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"mike bear" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

03:37 min | Last month

"mike bear" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"He apparently this person up there in the he's in the cybersecurity so he just mike bear no. Mike is inside reason astro physicist. I think he's like a rocket he did rocket stuff. But don't quote me on that. I don't wanna get nasty email from him now. No if there's any rocket scientists out there i'm like just give us a little Making late it. I do believe there are things. i'm. I'm seriously disappointed to that. There wasn't anything that happened on the constant if you knew of all the big. The ufo community The july eighteenth apparently in Abductee said that he was abducted and he was told that they were coming back in july. In one of the days was july eighteenth. They never gonna make themselves known to the human race. So that's why we're that's what we're talking about that. They always say the Third times the charm so hit rapture which didn't happen evasion was going to third. Whatever will happen let you know. There's an awful lot of fighting's way more even they're always have been more than there has ever been and i think something big is coming. I am constantly amazed when i talk to people. And they just kinda give me this blank. Look i talked about the you know. The ufo talking about the mood weird. Stop a crop.

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"mike bear" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I hate to quote a Kardashian but I'm going to have a bit saint. Hayden and Hayden bitches ain't happy so I just try to think about that all the time. How do you deal with it I don't do I don't read it you you know but sometimes every once in a while a clunker will come through? I just walk them and let them scream. I call it spiritual. Whack a mole. They don't look you know. I love how you're the title of the book is very very Directive it'd bestself. Bu Only better what could we do just walking down the street or going through life to be more aware of things that could be helpful for us. You don't one thing that's amazing is anonymous acts of kindness or complement other people or if you're struggling in the day he calling someone but I'll tell you I mean going up to people in line if you by someone starbucks drink if they let you half the time they don't find anything I'm like offending or getting on. That's what I find. I need to get into the flow of going. Get Out of yourself. Mike Start helping other people compliment that woman walking down the street that really cared about what she put on today. I'll go I'll go. I just had to tell you that your hair is gorgeous and there's so many times. They're like taking a back like thank you. What does she like crappy day but now maybe it turned it in Brooklyn but you light up too? I feel good. Those are like those little things that can make a big huge difference huge if you make it like but my friend I mean we geek out sometimes on south help. You know so we'll be like let's go either. I'll be like I bet I bet you give them compliments at this Walmart than you will and it's actually really funny then the at the end that people are looking. It's kind of weird because the energy so high hi on it right but those little things just like picking up a piece of trash. Do it all the time in a bathroom. I like pick up a piece of trash and throw it away. 'cause I'm like first of all not taking away from the janitors shop second of all. It's just a paper towel third of all it makes me feel like I'm contributing because I don't want to be stuck in the self centered self obsessed self. That's when it's like life starts to just shrink you start to prune up a friend of ours down the hall Charlemagne He. He's a great big host on radio. This is one of the things he said in his first book was when you feel the struggle we'll go back to your core self and of course it's probably a metaphor whatever you go back and crawl into your childhood bed and sleep and go back to the dreams you have when you're younger. Try to take it back to your pure self because we live in this world. It's complicated is full of noise. It's full of people trying to get our attention and make us think things that we don't already think and feel being true to your core is so important we've got it like turn off all the others and look to ourselves and is there you got it and what I do in bestself. Is We create who your best self is like mine's a wizard who's a thousand years old doc okay okay name Merlin so when I walk into a room yeah he's on my arm world whole shoulder with a staff. I liked it magical things oh so like the wizard or whatever but we all the best off which is the part of our parents. Give us a name that at a core like people say you know their spiritual animal or whatever mine's a wizard Disney villain. That's fine okay you create your bestself mccray theatrical. It's kind of fun. Kids can do it. Adults can do it and then you're anti self is that party. That's getting in the way of being your best self and we all have different times in our life. When I call it what's called our anti-south comes out and I did this exercise with Dr Phil Oh and Dr Oz and Joe Jonas Sophie Turner like train their best often? They're anti south and it's a really simple easy way and if you can add a little bit of humor to it I find signed with your ego. It just makes things release a little better best self the same person the I just initially thumbing through the book learned a lot. I can't imagine when I can actually listen to the whole bestself off beat you only better book or Redick's. I actually enjoy reading to a life coach my coach Mike Bear. Thank you so much for coming of us. I appreciate you yeah. I'm telling you it's it's unusual that you can find a book to actually just thumbing through you learn something. It makes me want to go back and read every single page. It's called best self. Be You only better from our New York Times bestseller. What's that feel like you're gonNA find out next week much so many so many rules in New New York then no one really knows how you become a best time a New York Times bestseller but you did bestself FBI? You only better from life coach my thank you for if social media didn't exist for halls what would that mean and social media didn't exist. I would probably be a lot more free about sending Lou photographs.

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"mike bear" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"Barriers. My name is michael automatic. I am a serial entrepreneur in the c._e._o. Of the deer media podcast network which is rapidly growing adding content daily across me my wife little bit grumpy today little bit nerve by me more numbers of skinny confidential michaels during high guys born everett's skinny confidential as michael said today a is about it's about one o'clock and i've already stabbed. You tried to stop you five times a lotta. This episode covers mental blocks lawrence having a mental block this morning with me. Eh she hasn't she hasn't been able to break through her and she hasn't been able to live her day as her authentic self no because michael started talking about work <unk> at six thirty in the morning today and i was not having it especially not before i ate breakfast i i don't know why couldn't you breakfast too by the way got me a few points like a good husband. Shed you didn't use the right brad. I wanted dave's killer bread and you made me crack sourdot you. I thought you love this hour ago. I do love the sourdot at certain moments anyways. I am not living my life today how the way i truly want to be. I am not tranquil. My wife is stressing me out but you know for all. Those couples goes out there that think it's just ferries rainbows all the time and relationships wrong again. Now marriage is work. Marriage is work. It's constant work in progress. What happens is. I'm a full ten. Dan in lauren has a difficult time understanding that sometimes does god really my. It's really something i struggle with daily and sell that everyone can hear you. Call yourself a ten taylor. Hope your mic on. What do you think about <hes> our marriage because i feel like you're around it and you see the e. t. s. i was laughing just a second ago because this is completely has nothing to do with the question you asked me. I just realized that i put on two different shoes. Today we walk out walk out her. The same schumer just different colors ones army was black all right well those fellows off topic but again the guy a guy really struggling with mental blocks mental barriers but yeah i mean listen. There's a lot of lords waving at me. Stop talking but there's a lot lot the of struggling and listen all if you have your car right now turn this up us men. We're out there. Were doing the right thing. We're struggling these women women. They just don't sometimes they just don't appreciate lawrence. Lashing me right now in the studio and showing you know lauren. Actually i'm wrong. You're right. If you do flash then i must admit that i'm wrong and you. He knows cancel marriage is kind of like taylor shoes <hes> once cammo and one's block. You know what i mean. It's it's mismatched. Sometimes uh-huh anyways guys. We're gonna get through. It got to this show just fine. I'm so alive so let's introduce coach mike bear who is mike bear. He is the founder in c._e._o. Of cast centers go to clinic for artists athletes executives and anyone who wants to live more authentically successfully and joyfully. He's in new york times bestselling author of the book bestself. Be you only better for dr phil fans. You may have seen mike. He is a frequent guests on the dr phil show with that. Please welcome loca coach. Mike bayer to the podcast welcome. Let's take a quick break to talk about evolving and when i'm talking about evolving evolving your skills personally sleep. This is like a number one priority for me. So skill share is this platform has over twenty thousand classes is that you can learn from the comfort of your own at home i personally i'm a huge fan of the creative section but they also have business technology and even lifestyle when you look at lord and is careers right starting in real estate her there's a bartender her as a pilates instructor me as you know running a company jet bed who's done so many different things and now podcasting you really start to see there's been an eclectic group of skills that we've had to acquire to accomplish our goals and everybody out there candidates well and especially with the tools skills. Your skill share like lawrence has more than twenty five thousand classes in accounting outing marketing sales design..

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"mike bear" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Construction closing down two lanes of telegraph north and southbound between long lake road. Square lake road and rain showers moving throughout Detroit today, please backsta cautious as you're driving on the roads. Your weather today. Showers and breezy high of sixty eight degrees tonight, partly cloudy and breezy down to a low of forty two tomorrow, mostly sunny with a high of sixty right now, cloudy and fifty five degrees. From the townhall dot com newsroom. A Detroit area man is trying to find out where a fifty five gallon drum that smashed into his car on I ninety four in Clinton township came from Mike bear Loni says it happened around six twenty AM yesterday on eastbound I ninety four between Connor and Harper and the drum came from the westbound lanes, he says the impact damage the radiator badly done to the hood and broke the windshield. The incident wasn't caught by the Michigan department of transportation cameras. Police have three men in jail and Harper woods for allegedly shooting up two houses. More suspects are still being sought. When say the shots were fired in the nineteen thousand seven hundred block of Damon just before seven thirty last night and police recovered at least twenty shell casings from several different guns. Authorities don't believe any people were shot news sponsored by D dot com. Indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and age are professionals can post job openings with screener. Questions then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher. Only at a rave the patriot FM one point five and AM fourteen hundred. Everybody's making money at it. Except you you're losing holiday business to your online competitors talk. To us at Salem, surround digital marketing experts who offer free analysis of your online.

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"mike bear" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on KGO 810

"We'll give you permission for three one for each of the last three ws. There's no way might call anyway, Washington. Fourteen to to get the top seed they won the regular season championship. Arizona states. The number two seed, they're eleven and six so those are the two that we know. Now, we go from there Utah is now in third place. They're ten and seven. So if the season ended today they've had a first-round bye. But they've got one more game. And then you have a bunch of teams and nine and eight Oregon state will play Washington state UCLA nine and eight they will play at Utah. Colorado is nine and eight they will host USC which lost to Utah tonight and Oregon the Oregon is kind of the fly in the ornament right now nine and eight they've won three straight. But they've got to play the huskies on senior day at Alaska Airlines arena. But nevertheless, Oregon still has a chance to get it by then you've got USC at eight nine Arizona eight nine they will host the Arizona state Sundell's in their rival game. To conclude the season. But they can't get a by. I'll Stanford drops to eight and ten and so there's a good chance they could play in that first game of the tournament. Eight nine depending on how everything else shakes out women's hoops tonight. Good news for Lindsey Gottlieb and the bears assay defeat. Washington state seventy seven to fifty eight and will face the Stanford cardinal for the third time this season tomorrow in the quarter-finals in Las Vegas. All right. That'll do it here from Stanford. So we'll talk to you on Wednesday to read a tip at two thirty from Las Vegas where the bears will take on TVD to be determined in the Pac twelve conference tournament. So it's this fun. I gotta tell you three in a row. Good times here for the Cal bears. We liked that. If beer's can't keep it rolling and grab a few more ws down in Las Vegas. I want to thank Mike bear. Or engineer. They can everything happened here to our right? Also, Jay snob. Aleta working things at the studio for Todd mccambridge cellini saying. And good night from Stanford for once again, the bears win it sixty four to fifty nine. That'll do it. The preceding has been a learfield. IMG college presentation of the cow bears sports.

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"mike bear" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The city of angels near the Pacific Ocean. Good morning. Good evening wherever you may d- across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later tonight, forbidden knowledge. Here's what's happening. Wilbur technology's not criminally liable in a March two thousand eighteen crash in Tempe. Arizona in which one of the companies self driving cars struck and killed a pedestrian walking across the street when this self driving vehicles smashed into her the county attorney out there said in the letter made public that there was no basis for criminal liability for over. But that the conduct of the backup driver Rafael Vasquez should be referred to Tempe. Police for additional investigation police said last year that fess quiz was streaming television show on a phone until about the time of the crash and called the incident entirely avoidable. He was apparently sitting in the car and should have been paying attention. A man who kept a nine year old lion in his backyard was found mauled to death in eastern Czech Republic. Michael prospects, father found his mangled body in the line. Cage which had been locked from the inside cheese. A man in Australia has admitted in court that he choked in air BNB guest to death over an unpaid Bill but claims he's guilty of manslaughter instead of murder. He's forty two years old. He's on trial for killing a thirty six year old person who owed him a hundred and forty nine dollars. Jeez. The national security agency is considering ending once secret surveillance program that annually collects hundreds of millions of telephone call records, including those belonging to Americans because it lacks operational value. They say terminating the product the program, which was exposed publicly by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, nearly six years ago would represent a stunning admission by the agency a group of North Korean hackers believed to be actively targeting US, businesses and critic. Infrastructure. According to a report released this week by a cybersecurity firm. Let's check in with online columnist dot coms. Dr John Curtis. Gs in the middle of that meeting. They were still doing this hacking between President Trump and Kim Jong UN John, but the hacking continued, well, I mean when you look at North Korea, it's really a mafia like organization, and they are living under some pre restrictive financial sanctions, which of course, was the reason why Trump apparently walked although notes career different terp retaliation saying, oh, well, Kim only wanted to have alleviation of sanctions that were authorized by the UN Security Council. But the bottom line is that North Korea is broke, they're starving, beer, and the way the criminal enterprise works is they happen to banking system. Not just in the US all over the world. But primarily George in the richest countries they can find like Germany like the UK. So the banking center in London or in Frankfurt, and they will hack into banks and literally transfer billions of dollars of cash out of empty coffers out in Angela institutions because they're in such desperate shape. So this is the the regime that Trump is dealing with where I mean, you have to give him credit for going the extra mile over. There wasn't just a publicity stunt if you wanted to create some kind of a dog and pony show. And you know, it's about having a fraudulent signing ceremony. He could have done it. But he realized that no deal is better than a worthless deal. And you know, they always cite the Iran nuke deal back in two thousand fifteen of handing uranian billions and billions of dollars in order to get some kind of deal from them. So I think what you're dealing with. John McAfee who's a real cybersecurity expert is on top of this. And he's advising I believe he's advising Germany right now, as to, you know, with George your Bank what they can do in order to protect themselves against these very sophisticated teams that are out there stealing primarily money out of banks doing. Well. I wonder if the president gave Kim a signed copy of his book the art of the deal. I I'm not sure about that. But I I know that part of the art of the deal is walking away from a deal and coming back to it later. But I think Trump is still practicing that although we ask Tony Schwartz. Tell you the Trump didn't write one word of that book. And you know, none of the ideas were even proud. Tony regrets writing the book now too. All right. Thanks, john. John's website online columnists dot com. All the store Kohl's KOA Chelsea thinks it can draw customers by shrinking stores and leasing out space to gyms in supermarkets on Tuesday. They said they would lease out space to planet fitness next to ten of its stores in two thousand nineteen and if the experiment takes off colds would expand the partnership two more locations, but they're getting smacked around by Amazon as so many other bricks and mortar retail stores are an asteroid is big as a jumbo jet made a close fly by birth yesterday were okay, it missed us by some two hundred seventy four thousand miles. But maybe it's just a matter of when will get hit. Let's check in with space expert, Mike bear, Mike. What do you think about asteroids? Anyways, you think it's just a matter of time. Well, yeah, it is a matter of time. And I mean, it does scare that scares the heck out of me charge. Because I mean, you know, we know as fairly recently as possibly the Gusta that in nineteen hundred eight which probably was that exploded in mid air that they can do incredible damage, even if they're very small like this went depending on what they're made of the energy, and and the, compression and everything that takes place if they detonate now if this thing was as big as say, the Commodore asteroids that caused the the younger dryest impact event back about twelve thousand years ago. I mean, it could basically changing entire climate of the earth into a to put us back into into an ice age for twelve hundred thirteen hundred years. So even if it isn't an extinction level event, even if it isn't one of these horrible massive worldwide extinctions that we would see I mean, even smaller asteroids, which are very very hard to spot track. Could cause absolute devastation, especially if they they. Struck a US city or a city anywhere in the world. I mean, if that if that Gaza that have taken place over Moscow Moscow would have been completely wiped off off the map. So it's it's pretty frightening. And the thing is we don't seem to be doing all that much to try to do not just track these things, but to figure out ways to shoot them down blow the mob what they're deflect their trajectory. We're just not really doing very much talk kind of like the power grid. We're not doing anything to protect the US power grid. And I just don't get it one day something's going to happen bike and you'll be on this program. Saying see I told you so folks not that's sad. Mike. Thank you. Mike. Sue website. Mike, baron, B A R A dot com. Your heart can be damaged after a sad event in invade. Maybe your brains doing, according to experts Swiss researchers have been studying people with a rare and unusual condition called broken heart syndrome. It's unbelievable. The say the weakening and failing of the heart happened suddenly often after. Stressful or emotional events such as bereavement story at coast to coast, AM dot com. Loch Ness monster has been spotted twice in the last five days. It's an amazing story. Go read it at coast to coast AM dot com up next Floride in our water, Paul Khanna joins us. And we'll talk about that next on coast to coast AM..

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"mike bear" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on WTVN

"Sean Kearney joins me on guitar and Boris Livshits on the upright acoustic bass, we've got Saft brewing in tonight owner Jim Gauguin Bach is in along with operations manager Christmas. We'll get back with them. Talk about some of their other brew varieties. They've brought and what they've got available. Not only their top room. Taproom in talian village and stuff that you could pick up an retail location as well. Let's talk with Sean just a little bit. I and Sean once again, thanks for coming back and pinch hitting on a short notice. We had a cancellation. So thanks for filling in tonight. Appreciate it. Always my pleasure to be here. Dave what kind of upcoming gigs? He got off this weekend. So enjoying the weekend at home. Plans just gonna sleep mostly just cleaning up, and I just read something today that said for people that think to get extra sleep on the weekend. If you if you don't get enough sleep during the week that extra sleep on the weekend doesn't do any good messes up your metabolism. And just makes you fat. Prime candidate of that. Not trying to buzzkill your weekend and go ahead and sleep if you want, but so next gig is when Tuesday night, actually, we're on a big mardi gras party. An adult that would be fat Tuesday fat Tuesday. Let's see what you're up to their at Natalie's. And it's going to be part of my blues fray Tuesday series. Okay. And that's that's the series that we run on the first Tuesday of each month at Natalie's. And then the last time was that when you had Lindsey beaver Lindsey beaver, and how did that go was sold out. So it was a great show. And it was my first Lindsey vivere experience, and she kicked my butt. And I think she kicked all our butts and she signed with alligator Russia's years alligator, we'll be hearing more from the blue seen. I'm sure and then are you still making their road trip up to Cleveland, you you still do that? I'm actually heading up next weekend. A band that I work with called the on the one band, and it's a mentoring program that's run by the Cleveland treatment center. And it's a youth outreach program that I've been a part of now for about three years, and you brought Boris with you tonight Boris is playing the standup acoustic bass, and how did you guys get hooked up? And you know, give us a little insight on that real, man. Well, Boris, I hooked got hooked up through. A good friend of ours. A mutual friend, Mike bear, Sean and we've been playing together for geez. I dunno. What about four years now? Okay..

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"mike bear" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"And we have another very special guest that has joined us in studio the very larger than life. Yes. A life coach himself, Mike. Bayer my saying Mike bear. Yeah. They're the ass. Yeah. Such a huge fan of yours when I found out you were coming on because I've seen you on Dr Phil I know you've worked with like jaylo who's like my ultimate hero and idol. And so I'm super excited about this. You have an amazing backstory, which I know a little bit about. And I guess can you give us a little bit of a history as to how you became who. You are today because it's such a powerful story in your journey is so incredible touching. Grab me too and talking to you from afar. Only about three thousand miles. Yeah. Well, cold. I mean, I think we all we all have stories and kind of where we ended up today. So a little bit about mine is I grew up in Orange County, California grew up in athlete win to a high school called modern day, which is a big athletic school. Grateful monarch. Yes, the monarchs sport. Did you play basketball and football player? I was just about set up. Yeah. I couldn't I had to work. I would say I I did a lot of pump fakes I wasn't a so much, you know, donkey on people, but whatever he thinks. And so I went as a walk on the Fordham, I was already partying in high school. But by the time, I went out to New York. I got heavily addicted to drugs and even more. So which was just talking to someone earlier today. Just interesting since marijuana's been legal the amount of people we see who come in with marijuana problems as opposed to before has just kind of interesting jumped up. Yeah. Yeah. It's jumped up a lot. Really? Yeah. Yeah. I know a lot of people don't want to believe it. But I mean, it makes sense. I see more people in our. Yeah. In terms of more people losing themselves and being depressed or anxious or paranoid. I mean, a lot of people who started smoking two three years ago. So they're they're they're in their thirties where as before when it wasn't legal used to see young adults or people have been doing number twenty plus years. So anyways, I mean long story short addicted to math. And eventually went through treatment a few times the last time I went through this final program. And when I got sober almost seventeen years ago. I started working as a counselor that evolved, I started doing interventions. I started getting flown around the world really to help people who are in crisis and didn't wanna get well. And then I opened up a treatment center in West Hollywood called cast centers. And yeah, just my careers of all the lot..

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"mike bear" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Welcome to coast to coast AM later tonight Bigfoot. Here's what's happening. Russia will respond to any US deployment of short or intermediate range nuclear weapons in Europe by targeting not only the countries where they are stationed. But the United States itself according to President Vladimir Putin in his toughest remarks yet on a potential new arms race. Putin said Russia was not seeking confrontation would not take the first step. Hm? And Warren, Michigan thousands of pieces of mail went undelivered in mccone county, Michigan according to investigators, apparently a postal employee has these kept back fifteen thousand pieces of mail over the last few months just felt that you wanted to do that. The risk of having a heart attack appears to be rising among young women. According to a new study, and researchers are still trying to figure out why it's happening. I thought we check in with Christian wild, the author of Irish book called hidden causes of heart attack, and stroke and website is my heart book dot com. Christian. You did a little investigating force. Have you found any reason why younger women might be getting heart attacks more than most? Yes, I have it appears that some of the things that we've heard about for years are not being implemented and the findings of this study George opened a whole new chapter and emphasis for women's heart disease prevention and a call to be more proactive in taking steps to avoid the it 'cause of four hundred and thirty two thousand female deaths per year from heart disease. Well, it's a lot of people, isn't it. Yup. Thirty five to fifty four. It's climb twenty-seven percent. They say, yeah. And it just snuck up on them. This year study found those statistics and associate director for the prevention of cardiovascular disease at Johns Hopkins. Dr Aaron Michaels told CNN this is a very important study. He said the main message George to women is you shouldn't think you're too young for a heart attack. Now, we all know, we all know that men have many more heart attacks than women, but women who still consider this a man's disease might be doing themselves a great disservice. Why not taking their own risk seriously and getting proper diagnostics and bloodwork men do have more heart attacks. They have them in their early years, however, women's surpass them in the number of heart attacks as they get older, particularly. When they lose the protective emphasis on estrogen which is cardio protective in going through menopause. They lose that ability. But what makes this study where a dressing tonight unique is that it addresses the risk to younger women. So what reasons as you ask George were identified in this study that could help younger women avoid ever becoming a heart attack statistic. Smoking diabetes to too much time behind the desk. Not finding enough time for exercise. Another factor was not monitoring once cholesterol levels, not seeking medical advice because they think they might be immune and a strong factor was controlling blood pressure possibly stress related and now that the new college of cardiology American heart assoc. Amend it? They'll blood pressure guidelines for the proper blood pressure for all of us men and women adults and young with the agencies believe that these new changes of just ten points will literally save millions of us over ten years. And of course, the younger women who were targeted in. This study is so important and Christians website, my heart, book dot com and take a look at some of the new things he's put together, including his CW heart support, which hopefully could help some of you out. Thanks christian. Samsung Electronics is unveiled nearly a new two thousand dollar full dean smartphone in a bid the top the technology of apple and Chinese rivals and reignite consumer interest in a massive consumer electronics category that at its worst sales year ever that's kind of interesting if folding smartphone as we reported yesterday scientists have found. Found discovered three hundred thousand more galaxies. And that means millions of more stars and probably planets all over the place bestselling author Mike bear with us, Mike. This is an incredible discovery. How big is this universe? Anyways. Well, georgia. I mean, you look at information like this, and you just have to conclude its it's incident. I mean, there's so much. This is just a tiny tiny fraction of the sky that was examined with a radio telescope, and and a team of astronomers look at all the information, you know, eighteen different countries now three hundred thousand three hundred thousand new galaxy that they've never seen before in this tiny little section, and when you if you assume that our galaxy the milky way's average, that's like four hundred billion stars times three hundred thousand and how many billions of those those stars have habitable planets like the earth, and how many of those have life. I mean, really. It's actually absolutely my boggling. We simply can't conceive of how big the universe really is. And how long it's been here. And and what it is. I mean, let's face reality. We don't have a clue what this universe is all about why any of us are here. And it's just stuff like this is just it. It just gets me. So. Excited because anything is possible and anything could be out there. So when people say can't be a face on Mars or pyramids on the mood, my answers, like give me a break. I mean, look at all this stuff this expanse that we're looking at now does this up the odds for the possibility of life out there? Of course, it does. Because it just simply means that there's even first of all we already had this amazing amount of of stars and planets to work with just our own galaxy begin multiply that by hundreds of thousands of billions of times, and it there's gotta be life. And I'm I'm really positive a lot of it's been here and visit us before. And if not visiting us right now, you got it Mike, thanks so much. Have you ever wondered if somebody's telling the truth, just my hearing them in a moment? Peter. Hi, it back with us on coast to coast wise is a serpent gentle as a dove dealing with deception. We're going to talk about people who make deceptive statements and Peter will give. Us some tips on how to discover that..

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KNST AM 790

06:53 min | 2 years ago

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"In his toughest remarks yet on a potential new arms race. Putin said Russia was not seeking confrontation would not take the first step. Hm? In Warren, Michigan thousands of pieces of mail went undelivered in McComb county, Michigan according to investigators, apparently a postal employee has kept back fifteen thousand pieces of mail over the last few months just felt that you wanted to do that the risk of having a heart attack appears to be rising among young women. According to a new study, and researchers are still trying to figure out why it's happening. I thought we check in with Christian wild, the author of Irish book called hidden causes of heart attack, stroke and website is my heart book dot com. Christian. You did a little investigating force. Have you found any reason why younger women might be getting heart attacks more than most? Yes, I have it appears that some of the things that we've heard about for years they're not being implemented and the findings of this study George opened a whole new chapter and emphasis for. Women's heart disease prevention and a call to be more proactive in taking steps to avoid this definite cause of four hundred and thirty two thousand female deaths per year from heart disease. Well, it's a lot of people, isn't it. Yup. In the age of thirty five to fifty four. It's climbed twenty seven percent. They say, yeah. It just snuck up on him. This twenty year study found those statistics and associate director for the prevention of cardiovascular disease at Johns Hopkins. Dr Aaron Michaels told CNN this is a very important study. He said the main message George to women is you shouldn't think you're too young for a heart attack. Now, we all know, we all know that men have many more heart attacks than women, but women who still consider this a man's disease might be doing themselves a great disservice. Why not taking their own risk seriously in getting proper diagnostics and bloodwork men do have more heart attacks or they have them in their early years. Our women's surpass them in the number of heart attacks as they get older, particularly when they lose the protective emphasis on estrogen which is cardio protective and then going through menopause. They lose that ability. But what makes this study where addressing tonight unique is that it addresses the risk to younger women? So what reasons as you ask George were identified in this study that could help younger women avoid ever becoming a heart attack statistic. Smoking diabetes to too much time behind the desk. Not finding enough time for exercise. Another factor was not monitoring once cholesterol levels, not seeking medical advice because they think they might be immune and a strong factor was controlling blood pressure possibly stress related and now that the new college of cardiology and Heart Association amended. They'll blood pressure guidelines for the proper blood pressure for all of us men and women adults in young with the agencies believe that these new changes have just ten points will literally save millions of us over ten years. And of course, the younger women who were targeted in. This study is so important and Christians website, my heart, book dot com and take a look at some of the new thinks he's put together, including his CW heart support, which hopefully could help some of you out. Thanks christian. Samsung Electronics has unveiled nearly a new two thousand dollars. Folding smartphone in a bid the top the technology of apple and Chinese rivals and reignite consumer interest in a massive consumer electronics category that at its worst sales year ever that's kind of interesting if folding smartphone as we reported yesterday, scientists have found discovered three hundred thousand more galaxies. And that means millions of more stars and probably planets all over the place bestselling author Mike bear with us, Mike. This is an incredible discovery. How big is this universe? Anyways. Well, georgia. I mean, you look at information like this, and you just have to conclude its it's incident. I mean, there's so much. This is just a tiny tiny fraction of the sky that was examined with a radio telescope and a team of astronomers look at all the information, you know, were eighteen different countries, and they found three hundred thousand three hundred thousand new galaxy that they've never seen before in this kind of old section, and when if you assume that our galaxy the milky way's average, that's like four hundred billion stars times three hundred thousand and how many billions of those those stars have habitable planets like the earth, and how many of those have life. I mean, really, it's actually absolutely mind boggling, we simply can't conceive of how big the universe really is. And how long it's been here. And and what it is. I mean, let's face reality. We don't have a clue what this universe is. About why any of us are here. And it's just like this is just it. It just gets me so excited because anything is possible and anything could be out there. So when people say, you can't be a base on Mars or pyramids on the mood at my answers. Like give me a break. I mean, look at all this stuff this expanse that we're looking at now does this up the odds for the possibility of life out there? Of course, it does. Because it just simply means that there's even first of all we already had this amazing amount of of stars and planets to work with just our own galaxy begin multiply that by hundreds of thousands of billions of times, and it there's gotta be life. But I'm I'm really positive a lot of it's been here. And visit us before if not visiting us right now, you got it, Mike. Thanks so much. Have you ever wondered if somebody's telling the truth just by hearing them in a moment? Peter. Hi, it back with us on coast to coast wisest serpent gentle as a dove dealing with deception. We're going to talk about people who make deceptive statements and Peter will give us some tips on how to discover that..

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KTOK

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome to coast to coast AM later tonight Bigfoot. Here's what's happening. Russia will respond to any US deployment of short or intermediate range nuclear weapons in Europe by targeting not only the countries were they are stationed but the United States itself, according to President Vladimir Putin in his toughest remarks yet on a potential new arms race. Putin said Russia was not seeking confrontation would not take the first step. In Warren, Michigan thousands of pieces of mayo went undelivered in mccone county, Michigan according to investigators, apparently a postal employee has the kept back fifteen thousand pieces of mail over the last few months just felt that you wanted to do that. The risk of having a heart attack appears to be rising among young women. According to a new study, and researchers are still trying to figure out why it's happening. I thought we check in with Christian wild, the author of a book called hidden causes of heart attack, and stroke and website is my heart book dotcom, Kristin you did a little investigating force. Have you found any reason why younger women might be getting heart attacks more than most? Yes, I have it appears that some of the things that we've heard about for years are not being implemented and the findings of this study George open a whole new chapter and emphasis for women's heart disease prevention and a call to be more proactive in taking steps to avoid this definite cause of four hundred and thirty two thousand female deaths per year from heart disease. Well, it's a lot of people, isn't it. Yup. In the age of thirty five to fifty four. It's climbed twenty-seven percent. They say, yeah. And it just snuck up on him this twenty year study found those statistics and associate director for the prevention of cardiovascular disease at Johns Hopkins. Dr Aaron Michaels told CNN this is a very important study. He said the main message George to women is you shouldn't think you're too young for a heart attack. Now, we all know, we all know that men have many more heart attacks than women, but women who still consider this a man's disease might be doing themselves a great disservice. Why not taking their own risk seriously and getting proper diagnostics and bloodwork men do have more heart attacks or they have them in their early years wherever women surpass them in the number of heart attacks as they get older, particularly. When they lose the protective emphasis on estrogen which is cardio protective and then going through menopause. They lose that ability. But what makes this study where addressing tonight unique is that it addresses the risk to younger women? So what reasons has you ask George were identified in this study that could help younger women avoid ever becoming a heart attack statistic. Smoking diabetes to too much time behind the desk. Not finding enough time for exercise. Another factor was not monitoring once cholesterol levels, not seeking medical advice because they think they might be immune and a strong factor was controlling blood pressure possibly stress related and now that the new college of cardiology and American assoc. Amend it? They'll blood pressure guidelines for the proper blood pressure for all of us men and women adults in young with the agencies believe that these new changes of just ten points. Well, literally save millions of us over ten years. And of course, the younger women who were targeted in this study, so important and Christians website, my heart book dot com and take a look at some of the new thinks he's put together, including his CW heart support, which hopefully could help some of you out. Thanks christian. Samsung Electronics is unveiled nearly a new two thousand dollar folding smartphone in a bid the top the technology of apple and Chinese rivals and reignite consumer interest in a massive consumer electronics category that at its worst sales year ever that's kind of interesting folding smartphone. As we reported yesterday. Scientists have found. Found discovered three hundred thousand more galaxies. And that means millions of more stars and probably planets all over the place bestselling author Mike bear with us, Mike. This is an incredible discovery. How big is this universe? Anyways. Well, georgia. I mean, you look at information like this and concluded its incident. I mean, there's so much. This is just a tiny tiny fraction of the sky that was examined with a radio telescope, and and a team of astronomers looking all the information in over eighteen different countries, and they found three hundred thousand three hundred thousand new galaxy that they'd never seen before in this tiny little section when he if you assume that our galaxy the milky way's average, that's like four hundred billion stars times three hundred thousand and how many billions of those those stars have habitable planets like the earth, and how many of those have life. I mean, really it's actually. Absolutely my boggling. We simply can't conceive of how big the universe really is. And how long it's been here. And and what it is. I mean, let's face reality. We don't have a clue what this universe is all about why any of us are here. And it just sounds like this is just it. It just gets me so excited because anything is possible and anything could be out there. So when people say to can't be a face on Mars or pyramids on the moon, my answers, like give me a break. I mean, look at all this stuff this expanse that we're looking at now does this up the odds for the possibility of life out there? Well, of course, it does. Because it just simply means that there's even first of all we already had this amazing amount of of stars and planets to work with just our own galaxy begin multiply that by hundreds of thousands of billions of times, and there's gotta be life. But I'm I'm really positive a lot of it's been here and visited us before if not visiting us right now, you got it, Mike. Thanks so much. Have you ever wondered if somebody's telling the truth just by hearing them in a moment? Peter. Hi, it back with us on coast to coast wise as a serpent gentle as a dove dealing with deception. We're going to talk about people who make deceptive statements and Peter will give us some tips on how to discover that..

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KFI AM 640

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Spread by cats. That is carried by two billion people may lead to schizophrenia. According to researchers talk plasma Gandhi, which can spread to people through contact with cat litter trays and eating uncooked meat is usually harmless. But now the largest study of its kind is found that having the parasite could raise the risk of developing schizophrenia by fifty percents. So if you ever cat just be careful early risers or less likely to suffer mental health problems than those who prefer to lie in bed. According to a major genetic study right there at least eight and it's going to climb have been reported in the United States as the deadly polar vortex. With frigid Arctic temperatures, slam the mid west and headed east on Wednesday. The polar vortex has caused temperatures to drop much farther south than usual. Temperatures in certain areas of the midwest comparable or below those in Antarctica were the Adleman San Scott, south pole station, hit minus twenty five degrees. Robert Felix author of not by fire but by ice back with us again. Boy, it's going to let up by the weekend. Robert. But it's treacherous right now for people. Oh, man. I can't even keep up George. There's there's gonna be more than two hundred million Americans who are going to endure endure below freezing temperatures, but below freezing. But there's more than eighty three million Americans will suffer some zero temporal powers. Yet powers gone out thousands of Minnesota's Minnesota's have had the coldest night in a generation. They've lost their electric power. And now, Minnesota the Minnesota utility is asked their customers to lower the service. They stats to prophetic guests short using too much natural gas, aren't they? Yeah. They lose their electric city. And then they use lose their natural gas and. They're probably glad they're not depending on solar heaters tonight. You got that? Right. Robertson website ice age, now dot info. Thanks, robert. Well, as we reported last night apple has now disabled our group chat function in FaceTime after users set a software bug could let callers activate another person's microphone remotely bizarre story there in Park City. Utah attendees at this year's Sundance film festival or getting a first look at never before seen footage from the first moon landing mission. It's amazing. Let's check in with one of our science advisers, Mike bear author of dark mission. Mike, it's an incredible story. Why do people still think we didn't go to the moon? Wow. That's a really good question. I think because there's so many people that have been born since the event they don't remember watching it on television. So it doesn't seem real to them. You know, what I mean, they see things and they they they try to. Explain don't understand because face it. I mean, they don't have a lot of science education in schools anymore, at least at to the high school level. So people are really poorly educated. They don't really they don't have the personal experience of having watched the whole thing. And then there's a lot of internet charlatans out there that are making, you know, these YouTube videos are getting them a lot of us getting them a lot of subscriptions to their various company websites corporate websites, and that's really all I care about. They don't really care what they're putting forward is true or not. And you know to me it's a real disservice to the guys that researcher lives to go to the moon. I think so too. And what's this latest in this film footage the Sundance? Yeah. It's really incredible. There's a new film. It's a ninety three minute documentary, and it was put together from a bunch of new footage. Absolutely. That they found a lot of wide angle shots. He has Saturn five launch and the Apollo mission itself. It's never been processed before never really been looked at a bunch of sixty five million. Millimeter footage that hadn't ever got made it out of NASA and eleven thousand hours of audio recordings. And the interesting thing about those some of these audio recordings they're from different guys in mission control. And you know, there's always been stories out there that Armstrong and Aldrin secretly contacted their their their medical channel their secret medical enough frequencies. You know, the guys at NASA and said, you know, there's your phone here on the moon and there were staring right out of them. Gosh. I sure hope and pray that those communications are are true that that information was included in some of these audio recordings talk, potentially quite an extraordinary treasure child. Because you've got this great documentary, and then all this other data. It's never really been listened to look for sounds exciting. Thanks, mike. Well, as we reported yesterday US gun sales are down six point one percent in two thousand eighteen extending now for the second straight year of declines. Consumer gun sales affect a forty billion dollar industry of manufacturers. So what's going on there and somewhat latest research, pending gun control legislation out there on Capitol Hill in a moment. John Lott with us author of more guns less crime on coast to coast a..

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NewsRadio KFBK

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Parasites spread by cats. That is carried by two billion people made lead to schizophrenia. According to researchers talk so plasma Gandhi, which can spread to people through contact with cat litter trays and eating uncooked meat is usually harmless. But now the largest study of its kind is found that having the parasite could raise the risk of developing schizophrenia by fifty percents. So if you ever cat just be careful early risers or less likely to suffer mental health problems than those who prefer to lie in bed. According to a major genetic study right there at least eight and it's going to climb have been reported in the United States as the deadly polar vortex. With frigid Arctic temperatures, slam the mid west and headed east on Wednesday. The polar vortex has caused temperatures to drop much farther south. South than usual with temperatures in certain areas of the midwest comparable or below those in Antarctica were the Adleman San Scott, south pole station, hit minus twenty five degrees. Robert Felix author of not by fire, but by ice back with us again, boy, it's gonna let up by the weekend. Robert, but it's treacherous right now for people. Oh, man. I can't even keep up George. There's there's gonna be more than two hundred million Americans who are going to endure endure below freezing temperatures, but below freezing. But there's more than eighty three million Americans will suffer subzero temperatures powers. Yep. Powers gone out thousands of Minnesota's Minnesota's have had the coldest night in a generation. They've lost their electric power. And now, Minnesota the Minnesota utility is asked their customers to lower the service. They stats to prevent a gas shortage. Oh my gosh. Yeah. They're using too much natural gas, aren't they? Yeah. They lose their electric, and then they lose their natural gas and boy. They're probably glad they're not depending on solar heaters tonight. You got that? Right. Robertson website ice age, now dot info. Thanks, robert. Well, as we reported last night apple has now disabled our group chat function and FaceTime after users set a software bug could let callers activate another person's microphone remotely bizarre story there in Park City. Utah attendees at this year's Sundance film festival or getting a first look at never before seen footage from the first moon landing mission. It's amazing. Let's check in with one of our science advisers, Mike bear author of dark mission. Mike, it's an incredible story. Why do people still think we didn't go to the moon? Wow. That's a really good question. I think because there's so many people that have been born since the event they don't remember watching it on television. So it doesn't seem real to them. Yeah. I mean, they see things, and they they they try to explain the most don't understand because let's face it. I mean, they don't have a lot of science education in schools anymore, at least at the knob to the high school level. So people are really poorly educated. They aren't really, you know, they don't have any personal experience of having watched the whole thing. And then there's a lot of internet charlatans out there that are making these YouTube videos are getting them a lot of us getting them a lot of subscriptions to their various company websites corporate websites, and that's really all I care about. They don't really care what they're putting forward is true or not. And you know to me it's a real disservice to the guys that researcher lives to go to the moon. I think so too. And what's this latest in this film footage that they're walking out in Sundance? Yeah. It's really incredible. There's a new film. It's ninety three minute documentary. And it was put together from a bunch of new footage after that they found a lot of wide angle shots of the Saturn five launch and the Apollo mission itself. It's never been processed before never really been looked at a found a bunch of sixty five million millimeter footage that hadn't ever got made it out of NASA and eleven thousand hours of audio recordings of the interesting thing about those some of these audio recordings they're from different guys in mission control. And you know, there's always been historians out there that Armstrong and Aldrin secretly contacted their their their medical channel to their secret medical frequencies. You know, the guys at NASA and said, you know, there's. Here on the moon and there were staring right at him. Gosh. I sure hope and pray that those communications are are true that that information was included in some of these audio recordings socks potentially quite an extraordinary tragic because you've got this great documentary, and then all this other data. That's never really been listened to our look for sounds exciting. Thanks, Mike while as we reported yesterday US gun sales are down six point one percent in two thousand eighteen extending now for the second straight year of declines consumer gun sales affect a forty billion dollar industry manufacturers. So what's going on there and some latest research, pending gun control legislation out there on Capitol Hill in a moment. John Lott with us author of more guns less crime on coast to coast AM..

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KNST AM 790

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Your psychic ability news. And here's what's happening. Foods recalling thirty six thousand four hundred twenty pounds of chicken nuggets because rubber may actually be in them. Federal officials are urging consumers to check the back of the freezer and dump any Tyson white meat panko chicken nuggets produced on November twenty six. Of two thousand eighteen. Just remember that. A common. Parasite spread by cats. That is carried by two billion people made lead to schizophrenia. According to researchers talk so plasma Gandhi, which can spread to people through contact with cat litter trays and eating uncooked meat is usually harmless. But now the largest study of its card is found that having the parasite could raise the risk of developing schizophrenia by fifty percent. So if you ever cat just be careful early risers or less likely to suffer mental health problems than those who prefer to lie in bed. According to a major genetic study right there at least eight months, and it's going to climb have been reported in the United States as the deadly polar vortex. With frigid Arctic temperatures, slam the mid west and headed east on Wednesday. The polar vortex has caused temperatures to drop much farther south than usual with ten. In certain areas of the midwest comparable or below those in Antarctica were the Adnan, San Scott, south pole station, hit minus twenty five degrees. Robert Felix author of not by fire but by ice back with us again. Boy, it's going to let up by the weekend. Robert, but it's treacherous right now for people. Oh, man. I can't even keep up George. There's there's gonna be more than two hundred million Americans who are going to endure endure below freezing temperatures, but below freezing. But there's more than eighty three million Americans will suffer subzero temper powers, given minor powers gone out thousands of Minnesota's Minnesota's have had the coldest night in a generation. They've lost their electric power. And now Minnesota Minnesota utility is asked their customers to lower the service. They steps to prevent a guests short. Oh my gosh. Yeah. They're using too much natural gas, aren't they? Yeah. They lose their electric, and then they lose their natural gas and boy. They're probably glad they're not depending on solar heaters tonight. You got that? Right. Robert Sawyer website ice age, now dot info. Thanks, robert. Well, as we reported last night apple has now disabled our group chat function and FaceTime after users set a software bug could let callers activate another person's microphone remotely bizarre story there in Park City. Utah attendees at this year's Sundance film festival or getting a first look at never before seen footage from the first moon landing mission. It's amazing. Let's check in with one of our science advisers, Mike bear author of dark mission. Mike, it's an incredible story. Why do people still think we didn't go to the moon? Wow. That's a really good question. I think because there's so many people that have been born since the event they don't remember watching it on television. So it doesn't seem real to them. You know, what I mean, they see things, and they they they try to explain the most don't understand because his face it. I mean, they don't have a lot of science education in schools anymore, at least at the nopd to the high school level. So people are really poorly educated. They aren't really, you know, they don't have a personal experience of having watched the whole thing. And then there's a lot of internet charlatans out there that are making, you know, these YouTube videos are getting them a lot of us getting them a lot of subscriptions to their various company websites corporate websites, and that's really all I care about. They don't really care if what they're putting forward is true or not. And you know to me it's a real disservice to the guys that researcher lives to go to the moon. I think so too. And what's this latest in this film footage that the captain Sundance? Yeah. It's really incredible. There's a new film. It's a ninety three minute documentary. And it was put together from a bunch of new footage actually that they found a lot of wide angle shots at the Saturn five launch and the Apollo mission itself. It's never been processed before never really been looked at they found a bunch of sixty five millimeter footage that hadn't ever got made it out of NASA and eleven thousand hours, Ahmadi recordings. And the interesting thing about those some of these audio recordings they're from different guys in mission control. And you know, there's always been historians out there that Armstrong and Aldrin secretly contacted their their through their medical channel who their secret medical frequencies. You know, the guys at NASA and said, you know, there's UFO's here on the moon in we're staring right at him. And gosh, I sure hope and pray that those communications are are true that that information was included in some of these audio recordings talks, potentially quite an extraordinary tragic because you've got this great documentary, and then all this other data that's never really been listening. To look for sounds exciting. Thanks, Mike while as we reported yesterday US gun sales are down six point one percent in two thousand eighteen extending now for the second straight year of declines consumer gun sales affect a forty billion dollar industry of manufacturers. So what's going on there? And some what latest research pending gun control legislation out there on Capitol Hill in a moment. John Lott with us author of more guns less crime on coast to coast AM. Getting.

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KLIF 570 AM

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Military commission. They're made the remarks during a meeting in Beijing with the Admiral John Richardson, the chief of naval operations, China sees Taiwan as part of its territory to be reunified despite the two sides being ruled separately since they split in one thousand nine hundred forty nine after a civil war. The self-ruled island has its own currency flag and government, but is not recognized as an independent state by the UN. This could be a problem. We have an agreement with Taiwan that will defend them. You just heard what China has to say about that. As a new caravan that began in Honduras and quickly swelled to an estimated two thousand people. Made its way toward Mexico on Tuesday Mexicans who live along the border towns say they will likely be mostly affected, and they took to the internet to lash out against another wave of migrants. They're interesting story. Enjoy the market calm for now. Morgan Stanley thinks another storm is coming the S and P five hundred will soon suffer a re-test of the lows from Christmas Eve because of the shrinking earnings estimates and mounting economic concerns. According to the investment Bank, and the government shutdown continues, and that's Brown to have an effect as well. Howard bloom noted author of the global brain with us Howard, this shutdown is getting a little out of hand, isn't it very much. So as of tonight, the shutdown of the US government and the abuse of the abuse of eight hundred thousand federal employees has set a record longest previous in history lasted twenty one days that was back in nineteen ninety five but this shutdown has continued for twenty. Eighty six days nearly twenty five percent longer and the White House shutdown continuing until the end of February the shutdown has been forced upon us in the name of national security. And ironically, the very thing the shutdown hurts the most is you guessed it national security thirteen thousand FBI agents are working without pay fifty four thousand border patrol agents and customs officers are working without pay. So are the guards in federal prisoners. The president's secret service officers the coastguard, sailors has stopped drug shipments. The firefighters who fought the recent blazes in California and airport security screeners. Now, remember terrorists do not enter the United States the Mexican border. They answer at airports and our security at airports degrading day by day this week, so far the number of TSA employees is calling in sick has been twice its average. And it's been predicted that many TSA airport employees will abandon their jobs and look for ROY reliable paychecks. Elsewhere, thanks to a shortage of TSA officers for. Airports have already been forced to cut down the number of security screening line leading to ninety minute waits baggage checks for balls are not the only security measures the shutdown threatens air traffic controllers are working without pay. And these guys handle eighty seven thousand flights a day eighty seven thousands life without pay. Then there's the fact that most of the department of homeland security has been shot, and meanwhile, the food rugged ministration food inspections have been cut back many of the inspections of protect you against outbreaks of salmonella e-coli are not happening and against peanut. There's a new drug against peanut allergy's. But it's in limbo threatening stability of the company that has developed the drug and brought to market in other words, thanks to this shutdown. You are less safe than you were three weeks ago. But this shutdown is open chinks in our nation's protective armor chinks through which we can be attacked by terrorists and criminals, the most important impact of this shutdown is on government employees now one TSA employee explained that his Bank account has a negative. Balance. He has food for only two weeks has no idea of how we will get groceries after that. And he does not have enough gas to make the two gallon trip to work in back. Then there's the impact of the shutdown. I want to be institutions conservatives prize the most the family financial crises destroy relationships. They drive, husbands and wives apart. They turned fathers mothers into bickering monsters. They create toxic hells for children's health whose ravages many of those children will carry for the rest of their lives. Financial crises undermine the emotional foundations of our lives and the White House is deliberately torturing close to a million people with a simply family destroyer, the lack of a paycheck. That's why the government is now being sued by the American federation of government employees, the national treasury employees union, the FBI agents union and seven veterans groups. Yes. One hundred fifty thousand veterans are government employees. Now wonder. The FBI agents union says point blank that this shutdown is harming America's national security, no doubt. And I don't really see an end in sight unless these two parties get together and work this out pretty darn fast. In the past few decades. It is clear that Catholic clergy or witnessing a mushrooming demand for extra systems and astonishing number of people undergo deliverance from demonic forces every week not only in the developing world, but also in Britain and the United States, and it is growing. Cernan has published its idea for a successor to the large Hadron collider, given the working name of the future circular collider. That's what they want to call it. The Geneva base particle physics research center is proposing an accelerator that is almost four times longer in ten times more powerful. They wanna look for new subatomic particles by twenty fifty fifty long. Ways away, researchers calculate the average adult logs six hours, forty three minutes of total screen time daily on the computer watching television and all that six hours, forty three minutes a day as we've been reporting China, of course, landed a incredible Rover on the dark side of the moon the far side, but a lot of Kim conspiracy theorists are saying it's not there. It's a fake. Let's check in with our one of our science advisers, Mike bear on this one Mike is this even possible. Are are you are you arguing that? I'm not a conspiracy theorist not you not you. This is not really much of anything not not fake. And after looking at some pictures, just you're in the last couple of hours of the Rover, the one that he's pointing to and someone's from the previous machine this Rovers called YouTube to probably makes Bano really happy. But nobody was called you to and it also had this line of a bright light. Now, what's happening is look at this. You know, these things that Rovers happy little solar panels on him and one of them is generally flat. The other one's kind of droopy, and what seems to happen is that as this thing rolls around the moon. What you can see is that there's a shadow cast, especially in a certain way in the sun hits it at a certain angle. Now, not right in alignment with that. Is this bright stripe of of ground, and it's exactly as wide pretty much the Rover or the panels are so what's happening is the sun is hitting hitting Sam. Very bright reflective surface. And then that is being reflected back through the little slots in the solar panel onto the ground. Again, you can even see it in the the tank three missions a couple of years ago. You've got the same exact thing. And it's always a line know hundred and eighty degrees in the shadow. It's it's basically right in line with the shadow. So I don't think it's a fake tape stripe on the ground or anything like that. I think pretty clearly it's it's just the sunlight reflecting off the two Rovers. It's up there doing what it's supposed to do. I guess yet. All right. Thanks. Mike's website his name, Mike, Barra dot com. Actress Carol Channing dead at the age of ninety seven she starred on Broadway in the hit. Hello, Dolly and went off to do some other incredible things very talented person. They're up next. We're going to talk about how science may be screwing up evidence and testimony and convicting people who might not have committed the crime one such case, of course, is a mother guilty in the. Fire deaths of three children back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. The story is called burned next on coast to coast AM..

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"mike bear" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The city of angels near the Pacific Ocean. Good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. And welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight miracle in the cage fascinating story. Here's what's happening. A senior Chinese military official warning the US navy against any interference in support of Taiwan's independence, saying that China would defend its plane to the island at any cost. Not good news. The general a member of the central military commission. They're made the remarks during a meeting in Beijing with the Admiral John Richardson, the chief of naval operations, China sees Taiwan as part of its territory to be reunified despite the two sides being ruled separately since they split in nineteen forty nine after a civil war. The self-ruled island has its own currency flag and government, but is not recognized as an independent state by the UN. This could be a problem. We have an agreement with Taiwan that will defend them. You just heard what China has to say about that. As a new caravan that began in Honduras and quickly swelled to an estimated two thousand people. Made its way toward Mexico on Tuesday Mexicans who live along the border town say they will likely be mostly affected, and they took to the internet to lash out against another wave of migrants. They're interesting story. Enjoy the market calm for now. Morgan Stanley thinks another storm is coming the S and P five hundred will soon suffer a re-test of the lows from Christmas Eve because of the shrinking earnings estimates and mounting economic concerns. According to the investment Bank, and the government shutdown continues, and that's bound to have an effect as well. Howard Blum noted author of the global brain with us Howard. This shutdown is getting a little out of hand, isn't it very much. So as it tonight, the shutdown of the US government and the abuse of the abuse of eight hundred thousand federal employees has set a record longest previous history lasted twenty one days that was back in nineteen ninety five this shutdown has continued for twenty. Six days nearly twenty five percent longer and the White House shutdown continuing until the end of February the shutdown is enforced upon us in the name of the national security, and ironically, the very thing shutdown hurts the most is you guessed it national security thirteen thousand FBI agents are working without pay fifty four thousand border patrol agents and customs officers are working without pay. So the guards in federal prisoners the president's secret service officers the coastguard, sailors who stopped drugs sharpens, the firefighters who fought the recent blazes in California, and they port security screeners. Now, remember terrorists do not enter the United States the Mexican border. They answer at airports and our security at airports degrading day by day this week, so far the number of TSA employees calling in sick has been twice its average. And it's been predicted that many TSA airport employees will abandon their jobs and look for ROY reliable paychecks. Elsewhere, thanks to a shortage of TSA officers. Four airports have already been forced to cut down on the number of security screening line leading ninety minute waits baggage checks for bones are not the only security measures to shutdown threatens air traffic controllers are working without pay. And these guys handle eighty seven thousand flights a day eighty seven five thousands life without pay. Then there's the fact that most of the department of homeland security has been shot, and meanwhile, the food and Drug administration food inspections have been cut back many of the inspections of protect you against outbreaks of salmonella e-coli are not happening and against peanut. There's a new drug against peanut allergy's. But it's in limbo threatening stability of the company that has developed the drug and brought to market in other words, thanks to this shutdown. You are less safe than you were three weeks ago. But this shutdown is open chinks in our nation's protective armor chinks through which we could be attacked by terrorists and criminals, the most important impact of this shutdown is on government employees now one TSA employee explained that his Bank account has a neg-. Balance. He has food for only two weeks has no idea of how we will get groceries after that. And he does not have enough gas to make the two gallon trip to work and back, then there's the impact of the shutdown wannabe. Be institutions conservatives prize the most the family financial crises destroy relationships. They drive, husbands and wives apart they turn fathers and mothers into bickering monsters. They create toxic hells for children's health whose ravages many of those children will carry for the rest of their lives. Financial crises undermine the emotional foundations of our lives and the White House is deliberately torturing close to a million people with a simply family destroyer, the lack of a paycheck. That's why the government is now being sued by the American federation of government employees, the national treasury employees union, the FBI agents union and seven veterans groups. Yes, a hundred and fifty thousand veterans are government employees. Now wonder. The FBI agents union says point blank that this shutdown is harming America's national security, no doubt. And I don't really see an end in sight unless these two parties get together and work this out pretty darn fast. In the past few decades. It is clear that Catholic clergy or witnessing a mushrooming demand for extra systems and astonishing number of people undergo deliverance from demonic forces every week not only in the developing world, but also in Britain and the United States, and it is growing. Cernan has published its idea for a successor to the large Hadron collider, given the working name of the future circular collider. That's what they want to call it. The Geneva based particle physics research center is proposing an accelerator that is almost four times longer and ten times more powerful. They want to look for new subatomic particles by twenty fifty fifty. It's a long ways away, researchers calculate the average adult logs six hours, forty three minutes of total screen time daily on the computer watching television and all that six hours, forty three minutes a day as we've been reporting China, of course, landed a incredible Rover on the dark side of the moon the far side, but a lot of Kim are conspiracy theorists are saying it's not there. It's a fake. Let's check in with our one of our science advisers, Mike bear on this one Mike is this even possible. Are are you are you are doing that? I'm not a conspiracy theorist you out. Value. This is not really much of anything. It's not fake. And after looking at some pictures just here in the last couple of hours of the Rover the one that he's pointing to the ones from the previous mission. Others Rovers called YouTube too. Bano really happy. But the original road was called you to and it also had this line of a bright light. Now, what's happening is look at this. You know, these things that Rovers happy little solar panels on them and one of them is generally flat. The other one's kind of droopy, and what seems to happen is that as this thing rolls around the moon. What you can see is that there's a shadow cast, especially in when I want to turn a certain way and the sun hits it at a certain angle. Now, not right in alignment with that is this bright strike of of ground. And it's exactly is why pretty much the Rover or the panels are so what's happening is the sun is hitting hitting some very bright reflective surface. And then that is being reflected back through the little slots in the solar panel onto the ground. And again, you could even see it in the the tank three mission from a couple of years ago. If you've got the same exact thing, and it's always alive. You know, a hundred and eighty degrees in the shadow. It's it's basically right in line with the shadow. So I don't think it's a fake. You know tape stripe on the ground or anything like that. I think pretty clearly it's it's just the sunlight reflect you know, so two rowers. It's up there doing what it's supposed to do. I guess. Yep. All right. Thanks, Mike website, his name, Mike, Barra dot com. Actress Carol Channing dead at the age of ninety seven she starred on Broadway in the hit. Hello, Dolly and went off to do. Some other incredible things are talented person. They're up next. We're going to talk about how science may be screwing up evidence and testimony and convicting people who might not have committed the crime one such case, of course, is a mother guilty in the fire of trip. Three children back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. The story is called burned next on coast to coast AM. The debris from.

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"mike bear" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"mike bear" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"He's coming out there to try to win and that's gotta means something i mean something to me hello though all right mike bear with me one moment but i gotta tell everybody about this everybody needs to know because it's coming right up but a unease ami nominated groundbreaking doc you series leah ramna scientology and the aftermath returns for season two it's right around the corner guys august fifteen you want to mark this down august 15th only on a any ten new episodes leah rumney scientology and the aftermath follows lee remedy along with high level former scientology executives and church members as they delve deep into the shocking stories of abuse heartbreak and harassment experienced by those who have left the church and spoken publicly about their experiences this season leah is going to continue her quest to give a voice to the victims of the church of scientology this series also exposes accounts of former members whose lives have been significantly impacted by the churches practices leah ram knee is helping people take action turning survivors in the fighters revealing truce and seeking justice watched the first season of leah ram knee scientology and the aftermath online on demand and at the ain e app mike what do you think about that have you ever seen this have you seen the show as you check out season one huge trailer show i saw aged episode probably multiple times leaders who are out of control a really they should be qualified as terrorists because that's exactly what they do when people try to leave their little cult.

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