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"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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03:24 min | 1 year ago

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"These people are talking about net zero in other words no fossil fuels they are. They're the ones who are creating a prediction of armageddon. They're the ones who threatened the existence of human civilization. Where the anything else. There's nothing else you could do that. I know of other than start a pandemic that was even worse than the one we've had now that would kill ninety percent of the population. There's nothing worse that we know of to destroy civilization than ending the use of fossil fuels like night in thirty years ending use of fossil fuels in two hundred years. Okay as long as you accept nuclear and hydro electric units if you don't accept them as alternatives and there's simply no way not even in two hundred years you'll never get their nuclear. Is clearly the solution for the future. And i could go on forever about nuclear energy which i won't do right now because it would take forever but it is the future of energy. There's simply no doubt about it. There's enough nuclear fuel to last for tens of thousands of years. There is not enough fossil fuels to last for ten tens of thousands of years. That's why i'm in favor of reducing the use of fossil fuels but it has to be done with practical solutions rather than wind and solar which is available like twenty five percent of the time. Mostly it has to be done with something that is continuous and reliable and cost effective. Those are the three factors that need to be taken into account and nuclear checks. All those boxes as does hydro-electric. we'll pat. We'll patrick we'll it there. Because i i think that I hope the listeners have had a little bit more time. And what i love about. The podcast. format is is instead of a two minute clip on on a news channel or a ahead a headline you can really dig into the issues. I think in the construct of the seal to life cycle in the construct of the creation of our civilization and the changes. That have occurred through time. I think there's been a fantastic conversation really enlightening and i really appreciate you coming on. And i've loved looking over your shoulder at the canadian rockies there and hope everything is coming to an end with the lockdown in canada. We miss our neighbors. We look forward to the border being open. So thank you so much for joining three cheers for the border being open david. I've got dates in the states. And i don't know if i'm gonna be able to make them and that is actually vancouver island you see behind you. A comb. mocks is on the east coast of vancouver island and vancouver island is the largest island from asia to argentina in other words on the west coast of the new world. This is the biggest island there is. I didn't i didn't even even as a canadian. I did not know that. So i learned something else today. So beautiful place. Thank you so much for joining until next time. Listeners writer review. it's good to be back and be safe. Good have a great day and by..

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"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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02:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Five billion years ago. You and i can trace if we could our existence back to the beginning of life otherwise if it's broken like a tree the evolutionary tree being pruned by climate events and asteroids in particular once. It's pruned that the end of that line. And they're not here because that's when their line stopped that our line was back to the beginning of life so in other words we are the meanest bats survivalists that ever existed because even the species that live to a million years before us didn't live through the last million years we did. Our ancestors did so on this time. Line that we're on now. All the species are the same age. They say oh were newer species than the trees. No we when the trees were just beginning. Whatever came before us was just beginning to like we. We have evolved through the beginning of life till now every one of us and that is kind of a spiritual concept in a way like three and a half billion years every one of us has a three and a half billion year history of continuous successful reproduction. And now we're becoming aware in ways that hundred years ago there was no inkling of we're becoming aware of the history of the earth and where we fit into it and the fact that carbon dioxide is the basis of all life and denigrating it and calling. It names is probably the worst Cult that has happened in a very long time. Because that's what it is. It is a cult based on not good science as a matter of fact. This is the biggest setback in actual scientific analysis of what's going on since who knows when since galileo was jailed for life because he thought the earth went around the sun at the the absolute ridiculousness of saying that. Co two negative. When.

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"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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05:56 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"They do if that if that ends. What do they do. They've got nowhere to grow their food on their balcony if they are lucky to have a balcony in their thirtieth floor condo so. This is the kind of reality that people have to understand. And of course. I think we want to keep having airplanes flying from city to city. Maybe they feel that's unnecessary because there's no other way to run them other than fossil fuels but nuclear can take out so much like us forty percent of the energy in the united states and canada and europe forty percent it's for heating cooling hot water and appliances just the building itself. I'm not talking about a factory where there's a huge energy generate huge energy using like steel plant in there or something that's not being considered here just buildings us forty percent all of that could come from nuclear because nuclear produces electricity which can be used for heating air conditioning producing hot water and running all they appliances so right away take. I don't know what percentage of our fossil fuels are going to electricity for buildings. But it's a lot like coal plants and gas plants are providing a huge percentage globally. The energy that goes to run build second be completely taken out a an interesting one is shipping. There are six countries with nuclear navy's if a submarine can go underwater with one hundred nuclear warheads on it for three months. We can probably run an oil tanker or cargo ship with cars on it from japan with nuclear power. We know we can't. It's it's a known has been happening for sixty plus years that they have had nuclear propulsion in military vessels so all shipping. That's only two percent of our total global energy consumption. But it's two percent that could be just taken out with nuclear power and hydroelectric in some countries. Like china surrey. china's one hundred. But the one i wanted to talk about was india coming out of the himalayas to the north there are a ton of rivers and india has not taken advantage of that like many countries have like canada. Norway for example has not taken advantage of that to produce electricity. What a hydro dam does like the three gorges dam in china which is the largest at twenty four thousand megawatts so is the equivalent of twenty four nuclear plants.

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"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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05:14 min | 1 year ago

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"And i and i i find it amazing that there's not a lot of talk of the off sincere point of what's going on in bangladesh and that you know sixty percent of people grow food and then in the us we have the comforts of air conditioning. We have we have heat. We have multiple cars and and we seem to forget that in in our goal to go back to some sort of utopian view again. How does the narrative change at obviously to seal to coalition as is sort of talking about co two. But how does the narrative change from that of this is bad to. This is our way of life and and we enjoy. That's why we do these things. I'm curious your take on that while there's kind of two possibilities either. We wake up before we destroy our civilization in essence like giving up eighty plus percent of all our energy which is fossil fuels so that is the dream supposedly utopian but it's totally dystopia. It would wreck the whole of civilization to do that in the kind of timeline that they are talking. Especially when they reject both nuclear energy and hydroelectric energy. I watched tucker last night. And he's got these people who have convinced him that the whole of the main State of mainz forest is about to be clear-cut for a power line coming from quebec with hydro electric power so actually got an eighty five foot wide corridor going through the forest a massive forest that is hundreds of miles across. It's not destroying the pristine forest on the east coast of north america. Lake is being said in this news story and the alternative to that little corridor going to get clean hydroelectric power at a lower cost from quebec. The alternative is massive deforestation for wind and solar like so much more massive and apparently. They're not mean. I love tucker. I watch him a lot because he has really interesting stuff and he gets to the bottom of a lot of political arguments but the one is on now is totally incorrect from an environmental point of view from an energy point of view so the the opposition to hydro electric like brazil gets eighty percent of its electricity from hydro candidate. Sixty norway gets ninety. Saudi arabia gets none. Because it's flat and dry. So hydroelectric is not universally available. There's lots of places where it's flat for example you can't have hydroelectric power.

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"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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03:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Out of the medieval warm period when the vikings colonize greenland and there were some three to five thousand of them living there. The onset of the little ice age by about thirteen hundred about one thousand two eleven hundred. Ad was the peak of this of the greenland farming period. They all left as the ice age set in because it it basically became impossible to live there anymore. This happened only a few hundred years ago and this is ignored. Never mind what happened a few million years ago so that's one of the main problems is as soon as you get into a discussion. It's only about since eighteen. Fifty and everything before that was the pre industrial age which apparently was a utopian period in the history of life when only eighty percent of the population was engaged in stoop labor manually. Growing all the food for the few people in the castle where the lords and ladies lift and everyone else was out in the in the perez in peasant lifestyle you know it still takes about sixty five percent of the bangladeshis to grow their food and in mali. It's very similar in africa. So they are still back in the pre industrial age in some ways their their their agriculture has not been mechanized to the extent are has. This revolution has been amazing. It used to take eighty percent of the population including most of the children over eight years of age which is why they never got much of an education back then to grow the food for all the people because there were no machines so the industrial age is what made it possible to go from eighty percent of the population growing our food to less than five percent sexually more like three today so everyone else can do something other than growing food which has led to modern civilization and all of the different jobs that people are doing aren't growing food but rather making machines or working on computers and doing finance all the other things that are happening today. It is ridiculous to look at the pre industrial age as some kind of idyllic garden of eden. It was a tough life for everybody except for the few people who the lords and ladies had in their castle. Yeah i've written about that going back to thirteen fifty because obviously with with covid not being the black plague and the black plague being the black plague in sort of the thirteen fifty the population of the earth at the time was one hundred and fifty million people and the historians would suggest that thirty three percent of the planet. Fifty million people died from the black plague and the knock on effect. There was obviously that all the serfs that were providing for the lord's and the ladies. There was a labor shortage similar. There is right now Postcode in most parts of the country but there was a labor shortage which then allowed them to have some bargaining power and there. Was you know there were trying to pass laws. That said if you're under sixty had to accept a job and and all these things but also you know. Life expectancy was so so much shorter and villages would attack other villages and you know steal their horses and steal their children and we do live in a much better time..

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"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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02:22 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"Was about twenty eight hundred parts per million and obviously that's the carbon that went into the plans that then got buried then became the fossil fuels so to a degree. We are as we burn them. Were we're adding to them. But but the world just has changed so much. Why has there been this Religious like focus on on co two and climate change and all the impacts and and everyone even without reading a lot of research says the scientists settled. It's getting warmer and we have to do something about it but the dinosaurs didn't have to do anything about it. The the things happen. Wh how did we get here. Well we got here As a civilization partly because of this interglacial period and the glacier's melting and creating a more habitable earth than than it was during the peak of the glaciation although what most people don't remember or understand is that humans are tropical species. We came from the equator. That's where we evolve in africa and the only reason we were able to come out of africa is fire shelter and clothing otherwise we would all die quickly in the environment. I'm in here. Look at the background there that glaciers still erol summer. It's right out my window. Here in komax on vancouver island and vancouver island is just barely more than half way to the north pole from the equator. it's not at the north pole. it's way way south of it and still there's ice year round so we're still in a cold period and that that's the irony of the situation. Were not in a hot period. That's getting hotter with in cold period. This getting a little bit warmer. This is the modern warm period. You know the the alarmist would have us believe that. The earth began in eighteen fifty. They they ignore everything that happened. Prior to that and one of the things that happened prior to that in very recent history was in seventeen hundred we saw the peak of the little ice age the little ice age was the result of a cooling period..

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"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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02:35 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"Of the best scientists in the world. Dr william hamper dr richard lindzen linson. These were founders of the c o two coalition and they are among the most knowledgeable and recognized in terms of atmospheric physics an understanding the greenhouse effect which is not a simple thing and just as an aside. Of course my book is a boat fake invisible catastrophes and the fact that carbon dioxide is invisible. They use photographs of air pollution in china. And say look at what the carbon is doing. That is not carbon dioxide because you can't see carbon dioxide you can see pollution particulate matter in the air. That's a completely different thing. Carbon dioxide is invisible therefore the average person just simply can't see what it's doing. I can't see what it's doing. I have to understand the science to understand what. Co two is doing and what it is doing primarily is supporting all life on earth. Just a tiny a story. I used to laugh at people who said when they talk to their plants. it makes them grow. Better makes them like you and happy. Well in fact it's true because when you talk to your plants you are breathing about forty thousand parts per million carbon dioxide on them because we re that out when we talk when we live and so the plant is getting supersaturated fertilizer when you talk to it like air only has four hundred parts per million so we breath out one hundred times the concentration of carbon dioxide that is in the natural heir thus giving the plant fertilizer and no wonder they like you talking to them. Because you're giving them their lifeblood so let's let's talk about co two. Because i think would ends up getting lost. And i have this conversation with a lot of friends whether it's about oil and gas or co two or whatever it is so co two levels have risen from two hundred and seventy parts per million. And i think now we're sort of four ten and to your to your point of we have made this invisible gas the boogeyman. We don't spend a lot of time talking about methane. We don't spend a lot of time talking about water vapor in the air and it's heating or cooling effect..

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"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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03:58 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"What is going on hot technicians. It is david ramzan. Would here for another episode of the hot today. Podcast that we have had about six week. Maybe even eight week break from putting some episodes out. So i hope you've enjoyed not hearing my voice but we are back and i have been trying to get patrick. Moore who is the director of the co two coalition on the podcasts. While we had it scheduled three weeks ago my computer crashed and everyone knows that the worst thing in the world is when you have your computer crashes and you have no idea if you're gonna lose all your data turns out. I didn't lose. My data to computer is back and my man. Patrick moore is here. how are you today. I am one hundred percent david. So i'm really excited about this episode because we're gonna talk all things but i wanna start with talk to me about the co two coalition. I know we've had gregory redstone on the podcast. Before i know he has bumper stickers that says i love co two. I make jokes in my speech. That i'm a mass polluter because every time i breathe out i'm creating co two which apparently is very bad and yet the plants seem to love me. So let's talk about i. What is the organization. What is it that you do. And then let's get right into it with c o two david co two coalition was founded in twenty sixteen in washington. Dc has offices are now in arlington just across the river and our purpose is to help people understand that the denigration of co two the idea that c o two is a bad thing and even threatens the existence of the earth apparently and all life upon it is a complete lie. Carbon dioxide is the basis of all life on earth and always has been for the last three plus billion years. There would be no life if it wasn't for carbon dioxide in the air and in the c. carbon dioxide dissolves in water just like oxygen does because the animals in the sea are dependent upon oxygen in the water but all the plants in the sea. Now the ones we can see with. Our eyes are the kelps. Everybody knows what kelp is. That is a plant. It is using the carbon dioxide in the ocean to grow but most plants in the are microscopic or very small. they're called phytoplankton. Which means plant. Plankton and plankton are small. There are also zooplankton. As in zoology or animal. And those are animals that they're bigger than the phytoplankton. The fighter plankton are the smallest pretty. Well well back terrier. Some phytoplankton are bacteria in fact the blue green. Algae are plant so these tiny plance faith. They're the basis of the food chain in the see if it wasn't for them there'd be nothing for the animals to eat the same way as if it were not for plants like we eat there'd be nothing to eat his even when we eat animals. We are eating plants because we're eating animals that ate plants so we we should start thinking like a plant that is the basic message here and if you thought like a plant you would know that. Co two is the most important thing for your very existence along with water so co two plus water and sunshine through photosynthesis equal sugar glucose being the main one and that is the basis of energy to drive all of life to make us be able to move and talk and exist actually so the co two coalition believes with all our heart with all our science and we have some.

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U.S. Space Force Missile-Warning Satellite Rockets Into Orbit

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01:21 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Space Force Missile-Warning Satellite Rockets Into Orbit

"Missile warning satellite for the space force rocketed toward orbit Tuesday. It was the fifth in a serious of space based infrared systems satellites. Mento replace the longtime defense support program Constellation of Surveillance satellites. United Launch Alliance set the Atlas Five rocket toward Cape Canaveral are from, I should say well from from big difference from Cape Canaveral. Space force stations. All right. Let's get to that launch 543 at listen to lift off lift off line that was five rocket with fifth space based in friend System satellite, the United States Space Force. 15 seconds into flight. He's gone too closely Controlled engine operating parameters. Continue. Look good. You're hearing the voice of Patrick Moore providing launch vehicle that data. Those will keep getting the pitch over. Program body. Rachel. Good. Good to your pressure on both of us are bees. Lockheed Martin one a $1.86 billion contract for the satellite and the next one that's due to launch next year. They're intended for an orbit 22,300 miles high.

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Nvidia to Directly Challenge Intel With Arm-Based Server Chip

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

Nvidia to Directly Challenge Intel With Arm-Based Server Chip

"For we start off tonight with a semi smackdown the gloves coming off in the battle of the giants. Invidia fires of direct shot at intel. Let's get straight to. Josh lipton with all the details josh so melissa ceo jensen wong is transformed into a true powerhouse. With that companies graphics chips these are processors that generate images and accelerate. Now video plans to make its own servers. Cpu to those are the primary brains in most computing devices in video. Also saying t. That's first quarter. Revenue is tracking above its previous outlook of five point. three billion. And that's doc posted. Its best day here over a month. Some investors clearly saw in announcement as a direct shot at intel with reported twenty six billion in revenue permits data center group in two thousand and twenty. That was a jump eleven percent. that's doctors had. Its worst day since late february. So how bad is this news. Though for pat gelsinger techy. Patrick moore had capturing that his copy still does both certain advantages invidia with his new service is targeting more of a niche market. Patrick says and intel's still the giants dominates about ninety percent of this market. No response from intel on that invidia news. There was also that big one chip summit today remember. President binds infrastructure plan does include fifty billion dollars to the american chip industry. Melissa back to you josh. Quick question on the niche market point. How big is this market. Or how profitable is this to make the such a big deal that they're going after specifically this narrow part of the market. You're going after what it's called the hp hp mortgage so that is a market that would include things like national lab laboratories like los alamos. That's why patrick moorhead. In his point was saying one. These are different. Intel as dominating about ninety percent of that service you market and patrick's point is that intel's focus is different. It's really targeting. More general business uses and cloud providers. But we'll see how it plays out and listen

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"patrick moore" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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03:10 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"In fourteen or swint noko now live and local via the collision of specialists studios all right as our conversation. Continues this morning talking. Little bit about Weld county wyoming That initiative of foot once again. Not the first time we saw this The fifty state movement to be more precise back in two thousand thirteen and eleven counties across the state does this underscore the urban rural divide like we have never seen before particularly given the moves made just recently by president. Joe biden begging. The question are the president's executive orders directed at. Let's call it for what it is kicking the legs out from under the oil and gas industry. Nothing more than a quasi green new deal by any other name. Oh sure says. Climate czar john kerry gas industry workers that are displaced by these moves. Well don't worry about it. If you lose your job you go make a sought. A solar panels are go work. In the electric vehicle industry conveniently omitting the point particularly when it comes to solar and sure i mean wind and solar part of the equation but not a panacea right but he conveniently leaves out the part of the equation. That many of these jobs particularly in the solar industry anybody remembers celinda. Yeah i'll bet you do. That was a boondoggle. Wasn't it but many of these jobs in the solar panel industry would also setting up the infrastructure and once those jobs are completed. Guess what the jobs are done. You've got the biden energy secretary nominee saying that well unfortunately some jobs might have to be sacrificed to the climate a gender. What's really going on here. Had fascinating conversation yesterday morning on warnings with gail with dr patrick more. He's been a leader in the international environmental field for more than forty years. Interestingly enough he is a cofounder of greenpeace he served as nine years as president of greenpeace canada. Seven years as a director of green peace international this before well greenpeace was bought and sold. But what is the endgame here. Dr patrick moore author of the book fake invisible catastrophes and threats of doom. He has some thoughts on that matter..

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Groundhog Day gone wrong: Some of the worst moments in the holiday’s history

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04:07 min | 1 year ago

Groundhog Day gone wrong: Some of the worst moments in the holiday’s history

"There's a pretty good track record of some epic ground. How groundhog day fails. yeah Some of the worst moments in history. Not only for the whistle pig itself. But for its handlers. Pretty controversial moments over the years. It was back on february. second twenty fourteen. You remember this. don't you mayor. Bill de blasio. New york flinched as the handler placed. Chuck in his arms. How much would would with chuck chuck chuck chuck would causing the groundhog to fall to the ground now. The groundhog was actually a female stand in for chuck named charlotte and sadly well passed away several days later. Oh yes but circling the wagons. You had the staten island zoo coming out and saying that it appeared unlikely that the groundhogs death was related to the fall. And that's their story and they're sticking to it now unfortunately back in two thousand sixteen. Stonewall jackson was a groundhog never made to a ceremony on he actually passed away. On the eve of the holiday jackson's death resulted in the cancellation of groundhog day. Ceremonies ending a streak of more than twenty years of predictions at the space farms. Zoo m museum in sussex new jersey and then there was chuck tyson on february. Second of two thousand fifteen. You had mayor jonathan freud. His name of wisconsin. Well let's say. He got a little unwanted attention from jimmy. The groundhog as jimmy chuck tyson. The groundhog bit. The mayor's left ear. that left a mark. Yeah apparently The mayor leaned in to hear jimmy's prediction and got a little nibble instead. Now at first the mayor said there would be an early spring that he was mistaken. I hear too well as jimmy took a chunk out of his ear. Jimmy actually as did punxsutawney phil. This morning predicted six more weeks of winter february. Second two thousand nine. Staten island chuck. Well he bit then mayor michael bloomberg the bite happened just before chuck made his prediction as the mayor reached into the groundhogs cottage. The groundhog has palatial digs and tried to coax him out with some of his favorite sa k s.'s. Can't say i can't say the word because well my little Rudy is sleeping until he hears that word and then he would allow can get very demanding. Apparently chuck's handler swertz said about bloombert's struggle with the rodent while they were trying to lure him out with corn but i guess he was having none of it and then there was twenty sixteen. You had ed the groundhog from turtle back zoo in west orange new jersey. Apparently this large and go up the overslept. And he missed the ceremony. So otis otis. The hedgehog had to fill in apparently the warm weather change to ed's hibernation pattern which caused him to oversleep this according to county officials. So happy groundhog day. Twenty twenty one to which you say. How can you tell. Yeah i hear you. Twenty twenty Groundhog day every day seemingly. So again my suggestion to you this morning. Take it or leave it Why not just flip the script a little bit. Maybe do something a little bit different today. Albeit suggestion is yeah. You want to make sure that you do it

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"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

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04:05 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

"Buying tons a new gear and plug ins acoustically treating my room nice It never ends dude. It's a it's a rabbit hole. Dear god is it a rabbit hole so but man. I'm getting into this whole thing man. And i'm absolutely absolutely love it so if anyone's listening out there and you're in a band or you're in a project and you wanna have a song mixed i would be open to that conversation so put putting that out there too so so tell us how folks can get in touch with you The standard ways facebook instagram. Things like that. But i do have a website. Unfortunately it is my full name. The guy with renames. Joseph patrick more dot com mines. Mine's the tour bus. Podcasts dot com. So we go. We've got my god. Yeah yeah so. They can reach me their contact page or j. p. m. joseph park more dot com is the easiest way i check my email every day pretty much so awesome well man. I've just had a blast.

"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

"I got copier album. I really liked it. And i noticed that you mix the album. Would you consider mixing one of our songs and one of them said our love to it'd be honored to so i gave them a quote and he said cool sent me the track a mixed the track And that's a whole learning process to which i've have regrets for some people just don't know what you've got some apologies to make the but nonetheless he liked what i did and At the end of the day he calling back said man we like it. How would you feel mixing the rest of our album. I was like dude. I'm all in. So i've i've been actually mixing right now on the last song of their album and out maxi has a matt bissonnette on bass and matt plays with elton john right now and a while. It has tony on drums and tony played with The doobie brothers and some other people and he's got guests people on it so there are some kind of like killing plan and really great tones in some of it was recorded capitol studios in l. a. some was recorded at sweetwater studios the sweetwater music. And so any may not finish in the mixes on this song. And so somehow again things have evolved where You know. I play bass in a right this weird music but i've also now been a getting into this whole mixing fang and i've been building out my studio buying tons a new gear and plug ins acoustically treating my room nice It never ends dude. It's a it's a rabbit hole..

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"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

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05:48 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

"Okay but i'm on contract. And i have been on contract now for three years. It's it's year to year but the guy on the show is a bass player named derek jones. And derek is a monster player. Incredible incredible do incredible player He you know in the show you have to play electric fretless an upright and and so i do that. But but it's his gig basically every chair every chair in say again every musician in that band has to have to on-call artist in case they get sick and under contract you are you. You are guaranteed so many shows a month. So i've got guaranteed work every month for you know and then if something happens it than they got the show covered you know anything curtains up as they like to say sure. But the here's the weird thing man so back in two thousand three. When i was with this band blue ground undergrads. We were an oscar. Were underground you sit wrong. Blue blue say it again. So back to undergrad. Blue ground undergrads was like a hippie jam band bluegrass band with drums and hardcore. Bluegrass hated it. Because it had drums put the pedal steel player had distortion pedals and like kendrick stuff and it was. It was a lot of fun But we played this festival in two thousand two or three at it was called the old settlers festival. Outside of austin and on the bill was speaking enjoy went down the devil went down georgia was it was blue. Grandma undergrad and then a band called nickel creek. And then the charlie daniels band and so we played. And i'm hanging out you know we have. We had a tour bus. We're hanging out backstage. And there was this weird guy who played with nickel creek the space player and he had like a stick bass the electric upright basis. And i did too and he was like you got that i was like whoa dude you that and we hit it off. Well it turns out that was derek jones. Wow derek is the bass player on kyw here. Yeah los vegas now now now too fast for back to dared. Now the way the cirque thing works he didn't and he told me this he didn't really pull strings and he didn't necessarily get the gig but he did. He did vouch for me. I think i think from what i've heard from a couple guys. Then basically the way it worked was the three candidates for the gig. What they did is the whole band. Got together with the indie. They watched all our videos that we did that. I had done two years ago or a year and a half ago that point and then they talked about it. And i talked about their strengths and weaknesses and that sort of thing and but it's it was voted on by the band by committee. Who would get the gig. And then you'd have to go in and the course kind of do another audition once they kind of said. You're the guy to make sure that you're really the guy you know So anyway all that to say dare. At least i did know derrick derrick. You me so. I think there was a little bit of poland meyler about and for me but it's not like one hundred percent got me the gig but i'm not so sure he didn't have something to do with it again going back to relationships and experiences and you never know thing. They really clearly man in office. And when we're doing the old settlers fessel we hung out and played bass and at the time he was real into cs lewis and he was into that book. the diary what was the The book here. Everybody's screaming at me right now..

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"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

The Tour Bus Podcast

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

"Again, my wife being more cautious than me was saying, why are we going to? We're going to be you know what you what are you gonNA do for Work and You. Do you know anybody and it's like no I don't and I don't know and it'll be fine. she's like well, you know you should think about the Circus Soleil got shows out there. You should think about that. You think about that I'm Mike Non. Great don't get me wrong. I'm not interested in that's not something I wanNA do. And she kept hounding me man she kept how let me you that be right up your alley. Well come to find out it is. But I was like man I'm just I don't see myself doing that you know but she held the me so. God I kind of I went to the circus La website, and then there's a couple more stories in there. But the short version is I went to their website. There was no auditions being called a just had general music and submit submit a video your honest to God I did this to please my wife to say because she was how honestly how to me about I was like all right I'm going to do it just so I can say look I did it I tried to get work I'm trying really hard So I shot this video and my studio in Atlanta. And when I did it again are always try to sometimes to my detriment I I, try to go above the call of duty was basically you know an iphone videos. Cool. We just WANNA. Hear you play. Well, you know me I i. do like three camera shoot and like you know multi record it, and like an I know enough and final cut pro I ended it. Myself created this really nice looking video did a introduction about myself fell short revised version. And I did it man and I said there done. Joseph. Patrick Patrick. So I was like look I'm I did it job resume submitted and so we moved out here again no work totally forgot about it man honest to God I. It year had gone by because that was like two thousand sixteen in this time it's two thousand seventeen we moved out here or House closed on our house were here kind of getting in the vibe out here getting transitioned. And we close our house in March and August one day randomly again, I'm just still meeting people here in town. You know get my studio setup here and doing some stuff and I get this phone call from Montreal and the Guy Goes Joseph calling on behalf? Circus Soleil. We've had an opening at a show called. It the MGM and we think you'd be a perfect fit and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA, put you in the pipeline and you're going to be getting a call from the MD. So I get a call from them the and he said, Hey Joseph My name's Richard the MD of the show and You're one of three candidates for the show and goes I just WANNA. Let you know I'll be back in touch. And so. But there is another story I do have to share because it is important and it was very important. So that the I'm not the guy on the show I'm what they call an on call artists, which is a glorified term I'm a sub on the show. Okay. But I'm on contract and I have been on contract now for three years. It's year. To year. But the guy on the show is a bass player named Derek. Jones and Derek is a monster player. Incredible. Incredible. Do Incredible Player He you know in the show, you have to play electric fretless an upright and and so I do that but but it's his gig basically every chair every chair in. Say again, every musician in that band has to have to on-call artist. In case they get sick and under contract you are you are guaranteed. So many shows a month. So I've got guaranteed work every month for you know and then if something happens it than they got the show covered, you know anything curtains up as they like to say sure. But the here's the weird thing man so. Back in two thousand three when I was with this band blue ground undergrads. We were an Oscar were underground wrong blue blue. Say it again. So back. To undergrad blue ground undergrads was like a hippie jam band bluegrass band with drums and hardcore bluegrass hated it because it had drums put the pedal steel player had distortion pedals and like Kendrick stuff and it was it was a lot of fun. but we played this festival in two, thousand, two or three. It was called the old settlers festival outside Austin. And on the bill was speaking, enjoy went down the devil went down Georgia was it was blue grandma undergrads and then a band called Nickel Creek and then the Charlie Daniels band. and. So we played and I'm hanging out. You know we have we had a tour bus. We're hanging out backstage and there was this weird guy who played with nickel. Creek the space player and he had like a stick Bass, the Electric Upright Bass and I did too. And he was like you got that I was like Whoa dude you that and we hit it off. Well, it turns out that was Derek Jones wow. Derek. Is the Bass player on Kyw here and Yeah Plus Vegas now now now too fast for back to. Dared. Now, the way the cirque thing works he didn't, and he told me this, he didn't really pull strings and he didn't necessarily get the GIG but he did he did vouch for me I. Think I think from what I've heard from a couple guys then. Basically, the way it worked was. The three candidates for the GIG. What they did is the whole band got together with the indie. They watched all our videos that we did that I had done two years ago or a year and a half ago that point. And then they talked about it. and. I talked about their strengths and weaknesses. And that sort of thing and but it's it was voted on by the band by committee who would get the GIG and then you'd have to go in and the course kind of do another audition once they kind of said. You're the guy to make sure that you're really the guy you know So anyway, all that to say dare at least I did know Derrick Derek you me. So I think there was a little bit of Poland Meyler about and for me, but it's not like one hundred percent got me the GIG but I'm not so sure he didn't have something to do with it again, going back to relationships and experiences and you never know thing. that. They really clearly man and Austin when we're doing the old settlers fessel, we hung out and played bass, and at the time he was real into CS Lewis and he was into that book the diary. What was the? the book here. Everybody's screaming at me right now I can't think of the name of the book, but we talked about that book and we just clicked man we hung out for hours that day and I remember that really vividly and dude, we never talked again until you know all this time all.

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"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

The Tour Bus Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

"I'm your host jay and today we've got part two of our interview with joseph patrick moore bass player for circus soleil by now you probably realize that he has just gone all over the country. The world Playing bass and played with just all kinds of different people We're only scratching the surface on these interviews Whose past couple of weeks. So it's incredibly fascinating. And i hope you enjoy it as much as i did. She's like well. You know you think about the circus. Always gushes out there. You should think about that. You think about that. If you kept hounded me man kept how mean about that. Be right up your alley. Come to find out it. Is i get this phone. Call from montreal. you're one of three candidates basically civil learn the whole show. And we're going to call. We're gonna pick it song from that show. We're not gonna tell you what it is in the show you have to play. Electric ellison an upright when when the show starts at seven o'clock it's an onslaught for an hour and a half or somebody falls or something happens. And then all of a sudden we hear the q. Hold here told here. Luke disbar over and over and over one hundred four. Okay want to go so for anyone. Who's listening in might be interested in getting involved with cirque du soleil. I had no work once again. Faith we're playing at southside And you're right know definitely a standard of excellence while we're playing there. Is you know that's what's helped me grow. Musically that's been my. I talk a little bit in the podcast about getting at bats Just opportunities to play with other people and other people that are better than you and through south side. I got to do that. Do you've got to do that By way of like you guys you folks. We mentioned other folks on this podcast. They've gone on to do awesome things. you know we all about our way I look up and you're in nevada all the sudden doing your thing doing the thing you do..

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"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

The Tour Bus Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

"You do know and totally radically different keyser. Yeah there was all that going on. So there's a whole different like undercurrent of education that you can't get in a school environment you have to be in the trenches out there playing and there's no starting and stopping in front of a live audience. You just you just go and hang on yup or check your cable or your back here. Manitoba wait a minute. I'm not getting the sound knobs like. Oh yeah there was a couple of nights of those. You lost the gig. Where'd you go from there. We'll continue to stay in memphis. And that's when i put out my cd and i guess Had that desire to just. I like being creative. I have since put out a lot of cds and worked on a lot of projects. I'm very grateful for that yet. I just have this internal creative thing in me that just has to create. And when we get into the whole church thing you know it's like that's almost. The antithesis anticipate antithesis of the creation part. Because you're almost recreating and it's the same appear in a cover band environment. There's a lot to be gained from that but you are almost recreating a fan. Which is great and that's challenging and its own regard so it's like you're wearing that hat but then i had this creative bug to just wanna create original art. Yeah and which weird weird base music dude and plug for jobs patron more for for anybody that's into solo bass music. Joe's patrick more calls it weird. It's it's art man. It's it's it's this thing some of it's great Joseph patrick moore's actually part of Ron which will come up You play the baseline on our intro song. That plays under me when i'm doing my intro. That's right and that was called. Sam hain which is from A word used in the movie halloween saying. Hey that's where he was kind of a dark heavy metal kind of vibe and that's where rock tonics and another plug if you you everybody should hear the rest of that song Because it just keeps going and gets more killer more dark and rock and roll Chris blackwell plays. Just sit guitar on your plan. Based on it. The the intro. Riff is awesome. I was like that's the one i'm wayne buyer on drums. Who met through the church. World and chris actually. I met at north point. And and yeah chris killing on that tune and he actually well. There's a couple of stories in that song but nonetheless. He sounds amazing and That was a fun project that we did back in two thousand fourteen. So if you're into solo bass music Artsy stuff creative stuff man Judge patrick just has a just a full catalogue of man just every it's not even just music. I don't think that's what i say. It's not easy. I don't know what. Yeah yeah uber the boundaries of music and art. I would say in your catalog with all your stuff but anyways so you got into recording and that was before you knew that you were still in memphis..

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"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

The Tour Bus Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on The Tour Bus Podcast

"Bus podcast on your host Jay and today we have just an incredible Bass player Joseph Patrick more. He currently lives out in Nevada Vegas and place for or near Vegas and place for the residency Cirque du Soleil show out there which if you've never been to certain Soleil, look them up check out some of them, all the musics done live. It's like this weekend circus but all the music is performed live and it is no walk in. Park before that man Joseph has so much experience and wisdom to share. We can do probably fifteen interviews and I hope we get to. But this the next couple episodes are interviews with Joseph. Patrick more. They're just packed full of wisdom grabs heat listen. Hope you enjoyed. That was a product of music education. But when I got the GIG on Bill Street and I was playing seven nights a week for three years. That was a whole other school I'd walk over to him onstage. Go to what is this? I don't know any because just follow my left hand off left hand. What's your wife thinking through this? Always feel like you're only as good is the last note you play. You're only as good as last song you played you're only as good as last Gig you did you know the room was at right the food's not right man the sound chicks, my mantra suck I mean do that sinks ship really quick. There's a lot of people out there in the music business who don't have the greatest talent. Wildly successful. Joseph.

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Patrick Mouratoglou

No Challenges Remaining

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Patrick Mouratoglou

"Welcome to new challenges remaining I am. Ben Rothenberg I'm lead on this show to be joined by Patrick Moore. The founder of the Motagua Academy coach of Serena Williams and more recently, the creator of the ultimate tennis showdown UTSA, which is one of the events springing up during this crooner virus stoppage that continues on the tours, so Patrick is here to talk about his new ups products, but also a couple other things large more largely in the sport in general to talk about emotion, antennas change in tennis room for growth in tennis as well as some of the more recent news around proposals around the US Open where limit players only having one entourage member with them onsite per player, and also how his charged Serena Williams is handling this stoppage in tour. Among other things hope you enjoy this. I've wanted to have patrick on for a long time so I'm glad to get him today here. He is help you enjoy. Very said V joined here by Patrick more talk to talk about the ultimate tennis showdown ups which you've started up. Thanks for being here for civil and I'm curious. Just this idea you had for. UTSA is this something that you had an idea for before? Or is this purely been sort of a Brainchild of this of the stop time on on tour. is both. I've been thinking about it for a long time because I aware that the average age of the fan of tennis is getting older where at sixty one years old now and it's getting older every year so. This sense, quite a lot of messages to us the first mets. A message is that. The core fans of tennis have very loyal to tennis. The started to love is probably in the seventies and eighties steel here for two years old fifty years afterwards shows that. Tennis is very addictive. It's it's a great sport, so we keep our fence, but it says also that we're not renewing our fund base so we not getting New People on board especially not. Not many young people so I thought that Dennis needed something else I'm not saying that. The ATP W have to change and the. Grand Slam something. He's great also to tradition I think they're also doing a good job at. Making their fence happy because they're still here for fifty years after, but I think it's important also to get New People on board to To to to grow the fan base of tennis, and especially to to renew its so I think for that. We need a second second league. That is more modern. That is different that proposes A. Product you can do. It doesn't sound good for sport, but it is a product because it's. Not Product a product that. That is more that. Faster more dynamic, more interactive, more modern. And that's what's better. The younger generations already interested in marketing for that can see you guys having a lot of fun with this or just taking it I want to say less seriously, but you know the the the nicknames for players that come out like. The Greek God and you know we the French flair and Matteo. Bertini the hammer like these are not things that you would have seen Wimbledon do. Had this been normal tour year right now and so I. I guess I'm curious. You're somebody who I think you know from seeing your. Thoughts on different things and you're somebody who gets thanks tennis should be. Has Room to be a lot looser, right? A lot less tied to tradition into being serious all the time potentially Zephyr. Yes but I'm a tennis fan since four years old. I gave everything I had for tennis and an often is also the way it is. So I understand that the core fans don't want change. I think steal the could be some slight changes, but. But. Basically I like tennis. The way it is is just that We don't take ourselves seriously. We WanNA. Have Fun we WANNA. Enjoy won't for me. sports is has to be all these. It has to be fun. It has to be emotional. It has to be interactive and especially in our world in twenty twenty, the will change so much and the way consumers. Watch sports and video in general. Has Changed so much in the last years I think it's important to propose a different way to Turkistan is for that reason. If we want to get you, get you offense on board. That's the only way and we have to consider also that the offer is so much bigger than what he what it used to be. The is now you have so many different sports. You have gaming. Older Serres. There are so many different. Options, so if your product is slow complicated or you need to invest three hours, minimum or two and a half hours. You have no chance to get the young people so I. Think it's very complimentary. I think both leaks can really live will next to each other and feed each other. Actually

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"patrick moore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"patrick moore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Trump districts. And they're quite moderate. I was on FOX on Sunday. And in the green room was Katie hill from California Trump district, and there's a lot of them and not happy with some of the things that have happened. So far and Nancy Pelosi is trying to bring her caucus back on track. They've been quite distracted. Listen, there's just trying to weaken the president Adam Schiff said this and the absence of graphic evidence. It will be difficult to get the support in the Senate needed to make an impeachment successful. Again. My feeling is let's see what. Bob Muller produces the evidence would be pretty over. It must be pretty overwhelming. Keep in mind. The Adam Schiff is already moved the goalposts. Adam Schiff has already said, well, the president sat down for you, Robert Muller. So therefore, we got to look at more Adam Schiff has found out. I he said he was talking to Michael Cohen, the key witness turned code on the states is longtime attorney, and they spent fourteen hours with shift directly or his staff, fourteen hours to talk about security yet to talk about security and logistics. Is anyone believe that or they try to get maximum information about the most? Resposible things they can't about Donald Trump overs array of businesses would discuss that. And also the ridiculousness of this. We know about the green deal and how we practical implausible and damaging is too. I believe the left, but that's their problem. And they gotta figure it out because I know moderates aren't happy about it. And some of it reads like a comic book, but that didn't stop mayor defazio from building on it. He thinks he can help sell the say save the environment by stopping kids from eating meat. Listen to our mayor in New York City, cut fourteen. If you're thinking about our kids individually, we want them to be as healthy as they can be. And we want them to learn as well as they can learn and meatless Mondays will help create more balance in their lives. We're talking about climate the existential threat of global warming. Yeah. A climate that Alexandra Cossio Cortez says we probably should think twice about having children and the world's going to end in ten years unless we do something. And that is get rid of cars in cows. Patrick Moore was cofounder of Greenpeace he was on with us earlier to say he was a climate deniers to low ball. And and silent what deniers means he is a big time deniers, he's actually pro carbon listen to this. When he got on he called, a Senator Casio Cortes, a twit anyone on to get worse. Cut fifteen. Yes. Of course, climate change is real it's been happening since the beginning of time, but it's not dangerous, and it's not made by people climate change is perfectly natural phenomenon and this modern warm period actually began about three hundred years ago when little ice age began to come to an end there is nothing to be afraid of. And that's all they're doing is instilling fear. Most of the. Scientists who are saying it's a crisis are on perpetual government grants on one hand, they say the sciences settled and people like myself should just shut up because they know what's right on the other hand, they seem to keep studying it forever. As if there's something new to find out. All right. We're going to talk about this. We're gotta talk about the border wall. We're gonna talk about the vote on Thursday that is going to need a veto on the president to put back on track. There would fund the wall to the tune of eight billion dollars as well. As address the crisis at the border. We'll talk about that in a moment. But we come back Mary O'Grady joins us from the Wall Street Journal, many of you like I am concerned. We was going on to South America. You see these people suffering in starving. You see the lights off in that country with his just overrun with oil next to Saudi Arabia, one of the big greatest areas to have natural resources greatest countries. So we're gonna find out what's happening there with Madero with quite oh, and which are role in it. And why the secretary of state yesterday called out Russia and Cuba directly for sustained. Meaning that corrupt government. We'll find out where this is heading with Mary in a moment at the bottom of the hour, how we should underline our differences argue about it, but not make it personal with Arthur Brooks. And we'll talk about other things in the news, including the Democrats, socialist agenda, and how it has Rahm Emanuel beside himself in a big story in the Atlantic. This is the Brian Kilmeade show. Don't move. He's Brian Kilmeade..

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