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"ryan center" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

07:57 min | 10 months ago

"ryan center" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Just got it wrong. Son of a goose. There's a chance suck mcfarland. Might not remember this. I don't remember this and so does his first wrong answer. The answer was john mayer Dumb luck he got it right to people. Talk about better rights. Yeah yup i remember. That was a wild guess. That's easy she number three. Brian saying hey barkeep. Do you have to get a blank blank around here. Cold beer white russian root beer or dry martini. I definitely know that because it was all what if you look up and i was shaving. It's basically gotten to that point going to be quick change martini. Of course the answer. Their letter d six out of seven. Got at number four meg. Did i frigging stutter. I said more blank is it cocaine. Red vines cosmo's or skills. I don't know that one. Nobody alec just other doing. I know but i got it wrong. I'm just i'm on my own. Had nobody knows may here is skittles. Skittles meal are you a fan of skittles. What's your favorite skittle flavor. That's flavors you know skittles to all the colors away during pride month and just put out packages of grace skittles. Which i thought was really beautiful. Unswayed semis Like the gray skittles. Why would it take away. Their rainbow be shared around the world. They wanna they wanna give their rainbow to the people that needed it onboard alec. Okay i just think you had such a perfect answer. It almost feels like that was a pre interview with the producer before this talk. Now right and the ryan center up with. I think just her and her taking the baton. I thought it was a very nice moment. Here's number five. chris saying oh no. Someone peed in my blank hat. Chair bed or pants doing that. New that one. I got a good prop. If i get another one. Someone peed in my pants. Seven graph way through just five questions left in this battle number six cleveland. Oh that's blank. nasty scary. Dirty or despicable unreal. Guys this is your goddamn feet right wrong. Three two and one. Oh that's nasty. One hundred percent seven people got it everybody. That was the second hundred percent question. Great jobs seven eight nine and ten number seven quagmire. Hello nine one one. it's quagmire. Yeah yeah it's a blank this time dryer window oven or no. I got that one wrong. Think i got it wrong to Can't be oven because that would be an. That's deduction skills. Alex is window. nobody got it. I wonder i'm all an eight nine and ten to close it out number eight lowest saying who wants something chowder gravy mayonnaise or clams. That's one i say. I don't know i i saw as alex was one. Say it. alex. Wait till the time. Ticks may know. The answer was chowder. Oh my god. Oh i've got at seven percent. We've got nine intend to close it out on route. Three famous quotes number nine mag. No thanks blank gives me the scoots that kylie flower salsa broccoli or applesauce over the nose. Meg quotes like painting on meg. Stella miles she's she's she's getting there. I've seen one she. You don't remember this. It was all over the t shirts they made. Thank you and now. He flower gives me the skids for people. Got to our final question question number ten for this round number thirty overall to see who knows the most about family guy number ten studio mother. I come bearing a gift. I'll give you a hint. It's my diaper and it's not a blank. Is that toaster pager. Refrigerator or iron. I'm just going with what. I think i got this. One placement of these answers seeming. This feels like a season two. I got this one and the answer there is. Toaster is not a toaster. Our at forty three percent. The winner of round three was seth macfarlane with seven forty seven nine correct fillings. Ninety one chop three there. It's now time to reveal who had the highest score overall after all thirty questions. All three rounds and it was none other than mcfarland with twenty eight out of thirty questions. Correct two thousand three hundred ninety eight points alec. S with thousand nine seventy five twenty four out of thirty enrich had twenty one out of thirty seven i. I thought i was going to fail miserably. This i i'm just i am just delighted. Can't we let you win the boss god. I'm about fifty percent. That's all right. I'm not last. That's all i have to say. Oh little explaining to do. Welcome to the party powell. Fan arief regular his homework. Such commitment ha. It's the wine. Is that our panel. Ryan has been guys. Thank you so much trivia with meet tonight. I hope you had a blast. And i wish you guys nothing but luck and find in two thousand one savings. Say the last thing to let everyone know. Usually it's only the four thousand people in all twenty but everyone can go to family guy social pages and see almost six minutes of alec and i will vouch for it berry funny highlights of our new season. That's premiering in the fall on fox so alright. Is this thing done now. This thing is done say like we liked it alec by thanks everyone so much night. There was some family guy trivia for your ears today with the cast of family guy. I hope he had a ton of fun. And like i said in the intro. Hope this leads to more shows just like this one seemed like everybody had a good time and the people that booked me for it With disney who now owns fox and family guy said that they were very happy with how everything turned out and they hope i was too so very very cool stuff and there you have it. We have fact of the day for you which is family. I based it says family guy was originally supposed to be a series of shorts for mad tv way back in the day. Family guy is supposed to be shorts for mad. Tv not unlike Tracey ullman show showing the simpsons shorts before that became a fox series. And there. you have it. Thank you guys for listening. Thanks for all the support over the years. If you've been listening for a long time it all leads up to fund moments like this and hopefully a ton more. We'll see next. Time for more trivia with buds cheers..

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"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"At the Ryan center and this is your I. rams will host a BC you the roadie rams bidding for a season sweep and we'll have the pre game for you six thirty on our sister station be won a one the host rams have won seven straight and they're gaining some traction to in the Associated Press top twenty five poll earning votes for the first time this week Robert Mars beat Bryant last night in college you by the score sixty four to fifty four the Mookie Betts saga may be nearing a conclusion now Major League Baseball dot com reports that the Padres in the Dodgers remain in play to acquire the two thousand eighteen American League MVP from the red Sox will Myers would be a key piece in the deal with San Diego and the Alex Verdugo in a trade with Los Angeles both San Diego and the Dodgers are just stacked with prospects the Bruins finally get back to work tonight in Winnipeg this get against the jets the first time since the all star break NBA all star reserves are out coaches selected seven backups from each conference last night and Celtics forward Jayson Tatum was among those shows in his first appearance in the all star game so congrats to him self will welcome the seventy sixes to TD garden tomorrow night Boston coming off a one nineteen one of four win over Golden State last night and they won five of their last six games overall NBA announced a major changes to the all star game yesterday and said that February sixteenth the event will include a tribute to Kobe Bryant under this new format every quarter will be turned into many games to win money for charity before an untimed final quarter with a target score the winner will be decided by which team reaches that score first scores will be reset zero zero at the start of the second and third quarters and then restored to begin the fourth quarter we'll have a recitation on of these new changes a little bit later on Novak Djokovic and Gabrielle moved arise who will play for the Australian Open title after winning their semis yesterday New England Patriots fans are in particular kind of in a tizzy this morning to see what quarterback Tom Brady's going to do forty two year old said to become a free agent we know for the first ten minutes long career in March he sent rumors flying all over the place yesterday he posted a tweet tweet was a black and white photo of him in a tunnel with a football field behind him although it's not clear whether or not he's walking away or he's walking towards it as the drama continues that's a look at newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven FM sports five fifty seven now NASCAR hall of fame gets ready to welcome in its eleventh class in the ceremony coming up tonight his boxes Metropolitano fittingly enough on Superbowl weekend three time Super.

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"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Take over today as temperatures climb to near forty degrees a few scattered showers moving through the afternoon and early evening some mixing just know can also be expected briefly north and west of the city sharply colder into Saturday highs near the freezing mark milder in the low forties for Sunday I'm storm team ten meteorologist Christina Ernie on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM this report is sponsored by unbound dot org radio nine twenty one oh four seven FM traffic all right as we start things off well we got a couple crashes the talk about ninety five south bound to a left lane that's blocked right at exit ten on the south bound at a one forty six a truck roll over so right lane is blocked as you get towards north Smithfield everything a lot of complaints on one ninety five west bound game out to ninety five I'm Dan and that's our southern New England traffic right now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their families put food on the table you can help change their future in a single moment see how far your support can go at sundown dot org I am Steve McDonald voice of the universe Uriah basketball rams time for the road reports brought to us by middle by when it's game time it's Miller time Miller brewing company Milwaukee Wisconsin great beer great responsibility great match up as you are I hosts of Providence College for the one hundred and thirty second time these two teams are going to get together seven o'clock start tonight at the Ryan center against the friars and the series is going on forever.

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"ryan center" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on KTOK

"Is put onto benefits Shriners specifically India shrine from India shrine is John Thompson who joins us now. And the is it is the proper terminology a lodge in just Ryan center. It's right center. Okay. Refer to it as Ryan center. Well, there is a big tradition with the Shriners enshrined circus that goes way back. Absolutely worrying about our seventy six seventy seventh year right here in Oklahoma City. Yeah. This this year will be our seventy six or seventy seventh year. Anyway, it's been going on for a long time. All proceeds go to your local shrine, right? Right. Goes to our shrines center that helps us operate our fleet of vans that we carry our children to the hospital with and we've got five hundred and six hundred kids in our program that we carry and transport back and forth. So the cost to get into the hospital and back in the moms and dads. It's absolutely nothing. So let us to Madine. I mean, let's review some of the great work that shrine and Indian shrine does here in the community you transport children who normally could not get themselves to hospital. That's right. Our hospitals are in Shreveport, Louisiana, Houston, Galveston, Saint Louis, and wherever they're needed wherever the doctors are that as especially that they need we get them there. What types of afflictions? Are we talking about are the all orthopedic their orthopedic there burns there such things as scoliosis cleft lip and palate. Anything worth a peek wise missing limbs. On and on and on, but it's specific to children right from birth to eighteen and the shrine circuses in town, which is benefiting India shrine and tell us about what we can expect from this year circus, we're looking for a big show. Just like we had last year. Everybody left last year with a great big smile on their face, the motorcycle jumps and flips backwards stuff. I'm not sure we're going to have that year. I won't say we won't either. I really don't know just yet until he gets here too. We get started. And, but we're always have a great show the promoter a fantastic show every year and every year, they try to make it better. And I don't know how they do it. But they just they find these amazing people that can just do all kinds of amazing things. And it's just great to watch him talking about the shrine circus. We're talking to John Thompson of the India shrine on NewsRadio one thousand T. Okay. When and where is the circus circus is starts this Thursday and runs through Sunday night. We'll have nine shows and. Generally about two o'clock two or or six o'clock or seven o'clock.

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"ryan center" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It is you know, VCU's teamed islands played twice at the Ryan Senator beat them by six at the Ryan center. They were down at four at the half came back in the second half in that game. The twenty of twenty six free throws which helped him win that game. But then they went down February nineteenth to Richmond VCU, really Hamid Rhode Island Rhode Island lost that one seventy six to forty two. So a little bit of a revenge in this game tomorrow for Rhode Island after they let me see you shoot fifty percent from the field but island only shot at thirty percent for the field. So they turn the ball over twenty times in that game to Stephen hence. They lost thirty four. So good matchup for Rhode Island. Tomorrow's the big guys are going to have to play. Well, got a good feeling that it's going to be a close game. Nothing to lose. Really? Nobody expects you to go out and play loosey goosey stood up and got VCU is a is a good team solid team. Twelve straight wins have play. Well, Mike Rojas coach of the year deservedly. So, but they can be this is not a strong year. Ten no team is odd beatable in this league. There isn't necessarily a best team in the league. Think you've got a group date Davidson VCU of that upper echelon all of them are better than average. But none of them are insurmountable. And I think island it'll be ready to play. And I think it's going to be you know, five or six point game one way or another. I really think that while I certainly think that the probability is a few words, I really think Allen has an excellent chance of making some noise. And maybe maybe moving.

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"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ryan center last night. He will arrive with a seventy one sixty five victory over V C, you you are I guard. Jeff Dowden finished with fourteen points to lead the way, just one turnover by him in thirty seven minutes. So the win for the Rams also a win for the providence college, friars they are on the road in Cincinnati. And they took care of Xavier sixty four to sixty two quite the nail biter. Big win for the friars to they're digging out of a hole from a slow start in big east play PC will host diplo on Sunday. Isaiah Jackson led the friars with thirteen points. Terry Rozier, tallied twenty six eight boards, six assists. Celtics slammed the Cavaliers won twenty three one or three at TD garden. Jalen Brown with twenty three points is Boston won its fifth straight improving to thirty and eighteen Celtics welcomed the warriors to town on Saturday. Celtics got by two by the Cavaliers last night without two of their starters. Kyrie Irving and Al Horford both sat out for Boston nursing injuries. Bruins are on a break with the national. Hockey League all star weekend approaching the Bruins are coming up for three two loss to the Rangers on Saturday Beezer back on the ice on Tuesday hosting Winnipeg patriots getting set for Super Bowl fifty three NFL this basking in the ratings glory there. Big win over the chiefs on Sunday. It had nearly fifty four million viewers twenty two percent from the patriots Jaguars from the year back. It was the highest rated AFC championship game since two thousand and eleven and the patriots defensive play call Brian Flores is expected to become the new head coach of the dolphins. He had a second meeting with Miami yesterday and is being targeted by the Finns as their choice to replace Adam gays now Flores can't be hired until after the Super Bowl. So who's gonna take his place? Greg Shana, perhaps see I made himself a name at Rutgers taking the program from a laughing stock to a bowl game contender most recently serving as Ohio state's defensive coordinator. And he's got a close personal connection with Bill Belichick. That's a look NewsRadio nine twenty four seven. Sports..

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"ryan center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:48 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That skepticism. Science support skepticism and science gives me that was the subtitle. And he actually went out and got people from other fields would never take a look at the evidence somehow because he's good at doing. This you convince them to look at the evidence and lo and behold, they got they found that there was something to it. It's a really intriguing ideas that they were able to relate to their own fields of study. And it came from all fields of science Woodward is remote viewing fit into. This is very specific form of ES application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at unless they looked at. It's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds. Of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota, welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Hi, George end of Mr. arbox. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to comment on it. But I'll I'll like to tell you the story. And then gives you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments nuclear celebrate or anything like that the story. I lost my father. Years ago, he passed away and as mentioned end up a red sock. It researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely visitation than than long long after that. Sure. Enough within within a couple of days, and it was the entire house lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host gonna try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turn on any like the house lit up. Well, I turned around normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window seeing a card signed it's bright lights which was impossible because. They can't do that. And they can't shine the light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try to find some normal, explanations and wealth. It wasn't one days later. I've only told a few people. Thing tonight. You know, it's time. Gus. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world, and he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. You know, and millions playing a trick on me. Just roll things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to do some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time somehow lit up the house, or your guests mentioned, a vile photons somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of I'll photons that little pass each one of these silly, okay? They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Conan Doyle. Told us, you know, his famous character Sherlock, Holmes. Living the impossible. What's left must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night. Our health lit up connection there will you could beat the magnet. Yes. Well. Maybe that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't speak. Don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighten up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And I it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survived it after the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those. And and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point. What do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more pre cognitive than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense mechanisms down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed the pre cognition explains all of ESP. Not just just recognition it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do.

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"ryan center" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on KGO 810

"Lord, where does remote viewing fit into this remote unions have very specific form of ES or application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, and that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when I say looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer my pick up on and they're just pulling that information somehow. Of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota, welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Hi, George end of Mr. Arbab. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is get Mr. arbox to comment on it. But I like to tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you. Could do experiments on nuclear celebrate or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago when he passed away, and as Mr. Orbach mentioned in a red psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away, whether there is more likely visitation than than the long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night being car house lit up, and I I was up I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any of the car house lit up. Well, I turned around normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing looking out the window a senior mccaren shines bright lights, which was impossible because the build that didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try and find out some normal explanation and end there simply wasn't one. So a days later, I've already told the people, but that changes tonight, you know, it's time. But here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And and this is this is the the take on that. I'm injured. I I looked at every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me just rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, and they somehow lit up the house, or you're just mentioned a bio photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to admit a bunch of photons lit up. Each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as Conan Doyle. Told us his character Sherlock, Holmes. When you eliminate the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night. Our health lit up. So you see the connection there will you could be the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't speak. Don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house the entire house lighting up as the experience and experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survive after the body that this may be an individual proof case for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us, we are this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychotic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed that precondition explains all of ESP. Not just just peacock. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you sell? Your name Mike Red Auerbach last name is spelled like red our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen, you've talked to many mediums and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A sure the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together. Dan, organize shut up on Dacians and churches. Do they'll hospitals schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a maybe it'll come on your show, and they appear about this speech to one compared to pre curious. They're talking about having somebody all them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating group? But as done absolutely nothing for the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done. That's very little for medium, sore psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and I can't begrudge them making a living because people have to make.

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"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Where does remote viewing fit into this? Remote unions have very specific. Form of the application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, and that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be on. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. Bob. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to comment on it. But. I want to tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of, you know, do experiments on nuclear celebrate or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in up read, psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely visitation than than long long after that should know within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any lights the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing looking out the window seeing card shines bright lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine a light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window just trying to find some normal explanation. And there simply wasn't one days later, I've already told this people, but that that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. But here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me. Just to roll things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, you know, somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned bio photons somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up. You see each one of these silly. Okay. They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us, you know, his famous character Sherlock, Holmes eliminates the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night. The ATar health lit up. Action. There were you could be the magnet. Yes. Yes. Well, it may be that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighten up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survived it after the body that this may be an individual proof piece for everyone. But they certainly are enough of those and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed the pre God mission explains all of the SP not just just recognition it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's? Is back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. St. you spell your name like Red Auerbach last name is spelled like red our back. My dad actually knew. Oh, wow. Wow. I I tell you that was one time really admired, listen. You've talked to many mediums spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here a shirt till the author dots medium or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together. Again, organiz set up foundations and churches. Do they'll hospitals schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a needle come on your show, and they appear about fifty to one compared to creatures. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating a group, but it's done. Absolutely nothing. For the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world is often very little for mediums psychics.

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"ryan center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:16 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Science Lord, where does remote viewing fit into? This is a very specific form of ES or application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when I say looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George and Mr. bought thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a brief story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to to comment on it. But I'll tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival. Be rationally approached you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments nuclear exhilarated or anything like that the story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in a red psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely this attention than than long long after that. Sure. Enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up and. I I was up. I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any of the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing looking out the window. Seeing mccaren shines bright lights, which was impossible because ground built that didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to find some normal explanation. And there simply wasn't one. So. Days later, I've only told this people, but that changes tonight, you know, it's time. Does. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me. Mhm roll things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to do some some experiment or something just at the right time. They somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned of bio photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up you say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as Colin Doyle told us his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where late at night. Our health lit up. So you see the connection there were you could be the magnet. Yes. Well. That we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think you? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house the entire house lighten up as the experience and experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survived the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think. They have a model that they've developed the pre cognition explains all of ESP. Not just just recognition it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name, Mike Red Auerbach last name is spelled like Red Auerbach? My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I'll tell you. That was one time really admired, listen. You talk to them and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A. Church of the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis. And if they were delivering a good product that that the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together dental organize set up on Dacians and do like churches. Do they'll hospitals schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a Nydia will come on your show, and they appear about this to one compared to creatures. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating group, but it's done absolutely nothing for the world. Well, I. Of all I want to say that the world is also very little for mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and and I can't regret to them making a living because people have.

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"ryan center" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on KGO 810

"Where does remote viewing fit into this remote unions, a very specific form of ES or application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And when I say look at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of. Mation that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bring it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. are bought. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. BOC to to comment on it. But I'll tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you. You do experiments on nuclear exhilarated or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago when he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in a red sock, it researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away, whether there is more likely a visitation than than the long long after that. Sure. Enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up and. And I I was up I up actually I was going through the house to host try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any like the tar house lit up. Well, I turned around Norway reaction as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window calling scientists which was impossible because the Bill that didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to trying to find some normal explanation. And and there wasn't one days later. I've already told the people, but that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. But here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science, and I read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world, and he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I looked at every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me, just roll roll things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just if the right time, they somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned bio photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to admit a bunch of photons little house, you say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there was no evidence for them. And so when you as Conan Doyle. Told us his character Sherlock, Holmes. When you eliminate the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that had happened to him going up in rural Kentucky where late at night your health lit up. So you see the connection there were you could be the magnet. Yes. Yes. Well, it may be that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survive. That's the body that this may be an individual proof keys for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic. So probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases and defense mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think. They have a model that they've developed that prediction explained all of ESP. Not just Jesse had actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre-congress dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name, Mike Red Auerbach last name it felt like red our back? My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You talked to many Liam spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here a church, the author dot mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together. Dan, organize shut up on Dacians and churches do bail hospitals schools, all kinds of things that help society. But every time I hear a maybe it'll come on your show, and they appeared about this to one compared to yours. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into an investigator group, but has done absolutely nothing for the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done very little for mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against him. But that aside, and I can't regret them making a living because people have to make a living.

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"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Word is remote viewing fit into. This remote viewing is a very specific form of the application of ESP of information flow, where we're picking up information typically from a distance, that's the whole remote piece of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And once they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow. Of psychically from that location. There's zeroing in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. Arbab. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. BOC to to comment on it. But I want to tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do. Experiments nuclear accelerator or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago, he he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in I've psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely of attention than than the long long after that we sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night being car health lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any of the house lit up. Well, I turned around normal reaction and as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing know looking out the window. Shined bright lights which was impossible because. They can't do that. And they can't shine a light curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try to find some normal explanations. And. And there simply wasn't one days later. People. But that thing. Tonight. You know, it's big-time. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world, and he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I'm injured. I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. You know aliens playing a trick on me. Rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time somehow lit up the house, or your guess mentioned of bio photons, you know, somehow the grief process in me caused my body to commit a bunch of photons lit up. You say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Coldest famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're limit the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night. The entire health lit up. So you see the connection there were you could beat the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience has an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And I it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survive the death of the body that this may be an individual proof peace forever. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed that pre cognition explains all of you not just just free cognizant that actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, Chicago dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name like Red Auerbach last name felt like Red Auerbach? My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I'll tell you. That was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many mediums and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together again organized set up foundations and churches, do they'll have schools all kinds of things that help society. But every time I hear a Nydia will come on your show, and they appear about this to one compared to yours. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually looking into and investigating a group, but it's done. Absolutely nothing. For the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done that's very little for mediums or psychics.

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"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survive the death of the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those. And and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychotic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed that precondition explains all of the SP not just just peacock nation. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, Chicago dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. Michael, jordan. Georgia. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name like Red Auerbach the last name is spelled like, right? Our back. My dad actually knew. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. We'll talk to spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out. Here a shirt, the author dot mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis. And. If they were delivering a good product that that the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together dental organize set up around Dacians and churches, do they'll have schools all kinds of things that help society. But every time I hear a need. He'll come on your show, and they appeared about this to one compared to precursors. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually looking into and investigating group, but has done absolutely nothing. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done very little mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and and I can't regret them making a living because people have to make a living even preachers ministers. Get paid. And of course, televangelist get paid. Really? Well. So there are Deums that have gotten together the forever family foundation has mediums listed on our website. They've gone through a third they've gone through certification process and to keep their certification. They must volunteer. Their time for this nonprofit organization, all volunteer organization. The mediums who work with with the wind bridge research center have gone through a very lengthy process to show that they can do their thing on the phone at a distance under incredibly controlled conditions, and they've all interior for research for scientific research, and they are giving back in that way. They do not charge for that sort of thing. What I would love to see. Frankly is every medium and psychic in the world, actually at least talking up support for the study of their abilities. But unfortunately, not all people who have abilities are curious about them. We find that the ones who've come to win bridge, and to the forever family foundation are certainly very curious about their abilities..

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"ryan center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Be rationally approached you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments on nuclear exonerate or anything like that. But here's the story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in a red psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there there is more likely of visitation than than long long after that. Sure. Enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up and. I I was up. I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turn on any of the tar house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing it'll looking out the window seeing KARN shined bright lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine a light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try and find some normal explanations. And they're simply wasn't one days later. I've already told a few people, but that changes tonight, you know, it's big time. Dust. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I I look every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick on me just rule rule things out. Exactly. The the electric company decided to do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time. You know, they somehow lit up the house or your guests mentioned, vile photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up past each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Doyle. Told us his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that had happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night. The entire health lit up. Action. There were you could be the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think she's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighten up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And I it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survive it for the body that this may be an individual proof piece for every. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed the precondition explained all of USB, not just just peacock mentioned it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael. Is back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george..

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"ryan center" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on WLAC

"Right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. arbox. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a brief story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll I'll tell you what it is mister arbox to comment on it. But I I like to tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments nuclear celebrate or anything like that. Is the story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in and read psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away, whether there is more likely of this attention than than the long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night being car house lit up, and I I was up I had gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch. Ted Koppel's Nightline, we'll before even turn on any of the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window. Karn shined lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light through your curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to try to find some normal explanations. And simply wasn't one. Days later. I've already told this you people, but that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. Gus. But here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And and this is this is the the take on that. I'm injured. I I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. Anglians playing a trick on me. Mhm rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, and on somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned of bio photons, you know, somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up. Say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us his famous character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Now, here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that had happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night the entire health lit up. So you see the connection there were you could beat the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition north. There's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience with put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survived the body that this may be an individual proof keys for everyone. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed the precondition explains all of ESP. Not just just freak nation. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, Chicago dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd spell. Spell your name like Red Auerbach last name felt like red our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many Riems spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the dots medium or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together dental organize set up foundations and churches, do they'll have several schools all kinds of things that help society. But every time I hear a navien come on your show, and they appear about this speech to one compared to creek yours. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating a group that has done absolutely nothing for the world. Well,.

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"ryan center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota, welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Hi, George end of Mr. Arbab. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. Ibaka to to comment on it. But I like to tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival can be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments on nuclear celebrate or anything like that. The story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in end up a red psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away, whether there is more likely visitation than than long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night, the entire helpful it up. And I I was up. I got up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any light of the house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing it'll looking out the window. Karn shined bright lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine the light curtains. Well, I started looking around every window just trying to find some normal explanations. And and the separately wasn't one days later. I've only a few people, but. That changes tonight. You know, it's big-time. Gus. But here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on that. I mentioned I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation aliens playing a trick just to rule rule things out ROY exactly the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time. And no, they somehow lit up the house or your guests mentioned a bio photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons at little house. Each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as Conan Doyle told us his things character Sherlock Holmes when you eliminate the impossible. What's with must be the truth? The thing my father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where case ones late at night your house lit up. So you see the connection there were you could be the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only will get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house of the entire house lighten up as the experience an experience like this. This is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone saying that it can definitely survive the death of the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us, we are this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed the God mission explains all of ESP, not just just peacock nation. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's? Back with Michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name? Mike Red Auerbach the last name is spelled like our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many mediums and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis. And if they were delivering a good product that that the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together. Again, look nice setup foundations and churches. Do they'll have little schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a navy. It'll come on your show, and they appeared about this speech to lung compared to precursors. They're talking about having somebody haul them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that has actually I mean looking into and investigating group that has done absolutely nothing. On the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done. That's very little for mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and I can't begrudge.

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"ryan center" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"ryan center" Discussed on KTOK

"It's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And they looked at. It's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of. Formation that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George, and Mr. Arbab, thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. arbox to to comment on it. But I'll tell you the story. And then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of of survival comb be rationally approached, you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you know. Experiments on nuclear celebrate or anything like that. Here's the story. I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in a red psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away, whether there is more likely attention, then then the long long after that sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any like the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around the normal reaction. And as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing, you know, looking out the window seeing a car shined bright lights which was impossible because that didn't they can't do. Do that. And they can't shine the light through your curtains. Well, I started looking around every window just trying to find some normal explanations. And there simply wasn't one so days later, I've already told us. A few people. But that changes tonight, you know, big time. But here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on it that I'm injured. I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. You know aliens playing a trick on me just to rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something just if the right time, and they somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned, vile photons. Somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up you say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on their face silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Conan Doyle. Told us the same character Sherlock Holmes when you're living the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Now, here's here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that had happened to him growing up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night. Your health lit up. So you see the connection there? You could beat the magnet. Yes. Well, it may be that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house the entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousness is let alone say that it can definitely survived the body that this may be an individual proof keys for every. But they certainly are enough of those and and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more pre cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seemed to think they have a model that they've developed that precondition explains all of ESPN not just just freak nation. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective peacock new dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Let's go to.

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Ryan Seacrest: A-listers skip E! News host's Oscars red carpet show

The News with Gene Valicenti

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Ryan Seacrest: A-listers skip E! News host's Oscars red carpet show

"Of our there the storm damage power outs and some of those schools closed here in the aftermath of the storm down in connecticut the nor'easter's being blamed for terror the roof off the mystic valley in on friday night snow thirty people were stay there no one was hurt they were all moved to other hotels stay tuned of course we will keep you have to take a very very latest in the aftermath storm on friday and another one is coming in on wednesday again the national weather service says we could get as much as six inches of snow wpr purity's time is seven thirty to some of the other stories we're following this morning the forces of nationalism climbing another win in europe this time it's in the old country at the fivestar movement there in italy luigi demayo says the party's strong showing throughout italy means it should run the next government is calling the vote on sunday post ideological says it goes beyond the left and the right and instead turned some teams like immigration and work back here at home dartmouth massachusetts search continues driver this vehicle struck and killed a 33yearold west board woman on saturday night she was the mom of a sixyearold little girls who was left to die alone by the side of the state road right around seven o'clock dartmouth massachusetts police they're asking the public's help on this one wpro business news new england headlines this morning to connecticut tribes in connecticut said want to run this third casino in east wins they're going to participate in a demolition ceremony today chairman of the mohegan so the russian talk it's going to take part of the demolition the old showcase their want to build that third casino adds side of hartford back to the oscars e red carpet host ryan seacrest he was given the cold shoulder last night number of stars and nominees declining interviewers they didn't stop forum timothy shallow may margo roby and others even viola davis not talking to ryan seacrest speculation that this would happen because the sexual harassment allegations levelled against ryan seacrest by a former employee wpr sports the state's high school 70s are set the final four the ryan centers after sunday's quarterfinals hendrick enemy cumberland south kingstown be mount pleasant emerging from the quadruple header with wins at a c c arrival at full coverage coming up next saturday for.

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