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"questors" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hugh Ross is founder and president of reasons to believe an organization dedicated to integrating scientific fact and biblical faith. His books include improbable planet. Why the universe is the way it is hidden treasures in the book of job and navigating Genesis heroes. Welcome back to coast to coast AM. How are you doing? Well. Thank you. You're from Canada originally. Yes, I got my PHD university of Toronto. And I hear you're from northern Toronto. I spent a lot of time at Richmond hill. Our right. Well, we're practically neighbors or were right? Let's talk a little bit about first of all reasons to believe do you teach creation or the'stick. Evolution in other words, supernatural directed Darwinism. Well, I do believe that life has been here planet earth for three point eight billion years. But at believe, it's here as the result of supernatural intervention from the origin of life to all the different major Filo. I do believe that God creates creatures capacity per patient, which we observe as Mike revolution throat the fossil record. So. Yeah. Better to classify as a day age creationist, right? That was my next question actually, a definition of day age creationism. What does that mean that means that we interpret the days of creation? Genesis one is for consecutive literal. Periods of time the Hebrew were day has four distinct. Literal definitions one of which is a long time period. And the fact that the seventh day is not yet closed out. I think is adequate evidence that these days are intended to be interpreted as long periods of time, not twenty four hours. I began the the hour talking about you know, evidence that the universe has been calibrated. Let's say support intelligent observers human life, specifically when you look out into the cosmos as an astronomer, I mean, what's the first thing that sort of jumps out at you as evidence that that in fact, the earth has been or not just the earth. But the cause most has been let's say finely tuned for life. Well, for one thing the mass of the universe has to be plainly tuned, if it's any less massive than what we observed the only elementary get hydrogen and helium future stars can't use anything else. On the other hand, if the universe more massive than when stars or they quickly convert hydrogen and helium and heavier than iron and in both cases, you're liking carbon oxygen and nitrogen Hellemann series central for life. And also the universe. Must have a highly fine. Tune mass as well as a highly fine. Tune dark energy for the universe to expand. Just the right rates wrote cosmic history to get the stars and planets you need at the right time for advanced flight to be possible. And what about here on earth? Our relationship. Let's say to the son and how critical you know, that is for for life. And and how you know finally calibrated it is well, you need not only just right universe of just right cluster. Galaxies. You need to be living in a just right galaxy within that cluster, and you have to be orbiting a star this just like the sun and for sixty years. Astronomers have been searching for a twin of the sun another star that sufficiently light the sun that it could be a candidate of a planet orbiting it and which advance light exists. Many stars that are twins one another. But we've yet to find adequate twin son. So I didn't case at the sun has fine tune characteristics. And we also note that all the planet in our solar system. Must be fine. Tune to make advance light possible on hers. So in our family celebrates thanksgiving, we thank God for Neptune. Urine saturn. We thank God for all the planet because all of that to be fine tuned. Right. And and the idea that you know, we are living in this this week's spot not only in the universe, but also in in the galaxy and inner solar system. What do we mean by sweet spot that have the habitable zone? Well, there's what we call the inter galactic habitable zone the galactic habitable zone and the planetary have zone. So there's actually several each. The newest thing that's been discovered is researcher and supermassive black holes every galaxies supermassive black hole and the only really big one that's close to us. His one in the Burgo cluster. Galaxies is actually to there in the Burgo cluster. Galaxies. Fortunately, were far enough away from those billion-plus mass supermassive black holes that the radiation doesn't kill us. And that's one of the unique features of our cluster galaxies on the fringe of the Virgo cluster galaxies. So we're in that sweet spot. Hi, you have to be living in a cluster of galaxies for life to be possible. And art cluster is no giant galaxies. The only other large galaxies the drama galaxy. It has a supermassive black hole. That's about fifty times bigger than the one. We have in hard galaxy thirty to fifty times bigger. Fortunately, a quiet phase right now. And fortunately, the drama galaxies two and a half million light years away. So we're safe, and then we live in a large galaxy that has a very tiny supermassive y coal hard galaxies black hole, only comes in four million times, a massive son. Like the one in the Andromeda galaxy. It's currently in a quiet phase and we're far enough away. And that supermassive black hole in our galaxies that were safe, and then we're also orbiting at the just right businessmen the center for galaxy where we cross fire alarms only once every billion years and right now, we're halfway between the perseus and Cejudo area spiral arm. That is the sweet spot. Have you want to have advance life? And are you able to fix the statistics? I mean is it highly statistically unlikely for all of these these considerations to be for life to have been met in the way that they are. Well, you'll find those. Statistics and a companion. We have three hundred page compendium on our website at reasons dot org slash fine tuning where we give you those probabilities without supernatural intervention. You're looking at something far more remote than one chance in ten to the one thousand fiftieth power that's one thousand fifty zeroes after the one and put that in some kind of context, you know, I'm right now in California, that's like winning the California lottery one hundred fifty consecutive times really buy one ticket each time, or as a mathematician, friend of mine put it it's no different than winning the California lottery one hundred and fifty consecutive times. We don't buy tickets at all it's an incredibly remote. Probably in the the materialist might argue well, given the vast -ness of the universe. That's is meaningless because. You know, you're you're not talking about one lottery ticket you're talking about multi. I don't know about ten to twenty three lottery tickets. There's a hundred billion trillion possible planets in our universe. So that's that's a big number. But that just takes Twenty-three off of that one thousand fifty and by the way, we already took those Twenty-three zeros off. Now, we also took off the dependency factors the very fine. Tune characteristics. So that number of one chance in ten to the one thousand fifty is extremely conservative interesting. All right now, what about here on earth things like atmospheric conditions and gravity talk to me about that. And how maybe you see the fingerprints of a creator. Well, aren't earth is an anomaly in the sense that the bigger the surface, gravity the planet. The more atmospheres going to retain. And the farther away it is from this host star, the cooler will be and hence the more atmosphere it will retain and on that basis. Astronomers know that Hearst began with an atmosphere two hundred times thicker than what it has today. And so the 'nigma is how do we get to have such a thin atmosphere? An atmosphere is just right for advanced life and the several phenomena responsible for that one was the site where our solar system was born in dense Questors stars week up blasted by Lunen twenty-six radiation, which got rid of a lot of the lights molecules, but probably the most significant events where the moon for me, bent, where for example, we now know that our solar system was born with ten planets not just the today, but ten and one of those ten was a planet that merged with our pre Morio earth and mercury vent made our. Our planet a little bit bigger gave it more heavy elements, especially more uranium thorium, which was crucial for the future continents. But also led to the formation the moon, but also led to our planet losing almost all of its water and happens fear. So instead of oceans, thousands of miles deep we have very thin layer water instead of an atmosphere of making it Vance life impossible, we have one just fifteen pounds per square inch on the surface. You mentioned the moon. I wanna come back to that. But first I wanted just delve into a little bit about gravity what if gravity on earth where just a little bit stronger. What would happen? Well, what would happen in the formation of you know, the history of the earth is that make the surface grab you'll stronger we'd be retaining more gases. I mean our atmosphere surface, gravity such that we can hang onto water, but we don't hang onto a Monja methane. They do a scape to outer space. They they would escape anyway because radiation of the sun that they would escape into slower rate and that would cause problems. So you had just the right surface, gravity strong enough that we don't lose our water, but not so strongly wind up retaining too, much ammonia and methane too, much, carbon dioxide, etc. Now, the moon to me. What little I know about it strikes me as perhaps one of the most remarkable unusual celestial bodies in in the sky because of our relation to the moon. And and and speak to me about how our relationship to the moon is so favorable to life. Well, we're the moon is unique is how massive it is compared to its host planet. I mean, the rudder moons in our solar system when you look at that ratio are moon is fifty times bigger than any other knowing moon, relative to its planet mass, and it's because of that enormous ratio of moon's mass to the earth mass that we've stable rotation axis tilt. There's actually more to it than that you need to have the title torque of the moon being exerted on the earth being about twice as strong as a title torque of the sun, and that's what actually gives us a rotation axes. It doesn't move much. Maybe look at Mars it's rotation. Axes tilts back and forth by sixty degrees. Ours only tilts back and forth by plus minus one degree gives us that's one of the factors. That's.

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"questors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Naturally a lot of CO two and the part that she Questors it that if we warm the world just enough to actually trigger one of those huge carbon sinks that keep the balance of nature. Good enough for us to have a civilization if that gets on out of balance than one of these huge carbon sinks would begin to show signs of it. And as early as all souls day, ironically, I'm November of two thousand nine I wrote a essay for the book predictions for twenty ten where I saw the tipping point. Actually sliding beginning in twenty ten is this what you call the burp, John. Well, it is about the burp which I'm about to this is what the scientists are calling it like dodger mail and other scientists that are looking at this and the the basically. A temperature sue NAMI would begin and we would have unrelenting much higher spikes of generally aggregate. Hotter years. Even though there's some polar vortexes and things like that. If you look at the whole mean temperature of the world, it's going towards the hotter. And the concern I had was what I called metaphorically a super volcano. That is so vast that you can't see it because it's spewing an invisible gas and the gas is mostly methane, methane is a is a much more powerful greenhouse gas inhibitor to store heat into the earth, and then have it absorbed by the oceans is where most of this heat goes at the rate of four hundred thousand equivalent to four hundred thousand hero, Shema blasts a year. So the thing is that that heat is now beginning to build a Caldera of spewing gas Caldera, the diameter of the of the polar Arctic, circle, it is basically the permafrost systems of Siberia, and Canada and Alaska, but more importantly what I was watching out for back. Then in twenty nine was whether there would become a plume of bubbling coming out of the eastern Siberian continental shelf, which is one of the largest shelves. Shallow shelves of ocean covered area. And it's covered in submarine permafrost. And now, the scientists are now finding that they've found in one thousand square mile area, which is small area of this large area as many as sixty billion columns of bubbling.

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"questors" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"The position and the counter-insurgents can then focused buyers on them. Now, they re they signed their name to a piece of paper that wants to get rid of cows and airplanes and cars and in America in America. I mean, I came to live in America. So I drive a Mustang. Exactly. Yeah. My I was a three zero to nineteen seventy-two Mustang with the C four transmissions. I loved every minute of it because it was so American, and it just shows how these people in the idiots who slammed it because it is a strategic disaster for them. Do not understand voters outside of the urban. Yes. Yeah. I call militant normal. That's title. My. Let's let's let's let's segway. This is a beautiful very nicely done. Colonel. Very nice. Thank you. Thank you. What spike what is a militant normal? And let me just ask you find may how does it fit into? I think it was a fabulous moment for me, the president stump speech in Wilkes Barre where he said forget the elite, and he pointed the audience, and he said, yeah. The Super League. Yes. Because look I will first thing you do when you're a leader. And I like to think I'm still a leader. Is you fall on your sword when you were wrong, and I forgot as an ideological conservative with embracing the good parts of globalism that good parts of immigration. I married immigrant. You're an immigrant yourself wrong with immigration, but in but in practice, what we were doing was we were forgetting the damaging effects because they are damaging effects on the people who built this country who who fuel it defend it. We forgot about them as conservatives or Republicans. And let me tell you. They reminded us. They found eight guide most unlikely guy in the world, a a tame developer of of you know, playboy, let's let's call them. What he was from Queens, New York. The guy who listen to them. Yes, we forgot to again. I'm putting myself that I forgot to listen to the same guys. I led the same guys I jumped on a grenade for, but we came to politics. I forgot about them. But they said, hey, we're here, we're important. We matter and Trump saying you do matter, and they do matter this this is hugely important. This is massively important Dillard's. And listen to what a Colonel Schlick through saying right here, we understand those who live in the real world understand what happened in two thousand sixteen in two thousand sixteen with a blue collar the real America between the Acela corridor in the Pacific. Real America connected with a billionaire from queens, not from Manhattan from queens what the Democrats did yesterday. And with all these people have signed on to the green the new deal. They have gone in the opposite direction instead of trying to appeal to the people who put Donald Trump in the White House. They have gone in the opposite direction. So this is good news for us for twenty twenty. It's amazing. They have signed a document that says we should guarantee a living to people unwilling to work. Their name is on. Anything less American. Perfect. These coastal Questors. I mean, how do you think that place, and I'm not talking hardcore conservatives, I'm not even talking about moderates. I'm talking about democrat voters to lunch pail guys were good. Cook it applies to people who aren't even political right? Yes. Yes. Comic sense common sense Americans. Yeah. I I guess both for who. I think is passed. You know, who who sounds like you said to do the right thing for the country, not the ideological. But that it is so American in character to say, okay? Are you guys who are working hard to support your family's after you get rid of your SUV because we don't think you should you know, we from Santa Monica don't think you should have it. No, you live in the woods and have to try to show and stuff. You're also going to give some of your money to people who don't work. Wow. It's it's actually delicious. I think that it is actually super I think Alexandra CASA Cortez I thanked spot. Thank Kamala Harris, you may have sealed the deal.

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"questors" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Speaking agreeing. That's one woman I do love and Harry's. I've got a lot of gold. I've got called. I got gold baby never share it. So I have so much of it Milosevic here. I love. I love I can't wait seeing snipe cradling Lilly's body as Harry Wales in the crib behind. It is such a devastating image. It's one of the only things in the film's version of the prince's tale. That is an invention the movie, obviously that scene is edited. We get a lot of auditory snippets. We get. Flashbacks from other films. So it's stitched together an edited in a very different way than the book is, but that is one that is just like, this is a thing we inhere you're seeing in the movie that we in Harry are are not seeing in the book that moment, and it is so deeply deeply sad to me. And I just I love it. And I love the way that it's edited to build up to that point, you know, him in front of God's hollow. And then we cut back there saw him walking the stairs cutback to other stuff the glimpse of the feet cutback other stuff and then to just see him like rocking her in his despair is just beautiful. All right worst book to movie as we're going to attempt to be shoe dishes are selections here. I wanna make a macro point here. And I think a lot of the choices that we're gonna highlight will stem from this. And ultimately, I say this as a justification defence of the film, or at least an effort. At that that I attempting to put myself in the sense base as much as anything. We're not in Harry's. Head movie. We just we aren't and we can't be at while. I mourn that loss lake the loss of an actual person that I love because I think that those moments those chapters, those passages are absolute masterclass writing and craftsmanship from JK rolling in some of my not only favorite things in the Harry Potter books, but my favorite things in literature storytelling period, because we cannot get that here. A lot of what we're missing are those moments and it happens right away. So my first one is, you know, the the one maker in the shell cottage chapters. It's boiled down to. Yeah. Just a couple quick very direct overly direct conversations. This is Harry's big choice. The moment of the fork in the road feel feel that at at at all at all that it is a choice that it is the the choice. That not only determines everything becomes after everything built up to that point what the nature of choice symbolize in that story. There's none of that. And again, as you say we can't be in Harry's head, and as you have previously noted this is one of those moments that bears the weight of the sins of emission of the past. How do you do it in a way that honors the book, you really can't because that material is just doesn't exist? It will when we readopt Harry Potter yet, crackle streaming serious. Amazon your money, Hulu, what's up? One particular thing from that sequence that I think is worth highlighting all of Andhra knowing about the deathly hallows Harry asking in the response that he gets to that is troubling. You know, we talked in the first movie pod about how we see the deathly hallows imagery knowing Grigorovich a shop, and how the film is just kind of handling the idea of the not even the secrecy around the awareness around it, how few people know this story. And then though the legend behind it in our Questors what that means and have a symbol means different things to different people some people think it's grin devolved science. Some people like xenophilia thinking means that you are after this pursuit, and that someone else who understands that is a kin to you in a way that nobody else in the universe. It's like there's none of that. And all of ender, knowing I think compromises something fundamental about what the deathly hallows are. Supposed to represent in the story. And specifically what Harry's relationship to them represents. You know, I think it's fair to ask. If at the end of the movie, it's totally clear to everyone. Who's only saying the movies that Harry has mastered the hell not represent..

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"questors" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Who? Filmaker hat where. Yeah. It was like candy behind your ear. Appropriate. Yeah. Sure is excessive. Who whose name tag? Do you have there? Oh, I am rooting for max million dollar arm representing the ham on fantastic stock, by the way, this max million excellent work. I'd like a ham right until you said you're rooting for that person. You know, you're. Pete. Right. Oh shit. Go. Well, and what'd you break for the bag? Do let's see I got any John Landis fans out there. All right. John came out with this. Awesome. Book a couple years ago called monsters in the movies that he wrote which is like the history of monsters threats cinema. It's pretty cool. There's found this under Allen and stuff. Yeah. Yes. No. Give the Tate found this under my bed. This creepy. Clown movie terrify gets the job approval. Excellent. Yes. Points towards Questors Scruggs, you'll love terrify shameless plug for my movie, mayhem there, you go. Yes. With the burnings Steven Jahn. He's gonna win it. He's gonna he's gonna sweep Stephen young. Oh for he because he's so great and the burning green that movie. Oh, good for him traded up after me have his number. We talk after okay. He did he did this show once before and he was very nice. So a love to have you know, some time. Anyway, he can't return that anymore. What are you doing? Oh shit. You're right. I just didn't like the way the tag was digging in, you know, trying to enjoy this robe not have a tag stick it into my net. But now, it's got that little plastic thing. That's like even worse than the fuck. Now, the even there to protect me from it, can I usually get these off teeth is how it usually get Bill. You. Okay. Mayhem is a good teeth off. Person. Joe you ever see mayhem? I'm so excited that you've been saw man and remember can loved it. Thanks to. Movie that I've been wanting to see if it's on you, and I'm really excited right now that you're the director I didn't realize where the guy that directed may lower expectations. Dude. It's fine. That's pretty fucking cool better than BUSTER Scruggs. Draw busters that be the what I like about. Mayhem is the lack of ballots. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's a movie says it's going to be a ballot. I'm already. Okay. Well, maybe before naptime ballots aren't even my favorite kind of song. Not even in my top five of movies. John. What I'd watch. I'd watch the fuck and megadeath of BUSTER Scruggs, two seconds that would rock. If you put slayer dot hates us all album and he pushed play right when mayhem starts. It's fucking fun. I'm guessing. Gotta add some weed into that formula. Yes. Well, yeah. Also be come on. Hey, where's that stuff? You brought Joe threat here pass it down. Please tell us tell us about your plugs. They know you've got a special charity event. So in addition to all, my fantastic, film work. I have a podcast like everybody called the movie crip with Adam green filmmaker and we're doing our third annual forty eight hour save Yorkie marathon where we stay up for forty eight hours from December fourteenth sixteenth run the hallway through to save yorkies for a shelter..

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"questors" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Some nice fantastic beasts references in this direction. We mean, the actual fantastic. Love it the rump in horn that explodes. Should be familiar now as the rump in was the huge rhinoceros like creature that Newton Jacob track down in the central park zoo. In the first fantastic beasts film, also side note about a rump ins- that crammed proving once again why he earns the indispensable label every episode. There are not that many our own bins in the wild per new book because thanks to their horns, the males are known to explode. And I'm quoting cram here literally and presumably figuratively during mating season ham. Number two, more magical creature goodness in feeless mentions. The use of Demi guys hair in some visibility cloaks. Demi guys is now also familiar to Potter heads as Newt also detract down is escape Demi guys in the first beast movie, which was a supremely difficult task because of the creature's ability to become invisible while making his way to the department store where he was hiding out with its Agami number three Ron says of Harris cloak. We've never been spotted under it. But that's not one hundred percent, true moody, and thus barred I can see through it with his magical. I and Dumbledore can recognize their presence through it by casting Hominum reveal yo wordlessly also NEW GUINEA could sniff them through it, and she was hiding in the filled broadening corpse. This is not a pothole in Dumbledore notes in the beetle book that rolling wrote all he says is that quote death's cloak is of a uniquely durable nature. So it fits. The feelies and other Questors and their zeal for the hallows might have exaggerated the cloaks infallibility number four on pyre. Cassie Jordan tells Kingsley you've got my vote for minister of magic if we ever get out of this mess. Foreshadowing Kingsley will in fact, become minister setting up, an excellent spinoff for show law, and our number five also as discussed above lupin says that he thinks Harry is still alive because his death quote would be proclaimed as widely as possible by the death eaters, if it had happened because it would strike deadly blow at the morale of those resisting the new regime, and this is indeed what happens when Harry is killed later in the book is voldemort heads to the castle boasts about it, far and wide displaying. Harry's body Harry's, of course, pretending to be dead at this point as a trophy Appelt, except even then Nevels morale is not defeated shout. Civil now in always number six lupin using Romulus is his code name is a reference to the tale of Romulus and Ramos. The legendary founders of the city of Rome, according to myth as infants these twin brothers were abandoned on the banks of the Tiber river because certain king felt that their birth would eventually become a threat to his reign. They were saved by Thai. Bernie's the God of the river and later in a cave on the Palatine hill named the Looper Cal we're nursed by a she wolf. In other words, not a very secure codename. Remiss literally the twin brother of the other guy slightly more secure than ear Baga being the moon. Love lupin never set. The first names of the Pepperell brothers Antioch. Cadmus and notice are more examples yet more examples of JK's classical education in Greek mythology Cadmus was a king theme slayer of monsters and the founder of the city Thebes Antioch was an ancient Greek city founded by general in the army of Alexander the great in three hundred and what is now Turkey near the city of attack. You another side within an aside here Antioch. Some major major major city for Christian history. This was where Christians were first called Christians, an apostle Paul's home base and notice in Latin means forgiven, but also foreign or strange now, many of us Questors believed that the pebbles have everything everything to do with binge mode. Every episode we're going to honor the personally, I do captivate us. The most entity were dishing out some last minute points in awarding now up to..

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"questors" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

17:20 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on KTRH

"News, weather and traffic. Alexa, play KTAR H and iheartradio. And welcome back to coast to coast. Start Rosen garden with us and your calls. But first start the candidates. What did you do? Well, george. I just posted on my website, my with with tarot cards pictures, the twelve candidates twelve contenders, the court cards, each one was given through random number generation kind of synchronous typically, and they are so interesting because I think they really fit I'm happy to go through with you. But if you your listeners are on my website, they can actually visually see it visually for those who are driving and things like that. Let's let's go through some of the highlights. Go ahead. Yeah. So these are just the court cards which represent adult personality styles, you could say so do you wanna ask me any of the of the the candidates? Okay. Let me get up to your website to while. We're gonna make it easier. Column under posts. Okay. And you did how many of them you said twelve. Democrats and nine Republicans. All right. The what? Okay. Am on your site. You looking up right column? Upper right. What's it say the tarot circle? No, no, no. What am I looking for your? If you look under posts, there's a column says posts in the top one will say there it is there. It is latest posts. Okay. Perfect. Okay. Okay. So let's talk about some of these people. I wish or you can make it bigger two. Very good. All right. Let us start with the Democrats because there aren't that many? Okay. You have Bernie Sanders. Knight of cups. Go ahead. Okay. So. Well, think of it this way, George the nights are Questors. The so in Sanders is the night. So he's the question of cups. That's the heart. That's the really associated with cups is. Heart love care nurturance emotional connection. And so Bernie Sanders is the Knight of cups. If we wanted to get a sense of his kind of personality style. If we were to move over to O'Malley, she O'Malley came out and remember this was all through total random number generation. He can others the page of was. Pages are younger pages are like students in college student age. So he's also in that same suit of tearing nurturance love cuts water element. But he's he's much younger in terms of this development. He's more of a page. And then we have Hillary. Hillary came out again is Cup. So old three Democrats came in the suit of cups is that unusual. Four suits. And you know, they all came out. Hillary not surprising. I think if you're if you are Hillary fan, no, many, people are not. But those who are she came to Queen of cups. Queens are nurturers. They nurture the element that they represent. And you know, I think that's certainly in a positive sense could be said of of Hillary that she is nurturing kind of like a nurse. All right now, what everybody wants to know. Art is what does this mean who's gonna win? I'm not telling you that. I'm not telling you that. I like I said I wouldn't say that on west I really set up in prepared a full deck and spent enough time shuffling random ising it, and creating something that was really really very powerful before. I would make a big prediction like that. So you have to get these back another be prepared for that. So, but this is basically a trait personality trait their leading trait now with the full reading that I gave a Donald Trump that's a full eleven card reading that really speaks to his state of mind and very comprehensive way. So what can you say about him? Okay. Well, just in terms of the traits. I'll tell you straight. And then I mean, we can go into his whole reading that also is posted on my website Donald came out as his trade as the Queen of ones. It is what it is. Right. It is no one's is fire. You know, he's very charismatic. And he you know, he is a Queen of fire. And that's a lot of what this is really their persona. You could say so Donald came out as the Queen of wines Christie came out as she's a page. He's a younger development of sore. Just swords is mental. That's intellectual thinking. So he's a he's a student of thought that's what that's what a page of sorts means Christie. Iran, paul. He came out interestingly enough as a king of cups kings are masters or makers, and again, this is like the Democrats World Cups. Rand Paul the only Republican I think that came out as a Cup, but he's a king. Go quite quite surprising. Rubio. There's also a chain. He's a king of sorts. That's a king of thinking rational mental. Then we have cruise cruise came out as a page of tentacles. That's more money, practical, things material things solid things. He's like a student of that Carson. Came out as a night of sorts of intellect. Casick case six came out at another team king of ones where Trump was a Queen of wands casick is a king of warranty wander are very charismatic and very action oriented tend to be pretty intuitive actually Bush came out as the Queen of swords. Let's add me. Well. She's nurturing ideas, you know, he's, you know, like like when he said, he there's a lot of really cool ideas that he has that he'd rather be talking about I think that may be his strum that may be his MO is that he he would like to nurture some some new new ideas. I think he lacks the charisma for a politician that say Trump Trump is, but that's what Bush came out here. Theory any fear Reno excuse me. Yeah. Tentacles classic. So she's a maker pentacle is money, right? Finance to all these traits are all these traits presidential. No, we don't wanna page. You don't wanna page. We don't wanna page. I think I think a Queen would be good king. Certainly would be good. A night would be Perot. Ick. I didn't do Obama. I think. And he's he's a lame duck. Anyway. Pardon me. He's a lame duck. Anyway, he's a lame duck. Anyway. So yes. So I'd like you to put together something and get you back. Okay. I will do that with some specific predictions. Let's take some calls here for your art as they roll in here Mary in Ontario, Canada, and you can do your thing with your three cards are merry go ahead. Good morning, art, and Jerry. How are you? Great now, did you have a question or do you want a quick reading? I'd love to have a quick reading. All right, art, take it away. You do you have a particular question for a reading? Just basically what my life past where it's going to take me for myself. I'm gonna do this very quickly. I I'm gonna use my own intuition. I had to stand face-down deck. I can't see what the cards are. I'm just going to pull three cards one two three and first card represents the way, it appears the way your pass appears to be at this moment. And that is I'm using my dick TNT. So did this car is called the ring. That means that's an agent of wholeness, it appears like your life is about becoming a whole person. That's what your pad is becoming a whole person, which is a wonderful thing to strive for. But what's really going on? That's position to what's really going on. Here. You have the hangman which is an agent of surrender which really going on. Now is your stepping back. You're stepping back. In observing what's going on your you're wanting to have a little distance and just to detach yourself. From from the. From the circus of life and. Sure. And where you need to pay special attention that's third card, and this is the devil. So this means that you need to look at self-deception possibly issues around addiction. Or self delusion. That's the devil. So it seems like you have some very very lofty goals in your life. And you need to look at where you may have some shadow work to do. All right. I hope you. All right. Great. It does very much. Thanks mary. Good luck to you. And by picking these three cards. They give you what percent of accuracy at think. Really? George. Here's here's you know, everybody asked that question. But here's here's what the real truth is. Accuracy is a myth. We don't know how to measure accuracy because it's the only based on what we believe is true. What? So it's not really accurate. What is is relevant? So hundred percent relevant. It has to be because this is what is occurring in the now. And so at least for now, this is what is relevant these cards are I you know, I believe that we are all walking tarot decks, the cards are our DNA and this and so they're all true at various moments. This is just a moment. You know of did the nation where we tend to look at pieces that taros telling us to look at how come you don't need birth dates. I do Bert birthday. She there's a whole level of numerology in the Tara. And so I do wonderful things with with if I have a birth date. I can tell you about six or seven different cards that are relevant to you very relevant. All right. Next up. We go to Joe in Detroit Michigan. Hey, joe. Go ahead. Yeah. Time listener I try getting too. I guess. That's right. Okay. I was looking for a quick quick reading what this year has the whole for me. Okay. So you go all right. Okay. The way it looks like coming in that. This is a time for you to this is called cards called the traveler, and it's about looking at new pads of self discovery, it's stepping out of the old mold and try trying to find new ways towards a greater wisdom. But what's really going on Joe in this in this now is the moon and the moon card is a is an agent of imagination. And psyche. So I saying that you're actually connecting with a a deep part of yourself that's beyond your conscious control, maybe filled with various types of emotions or deep memories. And so you're you're getting a lot of information from the unconscious right now. And we're you need to pay special attention for this year. Is the well, which is an agent of renewal. This is a card that has to do with things like rebirth of cleansing. And that's a good thing. It's a great thing. It's it's cleansing yourself. So that you can start a new cycle that's cleansing or art cleansing or purging. Well, both of those are are part of this the spectrum. But I more cleansing if it was reversed I would say purging. All right. Good luck. Joe? Let's take one more quick one before the break. And then we'll come back and wrap things up. We'll go to Patty and San Francisco now Patti go ahead. What an interesting program. It is. It is indeed did you wanna reading or you have a quick question? I would like reading quickly. All right. And what would you like to ask for the reading? What what do you want to find out? So much stress right now, we're having a problem with my son and addiction. Okay. Some personal family stuff our personal stuff. Okay. Let's we'll do it again for you. So starting off it you got a card the world card. It looks like you. It's about integration. So you're you ask the question. How can I pull this stuff together in into one hole, but what's really going on in the next card is judgment reversed? So. There are a decision needs to be made. And you're you're stuck. You're procrastinating or your blocked in some major kind of life altering decision, and what you need to focus on now. Like, another caller, you have the devil card, which means you need to focus on your shadow side, your places where you may be deluding yourself or it may be involved with some kind of a false attachment or addiction. So that's that's what you need to look at from your side. Art, would you give out your website again place? Art Rosen garden dot com. And if you forget how to spell it. You can go to moonlight counseling dot com will take you to the same place..

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"questors" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"So take yourself over to decide dot com and start having some fun today. It was a it was like right around that time because I I found Ron Paul in late two thousand seven, and then I started getting really interested in Austrian economics. Like as like a result of economic crash that came a the next year. So I I got into Australian economics. It was very a very interesting time because there was this huge recession and to me the Austrians had a really compelling answer. For what had happened. Whereas other other. Mainstream economists seemed to not only did they not see it coming, but their explanations for it were just so all over the place in ridiculous like greed got out of control all of a sudden around two thousand six. And now we have to pay for all that. But one of the things that I. Like landscape of the economy was very interesting, and one of the things that just became more and more infuriating was that they would. They would kind of like make these predictions like the one that you just mentioned that if we passed the stimulus unemployment won't go above eight percent. And then when it would go above eight percent, they'd say things like, well, the stimulus wasn't big enough or we couldn't realize at the time how severe this this recession actu- absolute actually was. But at the time when when the we were right in the middle of it in two thousand eight, they were bullying everybody into passing the initial stimulus by saying, this is going to be the worst wasn't Rachel. Maddow said we wouldn't even have an economy anymore. If we didn't pass the stimulus and the banker ballots. So it didn't seem like, well, if you didn't realize how bad it was. I mean, you sure we're talking it up like it was a real nightmare. And yet then no matter how much they would be proven wrong. There would. Always be kind of like a cop out. It would always be while the stimulus wasn't big enough and that and that's why, and to the point you were making about. About Krugman before. Oh, and also you must be a real idiot. If you don't believe us. Yeah, exactly in there and then also. So for fair-minded listeners, they might say, well, okay, but. Anyone given thing, you know, it could have been just like it's possible like you get a certain type of cancer and you go into the doctors say, well, we're going to try this aggressive chemo or in, let's say you die. Like right away that by itself, at one case wouldn't prove that actually that treatment was bad. You could just say, well, maybe it was more it was worse than we realize what the but with with this stuff. And what I do in the buck here is I give numerous examples. And so for the US some your listeners might remember this back in it was twenty thirteen is when the so called sa- Questors kicked. It writes, the Republicans were arguing with Obama. Remember since Obama's in the White House that was made Republicans all some care about spending again in. So they actually put through so modest spending cuts. The actual government spending literally went down by a little bit for short period in, of course, all the Keynesians were freaking out saying the the recovery right now is so fragile and they made projections saying that, you know, this is what GDP growth employment will do. If we don't mess with anything. But if we impose these spending cuts that the Republicans want than the GDP growth will be lower. So they got the sequester. The Republicans got their way in GDP roles was higher than what the Keynesian said would happen if we did nothing. So it was a mirror image in the way they explained it was the, oh, God, the economy was stronger than we realized. So the questions didn't hurt as much. So I'm saying it's literally the MIR imminent. It was like no matter how many times blows up in their faces in another thing to US earlier about the opera ory versus imperial stuff. So yes, Austrians they use up your analysis meeting like just reasoning from first principles and thinking things through to build a logical, coherent framework internally consistent..

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"questors" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"A fierce funny tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg I am eight years old and everyone wants to take the picture with. She is really the closest thing to a superhero. I know our BG Monday, September third, nine eastern and Pacific on CNN Sirius XM one sixteen. In normal times, no president would even dare comment on an ongoing criminal trial. And in normal times, the president would definitely not weigh in on an ongoing criminal trial involving his own former campaign chairman who was accused of eighteen felonies and he would definitely definitely not open the door to pardoning said, former campaign chairman, friends. These are not normal times. I don't talk about that. I don't talk about that. I think the whole Manafort trial is very sad. When you look at what's going on there. I think it's a very sad day for our country. He worked for me for a very short time, but you know what? He happens to be a very good person, and I think it's very sad what they've done the ball of what after court was recessed. Reporters approached one of benefits, defense, attorneys who not surprisingly was thrilled with the president's comments down Jackson president today, very happy to hear from the president, then not supporting this. I'll bet. Keep in mind. The jury is not sa- question in the man of four case and could certainly get wind of the president's remarks. Sara Murray joins me now, could the president's comments put the jury well poison, the jury on this decision? Well, as you pointed out, the jury obviously is not Questors. These are normal human beings. We're going to go home over the weekend and if they turn on the television, if they pick up a newspaper, they will see the president's comments saying, this is very sad. I mean that said the jury got very explicit instructions from the judge about what they are supposed to consider when they are weighing this decision, what they're supposed to take into account and on that list of factors is not. How does the president feel you know about the way this this trial should turn out? And we know the president has always felt this was a witch hunt. We've seen him talk publicly about the Manafort case before, but it is a question. You know what happens to jurors if they go over home over the weekend, see this and could it sway their decision one way or another was the judges. Decision not to success to them? Well, there has been no move to semester them. I mean, you know, you could have done that at the beginning. There clearly wasn't an effort to do that. And obviously the judge didn't have any concern about sending them home over the weekend. I'm not gonna ask you to retail leaves here. Everybody's trying to read tea leaves, but, but are there any indications based on the questions they've been asking the judge with the time that they've taken so far into liberations to which way they're leaning? Well, they go back on Monday for their third day of deliberations. Obviously, you know, if you're the prosecutors in this case, he would love for it to be a slam dunk. You would love the jury to come back and say, you know, we're going to give you everything you want. We found him guilty on all counts. That's a perfect world. We don't live in a perfect world. Manafort's defense attorney did say that he felt like it was to his clients benefit that the jury was taking so long to deliberate. But you know, as you know, Jim, there are a number of different charges Manafort is facing. These are complicated. It's a financial case. It seems like the jury is doing their due diligence and I don't know that we can really read the tea leaves one way or another. If they decided to take a couple of days to pour over what was essentially two weeks of financial information thrown their way. I, you have that as well. I mean, it's complicated stuff for Lehman. So Marie. Thanks very much joining us now to help sort out both President Trump's remarks as well as these. The past couple of days of Jerry deliberations members of our own CNN legal team. Jennifer Rogers were not mariota Jennifer. If I could begin with you, you have a president sitting president of the United States making a public comment as the jury's deliberating, and the jury is not sequestered is, is that prejudicing the outcome of this case..

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"questors" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"questors" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"questors" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"questors" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Questors for his answer both questions in portuguese primerica style there's a b style up resolve firstly is in prison luna was tried and convicted firstly to nine years extended to twelve years after he appealed why is he still popular among brazilians in why did his approval ratings go up after these convictions because brazilians can see that lula is being judged through what seems to be illegal process which uses the law to commit legal acts to convict in a sentiment sorry i'm going to finish and what do i mean by that the brazilian people can see that when people are tried by the media and convicted without the presumption of innocence without the right to a defence without adversarial proceedings tried by the media he was tried by the court the supreme laws loss except somalia raw one image improved since the trial by media ended and we went to the courts because in the courts there is the adversary system even if the judge who presides over the investigation is the same judge who convicted people and even though the judge didn't recognize the presumption of innocence the population heard arguments and things became harder for the judge and people became less convinced that lula was guilty zoned popular song is there was really no case the supreme court would not have supported this conviction it would have overturned it a supreme court incidentally which the vast majority of members were appointed either when president lula was office or do you five of them were appointed when you were in office soap opera of aquinas adams republicans this just proves that we were republicans we didn't ask people to support as just because we had appointed them i was a subject of proceedings which were formerly reproachable of parent.

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"questors" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"questors" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Of they really generating the sort of above market returns they claim they're they're doing a little bit of let's just call it creativity so when you for those who are unfamiliar when you make an investment in private equity you're committing capital but you're not actually giving them capital so you had more or less after sa questors that they calculate their performance based on literally win the money hits which could be two three or four years later that you're sitting with capital tied up that's not yet working theoretically it's in a short term fixed income fund what what's your perspective on what's going on with private equity i assume you allocate on some of the boards you sit money into do and some of my friends and clients are in private equity so you know look are always tell them i'm jealous of their you know they have a great business model and and and they're one of the the two areas in investment management where nobody's questioning fees and or returns are venture capital and private equity and remember bain capital and mitt romney there was a lot of reports about have did bain exaggerate its returns and that sort of what started this whole cascade over the pail i think the the issues abroad or one which is if you're investing in venture capital and private equity i i would just tell investors understand that in the case of venture capital you are investing in high beta high beta high risk high return situations so venture capital funds should be measured not against the snp but against some some high beta you know like whatever.

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"questors" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"questors" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"I forgot that i you know i knew there was something important here folks that i was forgetting this is exactly what the president wanted obamacare's reforming bombed to this is what the president wanted trump has no what i want is for muller to make tracks outta town what do you mean this is what i wanted now gateway you need to know what gateway is because kaz speaker ryan said this doesn't fund gateway and it does on the wall gateway is chuck schumer's little tunnel project in in new york and it does get some funding it gets it indirectly but schumer's happy pelosi is happy there schumer is out there saying this this this is absolutely wonderful this is the this is the the end of austerity the era of austerity is over here's schumer's era of austerity we haven't had any austerity you know what they think austerity is was the sa questors spending caps that's what they think austerity is when there were caps on the rate of increase in spending up next is ryan again ainsley earhardt this time didn't the president he's not going to just start to build a wall he said he wants all the funding in place and then he'll build the entire thing we want to get it going right now we don't want to wait until we can get multi year bill pass here's the problem with this process which i hate as well the senate has a filibuster and the reason we're coming up against the deadline of the government stopping its funding tomorrow is because of the senate filibuster we fund government one year at a time that's how the budget process works so we're going to fund the wall one year at a time in this case for the next six months okay so this is what president wanted an even if it was in the senate has a filibuster and there's nothing there's some truth to this i don't wanna i don't wanna be sounding completely snarky here but all of this is known going in and i know what you all are hearing because i hear it too hey we're just victims we're we're just victims in place runs as though they don't run it so almost like the limbaugh theorem attached to members of congress limbaugh theorem actually pled to obama an alabama escaped any accountability for his own policies by being able to pretend he was still an outsider trying to.

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"questors" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"questors" Discussed on The 45th

"In there's the big board the twenty electoral votes from the state of pennsylvania we just got new metrics day the inauguration of eighth present celebrates a peaceful transition of power engineer by the american vote this is your life now this is our election now this is us this is our country it's very hi and welcome to the forty seven episode of the 45th podcast i'm susan simpson i'm here today with suraj talk nebout kushner is no good very bad terrible week i am so sad i miss the 45th episode of the 45th podcast well muller mr to terry as exciting as usual there is no of fireworks thrown off so you mentioned kushner what's going on with jury question i mean i've seen them the news but you probably the fallen this all the closely than i have what's not going on kashmir it's been a very bad week for him at parent we i mean we'll get into bed but i bought him an avantgarde and they're friends rob porter anto picks that'll be ounce little bit you might say so yeah i i mean i saw this about kushner about him not getting his i get that he got his security clearance downgraded from what not having a security clearance to definitely not having a security clearance well apparently trump was going to his word he did like kelly make a final calmness and there is no longer security clearance for kushner he never should have had the interim one but he now is without what it all of course trump is the president and he can overrule whatever ninos kim measures are in place and order custard bill see for instance the president's daily briefing wrote so yeah you know on paper it sounds good in practice it may or may not mean that kushner has been cut off from access and give them the kushner was one of the most frequent questors of high priorities of invasion.

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"questors" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"questors" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Upi like how many of us will come forward and be like yes we unthinkingly microaggressions do some about aguirre this month ago or fixing he will come at works but i feel like sometimes are they were black sheep we have a little bit of jealousy tours moute any movement distraction debt consequences darby handed out because i have very very of fuel far between consequences for things that happen to us are so it's almost like i'll yago listen at eu mo fraga's you know anyway brock turner appealed his conviction guys i know him as a stamp arabise uh jali spent three months in jail he is appealing his conviction a request any trial cuma was not aiding do it he got the lightest since sin as possible really as we we claims that his trial was fundamentally unfair um keita is requests were new trouser statement a prosecutor repeatedly made during the trials they know soccer behind the dumpster yes just waiting for confound udal turned his lawyers argued did not actually occur behind the dow's to indeed victim was found in a completely open steady you were caught in the goddamn act with the puk them talking value say behind the does to prejudice the jury against turner what is fact what are we doubting about a year uh the characterization other kramah flat an intent owned the appeal as part to shield the sick as the questors activities and apply more depravity callousness a couple of ability only a pill as barth because of the hair connotations of field garvers dead ditch detritus aid criminal uh activity frequently associated with dumpsters feeling don't the flood trash delicious don't even naughty sheikh or why is it i'll because the now you gulf was the victim to go through his bushy it all over a fucking gan hot possibly he's petitioning for new trout this as me he'll get there is a question we granted but possibly ah.

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"questors" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"questors" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Of the proposed changes the medicare uh entertaining questors people have wondering if medicare going away and home make any changes are due to health before may in cat they're medicare cobra attention all so uh do they need to make changes so uh and son was peeking um when did you since from the audience did you said that rather they're thinking about a particular plan they're very concerned about what they see in the new headline that healthcare reform may impact medicare the crouching israeli respect in the of you were doing and uh definitely ending engaged they're interested in knowing more absolutely and uh be the presentation of if you've ever ally of the aggression what comey john i noticed that you know your uh rac to perk up when i mentioned that there are 10000 people are turning 65 everyday and many big benefit to continue through the year twenty twenty were you surprised that that that i was based on a staggering i uh i was i was actually thinking he was more in the five thousand range ohio and out an absolutely 'cause alvarez bear and stacy when people turn 65 not everybody but um they they may qualify for medicare insurance and whether they are or are ready we created not actively working or if they are actively working there's a lot of questions that come up with respect who do when you enroll in medicare they'll do you get those questions the la are you and um you know the thought one after for everybody 'cause everybody situation if france so we really to kind of dd and ask them questions that we make sure we giving them the right information uh i think that's a really really good point uh i find a lot of people often don't know if back we have a framed that question to get the information they want uh after the example i got an email last night at like ten o'clock at night and it was someone who's bad on my uh my um uh a good friend of mine i signed up for mary care part b it's starting november first but my friend are still working so i don't think they needed to sign up the part d ten days decent roll from part b and i said well i think the.

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"questors" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"questors" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"South pacific or the falkland islands or pick some other reason to go to war and just generally wars politics by other means where we destroy cities hospital school kill hundreds of thousands of millions of people creating blood feuds last forever and and and world terrorism suicide army and everything else that he'll seem ridiculous um nationalism will still be around but if need be tempered the diff i it's it's impossible to describe the potential positive impact and then after that they bihac beyond that the situation where the government that's the questioning technologies derived from et craft for decades that they can't left out because if they do it linda the truth embargo which they still wish to maintain them many many people inside are ready to move on those technologies are transformative and keeping a as technology under raff since the questors is virtually camp democracy united states government with your intelligence complex having the complete cure cancer circa nike 65 and keeping it secret because it would increase populace too much uh or or caused some other disruption and so the sort of kept it to themselves it's virtually that bad so disclosure is the most important event uh uh we'll be the most important event in human history most profound uh we are chasing as hard as we can it is not easy it is been disrupted by the uh disclosure movement which really gets underway in the early 1990s was disrupted tremendously by the a nine eleven attacks two thousand one um a a huge effort by p archie was very close to exploding issue out in two thousand sixteen that we suspended by the election what did anything come from that was so much information check appeared you've got rid nearly five hundred articles about the quick connection between hillary clinton bill clinton john podesta and even barack obama with etf osha the press were ready to spring baid written hundreds of article they had been putting pressure on the campaign getting no answers uh and the debate moderator never ask a question about a so they were able to slip through there and were preparing to go on to the white house and then deal with the issue and.

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