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"spaceman" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
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"spaceman" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Named it for you. I was looking over this list of songs from the late. Ninety s. i'm thinking. Oh my god other. I don't remember some of these. Where was my brain really. Yeah okay get melanie from line. Eighteen she is a teacher. She teaches people film at public access. Wow that's so interesting melanie. I love what you do her doing great. How well do you know. you're late. Nineties music Yeah i'd say pretty good at when i grew up. Were playing in the background. You know know. Do you think your better off alone. The own words in the song rather than talked to.
"spaceman" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"And more with danielle and whatever else is going to happen coming up. After this sarah thank you for listening to us in the morning show story is really difficult to go anywhere or read anything online or on. Watch anything on tv without the story about how you know. We are now one year into this pandemic right yeah It's interesting hearing from our listeners. Who have been with us since march eleventh in a little four last year. Jan jason text. Almost a year has gone by since i've called the show. I remember this call after getting kicked out of my apartment the day after a vacation with dude. I thought i was marrying today. I'm getting my second round of the pfizer vaccine. My life could not be more full. I just wanted to say thank you all for literally literally literally saving me to what. I was the darkest time in my life. I love you for gen. Oh jen another person. We met along. The way is chef justin. He's online twenty four and we've talked to justin a couple of times right. Oh yeah hi. Justin welcome back to the show. Good morning guys. How are you today. we're doing well now. Let me remind you justin. i call this. I think in april of last year at the very beginning of the pandemic. you're cooking for all the furloughed employees in your area. You're in pennsylvania. My ryan my clothes on new hampshire new hampshire. We're up here and now my own. My own restaurant vermont. You didn't own your own restaurant back then. Now you own your own restaurant now. Yes so you're gonna. I was wondering first happened. I was looking for the employees and helping them groceries and all that and with the Endemic kind kinda gave me time to do my own thing and research and get that business plan going and that's kind of where i'm at right now. So he is restaurant. it's called oaks right. What's your recipe. yes what's it all about. Just yes so. We're doing like a like a modern farm-to-table using a lot of local in vermont and you know using some new england Ingredients and then using some different twists. I do a lot of asian inspired themes. We're having a lot of fun. It's been going really good justin. That is so great to hear what this year has. has brought to you and you did somewhere so many people so if you're ever in vermont to wear in montpelier vermont In the capital. Where we're having a great time we've been up and five weeks. It's it's going great You know. I think that's one thing pandemic get for me. It gave me time to do research and find a place to do. The business plan prepared. And that's that's kind of where i'm outing. We found a great location. It's going great. It really is a good for you. So it's oaks and evelyn in montpelier vermont and seasonal classical cocktails. We're all there. I'm gonna come in and have some. Maybe we'll send you guys No we're driving. I want some of your christie octopus crispy all. Oh i can't wait guys. It is going great. It's i can't you know. I thought with the pandemic of even voting in february. Maybe it would be a little slow but it's been the communities in great the takeouts being gate. Great if people still feel you know they don't wanna come in and that's fine you know. We're ready ready for them when they wanna come in the crispy octopus yuzu with curry and coconut crispy potatoes peanuts. And of course solon tro young. Anyway if i really appreciate you guys thank you so much. It sounds fabulous. What said straightening. I can't hear straightening just talking off the air about the secret ingredients that you put in. I think you need to ask an actual chef. Even though you are basically a chef elvis about the secret ingredient that he always puts in the. Do you have anything you introduce what you don't let anyone know because you know they won't eat it secret us like and different chilies. That people don't necessarily know that are in there. That'll go either different different flavors like you know different cities. It's it's always a nice balance and like using that kind of stuff. It's definitely fun and not necessarily always putting it on the menu. Hey if you love cooking in the theory of balance in flavors and tastes and textures and things my our friend. Dan kluger great chef here in new york city at loring place. He has a book called chasing flavor. It's all about everything we're talking about the complexities of of the mixture of of different acids and sweets and everything. It's it's great it's called chasing. You'll get it okay. In when i make sauces. I make a lot of things. I don't tell anyone that i do. I do melt anchovies in their rally. Justin if you tell people they they get repulsed but you don't take this adds a lot of positive. Yeah it adds this little level of ood nami that a lotta people can't put their finger on so anyway all right so there you go. Crispy octopus oaks. Evelyn in montpelier vermont. We're on our way. Congratulations justin i'm so happy for you this year. Thank you so much. I appreciate the sport. It's been awesome. Can you and i you know. Thanks again i really appreciate it. Thank you best of luck with oakland. Evelyn thanks for listening. Yeah you know what we first met. Justin he was doing nothing but in the kitchen cooking for people who needed it who they didn't have jobs they needed food and just one of the many stories of the incredible people that we've met this past year and he's getting such good vibes back now. So yeah yeah people. Keep asking me to do a cookbook. I tell you why. I can't do that because almost everything i cook. I take from someone else's cookbook. So how am i going to do that. I do like a elvis. Duran remix cookbook your slight change on other people's recipes. Yes i could. I don't know if there's licensing issues there we'll figure it out but you like me. I don't follow the recipe. Like if i'm going to write down how much i put in of something like to me. It's like a little bit of this a little bit of the idea. I get ideas from people. And then i take they take on it takes on my own life. Whatever anyway Danielle ready to go. We call this segment. Lies lies and more lies. We call this all right. What's going on here is a podcast asking whether the everyday middle class leist lifestyle on the simpsons was still attainable today. Because you got to consider. Homer is the sole breadwinner. He makes fifty thousand dollars a year and everybody says the answer is probably not the way since the thirty two years old now and he did just not the way it works anymore. You know a lot of times. You need more than one breadwinner supporting a family and And yeah they're saying it's not really real but then again if you look at it they they have aged so they're kind of right. Then you know where people thinking. The simpsons was real. Yeah i wanna talk to those people match flex its commissioning a new version of selling sunset. This one will be set in the wealthy florida suncoast area. It's full of these beautiful luxury beach homes. It will follow the adventures of a law reality and all black all woman. Real estate company Doesn't have a name yet but that is the spin. That is on the way. Craig watch a real estate to be sold down there. Oh yeah my gosh I'm just warning you didn't watch grey's anatomy last night. Which came back for like the midseason. Don't don't talk to people that watched it don't look online. It was major last. I can't tell you because people will not be happy with him. But i'm just warning you ahead of time. Oh google people are wondering about. Chris harrison is he coming back for the bachelorette so right now. The cast is actually in quarantine in mexico getting ready to shoot. They're doing some pre production. He's not there with them. So people are wondering whether he will be back or if somebody else will be hosting and taking his place see gwen. Stafani gave us a new song yesterday. I love the.
"spaceman" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Nick. Jonas new song came out thursday noon. Interesting i'm not quite sure. What the reasoning behind that time was maybe they wanted to have enough time before it live. I'm not sure but first single spaceman has been released. Ria has not listened to it yet. So let's play the song right now. The houston thing because you find somebody. I feel like a space man. I feel like space man. Tv bad knows maybe strange possessed man. I feel like it's as man change and that alone as man comes down with your own down. This maze man space man that he does pearl. It's yeah that's that's the vibes you get like a full body roll on. The mike comes into the air. All safe jonas off my chair. Because you're a space man acci- i don't we'll cut it off there because really just got that one good be. He's like oh. Yeah the jonas space man. I don't even know what that means. I love it. I like it i very much like it. Xy jonas's jerusalem soul. Music is only nick johnson. A rocket ship a just. Nick is sola. Music is great because it really gives it like is a great outlet for nick's raunchy side played again. I'm just gonna play.
"spaceman" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"I knew what the price was like. I spent my days home. Yeah playing prices right memorizing the prices. I had like a whole book. That i just went right. The prices down sick guy on netflix. Hulu actually memorize. The price is right. I probably could have done something good with that. It's not real. Okay okay. let's talk shit. My phone's blowing up okay. Let's get to the topics. got nick. jonas's new song and announcement for a new album. Emily and paris we find out why she got that golden globe nomination. You're going to want to hear that. Emma watson is retiring from gotta say to what folks sometimes i like giving away you know. Wait emma watson is retiring from acting very unfortunate shocking news with lady gaga. Her dog walker was shot and her dogs were stolen nicholas. Braun put out a calling to kim kardashian. Now that she's a single lady and we have the location of the new bachelorette and where filming so. Let's get into it starting off. Nick jonas oh and before we get into all the topics we are doing a live after show after the golden globes on sunday. You can watch it on youtube chicks in the office youtube. Hello everybody. we'll be doing a live after show for the golden globes right after right after it end so if you wanna see are faces which if you're listening to the show i'm sure you do. We'll be talking about today bribes. I think it's eleven pm. It should over so eleven pm ticks. Me off his youtube we will be live. Make sure you tune. Yeah tina fey. Amy poehler back. Which does give me hope that even though it's all kinds of virtual got some good stuff. We're like the amy poehler and tina fey host. Who who's tina fey. Amy poehler tina fey amy poehler. That would make sense and not just from the hair perspective. You're not blonde now. Anyway i just feel like it fits. Tina feeling amy's like a little goofy year. Yes sir okay. Let's start.
Daniel Kaluuya on new movie 'Judas and the Black Messiah'
"Walk to popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie now called judas and the black mesa. That's so good that will you can watch it now. You need to finish watching me. Daniel speak but when you see it you're going to see something extraordinary and you're going to see my guest today. Daniel columbia in a really amazing performance where he brings the spirit of someone to life and that someone is fred hampton. So congratulations to you. Then on i think most markets in what. I realized this is the very months for years ago. That get out opened yeah. I'm glad humphry as of that black comfort. Low two years a year off. The gal black pants came out in february has very much every year. You're just working in working in doing this. And you've got that oscar nomination after we last talked to. Are you just impossible. Now had you become A complete tyrant on the set. I think i was always a tyrant allowed. This kind of spaceman allowed me to be more tyrant. So i just i just like you know. I liked ice cubes. In one cup blueberries in another and then some soda in. And i don't even like soda but i just wanna be ir like a roman tyrant. I don't wanna be like a new. I on the roman like the old that that's own. You know what. I mean when something like that happens and of course you had done so much work you know in england theater. You scanned you. Were doing all of this stuff. But get out was a kind of a breakthrough that changed your life. Didn't it change my life. You changed my life a lot to catch up to that or with me. Like only think eli lawshield. Go up to happen with go in all that time in an all the things you've done whether you're did black panther whether you did queen it slam whether you were in widows this working with the most amazing people and doing incredible things and in this case of with judas and the black messiah. You're playing this real person. Fred hampton so fred hampton. We know and i think here in america to it was yes. He was the guy that led the black panther party in chicago and new annoy. He was the head of it and died. Tragically young. and that's what we know. We know those two things and finally. There's a movie that says he had and he had a spear any had something that was happening. How did you get attached to it. That's the on on the set of a powerful on reshoots ryan and zinzi kuebler Produces film to decide and say. Oh we we're making a film about fred hamilton. Love to be bothered a mess. Chairman fred keith is is in it as well Unshackle king is directed. Just feel alive. Kim i really their intentions and reasons really spoke to and so it was that i was like i just felt really on that the full of me in that way and they will let y'all send your treatment. They sent me a toothpaste treatment. Which is incredible and i met with shock in new york during the get out. What's he's not. You may have one of the tricks. setting on with you on that same trip. I sat down with shackle. So like i said that masako spoke on. I loved him as a person. I loved his reasons than would season off the oscars the first script i read judas nabet messiah and then i would say less. So what do you do. When you're playing this guy who we know of as a more of a symbol than a human being and that you have to create him as he is. How do you go about doing that. Which you do so brilliantly. Thank you solo work on the web but was kind of taken As a as a man you know and finding finding why felt he loved understanding why he loved him loudly loved and who loved him Of him you know the humanity politics is is like he has to have so much love so much karen in one food actualization black people in the black community in order to say these things in these ways like the speeches. I just felt like this identity in a remarkable man Amanda is to be remarked upon. But he is. He's a man. And i feel like brandon him. His humanity kind of puts into context his muddle
interview With Meagan Crawford
"Well. Megan welcome to manage and cut off. This has been a year overdue at this point. An entire pandemic overdue. Maybe i'm happy that you're here talking to us. I'm really thrilled to be here. Thank you for having me anything so to start. I want everyone to meet you. Because you're awesome So you are a member of space fund. You also have this podcast mission eve. That is fantastic. Can you tell everyone a little bit about you sure. Yeah co founder and managing partner of space fund Where venture capital firm investing exclusively in the new space ecosystem so very kind of targeted fund And then i also have my podcast mission eve which I interview the most amazing women in the space industry. It's just been a thrill and just so much fun to do. And in the hopes of inspiring more women to join us here in the space industry So that's that's a project that's near and dear to my heart I'm also on. The board of several nonprofits needs to do a quick shout out the space frontier foundation. The center for space commerce finance mars initiative and the earth light foundation Spend an inordinate amount of my time helping those at nonprofits. So i think that's probably about it so we're gonna talk about a bunch of different angles on the finance side of stuff which i occasionally touch on but probably not as deeply as i should in many cases there's some fundraising that has happened. In the past year that has been particularly notable for the size specifically spacex relativity. Been getting gargantuan amounts of money there's some acquisitions that have happened recently. And then There's a whole trend of holding companies. That i find quite interesting as well as a trend that i find interesting and more shady. Which is this whole special purpose acquisition friend. Those are the things. I want to pick your brain about. Is there an order. would you like to start with fundraising and then get into what happens after. You've gotten a bunch of funding and actually accomplish things. What's the right order there. Yeah well I think i'd like to start with this kind of startling statistic that that i i like to I like to bring up a lot. Is that One and it's it's one of the reasons that spaceman was founded. Actually is you know. Currently launched comprises less than two percents of the global space economy yet has received seven percent of the venture capital. Today right sounds crazy but it. It makes such intuitive sense to like you know somebody watches the markets but exactly crazy. Yeah that's crazy. Yeah i like it when you hear that you're like oh yeah that seems right but holy crap. That's crazy just hear those numbers right and now the one question i would have is. Does that. include any space x funding as launch. Yes that includes spacex funding and includes the you know that big relativity rounded includes all of that. So i guess that's my that would be. My stipulation is like how. How do you separate out. What of that is going to starlink. zach satellites. Then does that skew it or is it not big enough to actually skew. Anything no matter how you classify either couple billion. Yeah so you know the regardless. It's it's a huge number even if he were to try and take starlink out of the kind of the space x portion of that. They're going to be forty percent of the venture right number exactly exactly and so you know when When my partner. Rick tomlinson and i were contemplating a founding space fund. You know this was one of the things that was really bothering us. We were kind of looking around the industry at all of our our friends and colleagues. Who are these brilliant entrepreneurs going and down sandhill road and couldn't get any funding and meanwhile while all these other. Vc's are just pouring good money. After bad into launch company after launch company because all ilan has launched company and basil's has launched company and jared. Leto is invested in in relativity space so i need a launch company. Right and base fund is currently tracking a hundred and sixty two active launch companies around the world.
Adam Sandler Starring In The Spaceman Of Bohemia
"Well, so Adam Sandler signed onto a Netflix deal. Back in 2015 to May in the then he's been renewing it. He just decide not to make four more Netflix movies. Netflix, noting that subscribers have stream more than two billion hours of Adam Sandler movies since 2015 And Sandler is currently preparing for more serious role in space Man of Bohemia, which follows the dramatic, mysterious journey of an astronaut sent to the Galaxy's edge. So not Hubie
A Prescription Video Game for ADHD
"Spaceman rides down an icy River on a jet fuel draft avoiding obstacles and collecting tokens. It looks like a scene out of Mario Kart or any number of popular video games. But this is endeavor RX the first fda-cleared video game for childhood p h d so what makes Endeavor special the hand eye movements that relies on Earth ought to exercise circuits that involve attention and this Theory did translate into small but real improvements in attention in 5 clinical trials involving over six hundred children with ADHD compared to Placebo, which was a simple puzzle video game 47% of children who played Endeavor RX for four weeks saw improvements and attention and reaction time on cognitive testing. So about half of them got better, but they also got better on the placebo group only in that case. It was about a third of them who got better now. It's important understand that no one not even the achille company that makes this video game and not the FDA is suggesting that this game treats ADHD, it only improved performance on cognitive testing and it's not clear how or even if that translates to changes in the classroom in the social world to put all this in a broader context. We've been recommending that children with ADHD play outdoors and take up something that requires physical Mastery like karate dance or sports for years. So this isn't too far off the usual path dexterity games improve cognitive performance an older adults and in people with dementia, it just seems that doing things physically with your hands any task that requires you to constantly adjust based on real-world feedback. Things like darts piano or even Tetris is good for the brain. But if Endeavor RX improves attention, what about other video games that we don't know about the Wii Sports sweets particularly. We bowling has good evidence for age-related cognitive decline, but it's never been studied in ADHD that I know of in some way Endeavor RX is a typical video game, but it does have two differences that make it stand out verse the game adjusts in real time. It gets harder or easier depending on your skill level that helps keep the child attention next the game shuts off after 30 minutes of play per day the children who used it liked Endeavor RX. I wanted to play it longer but the early shut off prevents addiction and reminds us of an important principle for brainhealth. The brain likes variety and does best with moderation dead.
"spaceman" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Because you've done it a few times but no, I know I was I. got a little anxious and stuff when they brought me out in that Damn Camaro and they they wait. For like thirty minutes and I had really good stuff in the bullpen when I got out of that Camaro. I had shit. But. I ended up getting by in the first inning and I guess I gave up a home run to left. That was the only run I gave up and other than that. It was A. Two thirds and I beat Gettman and. I broke the record and then two years later I went nine in San Rafael and broke my own record and threw a complete game right? Did you drove in a run in that came to I drove in a run I had a sacrifice bunt. I had It was. That was a memorable game and then they traded my ass just noma and then sixty seven I wanna ball ballgame beat Pittsburgh. You'll be Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh California. Okay. Because the difference is when they have these records of old guys we all know Satchel page three innings when he was fifty nine in the major leagues. Okay. Yes doubled off my thing. But it was it was a oh Satchel page man I mean this is unbelievable. He only went three innings and while he didn't give up any runs I, don't think. He was it was not like pitching a complete game at at sixty three or sixty, sixty five. It's a whole different thing we have to go through the lineup three or four times. You know that is that that that to me was my most remarkable feat the only feed I did better than that. I won eight Games here about four years ago playing with a literally wiffle ball team at at a little fenway park up here and I threw eight complete games and we beat the high school team in twilight to win the championship and I was wearing Craig breslow spikes. I remember that women football game and you're wearing Craig Breslau spice I pitch eight, pitch eight, five innings. Pitched about forty innings a wiffle ball and won the state won the championship this tournament and these kids were unbelievable as a darker. It got the better they got and I realized that eleven and twelve year olds can see in the dark. They can do a lot of things we can't do in the dark. Ask you this. Should I be pissed at Ray Knight for life for stealing my Franklin broken in Mike Schmidt. Pro Model Glove. Ball charity driving away with my glove after he borrowed it from me on the field and then finally yeah, I mean. He's the one who was married at all pro, right? Yeah. Nancy go. Lopez. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She had a huge ass. I tell you he was That's really cheap. That's cheap. Shot a guy like that with yeah. He was accidental. I just no no, he comes over to the. Glove I said Yeah you can use mine because we're on the opposite team. So one in the feel I left at their bay takes it drives away I see him far away in a parking lot. Throw it in the back seat of his car and getting new God damn. Well, he I told him I got it in. He used Glovebox for twenty five bucks says I'll give you fifty four right now and then he stole the fucking thing. And say the statue of limitations ain't up on feeling glove. Now. I want to ask you to one of the thing just kind of historically space manish. What's the worst thing you ever said? To An umpire whether you gotta checked it or not, or just be pissed them. What's The nastiest thing you said to umpire for any given reason in your entire baseball career? Well. I'll tell you what it was in a singer League game with my parents it was at Holcomb Stadium. And I found out the guy was death. You know and I finally I'll. Take it and take it, and finally I got right in his face and he can read lips and then I got thrown out of the ball game at home plate in my parents wouldn't let me ride in the car on the way back to the hotel. y'All. Audibly Can I said I said, not only your get your fucking blind. That's actually pretty good though he must have. Put My parents were so upset they wouldn't take me back. I had to walk from Fitch Stadium about five blocks back to the. Hotel and Mesa see we can tell all those stories. On this podcast because we have zero Def listeners, you know we don't have any good. Yeah I, my stories are. I can't believe you. You can tweet me I put so many games I'll tell you the day when we won the World Series in Oh four the first time I was in. Hawaii. We beat the Yankees four straight and I was with Charles Lockwood there, and then I had to fly immediately back to Arizona to play in the father son and when we won that championship, there was a total eclipse of a full moon in Arizona and it was really a remarkable night. That's space oddity is. Totally clips of a full moon and eighty six years for the red. SOx To win a world, right well, the side at after game six of the eighty six world series. The sign I saw at. Shea stadium was the best ever after they lost on the Buckner era game six I saw a guy in a mets hat walking around with a sign that said, nine hundred eighteen was a fluke. Cruel. Now you're running into were dominant team all the way through there and It took the when the Yankees finally won their first world series after we had one like five or five out of seven years. Eighty six of the winds Yankee wins were by X. Red Sox pitchers. seriously. seriously. You can look as Casey Stengel said, you can look can look up Casey case he also said most people my age dead right now and you can look it up. When he lost the world series and he got fired at seventy I'll I'll never make the mistake attorney seventy S. Now writing a new book, what kind of Weird because you've written. The wrong stuff little red book, the Traveled Baseball eccentrics and what what do you? It's on the table now coming out well, this is called the spaceman chronicles it's all it's written by Kilgore Trout, which is a fictitious fictitious name for Kurt, von gets and is based on PLANET Tra- foul madore where a baseball card our planet blows up and Baseball Card shows up like two thousand years later and the guy kind of goes through because they're super smart people back. Two thousand years from now you know they got WIFI and everything in their brain, and so he does a study on me any case fascinated with my life and he writes a book about it. So it's a book about Your Life It's a book about my life written two thousand years from now and it's got the Kennedy assassination has a whole bunch of weird should've it because we've done so well in two thousand years getting nice since Jesus left, you know another two thousand years going forward maybe maybe that maybe that's where the answer rated. There where I'm a direct descendent of Jesus Christ in fact he writes a Book. How can you be a descendant of Jesus Christ if he's a virgin? Exactly, and they wondered Adam and Eve light was four thousand. I said how come they had belly buttons. Yeah the I was you don't need that Shit. It wasn't the it wasn't the apple on the tree bill that.
"spaceman" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"When enjoy a blue dream? Blue. Dream. is coming out. So excited it's my favorite straight. Now. I'm a medical card holder and you are to right Ben. Yes. Sir that's for that Curve Direction? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. There's nothing to do with marijuana. He just he puts it on his curve direction tries to straighten that thing out. Sally struthers been calling you know She lost my number. You always WANNA know was if bill Lee I wish chemical billy right now you've got US phone. Call Bill because this this is. An anniversary of sorts for him. He doesn't know this, but Greg nettles birthday. was, two days ago. Yeah. There is no. Hey. On the phone now from crafts? Very Vermont. The mayor of Munchkin city. Bill. Spaceman. Lee. It's funny. I got to really really great friends. One's named billy and the other one's named. Billy. How are you man? I'm good I'm up here and no Kobe Paradise doesn't get. Can't get past the started farm Because it's been condemned and nothing gets north of there. Now, do you even know anybody 'cause I don't personally you know somebody who actually has cove well, let me think back because I don't I don't I really don't know anybody that's had covert but a lot of people myself Andy was close to getting it. He was tested someone there at it People around my family, a few of them but no one no one is tested positive for Nova know they have dog this is true. I saw this story building have dogs they can sniff out Kovic. Dogs that can now they can sniff cancer on people that that know if women are pregnant, they have these dogs all trained, and now they have dogs that can actually tell if you have covid and it's more reliable than a test. One how isn't that? Awesome? How do you get that dog? Telling you those those would be you make a million if you can breed those dogs and train them to sniff out. I don't really know if I wanna dog will always reaffirm me that I don't have Cova. Or. How about a dog that knows if someone has v D wouldn't that be cool you can make a lot of. A dog that knows when a guy with Kobe gets within ten feet of you any tax him. Now. We were talking a few moments ago about the about our new sponsor resonate I wanted to ask you if made me think that I want to ask you this question about marijuana. What was the very first time in your life and the situation you were in when you first smoked weed Probably, my junior year in college bunch of track guys at USC were in an apartment next to me there were four of them. There are long distance runners and they said it enhance their ability to run further and everything and you know maybe. Maybe, they just made it more pleasurable for them but yeah, I was smoking in college and you know it was around then all the time but I got the Malibu and there but you guys out you know all the surfer dudes and all the guys out there you know. So but the the one time I remember the most was in Cleveland Siebert was my roommate and we were out and we had some pot and we ran into a guy in a van and we we traded some Hash. Spoke some of that and I remember my roommate eat found me in the elevator closing on me and he carried me back to the room and I remember laying in that room and it took me like thirty minutes to get these boots off. I had bought them in Brockton and they had zippers. They used to go halfway up your legs and I see I remember it was like what an experience trying to get those boots. So that was. To get the boot? Yeah. No, it was amazing. It was like, of course, sunny secret I never thought of him as being somebody who might be you know but he was pretty cool. Hi, good pets are good hit or two. Oh Sonny Siebert was ambidextrous. Caesar Sheriff. In Missouri. He was all American basketball player. He was Bill Bradley he could shoot 20-footers each and he could do hook shots. We gotta work during the strike here I think it was seventy three or lockout year. We went down to the college there in in Polk County and we played four on four Josephson him me and Rico Petrocelli, we play four on four against the college team and we just kicked their at. Must have felt good about. Yeah, we hadn't played. You know we just were looking for something to do and Sonny. Siebert man was he a hell of an athlete and you know he was like ten and no one year by a blue as ten seventy one he data seventy one. Fight a blue. The thing about him to was, he always seemed to have complete games. So a you gary. Peters. All Lomborg, all the old school pitches mad. They completed their games and they don't do that anymore in baseball. You know private ball out of my cold dead hands and we knew how to pitch you know everybody was a thrower you talking about bonds earlier in the program Barry Bonds. Son Bobby Dad Oh his dad bobby. No we didn't mention Bobby Yeltsin eighty when you said turned eighty years old and some Oh. Whoa you know I'll tell you whose birthday is few first of all today's Rollie fingers he seventy four a few days ago I think couple of days ago. It was the birthday of your old Buddy Gregg nettles. Oh. My God. Seventy six years old gotta be my age isn't he Howell was seventy six? Two years older yeah. I San Diego boy had a really You know it was a great third Baseman not much personality. There's a great interview in a book called Baseball Anthology of in every other word is a swear word. So he didn't have a really good vocabulary really. His he he he was to forty eight lifetime here. He gets a lot of credit for his glove but. Brooks Robinson won sixteen consecutive gold gloves and nettles only one too. But the thing is nettles hit two, Forty, eight lifetime. So he was a ground out to second or a double play ball when he wasn't trying to hit a home run over that short porch in Yankee. Stadium. Yeah you're right. You're right. You're right and but you know eat to get in his kitchen pretty good I remember that and bring him balls away. You make a mistake urge uh but you know he was he was tremendous fielder. That's what everybody remembers that. Sucker Punch. Of Punch to and I, remember we went to a thing down at foxwoods and it was a reunion of the seventy eight red sox and Yankees teams, and he was down there have you ever had any have you ever run into him? I did a two day event in March with Tian, he and I and a bunch of four Yankees Roy white me and who else was there Wade boggs was. There and you know he was actually the guy. Way Can drink twenty four cores. You just don't know the difference is unbelievable behaves the same after twelve twenty four is that because of course is a lot of water in it. It is he has They say he he drank twenty four beers never took a piss between. Boston and Seattle on a road trip. We'll just torturing yourself by not taking pissed I. Mean you know that's like God. Nurses Bladder by Farro to nurses bladder. So I the reason I thought of you today was because a picture came up on my computer and it's a picture of you me, my son Andy and my little son will who when he was about eight months old and we were sitting in the Dugout, the Brockton rox field and it was before you pitched that game where you broke the record for the oldest man ever put your professional gate three years old. That was amazing. Sixty three great picture you're holding will on your lap and we're just talking in the bullpen like talk about relaxed. It's the night of today of a start and you're not even worried..
"spaceman" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Right so John here. It is moments of truth moments because. We're not gonNA just. Take One Cracking my knuckles here. Yeah, it's a choose your own adventure as you'd like to say what the hell was it well? That list is long and distinguished, but the first one. I think that we gotta talk about is exactly what it looked like. An earthbound spaceman, just boo. Easy, it's it. Is a space person of the time. Person I should've calling it a man. Even leaving the gender part. We don't know it could have been anything. That's true. Of the time, though just somehow some way. Somebody in a full space regalia wandered off site and into Jim's photograph. Right. You know and I'll be damned. They didn't see him because I. who would even notice a man dress like that walking around until it was too late? The next to a firth on a marsh, so the next one, and this is a fun one I think we gotta talk about this because of its location and stuff. Is One of those damn extraterrestrials, a real honest to goodness alien close to a missile test site. It's close to nuclear power plants. You put together what you get John. You got a big red x on the marsh right there. Yeah! I mean we already touched on the the missile test site? That was close to it right across. The firth was a nuclear power plants I. Mean like it. Too Big. Beacons for. If you look throughout the history of sightings, extraterrestrial activity right right. It's. Surprising right up in the air. Shutting Down Power, and siphoning up water, and all the other shit that you hear in these these stories now the next one I actually really like and it. Kinda kicks off a few boxes because. No one saw this. Jim says he didn't see it. His wife says he didn't see it. Elizabeth didn't see it. With an inter dimensional traveler, and for some reason Kodak, or Jimmer, his daughter, or just the way the wind was blowing the stirs up that day made it able to be seen, or maybe it wasn't. There was just a doorway with somehow open, and it got a picture into another dimension or that traveler was there. Or does Kodak have some? Technology that we're even unaware of accidentally sold that, said that camera Jim when really it was meant for the for the government. Greg where's that Krona visor? Sell I told all that Jim guy. Should we get that back man? We've got problems. We've got major problems. We got a code sixteen. The other fifteen. Hey Call agents, nine and eleven. Get them out there. We got cleaned up duty in the. Yeah Yeah Hey all right, so you mentioned that one was a fun one for you someone from the next one a time traveler, because think about it all right I. The suit doesn't look like a space people of the time spaceman of the time, and if it's a time traveler, and unless you say, the gym is correct in the fact that when he looked around Mir milliseconds before pushing that button, there was no figure in the frame. Yeah, if that's true, perhaps a time traveler's racing through the EONS and takes a quick pause in nineteen, sixty, four, whether by by Hook or by Crook whatever the reason. Maybe, maybe the the time crystal got a little crack in it or you know whatever the machines. Off Programmed in right for exactly or So He's there for for Mir Mira. Maybe milliseconds, but just enough time to be photographed with the little girl holding the flowers. Man I feel like. Using in not even he's been channeled. He's been channeled. Yeah, so there's no. There's no reason to believe that entire story I just wove. Enjoy it. There's no reason not to prove it wrong. At prove me wrong. As a time traveler POPs up in his on Mike You Right. Cheese it. So now though we've kind of talked about the the fun, ones the crazy ones. Get into a little bit of the the more man, but plausible believable right, or completely false, and we're just pooh-poohing. However, you WANNA. Look it but. One of the things that people have talked about is. It was not the person out on the marsh that just stepped into the picture. One of the retirees, the pensioners another person he didn't know was wandering around in the reason that they say that is kind of possible is viewfinder. On that older Kodak that he was using kills your your perception, your view, you only get like seventy percent peripheral vision. You yeah, so there's a whole lot of stuff that he couldn't have seen including Allah a lot of the stuff that was in the photo. So that are is one of the things that people talk about the biggest challenge I have with that is. I understand how that would preclude you from noticing. But if somebody else was in the picture, you would know that they were within mere feet of your child right so that is if it wasn't the three of them right? If it wasn't one of the three of them right before the photo after the photo, you're going to see this extra person somehow. Being being that close book some Amway get the fuck out of your man like were you doing? Some in the next one, so let's just we're GONNA. Come back to that other person idea, but the next one is one that we have to talk about. Could have been a fake and one of the reasons that a lot of people throw that around is. Jim was an avid photographer and depending on who you talk to. some even say that he had created a fake five pound note a few weeks before using photography right so evidence that at least once he had created a fake of something using photography. Now there is a big go f yourself on those people because if you remember Kodak said. That is a legit photo that has not been tampered with and will pay you if you can or will reward you if you can can prove it wrong well, and along those lines sprint another reason people give for this photo existing. Is. It was a mistake wasn't a. Forgery on purpose, but rather to photos were somehow double exposed together, but the same explanation applies that you just gave. If it was a mistake. If there was somehow something wrong happened in the in the development process, the chemists screwed up somehow whatever it is. Kodak again they. No, it was. It was a little bit legitimate thermo. Say What you want about the rocket scientists in the area. See what you want about Jim, who was an avid photographer? Say what you want about Kodak. About, the alleged men in black don't talk shit about a chemist. Because that is someone that. They take the job seriously John. Do, I mean they give you this. Day fucking hassle to take and pick up back. Then those people were. They had their finger on the pulse. Now that photo developer smells. Like Venus from Dick Pic I didn't know what you're. Doing. Photo developer smell the development, the liquid waste to develop photos. Some people love that smell and people hate it. People don't realize it's it's a baby blood. Baby blood. That's why. I was not aware of that all right Brent rent there is. There's one liars, the Big One and Yeah, this one is one that Jim has fought against for well. Tell his his. He passed away in twenty eleven. I believe it wise, but the one thing they say the ruling answer the most believed. I would say by people out there, and if you look it up on the skeptic sites, they explain it way very easily. It was bigfoot. Oh wait. No, that's not what you're going. It was Jim's wife. Remember the three of them were there now. Jim Always argued his wife was definitely behind him when he took the photo. But. There's a lot of people that have looked this photo, and there are other photos of the day, remember they took three of them and Jim's wife had on a dress, and it was blue, but because of that Kodak where the Sun was. It washes it out and makes it very very white looking so there's a ufologist named David Clarke and he goes on with this theory about how it was Jim's. Here's a Quote Quote that he gave BBC did they use an article. One of the other stills taken that shows Jim's wife who according to him was standing behind him when he took the photo of Elizabeth I think for some reason. His wife walked into the shot and he didn't see her. Because of this particular of camera, you could only see seventy percent of what was in the shot through the viewfinder. That's something we talked about. Now, regardless! Until his death, he never changed his story. One of the thing on that Brent. You mentioned One of the other photos showed the wife wearing the the the duress. They could easily be washed out, etc.. What I could not find in the research I did. Maybe you did in? We didn't talk about this before the show. Could you find anywhere a copy of the third photo? No, no I didn't and the other two are readily available everywhere. Yeah, it feels like people talk about people mentioned this in the past as if this is part of the conspiracy in some way. Whether it. Be a benign conspiracy. He faked it and or knows it's his wife. In that third photo kind of helps, prove that out or more malevolent conspiracy of of we see even more of the space man, the time traveller whatever and we learn more in it. You know that couldn't be. That couldn't be circulated right right well. You know the thing of it is. We're we don't have it I don't in maybe working. We're just domino's right there page two of the results so that it's lost the ages but. Correct Clark Took the photo that we do have that has a space man, and he just took the MS with the contrast, and just made it a little darker. And it real you realize when you look at it now. The only thing done to it was just change like the tinting the contrast. It looks like his wife, standing behind her with her back to her looks like your hair looks like her dressed in a very convincing theory that that is what happened in. It was now before we give our before we give. Our thoughts are our theories. The one thing I'll say about because I've said he'd bring. You actually sent it to me the kind of the here. We're use photoshop to prove out our pointing photo. The one thing I'll say negatively towards that I'm not saying this happened is when you start playing with colors. That weren't originally there or the that you can't discern from the actual negative. You know now you're creating your own your own story at that point you know. You're guessing as to what it was. You were not telling what it was now. It's plausible guess, but it's worth noting that just because you go ahead and project that color and that and and how you perceive the elbow to bend, and those things of that nature. That's not on the original. That is you that. Change the colors, they just changed the contrast, because it's such a washed out photo, but I agree, but we're also talking about could have been his wife, and she's washed out or a time traveling space, man, who was in Australia also at the time, and people are like. quit. Make it up your Goddamn story. Everyone knows was GLAC. kicked. Yes, obviously, it was the time traveling space man and know that he needed to be in Australia at the same time because that was two of them, it was the other members of the party. Get it right during a trio. Maybe even yeah, yeah or or or The you know, they never synchronize the exact moments you've never been in the eighties action movie. They always synchronize their watches. It's true it's true. I don't know what this means, but okay. I'm going to finish the job now. You stepped all over your ruined joke about synchronizing watches. Go back to the tape. was. What do you think it was I really think it's his wife. Playing symbol. It's fun to think of what it could be and I think that Kodak was probably right there. There was nothing hanky-panky your tomfoolery going on or any other weird terminology. It was probably just his wife that had stepped into it, and you notice that the wife never really talked about it. Was Just Jim needed his daughter. into sixties in their women so. Could vote yet. It's a joke. Recall them down. Complete Choke I. Don't mean that we do need to end women's suffrage. It is way past time to knock that crap off now you know what though honestly everyone listening. He wasn't trying to be offensive. They're he so stupid. He doesn't know what the word means. In all seriousness you're, you are right. You're right that she the. You didn't read quotes from her. Main in the research you do. She's probably the smart one of the groups that stick quiet about it. Dammit, Jim, stop talking to the press. High made us jitter. It's got gelatin and a whole bunch of cold meat. It's nineteen sixty four. Come in here I'm wearing address patterned after what you would eat out of pocket picnic. My hair has so much awkward edited. We Dow have an extra hole in the ozone. It's nineteen sixty four Jim. Forgiving. Jam Got Violent. They're. All of our appliances, Urva green-tinted Jim. There's a goddamn space bed with all my appliances Araba Condo. Jeb. For the Church Gym. Take Sixty Four for God's. Glamour. We need to change the points, plugs and wires at our car. Did, you have led to the cast Jim. You know what doesn't like to route without lead. Nineteenth Sixty Jim. Shit the fuse box. No, he don't have breakers. Sixty Man came yet. Six before. That's the way I. Remember it, you know people call this podcast. Will to history based in and research based every now, and then they refer to us as historian fifty, one and I think that last. Sixty seconds or so, is proof positive that they are right? Oh Man I. Tell Ya hey you didn't ask me what I thought. Right I didn't so we're. Can the hear about the show John. Yeah! What is your? No for real? Though, what were you at on this? Stack ranked in order number one. His wife number two time traveler number one. His wife number to God himself. I mean it's a coin. Flip to me. Maybe fifty, one forty nine, but. On one end you know what no one's getting hurt on this one. That's what's Nice. Nothing bad, is it? Is it it's it's a fun story. It's a fun thing to wonder about and and as you said. The conjecture doesn't hurt anyone except for lovers of the year nineteen, sixty four. Mation. If you WanNa, tell us what you think, I would suggest you go to our facebook discussion group hysteria nation just log onto facebook and search hysteria nation. That's right also while you're logging onto facebook. Jump on facebook dot com slash hysteria, fifty-one pot, and give us a like on there. That is our facebook page hysteria fifty one at patriotic feature on dot com slash exterior. If you can find lots of other episodes links to up all nights and radio dramas, and you can get pictures and Pins Pins and stickers and Hindustan pictures of me. If you spend enough I bet Brentwood sends leftover crickets to you funny. You say that the are going to whoever wins at this point in time when it comes out, it already been announced whoever wins video contest making the new video out of the one. I posted without any audio and they can add. Oh. No I. Meant the crickets that you had just lifted the outside Oh when I just wanted to wavering, but I didn't want to get the the. The. Shit all over trump sex. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Boy and by the way nation. We haven't done a good job lately of playing voicemail, so we'll get back to that in a few weeks, but if you WANNA, leave us a voicemail, seven, three, six, six, nine, seven, two, seven, seven, that is seven, seven, three, six, six, nine, seven, two, seven, seven, and I gotTa Tell Ya. The the amount of voicemails receiving nowadays, we used to say we'll play anything and we will play anything, but we're not gonNA play everything because there's not enough time. We could play them three hundred sixty five days a year I don't think we'd get through all of them. It's hard I play when we're in quarantine. Because of the sinking of guy, do masks minus set up and all this stuff, and it's pain in the butt so when we are back together. That's when we're going to be playing. And chugging through the massive pile of them keeping coming YEP, That's That's it. That's it so keep them. Come in and bring your a game or at least bring your C- game. I think that'd be a good enough. Seven, seven, three, six, nine, seven, two, seven, seven, again, seven, seven, three, six, six, nine, seven, two, seven seven, and if you forget any of that, go pedia, dot, com, or hysteria, fifty-one dot COM ele friend till the fringe. You love them and. Give us some lovin IMDB because they added Hysteria fifty-one IMDB John Around there. Are we making a movie We're making moves. That's what I'm saying we're making. My future so bright. But you gotta take photos of a space man. That means, but that's what I'm going to be doing, so yeah, John. Good place still in quarantine. It's June. That's our life right now. I remember I remember what the Saudi hug you sound like you need a hug, you know. We're recording. My wife is having I'm pretty sure a drink in the backyard. She's not even up helping out with the show and I'm a little bit. I'm a little bit jealous. Do we have to just that that title to like Assistant Producer Ono? She's just not I mean who? Knows I mean. That's nineteen sixty four. Exactly thank you. that. Actually wasn't that actually? Wasn't you guessing as to what? His his wife Elizabeth sounded like that. Was You just mimicking produced release? That's exactly like to to a t what she sounds like at all times. Except for she has Vienna sausage juice on her fingers or something, but otherwise exactly the same. That has been the solway firth, spaceman or What was the other What was the number basement? Spaceman if you nasty. That's Yeah, not as fun of a name Solway firth spaceman is my my Go-to for spaceman, so with that said I've been Brent. I've been John Cumberland. He's been conspiracy about. Stay woke. Meet Sex. Capable. That's it for another addition of hysteria fifty one. John and Brent will be back next week. We've yet more of the unexplained, the unexplored and the unheard. Oh if it's unheard of how they know about it anyway. If you want to suggest a topic, give us your thoughts or just make fun of conspiracy about that's my favorite. Join us in our facebook discussion group hysteria nation just log onto facebook and search hysteria nation, or you can always tweet us at hysteria fifty-one pod. You've been listening
"spaceman" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"My hair has so much awkward edited. We Dow have an extra hole in the ozone. It's nineteen sixty four Jim. Forgiving. Jam Got Violent. They're. All of our appliances, Urva green-tinted Jim. There's a goddamn space bed with all my appliances Araba Condo. Jeb. For the Church Gym. Take Sixty Four for God's. Glamour. We need to change the points, plugs and wires at our car. Did, you have led to the cast Jim. You know what doesn't like to route without lead. Nineteenth Sixty Jim. Shit the fuse box. No, he don't have breakers. Sixty Man came yet. Six before. That's the way I. Remember it, you know people call this podcast. Will to history based in and research based every now, and then they refer to us as historian fifty, one and I think that last. Sixty seconds or so, is proof positive that they are right? Oh Man I. Tell Ya hey you didn't ask me what I thought. Right I didn't so we're. Can the hear about the show John. Yeah! What is your? No for real? Though, what were you at on this? Stack ranked in order number one. His wife number two time traveler number one. His wife number to God himself. I mean it's a coin. Flip to me. Maybe fifty, one forty nine, but. On one end you know what no one's getting hurt on this one. That's what's Nice. Nothing bad, is it? Is it it's it's a fun story. It's a fun thing to wonder about and and as you said. The conjecture doesn't hurt anyone except for lovers of the year nineteen, sixty four. Mation. If you WanNa, tell us what you think, I would suggest you go to our facebook discussion group hysteria nation just log onto facebook and search hysteria nation. That's right also while you're logging onto facebook. Jump on facebook dot com slash hysteria, fifty-one pot, and give us a like on there. That is our facebook page hysteria fifty one at patriotic feature on dot com slash exterior. If you can find lots of other episodes links to up all nights and radio dramas, and you can get pictures and Pins Pins and stickers and Hindustan pictures of me. If you spend enough I bet Brentwood sends leftover crickets to you funny. You say that the are going to whoever wins at this point in time when it comes out, it already been announced whoever wins video contest making the new video out of the one. I posted without any audio and they can add. Oh. No I. Meant the crickets that you had just lifted the outside Oh when I just wanted to wavering, but I didn't want to get the the. The. Shit all over trump sex. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Boy and by the way nation. We haven't done a good job lately of playing voicemail, so we'll get back to that in a few weeks, but if you WANNA, leave us a voicemail, seven, three, six, six, nine, seven, two, seven, seven, that is seven, seven, three, six, six, nine, seven, two, seven, seven, and I gotTa Tell Ya. The the amount of voicemails receiving nowadays, we used to say we'll play anything and we will play anything, but we're not gonNA play everything because there's not enough time. We could play them three hundred sixty five days a year I don't think we'd get through all of them. It's hard I play when we're in quarantine. Because of the sinking of guy, do masks minus set up and all this stuff, and it's pain in the butt so when we are back together. That's when we're going to be playing. And chugging through the massive pile of them keeping coming YEP, That's That's it. That's it so keep them. Come in and bring your a game or at least bring your C- game. I think that'd be a good enough. Seven, seven, three, six, nine, seven, two, seven, seven, again, seven, seven, three, six, six, nine, seven, two, seven seven, and if you forget any of that, go pedia, dot, com, or hysteria, fifty-one dot COM ele friend till the fringe. You love them and. Give us some lovin IMDB because they added Hysteria fifty-one IMDB John Around there. Are we making a movie We're making moves. That's what I'm saying we're making. My future so bright. But you gotta take photos of a space man. That means, but that's what I'm going to be doing, so yeah, John. Good place still in quarantine. It's June. That's our life right now. I remember I remember what the Saudi hug you sound like you need a hug, you know. We're recording. My wife is having I'm pretty sure a drink in the backyard. She's not even up helping out with the show and I'm a little bit. I'm a little bit jealous. Do we have to just that that title to like Assistant Producer Ono? She's just not I mean who? Knows I mean. That's nineteen sixty four. Exactly thank you. that. Actually wasn't that actually? Wasn't you guessing as to what? His his wife Elizabeth sounded like that. Was You just mimicking produced release? That's exactly like to to a t what she sounds like at all times. Except for she has Vienna sausage juice on her fingers or something, but otherwise exactly the same. That has been the solway firth, spaceman or What was the other What was the number basement? Spaceman if you nasty. That's Yeah, not as fun of a name Solway firth spaceman is my my Go-to for spaceman, so with that said I've been Brent. I've been John Cumberland. He's been conspiracy about. Stay woke. Meet Sex. Capable. That's it for another addition of hysteria fifty one. John and Brent will be back next week. We've yet more of the unexplained, the unexplored and the unheard. Oh if it's unheard of how they know about it anyway. If you want to suggest a topic, give us your thoughts or just make fun of conspiracy about that's my favorite. Join us in our facebook discussion group hysteria nation just log onto facebook and search hysteria nation, or you can always tweet us at hysteria fifty-one pod. You've been listening
T-Rex at the Smithsonian
"Now for decades, one of the world's great museums has felt just a little inadequate, the Smithsonian in Washington DC didn't have in its collection. A tyrannosaurus Rex the most famous dinosaur all known literally as the tyrant lizard, king. Well, now it has after quite a journey his North America. Correspondent James Glen die. In the newly renovated Donoso hole at the Smithsonian national museum of natural history on Washington DC's famous mall. One sixty six million year old spaceman reigns. Supreme t Rick skeleton is dramatically poised to take the head of a hapless triceratops. This particular animal is found in nineteen eighty eight and it was found by Montana rancher was on a picnic with her family, and she saw just a little bit of the editor arm-bone sticking out. It was a bone of the T Rex that never been found before. That's cooked Johnson, the museum's director and chatting Knicks to the skeletons teeth H, one is about the size of a banana. Can you be a full blown top of the line American natural history museum without a T Rex? Well, that is something I think is not possible. When I joined this museum as director, we didn't have it to your accent. I wasn't the first person to the point that out, but it was something that I didn't want to open this exhibit that having to your ex here because this is the national museum. Mm, t Rex was first discovered early last century. It was once native to North America and vindicates now, the Smithsonian has been desperate to get its hands on one there's two ways to get a T Rex can buy one or you can find one. That's the bottom line, which I did the museum. Well, we spent a fair amount of money looking for one because actually cheaper to find them into by them. Find them into game out. It's not it's not inexpensive. But it'd be better to find your own. And we looked and looked looked, and we found pieces and parts. But when you looking for something as rare as a complete T Rex chances, you actually will find a relatively small, but buying one of the city, also substantially complete T, Rex's is complicated to sue a beautifully preserved lodge. Reynoso is still known by museum staff is the one that got away at an auction that exceeded all expectations in New York in nineteen Ninety-seven bidding started at half a million US dollars. The hammer dropped at seven point six million with commission on top Chicago's field. Museum was the. Lineup and his house, sue since but many paleontologists believe they have been the losers. Is it all Sam kneels felt that'll drastic pox fault? What happened that generally was because if you think about the discovery of shoe happened before Jurassic perk and the sale of sue happened after Jurassic Park, and that was an amazingly, beautiful fossil the skull was in one piece, and it was an exquisite thing when it went to auction. There were many many museums had dreams. What's your personal views about benefit these things to be found on public lands? They along to the nation. Well, United States is the only nation in the world that has dinosaurs, and where it is legal to sell dinosaurs. He other big Dennis are producing nations. And there's like six or seven of them own the dinosaurs the nations in the United States on private land. If there's a dinosaur to private land owner owns Dennis with the increase in the value of dinosaurs. Launched by the su- sale act. Actually has made it more difficult for professional intelligence museums to access private lands because dinosaurs are now money. They didn't used to be money. So this sunny changed tack slightly, and found a third way of getting a T Rex by working with another arm of the federal government, which already funds, most of the museum's costs and the land on, which this dinosaur was found is US army corps of engineers, because it's a reservoir managed by the army corps of the people do all the engineering and they had to Rex's from their property. Both of them were out there with the Rockies Montana. So we didn't want to take Montana's only directs the once they had to both the museum of the Rockies and the US army corps of engineers green benefit to promoting Montana, and the army corps of engineers in Washington DC, the specimen has now been dumped. The nation's t Rex Matthew Khurana is the museum's curator of Donna, Soria. It's important to us. I think that we call it the nation's T-rex because we really. We want people to feel like its they're controversial because there are the big ones, you know what, what what's going to think about that? One of the other new you can play t Rex's around. You know, our T Rex is not a T Rex of sutra Nakata's. It is. But, but our T Rex is not a T Rex of superlatives. It's not the oldest or the biggest or the youngest or the longest, but it has unique position of being everybody's T-rex thanks to the museum's -cation and the number of American tourists, we make a pilgrimage to Washington DC cook, Johnson believes the specimen could ultimately become the most visited horrendous Soros Rick's in the world. I've had T-rex described as a gateway drug. Can you explain that for kids? I actually think I coined that phrase. I think I did of kids really caught on. It's it really the ideas that kids love dinosaurs at a very early age. It gets them excited to go to Zia. Gms gets the meeting, scientists it gets them thinking about how fossils are found right now. We're hiring. The next generation of scientists, and many of the paleontologist, tell me look, I it was drastic parked to did it for me when I was a kid. So I'm seeing that generation come through now and there are a lot of them and every year we're finding something like fifty or sixty new species of dinosaurs, unknown to science, I opened a dentist or exhibit nineteen ninety-five and since then the number of known dinosaurs globally has more than doubled. So there's still lots of amazing stuff out there. Get out in the backyard and get digging. That was our North America. Correspondent James Glenda reporting.
"spaceman" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"I'm going to have to scroll through I took so many notes for this. But I, I had to pause while I was watching to get all of the businesses that I mean, all the businesses that reach out to us Fisher. First of all, we have the Bill spaceman Lee planetarium came in. That was good. We have a lot of bowling alleys that came in. Let me try and find some of them. I should really prepared before I did this a world ser- brought to you by flappy the flag. It's the Americans mascot were also brought to you by I don't know. I feel like I'm going to step on some of these because maybe their jokes. And maybe they're real places that our guest will inform us. But 'combis is that a real place is certainly is Boston is that battle? The lanes of Eddie Coyle. Is that a place that is that is not a real close? Not yet, just suck. It already is that a real place. No, I don't I don't I don't believe that as I think maybe all the bowling ones are fake candle pin lanes and accountants, bowling three. I know you said, they're all fake, but we're still going to list them all because they're so good. And they are giving us their money. I think I think I'm done. We're also brought to you by workout to you by the town of pasta. Everyone get that great. We're of course, talking about the episode of the town. This is the third episode of the twenty eighth season. The deepest, we've gone into..
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"spaceman" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"To bring in all with bring help with you. So that's, I mean, that's got to be one of the probably the toughest things is that. Oh, human element of bringing a exploring yet. Well, the good news is that's generic to almost every space exploration venue we think about. So we do need to develop that. There's no question now, the Boone is is a good practicing ground for Mars, because there's certain aspects that make the moon harder for long term habitation. There's less gravity only six instead of a little over a third. There's no atmosphere whatsoever. Mars is very thin, but it actually does provide some protection from both the charge particles in ultraviolet and boy, there's there's a lot of potential learning that will happen on the moon that if we crack and solve, we'll make things better. We also there may be water ice on the moon, which would be really great. But we know there's water in abundance on Mars. If we learn to use what small amounts we find on on the moon, it will definitely make us better. For instance, you resource utilization on Mars. That's right. Actually, living off the land, use them using your surroundings to us. We weekend exactly now. What a I think one of the more interesting things is the fact that now if you have a human presence on Mars and you have, let's say you have all of your you have. This is sort of a, I guess, part of this topic being the hostile environment, but it's a new environment. Sure you can map your surroundings, but ultimately, if you're taking the steps towards this environment, this previously may be mapped environment. It is going to be new and you don't really know what you're gonna find. Yeah, absolutely. Right. What I would like to say those are there is a combination of of methods for learning that prep you for exploration. One of those is what we're doing now as much as we can research a head of time. But on the other hand, you can't wait until you know everything to go. Otherwise you'll never go and you have to have a mindset of learn as you go. And that has to be baked into your exploration so that when you're sending people up there, you know there's going to be some uncertainties, what are the effects of one six g I mentioned the Pullman, the dust particles, what those are going to do to us. Yeah. So you have to have a medical monitor. Touring program baked into your exploration so that you can find and collect these these facts as you need to. All of us need to be naturalist with notebooks. When we go explore, an ad includes dealing with medical problems as well..
"spaceman" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"And one of the biggest factors that will have to deal with his his dust, lunar, dust and lunar dust is an amazing thing because even in our short duration experience on the Apollo in the Apollo program, it was a big problem. And I think it'll be a big problem for us as well. Medically, probably the biggest hazard is how much that's going to interfere with ecosystem, valves, fans, anything moving anything that requires precision fits, which is about everything in space. White could potentially be a problem and then airborne lunar does with the low gravity and the electric statically charged nature of this stuff. It it floats and flies. And we've done some early toxicology studies. But we don't really know the combination of the factors of lunar dust toxicity itself and one six g and how that affects pulmonary ventilation and how those particles might distribute in in in the lung. And so we're now in kind of a new occupational medicine scenario very similar to silica in and coal dust in mines where we're going to have to be very careful about monitoring the effects of dust on lung function. Right? And that's kind of goes along with this other part of this topic, which is the closed environment. Part humans are very picky compared to Rovers that we've sent to to bars and and to the end to the moon to really check out that environment, you really don't need life support systems. Now, you need to deal with closed environment systems that provide pressure and oxygen and you need water, you'd eat food and you need.
"spaceman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"And there may be some countermeasures that that we can still develop. And the gravity field is is quite a bit less which one would expect. Would would lessen the implications of and certainly would lessen the chances of injury on on falling. But one thing is that you, you cannot expect people to land put on their spacesuit and hike five kilometers to the the Lander that you pre-stage there within the first few hours. So there's going to have to be built into the mission and probably hardware to some sort of period of at up whenever you land on Mars to sort of and you're, you're talking about the order of a couple of days. It seems like to to sort of get your new land legs, your Mars legs before you actually exit the capsule and and start, like you said, put on your space suits that is a certainty. I think a period of post-landing adaptation is an absolute certainty which unfortunately drives a larger sized Lander. Yeah. So that does change your mission architecture until or unless we develop some type of magical countermeasure to those nervous stabler problems we are going to need to add. And frankly, I don't think we have anything definitive on the horizon. For that. You cannot load yourself out of this problem like you can with muscle and bone loss, right? You just weren't blood loss. You can load those back, but this we can't. And it's more than just the post landing period. We've also wondered what are the human capabilities for piloting a spacecraft through the atmosphere of Mars, and that is very highly dependent on motor function. And we definitely saw with the shuttle missions which were short about. We definitely found that even the longer of the shuttle missions, which would have been a little over two weeks and duration. You could correlate with slightly decrease performance on manual, landing tasks of the shuttle, and we know that accumulates over time. So months and months of spaceflight. That's probably not a good time. You want to have manual control of spacecraft entering the atmosphere. Now, once you, let's say you land on Mars, and you've gone through this adaptation period. Now you're nervous system is is back in balancing you're able to walk. Is there still I'm. Zooming there might be exercised requirements whenever you're on the surface of Mars, you still have one third g, but it's it's and you have that constant load, but I'm assuming, you know, regular exercise will still be helpful and wonders how much. Well, that's a great question. So we exercise in zero gravity, mostly because we know we're coming home. Zero-gravity is is great unless you want to come home. And so keeping bones and muscles and cardiovascular system conditioned is really all about coming back to your home planet and it'll be the same on Mars that you will absolutely want to exercise because you know that eventually you want to come back to one g until we ended up staying there for a little bit longer. Now, the good news is that a third of g is quite a bit more than zero. It's quite a bit more than lunar g, but the important mechanical aspect of that is that it's all we would say linear. It's it's basically the center of a planet. There's a line between that and your belly button your center of mass around which you're.
"spaceman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"You can't be home in several hours. There is no real time communication. You don't have that tremendous view of mother earth always. They're just making you feel connected to your home planet, but. Your will be quite small by necessity and coming up with that. Minimum habitable volume is is a bit of a daunting task because there's a certain amount of subjectivity to it so that the answer is from habitability Sam Boyd as big as possible, but that will be severely constrained. And so what I think will get is a reasonable volume envelope based on the mass were able to throw and the life support systems we have to accommodate. And with that volume, we'll try our best to make it as habitable as possible. Now you have to assume that the astronauts going on that mission to Mars are going to be you can you can soon the best of the best they're going to be a great crew. Well, if we can help. We can hope and they're gonna, and they're going to be able to get along with each other. And I think that's a big component as well as being confined in a space where masses a huge constraint spaces, a huge constraint for these laundry missions. Now, you're not only talking about confined the habitable volume and livable volume, but livable volume with other people, right? Yeah, but I think that you know a couple of things, you will be building expectations of the crew that goes to Mars in a way that will prepare them for this experience and they'll know what they're getting into just as we do on space station and NASA has been working very hard to develop training scenarios that build these expeditionary behaviors. One of those is coping with relatively small volumes and getting along with each other is no question about it that you will have to do some special preparation, but I'm actually fairly confident that that is something we can do because that's been done in history before, certainly in Arctic stations. And small space or a small ocean going craft. We've proven as a species that we can tolerate fairly austere conditions is long as we're prepared and can get along with it. Now, I think building some degree of privacy is is prudent, but I think we can do that and they much smaller space than we have with the ISS. Okay. Now in terms of isolation as you get further and further away from earth, so does the the time it takes to communicate with her on on space station. It's relatively easy, almost instantaneous re really close to it. So so talking with people as easy as you go further and further away now you have this delay. Is there a certain level of what we'll start with this we'll start with, is there a certain level of communication that's needed to maintain the cruise health and and feeling like they're still connected and not so far away from. Earth. I think that as we move towards exploration of deep space, we have to actually look backward not forward for the answers to some of these problems. Now, if you were to look at what I consider one of the greatest voyages of discovery of all time, captain Cook's circumnavigation aboard and ever where they were lucky to find a merchant ship or a whale ship that might be going to their home port, maybe years into their voyage. The crew would draft some letters and that to them and hope that the ship would make it there safely sometime in the next year. And that's that letter writing campaign was kind of how things were done. If you were to tell them, hey, look, we got a system where given a few minutes to several hours, you can get a message back to Greenwich and then they can communicate with you before the day is out. They wouldn't believe you. So basically what we have is a revolutionary capability compared to the the means that supported exploration missions for. For centuries. And so can we do it? Of course, we have. We can do that. Now we have two crew and we have to design accordingly. And really move towards more mission autonomy. And we've spoiled ourselves in a way by having such broad bandwidth and real time communication for the station, but station is a laboratory and it is designed to produce as much science as possible. And that really depends on on real time communication. Whereas heading to Mars and some of the other deep space destinations, we're not in that paradigm..
"spaceman" Discussed on KSRO
"Culture continues said it spilled over classic rock creedence clearwater revival of course it came out of the sky about a ufo coming down out of the sky what about it'd be alien showed up at your doorstep gotten your house overnight well the birds did a song about that called mr spaceman in it was coming down from the sky let's be those streams through strange pays window see you again smith.
"spaceman" Discussed on KTRH
"Culture continues said it spilled over and classic rock creedence clearwater revival of course it came out of the sky about a ufo coming down out of the sky what about the alien showed up at your doorstep got your house overnight well the birds did a song about that called mr spaceman coming down no fins this morning hayes name see you again birds and mister spaceman and other strong classic rock time when i was working in radio z ninety three.
"spaceman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And mr spaceman and other song of the classic rock time when i was working in radio z ninety three was the name of the radio station at the time and yes there are a lot of alien songs that were out rushed did a lot of them we remember rush they did a lot of classic rock alien songs they were influenced by that and children of the sun that was another good song little too long for the show tonight but one son has had a resurgence because of the movie the martian actually has a guy singing it that at one time we thought was a martian and you know what i'm hoping that before he dies he actually comes clean and says hey guys guess what all the rules i am really stardust by came down and i played music and for the whole time i passes an alien and you didn't even figure it out here's david bowie was the song is being heard in the and it's amazing song there's a starman waiting in the sky on ground zero we'll be back that was.