40 Burst results for "Lazar"

Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

01:29 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on Bruins Beat

"Yeah. That's that's the thing right where I think you'd be a lot happier. Now that they didn't have a first-round pick like I'm not opposed. I'm not using that first round pick if the opportunity presented itself, like if Nashville reverse course if they were tanking and they'll they offered it for First Choice Prospect in an NHL asset. I think if you're Bruins you do that cuz all of a sudden now you got Riley is your third payer and you got at home then I think you're really elevating your game up quite a bit. So, it seems like just the marketing dictate that but given you know, what what the market was and what the Marines had to give up again. I don't know how you spin this any other way other than the Bruins got better without em up much of anything. Yeah. I mean, this is a honest-to-god. This is a pretty isn't a deadline like I don't know what is wrong with this again. And also with the with getting Lazar you don't have to expose wage. You know, maybe a guy you don't want to expose in the in the expansion draft so you can expose him. So boom. There you go. So yeah this deadline I think was a good one for the Bruins. I mean they were way better team than they were long as you said 12 hours ago. So I don't think that an extent I did not expect this is funny like, you know as early as yesterday was kind of like well, so I just being nothing deadline cuz I saw the Mike Riley deal and I thought well, I'll just get Mike Riley will probably go out and get another forward. You know, who's average like your Curtis Lazar and that'll be that especially if you're an 8-1 loss and then they kept Boston a week with Taylor Hall, which was honestly kind of funny seeing all Bruins Twitter waking up or or you know, not going to bed just see like what was about to happen if most developed people must been so weird for people who went to bed at like 10:30 at night. The game off angry went to bed said screw these Bruins. I I'm not I'm not sticking with them this year. I can't they're going to break my heart again, and then they go out and they they do that at the eleventh hour. But anyway, That is the trade deadline recap. That is our reaction. That is our thoughts Connor. Is there anything that you would like to plug Before I Let You Go. Yeah. We already have a few breakdowns looking at Mike Riley and Taylor home on what their value could be to this team. So that's over bsj. I'm sure we're going to have more breakdowns this week. Once we finally see guys like Paul and Riley in action. It's going to be fast and see kind of where off Bruins kind of you know restructure that line up. So all that stuff will be over a Boston sports fan on. Com subscribe over at the achay if you want to follow me on Twitter for my gifts and musings. See you follow me at Connor Ryan on Discord 93 go do all that poor curses are by the way. It's excluded from like everything of this like he's dealt with Taylor Hall, but I'm stealing was the main focus is gonna feel like he's going to he's he's going to be a favorite though. We if he's kind of when your your top highlight is you having eating burgers off the ice means you guys just not let your personality right so dead. Should be interesting to see what happens to them..

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Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

00:46 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on Bruins Beat

"Look at McDavid out in Edmonton, like they have to him draisaitl and they struggle to make the playoffs every so you have that then you go to New Jersey that any the year. He he went off. He he basically carried them to the playoffs and then he goes to Arizona which is a horrible situation and then he goes to Buffalo like do you expect that? He's going to go they're they're going to come these winning teams know so that's why I was listening to felger & Mazz just bash wage. Taylor Hall and how he's never one anywhere and it's like well, yeah, he's never went anywhere because he's never been anywhere with anybody good around him. So this is the first the first time he has real teammates and a real team with real culture and you know U Mass culture right there boom can't can't forget to check that out. If only you if only the Bruins had Carville is coach then then, you know stay need to be endless but no, I do think this is right situation and then the other two deals Mike Riley, you know, I see no problem with that deal and Curtis Lazar as a death be so long. That is what the Bruins did at this deadline now for the rest of the division. Do you think now here's the million-dollar question? Do you think these deals Elevate the Bruins month past the Penguins past the capitals past the Islanders if they played them in the play-offs, but when they play one of them in the playoffs, yeah, I mean, I think it's all going to come down to health this seem. You get rash back healthy and you don't have to worry about that injury, you know popping back up. If you get Kalo back and Grill Lake and not going then we're in a much better spot and I want to mention, you know, Andrae Crouch. It's just terms of we don't really know if he's going to be back if he's able to if he was able to come back like much I'd also just helps boost your options in terms of you know, your middle 6, but I'm not going to put pressure on a guy who's obviously seems like he's really dealing with concussion issues. So but if you get back healthy, I do see how this scene isn't right in the mix there..

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Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on Schopp and Bulldog

Schopp and Bulldog

00:49 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on Schopp and Bulldog

"Three o'clock, the sabers del Taylor Hall and Brain and Montoya are over the weekend Hall and Curtis Lazar to Boston for a second and Anders Byork Montoro to Florida for a third. The sabers did not trade goaltender Lena's All Mark, who was a pending unrestricted free agent, G. M. Kevin Adams says his priority Is to get all Mark re signed to an extension. You can hear Kevin Adams. Full zoom call meeting with the media at W g r 5 50 dot com and the Odyssey APP. Deals around the NHL today include the Detroit Red Wings, sending forward Anthony Manta to the Washington Capitals for forwards Jacob Rana Richard Panic, a first and a second round pick. Calgary Flames send forward Sam Bennett to the Florida Panthers for a second round pick and a prospect Bennett was the fourth overall pick in the 2014 draft is two picks after the saber selected Sam Reinhart. Also, Chicago sends forward Mattias Yon Mark and 1/5 Round pick to Vegas for 2nd and 3rd Round picks in Chicago Deal center Carl Soderberg.

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Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on Jim Rome

Jim Rome

00:42 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on Jim Rome

"Against the free throw line, seeing the ball go in. Picking my spots, choosing my spots and just continue to work. The reps you know, trusting my work. You know the shots that I've been working on all year, all suffering, and now they're really just started to fall. Six years and nets remain tied for the top spot in the East. The sixes are in Dallas, while the Nets take on the Timberwolves in Minnesota without Kyrie Irving, who's out due to personal reasons. James Harden remains out of the hamstring injury. Kevin Durant is on a minutes restriction. The NHL trade deadline is in another 90 minutes. The biggest name to move was Taylor Hall, with the saber sending the former M V P to the Bruins, along with Curtis Lazar. Randers, New York in a second round pick come, Rich Ackerman. Well, we have a D a show You can't miss trash Tuesday and Captain Wild Bill from deadliest Catch six Eastern CBS Sports.

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Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on One Bills Live

One Bills Live

01:11 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lazar" discussed on One Bills Live

"With nowhere to go, except for zoom on TSN, and how's it going, Marty? What's the latest? It's going good. It's kind of like a glitch in here, so I hope I'm not glitch in on the main screen, but but you're not quitting on the big show, though. Are you big wheel? No, I, uh the day is young. Let's just put it that way it xzibit of a snooze fest right now, and I'll be honest with you. I'm I'm just gonna plug in along here telling stories. We've got the three D bunch going on telling my my trade story when I got Hell to the Flyers and Lindy Ruff come into the office. So, basically all that's happening right now. Give my kid a shot out on T s and for wearing the Double zero. That's about it. You expect anything big toe happen right now. Like right now, you know, with the sabers, you have the storm on tour. Your Hanson, Taylor Hall, Curtis Lazar. Those guys have all been traded. Um, I would imagine that Maybe Kevin Adams is Pretty much done. I think so. I'm not expecting much around the league either reps to be honest with you What What's happening right now? Is that Uh, Dr Salary cap, the lack of money the cap next year. Uh, it's just really hard You need to. If you can't fit a player under the cap, you need to have a willing party to take in some money. The Senate was a shark's did it. Uh, the Detroit Red Wings did it, but at some point like you can't do it. Then you don't want to. Because then you're putting yourself in a bad position. So it happened, But to make trades now, with two hours left and try to move money around, I think they're running up against the clock. And I don't expect big things to happen. I think the sabers probably be done. They got their second round pick in the Taylor Hall trade. Unfortunately, they had to put Lazare in there. And I like Curtis Lazar, and I think that helped facilitating the trade. But you get Anders Bjorklund return so place you got a second round pick in the player. In return. I I'm okay with that. It's not fantastic, but I'm okay with it. Marty Biron joining us here for a quick hit Aziz very busy today, Um, on on the big show, you know, we mentioned Rive. You know, he put us on the back burner, but we're fine with that. Marty's in a suit today, Um Marty, Did you hear that? Chicago was in on New York. No, I did not hear. Now We have insiders. They actually came. You should listen to her show a little more often. Listen to you guys, and I thought Kipper was coming on and then kept her did not come on. And then I was called to do something else. So I was sure 11 30 Kipper was skipper said, And you know, like I'm in New York, set to play tomorrow night here in Buffalo, But he said Chicago was in on New York. So maybe look to see if New York continues to move on to Chicago. But it doesn't look to be that way. Unless this is funny games, Chicago went and got Adam. Good yet, right? So I think that maybe they were in another few players that are kind of like that, like lower and players, not as much money. God, that is like 800,000, I think and I like Adam, Go, Dad. I think he's a really good player. But Chicago just wanted to add a piece like this a young piece, not a rental and the deadline a bit more of a longer term ideal. So, um No, I don't think York is going anywhere. He's coming here to play in Buffalo and see what what the sabers can have in him moving forward. Are you happy on? The news at all. Mark could be sticking around John War War. Oh, tweeting earlier today that Lena saw Mark will not be moved in hopes that the sabers can come to a contract extension. And how are you feeling about that? And if so, what kind of term in number we're looking at? It makes a lot of sense to not have Lena. So, mark being on the move today. I had a 30 minute conversation with revs yesterday on the phone ribs and you know we were talking about I'm like, Listen, I've been in that position where I'm the goalie. And I'm looking. I'm worth as much as goalie. A goalie Beagley. See, and I should get it. But if you're on a team and you have a number one job on Dad team, why are you trying to get 500,000 more somewhere else? Do not know if you're gonna have success there, and I did that with the Flyers a little bit. Then the next year, I thought maybe a deal was going to get done and off, son. I'm not a number one goalie anymore. I'm playing with the New York calendars, and my career is a starter was over. And I think for Lena, so mark, he has to start asking himself that question. Like Where are the options around the league? I don't think there's many options. And our day better than what I have in Buffalo. And how much more should I be able to get out of Buffalo? I think Llinas is looking at that Rodamco five years at $5 million as a benchmark because he has twice as many NHL games played as Denko and the numbers this year pretty similar, but The Vancouver Canucks were in a position where they said we have to sign Denko. Let's make him out. Happy about that. Well, Lena So mark, are we Are we not in the same situation here in Buffalo? Because our options Well, our options are limited. But at the same time, Lena so mark is that injuries is not been a number one goalie and I think that catcher damn code for me is a Not by much, but he's a better goal lead and leader. So mark and maybe that's unfair to Lena's. Because the Vancouver Canucks, you know Dunkel played in the bubble last year, he had playoff experience. So maybe that's why I'm thinking that way. I think Leanness is a really good goaltender. But at the same time it works here. Find a way to make it. Work is 27 years old Captured M Coast 20. I've there's a difference right there as well. So I think Lena Soul Mark in my opinion comes in underneath Thatcher Demko. Maybe it's 4.5. Maybe it's four and three quarters. Maybe it's 4.8 on average a year. Maybe it's close to five. But if Lena Soul Mark is thinking he wants to get 5.5 a year as the number one goalie because Matt Murray got six and a quarter and Jordan Bennington got six. I'm saying pump the brakes here. I talked to the group last night, said four years 4.5. If you have to give him five years if you have to give another what's another half million, but Said four years 4.5 million. Why is that? A terrible deal for the guy? I mean? He? It's not. It's really not. But I think he would. I think he would want five years and then you give him an extra year. Five years 4.5 for 4.75. I think you're right there and you have your number one goalie on guy. Think, Lena. So Marcus is really good. So that would be one thing done for the sabers. Well, here's the thing. I mean, and this is where this is where it's obviously fun to debate this. You have Lena Sol mark that has the sabers in a real pickle. They will not be bringing back Carter Hutton next year. You know that for sure. Yeah, You're you might have your number one who's played exceptionally well. When he's been in the lineup, and there's a It's a very different team. When Lena Song all Mark is in the net..

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Should I install optional updates on Windows?

Leo Laporte

02:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Should I install optional updates on Windows?

"So, um, you were talking last week about Windows updates, and he described it to update the feature updates and the, uh, critical updates. Yeah, yeah, critical of this. Um, just just just this morning, I noticed that there's a third category that they have on here. It's gonna call it optional quality update and I'm wondering if I should download that or not. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Microsoft. Yeah, there's there's feature updates or the twice a year so we're waiting for 21 H one will be the next one. And by the way, because these feature updates have been such a nightmare since 20 Oh four spring of last year. They've actually the last two of this. The one that's coming in the one from last fall have been not so much feature updates as fixes for the previous feature update. So if you've had problems with 20 or four, so many people have 21 H one will probably be a good one to get that should be out any day. Now, then they're also doing cumulative. Updates. Those air, often part of the patch Tuesday. And critical updates. I do those I rode at recommend you do those those come out every month on the second Tuesday of the month and, yeah, we get these optional updates. What they are generally is for hardware drivers. Other things that you don't necessarily have to apply there. No, there's no imminent security threat to not applying them. But I generally when I my plan with optional updates is to wait. Give it a week or two to wait and see if anybody says something like my printer won't work any more things like that. That was the big one. By the way of two weeks ago, somebody called me and said My kiss Sarah. Every time I print to it, I get a blue screen of death and windows. Yes, So did we. It turns out we have a Kia Sarah Lazar. Kiss Hera Rico and a couple other models, Microsoft said. Oh, whoops and fixed it a week later. But that said, that's the kind of thing since it is optional. It's not a security. It's not a security fix it Z usually a hardware driver update. That kind of thing. I would wait. I would give it a couple of weeks. Keep your ear to the ground. People screaming. Oh, my God is that it is terrible. If you don't hear any, you know, complaints that it's probably a good idea to do it. I usually do those because I figure you know you want the latest drivers in general for For your stuff. I wish Microsoft didn't have all these different Categories for updates it zvehr e Confusing. To be honest,

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

04:57 min | Last month

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"The hand scanner for instance. He tried to describe that was used to get into as for was revealed years later. The same scanner us to get into the self program was are explained that the alien craft uses a reactor in an alien element known as element one fifteen to affect gravity waves up until recently gravity was thought to be produced by theoretical particles known as gravitons british scientists have sensed detected gravity waves seemingly proving lazar was correct again. Once again the recent news that the pentagon's ufo unit will no longer hide in the shadows and we'll make some findings public was accompanied with a classified briefing that assists and pentagon contractor. Eric w davis gave to government officials in the briefing. He discusses the retrievable of an off road vehicle. Not made on this earth. And i'm very intrigued by the ufo unit. I can't wait. I'm going to be like a little kid on christmas morning. Every time that they release something. Because i find this stuff very very very exciting if you even look at some of the pentagon releases the videos that the navy pilots had bob lazar always stated that these ships don't fly like they do in sci fi movies straight across. They actually turn their belly to their destination and fly that way down in like in star wars one of the videos. Nci boba fett ship and star wars exactly clicked way of winning it so he. The video that was released actually shows that ship turning its belly before going off the screen. So i found it. I was like oh my goodness this is just another thing. That proves him right. And then the element one fifteen thing. I mean we could probably do a you know. That's why bob lazar was raided by the fbi and the documentary. They think that he stole a piece of this element. One fifteen this fuel and it's actually on the periodic table. Now i think two thousand and was either two thousand and five or two thousand fifteen. It was put onto the periodic table. And i think it's like makoni neom or something mosconi or something like that but it's actually a non stable.

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

03:51 min | Last month

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"The podcast is over. Please and if you're listening to this in the car definitely don't watch it because that's a horrible idea. Stop looking up right now. Right google this at a stop light because someone's going to honky you. You should probably keep going. So i think the cool thing about bob lazar specifically as that. Maybe this is exactly what this research facility needed at the time. He's he's a guy that put a jet engine on his honda. They need somebody that thinks out of the box and he says multiple times that the way that they operate at this facility. Nobody's allowed to talk to anybody. You're only allowed to talk to your partner and that for science is absolutely. I mean. it's a tragedy for science because you science is about free ideas and speaking and talking and bouncing ideas off of each other. If you can't do that that's why this. This team has been stagnant for so long. So they need a bob lazar. They need somebody. That's gonna put a janitor and on their honda because he can probably did. He probably put jenin in on all the employees cars. Right part of the deal. Yes hey you want top secret clearance. Put a jet engine it on my card. Yup i actually came across the name of the clearance that that he claims he had was majestic and it was like thirty. Six levels over q clearance. Which is the civilian top secret clearance. After unveiling his identity and telling a story to the public there were many attempts to discredit and dehumanize him as would be the norm george knapp the investigative reporter who initially broke. Lazar story began having a difficult time. Proving any of lazar history caltech and mit had no record of a bob lazar attending or graduating los alamos national laboratory had no record of him ever being employed at the facility. Furthermore an attempt to get lazar birth certificate proved impossible as they had no record of him being born nor did the hospital. He was born at while. Some say this completely discredits this story. Others say is a clear attempt to erase his past. And if you think about it. Isn't that exactly what this government would do in that situation. It would absolutely absolutely sat. And i think that. What really kind of leads to that thinking is that they are race his birth certificate. I think they should have not erased disperse certificate because that makes it a little obvious right. His mom saying no he exists his wife saying no he exists so they just went one step too far if they just erased his schooling then that would probably discredited a store and completely right i would agree with anybody can say exactly i mean think about it like anybody can say they go to a school and then you find out that they don't go to that school but not everybody can say hey i exist and then be proven to not exist. That doesn't really work. That doesn't really make any sense. It's almost like saying. Hey this computer in front of me exists or it doesn't right obviously exists. I'm using it doesn't really that doesn't really hold water as an argument right so so in an attempt to find any piece of lazar history george knapp gets his hands on a couple of things that are very important. I think to proving his schooling and proving his past. He gets the news article that we talked about earlier about the jet powered honda that he had built in the article. It says that he's a physicist at los alamos national laboratory. They also get.

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

04:36 min | Last month

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"In may of nineteen eighty-nine and interview with investigative reporter. George knapp appeared on las vegas news channel k. l. a. s. a shadowy figure under the alias of dennis explained exactly what was a secret facility south of groom lake in the nevada desert nine flying saucers of extraterrestrial origin are being stored analysed and testify. The subject explains that he was tasked with reverse engineering the propulsion systems of the crash and did not know how the government had gotten hold of these crafts. The shadowy figure was eventually revealed to be bob lazar in a subsequent interview where he revealed his identity. Bob lazar who Has a bachelor's degree in physics and electronic technology from pacifica university and he continued his masters at mit. He's a very very very interesting figure. Did you know before we started this researching into this. Did you know about him. I did I watched the netflix documentary. Just a super interesting individual. And i ended up going back in like watching his interview with koa s and And seem like how all that played out in the incredible reach that it had after the fact you know it was translated into multiple languages. Played over the entire world and people were gripped by by this man's story in what he had to say because he he seems so credible. It's seems like everything he's saying really has weight in is truthful the fact that he started this with not really seeking the the attention or seeking the accolade but actually just seeking to get the information out there even hiding his identity that some might say that that would be the the behavior of someone trying to hide something but i see it as behavior of someone who is trying to protect themselves. Because they're saying something that that may actually be factual dude. I bet he is phone calls every single day. People trying to get a hold of this guy people trying to email him and all kinds of stuff and back when this verse back when this first came out. I mean think about that. The technology and the communication that they had then you know people people today are used to getting like notifications every single day but think about how he felt getting all these phone calls. When i mean he's just a regular guy he. He was picked up because he has like a coup wanda and now he's this huge figure. Even thirty years ago. I mean it's just insane. Yeah i mean. He said he used to have people camping on his lawn. And stuff. and you you to remember that within the ufo community. There are a lot of people that are. I don't know how to say it a lot of people. That are a little strange. So for those people to becoming too bob lazar and it's got to be slightly terrifying and you'll see as we kind of dive into his story that i find him very credible. I find everything that he says. Very very credible in a lot of the stuff that he has said in the past Eventually comes through. So basically he gets his degrees from mit and At university he starts working at a los alamos research lab. And i believe los alamos and working On physics and nuclear weapon research which is what what the lab does obviously and then during his employment there. Alex kind of set it. He builds a jet powered honda. It's kind of extravagant thing that he drives to work everyday. It's literally a jet on a honda. Civic nazi looks like something out of the future and he built this thing. I mean he built us thing in eighty nine. I think it might have eighty nine was one he actually worked as for so yeah it was. It was probably around eighty four. I think So that gets the attention of the los alamos local newspaper who put him on the front cover with his jet cars. Jet honda that he built and that that's a little bit important to the story later on so kind of put a pin in that. So he's working at los alamos and he says that he leaves los alamos and goes off to start other businesses. That that turn out to fail now he never really goes into detail or at least i couldn't find what those other businesses were but he a couple years later wants to get back into the science community

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Bob Lazar, UFOs And Aliens!

That’s Strange

04:36 min | Last month

Bob Lazar, UFOs And Aliens!

"In may of nineteen eighty-nine and interview with investigative reporter. George knapp appeared on las vegas news channel k. l. a. s. a shadowy figure under the alias of dennis explained exactly what was a secret facility south of groom lake in the nevada desert nine flying saucers of extraterrestrial origin are being stored analysed and testify. The subject explains that he was tasked with reverse engineering the propulsion systems of the crash and did not know how the government had gotten hold of these crafts. The shadowy figure was eventually revealed to be bob lazar in a subsequent interview where he revealed his identity. Bob lazar who Has a bachelor's degree in physics and electronic technology from pacifica university and he continued his masters at mit. He's a very very very interesting figure. Did you know before we started this researching into this. Did you know about him. I did I watched the netflix documentary. Just a super interesting individual. And i ended up going back in like watching his interview with koa s and And seem like how all that played out in the incredible reach that it had after the fact you know it was translated into multiple languages. Played over the entire world and people were gripped by by this man's story in what he had to say because he he seems so credible. It's seems like everything he's saying really has weight in is truthful the fact that he started this with not really seeking the the attention or seeking the accolade but actually just seeking to get the information out there even hiding his identity that some might say that that would be the the behavior of someone trying to hide something but i see it as behavior of someone who is trying to protect themselves. Because they're saying something that that may actually be factual dude. I bet he is phone calls every single day. People trying to get a hold of this guy people trying to email him and all kinds of stuff and back when this verse back when this first came out. I mean think about that. The technology and the communication that they had then you know people people today are used to getting like notifications every single day but think about how he felt getting all these phone calls. When i mean he's just a regular guy he. He was picked up because he has like a coup wanda and now he's this huge figure. Even thirty years ago. I mean it's just insane. Yeah i mean. He said he used to have people camping on his lawn. And stuff. and you you to remember that within the ufo community. There are a lot of people that are. I don't know how to say it a lot of people. That are a little strange. So for those people to becoming too bob lazar and it's got to be slightly terrifying and you'll see as we kind of dive into his story that i find him very credible. I find everything that he says. Very very credible in a lot of the stuff that he has said in the past Eventually comes through. So basically he gets his degrees from mit and At university he starts working at a los alamos research lab. And i believe los alamos and working On physics and nuclear weapon research which is what what the lab does obviously and then during his employment there. Alex kind of set it. He builds a jet powered honda. It's kind of extravagant thing that he drives to work everyday. It's literally a jet on a honda. Civic nazi looks like something out of the future and he built this thing. I mean he built us thing in eighty nine. I think it might have eighty nine was one he actually worked as for so yeah it was. It was probably around eighty four. I think So that gets the attention of the los alamos local newspaper who put him on the front cover with his jet cars. Jet honda that he built and that that's a little bit important to the story later on so kind of put a pin in that. So he's working at los alamos and he says that he leaves los alamos and goes off to start other businesses. That that turn out to fail now he never really goes into detail or at least i couldn't find what those other businesses were but he a couple years later wants to get back into the science community

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

04:36 min | Last month

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Strange where we dive deep into the internet. Uncovering anything we think is weird strange controversial or makes you think i'm on your host. Alex chad and ryan died with us down a rabbit hole of secret. Government projects hidden research facilities alien technology. And the man. Shed light on all of it. Bob lazar is blowing the whistle on mysteries inside of a top secret research facility in alien technology house. There come with us as we unpack his story but be warned. You may not be the same after listening in may of nineteen eighty-nine and interview with investigative reporter. George knapp appeared on las vegas news channel k. l. a. s. a shadowy figure under the alias of dennis explained exactly what was a secret facility south of groom lake in the nevada desert nine flying saucers of extraterrestrial origin are being stored analysed and testify. The subject explains that he was tasked with reverse engineering the propulsion systems of the crash and did not know how the government had gotten hold of these crafts. The shadowy figure was eventually revealed to be bob lazar in a subsequent interview where he revealed his identity. Bob lazar who Has a bachelor's degree in physics and electronic technology from pacifica university and he continued his masters at mit. He's a very very very interesting figure. Did you know before we started this researching into this. Did you know about him. I did I watched the netflix documentary. Just a super interesting individual. And i ended up going back in like watching his interview with koa s and And seem like how all that played out in the incredible reach that it had after the fact you know it was translated into multiple languages. Played over the entire world and people were gripped by by this man's story in what he had to say because he he seems so credible. It's seems like everything he's saying really has weight in is truthful the fact that he started this with not really seeking the the attention or seeking the accolade but actually just seeking to get the information out there even hiding his identity that some might say that that would be the the behavior of someone trying to hide something but i see it as behavior of someone who is trying to protect themselves. Because they're saying something that that may actually be factual dude..

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South Africa Covid Variant Emerges in New York

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:39 sec | Last month

South Africa Covid Variant Emerges in New York

"Covert 19 variant, first identified in South Africa has been detected in a New York resident for the first time. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that yesterday, he says it involves a Nassau County resident. Meanwhile, New York City reminding people to mask up and the new recommendation from New York City officials where two masks Madame Lazar says a simple act of wearing a mask has been a revelation has become as typical for people in New York City is getting a coffee and bagel in the morning, the mayor says, part of why New York City came back so strong in the summer and fall compared to the rest of the country was wearing masks and we've got to stick with it Unquote. In addition, the

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Could a Stafford Pick Help Bring the Patriots a Super Bowl Victory?

Patriots Beat

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Could a Stafford Pick Help Bring the Patriots a Super Bowl Victory?

"You mentioned Stafford a little bit know. I know you said on Twitter that you are no on Stafford because of the compensation that they would have to trade to Detroit. I think he's going to for a phone Pig So I think you know, how do you feel about it from just a cat perspective that perspective if you think he's the guy right kept expecting he's he led to get he's got low Captain the next two years you could do the whole those drafted quarterback this year next year and you can bring and he could be dead quarterback even with a highlight with a high relatively High cap number for the Patriots for the quarterback position. Is he worth that kind of at his deal is he I think he is. I I just don't think that the Patriots are going to be the one who comes out the highest offer, right? That's I think the biggest problem too is because they because they played their way into the number 15 overall pick. It's a good first round pick but it's not a high-end first-round pick any more and they're probably going to end up having to package multiple pics in the deal. Matthew Stafford, which is alive, but I think the only reason why I brought it up is because with Belichick he doesn't want to lose anymore. He's sixty-eight years old. If you can get a guy like Stafford office create another Superbowl window pretentious, right? Yeah. It's probably a three-year window with Stafford as your quarterback where you can add pieces around to bring, you know, have them bring Kenny golladay. I'm from Detroit or whatever you want to do and you can you know work with with fire now, right? We're not that you call you Bruce sets and the Jimmy G's of the world. We're talking about a real top ten quarterback in the NFL and at this point in time at a bargain price at a bargain price and a great price. So I'm all for the Stafford

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Is Jimmy Garoppolo Proving To Be a Disappointing Player?

Patriots Beat

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Is Jimmy Garoppolo Proving To Be a Disappointing Player?

"The next quarterback. I wanted to ask you about is one that I it pains me to ask you about them because there's so many reasons why Jimmy Garoppolo has not turned off to be aware that any of us want. He was going to be or wanted him to be if you're a fan of his yeah same time. You know, how much Bill loves him the night or said? Well, we know almost he'd loved loved loved. That's we know what we don't know. He loves him loves his past tense. We don't know she loves them now. That's fair. That's the thing people keep on saying that bill loves Gigi that's based on his actions from several years ago. We don't know he loves Jimmy Dean now. I am of the opinion that I don't know how built who's who keeps on saying availability is an ability can love Jimmy G. It's a great point and I think that the the other point that I wanted to ask you about obviously capitalised was home. At twenty-five million this until we won in twenty-five million in 2022. And I think that it gets confusing for people when you're acquiring the contract via trade how exactly that carries over on Thursday. Next teams

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How Do the Patriots Calculate Their Salary Cap Number?

Patriots Beat

02:00 min | 3 months ago

How Do the Patriots Calculate Their Salary Cap Number?

"Do it like a first-year number is usually around 30% of the total deal and I want to go from Have my 13 219-222-2224 around those around that. All right, so that's what they do. So so let's say they sign off if you sign the player, let's say to a hundred million dollars. Huh? Allen Robinson. Allen Robinson is probably going to get twenty over. Let's say a hundred million dollars, you might get more than that, but five year at $1,000 if you sign with the Patriots, let's say let's do that 13% of that. Let's just like 13% of that. We thirteen million dollars would be his 2021 cap number. It wouldn't be twenty million dollars. So so that's how the pictures could sign several. Elite players to the deal if they continue with the structure. It's really up to how much cash the Patriots are willing to to allocate this year two thousand this year and I'll say this 2021 is the first year of the three of a the cash spending requirement. Right? Right. They know and I you know, I'm pretty sure they had they had to have met the 89% been requiring for last for the previous four years. Without the most expensive typically the most expensive player on their roster to QB right now is we difficult for the patience to get to that meet that need a spending requirement for the next three years without if they have a rookie deal with a rookie on a quarterback for a frown rookie such thing. So you want to so if they have let's say they exact trade up and get a rookie quarterback, right? He's still be on a rookie deal. Now that you guys still spend cash to read that cash that minimum. That's where you spend the money on on the other place.

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Is this what the Pats need to do to improve their defensive line?

Patriots Beat

03:05 min | 3 months ago

Is this what the Pats need to do to improve their defensive line?

"In. I really like adam butler like dietrich wise a little bit but at both these guys i think point to the fact that the patriots defensive line is not where it needs to be right now and they have a lot of work to do a front and i would add to this next guy john. Simon sort of into that equation as well as an edge defender as a place where they could really use an upgrade. I would similar to atom. Butler is john simon and the fact that in his in his role right. Now i don't know if he's fully capable of handling it last year when they had a lot more depth at the edge in the linebacker of hybrid position with calvin nolan Land roberts jamie collins. A johnson played less than fifty percent of the snaps this year. He's now playing about seventy sound snaps on defense in production. Hasn't gone up at all nowadays. Play a slip This is starting essentially starting edge player with four quarterback heads into saxon the year so the passwords progression. Just isn't there at all and you still on the film. He's not really getting off blocks at all. He's now pressuring the quarterback from the edge and on he's coverage player. He's he's he's a veteran. he's smart. But i think ultimately if your signing him to be a seventy percent seventy percent of the defensive snaps guy is he. He can be liability times as you reduce his role some to to the way they wanna use in butler ideally then he can be more effective so it really depends argue with finding upgrade in the draft. Is you taken a plane. More snaps on the edges chase. Winovich can not mysteriously disappear at times and be more full-time player on the edge. Then john fits better. But if you're not going to do that i don't really think he's worth bringing back. If he's going to be a fulltime star that position they want you to rush. Cover drop the coverage off the edge and at the edge of the defense. And that's what you're gonna do as seventy percent player at opposition. It's really tough. I mean that's not an easy thing to do. And i i think the john simon does one of those things as starter level or baby obama replacement level. I should say and that set the edge. The other two things rushing the passer dropping into coverage. Not so much for the problem that they've route into is that chase winovich. Joshu are not ready to be every dow players yet so you're sort of caught with a bunch of one dimensional guys. J. winovich ideal passing downs players. But john simon's better more before stouter at setting the edge. It's like if you combine those guys to one player than the aggregrate football player. That's not how it works. I think the agents run into problems this year with sort of constantly needing to mix and match right in in rotate guys in and out of. What's the situation. What's the down and distance and that can work and they've done that effectively in the past but more a lot more. This season is aided in years in the past teams have identified those types of players and said okay. We know we have signed out here. We know we have winovich john here and they've been able to take a little bit more advantage of those types of

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What the Patriots can learn from the BIlls' QB strategy

Patriots Beat

01:29 min | 3 months ago

What the Patriots can learn from the BIlls' QB strategy

"Talk About That quarterback position because I think you know alot of patriot sales again, and I keep saying this but they don't like it when we point out at the bills rebuilding strategy is working in that the Patriots could learn something from Buffalo. So what are we going to learn from Buffalo? You know, they haven't won anything in twenty years, right? It's like no no, no. No, this is a great case study by Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott M how to put a Young quarterback in the perfect situation to succeed. Especially Young quarterback and Josh Allen who let's face. It was a high ceiling, you know, low floor type of prospect at very high bus potential if it didn't go to the right direction in Buffalo. So I looked at back at that 2018 draft. They actually traded up twice for Josh Allen's pick at seventh overall from Twenty-One wage. Because they made that playoffs or Tyrod Taylor, right? Was that the year? Yeah, so they made the playoffs with Tyrod Taylor Sweet in as a wild-card team. Then they were picking 21st. They traded up from 21 to 12 and then 12 to sneak in to get their guide Josh Allen, but I actually think more so and we can talk a little bit about Allen's development to more so than Allen's individual development. Would McDermott and being did to you know, make sure the offensive line to add Cole Beasley and Stephon Diggs and put Josh Allen in this perfect kind of offense for his skill-set with Brian table. That's really I think as much about what we've seen from Josh Allen's growth is anything in that sort of speaks to the team building process of the whole thing.

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Patriots at Dolphins: Times are changing and this stat proves it

Patriots Beat

01:32 min | 4 months ago

Patriots at Dolphins: Times are changing and this stat proves it

"I thought it was crazy that the past thirteen dolphin matchups dolphin Pat's match up before this one the Patriots were the favorites. That streak is ending this week that the Dolphins are two point favorites. In fact, it's 33 the past 34 think about how crazy that is. And the only time that that wasn't a dolphin's wage favorites before before this week with in 2013. If you remember the Dolphins went 2420 with safety Michael Thomas five days after being signed off the 49ers practice squad intercept Tom Brady in the end zone to seal the win. So that's one of the things I wrote about 2 in the channels are facing a Bill Belichick defense or again. Everything and anything about the Dolphins this week and about this matchup will be on on the website all dolphins on the SI Network. I absolutely believe that and that's why I had Al-Anon because I knew he would deliver the goods and I really appreciate it now and then in terms of the Patriots not being favored in this game. It's a disappointing as a fan but it's obviously, you know justifiable as somebody in an objective Observer and did this game and it's interesting times here in New England to say the least. This is I think even maybe even worth and then some people expected it's even better than other people expected with you know, the year after Tom Brady, so it's kind of following exactly where I think it should fall, you know, when you lose a quarterback of that caliber and you kind of get the reset button on your

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Patriots at Dolphins: Alain Poupart breaks down Miami's running game

Patriots Beat

04:33 min | 4 months ago

Patriots at Dolphins: Alain Poupart breaks down Miami's running game

"The Houston was really the only team I would say that actually through on the Patriots effectively this year and DeShaun Watson besides Russell Wilson all the way back in week two thousand. I am curious, you know, the Dolphins do they have a running game. Do you think that they can do that with because I don't see it, but I don't want to I don't want to be biased over here. Either way. I mean, there are 30 second in the league in rushing yards per attempt. They were missing their top three rushing leaders last Sunday against the Chiefs. What's a be perfectly blunt? None of them are impact players Matt breida came off the covid-19. Wednesday obviously he'll be back. When he hasn't made much of an impact after coming over from the 49ers in the in the trade Myles Gaskin is on the Cove in list and he's a nice story as a second-year seventh-round pick who laughs basically got a cup of coffee in terms of playing time this year and he basically became their feature back and he's got some ability. But in a in an Ideal World Cup gasket is your backup is now your future back in this is what the Dolphins are dealing with our offensive line. Also a good story much better than was last year. They're starting three rookies with Austin Jackson am handsome in kinloch. but when you start three rookies pretty much ninety-nine percent of the time you're going to go through some growing pains and their offensive line while again exponentially better than what last year is still not great. Let's say it's worked in like but they're not a whole lot of big old being open in the running game and you don't have running backs off will make a lot of things happen on their own. So there's a reason again there there are thirty-second in the NFL in rushing yards per attempt and complicating matters. This week is they have injury issue is that wide receiver position where they also have a lot of players but not a whole lot of impact players. So you mentioned might get sick you earlier I believe and now he's got a shoulder injury where we can't get any Clarity from Ryan Flores as to his status for this week. It's all we'll see is working on all that. But if you saw the injury really really hard to Envision him playing cards Devante Port Parker pulled a hamstring or had a hamstring injury against the Chiefs you came out in the first app did not return. He practiced on a limited basis Wednesday, so hopefully play it but then if he plays this carrying a hamstring injury. And then so who else do you have left after that now you're looking at your team Grant who is more of a return specialist and and then their shuttle pass receiver gadget Play type of player on offense. He's also got a hamstring injury that knocked him out of Chiefs game. And then the rest of the wide receiver Corps is rookie limbo Junior who played multiple positions at Kentucky. You have a Mack Hollins who want to sign as a special-teams standout, which he is. He's very going to special teams but more so than the receiver and then you have one of the guys being talked up being able to make a major contribution as Isaiah Ford who you may remember from his three weeks with the Patriots after the acquired immune to trade in his office. I knew he was he didn't play it down for the Patriots. I knew how long is not going to last year when he got up here and he said it is freezing. I need a winter coat, you know, what am I going to do? And I just said look, I'm sure he's a fine football player. I'm sure he could make an impact on the team that needs wide receiver help but this guy does not seem like he wants to be in New England right now. Well, no, but he plays at Virginia Tech. So I'm so he's not like dead. He's from Jacksonville plant in Virginia tag, so it's not like he's not he's never been the call before and the thing about Isaiah Ford and then it was often friends are thinking. Well, Isaiah Ford is going to come and rescue the the passing game and that like life. He's a really really really nice good. And he might be in the league for ten years because he's got a great attitude. He works hard doesn't see anything. He's not an impact player. And right now this is what they have their wide receiver Corps. If she doesn't play they have nobody who's going to really scare the Patriots defense and if you you throughout the city also doesn't play. I mean who makes things happen on this office on Sunday? So that that's a big

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Should the Patriots replace Cam Newton with Jarrett Stidham?

Patriots Beat

04:29 min | 4 months ago

Should the Patriots replace Cam Newton with Jarrett Stidham?

"Think this is where we need to start because it's where everybody is starting when we talk about the Patriots and where we're at with Cam Newton right now in terms of the Patriots quarterback of the here-and-now home and also maybe even looking Beyond here and now to the 2021 season even and here in New England you turn on Boston sports radio, and I'm not trying to pick on those guys, but there are definitely talking a lot about Jarrett Stidham and the possibility of benching Cam Newton for Jarrett Stidham. I think they're crazy. But that that's a topic for another day. Mostly I want to focus on what are your opinions right knee about how cam is playing and how he can obviously improve from objectively. What was a very bad game on Sunday against the Cardinals whether you're a chemist and or a cam hater. Yeah, and it wasn't dead. A game against Arizona and Arizona. First of all, I think you have to remember that Arizona's defense is a lot different than Houston's defense. It's a lot different than Seattle's defense back in week to that Houston game. That's you know game those were two games with Jim actually got the passing game going and you felt hey maybe they could put together a passing game that could actually be effective Arizona see on their athletic. They fly all over the place Isaiah Simmons budda Baker. Like they have guys that can play they have some different things and they certainly they were putting an egg nine guys in the box of times. I'm sure having you saw that as well. I know you have from some of the work you've done they were basically dare in New England like go ahead. S game by throwing the football and it looked like they couldn't, you know, they got a couple breaks at the end with a missed field-goal and Isaiah Simmons penalty then put them in position to win, but they didn't win that game because of the passing game, but you know, that often said, I think we all have to sort of take a step back and realize a couple of things one. You mentioned I studied quarterbacks. Each week at USA Today. I have to do what we call a QB camp where I put up five of my quarterback videos of the most notable quarterback performances. There are some weeks friends. It's hard to find five good quarterback package, which is league-wide It's just tough. This is one of those weeks like you might get Baker Mayfield than that because there's just not great quarterback players Patriots fans were spoiled from two decades of Tom Brady where we took the best at the quarterback position weekend and week out but then when you take a step back and you don't have that and you see guys like, you know, Derek Carr and his high variance play or Baker Mayfield in his high variance player. Look at Carson waves, I mean talk about somebody that's regressed. He's regressed all the way back to his senior year at North Dakota State quarterback plays tough. And right now we have a quarterback. That's high variance. Well, that's one thing. I think we need to remember the other is this he came in late in a strange year in the midst of a pandemic with no training camp more minimal training camp. No minicamps. No OTAs, no prestige. James be tough complicated offense to run that has so many different moving parts. You've read The Playbook, you know, Evan every road has like six different variations. I'm trying to do is hard. There are some play books that are easy. It's like oh, yes, this makes sense Bruce Arians Playbook. It's kind of easy. Nothing really changes Josh McDaniels doing the Patriots Playbook. It's like quantum physics for me. Like I I can't figure it out. And so to try to do that in the midst of all this is difficult. So with that context, I think you know, if you want to get into the home Jared versus cam debate. I don't really think there is one because as you pointed out this week on Twitter Bill Belichick has seen Jarrett Stidham now for almost two years. He's seen him every day in practice if Jake was going to be the answer to what fixed to what else is Patriots passing game. Yes, he would play him but he's not so that tells you what you need to know about Jackson them. I was on Jarrett Stidham home. Right before they signed Camp. I remember I wrote the peace and said look Jack said it was a planet quarterback everybody and I'm so glad I snuck in at the ad. Well, look if they could get can do it for cheap short not be great. But Jarod said it was a planet like two weeks later. I signed Cam Newton Cam right now gives them the best chance to win games. Is it through the passing game most weeks? Probably not, you know this week might be a get right opportunity. But if I you know, if for the 2021 season, I still think canvas done enough to earn the chance to win this job with a full complement of training camp preseason, all that stuff of the engine needs to get better at Short of the mechanics break. Absolutely not do they matter. Sometimes they actually do but right now he's the best shot they've got week in and week out to win games.

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Heat wave hits California and the west coast

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Heat wave hits California and the west coast

"Another heat wave is hitting California and other Western states this long holiday weekend KCBS TV's Christine Lazar reports from Los Angeles. It's small Children, the elderly and those with pre existing medical conditions that doctors are most concerned about Parrish's rail the very elderly, particularly people who are taking where kills. I read heat exhaustion and heat stroke can affect anyone, but it's those high risk populations that are more likely to die from heat. Exposure.

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Give people that kind of information along with all the other stuff that was released the interviews and all that kind of stuff like you. You can't just. That can't just be public and then and then give people nothing. So so it is very exciting. It's obviously that we're all looking forward to seeing and I'm sure that we will definitely post an update on the blog. When that is released. Oh. Yeah. Absolutely. I will be all over the blog posts for every single. UEFA released from this unit and I, and I'm kind of hoping I kind of think. I already know it's going to I think it's going to probably disprove lobster or I'm sorry proved story. More and more is more and more gets released because he's already got. It seems like everything that he said so far nothing has really been disproved. You know what I mean. It's always it's always the stuff that he says like this wild hand scanner, it's a hand scanner. He tried to explain to people in the eighties that that pretty much looked at him like he was crazy it's like a it's got pins in it on your hand and says. Own Bone densities, it's a bone. People tried to really like be like dude you're absolutely crazy because nothing like this exists and now there's releases that say we actually use that in the stealth program and there's pictures of it and it's exactly what Bob Describes so. and. Then the gravity thing I mean it it's been thought for for a significant amount of time that gravity was caused by these theoretical particles known as Gravitons, and now now they actually know that it's a wave, which is another thing that Bob Lazar said the ship's affect gravity waves. So it's just you know and it's all like really. There's no way he guest any of this stuff all. Rightly. So what what have you read in his in his lineage in the information that he has provided that you think might be suspect they're just just specifically attack that.

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"KNAPP, the investigative reporter who initially broke Lazar story began having a difficult time proving any of Lazar history. Caltech and MIT had no record of a Bob Lazar attending or graduating Los Alamos National Laboratory had no record of him ever being employed at the facility furthermore, an attempt to get Lazar birth certificate proved impossible as they had no record of him being born nor did the hospital he was born at while some say. This completely discredits this story others say is a clear attempt to erase his past and if you think about it. Isn't that exactly what this government would do in that situation, it would absolutely absolutely sat and I think that. What really kind of leads to that thinking is that they are race his birth certificate I think they should have not erased disperse certificate because that makes it a little obvious right his mom saying, no, he exists. His wife is saying, no, he exists. So they just went one step too far if they just erased his schooling. Then that would probably discredited a store and completely. Right. I would agree with anybody can say, exactly I mean think about it like anybody can say they go to a school and then you find out that they don't go to that school but not everybody can say, Hey, I exist and then be proven to not exist that doesn't really work. That doesn't really make any sense. It's almost like saying, Hey, this computer in front of me exists or it doesn't. Right obviously exists. I'm using. It doesn't really that doesn't really hold water as an argument you know. Right. So so in an attempt to find any piece of Lazar History, George, KNAPP gets his hands on a couple of things that are very important I think to proving his schooling and proving his past he gets the news article. That we talked about earlier about the jet powered Honda that he had built in the article. It says that he's a physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. They also get a phone book, the phone directory from the lab that shows his name and phone number amongst the other scientists and physicists at the facility. They also go george goes in questions some of La's older friends. And they say. They used to derive Bob all the time to Caltech back in the day. So if he wasn't going to school there, he sure was putting on a good show back in the day of it because they drove there are a lot now would this guy? If you think about this somebody could say. He just proud probably putting that show on. So he could tell the story later is he really putting on a show ten years before he comes out and tells the story right that doesn't sound plausible to I. Don't know what you think about it. But so the thing is, is that you know to kind of bounce off what you just said Chad is is Bob didn't have the yeah. Sure. Bob Walked up to Edward Teller usery magazine or the newspaper and and they had that conversation but..

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Imagine what section of the of s four you're actually working at. Once they got into. Area Fifty, one, the flight tasting there and. Typically. When you got there, the hangar doors were usually closed. Going into the entrance to the facility and Bob Actually tells of a time when they were not closed. So he's looking and he finally got a glimpse into the hangars. He sees one of nine flying saucers inside the day I mean. You're walking around in this bay and you're like, dude, this is typically. Than shut off completely private, and then you're like, okay, fine. It's it's open whatever you're still walking through and then you see a flying saucer. So. So it's it. Yeah Right. It's actually interesting because when he mentioned this story, he says that he doesn't think they're alien aircraft. He thinks this finally explains why everybody's seeing ufo's because this is the new fighter plane working on so In and I think he said it had an American flag on it too. So he's not thinking even at this time that these that these ships our off world ships that were built there. Are the next. In the lineage of you know however many fighter planes that we have throughout history. So he thinks it's hilarious. He thinks it's. You know finally explains all these stories. It's the government test flying these new fighter plot. Which I think. Is hilarious. And then he has no idea. Right, he's kidding himself into A. And All I. can think of Independence Day in like that slow walk through the through the lab. Third however many layers below the below the earth. That's all I can think of is like you know what kind of facilities are actually underneath their you know, right? Right So sometime later after meeting his partner, who will throughout he refers to his berry. Was Our was shown what he would be then working on. Lazar describes being a reactor of some sort half a sphere with a hemisphere, roughly the size of a basketball as he describes, which which when turned on would generate an anti gravitational field around it, which is insane to I for him to even be describing something like this that he saw I, mean. Anybody I mean I can. I can see why people were like Yao gay dude whatever right because of the technology that the technology that they're referring to is is insane absolutely insane. We have nothing even remotely close to doing the stuff that this thing does. And it doesn't produce any kind of. Heat, it doesn't get above ambient temperature is producing A. Absurd amount of energy absolutely absurd amount of energy something we can't even comprehend..

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Wants to get back into the science community so At Los Alamos Edward Taylor who's known as the father of the hydrogen bomb is giving a lecture at the lab. Lazar once where Lazar worked cracked. Yes. And Lazar, obviously with a with a major passion for science wants to see this guy talk because he's a, he's a huge scientific figure. So he goes goes to the. To the lecture and actually encounter some outside of the lecture. Prior to Prior to. Edward Teller going live and doing the actual lecture and he's reading the newspaper. that. Has Bob Lazar on the front page and he's which is wild when you really yeah what are the odds and and he's like? He's this guy is probably a celebrity to him. You know he's a celebrity in the science community. So to to Bob, he's like he's reading my news article I gotTa go introduce myself. So he goes introduces himself they Chit Chat for a little bit and that's really end of it. He goes to his lecture. and. If you fast forward a couple years after that. Bottles are start sending out resumes in an attempt to get back into the science community, and one of these resumes goes out to Edward Teller and references this meeting. References on the guy that you talk to the had the jet powered car and Edward Teller remembered him and gave him a contact to e g and G, which is a national defense contractor. He gave not only that he gave him a great reference right I. Mean You got this big big name guy that that he sees Bob Lazar..

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"What do you think might be suspect of what he has actually brought to light. I think what is suspect to me from doing all this research was the Zeta. Thing that was really the only thing that I came across that was Kinda like. I don't know, and then there's another thing where he states back in the original interview and might not be the absolute first interview that he did because I think it was after he got his shadow removed and he was out in the public. But he states that he walked past a window in s four and took a quick glance in just a small door window. And saw what appeared to be two. Men In lab. Coats. And a Grey Alien Chair little a little alien in the chair now years later he he he comes out and says, I, don't think I actually saw alien I, think they had a doll or a dummy of some sort and they were measuring. measurements for the inside of the ship. So. Those are the only two things that I really came across that I thought were. Kind of suspect. So during my research. As well, doing doing a little bit. Here and there throughout the preparation I came across A. a youtube channel called the behavior panel. and. I'm going to share this side of it because I think it is important for you to get both sides. This particular video was a panel of. Body language analysts and they claim to be experts in in their in their field and. They analyzed. Multiple interviews from. Bob Lazar. Some from when he started and then the latest one on the Joe Rogan podcast. and. The one thing that I thought to be kind of skeptical or something that that I thought that was compelling to share the the opposite side is. Their argument. First of all, they thought that he was. Being deceitful, and while I don't fully agree with that at.

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

03:44 min | 8 months ago

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Bob Lazar was raided by the FBI and the documentary they think that he stole a piece of this element one, fifteen, this fuel. and. It's actually on the periodic table now. I think two thousand and was either two, thousand and five or two, thousand fifteen it was put onto the. Periodic table and I think it's like McCoy neom or something Mosconi or something like that but it's actually a non stable. It's a non stable. Version of element one fifteen and he explains in the movie how element one fifteen is made but it I mean, it's way beyond my powered understand what he's saying so. what do you? What do you guys think about this Ufo Unit? You guys excited to hear what they say or what course. I mean you know? What other time in history can you think of that? You know the government actually? Said Hey. Yeah. UFO's exist. Here's some information about them. I mean. That's that's kind of unprecedented if you really think about it in our modern history. I don't want any that we are. A it kind of goes in line with what I was saying like. People are becoming more aware and it's almost like they have to. At this point they have to give us something right and you know with all the digging that not just were doing everybody. You know we have now this this documentary that was released a obviously about Baba Czar. and. After people are watching this. I. Mean This Guy Million Obviously Netflix's it. Got Me. Of Us and you can't just. Give people that kind of information along with all the other stuff that was released the interviews and all that kind of stuff like you you can't just. That can't just be public and then and then give people nothing. So so it is very exciting. It's obviously that we're all looking forward to seeing and I'm sure that we will definitely post an update on the blog. When that is released. Oh. Yeah. Absolutely I will be all over the blog posts for every single UEFA released from this unit and I and I'm kind of hoping I kind of think I already know it's going to I. Think it's going to probably disprove lobster or I'm sorry proved Bob. Story. More and more is more and more gets released because he's already got. It seems like everything that he said so far nothing has really been disproved. You know what I mean. It's always it's always the stuff that he says like this wild hand scanner, it's a hand scanner. He tried to explain to people in the eighties that pretty much looked at him like he was crazy. It's like a it's got pins in it on your hand and say. Own Bone, densities. Bone. People tried to really like be like dude, you're absolutely crazy because nothing like this exists and now there's releases that say we actually use that in the stealth program and there's pictures of it and it's exactly what Bob Describes so And then the gravity thing, I mean it it's been thought for for a significant amount of time that gravity was caused by these theoretical particles known as Gravitons, and now now they actually know that it's a wave, which is another thing that Bob Lazar said the ship's affect gravity waves. So it's just you know and it's all like really. Guest any of this stuff all. Rightly. So what what have you read in his in his lineage in the information that he has provided that you think might be suspect they're just just specifically attack that.

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

05:11 min | 8 months ago

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Of course, leadership on the world is is infinitely stupid and makes a lot of really horrible mistakes and we ended up where we end up in that movie. If if you've never seen it, I highly suggest you go watch it. Are we talking about that level, right? Not Right now wait until the podcast is over please and if you're listening to this in the car, definitely, don't watch it because that's a horrible idea. Stop looking up right now right Google this at a stop because someone's going to Honky you, you should probably keep going. So I. Think the cool thing about Bob, Lazar, specifically, as that maybe this is exactly what this. Research, facility needed at the time. He's he's a guy that put a jet engine on his Honda. They need somebody that thinks out of the box and. He says Multiple Times that the way that they operate at this facility, nobody's allowed to talk to anybody you're only allowed to talk to your partner and that for science is absolutely. I, mean, it's a tragedy for science because you science is about free ideas and speaking and talking and bouncing ideas off of each other if you can't do that. That's why this. This team has been stagnant for so long. So they need a Bob Lazar, they need somebody that's GonNa put a janitor and on their Honda because he can. Probably. Did he probably put a? In on all the employees cars. Right, part of the deal. Yes. Hey, you want top secret clearance, put a jet engine it on my card Yup I actually came across the name of the clearance that that he claims he had was majestic and it was like thirty six levels over q clearance, which is the civilian. Top secret clearance after unveiling his identity and telling a story to the public. There were many attempts to discredit and dehumanize him as would be the norm George KNAPP, the investigative reporter who initially broke Lazar story began having a difficult time proving any of Lazar history..

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"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

03:56 min | 8 months ago

"lazar" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Wants to get back into the science community. So. At Los Alamos Edward Taylor who's known as the father of the hydrogen bomb is giving a lecture at the lab. Lazar once where Lazar worked cracked. Yes. And Lazar obviously with a with a major passion for science wants to see this guy talk because he's a, he's a huge scientific figure. So he goes goes to the. To the lecture and actually encounters him outside of the lecture. Prior to Prior. To. Edward Teller going live and doing the actual lecture and he's reading the newspaper. that. Has Bob Lazar on the front page and he's which is wild when you really yeah what are the odds and and he's like? He's this guy is probably a celebrity to him. You know he's a celebrity in the science community so to to Bob he's like he's reading my news article I gotta go introduce myself. So he goes introduces himself they Chit Chat for a little bit and that's really end of it. He goes to his lecture. And If you fast forward a couple years after that. Bottles are start sending out resumes in an attempt to get back into the science community, and one of these resumes goes out to Edward Teller and references this meeting. References on the guy that you talk to. The had the jet powered car and Edward Teller remembered him and gave him a contact to e g and G, which is a national defense contractor. He gave not only that he gave him a great reference, right? I mean you got this big big name guy that that he sees Bob Lazar. In a frigging newspaper and..

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Sciences leading role in the restoration of Notre Dame, and the surprising biology behind how our body develops its tough skin

Science Magazine Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

Sciences leading role in the restoration of Notre Dame, and the surprising biology behind how our body develops its tough skin

"Up. This week I talked with freelance science writer Christa. La- stay Lazar about the role of scientists at the Notre Dame cathedral both in the restoration of the structure and for the investigation of its past. Then we have the researcher. Felipe make arose. He's GonNa talk about how our skin forms a tough area against the outside world and how this barriers formation depends on phase separation a very hot area of cell biology first up today. We have freelance science writer. Crystallised J. LO Sarah. She wrote a featured this week on the scientists leading. Notre Dame's restoration after the April twenty nineteen fire and their use of the fire to probe the mysteries of this Cathedral. Hi Krista for Sarah Okay. The way you describe the scientific works it's going on at the Cathedral after the fire. It can almost be broken down into these categories by material stone glass led and would each has experts. It has its own challenges in its own mysteries all the teams that are working together on the restoration on these different categories of materials are working together in the same organization. Can you tell us a little bit more about this group? They're all working out at the same laboratory. Which is part of the Ministry of Culture? A description of it in the story was pretty amazing. Oh Yeah it's it's really phenomenal. It's the front. They have a wing of a seventeenth century castle. You had these Austira Iron Gates that lead up to it and you just have no idea of the treasures that are hidden in that area. Let's take this material by material first stone obviously Notre Dame is made of Stone Wood and some other pieces and I was really surprised by how dangerous getting the stone out of the building after the fire was the researchers actually had to use robots to get the stones out they did. You've got this vault. That said teeter on collapse because they have no idea how much forces have changed. They've absorbed water but they've also been affected by heat. So there are some stones that have suffered some heat-damaged crumble. At the same time there are also some stones that are just dangling from the ceiling and they now they might just drop at any moment. Everything is really delicately balanced. And you've got a thirty meter drop. That's a hundred foot drop coming down. So many stones are actually taken back to this French chateau from his French castle. A lot of them ended up store outside the Cathedral waiting to be put back in it but they do take some back to the French castle right. Most of them are stored in these tents that are all in front of the cathedral and sorting them. It's just hit and miss about of work of of sorting these. Because they're not going to lose anything anything that's about more than five centimeters long is going to be put back into the Cathedral. The wants to take back to study what they're looking for is to see different signs of heat damage so that can be seen through for example oxidation which contains the color of the stones. But that's only guy but it's still a pretty good guide. According to helmet heated got. You can go from red to black and then kind of surprisingly than to white and when it gets to white then you know that it's really bad because it's just powder they also are doing some testing on the water. Absorption it's these stones absorbed quite a bit of water. They can gain up to thirty percent of their weight. The water came from trying to put the fire out yes. The water came from the firefighters. Hosing down the federal. And it's taking up very very long time for them to dry sue. The fire was April the fifteenth and as of today. It's still drawing. They're still losing weight to water Evaporation yes they're still losing weight. Oh that's amazing. So what can they do with this information about how the stones change color? How was it helpful to know that this color change corresponds to how much heating went on with the stones? What they really need to know is the detail of which stones are likely to be damaged enough to need to be changed. Because there's some that may may not have fallen but they may have been so damaged that they're not going to be able to hold up the structure correctly anymore and at this delicate balance of forces going to be upset they also need to know how long it's GonNa take everything to dry because there's no point in testing for example the mortar between the stones until everything's finished drying because the border is continued to be affected by the changing forces. Right another dangerous aspect of this work is led. Notre Dame had a lot of lead tons of lead in the roof and spire and it was melted by the fire was also thrown out into Aerosol particles a yellow cloud escaped and it coated everything inside the building and possibly some of the nearby neighborhoods. What do we know about the contamination and the surrounding city? We actually don't know that much about the lead contamination. In the city. There was a lot of fear at the beginning. Parisians were very worried and rightfully so because lead toxicity can be bad for children and there are a lot of children living in Paris but the scientists here at this laboratory have found out that the vast majority of that roof did not go up in to smoke or cloud. It melted the melting point. Nos three hundred degrees Celsius. The evaporation point is one thousand seven hundred degrees Celsius. We didn't get anywhere near that. After about six hundred degrees Celsius than it created these little micro nozzles that went up into the air. An Aerosol so really a small portion of the roof did go up quite a bit of it actually fell down into the cathedral itself some did go outside and it floated away. You can see it in the videos of this Yellow cloud that would along the Seine but the scientists think that probably much of it did not drop down onto the ground her into the Sun River but just kept going following the son of further downstream so it may not have ended up in Paris at all. We don't know where it is yet but the researchers are consort right. They're going to be testing different areas of the city trying to see if there's a signature of the Notre Dame leads. They're able been able to test the lead from the roof to be able to get to the isotopes. This has allowed them to have an isotopic signature so when they find lead and there's lead Oliver Paris. You can't just a sample say. Oh that Kim furniture dom you don't know but because of the isotopic signature then you can. So they're trying to test that find out if the lead ended up in those areas. What about the lead levels inside the CDL? Are they a big concern for the researchers working there now? Because of the high amounts of lead in the cathedral there is a great concern with the work agencies so they are requiring very very strict procedures on lead safety first of all access is extremely limited just the bare minimum people that are allowed to get in the only access in is to go through a shower. Cabin may have to take off all their clothes. They have to wear these paper clothing paper. Underrun paper socks. You're allowed to stay for a maximum two and a half hours in the whole time there. You have wear these masks. That are really heavy and uncomfortable and they have breathing assistance. And it's not just the people it's also any equipment they bring in anything they bring in has to be either destroyed or washed thoroughly on the way out. 'cause as they leave the Cathedral Matra two and a half hours. They take all of their clothing off and they go through the shower and anything they brought with them also has to go through the shower and wash with all this protective gear all this rigorous cleanliness routine. They have to go through. It shouldn't be surprising that most of the work that they're doing right now is to get this led out of there. The lead is not being rude yet because the initial step is finding how to get the lead off without destroying this eight hundred fifty year old monument and all of its Precious art inside and this is an extremely expensive project to begin with and they're trying to be cost efficient as possible. So cost is really an issue. They can't just go in with The most expensive kind of equipment either and they need something that is can be explained to the people that are going to be doing it because the people who are cleaning are not going to be the scientists is going to be a company. That's going to be brought in and they're gonNA be technicians. That are going to come

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"lazar" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"lazar" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Who are supporting us in this way? We are humbled and grateful and hope that we always live up to or exceed your expectations. Story extraordinary, especially the Trump, and it all started in the desert. North of Los Vegas. A local scientist who's worked at groom lake said to be where top secret weapon systems have been tested over the years. He has asked that his identity each shielded. Exactly what's going on up there. What's going on up? There could be the most important event in history. Physical contact and proof from another another system another planet. Another intelligence. What would happen to you? If the government learned that you were giving us this information. Just wanted to stay alive. Maybe this has been kept from us. Real good reason. Sir. How do we know? You are you say you are. My name's Bob Lazar. I'm known for working at a classified base and reverse engineer alien spacecraft. Actually, quite unlike anything we've ever seen before. Giant herring. Ness, a twenty four mile long bottomless lake in the highlands. If the creature known as the luck Ness monster. More doll. Welcome to monster talk the science show about monsters. I'm Blake Smith. And I'm Karen Stolz ner in the recent skin Walker ranch documentary hunt for the skin Walker and in his latest release. Bob, Lazar UFO's and area. Fifty one director. Jeremy core bell continues to say over and over again that he wants to weaponize his curiosity..

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Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

The Frame

06:31 min | 2 years ago

Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

"You watch the Grammy awards last night, and you care about representation and diversity. You may have been pleasantly surprised the sixty first annual Grammy awards did not repeat the Grammy. So male ceremony of twenty eighteen where only one woman Elissa car up one a solo award in the top categories Alicia Keys, hosted Cardi B became the first solo women to win for rap album and Casey must graves took home the trophy for album of the year on top of all that the show's musical performances were heavily female driven with numbers by do aletha. Dolly Parton, communica Baeau, lady Gaga and many more. I spoke today with varieties executive music editor, Shirley Helprin. And she began with her reaction to the shows performances. I thought the performances were really top knots. I thought they were very well produced. They were colorful, they were labyrinth was a lot of, you know, really, you know, beautiful choreography, you know, there were couple of moments. I think people were sort of scratching their heads. Like Jennifer Lopez, you know, sort of presence in the Motown sixtieth anniversary tributes. You know, she got a lot more singing time than smokey Robinson. Who was you know, one of the architects of the Motown's found, but I think Casey muss grades was fantastic. Cardi B was really fun. Boys over about his truck Sawhill speak. In terms of of them stepping into that kind of Barras in line last year about how women needs to step up. I mean, I think the producers and CBS really took to heart the controversy and really looked at their program and thought about these issues I wanna play something from do aletha who won best new artist. She was making a reference to comments made last year by academy president Neo Poh now. Oh my God. I don't even know what speaking I guess where I wanted to begin by saying. How on and I am to be nominated alongside so many incredible female artists, the fizz, I guess this really stepped up. So that is Mirroring what Neil porno said about women stepping up. So they're two things that are at issue here. One is who is allowed and invited to perform their show and the second is who actually goes home with a hardware. So if you're to look at who actually was nominated who won Grammys does it feel like some progress is being made on that front. Even if the performers were actually more Representative of the industry. Yeah. I can't really give credit to the Grammys organization for that. Because it's it's the voting body and the voting body is is working musicians and engineers and mixers producers songwriters, you know. So so it's really what they feel are our songs on the albums that most resonated this year. I think Casey most grades winning album of the year is a great example of how an artist really transcend, John RAs, I love country music with everything that I am. And I'm very proud to be able to get to share my version of that with the world. Thank you for supporting that joke, the embraced by, you know, not just an American audience, but global audience who, you know, probably a lot of them wouldn't call themselves country music fans. So I think that was a big win. And I think childish Gambino winning for this is America, which is such a provocative. You know, in politically charged song was another example of the voting body really embracing something that is different that is not pop-oriented. That wasn't you know, like a major radio hit, you know, all of these things come into play. And and I think things are changing, you know, look -lution sorta like steering battleship. It doesn't happen overnight. But I see signs of abroad or more inclusive Grammy organization than the feature were you think about kind of how wide net the Grammy's and the Grammy voters are casting. You look at Casey most graves, even though the k pop. Bam BTO's did not win. There were certainly a big presence. Does it feel like the definition of what is Grammy worthy is becoming a little bit more broad now. Well, I think there's always been this conflict between Grammys as a TV show and Grammy's as, you know, a music awards ceremony, and you really have to balance those two things, and I think for CBS, which which airs the show their priority is really just making sure that people tune in and that they get the youngest demo possible. You know, Camille at the Belo is odd. Obviously very much of that generation and BTS which has very very energetic fan base. That's why they were toes into present. I mean, they were only nominated for best reporting package and they didn't win. So, you know, been of a stretch to have them there. But that's not to say that people weren't like in excited. Just to see you know, what is the biggest Cape fans in the world. So it's a mix of all those things, you know. I mean, I think it'll be more interesting to see how other awards shows sort of pit after the Grammy's, and the fact that that really took, you know, a much broader more pop Centric Roop of artists to perform were you think about the people who won not only the broadcast Ramon. But earlier was there a specific award that really gratified you and conversely was there one person who didn't win who really wish might have. I think the gratifying win was Saint Vincent winning with Jeff. Antonoff just to incredible artists. You know, I was really thrilled that to aletha one for for best new artist and for electricity, which is just an amazing amazing song really one of the greatest songs of the last year in terms of surprises. I mean, I I mean the little surprise that some of the artists coming in with so many nominations like Drake really didn't walk away with a whole hell of a lot. But I will shout out to one amazing female mastering engineer, which is Emily Lazar. She won four for mastering for Beck's album, and she has been at this for like, you know, twenty years really at the top of her name. And she's the first woman, you know, mastering engineer to win a Grammy of the stature. So really really thrilled about that. To know when it comes to representation women come up very short as producers and as engineer so that was a very special win,

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Thousands of yellow vests protest despite Macron outreach

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:11 min | 2 years ago

Thousands of yellow vests protest despite Macron outreach

"President Charles de Gaulle resigned after losing a national referendum, but macro is hoping to defuse even harness people's anger in hundreds of public debates that he launched this week. Mark Lazar is a professor at seals PO university is going to be difficult because yellow vase don't listen to him. It's finished, but you have to speak to this part of the French people will have some empathy for the yellow vest but condemned on against violence. That's a big challenge. For political analyst Bobby a believes Macron has realized his errors. And he doesn't think it's over for the young president, though, he says, my crawl will not be able to transform France the way he wanted to this country is an old country. She does not want to move too quick though. Young Emmanuel Macron. Frighten people we've eases speed macro will need a new team. And a new way of speaking to the French people by says, and he'll have to slow way way down. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris. In the beginning. When her daughter was born Lisa Abramson was smitten. She felt like she barely needed to sleep. She had so much energy. She was so excited. Let's now I can look back and say that was a warning sign because then came delusions of helicopters, circling her house and snipers on the roof from San Francisco, April Dembosky has the story that first week after her daughter was born the world was nothing but love then the baby started losing weight. The pediatrician said Lisa needed to feed her every two hours. All of a sudden she felt like she couldn't keep up. Get weighed on me is like I failed as a mom. I can't feed my child, even when she could get a break from breastfeeding pumping. She still couldn't relax enough to sleep as she got more and more exhausted. She started to get confused people's voices were distorting. She went to a spin class. But only lasted ten minutes. It felt like almost like the walls were talking to me. Then let Lisa noticed some police helicopters circling over their apartment, you know, there are snipers on the real there spike cans in our bedroom. And everyone was watching me and my cell phone was like giving me weird messages. Lisa waited for the police to come in and take her. But the next morning she woke up in her own bed. The cops had arrested their nanny. Instead Lisa told her husband. It wasn't fair. She said she was going to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge. And that's when her husband told her he was going to drive her to the police station a sec, okay? He is taking in. And I guess I'm getting arrested is probably one of the worst is my life. Bring my wife to hospital, and then eventually checking her into an inpatient unit was really really challenging this is David Abramson. He explains there was no crime. No helicopters and the nanny wasn't arrested. He took Lisa not to jail. But to the psychiatric ward at California Pacific medical center in San Francisco, you could see in her eyes and her body. Language that she was panicked. All of a sudden we were leaving about a weekend. Lisa remembers her husband showing her a printout from the internet unpunished pardom psychosis. It's said hormones going wild, plus sleep deprivation can trigger the confusion and paranoia. I really was just like no like I've heard of postpartum depression. I've never heard that. Like, there's post-partum crazy. I was like postpartum. Psychosis is real it's rare. But experts believe more women are affected than previously thought psychiatrists Nirmal Dommie says a lot of doctors don't recognize the symptoms. Clinician can think that the patient is normal and probably suffering from sleep deprivation and discharge them home in the US, mental health

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"lazar" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"lazar" Discussed on Untangle

"We were lucky to have a discussion with Harvard neuroscientist. Sara Lazar Sarah is a leading researcher in the meditation field and one of the first to show that meditation practice really does produce structural changes in the brain. She shares that four regions of the brain are impacted and are those that influence, memory, focus, mood, and straps. She's even seen some changes in the aging of our brains, which is super exciting. Sarah's a meditated herself and seen some pretty great changes in her own life. As a result. I love discussing science behind meditation and hearing proof positive that our meditation. Practice can be such a powerful force in our lives. And if you don't notice changes right away, Sarah suggests that you ask the people around you and see they see a difference. You might be surprised now, here's Sarah. Sara. Thank you so much for being on untangled today. We're so happy to have you here inviting me. Yeah. Let's dive in to some of the research that you've done. I'd love if you could just share the results on how meditation actually changes our brains. Yeah. No, it is really interesting. So what we did is we took people who'd never meditate before. And we scan them before and after an eight week notation class, and we compared them to people who were scanned apart who were interested in class, but we just most people eight weeks apart before they went through the class. And so we could see what was happening because of the class what was happening just because of the passage of time, and what we've found is and the people going through the meticias class. They're changed several brain regions compared to the group of people who are just being scanned a apart. There were four or five brain regions that we found the first which found its regional called the hippocampus, which is very important. Of the brain involved in memory, and it got bigger and it's consistent with there's been numerous studies showing the medicine actually helps memory improve. And so we think that might be related to that. We also found an increase in the part of the brain that is related to mind wandering, and part of the brain that is destroyed and Alzheimer's disease. Which of course, the hallmark of Alzheimer's disease is nothing to focus and mind wandering. And so if the story in Alzheimer's, and it gets bigger with notation. So we think that's consistent with less mind wandering, and being better able to stay focused on the present moment. Another originally found to increase was an area of the brain stem in the area where a lot of dopamine and serotonin and the neurotransmitters are produced in these molecules sort of regulate mood appetite and alertness, so think there's relations Ren's why. And that may be part of the reason why we which changes with meditation and the final found was a decrease in the middle. And that was correlated. The change in stress. So the more stress reduction people reported the smaller there amid low became so that's consistent with less stress and anxiety. That's amazing. So you just covered memory, focus, mood and stress, which I mean, those are such life changing things you did this with mindfulness meditation. Correct. Yep. Could you extrapolate that to other forms of meditation or have you studied any other types of meditation? That's the only thing we've done with imaging in terms of pre post. We've also done studies with long-term attention practitioners long-term yoga practitioners, and we see that in the long term practitioners. There's a lot of similarity there were some subtle differences between augmentation, but they overall they're pretty similar. We think that's likely be the case that we let the communication sort of like mental exercise sort of like running versus wing versus playing golf all of them have very sort of similar generic benefits. But there may be slight differences in terms of. Okay. Once a little bit better. For your arms. Little bit airfare legs. Or exact muscle groups that get exercise and that sort of thing there's gonna be slight differences. But the overall general pretty similar across all the different types of meditation yoga, do you think it is mostly about being still an focusing on a single object like the breath? That's actually having the impact on the brain. That's funny. Central part of it. We think. Yeah. It's the idea is that. 'cause normally, of course, our mind wanders..

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"lazar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"lazar" Discussed on KGO 810

"Pictures books magazine articles, and there's no turning back. Now, the version of the story told by Bob Lazar is now carved into stone in the public consciousness, and that really has to Gaul those who react like they've heard fingernails on a blackboard every time they hear the name Lazar west you bad. I'm crying crocodile tears here. Just gushing like a boy who stubbed his toe in the beginning. It seemed important to me for some reason that people believe my reports, I'm I'm a newsman. I'm telling the story of the best of my ability. But that ended years ago, it really doesn't make much difference to me. Whether you do or don't anymore. You know, we told that story to the best of our ability, and you can take it or leave. It the part that I was never able to convey. And all those reports over those years was what it was like while those events were unfolding it was wild. What Lazar was going through what the people around him were going through. And one of those was me, you know, we argue back and forth about where he worked where he went to school. But this literally is a story of you had to be there. And you weren't we don't have time machine. So the next best thing and telling this tale would be to get to know Lazar how he sees those events nearly thirty years later to meet the people who know him best still know him. So you have a better idea of who he is tonight. We're going to do that a friend of mine. Jeremy Corbelli has is a producer of investigative filmmaker. He spent a lot of time with Lazar with me with Lazaros family and friends associates we've gone through boxes of videotape and twenty nine year old news stories and notes and clippings. And Jeremy has Duggal dug into a lot of things that I did uncover. He's just finished work on a new film about Bob Lazar, the actual person not the mythical UFO Elvis are Bigfoot. So that's where we're going to talk about tonight. Bob Weiser, who doesn't do many interviews not less. I passed him every few years or so joins us a little bit later. He'll be here in hours two and three and maybe in our for as well. And I'd say this should be epic. One quick news note, there is a landing on Mars tomorrow. Three PM eastern time. The latest Mars mission scheduled a touchdown on the red planet. The first NASA mission to Mars and six years citing times, our webmaster tonight, Gregg Bishop, and I have put together our usual assortment of items and oddities culled from various news sources around the world, we call it..

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Researchers find bacteria residing in guts of mice come from mother and remain nearly constant over many generations

Science Magazine Podcast

09:23 min | 2 years ago

Researchers find bacteria residing in guts of mice come from mother and remain nearly constant over many generations

"Transmission more than a real world setting because the mice never come into contact. So mice from one line never come into direct contact with different line. And so we know another people have also have shown apes we've looked at this in chimpanzees and other people looked at this in that Boone's that social interactions allow the transmission of gut bacteria two so for this paper, we didn't allow contact between the lines. So in that sense. We're favoring vertical. Transmission? Yeah. Inbreeding them. Also do that to exactly and the experiment was designed well to identify bacteria that can be horizontally transmitted in the absence of direct contact things could be transmitted through the air, for instance, with through the through vector like Nantel handler. And what did you learn about those articulate bacteria, the ones that were coming into these mice on this horizontal route one thing that jumped out right away was that more closely related gut. Bacteria tended to be more similar in their transmission. Okay shroud. At least for some parts of the bacterial lodging. That's interesting because it suggests that there are some traits that are nearly conserve that determine transmission mode of bacteria. So that opens up some questions about what the streets. Are. We were look at that a little bit in this experiment. And we found it perhaps not surprisingly aerobic bacteria bacterial that can live in the presence of oxygen were more likely to be horizontally transmitted than obligated Anna robes, which dive they're exposed to oxygen. We also found several bacterial genera- in mice that displayed evidence of horizontal transmission. Those bacterial genera- tended to be the same 'Bacterial Jenner are known to cause disease and humans. There would be something that would be damaging to the animal maybe prevent it being passed down is actually bad for the microbes, fitness. If you're a bacterium, and you have all some kind of pathogenic effects to your host, your vertically transmitted and you kill off your host. Evolutionary dead end for you. Right. So vertical transmission is thought to disfavor the pollution of pathogenicity. Whereas horizontal transmission kind of opens up possibilities of your because you no longer rely on a single hose lineage, you can just jump to the next lineage. If you kill off your initial host that prediction is exactly borne out by our data in help us better understand or investigate new bacteria or infection and say, oh, well, it looks like it has some characteristics already familiar with these types of studies. So we looked in particular foodborne infections and hospital associated infections, and what are exist is that a lot of those infections arise because of opportunities for transmission. And it's it's simply just the propensity of microbes to be horizontally transmitted predicts the rate at which they cause infection humans, and so it it's reasonable to start to think about ways that we can cut. Those transmission routes could study like this ever be done in people. I know we touched on this briefly before I think the difficulty with people is the long generation times of humans the generations twenty years or so in humans, it's going to take two hundred years or more to conduct analogous experiment. Humans that we just had took three years in mice. Yeah. And of course, the control environment. Art, right. Yeah. And that's a whole nother issue. That would be impossible. I think eventually we will be able to start to understand the long-term. Inheritance? Multigeneration inheritance of gut microbes as time progresses and techniques for characterizing the gut microbiome humans continue to improve. We're going to eventually have long-term multigenerational data sets just might take take some time. Fifty one hundred years. Okay. Andy, thank you so much for talking with me. Oh, thank you. Any Muller is an assistant professor in the department of ecology at biology at Cornell University, you can find a link to his research science, MAG dot org slash podcast, say. Tuned for gen Bill Beck's interview with David Lazar about his book politics with the people building directly Representative

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Tesla, Elon Musk and Bloomberg discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla, Elon Musk and Bloomberg discussed on Masters in Business

"In. The Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom tesla won't be, going, private after. All in a blog post yesterday CEO Elon Musk scrapped his privatization plan for tesla a. Reversal after blindsiding employees sent investors two weeks ago in a, tweet that he was considering it in the blog post mosque said he'd met. With the tesla board and let. Them know tesla should stay public musk said the board indicated they agreed the securities and

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North Korean state media quiet on Kim Jong Un's overtures to Trump

02:27 min | 3 years ago

North Korean state media quiet on Kim Jong Un's overtures to Trump

"Punishment cannot be made harsher because of the walkouts political message the group urges students to check their schools policy unexcused absences camilo dominance ski npr news north korean state media has been silent on its upcoming summits with the us and south korea npr's elise hugh report south korea suspects as because pyongyang is being cautious north korean state media hasn't covered kim germans invitation to meet us president donald trump the tightly controlled state information arms did note a visit to pyongyang by south korean on voice last week during which south korea says kim invited south korean president moon jae in and us president trump for facetoface meetings further the foreign ministry in seoul says it has received no official response from the north about the usnorth korea summit trump last week agreed to a meeting with kim jong in by may the two koreas meanwhile will hold a summit at the interkorean border in april elite few npr news soul at least fifty people are dead after a plane crash in nepal officials say a passenger plane crashed and burst into flames while landing in kathmandu today dozens of people suffered injuries stocks are trading mixed on wall street at this hour the dow is down ninety seven points the nasdaq up thirty four the s p down a fraction this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt authorities in napa county have yet to explain why a former army rifleman killed three women and himself after a daylong siege at veterans home last friday they say albert wong slipped into a goingaway party for two employees of the pathway home home on the campus of the yacht bill veterans home let he let some people leave but he kept the three women one of the victim's relatives says wong was recently expelled from the program more coming up on forum a group representing private and religious schools across california is calling on national leaders to act to prevent gun violence the california association of independent schools published a letter in the san francisco chronicle and los angeles times yesterday maybe lazar leads burke lease a cold b lang and serves on the association's board he says educators at private and religious schools around the state have more freedom to speak out on gun safety issues if he gets more complicated com you for public schools because gift grocery chain of command and.

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"lazar" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"lazar" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Burglin our a very okay anywhere years get hurt work reviewed welcome to okay so what you think it held lazar number specs ever in it hitter numbers up i really our read the rest but if that we have to been here i mean i'm with the moment these an issue but constantini that is right yeah it right there right they beat the he's been getting their whenever i'll be it people have happened the we're held lazar here we get to see if we and it really get the three of our win it's not it out just we get to show on the road already it's like you gonna karns than team and i think we said this before you constantini it's one thing it's like my my board are you got you think exactly i think you haven't hurt he see it's to call right now already it's hard him out where he's yeah they added at three we're gonna the way pitcher a better i get a three and a half troy click here and i gotta be in our i got him out so special you know.

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"lazar" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"lazar" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Burglin our a very okay anywhere years get hurt work reviewed welcome to okay so what you think it held lazar number specs ever in it hitter numbers up i really our read the rest but if that we have to been here i mean i'm with the moment these an issue but constantini that is right yeah it right there right they beat the he's been getting their whenever i'll be it people have happened the we're held lazar here we get to see if we and it really get the three of our win it's not it out just we get to show on the road already it's like you gonna karns than team and i think we said this before you constantini it's one thing it's like my my board are you got you think exactly i think you haven't hurt he see it's to call right now already it's hard him out where he's yeah they added at three we're gonna the way pitcher a better i get a three and a half troy click here and i gotta be in our i got him out so special you know.

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