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Richard McSpadden from AOPA on how he got into aviation

The Pilot Network Podcast

04:19 min | Last week

Richard McSpadden from AOPA on how he got into aviation

"Where did your first interest in aviation start off? Yeah. It came really from my dad when my dad turned it was roughly in in his forties early forties. My mom gave him a present of a flight lesson off and he took that I was about high school college at the time. And he immediately took to it. He just loved it as my mom knew he would and I watched him go through that and saw the planning at the kitchen table and all that and I thought man that that looks like a lot of fun and he encouraged me through the years kind of nudge me to look at flying you thought I would enjoy it thought I would you know be good at it and I'm really thankful that he did that's kind of where it came a little bit late for me in life. But that's kind of where it came from that is a little bit later than most people we talked about. I one of my good friends in college that he was the same way. He entered ROTC with me and his whole goal was I think he wanted to be a lawyer in the Air Force song You Had a scholarship in for like English or something cuz you did really well in school and he decided that he thought this flying thing would be super cool. So 18 plus years later. He still find fighters on active duty package. So I think maybe there's something to it for those of you who are trying to go that route maybe delay that passion. I gotta do this. I gotta do this you won't put as much pressure on yourself and wage. Actually grow into a little bit better and next thing, you know, you're the you're the lead of the of the Thunderbirds. So we've us through just how you're active duty career piece together to get you to kind of where you are, New Jersey. Yeah. So I was ROTC like you were and came out of University of Georgia and went to Advanced Air Force Base in Enid Oklahoma and back that time, you know, you everybody flew to 37th and then everybody Flutie 38 sand somewhere in there. They would decide they had to be far qualified and they would take like whatever persuasion they would make that far qualified and if you made that cut you were able to choose what you want to go fly next. I think they do a lot differently now, but and then it was it was a pretty brutal process everybody knew your rank order of the class and that was publicized well known and they would put the airplanes up that were available and you know pilot number one in the class. What do you want and need to look at the list of all the classes and birth Take whatever class he wanted and our our airplane and then you know on the number two number two, what do you want? Right so through that process. I got very fortunate and I flew the F-15. That's the place. I really wanted to fly. And from there. I flew and kadena and came back and did Holloman Air Force Base for a long time was the F-15 demo pilot for a while really enjoyed that bath and then moved to the ranks. Like a lot of people went back to the schoolhouse top there in the F fifteen for a while fluid Langley for a while and then moved onto the Thousand Birds, you know about about the time. I I think I was an Ops officer at Tyndall and release came out about okay. It's time to hire a new round of Thunderbird pilots. And one of them this year's team lead position. If you're an operations officer and you meet all these calls and you're interested, you know, put your package in and so that's kind of you know in short where my career went. I did have that middle stint. You know when you're on active duty job. Want you to do the career broadening thing. Oh, yeah, and so, you know rightfully so my boss was really trying to look out for my career and he was pushing me to go to the Pentagon and take a staff to her and just thought he didn't want to do that. So I went and found my my own little assignment flying King airs in the Philippines and just had a ball doing that my wife and I went we were I was an assistant at a shame that we had three King airs in the Philippines at the time. So my job was to sort of manage that Fleet and be the chief sort of instructor of you know, the 06 has and the other people that would apply to King air bag and that was just an absolute ball. I just I can't say enough about the king you are and what a fantastic airplane that is you say stuff like that and that makes me go. Yeah, I I've had friends who've done similar type jobs, right and I always say man. I just I learned about all these things the day after I make a decision and go for something else. It's like every significant wage Yeah,

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Mars Astronauts Could Tote Inflatable Heat Shield to Ease Landings

Innovation Now

01:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Mars Astronauts Could Tote Inflatable Heat Shield to Ease Landings

"The largest rover we've landed on Mars is about the size of a car, but sending humans to Mars will require a much bigger spacecraft and that means new technologies to lend the payload. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future to land astronauts on Mars NASA is working on an inflatable heat shield that would take up less space in a rocket than a rigid heat shield, but still survive the intense heat as the spacecraft enters. The atmosphere of Mars, here's Josh Foti a thermal engineer at NASA Langley. Research Center. It's an inflatable heat shield that is meant to safely land. A large payload at Mars someday, and that requires a flexible thermal protection system, flexible heat shield, and this technology had to be developed from scratch here in our intention is to apply technology and test methodology expertise that we've developed here at NASA Langley during last twelve or thirteen years, we're going through seventy, eight, thousand, ninety different materials, and we're screening material combinations, and we're figuring out what works what doesn't this inflatable heat shield would expand and inflate before entering the atmosphere allowing heavier spacecraft to approach the surface and land safely in an area astronauts went to explore

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Finding solutions to headaches on the race track

Innovation Now

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Finding solutions to headaches on the race track

"Of the byproducts of racing is combustion fumes that can cause blue like symptoms including severe headaches, nausea, and dizziness. These maladies are a problem for anyone at any time but pose particular hazards on a racetrack when cars are moving at high speeds working with NASA racing. Engineers adapted a space technology originally designed for an atmospheric satellite project to create a filter that removes ninety nine percent of all airborne particles providing drivers with fresh clean air. The compact lightweight filter is part of a compound system to remove noxious gases and other materials from the air. The driver breeds wind tunnel experts at NASA Langley Research Center. Then helped engineers develop a mechanism to deliver the cooled filtered. Directly to a port in the driver's helmet, the cleaner air virtually eliminates the carbon monoxide poisoning. The driver's refer to as getting gassed and without the prolonged co exposure. This NASA spinoff helps protect race car drivers from at least one of headache

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We All Play A Role with Daniel Snyder

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:30 min | 2 months ago

We All Play A Role with Daniel Snyder

"Daniel you introduce yourself morning do I in. Yeah I'm Daniel Snyder storm coming out of just outside Vancouver British Columbia Canada, a project in pure coordinator with our action table here in Langley, that is responding to the ongoing overdose crisis. So in British Columbia redeclared a public health emergency just over four years ago in response to the rising and alarming number of fatal overdoses in the province really dramatic spike in my own journey through opioid addiction I was basically addicted to heroin. For fifteen years and realizing learning about this crisis that was ongoing. I realized I really had an opportunity to play some role in sharing my story in how I was impacted by addiction and and how perhaps our current approaches kearns social attitudes towards drug use is not helping a lot of people. So let's jump in and just talk about that. Well, let's start with your story and then how that manifests itself and then how. You want to change that view. It sounds like, yeah. So I don't fit into a typical narrative and when his narrative I I mainly framing addiction around the way it's presented at large to to us in society. So for a Lotta people who aren't directly impacted, their perception is formed they what they see in the media and. The media has a strong tendency of focusing on the most. Damaging and obvious of cases. So we're talking about. While the downtown Vancouver is the perfect example. It's it's essentially world famous for all the wrong reasons in terms of drug use open drug use homelessness, and in it was inevitable that if you look at a newspaper or watch a leading story on on this overdose crisis, you're gonNA see back alleys and injection drug use in the perception might be that that's precisely what addiction looks like and I I was never homeless. I was never out of work hours maintain to maintain employment, and if you'd walk asked me. During the years I was inactive addiction, you wouldn't have had one of those stereotypical thoughts about me that perhaps many of us are guilty of insensitive. Look there goes drug addict and I spent. Most of my years in working really really hard at trying to hide it, right keep it a secret not allow people to find out what was really going on with me and what was underneath that or what the reasons were for. That are props complex and nuanced and heart of my own story but also part of the larger story of our our society and our attitudes towards people who use substances. Right. I, think a lot of people their addiction is hidden. It's not seeing they need help they need. Support. But because of the stigma around addiction, they can't reach out I mean they don't WanNa reach out or it's it's more difficult to reach out because of the consequences of reaching out hundred percent addiction is one of those things that we reduce people to these one word labels. Constantly, we put Phil Addict Label on people maybe it's friends and family I mean we're not doing this with the intention of hurting them by has a bizarre side effect of reducing them to just a set of behaviors without really considering. What's going on underneath the surface? What's the reason that this person is struggling with addiction? We just want to focus in on the outward behaviors and The world we've been that I grew up in and that's been ongoing since even before I was born is this one in which we have for the most part said drugs are bad and we got an Iraqi drugs we gotta radical them completely free society and the DA in the drug war and we gotta stop people from using them and I think we've clearly missed the point year. It's pretty evident that that drug war has failed and what we really need to be looking to do is mitigate the harms caused by by substances nursery we're not going to get rid of them will always. Be Choosing use substances and so our our efforts should be focused on reducing the harm both to the user and to to the society around them.

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Big Ten and Pac-12 cancel their football seasons because of COVID-19

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Big Ten and Pac-12 cancel their football seasons because of COVID-19

"Well, too of the power five college football conferences. The Big 10 and Pac 12 will not play this fall because of the Corona virus pandemic. CBS's Moola, Langley says it's a disappointment for athletes, students and fans. Any hope of a regular college football season this fall may have been sent to much uncertainty, Big 10 commissioner Kevin Warren says, playing at this stage of the pandemic. It's not worth the risk. The health of the safety zone wellness for our student athletes was going to be at the top of my list. Long time. Iowa head football coach Kirk Parents on ESPN just disappointing and it all starts with our players. Do you think about how hard they've worked? I think this was inevitable. Nancy Armor is a sports columnist with Yusa today. I don't think that the Big 10 or the Maxwell really had a choice. Given the potential ramifications. The decision was met with disappointment from some teams and players, Many who posted to social media using the HASHTAG we want to play

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NASA's Mars helicopter is ready for the red planet

Innovation Now

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

NASA's Mars helicopter is ready for the red planet

"The team at NASA jet propulsion lab began developing their idea for a Mars helicopter, they reached out to some helicopter experts to help refine their design. Here's Susan Gorton Program Manager for. The revolutionary virtual lift technologies team at NASA Langley Research Center the Mars helicopter is what's called. The technology demonstrator is sold goal is to show. We can actually do this mission flying on Mars is like flying at one hundred, thousand feet on earth. There's not much air the broader blades on air. So we had to have a very efficient kind of helicopter and small and lightweight to make it work on Mars. The Mars helicopter has rotors that are stacked atop each other one spends one direction wants bins the other and win this helicopter hitches a ride to Mars on the Mars Twenty twenty mission. The entire team is confident it will

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NASA Developing Inflatable Heat Shield Technologies to Send Humans to Mars

Innovation Now

01:18 min | 3 months ago

NASA Developing Inflatable Heat Shield Technologies to Send Humans to Mars

"Largest rover we've landed on. Mars is about the size of a car, but sending humans to Mars will require a much bigger spacecraft, and that means new technologies to lend the payload. This is innovation now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies, and the people behind the concepts that shape the future to land astronauts on Mars NASA is working on an inflatable heat shield that would take up less space in a rocket than a rigid heat shield, but still survive the intense heat as the spacecraft enters the atmosphere of Mars. Here's Josh Cody a thermal engineer at NASA Langley Research Center. It's an inflatable heat shield that is meant to safely land a large. Large payload at Mars someday, and that requires a flexible thermal protection system, flexible heat shield, and this technology had to be developed from scratch here in our intention is to apply technology and test methodology expertise that we've developed here at NASA Langley during last twelve or thirteen years. We're going through seventy, eight, thousand ninety different materials, and we're screening material combinations, and we're figuring out what works what doesn't this inflatable heat shield would expand and inflate before entering the atmosphere, allowing heavier spacecraft to approach the surface and land safely in an area, astronauts went to explore

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Virginia speedway: Driver dies following crash during race

Purity Products

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Virginia speedway: Driver dies following crash during race

"A driver died Saturday night in a crash during the race at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia. Speedway, officials say the driver Sean Balu, Zo died following a crash during the second of two modified division races. The Virginian Pilot reports. The 64 year old Blues, A was the winningest driver in the history of the track. He'd finished second in the first of Saturday's twin 50 lap race. This is

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NASA Develops Navigation Doppler Lidar for Future Landing Missions

Innovation Now

01:00 min | 4 months ago

NASA Develops Navigation Doppler Lidar for Future Landing Missions

"Allegation doppler. Radar is being developed at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton Virginia this. Our system determines a spacecraft's exact speed and position, enabling it to land at a specific location on planetary surfaces. The Indy L. Unit is made up of a small electronic box connected by fiber optic cables to three telescopes that transmit a laser beam. The beams are sent down to the surface and reflected back to the telescopes to determine what direction the. The space craft is moving. How far away the surface is and how fast the vehicle is moving toward the surface to test in l.. Telescopes were set up, and lasers were shot at a target in the back of a truck, moving down the Langley Air Force runway. The test determined the remote sensing unit will have a maximum range of five miles on the moon, as it precisely navigates craft safely to the

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The Longleaf Alliance Speaks for the Trees

In Defense of Plants Podcast

06:46 min | 6 months ago

The Longleaf Alliance Speaks for the Trees

"Am a plane ecologist and I've been working with Ground cover in Langley ecosystems for a long time so ever since graduate school. Back in the day I've worked in and around Longleaf Pine Habitat S- Focusing on a lot of the flowering ground cover species that you find in these systems so whether it's with pitcher plant species to wire grass and other upland species. I have been working in it since since Grad school like I said And after Grad School did some work down in central Florida and then move back up and was a A technician at the Jones Research Center and southwest Georgia where really took a deep dive into ground cover ecology on the ecosystem of Longleaf and after the Johnson are worked with the Atlanta Botanical Garden and then finally came back around to Longleaf alliance and said it started with the LONGLEAF alliance back in two thousand eleven as the ground cover specialists so I was the under story coordinator with the Alliance until just this past November where I took over as president of the organization so have been with a pro while my my role has evolved. But I'm really excited to be leading the group. Now that's fantastic would agree journey end from one under story person to another. Let's give a big shoutout to the less woody species that make these ecosystems what they are just as much as the trees do themselves. Yes the little guys on the ground floor. Yeah absolutely among my favorites not to take away from the trees at all but You know was this always about plans for you. When did you really realize that plants? We're going to be your focus. And what brought you guess to deciding to study them in Grad school and make a career out of it? What you know. Oddly enough. I I've always. I started out as a biology major in college but I started out as premed which is strange. I was I was convinced I wanted to be neurosurgeon or which is really really very different from what I'm doing now who's the little. But then I took a field. Botany course and I was lost after that point down the road. Without looking at at plant species growing in the ditches on the sides I was basically lost two plants at that point so No no turning back so it's been. It's been a great journey. Let's fascinating learn. I mean I think that is probably a whole of people. Start OUT IN BIOLOGY IS KIDS. At least for me in my cohort. It was oh you wanna make money in biology. Got To be a doctor. You're GONNA grow up. You're going to be a doctor. Oh you're so smart. You should be a doctor in. It's it's really beat into you that that's the only route for biologists to take but sometimes all it is being introduced to something outdoors at. You never paid attention to before suddenly The world of biology expanse to oh all living things are biology absolutely absolutely. I think I made a decision. Yeah Yeah and so thinking about where you're at today. You're the president of the long alliance and I'm a huge fan of everything your organization has going on but all of it is centered around as the name suggests the idea of the long leaf pine which is a really important in North America. Not just from a cultural perspective. But from an ecological perspective it forms such unimportant community for biodiversity of this continent. So let's talk a little bit about like history. What is the long leaf pine? And why is it? The center of your focus at the LONGLEAF alliance well lovely. Pine ecosystem played such an important role in just the southeastern United States. I mean taking it in its in its original range in. Its coverage originally This species basically occurred on around ninety million acres in the southeast from Virginia South to Florida than West to the Piney Woods Texas. So it conferred incredible range. So that's ninety million acres of that ninety million about sixty million that was dominated by Longleaf. An amazing thought to think about how much of our region was covered by this tree. Species and the ecosystem that it lives in and of course when European settlers came into this area they saw these strays and it was an obvious part of the landscape. And it's a very strong sturdy tree and that can be used for a number of different purposes for human human use so it says superior building product so we. We cut a lot of these trays to basically build the south and actually further than the south as well. The problem is is. We didn't really do as sustainably. We didn't harvest a lot of that sustainably. And so over the course of a century the long leaf basically was nearly eliminated from the southeast so from the estimated ninety million acres originally. We got down to around three million acres pine. And so that's dramatic. You hear a lot about the rainforest rainforest disappearing but you're not brought up learning out this ecosystem that was so native to this area and how it is nearly gone and so the Longleaf alliance was created in nineteen ninety five to really work at bringing back Longleaf None of us believe that will ever get to ninety million acres. There's just not enough land coverage or not enough area for long lead to be established in that amount of space anymore just because most of southeast is developed but we didn't want to see it continue to decline and so the founders of the LONGLEAF alliance Red Johnson ending gear. Dad said we need to get together. We need to bring in our partners with three commissions other nonprofits other agencies. To really try to reverse that downward trend of long leaf. And so there's been a lot of work done since nineteen ninety five. There are a lot of really great partners that we work with Across the southeast to increase acreage and and protect habitats of Longleaf.

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An Efficient Helicopter Plans to Fly on Mars

Innovation Now

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

An Efficient Helicopter Plans to Fly on Mars

"An aerial vehicle that could take off and land multiple. Times would let see much more of Mars. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future when the team at NASA jet propulsion lab began developing their idea for a Mars helicopter. They reached out to some helicopter. Experts to help refine their design. Here's Susan Gorton Program Manager for the Revolutionary Virtual lift technologies team at NASA Langley Research. Center the Mars helicopter is what's called. The technology. Demonstrator is sold. Goal is to show. We can actually do this mission. Flying on Mars is like flying at one hundred thousand feet on earth. There's not much air. The broader blades operate on air. So we had to have a very efficient kind of helicopter and small and lightweight to make it work on Mars. The Mars helicopter has rotors. That are stacked atop each other. One spends one direction wants bins. The other and win this helicopter hitches a ride to Mars on the Mars Twenty twenty mission. The entire team is confident it will fly

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Pioneering black NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson dies

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Pioneering black NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson dies

"Says the pioneering black mathematician Katherine Johnson has died at the age of one hundred one she worked on NASA's early space missions and was portrayed in the twenty sixteen film hidden figures about black women aerospace workers Johnson was one of the so called computers who calculated rocket trajectories and earth orbits by hand during NASA's early years in until nineteen fifty eight Johnson another black woman worked in a racially segregated computing unit at what is now called Langley research center Hampton

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Pioneering black mathematician Katherine Johnson has died

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Pioneering black mathematician Katherine Johnson has died

"Pioneering NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson has died at the age of one hundred one I marches are a letter with a look at her career NASA tweets into celebrating the life of Katherine Johnson her legacy of excellence and her work to break down racial barriers Johnson was one of the so called computers who calculated rocket trajectories on earth orbits by hands in the early days of the space program she and other black women worked in a racially segregated computing units of what's now the Langley research center in Hampton Virginia Johnson was portrayed by Taraji P. Henson in the twenty sixteen film hidden figures Johnson received the presidential medal of freedom the nation's highest honor in twenty fifteen

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Pioneering black mathematician Katherine Johnson has died

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Pioneering black mathematician Katherine Johnson has died

"NASA tweets into celebrating the life of Katherine Johnson her legacy of excellence and her work to break down racial barriers Johnson was one of the so called computers who calculated rocket trajectories on earth orbits by hands in the early days of the space program she and other black women worked in a racially segregated computing units of what's now the Langley research center in Hampton Virginia Johnson was portrayed by Taraji P. Henson in the twenty sixteen film hidden figures Johnson received the presidential medal of freedom the nation's highest honor in twenty fifteen I'm arches are let us

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"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Friend because the person like other subjects doesn't feel like a concrete person it just feels it's like kinda like thoughts happening just honey we know what a topers awarded tool purdue jeffrey epstein this question on this the program i just feel this again tightness around my neck click i'm struggling to breathe like i'm being choked or something he's being choked i'm pretty sure my subject then i feel nothing the thing she's she's really interesting to watch the video not because of a delightful orange sweater it's because she's really emotional like she when she she starts pakong again she has no idea who it is experiencing fear and everything associated with us to get teary eyed like she actually feels compassion in for this even though he was a monster is passed away well she doesn't know these the most is the horror of the experience yeah who because he was choke to death plays topa dope we do not find me more accurate piece of information that explains jeffrey epstein's demise demise was someone else's topa that someone had created thought form to look like him to go and kill him what if it was hilary's i'm not be better if she's like i see a pet suit a pesto pets at a suitcase but it doesn't seem to be physically reading some kind of fought for that's created by some kind of mazda sorceress sent to kill him the highly recommend you check out courtney browne's fos light instagram page we all know why you're looking at highly recommend that you check out these videos some of them some are really fascinating it's super bizarre you it is so creepy about to say he's coming off as a bit of a crappy old men but shouldn't judge bought they are seemingly very genuine they all seem like the not pulling trying to pull the the who i've anyone if they will all work conventional normal clothing i would say are they wearing electrical type of their tits leotards the their parents probably think tennis practices something maybe don't go to that website they put it in the show and it's just in case just the history books that's a rat for this free additional can't wait to see what you've got coming up plus extension how it dovetails with everything we've spoken about in the fuss off of the shark there's a few little stories that lawn up quite nicely so we're gonna be talking about some implant in some retrieval stories and a story of a woman who claims that she was taken to an underground ground facility after she'd interacted with these beings that had tried to put the implant in in the first place so very strange a lot of intrigue relating to military abductions auctions coming up this seems to be some weird biological verification of some of.

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"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:00 min | 9 months ago

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Gotta doing the remote viewing it was let's not jump to conclusions i'm sure there were many other applicants to this my feeling project i'm sure you know there was other you know individuals of different characteristics who applied but they weren't as effective at remote canoeing and that's why courtney has selected the very attractive toll scantily clad spandex wearing black through the remote viewing the what you're telling me today where apparently apparently she had like some basically just a thin piece of cotton offering tax side showing that's why i watched like fifteen minutes uh-huh fifteen minutes of this remote viewing video because fourteen minutes of it was just side boob was wondering busy going to pay for to think he bought it actually for a financial perspective gobble i did buddy too so the way that i could do it to fund my research is to get scantily clad women well head to the china that's mysterious universal org and have google these very talented remote view is because it really is quite bizarre what's going on it is unusual and let's keep listening the thing though because despite the similar attributes they reporting the same thing they are reporting some kind of war even though they individually don't know what the other person's viewing and i don't know what the target is let's keep listening and focusing on what's falling from the skies it's hot it has to be touched by the bloody rain is like someone turned a volcano upside down it's raining lava it's asset ferns earns it's it hurts it's hot it a name is princess jalil by the way where's the sound of fix it's not the same yeah yeah i like the benefit girl she's the best and it is weird that i tape hitting the same thing i want play much audio because it gets repetitive between them but i like at the end corey gets them together for a video where he gives them each other's report of what they viewed and they're they're all genuinely bamboozled that everyone viewed the same kind of thing so so you know as absurd as this is it's funny because i'm looking at it on looking at these girls you know in the black spandex and i don't think they're acting i think they're a good enough actors to be fooling anyone they come across as really really genuine like they're actually actually did just see very very similar things uh-huh and there's a great moment at the end where one of the young women is just kind of it's funny she says it because it's so true like no one is going to believe what they've managed all the information that they've managed to pull out of the eighth oh let's take a listen all right guys as great thank thank you so much and there wasn't a believed this was that are we going to explain this to my parents which raises questions about uh-huh.

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"At least give the blow job culture is different apparently one of the the women that was in the the fossil institute prudence calabrese who has a bunch of books available but she's totally disappeared she's disappeared off the internet books unavailable unavailable anymore you told me that everything's gone just econ get it anyway i tried the usual places and huge such try and find her work but you can't get anywhere websites what's gone she's she's completely disappeared but i wonder why if anyone has prudence calibrate easies books please reach out to me because i will pay you whatever whenever you want for them but she was apparently having a great show up in her hollway outside of her bedroom most nights and give her information that she would then pass onto the phosphide institute that essentially became a variations on their remote viewing particles so these guys got so weird that they were supposedly getting their remote viewing techniques from aliens this is concerning when you think about it though because i mean it sounds like it's almost there being god it may be their only being given a certain practice that allows them to access certain certain information maybe to actually blocks them from seeing other things why would they want you to remote view why what's their stake in it that's it's for the benefit of human beings i again go back to the idea that this is some kind of entity that wants them to think it's an alien it wants them to keep keep doing this remote viewing stuff in the specific way because they get to control it that what does it want them to see i guess they can keep the game going just wants them to keep focusing all their attention you i used it fades on islands and when siemian finally left the fossil institute he started to see blue olds hovering in his room at night finally finally he hit a voice yelling easier telling him to stop a remote viewing organization in boulder colorado which is what he did he called it the mount baldy institute you and i thought he called it that because he was bowled but i didn't realize there's amount boldy there i must say that's the same assumption that i made because he's very bolt if you see the photos of him in the books but this is where we get down to this ultimate question it's basically.

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"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:23 min | 9 months ago

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Over it can now this is my favorite part the description of xena snatch also has the black slime just well she's thoughts arching bakken can she's moving abreast back and forth like she's trying to be sexy he can't really he's not really into it because he's paralysed he says the opening of her vagina that was very small and she was only able to insert bulbs paint us partly inside of my favorite part is it's obviously seemed like he wasn't into it she telepathically transmits an image of an unbroken highland him because she thinks he'll think that's really sexy exceed mental images like oh wow that changes everything so not only that but they're also socially awkward well he's a he gets a chance to pop zeno cherry and he tells her he actually says in the book he tells tells us his way out of this strategy several times he says to her i think it'll be much better if we do oral instead like he doesn't and he's not trying to get out of a situation like he's not well paid that you've got me going here and you know we're and you paralyze me remember i've seen your hyman and doesn't really do it for me i really want you to leave but before you go you could justify justify just about anything constantly people she's not interested though as she houghton's in her emotions she also tightens her grip on his mind in his mind he said she was control controlling totally all of my body my response to her actions upon me my erection and my body body responded in ways that are not to be described why not you telling this part of the story you screwing ga- a gray you've already done it there was a feeling of an orgasm he said the sensation of what she was doing to me physically and mentally the control of my physical mind he said somewhere eliane early on i was taken past the plateau without realizing it to understand sexually where i was taken is not in my ability to describe think of leaving earth looking back and seeing the sun as a pinpoint of light hang on hang on this euphemism for the best orgasm he's ever had thank must've got caught describe it it was like being in out of space and looking down upon the earth he says as her actions increased creased it allowed for more penetration and she was increasing the rotation of the hips and very very slowly he was you know sorry to be traffic getting further and further diba the action seemed endless he said time was slowing down he said i think it was the growth she had on my mind wind which titan does penetration increased and at the near end i lost all feeling physically and went blank maybe that's because this this is the most graphic at filthy thing that i think you've ever described it is disgusting so she climaxes several.

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"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:10 min | 9 months ago

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Have the attention and focus of a thousands of people possibly millions of people on the internet reading these stories about underground bases aces yet does it create it create some kind of vision in another dimension that these remote view is somehow viewing because we've seen plenty of examples in the positive how remote viewing is certainly not restricted by linear time you can view and get information from targets and the postal the future so obviously you know there's no way to verify these crazy targets though though heating but siemian said one thing russell tog told him years later was that group sessions have the potential to create war war he called a telepathic overlay from one individual to the next therefore window doing their research at stanford he said the research has always preferred one session at a time but if you've got a roomful of twelve people and they've got a handler h in there all sketching their information it creates some kind of field within the room off aw and like a shared field if mention some kind of telepathic overlay but simeon said nevertheless this telepathic overlay eh seemed to be genuinely true but also had a life of its own well beyond the length of the session so even if it was some kind of projection and remains or creation it was still there feature remote view was to tap into and get again more accurate results and this is what becomes becomes even it becomes murky because then you know you have to question the viewing something or other contributing to the creation of something and then it keeps on building upon itself because every remote viewer that comes off to woods is then adding to that well i wonder if it's a negative or if it's some kind of group fought form that's created because if you think about outta you know one person has session and describe all these incredible things surely it's going to be shared within the institute like other people are going to hear about that guy's amazing session on tell tell me what what did you see what was the target it's going to create it's going to create something that they might be feeding into in creating yeah but you know on the opposite visit sort of that we do know with her viewing that there are locations that have been more conventional targets like the submarine i don't like having to go back to that but that's a really good example i mean with the submarine that was being viewed by you know it was the soviet submarine this thing was so big and so powerful intelligence sources at the time conventional intelligence sources said no it's not possible and yet these remote remote views we're seeing this thing so i think when it comes to doing and in the circumstances of looking at things that are more out there it comes back to what we know about the paranormal in that and beauity seems to play a role as like is it real is it not shredding his cat isn't alive is a dead that all plays into this possibility of allowing enhances their ability ability to see these things that may really be the you know what also ties into this the idea that these entities putting this in their heads yeah you can't rule it out and can't rely showing some things that i really wanna see and the reason i say that because when we talk about possessing entities easily involves a group devolve into some kind of conflict and and feed off they've almost fading.

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:29 min | 9 months ago

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Or the incident to his the head of the CIA and according to the book diced followed away and i actually start to wonder if kennett is kind of off offer the ferries if like he's gone native he's getting too close to the subject matter and what's weird is one of the the the way this situation resolves at livermore is one of the scientists who's having all this weird stuff appear in his bedroom and seeing giant buds and he's backyard he he's he gets his is telephone call and again very killian gets his telephone call in its metallic voice and the metallic voice demands that live more cease any research with theory gala so they do they stopped doing experiments with gala and within a month all the apparitions disappear everything stops being we did they stopped seeing we'd things in the bedroom they stopped seeing monochrome UFO's hovering around it's done that there's going to be more than that bend because i don't understand why i mean you get a random phone call from an anonymous metallic voice and then all of a sudden you to stop you just take the advice stop will these white guys didn't like the activity that didn't want anything to do with us i just wanted to do their research and not be harassed by giant birds in their bedrooms iva theory about this kind of stuff so i think that this is an ties with this concept we've been talking about recently about the idea of maybe reality being a simulation it could almost be this intrusion detection system as people in the simulation or in this reality try to intrude into somewhere else else into the layers the underlying lays this something that kicks in that prevents is people from being able to go any further and that's what happened to kill it's what it's what's happening to these guys it's like this and it focuses on the most fearful things that upset people as you said they were traumatized i wanted to stop one possibility i've thought of that the metallic voice was the israelis why would they be doing that because gallo was masada asset on i don't want him working with the the american yeah they wanted him for themselves they got me in two minds sounds about it because obviously it seems like the activity is associated with gila but i'm coming from the other perspective that these guys are looking into this activity and itself the activity itself is trying to stop them from looking at it so it's actually not about geller even the strange things follow him around it's not about him it's about anyone who tries to intrude into this reality it's super wait i don't know how much watch of it is rumors and stories the right around because i haven't heard tog or peut off necessarily confirm all of this i wouldn't have hinted at some of it but they haven't confirmed all of it but the last apparition that occurred the lost with thing that occurred kind of leads to you with a story how story includes poodle and talk so the last thing that appeared was to the limo physicists don curtis and his wife that was sitting in the living room one evening and the system uneventfully evening the talking about you know random things not mentioning geller or the paranormal and suddenly there's a arm hovering in the middle of the room but a disembodied on will they said it was a holographic hovering in the middle of the room now is closed like it looks like it's wearing a grey suit shit like the odds of suit right and there's no oh kind of bloody disembodied stump there it's just fades into nothing and at the end of the arm where the hand should be this hook there's no hand it's just a hook and while they're watching this guy he's going on and on twists around on for a second showing its hook off and then fades away and disappears and then shortly after that they stopped researching with with geller and that was the loss thing i ever saw so intimidation wall curtis when they sat down with kenneth the telling candidate from the CIA everything that had happened finally cut tells candidate about the disembodied and for some reason this put canada over the edge is on now that's it that's it get tog and poodle on the phone so he calls them up and he said look you guys have to come down to washington immediately you've gotta tell me what the hell's going on i don't know what is going you guys know because we're doing their research chat SRI with ingo swann and he had some you know inside knowledge of what was going on he thought these two guys have some inkling.

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"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"His early thirties had a wife and two young sons owns a house in virginia but within a decade can it would be the assistant national intelligence officer for chemical and biological warfare issues so the guy no i kinda rose through the ranks of the agency but back in the spring of seventy three kenna was only a few years until we CIA korea and he was an analyst for the agency's agency office of scientific intelligence he had a PHD in your physiology and he was about to complete these these MD and spent a lot of his time preparing top-secret evaluations valuations of the health the various foreign heads of state that was these thing but the guy who really eclectic interests i mean that's why he was interested in robert munro and trying his techniques six he was fascinated by religion and mysticism and he spent a lot of these CIA time monitoring fringes of medicine and psychology ecology who'd watch trends he would go to conferences would visit laboratories he was looking out fa staff that would combat the soviets in the cold war because at the time of course the soviets will into all that of it that way into old a psychiatric research trying to you know remotely kill we'll targets so any of these CIA guys that in this kind of field would look out for weed stuff that they could weaponize and one the areas he kept an eye on was parapsychology and what was going on at SRI with the remote viewing in halpea dolphin russell talk and it was very weird stuff going on SRI so this is where we get some of these stories that came out surrounding gala and.

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"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"langley" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"A few weeks ago with anthony paik and the idea of agra goals and topaz they're gonna come up again and how you know you'll you'll thoughts my actually create gate these strange paranormal experiences how consciousness phase into it so at the back of courtney browne's pool quincy picks it up this fund number for the institute so he calls it and attends out this one spot lift for the cost that's about to stop this is in may of ninety six so this is one of those serendipitous coda stories as well it sounds like the sales pitch i would use to get someone in my cheeky viewing program it was basically look one spot left it only costs three grand said i it was three grand it's three grand for this seven right dikole expensive good money marketing well yeah he guaranteed results simeon simeon takes him up on it and yet tonight i calls it started with simple targets and he said we rapidly progressed to more complex and sophisticated exercises moving around around in time and space he said the techniques were fairly similar to those developed by ingo swann though they were more overtly structured he said nonetheless most of listen the class achieve results beyond our expectations and soon he said that were all hooked on remote viewing that's all i wanted to do so they just kept practicing and practicing so so after this he gives some examples of the hits they had and i wouldn't spend too much time on this because it gets repetitive basically the washington monuments it's a great example and again if you're not familiar with remote viewing the remote viewer a has no idea what the target is given coordinates they given coordinates and i have a handler who gives them a number or a target reference and then essentially they start to try and remove the conscious mind still i'm trying to guess and kind of name what's coming in but they're just drawing down the impressions they get an offer some time they start to form impressions of what might be the target well good example is when we tried it in the office if you're a coal and i think i wouldn't held onto it was me actually i was drawing it and you went and held onto something in the other room and i ended up during the spiral that came up i didn't think anything is just you drew what came into your head and when you come back you're holding a lot bulb which had a spiral yes enter of it so so yeah crazy but it seems like there is something to it i mean makes the point that if you try and guess what it is if you see the information coming in or feels impressions of the talk coming in and you immediately try name uh-huh guests it yet doesn't work you get it wrong so he has an example of car in stadium for example and this particular view he starts drawing race car like it's it's bizarre that he's getting this information and then he starts feeling in the stadium around it and he says in his mind he says this is impossible you kind of a car and stadium it doesn't make sense so he basically ended the session and thought this of going wrong but the target was a photo of nascar race oh nascar in one of those big circular tracks which kind of looks like a big football stadium yep donaldson perspective yeah so he says very often views get accurate information information that they start to question the data and that's when it goes wrong again you go to try and keep the conscious mind out of the way and don't let the conscious mind take control of the flow of information coming we'll see what you mean is well how this ties in with the work of anthony paik because it's this odd dear well of just simply receiving information as supposed to your brain filtering it if you kind of shut off that filter and just allow the information to come through you might be able to pick up on something but where it gets we'd is in the advanced sessions and this is specifically specifically with the faucet institute siemian said after review has acquired basic viewing skills and has a good track record against known targets it's often challenging i'm for them to start to view more enigmatic targets so this can include crop circles UFO's we had stuff like that he has a figure where one remote viewer target was the milk hill crop circle formation from nineteen ninety seven's really famous formation and in notes when they started to get information coming coming through this is what they wrote their break contact with the real world as in that's what the purpose of the toggles remembered i have no idea what it is they said it seems to be a fun place to be something that gives you a feeling of freedom but there's roaring sounds rumbling shaking fast movement lots of pugh you want powerful energy i know there's something massive in the pitcher which is a focal point it's got lots of energy fast moving at stationary like a roller coaster and they also described the general weather around the crop circle at the time like describing it as son warm hot.

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Transonic Speeds

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Transonic Speeds

"As planes began flying faster engineers discovered that uneven airflow over the aircraft caused a shockwave to four mm-hmm but how do you study a plane moving at trans sonic speeds. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging died in continuous operation for more than half a century the aerodynamics affecting hundreds of aircraft and space shuttle models have been tested here but this nine hundred miles per hour and in the adjoining control room at NASA Langley's Trans Sonic Dynamics tunnel researchers analyze what's happening to the model inside we're hoping to understand how the rocket shakes as it moves through Earth's atmosphere and td t will help them do just that launching NASA through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V. Visit US online at innovation now dot us

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Inaugural Black Fine Art Month

Chicago Speaks w/Darryl Dennard

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Inaugural Black Fine Art Month

"Cannon Patricia welcome to the show hello good morning is good to be here with you dear always when we talk about. black fine art are we drawing a distinction between you know the plethora of black art that's out there. definitely. when we talk about black fine are we are talking about the creators thank you you're very familiar with the arts and there are artists who have been making giving their sweat their tears to making beautiful artwork and this whole celebration is about up lifting those are there and putting their work out there it it is very much a distinction between you know going and buying a poster are going to buy you know some other types of art but these are creative who have given their blood sweat and tears to make them feel all art and we want to recognize them we want to celebrate them and we gonna let them during this month yeah you doing this over at the do Saba museum and you have a fantastic line up what we talk about it I know that this past Thursday you had the projects sixteen nineteen to twenty nineteen of course a Chicago perspective and then next Thursday do you have Chicago's black arts movement talk to me about that yeah well the one thing we realized when we went down this road of of doing a recognition of black art with that Chicago has a tremendous history in the art some of the movement that came out of your work boxy ban on the black arts movement after a cobra the WPA have a great put hold here the put that PPL all across the country but the artists that came out of Chicago where some of the the premier artist of the WPA without that community arts center was founded here and it's still going after eighty year so there is a very substantial art history here and when we even commented today we look at from the pre near artists in the country like your agent Marcel group ran late the after gate our nic cage coming out of Chicago so we thought this is an appropriate place for it to launch but for it to go out. to the world so this is this is from coming from Chicago but it is about embracing placard across the world now I mentioned that on October tenth from six to eight PM is going to be Chicago's black arts movement then on Saturday October nineteenth from two to four PM is black card in public spaces what can we expect over to do Szabo during that particular lecture. well first off I want to make a give a big shout out to armor and that he meant that the Bible or in breaking up we went in to talk to them about that they said this is something we we can get behind and that that's exactly what they've done so when we talk about the one in public face it again you don't think about the movement that came here the muralist movement that bill Walker yeah. either way it kicked off in spread across the world they've learned from Diego Rivera out of Spain out about Mexico and I'm sorry yeah they brought that here to Chicago and then it spread to the world so we want to talk about the art in public spaces remind static is an amazing mural let's do that been doing work here in Chicago for many years that you know early in that when he was a young man he got arrested for attacking. and that is recognized internationally. so again Chicago it's such a epicenters sold so many wonderful things came out of here so we didn't want to recognize the outdoor art as well we experience that every time we drive through the neighborhood to particular about neighborhoods of color we you see these great murals whether it's in Pilson whether it's on the west side or the south side you see all these great murals that you know depict heroes in the community. right and it started right here with the wall of respective forty seventh in Langley and there have been books written about that happening fifty years ago so it just reinforces what we're saying is that there is a wonderful energy and excitement in Chicago around black fine already we just want to recognize that we want to celebrate it and we want to do amazing program that

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STEMinists: Katherine Johnson

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:33 min | 1 year ago

STEMinists: Katherine Johnson

"US finally reach for the stars. Let's talk about Katherine Johnson. Catherine was born in nineteen eighteen in the small town of White Sulphur Springs West Virginia. It was apparent from a very early age aged. Catherine was special. She was brilliant when it came to the humanities and she had a true gift for numbers by each ten. Catherine had started high school school in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven when she was just nineteen. Catherine graduated with highest honors from the historically Black West Virginia State College after graduating Catherine took a teaching job in Virginia which is two years later. She was handpicked for spot as one of the first three black students at the state's beats flagship school. West Virginia University Catherine enrolled in graduate school there for math but left after a year to get married and start a family family eventually should return to teaching then in nineteen fifty to one of Catherine's relatives told her about an exciting new opportunity the all black West area computing section at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics was hiring for the Langley Laboratory. The West West Area Computing Unit was a group of African American women who worked on complex manual math computations for the programs engineers it was tough and vital oh work the west computers as the women were known analyzed test data and performed math computations early space program they were key success when Catherine started working at an aca she was quickly noticed for her sharp mind and the quality of her work. Catherine Katherine still had to use separate bathrooms dining facilities from her colleagues because NACE was segregated until nineteen fifty eight when it was incorporated into the new NASA where segregation was banned there. She worked for the Space Task Group which was charged with figuring out space travel in nineteen sixty. St Catharine Co authored a paper with one of the groups engineers about calculations forgetting a spacecraft into orbit. It was the first time a woman in her group received seved authorship credit on a research report and it was just the first twenty six published papers. Catherine authored in nineteen sixty one Catherine Atherton began working on NASA's hyper ambitious Mercury program NASA was looking to catch up with the Russians and put the first man. US Crafts Into Space Katherine did the trajectory analysis for Alan Shepard's May nineteen sixty one mission freedom seven America's first human spaceflight guy the CBS TV news project Mercury Headquarters on alcohol. If somebody and I'm Alan Shepherd astronaut the minutes to walk the next year in one thousand nine hundred eighty two Catherine was called upon to do the work that she would become the best known for as NASA prepared for John Glenn's orbital mission of the Earth it had to construct a worldwide communications network linking various tracking stations located around the world to supercomputers located in DC Cape Canaveral and Bermuda though the computers I have been programmed with the necessary equations for the entire mission. The astronauts were concerned about the new technology which was prone to error and didn't trust the computers is to do the calculations. Glenn famously asked the engineers to change the preflight checklist to get the girl get the girl to check the numbers but when he got ready to go call her to run the exact same equations that had been programmed into the computers by hand Glenn. Supposedly said she says good. I'm ready to go and she says Computers Right. I'll take if she says they're good then. I'm ready to go three to one zero ignition liftoff history. Perhaps being ridden at this moment here at Cape Canaveral face like take parental John around the world in ninety minutes. Catherine continued her career at NASA ASA until she retired in nineteen eighty six after thirty three years at Langley about her time at NASA Katherine said. I loved going to work every single day. In Twenty fifteen at the age of ninety seven Catherine added yet another achievement to her long list of accomplishments President Barack Obama awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom America's highest civilian her thirty three years at NASA Catherine was a pioneer broke the barriers of race and gender showing generations of young people that everyone can excel in math and science and reach for the Stars in in twenty sixteen NASA named a research facility in her honor and later that year a book was released about her life and the lives of her colleagues it was turned into into an Oscar nominated movie called hidden figures. Catherine's incredible life continues to move motivate future stem. Ns today you'll lose. Who's your then you stop learning tune in tomorrow for the story of another stellar

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The Importance of Collaborating With Entrepreneurs

Pamper My Business Podcast

09:58 min | 1 year ago

The Importance of Collaborating With Entrepreneurs

"Hi folks. This is Gerald Thomas here with Kim Beazley. I want to thank him for letting me be a part the show with you yes well. Kim and I have a great way that you can pamper your business this month because September is shameless promotion month think about it as a whole month where you can talk about Your Business Distinct News editors publishers of loud newsletters. All all these folks are looking for stories and you can't supply with it. Just send them a little promo letting them know what you're doing and that hey it's the part of Sameness Promotion of and that you would love to get exposure but make sure that your promo is news worthy you can talk about it. Should business offered tips and everything include your website and all that but there's also the things that you can do online if you're not the crazy about doing the off line routes but first of all. Let's talk about why it's important to the collaboration will expand your reach. I mean right now. You may have a list of a hundred people that you're reaching out to just I think if you partnered with more people who have a mailing list of say a hundred two hundred three hundred more each just think how many eyeballs you can get to see your information this month now. Let's see before you reach out to them. We need to bring something to the table to make it worthwhile. Just because you have a list of a hundred people that's nothing you need to make it worth their while else so one of the things I do when I collaborate and this is expanding what you what you're talking about one of the things I like to do the ears when I post something something that really wants to get out. I will actually go to my lister connections after people and I'll say can you please reshare spoke like it comment on it. whatever you WanNa do and then turn I asked him. Is there some way that I can support you so they operate collaboration. I'm asking them to be some for me but at the same time I always asked. Is there something you would like to do for you so do. I felt me to build relationships. Only thing is just because I'm willing to comport others. FM askins support me and that's just all about collaboration now another thing that you could be doing right now with your mm-hmm Mailing List Him as inviting folks on your mailing list the share your your latest. What would what are you working on right now that you'd like to get out there right. I would say if I was married to my Mellon List. I would ask them to share about Gruber's abilities launched the social media so that I just launched so that people can have an affordable audible way to manage their social media to to five different networks not only damage but also respond respond to messages coming in from those networks okay now being that both of our favorite network is linked. You know you Kinda like play around on facebook on mainly linked in in exchange for them shares that information Hundley thin and in any of the platform you could offer them a one line little listing in your next newsletter that basically has surname their business and links to their linked in profile as thanks so that they can get exposure this cost. Anything doesn't cost them anything. All's good and it's a way to sell hey. I'll have some cool people on my mailing list. People loud to spotlighted. Oh I agree and one one of the things that I've learned with collaboration and I've learned a lot about collaboration from Germans. That never hurts to ask. People can just say yes or no you're hoping for. Yes never heard the ask elaborate win I. I thought about asking askin drill into collaborate on this with me. I was expecting yes. I expected her to let us anything. uh-huh yes because we literally have found call like this the way we're talking with each other for the Thai cash concise we can take she's similar station and we can turn them into pie cast so that we can share the knowledge that we both have and collaborate rate increase the knowledge of our listeners in general and what was your answer it was yes and I had not thought about it. Okay I can make it work on else fun to you. Collaborate why why you this collaboration for you because you're always helping me with with other stuff I mean with my websites finding think tolls and everything so I figured you know what just another way for us to talk ms strategize what it is yeah so so. Where were you if you if you have a friend and you to talk about topics similar to what I have found we do switch it over to talking on a podcast and yet podcast going. It's just as simple as that and you may ask okay. Where can we do this or right now. We're using a way of meeting room and we just jump in way pressed the record button and we start talking about our the topic and that's as simple as I mean. There's some other things you gotta do too when he comes in but that's basically what you have to do. the journalists who that's the way that you can think of our videos on you've gotten me into making videos for my hungriness business movement and I figured that you know what since you're helping me do that you would teach me how to use the tool because I had no idea you know stretching their liberty thin air. You put your ad you could put an ad within my video. Yeah you would do that. Not Me because I have you. I would know how to do that but you. You're at so when people looked at my genial. Then is also your ed so they win win. I I agree and and that's what it's all about Lincoln's the Tapscott to elaborate you want it to be a Langley solution. You want it to be something that's beneficial officials for those who are who are engaged in collaboration doesn't have to be one or two people when you create collaboration you can have more. I didn't want to people just as long as the broom of people choose to a a greasy collaborate. Equally it has to be easily because if you have one person doing all the work and the rest of just kind of sitting there it that's not a collaboration up for the person is arguing hasn't awesome nonpaying job and and one of the things that I'm doing when it comes to collaboration I love for C. Session to project and and at the end when all is said and done I love seeing people enjoy the outcome of what we have done where we collaborate and another way that we're also doing it is. I'm doing something the small business Saturday. You're doing something for Small Business Saturday so you invited me to be a part of your thing and I imagine would be put a mind so it was like win win win so we can both push projects together yet. I- colleague race so with this all said and done about collaboration collaboration one of the things athlete as close at one of the things I listened to remember is make sure that if you do let us to collaborate that you have a list of expectations unless agree things that each party will do and and that each corey is willing to commit to what what the expectations are that's. That's very important a list of what you're bringing to the table a inventory of your groups that are online offline your mailing list this podcast that you might do that your guest on whatever it is you know just make of the different ways that you're already marketing the online and offline and sync them up together. I totally agree yeah so with that in mind thank you so much for tuning Indian and five cast with your host can be and Cheryl and be Thomas and have a great day.

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"langley" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"langley" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I'll share with you there was a guy named samuel langley and on december thirteenth nineteen three is a day that he abandoned this dream that he had and it's because on december thirteenth nineteen or seventeenth rather nine hundred zero three he abandoned his idea his idea was to create a flying machine aka a plane well on this day that he decided to quit and give up was a day the wright brothers came up with the invention and came up with the idea the wright brothers quote unquote flew under the radar so low that nobody even knew what they were doing there's no newspaper following them around they had no press is actually the day they discovered flight they they had to report it several days later because they're there they didn't get in contact with anybody until a couple of days later s other guys sam uhhuh langley all he wanted to do was make money and all he wanted to do is create a flying machine the wright brothers vision was way different they're like this will change the world forever if i can figure out how to get people to move faster that's all they were really trying to do you know they were obsessed with flight in some way right but all they're really trying to do is is have the transportation bafana stor so their goal was man if we can could you imagine like somebody that works in new york could you know fly three or four at the time they couldn't fly very far but they could fly to three hours away and they could they could go work in that area like this'll change everything shipping everything this will change the world forever and that was that was their vision their vision was to make a positive impact on the world meanwhile this other guy his impact was only for himself his impact was only i wanna reap the benefits of creating this machine and being first.

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"langley" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"langley" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"It's confidential making sure that this data is authenticated great langley so i manage the google who is for most frontend toki so that means toby fee between google servers and its uses and mostly we working chrome and obviously on our service and also dipping indication lead to android and wherever around the company that we can be useful nice and so i know adam naked you have worked a little bit in the past together and have worked from the security standpoint for today's interview of course we're diving more specifically into quantum and quantum security can you guys give us a little bit of an understanding of what is quantum computing before we dive into the cured element of it so computing as we have no nit for decades now since shootings time has all been based on classical physics more or less although down at the very depths of how a cpu is made the quantum effects what we try to billed as a computer that deals with one's zoo and you could have works out in theory we how these computers work in the eighteen hundreds if you wanted a quantum computer is a computer that's you know obviously not just made in the quantum universe but uses effects of quantum physics and it's difficult to convey quite what's that means but there are certain problems where the ability in quantum physics to have states that are a mixture of ones and zeros and to use the fact that in quantum physics probabilities the square of sums of squares rather than the sums and things those abilities allow you to solve some problems significantly faster and many problems quite a lot faster.

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"langley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"langley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Its headquarters in langley virginia and into a recording booth to speak about the evolution of its recruiting with sharon and two other women marian kim again first names only studio i don't think they put us in the nice room mary is an undercover officer and it's extremely rare for someone in her job to speak on the record born in south asia she's fluent in several hard languages as she puts it i was in training when nine eleven happened and it certainly was a wakeup call to my class that we weren't going to be hobnobbing in paris necessarily but maybe going to some of the not so nice places she was right about that i've been overseas for majority of my career i've only come back for a few months to process and then go off to the next assignment the job is demanding requiring all kinds of sacrifices in my case i am undercover i chose not to tell most of my family mostly because they worry in contrast to marry kim has spinner thirteen year career at cia headquarters as an analyst much of it focused on africa and is able to be relatively open about her job this is what i wanted to do since i was twelve i saw movie i wanted to be like that guy in the mood what movie clarin presentation i wanted to be jack ryan growing up in a small midwestern town she had no idea how she'd make her way to the cia or if the agency would be interested in her as an african american woman when i decided to go to the cia career fair i had a college professor told me that i could not have dreadlocks and that i was going to have to change who i was in order to be for the record kim still has dreadlocks and they haven't held her back she's now chief of staff for the directorate of analysis that means she supervises teams that put together intelligence sent in by officers around the world the old cia recruiting cliche is a college professor tapping promising student on the shoulder a white male student and discreetly guiding him to the agency that still happens but now there are youtube videos like this one featuring frank a staff operations officer i planning guy challenging foreign intelligence collection operations counterintelligence activities and covert action programs applications to work at the cia shot up after.

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"langley" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"langley" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Thirteen stranglehold on langley park and prevented the spike and killing seen elsewhere we always target ms thirteen he said they aren't running amok patel said there was a slight decline in violent crime and langley park between two thousand thirteen in two thousand sixteen although he acknowledged that the gang remains active in the neighborhood in fact county prosecutors consider langley park a hub of ms thirteen activity they say the gang was likely responsible for at least five slaying there and fog years then on wednesday federal prosecutors accused to ms thirteen members of killing a homeless man on the edge of langley park bring but that wasn't the only one extorted by ms thirteen one of her neighbours were told the pay the gang or she'd find her husband's body in a dumpster another said she was given day to come up with fifteen their dollars earlier this year and that's the thirteen would killer children in central america the gangs operation langley park rank from opportunistic to organize member so terror with random assaults on residents and brazen attacks on rivals in one six months stretch last year of its thirteen killed four members of other gangs in neighboring lewis tale according to court records the gang also runs brothels and extorsion operations the pre two each from which it sends to leaders imprisoned abroad state and federal prosecutors have targetted ms thirteen in the area over the past year at least twenty two members have been charged in federal racketeering cases in maryland with many of their alleged crimes taking place in around langley park but the gang is aggressively tried to recruit when one langley park 12yearold refused to join ms thirteen this summary was chased through the neighborhood and threatened at gunpoint bag gang member only a few years his senior among the alleged leaders and honest thirteen is laying a 35yearold rougher with an enduring nicknamed the belies the feared inspires its neighborhood the washington post is withholding its nickname at the request of the fbi and police who they said feared retaliatory violence against residents proposes also withholding his real name because he not been charged in connection any ms thirteen crime but an ms thirteen member identified the river as a paul obrero or leader of the gang and langley park court documents obtained by the post show and five years ago ex exgirlfriend press charges against him he is ns thirteen rupp who is on.

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"langley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"langley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The game his brand and langley was matched up on one of them are not ready and then is not rather by the way cuarto patterson just just destroyed the broncos in his postgame comments zia's i don't understand why they're covers zero baghdad bob yeah he's like i don't get why they were doing a slight rise me by i did it and i beat the corner or the safety or whatever or whoever yeah he said that whoever was brennan langley yes so on the game at one of the touchdowns it wasn't the the restored touchdown was the game winner right by the the other one on the hour where god fooled badly by amari cooper um dow was langley and then did the long pass from car on third in eight two patterson which clinched the game for them on third in aid uh that was a brendan langley so obviously this is of vance from some day and hit you see it as hit variance from sunday in his reaction to a key to leaves fight it's a unacceptable we can't we can't lose our best player every personal battle that's a personal battle you know this this is about the broncos so it's unacceptable we can't have it if not negotiable you know in obviously lose in whatever our our best size and plan a young guy it hurt us tonight so that was sunday shortly thereafter or around the same time certainly he made these comments before the bit.

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"langley" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"langley" Discussed on Innovation Now

"For more than forty years researchers at nasa langley have had their eyes on the atmosphere this is a special series of innovation now celebrating noone had with anniversary of masol langley research center in hampton virginia ozone represents only a tiny fraction of the atmosphere but it is vital for life on our planet stratospheric ozone reduces the amount of harmful ultraviolet radiation reaching earth surface nasr's stratospheric aerosol and gas experiment or sage a family of remotesensing satellite instruments managed by a team at nasa langley has long measured ozone an aerosol concentrations even before sage one langley managed to stratospheric aerosol measurement missions sam one and sam2 that proved observations of aerosols from space was possible today sage three is safely installed where no continuous earthobserving instrument has gone before on the outside of the international space station mounted on a unique heck suppod pointing system that will allow sage three to face toward earth at all times the instrument will continue langley's legacy by taking ozone measurements deeper in the atmosphere than ever before for innovation now i'm jennifer polling innovation now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with massar.

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"langley" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"langley" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Now back to serve once again for davies his matti langley langley served of the back row but i weber the perhaps cutbacks at nearsighted tech workers off the block there is buyer for that it now your side push out over by langley acts matti on that one back separate guy again for all at one park we blocked buyers there kansi lend back set for us i rump lefthanded swing in the medal of sydney's forever iraq another go and all of a sudden hope rock with six kills the night tied with gray solberg through the elite very wellbalanced attack yet 5 from teary five in salikh what buying from langley six each from rump in sober good overall balance on the attack were davies farside fan with a chance with new mcoscar attack that up i saw burke now byebye kinsey language the matti ling with the attack off an and down at the top of the net took something off of it ended in noman's land between everyone for cheyenne that side fancy landing with assists number fifteen in our matti langley also at six skills and mattias the went back to serve once again breached rate for the eagle's up fifteen fourteen think it four sri actually for the but of the back row on a serb cities met with the past no chance before partner jacked up dug up by kenzi now every buyer with a set for langley in the near cycle the hospital the sydney say weber rather to gall the rigor attack out about at the top of the net the other point for the eagles and cheyenne had a threepoint lead at fourteen 11hour sixteen point zero vine straight for the forward davies eagles twopoint lead with a twoset to none lead as well mary langley the served at the back row that's an played by number eight nearly rigour losing the play for the first time i that rebel his ended at that he had a before langley not just coming in nettie liaoning trying to get something going spark them a bank rohan rendell with a pass was a little off target in another point for the eagles they lead seventeen fourteen minutes i'm not taken.

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"langley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"langley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To my website ufo dc dot com got a link that way to that yes what about government temporary approached you at all um i was approached by nasa langley and langley was extremely interested in my samples they asked me to send them five of my bed both and i did their response was different because i am five different samples of the same optic but they assumed that i said the same sample but i to explain to wait a minute look this garfield then they changed their tune and asked me to provide them grit samples of it and i gotta cameron converted to something extraordinary and i've provided them with infrared samples all showing the same thing that i'm showing them in full color nightvision infrared did you find it strange that they would even approach you well what's interesting is um i i found that interesting because of my association with edgar mitchell and buzz aldrin and they looked at everything that we stand and what we've done in over the course of the earth lectures i had with ritual clearly indicated he was talking about aliens and i have proof from one of edgar mitchell's missions on the lunar surface which shows without a doubt the band you vote materialize directly in front of them and that's when he said oh it's hardly worth mentioning on on the historic documentation that they have one in the news it was talking about this ufo materialize diva even lies in front of them and they they photographed while we know that the the late edgar mitchell was a believer and as a matter of fact he told me directly the the we are being visited and confirmed my data wholeheartedly how did you get involved in office i had a uh.

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"langley" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"langley" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Of the band of light all in the fixed regions of space over my home now i'm going to say that with that many sample that what i imaging are not meet ears but extraterrestrial spacecraft are on a mission that are on a course that are on the course of wherever they're going there they're headed that direction on a on a daily basis and they're here some of your pictures and video of course or on youtube people find them they can go to wilbur alan youtube channel or go to my website ufo d c dot com you've got a link that way to them yes what about government temporary approached you at all um i was approached by nasa langley and langley was extremely interested in my samples they asked me to send them five of my best ufos and i did and their response was different because i hit them five different samples of the same object but they assumed that i said the same sample but i to explain to the wait a minute with the star field then they changed their tune and asked me to provide them infrared samples of it and i thought of cameroon added converted to something extraordinary and i've provided them with infrared samples all showing the same thing that i'm showing them in full color nightvision infrared did you find it strange that they would even approach you well what's interesting is um i i found that interesting because of my association with edgar mitchell and buzz aldrin and they looked at everything that we said and what we've done in over the course of the earth lectures i have with mitchell clearly indicated he was talking about aliens and i have proof from one of edgar mitchell's missions on the lunar surface which shows without a doubt the band of light ufo materialize directly in front of them and that's when he said oh it's hardly worth mentioning on on the historic documentation that they have one in the news it was talking about this ufo materialize and even fury lives in front of them and they they photographed while we know that the the late edgar mitchell was a believer and as a matter of fact he told me directly that the we are being visited and confirmed my data wholeheartedly how did you get involved in all this um i had a uh.

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