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"national space council" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:13 min | 2 months ago

"national space council" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Transfer your rally James don't mess with no 1966 on Tamil that are number three R&B chart 7 on the pop charts and Mary in New York and Johnny dean Youngstown wanted to hear the more than happy to play it. All right, so before I get to a friend here in a moment in Leah, I do have the globe as well. And one of the headline is Texas cop tells all I saw aliens pulled from the Roswell crash. And I'm thinking, wait a minute. The Roswell crash was in 1947. This is supposedly a former Texas deputy. He'd be over a hundred years old. So I look at this thing. And yeah, it's come to this, the globe is reprinting articles from 1999, or at least paraphrasing them anyway. And he's convinced, so I'm able to tell you about the aliens later, who knows. In the meantime, we've got Fran and Austin. Welcome back to WGN radio. Hey, Raleigh. Well, as wanting to talk a little bit about social media or I call it antisocial media. Yeah, absolutely. And what is it that causes some people, no matter what, they got to spill their guts on social media. I think it's because. People, for one thing, the more outrageous you are on social media, the more attention you get, and people who do that are craving attention possibly. And maybe, I mean, I know younger people, but that's their whole social life is on Facebook or SnapChat or whatever the different things are Well, yeah. And you get a very skewed idea of what reality is. Yeah, and I recognize that some of them are nicely rewarded depending on what they're doing like TikTok and all that, where they're making a living being an influencer. And that's a subset of people. But I'm also talking about people who otherwise wouldn't know TikTok from a tic tac, and yet there they are, you know, there are middle aged two and fourth everything in their lives, and my other thought is if you have this need to use social media as your, you know, your psychiatry method of choice, and the very least set your settings to friends or private or whatever you can do so that you're not regurgitating it to the entire world, including the guy with a gun who will come to kill you. Oh, I know. I'm amazed at what people put out to everyone. Yeah. You know, because you can send it to your friends, or you can send it to all the Facebook, or it's just some of the things that people share. But I've also noticed that that's happening with people when they're talking about cell phones. It's like, I was at the doctor's office one time, and I heard more than I wanted to hear about this woman's sexual escapades of the night before. And she was talking, I mean, she wasn't trying to lower her voice at all. She was talking about the volume that I'm talking now. Yeah. And she's just saying all these personal things and as you said, they'll put things about their divorces or something and they'll even put one of the things that drove me nuts was when people used to want to leave. Oh, I forget what they call them. They're called something where it tells you that so and so is that right. Those burgers, you know, or something like that. Right. Exactly. Okay. Somebody knows where so and so lives. So and so is not home right now. There are bills burgers. I can go rob them. Well, sure. And this doesn't occur to people. And I don't know. I don't understand why. You know, there's a disconnect here that makes no sense to me. Yeah, well, you know, it's interesting because everybody is the king or queen of the keyboard. And you can feel like a big person when you're just sitting there and nobody's going to react to you in real time. And I just think people just don't think about what they're doing and they want they either want attention. I used to I used to go on there sometimes when I get bored and I get really depressed because I think, man, everybody's life is better than mine. Or worse, depending, you're just choosing the wrong things to look at. Some of them I look at nice and damn. I'm doing pretty well. Those things might not even be true. Well, of course you know that I think they're having so much fun and I'm just sitting here you know. Right. And I don't have any friends and they have all these friends or whatever. But those aren't Friends. Those are Facebook followers, unless you have friends that you're following. And I don't know. I mean, I've made friends with people long distance I'm that sort of thing, but I think I don't know. There's something really, I think social media is probably brings out the worst in people. Well, it's certainly revealing. This woman, I found her who got fired from her NASA internship that we're talking about before the news. Apparently, it is a young lady, I think she was about 21. Her name was Naomi H, we have this that was her Twitter handle. And she says, in all capital letters, everyone shut the F up. And she wrote the word. I got accepted for a NASA internship. Well, next thing you know, Homer hickam just left one word. He said language and he's a former NASA engineer. So, of course, Naomi H didn't know that, and she replied, suck my, I'm working at NASA. Yeah, and yeah, she described the anatomy she wanted sucked. In any event. Right. Yeah, various body parts actually multiple. That's when from NASA revealed his identity. He said, and I am on the national space council that oversees NASA. All right, so she deleted her conversation and obviously must have felt chastised, but apparently people who she had a falling out with a while ago sent it to NASA. And next thing you know, her internship is rescinded. Now, this guy who wrote the word language, he felt terrible about it, because he said, that was not my intent. I don't hire, I don't fire. I don't have any say, turns out I looked at this woman's resume, and she absolutely should be at NASA, but the comments clearly were inappropriate. Well, and he's trying to help her get some other space job. I don't know how many other space jobs you get, but whatever. The deal is that he or she is, she's bright enough that she has a resume that's not going to sock off people, clearly she's all right in hard sciences, but somewhere along the way, they never taught her social discourse. Why it would be okay to say that. It's amazing. Yeah. And. It's weird because we used to have privacy. We don't. No, of course. Of course. You've given up that. We've sold that. So. I don't know, because, you know, anything you do on there is going to come back to bite you. And it used to be your private life was your private life. Well, I don't really have too much sympathy for people if they put it out there because people know that or at least most people should know that anything you say on social media or anything like that can come back to bite you. And anything you know if you text on company time, they can read those. If you talk on the phone, they can listen. So I think people have just gotten used to the cameras everywhere and used to the different things and they just don't even think about. Keeping it private. Look at all the people who come on these shows like Dr. Phil and he had a good show today on social media at which and yeah, he was talking about how. It really gives especially women because you can use all these filters and things to make your picture look the way you want it to. And people are making themselves look totally unrealistic. It's not something that they could ever do. And it's bad enough, you know, we've always had women are always judged more by their looks. And that kind of thing. But how shall I mean, how you can really mess up somebody's head with this stuff because they want to look like that. It's worse than the fashion magazines, I guess, from what I'm understanding about what they're showing. Well, probably so, as far as far as that, yeah, there are so many facts of this, but the part on this porno H and I say poor, not because she lost her internship, but because she was stupid and off the way she lost it. And her comment at the end of this was the one that won

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"national space council" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"national space council" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"It out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year. Bernie I was joined by Derek bruck of Illinois, another child actor. Emily Kim, likewise, a child actor. Zoel tapo, a child actor. And an aspiring journalist who interviewed former First Lady Michelle Obama in Sydney schmuck. All 5 of them are actors Bernardino's father told the Washington examiner and interview on Monday..

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"national space council" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"national space council" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"I didn't see this story until this morning. And I found it during my before show show prep, which involves talking to Duane. And at that point, I just couldn't believe it. First of all, you got to know. You got to remember the cringe inducing video that vice president Kamala Harris for at least last week with the kids visiting her at the vice president's mansion. So let's play a couple of those clips. Cut number 7, Kamala Harris at the what is the naval observatory in the old days? It's now the vice president residents talking with 6 kids on the porch cut number 7. Do you have a link? Welcome. Thank you. The residents of the vice president. Here we are. Check it out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year.

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Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video

"I didn't see this story until this morning. And I found it during my before show show prep, which involves talking to Duane. And at that point, I just couldn't believe it. First of all, you got to know. You got to remember the cringe inducing video that vice president Kamala Harris for at least last week with the kids visiting her at the vice president's mansion. So let's play a couple of those clips. Cut number 7, Kamala Harris at the what is the naval observatory in the old days? It's now the vice president residents talking with 6 kids on the porch cut number 7. Do you have a link? Welcome. Thank you. The residents of the vice president. Here we are. Check it out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year.

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"national space council" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"national space council" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Coast to coast. A m. Now here's your guest host Richard Sarit. Say hello on Twitter at Richard. Sarah s. Why? Because I love you are e Double T. The White House has recently released its strategy for planetary protection. This policy outlines new assessments to help prevent Terrestrial contamination of other worlds and vice versa. The plan is to make space exploration more sustainable. It's called the national Strategy for planetary protection, and the plan was developed through an inter agency working group led by the National Space Council and Office of Science and Technology Policy. White House's strategy outlines of work that needs to be done over the next year or so to update planetary protection policies. It takes into consideration both scientific advances as well as growing private capabilities in space exploration. The main rationale behind the policy is that it will advance the nation's role in the sustainable exploration of spoke to space by Appropriately protecting other planetary bodies and the earth from potentially harmful biological contamination from space exploration activities. Sounds like the Andromeda strain. The strategy builds on efforts by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and other stakeholders in the federal government. To develop a more cohesive national effort that balances scientific discovery, human exploration and commercial activity in space, and you can read more about this story in the in the new section of the coast to coast A m dot com. If you become a Coast insider, one of the great benefits is you gain access to the art bell vault..

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"national space council" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"national space council" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And worldwide on the Internet. This is coast to coast Am now here's your guest host Richard Sarit. Say hello on Twitter at Richard Serra. Why? Because I love you are e double T. The White House has recently released its strategy for planetary protection. This policy outlines new assessments to help prevent Terrestrial contamination of other worlds and vice versa. The plan is to make space exploration more sustainable. It's called the national Strategy for planetary protection, and the plan was developed through an inter agency working group led by the National Space Council and Office of Science and Technology Policy. White House's strategy outlines of work that needs to be done over the next year or so to update planetary protection policies. It takes into consideration both scientific advances as well as growing private capabilities in space exploration. The main rationale behind the policy is that it will advance the nation's role in the sustainable exploration of spoke to space by appropriately protecting other planetary bodies and the earth from potentially harmful biological contamination from space exploration activities. Sounds like the Andromeda strain. The strategy builds on efforts by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and other stakeholders in the federal government. To develop a more cohesive national effort that balances scientific discovery, human exploration and commercial activity in space, and you can read more about this story in the in the new section of the coast to coast A m dot com. If you become a Coast insider, one of the great benefits is you gain access to the art bell vault..

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"national space council" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"national space council" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You got 31 in Franklin, 30 and Brownsburg a warm day on the way, But you will have to pay later on this weekend with a high of 38 on Sunday 57 this afternoon. I'm Chris Davis. Here's what's trending at 602 Non emergency hospital stays are on hold until at least January, 3rd in Indiana as the state tries to get ahead. Of the Corona virus Pandemic. Berman. It's the second time in the pandemic. Governor Holcomb is ordered hospitals to put off non urgent inpatient procedures. Welcome says doctors and nurses are exhausted. This is a directive but Don't take lightly. I understand the impact This will have on our hospital network over off. We're trying to project What does high tide look like? And avoided comes also eliminating local health department waivers from a cap on mass gatherings. College in pro sports are capped at quarter capacity. Eric Berman 93. W I. B C Mobile news The vaccine expected in Indiana next week, Frontline health care workers expected to be the first to get it. Ah, lawsuit against Facebook, Facebook would try to squeeze every Bit of oxygen out of the room for smaller companies that refused to be bought. Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill joins Attorney General Leticia James of New York and 46 other state attorneys general to Su Facebook, claiming they're a monopoly. Facebook says no, they've improved the apse they bought in made social media easier for you. The crew that will go to the moon and Mars. At least that's what NASA is working towards Vice President Mike Pence in his final meeting as head of the National Space Council, the Artemus generation. The heroes of American space exploration in the future. Pence introduced 18 new astronauts Wednesday. You can't legally help someone clean up the blood when they've stabbed someone else. Diane Schubert of South Bend is accused of helping Jason Collins after police say Colin stabbed a man in the neck and killed him last year. Schubert was in court Wednesday. She could get 2.5 years for that. I'm Chris Davis on the level.

"national space council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"national space council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"John the question cops sniff out and shut down what they call a retail theft ring that swindled millions of dollars from WalMart. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said the criminals ran their scam and 39 Florida counties and in at least 14 states, they would buy a new television. Then they would buy salvage televisions and change the parts and then they would return. The one they just paid. Cash for. Judge says the scam had run since 2014 netting the crooks. More than $3 million to known suspects are still wanted in Georgia, and judge says others may be on the run More than 870,000. People in Florida have signed up for an Obama care plan for next year. Florida leads the nation in enrollment, which continues until December. 15th the Corona virus gets USF's basketball game tonight canceled US Have photo played Florida an end But covert 19 cases in the FAM you program forced to move the schools will not reschedule the game. This marks the first pandemic related cancelation for us at this season. Layoffs for thousands of all Disney world cast members take effect today. The affected Disney workers have known for months that this is their last official day of work at the company in Florida and California. Disney is laying off a combined 32,000 workers at its parks and cruise line divisions. At least 18,000 of those cuts are in central Florida. Walt Disney World continues to operate on reduced capacity Disneyland in Anaheim has been shuttered since March. I'm Rory O'Neill, vice president. Pence will visit the Kennedy Space Center next Wednesday to chair a meeting of the National Space Council. This will be the eighth and possibly final meeting of the council under the Trump administration. And it's not clear whether President elect Jewel Biden plans to continue it. I'm John my question, NewsRadio wofl a picture this a shortage of fuel has closed your electric utility or any other possible disaster. Devastated your town. You're out of power..

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"national space council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"national space council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm John the question cops sniff out and shut down what they call a retail theft ring that swindled millions of dollars from WalMart. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said the criminals ran their scam and 39 Florida counties and in at least 14 states. They would buy a new television. Then they would buy salvage televisions and change the parts and then they would return. The one they just paid. Cash for. Judge says this game had run since 2014 netting the crooks. More than $3 Million to known suspects are still wanted in Georgia, and judge says others may be on the run More than 870,000. People in Florida have signed up for an Obama care plan for next year. Florida leads the nation in enrollment, which continues until December. 15th the Corona virus gets USF's basketball game tonight canceled us. That photo played Florida an end but covert 19 cases in the FAM you program forced to move the schools will not reschedule the game. This marks the first pandemic related cancelation for us at this season, Layoffs for thousands of all Disney world cast members take effect today. Be affected. Disney workers have known for months that this is their last official day of work at the company in Florida and California. Disney is laying off a combined 32,000 workers at its parks and cruise line divisions. At least 18,000 of those cuts are in central Florida. Walt Disney World continues to operate on reduced capacity Disneyland in Anaheim has been shuttered since March. I'm Rory O'Neill, vice president. Pence will visit the Kennedy Space Center next Wednesday to chair a meeting of the National Space Council. This will be the eighth and possibly final meeting of the council under the Trump administration, and it's not clear whether President intellectual Biden plans to continue it. John my question. NewsRadio w F L A This is a Bloomberg money minute. Marijuana stocks are tanking despite the House voting for the first time to decriminalize marijuana on the federal level, But the bill has little chance of passing the Republican controlled Senate are or a cannabis is down. 3% sun dial growers is down 10% Shares of Cheesecake Factory are down more than 1%. After it's settled SEC charges Cheesecake Factory hit the fact that it was hemorrhaging cash when restaurants emptied out early in the pandemic. All three major averages are trading at record highs after a weak jobs report boosted expectations for more federal stimulus. The Dow is above 30,000 up 170 points more than half a percent. The S and P is a 1700.6%. While the NASDAQ is 0.4% higher oil is 1% higher. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who was in the gas drilling businesses looking to take advantage of weak energy prices by expanding his footprint in the Gulf of Mexico region. Mona Rivera Bloomberg.

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"national space council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"national space council" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They would buy a new television. Then they would buy salvage televisions and change the parts and then they would return. The one they just paid. Cash for. Judge says the scam had run since 2014 netting the crooks. More than $3 million to known suspects are still wanted in Georgia, and judge says others may be on the run More than 870,000. People in Florida have signed up for an Obama care plan for next year. Florida leads the nation in enrollment, which continues until December. 15th. The Corona virus gets us It's basketball game tonight Canceled us. Have photo played Florida An M. But covert 19 cases in the FAM you program forced to move. These schools will not reschedule the game. This marks the first pandemic related cancelation for us at this season, Layoffs for thousands of all Disney world cast members take effect today. The affected Disney workers have known for months that this is their last official day of work at the company in Florida and California. Disney is laying off a combined 32,000 workers, and it's Parks and cruise line divisions. At least 18,000 of those cuts are in central Florida. Walt Disney World continues to operate on reduced capacity Disneyland in Anaheim has been shuttered since March. I'm Rory O'Neill, vice president. Pence will visit the Kennedy Space Center next Wednesday to chair a meeting of the National Space Council. This will be the eighth and possibly final meeting of the council under the Trump administration, and it's not clear whether President intellectual Biden plans to continue it. John my question news radio w F L A The U. S jobs machines slowed last month, The government says employers added far fewer jobs than expected just 245,000. Although the unemployment rate fell to 6.7% the day they showed more people left the workforce altogether. For Wall Street. Bad news is good news Stocks are modestly higher on hopes that the jobs report will prod Congress into passing a new economic stimulus bill that L. Jones industrial Average is up 166 the S and P is up. 25, the NASDAQ Up 75. A separate report shows the U. S trade deficit widened in October to just over $63 billion has travel restrictions weighed on demand for services exports. The U. S mortgage industry 2020 was its best year ever. Credit goes to the Fed, which is driven loan rates to all time lows. Lenders are expected to originate over $4 trillion in mortgages this year from Bloomberg on Larry Coughs. Kiefer NewsRadio Wofl They've been in skin here right now is a great time to secure your home or business with DFW security. They could monitor your existing compatible alarm system for his little is $12.95 a month or do what we did an upgrade to.

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"national space council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"national space council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Make the adversity and hardship along the way there may even be a tragedy because that is the danger of space there's nothing we can do about that the power that we're talking about is unrivaled it's nothing we can do about problems but we'll have very few of them we will confront all of those challenges knowing that the quest for understanding is the oldest and deepest hope in our souls the innate human desire to explore and innovate is what propels the engines of progress and the March of civilization we will preserve and persevere and we will insure a future of American dominance in space to that end over the last three years I reestablished the national space council are you shoot a director cutting red tape for innovative space companies such as SpaceX we created the world's first comprehensive space traffic management system last month I signed an executive order establishing US policy for the recovery and use of space resources and minerals administrator Bridenstine announced the Artemis records to govern the future of space exploration development together we will assert America's rightful heritage as the greatest space faring nation on the planet and already it's not even close in the half century since the United States stop sending astronauts to deep into space nineteen seventy two no other country has ever done it the reasons are simple cost technological complexity in tremendous danger for instance I was told that the rocket you just witnessed I had to be launched within one second or it would be impossible for it to hit its target and I was here two days ago and I said to Jim Jim it's okay why don't you wait five or ten minutes and he said sure we only have a window of one second and I walked out of here shaking my head central Jim yes it's true space travel is not a feat of engineering alone it's also a moral endeavor a measure of the nation's vision it's will power its place in the world exploration is a test of our values and of our faith America is a nation defined by its commitment to discovery to solve mysteries to chart the unknown you press the limits to achieve the fullest expression of life's potential and to ensure that America is the nation that always leads the way and especially in space this evening I am more confident than ever before that America stands poised to thrive in this grand undertaking it's incredible we are a nation of pioneers we are the people who cross the ocean carved out a foothold on a vast cotton settled a great wilderness and then set our eyes upon the stars.

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"national space council" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"national space council" Discussed on KTRH

"To be allowed to be opened as part of the governor's multiple phase plan Austin mayor Steve Adler says that he's keeping an eye on the new code nineteen cases to see if perhaps bars were not open reopen too soon the numbers will tell us if we're on the wrong path it'll tell us early enough for us to be able to react to the the throttle that back road rodeo and good question Ian events are allowed to go on bowling alleys bingo halls simulcasted racing and skating rinks aquariums and natural the natural caverns are all open with limited capacities governor Greg Abbott optimistic about the return of college football this fall here in the states our goal right now is to have college football season start as planned with the fans in the stands well what we don't know is what the capacity level would be the governor says that factors like stadium capacity medical treatment options and the overall statute status of code nineteen in Texas will determine the final plan for football which is office hopes to decide by early August a detention center and but now houses immigrants immigration detainees has the second highest number of code nineteen cases in the country the Bluebonnet detention center in western Texas has more than one hundred ten cases of corona virus among its detainees making it the second most cases among the forty nine centers with cases in the country the blue but a detention center second holding center near San Diego where they have seen over a hundred fifty cases here H. news time is now twelve oh three a longtime local lawmaker gets a White House nomination former Houston congressman John Culberson nominated to serve on the national space council users advisory group the group provides advice and recommendations on America's space program to the council which then reports to the president and vice president Culberson received NASA's distinguished public service medal last year for his record of championing space issues during his nearly two decades in Congress Corey Olsen please radio seven forty KTRE each other bandages drastically change the way that will mark Memorial Day this weekend so.

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NASA leader presents former Houston Rep. John Culberson with medal

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

NASA leader presents former Houston Rep. John Culberson with medal

"A long time local lawmakers getting a White House nomination former Houston congressman John Culberson nominated to serve on the national space council users advisory group the group provides advice and recommendations on America's space program to the council which then reports to the president and vice president Culberson received NASA's distinguished public service medal last year for his record of championing space issues during his nearly two decades in Congress

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Pence Praises NASA's Bright Future on Anniversary of Apollo

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Pence Praises NASA's Bright Future on Anniversary of Apollo

"Away from when America will return American astronauts on American rockets from American soil to space at a meeting Tuesday with the national space council pence says NASA will launch the SpaceX dragon capsule next week with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley aboard the first time in nine years American astronaut astronauts will launch from Cape

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"national space council" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"national space council" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dundee Illinois nineteen sixty one president Kennedy announced his goal to reach the moon let's take a listen Intel is my term our record in space and then under review with the advice of the vice president who is chairman of the national space council clearly lamb and where we have strong and where we are not where we may succeed and where we may not now it is time to take longer strides time for a great new American enterprise time for this nation to take a leading role in space achievement which in many ways may hold the key to our future owner of nineteen sixty seven Robert Evel Knievel's motorcycle job he jumps over fifteen of automobiles the over four hundred thirty three broken bones he suffered during his career earned him an entry into the Guinness book of world records as the survivor the most broken broken bones in a lifetime the four hundred thirty three that's that's all I got for under thirty two so I missed you did miss it by wire you know that inspired me that inspired the Fonzie jumping over all the perils yeah get out let's take a listen to this groundbreaking moment I'd like to introduce to you the most unusual young ma'am this is evil Knievel and especially in sports is to take a motorcycle up over a rampant leap through the air some ninety feet that's what he's going to try to do today over fifteen automobiles have you ever done fifteen before you bill I never have.

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"national space council" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"national space council" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"It's a very political position. It is absolutely true that NASA is not partisan it's not but but it is it's parochial in nature. There's a lot of special interests There are people that have. They want funding to this area or funding to that area. When you have a twenty one billion dollar budget members of Congress and senators want. They want access to that for their districts so I spent a lot of time trying to make sure people understand why we're doing what we're doing what we're trying to accomplish. How it's good for the nation and then also working with members of Congress and Senators working with the Office of Management and Budget in the executive branch working with the National Space Council in the executive branch working With the vice president's office. He's the chairman of the National Space Council so All of these things Take a lot of time but but it but there are a lot of it is. It's a lot of political kind of activities that aren't partisan if that makes sense It's perfectly predictable. It's perfectly understandable But my goal has been to run NASA in an apolitical. Bipartisan Way. As much as possible. So that all of America can get behind what we're doing and I think you do that in a way. 'cause you enthusiasm really comes through good excites you. The most about all these incredible missions out there. Yeah is there anything that just huge arches? So I think there's two things number one. I'm the first NASA administrator. That doesn't have a memory of where he or she was. When we had people living on the Drew I wasn't alive. When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon I wasn't alive yet when Gene Cernan and Jack Schmitt left the moon in nineteen. Seventy two so We are now at a point and I'm forty four years old. We're at a point now where there's an entire generation of people that don't have a memory of it because we weren't alive yet right and so the president has said we need to go back to the moon sustainably and we WANNA program that's not gonNA We want generations from now people to look back on this moment and say we were doing the right things for the right reasons for generations to come now. The moon is the proving ground so I think that's one thing we have to do those stunning things where where people get enthusiastic about space exploration going to the moon is one of those stunning things but it is also true that the moon is the proving ground. It is not the destination we need to use the moon to learn how to sustain life on another world for long periods of time. How do we use the resources of the moon to live and work hundreds of millions of tons of water ice on the South Pole of the moon that's life support it's air debris that's water to drink it's hydrogen which is rocket fuel same rocket fuel that powered the space shuttle's hundreds of millions of tons of hydrogen on the South Pole How do we get access to it? How do we use it? How do we convert it into something? That is usable. So those are the things that we need to learn right out today. We need to build an architecture that sustainable for the long term driving down costs increasing access and then ultimately bringing in commercial partners and international partners so that we can all do war and have more access than ever before then. Finally remember what the destination is. The moon is the proving ground. The destination is Mars right. What we architect at. The moon has to as much as possible. Be Replicable at Mars. And and that's what we need to be striving for every day the question then becomes a wide. I need to go to Mars. We'll I'll tell you why we have found since the time I've been the NASA administrator. We have found complex organic compounds on Mars which are the building blocks for life. They don't exist on the moon at all none but they're all over Mars and of course they're all over there because we have a lot of life you're on this I'm not saying there's life on Mars I don't know but we should go find out We also know that the methane cycles on Mars are commensurate with the seasons of Mars to the probability of finding life is going up the plumes of methane that we find coming out of Mars are at the level where people are saying. It's it it may not be likely that that's geological in nature. In other words the probability of finding life keeps going up third. We have found liquid water twelve kilometers under the surface of Mars. Right liquid water. What we know about liquid water on earth wherever there's liquid water there's life Is that true on Mars? We don't know but it's twelve kilometers under the surface where it's protected from the radiation of deep space. So we need to go find life on another world and I think and I'm not saying it's there I don't know but we should go find out and if we find life on another world. I think it's just going to transform how how we think about space exploration. There's going to be so much thirst and so much desire to find out. What else is out there? The Moon of Jupiter Europa. It's IT'S A. It's a moon the size of our moon except it's pure water. It's all water rental. It's got an ice shell. We're now finding mass plumes of liquid water being spewed out of the ice shell of Europa We're doing a mission the Titan which is a a moon of Saturn and it's covered in organic compounds and we're GONNA fly a helicopter on Titan in fact Twenty twenty one. We're GONNA fly a helicopter on Mars and we're going to be flying a helicopter on another worm credible. So there's like you mentioned. There's a lot of missions going on. There's a lot of activities. There's a lot of excitement once. You're mentioning other worlds and one thing that I'm really impressed with just to close is Cluedo. Yeah I love her. You said Pluto is the Ninth Plan. Yeah Yeah Pluto has been abused by scientists now for years and We in my view. it was downgraded in two thousand six based on the definition of orbit clearing so as it goes around the sun. Does it clear the area around its own orbit and I think that's a really sloppy definition because by that definition none of the planets are planets but at the same time? Here's here's what we found out. In two thousand fifteen with the new horizons mission so Pluto was downgraded in two thousand six in two thousand fifteen. We found out that Pluto has its own ocean under the surface a liquid ocean we found out the Pluto has organic compounds on its surface. The building blocks for life. Pluto has a multilayer atmosphere. Pluto has an active geology. Pluto has five moons A lot of these things we discovered you know in two thousand fifteen so in my view that is not basically a dead rock going around the sun that is a that is a planet that is very interesting and I think view planets should be defined based on their intrinsic values. Not what or did they have around the sun because that orbit by the way is always changing and planets are always changing orbits. It's just the way it is so Basically you'RE GONNA have plants become planets. Plans get downgraded plant so we need to have in my view Planetary bodies need to be defined based on their intrinsic values and quite frankly their interest from a scientific perspective and I will tell you there is not there are not many planets more interesting than Pluto and we did not know that until two thousand fifteen so I think we ought to be really focused on it as fantastic Definitely exciting time on congratulate shoe and you're credible team for all they wonderful discoveries seen so far we can't wait to see what's next. Thank you for joining. Oh thank you. It's great to be with you. Thank you online coffee break while I really enjoyed speaking with Jim. And of course going to s headquarters was a real treat if you like to find out more about dosages go to their website at NASA Dot Gov. I WANNA thank Jim for inviting us out to NASA quarters and thank you for taking time today to join us. We really do appreciate it again if you can share this episode the friend. We'd love that. If you can rate us on your favorite podcasts application and gives a thumbs up if you're watching youtube we'd appreciate that as well but either way. Just thank you so much for taking time to join us today. We'll see you next time God bless..

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"national space council" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"national space council" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The house has already impeach the president but speaker Nancy Pelosi has not committed to sending the impeachment articles to the Republican held Senate correspondence or merry reports and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell arrange for White House staff to get the lay of the land in the chamber after failing to cut a deal on trial rules with minority leader Chuck Schumer Schumer push for an agreement to include testimony from witnesses such as former national security adviser John Bolton and acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney the standoff means lawmakers are leaving Washington with the status of an impeachment trial in limbo until the new year but if the Los he's power play was meant to unnerve McConnell he insists it's backfiring other house Democrats seem to be suggesting they prefer never to transmit the articles we always knew starliner capsule won't docked with the international space station is planned after it went off course following lunch Friday morning correspondent Clinton doubles as the capsule will land in New Mexico as early as Sunday NASA says the launch itself had no issues but about half an hour into the flight Boeing reported that the capsule didn't get into the right orbit and bone to much fuel to safely reach the space station NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein says he since spoke with vice president Mike pence he maintains that he is very positive as the chairman of the national space council in our ability to once again launch American astronauts on American rockets from American soil the launch mark the start of a dress rehearsal process for the mission I'm like no the city of Baltimore will soon be monitored by three surveillance airplanes the planes will gather footage to help law enforcement investigate homicide shootings armed robberies I'm.

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"national space council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"national space council" Discussed on AP News

"Announced it'll run an hour long episode for each team starting October second which will show Florida preparing for September twenty eighth game against house in the series will be narrated by Liev Schreiber who's also the voice of HBO's popular NFL training camps he reads hard knocks president trump has named a new national security adviser his fourth since he took office fewer than three years ago A. P. Washington correspondent Sager Madani reports Robert or Brian has been serving as the president's special envoy for hostage affairs he worked in the George W. bush and Obama administrations and was an adviser on several G. O. P. presidential campaigns his announcement comes a week after president trump al state John Bolton as his top national security aide Bolton had followed Mike Flynn and HR McMaster a pair of army generals who also fell out of the president's favor soccer mad Connie Washington a return trip to the moon may not happen as soon as expected a B. correspondent Shelley other reports a top NASA managers casting doubt on the space agency's ability to land astronauts there by twenty twenty four it was a goal set by the trump administration and announced by vice president pence in March president trump is re launch the national space council and at the council's inaugural meeting in October we unanimously approved a recommendation to instruct NASA to return American astronauts to the moon but Kenneth Bowersox a former space shuttle and space station commander told a congressional subcommittee he would not make a wager on that twenty twenty four date adding many things like funding and technical challenges need to come together he acknowledges also there's a lot of risk in making that date showing up there Washington..

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"national space council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"national space council" Discussed on AP News

"We're listening to the AP digital news network a return trip to the moon may not happen as soon as expected AP correspondent Kelly after reports a top NASA managers casting doubt on the space agency's ability to land astronauts there by twenty twenty four it was a goal set by the trump administration and announced by vice president pence in March president trump is re launch the national space council and at the council's inaugural meeting in October we unanimously approved a recommendation to instruct NASA to return American astronauts to the moon but Kenneth Bowersox a former space shuttle and space station commander told a congressional subcommittee he would not make a wager on that twenty twenty four date adding many things like funding and technical challenges need to come together he acknowledges also there's a lot of risk in making that date showing up there Washington president trump has named a new national security adviser his fourth since he took office fewer than three years ago A. P. Washington correspondent Sager Madani reports Robert o'brien has been serving as the president's special envoy for hostage affairs he worked in the George W. bush and Obama administrations and was an adviser on several G. O. P. presidential campaigns his announcement comes a week after president trump ousted John Bolton as his top national security aide Bolton had followed Mike Flynn and HR McMaster a pair of army generals who also fell out of the president's favor Sager make Connie Washington for drug combination pill that fights high blood pressure and cholesterol that's shown promise in developing nations is being tested in the U. S. A. P. is that Jackie Quinn reports the study finds low income Americans given the combo did have better results than a comparable group this so called poly pill three blood pressure drugs in a cholesterol medicine all rolled into one has shown results among low income patients in other countries but now. it's been tested in mobile Alabama for a year the medicine is cheap and it's easier for people to remember to take just the one pill a day among three hundred patients over the age of forty five the poly pill group showed lower blood pressure and lower numbers for bad cholesterol the lead study author at Vanderbilt University Medical Center says the poly pill gives vulnerable patients a running start toward better health a similar test in a run also found the risk of heart attack and stroke went down by a third I Jackie Quinn. colleges committee in Russell Bloor I'm to acquire than a P. newsmen house intelligence committee met in private today with the intelligence community's inspector general on a whistle blower complaint that the I. G. road as a matter of urgent concern committee chairman and chief says his panels in the dark about the complaint because acting into intelligence director Joseph acquires not turn it over to Congress we do not have the complaint. we do not know whether the press reports are accurate or inaccurate about the contents of that complaint Washington post reports a complaint involves an intelligence officials allegation president trump made unspecified promised to an unidentified foreign leader in a telephone Carl call the choir has been subpoenaed by the house committee to testify in a week one person is known dad in the massive flooding from what's left of tropical storm Imelda that's hit southeastern Texas southwestern Louisiana thousands of people been forced from their.

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NASA manager casts doubt on 2024 moon landing by astronauts

AP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

NASA manager casts doubt on 2024 moon landing by astronauts

"A return trip to the moon may not happen as soon as expected AP correspondent Kelly after reports a top NASA managers casting doubt on the space agency's ability to land astronauts there by twenty twenty four it was a goal set by the trump administration and announced by vice president pence in March president trump is re launch the national space council and at the council's inaugural meeting in October we unanimously approved a recommendation to instruct NASA to return American astronauts to the moon but Kenneth Bowersox a former space shuttle and space station commander told a congressional subcommittee he would not make a wager on that twenty twenty four date adding many things like funding and technical challenges need to come together he acknowledges also there's a lot of risk in making

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"national space council" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"national space council" Discussed on AP News

"A return trip to the moon may not happen as soon as expected AP correspondent Shelley other reports a top NASA managers casting doubt on the space agency's ability to land astronauts there by twenty twenty four it was a goal set by the trump administration and announced by vice president pence in March president trump is re launch the national space council and at the council's inaugural meeting in October we unanimously approved a recommendation to instruct NASA to return American astronauts to the moon but Kenneth Bowersox a former space shuttle and space station commander told a congressional subcommittee he would not make a wager on that twenty twenty four date adding many things like funding and technical challenges need to come together he acknowledges also there's a lot of risk in making that date showing up there Washington the United States says the attack on a Saudi oil side was an Iranian act of war AP's my campaign reports Iran's responded warning of all out war if the U. S. retaliates with the military's right secretary of state Mike Pompeii says it was in a running an attack that damaged Saudi Arabia's oil installations describing it as an act of war around is tonight any involvement in his war in the U. S. it will immediately retaliate if it's attacked president trump isn't saying whether the US will take military action but he has ordered increased financial sanctions on Tehran Yemen surrounding impact to the rebels have claimed responsibility for the attack saying it was in response to the Saudi led war in Yemen that is killed tens of thousands of people I'm Mike Hampton. Japan's central bank decided to keep its monetary policy unchanged despite growing signs of trouble that prompted the federal reserve to cut its benchmark rate the bank of Japan said in its policy statement Thursday that exports industrial output in business sentiment had been affected by the slowdown in overseas markets the central bank's key interest rate has been at minus point one percent for years well it's continued massive asset purchases to help inject money into the economy so far it's failed to attain the two percent inflation rate target it says is needed to help sustain growth. eight P. radio news I made on the house intelligence committee met behind closed.

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Jim, Trump And America discussed on Public Affairs Programming

Public Affairs Programming

01:47 min | 3 years ago

Jim, Trump And America discussed on Public Affairs Programming

"We are pleased that NASA administrator Jim broadens done is here to discuss the future in space exploration December in December two thousand seventeen president trump outlined the bold vision to reinvigorate America's space leadership space policy directive one calls were returning humans to the moon for the first time since nineteen seventy two but this time it will be for long term exploration and use and will be followed by a man missions to Mars NASA had planned to return to the moon by twenty twenty eight but in a speech to the national space council in April vice president pence announced a dramatic acceleration of that timeline under the Artemis program the United States will not land the first woman and the next man on the moon by twenty twenty four and establish a sustained presence on the moon or in lunar orbit about twenty twenty eight I'm sure the administration since emergency as I told administrator runs down during his March appearance before this committee the United States has entered a new space race driven primarily by the expansion China's space power ambitions and the explosive potential growth for space commerce I support setting clear goals own ambitious timelines to achieve mission success however in order to reach these goals NASA and its commercial and international partners we'll have to accomplish a great deal of work in a short amount of time the space space launch system SLS rocket and Orion crew capsule need to be tested and certified for human missions as soon as

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Mike Pence, National Space Council And President Trump discussed on AM Tampa Bay

AM Tampa Bay

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Mike Pence, National Space Council And President Trump discussed on AM Tampa Bay

"Vice-president Mike Pence is telling NASA to put Americans on the moon within the next five. Years pans passed along the directive from President Trump at the fifth meeting of the national space council. Current estimates. Say US astronauts walk on the moon before twenty twenty eight but Pence says that's

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Another giant leap: U.S. plans to send astronauts back to the moon by 2024

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00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Another giant leap: U.S. plans to send astronauts back to the moon by 2024

"And return. American astronauts to the moon established, a permanent base there and developed the technologies to take American astronauts to Mars and beyond. Vice president says NASA has to be fully committed to the moon shot. What we need now is urgency. Make no mistake about it. We're in a space race today. Just as we were in the nineteen sixties and the stakes are even higher that audio courtesy of NASA. Pence director dancer to put American astronauts, the moon within the next five years at the fifth meeting of the national space council on

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Pence says U.S. will send astronauts to the moon within 5 years

New Sounds

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Pence says U.S. will send astronauts to the moon within 5 years

"Vice President Mike Pence is calling for returning US astronauts to the moon and within five years Pence telling a meeting of the national space council, which he chairs it's also time to establish a permanent base there. What we need now is urgency. Make no mistake about it. We're in a space race today. Just as we were in the nineteen sixties and the stakes are even higher NASA administrator, Jim Bryden Stein told the space council that NASA will do everything possible to meet the deadline. It was in July nineteen sixty nine humans first landed on the

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Pentagon, Us and National Space Council discussed on Joyce Kaufman

Joyce Kaufman

02:05 min | 4 years ago

Pentagon, Us and National Space Council discussed on Joyce Kaufman

"F t l i'm ron hersi it's eighty seven degrees in rivi are a beach it's eighty six degrees endanger beach president trump ordering the pentagon discarded making plans for a space of force which would be a branch of the us military trump hosted a meeting of the national space council at the white house today and set a space force is going to be something trump also insisted the us must be dominant in space more people being allowed to return home after being forced to evacuate because of the four sixteen fire in south western colorado authorities are starting to let some firefighters go home because the blaze burning near durango has increased to thirty percent containment firefighters got a lot of help this weekend for mother nature bringing muchneeded rain to the area the world health organization is ready to classify video game addiction as a mental health condition gaming disorder will be added to the new edition of the international classification of diseases out today it's marked by gaming taking precedence over most everything else leading social and personal dysfunction a woman is dead a child injured after a crash in west palm beach sunday night at forty fifth street a north shore drive was the scene eighty two year old jean johnson's car left the road hitting offense and then another car investigators say johnson later died at a nearby hospital a child in the car had to be airlifted at last check the child was in critical condition after surgery a medical problem may have caused that crash leaders in west palm beach are scheduled to vote tonight on whether to allow marijuana dispensaries in the city if the city commission approves the plan medical marijuana dispensaries would be allowed within city limits with some restrictions dispensaries will not be allowed within six hundred feet of a school for instance there are already two dispensaries in lake worth which is in palm beach county several others are along the treasure coast i'm ron hersi news talk eight fifty w f t l this is rich steven's coming up in the next all new rich stephen show here we go again i'm hearing some chatter that the parkland fdle report may.

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