20 Burst results for "Lawrence Livermore"

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:13 min | 4 d ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Or was it not? And all this. This one. I just want to jump in real quick tail end of a conversation about the U. S report. Lab scientist discounted it. Nobody said oh, by the way, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, which is one of our prestigious National Labs says this Just kind of let it go and said no. The preponderance of evidence is that this was a zoonotic or natural origin. Except deliver more is the only one that actually operates a BSL for which is the most dangerous classification, a laboratory among the national labs that it's explicitly mandated to do biodefense research. Including in support of the arms control, verification and compliance. Bureau of State where I was serving. Where were we in charge of this investigation? They seem to be the some of the only people who are really looking into this, uh, possibility even probability earlier early on other than us. There's a really intriguing op ed in the Wall Street Journal that was authored by two scientists over the weekend, suggesting that a genetic mutation that is the hallmark of laboratory manipulation. The virus was president Covid 19, it reads quote. This fact that the coronavirus with all its random possibilities took the rare and unnatural combination used by human researchers implies the leading theory for the origin of the virus must be laboratory escape. This might not be a smoking gun. But the smell of cordite certainly is hanging in the air now. Yeah, I mean, it's sort of like you can't see the smoking gun because the room's on fire. Those two researchers were part of around a dozen researchers that we collaborated actively within the private academic sector. In addition to working with our various national laboratory experts and the information that the indeed evidence that they provided in The Wall Street Journal, however technical in nature, it's very accurate and it was one of the smoking gun. Pieces of genetic sequence information that we felt was a clear and present danger warning sign. Right. You and other members of the State Department team, including Miles, you and Thomas Banana, wrote a policy member for the Hudson Institute,.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"An ordinance that says that you could no longer Kim at public parks. OK, thank you very much interesting piece opinion piece Washington Post, Okay, and this is not a right leaning outfit, right? Talking about Major League baseball and the decision to move the All Star game out of Georgia on they went on to say, Well, what about Cuba and what about China? Major League Baseball? Major League Baseball has played games in Cuba. And the commissioner has said. We'd like to play here. We'd like to play there more often. According to the State Department Human Rights report released last month, quote Cuba remains a one party system in which the Communist Party is the only legal political party. Yeah. Then on the same day or same week, I should say when they announced they're moving the All Star game they also announced to deal with 10 Cent. Are you familiar with them? Tea and CNT Huge company, Communist Party link Chinese telecommunications firm to broadcast Major League Baseball All Star Games It's making money and they don't think anyone will care. Then they'll do it. So we're going to stand and we're gonna make him We're gonna make a moral stance on Georgia. But not on Cuba and not on China. Yeah. Yeah, well, I know it's been typical, and I think we'll continue to see it until more people call him on it This out of Lawrence Livermore. This is out of a scene of US Hollywood SciFi thriller Researchers have joined with the Air Force, So we got Lawrence Livermore National Lab researchers, the Air Force They're trying to test if a nuclear blast could deflect an earth threatening asteroid. Oh, you're kidding. No, you had that so they're actually going to try to test this out and how they're doing it. I'm you know they had it involves neutrons and penetrative X rays that kind of thing, But they're going to actually test this theory that they have that they could Changed the trajectory of an earth threatening asteroids. Fascinating. I know. I know. It really is. I mean, and it is a concern, and we've had some close calls. But as of yet, there's been no one who said if one's heading our way that we could do anything about it along the lines of the story that I just mentioned out of the Washington Post. I know you did a little bit of work on the new walk. Corporate culture. Yeah, A lot of people are wondering why not? Why does it seem like in the last 5 10 years, CEOs are much more willing to take a stand on political events on and possibly alienate, like half the population. Why are they willing to do that? So we're going to talk to an author who dug into that in his new book. That sounds very interesting. It's a crazy world. We're all running low on things we trust..

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Intuitive surgical number seven Lawrence Livermore national laboratory is number six the Sammons financial group is number five well here's what we've heard of number four on the list of best places to work in N. out burger they're out west and if you if you have in N. out burger it's kind of you know what it's like it's kind of like when Coors beer is only available out west they get kind of a cult following the chick fillet was only in the south some of these places lose their charisma when they're widely available in Krispy Kreme was want once like that but in out burger yeah they have been Phoenix Scottsdale that area LA yeah the it's pretty good although in LA what a burger I think is as good or better I think I've got that right what a burger is not around here right I think it's one of those that I've had in in California that I thought was was as good or better than an operator at you know the hamburger around here that I think is right there with the in and out burger is the M. Berger and Berger there around very very good highly recommended anyway if the plant based ones no we don't think so now let's see here anyway so apparently in N. out burger is a good place to work number three DocuSign number two Bain and company and the top spot and the list of best places to work in twenty twenty is a Massachusetts based software company HubSpot HubSpot beat out multinational businesses by investing in employee engagement expanding globally by adding offices in eight countries all while growing a remote workforce HubSpot personally I'd rather work in out burger for the email for the snags I get good perks discounts on burgers seven fifty one right now and Ole let's take this call here's Tom from Willowbrook morning time what's on your mind good morning are you listening to your comments about it out burger I just was in Phoenix visiting my daughter for about three months and they had it in and out burger but what I want to tell you it's kind of interesting to iconic restaurant chains that opened up in Scottsdale one is white castle and the other one is thanks a lot anyway what white castle we know about L. you know the like it well the the reason I I called and said I tried to go there one day to get a hamburger and the line was so damn long wearing in the image it's got stale yeah which yeah and a white castle you talking about yeah white castle opened up in Scottsdale Arizona okay in the line is so long traditionally castle majority of the license plates are Illinois which I thought was hilarious and sure give it a shot down there that's the first time ever down in that particular area well then they'll find out what we know here that white castle tastes better after midnight usually and I remember that very well usually when you're somebody's coming home from some social events or having a drink with the boys or something like that I used to I remember we used to get a bag up for like a dollar that goes way back so you could tell about whole area I haven't been there in a long time but I I would often get the double the double white castle no cheese and and no fries no onion rings just you know maybe I get like four of them and then by after the third one I'd already be regretting what I did and certainly the next day really regretting it thank you to change Bob that opened up that my wife just yelled to me that I had forgotten because it was senior moment first Portillo's they also opened up in Scottsdale Arizona eight years ago and then we are opening their opening in Springfield they announced this all yeah I did read that yeah but the Portillo's thing was interested also in the same week my friend and I told him about Portillo's so we tried to go in there and you couldn't get near the place they end up police are directing traffic it was unbelievable I don't know Z. gal is transplanted Chicagoans out your way out yeah that's exactly what it was all the license plates I I gotta believe about eighty percent of our allies like I said I just want to share those two moments with your choice CNN John show welcome back and keep up the good work we enjoy it thank you and eat well okay well I tried it sounds like you do as well thanks bye it's seven fifty four right now and we'll talk to dean Richards will get his entertainment report after our eight o'clock news and dean's got some information about a Bill Murray son who apparently was arrested in a protest March and what else will we talk to dean about always got and also a bit of a fiery speech at a protest March in London that came from a Star Wars actor so that'll be coming up and Dave I want to talk to you a bit more about this statement that was made by Akeem Hicks of the bears one of one of the few powerful points in his first comments since the killing of George Floyd how do you think management is going to deal with this I mean he basically said they should have signed Colin Capra neck instead of Mike Glennon well I I I'm not sure that he was he was saying that as much as he was saying A. Amin he brought up the Glen and thing yeah but I think it was more why wasn't Colin Capra Nick signed by anybody why did everybody why did the league try to basically stifle him and and ignore the message which now everybody is trying to get that message across and Colin Capra Nick was out there and it took a stand to put his career on the line right now and and and took a lot of heat and which stood at best he could and eventually they came to a settlement so the I think I think that was his point looking here is it here is a guided play because he spoke his mind and quarterbacks of lesser talent were were finding jobs and I think that was that was his point at least the way I heard it but you know this is something that obviously goes well beyond Colin Capra Nick and well beyond drew Brees who is now at the the center of this thing right and you know it's it the bears came out of it seemingly pleased with their exchange of ideas and and their discourse in the other team get together will was called somebody called it on the team said it was life changing while Akeem Hicks said that and and Matt Nagy said it was the most powerful meeting he's ever attended so I mean I think those are pretty strong comments and then you hear some of the stuff coming out of New Orleans and I mentioned this earlier there the trending now is the hashtag drew Brees cancel drew Brees are drew Brees is canceled yeah I mean bad type bad timing having him do you save that yeah I know what it is it's and I I guess if you listen to what he's saying you can understand what his point is but it's just you're ignoring what your team your own teammates are saying to you right and what's going on in the world right now you're you're basically it's it's just a matter of you you've totally mis read the situation yeah he I mean it is is not is not a time for silence on thing but you got to really think before you speak and his gaze and he would've been better off being silent film more on that coming up on the news that's next from the northwestern medicine newsroom it's phase three your business can open but it doesn't we talk to business owners about why they're staying shot even though they don't have to plus outrage over George Floyd on a corporate level how much of it is genuine how much of it is PR talk with us after one o'clock Hey DD perks members in Washington DC now that we're slowly getting back to running make the most of your day with large hot coffee from Dunkin for a dollar forty nine not a DD perks members joined on the Dunkin app today for easy contactless weight order pay pick up in store or the drive through America runs on Dunkin participation.

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Federal Researchers Create 'Second Skin' to Shield Against Biological Threats

Dana Loesch

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Federal Researchers Create 'Second Skin' to Shield Against Biological Threats

"Federal researchers are creating a second skin to use to shield against biological threats I am very fascinated with us so this was at at Lawrence Livermore national level oratory and it's a team of scientists they've developed a breathable protective smart fabric deemed a second skin that's designed to shield wearers by responding itself to chemical and biological agents researchers from the California based lab together with collaborators from the masses from MIT and US army combat capabilities development command which has a very long name completed the first phase of a project to create cutting edge material this sounds like a super suit from the incredible by the way please tell me that that woman exists and she's in a really a really kick in modern design cave lab and she's like designing the suits the superset styling because that's amazing to me and I would like to meet her so the flags are for despondent by the defense threat reduction agency is Danny all my help this is literally the program may sit down defense threat reduction agency is dynamic mal function material multi function materials for a second skin yeah have fun without on tech so anyway there they said that they're looking at next Gen clothing to provide people with robust protection is it breathable is it like yoga pants I think that's what we all want to know

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Interpretable AI in Healthcare

Data Skeptic

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Interpretable AI in Healthcare

"One of the important areas in which model interpret ability should have an impact. I guess somewhat argue the most important areas in healthcare after all. What good is some black box It's worth something if it's reliable but yeah better than a black box would be a transparent box and while that makes a great pool quote easier said than done. There's also an interesting aside here about interpreting. For whom patient or doctor and my concern is doctor because the last thing I want to patient self diagnosing and getting access to AI tools to essentially make the sort of inferences that you need a guided trained died. Make so in my mind. Successive applied machine learning and healthcare is really about helping the doctors the clinicians the radiologist the people that are operating the machines in interpreting the evidence in doing that sort of thing so surely there's some interesting work specifically on model interpret ability in the context of healthcare right off this week on the show. I speak with Jay theon garage about his recent paper. Calibrating healthcare AI. Towards reliable and interpreted deep. Predictive models. I am I'm a computer scientist at Lawrence livermore national labs and I will descend lights computing division. They're doing research much learning in occupations and I'd asked you on today most notably to discuss your recent paper calibrating healthcare a I told reliability and interpreted deep predictive models. This is right at the intersection of the things we like to get into here. It's interpret ability and M. L. I'm not an expert in healthcare and I know it does take some expertise. Can you tell me a little bit about your background? And how you've learned these two fields and whatever their overlap is so mind. Bagnall might be Watson Mustang. Running on sitting processing may apply Problems in consideration however when. I started working on applying to Real. What problems little more being a fine slob? Vdb typically focus on a bit of scientific applications in which data modeling could be potentially used. And that's where I started. What Lawn Jimbo? Space by medicine Pot and I've been fortunate enough to work with. Us decently stuff while I watch TV in the trade beyond my basic by classes school so I started learning as starbuck along these projects and my awesome does including the ones by the research on other places that I work with there. Being helping me get on top of some of the challenges that he insists and how we could potentially report with some of the tools of your building. General ambition problems to I see a lot of headlines that Bragg for certain problems like maybe it's a radiologist and things like that that algorithms are now achieving these human level performance although when you look a little deeper maybe that's perhaps a stretch. What's your perspective on the current state of the art in Computer Vision? How close are we to that? Human level goal were all seemingly after. I think that's a philosophical question on some level if you actually talked to a doctor down definitely testing which is using human performance. Okay but if you deep down to go to the doctors and house them on both the costs that you really want to help you with many times down to this new the kind of problems back the actual doctors and people who are treating radiated difficult infections business they are looking for is solid really really challenging problems which often cutting the benchmarking statistics typically build the vision community. So this is what happens even though be producing a lot of promise. Infanta building diagnostic tools. They might not be directly. Impacting healthcare has the way of humidity expected. However this conversation study lot of more practitioners of getting volume conversations issues with us. It's not anymore like taken. Automated Published inaudible computer vision and machine learning manuals on doctors. Look at it. So that is changed. So it's means what does happen is defined realistic. Problem actually agreed to have an impact on which is not very easy to do you. Have these awesome cameras. We are looking at on for names but Hollywood. This needs a more fundamental rethinking as to what helped get problems need to be solved which is the actual big challenge for example. The flight me something like a Cobra. Infection which intimate know what gain of data potentially even detected well and sending me thrown into the school. Maybe I saying we need to find a stating congressman beanie to detect things and more importantly. The office can be used in order to gain new insights that they do not more already so in some sense it is going to continue merely being automating to then the future is promising. Couple of the NFC moving. It's not just for making difficult jobs faster but it is also doing tasks that typically hard even for human to solve in a day to business on holding. We enable them do better sometimes. It's not even replacing them and brigadier deadliest in many times even assisting them to navigate to restrict at

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Bar Codes for Foods

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Bar Codes for Foods

"The food poisoning puts thousands of lives at risk each year but tracking tainted food just got easier. This is innovation. They should now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future each year more than one hundred twenty nine thousand. Americans are sent to the hospital for food poisoning finding the source of the contaminated food is often a matter of unreliable record keeping and guesswork but researchers at the Lawrence livermore national laboratory have developed a DNA based additive that could make the time consuming interviews an inefficient accountability obsolete the odorless tasteless substance classified by the US Food and Drug Administration as a harmless food additive acts like an invisible barcode when sprayed on fruits vegetables or meats or when mixed into bulk commodities like honey olive oil flour or rice by reading the code the origin of a product can NBA identified in under an hour and pinpointed to the actual tree and apple might have come from and a huge benefit of the tracking system stores will be able all to identify fraudulent food piracy when someone swaps the cheap stuff for a premium product making this surprisingly simple tracking system worth billions to Anthony Dentistry for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on WTVN

"Hey, guys how're you, doing this, evening good go, ahead I was. Hoping Ascalon, know what, other kind of programs were going on at. Los Alamos labs 'cause I had like a really private tour there when. I was a kid Los. Alamos, labs, are Lawrence Livermore I. Said, Lawrence. Livermore did you talk about? Los. Alamos Alana Yeah Primarily directed energy weapons aren't? There Anyway I don't know, when they caller is talking about, but it's mostly directed energy weapons which includes I and is non ionized just go back to. The seventies Back to the eighties seventies seventies active seven seventy eight I don't I don't remember but I know d. e. I know. Directed energy weapons. Weren't at the top of the list at that time I would assume it would have been d- you depleted uranium and and other ionized weapons Yeah they cut, my hair and sent me out there on an, airplane and I got a real private tour past. All the, armed guards and I don't remember much except going through doorways and. Walking out the building I've told this story before but you know what's going on with these fires which is I know what the real subject is you know. It sounds. A lot like, what was going on in ancient Scotland were they have all kinds of evidence in these cell. Walls of these, energy laser cuts where it looks like they were hiding from something that was shooting lasers You know kind of sounds similar From ancient science very possible that all of, this technology has been here before and that civilization had. To start, over because of it Wow well along. A it was a pleasure to. Talk, to you and I really appreciate you guys stay cold or night you have a wonderful evening. Thank you for calling the program yeah. Reminds me of if you read, some of those ancient Vega's of you read, about the bananas, we read about many of these ancient I guess they call them. Aircraft you're able to fire down from the sky huge fire columns which sounds very much like lasers sound very much like heat weapons and of. Course back eighteen hundreds yet h. g. wells writing about the the war of the worlds and how the aliens had a mirror system we had a. Mirror attached to a bright candlelit beam that was able. To burn fields of all kinds of crops and be able to kill people. And that was the basis for war of the worlds, the idea that the aliens had technology laser technology that we hear about now so it all comes from the minds of science fiction or, even minds of ancient texts is type of weaponry that Could be put together quite easily and. Maybe us now and like I said. I always refer back to what. Michio Kaku said in two thousand thirteen they're, using lasers to, control the weather and they use lasers to control lightning bolts anywhere. They want they, can put down a lightning bolt caused a fire or even destroy property so this is not too far out of the question. To say that maybe we are seeing the aftermath of these tests for geo engineering reasons Jamie Lee rhythms tonight on ground zero line of Freeland your. Calls coming up again right you're on ground zero don't. Go away a whole lot more coming tonight as this story is unfolding and. More and more people are coming forward to say these, fires are.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Freeland and Jamie Lee Armageddon ground zero talking about the fires and the possibility of energy directed energy weapons. Being used to cause the fires I just want to tell you the reason why I am Completely In something I just. Saw I have a groups page the ground zero, groups ground zero with CLYDE Lewis group page someone who directly to this page Jamie and. Alana and while I have seen the melted cars and I've seen the melted, rims which of course had to have melted over a thousand degree heat I'm now. Seeing animals people are showing Aminul pictures they've taken. Pictures of the animals and how they look it is quite unnerving to see, just how fast the devastation has been with this because the animals Have been frozen in time Where they are nothing more than ash in the mold. And shape of, an animal they are the. It's just like they. Are it's like been nuclear it's like a nuclear bomb is hit and what you're seeing are these these ash piles in the shape of? What used to be animals? Have you seen these pictures Jamie I You I chose not to look at all of, them but it same thing happens with like the round barn which was eighteen ninety structure place here in Santa. Rosa and you look at the picture from above in the chest of the. Building there's no. Concrete there's no. Steel there's nothing gets down to the base and it's just torched around yet and there's, no this is the accuracy of these really emphasize a. Little I was talking about this visible and nine visible, light and I have on my website over forty to fifty people like myself who saw blue light because of the tracking later occurred because of all the dust particulates. Matter but in operates in a spectrum of one millimeter to, somewhere Fifty nanometers and we only see some seven hundred and fifty two under four hundred meters so yes it happened yes we have a visible proof. Including myself that night and there's no one to talk to And we have many, other problems here in Santa Rosa the military China moved in, this guy James Lee Witt was. Tapped to bring into run Santa Rosa's rebuild north bay here in California. He was Bill Clinton's buddy a team and now he's bringing in all his e side. Sixty program but he's from India and China take Johnson come work here in Santa Rosa. As part, of the. Contract, so Darius Anderson is a PG lobbyist in order of the democrat newspaper here as well And the, guy who runs away to credit unions taken in thirty million, dollars of are donated money Robert. Steal other business on the side job he's being on the board of. Directors is running is executive at a global alliance insurance that makes money from disaster capitalism James James Lee Witt has out your. Capitalist company called secord which makes fifteen million dollars in disaster Takkula's I was in Walsh it's called capitalism There's there's no extensions they just. Take people's lying in profits but they're bringing in foreigners FOX Wisconsin FOX the largest maker, smartphones, and, everything, else China's Alabama's, turning it. Into China they're turning it into manufacturers because it global debt is now shifting to the big countries Russia India China. And South Africa it's plan they have their, own banks system already set up and you're going to, a cryptocurrency legal to be on the phone you'll have to get, you rely d Enslavement of the technological kind in so many ways but now it scorched earth they're just choosing places. To, go back so we need to grow up. And and really chase what we're looking at. I really honor quite you're batting the guts to go here on on your show because so. Many people talking like that Well I I was skeptical of it until I remember the investigation we did into a UFO. Crash in Tracy California and it wasn't an alien. UFO it was a military, exercise out of Lawrence Livermore labs where they were using, their their laser, weapons now back in. One thousand nine hundred ninety eight no, one knew of the laser, weapons, technology no, one knew that they were working on. This and no one news that. Lawrence Livermore had the national ignition facility that at the time was experimenting with directed energy, weapons, they, may, have or it's, more than. Obvious they used it because the tire fire that happened there lasted for two years took ten years to clean up. Hotspots taken.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on WTVN

"A lot of Freeland and Jamie Lee Armageddon on ground zero talking about the fires and the possibility of energy directed energy weapons being used to. Cause the fires I just want to tell you the reason why I mean I am completely In something I just saw I have a groups, page the ground zero groups ground zero. With CLYDE Lewis group page someone who directed me to. This page Jamie and Alana and while I have seen the melted cars and I've seen the melted rims which of course had to have melted. Over a, thousand degree heat I'm now. Seeing animals people are showing animal pictures down they've taken. Pictures of the animals and how they look it is quite unnerving to see, just how fast the devastation has been with this because the animals Have been frozen in time Where they are nothing more than ash in the mold. And shape of, an animal they are the. It's just like they are. It's like they've been nuclear it's like a nuclear bomb hit and what you're seeing are these these ash piles in the shape of? What used to be animals? Have you seen these pictures Jamie I looked at? You You I chose not to look, at all of them but it same thing happens with like round barn which is eighteen ninety structures laureate chronic place, here in Santa Rosa and you look at. A picture from above The. Footprint of the building there's no concrete there's no steel there's nothing if found to the base and it's just horsing around yet and there's no vegetative attached the accuracy of these in a lot. Of really emphasize little I was talking about this, visible and, nine visible light on my website over forty to, fifty people like myself who saw blue light because of the practice because of all the dust particulates matter but in. Operates and a spectrum of one millimeter this Nanometers and we only see some seven hundred and fifty two under four hundred meters so yes it happens yes we have a visible foods including. Myself that night and there's no one to talk, to And we have many other. Problems here in Santa Rosa the military China moved, in this guy James Lee Witt. Was tapped to bring into run Santa Rosa's rebuild north day here in California he was Bill Clinton's buddy a team I now he's bringing in all these eastside program. But he's from India and China take Johnson come work here in Santa Rosa. As part, of the. Contracts, and various Anderson is a PG lightest and order, of the democrat newspaper here as well And the. Guy who runs away to credit unions taken in, thirty two million dollars donated money. Robert steal. Other business on the side job he's not being on the board of directors is ready executive at a global alliance insurance makes money from disaster capitalism James James. Lee Witt has out your capitalist Stephanie to called core which. Makes fifteen million dollars in disaster Capitalism I was in Wall, Street's called capitalism there's there's no expenses They just take. People's profits but they're bringing in foreigners. Foxconn is telling you Wisconsin FOX the largest maker smartphones and everything else China's Alabama's turning into China, determinist, into, manufacturers, because the global. Debt is now shifting to, the big countries Russia India. China and South Africa It's their own banks system. Already set up and you're going to a crypto currency that you'll have to be on the phone you'll, have, to, get, you rely d Enslavement of, the technological. In so many ways but now it scorched they're just choosing places to go back so we need. To, grow up in really taste what we're looking at honor CLYDE. You're batting the guts to go here on, on, your show because so many people. Talking like that Well I I was skeptical of it until I remember the investigation we did into. A, UFO crash in Tracy California, and it wasn't an alien UFO it was. A military exercise out of Lawrence Livermore labs were they were using their their laser weapons now back in nineteen ninety, eight no one knew of the laser weapons technology no. One knew that they. Were working on this. And no one knew that Lawrence Livermore had the. National ignition facility but at, the time was experimenting with directed, energy weapons they may have for it's more, than obvious they used it because the tire fire that happened there lasted for two years took ten years to clean up hot. Spots taken care of.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Very the intensity This. Laser cannon that they were working on. This National League mission facility where, they were working on a laser that was able to blast, enough energy to light up every home in the United States or wipe out mankind. It had the power of the sun And that ranks him bells for me because of what the. Fire chief said about the tire fire Tracy he said that it was like an atomic, bomb it yet he said it was weird it was a crater and all it was was like this pit opened up Bottomless pit. Opened up all the tires fell in huge flames burning, and melting tires okay And as I said the project was kept. Secret up until two thousand nine and the project was actually compromised of one hundred ninety two. Lasers It would be aimed at a hydrogen pellet the size of a BB And. In a. Split second one quick bolt of. Energy poop pop small bolt ninety thing it's like a quick laser shot. One quick bolt of energy would go undetected, until the devastation would result See that's how I. That's how it intensified array able to blow, one hundred. Nine hundred. Eighty one hundred ninety two lasers. Push them through hydrogen a hydrogen pellet hydrogen vortex and you'd have devastation And everything in the vicinity of that laser would melt or be reduced to ashes inflames. However the destruction could be pinpointed in order to hit a. Target without disturbing anything in the periphery so you could have trees and houses and everything around. And they didn't. Have to be destroyed the everything, else that pinpointed leaves to it would be destroyed So With all the investigation we did into this UFO case and finding out about the national ignition, facility Lawrence Livermore labs and the. Capability Their laser weapons The reason I bring all, of this up Is because of the fact It recently been bombarded with photos from the wildfires show some very suspicious things that indicate according to the presenters The fires that we are seeing right now We're set intentionally and, not by arsonists not by kid's with fireworks but through means of directed, energy weapons being used for geo engineering purposes.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You'd have to have super high heat for that. To happen tonight a line of freelance been talking with. Us about these these energy weapons going as far back as. Project paper clip we did an investigation and Lawrence Livermore labs doing experiments back in, nineteen ninety eight which brought down a projectile UFO, into any illegal tire dump seven million tires burned, for two years and it took another ten to clean. Up that mess the fire chief said it looked like. An atomic bomb it hit there. After much investigation we realized that Lawrence Livermore labs is doing a laser test hundred ninety two lasers firing into. A hydrogen BB Creating a, massive massive heat Ray and Jamie we got you back on. The phone because of the fact we had a hard time with the hookup on Skype try and get that hook up again at, the top are hopefully we'll be able to work, out the kinks there but in the meantime you said. You were working on Wall Street you have some inside. Information you're also right there in. The belly of the beast Jamie gives us a low down as to why people are suspicious about these fires Well. I it's you gotta understand things and people just understood the term directed energy weapon we're? Just learning we're just starting to know, but it's it's pretty much no sense to the audience or, any listeners but it's willful ignorance I mean if you think. About lasers they're in every business of every category you can imagine I mean go to seven eleven and get a laser pen and, you, can shine, it up, and get in trouble for flashing a three thousand feet up into the. Air until a pilot ties so I try. And educate people as to what do you think the military might have, if you can get on your, laptop, travelling at, thirty thousand, seat at five hundred miles an hour they find your IP address and you can download and upload what do you, think the military of the world. Has had capable that they haven't told you about all the way back to Nikola. Tesla free energy which, frequency energy Libration they've held the keys to. The kingdom for very long. Time there were just executing and using the technology but. When you brought up temperatures when iron and steel notes at twenty seven hundred ninety Five degrees aluminum twelve hundred and, thirty six, hottest fire, wildfire recorded with seventeen hundred and forty two degrees and this came out. Of nowhere a hundred and seventy fires and. Nine counties with dozens of cars slipped onto roofs just torch but slipped on their roofs Cardinal. Newman ballfields laser like precision and. Then, across.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"That gives it the ability to do more calculations per second so this is huge for lots of of really deep research and now with artificial intelligence i feel like we have a we were talking earlier today about this being kind of a space race type yeah con sodomy describe it as that with excess scale being the moon land with being the moon landing and i think that now a part of what brings in the rest of the world is going to be the idea of like oh wait no machine learning i have a general idea that machine learning the faster it can learn things in the more we can feed it the better it's going to be the better is going to be and that something where i feel like now we're not just talking about this general idea this capacity that we're building for who knows what there are specific understandable by the baseline consumer of this kind of news understanding of what this would be used for and we will see this one get past maybe a couple of years yet and we may not be the us it may not be lawrence livermore may not be oakridge may be another type who or something like it but i i would like to see even more countries get involved in this this this to me is a positive way for countries to compete and push each other yeah especially because a lot of the research that comes out of these supercomputers is shared in the academic community not hoarded in proprietary ways which i almost tempted to say unlike google and facebook and those guys but honestly as far as i goes google and facebook been very good about open sourcing most if not all of what they do they're also let's remember this day june eleven twenty eighteen as the day that we had the pedal flop supercomputer story so in a decade or go remember when that was two hundred pedophile she used to be real fast exactly teen is an exit plop i've got two hundred flops on my wallet clip there's probably a facebook memory of me like.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"His his wife after his death his wife lobbied to attempt to get his name taken off of lawrence livermore lab because it was a wet it was a weapons lab and she didn't heal right about her family name being on a a weapons lab and then she tried to get it taken off and and and i don't know what the outcome of that was i know that more and more where more and more instead of lawrence livermore being always referred to to as lawrence livermore they often now referred to it as livermore lab and dropping the lawrence so i don't know if that was the result of her attempts or not but anyhow a lot of times things named after somebody where it originally has the full day they just eventually refer to it only with the last name but there were a lot of scientists involved in the manhattan project in nuclear armaments throughout the years that had changes of heart because face it i mean it's not like we select the guy developed a new flavor of twinkie wiped out thousands of people you know it's like the whole actually went to be you know it's like guns people are just like a cool like tool you know what i mean but then like there's people that go out there and use them for horrible things but they're not many people ever debated using a nuclear weapon for something just let us nukes for hunting hey i guess that i don't know if there's any type of purpose like nine there is there is let me tell you his brother john ernest orlando lawrence's brother john was an an md and did use had had access to the of the radioactive isotopes that were created by the cyclotron equipment that lawrence had created and so out of that whole atomic thing came nuclear medicine and and you know the dropping a nuclear bomb on a cancer patient they're using the radioactive let's say there is in space some like meteor or something come hit us then you put this new on the bomb and blow it up outside of the atmosphere before it had impact then there's a use for it that doesn't involve killing people it involves saving people that's also making the assumption that we cannot get.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"His his wife after his death his wife lobbied to attempt to get his name taken off of lawrence livermore lab because it was a wet it was a weapons lab and she didn't feel right about her family name being on a a weapons lab and she tried to get it taken off and and and i don't know what the outcome of that was i know that more and more where more and more instead of lawrence livermore being always referred to as lawrence livermore they often now referred to it as livermore lab and dropping the lawrence so i don't know if that was the result of her attempts or not but anyhow a lot of times things named after somebody where it originally has the full name they just eventually refer to it only with the last name but there were a lot of scientists involved in the manhattan project in nuclear armaments throughout the years that had changes of heart because face it i mean it's not like we sound like the guy developed a new flavor a twinkie wiped out thousands of people you know it's like the whole actually went to be you know it's like guns people are just like cool like tool you know what i mean but then there's people that go out there and use them for horrible things but they're not many people ever debated decent a nuclear weapon for something just let us nukes for hunting hey there one nukes i don't know if there's any type of purpose like nine weather is real what's there is let me tell you his brother john orlando lawrence's brother john was an an md and did use had had access to the of the radioactive isotopes that were created by the cyclotron equipment that lawrence had created and so out of that whole atomic thing came nuclear medicine and and you know the not dropping a nuclear bomb on a cancer patient they're using the radioactive say you let's say there is in space some like meteor something to come hit us then you to put this on the bomb in like blow it up outside of the you know atmosphere before it had impact then there's a use for.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The us fcc wants to changi is peace from be considered common carriers back to being considered information services as they were before 2015 back then at t was sued by the us federal trade commission over throttling its unlimited customers now at t is arguing in the case that sense it's a common carrier invoice that the ftc had no jurisdiction over its data even though back then data was considered an information service if at t winds this court case on those grounds than the reclassification of isps back to being information services would mean that neither the fcc or the fs t c could regulate data service regarding things like net neutrality the fcc voting on reclassification happens december 14th likely before this court case will be decided ibm says its power nine chip can increase workloads uncommon a i frameworks like chain her tensor flow and cafe by almost four times ibm also said it worked closely with invidia to build a system bus that can move workloads between power nine and invidia gpus ten times as fast as competitors her nine will be used in these summit supercomputer being built by lawrence livermore and oak ridge national labs ibm also intends to sell power nine ships to cloud vendors and offer a cloud service itself gm announced a new service called marketplace that would lead drivers prepurchase things like coffee in gas and make restaurant reservations from the dashboard of the car some purchases in the new system do require a smartphone to complete.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"The us fcc wants to changi is peace from be considered common carriers back to being considered information services as they were before 2015 back then at t was sued by the us federal trade commission over throttling its unlimited customers now at t is arguing in the case that sense it's a common carrier invoice that the ftc had no jurisdiction over its data even though back then data was considered an information service if at t winds this court case on those grounds than the reclassification of isps back to being information services would mean that neither the fcc or the fs t c could regulate data service regarding things like net neutrality the fcc voting on reclassification happens december 14th likely before this court case will be decided ibm says its power nine chip can increase workloads uncommon a i frameworks like chain her tensor flow and cafe by almost four times ibm also said it worked closely with invidia to build a system bus that can move workloads between power nine and invidia gpus ten times as fast as competitors her nine will be used in these summit supercomputer being built by lawrence livermore and oak ridge national labs ibm also intends to sell power nine ships to cloud vendors and offer a cloud service itself gm announced a new service called marketplace that would lead drivers prepurchase things like coffee in gas and make restaurant reservations from the dashboard of the car some purchases in the new system do require a smartphone to complete.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Year allowance to bring money back an amnesty but was allowed full what did we seizure to the currency appreciated with thirteen percent that so trump next year in terms of worst dollar currency a 10percent appreciation it's not my face and the us dollar in a usstyle relative to euro and he's got the seeming the steve thirty percent that you're talking about that is invested in nondollar assets actually is recapturing said no i believe about seventy five percent of that will be repatriated coming back to urge them okay and some of that will be used to stay there for local operations will continue now woke up his is that the majority is going to combat immature is going to come back and and that will itself provided bid and the pick his good for the individual stocks of those properties by the repatriated excelled he could pick comes from twofold number one corporations making more money because tap virtual hour and two money coming back both go into stocks by i was just going to say we think things stocks which are overvalued today will probably go up around five percent next year should combined exelon say straight back to shareholders rather than capital investment will because historically dig to invest back in their business we saw it last time around rate companies and even we've already seen companies come out and say this is what we're gonna do is back this thing thai to some form of investors a shortage of rarely a public shall but go ahead when you're talking about a ten percent appreciation did you see the dollar index that took about relative lawrence livermore affleck emerging markets remain strong just because of the.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Got Science?

Got Science?

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on Got Science?

"Dr ben santer is a climate researcher at lawrence livermore national laboratory a former researcher at the university of east anglians climatic research unit and a macarthur fellowship winner his seminal work on identifying the fingerprints of climate change was crucial and ruling out any other natural causes behind are changing climate for this work and for communicating it so successfully he was the target of a long campaign to discredit him personally and professionally happily he's come through it and was gracious enough to speak to us about why we should never be scared to stand up when science is being sidelined a correspondent debra more chatted with dr santer about his career his advice for young scientists facing blowback for their work and the twelve words that changed his life debre take it away thank you colleen and dr santer thank you for speaking with us today thanks for having me so here we are in the aftermath of three intense hurricanes harvey erma maria you are a climate scientist what can you tell us about these events after katrina we looked at the issue of whether human activities human caused fossilfuel burning was affecting some of the conditions that influence hurricanes we started off looking at ocean surface temperatures in key hurricane breeding grounds at the atlantic and pacific and we're able to show that human caused burning of fossil fuels was warming these key breeding grounds for hurricanes that's concerning after that we looked at not just the surface of the ocean but the heat content of the ocean the uppermost several hundred meters and we're able to show that ocean he'd content was also increasing again concerning if you're thinking about the conditions that influence hurricanes.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on About to Review

"I think we'll you net will case today as hard to pick this tim okay one would be nobody ever does any gosh darn paperwork they the documentation is not there right they just do things that every never really sometimes when it's convenient though right something down um but like not all of it clearly because putting goes wrong like you know or something goes whatever and the other what is it's always a loan for allied things it's still alone scientists loan mad scientist trope or the loan genius i mean even tony stark free ah real friend lake you're now what i mean he his he is clearly a certain industries you have an entire rd indeed we have we sometimes in the background see when he goes down there in slums it in like solves a major problem um but when it comes to you know cern or you know lawrence livermore laboratories or anything where these types of merger had hundreds of thousands of people are looking at a problem in some movies was better than others where you see like something like um what's the one majority foster contact yes where he clearly there's a worldwide astronomy effort now and and even though not everyone obviously is a main character you can see that they've had it global is it endeavour to get information ryan something i mean like with dark night killer even though loosed lucious fox was the head of rd you saw him opening boxes of things he had to order from somewhere were outran like it was not him making every little battering him doing all of these things that was like you have unlimited money yeah have a we farm a health unlit 702 even talks what he was like a wider routed through this in this you know like sure yet you have to do i mean that's the thing is any in these are de apartments rarely kyaw stark industries or or an with batman is that you have hole hundreds.

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"lawrence livermore" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:53 min | 4 years ago

"lawrence livermore" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Say the lawrence livermore national laboratory and they've got a lot of money to spend on a simulation system for awesome some sort of new science experiment you're gonna want to deliver in a first class equipment and they're going to go wholly our to assign so it's it's different than consumer market some looking at the specs at the dell it's going to need to display port one point three cables or i would assume also that if it could work on amac will pro you probably have used to capelle's you can drive to five k displays or one eight k display notice also in the eye specs the regular iraq the new model can drive a 5 k display so you have to five k displaced the internal and external the the i mac pro can drive to external 5 k displays she have three luna were you hit on something indirectly though i wanted to comment on and that was after the apple event in october two thousand sixteen the hello again on mac event people's sort of and my perspective case push back to apple in an when apple showed this desk where they had two speakers on the side had a makbul pro in the middle driving to lg tournant displays and people were gone you know maybe for some maybe some people wanna carrier on amac book pro in connected to fix displacement when they settled down but the rest of us we need surreal horsepower and and so the idea that you should be driving all your big displays macbook pro it's kind of a yeah i'd appealing to a lot of engineering scientific corporate professional technical competing people so that's that's why i'm not too worried about limits uh in makbul pros ability to drive external displays i'm assuming it's going to be would have our is in the technology that apple will accommodate all this stuff i'm just thinking what will apple want to offer for a killer display for the new mac pro and offering house this in a k display and the ability of the graphics hardware to drive to a k yet ways yeah i i think now that we've seen apple kinda let loose on that would be very reasonable for the mac pro to be able to drive twin detail displays when one fear primary editing of your video in another one fear half's yup the apples now within back aimar.

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