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"paul mars" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

06:25 min | Last month

"paul mars" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"Joe rogan news according to newsweek dot com joe rogan caused something of a stir at the his latest park as in which the comedian said that coacher would lead to silencing of straight white men speaking to comedian joe liss on delays episode of his spotify podcast the joe rogan experience which the host says gets over two hundred million dollars per month on the platform rogan expressed concern about not being allowed to talk due to his privileged. You can never pardon my bellied folks. Sorry about that. You can never be woke enough that the problem accused going rogue is said on monday keeps going further and further down the line. And if you get to the point where you Excuse me Cap pizza too late and you agree to all these demands ale eventually get to where straight white men are not allowed to talk. Because it's your privilege to express yourself when other people of color have been silenced throughout history so the fifty-three-year-old podcast elaborated by saying that he thinks people will take advantage of whoa culture by calling some out because others have it worse it will be. You're not allowed to go outside. He added because so many people were imprisoned for so many. His guest started laughing. rogan continued. I'm not joking it really will get there. It's that crazy organ eventually concluded that people just need to be nice to each other. The podcast is comments have left some listeners. Scratching their heads as rogan himself. Says he has millions of listeners. As well as a spotify deal estimated to be worth over one hundred main according to the wall street journal someone tell joe rogan. He got a one hundred million podcast deal. He's he's doing just fine unless he lost his pin. Said comedian brainy posey. Oh man no future. Generations might be route of rogan's podcast Observations on the human condition stopping right now. Walk mob joke. Philip michaels Journalists at tom guide while the nation journalists ellie Asks can joe rogan point to one day in in american history where it straight white men. Shut the fuck up. Oh oh if you if you start the clock in thirteen eighty seven. Dave had roughly eight five thousand five hundred opportunities to give it a rest for day in have never once. Let the goddamn of spent without offering in opinion man political commentary twitter account the paul mar report added. Meanwhile jewelry really thinks that straight white men are fighting for their right to continue being allowed to speak. He's that secure about people in demographics. Finally get a shot at an equal voice. What if i can loser. Some twitter users pointed out that despite his loss pack for a number of the joe rogan experience were removed from spotify conservative comments Commentator tommy lauren. Defendant rogin tweeting will. Joe rogan is right. It's open season on straight white men in y'all need to stop bowing to the ma stop apologizing for being straight white men. Rogin is no stranger to controversy in abrahim spot. Fierce debate for saying that young people don't need to worry about the cover nineteen vaccine if they are healthy okay to the next topic. Amanda going a little a little bit of of damn tension on this motherfucker. Who is he to tell some. Marty not to worry about the gover- nineteen vaccine you. Fuck eighty we are in a middle of we in a minute of a dilemma. Because this corona virus has or if the unit tell somebody to to basically say that the to say that the healthy Needed first of all. You don't get to choose. All right. I hate to say. I don't really agree on things that he says so goes nothing look man. More stories are more for having opinions and stuff but the same time but the saint. Tom if you're not dot they're in you don't know what you're talking about me in need to really you really need to shut the fuck up. That's all. I'm saying if you know something just just just research what this research. What the topic's going to beat talked.

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"paul mars" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:12 min | 4 months ago

"paul mars" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"This week we are going from number ninety two number eighty one of the countdown from nineteen eighty-four and we are doing the one zero six point seven pop songs of that year. Just kind of taking a look at it in the past. We've been holly i and now we're starting to invite in some of our favorite people and this is certainly the case. I've been a big fan of carmel. Halts for a long time. I listened to her at wf uv and just her Her presence and just her just engagement with with the music. It was wonderful it was always a treat to hear her voice and i was actually kind of disappointed when she left. What what's going on was happening. Why are you. Why are you ripping carmel away from me. But as it turns out is she. She's got plans. She is actually as i opened up my email yesterday. The number eight most powerful person in the triple a universe according to according to paul mars lack and his top twenty two. This celebrated this is carmel. Holt of the syndicated radio. Show xiros so welcome carmel. Thank you so much nick. Great to be here. Thank you dave. Hi holly new. Thank you so much for all those kind words. Save on like start crying again crying for tears sir. Happy tears. that's what i'm saying. Yes yes that's so nice to be here. Thank you for inviting me. Yeah so yeah. Cool thing though now is with a syndicated show is people not necessarily in new york all over the country. You can hear you tell us a little bit about xiros. What is the idea behind it. what i did was basically take the two things that i know which is play listed music and interviewing and put them together into an hour show whose mission is to amplify and celebrate women in music but in a way that raises awareness about the lack of quality on the airwaves both on the hosting side and the programming side. Those behind the scenes on the mike at the radio stations and also in the playlist and in the music business general. And so what i am to do is to provide listeners. This opportunity to hear something that they don't normally hear there's all these baked in rules for some reason of programming where you're not supposed to play two women on the air back to back you're not supposed to have two female deejays on the air back to back. This is somewhere some. I don't know how this came into being but this has been a rule And so I'm trying to subvert that With this show and also just give listeners. You know because it's like you don't even know this is so baked in. You've always heard it this way. You're not even aware that it's something that you're missing so Rather than just trying to be an echo chamber of like okay. This is for for ladies. This is really for everybody. i'm just saying. Hey there's all this music that you're not hearing. Because of these strange baked in rules music would be better for everybody if it was a more level playing field. There's also a a new show launching in the spring back circling back to sonos based on their player which will be launching in march. Well same team. Same theme different different format awesome. That's very exciting. Yeah when did you become aware of the rule because you were music. Director know this unwritten rule that everyone knows about but and you know of course you probably. Your first question is why. And they'll so bizarre. I don't know i never have yet been able to find out the reason why you know it's interesting because so i'll answer your first question. When did i first become aware of it. I was aware of it. Basically from the beginning started in radio right out of college and I was a musician myself. And so i was on the other side of things where i was already coming up against barriers and challenges and frustrations and then when i got into radio i learned. Oh wow wait. This is like not any different from being over there over here and it's still that way but yeah i mean i myself. Unfortunately because i didn't get to make the rules. I just had to follow them. You know i programmed radio station for you now for eight years in one place and then six years in another and had to follow those rules myself and it was painful to do so rita. Houston your was your pd. You worked with her. Was this a conversation you had between the two of you. You must have like you know. I really want. This is an artist. I love. Why can't we play here or why can't you know there are four new artists this week. That are all women. I'd love to play all them. Why can't i play them on my show in you know at this time. So what was that discussion. Well the radio station As most aaa stations are Are programmed programmed re. Dj's don't have. There are a few exceptions to this. You know i think k. xp and maybe the current minneapolis have a much more open playlist but in in most cases radio. This is kind of like the peek behind the curtain. There is a music director. That's plugging in you. Know there's there's a program and new songs get added as well as old ones and there's percentages that are calculated by a program. Then there's a human element of like massaging those things and making sure that things sound good right but basically You're dealing with you know a stack of paper your logs every day and the music is already loaded in for you i did. I had very very little say in what.

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"paul mars" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:12 min | 4 months ago

"paul mars" Discussed on Pantheon

"This week we are going from number ninety two number eighty one of the countdown from nineteen eighty-four and we are doing the one zero six point seven pop songs of that year. Just kind of taking a look at it in the past. We've been holly i and now we're starting to invite in some of our favorite people and this is certainly the case. I've been a big fan of carmel. Halts for a long time. I listened to her at wf uv and just her Her presence and just her just engagement with the music. It was wonderful it was always a treat to hear her voice and i was actually kind of disappointed when she left. What what's going on was happening. Why are you. Why are you ripping carmel away from me. But as it turns out is she. She's got plans. She is actually as i opened up my email yesterday. The number eight most powerful person in the triple a universe according to according to paul mars lack and his top twenty two. This this is carmel. Holt of the syndicated radio. Show xiros so welcome carmel. Thank you so much nick. Great to be here. Thank you dave. Hi holly new. Thank you so much for all those kind words. Save on like start crying again crying for tears sir. Happy tears. that's what i'm saying. Yes yes that's so nice to be here. Thank you for inviting me. Yeah so cool thing. Though now is with a syndicated show is people not necessarily in new york all over the country. You can hear you tell us a little bit about xiros. What is the idea behind it. what i did was basically take the two things that i know which is play listed music and interviewing and put them together into an hour show whose mission is to amplify and celebrate women in music but in a way that raises awareness about the lack of quality on the airwaves both on the hosting side and the programming side. Those behind the scenes on the mike at the radio stations and also in the playlist and in the music business general. And so what i am to do is to provide listeners. This opportunity to hear something that they don't normally hear there's all these baked in rules for some reason of programming where you're not supposed to play two women on the air back to back you're not supposed to have two female deejays on the air back to back. This is somewhere some. I don't know how this came into being but this has been a rule And so I'm trying to subvert that With this show and also just give listeners key. You know because it's like you don't even know this is so baked in. You've always heard it this way. You're not even aware that it's something that you're missing so Rather than just trying to be an echo chamber of like okay. This is for for ladies. This is really for everybody. i'm just saying. Hey there's all this music that you're not hearing. Because of these strange baked in rules music would be better for everybody if it was a more level playing field. There's also a a new show launching in the spring back circling back to sonos based on their player which will be launching in march. Well same team. Same theme different different format awesome. That's very exciting. Yeah when did you become aware of the rule because you were music. Director know this unwritten rule that everyone knows about but and you know of course you probably. Your first question is why. And they'll so bizarre. I don't know i never have yet been able to find out the reason why you know it's interesting because so i'll answer your first question. When did i first become aware of it. I was aware of it. Basically from the beginning started in radio right out of college and I was a musician myself. And so i was on the other side of things where i was already coming up against barriers and challenges and frustrations and then when i got into radio i learned. Oh wow wait. This is like not any different from being over there over here and it's still that way but yeah i mean i myself. Unfortunately because i didn't get to make the rules. I just had to follow them. You know i programmed radio station for you now for eight years in one place and then six years in another and had to follow those rules myself and it was painful to do so rita. Houston your was your pd. You worked with her. Was this a conversation you had between the two of you. You must have like you know. I really want. This is an artist. I love. Why can't we play here or why can't you know there are four new artists this week. That are all women. I'd love to play all them. Why can't i play them on my show in you know at this time. So what was that discussion. Well the radio station As most aaa stations are Are programmed programmed reduce jays. Have there are a few exceptions to this. You know i think k. xp and maybe the current minneapolis have a much more open playlist but in in most cases radio. This is kind of like the peek behind the curtain. There is a music director. That's plugging in you. Know there's there's a program and new songs get added as well as old ones and there's percentages that are calculated by a program. Then there's a human element of like massaging those things and making sure that things sound good right but basically You're dealing with you know a stack of paper your logs every day and the music is already loaded. And for you i did. I had very very little say in what.

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"paul mars" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:17 min | 5 months ago

"paul mars" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Peace, then watches on and we've got it covered for you back to your calls In a moment at 802 280550 remember, you can always call us 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Consider us your release valve. What you agree or disagree? I know this is the Oasis Petroleum Be the Buffalo Hotline. I know it's designed for great North Dakotans to celebrate other great North Dakotans. And you sure can't do that there because all of you have the Same kind of be the Buffalo spirit They do at Oasis Petroleum, but it could also be the they hate him and hotline. That's okay too. Or just hate in general. Just hate hotline. You can hate anybody. Anything. A truck hate me. Hate me. Hate my brother. Hate other people. Whatever. I don't care. I thought you were supposed to love your brother. But I guess you don't hate your brother changes Ugo. Yeah, It's kind of a bummer. Today is Wednesday, and that means Swedish meatballs on my radar. A little bummed out. I didn't get to the lost Dani Este ran out of time. But Swedish meatballs or lasagna. Are they doing the Swedish meatballs? That's all I want in the valley cities that's gonna take about 45 minutes for you and I, but we'll get there. Maybe we trip we need to decompress you can get Swedish meatballs. Also, request may have a new dress for a book. So I know what you're picking. Valley City exit to 92 hardwood north of Fargo. She has choice today Teriyaki chicken at 12,000 north or we could go to Ulan for lasagna. They're back up. The catch is no longer closed. They sold out to sea tacos yesterday on they're going to go, Petros, Serve us a home, cook and grab and go convenience. Well, I think we should go to Valley City because I want to take a look at this. Unbelievable set of wheels. It's not free. But it's worth every penny. 2017 Chevrolet Suburban. Apocalypse and Valley City Sharp white color. Premier addition, this things only got 36,000 miles on it. Oh, it's got the coca dune leather interior. Call that tan, but they have to come up with new names with this stuff. Sunroof, DVD navigation power left. Did you get the picture? Heated seats. We don't need those cooled seats. Yeah. We need them both leather and new tires. 22 inch chrome wheels. Ah, one owner trade they This thing was treated treated like the most precious thing you could ever imagine. You signed a lot right now at 48,900. I suppose that 60 plus 70 new right? Well, yes, only 36,000 miles on so still new and 48 9 today. Straight 48 If you tell him you heard on the on us I had heard about on the radio brand new. This is Yeah. 80,000 for this one was the sticker on it. And it's 48 grand today. Unbelievable. Online, you'll find it and publish Valley City. Com column at 804 14352 couple off here calls first. I don't know where the off their calls tend to be a little nastier. Maybe it's easier. It's sort of a social media thing. But Todd, you play yours first. He should be impeached, That's for sure. He's the biggest crook in in the world. Needs to be a speech. I never thought I'd hear radio host that him and his brother would stand in front of a dormitory with their pants. Don't wait. What do you mean your brother? Mm hmm. Oh, yeah. I'm really lost by getting to know Scott. I didn't never I'd never did that. I don't have a brother. You I don't have a brother that did that. So question everything we now say this guy is not credible. I think maybe the dormitory pants down thing. Maybe reforming, referring to a former candidate for secretary state who admitted his mistake who you know, sadly got caught up in a political swirl when he's only trying to make sure we counted every vote likely. And bring the age of the secretary of state's office down about 60 years, But you know that's been adjudicated. That's not my brother. I did defend him at the time because I thought he Screwed up and admitted it. It'll do for anybody. Democrat or Republican. You just say Hey, I did it dumb. Sorry. I was in a dark place Whatever. Kevin has one to Cabot. Phil. What do you got? So here, the Republicans said all we need to be afraid of the Mexicans. Luke Hickey, Dirty Brown people. They're coming. They carry the plague. They're coming. We see him at the border. I could see him for my house at the border bill defense. Build a wall. Keep him out. We're gonna have to laugh at it. Now, Um, the Mexicans didn't bring the plague. It was the white people. Mexicans didn't bring the plague. It was white Republican president that didn't control the plague. And you're certain after last at it now build the wall held their building walls everywhere around the courthouse Is state Capitol anyplace that the Republican Party's gonna be But they're building a wall to keep the Republicans out. We have more to fear from Republicans who knew then we had to fear from the Mexicans. Berta. Ironic, isn't it? Hmm. I'll just let that sit there, mostly because I'm worried for her. You know, you think I had to possibly stroke on Monday that that's like stroke time? Uh oh. Ouch! Let's see here. Gene in Bere area. North Korea. There's another good little cove Gene. You got a minute ago. Good morning, Scott. Oh, let's see. What do we think up for a new man for the Republican Party about the party of UNIX? You know, I kind of like you, man. They won't fight and the Democrats they heard this morning that they picked Paul. Mar. Well, the guy from California with the Chinese Mistress or whatever, right? Okay. Now they put here Mommy Intelligence of Committee or nominated him for the Intelligence committee. Now that's a really intelligent thing. Who the heck else would men? They're about it. That's why you probably think, if you were you, Nick. So I'm connecting these dots for you.

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"paul mars" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"paul mars" Discussed on THEMOVE

"That that is not a breakaway that the normal the real Peterson guy gets dropped from I'm sorry he doesn't get dropped from that group ever and so I mean I in fact, I had him. Making it over those climbs with the. Front. Group. Staying in the pelivan making an the old Peterson gone. Or the one that. was so dominant three or four years ago he makes it over in that group no problem. I'm going back to my what I said early on when we were doing the July show is all these guys react differently from training some guys need more racing than training some guys can pull it off by just training. I think Peterson is one of those guys that needs a ton of racing and he's to just get hopefully better throughout the France. Well time will tell time will tell but George congratulations it was. Let's just jump into because I. Think we have now and we've talked about on here before this generation of call it twenty four and under, and it's so funny because in in cycling it's they call it under twenty three's you. Used to be in our day that would have been amateur and then you turn pro I mean we have we've made a list of these guys that are, let's just call it under twenty four and we have to add to that list today I mean this this this the Swiss Kid Matt Hershey are Mark Martin Hershey mean I've never heard of this guy I mean did you see him cover that move? He covered that move with the fingers in his nose yeah. On the way he the way he bridged up to that move was well, just bridging up sally was very impressive and. by the way, not a panic and he was the U. Twenty three world champion. So that's you know he's got he's got Paul Mars but you go between Bernal pogue HR MVP ARAMCO KARA says if folks this is cool for for the future of cycling agreed and there's a lot of young guys coming up there that are. Racing like the pros for forever and mean today I think we should start from like right before the cold is which have done a ton of times used to live right by there. On that climb yet but you saw a lot of the different tactics going on with Jumbo B.'s taking control early onset. SETINA. Big Pace there And any os I think there's sort of a mental battle going on this show who stronger who can control the race better and they're racing. So aggressive, I mean, we've actually we've actually heard that some of these guys some of these teams racing as if the Tour de France is going to be nine days long in case hopefully, not I mean we have I mean you you don't just brush over that 'cause you brought it up today when we again you can choose or not choose to name your sources but you brought this up when we were watching the stage I said, what? What the fuck, what are you talking about? This is. I mean and they actually mentioned serious statement. Yeah. I've heard rumblings about it and like I said knock on wood we hope it doesn't happen. But if they're if the race does get cancelled after nine days, ten days, the person leading that day is declared that. You're suggesting that if there's too many covid breaks within the Peleton. Yeah there's a whole round of testing on the first restaurant. Yes. Correct. We're hoping that does not happen. I'd hate to see that happen because this is gonNA be. One of the most exciting toward as we've seen in a long time. So well on the heels of last year at ending early with Bernal earning it without. Bit Again Back Hang on backup there. But you're hearing this from from somebody on the inside that that is actually talking about the way they're choosing to race this race early on because the general or at least maybe the general consensus is that this thing gets stopped and again we're not let's not pull the firearm yet even put our hand on the fire alarm but. That would change the way that you would race the first week of the tour. If you thought absolutely, you're seeing them why else would team young mode spent so much energy in the front ineos going to the front. In Times, where it would be not as important in a three week raise, it doesn't seem like they're holding back right now as much as they would normally in such a hard tour de France. Well okay. But if it does not get and fingers crossed that it doesn't, but if it continues on. Then, the third week is just going to be Armageddon for everybody for everybody I mean already, it was guardless. Getting. Big Day for the Americans in my opinion today we saw TJ which. In My. You don't love seeing him doing the work early on before the Goal Dad's but put it out there on the line for the education team the Nielsen Palace, an awesome attack at the bottom of the cold as in his first of France not scared obviously super cool to see that cost setting the pace near the top of the cold as I mean unfortunately. I think he was taken out by that crash but incredible riding by. Didn't think we'll see a lot of. Fingers in the nose epcos this kid was as. Even, trying like he looks so good. Looks so good and he's got a great head on his shoulders and I think one of the best talents we've seen coming out of the American and just so you know to to to just to prove a point with you George yesterday. So George Bennett bit actually lost time today. Yeah. So your Elijah that you had for him yesterday is no longer an idea. That was an idea and the reason he lost time today was he was he was dead from the crash. Because he crashed again yesterday. We don't need to go around around about this but. I was GONNA. Ask you guys what it's like for. Twenty twenty one depends on if they're real ager race age right but mark here she had met I mean just put yourself in that.

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"paul mars" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

Lochhead on Marketing

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"paul mars" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

"All right disagreeing commit this. This episode is inspired by a recent conversation. I had with legendary technology executive a Lisa Steele on episode one twenty nine failure different and on the episode one one of Things Lisa touches on is the power of being able to disagree and commit now as a marketing leader. CMO Or frankly CEO or executive any kind On big decisions we get a lot of help and for some reason in marketing we get a lot of and I put help here in. Air quotes Even more help than I think. A lot of other department department leaders or Group leaders in business get and so I think debate and discussion and disagreement are good things. When we're we're working on strategies or creative ideas or new campaign ideas or for trying to design a category etc and so I think debate discussion and agree? A disagreement disagreement are good. Here's what I think is bad consensus because what I've learned is if everybody agreed by definition the decision probably probably sucks. If someone is scared maybe even little upset or at least a little concerned. The decision we've just made is probably not a legendary everyone and so if you understand this How do you get in front of it from the very first meeting when you're working on a new initiative in marketing tell people well number one we want to do something legendary here number to China Jim generate as many legendary ideas and creative strategies as possible in the beginning? When we're we're in the you know what the consultants call the quote unquote idea stage And number three when we finally decide we're going to lock and load and we're going to execute like my friend marketing assassin. Rick Bennett says like a pack of speed crazed wolverines and so I think it's essential to lay that foundation on Dacian upfront in the first meeting and And understand as we go forward and frankly tell people this that some people Maybe potentially even board members of the company or senior executives will not like the strategic decision that we make and that's okay let everybody know from the beginning. It's fine nine and here's what they also need to know. We are not aiming for consensus. Were amazing legendary results so from the start of the project let everybody know a who the decider is in business. It's great to get feedback. It's great to get input. It's great to consider ideas but most businesses says are not democracies and so making it clear who the sole decider is you know typically in marketing it's the CMO sometimes of course it's a CEO but make that very clear. Second set the expectation that we expect even if you violently disagree with the decision that we make that everybody audie on the team is going to commit an that might mean disagreeing commit even if you hate it and you know I want to share share with you a story about this I was involved with a major strategic category design initiative a little while ago and it was uh the future of the company was really at stake and it was a multi multi month process that included the board the senior executive team of course the marketing team team senior sales leaders senior product leaders etc.. And as we were going through this one of the major leaders in marketing decided that he did not like the kind of leading candidate idea for the new category that was emerging and he even brought forth a competing heating idea and tried to sort of UNHOOK the decision. That was in the process of being made which frankly I think is fair game. If you have a competing idea that you think is better. I think you should stand up and talk about that anyway. Here's what happened over time This marketing leaders counter idea was not chosen and The idea that was sort of in play from the beginning ended up becoming the idea. I thought this guy was probably going to have to get fired. Given how much he disagreed with the idea for the new category that had been decided and this guy did something I have rarely seen in my career. He did did what you could think of as a complete stop change. Start and the minute. The decision was taken. He got on board and he executed like a pack of speed crazed Wahlberg Wolverines and later on through the process as the execution was going forward. I pulled this guy set aside and I said you know I'm incredibly impressed. Most people who disagree as much as you do can't get on board with the decision that they disagreed with and we had a powerful conversation around why he thought it was important essentially to disagree and commit and once the decision was made he got over it and got on with it and I think that's incredibly powerful and I think it's an important skill and one that I've always tried to get behind. There have been points in my career where I disagreed and I wanted the world to think I think even if I hated the idea if this was the idea that was being committed to that I I loved it and I was on board from the get-go and I think that's what legendary leaders do do and I think it's especially important marketing. Where big marketing decisions tend to get a lot of visibility train? Everybody coach everybody condition. Everybody that that we are going to WE'RE GONNA launch. We're going to get aggressive. We're going to execute an order to do that. People are going to disagree and part of being legendary marketing leader. Frankly part of being legendary executive is the ability to disagree and commit all right. We would like to thank the amazing Marketing podcast gas marketing over coffee with my buddy John Wall. If you love marketing check it out marketing over coffee if you WANNA design dominate legendary categories. My Friends Eh. Category Design Advisors Dot Com can. Help you check them out. CATEGORY DESIGNED ADVISORS DOT COM if you're in the UK and you want to do some legendary marketing and trend Jax you've heard him on this odd cast checkout positive marketing. That's Paul Mars Company in the UK Positive Marketing Dot Com speaking of legendary companies. They do marketing outside the US my friends at rapid media DOT COM dot. A you are the leading Independent Agency Agency in Australia for legendary marketing across all platforms check him out a rapid media DOT COM dot. AU and also check out the number one bestseller from my friend. Bruce Cleveland traversing the traction gap. I think is a must read before entrepreneurs and speaking something that I think is a must one of my favorite podcasts. grumpy old deeks. Check it out wherever you get legendary. PODCASTS the thought I'll leave you with comes from Asia. Paul Satra who said commitment is an act not a word. Stay legendary my friends and until were together again while you're different.

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"paul mars" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

Lochhead on Marketing

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"paul mars" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

"All right disagreeing commit this. This episode is inspired by a recent conversation. I had with legendary technology executive a Lisa Steele on episode one twenty nine failure different and on the episode one one of Things Lisa touches on is the power of being able to disagree and commit now as a marketing leader. CMO Or frankly CEO or executive any kind On big decisions we get a lot of help and for some reason in marketing we get a lot of and I put help here in. Air quotes Even more help than I think. A lot of other department department leaders or Group leaders in business get and so I think debate and discussion and disagreement are good things. When we're we're working on strategies or creative ideas or new campaign ideas or for trying to design a category etc and so I think debate discussion and agree? A disagreement disagreement are good. Here's what I think is bad consensus because what I've learned is if everybody agreed by definition the decision probably probably sucks. If someone is scared maybe even little upset or at least a little concerned. The decision we've just made is probably not a legendary everyone and so if you understand this How do you get in front of it from the very first meeting when you're working on a new initiative in marketing tell people well number one we want to do something legendary here number to China Jim generate as many legendary ideas and creative strategies as possible in the beginning? When we're we're in the you know what the consultants call the quote unquote idea stage And number three when we finally decide we're going to lock and load and we're going to execute like my friend marketing assassin. Rick Bennett says like a pack of speed crazed wolverines and so I think it's essential to lay that foundation on Dacian upfront in the first meeting and And understand as we go forward and frankly tell people this that some people Maybe potentially even board members of the company or senior executives will not like the strategic decision that we make and that's okay let everybody know from the beginning. It's fine nine and here's what they also need to know. We are not aiming for consensus. Were amazing legendary results so from the start of the project let everybody know a who the decider is in business. It's great to get feedback. It's great to get input. It's great to consider ideas but most businesses says are not democracies and so making it clear who the sole decider is you know typically in marketing it's the CMO sometimes of course it's a CEO but make that very clear. Second set the expectation that we expect even if you violently disagree with the decision that we make that everybody audie on the team is going to commit an that might mean disagreeing commit even if you hate it and you know I want to share share with you a story about this I was involved with a major strategic category design initiative a little while ago and it was uh the future of the company was really at stake and it was a multi multi month process that included the board the senior executive team of course the marketing team team senior sales leaders senior product leaders etc.. And as we were going through this one of the major leaders in marketing decided that he did not like the kind of leading candidate idea for the new category that was emerging and he even brought forth a competing heating idea and tried to sort of UNHOOK the decision. That was in the process of being made which frankly I think is fair game. If you have a competing idea that you think is better. I think you should stand up and talk about that anyway. Here's what happened over time This marketing leaders counter idea was not chosen and The idea that was sort of in play from the beginning ended up becoming the idea. I thought this guy was probably going to have to get fired. Given how much he disagreed with the idea for the new category that had been decided and this guy did something I have rarely seen in my career. He did did what you could think of as a complete stop change. Start and the minute. The decision was taken. He got on board and he executed like a pack of speed crazed Wahlberg Wolverines and later on through the process as the execution was going forward. I pulled this guy set aside and I said you know I'm incredibly impressed. Most people who disagree as much as you do can't get on board with the decision that they disagreed with and we had a powerful conversation around why he thought it was important essentially to disagree and commit and once the decision was made he got over it and got on with it and I think that's incredibly powerful and I think it's an important skill and one that I've always tried to get behind. There have been points in my career where I disagreed and I wanted the world to think I think even if I hated the idea if this was the idea that was being committed to that I I loved it and I was on board from the get-go and I think that's what legendary leaders do do and I think it's especially important marketing. Where big marketing decisions tend to get a lot of visibility train? Everybody coach everybody condition. Everybody that that we are going to WE'RE GONNA launch. We're going to get aggressive. We're going to execute an order to do that. People are going to disagree and part of being legendary marketing leader. Frankly part of being legendary executive is the ability to disagree and commit all right. We would like to thank the amazing Marketing podcast gas marketing over coffee with my buddy John Wall. If you love marketing check it out marketing over coffee if you WANNA design dominate legendary categories. My Friends Eh. Category Design Advisors Dot Com can. Help you check them out. CATEGORY DESIGNED ADVISORS DOT COM if you're in the UK and you want to do some legendary marketing and trend Jax you've heard him on this odd cast checkout positive marketing. That's Paul Mars Company in the UK Positive Marketing Dot Com speaking of legendary companies. They do marketing outside the US my friends at rapid media DOT COM dot. A you are the leading Independent Agency Agency in Australia for legendary marketing across all platforms check him out a rapid media DOT COM dot. AU and also check out the number one bestseller from my friend. Bruce Cleveland traversing the traction gap. I think is a must read before entrepreneurs and speaking something that I think is a must one of my favorite podcasts. grumpy old deeks. Check it out wherever you get legendary. PODCASTS the thought I'll leave you with comes from Asia. Paul Satra who said commitment is an act not a word. Stay legendary my friends and until were together again while you're different.

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"paul mars" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

Lochhead on Marketing

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"paul mars" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

"All right disagreeing commit this. This episode is inspired by a recent conversation. I had with legendary technology executive a Lisa Steele on episode one twenty nine failure different and on the episode one one of Things Lisa touches on is the power of being able to disagree and commit now as a marketing leader. CMO Or frankly CEO or executive any kind On big decisions we get a lot of help and for some reason in marketing we get a lot of and I put help here in. Air quotes Even more help than I think. A lot of other department department leaders or Group leaders in business get and so I think debate and discussion and disagreement are good things. When we're we're working on strategies or creative ideas or new campaign ideas or for trying to design a category etc and so I think debate discussion and agree? A disagreement disagreement are good. Here's what I think is bad consensus because what I've learned is if everybody agreed by definition the decision probably probably sucks. If someone is scared maybe even little upset or at least a little concerned. The decision we've just made is probably not a legendary everyone and so if you understand this How do you get in front of it from the very first meeting when you're working on a new initiative in marketing tell people well number one we want to do something legendary here number to China Jim generate as many legendary ideas and creative strategies as possible in the beginning? When we're we're in the you know what the consultants call the quote unquote idea stage And number three when we finally decide we're going to lock and load and we're going to execute like my friend marketing assassin. Rick Bennett says like a pack of speed crazed wolverines and so I think it's essential to lay that foundation on Dacian upfront in the first meeting and And understand as we go forward and frankly tell people this that some people Maybe potentially even board members of the company or senior executives will not like the strategic decision that we make and that's okay let everybody know from the beginning. It's fine nine and here's what they also need to know. We are not aiming for consensus. Were amazing legendary results so from the start of the project let everybody know a who the decider is in business. It's great to get feedback. It's great to get input. It's great to consider ideas but most businesses says are not democracies and so making it clear who the sole decider is you know typically in marketing it's the CMO sometimes of course it's a CEO but make that very clear. Second set the expectation that we expect even if you violently disagree with the decision that we make that everybody audie on the team is going to commit an that might mean disagreeing commit even if you hate it and you know I want to share share with you a story about this I was involved with a major strategic category design initiative a little while ago and it was uh the future of the company was really at stake and it was a multi multi month process that included the board the senior executive team of course the marketing team team senior sales leaders senior product leaders etc.. And as we were going through this one of the major leaders in marketing decided that he did not like the kind of leading candidate idea for the new category that was emerging and he even brought forth a competing heating idea and tried to sort of UNHOOK the decision. That was in the process of being made which frankly I think is fair game. If you have a competing idea that you think is better. I think you should stand up and talk about that anyway. Here's what happened over time This marketing leaders counter idea was not chosen and The idea that was sort of in play from the beginning ended up becoming the idea. I thought this guy was probably going to have to get fired. Given how much he disagreed with the idea for the new category that had been decided and this guy did something I have rarely seen in my career. He did did what you could think of as a complete stop change. Start and the minute. The decision was taken. He got on board and he executed like a pack of speed crazed Wahlberg Wolverines and later on through the process as the execution was going forward. I pulled this guy set aside and I said you know I'm incredibly impressed. Most people who disagree as much as you do can't get on board with the decision that they disagreed with and we had a powerful conversation around why he thought it was important essentially to disagree and commit and once the decision was made he got over it and got on with it and I think that's incredibly powerful and I think it's an important skill and one that I've always tried to get behind. There have been points in my career where I disagreed and I wanted the world to think I think even if I hated the idea if this was the idea that was being committed to that I I loved it and I was on board from the get-go and I think that's what legendary leaders do do and I think it's especially important marketing. Where big marketing decisions tend to get a lot of visibility train? Everybody coach everybody condition. Everybody that that we are going to WE'RE GONNA launch. We're going to get aggressive. We're going to execute an order to do that. People are going to disagree and part of being legendary marketing leader. Frankly part of being legendary executive is the ability to disagree and commit all right. We would like to thank the amazing Marketing podcast gas marketing over coffee with my buddy John Wall. If you love marketing check it out marketing over coffee if you WANNA design dominate legendary categories. My Friends Eh. Category Design Advisors Dot Com can. Help you check them out. CATEGORY DESIGNED ADVISORS DOT COM if you're in the UK and you want to do some legendary marketing and trend Jax you've heard him on this odd cast checkout positive marketing. That's Paul Mars Company in the UK Positive Marketing Dot Com speaking of legendary companies. They do marketing outside the US my friends at rapid media DOT COM dot. A you are the leading Independent Agency Agency in Australia for legendary marketing across all platforms check him out a rapid media DOT COM dot. AU and also check out the number one bestseller from my friend. Bruce Cleveland traversing the traction gap. I think is a must read before entrepreneurs and speaking something that I think is a must one of my favorite podcasts. grumpy old deeks. Check it out wherever you get legendary. PODCASTS the thought I'll leave you with comes from Asia. Paul Satra who said commitment is an act not a word. Stay legendary my friends and until were together again while you're different.

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"paul mars" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

15:12 min | 1 year ago

"paul mars" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"The projection booths brings you new show possibly even to focusing on all genres of cinema. If you've sat through the seven hour Conan episode the Six Hour Star Wars also'd or even the our Lam's superb Manam sewed you know that Mike and his co host put forth a lot of work and range of researching the movies tracking down the interview subjects and putting together one of the best podcast on the Internet. Now I'm asking you if you can repay all that hard work by giving back to the projection. The show has a patron fund razer at Patriot that spe-. At All E. O. N. dot com forward slash projection booth. You can mm donate as little as a dollar a month. That's twelve dollars a year. At least fifty great shows and to terrible ones that surprise to me tickets how is the projection booths would fit once again that's Patriot dot com slash projection booth donate day. It's the bright thing to do. Well how did you get cast in the man who felt earth. Let's say I was introduced introduced nick road by living off and then I hit it off like instantly. One day I was with him and at the Beverly Hills Hotel And he had a meeting with Producer type and he said wait out here. And here's the script might want you to read it. You can read this while I'm in the meeting and So I thought okay so I was reading it with nothing in mind except just to read it. I I read the script Nixon the meeting for our two. I'm reading the script and it was really great. I loved it and when he comes out he said well what did you think I said. Oh it's fantastic. You need to do this movie us as great and he said. Do you want the part art. I'm like yes And then that was before anyone was cast that before there was any money or you know any production the money any production office. Nothing and I was just hired just then in there and it was so I got to watch the whole process process of this thing getting off the ground and The cast being hired. And you know wonderful behind the scenes stuff. Have you ever had that experience before. The first one higher for a project Now I don't think so. That was just a lucky lucky. Lucky break I got to watch everything as it unfolds that you know and it unfolded fairly quickly and it was the first time on all British Crew to Nick Rob you know as an established director in England so he had his people you know that he wanted to work with and they brought the a home All of his people n from England so it was all British crew now is great. Do ever worked with that much makeup before. Because I know that you go through a pretty amazing transformation and the film they call it a appliances and they do them so much. You know. They're so much more realistic today. Like you know inanity Murphy plays on a his character. You can't even tell and everything seems to move you've so well you know the rubber and the latex but I had never worked with that many appliances you know the neck the cheeks the hands and all the Glynn and it would just I. I spent a couple of weeks in that make up and I tallied up my out hours every redel right down my hours of just spending time in the chair and The turtle was ninety six and a half hours. I've just been glued and and hovered over and made up and and once you've got that make up on. They tell you you I try not to use your mouth. You know much because it was start cracking around the lips and the cheeks and all of that and so so I would tell her when you know. Don't marry laugh. Don't laugh and I had to drink through a straw. You know it was. It was a challenge. It was really fun and I thought that You know I came across it really. Did you know the aging aging and that film was we had to keep track of time because David boies character never aged and so every senior like how many years have passed. You know so you would kinda know anti Yeah it was very complicated but it was Much Fun and in David and I had a lot of dialogue and by then I'd gone to acting classes so I know a little better of how to you know. Make a character and all that but David Bowie was wonderful to work with and he was a hard worker he liked to rehearse. And we'd be working on one seeing you know. Oh shooting wants him back then you know at lighting and all that was it was real film so It took a long time to light and set up up and they've had to put down Dolly tracks and stuff like that which would be very time consuming now with the steady cam and and with digital cameras as is not as much down time as it used to be but When we were doing a scene like Ping simpons thing? You know we would be doing that but on our brakes which were many and they had to rely and re locate all the lining. We'd these you know sitting on the floor. Run in the next scene the lines for the next thing so we were always like one scene ahead getting it perfectly memorized so You know came out smooth and like real conversation but I thought David who was so beautiful at that you know as skin is translucent and his hair was I mean it was just gorgeous person and I was really lucky that I had never seen him in concert. So I wasn't impr- you know I was. He was just another actor but after the movie was over shot a got invited to one of his concerts became like a groupie. Oh my God you know. I was a totally different scene. And I was so happy that I hadn't hadn't had been influenced by you. Know his being on stage because then it went up. I've been a little more. I Dunno referential or something. Take me a little more good guy but I was glad I never been to concerts until after in that case. It's like the shoes a little bit on the other foot because by this time you're the experienced sector and this is one of his first roles. Well he had other roles but He was really into the character he loved the script and he was very respectful of the script. And I mean we didn't really we. You didn't change any dialogue. It was as written by Paul Mars Burke and the the dialogue was so beautifully written and the responses in the back and forth. That you did not you. You did not want to change anything because it was perfect and my and mine and I think David's David. David is a big reader to and so am I so we knew we know good riding when we read it when you're jumping back and forth in time so much at least in the the the movie as I watch it. Were you shooting that in order you also shooting that out of order I think The scenes were determined by the location nation. You know so all the things that were done at that kind of Japanese the house. We're all done at once and you know it's all all determined by the locations. Is it true that you're also the alien woman as well I am I asked. It's a play the life on the planet and also I played David Bowie thing. I heard about that. How did that happen? At the time. He wouldn't didn't fly. He was very superstitious about flying and So there was a scene where he's coming out of his characters coming out of the world enterprises Office building and Since he wouldn't fly volunteered. I'll go to New York and but So that's me when his costume and I have on a Little Red Wig and I'm walking out of the office building and into a Limo And I had a little barricade setup but there wasn't a lot of people watching us but the few that were watching. They're saying there's David Bowie. There's there's David Bowie and I'm like yes. I fooled him. But you know our job. Lines were not alike so I and that scene I have my hand ended up to my job my chant as I'm walking tasks 'cause I knew you know he has a man John Line and I don't itself so I just try to cover up that make up for being the alien. I mean that was before they had perfected contact. Lenses and stuff severely hurt. No well. I'M A I've been wearing contacts since the sixties hard lenses to this day so it was a no no big deal although we did kind of have a little bit of a crises and We couldn't see through them because they were painted. But some sort of maybe oil base taint Into those cats so there was no pupil hole or anything and then they put over that some of the urethane or Vera. Thing to feel it and So you could not see through them so you were really working blind and you had to be guided by the director. Okay a move this way turn that way go straight go straight okay. Slow down you know and So you see us. We're coming down a hill of sand and the customer had put us in these plexiglass shoes with a high Soul may not clear plastic plexiglas. And we had those on to make us look like I. I guess she wanted us to look like we were floating down the hill which is a great effect but they were like skis. We couldn't wear so we had to wind up walking barefoot but yeah We tried those David Hammer likes Liden and like you know it was like impossible but we had these tanks on our backs with a pink water than the tanks hoses were springing lakes. And we're out in the white sands of Alamogordo and You know it was the costumes. Were this real thin thin Dan Stretchy fabric that was pretty much see through although it. You don't see much on film but when you're standing there and in the thing is getting wet you know and nobody cared you know. They'd seen US naked before so I there's like more of the same but yeah it was Really Yeah I like playing the wife on the planet and you know. His help never arrived. Jason you know we die out there me and the kids and we had a little hologram. That was one of the first. holograms that It is in a film you know you really couldn't see it but you kind of see and I'm holding up this plastic thing that's called Hologram and back then that was real cutting edge edge but As it was amazing adventure and we were in New Mexico for a couple of months fabulous place. How did took it into that head space of that complete breakdown after you see him as the alien that day where where I I'm going Tommy Tommy? You know. I'm like waiting in bed and I'm painting my nails anyway. And we're knocking on the door. And I've Kinda goofing around and going Tommy can you hear me. You know. Just been stupid between takes that day he got at six. David got sick so when they opened the door all. That was there with the camera and cameraman David. Bowie was not there. I just had to pretend kindy was there and I had to pretend that I'm seeing my boyfriend. Has He really is for the first time. And I was in an Improv class and There was a this was an idea that I stole from another actor. That was in an Improv class. Where the actor actor got scared and for a split second? His feet were on the wall. He was suspended and then if he came down. I thought that looks neat. So when I the the character Newton for the first time as he really is I thought I will see him and throw myself back and behind me was a wall and a bookcase and I would just be projected back. You know like just by force fear and I just would throw myself back over and over again and then So I was really bruised up the backs of my arms and my legs but it was effective and then I was the characters in the script runs into the bathroom and throws up. That's how it was written but I drank. There's this thing called EPA CAC which is a a medicine to make you throw up if you've been poisoned or something so I drank this if attack and we're waiting around for it to take us back because I really wanted.

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"paul mars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"paul mars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For Hong Kong leaders in an investigation into alleged police brutality federal health officials say don't eat romaine lettuce grown in the Salinas California region because of an easy call I outbreak ABC's Mona Rivera including heads hearts and pre cut salad mixes folks have it should look specifically to see where it was ground where was harvested where's this product you know produced from Chris valid as president of the grower shipper association of central California state department documents released overnight as part of a freedom of information act request from this group says A. B. C.'s David Wright at the White House the watchdog group American oversight says that what they show is that secretary state Mike Pompeii may have been in the loop when it comes to this Ukraine issue they show a paper trail connecting him with Rudolph guiliani's president's personal lawyer you're listening to ABC news Sony's news station Katie a our on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic for too good Saturday afternoon I'm John roller the el Mirage police department in morning this afternoon they're planning for a candlelight vigil later on this evening to remember the department's only K. nine Cokie Cokie was shot during an officer involved shooting late yesterday afternoon police were called to the area of grand in a coma right around five thirty the police chief put out a statement on Facebook earlier today it is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of our canine Cokie was killed in the line of duty while protecting other officers from harm he will be greatly missed el Mirage police chief Paul Mars okay he said in a Facebook post again a candlelight vigil planned for Cokie at the el Mirage police department later on tonight red light cameras in Phoenix may soon be a thing of the past after the city council voted against extending the current program for another year and saw this is he isn't a fan of the red light came so he voted against the funding nobody likes the red light runners but the question is whether or not this photo radar is nothing more than just a money grab that's way I see it and while he's all for photo radar in schools owns this is your till there was on his morning news the other ones aren't all that effective we've had red light photo radar and quite a few places it just hasn't proven to be a deterrent at all and those cameras will shut off at the end of the year unless the council takes another vote to extend it between now and then Jeremy foster KTAR news thanksgiving travel could be a challenge next week.

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"paul mars" Discussed on On a Mission

On a Mission

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"paul mars" Discussed on On a Mission

"Because even the little bit of perturbation of the tether shaking in the wind or just even expanding temperature-wise dislike nanometer creates a huge huge annoy source on our seismometers. So you create this whole system to make the tether so that wouldn't be pushing against the size monitor. We have a little loop in there. That's basically annoy shunt. Dont instead of pushing directly on the seismometers any little vibrations or thermal noise or whatever it is pushing against a spring and so one of the things we had to do is actually pull all the tether away from the size. Modern towards the lander which was not particularly easy. took us a bunch of tries to get just pulled back enough because the problem that we had is if we pulled it too much. There's no way to push it back. We kind of had to sneak up on pulling it a little bit in fact the very first time we try to pull it. We didn't move at all second any time we try to pull it. We moved at like barely and then the third time we moved at just about enough in the end that ended up taking us about two weeks all told it took about two months to stat up all the elements of the size Mamata. Bruce says it took another month to make sure it was working correctly. We were busy that whole time. There's a handful of things you have to do. Each thing takes preparation. And then you have to check it out afterwards and we're always trying to make sure everything is safe. We don't WANNA be swinging robotic arm around run into the antenna or punch a hole in the thermal protection of the seismometers so we checked everything in the test faciliate. JPL each one of those was round the clock preparation and work by the team to get it done and so that was an exhausting three months to get the seismometers working. It was worth every minute because the seismometers seismometers has been performing amazingly. Well I mean we're getting seismic data at a precision that is in some parts of their frequency bands. Thousand Thousand Times better than anything has been done on the earth because of the background noise on the earth. No matter where you go on the earth you have a certain amount of vibration just from the storms and the ocean and the waves beating against the shoreline. You can go to the center of Kansas and you're still getting a pretty big signal from ocean turbulence but we don't have any oceans on March so we're actually seeing vibrations that have never been seen on the earth because I can never get that quiet on the earth and so this is new territory for seismology in a technical sense as well as in a geographical sense as has noted in episode two Apollo astronauts had put seismometers on the moon which also doesn't have oceans. The Moon seismometers were very similar. But that was using sixties and seventies technology so they actually got some noise that was as low as ours but over much more narrow frequency band seismic signals have information at all different frequencies and all the different frequency bands have different kinds of information higher frequencies tend to die out with distance. Just like certain sounds you hear from long distance like if you hear thunder from a long distance away is just a rumble. If you hear thunder up close you hear the crack. You hear the high frequencies as well so the hyphen season Seismology Allergy. Tell you about things that are close in but for more distant quakes several hundred miles to several thousand miles away. You're seeing lower and lower lower frequencies as the dominant contributor. And so you want size. MOMBER that measures all the different frequencies all the way down to some frequencies that may be takes almost. Listen our for an oscillation to finish. which is the frequencies that which the whole planet vibrates or rings in episode? Two Bruce had explained how quakes cause earth to ring like a clear clear bell but the moon to crash like a Gong Guests that Mars would have more of a bell ring like Earth. There's the ring. But there's still some of that scattered Kinda hissy stuff going on the signals. That we're looking at are kind of halfway in between so on the Earth if you get a fault fault or get a crack and then just leave it alone. For a few hundred million years there's water that seeps through at minerals crystallize in the cracks and you get a kneeling healing of these cracks and so after some amount of time another wave goes through there. It doesn't even see that crack anymore. Just passes passes through on the moon. It's very dry. And so those cracks maintain sells for hundreds of millions or even billions of years. There's and so there's lots of things that reflect and scatter the seismic waves and so when you scatter a wave instead of going straight from point A. to point it be it bounces around takes drunken walk and finally you know maybe ends up back at point B but instead of going one hundred miles in a direct route it may have taken to three hundred miles to get to where you are and so it comes in really late. So we've got moon quake signals that last four an hour or more whereas the same size quake on the earth with last four maybe fifteen or twenty seconds and so we're seeing some of the same type of scattering processes we think on Mars as we saw the moon and especially for the close events so we think that the outer portions of the Martian crust maybe the upper ten or twenty miles might be more fractured and less a kneeled than the earth. which tells us that? Possibly the Martian crust is drier than the Earth's crust. Although that's still speculative at this point the few events we've had from farther away don't seem to be quite so scattered a few events from a over a thousand kilometers away. Those words are dipping down into the upper mantle. So we think that deeper into the crust or into the mantle. Things don't seem to be so fractured up Marzieh's between the Earth and the moon a lot of different ways and it looks like this is just one more way see that it really lies on that line. Even the picture of Mars is just starting to emerge bruce's happy to be seeing even small Mars. Quakes again we. We didn't start measuring at a level that we could detect them until about saul one hundred and then we went for another month with seeing nothing. which was it's a little concerning so we started watching and we're waiting for our first Mars quake and we're waiting? We're waiting after after about a month was kind of looking are watching sing. And when you're going for weeks without seeing anything you start to get a little bit fearful earful that well do. We really know what we're doing here or really gonNA see something. So First Mars quake that we saw was on Sol. One Twenty eight and it turns out. It's very unusual Joie. We haven't seen another one quite like that. Since most of the energy was at high frequencies and since then most of our quakes have been much lower frequency. Since then we've been getting about one or two seismic events per week. Most of very small earth they would probably be magnitude wonder. `and to were actually only able to see very small Mars quake signals for part of the day. There's a lot of wind activity and so the small quakes get drowned out by that north. We've found out very early on bet. The pattern of atmospheric noise is very repeatable every day eh so about six o'clock at night it gets very quiet and then around midnight. The wind comes up in from midnight to about six or seven in the morning. The wind's blowing very steadily. Then the sun comes up and you start getting turbulence and the noise just goes up quite a bit and then it just keeps on going until about sundown again and we can see that each and every day so now we know the window to spend our time watching Paul Mars quakes one of the Nice things about Earth's seismology. Is You get dozens of Nice earthquakes every day. We get all excited when an earthquake happens. But most of the earth is unpopulated. There's oceans there's wilderness and when earthquakes occur out there nobody but seismologists knows about and so- seismologists can spend a few months collecting being data. And you'll have a few hundred signals to work. From in lots of information there on Mars the activity is probably something like a factor of thousand and less so instead of having several hundred quakes over the course of a month. We have a handful of maybe a half a dozen and so so we have to wait a lot longer for the number of quakes. You have this giant thousand piece jigsaw puzzle and every week we get one piece so we have after. You've really really patient and we have all these pieces that don't fit together yet and just have to assume that as we get more pieces will be able to start making the connection. It's funny I start thinking about what it must have. been like to be a seismologist back in the early nineteen hundreds when people were first starting to piece together you know what was going on the earth but for those first ten or twenty years of the twentieth century you look at Seismic Graham and just scratch your head. What's going on underneath there and we sort of take take it for granted you open up a textbook? There's a cross there's a mantle. There's a core. And they show you nice clean seismic grand with all these wiggles than this corresponds to this path. But somebody had to figure that out from scratch and we're having to do that on Mars now in. It's not as easy as it looks. The weather station on insight helps rule out how a breeze or an air pressure event shakes the seismometers by amplifying the vibration of insight shaking in the wind. You can get a sense of the weather on Mars. Plus as kind of a bonus were actually able to see dust devils in the weather the data we have the pressure data and steering slowly during the day and suddenly it'll drop about several Pascal and interpret that as a dust devil passing very close to us and it's like a hurricane when you have super low pressures in the eye of a hurricane. You have very low pressures in the center of industrial because it's essentially little vacuum cleaner. Where the air from the surface of being sucked up higher into the atmosphere and we can actually see that in the seismic data as well because as the dust devil is sucking up the air is actually like a vacuum cleaner pulling on the ground as well and so we can actually see the tilt of the ground as a double goes by and so we've seen hundreds of those things now and by doing that? We actually get some information about the surface of Mars because the amount that a tilts is related to how Steph off the surfaces that this very stiff. It doesn't tilt very much if it's relatively bendable it tilts a lot and so we're actually starting to measure the elastic nick properties of the upper few meters of the Martian surface by looking at these dust devil signals if.

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"paul mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"paul mars" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Mm-hmm because even the little bit of perturbation of the tether shaking in the wind or just even expanding temperature-wise dislike nanometer creates a huge huge annoy source on our seismometers so you create this whole system to make the tether so that wouldn't be pushing against the size monitor. We have a little loop in there. That's basically annoy shunt. Dont instead of pushing directly on the seismometers any little vibrations or thermal noise or whatever it is pushing against a spring and so one of the things we had to do is actually pull all the tether away from the size modern towards the lander which was not particularly easy took us a bunch of tries to get just pulled back enough because the problem that we had is if we pulled it too much. There's no way to push it back. We kind of had to sneak up on pulling it a little bit in fact the very first time we try to pull it. We didn't move at all second any time. We try to pull it. We moved at like barely and then the third time we moved at just about enough in the end that ended up taking us about two weeks all told it took about two months to stat up. All the elements of the size Mamata Bruce says it took another month to make sure it was working correctly. We were busy that whole time there's a handful of things you have to do but each thing takes preparation and then you have to check it out afterwards and we're always trying to make sure everything is safe. We don't WanNa be swinging a robotic arm around run into the antenna or punch a hole in the thermal protection of the seismometers so we checked everything in the test faciliate. JPL each one of those was round the clock preparation and work by the team to get it done and so that was an exhausting three months to get the seismometers working. It was worth every minute because the seismometers seismometers has been performing amazingly well. I mean we're getting seismic data at a precision that is in some parts of their frequency bands thousand thousand times better than anything has been done on the earth because of the background noise on the earth no matter where you go on the earth you have a certain amount of vibration just from the storms and the ocean and the waves beating against the shoreline you can go to the center of Kansas and you're still getting a pretty big signal from ocean turbulence but we don't have any oceans on March so we're actually seeing vibrations that have never been seen on the earth because you can never get that quiet on the earth and so this is new territory for seismology in a technical sense as well as in a geographical sense as has noted in episode two. Apollo astronauts had put seismometers on the moon which also doesn't have oceans the moon seismometers were very similar but that was using sixties and seventies technology so they actually got some noise that was as low as ours but over much more narrow frequency band seismic signals have information at all different frequencies and all the different frequency bands have different kinds of information higher frequencies tend to die out with distance. Just like certain sounds you hear from long distance like if you hear thunder from a long distance away is just a rumble. If you hear thunder up close you hear the crack you hear the high frequencies as well so the high frequencies in seismology pity tell you about things that are close in but for more distant quakes several hundred miles to several thousand miles away you're seeing lower and lower lower frequencies as the dominant contributor and so you want size momber that measures all the different frequencies all the way down to some frequencies that may be takes almost listen our for an oscillation to finish which is the frequencies that which the whole planet vibrates or rings in episode two. Bruce had explained how quakes cause earth to ring like a clear clear bell but the moon to crash like a Gong guests that Mars would have more of a bell ring like Earth. There's the ring but there's still some of that scattered Kinda hissy stuff going on the signals that we're looking at are kind of halfway in between so on the earth. If you get a fault fault or get a crack and then just leave it alone for a few hundred million years there's water that seeps through at minerals crystallize in the cracks and you get a kneeling healing of these cracks and so after some amount of time another wave goes through there. It doesn't even see that crack anymore. Just passes passes through on the moon. It's very dry and so those cracks maintain sells for hundreds of millions or even billions of years there's and so there's lots of things that reflect and scatter the seismic waves and so when you scatter a wave instead of going straight from point. A. To point it be it bounces around takes drunken walk and finally you know maybe ends up back at point B but instead of going one hundred miles in a direct route it may have taken to three hundred miles to get to where you are and so it comes in really late so we've got moon quake signals that last four an hour or more whereas the same size quake on the earth with last four maybe fifteen or twenty seconds and so we're seeing some of the same type of scattering processes we think on Mars as we saw the moon and especially for the close events so we think that the outer portions of the Martian crust maybe the upper ten or twenty miles might be more fractured and less a kneeled than the earth which tells us that possibly the Martian crust is drier than the Earth's crust. Although that's still speculative at this point the few events we've had from farther away. Don't seem to be quite so scattered a few events from a over a thousand kilometers away those waves are dipping down into the upper mantle so we think that deeper into the crust or into the mantle things don't seem to be so fractured up Marzieh's between the earth and the moon a lot of different ways and it looks like this is just one more way see that it really lies on that line. Even the picture of Mars is just starting to emerge bruce's happy to be seeing even small Mars quakes again we we didn't start measuring at a level that we could detect them until about saul one hundred and then we went for another month with seeing nothing which was it's a little concerning so we started watching and we're waiting for our first. Mars quake and we're waiting. We're waiting after after about a month was kind of looking are watching sing and when you're going for weeks without seeing anything you start to get a little bit fearful earful that well do. We really know what we're doing here or really gonna see something so first. Mars quake that we saw was on Sol one twenty eight and it turns out. It's very unusual Joie. We haven't seen another one quite like that. Since most of the energy was at high frequencies and since then most of our quakes have been much lower frequency since then we've been getting about one or two seismic events per week most of very small earth they would probably be magnitude wonder `and to were actually only able to see very small. Mars quake signals for part of the day. There's a lot of wind activity and so the small quakes get drowned out by that north. We've found out very early on bet. The pattern of atmospheric noise is very repeatable every day. Eh so about six o'clock at night. It gets very quiet and then around midnight. The wind comes up in from midnight to about six or seven in the morning. The wind's blowing very steadily then the sun comes up and you start getting turbulence and the noise just goes up quite a bit and then it just keeps on going until about sundown again and we can see that each and every day so now we know the window to spend our time watching. Paul Mars quakes one of the Nice things about Earth's seismology. Is You get dozens of Nice earthquakes every day. We get all excited when an earthquake happens but most of the earth is unpopulated. There's oceans there's wilderness and when earthquakes occur out there nobody but seismologists knows about and so- seismologists can spend a few months collecting being data and you'll have a few hundred signals to work from in lots of information there on Mars. The activity is probably something like a factor of thousand and less so instead of having several hundred quakes over the course of a month. We have a handful of maybe a half a dozen and so so we have to wait a lot longer for the number of quakes you have this giant thousand piece jigsaw puzzle and every week we get one piece so we have after you've really really patient and we have all these pieces that don't fit together yet and just have to assume that as we get more pieces will be able to start making the connection. It's funny. I start thinking about what it must have been like to be a seismologist back in the early nineteen hundreds when people were first starting to piece together you know what was going on the Earth but for those first ten or twenty years of the twentieth century you look at Seismic Graham and just scratch your head what's going on underneath there and we sort of take take it for granted. You Open up a textbook. There's a cross there's a mantle. There's a core and they show you nice clean seismic grand with all these wiggles and this corresponds to this path but somebody had to figure that out from scratch and we're having to do that on Mars now in it's not as easy as it looks. The weather station on insight helps rule out how a breeze or an air pressure event shakes the seismometers by amplifying the vibration of insight shaking in the wind. You can get a sense of the weather on Mars plus. As kind of a bonus were actually able to see dust devils in the weather the data we have the pressure data and steering slowly during the day and suddenly it'll drop about several Pascal and interpret that as a dust devil passing very close to us and it's like a hurricane when you have super low pressures in the eye of a hurricane you have very low pressures in the center of industrial because it's essentially little vacuum cleaner where the air from the surface of being sucked up higher into the atmosphere and we can actually see that in the seismic data as well because as the dust devil is sucking up the air is actually like a vacuum cleaner pulling on the ground as well and so we can actually see the tilt of the ground as a double goes by and so we've seen hundreds of those things now and by doing that we actually get some information about the surface of Mars because the amount that a tilts is related to how steph off the surfaces that this very stiff. It doesn't tilt very much if it's relatively bendable it tilts a lot and so we're actually starting to measure the elastic nick properties of the upper few meters of the Martian surface by looking at these dust devil signals. If.

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"paul mars" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"paul mars" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Polytechnic? And you report Clark of the Christian punk. All right. This is a politics live, and we are live. Glad to have you all here with us. We are here another week. But we do not have the slick one. Which means we're gonna have a lot more fun. No. We have a doctor in the house, quite literally a doctor, well, specifically a dentist. Yeah. I'm not a real doctor say, you're not a real doctor. This is Dr Anthony vessel from striving for turn ity, and we're gonna have some fun talking to main topics tonight which were pregnant get into some others were planning to talk about creation science, which happens to be his expertise. And the main thing he ends of speaking about for striving for Turney, but we're also gonna talk about something else, which is kind of his favourite love. I think would it be fair to say you have a love hate relationship with the new apostolic formation. Yeah. The NRA and Catholics for whatever reason are just always on my radar. All right. Everyone around here is either one of them. So Mets is is trying to pack up his house for folks who have been following along with us. Matt is trying to pack up in. He's getting I believe it's this week the carpets come in the paint goes up, and he's trying to get everything out of the house to be able to do that. They're still trying to figure out how to get to move. They're trying to get for folks who have been following, you know, that his wife is basically not very mobile, and so they needed to get an RV to travel down to resolve. They have to get that first. They also have to kind of borrowing someone else's is what they're looking to do because they can't afford around one. But they're looking to do that. And they found out something interesting with their health insurance. They discovered that if they move right now, the health insurance that they've already paid the deductible in full starts all over and they get to pay the deductible all over again. Yet, they get really high deductible, and that's going to be hard. So they're trying to figure out win would be the right time to move. This move may get put off a little bit. We're they're trying to figure this out. So there is someone in the chat named Paul Mars, Paul. Make sure you go to and fro else go to apologetic live dot com. And there is a link to join us from there. There's a reason asking Paul to join us because we're going to be talking about topic, the new apostolic reformation or in a are for short, and he had some questions on that. And so we're going to talk about that actually as kind of amazed Anthony that in the politics live Facebook group, I asked folks what it is. They they wanted to talk about tonight had some, you know, basically just trying to get some some topics and new epoch reformation came in a lot of people want to talk about that. We did have one that. Maybe it's up your alley. You know, Steve lead with really wanted to talk about big foot and Neville them. And flying demon babies now, I guess that's based out of Genesis six with the whole thing of Neff Elim. So I guess maybe he wants you to answer. I from what I. Getaway doing that show without Franken. I mean, that's Franks term. So well, the okay, the flying demon babies is Frank. That's that's all Frank Frank Melissa's who are speaking of. But I guess he dropped the picture in there. And I guess Matt had some video that he did call big foot and Neff Elim, total depravity, and covenant theology. So I guess those topics that came up on his radio show at one of the times. And I guess Matt was saying that maybe the Bigfoot or Netflix. My I don't know. I century said that neither one of us are capable of answering of anything about Bigfoot or flying demon babies because neither one of us believed that they exist. So me start. I want to ask you some questions first about creation science, and then we'll move over into discussing Eeyore because that's going to be a longer top talk for the folks who are in the room. If you have questions just give give a shout on the side chat there to let me know that you have a question. So that we can add you in but anti real quick for folks. There's a big there's lots of debate on the issue of evolution the issue of creation science on. My rap report podcast your every once in a while. I try to go over different different issues of logic. I gave one recently called confirmation bias. You're familiar with that. I believe right. Okay. I gave the example of how it's used with Evelyn. Could you could you give explain walks plan confirmation by then I'll ask you to give how we see this workout when we talked to people about evolution confirmation. This is basically the idea when you only accept evidence or supporting arguments that support a conclusion that you hold to another words you hold to a conclusion. And if evidence comes in that supports that conclusion, you accept it. If it doesn't accept the conclusion you reject the evidence that's called confirmation bias, you have a bias toward something already confirm. Anthony, how do we see this play out when it comes to have Aleutian? Oh, easy. You talked to Nevelson est, and they will say all science points to Evelyn. And and then they start rattling off certain things. So the reality is that there's lots of good science out there, the ignore most of it. And if any science that we bring up says, wait a minute. This is where evolution has problems. Revolution can happen. That's what they reject. And then they go back to they usu-. Fallen other logical fallacies such as pointing to people like me, not being real doctors. And have no thorny to speak on a subject, the they will also point to the myriad of scientists. Would they would call the myriad scientists out there? Like, I admit do the majority of scientists by Tivoli Shen. Seemingly? So I will also say though, that there's many more scientists that that are secular. They are they hate God. But they still realize the big big problems with volition. And so it's interesting. What's actually out there is now a is not what's being taught in secular schools. That's racy this confirmation bias coming out. It's really with the science of what they reject. All right and do throughout the show whenever we get anyone that gives a super chat by if you want to super chat on the bottom of your in the on YouTube. There's a little dollar sign click that and you can donate the money goes to carve dot org, and so Jason manning gave two dollars and said God bless so anyone that does that we give shout outs too. But sets you give a super chat and John is chatting away in their in their. He doesn't wanna come in here. John thinks wants to to his thing that he wanted to talk about. Was I gotta look it up. Now, something about being addicted. He wants he wants topic bible coveting a serious issue among striving for Turney leadership. Anthony, do you cut it other people's bibles, you know? I saw that. And and I responded to John actually, I mean, I got I John I got this very nice goat's skin ESV. I'm not coveting years. John. It's kind of like if there's a piece of food on somebody's plate that you really want you lick it real quick. And then they won't eat it. You just do that to Andrews bible, and he'll give it to, you know, say I get another one right here that that someone bought for me, another goats. So I don't need your goat skin. I don't need to read one John John John got red goat's skin bible, and he I just like taking it from. But so real quick get back to creation science so with creation science. You some bibles. I can pull out. It's so okay. The argument people will make is well there several argument. One people make the argument that anything that Chretien. Scientists do hasn't been done through pure review or double blind. Studies. Is that true? And how much does that actually matter? So here's another issue of confirmation bias. They will make the claim that we don't have peer reviewed science journals. And we say look at all these journals peer reviewed look at all these articles that are peer reviewed some of which appear viewed and secular journals, and they reject it. They will read any of the journal so ICR at creation dot com. AIG they all put out journals. Good heavy research technical journals done with actual PHD scientists. And these things don't get looked at. So we have plenty of peer reviewed journals peer reviewed articles in those journals. They they just again, they reject everything. Systematically, if it doesn't if it doesn't fit with their world view. It's gone. They don't think about it. And that sort of what Ben Stein was trying to get across in that movie. He did expelled, smells expose. Belt. And what do they do with that? They're like, oh, well that is in serious. You know that? If it doesn't start with the conclusion they want. They just reject it and say, well, that's that doesn't count. So here's what's crazy, though there if you go into certain secular scientific journals, you can find you can find articles and in research, where they show we know people, you know, guys that do the research together speaking among themselves within the article talking about how they can't see how things like evolution works. There's plenty of there's plenty journal articles. They know that they're they're I don't even want to call theory is not a theory. But their hypothesis is broken they know that they don't have a mechanism in terms of the mutation issue. It's it's the one thing I explained the book, it's the one thing that when as you've heard me teach multiple times of thing about mutations is best the Lynch pin revolution. And they know they don't have it. Same thing goes for the big bang theory. It's the reason why people probably don't know this. But the reason why the Higgs bows on particle was. So so so important for them to find. Few years ago in why they had all kinds of excitement for what they thought was a Higgs bows on particle is because in the big bang dilemma, it brings up something called horizon problem. So maybe I'll explain that here for a moment. I just heard this on Easter Sunday as I was witnessing to my father in law, and and brother-in-law. So Julia was gracious enough to walk away and take the rest of the family with her and it left me with with them for for several several hours. And. We had some interesting talk. So the brother-in-law thought he's been really smart says, hey, have you ever looking at telescope before? I go, of course. Well, don't you think that we can see billions of light years away? And I said how we got a break for this. Are we seeing we're we're seeing it, but I didn't show him in. He wants to show here. What we'll put him on camera. He can show his. Now, he's not putting his Cameron.

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"paul mars" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"paul mars" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Polytechnic? And you report Clark of the Christian punk. All right. This is a politics live, and we are live. Glad to have you all here with us. We are here another week. But we do not have the slick one. Which means we're gonna have a lot more fun. No. We have a doctor in the house, quite literally a doctor, well, specifically a dentist. Yeah. I'm not a real doctor say, you're not a real doctor. This is Dr Anthony vessel from striving for turn ity, and we're gonna have some fun talking to main topics tonight which were pregnant get into some others were planning to talk about creation science, which happens to be his expertise. And the main thing he ends of speaking about for striving for Turney, but we're also gonna talk about something else, which is kind of his favourite love. I think would it be fair to say you have a love hate relationship with the new apostolic formation. Yeah. The NRA and Catholics for whatever reason are just always on my radar. All right. Everyone around here is either one of them. So Mets is is trying to pack up his house for folks who have been following along with us. Matt is trying to pack up in. He's getting I believe it's this week the carpets come in the paint goes up, and he's trying to get everything out of the house to be able to do that. They're still trying to figure out how to get to move. They're trying to get for folks who have been following, you know, that his wife is basically not very mobile, and so they needed to get an RV to travel down to resolve. They have to get that first. They also have to kind of borrowing someone else's is what they're looking to do because they can't afford around one. But they're looking to do that. And they found out something interesting with their health insurance. They discovered that if they move right now, the health insurance that they've already paid the deductible in full starts all over and they get to pay the deductible all over again. Yet, they get really high deductible, and that's going to be hard. So they're trying to figure out win would be the right time to move. This move may get put off a little bit. We're they're trying to figure this out. So there is someone in the chat named Paul Mars, Paul. Make sure you go to and fro else go to apologetic live dot com. And there is a link to join us from there. There's a reason asking Paul to join us because we're going to be talking about topic, the new apostolic reformation or in a are for short, and he had some questions on that. And so we're going to talk about that actually as kind of amazed Anthony that in the politics live Facebook group, I asked folks what it is. They they wanted to talk about tonight had some, you know, basically just trying to get some some topics and new epoch reformation came in a lot of people want to talk about that. We did have one that. Maybe it's up your alley. You know, Steve lead with really wanted to talk about big foot and Neville them. And flying demon babies now, I guess that's based out of Genesis six with the whole thing of Neff Elim. So I guess maybe he wants you to answer. I from what I. Getaway doing that show without Franken. I mean, that's Franks term. So well, the okay, the flying demon babies is Frank. That's that's all Frank Frank Melissa's who are speaking of. But I guess he dropped the picture in there. And I guess Matt had some video that he did call big foot and Neff Elim, total depravity, and covenant theology. So I guess those topics that came up on his radio show at one of the times. And I guess Matt was saying that maybe the Bigfoot or Netflix. My I don't know. I century said that neither one of us are capable of answering of anything about Bigfoot or flying demon babies because neither one of us believed that they exist. So me start. I want to ask you some questions first about creation science, and then we'll move over into discussing Eeyore because that's going to be a longer top talk for the folks who are in the room. If you have questions just give give a shout on the side chat there to let me know that you have a question. So that we can add you in but anti real quick for folks. There's a big there's lots of debate on the issue of evolution the issue of creation science on. My rap report podcast your every once in a while. I try to go over different different issues of logic. I gave one recently called confirmation bias. You're familiar with that. I believe right. Okay. I gave the example of how it's used with Evelyn. Could you could you give explain walks plan confirmation by then I'll ask you to give how we see this workout when we talked to people about evolution confirmation. This is basically the idea when you only accept evidence or supporting arguments that support a conclusion that you hold to another words you hold to a conclusion. And if evidence comes in that supports that conclusion, you accept it. If it doesn't accept the conclusion you reject the evidence that's called confirmation bias, you have a bias toward something already confirm. Anthony, how do we see this play out when it comes to have Aleutian? Oh, easy. You talked to Nevelson est, and they will say all science points to Evelyn. And and then they start rattling off certain things. So the reality is that there's lots of good science out there, the ignore most of it. And if any science that we bring up says, wait a minute. This is where evolution has problems. Revolution can happen. That's what they reject. And then they go back to they usu-. Fallen other logical fallacies such as pointing to people like me, not being real doctors. And have no thorny to speak on a subject, the they will also point to the myriad of scientists. Would they would call the myriad scientists out there? Like, I admit do the majority of scientists by Tivoli Shen. Seemingly? So I will also say though, that there's many more scientists that that are secular. They are they hate God. But they still realize the big big problems with volition. And so it's interesting. What's actually out there is now a is not what's being taught in secular schools. That's racy this confirmation bias coming out. It's really with the science of what they reject. All right and do throughout the show whenever we get anyone that gives a super chat by if you want to super chat on the bottom of your in the on YouTube. There's a little dollar sign click that and you can donate the money goes to carve dot org, and so Jason manning gave two dollars and said God bless so anyone that does that we give shout outs too. But sets you give a super chat and John is chatting away in their in their. He doesn't wanna come in here. John thinks wants to to his thing that he wanted to talk about. Was I gotta look it up. Now, something about being addicted. He wants he wants topic bible coveting a serious issue among striving for Turney leadership. Anthony, do you cut it other people's bibles, you know? I saw that. And and I responded to John actually, I mean, I got I John I got this very nice goat's skin ESV. I'm not coveting years. John. It's kind of like if there's a piece of food on somebody's plate that you really want you lick it real quick. And then they won't eat it. You just do that to Andrews bible, and he'll give it to, you know, say I get another one right here that that someone bought for me, another goats. So I don't need your goat skin. I don't need to read one John John John got red goat's skin bible, and he I just like taking it from. But so real quick get back to creation science so with creation science. You some bibles. I can pull out. It's so okay. The argument people will make is well there several argument. One people make the argument that anything that Chretien. Scientists do hasn't been done through pure review or double blind. Studies. Is that true? And how much does that actually matter? So here's another issue of confirmation bias. They will make the claim that we don't have peer reviewed science journals. And we say look at all these journals peer reviewed look at all these articles that are peer reviewed some of which appear viewed and secular journals, and they reject it. They will read any of the journal so ICR at creation dot com. AIG they all put out journals. Good heavy research technical journals done with actual PHD scientists. And these things don't get looked at. So we have plenty of peer reviewed journals peer reviewed articles in those journals. They they just again, they reject everything. Systematically, if it doesn't if it doesn't fit with their world view. It's gone. They don't think about it. And that sort of what Ben Stein was trying to get across in that movie. He did expelled, smells expose. Belt. And what do they do with that? They're like, oh, well that is in serious. You know that? If it doesn't start with the conclusion they want. They just reject it and say, well, that's that doesn't count. So here's what's crazy, though there if you go into certain secular scientific journals, you can find you can find articles and in research, where they show we know people, you know, guys that do the research together speaking among themselves within the article talking about how they can't see how things like evolution works. There's plenty of there's plenty journal articles. They know that they're they're I don't even want to call theory is not a theory. But their hypothesis is broken they know that they don't have a mechanism in terms of the mutation issue. It's it's the one thing I explained the book, it's the one thing that when as you've heard me teach multiple times of thing about mutations is best the Lynch pin revolution. And they know they don't have it. Same thing goes for the big bang theory. It's the reason why people probably don't know this. But the reason why the Higgs bows on particle was. So so so important for them to find. Few years ago in why they had all kinds of excitement for what they thought was a Higgs bows on particle is because in the big bang dilemma, it brings up something called horizon problem. So maybe I'll explain that here for a moment. I just heard this on Easter Sunday as I was witnessing to my father in law, and and brother-in-law. So Julia was gracious enough to walk away and take the rest of the family with her and it left me with with them for for several several hours. And. We had some interesting talk. So the brother-in-law thought he's been really smart says, hey, have you ever looking at telescope before? I go, of course. Well, don't you think that we can see billions of light years away? And I said how we got a break for this. Are we seeing we're we're seeing it, but I didn't show him in. He wants to show here. What we'll put him on camera. He can show his. Now, he's not putting his Cameron.

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"paul mars" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"paul mars" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"Polytechnic? And you report Clark of the Christian punk. All right. This is a politics live, and we are live. Glad to have you all here with us. We are here another week. But we do not have the slick one. Which means we're gonna have a lot more fun. No. We have a doctor in the house, quite literally a doctor. Well, specifically, a dentist. Yeah. I'm not a real doctor. Yeah. Pl say, you're not a real doctor. This is Dr Anthony semestral from striving for turn ity, and we're gonna have some fun talking to main topics tonight which pregnant get into some others. We're planning to talk about creation science, which happens to be his expertise. And the main thing he ends of speaking about for striving for Turney. But we're also gonna talk about something else, which is kind of his favourite love. I think would it be fair to say you have a love hate relationship with the new apostolic reformation. Yeah. The NRA and Catholics for whatever reason are just always on my radar. All right. Everyone around here is either one of them. So Mets is is trying to pack up his house for folks who have been following along with us. Matt is trying to pack up in. He's getting believe it's this week. The corporates come in the paint goes up, and he's trying to get everything out of the house to be able to do that. They're still trying to figure out how to get to move. They're trying to get for folks who have been following, you know, that his wife is basically not very mobile, and so they needed to get an RV to travel down to they have to get that first. They also have to kind of borrowing someone else's is what they're looking to do because they can't afford around one. But they're looking to do that. And they found out something interesting with their health insurance. They discovered that if they move right now, the health insurance that they've already paid the deductible in full starts all over and they get to pay the deductible all over again. Yet, they get really high deductible, and that's going to be hard. So they're trying to figure out win would be the right time to move. This move may get put off a little bit. We're they're trying to figure this out. So there is someone in the chat named Paul Mars, Paul. Make sure you go to and fro else go to apologetic live dot com. And there is a link to join us from there. There's a reason to ask him Paul to join us because we're gonna be talking about topic the new apostolic reformation or in a are for short, and he had some questions on that. And so we're gonna talk about that actually as kind of amazed Anthony that in the politics live Facebook group, I asked folks what it is. They they wanted to talk about tonight had some, you know, basically just trying to get some some topics and new episode reformation came in a lot of people want to talk about that. We did have one that. Maybe it's up your alley. You know, Steve Ludd with really wanted to talk about big foot and Neville him. And flying demon babies now, I guess that's based out of Genesis six with the whole thing of Neff Elim. So I guess maybe he wants you to answer. I from what I. What they're doing that show without Franken. I mean, that's Franks term. So well, the okay, the flying demon babies is Frank. That's that's all Frank Frank Melissa's who are speaking of. But I guess he dropped the picture in there. And I guess that had some video that he did call big foot and Neff Elim, total depravity, and covenant theology. So I guess those topics that came up on his radio show at one of the times. And I guess met was saying that maybe the Bigfoot or Netflix. I don't know. I century said that neither one of us are capable of answering anything about Bigfoot or flying demon babies because neither one of us believed that they exist. So let me start. I want to ask you some questions first about creation science, and then we'll move over into discussing Eeyore because that's going to be a longer top talk for the folks who are in the room. If you have questions just give give a shout on the side chat there to let me know that you have a question. So that we can add you in but anti real quick for folks. There's a big there's lots of debate on the issue of evolution the issue of creation science on. My rap report podcast your every once in a while. I try to go over different different issues of logic. I gave one recently called confirmation bias. You're familiar with that. I believe right. Okay. I gave the example of how it's used with Evelyn. Could you could you give explain walks plan confirmation by then I'll ask you to give how we see this workout when we talked to people about evolution confirmation. Bias is basically the idea when you only accept evidence or supporting arguments that support a conclusion that you hold to another words you hold to a conclusion. And if evidence comes in that supports that conclusion, you accept it. If it doesn't accept the conclusion you reject the evidence that's called confirmation bias, you have a bias toward something already confirm. Anthony, how do we see this play out when it comes to have Aleutian? Oh, easy. You talked to Neville Sionist, and they will say all science points to Evelyn. And and then they start rattling off certain things. So the reality is is that there's lots of good science out there, the ignore most of it. And if any science that we bring up says, wait a minute. This is where evolution has problems. Revolution can happen. That's what they reject. And then they go back to the us. Fallen other logical fallacies such as pointing to people like me, not being real doctors. And have no thorny to speak on a subject, the they will also point to the myriad of scientists. Would they would call the myriad scientists out there? Like, I admit do the majority of scientists by Tivoli Shen. Seemingly? So I will also say though, that there's many more scientists that that are secular. They are they hate God. But they still realize the big big problems with volition. And so it's interesting. What's actually out there is now a is not what's being taught in secular schools. That's racy this confirmation bias coming out. It's really with the science of what they reject. All right and do throughout the show is whenever we get anyone that gives a super chat by if you want to super chat on the bottom of your in the on YouTube. There's a little dollar sign click that and you can donate the money goes to carve dot org, and so Jason manning gave two dollars and said God bless so anyone that does that we give shout outs too. But sets you give a super chat and John isn't chatting away in their in their. He doesn't wanna come in here. John thinks wants to to his thing that he wanted to talk about. Was I gotta look it up. Now, something about being addicted. He wants he wants topic bible coveting a serious issue among striving for Turney leadership. Anthony, do you cut it other people's bibles? You know? I I saw that. And and I responded to John actually, I mean, I got I John I got this very nice goat's skin ESV. I'm not coveting years. John. It's kind of like if there's a piece of food on somebody's plate that you really want you lick it real quick. And then they won't eat it. You just do that to Andrews bible, and he'll give it to, you know, say I get another one right here that that someone bought for me, another goats. So I don't need your goat's skin. I don't need to read one John John John got a red goat's skin bible, and he I just like taking it from. But so real quick get back to creation science so with creation science. You like some bibles. I can pull out. It's so okay. The argument people will make is well there several argument. One people make the argument that anything that Chretien. Scientists do hasn't been done through pure review or double blind. Studies. Is that true? And how much does that actually matter? So here's another issue of confirmation bias. They will make the claim that we don't have peer reviewed science journals. And we say look at all these journals peer reviewed look at all these articles that are peer reviewed some of which appear viewed in secular journals, and they reject it. They won't read any of the journal so ICR at creation dot com. A I g they all put out journals. Good heavy research technical journals done with actual PHD scientists. And these things don't get looked at. So we have plenty of peer reviewed journals peer reviewed articles in those journals. They they just again, they reject everything. Systematically, if it doesn't if it doesn't fit with our world view, it's gone. They don't think about it. And that's sort of what Ben Stein was trying to get across in that movie. He did expelled, smells expose. Spelled. And what do they do with that? They're like, oh, well that is in serious. You know that? If it doesn't start with the conclusion they want. They just reject it and say, well, that's that doesn't count. So here's what's crazy, though there if you go into certain secular scientific journals, you can find you can find articles and in research, where they show we know people, you know, guys that do the research together speaking among themselves within the article talking about how they can't see how things like evolution works. There's plenty of there's plenty journal articles. They know that they're they're I don't even want. Call theory is not a theory, but their hypothesis is broken when they know that they don't have a mechanism in terms of the mutation issue. It's it's the one thing I explained the book, it's the one thing that when as you've heard me teach multiple times of thing about mutations is best the Lynch pin revolution. And they know they don't have it. Same thing goes for the big bang theory. It's the reason why people probably don't know this. But the reason why the Higgs bows on particle was. So so so important for them to find. A few years ago in why they had all kinds of excitement for what they thought was a Higgs boson particle is because in the big bang dilemma, it brings up something called horizon problem. So maybe I'll explain that here for a moment. I just heard this on Easter Sunday as I was witnessing to my father in law, and and brother-in-law. So Julia was gracious enough to walk away and take the rest of the family with her and it left me with with them for for several several hours. And. We had some interesting talk. So the brother-in-law who thought he's been really smart says, hey, have you ever looking at telescope before? I go, of course. Well, don't you think that we can see billions of light years away? And I said I'll we gotta break for this. Are we seeing? Well, we're we're saying it, but I didn't show him in. He wants to show here. What we'll put them on camera. He can show his. Now, he's not putting his Cameron.

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"paul mars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"paul mars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That they don't know what caused the fire yet. But some thinking that it's linked to that that renovation men. I'm not somebody. That's doomsday guy. I'm not Alex Jones. I don't wear the tin foil hat, but it kind of weirds me out that you will get some of the things that are inside of this cathedral. The the crown of thorns is inside their pieces of the cross that Jesus was crucified allegedly inside pieces of stone that were at the crucifixion side of Jesus inside. And for all that to burn up on Easter week sh- men that kind of weird me out that freaks me out just a little bit. I'm not gonna lie. The crown of thorns in their centers. Authentic. They believe questions about often tizzy. But from everybody of record the head inside. It was a gold and glass cover a big case. They don't know. What's safe? What's not inside? But if you look at this fire, it's pretty devastating. It's a pretty big deal. A lot of artwork inside that goes back to the late sixteen hundred has just a beautiful gigantic eighteenth century of one of those those pipe organs. Yes. Yes. Eight thousand pipes to this baby. Just think of like remember the paramount music palace on east Washington. Sixty five Bagley Haiti. Oh, yeah. Nice. Green place. Yes, sir that on crack and there at the Notre Dom cathedral. So it doesn't look like there's going to be anything left of this thing now. And again when you start talking about crucifixion and Easter and for that stuff to be involved in a big fire on Easter week. It weirds me out just a little bit. Other breaking news today. We're finding out that we're going to get a redacted version of the mother report released joy as earliest Thursday morning. A Justice department spokesperson said that. So let me just tell you exactly how this is going to play out. Okay. You don't need to wait 'til Thursday. This is exactly how it's going to play out when that redacted report is released. The Democrats are going to say, well, you redacted so much took away everything we are demanding to have the full full version released, and until you do that for sending out of Schiff in a corner is going to spin around three times speak himself, wet himself. We demand see the full report. We're not giving up collusion. That's what the left is going to do the right is going to say, listen people. We gave you everything that we had we redacted the things that matter to national security. We're not gonna put our soldiers lives in danger. We're not going to give away company and corporate and national secrets we redacted the thing. Things that kept people safe. I don't know what more you want. You're looking for a witch hunt and seen. That's exactly how both parties are gonna play this thing. The democrat Republicans have a lot more to lose than the Democrats Democrats are gonna be able to bore through this thing. And even the stuff that's not redacted. They're going to be able to pick and choose and find whatever the little nuggets they wanna use and blow it up and use it against the president of exactly what's going to happen. Also over the weekend. President Trump firing a few more shots on Twitter at Representative ill haunt Omar. And her comments in regards to nine eleven some people did some things. Yeah. Okay. They there was a video that was pinned to the top of Donald Trump's page. I think we've talked about this on Friday, somebody had made this video with her speech, where she mentioned some people things with the horrific scenes that we all recall with nine eleven the twin towers and the planes and the burning well because President Trump has kind of responded back and disagreed with those comments them Representative Omar people were accusing him of bullying her and she's getting some death threats because some people had a problem with it. And they're blaming Donald Trump for it. It's his fault. Now CNN's Alison Cammarata questioned Trump campaign adviser, Mark Lauder. Now, we know Mark laudner used to work here in Indianapolis along with Mike pantheon, Mark laudner was on with Alvin Cammarata on CNN and was talking a little bit about how this is Donald Trump's fault. Does the president know that he's putting her in danger? Well, I don't think it's the president. She's putting her in danger. I think it's her ill thought out words that she used. She described the greatest terror attack on the history of United States soil that which killed nearly thousand Americans. The fact that those are her words, that's what's putting making the threats but make no mistake. No congressperson. No American should be threatened. And no one is inciting violence. I think what they're doing is showing outrage toward words that should have been better thought out. I I would say the congresswoman, you know, welcome to the show. Anybody deserves death threats. That's what I'm saying. But yeah, when you have a history of anti semitic statements and tweets, and then the little cherry on the Sunday is your insensitive and dismissive remarks about nine eleven. Yeah. You're going to get criticized for getting raked over the coals for it and President Trump's gonna use this as an opportunity to fire up his base once again. So again, I say welcome to the show disagreeing with somebody isn't the same as bullying somebody the president can disagree with people and kind of cla- back at them a little bit that's not bullying, and if a couple of morons wanna make a death threat, that's not his fault. AOC and some others have said the president has put Omar endanger that's a load of crap. Omar's comments have put herself in danger. And then, of course, the thumb goes on CNN, Brian Stelter and talks about how Donald Trump's fault. Some people. Did something four words probably not the best of words. For me to sit here and say, I would have chosen different words. Right. But the point is this controversy was created the construction of the frame, Omar downplays nine eleven. Is a key part of the story. These outrage cycles corrupt us Paul Mars comment was used as a weapon against her including by President Trump who has pinned anti Omar video to the top of his Twitter page Trump's videos, propelled the story all the way to the nightly news. I'm glad he did that you know, that that video it's not something Trump created it was a video that was coming the attacks on eleven interspersed with Omar saying some people did something and attic millennials need to be need to see those images. Can you be everybody needs to be reminded of what happened on nine eleven and everybody needs to be reminded of her dismissive in insensitive remarks about that so good? I I don't have a problem with adult fifty bucks. That's Brian Stelter is never seen a woman naked, by the way that guy. And if it's bizarre to me that, you know, all of a sudden the left wants to speak up about people being put into danger people being put into danger. We have to talk about it. We have to start a conversation. Okay. Because they were awful silent for a long of things that went on lift just scroll down memory lane here, shall we? Remember when Nancy Pelosi kind of endorsed collateral damage against Americans who didn't share the views of the Dem's the American people to be there for them. For for their financial security, respecting the dignity and worth of every person in our country, and if there's some collateral damage, but some others who do not share our view while. So be it. Oh, okay list is so long here. How about Eric Holder? Remember, it is time for us as Democrats to be as tough as they are to be dedicated.

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"paul mars" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"paul mars" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

"And people do know each other so animosity each run high and everybody has to be very careful because at the top of all of this activity the people who have the money don't really often really don't know what they're doing they don't know what's taking place and they don't care seems to me often that your point is that the way development is working in reality is often counter to the community yes it's counter or it's in different but it's not part of the community that's by point really when i first went there rich people who were rich people round plenty of him but yeah you didn't have the class feeling as much as you do too i advocate hate to call it class because some of these people are not classy but its money you know napa long for years headway wealthy people you know john daniels a great example that family people came lived in san francisco and came to their socalled ranches on the weekends that such stark fact that goes back more than one hundred years couple hundred years but people felt a connection there was the glue that sort of held everybody together we live in the napa valley you know it goes mrs daniels on that horse doesn't she looked pretty but there was some like we're in this together you know now that's all gone the american agrarian dream is really dead body idea of small family farms and napa was the place where that could have endured if it hadn't gotten out of hand so jason paul mars daughter said to me what i was talking to bed and she said we are no longer nation of small farms were a nation of corporations and she's right and it was sad.

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