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Dylan papers, including unpublished lyrics, sell in Boston for $495K

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00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Dylan papers, including unpublished lyrics, sell in Boston for $495K

"A collection of bob dylan songs and other writings have sold at auction and american music. Legend once told a friend in nineteen seventy one that quote. A lot of people are under the impression that jews or just money lenders and merchants end of quote. And that is what prompted robert zimmerman to change his name to bob dylan musings like that. Along with a treasure trove of dylan documents including unpublished song lyrics sold at auction. This past thursday for nearly half a million dollars. Boston-based are auctions handle the sale and says the collection once belonged to the late american blues. Artists robert glover a close friend. And confidante of mr dylan. Most of the key pieces of the collection went to an unidentified bidder in addition to being a member of the rock and roll hall of fame. Bob dylan was awarded the nobel prize for literature in two thousand sixteen

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back George nori with your final segment with Robert Zimmerman Robert if there were a scientist or someone that you never had an opportunity to talk to what question would that be and who would that person be all that stuff that's interesting question George my gosh who would I want to talk to he could be in any time period yeah yeah yeah yeah you know it's interesting that might not be a scientist I want to talk to this one's in the past I might want to talk to them just because there is the specially from the enlightenment they have the right idea and you know I'm not that already I will there are some people I'd like to talk to that are necessary scientists but came out of that period if I had a chance to sit down with either George Washington or Thomas Jefferson I would love that opportune interest what would you ask the people who founded our country will very miraculous people and they establish something that based on you know once again millennial a learning of western civilization that is now still you know we think of ourselves the young country but we have the oldest continuous government worldwide all this and if it's the most stable for long after it produced the most wealth and the wisdom behind that I would love feels told some of those people about that that would be my first choice I think what would your Washington say today about this country when he say not bad or would you cringe he would crack he would he would because it was his his is there well speech which he did give the speech he wrote it out and and distributed in print is it talked about the import and it was very influential for the first two centuries of the country is the importance of self government and I now I'm using that term if it has meaning both on a personal as well as a national level we talked about the need of morality in your behavior and once again we are free people to choose and it is always a matter of choice and if you don't think about it you're still making a choice which may be making a bad choice you guys think about it every step of the way and he tried to him his his call in that speech was to was to that in the minds of future generations the need to form to think about moral choice and anything they do and he would cringe today not because of specific things people are doing I think I would cringe mostly because there are too many people today who in their own personal actions on not thinking about the moral choice there's a lot of people who want to think very grandly about how they would like to establish moral choices for everybody else without thinking about their own moral choices in life and if you screw up in your own life you are not making a pot you you're not in a good position to tell other people how to live and he he's he was thinking in those terms get yourself straightened out first and then you may be me in a position to understand how to do the do the greatest thing and I think he would cringe because of what that too many people who don't think in those terms today Joe Long Island New York Hey Joe go ahead yeah hi Bob two questions first was you've been interviewing people for a couple of decades so you want to talk to answer not say that even from the sixties that was still you know active would agree and say two thousand yeah and you know he'll Mosca may be Basil should talk to to see if their friends or try and then motivations strive for stations personal visions and these people may be being inspired by movies or something else personal in terms of their views of what they want from space and the second question would be about the the plane crashes what what controversy over a technology not panda mating with the pot pilots and possibly the pilots not understanding it or giving the pilots the wrong information what you think about that is kind of being all men as for you know a I technology well loved and one of the second one I can answer quicker I think that a lot of the technology being the vanity is tend to over think things and they they they have it the I a I type technology on condoms because in on time and did to me tell the whistles keep it simple stupid you know yes there's a lot of.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Are back with Robert Zimmerman and your phone calls Robert what about the propulsion system will we ever get away from conventional fuel hydrogen fuel and whatever we use and go to some kind of system of that'll give us some kind of warp speed well you know there's two parts to this what is the interstellar travel and went out I don't think we're anywhere close to even be able to answer such a question because we we still developing the engineering for interplanetary travel and in terms of interplanetary travel we all moving away from conventional rocket fuels of for interplanetary travel itself there were already been set of several of planetary probes they did not use complaining much for their entire journey Alfie or did not use conventional rocket fuels the used ion engines the probe dawn went to two different asteroids and was able to do that because it had an ion engine right now we just had we have one Pro Bowl American pro ball orbiting of band arrival pile asteroids and the Japanese are bringing their higher boosted to as pro back from another rubble pile ash'ari there you go and both of those both of those products asteroid missions used ion engines and in fact hi this is to give back to the earth to drop off its samples the spacecraft itself will still have plenty of my own fuel to be able to go to another place they might be able to samples anymore but be a little longer actuated because the the the the the the technology doesn't it if it takes a long time to celebrate because it's not the for the amount of actual thrust is very polite but extremely efficient and so you can accept you can run the engine for very long time and if we'll build up a lot of speed and therefore maneuver of glory deal in in a low gravity environments between the planets and sold these probes already happening Jill cycles communication satellites have not used conventional thrust is now for more than a decade might be three decades they use I am a very ation of electric on engine all engines it's a few takes way that works so we are moving in that direction getting off the earth requires in get on well I don't either people saluki requires innovation willing to try different things and like I said the row rocket industry has been very moral bond and did it for the last half century only now we beginning to see some innovation of for example SpaceX's starships super heavy is depending on the new rocket engine that they have developed in the last decade that rocket engine the wrap the engine is the first engine built in decades that is more efficient than rocket engines of the Soviet Union Russians developed back in the early in the early space race use of the sixties that's true matter that is dramatic but it's also from shameful that it took absent from someone to do this but the fact that the engine so efficient it is in the ability to begin to think about building reusable actual reusable rocket space ships.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"George Laurie back with you along with Robert Zimmerman Robert is it true that the United Arab Emirates are getting involved in space yes it is they have my gosh they had their first astronauts line space this year he was launched on a record Russian so use and spent a week on I SS and that was you know they said they had a competition for all its citizens about a thousand people applied but is this is a a very political place and so I'm sure it was somebody who got picked who is related to you know very close to the the powers that be nonetheless they did it they have the staff was a space agency about three years ago about three years ago they also announced that they were going to have but they wanted to fly a mission on me an unmanned ordered a probe to Mars they have teamed up with India who has already done such a thing and Japan as they launch vehicle to build such a thing and so there is that what the whole goal that they stated used to diversify their economy to get away from depending entirely on oil to have their nation and the people in that nation have skills that all future oriented and highly technical and set a goal they actually have outlined a hundred year plan for having colonies on Mars built by the U. A. ET knighted Arab Emirates within that time frame now will any of this happened I can't tell you I do know that they have scheduled their pro the orbit of Mars is titled hole that's at least the translation of the Arabic word its schedule full on the next launch window this means summer twenty twenty which is going to be a very busy time for probes going to Mars because not only is the U. A. E. got its probe you've got a European role of Rosalind Franklin you've got another American Rovers still on name Colin March twenty twenty basically a upgrade of curiosity those two will going and so you can have a lot of missions going to Mars and in this coming summer what about India that you see in the is really an interesting case in the is very much trying to catch up to China in in its space program and it is a program that isn't commercial like in the United States but he he's commercial in concept shinning interesting way they're approaching this what happened with China it with India is they were trying to be a socialist communist command economy for most of their history in the twentieth did not work they were very poor country I didn't work anymore so late in the nineteen nineties they threw the bombs out in the fall they haven't them but they are democracy and they voted new people in and the government shifted it became capitalist oriented and so they're very subtly thing if the press and when your price was with that means is that your government gets a lot of tax money without even taxing people very much so the government has lots of money and now it has lots of technology and good acted education and so what they've been using.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KGO 810

"To coast to coast AM on KGO eight ten and welcome back George nori with your final segment with Robert Zimmerman Robert if there were a scientist or someone that you never had an opportunity to talk to what question would that be and who would that person be all that's the that's the interesting question George my gosh who would I want to talk to he need could be at any time yeah yeah yeah yeah all I you know it's interesting that might not be a scientist I want to talk to this one's in the past I might want to talk to them just because there is this I see from the enlightenment they have the right idea and you know of no that already I would there are some people I'd like to talk to that are necessary scientists but came out of that period if I had a chance to sit down with either George Washington or Thomas Jefferson I would love that opportunity interest what would you ask them who found that our country will very miraculous people and they establish something that based on you know once again millennial a learning of western civilization that is now still you know we think of ourselves a young country but we have the oldest continuous government worldwide oldest and if it's the most stable for long after it produced the most wealth and the wisdom behind that I would love feels told some of those people about that that would be my first choice what would your Washington say today about this country when he say not bad woody cringe he would crack he would he would because it was his his his farewell speech which he did give the speech he wrote it out and distributed in print is it talked about the import and it was very influential for the first two centuries of the country is the importance of self government and I now I'm using that term it's it has meaning both on a personal as well as a national level we talked about the need of morality in your behavior and once again we are free people to choose and it is always a matter of choice and if you don't think about it you're still making a choice which may be making a bad choice you guys think about it every step of the way and he tried to him his his call in that speech was to was to that in the minds of future generations the need for more to think about moral choice and anything they do and he would cringe today not because of specific things people are doing I think I cringe mostly because there are too many people today who is their own personal actions on not thinking about the moral choice there's a lot of people who want to think very grandly about how they would like to establish moral choices for everybody else without thinking about their own moral choices in life and if you screw up in your own life you are not making a pot you you're not in a good position to tell other people how to live and he he's he was thinking in those terms get yourself straightened out first and then you may be me in a position to understand how to do the do the greatest things and I think he would cringe because of what they're too many people who don't think in those terms today let's go to Joe Long Island New York Hey Joe go ahead yeah I bought two questions first was you've been interviewing people for a couple of decades so you want to talk to answer not say that even from the sixties that was still you know active would agree and say two thousand yeah and you know he'll Mosca maybe Basil's you've talked to to see if their friends or try and then motivations drivers stations personal visions and these people may be being inspired by movies or something else personal in terms of their views of what they want from space my second question would be about the the two plane crashes what what controversy over a technology not and the main what the pot pilots and possibly the pilots not understanding a or giving the pilots the wrong information what you think about that as kind of being all men as for you know a.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The afternoon cloudy skies yes more rain coming down still in the cascades at about three thousand feet several inches of snow possible there more what weather ahead for the rest of the week I came to be drawn to stave Celeste watch Brian wouldn't joke Thorton week days okay to news this morning live from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George nori and we're joined what space historian Robert Zimmerman I'd love talking about space and we're gonna do that tonight on coast to coast AM Hey when you need a radio with the best reception and audio turned to see crane I do all.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To close to call short story with your Robert Zimmerman joining us award winning science journalist historian he has written a number of books and numerous articles and science engineering the history of space exploration and technology some include genesis the universe in a mirror leaving the earth the chronological encyclopedia of discoveries in space his website is behind the black dot com and of course she also reports in space and science news at his website beyond be behind the black dot com Robert welcome back my friend tavi band arming good it's always a pleasure to be here you know it's been too long it has been awhile since the since we talked the you're talking more about the space force congress' passed laws the Senate's passed laws we're gonna get funding for what do you think of that you know it's it's me but the space was that was everyone makes a big deal about how all my gosh trump wants to have people in uniform with guns hidden space firing lasers and vases the real reason he proposed that was to get the military space bureaucracy re organize the the military's been trying to get this to happen for about ten years it's spread all it was spread over many different agencies it did not have a voice in the Washington bureaucracy the airforce ran it mostly and they have their own interests that have that a separate from space and so there's been an effort in the Pentagon to get reorganized and they couldn't get off the ground and being very clever about these things announced we're gonna have a space for of course that gets a lot of press discussion.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Welcome back to close to call short story with you Robert Zimmerman joining us award winning science journalist historian he has written a number of books and numerous articles and science engineering the history of space exploration and technology some include genesis the universe in a mirror leaving the earth the chronological encyclopedia of discoveries in space his website is behind the black dot com and of course she also reports in space and science news at his website beyond beat behind the black dot com Robert welcome back my friend tavi band good it's always a pleasure to be here you know it's been too long it has been awhile since the since we talked the you're talking more about the space force congress' passed laws the Senate's passed laws we're gonna get funding for what do you think of that you know it's it's me but the space was that was everyone makes a big deal about how all my gosh trump wants to have people in uniform with guns in space firing lasers and phases the real reason he proposed that was to get the military space bureaucracy re organize the the military's been trying to get this to happen for about ten years it's spread all it was spread over many different agencies it did not have a voice in the Washington bureaucracy the airforce ran it mostly and they have their own interests that have that a separate from space and so there's been an effort in the Pentagon to get reorganized and they couldn't get off the ground and from being a very clever about these things announced we're gonna have a space for us and of course that gets a lot of press discussion and the result is that they got the distinct thing off the ground so what really happened here is that bureaucracies now been re organized I don't know the long run this is going to work because Washington bureaucracies tend to grow and not save you any money and don't necessarily make things more efficient but the concept the idea was to make things more efficient and to give give that the needs of the nation.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Saddam the knees trump and the race is wide opened as the twenty twenty presidential race bring you all the news insight and analysis a political circus newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory and we're joined what space historian Robert Zimmerman.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"There there's actual shape that water seeks and here's why that's the process going from vapor I hate of the natural process of how water purifies itself it's getting rid of all the contaminants in it through the hydrological cycle of vapor to ice and structured waters when it hits that speech where it becomes clean and purified okay do you know we're gonna come back in just a moment take final phone calls with you right here on coast to coast AM next hour Robert Zimmerman joins us and we talk about things going on in space so make sure you're part of the program as well we'll be back in a moment on coast to coast AM the free because his own email newsletter is sent out six days a week that is a great way to keep up on all things coast with detailed program recaps the fascinating today and strangeness listing upcoming guest info and weekly free audio clips it's a must have for coast fans look for the free sign up on the coast to coast AM dot com homepage the the most powerful nation talk covered right here on talk radio six eighty W. CBM.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KTOK

"If there is if you do use water filters like Greta's or you have an RO system the reverse osmosis system in your house you just add something to the water at the end some minerals back in you can use salt you can use a liquid mineral drop you can remember to use squeeze of lemon apple cider a little cap of apple cider vinegar even the Russians would use a spoonful of jam and they would swirl that in their morning water so again just helping water touch something natural and natural food is is going to make a big difference then what about structured water structure waters very very dear to my heart because I've spent all this time now with scientists who are looking at this stage of water called liquid crystalline water or structured water sometimes they call it ordered water or coherent water structured water service and the more common term but that simply means that the molecules have organized themselves into hexagons structures or shape and that they can pass what they're doing is sharing electrons at that point and so they form what they are able to organize information coming in through water organized other molecules appropriately and structure waters is the frontier of water and it's nature's first water water gets structured by motion so a tumbling stream pressure from the ground to make spring waterfall all of these are or a structured water there there there's there there's actual shape that water seeks and here's why that's the process going from vapor I east of the natural process of how water purifies itself it's getting rid of all the contaminants in it through the hydrological cycle of vapor to ice and structured waters when it hits that speech where it becomes clean and purified okay do you know we're gonna come back in just a moment take final phone calls with you right here on coast to coast AM next hour Robert Zimmerman joins us and we talk about things going on in space so make.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"That. But I have shows and conversations live, chats classes, of course, it doesn't clued far out Thursday and Bigfoot Friday. The shows that are famous on blue rock talk for sure. Also, have some other classes like win any lottery. Taken a pendulum to pick numbers just like the remote viewers on the psychic spies in the Cold War inspired by lend Buchanan topical live chats as well. I have pay per view shows as well as subscription only four different shows. So it's all within the blue rocker community in blue rockers, someone in the no you can show your evidence your theories and also have a special topic in they're all about coast to coast. So I know that you guys here, and we they're blue rockers were buds were pal. So I hope that you come and join me at blue rock talk dot com. Please know as well that I MC events I make appearances and stage work and speak. And I hope that you guys check me out on blue rock talk and become a blue rocker that is someone in the know, we even have our own hand signal. It's a lot of fun. And I hope that you'll join the community with me. So tonight space the final frontier to me. I think it's more of just the beginning. I don't see it as the final. Frontier. I get it. But no, no to me. It's just the beginning. Who knows what's after that? There's always something else and something else and something else. And I don't know why. But that just made me think of life and death, and do I think there's real death. No, I think we continue to go on and on and on who knows what's after that. Do I think we can even come back here. I do I do. I don't know. I think we have choices. I don't know. I I, you know, when you when you talk to Dr long here that you guys all know here on coast to coast when he comes on. And he talks about the the hundreds and thousands of people that he talked with near death experiences. Yeah. You start believing. You got some choices. You get some things you can do on the other side. And then thank goodness. They come back and tell us about that. So interesting so interesting love all this kind of stuff that we talk about here. So tonight later on we're gonna be talking to MARC's K more. And she takes these skulls that are found and she brings them to life. So that'll be the second half of the show today. Very interesting. A lot of people have been here on coast to coast, and they've mentioned her and talked about her, but she's never been on coast. So it's great she's going to be on coast. I'm real excited about it. Neat lady. I think you'll enjoy your to before though, we have somebody who's been on coast before Dr Robert Zimmerman, and he is mR space guy. He is a true scientist, and he is he is a scientific is a they come. He's knows a lot of information. And I love it because he's spearheading Mars exploration.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Let's check in with space historian Robert Zimmerman on this. Well, what do you think of this one, Bob? I, you know, it the the most spectacular thing about this is that everything worked there was real risk flying by this object that could have been even a tiny object the size of piece of rice could have destroyed it. So the news today was survived and is functioning and is sending back data. We have yet to get the best images. They're going to be coming down. Starting tomorrow the images they have shown us have revealed a really long long gated bowling. Is the term they used and it's rotating like we're looking at the a propeller plane directly on us. So it's like swinging around and we're looking down at it. Which is why it hasn't varied in brightness. This is a strange object and its alien this object formed out in the outer part adults say alien on this show, Robert. Alien in terms of its stranger. Then it's gonna be stranger than any other object. We've looked at exit formed in a such a low gravity environment with not a lot of objects around it. How will put together is a real question. And they still don't even know it looks kind of like I said like a bowling pin? Well, it could be two separate objects or could be two objects kind of stuck together. And they don't know that yet, and we will probably find that out tomorrow. I'll be posting images behind the black tomorrow as they come down. And it's I cannot wait super thanks Robert always good to talk with you Robert Zimmerman's space historian up next. We begin our astrologers and psychics New Year's prediction show. Our first special guest is psychic Joseph Jacobs. Now back in January of two thousand eighteen Joseph was on with me. And the he's are some of the things that he said he said around may of two thousand eighteen it'll be a rough month. He cited as far as flooding and weather concern. Earns worldwide he said, January twenty ninth through March twenty second could be a difficult period for the US regarding weather or health related issues between Feb twenty third and April sixteenth, President Trump and vice president Pence will face legal issues moon. The stock market looks volatile. He said between Feb second March twenty six could have problems between July and August twenty ninth. And then later in the fall he hit that one right on the head up next more of psychic Joseph Jacobs. Talk of what he sees in two thousand nineteen next on coast to coast AM..

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Netflix pulls comedy show episode in Saudi Arabia

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Netflix pulls comedy show episode in Saudi Arabia

"Been sending back some pictures. Let's check in with space historian Robert Zimmerman on this. Well, what do you think of this one, Bob? I you know, it the the most the thing about this is that everything worked there was real risk flying by this object that could have been even a tiny object the size of piece of rice could have destroyed it. So the the news today was survived and is functioning and is sending back data. We have yet to get the best images. They're going to be coming down. Starting tomorrow the images they have shown us have revealed a really long. Got along gated bowling is the term they used and it's rotating like we're looking at a propeller plane directly on us. So it's so it's like swinging around and we're looking down at it. Which is why it hasn't varied in in in in brightness. This is a strange object and its alien we this object formed out in the outer part adult say alien on this show, Robert. Alien in terms of its strange, and then it's going to be stranger than any other object. We looked at exit formed in such a low gravity environment with not a lot of objects around town. Even put self together is a real question. And they still don't even know it looks like I said like a bowling pin? Well, it could be two separate objects or could be to objects kind of stuck together. And they don't know that yet, and we will probably find that out tomorrow. I'll be posting behind the black tomorrow as they come down. And I just cannot wait super thanks Robert always good to talk with you Robert Zimmerman space historian up next week begin our astrologers and psychics New Year's prediction show. Our first special guest is psychic Joseph Jacobs. Now back in January of two thousand eighteen Joseph was on with me. And the he's are some of the things that he said he said around may of two thousand eighteen it'll be a rough month. He cited as far as flooding and weather concern. Earns worldwide he said, January twenty ninth through March twenty second could be a difficult period for the US regarding weather or health related issues between Feb twenty third and April sixteenth, President Trump and vice president Pence will face legal issues moon. The stock market looks volatile. He said between Feb second March twenty six could have problems between July eighth and August twenty ninth. And then later in the fall he hit that one right on the head up next more of psychic Joseph Jacobs. Talk of what he sees in two thousand nineteen next on coast to coast AM. Welcome once again to newsmakers I have Don. Suggs here from rhino safe dot com. Sadan I was surprised to hear just how much Americans lose to burglary and fire just

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Netflix pulls comedy show episode after Saudi complaint

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Netflix pulls comedy show episode after Saudi complaint

"They've been sending back some pictures. Let's check in with space historian Robert Zimmerman on this. Well, what do you think of this one, Bob? I, you know, it the the most spectacular thing about this is that everything worked there was real risk flying by this object that could have been even a tiny object the size of piece of rice could have destroyed it. So the news today was survived and is functioning and is sending back data. We have yet to get the best images. They're going to be coming down starting tomorrow. The they have shown have revealed a really long in a long gated bowling, Ben is the term they used and it's rotating like we're looking. At a propeller plane directly on us so slow so it's like swinging around and we're looking down at it. Which is why it hasn't varied in in in brightness. This is a strange object and its alien this object formed out in the outer part say alien on this show, Robert. Alien in terms of strange stranger. Then it's going to be strange than any other object. We looked at exit formed in such a low gravity environment with not a lot of objects around town even put together is a real question. And they still don't even know it looks like I said like a bowling pin? Well, it could be two separate objects or could be to objects kind of stuck together. And they don't know that yet, and we will probably find that out tomorrow. I'll be posting behind the black

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

14:52 min | 3 years ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Welcome back to coast to coast AM, Connie Willis here with Robert Zimmerman talking about space stuff. He's good with all this space stuff in a non fiction non fiction site. I guess you. You're not really a scifi writer, you're a nonfiction science writer. Yes. But I I just came out last year with a science fiction book pioneer set to use in the future. Tonelli in context have written. I've done lots of stuff. You know, if it if it appeal ones work should be once hobby, Connie. I agree. I agree. We are. Yeah. You and I are the same people. I love it elements. So before you tell me about the space elevator experiment because I do want to know about that. And also about the American flag with Neil Armstrong. I think those are really both interesting. I want I gotta ask you something about caves. And because I I'm going to have you on another time about caves, I have to because I gotta ask you this. I mean as much as obviously you, and I do a lot of the same things like a lot of the same things. Caves are very cool. I love them. However, I mean that is like spider frigging city, bugs city just. Just. No, there's no there's no you're the only place you're going to see a lot of bugs life of any kind in a cave of any significant number is the entrance light. Once you get outside the twilight zone. There's no light. Which means there's no energy. And though there are insect life indicate it's a very small numbers. It's only gonna be present. If there's bats leaving. But even then it's almost invisible. So no, there's nothing in a cave itself is a pretty lifeless environment as a general rule. I mean exceptions. But generally without sunlight to provide energy, there's no there's no life. And so what you go. When you go Cape. It's mostly the rock formations the beauty. 'cause you know, you go to a place you you can get to go see some pretty spectacular cave passages that very few people. See that are just not available. You go to a commercial cave. You get a taste of that. But it's not the same thing as when you had a real cave on an undeveloped cave. I should say where it's natural. And you just your headlamps and you're getting your room, you know, I've been in again rooms that like three hundred feet long and two thousand feet. Why'd I spent a week and believe this some mapping a cave in which we spent four days mapping one rule that was like two hundred feet wide thirty feet high at a thousand feet long with gigantic formations throughout its patacula. Oh, that's what I like about it. Oh, that's so cool. Well, just being a Kentucky and have you been to mammoth? Oh, yes, I've done actual some push trips at Amazon actual exploration ships. They I remember something called the cave research foundation, which does all the research and cave exploration and mapping at mammoth, which is the world's largest cave. And I can't keep track. I think it's now approaching its over four hundred miles long if as long enough that no single human being could ever see every every passage with that. But it sure would be fun to try right? Oh, well, if I lived there, and I know people who live in that area who try there's no question, they love it, and they go, and it's a it's a it's it's it's a really fun that kind of caving in Kentucky, especially fun because it's peak passage you do a lot of borehole walking home. Meaning it's large enough to comfortably walk and. And in that area, by the way, just because I'm a little in the know of that there's areas, and I don't know what you believe about this. And I'll talk about the science here in just a second. But in that area, there's a lot of people claim there's a lot of portals and a lot of Bigfoot activity and a lot of other really freaky things. So that I put this. Put this. Science fact. Sorry. That's okay. We'll have to prove differently. I think the world of the universe is so spectacular by what we will, you know, by the mysteries that were really studying that I don't have to go to the more strange places that doesn't exist. I just that's not my interest guys. Okay. They is not it's it's kinda pops up on you once in a while where when you're not looking for. That's when you start looking for it because most people that's what happens something strange happens. They can't explain and then they got a search for it more. And there is no science to back it up. And that's what freaks you out the most. So let's go where science is. In play. So tell me about the space elevator experiment. That's going on space. Elevators a concept that some engineers have been pushing now for decades science fiction writers pushed the idea the concept team if you could build a super strong, Ted the or vertical structure from the ground into space to orbital height. You would not need you could save a lot of money, and you would need rocket should get on the elevator and go up, and this has been pushed a lot in the science fiction community. I've always been somewhat of a skeptic of the idea for economic reasons for practicality reasons, I think it's not on a planet like the earth, especially with the atmosphere and the rotation and the heavy gravity. I think the the cost benefit of such a thing is is minimal. But nonetheless, there is a Japanese science group engineering group that has put together. An experiment. That's going to be launched to an international space station this week. On a ship unmanned cargo ship, and what it is is it's too cubesats, and they're gonna be launched from the base station. And once they launched they're going to separate from each other. But they will be connected by a tether. And then what they're gonna be testing is the engineering for a small, what do you want to call it? Probably call. This is all very tiny stuff. Cubesats you could hold in the palm of your hand. So this cost. Has a pro about five meters. Something like that fifteen twenty feet, you know, it's gonna be small. It'll be also something you could holding Pommie hand. But they're going to be testing to see if the engineering to move along that tether in weightlessness works, and you know, this is kind of a first step if you did want to try to build a space elevator. And though, I might be skeptical of the engineering like such a thing. I am totally in favor of them trying because my skepticism could be wrong, and it's a good technology. And I have their engineers comment on behind the black. These people are no more than I do who point out that are not necessarily the earth. But on a plan like the moon smaller bodies, it could actually be a very practical way. Fisher way to get ma- mind material off the surface is we're not now talking about moving people up and down from the moon, but moving just, you know, any rocks. You happen to dug dugout that have value. Like if you dig out water at the polls of the moon. I you want to get it up to a space station or you want to get it to a spaceship. That's going to go to Mars. Let's say well an elevator. Like, this might actually be very practical. And so this is what the experiment is. And it's kind of cool. I like it. It's just trying to things that is interesting when you when you give some the reasons for that. That's. Well, I'm looking forward to that. That's this week. It's gone. The Japanese cargo ship will go up this week. They won't do the experiment this week. They will unload the cargo ship over a period of time the astronauts on board the station assuming that someone doesn't drill another hole in the space station because another L league. That's another story. I didn't even mention. Yes. But but putting that aside. They will tell all your secrets. Now, don't tell. Okay. Okay. Don't tell all your secrets. Now. This is no secret. This is a big news story last week, and it really reflects very badly on the Russians someone on the ground before the Soyuz capsule that brings the astronauts space drilled a hole. The orbital module this section that docks could station from the capsule, and then then realize they screwed up, and they poxy sealed it and covered it. But the seal they put on was very temporary. And so it lasted for about two months and then about a week and a half ago suddenly at about seven PM in the evening the ground mission control detected the pressure on the entire space station was dropping so they had an air leak. It wasn't so fast that they needed to wake anybody that literally. They said, okay. The guy's a sweep let's wait until they wake up in the morning, we'll monitor the pressure loss. So they went let him sleep sleep. They woke up in the morning, and then they immediately started to close modules and try to trace where the leak was. And they found it was in the Soyuz craft and there's a whole field. The whole the patching is not a big deal initially thought it was a micrometeorites but the Russians very quickly admitted. No, this looks like someone from the inside. Drill accidentally drilled a hole. They they did it very sloppily because you know, how if you're you're trying to drill on a smooth surface the drill bit can slide. Well, there was evidence that it's slid and they put a slow a couch in the side. But then they destroy they they sealed it. So is it sabotage on the ground? It happened in the manufacturing process in Russia on the ground, and and Russia has had a lot of problems. It's lost its entire market share in the commercial launch industry because they've had so many quality control problems. What people keep screwing up and rockets explode or crash and customers who have to launch expensive payloads don't want to buy lots of in the restaurants. And he we have with still dependent on the Russians to get our American, astronauts, I assess at least for another year, and here we see that someone on the ground during manufacturing drills holes in a capsule, this doesn't inspire confidence. If you're. I do you wanna fly out of Soyuz capsule right now. Rush. Very big problem. There's no question. I have met a new friend. It is great to meet you. I love your personality. My problem is that these are not even topics. We intended to talk about you. You just put something in. I'm gonna go forever. I'm a I'm a conversationalist. No, I absolutely love it. So. So tell me about the they tried to hide the American flag. The Neil Armstrong thing. This is a complicated story and context is everything because the American society today is divided badly between people who still love America and understand its history and its belief in freedom, personal responsibility, individual rights, and and less government. And then there's a lot of people who believe nowadays in socialism isn't actually dislikes the country badly. And unfortunately, it's the the intellectual academic entertainment culture is dominated by people who really do not like the United States, and that we just I've been in the entertainment business. I was a filmmaker. I was a journalist. I am a journalist. I know that community and they don't like the United States. It's the unfortunate culture, and it's reflected in a lot of movies. So they were making a biographies true. Based of Neil Armstrong. They are biographies written, and they based this new movie, which is coming out in mid October called I man to tell the story of Neil Armstrong, the first person to more. On the moon. And last week the guy who plays Neil Armstrong. His name is Ryan Gosling, he's a Canadian actor he was being interviewed. And he and he said that they had made a conscious decision to leave out the planting of the American flag during the lunar landing and he said and I'm going to quote him. Now, I don't think that Neil out strong viewed itself as an American hero from my interviews with his family, and the people that knew him it was quite the opposite. And that that's that's that's garbage. Neil Armstrong was the jet was a test pilot. He was a military guy. He loved his country. He was doing this to win the Cold War against the Soviet Union. And to plant the flag in on on the moon. Now, we have to be careful here. They it's a little unclear how much they're going to show of the American flag on America focused on America. They wanted to tell the story, and that's a good thing. A person. And I don't have any problem with that. They might not have shown the planting the flag, but it does appear. They include shots that include the flag. So they're not trying to hide it. But I have further information that says they did make a conscious efforts to to avoid showing the flag in a lot of circumstances that they could've nonchalantly like move it onto on uniforms. So and space. So it wasn't divisible use angles that you wouldn't see it. And the reason they claim for doing that is economic purposes they're going to be distributing this film worldwide including China, and so what is still the truth. It's still the truth. It's still the story is still the truth. It's absolutely bunk reflection of that culture that dislikes America that so nonchalantly wishes to take it out. And I will say that there are indications from the quotes of the director and the actor who stars as Neil Armstrong that they did they definitely want to they want to instead of. Honoring the fact that this is a totally American achievement for the purposes of showing the world the right way to do things with goodwill to the entire world rather than tell that story they want instead make the claim that the landing on the moon, the Apollo missions was a worldwide effort where everyone came together, you know, holding hands and love and unicorns. And that's a lie is a lie. But that is the impression they're trying to do. And I it appears they're trying to do. Now. I have not I will admit I have not seen the film. I'm doing this from I would love to be able to see the film to make an honest appraisal of it..

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"A alerts roy home more not ready to concede unchecked callahan fox news democrat oh doug jones projected really as the winner of the hotlycontested i'm us senate hopeful race in her alabama home but republican home roy more not giving up yet telling eight reporters hundred two they are looking into hundred the possibility two in of the room a recount votes are still coming in and we're looking poland at that by god bless you lumumba as you go along may give you a safe journey and thank of you for coming tonight home not over and it's gone some and others of apple's attorney general law in order another to ensure the integrity little and preservation aluminum of the credibility of the process under alabama the neglect state gop says it will not request a recount put the more campaign could for but the heartland for now of it's america senator and the elected gateway doug to the jones west good morning good evening has been were at a crossroads ever you may be across we the nation have been around across the world crossroads i'm in george the past noory welcomed and the unfortunately coast to coast am we have usually happy taken hannuka the wrong those of you four the jewish faith tonight ladies and gentleman later on tonight utah an investigation of all things is what's happening president donald trump wants to send astronauts word no man has gone through four mr trump authorize the act the nasa administrator robert m lightfoot junior to lead an innovative space exploration programme to send american astronauts of course back to the moon but eventually the mars he said this during a white house ceremony it was a big story robert zimmerman are science adviser and spaces story in with us robert what do you think of this i might add thousands of forge george bush acquired were gonna go to the moon by two thousand two in two thousand it that obama said we're gonna go to an asteroid instead by two thousand twenty and so now in 2017 uh trump took place we're going to go back to the moon i in oils years since two thousand four way where.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Its last communication the submarine with forty four crew on board disappeared off the argentine coast and has no trace then filed a nasa astronauts wristwatch worn aboard an apollo mission and 19th sixty eight before we went to the moon has been returned to the smithsonian nearly three decades after was stolen from a museum in ecuador the omega speedmaster professional watch which astronaut don icl was issued to wear on board the apollo seven mission don't forget apollo eleven landed on the moon of course in uh it was just dramatic but in this case somebody stole the watched the watch was recovered with the help of space history enthusiasts who provided the authorities with information about the watches status and location now get this more than half a million people applied to become citizens thousands of acid guardia the first space nation that will orbit the earth and be free from politics and laws the idea came from a billionaire russian computer scientists who has already confirmed the first two hundred thousand citizens from the initial five hundred thousand applicants earlier this week the satellite was launched robert zimmerman are space historian or and science advisers is going to happen well they've got hurt that i need satellite all that had like a lot on it launched on picnics prayed of that went up i bet last week and quick i'm in november they will relief from imf and it'll be an audit or short period of time i one of those silly gam might be too harsh but i don't know how serious you can take this uh at some point the guy in charge who's going to i'm sure turn around and tried a monitor buys dean names he's got in the information these guy and he doesn't need to get much from each one of them to make old some money from it i don't know what else he can do with you can't have a nation first of all they can't claim any territory in space uh th where they're going to get the money to launch satellites down the road how are they going to launch even state station down the road if they do raise money want you know there are plenty of private companies in the united states it'd be glad to sell them this oldham that would be profit the.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KTRH

"Hmm the the city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening work ever you may be your prosser nation around the world on george noory and welcome to coast goes down later on tonight and off into space regarding what robert zimmerman but here's what's happening the us military is poised to test launch an intercontinental ballistic missile from california early tomorrow morning just days after north korea second test of an icbm belva flighttest squadron will conduct the test between while boll one am and 600 one am take time from vandenberg air force base in california so it could start in two hours the us air force global strike commanders tested nearly three hundred minute man icbms over the program's history in a statement the command said the test launch is meant to validate and verify the effectiveness readiness and accuracy of the weapons system i think they're just one kim jongun on to take a look at some of our hardware and wisconsin company held a party today to implant its employees with microchips three square market has received international attention since it announced.

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"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"robert zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It's been there really the beginning even though that did not know about well i mean he mentioned jesus song copper song but uh early composition reflected the pierre to sir and you could tell from early on the bible was behind you know the number of early competition but evade some he was born jewish correct his name's robert zimmerman so into a jewish family and warehouses spirituality today where's this faith today will you mention when he grew up in minnesota he was or mid night to fifty four and by 1971 after aidid xiv worldwide fame and was on a touring are you too uh someone from the court and white in he proclaimed that that he would do and dylan responded that why should he up to proclaimed something that was so obvious who's jewishness affected his his personal move toward an way he couldn't described and when you mentioned slow train come in earlier that we later in the decade 1979 when he phone injury and what i try to do in the book attempt to show that this narrative that deal into religious period i first season and misguided because the antecedents crane common as well as the many years followed and i know.

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