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What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This

The Keto Answers Podcast

05:39 min | 2 months ago

What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This

"Doc. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you so much doctor, appreciate having you on big Sandia working at an excited to share a lot of the stuff. I'm doing with your audience. Likewise have been following your stuff for while I. Think the first time I saw year. Your stuff was actually. Tat Halio flexible years ago. Paleo? Facts was definitely an interesting event a lot. Good people over there and you know for for anyone who's never been an again. It's kind of like finding your tribe and you know getting some good food and working out a little bit and getting some excellent lectures from some very very entertaining speakers and really kind of supporting all the stuff that we do award. You know we're talking about Paleo or or carnivore. I think the one thing that separates me maybe from a some of the people that I met there is that you know we're just hardcore about organic free range grass fed wild seafood, so it's like know we want you to eat this way, but we also want you to eat the best of the best. This is not lite. Jack Wolfson sang a Burger King. Get a double opera. Hold the Bun. You know we WANNA make. Sure? We do at the right. Early, I mean. Have you had any pushback on that type of stuff? There's sometimes where I promote that very similarly and I just get this whole. You being elitist freak, and like people can't afford that and not sustainable for all Americans I mean. What is your sort of slanted that? Yeah. My slant is I mean it is the only thing that sustainable I mean the the way that corporate farming happens and and large ranches. Operates that is not sustainable, because that is just destroying the environment. You have to do it through regenerative. Farming and grazing practices, so I think books by Joel Salatin and and things that they really identified the best way to do. It is really the only way, and that is the healthiest forest to I mean when we test people's levels of pesticides and chemical exposure there sky-high. If they don't if they don't eat things, the right way so does it costs more for organic food. Is it cost more for free range grass-fed? Yeah, and it should, and you know Anthony I would challenge all those people and say hey. I I can probably find some other areas of your life where we can cut from the budget. Don't Cook from the health food budgets better for us. To eat that way. Live that way and it's and it's again. It's the only way the planet's GonNa Survive is by is by doing things the way we've always done it as hunter gatherers in. Bringing that into twenty first century world, totally one of the things that I think about often is that how hard it is to even have access stuff right now and just how all nutritious food used to be free in abundant passed, and now I'm even going to small towns. availability for real food is actually pretty challenging will a lot of work to do regarding supply chain and distribution, and getting to that point, where Jenny little bit before we started recording about how you see your time between. Scottsdale in a small town in Colorado and just wondering in Colorado sort of a small area. Do you have easy access to food them even in Austin where I'm as? There's not that many sources to to buy truly good quality food. Yeah I think you know the other thing, too. Is that the more that we support this? The more that we put our money direct our resources into these types farms. Well more people are going to do it it just. It's just a great business model kind of one of the things I've talked about most recently. Is that you have all these people? Millions of people literally millions that worked for the the and Human Services Department on a federal level, and in the State Department of Health, and the County Department of Health and school board. You know a health if we were to get rid of a lot of those people. Because their jobs are totally unnecessary. Get rid of those people in redirect them into organic farming into into pasteurize. Practices it sounds like a pipe dream, but you know. Let's put all the really. The resources over their prices will come down. It's better for our health. It's better for the planets, but you know I think you know. Listen answer your question up in this small town where in Colorado there, there is a place up there that again. There's a lot of places that do you know free range grass-fed that do? Who they do grow during the in during the cold season's that they're able to grow indoor You know in greenhouses, and and we support those people and again I'm not interested in new cars, new new housing or new clothing for myself. I'm not interested in travel. I mean I love doing all that stuff. Believe me I do, but the first thing is. You gotTa Take Care of yourself with the food and especially. If you've got young ones at home, anyone your concern with with health and wellness. You gotta put. Put Your money over there, you know Scottsdale is okay for food, and then California's pretty pretty ahead of the trend when it comes to healthy food California of course has their own problems, but Colorado and I think over the years once again. Farmers markets we love going farmers markets Arizona's got some great farmers markets for nine months out of the year the growing season. Here I mean obviously they've got a ton of sunshine. You know the the issue down here is water and summertime too much heat flight. They're growing. Season is nine months. It's it's really spectacular.

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"sandia" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"sandia" Discussed on Latino USA

"Sometimes I was and a fun story was my first summer internship, there were no bathrooms for me. So when I watched Hidden Figures, I there's this scene about the women's bathroom. Look, you're not where I need you to be. It's not my imagination. We're the helping you go every day. To the bathroom, sir. The bathroom. The damn bathroom. For forty minutes a day. There's no bathroom for me here. What do you mean? There's bathroom for you air is no pathway. They are no I mean, the scene in Hidden Figures watching her run for actually what it turns out that she was running for like twenty minutes each way, just to get to a bathroom for women of color. Yeah. And you know, it's interesting because when I first started working, and there wasn't a women's bathroom because I was in a test engineering area, and they didn't have and this is NASA or without no this is Sandia labs. So what happened was when that happened, and I didn't have an immediate bathroom available to me. I went into problem solving mode. I didn't go into complaining. I I went and said, okay, where are the nearest women's bathrooms, and I realized I needed to bring a bike in. So I could get there. But eventually they did bring in a porta potty unit said hers on it. So you you problem solved. The problem of not having a bathroom close right by bringing your bike to work. Yes. To ride your bike to the bathroom. Yes. Because this is Sandia labs. Right. I mean. But you know, my father give me really good advice. He said, you know, Sylvia, there is this part of working in an all male environment. We're gonna tease you. They're going to send you on wild goose chases for the left handed monkey wrench whatever he said, always, you know, work hard. Make sure you have a winning attitude if they haven't assigned you work, they you look for something to do. I'm grateful for that. Because they really weren't excited that I was there at first at all like did the things that they didn't want to do. And also, I had young is and intestine genera, sometimes they had to look at stuff that was really small and they have magnifying glasses. But me with my eighteen year old is was able to read those without any magnifying glasses. So they're like, okay. She can come here and help me on this electrical engineering aspect of the of the work. And I didn't complain problem solved. So when the overalls that we had to wear we're too big. I got duct tape, and and adjusted them the gloves were too big. Big. But I got duct tape around those. So that they would not fall off my hands. You know, it ended up being a really rewarding experience. They liked me a lot. So you end up at nessa. Then my first job out of college was at NASA Jet Propulsion labs in Pasadena, California. Yes, can can we just spend a little bit of time talking about what it was like to be a Mexican woman a Mexican American woman at NASA. Well, you know, everyone knows your name. So that's something that it's really or they call you Maria. But they know you and they're aware of you. But you know, I had a really good manager. And he his way of managing. He would take me out for hamburgers. And he'd say, you know, Sylvia in this is a very competitive world. And he said, you know, you're gonna look around the room, and there's not everyone that's going to move ahead and get ahead. And you've got to decide if that's going to be you. And then you've got to do the work, and what it takes to get to that next level. So this notion that you with all. All of this information that you have is an engineer and a researcher working at IBM at NASA. And then do you think think up on my hat in the ring to to had the girl scouts will actually how that happened was after I was on the board Frei years. Our CEO left to go after public service. So they asked me to step in as interim, and I was already in love with the organization and gosh, I fallen more in love what I'm really drawn by. So I know how much girls got says meant in my life, and I really wanted to make sure that we're reaching as many girls as possible because this transforms lives it transforms destinies. It certainly did that for me..

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"sandia" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"sandia" Discussed on WTVN

"Into the Mark Levin show at eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one I'm gonna play that audio and it's absolutely crucial. You hear it? But a full board of people who are unaffected. By the so-called government shutdown. Let's go to Mary Kay, lean Texas on the Mark Levin app. How are you Mary? Hi, mark. What a pleasure to speak with you on my first time caller. Thank you Mary. I'm also a gold, star wives. And I'm sorry about that. Well, thank you very much. Very proud of my husband's sacrifice, and he did it for freedom for all of us. Tell me something tell me what his name was and tell us a little bit about. Well. My husband was staff sergeant Elvis burden so Elvis has left the building and he was at east six in the United States army, and he was a Bradley fighting vehicle commander and who was on patrol in Baghdad Iraq in two thousand and four and he got shot in the neck by a teenage boy on the roof. Oh boy. He and his vehicle and died doing what he loved he loved his job. And he loved his man and he loved his country. I'm very sorry. Thank you. I appreciate that. Well, I was calling was because I am a gold star wife, I do receive certain VA benefits and so forth do his job and Sandia that stopped. No, no, sir. And so we're fine with that. But what my concern was on my social media accounts. I try to I have all kinds of friends, and my friends are more concerned about the food stamps situation. They think oh the shutdowns causing the food stamps. You don't know what it's like, and blah, blah, blah. And I was wondering Mark is there something that I can post to show them that their food stamps aren't going to be affected right away because of the shutdown. Well, first of all have the state government shutdown. No. Sir has a local government shutdown. No, sir. Have all the private charity, shutout not at all, sir. While that's where you can get your food, or it's my understanding their job opportunities out there. Exactly. And I have mentioned some some people may want to try that too. And I'm not talking about the infirm and the handicapped and so forth who've tried and can't. And so, but there are many able working Americans. I no you're not allowed to say. I know you've got to you've got up by the progressive welfare state line. But I'm never going to do it not to my not even right to my death bed. I'm not falling for this stuff. And that's where their mindset is. And their mindset is also I get that. Oh, more people are coming over on airplanes. And they're coming to the border. You gotta stop listening to these people. Listen to that to the next bunch of people. Because remember the call is for people who are unaffected because you'll never hear from people who are unaffected all you'll hear are the sob stories, which are very small minority of the population. Thank you Mary. But don't well. You know, what Mary I'm going to give you a free subscription to blaze TV. So don't hang up. Okay. Mr. producer, make sure she gets that police. Let us continue. Joe Phoenix, Arizona on the Mark Levin app. Go. I'm Mark good to talk to you. Good to talk to you. You know, I think that this is just a tremendous attempted another power grab by by the Democrats. I think you're right. We talked about this the other day, this is absolutely crucial. Because what they're doing here. They don't care about the government workers and food stamps and all the rest of it. That's clear because I haven't put an appropriations Bill together that funds the border security. No, this is about power. And if they can win this fight that means we'll never secure the border all outgrowing their power base. Exactly. That's it. And it's funny because I work in retail employees three naturalized American citizens. That's the way it's supposed to work. It is oddly enough, though, they think that I don't see the whole picture. However, I live in China, and I'm a native to Arizona, and I've seen a smile entire life. My mother and mind in the entire side of her family grew up in new Galleria. Zona they all speak Spanish and her father was a border agent in the fifties. And sixties, and they don't have any problem with anything. Related or are they all agree to secure the border? Look this never used to be a debate. Whether or not you secure the border, all of a sudden, it's debate because we live in the insane world of the left and the insane world of the media. But I refuse to live in that world. I'm just not going to do it. All right. Joe? Thanks for your excellent call. I appreciate it. Let's see Alan Atlanta, Georgia, the great w y y country go I. Okay. Thank you. Shutdown. I'm glad it's happening. Yes. Thank you. Keep saying you sit down eight times every every month and nothing stops. But I have a way to pay for the wall. Then nobody's making all penny. We say every billion dollars in remittance below the border every single year maybe up between ten and twenty percent. You get about fourteen but the problem with that is. How do you even find that money? Well, you you do it when they they that mean it never passes through the hands of anybody else. So you'll never be able to tax it. I have a better idea. You want to hear my idea? Yeah. Let's build an oil pipeline to Chuck Schumer's hair. Imagine how much oil we would get. All right. My friend. Thank you for your call. Let's go to Bob Columbia, South Carolina, x m satellite. Go. Mark. Are you? Okay. Fine. It's nice to talk to you. So much baloney. Here's what gets me. The common sense stuff is just it's not there is there's no comedy, the president has been calling for common sense. And I I applaud him for that. Let's just take a couple of real quick examples where the other day everybody said that Mike Wallis nail Sarah Sanders. Chris Wallace Chris Wallace Chris Wallace. I'm sorry. Creswell? Dad, I guess 'cause this number of people suspected people know that was at the airport. Yeah. Well, he's making our case. Sorta responded you just made my case for two reasons. I can't tell you how many people at the border cross because we're not catching them at the airport because I used to fly internationally, I know about this when you come in this country, any international airport, just what they have walls Walton hallways, and you don't get around men. They candle you to the customs people, man. I just interject briefly here. Here's the irony. You bring up these international flights. They're telling us about the TSA which I would like to fund, but what's the TSA therefore? What what's the TSA therefore? The the vast majority of people who flounder airplanes are good people there vast majority American citizens, right? But they have to Pat down two year olds and old ladies with blue hair, and and so forth, and so on and as I say, the vast majority of us are American tax paying citizens driver's licenses and everything else photo ID's. And the irony is when the Democrats say look at the TSA, but we're not going to build a secure wall. How why am I the only one that sees that? Right. We have long at these airports that funnel people to customer. That's what our border agents are asking for they're asking for Walter funneling to where they're at. So you can have less people be more efficient and grab everybody. Not only that. But you can go use your your. All right. How are you affected by the so-called government shutdown affected by the FDA? I might be getting poisoned food that you all that Mark. Did you know that there aren't any state authorities, whatsoever and health and safety and food management? None. Hold on. I want everyone next time you in a restaurant asked them is it the feds they really control what goes on in their restaurant. Or is it the locals and the state, and they'll tell you. It's the locals most in the state's second the feds last. Thank you for your call, my friend, Ron last Vegas, Nevada, Kate on the great K D W N go. Mark. Yes. I love you. Oh, you're the greatest. Thank you, more importantly, I'm not affected in any way. I'm an eighty four year old man. I've been listening to you forever. Thank you. And I read all your books. I've given a bunch of them away. That's very kind of everything you do. Mark is one thousand percent for me. Well, thank you. I just believe in liberty in the individual and capitalism, private property rights, and our founding, and you know, one of my dear friends in this business. One said, you're the last traditional conservative standing, and I said well by God. So be it. Well, you have some people like, Sean, I love, Sean and. I started listening to rush over the Spurs ninety eight I was living in Reno on. You're like you're like one of the originals. Yeah. I I used to go to see became to the MGM twice. What he was beginning. It who's going to the Russia program where you show up and I was working at the gym at the run out of time. Nobody loves rush more than I trust me. You do a great job. Thank you. Portly. We've got a president is going to get what he want. What would the Americans need? I lived in San Diego for twenty five years before I came here, and I can tell you right now, it is a disaster. And they laid Reagan away and they've been laying its way ever since. You're right. They taken over the that is the left the congressional seats almost all of them in and around San Diego, Santiago used to be a Republican city. They just blew out all of Orange County will be impossible for any Republican to win a state ride election there the state they gave us Reagan. Reagan one New York. No, Republican win New York. Reagan one New Jersey. No Republican win New Jersey. These states get bluer, bluer, bluer, and bluer now, if you wanna live in a one party country, if you wanna live in a country that redistribute your wealth, they talking about seventy percent ninety percent you want to live in a country where they do away with the electoral college where they tried to take out a Republican president who gets elected constitutionally that acts like a a Soviet investigative counsel the way they want to hold hearings and everything else then stand down. But otherwise speak out if we don't win this fight on the border. There's never going to be a border. I'm telling you right now. No, president has stood up to this. Like this president has and the Democrats know it, and so they're playing for all the marbles when I hear that backbenchers backstabbers, and the never Trumpers and the word never-trumpers, Saint Trump should be quiet or Trump shouldn't do this. We don't need their advice. Let them sit back with their little straws in their spitballs, but stay out of the way. Let grown adults take care of this. I'll be right.

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"sandia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"What do they want we want the market to be closed down this is Kevin Kelley musician day us Reddin has been part of the daily protests at. The markets since August ninth they want it sold, to Michael, Brown senior they say the market withheld evidence about what happened before Michael Brown got into. That scuffle with the clerk over the box of cigarillos it was footage the owners they purchased some marijuana and in exchange for the marijuana they, were supposed to give a box of. Cigarettes Mike Sandia come back the next day to get. The cigarette sales and he came back in on the. Act like he didn't know what was going on Protesters say talks. Are underway with the owner to buy the market if they can they want. To rename it the Michael. Brown market. Kevin Colleen's radio eleven twenty km away. Pamela x. visited Ferguson market seeking comment and left a message for. The, owner so far they've not responded it's happening it's shocking levels in Missouri and Kansas that's the, word from Kansas City attorney on sex abuse by priests however it has not been documented as in a, recent report out of Pennsylvania eyebrows gloom victim attorney Rebecca, Randall says she decided to conduct your own. Follow up to the, Pennsylvania study that uncovered widespread abuse, and I sat down to try, to figure out well how many priests in the Kansas City area the, Saint Louis area and Casey k had. Been similarly abusive and the numbers were astounded pure during a press, conference with four victims of sexual abuse by priests including Tom Yana sixty two years old Still Ford happened to Great school Randall said her finding showed that only a, handful of priests one Bishop in the Missouri Kansas area have been disciplined. Over, abuse claims, meanwhile later today local clergy abuse victims will deliver a letter to Missouri attorney general Josh hollies downtown office calling on him to launch a grand jury. Investigation into clergy misconduct in the Catholic church statewide cammo x., religious, religion editor Fred Baltimore has local reaction. From church leaders a similar call for a statewide grand jury investigation was made on Monday. In Kansas City Sandra price is the executive director of child abuse prevention for the Saint Louis archdiocese out of respect. To those victims I certainly understand why they feel, that that's necessary but I think the church has acknowledged that that abuse has taken place. In the past so, if that's necessary if that's what the public wants and certainly will, cooperate with that we will as we have with authorities in the past in response to the Pennsylvania, grand jury.

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Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children

Dark Secret Place

10:26 min | 2 years ago

Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children

"Radio station If I am forty more stimulating talk is the dark secret replace Brian suits in here on till eleven o'clock, or new hours by. The way eight pm to eleven so please enjoy, coming up in, the next break a naval mystery the mystery of the missing, man March of. Nineteen forty two a man overboard mystery that has not been. Sold to this day drone wars the first commercially available drones that were. Weaponized happened, in Syria and Iraq and they they happen because the men of ISIS who don't have an air force did have money. And had access to European markets and. For that matter markets in Turkey and so commercial drones usually under about two hundred dollars were purchased in Turkey off the off the market Just, in toy stores or whatever in Turkey brought into Syria and then the the simple, engineering matter of adapting the usual HD camera hookup underneath the drone to do something as. Simple as release a grenade was actually fairly simple if you if you don't know how this works I've met a couple of drones with HD, cameras on them or. With mounts where you can mount a little gopro, camera on them, and the drone communicates by direct wifi to your to an, app on your. Smartphone where you can use the gopro camera or the built. In camera as a sort of a virtual piloting cockpit where you can. Put the, camera forward and you can fly the drone around as if you're sitting there on the drone but you're looking at the. App on your phone is actually a. Lot of fun and that's how they do those drawn races like in Balboa park and things like that Anyway some of these drones can carry You know up to Up to two and a, half or three pounds and some of. The really significant ones the ones that are used for actual filmmaking or commercial production can can wield up to. Seven or eight pounds and so what was done by ISIS in Syria was a simple matter of replacing the, camera mount, underneath with With some sort of mechanical release or in many cases leaving the camera and using that as guidance system and then, including a mechanical release because as you. Recall nothing happened in ISIS world unless they had video of it and so starting about five years ago you began seeing these pretty amazingly, cinematic HD drone shots of a drone undetected at about a thousand feet coming over a Syrian army position or an Iraqi army position and then it would lower in place it, would lower a couple of hundred feet. And when it seemed to be stable and the the cameras seemed fixed over one particular area like a bunch. Of fuel or munitions or whatever the the drawn would drop a adapted forty millimeter grenade that had a thin For instance like tissue paper role for a tail fin something. Really really crude but it oriented and. Stabilize the projectile in flight so it would generally fly straight down and it would blow up on impact and they did this for hundreds, of times before they finally got a success they finally got a spectacular success in the form of exploding Syrian ammo dump and It looked like they had mastered drone warfare and so they were immediately copied they. Were copied in Yemen by the who sees they were copied by. ISIS in Iraq They were copied by ISIS inspired terrorists and, Libya but the guys in Syria. Were the originators of it and really the masters of the craft so some of them Began putting stories up on YouTube or other other sort of dark, web or even, slightly light regular web read it and fortune. Started putting how to videos on how to modify common battlefield munitions like forty millimeter grenades into. An, aerial drop impact weapon and Furthermore how to modify commercially available drone something that could get off van Masan and shipped to Turkey or whatever into a killing machine now the the range of these drones generally is not really more than a mile that goes more than a. Mile than it's going off GPS at which, point you have to, know the precise location of where the bad guy is and then you you drop the munition. Well so this was Successful as a propaganda play. In Syria but really not much more it was an annoyance as the Iraqi army overran Mosul about a. Year ago, the guys. There in in, Mosul the ISIS guys they had several years to prepare for this they had an arsenal of hundreds of a cheap little drones the ones that you get, for less, than eighty bucks at target or you can get them on Alibaba Amazon and they had nothing but time to modify them and, also to teach, their man how to utilize them so the. Iraqis had a lot of men wounded a few even killed but it was really more of. An annoyance and anything else but it did produce some pretty spectacular video of for ISIS you got this video of Iraqi soldiers running around after the first one hit or when they heard overhead so anyway fast forward now in Israel the HAMAs terrorists have been using kites and, it cetera too Start. Forest fires have been using drones but these rarely authorities have, not been releasing this to. The media well the jig is up because now the Egyptians are seizing huge. Shipments of cheap drones at the HAMAs get Gaza, crossing point and so now Gaza have guys. In basements doing nothing but making drone bombs so the drone, is now the asymmetric weapon of the little guy the next step, of course is somebody in the US is, going to do this you know it because it's all over the web is easy to do and someone. Else's already redoing it so anyway that's your drone warfare update it's cheap. Is it effective it's goal is to terrorize so is it, effective yes it is is going to win a war no. All right when we come back in naval mystery from nineteen forty two the dark secret place continues right. After this, Brian in. Here to midnight, KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk Michael should pay with News Firefighters working on a brush fire that broke out this afternoon in fallbrook near the Riverside County. Line it has grown to at least two hundred twenty five. Acres it was first reported at about three ten this. Afternoon Cal fire, says roughly one hundred homes off Sandia creek drive are being a. Vacuum, waited the fires forward progress has apparently been. Stopped at this. Point a fire in Idyllwild is now said to be twenty nine percent contained thirteen thousand acres have. Burned five homes have been lost to the, flames and the man charged with starting the fire near Idyllwild and eight others has been charged with more than a dozen counts of. Arson he pleaded not guilty yesterday is being held on bail of more than three million. Dollars the man was arrested Wednesday afternoon shortly after the Cranston fire started fire burning near reading in chasta county has grown to eighty three thousand. Acres it's five percent contained five people have been. Killed five hundred and fifty homes and buildings have been. Destroyed a fire shelter in Shasta College has reached full capacity as well the evacuation centers housing five hundred people GM of the colleges fill with. Cots and American Red Cross volunteers are providing food water and. Medical and mental health services Alex stone says more evacuation. Orders may be, coming as the fire still growing about thirty eight thousand people are. Evacuated, and that number could continue to rise the. Fire is heading. South there are a number of communities that could be evacuated as the flames had that way three. Other shelters are still taking back you lease, federal judge has praised and panned the Trump administration for its efforts to return children to their illegal immigrant parents who were separated at. The border a judge in San Diego said yesterday the government gets credit for reunifying eighteen. Hundred kids with moms dads or sponsors but also says the administration needs to do a better job at reuniting more than four hundred children who. Are still separated because their parents were deported more. Deportations are on hold as the judge considers an ACL, you challenge more than thirty People. May have been killed after a bus carrying tourists plunged into a gorge in western India. Times of India, says, the bus carrying members of an agricultural university fell about five hundred feet after skidding off a mountain pass rescue teams are reporting that one. Passenger survived by, jumping out a window as the buffs fell traffic from your helpful socal. Honda traffic center crashed in, the mid city area on the ten. That's right it's going to. Be on the ten east at Vermont avenue crash now blocking the middle lane traffic is. Going to be jammed all the way. Over to national boulevard if you're traveling in the lesion park area the one ten southbound side from stadium way to sunset the right lane is shut down. For the end of the dodgers game, traffic's gonna be slow back to academy road in industry sixty east from fairway, drive to brag canyon the two right lanes going to be shut down for Catherine's work until seven AM traffic slows back to new gal street some good news for you in.

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"sandia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To provide extra security, Amy, king KFI news. One hundred homes have been placed under evacuation orders. Now on the fallbrook area, near the San Diego, Riverside County line because of a fast moving brush fire there. CHP says, I got calls about this one that around three this afternoon as ones located along rock mountain drive near Sandia creek drive just south of the Riverside County line at least seventy five acres have burned. There is era containment. People. Whack awaited from their homes are being told. They can shelter at fallbrook highschool, which is on stage coach lane crews from all over the nation, have come to help fight the fire near Idyllwild that has now burned more than thirteen thousand acres Morris county to Santa Fe Pasadena, Arizona. Lindsey, light with the US force service says, she's seen crews from all over gather at the command center lake him it. We basically have set up a camp. It's like a miniature city. We have everything that we need here. We have showers sleeping areas. We have food group has launched an all-out ground. And an air assault. On the fire that started Wednesday thousands have been. Forced to leave their homes, some houses have been, destroyed in Riverside County Corbin Carson KFI news fire now seventeen. Percent contained, news brought to you by DX media an LAPD officer has been shot in north hills the officer was conducting a traffic stop just after ten last night on Plummer street mobile avenue and the driver. Shot the officer apparently. The. Officers partner did shoot back and hit the. Driver a officer that was shot, I said to be in good condition no word on the condition, of the driver a funeral service has been held in Indianapolis for five members of the Coleman family there was killed in the duck, boat. Tragedy, in Branson Missouri only two of Tia, Coleman's eleven family member survived when their tour boat capsized and sank last week. During a sudden storm investigators from the. National Transportation Safety board are. Expected to release a preliminary report on. The disaster sometime next month. A total of seventeen people died in the tragedy Could be a stinky weekend, at the Huntington library in San Marino the, corpse flower is about to bloom and when it does it reveals its colorful maroon, insides and not so nice smell the corpse. Flower has grown about three feet three inches. Which is smaller than other. Flowers, that have bloomed in past years but officials at the. Huntington say that doesn't mean the flower won't be. Stinky the blooming plant gives off to gases Di methyl die Saul fide and Di methyl try, sell fide which are also president. Decomposing animals and veggies procedure Rivera KFI news a teen in. Palo Alto apparently really needed. To get online teen broke into a, home in the middle of the night woke. The sleeping couple inside and ask them to use their wifi network the homeowner told. Police he shoved the seventeen year old down the hallway, and out the front door then call the police the teens motive for entering the home is. Unknown but. The couple said two kitchen knives were missing from a kitchen drawer police arrested the team for residential burglary prowling and providing false information. To an officer authorities believe the same team stolen Bike from another backyard earlier in the, month Julie's later KFI news Traffic from, your helpful socal Honda traffic center crash in Laverne..

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"sandia" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"The new system that can serve as a model for other federal installations los alamos monitoring reported on wednesday the airspace over the lab received an additional no drone zone designation by the faa all airspace over the laboratory is protected right now against unauthorized drone or you a yes unmanned aircraft systems flights according to michael lansing head of the lab security operations no fly zone over lanell we can detect and track a us and if a possesses a threat we have the ability to disrupt control of the system sees or exercise control confiscate or use reasonable force to disable damage or destroy your drone don't be flying in the lab it's also true at sandia national laboratories down in albuquerque which sits next jason to of course the sun port no fly zone even for hot air balloons get in trouble lab work with the national nuclear security administration and the faa to implement the system nnsa received authorization from congress last year to implement enhanced security measures to protect it cites from drones implementation guidance by nnsa focuses on high level actions to be taken to detect a dentist by track mitigate drones pose a threat to nnsa cover facilities the labs counter you way as program will serve as a blueprint for other programs plan for the pantex plant in texas the y twelve facility in tennessee and the national nuclear security site in nevada nsa has defined drone activity as threatening quote if unabated could inflict or otherwise cause physical harm to a person inflict or otherwise cause damage to property or systems interfere the operational mission of a covered facility conduct unauthorized surveillance or reconnaissance or result in unauthorized access to or disclosure of classified or otherwise lawfully protected information broad definition and i'm sure i have no doubt did they can follow up execute everything that they're telling people will take you down i mean that's pretty easy just to disrupt the control of drown would be pretty basic stuff maybe to destroy the mid air as well they felt the threaten thirty minutes after one o'clock come back.

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"sandia" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Last year at sandia comecon i believe it was the first time i'd met and maybe the first time you had well yeah the amazing zoe belle the incomparable zoe belle stunt woman sorry just a writer director actress and also bad as stuntwoman zoe belle you might remember her from the hood of dodge challenger does she's on the hood of the dodge challenger indepth proof she was stuntwoman in much kill bill one into she was zeno were princesses stuntwoman she's incredible wreck rock yeah yeah hell yeah she's just incredible and she's become a dear dear friend and a professional bad ass and a human delight machine is what she is in her professional bad assery you guys came up with an idea that we filmed and documented on tested and it's this she learned how to a skill that she did not have before so when she was she was in the roller the roller skating yes killing me that i can't remember the name with it okay so susan that she was the only actress in that movie who was also her own stunt double and she didn't know how to roller skate before she did that and so i started thinking as we as we were becoming friends talking about stuff i was like man you are learning every time there's no school for knowing how to spin in mid air while thrusting his sword at someone while people are pulling you on robes you having to learn these things on the fly on the clock with people like waiting for you i thought you've got almost vertical learning curve and i wonder if there's a way to turn that into a narrative thing and she had been having the same idea so we realize oh we should just totally do this right because you ssume that just because someone's a stunt person son performer they can do everything right martial arts they can drive a car they can roller derby but it's not that like things like when she.

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"sandia" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Last year at sandia comecon i believe it was the first time i'd met and maybe the first time you had well yeah the amazing zoe belle the incomparable zoe belle stunt woman sorry just a writer director actress and also bad as stuntwoman zoe belle you might remember her from the hood of dodge challenger does she's on the hood of the dodge challenger indepth proof she was stuntwoman in much kill bill one into she was zeno were princesses stuntwoman she's incredible wreck rock yeah yeah hell yeah she's just incredible and she's become a dear dear friend and a professional bad ass and a human delight machine is what she is in her professional bad assery you guys came up with an idea that we filmed and documented on tested and it's this she learned how to a skill that she did not have before so when she was she was in the roller the roller skating yes killing me that i can't remember the name with it okay so susan that she was the only actress in that movie who was also her own stunt double and she didn't know how to roller skate before she did that and so i started thinking as we as we were becoming friends talking about stuff i was like man you are learning every time there's no school for knowing how to spin in mid air while thrusting his sword at someone while people are pulling you on robes you having to learn these things on the fly on the clock with people like waiting for you i thought you've got almost vertical learning curve and i wonder if there's a way to turn that into a narrative thing and she had been having the same idea so we realize oh we should just totally do this right because you ssume that just because someone's a stunt person son performer they can do everything right martial arts they can drive a car they can roller derby but it's not that like things like when she.

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Uber shuts Arizona self-driving program two months after fatal crash

Scott Stiegler

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Uber shuts Arizona self-driving program two months after fatal crash

"A federal judge in new york has ruled that president trump violates the law by blocking critics on his twitter feed correspondent honda's gold says the judge ruled that twitter and other social media platforms are subject to the first amendment the defendants tried to argue that president trump had his own first amendment issues here and as a result he should be allowed to block these people on twitter but the judge ruled that because it's a public forum because part of the government they cannot do that after a fatal crash with a pedestrian uber is shutting down its self driving car tests in arizona the company has notified about three hundred arizona workers that they are losing their jobs in shutdown that should take several weeks test drivers in the program haven't worked since an accident near phoenix in march although uber said they were still being paid the shutdown does not involve all of the ride hailing services work in selfdriving tech though the company says it plans to restart testing in pittsburgh once federal investigators wrap up their work and they're in talks about a restart in california as well i'm jan johnson higher humidity has been a big help in fighting the north peak fire on the north side of the sandia mountains cruiser still unseen for the lightning sparked fire that started monday karen tci with the sandia ranger district dell's news radio kk you'll be the fires only a quarter of an acre in size a lot of smoke and the potential is there so they did slamet with a lot of water and support from the cruise and they're going to continue with mop and securing the fire area sandia ranger district is in stage to fire restrictions and officers will patrol to make sure everyone in the park now through the weekend is following the rules eighty four degrees in albuquerque our next update at five i'm laurie molin branko ninety four point five fm and am seven hundred seventy newsradio k k o b roger goodell called the decision unanimous i'll let you decide when the stig show continues in four by.

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"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sean carpenter goes to the fbi without letting a supervisors at sandia national laboratories no were they happy when they found out that he was working with the fbi they were not they were they were none too pleased and they it's unclear to me to this day why they were so displeased his supervisor however who is a former cia case officer told carpenter according to carpenters according to filings the carpenter subsequently made in court and which this former cia officer did not dispute that he meant he made some comment to carpenter along the lines of you know if i were your boss you know i would die they're the the application being that what carpenter was doing as a sandia employee was against the law against corporate interests and could have potentially trip the company into a massive legal security or otherwise sort of a basket of vulnerabilities and so he was he was subsequently fired he was they told him the the reasons that they cited were insubordination and for for doing activities that were in violation of the law and so they did fire him in early january of two thousand and five and so he sued sandia for wrongful termination.

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"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The individuals who breached the lockheed martin our let me stop you there one second i'm speaking with new yorker staff writer nncholas mendel about his new piece in the new yorker hack back american companies that fall victim to data breaches wants to retaliate against the culprits but can they do so without breaking the law nick nncholas sean carpenter he went on this mission but did did his supervisors know about this mission they did not so his supervisors at sandia national laboratories did not know he you know he was he was concerned that if they knew they would try and shut down the investigation and so he kept it from them but that did not mean he wasn't doing this totally on his own he had contacted the fbi and he was also in contact with army intelligence and in fact he was assigned a a case officer at the he was assigned to the handler effectively at from the fbi office there in albuquerque and worked very closely with this special agent from the fbi who who told carpenter that at one point that his carpenters leads from the work that he was doing we're going to three ongoing criminal investigations at the fbi was running as well as several clandestine military offensive operations so you know the information was it was even though even though what sean carpenter was doing was against the law he had been given us sort of waiver by the fbi to do what he was doing and so he was working in concert with with these federal authorities so let me understand the sequencing then here so he he goes on this mission without the knowledge of his supervisors he contacts the the the fbi does he contact the fbi before he goes to florida or after and he gets the evidence he's looking for much much later so get florida in the summer of three he comes back and he begins assembling what's called a honeypot or a series of honeypots that are that's not a honey net but a honeypot is more or less a replica of it it's a it's a deception tool that's used in cybersecurity and and it is effectively a replica the hard driver of of a of a.

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"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Almost as a kind of a a bio dome in every company has you know every company has one every home has one you can't be sort of in spaces other than your own and and so what what actually many in government from the very agencies that are involved in doing offensive cyber actions or or cyber investigations places like the guy like the nsa they are the ones who interestingly are the most in some cases are are some of the most resistant to this legislation claiming that by doing this it would make their job easier it would disrupt ongoing fbi investigations disrupt ongoing an essay operations etc so let's talk about sun carpenter he was a security analyst in new mexico who went to florida in two thousand and three on a secret mission who is he castle sean carpenter was a a incredibly bright self taught computer programmer and in two thousand and three he was a security analysts had sandia national laboratories which is a in our in d facility in new mexico that was at the time managed by lockheed martin the big defense contractor lockheed martin had had a their network was experiencing some glitches and sean carpenter his sort of crack team of forensic analyst went to florida where were these lockheed computers were there was there was an officer in orlando and they did some basic forensics and they discovered all sorts of malware and the lockheed martin all sorts of malicious software that had been planted in the lockheed martin network and after they identified what the where the bugs were they removed the bugs in the system sean carpenter was was amongst those who was eager to sort of leading the charge to try and figure out who was responsible for doing that too we're we're we're we're could they trace the tax back to and he was discouraged from doing so but that did not dim his enthusiasm for the project and when he returned home to albuquerque after this after this this operation he then began running a fairly sophisticated hack back appreciation from his from his home after hours you know all sorts of hopped up each night after his wife went to bed on nicorette and caffeine and he began hacking back against.

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"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sean carpenter goes to the fbi without letting supervisors at sandia national laboratories no were they happy when they found out that he was working with the fbi they were not they were they were they were none too pleased and they it's unclear to me to this day why they were so displeased his supervisor however who was a former cia case officer told carpenter according to carpenters to according to filings a carpenter subsequently made in court and to which this former cia officer did not dispute that he he made some comment to carpenter long the lines of you know if i were your boss you know i would die would you leave my office bloody or something like that they're the the the implication being that what carpenter was doing as sandia employee was against the law against corporate interests and could have potentially trip to the company into a massive legal security or otherwise sort of a basket of vulnerabilities and so he was he was subsequently fired he was they told him the the reasons that they cited were insubordination and for for doing activities that were in violation of the law and so they did fire him in early january of two thousand and five and so he sued sandia for a wrongful termination right cataracts so he sued them for termination sh later that year based on the fact that what he was doing was in support of the public policy and the public policy being that if you have information that could be useful to federal authorities that that information should be shared and so he he that was the basis of the lawsuit and it went to trial just about twenty five months after he was fired in early february i mean early two thousand seven and he won he did win yeah he'd lost four point seven million dollar settlement i believe and do we know what son carpenter is up to now did he hang out his own shingle so he did.

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"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He began hacking back against the individuals who who had breached the lockheed martin our let me stop you there one second i'm speaking with new yorker staff writer nncholas mendel about his new piece in the new yorker hack back american companies that fall victim to data breaches wants to retaliate against the culprits but can they do so without breaking the law nick nncholas sean carpenter he went on this mission but did did his supervisors know about this mission they did not so supervisors at sandia national laboratories did not know he you know he was he was concerned that if they knew they would try and shut down the investigation and so he kept it from them but that did not mean he wasn't doing this totally on his own he had contacted the fbi and he was also in contact with army intelligence and in fact he was assigned a a case officer at the he was assigned to the handler effectively at from the fbi virus there in albuquerque and worked very closely with this special agent from the fbi who who told carpenter that at one point that his carpenters leads from the work that he was doing we're going to three ongoing criminal investigations at the fbi was running as well as several clandestine military offensive operations so you know the information was it was even though even though what sean carpenter was doing was against the law he had been given us sort of waiver by the fbi to do what he was doing and so he was working in concert with with these federal authorities so help me understand the sequencing then here so he he goes on this mission without the knowledge of his supervisors he contacts the the the fbi does he contact the fbi before he goes to florida or after and he gets the evidence he's looking for much much later so check florida in the summer of three he comes back and he begins assembling what's called a honeypot or a series of honeypots editor that's known as a honey net but a honeypot is more or less a replica of it it's a it's a deception tool that's used in cyber security and it and it is effectively a replica of the hard driver of of a of a computer system it so what it what it does is it deceives hacker into thinking.

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"sandia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And fifty three hundred thousand dollars in gross income we should be stealing from sandia and in los alamos and and having phd's in physics and math teach we we we have we generate enough money and per per class income to be competitive with wraps and yet we are habitually forty eight forty nine or fifty level or level of education spending in new mexico is about middle of the pack it usually ranked anywhere from twenty the highest i've seen this is twenty fifth in the country and we're and we're usually around thirty thirty one somewhere in that range that is not unreasonable for a state the size of new mexico i agree if you look at if you look at the total gross income per classroom and total expenditures were teacher direct teaching related outcome it's miniscule if the labor for supervision burden on any other industry was sixty or seventy percent like it is an education those companies will go to jail we complain about exxon making six percent profit or and their overhead and you look at all their money's going back to their to their investors or the or the government who takes the most but you look at education construction company operated the same way they go out of business right so in other words so kevin in other words investment versus the results that we get bang for our buck well it's that but it's all the real issue because i mean that's yeah i gotta take a break kevin i i understand what you're saying so always a little dangerous to bring up exxon mobil and their revenue when you're talking about education but i think the bigger point you're making we're making a pretty good investment in education in new mexico what are the results that were getting back what is the average salary in the united states for a public school teacher will tell you that coming up next plus more of your phone calls.

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"sandia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Do they a movie we don't have a tank there's no secret anything i'm not superman really clear he goes me you could die just know that i can't save you he told me i'll cut my arms off i you know before i don't do anything he was pleading everybody to help him as yours who will follow me but of sandia who follow me i mean that's what you said right we'll follow me from you i don't know i don't know we actually called the woman who made that phone call to you hair here's what she says she saying i had my brother's number with me and a young girl came to me and asked me for help her mother had been stabbed couldn't move and i said go and search the dead bodies for mobile phone so she went to her mom's body and her mom's phone but the battery was dead so i said go and search all the dead bodies search the pockets to get a phone and she found one that was working and i call my brother and they called you hair gives you more elegantly which by souls at rescue like inside the pepsi factory he was nuts isis was inside the factory so they had to sneak in like like cat burglars quiet as he could almost no whispering disciples like the attorney and put the thing in front of the mouth like a shootout saying the part just and and then careful carefully put their hands like this you know careful careful careful so we're walking treading lightly as we could earn all this rubble not to make noise because isis is on the right behind the next wall very difficult i is really slippery it's like walking on marbles and it's all noise concrete and steel were single fathers wending our way through the rubble isis is to our right the next wall over their base there in the factory you're not in the same hall were and then the next hall over you could hear us at voices total there's reported to be two hundred isis they're an accident i.

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Gov. Brown agrees to Trump order for National Guards on Mexico Border

Brian Copeland

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Gov. Brown agrees to Trump order for National Guards on Mexico Border

"The yeah hey dr drew halio over the past several days all eyes have been on governor brown who's been you know very quiet ever since president trump requested that states including texas new mexico arizona and of course california sandia national guard troops to the border well today he announced that the california national guard will be accepting federal funding to add a bell four hundred personnel to this statewide program that focuses on transnational crime currently there are about fifty five california guard members on the border but that can jump to several hundred we haven't gotten clear breakdown of how they will be deployed but we're not expecting all four hundred to be heading to the border can can troops from other states come onto our border and help out you know what that we don't see it that often each state and actually california has the largest and most deploy national guard force in the country with over twenty three thousand troops and so there is no short supply at least here in california of the amount of troops but the governor he has reiterated the point that california will not be helping the federal government enforce federal immigration laws and he included that and these sort of stipulation fed he included in the letter sent to the secretary of homeland security what does that mean what does that look like i understand.

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"sandia" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Really quick what was your job function were you walking in and opening up one of those coroner drawers and pulling a buy out or were you given these samples did you know what you were doing take us through that i took this moonlighting job at night through you know people think you know this is a misconception by the way i want to straighten this out because people are like well he's wedlock alva sandia labs los alamos sandia labs i'm like yeah they owned the property they owned the underground base but did you know they leave that out to corporate he entities and so you know level one two and three might the owned by north or dominant and the other you know free levels might be owned by general dynamics the other three levels might be owned by you know someone so so it's not what you think as as as far as people saying oh we you know he worked for this as i was nfl civility that was owned by that facility but was basically paid for by another you know civilian corporation compartmentalized corporation and i wanna make that clear because i think there's a miss construed thing going on out there where people are like oh well you know because they go on my facebook and late dinner like well yeah he's friends with these people what sandia these people at los alamos but i guarantee you guys had nothing to do with what i was doing because i wouldn't be able to talk to them they're just my friends you know and that's what's going on and the three thousand bodies you know that were listed you know that you hear through a guy some other things that's also not a hundred percent.

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"sandia" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Books you're listening to the pair cast i notice randall you have a great feeling for the word the is the eric gas there is no other paragraphs it'd be getting back to my point being the benowitz obviously was very curious inquisitive man a very talented electronics wiz engineer designed a monitor betty humidity equipment for probably sandia and definitely kirtland so you know the guy sees weird lights gets great photographs full color photographs which not many people have seen in also then starts picking up strange audio signals i think the the you know he made the leap on his own probably this is my interpretation of of what we know but he probably made the leap that hey who seem weird lights out there picking up strange signals maybe this is something that you know what's going on without the air force snowing or somehow is is important enough for me to make them aware of what i'm picking up and then putting himself on their radar that that whole scenario has always made sense to me what he was actually picking up i think we need to go into that a little bit more dodie mentioned something about low frequency signals i i'm not sure about that i i've always had a sense that he was picking up something to his ears would have been garlic and that to me right at that time is when we were really starting to to i think you lies digital bursts tech signal technology and communications technology bear in mind also folks there rick doty's scientists she's nine engineer he's intelligent sky and so when you take them back row elements combined macro i mean like all of the big stuff that's going on you know you've got this experiment with the nsa you've got the which other people you know corroborated it may have to do with bouncy singles off soviet satellites and reading information it may have involved lying soviet spy satellites from taking pictures of facility.

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"sandia" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sandia" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Out but then again how much can we believe what he says will don't forget what else is out there at kirtland air force base and i have a great kirtland air force base story for later that you may or may not believe but it happened to me and i'll stand by my story don't forget that there's a national lab out there as well sandia we everybody hears about los alamos and oak ridge and liberal lawrence livermore and and the other national labs but oftentimes you don't really hear that much about what's going on sandia in phillips i think also has a presence out there maya sumptious in you know we get dodie back i think we need to ask him a little bit more pointed questions about the actual project chances are still class apart parts of it or portions of it are still classified but we're not really going to know until we ask him but i i have a sense that sandia was probably test driving some new satellite i guess the term would be countermeasures for satellites and trying to glean what the satellites were actually up to so we do have again sandia national lab out there so it's well within the realm of reason that there actually was that sort of program went on grahn regale he'll probably confirm that force a novice i keep saying that but you don't want to look at something first of all you need to look at the details of the case and the assets that you need to protect i'm going to come at this from from the point of view of somebody who tests security in devices now occasionally i run across having to test security in human beings in processes and things like that and so yeah.

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