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"frank white" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To you by Matthews Brothers, America's oldest window manufacturer, Thinking how we color Darren finding place in all our other centers for taking part in a production of this year's Matthews Carroll's The Chatter decided we thank you, but most of all, starting next week for the end of the year, listener, Thank you. Did you really put a voiceprint ID? He's finding any crowd. E was looking at myself. You know that It would be interesting if somebody televised report came on the underside buying voters were busy last night on both coasts. Already, World Series between away just just like in the city of brotherly Love. There's sleepy and appreciate the things I was MVP and Hunter show his abiding family. Their house. There are many still not out of the penny from China. They took many abide and family will be good for everybody. Because just clean enough just clean up Frank by the third brother. He was a real piece of work to go to the Daily Mail English newspaper to read up on him. He was a car Jack doing eating a 35 zone in California. And it killed my father trying to raise two daughters, 16 and 17 years old, and the judge ruled that I gave them a settlement. Of course. $1 million. Frank Biden has never paid a cent. Not that which check out that story. The Daily Mail They have the last name of the father that was killed by by Frank White wrote to his twin sisters. He was the driver, Frank Black guys drunk when they went through and by insisting that I like Florida. Reportedly killed a single father who was trying to scare his last message to his to his daughters was always always remember. I love you with Jesus loving Bye bye. Sally Good. I got it. Come on a quick my grandmother's android Anderson in standing water. What You tried to tell you because I was so close. Put your money and probably that was it was just before they get it. 63 cents. Rights rallies, maybe 80 sitcom three's a crowd. Spirit compromised. Everybody's outside interest. Frank's pretty quick. That's a pity. Like that's really gonna cost me big time It was about the Pennsylvania. I mean, what could cost That's my codependent fractions even bigger issue of the ongoing likely to Philadelphia. Go back to thank every one of those white put it makes, so she's only people that we have a couple. Now, way off your bike, You skinny little sleepy Generally, in the day for jobs, he has early bird special around for 15 tapioca pudding Now couple of Calypso to mat lock and you'll be sleeping. I'm Joe. Anyway. It was confirmed. It was a pre court run along that's faces covered. They had a snap, refused to sit and statement Quito as a last resort about you set me up for that shot. You get to know that Chuck Schumer. This is what Chuck Schumer said They found a whole life. Anti abortion justice of the Supreme Court, and this is what charge, Schumer said. Help me break my deepest brazenness to the American people. Generations unborn will suffer. The consequences of this nomination at the low gets warmer. Workers continue to follow howling. Limit. Don't only floods of politics. Reaction generation born will suffer because perhaps you will have your order so that generations yet unborn will suffer. Doesn't We need. These people have any any sense of self irony to label anything before they raise hand on the copy to read? Nobody in time stopped longing. He really did get paid, and in bad in that kept leading up to today. Yeah, He's Irish eyes are make it my love and Brian just there's just nobody home behind those Irish eyes. All right, FBI. I think there's a noose $100 laptop, even investigate, like letting people go. Oh, that's pretty good. That's what happened to better. Well, by the way. Is he still active ear's?.

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"frank white" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This is a 90 down 86 Royals. He only played in 25 games. Two home runs the next year full almost full season 1 16, and he had 22 home. That's a good guess It's not Steve Balboni going 88 Royals 124 games, 25 home runs and then even Mohr 32 home runs in 1989. Again. The home where he was born. Best summer, Alabama started his career where again car with the Royals was always through. He didn't finish with the Royals, but he started it with the royal and what you're reading right there with Royals then was last last 89 89. There's the last year because this is a $90.32 home runs 105 R B. I still spinning 26 steals That should help. Maybe Frank White was pretty not Frank White. Not bad guys. I don't think you hit those home run totals. Probably was quick, though. It wasn't Willie Wilson, not Willie Wilson. You guys were thinking like the great You're thinking of the great players from the early early eighties. Royals teams that were really wanted to beat the Cardinals. The title that's post Bret you're talking about right? There would've been some bread. He was teammates with George. If I give you where he went to next, it's too easy given next. I thought maybe Alabama would be where to go next next. It's too easy if you think about college About colleges in Alabama. Auburn. Oh, Jackson, Bo Jackson. And there you go. Oh, I got a boy though. Jackson here that I've got a beau. We talked about white whales. That's another one. You should be on this station. Oh, Jack. Oh, Jack Bullock's encourage. That should have been lunch with a legend. How did we never do Bo Jackson? He didn't want He didn't want to do it. I don't think he's quiet, unassuming. He is bows like hard past guys. Maybe hard pass. I got into it with him. Okay? It's not what everyone came with. What is that was that was getting people. Nice man is all time. Great. He was a great baseball player. Don't give me the thumbs down. He's had a bad experience for everybody. For God's sake. I would have vote without for lunch with a legend with boredom and great, but I don't think he wants to do it. That much bowl kind of keeps to himself, doesn't he? Yeah, let's play golf, and he still works out like a machine. From what? I don't know what happened. I really not really he was doing something that I am. It was doing something and he calls over a W G and I take the call, and I tell him who I am. He goes a man. Could you do me a favor? If you know of any charity golf event I'm willing to play. You got it. He gives me his number. Andrea Darla's Who I Adore Newsroom says, Hey, we're doing a U of I charity golf outing. Do you know any celebrities? I said, Well, I happen to know what just happened to talk to Bo Jackson. Here's his number. Like an hour later, my phone rings and he read me the riot act. What do you do it give my phone number and other people like the Bill Murray story from the other world. Siri's and I'm like a junkie. You asked. It's exactly like the Bill Murrays story. Yeah. Maybe race. I don't know. Crazy always happens to you. It's always happening to cap so if so, if Danny Books Bo Jackson Morrow comes down, you don't want him on the show. Hard pass Bono's bow baby. I was one of my favorite books as a kid. Jeremy did Jeremy Schaap dig shops book? With Bo Jackson. Yes, indeed. What's the partner? Happy apart, Hands going? That's very good cap per head per head for people. It's which yes, yes. Arrested. Candle Madam Celebrating Sports Chicago Every day we're highlighting with sports bars. We salute Carmen's famous legends, Grilling Bar and maquina. My thanks, Sam Adams. One word 3196 a chance with the same amount of summer cooler legends. Gorilla mochi Net. Sam Adams helping you celebrate the return of blessed. Hey, fellas, how let me do the whole thing and he could do it all. They could do the whole thing and he's good at that He is He's very He's very good about marking. No chance. Wow. But can you read Hebrew know Danny can do it? I don't think Merkin. I guarantee a dance The mark. I brushed up because the kids made the dynamics were not too long. What? What an event. Right, Mark. You want to know that? I heard you crushed so much so that the rabbi That's gonna be my fantasy football team name. I crushed my fantasy football team and I crossed my Torah Torah. Barb, it's love. It's love that Rabbi thought he was going into rabbinical school for crying out loud, right? He couldn't believe it. Afterward, he was impressed. You thought you could take his job. That's high praise. You know that when the rabbi says something I would think so. Kidney. I think I think the best is, you know Karma's wedding. I mean, when you've got a helical upstairs at the old Catholic Church, that's great. You'll get Frank Calico. Do the organ playing. The organ was great. It was great. Nancy and Frank took turns. It was great. It was great. Awesome is this also would be great. Can you imagine Frank pelicans playing the organ was great talks on just me Use it was time for communion of like, You know, I'm seeing the same roam role with Zimmerman velvet tights and.

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"frank white" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"My town, my team a my time. The second baseman playing is entire career or the Kansas city royals, eighteen years and I love. The quote came from Reggie Jackson Frank White saved as many runs as I drove in. What was your proclivity? What drove your proclivity to being an outstanding Defensive Second Baseman Frank? I really wanted to be the best that ever played the game defensively when I came up I was a big Fan of the Baltimore Orioles, and they were strong pitching team, a strong defense team, and when they had bill glove Infield at Paulblanco blevins Centerfield and in a couple of pitchers. Jim Palmer was even go love a picture, so I I just really watch baby Johnson Watch Bobby Grits, and watch bolander and Brooks Robinson how they played the game and and need just in front Roberson was my favorite player, and he was a Baltimore Oriole so I just had. Had, to be one of those guys I wanNa want US guys that people look at defensively and say this guy can really play the game and so I just set my sights on on trying to be the best defensive player I, working with cookie roadhouse by going to win a ball and contain play, and and then my big break came when bobby regrets was a free agent. They went to California as a shop. And that's okay, but you gotTa make it happen. This is when you gotTA. Make it happen, so that's what I made seven errors in seventy seven and. I can tell you that that that string for six years I've been ended up with eight. One eight Golden Glove. Is there a strategy or is there a mindset to being a successful infielder? If the mindset I mean. Obviously, you gotTA HAVE A. The physical tools you gotTa have the hand eye coordination. You gotta be anticipate. There's some things you gotta have likely but I think that it all starts with How much work? You WanNa put in on defense and I. Think they're more guys today. Put more working on the office on the defense, and and when you get into championship situation than defensively been, let you down. to defense can help you pitcher and keeping close games, and you can win those games, but if you deep. Tight. Then you're gonNA. Lose those close games so I think players today. Defensive.

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"frank white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Y. P. C. mobile news on the level on the go quarterback thinks he made the right call partly to mostly cloudy overnight cloudy Tuesday with showers and storms likely afternoon some could be severe I'm Stan Lee here's what's trending this hour a week he'll never forget how colts coach Frank Reich describes last week's meeting with this team about racial inequality rob caller reports can't separate the player and a person and that's why coach Frank white decided to have his team not focus on football last week as protests continued around the state and the country is anyone listening work to go to at an incredible burden on your heart and now you go to work you're probably not going to be all there so we decided to hit the pause button he says it was important for the players and the entire colts franchise to have conversations and learn more about the issue of racism rob Connie ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news state regulators have authorized Indiana casinos story open June fifteenth Monday of next week both the state's thirteen commercial casinos and charity operations like church bingo they'll have to comply with rules and regulations for protecting employees and patrons from the corona virus a lot of voters chose mail in voting rather than crowding the polls last Tuesday reason enough to stick with that plan for the general election in November says Indianapolis mayor Joe Hogsett overwhelming response courage particularly in this stage of the doing everything we can to protect the public and obviously bye Dale is one profound.

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"frank white" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yards and more importantly hold the ball for nine minutes and nine seconds you talk pad at the top of that getting the crowd out of the game they have done that on their first drive in again for war movie with just what you want to do when you're visiting in the playoffs and so the Buffalo Bills Kenneth Davis saw the return of the ten yard line as well these thirty he new the Houston kicker Jake Davis gives the Bethany bills excellent field position with a thirty three yard kickoff return at buffalo's Frank white pants off straight ahead the third issue please the fifty yard line we've mentioned Frank right quickly giving you the offensive line will Wolford Howard battle the tackles Richard Parker the guards hold center Andre Reid James Lofton and Keith McKeller the receiving corps in Thurman Thomas behind Frank right gets the handoff running electric back behind the line of scrimmage that's a nice play by Sean Jones the right defensive end you may you mentioned this this Oilers team I think this is the best oiler team they've had the last five years and the reason I say that is their defense has played superbly and they played much better on the road five in three on the road this year I don't think it's as intimidating within the plan the road as it has been in years past don Beebe was injured last week in Houston is in the game now as a wide receiver he suffered a concussion last week there was some question as to whether or not he would play today as a buffalo needed another injury back to passes right on thirty five out of elected.

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"frank white" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:13 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And we're back with our final segment with Frank white author of the Cozma hypothesis and also the overview effect, Franken they other caller before the break was asked to gain about a letter that you sent about the ISS explain that one. Yeah. I was asked to write something to support movement, which was not mine movement. I didn't start it to nominate the international space station. For the Nobel peace prize. And so I wrote, and I I wrote the letter the note, and I put it in the book because my hypothesis which was to support the ISS because my point was that if we're going to have peace on earth. It's not an incremental thing. It's that shift in global consciousness that you, and I just talked about, and my point was that the ISS was the place where that shift was happening too, many citizens of the earth, and it was also bringing us and tenuously, visions and pictures and videos of the earth morbid and the astronauts are sharing the overview effect with us. So that was my rationale for it. All I know about it is it didn't win. I hope then in the future dug into jersey. Hi, douglas. Go ahead. Yes. Thank you, gentlemen. Gary good evening to you. I just trying to figure out I believe it was mister church you said and for you couple of weeks ago, you were doing Salt Lake City show, I believe and he had a guest the the whole evening. They were speaking of rockets and traveling to other places other than the moon and the space program had a gentleman from NASA. I can't recall the name right now. But he kept bringing up the catch twenty two zero. The further you go the more fuel you need the more fuel you need the bigger the ship has to be to maintain carrying that much of a payload. So they're trying to figure out if they could make a fuel that is either going to be denser, and you get more bang for the buck or something that's gonna eat lighter. And then they can have more room and weight ratio for the ship itself contain the extra fuel, and I wonder if they're still working on that problem. And if so, you know, you know, where's it at if there if you should know and they're still working on new propulsion systems. Frank, aren't they? Yeah. I'm not an expert on the rockets side of things, but I do keep up with it. And I think the caller is right. As we go further and further the problem fuel is going to become bigger and bigger again. That's why the idea of using water as part of the fuel is important. I think they've started looking again at nuclear as a propulsion system, and as we get farther away from the earth. This is gonna be done a bigger topic because you'll has way as the caller mentioned, and that's very expensive. That's very expensive as you move farther and farther out into the solar system. Absolutely. Yeah. We either find a new way to create it or a new way to get it from the asteroids other celestial bodies out. Out there. Janet, Brooklyn, New York. Hi, jan. Hi, I two questions. I think I think we haven't gone. They told us years ago, not depend back because they were alliens living on their on the other side. Person my drugs that doesn't care what anybody says would doubt to the moon. What do you think they told us not to go back? I've always heard that possibility. You never know. You know, I've heard that. And that's all I can really say. Yeah. I've I've heard that too. Yeah. I mean, it's been it's been talked about. And I do know that one point I wrote a book on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence that was back in the nineties, and I do know that somebody from buzz Aldrin's office or his his grew got in touch with me because they wanted to have my book because he was writing a novel. And you know, it had something to do with extraterrestrials. I don't know if that ever came out, but you know, I wonder if his interest in that came from direct experience, I don't know. But. Who knows? I mean, it certainly is possible anything. Yeah. That's the problem, isn't it? I mean, that's the great thing about your show. Anything is possible. Once you once you raise it. That's right. But but the caller also Mexican point that maybe we have the president today who doesn't really care about the warning. Bersin Woodland Hills, California. Hi, bruce. Go ahead, sir. Thank you, George. Thank you. Sure. You know, I just have to make some statements here. I'm hearing all this stuff law technology trillions and trillions of dollars being spent on weapons wars. I mean this country in the history has been around about over two hundred forty years and those two hundred and forty years only sixteen years, we have not been involved in a war cheese. And the greatest women that we have right now, we don't need bombs are planes. The biggest killer in the United States right now is prescription drugs. Do just send over prescription drugs. Yeah. You're right about that. I think what happened here. We're really losing perspective. We got more problems right here on this planet than all the money. We're spending where six mass extinction right now. And that's a fact we're losing over three hundred species of animal plants and insects per day. The planet is dying. We're being bombarded with checks and geo engineering programs in the air, the soil water, we're getting diseases deadly diseases that are expanding exponentially going off, the charts cancers, Alzheimer's, heart disease. Now, they get laid roll out five G, and to be honest with my opinion biggest weapon we have in this country. That's being used against the American people is the mainstream media because they're covering up. All this truth. What's going on? We are not being told the truth. We don't know what's going on this country. And that's the biggest problem, and that's my opinion. Frankie's pointed. He's he spot on many of those issues. Yeah. I mean, there's no question that we have significant challenges on the earth one of them Cortin things about space exploration important aspects of it. I agree that we can't see space exploration as a way to avoid our problems and to take the same mentality. So Mars that we have here on earth. I wrote a novel called decision that was it's a lot like the film the day the earth still and in the novel, the extraterrestrials contact us, and they say until you saw the following problems on earth..

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"frank white" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:57 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on WTVN

"And we're back with our final segment with Frank white author of the Cosma hypothesis and also the overview effect, Franken the other caller before the break was asked to gain about a letter that you sent about the ISS explain that one. Yeah. I was asked to write something to support moving which was not mine movement. I didn't start it to nominate the international space station. For the Nobel peace prize. And so I wrote, and I I wrote the letter the note, and I put it in the book because my hypothesis which was to support the ISS because my point was that if we're going to have peace on earth. It's not an incremental thing. It's that shift in global consciousness that you, and I just talked about, and my point was that the ISS was the place where that shift was happening too, many citizens of the earth, and it was also bringing us continuously, visions and pictures and videos of the earth more of and the astronauts are sharing the overview effect with us. So that was my rationale for it. All I know about it is it didn't win. I hope I then in the future dug into jersey. Hi, douglas. Go ahead. Yes. Thank you, gentlemen. Gary good evening to you. I I'm just trying to figure out I believe it was mister church who said and for you a couple of weeks ago, you were doing a Salt Lake City show, I believe and he had a guest of the whole evening. They were speaking of rockets and traveling to other places other than the moon and the space program had a gentleman from NASA can't recall the name right now. But he kept bringing up the catch twenty two theory. The further you go the more fuel you need the more fuel you need the bigger the ship has to be to maintain carrying that much of a payload. So they're trying to figure out if they could make a fuel that is either going to be denser, and you get more bang for the buck or something that's gonna be lighter, and then they can have more room and weight ratio for the ship itself. They they contain the extra fuel, and I wanna know if they're still working on that problem. And if so, you know, you know, where's that if they're if you should know and they're still working on new propulsion systems. Frank carthy. Yeah. I'm not an expert on the rockets by things, but I do keep up with it. And I think the caller is right. As we go further and further the problem fuel is going to become bigger and bigger again. That's why the idea of using water as part of the fuel is important. I think they've started looking again at nuclear as a propulsion system, and as we get farther away from the earth. This is gonna become a bigger topic because fuel has way as the caller mentioned, and that's very expensive. That's very expensive as you move farther and farther out into the solar system. Absolutely do. Yeah. We either find a new way to create it or a new way to get it from the asteroids other celestial bodies out. Out there. Janet, Brooklyn, New York. Hi, jan. I I quick questions. I I think I think really we haven't gone to the moon because they told us years ago to come back because they were alliens living on their on the other side. And when get a person my drugs that doesn't care what anybody says would go to the moon. What do you think they told us not to go back? I've always heard right possibility. You never know. You know, I've heard that. And that's all I can really say I've I've heard that too. Yeah. I mean, it's been it's been talked about. And I do know that one point I wrote a book on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence that was back in the nineties, and I do know that somebody from buzz Aldrin's office or his his grew got in touch with me because they wanted to have my book because he was writing a novel, and you know, it had something to do with extra terrestrial. I don't know if that ever came out, but you know, I wonder if his interest in that same director experience, I don't know. But. Who knows? I mean, it certainly is possible anything. Yeah. That's the problem, isn't it? I mean, that's the great thing about your show. Anything is possible. Once you once you raise it. That's right. But but the caller also Mexican point that maybe we have the president's day who doesn't really care about the warning. Bersin Woodland Hills, California. Hi, bruce. Go ahead, sir. Thank you, George. Thank you. Sure. You know, I just have to make some statements here. I'm hearing all this stuff. A log is technology trillions and trillions of dollars being spent on weapons wars. I mean this country in the history been around about over two hundred and forty years and those two hundred and forty years only sixteen years, we have not been involved in war. Jeez. And the greatest weapon that we have right now, we don't need bombs or planes. The biggest killer in the United States right now is prescription drugs. All you have to do just send over prescription drugs. Yeah. You're right about that. I think what's happened here. We're really losing perspective. We've got more problems right here on this planet than all the money. We're spending where six mass extinction right now. And that's a fact we're losing over three hundred species of animal plants and insects per day. The planet is dying. We're being bombarded with checks and geo engineering programs Tammany the air, the soil's water, we're getting diseases deadly diseases that are expanding exponentially going off, the charts cancers, Alzheimer's, heart disease. Any? And now, they get ready to roll out five G, and to be honest with my opinion biggest weapon we have in this country. That's being used against the American people is the mainstream media because they're covering up. All this truth. What's going on? We are not being told the truth. We don't know what's going on this country. And that's the biggest problem. And that's my opinion, you know, Frank pointed. He's he's spot on many of those issues. Yeah. I mean, there's no question that we have significant challenges on the earth. One of the Courtney things about space exploration. One of the important aspects of it. I agree that we can't see space exploration as a way to avoid our problems and to take the same mentality. So Mars that we have here on earth. I wrote a novel called decision earth. That was it's a lot like the film the day the earth does still and in the novel, the extraterrestrials contact us, and they say until you solve the following problems on earth. You can't go into outer space. And that was the decision vision was are we going to listen to them or it's a little bit. Like that other caller. Are we going to defy them and go go out into the solar system? Anyway. But I believe and I support people like Jeff visas who are building into their exploration plans. The idea that it has also be tied to resolution of terrestrial concerns. And that again is the whole point of the ogre bureau sack. I don't believe we can really tackle the challenges on earth without.

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"frank white" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on WTVN

"Coast to coast. We are back with Frank white will take calls with Frank next hour. His latest book is called the Cosma hypothesis, and we'll get into that Frank. Your take on the space force that the President Trump has proposed. What do you think? Well, I think that this raises a really big question. And in that sense. It's good that it's brought it out because. Many of us are interested in space exploration as a place where adversaries can cooperate as president Kennedy famously said in the sixties and the question about collaboration in exploring the solar system. Really does come down to what is the role of the military. And I believe that we're going to see the military the active in in space, exploration and development. They're already there. There are they have their own budget. And so they're definitely going to be there. And certainly the air force wanted to fill fulfill this role that President Trump has given to the space force. So what bothers me about it is the rhetoric that is required in order to to fundamentally support creation of new military branch. You know, you can't justify it. Or at least President Trump has in justified it on the basis of international collaboration in space. The justification is the threat from Russia and China, exactly. And so I do believe ace taste force could be very helpful. For humanity's expansion into the solar system because the military is great at operating in hostile environments and stay settlements will need protection. And all of these aspects of it are are positive. I'm just concerned as one who is advocating collaboration and the creation of a human space program that the the way in which it's justified doesn't really go in that direction. No. But it sounds like a necessity in terms of, you know, defending your country as we move more and more into higher technology. I I mean, I could see other nations taking out our satellites, for example in that would be devastating in all areas. If they did that Frank. Yeah. I mean, one of the things that's been pointed out by people who are really into the military aspect of this is that war on the earth. Which of course, we'd love to eliminate if we could but war on the earth depends, very very heavily on space, not not necessarily having humans there, but satellites are critical, and you know, satellites are critical not just for war making. But just for everyday functioning now and so- defending those satellites, of course is very reasonable. You know policy decision. And again, I do believe it's a policy issue more than a military issue because at least in the United States, we still have civilian control of the military. So that the generals and the admirals and the people involved in the space force are are essentially gonna follow the policy that the administration puts out there. And of course. As we've discussed that that also you may change with with the every four years of election. So we'll have to see what the space force becomes. I think it's really early to tell. But you think it's a necessity. I think it probably is. I mean, I'm a little reluctant to call the space force necessity. Because again, the air force has a space command. And I think they would fill that role. I don't see any reason why we can't expand it through the air force, for example. Yeah. And I think I think the ultimate plan as far as I know is that space force will be to the air force. What the marines are to the navy? So I think it it's following a well worn path. And I think we do have some precedent for those a lot of people may not know if if you were in the service, you do but the marines are part of the navy. It's just another branch of the navy. Yeah. And it's it's got some autonomy, of course. And all of that is is part of our history. And I think that's automatically what space forces probably going to be. And they it makes a lot of sense because the airforce the airforce didn't just come to this this phenomenon. Last year. I mean, they've been involved in the space field for a long time. What do you think of going to the moon for mining purposes? And what's there to mine? Well. It's a very interesting question. One of the issues that I've been raising and one of the issues that I want the human space program to take a look at is is really the question of exploitation of other celestial bodies, what are going to be the rules around that. One of the things we know or we believe now based on some of our studies is there's water there. And of course, water is going to be important for any settlement. But it's also an important fuel. And so, you know, people have talked about people have talked about water on the moon being really important because then it can be used to move further into the solar system. And the question really is this what is going to be the balance between exploration and exploitation. Scientists are worried about things like drilling into the moon and the asteroids and terra forming Mars because it's going to change those those celestial bodies. And make it really impossible for science to study then in their pristine form, and so it's a really big question. And yet at the same time. When we talk about. Oh, Neil cylinders or Neil settlements. The whole point of. No, Neil stays habitat. Was that the moon or asteroids would be mind in order to use what they called extraterrestrial materials build these structures because it's just not economical to bring that material up from the earth. I just don't know how technologically they're going to be able to send a quick moment to an asteroid big enough to mine it then bring it back. I mean, we talking about shovels or huge trucks. Yeah. Well, I don't know the answer to that in the sense of you know, what does mining facilities are going to look like, but I do know one thing I have heard people talking about on the moon using three D printers. To create the mining capability. That's thanks. A lot of sense to me in in the sense that again, you can't you can't take a huge earthmover from the earth to the moon reasons off since it's it's impossible. But the Bill you're going to have to do some kind of in place building of the equipment. You know, there's a there's a company. There's a company that is headed by a guy named George cariballo and his whole vision is that we have to rethink this in the sense that we imagine sending a bunch of humans to the moon, and they're going to start building habitats and sending humans to Mars, and they're going to start building domes for people. And his whole ideas. No, we're going to send a fleet of robots. Equipped with artificial intelligence, and they're going to get things going and they're going to lay the groundwork. And humans are gonna come later when it's a whole lot more feasible, Nina, though, the human human physiology and. Fifty fifty years away Frank they have that kind of technology. No, I don't think. So I mean, I think it's it it may be a few years away. But we're we're seeing incredible advances in robotics artificial intelligence. So I think we're going to be seeing that happen very quickly. The other thing is as we see new space and the entrepreneurial space movement happened. I think this vision of a a first wave of robots. Going in preparing the ground for us. Is going to make sense to people, and I think they'll be investment in it. That's amazing. You don't Robert Zuber and bunny chance with the Mars society? Okay. He's he's going to be on the show next week. And he's a proponent interior forming Mars could take a long time. But do you think we should do that have create an atmosphere on Mars? So that one day humans can just live there without breathing machines. Well, you know, that's like the mining of the moon question. I'd like to I'd like to see a vigorous debate around that issue personally. I look at Mars in its current form. And I think it's beautiful. You know, I think aesthetically the planet has its own character integrity. The.

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"frank white" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Our special guest tonight Frank white Frank as a co founder of the overview institute and founder of the academy and space initiative, which launched at the framingham state university back in two thousand sixteen and has been involved in the human space program as well. Why does a recognized writer lecturer and expert source on a variety of space related topics, including the profound impact of the overview effect, which is the experience of seeing the earth from orbit or the moon on humanity's perceptions of our home world in our own place in the cosmos. His latest work is called the Cosma hypothesis implications of the overview effect, which he wrote some time ago. Frank, welcome to the program looking forward to this with you. Thank you, George. I'm happy to be here. I love space Frank. I just love every aspect of it. I always have since I was a little kid wanted to be an astronaut like so many of us did growing up in the sixties just mazing thing. How'd you get involved in all this? Well, my first cousin with whom I grew up in Mississippi tells me that I started talking about leaving planet earth when I was five years old. I have to say I don't recall that. However, I have no reason to doubt it, and I do remember when my dad was in the army, and we lived in Germany. My mother gave me a little book of astronomy calls stars. And it blew my mind. That's the only way to put it. I just I thought. Wow. This is so interesting what's out there? And I want to know more about it. I want to be part of it. And like you I wanted to be an astronaut and that would be the best career of all. But over time, I was seeking a way into space exploration that really played to my strengths which were not math science and the hard sciences, but more the social sciences and humanities. You know? Interestingly enough given Jeff visas making his big announcement yesterday..

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"frank white" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Also, if I could just add I listen, the bath of the book, there's another Email address they can use. It's called possumus theory one. It's been a spell that out for people to cause proportionate. Okay. Capital C O S A H E O R Y one at g mail dot com. It's just the number one. It's the number one number one. Okay. One of those, and I really do invite people to go to my website because there you can jump off and and order my books and also we're constantly posting new developments from owning the Cosma hypothesis Frank company books author now. Well, by my count. I think I'm up to fourteen. Wow. Some of them, you know, some of them Georgia co authored I co-authored to with Isaac Asimov and some of them are route relatively short. And you know, I have a book on artificial intelligence that is volume one I see that as a three volume work. But you know, I think I think fourteen of the things I've put on the internet or have been published by mainstream publishers would be about the right counts. What was it like working with Isaac? Oh, I wish we had a whole show to talk about that. Really? Yeah. I just wanna say briefly. I know we're short on time. I wanna say briefly that foreign accomplish famous person. He was amazingly nice to me and the two books. I wasn't actually hired to co-authors them. I consisted on it. Because he was so appreciative of the work that I did on those two. Oh, that's great. And it was a tremendous those to my career. And I just you know, I think he he was a wonderful guy was he the one with the rules of robotics. Yeah. That's him. Yeah. That robot shouldn't do this a robot? Can't do that. Yeah. What one day we may have to pull those rules out. Yeah. You know, a lot of people in the artificial intelligence community are really starting with those three laws and a little bit like Star Trek. It's amazing. How many people start dark socks when they're trying to figure out the laws of outer space Frank you, this is the first time on the program, but you are invited. Anytime you want my friend. Okay. Well, thank you, George. I've really enjoyed talking with you. And you had great questions, and I would love to come back and maybe with books fifteen about got that. Right. Just keep in touch with us. Frank white name of the box, the Cozma.

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"frank white" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

10:32 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome back to coast to coast. We are back with Frank white will take calls with Frank next hour. His latest book is called the Cosma hypothesis, and we'll get into that Frank. Your take on the space force that the President Trump has proposed. What do you think? Well. I think that this raises a really big question. And in that sense. It's good that it's brought it out because. Many of us are interested in space exploration as a place where adversaries can cooperate as president Kennedy famously said in the sixties and the question about collaboration in exploring the solar system. Really does come down to what is the role of the military. And I believe that we're going to see the military the active in in space, exploration and development. They're already there. There are they have their own budget. And so they're definitely going to be there. And certainly the air force wanted to fill fulfill this role that President Trump has given to the space force. So what bothers me about it is the rhetoric that is required in order to to fundamentally support creation of new military branch. You know, you can't justify it. Or at least President Trump has in justified it on the basis of international collaboration in space. The justification is threat from Russia and China, exactly. And so. I do believe ace taste force could be very helpful for humanity's expansion into the solar system because the military is great at operating in hostile environments and space settlements will need protection. And all of these aspects of it are are positive. I'm just concerned as one who is advocating collaboration and the creation of a human space program that the the way in which it's justified doesn't really go in that direction. No. But it sounds like an assess ity in terms of, you know, defending your country as we move more and more into higher technology. I I mean, I could see other nations taking out our satellites, for example in that would be devastating in all areas. If they did that Frank. Yeah. I mean, one of the things that's been pointed out by people who are really into the military aspect of this is that war on the earth. Which of course, we'd love to eliminate if we could but war on the earth depends, very very heavily on space, not not necessarily having humans there, but satellites are critical, and you know, satellites are critical not just for war making. But just for everyday functioning now and so- defending those satellites, of course is very reasonable. You know policy decision. And again, I do believe it's a policy issue more than a military issue because at least in the United States, we still have civilian control of the military. So that the generals and the admirals and the people involved in the space force are are essentially gonna follow the policy that the administration puts out there. And of course. As we've discussed that that also you may change with with the every four years of election. So we'll have to see what the space force becomes. I think it's really early to tell. But you think it's a necessity. I think it probably is. I mean, I'm a little reluctant to call the space force necessity. Because again, the air force has a space command. And I think they would fill that role. I don't see any reason why we can't expand it through the air force, for example. Yeah. I think I think the ultimate plan as far as I know is that space force will be to the air force. What the marines are to the navy? That's right. So I think it it's following a well worn path. And I think we do have some precedent for those a lot of people may not know if if you were in the service, you do but the marines are part of the navy. It's just another branch of the navy. Yeah. And it's it's got some on the, of course, and all of that is is part of our history. And I think that's alternately. What stays forces probably going to be and baby. It makes a lot of sense because the air force the air force didn't just come to this this phenomenon. Last year. I mean, they've been involved in the space field for a long time. What do you think of going to the moon for mining purposes? And what's there to mine? Well. It's a very interesting question. One of the issues that I've been raising and one of the issues that I want the human space program to take a look at is is really the question of exploitation of other celestial bodies, what are going to be the rules around that. One of the things we know or we believe now based on some of our studies there's water there. And of course, water is going to be important for any settlement. But it's also an important fuel. And so, you know, people have talked about people have talked about water on the moon being really important because then it can be used to move further into the solar system. And the question really is this what is going to be the balance between exploration and exploitation. Scientists are worried about things like drilling into the moon and the asteroids and terra forming Mars because it's going to change those those celestial bodies. And make it really impossible for science to study them in their pristine form. And so it's a really big question. And yet at the same time. When we talk about O'Neill cylinders or O'neil settlements the whole point of. No, Neil stays habitat. Was that the moon or asteroids would be mind in order to use what they called extraterrestrial materials build the structures because it's just not economical to bring that material up from the earth. I just don't know how technologically they're going to be able to send a quick moment to an asteroid big enough to mind it, then bring it back. I mean, we talking about shovels or huge trucks. Yeah. Well, I don't know the answer to that in the sense of you know, what those mining facilities are going to look like, but I do know one thing I have heard people talking about on the moon using three D printers. To create the mining capability. That's a lot of sense to me in in the sense that again, you you can't you can't take a huge earthmover from the earth to the moon reasons off it's impossible. But the Bill you're going to have to do some kind of in place building of the equipment. You know, there's a there's a company. There's a company that is headed by a guy named George cariballo and his whole vision is that we have to rethink this in the sense that we imagine sending a bunch of humans to the moon, and they're going to start building advocates and sending humans to Mars, and they're going to start building domes for people and his whole ideas. No, we're going to send a fleet of robots. Equipped with artificial intelligence, and they're going to get things going and they're going to lay the groundwork, and humans are gonna come later when it's a whole lot more feasible, Nina, VO, human human physiology and fifty away isn't a fifty years away. Frank to have that kind of technology. No, I don't think. So I mean, I think it's it it may be a few years away. But we're we're seeing incredible advances in robotics artificial intelligence. So I think we're going to be seeing that happen very quickly. The other thing is as we see new space in the entrepreneurial space movement happen. I think this vision of a I wave of robots. Going in preparing the ground for us is going to make sense to people, and I think they'll be investment in it. That's amazing. The you don't Robert Zuber bunny chance, he's with the Mars society. Okay. He's he's going to be on the show next week. And he's a proponent interior forming Mars could take a long time. But do you think we should do that have create an atmosphere on Mars? So that one day humans can just live there without breathing machines. Well, you know, that's like the mining of the moon question. I'd like to I'd like to see a vigorous debate around that issue personally. I look at Mars in its current form. And I think it's beautiful..

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"frank white" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:39 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Coast to coast. We are back with Frank white will take calls with Frank next hour. His latest book is called the Kuzma hypothesis, and we'll get into that. Frank. Your take on the space force that the President Trump has proposed. What do you think? Well. I think that this raises a really big question. And in that sense. It's good that it's brought it out because. Many of us are interested in space exploration as a place where adversaries can cooperate as president Kennedy famously said in the sixties and the question about collaboration in exploring the solar system. Really does come down to what is the role of the military. And I believe that we're going to see the military the active in in space, exploration and development. They're already there. There are they have their own budget. And so they're definitely going to be there. And certainly the air force wanted to fill fulfill this role that President Trump has given to the space force. So what bothers me about it is the rhetoric that is required in order to to fundamentally support creation of new military branch. You know, you can't justify it or at least President Trump as in justified it on the basis of international collaboration in space. The justification is the threat from Russia and China, exactly. And so. I do believe ace taste force could be very helpful for humanity's expansion into the solar system because the military is great at operating in hostile environments and stay settlements will need protection. And all of these aspects of it are are positive. I'm just concerned as one who is advocating collaboration and the creation of a human space program that the the way in which it's justified doesn't really go in that direction. No. But it sounds like an assess ity in terms of, you know, defending your country as we move more and more into higher technology. I mean, I could see other nations taking out our satellites, for example in that would be devastating in all areas. If they did that Frank. Yeah. I mean, one of the things that's been pointed out by people who are really into the military aspect of this is that war on the earth. Which of course, we'd love to eliminate if we could but war on the earth depends, very very heavily on space, not not necessarily having humans there, but satellites are critical, and you know, satellites are critical not just for war making. But just for everyday functioning now and sew defending those satellites, of course is very reasonable. You know policy decision. And again, I do believe it's a policy issue more than a military issue because at least in the United States, we still have civilian control of the military. So that the generals and the admirals and the people involved in the space force are are essentially gonna follow the policy that the administration puts out there. And of course. As we've discussed that that also you may change with the with the every four years of election. So we'll have to see what the space force becomes. I think it's really early to tell. But you think it's a necessity. I think it probably is. I mean, I'm a little reluctant to call the space force necessity. Because again, the air force has a space command. And I think they would fill that role. I don't see any reason why we can't expand it through the air force, for example. Yeah. And I think I think the ultimate plan as far as I know is that space force will be to the air force. What the marines are to the navy, right? So I think it it's following a well worn path. And I think we do have some precedent for those a lot of people may not know if if you were in the service, you do but the marines are part of the navy. It's just another branch of the navy. Yeah. And it's it's got some Tana me, of course. And all of that is is part of our history. And I think that's alternately what space forces probably going to be. And they makes a lot of sense because the air force the air force didn't just come to this this phenomenon. Last year. I mean, they've been involved in the space field for a long time. What do you think of going to the moon for mining purposes? And what's there to mine? Well. It's a very interesting question. One of the issues that I've been raising and one of the issues that I want the human space program to take a look at is is really the question of exploitation of other celestial bodies, what are going to be the rules around that. One of the things we know or we believe now based on some of our studies there's water there. And of course, water is going to be important for any settlement. But it's also an important fuel. And so, you know, people have talked about people have talked about water on the moon being really important because then it can be used to move further into the solar system. And the question really is this what is going to be the balance between exploration and exploitation. Scientists are worried about things like drilling into the moon and the asteroids and terra forming Mars because it's going to change those those celestial bodies. And make it really impossible for science to study them in their pristine form. And so it's a really big question. And yet at the same time. When we talk about. Oh, Neil cylinders or O'neil settlements. The whole point of a no Neil stays habitat. Was that the moon or asteroid would be mind in order to use what they called extraterrestrial materials build these structures because it just not economical to bring that material up from the earth? I just don't know how technologically they're going to be able to send a quick moment to an asteroid big enough to mind it, then bring it back. I mean, we talking about shovels or huge trucks. Yeah. Well, I don't know the answer to that in the sense of you know, what does mining facilities are going to look like, but I do know one thing I have heard people talking about on the moon using three D printers. To create the mining capability. That's thanks. A lot of sense to me in in the sense that again, you you can't you can't take a huge earthmover from the earth to the moon reasons. It's impossible. But the Bill you're going to have to do some kind of in place building of the equipment. You know? There's a there's a company. There's a company that is headed by a guy named George cariballo and his whole vision is that we have to rethink this in the sense that we imagine sending a bunch of humans to the moon, and they're going to start building Abba dads and sending humans to Mars, and they're going to start building domes for people and his whole ideas. No, we're going to send a fleet of robots. Equipped with artificial intelligence, and they're going to get things going and they're going to lay the groundwork. And humans are gonna come later when it's a whole lot more feasible, Nina, though, the human human physiology and. But isn't that like fifty isn't a fifty years away, Frank? They have that kind of technology. No, I don't think. So I mean, I think it's it it may be a few years away. But we're we're seeing incredible advances in robotics artificial intelligence. So I think we're going to be seeing that happen very quickly. The other thing is as we see new space and the entrepreneurial space movement happened. I think this vision of a a first wave of robots. Going in preparing the ground for us is going to make sense to people, and I think they'll be investment in it. That's amazing. You don't Robert Jubran bunny chance? He's with the Mars society. Okay. He's he's going to be on the show next week. And he's a proponent interior forming Mars could take a long time. But do you think we should do that have create an atmosphere on Mars? So that one day humans can just live there without breathing machines. Well, you know, that's like the mining of the moon question. I'd like to I'd like to see a vigorous debate around that issue personally. I look at Mars in its current form. And I think it's beautiful. You know, I think aesthetically the planet has its own carom character integrity. The way.

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"frank white" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Welcome back to coast to coast. We are back with Frank white will take calls with Frank next hour. His latest book is called the Kuzma hypothesis, and we'll get into that. Frank. Your take on the space force that the President Trump has proposed. What do you think? Well, I think that this raises a really big question. And in that sense. It's good that it's brought it out. Because many of us are interested in space exploration as a place where adversaries can cooperate as president Kennedy famously said in the sixties and the question about collaboration in exploring the solar system. Really does come down to what is the role of the military. And I believe that we're going to see the military the active in in space, exploration and development. They're already there. There are they have their own budget. And so they're definitely going to be there. And certainly the air force wanted to fill fulfill this role that President Trump has given to the space force. So what bothers me about it is the rhetoric that is required in order to to fundamentally support creation of a new military branch. You know, you can't justify it. Or at least President Trump has justified it on the basis of international collaboration in space. The justification is threat from Russia and China, exactly. And so I do believe a stays force could be very helpful for humanity's expansion into the solar system because the military is great at operating in hostile environments and stay settlements will need protection. And all of these aspects of it are are positive. I'm just concerned as one who is advocating collaboration and the creation of human space program that the the way in which justified doesn't really go in that direction..

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"frank white" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Tonight Frank white Frank as a co founder of the overview institute and founder of the academy and space initiative, which launched the framingham state university back in two thousand sixteen and has been involved in the human space program as well. Why does a recognized writer lecturer and experts source on a variety of space related topics, including the profound impact of the overview effect, which is the experience of seeing the earth from orbit or the moon on humanity's perceptions of our home world and our own place in the cosmos, his latest work, it's called the Cosma hypothesis implications of the overview effect, which he wrote some time ago. Frank, welcome to the program looking forward to this with you. Thank you, George. I'm happy to be here. I love space Frank. I just love every aspect of it. I always have since I was a little kid wanted to be an astronaut like so many of us did growing up in the sixties just mazing thing. How'd you get involved in all this? Well, my first cousin with whom I grew up in Mississippi tells me that I started talking about leaving planet earth when I was five years old. I have to say don't recall that. However, I have no reason to doubt it, and I do remember when my dad was in the army, and we lived in Germany. My mother gave me a little book of strana me called stars. And it blew my mind. That's the only way to put it. I just I thought. Wow. This is so interesting. But out there, and I want to know more about it. I want to be part of it. And like you I wanted to be an astronaut and that would be the best career of all. But over time, I was seeking a way into space exploration that really played to my strengths, which we're not mass science and the hard sciences, but more the social sciences and humanities. You know, interestingly enough given Jeff visas making his big announcement yesterday. His vision is that of Gerard KO. Neil who founded the space studies.

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"frank white" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free, eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype us Skype name George nine seven three one three sin, Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory next hour. Frank white joins us as we go out into space with some incredible stories. Absolutely riveting, are you a coast insider yet. I sure hope you are. But if you're not it's only fifteen cents a day, high Angelina. Redondo beach, and I love being coast to coast insider because I can chain in at any time of day. Hi, I'm Halil from Slidell, Louisiana, and I really like being an insider because of all the interesting information. Hi, this is I am from California. And I'm being coast insider because I listen to any show anytime anywhere, if I'm in the garden or in the kitchen and taking walk on the beach, and there's no more sleepless nights for me. It's amazing. Try try fifteen cents a day in you'll be able to download and podcast for grams. And listen to them whenever you want and build up your own library as well. Just go to Costa coast, AM dot com stem cell technology. Changing the way everybody is living, including this trips to the dermatologist can be expensive with that in mind, Dr Nathan Newman designed product from his vast knowledge of stem cell research. It is available without a doctor's prescription luminescence. Uses stem cell technology, not actual stem cells placed into a serum for application to problem. Areas on the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes. Here's Dr Newman to explain in the beginning, we were using adult stem cell technology for burns, and Alzheimer's and wounds. Healing these treatments. We've have skin was getting much better in the laboratory we went to look at how these cells tried to heal with found that they using chemical language to get together. And the chemical is what we've taken and put into the witness and product that we have purely the chemical language without the cells themselves.

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"frank white" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype used Skype name George nine seven three one three send Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west. This is coast to coast AM when George Noory next hour Frank white joins us as we go out in the space with some incredible stories. Absolutely riveting, are you a coast insider yet, I sure hope you are. But if you're not it's only fifteen cents a day. Hi, this is Angelina Redondo beach. And I love being coast to coast insider because I can chain in at any time of day. Hi, who you from Slidell, Louisiana, and I really like being an insider because of all the interesting information. Hi, this is I am from San Diego, California. And I love being coast insider because I can listen to any show anytime anywhere in the garden or in the kitchen taking walk on the beach. And there's no more sleepless nights for me. It's amazing try give it a try. It's fifteen cents a day and you'll be able to download podcasts programs. Listen to them whenever you want and build up your own library as well. Just go to coast to coast, AM dot com stem cell technology. Changing the way everybody is living including this trips to the dermatologist can be expensive with that. In mind, Dr Nathan Newman, designed a product from his vast knowledge of stem cell research is available without a doctor's. Prescription luminous uses stem cell technology, not actual stem cells placed into a serum for application to problem. Areas on the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes. Here's Dr Newman to explain in the beginning, we were using adult stem cell technology for burns, and Alzheimer's and wound healing these treatments. We come the skin was getting much better in the laboratory, we went to look at how these cells try to heal. We've found that they using chemical language to get together. And the chemical is what we've taken and put into the witness and product that we have purely the chemical anguish without the cells themselves.

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"frank white" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"And so it's kind of like stepping over tripwires trip by trip wire is also telling that this letter was sent not only by the chair of oversight. Not only by the chair of intelligence. But by a rep. Nadler who was the share of the judiciary angry? And so this is a kind of sub textual. There are lots of other things that are going on on the just the language saying, hey, knock it off. You know, this person is a witness was about to give testimony. But if we're thinking about this kind of subtle, shaded way, all sorts of other implications all sorts of messages you pick up right? And which the investigative committees came out together to warn about from from Frank white to the White House Gilani Cobb. Thank you for being here, shade it up ahead. Donald Trump's meeting with Putin the link to the Trump Tower meeting also Muller and the FBI concerns the deal J official who wrote Muller's rules here when we're back in just thirty seconds. You've heard the news. We've been talking about it tonight the FBI so concerned by Donald Trump's behavior in office. They began investigating whether he was literally working for Russia. The New York Times reporting all of this really got heated after Donald Trump's Russia thing comment to Lester Holt and firing James Komi, the actions here are of course, a pattern. You had a day after the Komi firing Russians in the Oval Office. No US press allowed and Trump says Kony's a nutjob and great pressure was taken off by the fire, and we also learned from floating the idea of giving Putin potentially a fifty million dollar penthouse had they built that Trump Tower in Moscow back in two thousand sixteen and he didn't hide his request to Russia on the campaign trail. Russia if you're listening. I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing I think you will probably be rewarded mightily, our press that was a huge deal when it happened. What we now know because of the Miller probe and the speaking indictments that he's released the Russians then made their first efforts to criminally hack, Hillary Clinton servers that day, and then you add to that over one hundred contacts between Trump's team in Russia linked operatives and the Trump team trying to cover up every single one of them, according to a Washington Post to count. I'll Trump also dropping sanctions on a Russian oligarch who is close to both Putin and Paul Manafort, if you're playing conspiracy, bingo Manafort, offering POSCO those private briefings as part of the twenty six tank campaign outreach these sanctions that were lifted were explicitly imposed and Trump defied his own US, military advisers and removing the US. Troops from Syria, which of course, also benefits Putin, and we also know that Russia interfered in the election and goes on to interfere and later midterm activity. But there has been very little action on that from Trump's administration. They haven't paid a price at least it's sufficient to get him to change their behavior. We're taking steps, but we're probably not doing enough. If we don't change the dynamic here is going to continue in two thousand sixteen won't be viewed as something isolated Trump casts himself as a straight fighter. So why doesn't America first self declared America first president not fight on Vladimir Putin's on the other side of the street. We just put it up the foreign adversary interfering in elections, Putin accused of killing critics and Trump never has a tough word for. If we have a good relationship with Russia. Believe me, that's a good thing getting along with Russia is a good thing. I think I could have a very good relationship with Russia and with President Putin. And if I did that would be a great thing. Getting along with Russia is a good thing. Not a bad thing. Not a bad thing. Well, let's bring in our guests as promise Neil Khatau's, a former US acting solicitor general and wrote the rules for this Muller probe mile widely. Former US attorney assistant who has a turn in the southern district. You look at the case late out there, of course, that goes to the suspicion. So the facts can be relevant to the investigators. When you look at these new reports, how do you think they relate to Muller's charge and where we're headed? You know, they're concert really gravely concerning, and I do think that they're exactly the types of things that Muller has been looking at for two years..

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