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"houston kennedy" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

07:31 min | Last month

"houston kennedy" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Expedition sixty three crew aboard the space station. On that day. I joined millions watching. Live coverage of the spacex demo to mission on nasa tv it was an incredible milestone to behold the first ever commercial flight of astronauts to the space station for me it was also a workday. I sat on my couch. Monitoring social media and receiving updates from the near space operations control center or end sock at nasa's goddard space flight center in greenbelt maryland there nasa communications and navigation professionals empowered the mission with critical services necessary to launch and dock with the space station. I come myself very lucky to have had the opportunity to work on the first crude test flight as mission manager for d. m. too so where we experience and new era of human spaceflight human spaceflight communications and tracking network mission manager rosa avalos warren alongside then network director. New malik oversaw network services from the end sock a hub for nas near space network services throughout launch day. I received photos of her share on social media. She wore a blue mask. Diligently monitoring network systems from a suite of monitors to ensure the success and safety of demo to so as far goddard in human spaceflight communication and tracking network we integrate and network elements into comprehensive services for crude and also commercial cargo missions so by coordinating with the different network elements we provide data in voice communication between the crew and a spacecraft and so working with different teams to making sure that we track spacecraft accurately and then in case of an emergency we collaborate with eastern range part of the usa space force to perform independent ground-based orbit determination indie bend off of nominal operation conditions. So we're always ready for any type of contingency operations in along the side of that integrating search and rescue team which helps provide responsive location. Services launched communications services. Provided to both the boeing star liner and the spacex dragon are pretty similar navigation. Engineers at god's flight dynamics facility track the spacecraft on their ascent leveraging years of experience and technology development supporting the navigation needs of crude the search and rescue team monitors emergency beacons on the spacecraft in the event of a launch abort or other contingencies primary voice and data communications are handled by nasa constellation of tracking and data relay satellites or t dress these spacecraft relay communications between the crude vehicles and mission controllers across the country via terrestrial connections with teachers ground stations in las cruces new mexico and guam a us territory in the pacific ocean t juris as the primary communications provider to the international space station is central to the services. Provided all spacecraft visiting the orbiting laboratory need teacher services to successfully complete their missions. And it's a is that we provide a lot of our in space like customers like a lot of the cargo providers like northrop grumman with significance cargo flights. Do they provide the same services. It's just a different mission. Derek author matt serves as the deputy network director for human spaceflight having recently been promoted to that role from mission manager but prior to joining nasa. Derek worked on the commercial side of the commercial crew program started out in two thousand eight work in the iss program as rf test engineer on for their essang communication system that actually top tedious. So i've always had a rich background in mutations and services that goddard overseas and then in two thousand twelve i mom became actually a star. Honor employees for boeing. But i was the lead ground. Communications implementation engineering doing all the terrestrial. Communications between the boeing control center in houston kennedy where it launches a. We warm all bats so i was also a test engineer. Having experience on both sides of the commercial crew program equation gives derek a unique perspective. So i understand the programmatic and the design process from both a commercial perspective and a government perspective. So i understand like all the different Life cycle reviews and all the different reviews that the different the spacecraft designers have to go through by. But i also i understand the design of the spacecraft's as well from a technical perspective so like in communication systems. You know there's always. Two people involves the at that person providing it and yet the spacecraft receiving it and both after be properly configured for work properly. The services are engineers provide are crucial components of crude missions to the space station. The work of communications engineers like rosset and derek is helping lift these american companies to new heights. While fueling the commercial space economy as i watched the space x demo to mission send to the space station i had no idea the incredible commercial. Transformation my own program would undergo over the following months the space communications and navigation program is in the midst of a foundational shift. We're nasa turns to. Us private industry to provide the bulk of space communication services over the next two episodes of the podcast. We'll take a look at efforts to grow a commercial space communications marketplace in near earth space. We'll also look at the ways. That commercial industry will help. Nasa provide communication services to lunar missions. As nasa establishes a presence at the moon with the artist program just as the commercial crew program has fundamentally changed the paradigm for crewed missions to low earth orbit nurturing space communications marketplace will revolutionize the way nasa provides critical communications and navigation services. Stay tuned This commercialization focused season of the invisible network debuted in may of two thousand twenty one. Our next season will focus on the laser. Communications relay demonstration and debut after the launch of the mission. Later this year the podcast is produced by the space communications and navigation program or scan out of goddard space flight center in greenbelt maryland. Episodes were written and recorded by me. Danny baird with editorials support from catherine shower are public affairs. Officers are laura bleacher. Goddard's office of communications and catherine hamilton of the human exploration and operations mission directorate. Special thanks to barbara addie scan policy and strategic communications director rob garner daughter with team lead and all those who have lent their time talent and expertise to making the invisible network. A reality be sure to rate review and follow the show wherever you get your podcast. For transcripts of the episodes visit nasa dot gov slash invisible to learn more about the vital role that space communications plays in. Nasa's mission visit nasa dot gov slash scan and for more nasa podcast offerings visit nasa dot gov slash podcasts..

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on The Invisible Network

The Invisible Network

07:31 min | Last month

"houston kennedy" Discussed on The Invisible Network

"Expedition sixty three crew aboard the space station. On that day. I joined millions watching. Live coverage of the spacex demo to mission on nasa tv it was an incredible milestone to behold the first ever commercial flight of astronauts to the space station for me it was also a workday. I sat on my couch. Monitoring social media and receiving updates from the near space operations control center or end sock at nasa's goddard space flight center in greenbelt maryland there nasa communications and navigation professionals empowered the mission with critical services necessary to launch and dock with the space station. I come myself very lucky to have had the opportunity to work on the first crude test flight as mission manager for d. m. too so where we experience and new era of human spaceflight human spaceflight communications and tracking network mission manager rosa avalos warren alongside then network director. New malik oversaw network services from the end sock a hub for nasa near space network services throughout launch day. I received photos of her share on social media. She wore a blue mask. Diligently monitoring network systems from a suite of monitors to ensure the success and safety of demo to so as far goddard in human spaceflight communication and tracking network we integrate and network elements into comprehensive services for crude and also commercial cargo missions so by coordinating with the different network elements we provide data in voice communication between the crew and a spacecraft and so working with different teams to making sure that we track spacecraft accurately and then in case of an emergency we collaborate with eastern range part of the usa space force to perform independent ground-based orbit determination indie bend off of nominal operation conditions. So we're always ready for any type of contingency operations in along the side of that integrating search and rescue team which helps provide responsive location. Services launched communications services. Provided to both the boeing star liner and the spacex dragon are pretty similar navigation. Engineers at god's flight dynamics facility track the spacecraft on their ascent leveraging years of experience and technology development supporting the navigation needs of crude the search and rescue team monitors emergency beacons on the spacecraft in the event of a launch abort or other contingencies primary voice and data communications are handled by nasa constellation of tracking and data relay satellites or t dress these spacecraft relay communications between the crude vehicles and mission controllers across the country via terrestrial connections with teachers ground stations in las cruces new mexico and guam a us territory in the pacific ocean t juris as the primary communications provider to the international space station is central to the services. Provided all spacecraft visiting the orbiting laboratory need teacher services to successfully complete their missions. And it's a is that we provide a lot of our in space like customers like a lot of the cargo providers like Northrop grumman with significance basic says iran cargo flights. Do they provide the same services. It's just a different mission. Derek author matt serves as the deputy network director for human spaceflight having recently been promoted to that role from mission manager but prior to joining nasa derek on the commercial side of the commercial crew program started out in two thousand eight work in the iss program as rf test engineer on for their essang communication system that actually top tedious. So i've always had a rich background in mutations and services that goddard overseas and then in two thousand twelve i mom became actually a star. Honor employees for boeing. But i was the lead ground. Communications implementation engineering doing all the terrestrial. Communications between the boeing control center in houston kennedy where it launches a. We warm all bats so i was also a test engineer. Having experience on both sides of the commercial crew program equation gives derek a unique perspective. So i understand the programmatic and the design process from both a commercial perspective and a government perspective. So i understand like all the different Life cycle reviews and all the different reviews that the different the spacecraft designers have to go through by. But i also i understand the design of the spacecraft's as well from a technical perspective so like in communication systems. You know there's always. Two people involves the at that person providing it and yet the spacecraft receiving it and both after be properly configured for work properly. The services are engineers provide are crucial components of crude missions to the space station. The work of communications engineers like rosset and derek is helping lift these american companies to new heights. While fueling the commercial space economy as i watched the space x demo to mission send to the space station i had no idea the incredible commercial. Transformation my own program would undergo over the following months the space communications and navigation program is in the midst of a foundational shift. We're nasa turns to. Us private industry to provide the bulk of space communication services over the next two episodes of the podcast. We'll take a look at efforts to grow a commercial space communications marketplace in near earth space. We'll also look at the ways. That commercial industry will help. Nasa provide communication services to lunar missions. As nasa establishes a presence at the moon with the artist program just as the commercial crew program has fundamentally changed the paradigm for crewed missions to low earth orbit nurturing space communications marketplace will revolutionize the way nasa provides critical communications and navigation services. Stay tuned This commercialization focused season of the invisible network debuted in may of two thousand twenty one. Our next season will focus on the laser. Communications relay demonstration and debut after the launch of the mission. Later this year the podcast is produced by the space communications and navigation program or scan out of goddard space flight center in greenbelt maryland. Episodes were written and recorded by me. Danny baird with editorials support from catherine shower are public affairs. Officers are laura bleacher. Goddard's office of communications and catherine hamilton of the human exploration and operations mission directorate. Special thanks to barbara addie scan policy and strategic communications director rob garner daughter with team lead and all those who have lent their time talent and expertise to making the invisible network. A reality be sure to rate review and follow the show wherever you get your podcast. For transcripts of the episodes visit nasa dot gov slash invisible to learn more about the vital role that space communications plays in. Nasa's mission visit nasa dot gov slash scan and for more nasa podcast offerings visit nasa dot gov slash podcasts..

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:59 min | 2 months ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Tomorrow would normally be taxed day but you should know by now that has been delayed pushed off postponed procrastinators. Rejoice your taxes are not due. Tomorrow if you woke up this morning and you do so every year thinking. Well i file my extension you can. You can wait a couple of months. They're not doing texas until june. Most other places in may so. You have more time to procrastinate yet again. And the day before april fifteenth means. It is four fourteen so most of you have to remember your spouse's birthday for a number of reasons. Not the least of which is when you fill out paperwork with the bank and you sign their name for you have to know their birthday and four fourteen. Sixty eight is must sweetbreads fifty third birthday which means she came here when she was twenty one. She had just finished Her university degree. She was coming here to get a phd in economics and that means that she has lived here for thirty two years and she lived in india for twenty one years which means she's lived one hundred fifty percent as long in the us as she has in india so a time and a half as long twenty one years there thirty two years here and we met roughly a week after she arrived in houston and after i arrived in houston so we've been together thirty two years as well now. This is the thirty second birthday that she's had that we've been together. We actually met in the fall of eighty nine. So we've been together thirty two and a half years in case you notice In a few months that i tell you that that's thirty three years we've been together. It's just that today is her birthday. So if you know. Her sent her a message of happy birthday. She's not on any of the social media. And i'm not allowed to give out her personal contact information if you have it Feel free to send her a message. And if you don't but you're somebody from her past. You can email me through the website at michael berry. Show dot com or michael at michael berry show dot com and just put a note in there in case. I don't recognize your name. But she would so not forward it to her and i was send all of those along to her so i started my workout session with my trainer this morning by telling him that i was giving him some free advice because he trains a lot of older people. I mean seventy five. Eighty and up. And i said And they really liked his businesses. Blow has blown up because he goes to people's houses. It's a great convenience not to have to go to the gym and the last year a lot of people. I wouldn't have cared but the gym. That i used to workout at that. I won't go back to was closed and so And truth is. I didn't really work out regularly and this makes me workout regularly because it's so convenient anyway. So he comes walking in this morning and i'm doing my stretch it and we get started and i said michael petro's petro free advice for you. He said oh good all right what what she got a said you know with it raining. I love the rain. Absolutely love the rain. But i said you know with it raining every client. Who's how she walk into the first thing you should say is you see. It's raining out. There we shirted need this rain because oh people they they might live inside the city and don't really need the rain but they all when you get to a certain age. You think you're a farmer who sure did we needed this right. We needed this rain. That's kind of thing. I call my parents What's going on there whereas raining. Oh it's raining here too but to we needed this right. Yes we did. I mean that is a big so you can call your parents and your grandparents when we go to this first break. Hey how you doing there. Is it raining over there because the is it raining over. There is another one you know. Is it raining in your neighborhood versus where they are and then you can tell well we got about if you can. If you can give the number of inches you can make it up. They don't know the difference. You say well We had about a half inch last night. And i think we got about an inch this morning. I haven't checked because people attach a little tube outside on their fence in can go out in the morning once it stops raining and they can see based on that too much filled up. How many inches of rain and that is very when you get to a certain age. I don't know what it is. Because i'm i'm headed into that age. Not there yet. But i've noticed stuff blooming after the freeze and never ever noticed stuff. Blooming never cared whether stuff bloomed. I'm an hour humor my wife because she's a gardening person but she did. You notice the plume areas or doing this. And the wisteria is and the indian paint brushes coming out. I did you notice my rose. Bush at grew another. Oh yeah it's exciting and it's rained. We needed that. Yes we needed that rain so the old people will have the they can tell you how much rain hit based on the little tube and then they pour the tube out and start over but the whole day. That'll be something for them to talk about that rain over y'all are out on the world here on the east side. Y'all did it rain on the west side Yeah we got about inch and a half 'til 'til seven thirty this morning and then it stopped. But they're saying it's start back up this afternoon whereupon when someone says that you're your canned response is to criticize the meteorological industry. So you've ango. They never get it right. That is almost as awesome as saying that it rained how much it rained and how much we needed drain. If you mentioned that they never get it right. You had just had a bonnie. Yeah they don't. I swear i think they just take a gift i do too. I think they just guess. And then you're five minutes into a conversation with your parents and guess what didn't happen. Guess what just happened. You called your parents. You feel good about that and guess what didn't happen that you didn't want to. You didn't have to hear about any doctor's appointments. You made it five minutes into that conversation without a single evil one reference to a doctor now if you pause for about a second and then followed up with what you got going on now. You will get the list now. The doctor's appointment might not be until next week. But that's the highlight so here. We are on wednesday and you may say so. What's going on there. Well i'm going. I dr next thursday And beaumont and while i'm there I'm probably going to get my registration sticker done and then I'm probably going to see if i can't double up and get my point at the. Va while i'm there. Okay all right well sure. I got my testosterone shot yesterday. So you know we got a lot in common by the way i have been calling my show sponsors and just seeing how the economy's doing because these are small businesses owner operated small business where the rubber hits the road and to a person. They're telling me that march was either era month or at least they're doing better at the low t. center. I go to which they have them around. Houston kennedy smith who who runs a great great guy and kinney tells me yesterday he said. I know you like to know this stuff. And that's why i'm telling you. That's why i'm bragging because it's because of you..

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Sorry he doesn't much with the REC- for my parents. Franken is high also joining us on the extra time. Be Check out over on our youtube channel. He'll be joined by Allie to answer some tweets. I'm sure nothing I like to do more on Monday. The Peruse Gobs musings in something sent me stood out to me we welcome in the man himself loss Mark Oakton to senior writer side by side. What a moment. So go out. Five Substitutes Gab. This is something that could be introduced when football returns and you love it. Love I think is a bit of a bit of a stretch. It's something I would like to see. I mean they're talking. You've already introduced a possibility at UEFA level in under twenty one's and I think under nine teams as well. It's something that clubs have asked for. It's been talked about when the primarily returns it's been talked about when city returns Simply because they're going to have to pay so many games in such a short. It should just short stretch. You want avoid injury. You WanNa limit minutes on the pitch. One of the key things. Here is they the five substitutions. It's not like you know it'd be those summer friendlies where you send out another substitute every minute. You would use those five substitution. You can only use the three times a game so you would see more double substitutions and things like that so as not to interrupt the flow but I think the benefits in terms of fatigue in terms of squad rotation terms of living minutes and of course limiting injuries. I think it's a positive. I don't think there's any real reason why threes just just an arbitrary number. Frankly Malki you a fan of this not really. No I just think you. Sylvan should bucs. And I think that's stuns right. Now is abuse you know yet manages that will pick two or three injury tons is run on the clock. Why do I say no? Almost Touche's after eight five minutes that you can't leave is what she's doing the final minutes and the I understand. The situation plays nowadays associate for the tightness thing. Does it commensurate because fatigue? Now close to route twenty minutes. You're seeing this in world cups and European Championships. Were actually separate. It seems why do they need another advantage for me to see like an excuse for money just to to give the play. The school plays a game just to get them off the bye so rather than how three today at five and then you know not why they can keep everybody. Happy Kids Squat Hoppy. Houston Kennedy biggest. Goes well I mean. I don't ever be any more open to abuse. It's not like you can interrupt the game any more times than you do. Now you've got five substitutions but you can only make substitution three times in the course of a match so I think that argument doesn't really doesn't really apply here. I think sending on players who are fitter and hungrier especially in situations where games are already decided I think it would certainly make the game live in the game and and make it more entertaining but I think overall it's a question of percentages right. We see people suffer very serious injuries. Whether it's secure these are crucial. It's simple math if you can reduce somebody's minutes over the course of the season by ten percent you're also reducing the likelihood of injury by ten percent and you know this adds up over time. Magi agree this could liven things up bringing on fresh legs. No I just think it make you more. Stale LISTING MISTAKES TIRED FATIGUED. Trixie mentally physically. Nothing the last ten fifty minutes again. Most goals are scored because players inside if you kind of negate that by more fresh legs on those late goes those mistakes are going to be reduced and then games are gonNA become more of stale affairs. I modern happily see a cutoff. Point at eight hundred. Six five minutes normal slips in there. Let's see what happens. Left fatigue became. Because how you manage fatigues all part of the IT plays a Fisher that opponents then great if you keep adding substance fresh legs. Nobody's going to get tired. Got Mark Scott. Point as the fatigue does lead to mistakes released the goals which is what we all WanNa see. Look if we just want to see Mrs. Lots of mistakes and lots of goals and we can. We can time travel back and go watch the Non League football from the nineteen seventies you know. Isn't that a daughter a whole bunch of mistakes? I don't I I WANNA see teams that play. Well I WANNA see people who are well rested and up for it. I think that's what most people want to see. That's why players trained so they can be fit your mistakes. It's not have players train. It's locked them in pubs all day. Have any pizza all day. And then chuck him out on the pitch and there'll be lots of states and we'll have a lot of fun. I think the key thing here as I said this this limited time on the pitch especially now when there's so much travel when players have played so many games when they are so stretched That even as sports science has improved and made people fitter in terms of the recuperation time off the page. Time when you off the pitch when you've got a nearly injury and you really should come off. I think all of this stuff matters simply if you can reduce The minutes on the pitch You reduce by that. Same percentage the likelihood that a player's GONNA get injured I. I don't think this is going to be some sort of sea change in football but if something that clubs have asked for and it's one of those things that I just don't see the reasonable argument against it other than bringing on fresh legs and by the way with fresh legs. Presumably you're bringing on worse players. So there's a tradeoff there so we might still get to see those mistakes mark love so much. Well I think think inches well. It's not a factor injuries. Always letting you see a lot of times in the first twenty minutes again place on Wando properly. Injuries happened in the first half again. The minutes against because the Wallop is a key part of the game so it isn't just about fatigue lights. These preparation relates nothing. You can't every flaw in the gay and do think that if it survival of the fittest the fittest players will last longer than their parents which is why that they stunned above everybody else. If you're fixing your Paul in the last ten you win the game. It's not bad mistakes about fitter athletes better at least be no taller so I just think we can. It would football nowadays. You can find so many elements. I agree it's improvable at some point you have to accede is a physical challenge as well as anything else so forget the in the last five minutes and let players play for the ninety minutes of play to that play plagues the tested their germs gavel. This not just benefit the bigger teams like. We talked about Manchester City in the quality of their bench. They're going to benefit from this more than say someone like Sheffield United. Surely will they. Because but Michelle United can bring on fitter players. I mean it's the silly arguments. Reality is statistically more injuries happen later in Games. Either that there's not an argument I agree. You've been injured rolling out of bed in the morning but I think there's a point is people in sports. Science people in football clubs are asking for this and I think it's something that should be considered and I think something that that that that is a positive I appreciate you know the gladiatorial side of survival of the fitness. And stuff like that. You know if we have games lasting five hours we could see who's really out there and I think mark would would have fit in really really well. In in ancient Roman the Roman Coliseum was all gladiatorial me. I like to see players or fit. And whose bodies allow them to do the things that technically skillfully they can do just going back to my point. Is you kind of ignored gaps? It's going to benefit from this more than surely any other clubs. Certainly when you take a look at their pension the Premier Li compared to others. But you're you're you're you're arguing. Let's think about what you're arguing logically you. Arguing that the drop off from city starters. Two cities bench is less than the drop off from Sheffield United Starters for example and Sheffield United's bench. And in fact if you look at the data you notice. That really isn't the case that most teams in the Premier League certainly but I think in most other leagues the drop off from two starters to the branch with when we're talking about starters say number seven through eleven to the guys on the bench. Isn't that great? Which is why a lot of teams towards the middle of the bottom of the table. You so many players over the course of a season they don't just stick to the core players even know by your logic they should because they played fewer and because those guys are that much better so yes. We have a lot of great players on the bench but the end of the great players in the starting lineup to but but the drop off between the two I think is is frankly not negligible. I'm going to give mocked in Las Vegas on that. And how that patronizing tone? Well I think that may worth two hundred million pounds of one game supposed to check with fifty million dollars so the quality of cities bench would outweigh the quality. Built in the chef will get onto the bench. So I'd imagine if that's off Alexander D- cheng-kuo leftback complain on Benjamin dies decent exchanges. There's no real drop of equality there. I think chef united as well as you don't Miss Nothing. It'd be more difficult for them to replace a starting player with a plan from the bench. Unique qualities of the big teams will again be favored by having more substitutes. Because they've got the squad with more expensive high quality players than that link of the lesser posts a lot lower half of the pregnant so again it favors the big clubs and I thought kind to avoid giving all the advantages to the big drop off between guarany and say. Thank you very much more from Gab. You can check out the GABBA. Joel's podcast which is available to download now when the show with reports in Holland.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"In this second season of the invisible network. We'll look at some of the forward thinking innovations developed by NASA communications mutations and navigation professionals we'll encounter the creative minds envisioning the communications networks tomorrow and of the far future on the journey. We'll examine small pieces of the larger NASA puzzle unique technologies and capabilities crucial to exploration NASA administrator. Jim Breitenstein make no mistake. We go to the moon because we're interested in science and discovery and exploration and the return on investment is far more than than we could ever expect as NASA goes forward to the moon onto Mars. There's so much to discover and not just on the dusty lunar landscape communications and navigation engineers at NASA are developing the systems and technologies that will empower exploration guiding the agency beyond Earth's bounds. But taking a break from writing this season if the podcast I indulged myself purchasing a new video game I got home from work on a Friday slip into comfy pants and downloaded it. Over Maya three megabits per second wireless connection. I can only imagine what the space stations. Recent upgrade to a whopping. Six hundred megabits would've made of the download but that's a story for another episode in the game. I installed you oversee a your own space program building rockets and embarking on missions to imaginary planets. You're responsible for designing launch vehicles planning trajectories victories. And assuring the safety of your astronauts. Cute Green creatures who looked like a hybrid of a Corgi a salamander and a winter green tic TAC in early missions. You simply try to get a rocket to orbit and back safely. As the game progresses you can venture onto distant planets though. I couldn't even manage to get one of my little astronauts to land on their home worlds nearest moon while failing my digital apollo missions. I I thought back on one of my favorite computer games growing up in it. You developed a civilization from Hunter Gatherer tribe through the space age beating back Akbar Burien hordes and competing players. The players were usually the computer except when my dad's youngest brother came to visit he'd set up a local area area network or Lan so that we could play together. These so-called land parties are a memory cherish to this day at the time the late nineties and early `oughts network and computers together seemed almost magical with a couple of chords a router and some troubleshooting. Doing my uncle made the computers talk to each other. We could then play the game together. Duping our digital civilizations against one another. He'd always win before I managed to get anything close to space age level tech. But I'd like to think I put up a good fight and in college. I told my own land parties with friends in the basement of our dorm. Now I can play computer games with friends in Boston or Los Angeles with nothing. More more than a WIFI connection as the Internet became ubiquitous these connections lost some of their magic. It's so easy to overlook. Look what was once miraculous. I'm Danny Baird. This is the invisible network in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. NASA put a man on the moon over the next three years. These Apollo missions saw twelve brave astronauts. What's walk on the lunar surface? The Apollo Program conceived under president. Dwight Eisenhower expanded upon project. Mercury the effort that I I put an American astronaut John Glenn into orbit however it would take a bold proclamation by Eisenhower's successor President John F. Kennedy to catalyze Nass Mission to the lunar surface in nineteen sixty two in an address at Rice University in Houston Kennedy said we set sail on this new scene because there is new knowledge to be gained and new rights to be one and they must be one and used for the progress of all for space. Science like nuclear science and technology has snow conscience of its own. Where they it will become a force for good? Oreo depends on man. And only if the United States occupies a position of preeminence. Can we help decide whether this new ocean. We'll be a sea of peace piece or a new terrifying war. I do not say that we all-wheel unprotected against the hostile misuse of space anymore than we go unprotected against the hostile use of land or sea. But I do you say that space can be explored and nasty without feeding the fires of war without repeating the mistakes. That man is made in extending attending his around this globe of ours. There is no strife no prejudice no national conflict in outer space as yet. Yeah it's has a hostile towards all its conquests deserves the best of all mankind and it's opportunity for peaceful. Cooperation may never come again but why some say the moon. Why choose this as our goal and they you may well ask? Why climb the highest mountain? Why thirty five years ago fly the Atlantic? Why does rice play Texas? We chose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the movies. We choose to go to the moon and this decayed and do the other thing. Not because they are easy but because they are hard because the gold will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills because that challenge is one that we're willing to accept zapped one we are unwilling to postpone and one. We intend to win. These are inspiring inspiring and Prussian notions. Not only did Kennedy's rhetoric motivate the nation to pursue the ambitious goals. He outlined he understood the cooperative operative nature of space exploration a power to bring about a CD of peace rather than a terrifying theater of war without international partnership the International Space Station. Humanity's current flagship effort to live and work cooperatively in space would not have been possible. The same same can be said for many NASA missions. This speech is also tinged with a competitiveness and not just because the address was delivered in a football stadium the competitive language reveals one of the primary motivations behind. Kennedy's Apollo Program at the time the Cold War burns between the US and the Soviet the Union. This wasn't a war in the obvious sense. It was a war fought by proxy and one of those proxies was space technology and and exploration NASA chief historian Bill Berry. Explains it better. This is an interesting thing because of course I grew up in the space age in my perspective automobile born in Boston Massachusetts and to the Kennedys were God like to our family and I. I always imagined that the giant Kennedy listen to the speeches that really is into space and then as I grew up a certain learning more about species discovered actually she. He wasn't interested in what he had was a political problem with the Soviets and It was it wasn't just a personal political promise problem for the Western World The Soviets were being very successful space that extremely effective engineers and in a very nimble team and they made it look like they were way ahead of the United States is logically which caused all kinds of political problems for the West and also for all those new independent countries that came into existence after World War Two there. They all wanted to do and they're looking to see okay. Well so union. It was a backer country at the beginning of the twentieth century. Now they're beating everybody else in space they must be better than the Americans in West And that was that was causing. You cut the political habit for the western alliance so Kennedy new needed and do something about it and the kind of out of desperation. I think he realized the space program was kind of a key thing. If he make nuts the Soviets off of being leaders in space his and make it clear there was more of a parody of not. The United States was better than so that that would that was. The most effective argument hadn't avenue geopolitical. In recent years NASA has renewed its focus on the moon the current administration has challenged NASA to put the first woman and the next man on the lunar surface vice president pence directed the agency to do so on March Twenty six twenty one thousand nine hundred at the fifth meeting of the National National Space Council which he chairs.

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The Invisible Network

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on The Invisible Network

"In this second season of the invisible network. We'll look at some of the forward thinking innovations developed by NASA communications mutations and navigation professionals we'll encounter the creative minds envisioning the communications networks tomorrow and of the far future on the journey. We'll examine small pieces of the larger NASA puzzle unique technologies and capabilities crucial to exploration NASA administrator. Jim Breitenstein make no mistake. We go to the moon because we're interested in science and discovery and exploration and the return on investment is far more than than we could ever expect as NASA goes forward to the moon onto Mars. There's so much to discover and not just on the dusty lunar landscape communications and navigation engineers at NASA are developing the systems and technologies that will empower exploration guiding the agency beyond Earth's bounds. But taking a break from writing this season if the podcast I indulged myself purchasing a new video game I got home from work on a Friday slip into comfy pants and downloaded it. Over Maya three megabits per second wireless connection. I can only imagine what the space stations. Recent upgrade to a whopping. Six hundred megabits would've made of the download but that's a story for another episode in the game. I installed you oversee a your own space program building rockets and embarking on missions to imaginary planets. You're responsible for designing launch vehicles planning trajectories victories. And assuring the safety of your astronauts. Cute Green creatures who looked like a hybrid of a Corgi a salamander and a winter green tic TAC in early missions. You simply try to get a rocket to orbit and back safely. As the game progresses you can venture onto distant planets though. I couldn't even manage to get one of my little astronauts to land on their home worlds nearest moon while failing my digital apollo missions. I I thought back on one of my favorite computer games growing up in it. You developed a civilization from Hunter Gatherer tribe through the space age beating back Akbar Burien hordes and competing players. The players were usually the computer except when my dad's youngest brother came to visit he'd set up a local area area network or Lan so that we could play together. These so-called land parties are a memory cherish to this day at the time the late nineties and early thoughts network and computers together seemed almost magical with a couple of chords a router and some troubleshooting. Doing my uncle made the computers talk to each other. We could then play the game together. Duping our digital civilizations against one another her he'd always win before I managed to get anything close to space age level tech. But I'd like to think I put up a good fight and in college. I told my own land parties with friends in the basement of our dorm. Now I can play computer games with friends in Boston or Los Angeles with nothing. More more than a WIFI connection as the Internet became ubiquitous these connections lost some of their magic. It's so easy to overlook. Look what was once miraculous. I'm Danny Baird. This is the invisible network in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. NASA put a man on the moon over the next three years. These Apollo missions saw twelve brave astronauts. What's walk on the lunar surface? The Apollo Program conceived under president. Dwight Eisenhower expanded upon project. Mercury the effort that I I put an American astronaut John Glenn into orbit however it would take a bold proclamation by Eisenhower's successor President John F. Kennedy to catalyze Nass Mission to the lunar surface in nineteen sixty two in an address at Rice University in Houston Kennedy said we set sail on this new scene because there is new knowledge to be gained and new rights to be one and they must be one and used for the progress of all for space. Science like nuclear science and technology has snow conscience of its own. Where they it will become a force for good? Oreo depends on man. And only if the United States occupies a position of preeminence. Can we help decide whether this new ocean. We'll be a sea of peace piece or a new terrifying war. I do not say that we all-wheel unprotected against the hostile misuse of space anymore than we go unprotected against the hostile use of land or sea. But I do you say that space can be explored and nasty without feeding the fires of war without repeating the mistakes. That man is made in extending attending his around this globe of ours. There is no strife no prejudice no national conflict in outer space as yet. Yeah it's has a hostile towards all its conquests deserves the best of all mankind and it's opportunity for peaceful. Cooperation may never come again but why some say the moon. Why choose this as our goal and they you may well ask? Why climb the highest mountain? Why thirty five years ago fly the Atlantic? Why does rice play Texas? We chose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the movies. We choose to go to the moon and this decayed and do the other thing. Not because they are easy but because they are hard because the gold will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills because that challenge is one that we're willing to accept zapped one we are unwilling to postpone and one. We intend to win. These are inspiring inspiring and Prussian notions. Not only did Kennedy's rhetoric motivate the nation to pursue the ambitious goals. He outlined he understood the cooperative operative nature of space exploration a power to bring about a CD of peace rather than a terrifying theater of war without international partnership the International Space Station. Humanity's current flagship effort to live and work cooperatively in space would not have been possible. The same same can be said for many NASA missions. This speech is also tinged with a competitiveness and not just because the address was delivered in a football stadium the competitive language reveals one of the primary motivations behind. Kennedy's Apollo Program at the time the Cold War burns between the US and the Soviet the Union. This wasn't a war in the obvious sense. It was a war fought by proxy and one of those proxies was space technology and and exploration NASA chief historian Bill Berry. Explains it better. This is an interesting thing because of course I grew up in the space age in my perspective automobile. I was born in Boston Massachusetts and to the Kennedys were God like to our family and I. I always imagined that.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Us now live with the latest. Oh, this is a pretty horrific story Clayton. Yeah, Amy, it is really add to it too. If you will the mother says that the reason why she did this did not your turn herself into forties. Why she didn't want to deal with the thirties is because she had an invalid driver's license. So because of that, she decided to ditch your son in one hundred degree weather, and then was afraid to come forward. So that's the issue. Now, child endangerment, is because a lot of people that I've spoken with a lot of feedback, I've heard from officials in Houston, or that, that's the appropriate charge because they'd be like, that's exactly what the mother did was put her child in danger. Not only the fact that it was hot outside. I mean, one hundred degrees, we know what can happen with that. But to leave a child alone that's certainly falls under the jurisdiction of. Child endangerment. And that's what this woman has now been charged with what is excuse me? What does the rest of the story in terms of you know how to the child, find help? Somebody must have seen him at some point, and what the mother do just go home or what. Yes, I don't know exactly where she went what we know is that thirties were able to track her down. And yes, that's exactly what happened at tip led forties to this child, the child in explained as far as they could what happened they didn't contact the mother. And that's the part, that's not clear by authorities yet, they got in contact with the mom, and how they found out that she was frayed to disclose that she had an invalid driver's license now again. Whether or not, that's the true reason we may never know. But that's what she's telling police, but we do know that there was a tip that led to the child. They didn't track down the mother and she's now facing endangerment charges. And let the boy was okay and is he in foster care, narrow? What's the deal? Yeah. He's okay. Believe he's been placed with family at this point. It's not clear on where he'll go with future likely that his mom will be in and out of court, if she would like to have custody of the child that could be a long battled for her. But yeah he is safe. No harm. And again, that comes from the community that says police are making the community for reaching out and helping miss. Child when the mother would not. All right. Clayton. Never reporting live. Thank thank you Clayton. Remember the tree that used to stand near the White House, that was jointly planned to last spring, by President Trump and French president Emmanuel Macron, represent friendship was oaks sampling was the friendship tree between the US and Europe in France in particular, well. Remember when it had to be quarantined after it was planted. Yeah. That's a law thing is the French, the friendship tree is dead. So you make what you wanna they supposed to stay locked away for two years before being replanted. But it didn't make it. We don't know why I don't even know how to water who, who does who even knows about the. Why would you have to look? I understand because he came from France. Eighteen any type of I know but item like that comes over living organism. It was planted in the White House lawn than they had to dig it would've quarantined it or check at least checked it over for any Nazi Ernie. Why would you have to move this to wherever the department of food and agriculture stores, Corentin plants is that mean the relationship between manor is now dead? It's not dead. But it's not healthy. Yeah. I don't know. One time many years ago, and I was moving from California to Tennessee to go to work, my wife and I were hauling. We were driving a truck, I guess a big rental truck. And in the back, we had our house plants along with everything else kept near the right at the Bank, and so we could water and we got stopped at the border in Arizona of what, but before before crossing from Arizona at the border in, in New Mexico. By the agriculture inspection people in Arizona. And I could never understand. They know that they had that they do, and I can never understand. Why do you do this almost completely? We're almost completely threw the stay. Hey, California, does the same thing if you're arrested for bringing illegal Lance into the rest of, but they took the plants away from us and said these have to remain under quarantine for, I think it was like six months or something. On our house plays. It was very annoying. That's weird. We never got him back. But at least it was just ice. This is a White House tree. Why would they take it away? I don't know. I suppose it's not know all right? Canada will ban single use plastics in twenty twenty one pretty interesting actually prime minister Justin Trudeau said yesterday that the specific items to be banned will be determined based on a science based review, but the government is considering items such as water, bottles, plastic bags and straws as early as I said, tomorrow as early as twenty twenty one Canada will ban harmful single used, plastics, from coast to coast. I have an idea that you can buy me for my birthday present this year. What's that? Every usable straw. Oh, what an idea? Good idea like a metal one. I know just exactly where to get it. Yeah. So there's a drawer in our kitchen that has several of them in. I don't want one that's been touched by oh, God. You people you people as those are my wife's. Dempster she's very I need a strong. When I when, when I'm drinking. Honey? She's, she's a total homophobic. We'll get her own. Go ahead. Not a homophobe. Germaphobe. Why? Germaphobe. They're keeping me if things that I'm not the look on your face was priceless. Yes. If it's like, what anyway, where were we Canada, less than ten percent of the plastic Houston? Kennedy gets recycled governed said, a million birds more than one hundred thousand see mammals worldwide or injured or die each year. And I tell you something, and I think we touched upon this, in the story we had a couple of months ago with that, and that is. It's all very nice all this effort to recycle things. Fully completely behind the effort to recycle stuff. I do it most of the time you're better than I am. But here's the thing most of the stuff we send off to the company that picks up your trash can down by this. And he said, they pick go anywhere. Doesn't go and it goes right to the landfill most cases. So what are we gonna have enough recycling facility, and it's not financially feasible to recycle most of the materials that we put in there. Wasting our time. It's right. It's a big secret but I guess it makes people feel better. It's like putting a magnetic. Ribbon on the side of your car right to proclaim you something. I've never put a magnetic. Eight twenty five let's get an update of traffic.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He's wrong. Why can't anyone else? I'm not always right? I'm wrong a lot. Why can't the guys who were wrong just admitted we have accountability on this show? There doesn't see any accountability. And the media just admit you were wrong at every turn wrong wrong. Why can't you be the ones to just admit you were wrong? This is the John cage show. Here's John Kincaid wrong. Sal licata in for John can gain. I liked this king K guy. I have think similar takes a lot of different things. Eight five five two one two four two two seven is the number. We'll get back to your calls on a little bit right now. We'll do some NBA talk as we are coming to you live from the rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans studio rocket mortgage with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience. Well Raton is the raptors TV analysts now joins us to give some insight to the NBA. It's been exciting. We all through the first round at least for me so far more competitive than maybe first round in the past. Let's start the with your raptors. And you look at what the raptors have done in this series against the magic. I don't understand why the while the raptors can't get it together in the Paul doesn't matter if it's a new coach or what Lowery struggles game one actually lose a game to the magic. Now, maybe righted the ship here a little bit. But am I wrong to still not trust the Toronto Raptors in the postseason? Leo, no. I'm not subscribing to that. I think this is entirely different team entirely different feel you could feel tension of pressure in previous years coming into the playoffs. You know from the coaching all the way down to the players, and there's none of that this year. If you put it perspective, you just said, it's it's been an interesting off a lot of a lot of you know, good series about a lot of competitive games. And if you look at your Landau magic in the last thirty one games that season, they're one of the hottest teams in the NBA. There were. Number one defensively over that time period. And you know, they came in they came in they were smoking, and they caught the raptors on that first game. And but since the raptors bounce back and from that point on if you break it down defensively Orlando's under under ninety points and under forty percent shooting in the raptor wins and they're playing at a quick right now. And so I I don't I don't think there's any of that of the past as we go forward here. Interesting though, Leo lose game on Lowery same thing. How he disappears in the postseason? Sometimes just I just don't get it. I mean, he's good player of that to happen. And you're right. The righted the ship. Maybe there was a different feel year. Big game, though. Then tonight seven PM eastern time raptors taking on the magic in game four because if the magic win this game at home and even that series. Maybe there starts to be more pressure on this. Raptors team may be the field from the fan base starts to go. Here we go again, do you think that could be the case as opposed to put in the foot on the throat and getting a three? Going back home. I think it's more putting the put on the throat again when you're when you're talking about more of the same. You gotta understand Danny green to why Leonard, you know, Marcus all these guys weren't here before and these guys are proven playoff veterans. They understand how to play the game. They get the job done PASCAL Ceac has never been a starter on an MBA playoffs scene. And he's tearing it up right now, this is his first opportunity to impact the playoff. So when you when you when you talk about things like that. And it really doesn't make sense because this whole different group Nick nurse has not that head coach that's been involved in a in things in the past. So this is new not only a new group. I think a whole different attitude, and you gotta remember when you when you're on the floor with Leonard gangrene avid ships your chest pops out a little bit. You know, you've got that confidence. These guys have the swag step on the. So I think the same is more definitely more focus more locked in in trying to get this and closing it out at home on Tuesday. Leo writings rafters, TV analysts, right? Let's go around the league a little bit. Let's stay the Eastern Conference. You got the Celtics Pacers one pm today Celtics looking for the sweep of the injured Pacers. I don't know about you. Leo. I've been impressed with the Celtics here after a down regular season even with the forty nine wins. They were just way too inconsistent. They should have been better Kyra Ving has looked tremendous. I mean, I'm thinking the Celtics are gonna go to the finals now after watching him through the first few games of their series with the Pacers. How good you think the Celtics are good? There's no question about that. You know, they obviously have have to go through the Milwaukee Bucks have been outstanding. So whether they get to the finals or not that's going to be the big question, but anybody that dismissed him during the regular season because of their inconsistencies in the way, they were playing just doesn't know this team. And and when you got a Cairo Irving that if you're if you're even remotely close to being in the game, he can close winner for you that guys, you know, guys dominating player in the postseason. He's approving factor. So this is the thing that's still still extremely dangerous still that you know, you have to play your best basketball come out on top. And when you look at that Pacers, Indiana, they're really good regular season team. And if you take people out of the mix, they they don't have a chance at the post season, you know, competitive, but you could see they've had just a lot of trouble trying to close games. But exciting the Boston team come around. Now, what have Irving said you're in a regular season. We know we can do, you know, we're competent. He's showing that. Yeah. No question. Probably shouldn't doubt of them myself after that talking Leo Roddan's raptors TV analyst to other teams in the east before we go west, you mentioned, the Milwaukee Bucks. I mean, look how you not be impressed their deep. They're legit. They're blowing the pistons. Down even with Blake Griffin coming back and going on the road taking that series, two three. Oh lead. Do you worry at all or should people who back the bucks be worried at all about their lack of postseason, pedigree and experience? What do you think that that would matter and they can still get themselves in the NBA finals? I think it's a factor. You know, we start out the conversation with the raptors, I think, you know, the raptors seen what a difference, you know, playoff experience does make in the end. Even if you have a great player like Janas catacomb for possible MVP and elite. It's still is a factor. But this is a very town of team. They moved the ball extremely well their play at a high clip. And I think that's one of the things impresses me both their intensity. I mean, they're coming at you. They're always they're always playing a very style. Their Motors good, and they're well-balanced. So it's going to be interesting. I think they definitely have team that you know, we we've seen them a lot during the regular season that can get to the NBA finals as well with without that playoff. Experience will be interesting to see how plays out how about the Sixers Lille they've had an interesting series at the Brooklyn nets been physical. I mean losing game one and halftime of game two was one point game. And then all of a sudden and beat in the Sixers took over in beads. Health such a factor. I understand that. But on paper Simmons, Butler and bead Rennick. I mean, Sixers talented as anybody else can they put it together though, and go on a run do you need to see more from them beat as far as staying healthy. What do you need to see to take the Sixers team as a serious contender in the Eastern Conference? Yeah. That's what you know. You're still wanna know who the Sixers are. They're very talented team dangerous. You look at the weapons that have you know, that starting five actually I six seven guys are really really good. But I either the thing that bothers me is with him. I don't even think the coaches know when he's going to decide the player, not and that that's a tough situation for teammates and coaches to deal with, you know, you show up and just a distraction as well what everybody's dealing with that question answering those questions as opposed to just letting you know doing this a little bit more professionally as far as whether you're gonna be playing or not and how you wanna handle that. What do you want people to see do you wanna not play and people see you shoot around your slippers or do you want to not fly and deal with getting back on the floor in a more private manner? So, you know, those things are issue. But again, you can't discredit their talent this team that you know, when they come to play the very good win impede plays. Hard. They're they're even better. And that's the big question. What are you going to get out of him? I think sometimes when you're looking at this nets Aries, you know, this is a three point shooting teams. They play hard. They played tough. They get after you. But it's a very different looking chain than the Sixers going to say potentially with the Tronto rafters in the next round. So it'll be interesting. Gimme one before we move onto the Wesley. Oh, Gimmie your your team come out of the east right now. I know it's early prediction sometimes silly. But I'm just curious who you think right now would be your pitch come out of the Eastern Conference. I think it's gonna come down to the raptors in and the Milwaukee Bucks. I think that's gonna be the the Packers final. And I think it'll be a great final grade regular season games. And it'll be interesting just exactly who's gonna come out on top. But you know, having said that I wouldn't be surprised if any of the top four teams make because it's it's pretty so me Raton raptors TV analysts going around the NBA rule. Quick to the west can anybody Lille beat the warriors? I've been waiting for. Years year. I thought this your somebody's gonna do it at some point. Whether it's bad log or something happens to the warriors. But it hasn't happened throughout the course of a seven game series, Ken somebody knocked this team off along the way this year in the Western Conference. Yeah. I mean, I think they're shown their beatable it without a doubt. But you know, at the same time they've also shown when our backs up are up against the wall they comply. They can put the ball in the basket, and they can get after defensively, and they can do a lot of different things to turn a game. So Kenny beat yes, will they I think we're all waiting to find out if that's going to happen. You look at the Houston Rockets away. They're plowing through I think Portland surprised everybody was you know, being out. So a lot of a lot of potential matchups going forward. But this is a team that I believe that without a doubt can't be beat in the right situation. You think the rockets can do came close last year, but some about them, Leo. I don't trust, you know, whether it's the coach or the lack of. Respect for possessions, just hard and goes three for twenty last night. You could beat the jazz. You can't do that and beat the warriors. So I don't know if I trust Houston, maybe as opposed to the funder if they could get it all together. Who knows that's a problem? You have you tried to pick somebody knock them off. And I don't know. I don't trust Denver. I mean used to be the only team you think that can maybe do it. I think again, I don't think you're the only, but you have the same question. I forget everybody has when you talk about Houston. Kennedy do can hard and do it in the postseason when the money's on the line. And that that's what doubt that's the biggest question because everybody knows this is a talented team hard a unique prior another MVP candidate. But at the same time the big question is can they do it? They've shown tower wise they can. But can they all put it together? In a match up of it is the Golden State Warriors and close it off this time. So that's the big unknown. I think that's the big question. Everybody wants to see if they do indeed go head to head. They could do. Do it. But can they do it over the course of a seven game series? That's the problem. You have to do with the seven, and I'm not so sure that that's the case last one four you Leo how about that? Thunder boys are series. It's been pretty it's it's been fun. Westbrook is a baby at times people had an issue with George Duncan at the end of the game in game three. I didn't have a problem with that was the way handles the media, or in particular, you know, the one guy from the Oklahoma their berry a very Trammell. But do you think the thunder or blazers can make a deep Rome whichever team wins that series there?.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Huge difference one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty. That's what we do w m AL. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Larry Kudlow, and Brian Beatrix. Book is Jeff Ken the Reagan revolution the secret history of American prosperity. You have heard the president in December of eighteen sixty nine hundred sixty two speaking of the whole country New York economic club what he wants. But he knows that congress is in his way all tax bills must begin in the house, and therefore we're going to go to the house Wilbur mills is head of ways and means Brian I'll begin with you the house at this point. After the Kennedy makes his presentation. We'd thrashed through a nine hundred sixty two civil rights was competing for the attention of the president and the country at the time. It was there was everywhere you make the point that the civil rights a legislative of fifty seven was not adequate or was Brown v board of education's decision fifty four adequate because the lack of prosperity men those last hired were first fired or the people who did not. Have jobs a long time were left out of the economy. They were never going to join and it made the unions too powerful because there were too few jobs. That's what a tax cut will do. But the houses in the way Wilbur mills is head of ways and means does he want the tax cut or are they playing the are they stalling? Wilbur mills absolutely wants to tax cut. He was partially responsible for giving candidate the idea of the tax cutting his persistent efforts in the nineteen fifties. Especially to get that top rate. Hammered down to about fifty five percent from sixty five percent from ninety one. The problem in the house was the rest of the southern delegation mills, of course, was from Arkansas the great part of the southern delegation was worried about unleashing economic growth in this country because if economic growth came like Kennedy said and he said he wanted five percent per year. All of a sudden all the northerners would stop discriminating against African Americans in hiring because the southerners saw that in the nineteen fifties. When jobs were scarce whites made sure that they reserved in employment for blacks, if there were civil rights in that context of slow growth whites would have to have their fair share of unemployment. So the southerners knew that if they were big time economic growth, they would be exposed as the only ones who really deeply cared about segregation. And they tried to sucker punch the tax and he held hearings. I believe they beginning February the. Extend through March where the hearing successful from Kennedy's point of view, Brian. No, they weren't they lasted forever. And they just brought in a parade of lobbyists. The other big problem was that the ninety one percent marginal tax rate made exemptions to the income tax very lucrative, and so all sorts of lobbyists and corporations and put in these little sweetheart deals in the tax code that exempted from that rate if that rate was gonna fall substantially then those sweetheart deals would be devalued. So they all rush to make all sorts of excuses about why you have to keep the current tax structure and Kennedy I have to say it was not enough to get this through. He made a big strategic mistake in his state of the union in nineteen sixty three he announced more government spending. Just right after he indicated he wanted to cut tax rates if he had just held firm and just said, my only priority is tax rate cuts. He probably would have gotten out of committee, right then and there and early sixty three interesting job is. This coalition was created later on as we right not only with Wilbur mills and not only with the head of the chamber of commerce Plum land Plumlee, very important voice. Sure, it was a Republican. But anyway, he was the Mr. business spokesperson. But also he persuaded George Meany and LBJ helped persuade George mainly the head of the AFL CIO, which knows days is an extremely powerful union. And they were persuaded mania was persuaded by the discussion of economic growth, and I think many who was a cold warrior. Also was persuaded that this would help this kind of growth and full employment would help raise revenues to fight communism and keep the defense budget, very very strong. So you've got these disparate elements that though Kennedy and later Johnson were able to together it's really quite remarkable on it. It goes to my point earlier. You have to work compromises. You have to be willing to sit down and persuade Kennedy had that knack Johnson. By the way, had that knack. I'm not a great fan of Lyndon Johnson regarding the Vietnam war, but I must say in nineteen sixty three and nineteen sixty four. He was extremely helpful. And again couple of decades later Ronald Reagan who also understood the art of persuasion, did exactly the same thing. He tried to bring everybody on board and give credit to John. Reagan was a guy who gave a lot of credit to those people that helped him out that to the idea of giving credit to other politicians in either party is a lost art, regrettably. It is a lost art Larry just a detail here. The president also wanted tariff reduction and he wanted to emphasize business investment by lowering the corporate tax. So it was a mixture. Personal income taxes. It was no one or a strong dollar. It was across the board to make the economy grow. That was the president's vision that he's he's very early and understanding this Larry a very early to my understanding over the last sixty years Houston. Kennedy was the pioneer. That's the irony. I mean Ronald Reagan's been attacked by his critics and those of us who Cathy Reagan torch on supply-side economics king dollar tax cuts. We've all been attacked down to the years for this whole idea of lowering tax rates, you know, taxes for the rich lower taxes for the rich corporations, and all that kind of rhetoric that we hear on the campaign trail is just utter nonsense and even today probably the biggest obstacle to economic growth is are extremely high business tax rates for both large and small businesses. And fact is the best way to raise middle income wages. The best way to raise wages today is to slash business tax rates wage earners. Get the bulk of the benefits the economy expands. The jobs are created and hence the wages. Go up. That's thought now Kennedy had that thought Reagan had that thought it's surfacing more. Trump has the same thought here in the election. I'll give Trump credit for that. Whatever one thinks of him in my opinion is analysis of the importance of cutting business. Axes is correct. But yes, the bigger point was you can blame everything you want. I'm Brian Dimitrijevic. You can blame it on Larry cudlow. You can blame it all on Arthur Laffer, you can time on check out the reality was it was John F Kennedy who was the first supply-sider, and it was Kennedy who revived the idea that has a long history and economics. It was Kennedy. And Reagan came later as I say, he duplicated Kennedy's pioneering work, and for some darn reason that Democrats will. Not go there. And you know, that's one book. It's an Mark remarkable success that that finds its way through tragedy because the house passes the Bill to seventy one to one fifty five in September, sixty three Rumsfeld and Ford voted nay. All right. And then we're into the tragedy and the change of command and Lyndon Johnson who sets the tax Bill the revenue act of nineteen sixty four as one of his first accomplishments, any mixes it with civil rights with Vietnam. It's al- suddenly and Brian come to you on this because the tax cut that Lyndon Johnson pushed through was extremely successful immediately. And then he started to reverse himself in the in the same president. Did he understand the tax cut that he helped pass? And if he did why did he suddenly decide to put on a a ten percent surcharge tax on tax that was already working the country was growing under Johnson. I'm afraid Lyndon. Johnson understand understood very little of it. One of the big problems was that the assassination was it did in a macabre fashion provide an enormous short-term boost to the tax cut the nation really had to have a legislative memorial to Kennedy, and this is his big Bill right there that he was trying to get past that November. So it was passed but without Kennedy's presence after that time because of the assassination. There was no enforcer of that philosophy in Johnson had not been part of the Kennedy inner circle he'd come of age in congress in the fifties. Where he thought you stimulated the economy by by spending in manipulating tax rates. Moreover, he kept Kennedy's economic team minus Douglas Dillon who went back to private pursuits in nineteen sixty four. So all the Keynesians on the Kennedy team who had gotten burned by Dylan percolated up in the candidate in the Johnson ministration, Arthur oaken, Walter Heller, and they said, oh that was just supposed to be temporary tax cut. We need an income. Tax surcharge, surcharge, right now that wasn't really long term policy. Johnson got conned by that. And we got the stagflation of the nineteen seventies for it. I think that I mean, this is I I don't think Johnson ever understood it. I totally agree with Brian as we write in the book that he really did that as a memorial to Kennedy was a political move because Johnson was facing reelection and wanted to make sure that the new frontiers men were on his side, but douglaston left to go. Elsewhere to be at nine war intruded at basically Johnson relapsed into the idea that higher tax rates would somehow produce higher revenues, even though the reverse was true. And in fact, the economy swamped, the economy slumps and the Johnson also gave up on the dollar, and so the dollar began to slump and then most regrettably, a retired looking Richard Nixon completely overturned, the Kennedy growth model of tax cuts and. Sound dollar Nixon raised taxes Nixon took the door off of the gold discipline? And of course, Nixon went on for wage and price controls and other things. And unfortunately, neither Gerald Ford nor Jimmy Carter sought to go back to the Kennedy model and so the next year. Oh in this story. We right is. In fact, Ronald Reagan, and again people I checked camp, and Arthur Laffer and Norman trae who I might add was a ways and means staffer under Wilbur mills. Jude waninsky and many others Bruce Bartlett, lots of good people out Reynolds, they will buy the Kennedy idea the candidate economic model and Reagan who had no particular history as a tax cutter, indeed, raise taxes, quite a bit as governor of California Reagan through and went with it. He went with and campaigned on it in virtually the same language it Kennedy. Ditch it's like the Laffer curve before a laugher wrote the Laffer curve, which shows lower tax rates will produce higher revenue to grow JFK adopted that model and then later on laugher was a Reagan economic advisor and a very important one. And he persuaded the gipper that this was the right way to go and Reagan. Wow, look, I was Reagan's budget deputy in those days, and we had a hell of a time persuading everybody that this is gonna work. But fortunately, the gipper stayed with it, and it did work that that's the. The one thing about this with today's attacks on low tax rates. Okay. Taxing their tax rich tax risk bridge. It works out as like if something works, then why not use it? It's these broad-based econometric models plaguing. The administration's in Washington plaguing the Federal Reserve, which produce the wrong outcomes and have been wrong. So many years. Let's look at history. I mean, Brian May disagree. But I think our book is a history book as much or more as an economic book go with what works, and in fact before the war and the nineteen twenties the motto worked, and when when when they went off that model the economy crashed then it works again in the sixties and it works again in the eighties and well into the nineties. My plea here is to quit political crippling and attacking and class. Warfare. We need growth in America. We need it to lift our spirits and make us stronger at home and abroad. Let's go back to history. It teaches us that Democrats and Republicans the JFK and Reagan could produce a model of growth low marginal tax rates and a steady dollar. And by the way, you were right JFK was a free trader and Reagan was a free-trader, and that's a big issue because tariffs are like taxes. John Scott, raising tariffs, you're raising taxes, and that's bad for the economy. So it's there we just reassembled the parts and did the chronology of them. And I just wish people would read the book if for no.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Boy a wet wet Monday what in, the? World hey good thing Rockies aren't playing tonight at Coors field right they will. Be back tomorrow night at. Coors field ready to rock and. Roll I everybody I've Cory Lopez so glad you're here and well we can talk a little football here all last week and we were talking baseball when, we were sitting on the network with our Rockies. All access special we sure enjoyed it and we'll do it again should the playoffs roll around for the Rockies and we're certainly gonna. Talk Rockies baseball coming up here top loss yesterday for, the rocks but when you run a disaster Anki and he goes eight innings. Keeps up, just a couple of hits and strikes out thirteen guys you, know, he is. Certainly on a roll and don't forget tomorrow night Houston Kennedy. Town the world champs looks like Tyler Anderson is going, to go and then John gray will. Go in the, second game and then another day off the Rockies now they're adding Some extra. Days this season and we've. Been talking about it here leading, up to it it to me though it seems strange coming out of the all-star break that you're you have two days off in the span of week, essentially the three games there is on a day. Opt two games with Houston a day off then you got Oakland and then you head to Saint Louis and you don't get another. Day off until August thirteenth but maybe that's the only, place they could squeeze it in now for the Rockies it works out potentially. That they, may be able to work chat bettas back into the mix, of, things having. These days off but you've got five guys ready to go. We'll see Antonio since the Tele is going to be, good to go not a great outing. For a sense But gaining the space napkin Zach rinky so you know compare that. Second, to be a very good adding most of the time when you run, into a buzzsaw, like Zach ranking but we also have some news on chat benefit will fill you in on coming up the bottom. Half the rehab starts on Saturday so we will we'll get into that for you as well but we don't have to talk just we don't have to talk just baseball cutting in and out my apologies we. Don't have to talk just baseball that's for. Sure we're going to talk a little football here and the big news. Coming out today about Shane Ray and I, chewed this over a little bit essentially I, I, choose, this. Over in my, brain and I thought to myself this is good. For Shane if indeed he can stay healthy but if scenery can't stay, healthy then it's going to be a bit of a problem and I'll tell you why. I'll tell you why it could end up, being a bit. Of a problem I'm already starting to think. That Shane Ray is one of those unlucky guys gets oft injured okay for like termite may made that one. Up but he gets injured and it's, not for lack. Of effort it's not for lack of training but when you have something go down particularly with your hands I'm going to give another example. Here think of somebody with a ankle issue maybe even better analogy well I'll. Stay with the ankle injury almost a knee injury ankle gets hurt knee starts to hurt you. Got. Problems all, of a sudden you go into, the scope then you've got another problem maybe the ankles you. Know you got some bone Spurs, in there I quit that to the, extremities that you have Maybe. He should have, gone under, the knife and believe me I'm not..

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:44 min | 4 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Laugh current truth we go to the mall dan do the other thing not because they are easy but because they are not that was fifty five years ago today we decided to go to the moon that speech happened in houston kennedy gave his famous we choose to go to the moon twelve years after sputnik we went from getting laughed at two landing man on the moon october fourth 1950 seven soviet union successfully launched woes gold sputnik into orbit it was the first satellite soviets were kicking our bought two months later we tried to keep pace by launching the vanguard tv three it exploded on the launchpad we were the laughing stock but it was the sputnik moment that changed everything we realized that we had to roll up our sleeves and get to work and thus begin the modern day space race the races were we're already afoot but but space alone was uh was not really the objective at least not with the soviets now the space race is over but there is a new objective and this time the space race the new space race is on a guy and i think the sputnik moment has already occurred the race is on now to be the first to build intelligent machines the nation the develops eight i quote we'll be the ruler of the world and that's what vladimir putin said to a group of students last week in russia this was his version of we choose to go to the moon styles are a little different kennedy was at his inspirational best putin was classic putin quote when one parties drawing a drones are destroyed by drones of another we will have no choice but to surrender the race now is on but not towards the heavens what is it we're creating now last year the microchip maker the video began testing their version of selfdriving cars but this car was different than the ones being tested by gugel an apple in tesla this car not programmed by human this car programmed itself it learn to drive by watching a human drive.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:44 min | 4 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Love courage truth we urge dugout in our mold and this decay and do the other thing not because they are easy but because they are that was fifty five years ago today we decided to go to the moon that speech happened in houston kennedy gave his famous we choose to go to the moon twelve years after sputnik we went from getting laughed at to landing man on the moon october fourth 1950 seven so union successfully launched what was gold sputnik into orbit it was the first satellite soviets were kicking our but two months later we tried to keep pace by launching the vanguard tv three it exploded on the launchpad we were the laughing stock but it was the sputnik moment that changed everything we realized that we had to roll up our sleeves and get to work and thus begin the modern day space race the races we're we're already a foot but space alone was was not really the objective at least not with the soviets now the space race is over but there is a new objective and this time the space race the new space race is on a guy and i think the sputnik moment has already occurred the race is on now to be the first to build intelligent machines the nation the develops eight i quote we'll be the ruler of the world and that's what vladimir putin said to a group of students last week in russia this was his version of we choose to go to the moon styles are a little different kennedy was at his inspirational best putin was classic putin quote when one parties drawing a drones are destroyed by drones of another we will have no choice but to surrender the race now is on but not towards the heavens what is it we're creating now last year the microchip maker the video began testing their version zhan of selfdriving cars but this car was different than the ones being tested by gugel an apple in tesla this car was not programmed by human this car programmed itself it learn to drive by watching a human drive.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:55 min | 4 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Laugh courage truth wait character go to the mall the other thing not because they are easy but because they are that was fifty five years ago today i don't know what it is with the date of nine twelve but we decided to go to the moon on nine twelve that speech happened in houston kennedy gave his famous we choose to go to the moon twelve years after sputnik we went from getting laughed at two landing man on the moon october fourth 1950 seven so we union successfully launched what was called sputnik into orbit it was the first satellite soviets were kicking our bought two months later we tried to keep pace by launching the vanguard tv three it exploded on the launchpad we were the laughing stock but it was the sputnik moment that changed everything we realized that we had to roll up our sleeves and get to work and thus began the modernday space race the races were we are already afoot but but space alone was was not really the objective at least out with the soviets now the space race is over but there is a new objective and this time the space race the new space race is on a guy and i think the sputnik moment has already occurred the race is on now to be the first to build intelligent machines the nation the develops eight i quote we'll be the ruler of the world and that's what vladimir putin said to a group of students last week in russia this was his version of we choose to go to the moon styles are a little different kennedy was at his inspirational best putin was classic putin quote when one parties drawing a drones are destroyed by drones of another we will have no choice but to surrender the race now is on but not towards the heavens what is it we're creating now last year the microchip maker the video began testing their version of selfdriving cars but this car was different than the ones being tested by google and apple and tesla this car was not programmed by human this car programmed itself it learn to drive by watching a human drive.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:55 min | 4 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on WTVN

"Laugh current truth go to the mall k m do the other thing not because they are easy but because they are that was fifty five years ago today i don't know what it is with the date of nine twelve but we decided to go to the moon on nine twelve that speech happened in houston kennedy gave his famous we choose to go to the moon twelve years after sputnik we went from getting laughed at two landing man on the moon october fourth 1950 seven so we union successfully launched what was called sputnik into orbit it was the first satellite soviets were kicking our but two months later we tried to keep pace by launching the vanguard tv three it exploded on the launchpad we were the laughing stock but it was the sputnik moment that changed everything we realise that we had to roll up our sleeves and get to work and thus begin the modern day space race the races were we're already afoot but but space alone was was not really the objective at least i with the soviets now the space race is over but there is a new objective and this time the space race the new space race is on a guy and i think the sputnik moment has already occurred the race is on now to be the first to build intelligent machine james the nation the develops a on i quote we'll be the ruler of the world and that's what vladimir putin said to a group of students last week in russia this was his version of we choose to go to the moon styles are a little different kennedy was at his inspirational best putin was classic putin quote when one parties drawing a drones are destroyed by drones of another we will have no choice but to surrender the race now is on but not towards the heavens what is it we're creating now last year the microchip maker the video began testing their version of selfdriving cars but this car was different than the ones being tested by gugel an apple in tesla this car was not programmed by human this car programmed itself it learn to drive by watching a human drive.

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"houston kennedy" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"houston kennedy" Discussed on WLAC

"Is in the office no problem for live streaming audio on the web at wnycorg mold and distant qaidam do the other the thing not because they are easy but because they are that was fifty five years ago today i don't know what it is with the date of nine twelve but we decided to go to the moon on nine twelve that speech happened in houston kennedy gave his famous we choose to go to the moon twelve years after sputnik we went from getting laughed at to landing man on the moon october fourth 1950 seven so we union successfully launched what was called sputnik into orbit it was the first satellite soviets were kicking our but two months later we tried to keep pace by launching the vanguard tv three it exploded on the launchpad we were the laughing stock but it was the sputnik moment that changed everything we realized that we had to roll up our sleeves and get to work and thus begin the butter day space race the races we're we're already a foot but but space alone was was not really the objective at least i with the soviets now the space race is over but there is a new objective and this time the space race the new space race is on a guy and i think the sputnik moment has already occurred the race is on now to be the first to build intelligent machine news the nation the develops a on i quote we'll be the ruler of the world and that's what vladimir putin said to a group of students last week in russia this was his version of we choose to go to the moon styles are a little different kennedy was at his inspirational best putin was classic putin quote when one parties drawing a drones are destroyed by drones of another we will have no choice but to surrender the race now is on but not towards the heavens what is it we're creating now last year the microchip maker the video began testing their version of selfdriving cars but this car was different than the ones being tested by gugel an apple in tesla this car was not programmed by a.

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