17 Burst results for "Frank White"

"frank white" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Have you have more control over and you can kind of immerse yourself in it but i do appreciate that frank. Thank you so much for were <hes> coming on the podcast. This was this is an interesting discussion <hes> because you read about the overview fact and you talk to astronauts who have who have had such a thing to talk about someone who's thought top to someone who has thought about it so so deeply end from so many different sources has been very interesting frank. I really appreciate your time. It's been my pleasure. Is your thank you so much uh-huh bringing in the space hey thanks for sticking around really good conversation. We had with frank white today about the overview effect. He got to talk to a number of astronauts to really get inside their head about what it was like to be in orbit and look down at the earth from space ace. We've done that a few times on this podcast to talking to a number of astronauts about their biographies and about their time and space. They're all kinds of episodes across the board board <hes> you can listen to them in no particular order. I think one of the more recent ones at this point would be episode ninety eight withdrew morgan who is currently on the international space station. You can see a little bit. What about <hes> what he's going to expect now that he is in orbit. There's been a few astronauts. We've actually talk to after they've landed as well. You wanna check out more nasa podcasts. We have website for that. Nasa nasa dot gov slash podcast all across the board. If you want to know something other than human spaceflight. We've got that covered. If you have a question for this podcast go to any of our social media pages particularly the ones for the nasa johnson space center <hes> just use the hashtag ask nasa on any one of those platforms facebook twitter and instagram to submit. The idea for the show to make sure to mention is for houston. We have a guest. This episode was recorded on june eleventh. Two thousand nineteen thanks to alex perriman nor moran and pat ryan. Thanks to mr frank white for taking time out of his day to speak with us. We'll be back next week..

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"frank white" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

13:09 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"With Frank white was a space philosopher and love that type he doesn't have a thousand business cards made with that title on it he is absolutely messing up his website is Frank white all the dot com you can check them out on there I love talking space with them some of your other works when you talk about the over via fax I wanted to ask you about something else that was in the news it's the large amount of people million plus online that signed the petition that said they want to show up in rate area fifty one so they can find out all the secrets at area fifty one but this is actually an interesting topic that you covered in the overview effect which is if we were to engage other intelligent life what's the way we should engage them and how you would engage them and I wanted to get your thoughts on that because you know rating area fifty one that's silly obviously was meant to be a joke hopefully no one takes it seriously what the implications of being able to interact with intelligent life what what kind of thoughts you have on that well the opportunity is profound if we because I mean first of all it's just again the change in our own understanding of who we are we were able to interact with intelligent life intelligence civilizations who were observing the universe from another part of the universe just think of what we could learn from them and I believe that what's most critical about that would be you know being prepared for and I think we are preparing ourselves for I think there's a much higher level of awareness that this is a possible that this could happen at any time I think the people are beginning to imagine what it would be a lie and on the other hand you do have people who are worried about it their concern is that it would be a shock to our system yeah that you know we would no longer think of ourselves as the most intelligent species around and I know that could happen and I believe that's why preparation is the most important part of that in the sense that if we are prepared then we can be resilient we can respond and we can integrated and and actually maybe make incredible advancement for example we might learn something from them about Disney is that would help us without medical you know our with medical issues now it's highly unlikely they'd have the same biology we would but who knows interesting they might they might have a very advanced form of computing how that would move us forward or even space flight how yeah it's just like that one analogies that I can't I'm going to mess this up but I'll try anyway so let's say you run out of catch up and you're looking around for alternatives of what you're gonna put on your hot dog or whatever it is some people go into the pantry and look for things and some people going to the fridge but depending on where you store it people think differently some sometimes they want to go to an area in it it completely changes their options so if there were another civilization out there just a different way of thinking in the different options available to them may be enough to completely change our perspective on everything else what is our contribution to the universe which is the topic that I raised in my book across my hypothesis why are we here and what are we here to do I would love to have that dialogue with the different civilization on another you know in another star system and and that would be quite a philosophical dialogue and they might have insights that we don't have so I think the answer to your question is how should we approach it is there's a natural tendency to be afraid of what is the unknown and the other yeah on the other hand the opportunity is incredible and we've seen that right here on earth I mean if you've traveled at all to other countries you find wow these folks are different from me but once you get over that different nass you realize there there's a certain commonality and what everybody wants and needs out of life but also the difference makes it an exciting interaction one caution I would just raised Brian the challenge in communicating with such civilizations if they exist I believe this that they would need to be very close to us in space and in time in other words if they're very far away the communication with only travel at the speed of light so if they're five hundred light years away but very close to us an evolution their closeness in terms of social evolution is a good thing in terms of being able to understand one another but the distance would name the dialogue would be very hard now impossible almost you know think about everything else forgotten in our own history in that time frame we almost impossible we might even forget that we had a message out there to begin with that after that a one point yeah I've been quiet five hundred years would pass between communications and that was Asians would have moved on but the other side of the coin is if they're close they've been involving for many more years than we have when they have an interest in communicating with us would they what they have that where they have the technology with they have advanced technology that would be so different from ours the communication would be hard so now so these the salaries of planets have a talent like that twenty to thirty light years away are pretty exciting those ones are close enough where I say there's a chance there's inhabitable life on some of these planets so they give these can start to narrow down some of these regions in space where they can really target if that's the case you know it is a twenty year difference is not all that bad All Things Considered but like even if we look at our own technology you can take a car twenty years old from now it doesn't look out of place they're still on the road so we would at least be able to be in the same ballpark you know I I find all of these topics so fascinating and you have a great series of books out your latest was the because my hypothesis are you actually working on another one right now well I'm not working on a new book so much as I am working on the fourth edition of the overview affect how cool and yeah so I is this why you're in Houston yeah I would I was in Houston recently and it was really incredible because I interviewed ten astronauts while I was there and so that brought my total of interviews from thirty one to forty one which is great leave and I'm very grateful to NASA for allow you to do that but what was most interesting about it was that I interviewed three astronauts who were on the international space station at the time and in all the work I've done on an astronaut interviews I had never interviewed anyone while they were in the middle of the experience I'd always interviewed people afterwards when they came back now and that was the first and the great and are you why men I interviewed seven astronauts on the surface over a two day period and that was great that was really great too so yeah and I'm also beginning to look at setting up interviews with some of the new astronauts are going to be going on commercial space flight cool because I think that needs to be documented as well yeah I think so I'm back when we were looking at some of those photos and so many great one started to circulate it because of the Apollo eleven anniversary that just happened in the ones that really stood out to me we're the ones of Neil Armstrong buzz Aldrin they're getting into their suits knowing they're just about to go on to the the craft and head towards the moon their mission all the training everything's over their missions about to star in the I've no idea no idea if things are gonna work out the way that the around four in that look on their face it was just their their their look was it there's no other way to explain it by if it wasn't nervous it was this is the most important thing I'll ever do in my life that kind of look on his face so when you see these trainees down in Houston was the look on their face well the people I was interviewing most of them were veterans you know they had they had been they had been into space the seven astronauts interviewed who weren't on the international space station I think of them are still active for were still active astronauts had retired yeah I mean I think they have seen something none of us have seen and they've done something none of us have done and I find that so fascinating and one of the teams that kept coming out in my interviews in Houston really reflected other interviews I've done but they were quite compressed over two days was it's awfully hard to describe what we've seen yeah it's just really quite a challenge the astronauts also tend to have a desire that I have to which is for people like you and me to have that experience they they don't want to keep it for themselves because they think going back to my original point about if we had this shift in awareness it would help us to tackle the development goals of the U. N. because we have a more global awareness the astronauts come back feeling that it would be great for our world for the earth for more people to go into space huh if people wanted to check out your work in your different books and the just the things you're working on working they find it I have a website now called Frank white officer dot com right that's a really good start I'm starting to build that up and I'm beginning actually our first radio interview is on there how cool really it has great delay yeah yeah I enjoy I enjoy it so well yeah this one will be two issues than they've all white absolutely and I'm also working on creating a YouTube channel all B. grades well yeah you're gonna have to compete with all the conspiracy channels out there there's a million and a half of them yeah I don't know if I can meet with them unless I can come up with a conspiracy of my own but I'll tell you that my that I watch so many different you two videos you only need to watch one and then they start recommending a million other ones that are that people have a tremendous curiosity and appetite for this type of topic just like I do I do I love to watch it if I see something on there that space related and it's an interesting topic all watch it so you have just an unbelievable amount of knowledge in a way you can teach this I think people will love it you're doing the right thing it's it's good to share this knowledge you know one thing I said when I talked to the group at the New York space alliance of that was that everybody wants to be the hero of their own story you know that's a famous quote I don't know who first said that but for me I feel like the real heroes are the astronaut because they not only have done something that so few of us have done but going back to your point about Neil and buzz they are always in danger when they do this the space environment is not friendly to us so it's.

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"frank white" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

10:32 min | 1 year 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 Noetic with Jared Angaza

Noetic with Jared Angaza

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

"Are always remember our interconnectiveness two things. And I'm really grateful for the investment you've made in our lives in that regard you know one of the things you're saying is really a big part of what I learned in talking to astronauts is that you can't really have an understanding of self without an understanding of other that's Eurobond to Philosophy yes what is your other right. What is your other so for many? I think everyone enjoys feeling part of something larger than themselves and for many humans. It's the tribe and there's nothing wrong with that I play softball on eighteen of a Harvard teen and I love my tribe and we go out there and we battle we help. Nobody dies like he said at other those other people all all of whom everybody's from Harvard. Everybody works for Harvard but we divided into tribes right and we battle on the softball field. And then it's over and we're part of the same drive so The thing is that what we're trying to do is show. The largest tribe is humanity. And maybe it's even larger than that And I'm actually working with a brilliant writer. Dan Shapiro who teaches at Harvard. And he's written a book on the tribes of fact and he contrast the tribes fact with the overview effect and. He's done some profound work on that and I think the goal should be not to get rid of tribes but to understand after the battle. Oh you know we're all part of humanity and it's interesting too that shifted identity because the astronauts talk about it. When I I found myself in orbit I looked for home. I looked for Houston. Oh there's Houston and then the next door. Oh where's America? Oh there's there's North America and then I started looking and I was. I was anticipating Africa coming up. And you know Rusty Schweickart is the most profound writer about this or speaker about this and then then I realized you know my identity was with all of it the whole earth. Well you know. Dat is profound and it is a description of the overview effect because Rusty Schweickart knew who he was but he hit the other was fairly contained until he went into orbit and then it became very expansive. You have a couple of works coming out right now and I want to talk about that as we kind of. Come to a close here and there is A. Yeah and there's there's one sort of last question I wanna ask you as well one and I ask you that. And then we'll we'll get into some of the works that you've gotten our people can connect with you I believe that all of us are influencing others right. We're we're all influencing at some level and we're certainly some more than others and some Are Very deliberate about that influence or not. And I think we're we're influencing either way right. We we certainly know that as parents you have a tremendous platform of influence. And I think I know some of the answers to this question here but I'd like to hear your thoughts on it specifically what would you say is your When it comes to you understand that you'RE GONNA INFLUENCE PEOPLE. You're a deliberate man and you care about humanity and you care about how you influence people. What would you say at the end of the day? Is The influence you hope to have on in other people's lives? Well I think it's a two levels one individual the other social you know at the individual level. I want to encourage everyone to make a contribution larger small and not to feel that if you can't make an a huge contribution there's no point in trying. I mean as you pointed out. We're all influencing people all the time and I think to set out consciously to be a positive influence as a wonderful thing and I just want to encourage everyone listening to look at your life and if there's something you've been wanting to do or offer don't don't feel like you can't do it. Probably the only person holding you back is yourself and you never know how influential you might be either i. I spent many years feeling like I had failed in my mission. Jarred you know. I thought purview I wanted that book to start a revolution right then and there while it didn't it didn't start a revolution right than in there. It's beginning I think to have that happen. But you know we also have to credit the people that made overview and planetary and we have to credit overview institute a lot of other people who are helping to happen so that's one influence but I'd like to have any other influences social I do believe I do. Believe humanity's been brought to this point In order to make a larger contribution but I don't think it's guaranteed I think we're at a hinge point of history right now First of all to preserve the earth and to improve life on earth for everyone on the earth and then secondly to to do a better job in solar system So that we don't have to run backward in correct all the mistakes sleep made and you know You know we don't we don't have to make all those mistakes and the whole point of the Human Space Program project is to have the debate now with foresight rather than as we're doing with Columbus with hindsight absolutely that I mean that's the art of war. It's The sun sues. You know philosophy on that was hey connect with people you know understand their values and what drives them and understand. No what's motivating them align yourself in some way with that and figure out how to win the battle without ever having to have a fight if you fought if you have to have a fight a war you've already lost a lot of people didn't realize about sue wasn't just saying like how do you do war. Well he was saying how. How do you live well in a way that you don't have to War And I think that's relevant here too. It's like if we could have the intention now if we were diligent enough to set the intention now what we actually want this to look like in the the outcome that we want. That could be magical and you're right man so so many times in the past we haven't we just said let's go explore and annihilate an entire race unfortunately which we saw North America South America. So and even you know I did. I lived in ten years in Africa and I saw what colonialism did there and I remember when I when I was leaving. I said I wish that all of the corporations and the nonprofits the NGOs never would just leave Africa alone. They can figure this out. And there's something beautiful here that we're squelching and destroying just buy presents not to mention the way that business works around the world which keeps Africa crippled. We change the way we do. Business in the United States Africa could improve without us ever step foot on African soil. So these are things that we recognize now but had no idea when we just went in and infiltrated started taking and taking so man. I I think it's such an important perspective. Well we're we're coming to a close here. We'll certainly do another another round here. You and I am sure To to unpack some of these philosophies more but. I want to make sure that people do understand how to get connected with you into into be inspired by you as I have. I know you have the COSMO hypothesis which is out now and it's on audible to for you audible people like myself. I'm I'm really enjoying listening to it. And then the the singular what is that neo singularity. Is here your other book as well. Talk to me a little bit about that one. Because that's when we haven't we haven't talked about. Yeah well one of the ideas I developed in the overview effect and also in Cosma hypothesis is the idea that one thing humans do very well is great what I call. Overview systems and an overview system can consist of a planet of life living systems and human systems. But also. There's something else we are creating now. That's techno system and we have to also as redoing all of this examination of what we're up to. We have to look into fact. We've created this worldwide system of technology that also brings us together but at this point is bringing forth perhaps a new sentient life form which is artificial intelligence We're having a lot of trouble figuring out exactly what we've created here And just briefly what I would say is. I've I've just published the first volume of this book and I am bouncing off of the classic. The singularity is near by Ray Kurzweil. And he wrote that there may come a time in the future. When John Artificial General Intelligence will appear and then create a super intelligence which will essentially make humanity obsolete. And a lot of they. I work is looking at well. That happened in twenty thirty twenty forty five twenty fifty when will the singularity occur and I started writing this book asking myself when will the singularity a car but I realized something similar to what we're concerned about has already occurred? We have artificial intelligence. Be Coming more and more important to us to the point. Where if we were to decide to get rid of it. I'm not sure our society as it's currently constituted would survive and so many of the concerns we have about artificial intelligence in the future are right in front of us today. And that's what I call the neo. Singularity you know it's not quite thus singularity but it's a variant on it so I'm urging people to look at what is happening today and also going back to your point. We don't have to let artificial intelligence the threat it can be a partner in exploring the universe in the central project of exploring the universe. So that probably doesn't do justice to the Book but it gives you a little pricey of what's in it and the other good news is it's about a third as long as the overview effect right. We'll also be on audible very soon okay. Great excellent well Frank I've enjoyed this. And it's it's brought up a whole other line of questioning to which we can get into. But I appreciate you being on the show and I. Yeah I. There's some of your messages. Even you know I've experienced them in my own way. But it's great to hear you articulate kind of your intention behind those things. It's really beautiful and I see your life as you know in. Your work is made a tremendous impact on my life and certainly lots and lots and lots of others. I come across people on my discussions all the time. That were inspired by you as well. And you've inspired us to ask these deeper questions about who we are and why we're here and understand our interconnectedness. In the way that how we impact each other how we impact the universe you know. Are we calling is in space space? Colonizing us all those kinds of discussions back and forth that I think are just important in we. We get so caught up in our day to day stuff that we forget about this greater thing that's happening in in in our our relationship to that into the universe and I liked the idea of us being crew members of spaceship Earth. Not just passengers. That makes a Lotta sense and also speaks to our responsibility in the matter right When we we know our roles we can. We can do them. Well when we don't roles I think that's when we get chaos To recognize that we are a crew member. Not just a passive passenger makes that. That's an important difference in the discussion in perspective. I think all of this is profoundly important in our understanding of our interconnectedness. And my hope. That we we sort of we bolster more reverence of our interconnectedness as an effort to live in a more harmonious world. So thank you for inspiring us and challenge us to live in this deeper connection with one. Another the cosmos. It's been a pleasure to have you on Frank. I appreciate it. Thank.

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"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

Noetic with Jared Angaza

16:24 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

"The solar system in some why. It won't happen if we don't but we should have a balance and we should think ahead to some of these big issues. Like what if Elon? Musk and his Community on Mars discover primitive life. Now Carl Sagan said if we discover primitive life on Mars it should become off limits to human beings right then and there. You know I'd love to have a chat between Carl Sagan. Andy Lan must. I don't think they agree. I think you're right there. Yeah I'm a big fan of both of them. They have conflicting philosophies. Yes you know. I recently wrote a paper that I delivered at Harvard. Seminar in it was basically asking do planets have rights and I was serious about it. I mean we have expanded our notion of rights over a long long period of time to include marginalized people animals trees. Some people think the earth has rights. You know do we have the right to tariff on Mars. Does it have a right to be left alone? I just raise it as a question but I. I tried to answer it from the point of view of universal evolution and the COSMO hypothesis. The best. I've been able to come up with. Is that the reason. The Universe has supported us to become what we are which is a spacefaring species is to bring life intelligence and self-awareness to larger and larger portions of the universe. Or what I call Cozma and I don't know how to prove that's sweat. It is but I raised it as a question and I welcome others to say no no no. I can't I can't abide that. You know I don't think that's it. That's fine with me as long as you propose some alternative explanation you know. Yeah the the discussion is important. This is like what you're doing is you're saying we should. We should discuss this. It's important and we shouldn't go forward without discussing it. And I see you as someone that is pivotal in Facilitating that that very important discussion. You know it occurred to me recently. A big moment happened in human history and it wasn't so long ago Columbus Ohio decided not to have Columbus Day celebration. They headed people stay. Yes well. Why did that happen? Did Columbus do something bad last year? Well he's been dead for a long time he do anything. Our consciousness has changed and so we realized he was a great explorer but he was also a great exploiter. I just raise the question for space. Advocates you know we admire you. Elon. Musk and and and Jeff bezos everyone. Who's getting us out their bought five hundred years from now. How will we feel? It really depends on how we do it. And I don't want my descendants to look back on me and say you know he was part of something that I don't want to honor anymore It could happen. That's the snow. Hypothesis is looking at the bigger picture and thinking about our behavior in that in that context. And just one last thing jared. It may sound awfully ambitious for this to happen but until really recently and largely because of seeing the earth from space we just saw. The Earth is big huge thing that we could exploit or at least some human beings did not. All I mean ditches. People never saw that down but many many of our ancestors did and suddenly we're looking at the earth and saying wait a minute maybe we You know can't do this anymore so I think we could at least get to that point where the solar system because it concerns me that I think some people who are looking out at the solar system kind of see it as vast and You know something that can be used up and we we can just keep on going from there and that's a danger when we start realizing how infinite the universe is way. We can behave badly in such a large environment absolutely i. I love your connecting this discussion to colonialization in the past. And so what if? What if they had been more cognizant and well and then ultimately hopefully more intentional and deliberate in their ways of coming here and colonializing in whether it be Africa North America or South America? Whatever I think that's an important perspective to keep in mind because we're essentially doing out in space right we're saying we would like to explore these areas and we've seen what our exploration looks like. Unfortunately it gets pretty dirty sometimes And then having the conversation very important what you just described with Columbus Day what changed wasn't Columbus. It was the fact that we are having a discussion about it. Now and that has enlightened us two new concepts that we previously were unaware of You know for various reasons so I think that's that's really really important to facilitate these conversations. I mean ultimately. I'm facilitating conversation. That I think is important on this. Podcast in this is part of it Let's talk some about that on on on the show here. I talk a lot about indigenous wisdom. We have these examples. Throughout history of societies. The LAKOTA that lived in peace for hundreds of years and they lived in harmony with the land with each other and even they're fighting was was sort of a almost even humorous comparatively to what we have now. Because it was it was really just. Hey we're GONNA do this and we're going to have a bit of a disagreement we're going to do it with respect we're GonNa do it with honor. We hope nobody dies and like what a what a wonderful way to go into battle right. We see examples of this. There are examples of times that we've lived in more harmony. I look at society now an activist and I say okay. What what could what principles are we bringing forward you know? And then I hearken back to to the LAKOTA principles and the Dow in in some of these other things you and I've talked about in the principles of Jesus and how Jesus walked the earth and the and the the perspective that he was trying to give to us he said look. I've got a gift for you and it is a perspective. I hope you embrace it and don't destroy ourselves. I know you are you to be a spiritual man like myself and we talk a lot about that on our own time. How has your as you've gone on this journey as you've been cognizant of your role in this discussion and what you're contributing to discussion and the fact that you're contributing to even having a discussion at all? How does your own Spirituality and your your philosophies in in that regard Intertwine if you will with the overview effect your ear space philosophy and interesting question. Not Sure I have a very complete answer yet. it's funny I was sitting in Church one day. I go to an Episcopal Church. And the minister was talking about The comment that Jesus made about even as you have done it to the least of these my brothers you have done it to me and I was kind of to be honest drifting because I know that story and the minister said you know. There's a guy in our congregation. Frank White Who's actually written about this with the overview effect Because the the astronauts. They say we're all in this together and we have to treat each other well and that's what Jesus was saying. My point of saying this is. I hadn't really thought of that in the sense that you know I have. I have that knowledge from growing up in a Christian environment and then I had the overview effect knowledge but in a way I do think his point was very well taken In the sense that it it seems to me that most spiritual traditions do talk about the value of everyone on the planet the need to live in harmony with one another and with the planet And I think that that awareness in that that viewpoint has has carried me through and also I very explicitly did feel when I first had the idea of the overview effect and I wrote it in the book that what people living in space permanently would know is what philosophers systems theorist and religious or spiritual. Teachers have been trying to explain to us. Which is that everything is interconnected and interrelated and that of course is very Buddhist. Very Buddhist concept you know that is a place for spirituality and the overview effect idea come together in realizing the connectedness and oneness of everything You know I was I was watching TV program just the other day about the universe and it was basically scientific in its presentation but they did have one episode and it was called God and the universe and it was about The debate between theologians and scientists. You know do we need a creator to have this creation or can this creation emerge from nothing it was fascinating but without resolving that question? They did emphasize both scientists. And Theologians did see the connectedness of everything in the universe. The the reality everything does have everything is whole and One of the aspects of what the astronauts talked to me about that came up a lot was the realization that we live that the earth is a whole system where part of it and then the earth is a part of yet another system the solar system and the solar system is part of yet another whole system. You know the galaxy and so on you know this kind of increasing sense of whole impart and when you ask what is common to most religions or spiritual practices. It's a real realization of being part of something greater. You're a part of a whole and I don't really know if hole in holy come from the same root but that that feeling of yourself being part of something. Larger seems to me to be an aspect of overview experience and also an of spiritual experience absolutely. And that's very congruent. With my experience of all of this with you and your work as well I remember reading so I had this philosophy a boon to which has been a big philosophy and in my life about our interconnectedness and so on that was congruent. Obviously with the teachings of Jesus and so on I think you and I've talked a little bit about that ultimately what it does is it speaks to our interconnectiveness. I am who I am because of who we all ours the South African Philosophy And you know there's lots of layers in that discussion but suffice it to say I I was that was kind of my theme. You know I was the Abboud to guy and I was talking about that forever for fifteen twenty years and in the midst of that I found your work with the overview effect and then again the film overview and then planetary and so on all of our continued discussions so with that it added element for me into my discussion about interconnectedness that was really all about humans and then as I matured in that understanding. I recognize some of the more animistic elements of that like the the American Indians and their animism. See everything is having spirit. And that kind of lends itself to the discussion of our interconnectedness. But then when I heard about the overview effect I hear about these astronauts going out and the first thing they looked at when they are thought of when they look back at the Earth was. There's no borders. There's no racist there's nothing and that. Oh Man I remember I when it was actually when I saw the film. You know the visuals stuff had had a big impact on me and I felt like I was. I was very emotional. Suffice to say and my response to that interesting this is beautiful and this opened up At sorta gave words maybe to it and brought it to life even more real in my life The philosophies of Carl Sagan in my were beautiful yet still a theory all and in your work kind of brought it all home for me and I really appreciate that so that there is this innate element of interconnectedness. I in all of the work that you do and my philosophy as an activist has always been Even since I was young if I can help people to revere and I mean that in the real sense of the word revere not just to understand or appreciate it but to revere our innate interconnectedness how can we hurt other people. How can we hurt the earth? How can we heard another planet for that matter? And all of this speaks into the same philosophy that you're talking about in this overview philosophy. I think I feel like rather than fighting the symptoms which I spent a lot of my life. Doing you know poverty and war trafficking all the horrible things even global warming Those are symptoms of a skewed perspective and perspective that is not rooted in our in a reverence for our interconnectedness. When look at work like what you're doing and some of these other guys that you've mentioned you're making that real in our lives with your with your con- This conversation that you're holding his is making that making it. Real and relevant relevant is another another important word here so I really appreciate. How how your your work is helping people like myself even that so committed to the cause. You're inspiring me. Even more to recognize.

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"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

Noetic with Jared Angaza

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

"That's profoundly important because one of the aspects of spatial birth is the idea that we're all astronauts on spatial birth where the crew and Ron Garan says there are no passengers. You're all on the crew. You know he's right. So what a profound difference that is in our perception of ourselves and how we ought to behave and one of the big potential payoffs of the overview effect work would be if everyone saw themselves as crew members of spaceship Earth. We would behave differently. We would have to So that's one of the aspects of it another aspect though is a little broader than that. Even which is another moment that contributed my work was. I was finishing up the overview effect shortly after the challenger Disaster One one the shuttle blew up and maybe three or four days after that then There was a television show this week with David Brinkley. And they had Isaac Isaac Asimov along and they had what's his name Wolf Who wrote the right steps and They were talking about it. And George will said Mr Wolf have we been having rather banal reasons for exploring space like nonstick frying pans and and he said Yes Georgia actually right Our country is never had a philosophy of space exploration and I I was struck by that and I said yes. We don't really have a philosophy and underlying philosophy guiding us and I've been trying to develop a philosophy ever since and so that's important because a philosophy shapes how you do things. It's not just an abstract concept and I pointed out to people before people love Star Trek generally and they have an underlying philosophy. Behind what the starship enterprise crew members do and the most famous a aspect of it is the prime directive non interference in the evolution of other century species and they actually have Joe Luc Picard at one point. Say That that the prime.

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"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

Noetic with Jared Angaza

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

"Larry got it. He got in touch with me. He said this is the first time I've ever seen anybody explain why we should be exploring outer space. I get it. I want to publish it. You know two weeks later. He had an advance for me and the rest is history as they say but this focused energy remained with me because that summer of six was the rainiest summer we ever had in Boston. And it was like Seattle and everybody was bummed out and complaining. Couldn't go to the beach. They couldn't do anything and I was happy as a clam because I call it. Writers Weather You know when it's raining you don't really feel bad about being inside and I had a lot of writing to do. I guess the point of the story is when you have a mission when you when you feel like you're doing something that is for the greater good. You can accomplish a lot even without credentials or the usual elements that we think are necessary for success. Absolutely let's let's talk about the importance of this work. And I WANNA I wanNA look at what you've done with overview fact the ripple effect that that has caused and then looking at your work with your your latest book the cosmic hypothesis. Which which you sent me the other day and I'm halfway through and I cannot put it down. That's always telling you I'm enthralled with it and we'll we'll probably do another interview here talk more just to unpack that specifically but in the meantime let's talk just a little bit about. Why is this work important? Help US help us a little bit about that or help. Our audience to understand more about why the work of the overview in leading into the COSMA hypothesis is important. I want to read just a little bit here. Just from the description of the COZMA hypothesis. Why has the evolutionary process brought humanity to the brink of becoming space faring species and to look at us going to other planets and look at those concepts? I know that there's been a discussion for a long time kind of underneath things going on. You know why. Why do we need the space you know Steph? Why why all this space stuff going to other planets who cares? We've got things here on planet earth to worry about you know. Why aren't we worrying about this? And this you and I know that a lot of our inventions and things that make it easier for us to live in. This planet. Have become from our space exploration. You'll think. Microwaves tape and all kinds of things like that that we kind of take for granted not knowing that that came from our space exploration activities. So there's an underlying kind of element of value there but there's something more and I think what you've done for me you and some of the guys you've mentioned even Mitchell on some of these other guys have in this idea of space philosophy and I want to get into that here. It's made it to me. It's not just about like what can we invent to make our life a little easier on earth. It's what what does this tell us about who we are in our place in the universe and I know you've talked a lot about that So let's let's talk some about that because you're not a man on a mission to show people what are looks like from the mooner space. You're on a mission for for something far greater than that that really speaks to. Who are we and why are we here? And that's a lot of. Why do the You know the coaching work? That I do. And the and the and this podcast is very much centered around that concept of. Who Are we? We're here to talk to us a little bit about that. Well let me focus on two things. One is Identity and the other is the need the need for a new space. Philosophy Ron Garin one of the astronauts. I interviewed who spent a lot of time on the International Space Station. As used a terminology goes something like We're living lie. What he means by that is our experience of ourselves in the universe is that of our ancestors..

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"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

Noetic with Jared Angaza

17:57 min | 1 year ago

"frank white" Discussed on Noetic with Jared Angaza

"I believe humanity's been to this point in order to make a larger contribution but I don't think it's guaranteed I think we're at a hinge point of history right now First of all to preserve the earth and to improve life on earth for everyone on the earth and then secondly to to do a better job in solar system So that we don't have to run backward and correct all the mistakes leave nate and you know You know we don't we don't have to make all those mistakes and the whole point of the human space program. Project is to have the debate now with foresight rather than as we're doing with Columbus with hindsight this space for authentic conversations around indigenous wisdom consciousness and wonder we dance with the big questions like who are we. Why are we here? And how do we contribute to a more peaceful and harmonious society? How do we live authentically and fully alive? I want to thank you for joining me. And Reverence and gratitude today to explore the wonder of the spectacular cosmos that. We're all so fortunate to be a part of I'm jared in Gaza and this is no attic Today I've got a very special so for you This one is something that I've been waiting to do for a long time and this has been a big buildup Today I'm interviewing Frank White. He's been a longtime hero of mine and it's quite an honor to have him on the show today and I have so many questions and ideas and all kinds of things franken. I've been talking about for ages and wanted to have the chance to sit here and talk to him with you guys in front of this audience so you can hear some of the things that have inspired me along the way and my journey as well and frank has certainly inspired scores of people across the world especially in the space discussion and and the discussion of space philosophy. And I want to introduce him today. I'm going to read you a little bit about some of the things that he's done and we're just going to jump right into it because he has biography that is about a mile long and worth every little word of reading. So I WANNA get into it since. Really amazing stuff He's a longtime advocate of human space exploration. And that's what I know of. Most he's attended to space shuttle flight. He spoke to NASA employees at Marshall Flight Center in Nineteen Eighty Eight on the topic of the overview effect as a spin off of the space program. He's also served as a volunteer consultant. To President. Reagan's National Commission on space chaired by NASA director Thomas Paine and. He wrote a portion of the report. Frank is a Rhodes scholar he's authored or co authored. Numerous books Thirteen now I think on the topics ranging from space expiration to climate change to artificial intelligence frank's best known for his work the over on the overview effect Space Exploration and human evolution. And it's considered to be his seminal work in the field of space exploration. There's a film called the overview our overview based largely on his work. And it's had nearly eight million plays on video. I'm GONNA stop there because that is the video that I saw that. After reading the overview effect I saw the over I saw overview and thought they did such a great job of articulating some of the essence of the book. And it really moved me and I was so excited to see a piece of media coming out like that that could reach a younger audience and so on That maybe wouldn't have read the book or didn't know about the book or whatever and I felt like that kind of really pushed a lot of the discussion into the mainstream Which I think is so important Frank Spin behind the scenes on so many things over the years that have influenced our lives and I was excited to see some of that come into the forefront of the media and then after that came the full length film planetary which was also very very inspirational to me. I've talked about it a lot. It was a big inspiration from me doing this. Podcast couple of years ago Around the same time that I met Frank via phone and I actually have. We've never met face to face yet. But we've had scores of phone calls over the last year and I'll go ahead and say this too because who knows this might speak to someone to frank was just a hero of mine period. I was at I was reading this stuff. I was very inspired by him. And I thought man this guy's really impacted my life. Everything I talk about comes back to some discussion overview effect so I looked him up on the Harvard website found his email. Email them said. Hey I really appreciate your. I think I looked you up on facebook too and and connected with you there just as they have really appreciate you. That's it and that wasn't asking for anything and frank said. Hey we should talk and I thought wow you don't get to talk to your heroes that often. I'd love to initial conversation over the phone and then it's just been a budding friendship ever since and have had the opportunity to talk to frank about some of the stuff he's doing now and stuffy hopes to do here in the future and new books coming out and things like that so without further ado. I want to thank you. Frank for Coming in some time with me on the show thanks jared. It's great to be here. I'm glad you got in touch with me and You know when people get in touch. I do try to respond because I appreciate it. When people read my books or see the overview film and are inspired in some way and I feel like my life is really not only about writing more books but really supporting people who care about what I'm trying to say and I'm not sure I'm comfortable being a hero but I have to say I have my own heroes near the astronauts and there would be no book or review effect. None of that. If people hadn't risk their lives to go out into the universe and come back with this really profound message and I've called the overview effect a message from the universe to humanity about who we are where we are and where we're going so that's my life and it's it's really something bigger than myself it is actually. I think I'm part of a process of sharing that knowledge and I don't own it I didn't really start it. I'm really standing on the shoulders of giants as I believe it was Newton. Who said that and I again? I have my giants the astronauts and I have to say science fiction writers who also inspired me back as a kid to think about these things at a friend. That did this the other day and and I'm GonNa do it to you now because it was such a cool way to start off and he he asked me an interview. Who are your googlers? He and I both thought you can learn a lot about people from who it is that they admire. Who are they following and so on? So it's interesting you start it off. With that tell me a little bit about some of your Gurus and heroes people that you follow. That have inspired you to do the work that you do very good question well again. Going back to the Science fiction writers. You know Isaac Asimov was certainly one of them and he combined two of the interest that I have followed throughout my wife and that space exploration and robots or artificial intelligence. He put the two things together in some of his work. And so when I first started getting interested in space exploration. I believe one of the first books I read of science fiction was by Isaac Asimov but any case one of the first ones was definitely by him so it was quite a thrill when I was asked to Co Author. A couple of books with him and a lot of people are far more impressed with that than pack that. I wrote something called the overview effect that help you wrote a book with Isaac Asimov because there are astronauts ought also mentioned that he inspired them so definitely he would be one Big Fan on the spiritual side or true Guru Ramdas You probably know about him. Yeah so ramdas was a he was a professor at Harvard when I was a freshman and he wasn't called Ramdas At the time And I walked into the Freshmen Union. One morning to have breakfast and somebody said to me leary and Alpert just got fired and I said who are leary and Alpert. And they said there these two psychology professors. They've been giving undergraduates LSD. I know exactly who you're talking about. You know later on. He wrote a book called. Be here now which is really pretty profound and so I mean he. He in a way was grew for many years And you know I actually do have a strong spiritual life and I. I really have to include Jesus and Buddha in there Bet definitely. I've learned a lot from them and So they've certainly been gurus and then on the on the space exploration side there are so many astronauts who because they responded to me. They helped this book to happen. And there really are too many of them to To mention but I would mention Edgar Mitchell you know Edgar. Mitchell had one of the most profound experiences out there and he is one of the astronauts who came back and really struggled with a way to put it into a coherent philosophy and he also was very supportive of me from the beginning He was a founding member of the overview institute and I just admired his way of thinking about his experience and articulating it. And I've gone back over and over again. I've quoted him you know I'm quoted him because his precision in describing what happened to him out. There was so accurate and I think every time. I've reread my interview with him. I've learned something new. I'm big big fan of of Mitchell and for a lot of the probably the same reasons I felt like he. He's one of those ones that just said you know I had. I had a spiritual experience and I'm not. I'm not going to stop talking about it. I'M NOT GONNA stop exploring I. I was happy to see that he was really pushing that agenda in this space. Philosophy discussion and just space discussion in general And Yeah I followed him a lot and I probably would think that most of my entry into that into understanding him was through your work as well. I really appreciate his contribution to this discussion. You know it's interesting He tended to not say directly. It was ritual when he described it it sounded spiritual and when he went in. If you watch the overview film when he went NASC some people what they thought it experienced. They called it. Samadi which is a spiritual term so being a scientist and being interested in scientific explanations he tended not to call it a spiritual or religious experience but then when he described it. It certainly sounded that way. So very interesting Anyway you know I have to when we talk about people who made our contribution here. I really have to mention my mother who Gave me a little book called Stars when I was ten years old? It's a little book about astronomy still published and it really blew my mind. I just thought. Wow look at what's out there. I gotta find out more. And it's remarkable in the sense that I I'm hard put to say this but I hadn't really thought about planets and stars and things like that until I was ten and that book in. Oh and again you. You never quite know how you're going to influence someone or what. You're going what you're going to write that's going to influence on lawns So I guess I call my mother one of my groups in that sense. She knew what I needed at the time. That's right since you're there. Let me ask you this because I I'd like to go back a little bit and start with your first moments of kind of being swept away by the wonder of space in having started. You started to get that desire in you to to be to study that to be involved in that discussion and so on. I mean even if you were ten years old or whatever but to to look at like where did that love of the Space Discussion Come into your life. And what was it kind of welling up and you made. It seem so important all. I have to say my first cousin who I spent a lot of time with a child has told me you know that when I was three years old I was telling her you know and we're not going to be able to stay on this planet forever. We're going to have to leave and go live on other planets. And according to her I was talking about that as a little kid. Where did that come from? I have no idea And I don't remember it but I do remember what happened when I got that little book. Which is that. I immediately wanted to go out. Look at the night sky with binoculars. I was fascinated. Really I guess it started with. Strana me Learning about constellations learning about the planets wanting to look at them and again to me. What was exciting. Was the open ended ness of it if you will. There was no into the universe as far as I could see and therefore I could get involved in it at any level that I wanted to and on I mean minded on. Musk who one of the things. He says about what he's trying to do that. People don't quote very often. He says you know I'm just really excited to think about being a multi planet species and being out there and exploring the universe instead of just staying here on earth in waiting for some catastrophic event. I mean I'm not opposed to staying on the earth and I don't think it's a bad thing I mean in my book I write about people who will become stewards of the earth. Keep it going. It's a precious a place for us but I do get the idea of excitement and I think a lot of people are interested in space. Exploration are really responding to that excitement that we don't have to obey or stay with the old ways of doing things we can create new civilizations and new societies and new lifestyles And I just felt so much of that at the age of ten then that was one of the beginnings of that feeling and then another time..

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"frank white" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:30 min | 1 year 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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"frank white" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hundred nine six nine nine three five two we go to, the newsroom and. Chris transmits primary day in Florida polls will be. Open until seven. Pm the race for attorney general could become an all Tampa Bay affair former Hillsborough County Circuit Court judge Ashley moody is running for. The Republican nomination today against Pensacola state Representative, Frank white also Tampa state rep Sean Shaw's running in the. Democratic primary against lawyer and university of Tampa grad Ryan Torrance. The governor's, race appears to, be taking an ugly, last minute turn some. Philip Levine's campaign signs in Saint. Petersburg were found defaced with swastikas Levine's the former Miami Beach mayor running for the democratic nomination he says he won't. Notify police but says this kind. Of hate shows the state is ready for change President Trump is offering his condolences to the family of Senator John McCain At. A dinner with, Jellicoe leaders last night Trump made his first remarks about McCain since the longtime, Arizona Republican died on Saturday prompt said he, respected, McCain's, service, to, the. Country despite his contentious relationship with the former navy fighter pilot and Vietnam war hero on Chris trank man. NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a now let's check sports from the six. Twenty w DA sportscenter on. Their Jacobson the Gators in the Seminoles had their starting QB's Florida is named, Felipe, bay Franks they're starting quarterback, to begin, the season de'andre Francois beat out James Blackman for the opportunity, to start for. Number nineteen FSU in the season opener against Virginia. Tech September third. The raise tried to make it nine straight wins today when they go to Atlanta the face the Braves I paid seven thirty five. Odell Beckham junior has agreed to a five, year extension with the New York Giants it will make him..

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"frank white" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Water, has already hit Hawaii's, big, island now other communities braced for, the full effects, of hurricane lane we are concerned. About two things a, lot of rain and then increasing storm surge along with high ties received some very high tides in the afternoons when we're going to start seeing, the rain Honolulu mayor Kirk Caldwell officials telling folks to stay out of the water in part, because storm water, runoff that goes into the ocean could be. A health hazard, Arizona, Senator John McCain stopping his treatments for brain cancer Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the entire McCain, family is in his. Thoughts and prayers at this incredibly difficult our South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham close, friend of McCain's rights John. Wants his family friends and staff to understand how much he appreciates their, love care and kindness FOX's Jared Halpern Fox News we report you decide Lear, difference conservative, Frank white or, liberal, judge Ashley moody, moody, used to. Be democrat. And still acts like one today, Ashley moody. Personally, donated money to pro-abortion liberals then moody worked for pro-abortion. Liberals who tried to create a state income tax in Florida now moody is being funded by the same liberal donors who gave money to Clinton and. Obama Ashley moody even personally sued President Trump for fraud, helping liberals actually moody is not conservative she's a liberal trying to fool all of us that Frank white has the proven conservative record we can trust Frank white stood with, President Trump to outlaw sanctuary cities. In Florida white. Is one hundred percent pro life and white has the highest a plus rating from the NRA. Fray quite is the, tough, effective conservative we can trust beta. Looks nearing communication.

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"frank white" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It's going to take some fresh eyes to see it i did want to talk about the next club meeting is july eighth four the trump club and they're having some good speakers stephen moore is going to be speaking he's a writer an economic policy analyst brilliant he he founded and served as president of the club for growth from ninety nine to two thousand and four is the key is a chief economist at the heritage foundation and he has been member of the wall street journal editorial board and he's always on that show the wall street journal show whatever it's called the journal on fox but stephen is the senior economic contributor for free item works as well also speaking we'll be matt caldwell a republican member of the florida house of representatives representing the seventy ninth district and is a candidate for the agriculture commissioner of florida he's running because floridians need to have their second amendment rights natural resources and property protected as well as frank white a republican member of the florida house of representatives and a candidate for florida attorney general is a constitutional conservative hundred percent pro life as rated by the nra supports term limits defends the rule of law and supports the president's agenda so if you want to go to this you've got to rsvp for the meeting and i suggest you do that they're always at the palm beach kennel club and that's it if you have any questions regarding the meeting or the venue just send an email to tc that's trunk club tc fortyfive pbc palm beach county at outlook dot com and you should be able to get some information i'll see if i can get this up on my website at least i'll tweet it out so people can have an opportunity to see it's july eighth at the palm beach kennel club up now janai ninth july night palm beach kennel club see stephen moore frank white and matt caldwell at the trump club all right try to remember to say that a few more times before the date i just like the people who are involved in it more than anything so we have let's see what here we up here i'm gonna give the left a break and nominate you for the supreme court this is a joke with president trump is on the telephone saying this i'm going to give you the left you the left a break and nominee for the supreme court all we need are your college records your medical records a current licensed to practice law and a valid birth certificate who do you think's on the other end of the phone obama yeah yeah so we'll see come up with the documentation and now we got the the michael cohen interview that abc did off camera right you're not allowed to see the interview george stephanopoulos is going to see off camera and this is crazy i don't understand how this works yeah it's like he's gonna be very provocative stephanopoulos unless we forget george stephanopoulos worked for the clintons and a big supporter of the clintons actually set up the war room for bill clinton and actually went about threatening women who were trying to dump their info on the president bill clinton so this is getting crazy this is just crazy hopefully they will not i don't know hopefully this michael collins not as as naive as as some people think he is he said he he's he's not gonna stop going to betray his family not going to betray his country and he's not going to betray the president so i can i can only take him at his word but it's going to be very difficult for him to be in an interview with stephanopoulos asking questions recently with some stuff like with tom nardone i think it's kind of all over the place right now tom arnold made that up michael cohen denied that we're talking there's a picture of them together on find okay now here's a headline right now they kind of confused everything right now is michael gomez says family country not the president is his first loyalty right now so i don't know where this going yeah i kind of all over the place it breaks his silence i will not be a punching bag oh gosh we'll see they have like a million of his files so he's probably got to watch his proverbial back we'll be right back joints telephones latest video commentary on her blog eight fifty one click choice calvin show gut roofing have you've been putting off replacing.

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"frank white" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Now back to a just a little bit of begi because he doesn't have much time left either august 95 wallace forms a protege group of his own kind of like to pox doug life was called junior mafia mafia been an acronym stanford junior excuse me masters at finding intelligent attitudes to okay and those little forceful i did his pick mafia and like i we got a fucking come up with something to make this work masters i like that at what finding its attitudes fighting coletta suits what's the nih word finding infamous not as makes sense adrian as the also fuck it intelligent they release their debut album conspiracy the group consisted of his friends from childhood include rapper such as low cam low cease when on 'sola careers the record what gold a single it singles players anthem and get money both featuring wallace won gold and platinum walls continued to work with our be artist claverie with rmb groups one twelve on only you and total on can't see can you see both reaching the top twenty the hot one hundred by the end of 95 wallace was a top selling male solo artist an wrapper on the us pop and army charts in july 1985 he pier on the cover the source with the caption of the king of new york takes over a reference to his frank white alias from the 1990 filmed the king in new york the source awards in august 1995 he was named best new artist lyricist of the year live performer of the year debut album of the year at the billboard awards who was rap artist of the year men's gouge fucking sound crack like what to years before.

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"frank white" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on WEEI

"I dunno i feel like he's got such a mixed bag of of skeletons clearly there's some water stuff you don't know and i feel like around the league the for stretch perception of hymns very mixed where's the guy was frank white like he's not the sexy pick but he's also somebody that if you look at it he's a lake woomera coaching he was fantastic with with with peterson in philadelphia in terms of cultivating wins and then also now with falls and he's steady and i i would make the argument that above all else is probably not necessarily controversal but gandra lots number one thing they're like that whole thing depends on him but i would also say that as good as mcdaniel could be with with luck dan i i feel like frank right hit a bill do you to connect with a quarterback bike in reluctance during that he played a position that either seems like a daddy stable fit for neapolis and that's what they need i actually like the higher but i feel like it seems that we nationally that i've used them all noted uh a real poor near jordan watching these olympics i i don't know what i watch record with that's why they probably like i watch it and it's great in they're also athletes listen that except the curlers but that's about blue eyes personalities so i don't understand how you score this stuff i i don't get it like i ain't like sean reilly shanwei was great but the japanese guy was great too so house you like an idea the japanese geigy ninety six or something i don't understand how this is all scored i it's hard to watches over that knowing how the heck to score to really know what's great what's not that's why we like but all go than the who you know what happens in the end zone you know it is i i'm i'm a triple team dan i dunno i follow you like it's like how house here thing you take if you just enjoy it and appreciate what they're doing it's amazing the second you start to give all that it becomes for me super cloudy and some of the hockey or literally volunteer for patrolling but like the figure skating the snowboarding the skiing is great because you can see the time but it soon as you.

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"frank white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A guy that's out there because he was a head coach before the lions even though he failed there he's a personality in his own right so frank white kind of just got he did his press conferences every week but didn't get much i'm not saying credit because he does get a lot of credit from from carson he didn't get much attention learn get much attention that's the wanted to use he didn't really get much attention when you saw all that happened this year and then the coaches that they have with dog and jim swore surrounded by that situation jenny was brian had that w i t in philly uh brian a hammer here so you mentioned that petersen called the place he was the play caller for the eagles but at the same time i'm looking at frank reich is a guy that had a backup quarterback ready to roll i mean didn't really miss a beat what's the playoffs started assuming and again this is pretty dangerous here in indy but assuming andrew luck is ready to go what can frank reich do with a quarterback like andrew luck well i'm on looked at a fan of andrew lock i'm hoping he hogi comes back from this because it should go sad story i all because back bakken and does something special there with what he did to your point is exactly right you have carson winds and you have to kind of change your offense to bring back i hate to say it but a little bit of what chip kelly was doing with nichols to make them comfortable to you know get them ready for the super bowl the play off one and everything 'cause you saw what he looked like on christmas night against the raiders nick was horrid and wasn't much better in a onequarter game on new year's day which would didn't really matter but he didn't look great and then comes out and gets everything together just a couple of weeks later you've got to get frank way credit for that no matter what you say none.

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"frank white" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Now balked play keen like dawn frank white they saved my life is comparable the christ the way our sacrifice of resurrect flies the close to the sweater was i say that save was had three saved the day the back so they say they now damon albarn they say common sense todd day west abusive apple ooh see is your enough ceylon the pcb live jayne pulled won't be marked you'll swear by the federal thought data needs or he handled us baby is gone with tom i need muscle growth almost built with your digital left the use of john lewis i gave a bit busy go moi's dared represent the guy for this roaming got or you're a gutter gummy will gunnell kedo look new orleans villa acela god will bundle ask officially the got the guy nick and in this land with that i have been if the members gomel by the latvian the guys guys were had been no they had battered gus when young mayhem men they'll be reviewed the best i've been sold delilah the non will fatal the booth with on the foul nakazono did they sell jeff conflict and the other got no no this list what if the government not playoff of moslem up with probably is not impoverish the movement that won't be and then the other guy he'll be what if the government not off of moslem off it is not what steve kerr did not please solemn will be thought report missile defense if the more focused group will go god the illegal than with their leader glee party led the list by god by poverty while as latterday act.

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"frank white" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"frank white" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Now i feel like i know too much fuel you want to go back to have him in a guy who like i got to walk added here a not walk as cool as i did when i walked in i know you do knowledge on you will act on their knowledge sense than under knowledge brain too much of it then k what are you see we're going to go next absolutely i was assigned film gamco all oh yeah oh it was my number one number one drug lord frank white talk to me came of new york king of new york's very flashy fill it's funny mentioned that directed by abel ferrara from 1909 the strongest for walk in has frank white right yes just i just saw yesterday's otieno laurence fishburne david caruso while wesley snipes victor argos debauche emmy and a young john turturro hiding in there somewhere stupid chevy test tube assessment because he's at costly setting the drugs tests were puree this is on the second able for our movie i've seen after bad to tenet i expect to be grady kinda like by lieutenant like a gritty dan dirty very filthy and it wasn't like that earlier reminded me of like it really reminded me of them almost a 90s kathryn bigelow movie like it was in of holness to only cool like cool daddy i mean like and make a callous like a blood a blues a lot of nighttime shots in it wasn't it was crisp it wasn't a bled in like like i like about antenna was so too we are surprised us we were surprised that way couple of brazen public shootouts in the movie raisin.

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