18 Burst results for "Jim Birch"

"jim birch" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

08:28 min | 3 months ago

"jim birch" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"Right fine her as a parking lot somewhere ask will. You met a woman. I'm on my heels. And i'm going be out there in the parking lot over there and but it just we got to take with kalomo. Kaelin takes its itself serious. Yeah yeah very takes you know now. Pause remember when. I think it was around six to eight months after her surgery remember. She held a press conference and said she was considering rivers. Tecate wait caitlin caitlin. Oh shit that's all women in you don't want to love the mama l. Not really. don't address her him. sham whatever he he had. Sherm had a press conference just to convey but she was considered roberta rob that was right after the operation. Somewhere between safe six months in a year. i didn't have my. Because i the only reason i remembered. I'm i've already put us into the category of beyond ridiculous that is being and the end the whole of prescott like we don't care inhaled of the decision to do something that very few people ever consider me number one number two you exercise your right to indulge in some upper upper middle class madness and then upper middle class shoot higher net but at the point. He made the decision in the announcement about having surgery. Right that's win of is beginning to paul way. It was like. Oh yeah he won't caitlyn. Bruce jenner like the wasn't heat olympic. But on everybody's boxing american. Okay what else am is just interesting now to hear the latest the latest. I may run. You know what this is a situation. A psych foot cycles like psychosis he. This is all about attention exactly. Meeting attention could run no more jump no more and thumbs dams beers and shit but he watched the the kardashians. Sit up there and prance and everything. You need started fantasizing. Only people that way about me. That's why he got with their. I want boobs. I want everything they got. So i have some of that. He wants some attention. He's attention or that's what you call it. Attention war so here. We are looking bruce. Jenner caitlyn bruce. Lynn caitlyn up. All that is is attention whore. Okay you doing that shit for torness the horrid of all the horror of it all. Yeah well so yes might need to give them a washrag from having to go take a bath. No now let me ask you. Did you take donald trump series when he first started talking about running for presidency. Yeah you did you use it. What when donald trump. I started talking about it. I can rolling off the apprentice seriously. Unfortunately unfortunately i had to. because he's a billionaire and there were enough people to actually give him any kind of. I don't think he was going to win. But i thought he'd be a serious candidate. I mean think about it. Herman cain You know what i'm saying was seriously considered for the presidency and he just ran godfather's pizza. You know what i'm saying. So you know what i'm saying. So we had to take donald trump series. The herman cain was really took them track. He was coming on track as the front runner. For minute there. George bush ran. You know what i'm saying so so you know. We had to take that seriously. I think that when when trump did the full page ad in the new york new about killing the so-called five breath okay. he called for their execution. They hadn't started. And i think a lot of people like that shift. Oh okay and i think those are the kind of things that a lot of his supporters now or rooted in. They don't ever have to bring it up for discussion. Yeah okay. But i was like man. Look at the at the end of the day and been paying these guys. I'm not taking it down because they got acquitted. There's there's all these let's just be real. can we just. There is a shitload of white guys. In america who think like donald trump thinks they talk to each other in their small circles and country clubs. And all that shit. They'll never say any of that. Shit out loud. They went on facebook. They won't won't do none of that shit they won't go to their job and fuck until everybody that's liberals juif two friends. They don't like them. They really think that way so they got somebody that can speak out and actually talk how they want them to talk and they don't even have to say nothing just not they head and then going into booth in both right but you know what i'm saying as as as they tried to take his ass down more started coming out and getting brave reagan and and the simple fact of the matter is is that you know saying. There's a whole shitload of people who would want to see. caitlin jenner. Be governor not because not not because caitlyn jenner caitlyn jenner right because they will show how crackpot we are out here in california right. Make us all look stupid. Sam and guess when the mova the gonna never both be the same of ones would probably would would have voted for donald trump you think yep yep just yeah just because california has one of the largest on groups. Yeah salvadorian white people in this country. Yeah if you look at it with. Reagan was reagan with those jim birch society. Okay mauve okay. Yeah but our job ridgewood in in california there is a lot more smiling and cut you though than any other place in the. Us me look asiatic direct open shit in georgia texas. The wreck the states right okay. I come back here. and it's like zeal. devilish has yeah. 'cause they day in day out day in day out man and that's what i think that's who motorist operationally who trump actually mobilized where people just like. You said that have been here not do. They didn't just wake up to being sick and crazy. When trump got to be in they been sick and grades. Okay well the second crazy. Yes well having america so we're going to make a transition now i'm going to drop this because Booty juice us business in the entertainment time. I.

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What it means to defund police

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:20 min | 1 year ago

What it means to defund police

"Conversation that we're having in this country right now about systemic economic racism. Turns today on three words, De Fund, the police. In Minneapolis where George Floyd was killed by police. A Super Majority of the city council there says it wants to dismantle its police force, and in part because that defined the police has become kind of a catch phrase for a really complicated problem, so marketplace's Kimberly. Adams spent her day today, talking to people about what it might mean, concepts like defunding or dismantling or even abolishing the police are a bit more nuance to then may come across a protest. Chant Christy Lopez is co director of the innovative policing program at Georgetown Law and used to work at the Department of Justice Investigating police departments. She says when people talk about defunding police. It doesn't mean that you route budgets for public safety. It may mean that you decrease. Get rid of the police department per se, but you might still have something like an office of public safety. So, what would it do? Ron Surpass spent thirty years in law. Enforcement Police chief in New Orleans in Nashville, chief of the Washington State Patrol, and in all that time about ninety percent of all the police department calls that I've looked at in my life. have nothing to do with a major uniform crime. Crime has nothing to do right murder robbery burglary assault theft auto, nothing surpass now teaches at Loyola University in New Orleans. He says cop spend most of their time. Responding to auto accidents, noise complaints, lots of calls about people dealing with substance abuse. And when someone is having a mental health crisis, we often are sending out the police. Sue Abdur Holden runs the Minnesota branch of the National Alliance on mental illness she. She says the state has mobile mental health crisis teams that can respond. Unfortunately, they're not fully funded so that they can respond twenty four seven to every call that comes in which means the police legally have to says Jim Birch President of the National Police Foundation. The bottom line is who else would you call on a Saturday afternoon or in the middle of the night on a Friday night to come and respond. Respond to help address a dispute or disagreement. There literally is no one else to

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"jim birch" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"jim birch" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"Tom. Mayo is a huge hero of mine. I have a very People people in the customized community know that I have a a very decent collection of Tomio knives and You know heroes like a all of those people. Now are very good friends of mine. Got Gustavo CIKINI. Gtc knives out of Brazil Jens is on SOS from is from Denmark and then most of the guys are are from the US. So Jim Birch Lee Williams Mayo. Obviously Lucas Bernie's Good friend of mine to and You know just a lot of these Peter Carey Gerry McGuinness Michael Birch less George. Those are the guys that I was there. Were around when I was coming up as a collector and that those guys started Working with designer so we would designing They would make a small batch of maybe ten or twenty that will so like on a bike dealers like steel addiction and And that that put my name on the map as a as a designer I had actually Put together anything. I can hardly put yourself at home so and not a very. I'm not a crafty yet. Except now yeah actually had produced some of the most amazing knives. Well that's a nice jump to make so I would imagine you you just you just listed a sort of a Dream Team of mentors. The I left a couple legends out like filled bogus. Zeus key passed away now Zola. Who had the chance of of doing two projects with two custom projects? So those guys you know. They were like knife gods and they still are each one of those. I would imagine you worked with them in a slightly different way. There must have been how. How did your process evolve in working these different people? This was a time where collaborations there were two guys before me. Who designed knives in actually collaborated with custom knife makers First one was Joe Perella yet. A bunch of collapse did a lot of projects with Alan Dershowitz and the other is young Still active in the design world and has his own brand. Now God has that you would react to produce his knives in and then they're amazing So those guys were of the president's to when I started designing knives so there were at one point there were three of us and I actually forgot your question of I was I was saying like each one of them has got to be a slightly different privates. Don't work with them. So that's that's that's it was really interesting because I had a style that I I I had these lines that was kind of obsessed with and that still I still have like the little obsessions like having a good blades handle ratio having a a nice a nice bleed that when the knife is open. You actually wonder how it's GonNa fold into that handle. You know. That was one frustration. I had with with some knives. You know holding knives. When they're open. They looked like folding knives. Because this very often. The latest slimmer in the hefty hampel in this limbo that was that was kind of frustration. I try to circumvent around in and try to solve that problem. Also one I wanted might all the lines to be to follow through the open positions. I didn't want anything to stick out. So unwanted flowing lines open closed. I wanted the knife to look good in every state. So that's kind of what I started incorporating into into those Designs and when I worked with a maker I obviously took whatever culturing he and style. He was in an always took that into account and made a knife that resembled or ended and try to incorporate all of my obsession that so in the design process. You incorporate some of his design cues right and then he builds it. Yeah I would never design knives and then pitched to neighbors. I would always make contact and we would talk and then I would make something for the maker and maybe go back and forth a couple of times and then the the knife would be like him and me and each of us would grow from from that experience because they were all always thanked me for taking them out of their comfort zone and you know and I I. It's always. It was very obvious. Tinian and they would also talk about that. How the work that followed the project for them was always a little different. And I would sequel brought to when you're approaching them In the theoretical world and they're approaching you from the totally practical material world and it could be easy man. I draw a lot of knives and I can imagine if an engineer looked like this would never work because of Xyz so you come to them with pure design. Obviously you know what you what you're doing. You're you come to them with pure design and they have to interpret your design as well. Yeah I would I would. Actually the first projects were little. You know like that where they would say. Well you know. The detention has to be hidden. A track can show in. The knife is is open so you have to make sure that the front of the handle will will hide your little details like that in the couple of few few she. I I a whole lot about mechanics. And how the knife actually works in the real world and after a while I was known for you know taking all that into account and I hung out with with guys in their shop. I actually saw knives. Bilton saw all the constraints and everything that went into that so they were the join dot really accurate to the point where they could actually just go ahead and make the way it was and then we're obviously started working on nice myself in and making them that that was a whole new shifting. I got confronted to the to the real world myself. We'll so how did that happen? How did you make that shift yourself? That was that was maybe three or four years after I started designing is in and I got to work with like a bunch of people and almost most of the guys that wants to work with and I kind of hit a ceiling where you know. I was like okay. This is great but what's next in the more. I work with with with everybody in all these ideas I had. I I also WanNa maybe to focus on something more personal and and and it became very honesty that had to Make that jump in and sort I bought some. I rented a place in bought some equipment and Actually invested quite a lot. I sold I had some very high end knives and And watches and I are probably sold thirty grand worth of stuff and just you know invested in a shop. It's amazing how you probably don't miss those watches or those knives. Maybe every once in a while they were yeah they were for the good. 'cause I mean I I got so much out of that will so it doesn't surprise me you know you're an artist and Presumably a lifelong one that you would eventually want to take the whole process Into your own hands. It makes sense to me that as an artist. The as you are that you would eventually want to take over the entire process of creating these things you know you kind of mastered the the design process. You got some of the greats in industry to help you. Put them together and in the process or not help them. Put Your built on for you in the process. You learned more about the design process. Now you've got to build them yourself. So how did you actually learn the skills To to create such for instance beautifully ground blades. That was a I was kind of a a leap of faith because my my wife and lot of my friends like I said I have a hard time screaming bulb. I'm really that bad so my wife who's always I mean? She's never. She told me after that she would. She thought it was like really fail. Was Ready to pick me up and she. She's really really impressed. By the fact that I actually pulled it off at some point because she did not believe in for a second that I would I would pull it off. So that was that was. It was a bet that I took. I actually never doubted that I would make that would be able to. I wouldn't have done it if I had fighting. The the you know the absolute gut feeling that I hadn't any so It was it was not not that easy. It's a lot of work. Everybody everybody tell you that and you mentioned grounding grinding.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Six two six and Tuesday. San Francisco city, porcelain has often been the forefront of technology in this era, Silicon Valley just down the road has now moved to ban the use of facial recognition technology or information gleaned, from external systems that use the technology part of a larger legislative package device to govern the use of surveillance technologies in the city that requires local agencies to create policies controlling their use of the tools, a lot of this goes back some six years in Oakland California in response to discovery of that city's plans to create a message surveillance network video cameras, gunshot, detectors, and license plate readers, the plan was scrapped after a public backlash and led the creation of privacy commission, which with support from the. Northern California ACLU back the passage of a local law that required the city to submit for public scrutiny. Any purchase of surveillance equipment. Now there are eleven local governments that have moved in a similar direction right now. They include Berkeley, California, as well Somerville, Massachusetts. And also there are others in California, Ohio, and Massachusetts that are moving in this direction, many including language written by the American Civil Liberties union in their measures. We're talking with Dr Edward Peters. The founder of data discovery sciences and an award-winning technology entrepreneur, as we look at just what issues at all. I want to quote you something from Jim Birch, the president of the national police foundation. And he writes, this is an area where our traditional secrecy, and lack of transparency is probably. Come back to hottest the solution. The ads would be to better inform. People and make them aware of why it should be done and how to do it in the safest and smartest ways and they go on to note that hundreds of American police agencies already have access to facial recognition. Use it to help identify suspects in routine crimes from shootings two thefts. Although few of them talk, openly about it your thought about the about the plus side mister Burch, emphasizes the fact that he believes the public hearing only the negative. I would agree with that. I think plus side of this is. Really having technology that enables, the whole area of uncertainty that surrounds any kind of traffic stop and encounter with someone in it to decrease, for instance, in a normal traffic, stop, if there is such a thing, but the police officer approaches the car, they have no idea who this person is it made me the owner of the car vehicle may, not the person, baby. A bad guy. They may want to do harm to the officer they may have warrants that. Maybe doing something illegal one doesn't really know. So there's all this uncertainty. And when human need to react, under uncertain situation like that, especially when there's a probability of being harmed or in this case shot. I, there's a lot of tension as though if the facial recognition system can quickly deliver. Summit pervasive to the officer that this is not a bad guy. There's no warrants. There's no issues here. This could the escalate that encounter. It could be scope Atari too. I would assume I'm walking through a mall. And somebody said, hey, there was a shoplifting reasoning, they give a clothing height, and weight and hair that match me to a T facial, recognition presumably, could exonerate me in that particular case could it not? It could if there's the ability to use it in that in that community that at the same time again, it could also help the person who's, who's actually, like you said, being stopped, we're being accused in guarantee that show, the bell and quickly allow the police officers to go and actually pursue the real suspect and not that one. Now, the name of, of your firm is intriguing I suppose, at this point, we probably should learn a little bit more about what one can find if they go to data discovery sciences dot com. What do you do what we're focused on data and all the as applied data solutions? Whether it's about robotics, we're here, we're talking about robotic process. Automation machine learning facial recognition. How do I use that to make by company and my process, more efficient and how do I I. use this now to enter into market. So companies come to me and asked me to work with them to understand how I how they could use these other processes to accomplish those kinds of those kinds of outcomes, and it's changing every day, just a wonderful place to work is dated discovery sciences involved in any firms, which are employing or researching facial recognition technology. Yes at, for instance, I'll give you an example of a school district, and they were concerned that the privacy issues that surround facial recognition as well as some of the costs and ally abilities case, they were, they were hacked could be a big problem. And I was able to find technology for them that takes a picture and that it could verts that picture to what say representation of the skull, so. What almost looks like an x Ray. What stored that all the database is this x Ray image of the picture and associated with the person as opposed to the actual image themselves. Now, if somebody and here's how it works if you're walking into onto the campus, the facial recognition software, of course, is, is doing all the footage coming off the cameras people draw boxer out, everybody, a green box say, we have a reputation of that person's face and that's good. I yellow box to say, we don't know who this is or a red box to alert security. Get that person now 'cause they're banned from the campus and all of which both protect the privacy of the person as well as gives them at affective solution to be able to control access to their facilities. Dr Edward Peters, our guest again. He is the founder of data discovery scientists dot com. We're looking at facial. Recognition software and efforts to ban it, and we'll come back into talk some more about this because again,.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Responding to the massacre in Sri Lanka. I'm greg. Paul. Kane S T news, Arizona, Senator Martha mcsally is reacting to the deadly bombing attacks and tree Lanka. The Republican says the attack reminds us of the global threat of terrorism, adding it's a horrific tragedy bombings at multiple Christian churches and hotels on Easter killed at least two hundred ninety people in hurt. Hundreds of others. Mick Sally, says she joined Sri Lanka to stand against the evil. A study into the spike of officer involved shootings involving Phoenix polices out the findings of a seventy two page. National police foundation study show Phoenix police were involved in forty four shootings in twenty eight team. Jim Birch president of the national police foundation. Who did the study says many of the incidents involve a single officer on the scene. The number of events that involved a single officer responding to that scene increased in two thousand eighteen if it went up to forty point nine percent in two thousand eighteen. And compared to an average of twenty six point one percent in years prior the study made nine recommendations, including Phoenix police have enough officers to respond to calls and provide adequate backup for responding. Officers. City leaders are planning to meet with community leaders to finalize a nine point plan of action and AirAsia is a signature away from banning held cell phone use behind the wheel the state house gave its approval to the measure last week. The measure also makes the use of a hand held cellphone behind the wheel of primary offense making it an offense which an officer can pull your vehicle over an issue a citation. The Bill is on governor Doug ducey's desk, and he has expressed support for the measure and is expected to sign it this week. I'm Greg Paul as T AM seven ninety two.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's what we're following this hour, according to the US Census Bureau mirror. Copa county is now the fastest growing county in the country for the third year in a row. Four point four million people now, call miracle County Hall and the growth continues one thousand new residents who enough to fill both state farm stadium and he river arena, Eric j toll of Phoenix community and economic development since the population is leaving the northeast and heading west and south eight of ten counties in the west of touring Florida tone says in the twenty twenty cents a Phoenix metro area should overtake metropolitan Boston to become the tenth largest metro in the country. Bob mcclay. KTAR news fading says police chief pledging to take recommendation seriously from an independent study into her department's use of force last year. KTAR Peter say more has more inex- police had a record number of officer involved shootings in. Twenty-eight teen forty four does not represent who. We are as police department path were deadly chief Jerry Williams says many were related to suspects who were armed or with mental health issues in his study national police foundation president Jim Birch found a unified community response to the ladder. The police are not the solution to this problem chief wants counselors to ride with police when they respond to mental health crises Peterson more KTAR news. And as you're driving around the valley the day before Easter you may be stopping in and grabbing some marshmallow peeps. And chocolate eggs. But KTAR is Dr Simpson says you might wanna fill your kid's Easter baskets with things that might last them a little bit longer. What four to eight weeks away from kids being out of school, and they're going to want things to do. So we get family four games, you can get card games and get travel game. Dr Simpson says toys books watches, sidewalk, chalk and t shirts. Great Easter basket fillers for you. Your kids as well. 4:04 on this breezy Saturday afternoon. Let's get a check on the valley roadways..

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"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Becky Lynn here is our top stories is an issue that impacts every agency in Maricopa County in the broader region, we are now hearing from Phoenix police and the national police foundation following an in depth study into the spike of officer involved shootings in Phoenix. The national police foundation is outlining nine recommendations to help reduce officer involved shootings here in Phoenix. We recommend that Phoenix PD implement a process whereby officers will document each time they draw their weapons and point that weapon at a community member. Jim Birch with the national police foundation says it's necessary to document and see how many incidents could have turned deadly chief. Jerry Williams says the department will provide an update within the next sixty days. DEA agents have arrested a Tempe man on federal charges for selling fell to a man which led to his death. This all thanks to the DA's heroin enforcement action team that Coleman with DA says when investigating dead. Drug cases, we try to find the person to gave the lethal dose in this case we were able to review the crime scene from the overdose. In the medical reports that kind of stuff, and we actually were able to find the person that gave the lethal dose of this victim. Pullman says they've charged thirty five year old Joshua fast set with selling the drugs to the twenty four year old victim, and he adds they go after sellers to help bring closure to the victims families, hundreds of current and former ASU economic students received an Email from professor Brian Gauguin, claiming corruption vice president of media relations with ASU Katie pack with says, it's all faults. We have never received any grants. I'm engaged the activation that the university would establish quotas, and any course, requiring sale percentage of students is critically sin. Gauge posted a statement on its website saying quote, sin gauges never provided a grant ASU as part of this partnership, we remained focused on working to support the institution in their efforts to help students succeed in this course. And we've done. For almost one hundred years and with thousands of institutions heading out of town tomorrow for Easter dollars asking you to pack a little extra patients, if you're driving on the eastbound,.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's our top story. Phoenix police chief pledges to take recommendations seriously from an independent study into her department's use of force last year. KTAR's Peter say more has more famous. Police had a record number of officer involved shootings in twenty eighteen forty four does not represent who we are as famously path were deadly chief Jerry Williams says many were related to suspects who were armed or with mental health issues in his study national police foundation president Jim Birch found a unified community response to the ladder. The police are not the solution to this problem chief wants counselors to ride with police when they respond to mental health crises Peterson more KTAR news. The full report is a KTAR dot com. If you'd like to take a look at it the taxpayer Bill for racial, profiling case stemming from former sheriff Joe Arpaio immigration patrols is expected to reach almost one hundred fifty million dollars. By the summer of twenty twenty Maricopa County taxpayers have already paid more than one hundred million and attorney and compliance costs since that lawsuit over traffic patrols targeting immigrants was filed in two thousand seven the spending is expected to continue until the agencies deemed fully compliant for three straight years with a court ordered overhaul of the traffic patrols the family of Minnesota boy who was dropped from third floor balcony at the mall of America, say the five year old showing real signs of recovery. The family releasing short statement saying they have some good news to share on Good Friday new test results have been positive though, the boy remains in intensive care with a long road ahead. Family says they feel overwhelming prayers and support and that they seem to be working police say a twenty four year old man who did not know the boy threw him over the balcony at the mall. The boy falling nearly forty feet breaking bones and suffering head trauma. The man is charged with the tempted homicide. He's being held in lieu of two million dollar bond. Ryan burrow, ABC news. And in celebration of. Of national parks week all entrance fees on Saturday will be waived will chef from the national park foundation says they also want to help connect two hundred fifty thousand people to the parks through school field trips and volunteering also working on getting young people through coal, service course to get out there and work in national parks to support trellis ration-. The Grand Canyon is one of the most visited parks in the US. Let's see how that Good Friday. Traffic.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So what the researcher there Jim Birch is saying at least when I heard was when they got with Maricopa County attorney's office for the data that they had that officer involved shootings in miracle. Pa- county have gone up ninety percent from the year two thousand two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen to two thousand eighteen is that what you heard. Yeah. That's that's staggering. I mean that it's just almost doubled. Yeah. Where's that story? Then. Yeah. And this also points out this is not a problem if we're going to go with this data, that's exclusive to the Phoenix police. Because mirror COPA county. I mean, you're talking about all the municipalities. Sure. But what am I missing here? Because I mean, we have the largest radio news team in the state that we lean on all the time here at on a talk program, right? They're the best out there. And I just I'm not disputing the data. I'm just saying like, I haven't the stories that we report on. I don't know they don't necessarily support that does that make sense. I'm not trying to be a negative Nellie. I'm just simply saying we focus so much on all these officer evolved shootings in Phoenix. This is a problem. So much of the city spent one hundred fifty thousand dollars on this report to find out what's going on. And we find out that this isn't just a problem in Phoenix. It's a problem Maricopa County what so what you're saying is how do these incidents? If again, if we're to go with the data incidents in other municipalities or with the sheriff, not get as much. Blissett that. And so that that jumped out to me on still trying to wrap my head around. This ninety percent increase in officer involved shootings from two thousand seventy two thousand eighteen in Maricopa County, but there are a couple of other things that also jumped out, and there is mutual agreement from both the officers that were interviewed for this research as well as the community that mental health is become a huge problem for lawn forcement out there one area of striking agreement as the mayor noted between the community and law enforcement officers is that the police should not be the primary response to mental health needs community. And we are so encouraged grateful to hear the mayor and others in city and state leadership really stepping up to address this particular issue as our recommendations requested now mayor guy. Bag spoke, I at this news conference, and she said that there is broad agreement that mental health issues are a massive concern. And she identified it as an area with the the they could see the most improvement and make the biggest difference. And a lot of the things that were recommended in this report, including as it relates to the issue of dealing with mental health issues with the police responding to it involves some form of additional staffing. They want more proactive. Police presence that's going to take more staff. There's been a suggestion of having a chief Williams said maybe it's time to have a mental health professional in a ride along capacity. All that is additional staffing which has been a major problem for this department for several years now, mental health is a huge issue in this report dove into it a little bit more as well. Taking a look at where we stand as a state when it comes to mental health issues, and the nonprofit organization mental health America ranked Arizona thirty nine. Ninth among all states where it's overall ability to address mental health issues. That's not good. Also, it says that. So all we rank in the middle regarding the prevalence of mental health, but access to care is low. We come at forty two at that's an improvement over where we were in two thousand fifteen where we were fifty out of fifty one. There's this disconnect between how the community is suffering with mental health issues access to care and the role and responsibility of law enforcement. I'm glad that they have these recommendations they're not going in there's a willingness to implement them. But it's going to be tough. Yeah. And usually positive changes in massive changes are tough. I'm glad that both the chief of police as well as the mayor seem up to the challenge. All right. So ton a stuff going on today..

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"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It has been a good process that has involved our community members and our officers. I wanna thank everyone who gave their time to be part of this important process. We. Have learned a lot. And it's important to also talk about the areas where we agree we had broad agreement in areas such as mental health our community. Members said we need to do better, and we need additional resources beyond the police department to address mental health. We heard the same thing from our police officers that is one of the areas where I think we can do the most improvements and save the most lives, we've had dramatic changes in mental health, and we do not have high levels of investment in Arizona and mental healthcare as identified by this report, it is something that our officers deal with on a daily basis, we responded to at least forty one hundred suicide calls in the last year. We had twelve thousand five hundred people who we brought to behavioral health facilities. This is a growing and increasing portion of the work we do at the city of Phoenix police department. It's not just a Phoenix issue. It's a state issue. It is not something one department can do on its own, and it requires all levels of government nonprofit. And community members. Typically, the city of Phoenix is not the branch of government that is in charge of mental health. But as you see from today's report, it pervades, everything we do, and we will step up and be partners in making that change. I've had conversations since we received this report yesterday with governor ducey's team they are committed to helping us address this issue as well. As other members of government later today, I'll have the opportunity to meet with America, but integrated healthcare system to talk about how they can help us with one of the reports most important recommendations, which is how we can better respond to mental health in this community with non police resources. What we've heard from community members as we've had alarming increases in areas such as suicide and the closest patrol officer is not always the best person to respond to some of these calls. So we as elected officials need to step up and support our police officers make sure they get the additional resources that they need in this area. This work is incredibly. Important that is chosen to highlight one facet in particular. Which I think we have not discussed a sufficiently and one where I think we can save a lot of lives of asked the city manager to create a work group that can continue to the work we've done with this report help us implement it. And learn from best, practices and other cities. Tell us lower the number of police shootings and assure officers and community members make it home safely. And now I'd like to turn it over to chief Williams to discuss the details of the report. Thank you. Thank you, mayor guy goes members of the press council member Noah Caskey as well as Jim Birch who's up here. Joining me today in may of two thousand sixteen nearly six months into the year, the Phoenix pace-department matched the total number of officer involved shootings for previous year, which was twenty one. This spike was immediately alarming to us. This had a significant impact not only on those individuals and neighborhoods involved. But the entire Phoenix police department and law enforcement in general, the national the least foundation was chosen to conduct the study because they are an independent nonprofit nonpartisan entity who has been both favorable and critical of major law enforcement agencies whom they've examined they don't have a membership. However there contributors include respected, researchers prominent civil rights practitioners and the greater law enforcement community. The study of art department provides a comprehensive layout of twenty eight. Phoenix police officers discharged service weapons forty four times during critical incidents. The study not only shows what happened and what the officers were faced with during these difficult encounters. But it also provides a set of recommendations designed to improve our department. I have reviewed their suggestions. And I'm committed to the implementation of all nine editions at this time. I'd like to introduce Jim Birch the president of the national police foundation, Mr. Burch has over twenty years of policing and criminal Justice experience from the United States Department of Justice and has served as the assistant director at the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms acting director at the bureau of Justice Assistance, and deputy assistant attorney general also available for questions that you may have or guarding the research methodology will be Dr Justin Knicks doctrine next, an associate professor at the school of criminology and criminal Justice from the university of Nebraska at Omaha his research centers on policing with an. Emphasis and procedural Justice legitimacy an officer involved shootings once again, Mr. Buch. Good morning, everyone and chief thank you very much and also want to thank the entire city leadership for the way in which it's received the feedback that we've given them this week. They've received it graciously with open arms and demonstrated great leadership in response to address these critical issues. I'd like to ask everyone here today to just indulge me for a few minutes while I take you through a bit of an overview of how we approach the study. It is a little bit unique. But then I'd also like to share with you some of the highlights of the key findings that we came away with. And then briefly walk you through some of the recommendations that we've made a as he dives into the methodology of it right there that is again mister Birch who's the researcher who is part of the executive summary national police foundation report, he I don't really care so much about the methodology. We are monitoring right now. And as soon as they get to the findings. We will bring that back up for you live here at KTAR because the methodology is an important the findings are, but we did hear from mayor guy. I go there briefly, the Phoenix mayor, and I did find this to be interesting, Jeff because they are highlighting a lot of the mental health issues that we know so many of the officers are encountering nowadays police last year in the city of Phoenix responded to forty one hundred suicide calls they also had to take twelve hundred fifty people to behavioral health facilities. The made it clear that this is not just a Phoenix issue. But a state issue and a kind of goes back to a point. I was making yesterday when we had Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone on regarding the officer involved shooting that took place their whole tight, we're finding out some of those new findings. Let's go back to a lot after Jeff Alpert from the university of South Carolina. Dr Jeff road, Jack from Michigan State University. And Dr Scott wolf also from Michigan State University together this research team has probably done more of these kinds of studies than any other researchers in the United States. They have been prolific in their review of these issues and use of force. Generally, our study did not allow us for the time line in the study did not allow us the luxury of gaining broad input from the community and from law enforcement officers both critical voices to be heard. However, we did have the opportunity to to meet with the community during our initial meeting here in August of twenty eighteen subsequent to that. We did have the opportunity to meet with a number of officers. We want to thank the associations who helped us identify those officers and bring them in make them available to us on their own time to be able to have discussions about. What is taking place in twenty? We then followed back up with community groups and members at the end of the study period. This was approximately December January and conducted a number of one on one interviews with community members again to seek their input about what may be happening in twenty eighteen and so their voices. I think can be heard through the recommendations in this report. Or overall study was begun by looking at twenty eighteen in context. And so it is important to look at twenty eighteen in comparison to other years, but it's also important to look at twenty eighteen in Phoenix. And what happened in Phoenix that maybe happened or didn't happen in other cities around the state and the region? And so we looked at similarly situated cities, both nationally and locally, and we essentially took a process where we looked at a per capita population essentially as well as violent crime. I'll talk about that in just a minute. We needed to put twenty eight teen in context not in any way to diminish the tragedies that were seen in two thousand eighteen but to understand what was different about Phoenix in two thousand eighteen than than in other years following that overview we began to examine deadly force events, very specifically in two thousand eighteen as well as in the nine prior years as a means of exploring what may have been different. We also had an opportunity to examine PD policy's very closely to see how well they conform to national best practices as well as reviewing training materials and curricula and visiting the training academy observing some of the first use of force training that have been recently revised for officers here. As you've heard the mayor talk about a report concludes with nine broad recommendations that again correspond I think very well to the feedback we received from officers and from the community as well as we took away from the data. So to to talk a little bit about some of the findings. It is important that we look at how Phoenix compares to other major cities. And there can be no doubt Phoenix had the highest number of individual incidents, the forty four number stands out. But when we start to look at Phoenix compared to other cities of similar size and Phoenix compared to other jurisdictions that are comparable in terms of violent crime rates. We get a little bit of a different look on what occurred in particular when we examined. Phoenix. And compared that to jurisdictions of similar size in terms of population. Phoenix ranking dropped from one to six when we looked at the amount of violent crime per capita within the jurisdiction the ranking dropped from one to seven and these are important things to understand not again to diminish what occurred here in two thousand eighteen but put it into context, it is also important to note that this is not the first time that Phoenix has seen a significant spike in incidents. We observed similar spikes in twenty thirteen and in two thousand sixteen again, not to diminish what occurred in two thousand eighteen but important context, we also had the opportunity to meet with the Maricopa County attorney's office who was gracious enough to share with us countywide data about incidents that they've responded to or investigated across the jurisdiction we were able to determine from that data that this is not just a Phoenix issue. This is an issue that impacts every agency in Maricopa County in the broader region, in fact. We noticed that ninety percent increase in incidence officer involved shooting incidents from twenty seventeen to twenty eight eighteen. For the data that was available from the county attorney's office.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KOMO

"Cure hepatitis C. We gotta make sure we get access to the drugs is very expensive. Inslee says there's been a one hundred and twenty six percent increase in cases over the last five years tied largely to the opioid crisis. But he believes that this program, which he says will save money will eliminate Heff see in Washington in twelve years. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Boeing wins a nine billion dollar defense contract. We'll training jets for the. Air force the trainer program. We'll replace the air force's half century old fleet of t thirty eight supersonic jets have helped prepare American combat pilots since the Kennedy administration. Seattle times says the training aircraft and ground based training systems would be made at Boeing Saint Louis plant blowing beat out Lockheed Martin for that contract air, travelers might be reading too much into a story out of LA suggesting it's okay to carry pot onto a plane. Komo's Corwin Hake breaks it down that buzz emanating from southern California is the Los Angeles International airport policy that says travelers are now allowed to pack marijuana when flying out of LAX, according to the Los Angeles Times if it's legal on the street, it's legal at the airport. All bets are off though when it comes to passing through a federal TSA checkpoint. It's unclear if federal authorities will be lax about the LAX policy. Meanwhile, at seatac airport of Seattle Commissioner Ryan Kalkin says the day may come when we'd is allowed on planes for flights within a state where pot is legal. But he adds such a policy would have little impact in Washington. We have fourteen hundred flights per day coming going from seatac and the vast majority of flights are either overseas or to other states. And so I suspect that that's a policy that wouldn't have broad implications. Even if we consider that for now pod is just as legal at seatac as it is at LAX right up until you try to board a plane Corwin Hake. Komo news. A local police sergeant already on notice for sexually harassing a subordinate is getting a promotion the Bremerton police department is promoting sergeant Kevin crane to a supervisory position that will boost his salary from one hundred twenty thousand dollars a year to one hundred twenty eight thousand it's effective Monday. And it comes three years after crane was suspended for three days for telling a female officer. If she wanted to advance in the department's she should get under his desk, Bremerton paid one hundred seventy five thousand dollars to settle the officers. Claim against crane new police chief Jim Birch tells the Kitsap. Sun crane is undergone harassment training and has served his time. Time in the penalty box was should Yakima tribal. Members have to pay Washington state gas taxes on the reservation. The US supreme court will decide the Yakima herald Republic reports the US supreme court has said of hearing for October thirtieth on the case stemming from a State Department of licensing lawsuit back in two thousand thirteen the soup was against a gas station and convenience store. In white swan. The department claimed the store brought out of state fuel onto the reservation without paying the state's fuel tax Yakima county. Superior court and the state supreme court had previously ruled the treaty of eighteen fifty-five exempted tribal owned gas stations on the reservation from the tax. Frank lenzi. Komo news fires. Not tariffs are the biggest worry facing northwest wheat farmers after summer wildfires wiped out some of their crops, Oregon wheat farmer Logan, Paget says the current trade war doesn't affect him the way it does apple and cherry growers. If you were to use the term trade war, that's.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But we we had a whole section of friends and family from san francisco so we had of my cousins we also at levi's now we have sixteen seats together but it's a whole little gang you know my cousins tarantino's and then they're on the south bay and know people the wears the local marsin knows all these people that went to grammar school with me in ndtv notre i'm david twat where parents similar to the french school i we had all our buddy sitting around us so we would stay and then because you know we we were lower middle class family my dad spent so much on the tickets we chant to appreciate the ticket even if the niners were getting their asses kicked we stayed to the end of the game i love the fact that your phantom of the niners particularly its its geographical being san francisco born and raised it's a hereditary being passed down from it your dad and then it became not just your immediate family but your extended family and you know if you are lucky enough to have season tickets for sport the people that you sit around do become your family and you you live the wins and the losses altogether we hate it so much when you know niner fans and they do this now levi's hopefully with jimmy g coming in some winning we'll change this but people sell their seats so even my cousin bob would sell a seat for ten bucks and so two now i've seattle fan surrounding me philly fans are the worst jet fan you know like you just you're surrounded by the enemy and i can't take it the worst game that i've ever been to in my entire life was used to seasons ago cowboy game at levi's i remember that i remember irving the caesar i texted people at the niners was like that was horrible that was really one of the worst experiences i've ever had as a fan and if you're listening to this and you're niner fan ju just can't we have some sort of thing we sell our tickets but seldom tonight our fans shouldn't we be able to pick who is seldom too because you just torturing the rest of the people in that stadium so you can make a quick buck i hate it so much so to cowboys fans would not only inherited a love of the forty niners would hate of a lot of teams and their fans i hate the raiders and their fans i hate the rams in this probably seattle rams raiders cowboys so those are all pretty where'd you the new york giants fit in there because for me as an outsider looking into the niners in their success and unfortunately some of the failures here recently but you think the giants and what they've done in big games to the niners i think about jim birch has made it a grease spot out of joe montana or you know the championship games or it just seems to me like low key the new york giants you would think would fit in their insurance i think it's a fan thing too okay okay respect i respect in that city and fans as a yeah i don't respect the saint louis rams fan it's ridiculous and seattle i've just been pretty vocal about this but how they all dress up now they dress up like there these mardi gras raider fans and it still look exactly the same with the blue and green face paint just so gross and then how they added neon to their uniforms it's just that bothers me everything bothers me about seattle and i won't even go to seattle so you won't even go up to centurylink field even if the niners were doing well you would not step in to based on the.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But we we had a whole section of friends and family from san francisco so we had of my cousins we also still at levi's now we have sixteen seats together but it's a whole little gang you know my cousins tarantino's and then they're on the south bay and people the wears the local marsin knows all these people that went to grammar school with me then dv notre dame divvied twat where parents to the french school i we had all our buddy sitting around us so we would stay then because you know we we were sure to lower middle class family my dad's spent so much on the tickets we chat to appreciate the ticket even if the niners were getting their asses kicked we stayed to the end of the game i love the fact that your phantom of the niners particularly its its geographical being san francisco born and raised its hereditary being passed down from your dad and then it became not just your immediate family but your extended family and you know if you are lucky enough to have season tickets for sport the people that you sit around do become your family and you you live the wins and the losses altogether we hated it so much when you know niner fans and they do this now levi's hopefully with jimmy g coming in some winning we'll change this but people sell their seats so even my cousin bob would sell a seat for ten bucks and so now i've got seattle fan surrounding the philly fans are the worst chet fan you know like you just you're surrounded by the enemy i can't take it the worst game that i've ever been to in my entire life was two seasons ago cowboy game at levi's i remember that i remember i texted people at the niners shows like that was horrible that was really one of the worst experiences i've ever had as a fan and if you're listening to this year niner fan ju just can't we have some sort of thing we sell our tickets but seldom to niner fans shouldn't we be able to pick who is seldom too because you just torturing the rest of the people in that stadium so you can make a quick buck i hate it so much so to cowboys fans would not only inherited a love of forty niners but hate of a lot of teams and their fans hate the raiders and their fans i hate the rams in this order probably seattle rams raiders cowboys so those are all pretty now we're the new york giants fit in there because for me as an outsider looking into the niners and their success and unfortunately some of the failures here recently but you think of the giants and what they've done in big games to the niners by jim birch has made it a grease spot out of joe montana or you know the championship games or it just seems to me like low key the new york giants you would think would fit in their insurance i think it's a fan thing too okay okay respect i respect in that city and the fans as an yeah i don't respect the saint louis rams fan yeah that's ridiculous and seattle i just have been pretty vocal about this but how they all dress up they dress up like they're these mardi gras raider fans and it still look exactly the same what their blue and green face paint just so gross and then the how they added neon to their uniforms it's just that bothers me everything bothers me about seattle i won't even go to seattle so you won't even go up to sixty league field even if the niners were doing well you would not step in to based on the.

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"jim birch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Dan you know like you just you're surrounded by the enemy and i can't take it the worst game that i've ever been to in my entire life was i think it was two seasons ago cowboy game at levi's i remember that i remember i texted people at the niners so it was like that was horrible that was really one of the worst experiences i've ever had as a fan and if you're listening to this and you're niner fan just can't we have some sort of thing we sell our tickets but seldom to our fans shouldn't we be able to pick who seldom too because you're just torturing the rest of the people in that stadium so you can make a quick buck i hate it so much so to cowboy fans would not only inherited a love the forty niners but hate of a lot of teams and their fans i hate the raiders and their fans i hate the rams in this order probably seattle rams raiders cowboys so those are all pretty now we're we're the new york giants fitting there because for me as an outsider looking into the niners in their success and unfortunately some of the failures here recently but you think of the giants and what they've done in big games to the niners i think about jim birch is making a grease spot out of joe montana or you know the championship games or it just seems to me like low key the new york giants you would think would fit in there i think it's a fan thing too okay okay respect i respect in that city and fans as a yeah i don't respect the saint louis ram fan it's ridiculous and seattle i just didn't have been pretty vocal about this but how they all dress up now they dress up like there these mardi gras raider fans and it's still look exactly the same what their blue and green face paint is just so gross and then how they added neon to their uniforms it's just that bothers me everything bothers me about seattle and i won't even go to seattle so you won't even go up to centurylink field even if the niners were doing well you would not step in to based on the fats dog or drink i don't want to be around any i don't like just being around those people so then i have to ask you you're living in the belly of the beast you live in la and now with la on the come up with the rams and what they've done and obviously that la san francisco bay area sports rivalry what has it been like for you over the years you've lived in la being a guy for sports for there was before we had the ticket on direct tv sunday ticket changed everything for me because used to have to go to a bar and i'd be surrounded by people that are opposing know fans trying to watch my game with sound on one the ticket came out jumped all over when i could afford it i just want to sit at home alone would i can't stand in some of my friends and they're even on i'm dying up here this guy andrew santino he's a bears fan he's swearing ram stuff no no no no not really yeah okay well i live here i live here no no no that's we we can't have that no it's all right here especially considering it's an nfc teams you can't do that who says i can't people i it really bothers me so i really do love the niners i find myself just refreshing stuff that is the thing i'm probably the most obsessed with in my entire life were guy and we were talking before we got hooked up here that you're gonna make a program up here every single week during the regular season that's just how you roll that's not as you see all these people at burbank airport.

Dan levi
"jim birch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But we we had a whole section of friends and family from san francisco so we had of my cousins we all still at levi's now we have sixteen seats together but it's a whole little gang know my cousins tarantino's and then they're on the south bay and you know people the wears the luck marsin knows like all these people that went to grammar school with me at ndtv notre dame david twat where parents similar to the french school i we had all our buddies sitting around us so we would stay and then because you know we we were sure of lower middle class family my dad spent so much on the tickets we sent to appreciate the ticket even if the niners were getting their asses kicked and we stayed to the end of the game i love the fact that your phantom of the niners particularly its its geographical being san francisco born and raised its hereditary being passed down from your dad and then it became not just your immediate family but your extended family and you know if you are lucky enough to have season tickets for sport the people that you sit around do become your family and you you live the wins and the losses altogether we hated it so much when you know niner fans and they do this now at levi's hopefully with jimmy g coming in some winning we'll change this but people sell their seats so even my cousin bob would sell a seat for ten bucks and so two so now i've got seattle fan around ending the philly fans are the worst a jet fan you know like you just you're surrounded by the enemy and i can't take it the worst game that i've ever been to in my entire life was two seasons ago cowboy game at i remember that i remember early in the season i texted people at the niners was like that was horrible that was really one of the worst experiences i've ever had as a fan and if you're listening to this year niner fan ju just can't we have some sort of thing we sell our tickets but seldom tonight our fans shouldn't we be able to pick who seldom too because you just torturing the rest of the people in that stadium so you can make a quick buck i hate it so much so to cowboy fans would not only inherited a love of the forty niners but hate of a lot of teams and their fans i hate the raiders and their fans i hate the rams in this order probably seattle rams raiders cowboys so those are all pretty now where'd you the new york giants fit in there because for me as an outsider looking into the niners and their success and unfortunately some of the failures here recently but you think the giants and what they've done in big games to the niners i think about jim birch has made it a grease spot out of joe montana or you know the championship dame's or it just seems to me like low key the new york giants you would think would fit in their insurance i think it's a fan thing too okay okay you respect i respect in that city and fans as a yeah i don't respect the saint louis rams fan it's ridiculous and seattle i just been pretty vocal about this but how they all dress up now they dress up lake there these mardi gras raider fans and it's still look exactly the same with the blue and green face paint is just so gross and then how they added neon to their uniforms it's just that bothers me everything bothers me about seattle and i won't even go to seattle so you won't even go up to centurylink field even if the niners were doing well you would not step in to stadium based on the fan or drink i don't want to be around any i don't like just being around those people so then i have to ask you you're living in the belly of the beast you live in l a and now with la kind of on the come up with iran's and what they've done and obviously that la san francisco that la bay area sports rivalry what has been like for you over the years you've lived in la being sports for there was before we had.

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"jim birch" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on The Science Hour

"I was doing what i normally do kind of sitting here weekend's going through full pile of really boring data looking for zuma about secrets us military payload i happen to cross something that wasn't zuma at all the characteristics of the signal told me right away without even doing any analysis to it that it was likely a spacecraft and higher orbit and that peaches interests this one wasn't in my database so we have some software that allows us to analyse radio signals from space and compare that to an orbital catalogue publiclyknown spacecraft and this one immediately came back from an object called two six one one three and do gets it that was that old space friend image mhp image satellite image and that was an all was talking it was trying to communicate something at that point i decided okay this warrants a little bit further investigation so i started googling a little bit more intensely and i noticed they used language that was in the past tense a goat image then i stumbled across the nasa failure review for the image space mission when i got to the end of it read their conclusions i had one of those moments where you just kind of like sit back and go oh my god it's a lot the what do you do when you found along loss nasa satellite chattering away you shared on the internet of course scott created a blog called riddles in the sky and tweeted to its astronomer buddies and then he wasted but his wife mississippi had a better idea she looked at me and she said you know scott you need to find people that made that and you need to tell them it was late in the evening that ninety started doing some research into the mission further and that's when i discovered jim birch is email address and i sent him a note number two six one one is alive i repeat image of alive phil perry interested didn't know whether the be excited or terrified so i thought about five thirty four.

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"jim birch" Discussed on Science in Action

Science in Action

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on Science in Action

"That was doing what i normally do on a sitting here on a weekend going through a whole pile of really boring data looking for zuma about secrets us military payload i happened across something that wasn't zuma at all the characteristics of the signal told me rate away without even doing any analysis to it that it was likely a spacecraft and higher orbit and that pete to increase this one was in my database so we have some software that allows us to analyse radio signals from space and compare that to an orbital catalogue outs publiclyknown spacecraft and this one immediately came back from an object called two six one one three and do gets it that was that old space friend image damage image and that was an all it was talking it was trying to communicate something at that point i decided okay this warrants a little bit further investigation so i started googling a little bit more intensely and i noticed they used language that was in the past tense about image then i stumbled across the national failure review for the image space mission when i got to the end of it and rather their conclusions i have one of those moments where you just kind of like sit back and go oh my god it's alive the what do you do when you found along loss nasa satellite chattering away you share it on the internet of course scott created a blog called riddles in the sky and tweeted to its astronomer buddies and then he wasted but his wife mississippi had a better idea she looked at me and she said you know scott you need to find people that made that and you need to tell them it was late in the evening that night i started doing some research into the mission further and that's when i discovered jim birch is email address and i sent him a note number two six one one three is alive i repeat image of alive phil perry interested didn't know whether the be excited or terrified so i saw it about five thirty mukwar.

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"jim birch" Discussed on Science in Action

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jim birch" Discussed on Science in Action

"Major temperature changes both at the surface of the brain and even deeper into brain and what we find is you have to be very careful because you can yet for the different experiments we basically minimizing the power to the lowest possible power as well as duration and frequency of all sizes and to limit these problems and basically not cook the tissue mccue of the japanese research institute rican on experiments on i think we'll really open up some interesting new avenues in brain science mixed all samantha who has found a story of muslim found in space yes i found a story about someone who has found a satellite found a satellite walked armagh here on the planet no up in space which is why it's so extraordinary because this satellite was launched back in two thousand and it was from nasa it was called image and it was meant to see the invisible which means it was supposed to visualize all the ions in electrons that surround earth in that are kept in motion shen by the planet's magnetic field vets the might meters fear exactly and so as the name suggest image was supposed to capture images of the whole magnetosphere and the view of the aurora as well and here's the story image was unique in that it was the only space physics mission ever designed completely to do remote sensing that's patricia rife she helped build and run the satellite when she says remotesensing this means the image satellite could stand back and take a picture of the whole magnetosphere and for five years that was what a did everything was fine but then just before christmas in two thousand and five everthing was were him perfectly rwanda's from transmitting this was the head guy of the research team jim birch most likely thing will happen is a highenergy particle.

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