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02:06 min | Last month

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"Harm on myself and members of the African American community. It's the 9th time a church has been vandalized in the county since May, police chief of all Owen says 5 of the incidents happen at a Presbyterian Church just a couple of miles from here. And we will not be discouraged by your hatred, whoever you are. In gambles, John dome in WTO P news. NASA has unveiled a new batch of images from its new powerful space telescope, one of the views released is foamy blue and orange shot of a dying star. The first image from the James Webb Space Telescope unveiled yesterday was a jumble of distant galaxies that went deeper into the cosmos than humanity has ever seen. The images from the telescope today are expected to be more cosmic beauty shots, the latest images were released at an event at NASA's Goddard Space Center in greenbelt. We'll get a check of sports from George next. It's 1243. The following is a paid commercial message. This is bishop Michael burbidge of the Catholic diocese of Arlington. We can often feel that we exist in a silo that our lives like impact that what we do on a daily basis is unimportant. We convince ourselves that miracles and unforeseen events happen to others, not us. Not true. With the power of God, St. Paul, heal the man who was crippled at birth, which reminds us that miracles take place in God's time, not ours, with faith in the lord, it is never too late for us and those for whom we pray, to be healed, changed and transformed. In addition, remember that Lake St. Paul, the lord will use you and your compassion and kindness and generosity to work miracles in the lives of others, so they can walk in the newness of life of our risen lord. The new life he offers us each day. Okay, input. How is the hard drive already full? Jawan's Pilates studio converted to entirely virtual classes. But leading and editing sessions is stretching her too thin. It says render failed. But what I

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"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | Last month

"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

"Be able to take advantage of it for up to 5 years as long as they remain eligible. Michelle bash WTO news. Traffic and weather on the 8s to rich hunter in the WTO be traffic. I will start off in the district still cleaning up the crash outbound New York avenue just after South Dakota avenue again you squeeze by single file to left beyond that you're in good shape headed out toward 50 and eventually out toward the belly and beyond. If you're traveling inbound on New York avenue you're not affected. Rock creek Parkway remains closed between Virginia avenue and shoreham drive that due to a flooding of rock creek over its banks. They've also got beach drive closed between rock cliff Parkway and tilden street again due to flooding a no worry gentlemen when they will reopen best to avoid both at this point. Now if you're traveling in a Maryland a bowl of Washington Parkway near a southbound near the NASA Goddard Space Center exit, that crash out of the roadway maybe a brief tap of the brakes two 70 nor found the north of watkinsville road. We're getting by the crash single file to the right, 70 westbound issued west of route 17 miles toward the south mountain rest area near mallar 40, a tree down in the left lane sounds like state highways on the scene to assist. You didn't watch for a Maryland state police on the scene as well. If you're traveling on the inner loops about way in Virginia, the service roadway to Arlington boulevard, that has been closed for quite a while, clean up a previous vehicle fire. It's been extinguished. The on ramp from fairview park to go to the inner loop was also closed as part of that cleanup operation, three 95 south near duke street, that crash remains in a single right lane, rich hundred WTO traffic. Now to storm team four meteorologists, Chad Merrill. Showers and storms will continue to produce flash flooding this morning and then we will see a bit

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"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

"18 coming up in money news D.C.'s housing market is overvalued but not overpriced I'm Jeff claypool Another check on traffic and the forecast let's go over to one weekly through in the WTO traffic center Thanks Kyle with caution as you travel to and from this evening Still hearing reports of standing water in areas of the region If you're traveling northbound rock creek Parkway near Virginia avenue the right lane is reportedly flooding traffic is getting by safely staying to the left Continuing in the district first responders are still on the scene of a serious crash affecting traffic or access northbound third street tunnel at last check all traffic was forced to divert onto Massachusetts avenue waiting for the all clear there Heading into Maryland checking in on the Baltimore Washington Parkway the earlier crash northbound at NASA Goddard Space Center was blocking the right lane traffic is reportedly getting by We did have reports of the work zone northbound BW Parkway between 50 and Marilyn one 98 blocking the right lane Continuing into Virginia inner loop of the beltway heavy and extremely slow as you make your way from the dulles toll road toward the American legion bridge that's volume only the earlier crash we had on the outer loop of the beltway just before van dorn street had cleared the roadway along with delays Now fast forward I 95 the ramp heading toward woodbridge the broken down vehicle has cleared the roadway continuing southbound into Dale City however that crash blocking the left side of the roadway Check that the right side of the roadway the left lane is getting you by travelers are looking at at least a 5 mile backup And again this crash is southbound near the Dale City rest area In Virginia westbound 66 the ramp heading toward fairfax county Parkway look out for the broken down vehicle as the ramp reportedly narrows Metro wants you to ride confident with precautions like improved air filtration on buses and railcars ride easy knowing metros taking proactive measures to welcome back riders I'm owning Blythe WTO traffic Now to storm team forward let's check in with Brianna urban solo Any rain chances diminishing this afternoon and evening but we still are looking at the potential for light rain across.

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"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:41 min | 3 months ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

"8 Michael and son spring AC tuna for only $49 Traffic and weather on the 8s over to Monique Blythe in the WTO traffic center Thanks Kyle We're tracking quite a few incidents in the region at this time starting in Virginia on the outer loop of the beltway just before van dorn street we have crash activity blocking the left side of the roadway causing quite a stir onto I 95 That crash has actually clear looking at it in camera to the shoulder those delays are slowly beginning to ease rather quickly Continuing southbound 95 the ramp heading toward route one woodbridge we had the broken down vehicle blocking at least one traveling there and continuing the major event southbound in Dale City near the rest area we have the single left lane getting you by the crash response there That crash is causing quite a stir as travelers are looking at at least about a four mile backup Once you get to the activity the pace does improve once you're beyond it Express lanes are pointed in the northbound direction and will fast forward into Gainesville eastbound 66 near 29 We have reports of a crash there with response on the scene As you make your way into the district crossing the 14th street bridge delays are slowly beginning to recover D.C. two 95 still a little slow in each direction Authorities are still on the scene of the long-standing crash This is northbound in the third street tunnel at last report all traffic was diverting onto Massachusetts avenue If you're traveling northbound rock creek Parkway just after Virginia avenue the right lane is blocked with the standing water You want to stay to the left to get by Continuing on to the Baltimore Washington Parkway where delays are heavy just outside the capitol ballet northbound we do have reports of the crash with the single lane getting you by NASA Goddard Space Center continuing into Chevrolet northbound between 50 and one 98 at last report we had the mobile work zone blocking the right lane As you make your way to and from the eastern shore traveling to looking pretty good at last check when warnings were in effect crossing the bay bridge in each direction checking in in Queens town westbound route 50 near Maryland 18 at last report all traffic was stopped for the crash cleanup Can't find the new car you're looking for try a fits way used car Next to a new car a fits way car is best Visit fit small dot com for a good car and a safe car you can trust That's the 5th way I'm Monique Blythe WTO traffic Not a storm team four let's check in with Brianna Berman solo We'll continue to see light rain and showers throughout the rest of today and we could still see steady rate at times.

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"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

"And weather together on the aids to Monique glitter in the WTO traffic center crash cleanup is underway in Virginia and slowing down travel lengths is on the outer loop of the beltway in Springfield just before van dorn street we have the left side blocked with the crash cleanup travelers are looking at at least about a two mile back up southbound 95 heavy and slow as you make your way from lorton up to and across the aka Kwan We do have a disabled vehicle reported southbound at the ramp toward woodbridge This is route one exit one 61 look out for any block lanes there Continuing south into Dale City near the rest area we have crash activity with response on the scene And fast forward the earlier crash we had southbound in triangle near exit one 50 has cleared the roadway rather quickly in those delays are recovering nicely as well On the inner loop of the beltway in Virginia traffic is heavy and extremely slow as you make your way from two 67 toward the American legion bridge Heads up in Ashburn traveling westbound route 7 near Belmont rich road we have reports of flooding in the roadway keep an eye out as you make your way through the area In Arlington traveling northbound glib road the ramp heading toward westbound 66 we did have reports of crash activity along the left side waiting for the all clear there Eastbound 66 heavy and slow just kind of after nutley as you make your way toward the capitol beltway with nothing reported blocking As you make your way into the district across the 14th street bridge you are on the brakes and it will continue that way as you make your way toward the southeast freeway D.C. two 95 has remained a heavy and slow ride in each direction and crash clean up is still underway northbound third street tunnel at last report all traffic was diverting onto manassas Massachusetts avenue there with response again on the scene Traveling northbound rock creek Parkway just after Virginia avenue stay in the left wing to get by safely beyond the flooding in the right lane Heading into Maryland traffic is heavy and slow on both loops of the beltway as you make your way between two 14 and route 50 Nothing at reported blocking Green and green belt in northbound on the Baltimore Washington Parkway we did have crash activity reported near NASA Goddard Space Center the right lane was getting you by Continuing into Rockville northbound two 70 just before montrose road we have crash activity stay to the left to get beyond it For victims of drunk driving your grief is unique But you are not alone You always have a place at mad called the 24 hour victim helpline at 8 7 7 mad help or visit MADD dot org I'm Monique Blythe WTO traffic to storm team four meteorologist Brianna barman solo We still see the chance for steady rainfall at times throughout the rest of the day Our flooding concerns to the north and west persist And we've seen inches of rain this weekend.

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"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

"Up in your money Will social influencers fresh and D.C.'s tourism image I'm Jeff Gable Traffic and weather together on the 8th to Monique blazer in the WTO traffic center thanks joining delays are building in first responders are busy especially in Virginia starting on the outer loop of the beltway in Springfield just before van dorn street we've got crash activity blocking the left side of the roadway You can expect delays getting to and beyond the activity Heading southbound I 95 in triangle This is just before exit one 50 where we have crash responsible blocking the left lane and also the left lane of the express lanes which are pointed northbound That crash there is involving a pedestrian response is on the scene You can expect delays getting beyond the activity southbound check that northbound lanes appear to be moving at decent pace Now word of a new crash northbound 95 near Dale City car rest area that crashed there is blocking at least one travel lane Fast forward to Arlington northbound glebe road the ramp heading toward westbound I 66 stay to the right to get beyond the crash activity there In Rockville getting word of a crash northbound two 70 just before montrose road the right lane is blocked with the cleanup If you're traveling along the Baltimore Washington Parkway this is northbound reports the crash at NASA Goddard Space Center blocking the left side the right lane It's what's getting you buying Inside the district authorities are still on the scene of the long-standing crash there northbound third street tunnel traffic is still forced to divert onto Massachusetts avenue JP loop service centers keep you moving from oil changes entire rotations to filters and wipers to a full range of services visit jiffy Lu D.C. dot com free location near you I'm owning blighter WTO P traffic and now to storm team four meteorologist Brianna Berman solo We'll continue to see light rain and showers throughout the rest of today and we could still see steady rate at times It looks like we're seeing.

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"goddard space center" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"Then it was bombs away but it was just going straight into space early. Mercury emissions were all sub orbital meaning that while they did reach space they didn't have the proper velocity and trajectory to enter into an orbit. Red sounds provincially switched out for atlas missiles and early intercontinental ballistic missile which was powerful enough to achieve full orbital flight. There are a lot of technical differences between atlas redstone missiles but the tolling here remained largely the same. I mean bottom line. These are still modified weapons with space capsules. On their tips. The mercury castle itself was also primitive at least as far as spacecraft go the capsule single occupancy. Just enough space for one astronaut. There were relatively few controls. All things considered the capsule had jets for adjusting pitch role in your this really just changes. How the thing was oriented. There was also an external retro rocket. Pack for initiating reentry firing the retro rockets slowed the capsule dropping out for it. So all you could really do. Once in. Orbit was comeback down control systems inside and mercury capsule were minimal vast had joystick for controlling the crafts orientation and a button for firing the retro rockets. The rest of the controls were things like communications life. Support in mission status rockets are cooling all. But where's the math. The heavy lifting really comes down to launch tracking and reentry the launch site of things was completely handled by ground control. Redstone and atlas missiles were both guided via radio communications from ground control station. Astronauts weren't in control of that aspect of the mission at all the calculations for proper thrust and steering. Were already done at this point. Any fine adjustments were made on the fly by computer systems on the ground once in orbit things got a little bit more complicated ground control from injury. Missions was based in cape canaveral florida but it was really a global affair. Radar stations located around. The world tracked mercury capsules relying radio telemetry back to a communication center at goddard space center near washington. Dc that's also where computers make their first big entrance into our story. The largest computational task at least during active missions came down to tracking and predicting the capsules location. In general nasa already knew roughly where the mercury capsule would be at least in theory real world factors. Don't like to play nice with theory so it was crucial to track where the spaceship actually was an use that data to predict where it was headed there was also the ever-present risk of some type of disaster. Since space travel is not safe. Nasa had to monitor everything and be prepared for emergency. A complicating factor was how the mercury capsules landed. There was some initial plans to mount an airfoil on capsules allowing them to glide to the surface kind of like the space shuttle would eventually do in theory that meant you could even have a mercury capsule land back at cape canaveral itself that would make the trip a full circle and it would be really easy for ground control. But that ended up being candid impractical. Instead after reentering the atmosphere capsules deployed a parachute to slow down then splashed into the ocean..

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"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on WTOP

"Three ninety five inbound fourteenth street bridge currently all traffic is being diverted onto the northbound side of the GW parkway you are let off at exit ten C. to the northbound side of the GW parkway police are not letting traffic across currently the inbound fourteen street bridge callers to tell us portions of the freeway in both directions lanes are blocked periodically protesters on the freeway and then in both directions through the third street tunnel expect delays with also protesters occupying a couple the lanes throughout the duration of the third street tunnel north bound DC two ninety five right near Benning road earlier disabled vehicle now cleared from the roadway and traffic also still very slow over on the southbound side of I. two ninety five you are diverted off on the south capitol street a work zone is been set up so that causing issues on the southbound side of DC to ninety five in Maryland prince George's county on the capital beltway the interloper broaching Allentown road crash activity clear travel lanes available quiet on the capitol building over in Montgomery County still a bit slow southbound B. W. parkway he works on tree trimming that was set up right near a gate at the exit for the NASA Goddard Space Center think they've packed up for the daily the delays are a slowly shrinking if you will very expect a quite a bit of a slow down as you approach one ninety seven once you clear the capital beltway a better ride into the district no problems on ninety five in Maryland at the Chesapeake Bay bridge we saw three lanes heading eastbound to westbound and still about a mile and a half to leave as you head westbound route fifty two that westbound span no problems reporting either direction on route three oh one and a good ride across the nice mac Middleton break over in Virginia very slow southbound ninety five as expected we started to jam up approaching war in over the aka Kwan what your past one twenty three it is a better ride all the way down towards the Fredericksburg area totally different story over on the northbound side expect delays up through triangle often on delays all the way through lower in Newington and it does ease up just before this spring field interchange we do have the easy pass lanes pointed in the northbound direction curbside delivery since nineteen fifty five VanMeter is been delivering homes for sixty five years they thought they'd seen it all today everything is changed except their commitment to the community visit van metre homes dot com slash curbside Steve Dresner WTOP traffic and now this storm team four meteorologist Breanna Berman solo sunshine today clouds tomorrow in a little bit of rain in the mix as well it looks like there is more sunshine today than tomorrow.

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"goddard space center" Discussed on Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

"It's time for the news. Delete delete delete. I still don't buy it. I'm not sure there's anything else I can say to convince you. Otherwise that's why. I think we should go in so you can see for yourself. Fine you win. I still think all these so-called facts hitting me with just a deep seated government conspiracy to hide the truth really. The moon is made of cheese. Hey man weird things have happened. You've seen some of the Shit we've covered on here true but nevertheless computer and of course for Luna Prime the Moon Cools Laden to curb your enthusiasm. I enlisted an expert to help me convince you while we're in transit. She's a former press secretary of NASA. So I say she knows thing or to say so. Put Her on Hayling. Now welcome back dimension hoppers to the anti-matter minute a dimension. Where the minutes of the day matter about as much as the tick Tock influencers we see on social media APPS. I'm Joba fighting the good fight and with me as always on Ripley Scour the Galaxy Scott and you're listening to close encounters of the slurred kind joining us. Today is a very special guest. That goes by the alias of Selene. Starbucks she is the former press secretary of NASA and operates within the Advanced Tech Department. So lean welcome aboard. We are thrilled to have you. How are you doing? Hey thank you for doing very well. Awesome so tells about yourself. How did you get mixed up in NASA? You know what brought you into this world? We're just we're we're pumped. You're probably the most the most well. Can I say well and there's probably nothing I should say on here. I'M GONNA cut that out. Probably the most. Well knowledged person. We've ever had on the podcast before so we're really thrilled. Love to hear about your background so when I was in college I was extremely interested in science fiction on. That was mainly inspired by early introduction to the men in black series which is amazing not accurate it at but amazing and from there. I was just kind of you know searching the web for jobs as a senior in college and I came across a NASA internship chip and I saw the NASA meatball. And I was like this isn't real but I applied anyway. it was an unpaid internship and I- miraculously got it. I was a biology major. An economics major in college and then they were looking for someone for the CFO. Someone with a science background as well as a finance background I fit that description and then and was able to Get the job as it was. Actually Deputy Press Secretary and then acting press secretary so that was a good time well even though that was an unpaid internship. I think you're kind of being paid with having probably the coolest job on the planet so you were definitely being compensated in one way or another. I mean I would kill to just be a janitor at NASA and I think everyone listening. I mean yeah definitely was a risk but it was well worth it now. I am paid. That's not very go but some of the things I've done while at NASA as the deputy press secretary was if you've heard of the insight lander we landed on Mars in November of two thousand eighteen. So I helped with that. That was really cool Then I've also worked a lot with the administrator and just with General Communications in the administration. It's been a really exciting time. Now that we are commercial crew program Called the artist program So Yeah No. It's a really exciting time at NASA and that is awesome. I can't I can't imagine they're being very many not exciting times at NASA. Sure what you get into the nitty gritty and it becomes more like daily job. You know every day you find mundane things need to go through the routine and I'm sure eventually becomes kind of like that but God sitting where I am. I can't imagine ever having a boring day. That's crazy Joba You know when you would be gender at NASA. I'm sure you would eventually get Sick of people puking in the flight simulator. That is true and you know I did hear that. Those zero g Machines are no longer in operation. Is that right Selena. I don't know if that's true. Zero G THE SIMULATORS ZERO G simulator. Thing it's spins around like a frigging hammer. Is that not to say the big one is actually at Goddard Space Center. Uh Space Flight Center. Sorry And that's where they tested the Apollo astronauts. It is a huge machine and right now the machine is in this. This room with lots of Boxes yes it is not being used anymore. Okay okay well. I'd say it's a bummer. So hey there's one that's one area that I won't have to mop up Ripley. Gosh all right so I guess we'll take this way ripley. Why don't you Hit us off and start everything going. All right yeah. Let's start the interrogation. I mean The interview for stuff So the moon. Why are we going back? Especially if we've been there before I mean Jovan knows not to go back to any place. He's come Come across before mostly. Because they don't want him back. It's not it's not. It's not totally. It's totally false. Good yeah well What's interesting actually is. We were over fifty years ago we visited the moon. A lot of people don't realize that it was fifty years ago wall. Nineteen seventy two was the last time we actually sent a human to the moon and so what that basically means is we had technology that was fifty years old that we were trying to discover you know the resources and the history of our celestial neighbor and just really weren't that well equipped so Looking at it now as as a twenty twenty American EAR. You're looking at the moon and you're like okay. Did we actually discover everything we needed to and Funny Enough and doesn't eighteen. We discovered that we didn't know everything about the moon. And actually we discovered water there. with L. Cross which is a mission that was scanning some of the Craters to see if there was ice or water ice. And that's what we found. The South Pole actually has the greatest amount of of water ice. And so that's kind of one of the motivation motivating factors of going back on. That's one reason is discovering what's left on the moon and what what we can discover about our own planet. That's there another reason is actually because our astronauts The two longest staying astronauts that have that have gone into space are Christina. Coke and Scott pelley Christina Coke. Spent only three hundred twenty days in Space Scott. Kelly actually spent three hundred forty days. So that's less than a year and So basically what that would that says about our knowledge of the human body and zero gravity that we don't really know a lot and so when we're looking to have these deep space exploration missions to Mars and beyond We don't know enough about the human body and how it's GonNa React in zero gravity environment to comfortably say. Hey you're gonna go to to Mars. Which is a six month journey? And you'RE GONNA be stuck in a space Vehicle for six months and then we don't know when we're going to bring you back so that's kind of one of the other risks that we're taking When we look at deep space exploration and were not comfortable enough with sending humans if it's if we don't know how their their body's going to react right now we know that bone density goes down when you're in space just due to lack of pressure and strain on the muscles We found that there are some issues with the intestines after awhile. I can't really speak to that because I honestly just didn't want to read the best of the information given to me about creating and blame you. It's pretty gross. But basically there's just so much about the human body that we don't know enough about and how it will react in space that that having that neighbor that's only three days a three day journey Away from Earth. That's how long it takes to get to. The Moon is three days there and then three days back It just a much better situation and we just feel a lot more comfortable mitigating risk by doing space travel to the moon. I and testing how the human body works. It's all it totally makes sense. You know. I guess they don't have life support systems. Kind of like to do and Star Trek flailing around going. Oh my God I've been out here too long. Oh Jesus phones are crippling so I guess that's not a thing yet Right and also just to kind of give you a real life example. Apollo thirteen those astronauts. Were extremely lucky that they were only going to the moon because I'm not sure if you're familiar with the story. But basically what happened is one of the oxygen tanks exploded due to just the contractor not totally paying attention to what they needed to and not getting all the information they needed to to to create a good oxygen tank exploded leaving Jim Level Jackson swaggart and Fred. Haise to have a quick escape into the landing module they were actually staying in the command module on their way to the moon and then two of the astronauts through going to go into the landing module. Because that's all it could sit So that oxygen tank exploded which led mission control in. Houston THE FAMOUS HOUSTON. We've got a problem comes from this And they basically had to fit all three astronauts into a landing module that was only designed to hold two astronauts for forty five hours so that was really really lucky and really quick. Thinking on Nasr's part they were able to change the plans of Not Landing to astronauts on the moon but actually just having a quick fly by and then bringing them back they were able to make that landing module lasts the astronauts about ninety hours which was super lucky. Like that's almost double the amount of time that is double the of time. Well that's not rocket scientists. Obviously that's cool. I mean it's so cool. They did that on the fly like they had a mission to head to sing these parameters place and then at the turn of a coin when they do. Things weren't gonNA go the way they plan they were able to like adjust things just in the nicot time right right so they were extremely lucky and so obviously that risk is is just lowered greatly I honestly think whoever was in charged in charge of the command module was probably pretty happy that they were all stuck together on the fly by. Because can you imagine going to the moon and then being told you the designated driver that had to to orbit while the other two actually got to go on the surface so again. I'm sure Ripley probably feels that way you know when I tell him I'm going to be designated driver of the Black Swirl. He's usually always wrong is so yeah you've never been the designated driver in your life. You're absolutely right so let's back up a second because actually had a question like how tidbit information..

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"goddard space center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And twenty two scientists at NASA's Goddard Space Center tell us about that in the eyes to what was your father whose participated in them doctor long minutes and now as a guard at sent out the invitation my father my mother and another lady by the name of metal road for went to this briefing they were twenty two scientists they looked at George's pictures they know all about them already they knew of the construct of the craft they knew how the electromagnetic energy work to have free energy to propel them and they were aware of the type of human pilots that were piling them as well as some of the conversation had to do with how many people from other planets are visiting us at any given period of time and my father wrote down a number and the scientists wrote down his number and they exchanged pieces of paper and they were practically the same number so satisfied that they were getting the real thing information wise and contact wise and of course that gives people something to think about that these people walk amongst us so they look just like you and I and they're not pulling off of funny rubber mask and looking like a reptile he loses all Hollywood to science fiction garbage is this type of after seeing this field has turned into over the many decades and so once again these people were seriously no with the information they had inside information and so and that those contacts developed into the seventies upon which my father and that our family started to order the first generation copies from Apollo and from the lunar over to programs and we got those copies via microphone incision eventually the prince themselves eighteen by fifteen house about pictures from Apollo that shows that activity on the moon it shows of course our craft going to the moon this notion that we never went to the the moon is ludicrously funny and then it's another one of these examples of of misdirection and over to convoluted and cloud this entire subject when you look at mercury and Gemini hi all this preparation for the space program and them the space walks by and white and so forth by the time we got to Apollo eleven and went on to and tanned shot to the moon you know ground based telescopes follow follow the mission the entire distance both professional and amateur across the entire planet and so you you have you know tens of thousands of people who witnessed this craft going from earth orbiting going through space and going to the moon you have pictures from the two hundred in jail observatory telescope up here in mount Palomar of the landing site in the sea of tranquility and the equipment that was left in the crater including the later on Apollo missions with the lunar rover step in there and left on the ground and you look at the pictures and some of them I sent you as well of the moon in orbit with the lunar module from the lamb and you see thrice coming over the over the moon in a series of shots in which you can see the.

"goddard space center" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Glenn back in nineteen sixty seven there was a brief scene with a doctor Loman and twenty two scientists at NASA's Goddard Space Center tell us about that in the eyes to what was your father whose participated in them doctor long minutes and now as a guard at sent out the invitation my father my mother and another lady by the name of metal road for went to this briefing they were twenty two scientists they looked at George's pictures they know all about them already they knew the construct of the craft they know how the electromagnetic energy work to have free energy to propel them and they were aware of the type of human pilots that were piling them as well as some of the conversation had to do with how many people from other planets are visiting us at any given period of time and my father wrote down a number and the scientists wrote down his number and they exchanged pieces of paper and they were practically the same number so they were satisfied that they were getting the real thing information wise and contact wise and of course that gives people something to think about that these people walk amongst us so they look just like you and I know they're not pulling off the funny Bremer mask and looking like a reptile and he loses all Hollywood to science fiction garbage is this type of after seeing this field has turned into over the many decades and so once again these people were seriously no with the information they had inside information and so and that those contacts developed into the seventies upon which that my father and that our family started to order the first generation copies from Apollo and from the lunar over to programs and we got that those copies via microphylla decision eventually the prince themselves eighteen by fifteen.

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"goddard space center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Fat is bad for the fed is good for them and carbs are bad for them that's what turns out. so if you're if you seek truth. it's a big deal remember the the fraud with these things the university in the hockey stick and all that that that thing scientists to forge data to support global warming. scenarios. if you don't think that scientists are human. that the great majority of scientists only care about what sciences I wish I wish that were true. read garden the astronomers thought Robert Jastrow eight a man I knew him as one of the most wonderful humans I ever knew. he was a big rustic vis a vis god. but he still wrote gardening astronomers there was a very very important little book. it was originally a piece in The New York Times magazine. you there my home a few times and I really really appreciate that ma'am he was the head of the Goddard Space Center NASA. big astronomer. and we wrote about how he was shot. at how many years of his fellow astronomers. were unhappy. when the Big Bang theory. of the beginning of the universe became widely accepted. any yes why would scientists every be on happy. the with with scientific data. that means that they have a vested interest. scientists having a vested interest in another scenario. you don't think scientists have a vested interest in global warming as a result of. human activity you don't think they have that your there's no money. country to the left lies about all these. scientists paid by corporations. all for ninety percent of the money for about ninety nine percent of the money. in it is in the hysteria. then then colleges fund you and being the government's fund you. you're a scientist who says wait a minute I am sorry of the data seems to suggest something else you don't have a job man. the way it works..

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"goddard space center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:10 min | 3 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on WTVN

"Through Friday, but I'm times even on the weekends. Sometimes on the weekends, you got one of those this morning. But yeah, we are. This is our hobby. We nerd out on law. We love politics rank amateur. And we you know throughout the week, go to court, and, and people have been accused of crimes alcohol drugs, sex and greed. We have six lawyers based here in Columbus. We hit about thirty counties regularly, and we've been doing this for twenty six years. So that is are plug general the this day in history? What do you think June sixteen anything of value happened in the world's history, June sixteen? I must say after an exhaustive search by found very little that would be of interest to our listeners, certainly. There are things that went on in places like Moldova Lithuania. But as for Americans, basically, I could say happy birthday to Adam Smith, who wrote the book, the wealth of nations, and seventeen seventy. Book explaining and defining the terms of capitalism is the seminal book on the subject, nineteen o nine the first US airplane sold commercially by Glenn Curtiss for five grand nineteen twenty two Henry Berliner big day for aviation. Her. Henry Berliner demonstrates his helicopter to the US bureau of 'aeronautics after questions of what the heck is kidding nineteen seventy seven former national socialist, scientists Verner von Braun who designed the v one v. Two rockets was captured, of course by the US and taken to Alabama to the Goddard Space center, and then he was instrumental in castration. Yes. Designing the rockets that took the astronauts to the moon in nineteen seventy seven Verner von Braun passed away. It's a German day. Yes, it is. And also two thousand seventeen on this day, President Trump re. Reinstates the travel restrictions to Cuba, that were loosened by the Obama administration, and we did it's a coupe. It Cuban day. We've already mentioned Cuba or could Gooding junior being arrested on, grabbing the left breast of a of a woman in front of his girlfriend right at a bar caught on TMZ teams. He has it on their website. We talked about this earlier in the show. They were talking about mastectomies apparently. But it has the, the contact us fee for purposes sexual gratification, and they get approved that beyond a reasonable doubt become a tough case. If you read anything on Cuba Gooding junior, it's not merely the contact. That's the crime that could be if he had in the purpose of sexual gratification. And they're able to show that purpose beyond a reasonable doubt to jury in New York, then Cuba has a big problem that convicted sex offender, and which in Ohio would be made at Torrey fifteen years. And if he was an Alabama and potentially looking to get out on parole, they're gonna get out on parole. We talked about this if you're just joining us. Alabama as law. That's four days, old now of chemical castration for men for men and only for any sex offenses committed against the minor. Underage thirteen. Here's what I found Geronimo was born in eighteen twenty nine I thought American tribal leader. That's all I got American tribal leader was he was he part of a particular tried. I think he was he died in nineteen. Oh nine. The Ford Motor Company company is incorporated in nineteen three IBM was founded in nineteen eleven. But it was called the computing tabulating recording company and indicate New York. C T, R, C, IBM, somehow, they got the computing, tabulating recording company and into New York became IBM de marketing division and around that time. And this is the seventy fifth anniversary of the execution of George Steny junior and fourteen years old. I wanna. Spend a minute on this. George was convicted of first degree murder of the of the of two girls in South Carolina, nineteen forty four who's African American. It was South Carolina. It's in the forties to white girls come up missing. They were later found bludgeoned to death. George was taken as a suspect, apparently confessed was arrested. He was held fifty miles away in Columbia, South Carolina because of the real risk of lynching and his trial was his death penalty case was heard eighty days later and his jury was all white because most blacks and South Carolina were still disenfranchised and prohibited from voting. They couldn't be selected as jurors and reports are almost a thousand people crowded the courtroom over the months of the trial over the weeks of the trial over the days of this murder trial. No one day including jury selection. One day, the jury took ten minutes to deliberate, his lawyer asked zero questions of any witness in the three accusers being the police officers that, that heard, this confession that was never reduced. Writing and they even gave conflicting accounts of what the confession actually was what he said, and they return a guilty verdict. The judge sentenced George to death by electric chair. There's no transcript of the trial. No appeal was filed against his nineteen forty four and on June sixteen nineteen forty four at seven thirty pm George was brought into the execution room. He was five foot one, they weighed ninety pounds. He was so small compared to the usual dull death row inmates. They had difficult time putting him on the frame of the electric chair where to get him up close enough to the electrodes. So they put him apparently before yellow pages were big. They put the bible on the chair, so they had George sit on a bible in order to fit properly into this chair. Here comes the mass now the mask is way too big for George because Georgia's. Five foot one and ninety pounds. And that first jolt of twenty four hunt first surge of electricity twenty four hundred volts surge trysofi. Georgia's mask comes off. He was dead and four minutes. He was fourteen years old. Can you believe that in no one asks, how a ninety year old can kill two two people? I'm sorry, ninety pound person can kill two women. Fourteen years old. Unbelievable is a stain upon our history. You know and so defense attorneys a wheat, Eric unite had a nasty jury Trump week or two ago. Some of the worst facts you can imagine. It afterwards, you talk to the jury, and they go, you know, how, how can you represent something like that. And we'll look our job is defense attorneys. It's up to you to decide guilt or innocence. But that's that's on you. It's up to the prosecutor to present their case to try to convince you that the main are woman is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, the judge's job, to make sure that everyone follows the rules. It's our job to make sure everyone's rights are protected and question. The evidence question the testimony in after all that you, still you still find beyond a reasonable doubt that I know my sleep, I looked great. Now you can be fairly certain now he'd be fairly certain. Right. And so our job is not to defend men or women who've done heinous acts or less heinous crimes. But to make sure that before the government throws the switch on a fourteen year old, their lawyers defense lawyers there that are going to challenge everything before that happens. Of course, the death penalty was just recently lifted for minors and in the United States Supreme court it just in the last two decades for juveniles. So that's our job, you know, defensive make sure I tell I tell my clients, I looked at truth, always tends to come out in the courtroom, if the prosecutor does his or her job the way they're supposed to the judge does his job or her job the way they're supposed to. And the detectives do their job the way they're supposed to will lose every time. Are we if the factor the right now? I mean it's just that the, the only time that, that defense tends to Brill is, if someone jumps to the conclusion makes the wrong assumptions brings in shoddy evidence brings in shaky testimony. What's have is a lot, right? Whether it's a, a sex assault, or a drunk driving case or something in the middle. But, but that, that's, that's let me get off my soapbox that. But fourteen happy birthday today to Phil Mickelson and.

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"goddard space center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Can you go on with Kimmel, please? Hello. Hello. Lee's comeback fast. We need you. Just because global warming is a hoax invented by the Chinese according to present global warming is a hoax, invented by George Michael and Andrew originally. Really? That he doesn't know climate change is responsible for extreme temperatures, including called is. He dum, okay, go here scares. This is amazing. This is this is Jimmy Kimmel. Has bought one of the most absurd. Truly absurd. Notions of my lifetime. Climate change is a responsible for freezing, weather and boiling weather. I think global warming it probably means extreme weather of all kinds. Right. Yes. So that's right. That's what that's what. So he these people are knowledgeable, and those of us who find the notion oxymoronic, we are the ignorant. We are the dumb. What does it mean? Let me let's analyze this firmament if the world is warming, then we should expect the warming to produce intense freezing as well. Maybe the world is freezing. And we should expect global warming as well. Now, I don't I am one hundred percent one hundred percent. Accepting of what is science. If science says to me, the globe is warming. It's warming science assignments. Scientists and science are not identical. Unfortunately. There is a vast amount of prejudice in scientists today. They are not robotic reporters of reality. Triple-r robotic reporters of reality. Regarding the astronomers by Robert jazz trio. One time head of the of the Goddard Space center at NASA. How he he was an agnostic, by the way. I knew him is a great, man. Actually, he was a great loss when he died. And he writes there he was stunned at how many of his fellow. Astronomers and we thought were disinterested. Scientists were in fact, very disturbed. When the belief that there was a big bang too cold in astronomy because they wanted to believe that the universe was always there. That way they didn't have to confront the cosmological question of who started the universe which suggests a God. So we are supposed to believe that no matter. What happens? It's all global warming. Well, then they really have their bases covered. Don't they if it's too cold global warming if it's too hot global warming? And if you disagree, you're a dummy. So there he goes calling the president a dummy his Jimmy Kimmel radiates intelligence, please continue. Or is he just pretending to beat up think we give them the benefit of the doubt. He's actually dumb..

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"goddard space center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The climatologists are leftist one must ridiculous comments. I've ever heard in my life. I think they come from all over the country midwest east coast, they're conservative liberals, moderates, they're mostly middle-aged who have a couple of kids center part there. I don't know where you're getting this idea. Did I say that climatologist were leftist? Did you make that up? You keep saying climatologist. And then you you you. The left. No, I cannot. Connect Chuck Todd with the left. I didn't say climate climatologists. Look you raise an issue that is worth addressing. But I have not set climatologists are leftist. I think that climatologists are human beings. And if you if you believe that all scientists are even the majority take positions on the most sensitive political issues of the day, solely based on science. I think your life. I think they're flawed human beings and week just like most people are and for scientists to go against the flow on this like the ones from Princeton an MIT at make videos for us means you're ostracized from your community. Your your funding is usually denied it takes a tremendous amount of courage to differ with the current orthodoxy on climate. The current orthodoxy on climate is Nate by people of all different political persuasions. You say about ninety percent and the person Mr. Lynch pin that you always coach is personal. Yes. Princeton for five years. So you're being dishonest by saying with Princeton. He's no longer with me. I'm talking about. MIT? Yeah. He's he's a professor emeritus. If that so I can't say that Alan Dershowitz at Harvard Law School because he's a professor emeritus. I didn't I didn't know. Okay. I'm happy to say was the leading climatologist in the country while at MIT, I'm happy to say that if you feel that that undermines my argument we differ. All I'm saying is that whether it's doctors or engineers or scientists they make their decisions based on the side. I wish that were true. I wish that were true. I don't believe it. I. I don't believe her when he okay. You have just narrowed it down to my doctor an oncologist has no political issue at hand. Correct. Okay. You know, how many documented pediatricians think it's okay to give your child no gender. Okay, pediatrician they're not treating their fraud. They're frauds. Those doctors those pediatricians who say the parents, it's okay, not to give your child that gender. They're frauds. They sicken science their abusers of children and their coal pediatricians. So I have a lower view of the of scientists than you, do you think they're holy. And that they only make decisions based on science. If they did they would differ with the current lie about gender, but they don't because they're weaklings like, plumbers and chiropractors and journalists and taxi drivers most human beings are week. That includes scientists. It's too bad. Scientists wired scientists against the UC San Diego, which says now that they have to have diversity in physics. Not the best people in physics diversity. It is better to have five women irrespective of credentials. That's their position. Scientists give me a break, folks. They're humans flawed humans and most of them are weaklings. Like most other people the human species is unimpressive. There are a handful of impressive people in every generation. Okay. That's the way it works. The record of scientists in eugenics stinks. Some scientists only care about science some. Most care about funding amick good reputation, just like most other people. It's sad to say most journalists don't give a damn about truth. And I'm not sure scientists in the climate field are on a higher level than most journalists. I'm not sure I don't know the ninety eight percent ninety seven percent figure is a fraud to it's a total fraud. Ninety eight percent of the first of all who the hell knows what ninety eight percent of scientists does that include oncologists Santa clued botanist. People say that they throw out this stuff as if some holiness to it. I'm telling you, I shouldn't have -cations. I came back like the bull charge the rodeo. Open the door, and I came out. That was it important call first call of the year was an important call and I wanna thank you for it. His trust that scientists are guided only by science regarding the astronomers by the late jut, Robert jazz drives the head of the Goddard Space center at NASA. And how how he writes about he was shocked to find how many of his fellow? Astronomers were guided by ideology more than science read the book, take you about two hours short book God and the astronomers and jazz drove is not a believer in God. I knew gesture personally to my home was a great, man. The very pre premature loss. He was he was a man of courage. Sheep. Most scientists are sheep just like most journalists that is the human condition. I don't I don't. I the nail that sticks out gets hammered in Japanese phrase. Scientists don't wanna.

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"goddard space center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mat-su everybody Dennis Prager here. Right. Stockton, california. Jeff the first call of the year zone because he disagrees with me see that. There's magic magic. Yeah. Your suggestion? The climatologists are left. This one must ridiculous comments. I've ever heard in my life. I think they come from all over the country midwest east coast, they're conservative liberals, moderates, they're mostly men who are middle age who have a couple of kids and our community. I don't know where you you're getting this idea. Did I say that climatologist were left? Assorted you make that up. You keep saying crime the, and then you you you. Net them with the left. Connect Chuck Todd with the left. I didn't say climate climatologists. It. Look you raised an issue that is worth addressing. But I have not set climatologists are leftist. I think that climatologist or human beings. And if you if you believe that all scientists are even the majority take positions on the most sensitive political issues of the day, solely based on science. I think your life. I think they're flawed human beings and week just like most people are and for scientists to go against the flow on this like the ones from Princeton and MIT at make videos for us means you're ostracized from your community. Your your funding is usually. Denied it takes a tremendous amount of courage to differ with the current orthodoxy on climate. Well, the current orthodoxy on climate is Nate by people of all different political persuasions at about ninety eight percent and the person Mr. limps attended you always is personnel. Yes. Princeton for five years. So you're being dishonest by saying with Princeton is no longer with. MIT? Yeah. He's a he's a professor emeritus. If that so I can't say Alan Dershowitz at Harvard Law School because he's a professor emeritus. I didn't I didn't know. Okay. I'm happy to say was the leading climatologist in the country while at MIT. I'm happy to say that if you feel that that undermines my argument we differ. All I'm saying is that whether it's doctors or engineers or scientists they make their decisions based on the side. I wish that were true. I wish that were true. I don't believe it. I. Don't believe talk through when he he's okay. You have just narrowed it down to my doctor and has no political issue at hand. Correct. Okay. You know, how many doctors pediatricians think it's okay to give your child no gender. Okay, pediatrician they're not treating Jimeta. They're frogs. They're frauds. Those doctors those pediatricians who say to parents, it's okay, not to give your child that gender. They're frauds. They sick in science their abusers of children, and their coal pediatricians. So I have a lower view of the of scientists, then you do you think they're holy? And that they only make decisions based on science. If they did they would differ with the current lie about gender, but they don't cause they're weaklings like, plumbers and chiropractors and journalists and taxi drivers most human beings are week. That includes scientists. It's too bad. Scientists aren't scientists against the UC San Diego, which says now that they have to have diversity in physics. Not the best people in physics diversity. It is better to have five women irrespective of credentials. That's their position. Scientists give me a break, folks. They're humans flawed humans and most of them are weaklings. Like most other people the human species is unimpressive. There are a handful of impressive people in every generation. Okay. That's the way it works. The record of scientists in eugenics stinks. Some scientists only care about science some. Most care about funding and a good reputation. Just like most other people. It's sad to say most journalists don't give a damn about truth. And I'm not sure scientists in the climate field are on a higher level than most journalists. I'm not sure I don't know the ninety eight percent ninety seven percent figure is a fraud to it's a total fraud. Ninety eight percent of the first of all who the hell knows what ninety eight percent of scientists does that include oncologist include botanist. People say that they throw out this stuff as if some holiness to it. William I'm telling you. I shouldn't have occasions. I came back like a bull charging the rodeo. Open that door, and I came out. That was it important call first call of the year was an important call and I wanna thank you for it. Is trust that scientists are guided only by science regarding the astronomers by the late jut, Robert jazz drives the head of the Goddard Space center at NASA. And how he writes about he was shocked to find how many of his fellow. Astronomers were guided by ideology more than science read, the book, take you about two hours a short book God and the astronomers and got gastro was not a believer in God. I knew gastro personally came to my home was a great, man. Very premature loss. He was he was a man of courage. Sheep. Most scientists are sheep just like most journalists that is the human condition. I don't I don't. I the nail that sticks out gets hammered data to Japanese phrase. Scientists don't wanna be nails that stick out that get hammered in..

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"goddard space center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:51 min | 3 years ago

"goddard space center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Everybody. Dennis Prager here. Right. Stockton, california. Jeff the first call of the year because he disagrees with me see that this magic magic. Yeah. Your suggestion? The climatologists leftist one must ridiculous comments. I've ever heard in my life. I think they come from all over the country midwest via east coast, they're conservative liberals, moderates, they're mostly men who are middle age who have a couple of kids and our community. I don't know where you you're getting the side. Yeah. Did I say that climatologists were leftist sorted you make that up? You keep saying climatologist. And then you you you. With the left. No, I cannot show. Collect Chuck Todd with the left. I didn't say climate climatologists. Look you raised an issue that is worth addressing. But I have not set climatologists leftist. I think that climatologists are human beings. And if you if you believe that all scientists or even the majority take positions on the most sensitive political issues of the day, solely based on science. I think your life. I think they're flawed human beings and week just like most people are and for scientists to go against the flow on this like the ones from Princeton and MIT at make videos for us means you're ostracized from your community. Your your funding is usually denied it takes a tremendous amount of courage to differ with the current orthodoxy on climate. Well, the current orthodoxy on climate is Nate by people of all different political persuasions at about ninety eight percent and the person Mr. Linson that you always. Personal. Yes. Princeton for five years. So you're being dishonest by saying with Princeton Walker with army. I'm talking about. MIT? Yeah. He's a he's a professor emeritus. If that so I can't say that Dershowitz at Harvard Law School because he's a professor emeritus. I didn't I didn't know. Okay. I'm happy to say was the leaving climatologist in the country while at MIT, I'm happy to say that if you feel that that undermines my argument we differ. All I'm saying is that whether it's doctors or engineers or scientists they make their decisions based on the side. I wish that were true. I wish that were true. I don't believe it. I. I believe when he he's not, okay. You have just narrowed it down to my doctor an oncologist has no political issue at hand. Correct. Okay. You know, how many docked Yemeni pediatricians think it's okay to give your child no gender. Okay, pediatrician they're not treating Jimeta. They're frauds. They're frauds. Those doctors those pediatricians who say to parents, it's okay, not to give your child that gender. They're frauds. They sicken science their abusers of children and their coal pediatricians. So I have a lower view of the of scientists, then you do you think they're holy? And that they only make decisions based on science. If they did they would differ with the current lie about gender, but they don't because they're weaklings like, plumbers and chiropractors and journalists and taxi drivers most human beings are week. That includes scientists. It's too bad. Scientists why aren't scientists against the UC San Diego, which says now that they have to have diversity in physics. Not the best people in physics diversity. It is better to have five women irrespective of credentials. That's their position. Scientists give me a break, folks. They're humans flawed humans and most of them are weaklings. Like most other people the human species is unimpressive. There are a handful of impressive people in every generation. Okay. That's the way it works. The record of scientists in eugenics stinks. Some scientists only care about science some. Most care about funding and a good reputation. Just like most other people. It's sad to say most journalists don't give a damn about truth. And I'm not sure scientists in the climate field are on a higher level than most journalists. I'm not sure I don't know the ninety eight percent ninety seven percent figure is a fraud to it's a total fraud. Ninety eight percent of first of all who the hell knows what ninety eight percent of scientists. The sat include on college. That include botanists. People say that they throw out this stuff as if there's some holiness to it. I'm telling you, I shouldn't have occasions. I came back like a bull charging the rodeo. Open that door, and I came out. That was it important call first call of the year was an important call and I wanna thank you for it. His trust that scientists are guided only by science regarding the astronomers by the late jet, Robert jazz, drives the head of the Goddard Space center NASA, and how he writes about he was shocked to find how many of his fellow. Astronomers were guided by more than science read the book take you about two hours short book God and the astronomers and get jazz. Drove was not a believer in God. I knew gesture personally came to my home was a great, man. The very pre and a premature loss. He he was he was a man of courage. Sheep. Most scientists are sheep just like most journalists that is the human condition. I don't I don't. I the nail that sticks out gets hammered at to Japanese phrase. Scientists don't.

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