet. They referred. I come to understand now. Of from updated work with the master teachers. They there's two prophecies. They talk about the blue star, which we are experiencing right now. That's the one in our sky now help off and and after after that comes the red star and the red star is the asteroid which is prophecy to hit somewhere, as you know, in the Nevada desert. Yes. And actor that is quite interesting. They talked about the seven days of light and the seven days of light are cured after the impact of this asteroid. May may I stop you there. Good question. To southern Nevada. If you had to pick a place in the US to hit with an asteroid, high southern Nevada would be. Well, the Vada someplace would be probably a better place than most in terms of the relative sparsity of the population. Although we're beginning to grow Lori. Quite quickly. Now, would you interpret that I hit to be a warning? I think it'd be beyond a warning. I think by that time. I I mean, you've got to understand. If we even if just grazed by an asteroid that their impact is like a nuclear explosion. Do you know any of the details of I've learned a lot about asteroids movies? There's been a lot of lately there. Sure has so do, you know anything about the size of this asteroid? That is something I do not know. What I was shown in the prophecies is is where where it was prophecy to hit. They did say it was a smaller smaller piece. I don't know how how far across in diameter or anything like that. But they did explain how this might give some explanation. They talked about the seven days of light. And they said that with that was as they showed it. Small pieces of this asteroid meteor impact would hit the atmosphere of the earth. And then they would fall randomly kind of across the whole planet make sense. And that I would assume that art have to be fairly large to have that type of trail. I I don't I'm not a scientist another, thanks. Okay. That's easy. There's another way to ask about it. Then. You have seen the effects of this asteroid hit correct? Yes. And they went on to explain this the master teachers went on to explain that that after the impact of this asteroid on the earth surface that it would. Throw off tectonic plate. And did that impact itself would be so jarring that it would it would totally upset the ring of fire because Nevada is close to the ring of fire, California. And and that would set off a multitude of explosions throughout the ring of fire, and that would send tremendous ash up into the air and imagine it'd be ash to from the impact of the meteorologist, right? And that that would bring a tremendous amount of rain to the planet, Kamenice rain. And and that after we went through they said almost two years of rain that there would be a melting of the ice caps, which was off the equilibrium of deportation of the earth around its axis, and that that is what would start the devastating earthquakes, which think Calif. I think the Pacific northwest. And also as we've learned would also think other lands all across the globe. So it's not just one thing. It's sort of a combination of many things it's a series of events that they say that we must look for. All right. Everybody is going to ask about a time line. So we have an event in our skies. Now, the blue Cina, they call it a booster Katina. Does that mean anything then in terms of since we have an event that we can behold right now, I think it means a great deal just from my knowledge of the Hopi prophecy. And the knowledge of the prophecy that I have been working with it states. We are living in the time of changes now. And as a master teachers continuously stated as they were giving us material. They always said, we are going, you you you were in the now the time is now and that it's very important that we make careful choices. Now that we start thinking about, you know, how we're living and and careful choices today careful choices. But they're they're now an hour. Now may not be exactly the same now so accurately, right? I understand the timelines are difficult to call. Yeah. And and they are and I I I've never Chris. I always has to take to get into timelines because I think at one time we all felt well ninety two was going to be the year that we would see, you know, the tremendous changes, and then it's kinda backed up to ninety four kind of goes into two year periods and then ninety six, but when you're studying changes like this, and you begin to understand prophecy. And how prophecy works changes something that always starts from the inside out. And I think that we were. Already experiencing as you have already commented. We're already experiencing a lot of the prelude to the the more catastrophic change, and I think that that observing that and an awakening to that. And understanding that is part of how maybe we can be part of a solution to not see this go. So so severely catastrophic. But it is very true. I mean, look at the crime. Credit look at every aspect of. I mean, it's it's hard even to keep a spiritual focus, you know, when you understand what is going on. I know that people like yourself. Like to be positive in nearly every aspect of what's going to occur. Another words. It will be in the end the thing the good thing. And it's it's a duty, you know, to to state that you just can't, you know, tell people doom and gloom. It gives them there. No hope but we also cannot be officers of their heads in the sand either. And we we have to look at this. Right up front right for what it is. And and find the truth that it contains it, it is a purification in a sense. This is a is a time of purification. It's a it's a time that that will make us better sheriff occasion. Your your words seemed to echo so closely Hopi prophecy. Well, I I feel close to Hopi prophecy just because of my experience with the master teachers, and and then of course, I've I've read Frank waters work and also Thomas nails work, and and the work of data Vima. Of course, their whole prophecy centers around the idea of spiritual migration, Addy emergent, and their whole culture in essence is built around the idea of prophecy. Right. I had let me tell you. I had Alan HALE on about a week ago. I think co-discoverer of the comet and he is a scientist hard bitten scientists. And he, you know, if you were to tell him what you think about this comet in our sky, his comment would be balderdash. We're talking about just simple science here. It's big old dirty snowball. We know how it was formed. We know we think we know when it's got a forty two year forty two hundred year return rate, and it's just a comet the world's not going to end. It doesn't mean anything other than the fact that its orbit is bringing it by earth. Now. But of course, comets have. A great history of important portending of change. Don't they? Oh, yes. And but I mean, I get it all in perspective. I mean, our great great grandparents didn't ever understand expecting anything like microwaves televisions or the internet either. That's true perspective. Really? But I mean, you look at this time that we're living in right now. And it is clear, you know, things have got to change change, you know, in a constructive way. And if we have to go through purification, or or destructive part of this in order for us to be better. I mean, I'm willing to do that. I think most people are. But the the prophecies. They are. They are frightening. There's there's no two ways about it. And and yet on the other hand that they they hold at the end of them a promise of renewal renewal for humanity. But. You know, the realistic pragmatic person says renewal and the Phoenix from the ashes and all the rest of that. But the reality of what's going to occur is going to mean that before that change happens. Millions and millions of people are going to die. And a lot of people have a really or maybe even billions and a lot of people have a hard time getting past that reality. Well, I guess we have to bring it around to what we were talking about reincarnation, the, you know, the immortality of the soul, and maybe there's some solace there. That and and maybe also. That might be their purpose at this time, you know, to to go through that in that way, the way that I've come to understand all of this is that it is an honor for us to be here at this time to recognize the time and to start making the right choices because prophecy is also a spiritual teaching by warning. And I always feel that there is enough time in this. This countdown to make a difference in how we perceive the changes how we lived through the changes. And and it might even alter the effect. I've come to the conclusion might, but I I must tell you. I've come to the conclusion that what's coming is. Now, irreversible like. There was an old movie the high and the mighty remember that or not John John Wayne? I don't remember it. Okay..

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Senate going to set a here on them. Beltinci chicken. I think you'd be surprised. I think you'd be surprised, Abbott, Kenny, fight club, bike club, bike club. Kids get the peace on. He's on a couple of one to Cutie. Pies are still got it. Baby lift your shield. And now from the honored studios in Playa vista California is the moment you've been waiting for the final and the cheese is coming at you. No, no, we're not live. It doesn't make sense. We're not live, you don't be out. And now it's the fatter and the kid. Shot live live. No, please tell me you don't know the story about me sitting next to the older gentleman who was he had a tight mustache looking down on me. He'd been in the military, longtime, buttoned-down, gentlemen, and like you said, said, are I said, well, if you're in LA, you know, have you ever wanna know places to eat? Let me know. And you know, give him my number. He goes, all right, my number, but if I make a friend, it's a friend for life. And I went, okay. Well, there it is, then I hope I'll do you one better. I think I told you this having told audiences I'm at the. Comedy store. The sky. I'm gonna grew with a group of friends and tell this guy wants to talk to me grown men, older me forty series, forty, two hundred years pro. Was the last time the football around? Are you? Excuse me, as I was listening to a ball. I don't know many. What are you doing Saturday. Probably with my family's school, the park. Let's play catch for the raw Roadman. Let's throw the raum in some pattern. Let's just this was play cat. Let's do the rock around. It will no, no. And I thought he's joking around thirty. Fuck after turn catch. A bit, don't they cats? I could not stop laughing, Chris, and he was in tears, laughing. I went bro. That guy just asked me to play catch and Ted Sears. He just asked if I want to go to the park on Saturday play can right thought you wanted to work off some cobwebs you know, like get back to the old glory day. That's the best out of nowhere. Dude, listening few, the rock ground. I cannot tell you, let's play catch. Split some catch. We're doing Saturday, not playing catch with the news Saturday. I'll drive up to see, you know what you do is alternate frisbee and then go, fuck each other. That's a good. That's a terrible idea. It's place in, let's play some frisbee golf you know should do. We should play freeze tag little wrist. How's that say? I went, I drove a long way yesterday with my kids, long way on Thousand Oaks to DOJ. Oh, boom. Where it's basically ninja warrior for all trampolines owes it trampolines slack lines. I mean, all kinds of shit swing around software when they fall paradise. It was a played forever. Yeah, they pay. They played who go to four. They're not gonna last four, the quitted three. Now let's keep going Tony Jeffries at a bouncy castle. At his little girls. He has three girls his little girls like birthday party for sure. I'll have your kid's birthday party at your gym anyways to Chee Chee, but he has to say the money, but he had a bouncy castle and I've never seen my son in one and he's a little reserved at first. Then he got in there. Oh, I don't know. He's in it for two and a half hour. I'm talking like he just ran the goddamn Boston marathon dripping sweat. Yup. The love that they will not stop and the pools the same way pools a great babysitter because he also kills more kids than anything else in America. But yeah, I hear you damn, Damn right. right at him crack because you know why you drown. So silently so quickly, it's a fucking disaster. She's real. Yeah. Glen. My friend's child, I don't want to do last night. It was fun. At the store. I feel like you and I haven't been there awhile together you. You've been on the chart, your specials to, and then you. We've just been missing each other. I've been busy busy and fight tonight. We're last night. We're both at the comedy store with Bert. Kreischer has a special coming out next week. Yes, he doesn't crisis special on Netflix drop, and he's one of the funny span the world, but he'll he'll burp popped in dude, new, do a new shit, new material, new Bill Burr front for me..

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"TV services off come says the change marks a major shift. In people's viewing habits the media regulators chief executive Sharon white says Britain's broadcasters need to. Work together if they're going to compete with, love to save wish broadcasters so the BBC working collaboratively with IT with cello hall cello five so. They've got that scale to compete globally making shows together BBC news has learned a forthcoming government report will predict that, traffic on Britain's roads could increase by more than sixty percent in the next twenty five years critics. Say this is a significant over estimate, and. Fails to take into account the people generally driving much less his. Our environment analyst Roger harrabin, the government will forecast next week the drivers collectively will be doing up to four hundred billion miles, a year by twenty forty that intern will influence spending on roads. But traveled choices are changing a government, funded research group the commission on transport demand says we make sixteen percent, fewer car trips than in nineteen Ninety-six may known to, thirty traveling only, half the. Miles their farthest, did many factors play including the recession travel costs concern for the environment homeworking and even Uber. The government says it has taken these into account and its, forecasts. But the commission says it's time to stop, thinking about how How many roads to build and start thinking how we want to live and. Then arranging transport to fit that researchers say there's virtually, no evidence that taking omega three, fish oil supplements, prevents heart, disease or strokes a review which examined trial, data for more than one hundred thousand people concluded the chance of, deriving any meaningful health benefit from the supplements was one thousand The official history of earth has been given a new chapter geologists have, classified the last four thousand two, hundred years as being a distinct age in the story the planet they're calling it the. Mega leeann age after a northern Indian state where evidence of its onset was detected. In stalagmites his science correspondent Jonathan Amos geologists divide up, the four point six billion year existence of earth into slices of time each slice corresponding to significant happenings such as the break-up of. Continents dramatic shifts in climate and even the emergence of particular, types of animals and plant life we live in what's called the Holocene which reflects everything that's happened over the past eleven, thousand seven hundred years since the last ice age but the Holocene itself can be subdivided and the international commission on strategic Griffey official keepers of geological time have determined the last forty two. Hundred years should now be called the mega land stage They, say it's onset was marked by a mega drought the crush civilizations worldwide and. That the effects of left a defining Mark sediments a high profile plastic surgeon in Brazil known as Dr boom boom has gone on the run after a patient, died following, injections to enlarge her bottom Dr Dennis for Todd oh the forty six year old woman to hospital in Rio de Janeiro where she developed, complications on, Sunday but he then disappeared, a judge has issued a warrant for his arrest the time is now nine minutes past, seven two days of parliamentary votes, on Brexit related legislation but yesterday the only amendment that pro European conservative rebels one was. To keep the UK and the European Medicines Agency the one that would have had. Significant implications for the government's position was defeated the idea, of staying in a customs union if there's no agreement with the EU in January on cheating friction Lewis trade well one of the. Tory rebels you voted for that amendment is the former minister The MP..

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Boys with only one parent allowed to visit each of them and no physical contact but they plan. To present the whole group to a public news conference later today where they will be allowed to answer questions. Which have been screened by child psychiatrist to ensure that they don't distress, the boys after that they will go back to. Their homes and families although they plan within the next ten days to be ordained, as Buddhist monks for short time a tradition for males in Thailand who've experienced misfortune Google, is to. Hear shortly whether it's the face a record fine in Europe over its Android operating system the European Commission, has said that the US tech John's mobile device strategy on fairly strengthen its internet search service Susan, rob is a barrister in London who specializes in e u The commission Cam fine up to ten percent of worldwide turnover in fractious finds rarely reached that level but it's expected that this, will be a significant finding comparable to the fine that was imposed on Google in another case involving alleged abuse of dominance around its it search and shopping sides I think what is really interesting though will be what kind of corrective measures the commission might impose President Donald, Trump has said he accepted they conclusion by US intelligence agencies that Russia interfered in the twenty. Sixteen election despite declining to do so just a. Day ago Mr. Trump said he had misspoken in Helsinki on, Monday just after he met the Russian President. Vladimir Putin and had mentioned to say that he saw no reason why Russia would not meddle in US affairs. His, original comments on the matter to a barrage of criticism world News from, the BBC a US grand jury has added a new indictment to at least of charges against a, Russian woman who was arrested on Sunday Maria Bettina who lives in Washington is accused of acting as a Russian government agent while developing ties with US citizens and infiltrating political groups the offence. Carries a maximum sentence of ten years imprisonment she's expected to appear in court on Wednesday Burton has. Expressed. Concern after police in Hong Kong. Asked for a ban on a small political party that campaigns for independence Hong Kong secretary for Security. John Lee said he was. Considering the request to outlaw the Hong Kong national party it's the first time such a ban has been sought since Britain handed sovereignty over Hong Kong back to China twenty one years ago when the residents. Of the territory fear Beijing wants to water down its special status Security forces in Peru. Have arrested over fifty people in the isolated jungle region of Putin Maiyo in the. First week of a sixty day state of emergency president Martin Scott said in a visit to the region police, and soldiers had found four laboratories of coca production local media, said most of those detained were from Colombia The official history of earth has a new chapter geologists have classified the last four thousand two hundred years. As a distinct period are science correspondent Jonathan Amos has more. Details geologists divide up the full point six billion year existence of earth into slices of time we, live in what's called the Holocene, but the Holocene itself can be subdivided and the international commission on strategic the official keepers of geological time determined the last forty two hundred. Years should now be called the mega in stage they say it's onset was marked by a mega drought. Affects of left a defining Mark sediments babies he news You are listening to the BBC World Service.

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on Omnibus

"Very well said but they can be no question a nation cannot bind together without powerful central government but we must also accommodate the needs of constituent states both north and south we are i think on the record john that we record this show and undisclosed subterranean location that's right in the somewhere in the cascade mountains everyone knows although our listeners have found the volt they know where the location is well or i mean we we have no idea about our own future right so there may come a time before the apocalypse or during the apocalypse that we either disseminate these recordings like with a t shirt cannon except shooting out little metallic spores or we bury them all around the world we don't know where we could drop flash drives from an array of satellites that's right and everyone knows that flash drives are the stabilised platform for recording digital material that's exactly what everyone in the indefinite future is going to be using yeah they're like oh this flash drive is forty two hundred years old just like today it's your to find like a sumerian tori shared you'd be like yeah let me just plug us into the shard port on a lot of talk so i can can read this but despite the fact that we are right now at undisclosed location in the cascades you and i both live in king county washington that's right king county named four do you know this.

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

KSKA 91.1 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

"Arctic polar bear populations will soon follow that same pattern of decline it's predicted in fact as you may have heard that the arctic ocean is going to be free of ice in the summertime within the next forty two hundred years and so the world that are polar bears on the arctic coast of alaska depend on is melting out from under them actually recent studies are showing how all this is affecting pull the bears off the arctic coast of alaska for example polar bears have been spotted swimming in the open ocean long distances from short some of them actually swimming toward the north when the edge of the ice is four hundred miles out drowned polar bears have been seen from the air apparently overwhelmed by relentless storms out there on the ocean and for the first time researchers have documented cannibalism were big male polar bears have killed and eaten females in their cubs right here along air to coast of alaska another thing that's happening biologists have done committing the fact that more females are dancing on the land now apparently there's too much risk get the unstable ice offshore is going to break up underneath their din that increases another kind of risk because when pulitzers dna unsure if they are disturbed by humans the females will often abandoned their dens and cubs that are in the die so there's a lot of things happening but luckily there's no evidence so far that the overall population of polar bears is declining in article ask of it again the patterns seem identical here with hudson bay and a few years from now the population will start to go down or too little cuts are still playing one of them in the water one of them splayed out belly on the ice with his head underwater looking down at his partner people often imagine a that polar bears could somehow simply move onto the land when the sea ice vanishes but in fact the biologists say that's impossible these animals are much too specialized for living on the ice for preying on seals and meeting their very high energy demands on a diet of calorierich seal fat oh gosh something extraordinary happening just now who won mother bear has rolled over on her back and the little cub has coming right up on to her bali in laying their the very white cub against the.

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

KSKA 91.1 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

"Arctic polar bear populations will soon follow that same pattern of decline it's predicted in fact as you may have heard that the arctic ocean is going to be free of ice in the summertime within the next forty two hundred years and so the world that are polar bears on the arctic coast of alaska depend on is melting out from under them actually recent studies are showing how all this is affecting pull the bears off the arctic coast of alaska for example polar bears have been spotted swimming in the open ocean long distances from short some of them actually swimming toward the north when the edge of the ice is four hundred miles out drowned polar bears have been seen from the air apparently overwhelmed by relentless storms out there on the ocean in for the first time researchers have documented cannibalism were big male polar bears have killed and eaten females in their cubs right here along the coast of alaska another thing that's happening biologists have documenting the fact that more females are dancing on the land now apparently there's too much risk get the unstable ice off shore is going to break up underneath their din that increases another kind of risk because when pulitzers dna unsure if they're disturbed by humans the females will often abandoned their dens an cubs that are in your will die so there's a lot of things happening but luckily there's no evidence so far that the overall population of polar bears is declining in article ask of again the patterns seem identical here with hudson bay and a few years from now the population will start to go down or too little cubs are still playing one of them in the water one of them splayed out belly on the ice with his head underwater looking down at his partner people often imagined that polar bears could somehow simply move onto the land when the sea ice vanishes but in fact the biologists say that's impossible these animals are much too specialized for living on the ice for preying on seals and meeting their very high energy demands on a diet of calorierich seal oh gosh something extraordinary happening just now the one mother bear has rolled over on her back and the little cub has coming right up onto her bali in is laying their the very white cub against the.

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six having three thirty seven hundred you know there wasn't time and i think many of us bitter an rv these understand the time and i'm sure other generations could have their time were the most certainly remember parts of their lives where ufos alien speculation was most certainly a pop culture event earlier a lotta significant incidents that they can recall including reported contact with alien entities citing of aircraft frequently seen them popping up in clusters receive a menu of o flaps uh and we and we look back it films like i dunno close encounters of the third kind that debuted 19th seventy seven people say well that's when the first people started really talking about of dutch is not not necessarily because many of bernie hill were in the '60s in that was one of the first reported abduction cases in the united states you are foes are having another moment right now but this time it's a it's a agent were crucial moment especially since the political world is paying more attention to outer space and the president signed the space industry of that we have a a many people competing for the space dollar the space race is on as i said you know the space raises but it's not we think yvonne exactly what you think emilia logo at he'll on mosques said today he said that he wanted to build a new city he wanted to bring a million people to mars he wants them to move their forty two hundred years from now wants to call it metropolis and if you bounce around science websites you started hearing about plans of building space stations going to the moon again colonizing mars that's only part of the plan and i've been besieged with eu mail saying clyde you just can't let up on this topic.

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast was programmes brought to you by tangerine unfair bank fees got you down keep more of your hard earned money with the tangerine nofee daily checking account you'll pay fees to do your everyday banking and you'll get free tangerine email money transfers free unlimited debit purchases and free deposits germany after all we shouldn't have to pay unfair fees to use it become a climate answering dot c tangerine forward banking hello i'm rosemary barton sitting in for carolina off good evening i'm robert jones sitting in for jeff douglas this is as it happens the podcast addition tonight twice burned his family lost one house to the fort mac wildfires now a second has been burned to the ground by the blazes nbc but jason sherman says he isn't shine away from the challenge loves labour won at florence richler remembers her friend jack rabinovich the millionaire sponsor of canadian letters who created the killer press driven from distraction a us congresswoman introduces a bill that would order car companies to install sensors alerting parents if they've forgotten their kid in the back of a hot car a leaf for moisture's book and austrian architects says moshe saftey habitats 67 building in montreal inspired his new tree like tower that he wants to build in toronto titled bore a bbc's presenters less than impressive delivery of a story about surfing dogs leaves viewers wondering why didn't just wave the whole thing off and chirp off the old block a norwegian scientists can't wait to uncover the secrets inside of forty two hundred year old bird that was found.

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"forty two hundred years" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"forty two hundred years" Discussed on WJDX

"It i wish i could give you better information but um ghali an apple never tells me nothin' now let me add i told us on i my gut my gut his it will be it will be in october okay okay thanks for the call let's try dan again let's see if we can get dan on the line hi dan a lil i'm sorry about that welcome hey uh i got a couple of questions i i'm looking for a budget tremblor uh we at least forty two hundred years ago okay and my mom's looking to spend about to fifty three hundred uh the problem hugh having her does he have having trouble hearing um dialogue yeah so she will wondering availa wine where we could you know uh renew center channels we could yes almost all of these will allow you to to boost the center channel the idea of a sound bar is it replaces the surround sound system with fi five or six or seven or eight speakers with a single long speaker right at the tv but if you look inside a sound bar there are multiple speakers inside the sound bar and that's how they get you know kind of they simulate surround sat and they do have separate center channel's uh i'm looking at the wire cutter which is one of my favorite reviews sites they really are doing a bang of job and they say the vezio smart casts his there is at the top of a very short list two hundred fifty dollars which is a pretty darn good price mmm uh and uh it has all the features you'd want wireless in wired connectivity support for blue tuesday could play your phone music through it it supports google cast which another great way to send audio to it it as an optical input which is probably what you're going to have on the tv to make sure you get an optical cable the goes from the tv to it but it also supports hemi and that your tv may work better with the the audio return channel h d m i although most of the time you wanna connects an optical cable also topped a bone better than 'cause i do each year my on that you'll want to ill most every case you use optical coming out of the tv into the sound.

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