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SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home, then launches 53 satellites

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 months ago

SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home, then launches 53 satellites

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Profitable business boosting cash flow monetizing the platform He also brought up his track record at Tesla and SpaceX SpaceX has proof of his success What do you make of that Okay From a business model perspective I believe it goes to a paid subscription model I think they'll have a free piece but ultimately that's probably a key part of the strategy going forward And in terms of some of the job cuts of some of the cost cutting I mean look this is essentially leveraged buyout The only difference is he's leveraging cash flow shares to do it So it's going to create some more uncertainty going forward It's still a long time until this closes But that's why right now for months the easy part relatively was buying Twitter the hard part is going to be fixing it Can he do it Do you think Elon Musk can do it Well I believe it's a whole other animal than it has a space Technology we're talking about social media It's been uphill battle for the last decade And I continue to believe it I think Tesla shareholders believe this is that this is going to be a herculean white challenge from Musk And I think that's why you're seeing the overhang on Tesla shares because you essentially leverage the position and pass it by Twitter and ultimately test the shareholders that are feeling the brunt of this soap opera plan out Soap opera indeed Dan Ives of Wedbush securities Thanks so much for your insights there We'll continue to watch what happens with Twitter Of course we'll be continuing to follow along the latest on Apple and Amazon results and that does it for this edition of Bloomberg technology before we go I just want to say a special goodbye to a very special person on our Bloomberg team Mallory Abel housing who has been here running the show on the floor of Bloomberg technology for ten years Ten years so almost as long as I have she is moving on to her next adventure moving to New York.

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SpaceX launches 4 astronauts for NASA after private flight

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

SpaceX launches 4 astronauts for NASA after private flight

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US intelligence satellite launched from California

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

US intelligence satellite launched from California

"A a a a classified classified classified classified satellite satellite satellite satellite has has has has been been been been launched launched launched launched into into into into space space space space from from from from California California California California aboard aboard aboard aboard a a a a SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX rocket rocket rocket rocket I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the story story story story five five five five the the the the two two two two stage stage stage stage SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX falcon falcon falcon falcon nine nine nine nine rocket rocket rocket rocket lifted lifted lifted lifted off off off off at at at at six six six six thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen AM AM AM AM Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday from from from from Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg space space space space for for for for space space space space in in in in California California California California nine nine nine go go go and and and R. R. R. O. O. O. L. L. L. eighty eighty eighty five five five U. U. U. S. S. S. national national national reconnaissance reconnaissance reconnaissance office office office described described described the the the satellite satellite satellite only only only as as as a a a critical critical critical national national national security security security payloads payloads payloads the the the N. N. N. R. R. R. O. O. O. is is is in in in charge charge charge of of of developing developing developing building building building launching launching launching and and and maintaining maintaining maintaining satellites satellites satellites that that that provide provide provide intelligence intelligence intelligence data data data to to to senior senior senior policy policy policy makers makers makers the the the intelligence intelligence intelligence community community community and and and the the the defense defense defense department department department Brandenburg Brandenburg Brandenburg says says says it it it was was was the the the first first first mission mission mission by by by the the the NRO NRO NRO two two two reviews reviews reviews a a a SpaceX SpaceX SpaceX rocket rocket rocket booster booster booster the the the falcons falcons falcons first first first stage stage stage flew flew flew back back back landing landing landing at at at a a a seaside seaside seaside base base base northwest northwest northwest of of of Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles H. H. H. one one one leading leading leading confirmed confirmed confirmed I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

08:19 min | 6 months ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"NTSB is the organization that I know of today that steps in to investigate accidents and to make recommendations to the regulatory organization so that we don't have those accidents again if we find that it's the lack of some regulation or the lack of equipment or something, you know, the NTSB investigates traffic accidents, they investigate accidents on the road, airplanes, ships, barges, if it's a transportation mode, I think the national transportation safety board should be doing the investigation of the accident. So I would let me put it this way. I would much rather have the NTSB investigating the next human spaceflight accident than a presidential commission. What's that? What's better about that? When a presidential commission is formed to investigate it, then NASA's, it will be the commercial entities will be out of business for up to two, maybe three years. And business enterprises, commerce can't tolerate that. You know, the NTSB works incrementally. So they will they will find out whatever they can to try to get the train running again, put some limitations on it, but allow it to continue to operate if we had used that when we lost challenger. We knew within days, if not ours, what had gone wrong, and we knew what to do and how not to have that kind of accident again. And we could have been flying in a matter of months instead of years the way it took, but we had to wait for the presidential commission to finish their investigation, you know, get it to the Congress to the president, get blessed, and then, you know, let NASA go do its thing. The FAA doesn't put out a hit on me now. Has the FAA interested in doing that investigation? Is that the argument? I didn't know that and again, I'm going to show my ignorance here. I was not aware that the FAA was that involved in accident investigations, my guess is one of you should help me here is that they do have an investigative arm, but I always look to the NTSB to be the organization that took the experts in within hours, if not minutes of a tragic accident and started working on finding out why. I think the first question or one of the first questions is commercial space flight, a mode of transportation. If it is or become set, then that sort of within the purview. But in this Washington Post rather article, there's a quote taken from a letter from FAA administrator Steve Dickson to the NTSB chair, Jennifer homie. And Steve Dixon said that the FAA quote has statutory authority over all aspects of commercial space launch activities. And that its authority to investigate commercial space launch mishaps as well established and codified. So that would seem to suggest the FAA thinks this is something that's in there in their ballpark. But you know, and again, I'm speaking out of ignorance here, I should know because it happened on my watch. When we lost the first cargo mission that we lost out of wallops, right off bad, we did an investigation back then it was not Northrop Grumman at the time, but it was orbital sciences orbital. Orbital loss, there spacecraft right after launch and destroyed the payload and everything it was going to station. And I don't remember the FAA being involved in the accident investigation at all. You know, once we, once we cleared everything around the pad and made sure that I think you know, I think if it is responsibility as to the public. To make sure that the launch is safe for the public. And as long as the public remains safe, then the FAA is done their duty. Even if you lose, even if you lose a spacecraft. In NTSB has a different kind of focus. And NTSB doesn't investigate every single accident. Right. You know, they take a look at what's happened and if it's a routine traffic accident, that doesn't involve the NTSB. It's generally tragic, massive accidents that show that there may be some flaw in our system, some systemic flaw or systematic flaw that, and they step in and investigate. And so you need to have the FAA administrator and the head of the NTSB come in and talk and say, yeah, that Bolden guy. He didn't have a clue what he was talking about. Hey, Charlie, it's sagang. Orbital three was the one that looked up on the ice pad. Yeah. And what you said is also true about aircraft accidents NTSB doesn't go out for every aircraft accident in the FAA. It does investigation of the really minor ones. Charlie we asked our listeners if they had any questions that they would pose to you. And so I'd just like to sprinkle a few in here as we go along. Our listener Martin Kemp sent in a few and the first one is have you been following the fortunes of the Boeing CST 100 starliner? Do you think it brings anything unique to the industry? You know, I think what starliner will do while I know one of the things that will do is it'll make us breathe easier because we'll have a redundant U.S. capability to get our crews to the station, and to lower earth orbit. So that that won't be unique because we already have the capability, but we are so sourced right now with SpaceX. So they will be invaluable addition. I'm hoping that Sierra Nevada will follow suit in another two to three years, you know, with the dream chaser because it started out as a crude vehicle and it's now going to fly its first missions for NASA as a cargo, an uncrewed cargo vehicle. But the uniqueness is in that its systems are a little bit different than SpaceX SpaceX is built to be autonomous. They don't like people messing with the controls of the spacecraft. It's just kind of Elon. And the CST 100 is built to be a spacecraft, crude by people who are there to operate its systems. And so it's a different it's a different way of doing the same thing, bringing somebody like me who's a pilot, a different level of comfort, you know, and knowing that there are ways for humans to intervene if necessary and fly the vehicle. Did you have the opportunity to meet with Elon? I did. I've met with Elon for quite a bit, both while I was the NASA administrator and I've seen him a few times. I was down for the first formal NASA mission, you know, the crew two mission and he was Elon. He's a great guy and he's a visionary without a doubt who is incredibly fortunate to have somebody like Gwen shotwell who runs the company, you know, while he's visioning, and she is an incredible people person, a superb engineer and she's built quite a team around her. So, you know, I rest very well as long as Gwen is running the company and Elon's visioning. Here's another question from also from Martin. With the influx of commercial space travel, did anything unexpected come out of it. For me, I think the unexpected thing that came out of it was that the autonomous vehicle would work as well as it.

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He won a trip to space. Then he gave it away to a friend

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

He won a trip to space. Then he gave it away to a friend

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China urges US to protect its space station from satellites

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

China urges US to protect its space station from satellites

"China China is is urging urging the the U. U. S. S. to to protected protected space space station station and and crew crew after after the the Chinese Chinese government government complain complain that that satellites satellites launched launched by by Ilan Ilan musk musk SpaceX SpaceX nearly nearly struck struck their their station station the the bar bar minister minister accused accused Washington Washington of of ignoring ignoring its its treaty treaty obligations obligations to to protect protect the the three three member member crew crew following following what what it it says says were were incidents incidents in in July July and and October October the the Chinese Chinese government government said said in in a a complaint complaint to to the the United United Nations Nations their their space space station station performed performed evasive evasive maneuvers maneuvers to to prevent prevent a a potential potential collision collision with with starlink starlink satellites satellites the the foreign foreign ministry ministry says says the the U. U. S. S. should should take take immediate immediate measures measures to to prevent prevent such such incidents incidents from from happening happening again again SpaceX SpaceX is is launching launching the the satellites satellites as as part part of of a a global global internet internet system system I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Time magazine's "Person of the Year" is Elon Musk

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Time magazine's "Person of the Year" is Elon Musk

"The the head head of of Tesla Tesla and and the the space space exploration exploration company company SpaceX SpaceX is is time time magazine's magazine's man man of of the the year year calling calling him him a a clown clown genius genius visionary visionary industrialist industrialist and and showman showman time time magazine magazine has has named named Tessler Tessler founder founder and and CEO CEO E. E. long long musk musk as as its its person person of of the the year year for for twenty twenty twenty twenty one one musk musk is is estimated estimated to to be be the the richest richest person person in in the the world world with with a a net net worth worth of of around around three three hundred hundred billion billion dollars dollars tester tester shares shares have have risen risen about about sixty sixty percent percent in in the the past past year year helping helping musk musk to to pass pass Amazon Amazon founder founder Jeff Jeff Bezos Bezos as as the the world's world's richest richest person person with with a a market market value value at at about about a a trillion trillion dollars dollars Tesla Tesla is is by by far far the the most most valuable valuable car car maker maker in in the the world world I'm I'm surely surely Adler Adler

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:53 min | 8 months ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Gift I'm just gonna put it out there It is just great conversation Yeah features conversations with Madeleine Albright Ken burns he mentioned John meacham Walter isaacson the list goes on All right so great to catch up with David on so much Right now we want to catch up with our down a hall who follows Tesla for us because shares of Tesla bouncing around today We've seen them down about 2% at their lows and we've seen them up maybe fractionally at its highs She is technology reporter at Bloomberg news She writes today on how Elon Musk signaling that the company is quote all grown up She joins us from our San Francisco We are down a good to have you here Tell us about your story and what it means for Tesla to be kind of all grown up here I mean I think what's interesting to me is that Tesla Elon Musk has always balanced his roles at Tesla and SpaceX and for the first time this week we kind of saw him say that he's focusing more on SpaceX which is kind of which is kind of new I mean he's always bounced back and forth between the two but at The Wall Street Journal conference earlier this week he said that SpaceX and in particular it's starship rocket takes up most of his mental energy these days And so it's kind of like the script has been flipped a little bit Tesla has a $1 trillion valuation seems to be going really well Electric vehicle demand is high like everything is kind of firing all cylinders and SpaceX is where he's like sleeping on the factory line and worried about these raptor engines and sending out these all hands on deck emails So it kind of reminds me a little bit of Tesla in 2018 Well Dan I don't want to draw too many parallels here but it also reminds me of Jeff Bezos and what he did with Blue Origin and his comments when he was still CEO of Amazon about how he was starting to spend more time working on Blue Origin Of course bluer is in a very different company than SpaceX at a very different point when it comes to what it's doing with reusable rockets and how far it's able to get and who it's able to carry to certain heights But does it mean that Elon Musk could perhaps be stepping away from this being CEO despite the fact that he calls it kind of a meaningless title Well I think you're starting to see him relinquish some control which is a big thing for him I mean he is by all means a very hands on executive but for example for the first time in a decade he wasn't on Tesla's last earnings call He let the CFO Zachary corcoran lead the call for the first time But then he also said that he would be back in January to be on the call again So he's not totally stepping away but just the fact that he allowed another executive to lead the call was kind of a big sign I think it's like he's 50 he's running two companies both companies have accomplished an enormous amount where he spends his time is usually indicative of where he feels his energy needs to be And at the moment it's really focused more on SpaceX Now that said it's not like the pendulum is totally swung and I think he's gonna step down a CEO tomorrow or anything like that But I think it's just a sign that Tesla's in a good place He goes where his energy is needed and he's spending most of his time now in Texas on the SpaceX stuff You know it's so funny Dan I feel like it's just like how things are with the pandemic creating a vaccine It's all rolling out in front of us I feel like that's what we get from Elon Musk If he's having a bad day or a good day or feeling a certain way like we just know right He just lays it out Yeah And I mean so do we have to be careful not to read too much into it but he's just saying this is a little tricky right now Yeah I mean I think what people admire about Elon is he's very candid I mean he's probably the most candid CEO around And some people might say that that's orchestrated are all like a marketing ploy but when he's angry he lets you know he'll and when he's when he's worried about something he makes it pretty clear what he's focused on and what he said about starship was like you know sometimes I question whether we should be trying to do this at all And so I think that that's refreshing to people I mean no one Scripps his comments He just sort of speaks off the cuff all the time but I think he is fairly honest about what he's worried about And so it's just interesting I mean the space reporters who cover SpaceX are like oh my God SpaceX has been crazy I mean to me the fact that we got a leaked email out of SpaceX saying all hands on deck I know it's the Thanksgiving weekend but I'm gonna be on the raptor line and you should come to I mean we just haven't seen an email like that for a while particularly from SpaceX Yeah that's like the kind of email that we saw 5 years ago from Tesla Dana Right Right It was like deja vu but different company Exactly Hey take us into what is going on at SpaceX right now And I know you cover certainly cover Tesla more closely but what is SpaceX working on that's so challenging Yeah so they have kind of two big projects They are trying to build out a satellite network that they call Starlink And they have about a 140,000 customers globally but they need to get more satellites up in space in order to build out the network At the same time they're working on this next generation vehicle called starship which uses a new engine called the raptor engine And they're apparently our problems with the raptor engine production line So that's kind of like front and center And then at the same time they're waiting for the FAA to give them approval to kind of expand their whole place in Boca chica and there are a lot of environmental concerns So there's sort of waiting for some regulatory approval there But SpaceX is doing well It's just that Elon is very anxious to get these next projects going He wants to fly starship and the next year and they need to fix these raptor issues Well that's what I was thinking I'm like when we look at the space industry we think SpaceX is actually doing well right He's getting the government contracts It provides some clarity down about the companies certainly financials going forward I mean you know you talk about the projects he's working out What is his longer term vision for this company Well it's always been to make life multiplanetary and to colonize Mars And so yeah SpaceX SpaceX is doing fine They're falcon 9 rocket is a workhorse They've got this incredible contract with NASA I mean Boeing hasn't flown astronauts at all SpaceX is regularly fairing astronauts to the space station But long term Musk really wants to go to Mars and this rockets starship is key to that How key is the idea of Tesla's new headquarters actually being in Texas where SpaceX is and where he spends more time in Austin Should we read into anything about hate to use the word synergies but the idea that geographically they're closer Hey man I think it's easier for him So Musk mood moved to Texas himself because his companies are sort of working on two big projects Tesla is building this massive factory in Austin SpaceX is working on starship I mean he was constantly flying back and forth between Brownsville Austin and LA Now he's just mostly in Texas which I think is much easier for him personally And there are synergies between the company I mean.

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Houses american soldiers secretary. Lloyd austin says as the us investigates the iraqi government is also being encouraged to speed up. Its inquiry the ten rockets did not kill any. Us troops but a non-military contractor died of a heart attack while sheltering austin said on abc's this week the us reserves the right to fight back against whom ever is responsible. What they should draw from. This again is that we're going to defend our troops and our response will be thoughtful. It will be appropriate. The secretary said should that strike happened the. Us will choose the time in place. Grenell scott fox news a message to iran from the. Us was sent this weekend. To b fifty two bombers flew over the middle east the pentagon says the mission was meant to deter aggression and reassure partners of the us commitment to security in the region. Something else soon to be airborne. More satellites from spacex spacex has been launching more and more of those tiny satellites that one day will provide global internet access. Another batch of sixty is scheduled to be sent up to orbit tuesday night. They'll be transported aboard a spacex falcon nine rocket from launch pad forty at the renamed cape canaveral space for station spacex is also planning on launching yet another batch next weekend. Fox's ebony brown talk about being in the right place at the right time. A corona virus vaccination site in florida had so few eligible takers yesterday that any adult who wanted a shot could get one rather than let them go to waste. The practice is actually more common than you might think. Many drugstores for example will inject pretty much anyone at closing time if they have leftover vaccine pampers outfoxing. If you're using anything other than indeed for your hiring you are wasting your time. 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Credit at indeed dot com slash fox indeed dot com slash fox offer valid through march. Thirty first terms and conditions apply. Here's a look at your weather from hop land news feed weather center. Saturday mostly cloudy gradually becoming sunny high near fifty one saturday night. Playing with light wind. Low around thirty two some day sunny with light wing during the day with a high near sixty two mostly clear on sunday night with a low around thirty nine. That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website to talk. Lands newsfeed dot com failed. The stayed together then for the rest of their lives but it prejudiced a lot of people against second division so society women from the united states marrying into the royal family and yet when this star shall i put it that way of a second or third rail. American soap opera called suits marriage into the royal family was a great deal of goodwill. I even watched that royal wedding myself. Didn't you but it very quickly turned sour. And we'll be investigating this evening. Whether or not the fact that meghan markle is mixed race. Had anything at all to do with it. Well the royals cold and unwelcoming to tahar because of her color. No have you asked the late princess. Diana who was as white as could be and go up a cold unwelcome entry into the royal family farm themselves. Well we'll be talking about that in fact we've got a poll running on it. Let me give it to you now. Do you believe meghan. And harry have been victimized by the queen a yes be no see the publicity hounds. You can vote now on my twitter feed. We'll be talking to kill more about the current political situation in the united states. Were joe biden. Doesn't now no it is getting into his stride. Does the president of the united states. He's even launching bombing raids on. Sarah meet the new boss. He's just like the old boss. And he's threatening all kinds of hose down the road for russia and china and all the fancy promises about rejoining. The iran. nuclear deal have all turned to ash in his mouth. Though now will be no american rejoining the nuclear deal least because jol just killed twenty two iranians in syria in retaliation he said for pro iranian iraqi militias continuing to far mainly harmless are american military installations in a country. They have been asked to leave by the sovereign parliament of iraq and by the overwhelming majority of iraqi. People hats off to his holiness. The pope by the way pope francis has just two of iraq in what undoubtedly was the most dangerous expedition of his papacy and he did to try and bring about reconciliation and stability in iraq. Unfortunately the united states administration headed by one of the books. Follow us is not actually taking a leaf out of his book. But then tony blair proved that you can be catholic and defy the pope. It's easy if there was blood on your hands. And joe biden now has blood on his hands just a couple of months after taking office. We'll be talking to kill at the shops of american political commentators about that. And i'll be talking to you about the british political scene. Now when jeremy corbyn was the leader of the labour party wasn't terribly successful in the though he came very close to becoming the prime minister of britain in twenty seventy but by twenty nine hundred nine the brexit issue and others had brought him to his knees and he was very convincingly defeated by boris johnson. And those that were trying to overthrow. Jeremy corbyn that was rather a lot of labor members of parliament and for rather a long time in fact from the first day that he took office always argued that anybody else but jeremy carbon would be twenty. Points ahead of boris johnson. Well there is a pole this week..

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

#hottakeoftheday

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"You know the seven of them that are left come out and say, look what are you doing like you can't give more bailouts and then at the same time, you don't want the Democrats to appear weak and say, Oh, well, we're caving to the Republican so. I think this is going to create an opportunity for both sides to come to the table again and give some stopgap measure ahead of the the election, the bigger issue now that we're starting to see. The, and this is coming to my to my original world where I come from of fx rates in commodities, rates are becoming a little bit more of a problem and it's a duration question. You're starting to see the twenty year and thirty year they've come in pretty soft, some of those recent issues and when I say soft I'm talking relative because let's be fair wearing a new or in a new era of of of lending. So when you look at it, the bid to cover was was week you started to see some of that creep and that was when the conversation about inflation started to come in and have we actually saturated the market in terms of what it can tolerate. The Fed has come in and said, no problem will just by the difference and now China's come in and said, Oh, we're actually going to cut some of our treasury holdings and we're going to. Drop as much as twenty percent of their their us. That's that that is like a quietly that is a huge piece of news that just just nobody pays any attention to China. One of the biggest buyers of our currency is going to drop twenty percent of its position. Yes, and that is an issue for not only future consumption of treasuries but I think also admits a problem within China because what is China trying to trying to pull forward dollars? So why are you trying to pull forward dollars do you? Have dollar shortage you know do you have do and if you look at the banks, they're just like our banks in terms of bad debt expense increasing in terms of balance stress in just based on poor performing loans you have very similar issue if not worse given the fact that we know things are problem. So if they're publicly saying things are a problem, we know behind the scenes they're way worse. So I think you're seeing an issue on both sides of old man, the US is gonNA struggle placing this debt. And then on the other side is why China so concerned about dollar consumption. And I think this is why you're starting to see a fear in the market of can we really continue to stimulate to maintain these levels waiting waiting for the real economy to catch up and that's why like when we've talked about in the past is gravity, Israel and I will always bet on gravity you know you can have some exuberance. You can have the things coming in inflating the market but gravity always wins and that's what I, think you're starting to see now the and I mean I. kind of I said in in my post and and people think I'm being snarky butter but I I sort of once upon a time there was an oil and gas industry the traded at seven to ten times cash flow because you were in the Permian and then people realized that it's actually about net asset value. It's not about some random multiple and I think we see that in zoom the the probably the poster child of exuberance. We're GONNA talk about your favorite company in the entire Universe Tesla. Now you know and my favorite bull argument of Tesla is that it's a bet on Alonzo's brain. Now that's a three, hundred, seventy, five, billion, dollar company, which trades north of fifteen times. Revenue makes less cars than Toyota. Like five percents of the cars of Toyota and people's bull argument on Tesla is Alon is very smart and he will solve the world's problems. Therefore, we will give them this bid that is beyond sensical and on top of that, they did a five for one stock split to somehow make it more palatable for retail investors. I'm not totally sure talk to me about what is going on with Tesla as a as a indicator of the rest of the market. So Tesla me is is is really as the way Tesla's stock trades. So will the market because I think that is the definition of a bubble stock where everyone's trying again, ben their narrative into into Tesla's like it's not a car companies tech company or it's not a hard asset company. It's a it's a software company and they're creating software and they're doing this. It's like okay, well. Where is money being generated and when you look at Tesla people forget that there's multiple businesses underneath that umbrella and you have to break out the the businesses. So you have Tesla, the car company. You have solar city the solar company. You have spacex the space company and you have the boring company. Now how many of them have we heard about how many of them have actually made money? How many of them are actually viable so you look at Spacex, spacex has done some great things they there there is operated by a woman and. it's going to embarrass me because I don't remember her name. She's fantastic. She is a visionary. She has taken many things just run with that company and his chief. Really, those fair things that were on inconceivable. Five years ago. But when you look at the total backdrop and and when I look at the total backdrop, I look at Tesla and I look at solar city. So let's take Tesla for a moment. People. Don't just sit back and say, well, it's Tesla's market. So we're just going to let them have it nets not how this works. Now now you have a situation where you have real car companies getting behind this and aggressively attacking the situation. You have your Ken Ken Tesla really stay ahead of battery technology. Can they really stay ahead of engineering? Can they really stay ahead of? The consumer and the consumer demands, and if if you look at people and this is this is just looking across the issues in terms of getting your car fixed, getting your car delivered, getting your car situated the way you want it has been a huge problem..

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It to duplicate Solly I'm Thursday he resigned Sally was like uses the words right actually had to look over the big uncle all right that is that is very very funny Sir that's a an ashtray cruising by earth I tell you a tale last yeah last weekend I did watch the the launch of of SpaceX SpaceX which I thought was pretty cool if you go to if you could like NASA dot org you could stream what is happening at the international space station so on and I think it was Sunday morning okay I believe it was Sunday morning that says I was watching I was watching the I was watching the SpaceX capsule dock with the international space station and watch the watch the door open and watched everybody in the space station greet the astronauts were coming I was like damn it it in the picture was H. D. I'm like you gotta be kidding really all my goodness I'm like it is incredible to think how far away that is and what a perfect picture we had just a pretty picture you want right now I am one person you are I can always tell about that asteroid that came close this was gets passing by yesterday's pass them by tomorrow June sixth that's tomorrow okay yeah I'm like man that that it it's are not coming close but I mean that was that was I was crazy due to hear that our earth I mean a piece of rock was planet earth that big how big is it by the way does it say exactly how big it is now there is there are signs all say to Texas or something because that would be concerning it was like three thousand feet or something I'm just I don't know what the number was I know it was a huge man I know it was like if it would hit no it would be a catastrophic event here comes by the way this is why I miss Kathy this is why we can't he wasn't here days unlike was Kathy Y. Wilson can't be on our show where's Kathy what's working what isn't it's the size of the Empire State mon twenty one that's that's concerning and how why and how it was just how wide did you know think that's eighteen feet okay okay loss a billion miles problems so just how close not that not that close like it's one more thing I know I know well remember we had the and it's I was like well that's not a real thing yeah I know it is murder Hardinge Hornets are a real thing thank you Kelly hello me well I don't know what's talking about I heard some the bottom like I'm not I'm not clicking that that's click bait it's not click bait are you serious yes yes it's true I was like oh no you just trying to get me going over to this saying this is this saying that they lease we over there I'm not gum up all important and then the big know your computer is infected right no murder Hornets are like a real thing the asteroid is tomorrow murder Hornets were like last week's news see it's this is all real talk by the way Kathy give me a Kathy but by the way tomorrow I believe I believe tomorrow is your thirtieth year anniversary with us okay ladies that is so nice of you to say tomorrow is thirty years of working here with K. away child that's right on the Colorado high school what can I buy for you Alfred right now he's looking for seeds the ground people talking bad about me going to Walmart to get seeds I was like wow man your big Bucks guy this is the way it is so I mean that's where I start you know soon I ended up buying flowers because I'm like you gotta define your roles right well by the way Kathy congradulations yeah thank you thank you for thirty years and happy anniversary and what we'll see you back here in an hour for the initials game you got it okay not me tell you something by the way it's eighteen hundred feet in diameter yeah the ashtrays eighteen hundred feet in diameter all saliva that's big that's a lot but away not tell my wife yesterday I told her I must've told or at least five times now listen you better mark please rose so it's you know what you're planning you gotta have good days when they're supposed to bear fruit when when the harvest of she planted things today she don't know what is.

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Looking for a remote place to move to perfect the moon or Mars all go here can we get about you we get a man on Mars in the next couple years going to that there's nothing there's nothing there we sent that ship up there whatever there was nothing a marginal Martians no nothing I will see them said about something here wants to go to Mars yeah your borders right about legal in Moscow yeah I mean I don't know I still I still would rather see that than just that it sent a couple of guys up to the space station with a tool box right like you know let's say to someone more interesting just or go to a different planet with maybe there's people yeah can we get a guy on the rings of Saturn cleanliness Venus number again about a hundred years from now yeah you think it'll take that long yeah I don't know how long the interim space travel and if we sent him a flu shot I'm off tomorrow well when we get there any any idea to Saturn yeah the probably I would guess maybe year a year long box let's go they'll be a long time cramped up huh in maybe maybe I can quarantine yeah but I mean you make the spaceship so more comfortable these days you know right I think at least I mean seeing what we're doing well what about Jupiter is that a possibility is check out what's going on that I get a little I think check these places out but people in even in ships can get anywhere that close to these very violent atmos storms here yeah we got a long ago that one of the the Jovian moons are the moons of Saturn for sure though those are possibilities for sort of wired we send in when these things are to achieve in my own name and stuff and and there well we haven't seen life but were there are plans to send probes to I think Titan was it one of the Saturn moons okay what do I do you know and some people are in the works okay I just I just wanna next to the SpaceX launch I wanna mission it's interesting I want some sort of sci fi thing like there's that part of our we're going to rescue somebody some sort of movie plot that's what I need in the next basics mission early okay so I don't need to be up to the space station and back that way yeah here's how many say SpaceX something of SpaceX a sex yes SpaceX SpaceX it's very similar yes yes can you have SpaceX sure that possible what do you mean is that possible of course is possible well I see these guys it's tough that you like and you guys are not going to happen I don't think right now it could get lonely but no I mean I see like you know they try to put peanut butter on a piece of bread is impossible ones in zero gravity so I don't know what it's like trying to have SpaceX and I think would be very difficult probably frowned upon as well by the people down on earth wait a second we sent you out there to fix the space station man in Europe there is that SpaceX this is ridiculous please straighten up this is insanity all right boomer NGO on the fan and the CBS sports network.

"spacex spacex" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Start to the weekend in Chicago with shootings apparently not connected to the overnight protest WGN's Roger banish has details at least six people were killed eleven others wounded from Friday afternoon into early Saturday morning fifty three year old security guard was killed at the apartment complex where he worked after he confronted someone breaking windows in the building that suspect was arrested a woman standing on her porch was shot and killed by someone walking past the building that suspect still at large Roger batters WGN news a scene of a coronavirus defiance could become a new covert nineteen outbreak A. B. C.'s Derek Dennis reports it was a wild caught on video pool party extravaganza at the lake of the Ozarks in Missouri Memorial Day weekend almost no social distancing few visible mass amid the coronavirus now the biggest fear realized word that one of the revelers has tested positive for the virus officials say the party or was likely incubating the illness before arrival and may have spread the virus to others who were there the local health department is reporting no new cases this week members of the public who may have been at the lake or asked to monitor for covert nineteen symptoms Derek Dennis ABC news much of the state of Illinois is now in phase three with governor Pritzker yesterday ending the ten week stay at home order meaning manufacturing and retail businesses can resume there will be outdoor dining and small social gatherings Chicago will be moving more slowly than the rest of the state mayor Lori Lightfoot says restrictions will be loosened next week with city offices parks and libraries to reopen in coming weeks and despite more storms in the forecast SpaceX's SpaceX's pressing ahead in its just dork attempt to launch astronauts for NASA first by a private company forecasters put the odds of acceptable conditions at fifty fifty for this afternoon's planned liftoff the first launch of NASA astronauts from the U. S. in more than a decade let's check WGN sports here's Joe Brandt the white Sox are one of ten major league teams guaranteeing to pay their minor leaguers through at least the month of June socks are promising their minor leaguers four hundred dollars a week and even promised stipends to twenty five players that were recently cut more than four hundred minor leaguers have been cut over the last month throughout the league cubs released twenty eight players this week however comes or one of the teams that took pay cuts to keep Wrigley Field employees employed through at least the month of June future of minor league baseball is also taking a hit as baseball shortened this year's draft from forty rounds to five former bears Pro Bowl safety and champion Roosevelt Taylor passed away Rosie was part of the bears nineteen sixty three NFL championship he played twelve seasons in the NFL eight.

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SpaceX and NASA gear up, again, for historic launch

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

SpaceX and NASA gear up, again, for historic launch

"Launch take to NASA and SpaceX hope mother nature will allow for a rocket to carry two astronauts into space this will be the first privately owned and operated human spacecraft to launch from the U. S. the weather is still iffy Air Force meteorologists predicting a fifty percent chance of acceptable weather at launch time after all it's Doug Hurley Hurley and and Bob Bob bacon bacon have have had had breakfast breakfast they'll they'll suit suit up up and and head head out out to to the the launch launch pad pad just just after after noon noon eastern eastern time time there there are are several several go go no no go go points points were were NASA NASA and and SpaceX SpaceX can can scrub scrub Wednesday they called it off just under seventeen minutes before launch

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello everybody and welcome back to the show my name is well Walden your host it before you get into this space x Starlink lodge. I want to let you know about my Affiliation With Amazon if you click on the link in the description and you buy anything thing from Amazon I got a tiny tiny chunk of then and it helps me continue doing these podcasts and continued doing youtube channel etc.. So if you feel like get go for it have fun. Enjoy Purchases Lincoln. The description Alps out myself helps pay rent and also helps out the show so thank thank you for that. Now let's get into some SPACEX Starlink mission okay so this thing went off without a hitch at nine around nine o'clock in the morning. It was approximately ninety six. I believe in the morning this launched off and it went perfectly the absolutely perfectly now. If you don't know what starlink is. A Starlink is a constellation of Internet satellites. So what does that mean that means that they are going to be tens of thousands of satellites that will be beaming down super high speed internet to everybody to mostly rural people so people that live kind of on the outskirts don't have access to really high speed Internet right now. They could potentially have gaming speed Internet due to this satellite constellation. And when you think about satellite Internet usually think think that okay. I've heard about it before if this cloud cover. I don't get Internet signal. It's really slow you know. There's just a lot of problems with currently but what's startling is doing is it's covering the planet with these satellites so that's not just one or two big eggs satellite sitter sending things back down to us. So that's what it's what it's like right now so everybody who has something like than direct. TV satellite internet or something like that they beam signal down from just a few satellites in comparison to the tens of thousands that are going to be covering the planet Through Starlink Starlink and the other reason this certainly could be fast is because it's in a lower orbit than current satellite Internet that providers so the pink time from the satellite to the ground is much faster therefore meaning that you can also have a very fast Internet connection. Now that sounded like I was paid by space x and STARLINK. That's not the case at all would be awesome but it's not the case now. The other thing that happened with this is the with his launch is that they caught a fairing. So they have boats out in the ocean. In when the firings of pretty much fall from the sky the object ferrings and they wanNA catch him at reuse them right so they have a boat out there. And this is a giant net on top of this boat and they maneuver the boat into position to catch these ferrings. Which is great because they save a ton of money by using these hearings and they also do? Rnd with the hearings and you know if they can reuse them great in if they can't reuse them. That's fine too. They they understand. That is not going to be a thing that they'll be able to do every single time and they haven't done it every single time the one of two bearings this time one of two so the other one didn't quite make it but the The one that did make it they are planning on doing some Some reusability with so gray thing. Save some money on the launch cost and eventually if all goes great they'll be able to catch these hearings every single time now. Another great thing is that we got some beautiful views of the Falcon nine landing out. Of course I still love you. which is SPACEX SPACEX? His giant craft in the ocean. So this is it's a big boat. Basically a big flat boat. The rocket lands on and beautiful beautiful beautiful perfect touchdown and They are going to be able to use this rocket again to check it out. They're we're going to refurbish it and took it up for another spin as far as I know If I am. I'm not exactly sure so. Don't hold me to that. I'm not sure if they unreas- this or if this is its last flight I am not odd percent so that being said I'll get some more information about that for you and and make sure that I know next time. I talked to guys exactly what happened to that. SPACEX FALCON nine rocket. Now this is two hundred and forty satellites in the air already. There's there's been. This is the fourth launch. And there's two hundred and forty satellites now in orbit and they WANNA have stable internet connectivity activity and launched Starlink as a service by the end of this year. Another cool thing about this launch is is that you know they. They mentioned about one of the satellites that they had painted with the anti reflective coating so astronomers were having were getting kind of upset about the Starlink satellites in their ruining their views. And I've seen pictures of it and it looks absolutely horrible other streaks in the sky. You know when you're looking at a specific spot in the sky. Your view should be absolutely clear in. If there's there's GonNa be tens of thousands of sidelights zooming by that at the same time so you know if there's even three satellites flying by at the same time you know there's algorithms algorithms to kind of block out those things for some satellites but if there's a ton of these things it's GonNa be tough so astronomers reached out and said we're not happy there's a ton of these satellites out there. What's going on SPACEX? We need some help. So spacex painted one of their satellites darker color to basically not reflect so the astronomers won't see them in there said era telescopes and they're still doing preliminary Checks on those are on that one satellite because they don't WanNa paint a bunch of them because you know it's kind of weird to paint a bunch of stuff and get a bunch of data immediately if the one one doesn't work so what they're doing is they're testing one said light in one. That's done that testing is done. They're going to move onto other satellites and try some other things because if this doesn't work out as well as they thought so as far as this mission goes great success gray success and spacex is going to do more of these. There's been two in January. They're going to try to do to every single month and I'm going to bring those to you every single time on my youtube channel. That's youtube tube dot com slash space news pod. Make sure to go over there right now in subscribe search for Space News Pot on your youtube APP or a desktop or wherever you view. View the Youtube so at that point. I'm GonNa say thank you for checking out the show. If you want to become a subscriber of the show that'd be awesome. Some just hit the subscribe button right now And there's other ways to donate Patriot dot com slash space news podcast and also you can go to my youtube channel YouTube dot com slash based Sousse pods. Subscribe there and you can also become a member there too if that's easier for you so that's youtube dot com slash space news podcast. We can all hang out and watch rocket launches together. There's lots live rocket launch stuff going on there so yeah that's pretty much it for now guys. I appreciate all your support. Thanks for being here and I will see you soon..

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SpaceX conducts test launch from Kennedy Space Center

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

SpaceX conducts test launch from Kennedy Space Center

"SpaceX's celebrating a successful in flight aboard test three one one zero zero this this morning morning stares stares long long from from the the Kennedy Kennedy Space Space Center Center in in Florida Florida demonstrates demonstrates the the SpaceX SpaceX grew grew dragon's ability to reliably carry astronauts to safety in the unlikely event of an emergency on as sent

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:53 min | 3 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Right you have ernest hancock concoc- declare your independence show and you click on that and you'll see list of all the shows and you clicky clicky cliquey and we made a friend <hes> it's called pocket net and some other stuff he's working on he has a he's silver a floral silver cosmetic company 'cause you gotta say cosmetics or you gotta do f._d._a. a crap for health benefits of cosmetics as medics and so we did that show that was good but also he's a list we got it got to us from corporate for and he said hey man i got nodes we're working on this pocket net you know dot <hes> pirate communication thing what up and i go all who you my new best friend so we've been working a little bit he's got some guys have become a non and doing some stuff and of like mike minds and so on so i'm like cocoa or you guys miss that then we had also <hes> what else did we have good show other stuff always every day a good show thanks to <hes> i do little work but donna donna takes care of business and we got a couple of grandkids here oh there went to queen last night i mean the real queen does cover band stuff they got a new singer singer and i haven't even heard about that yet unlike on sued jelio sue so yeah big queen fan but you know they got to go see the real queen i'm just like i want to hear all about that then i shall to you now <hes> my one of my other son's he's going to he's going camping with all the kids and san diego so nice mom and dad were you watch our german shepherd for doug one yeah i love band he's such a good dog he is really just sweet bar little ham in done dega they get along after awhile it'd probably be alright but he's just this big lumbering brin bedroom berry berry lukman i think i'll chew on that and so anyway that'd be fun all right so last night there was several things going on spacex spacex had their star hopper test that was supposed to go <hes> boca cocoa roca whatever the heck i think it's in texas but they had star hopper supposed to do a hover tasks stir is going to move a little bit and come back tethered land again they're going to do another one it's going to they're going to go up several kilometres or something and then you know land nato dip done bloom mass production we're going on to mars so it was interesting i sat there with my my grandson hey man this town about what's going on your watch it now which is probably good because you sat there forever and eventually he did come back and watch it watch it with me a little bit and he'll stand staring at this silver thing on the horizon waiting for it to go and we play checkers and we played memory game we had neil's like card you flip flip over like concentration or something and so we got to spend some time together and i get to share with you guys how the concert went now is a friend of my daughter's birthday and they got like months ago and i'm like god man i remember getting nothing like i bet you know but did it take me to see a cover band queen all the girls in the family daughters and daughter-in-law don and everything and so it was cool they can that's how i think that's what made him fans you know they listened to my show or all around the house all the time i used to have in the garage a lot of while the same stuff you here on this show you know and so they kind of got into it and then bohemian rhapsody came out and then you know the queen tour and i'm like damn it getting lived life you you know about paul paul and the other thing that alon moscow's doing yesterday it was called neuro link neuro link is a brain interface brain machine interface b._m._i. i think that's what they call and yeah brain machine interfaces right so they were doing a you know what are they going to tell us look how far we've got.

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:08 min | 3 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Eight five five four five zero three seven three three eight fifty five four fifty free as in freedom. Let's go right to the phone lines. Here. We've got a couple of callers on discord. Imax puck. What's on your mind? Hi. Okay. So I think a lot about. Like the big crises facing humanity in the century. Do you agree with it? I would like to pose a question about to do you think that we should focus on earth, and like climate change and things here on to Mars and. The question. And how would you look at that from a libertarian? What have you like? For instance, space experts NASA. All right. Yes. My answer to that to that lady's. I'd love to hear from you on this one. But I'll give mine my answer would be at this point. Ma Mars is a pipe dream where not really very close to putting people on Mars. And as I understand, it's even arguable that Mars might not even be the best choice compared to Venus Mars is only on the table, more or less. Zealand Musk's said it was I'm not saying Elon Musk is an genius that doesn't make him. Right. Every time and lots of geniuses throughout history the wrong. So I would say that the biggest problem facing the world if we're presuming that climate change is that is it ought to be handled that ought to be handled. So whether it's coming up with a carbon scrubbing equipment, something that can question carbon systems for dealing with these, you know, these these issues, I think is probably the best bet that we're going to come up with. I think if you turn the job of climate. It change over to the state over two governments. They're only going to F up that they are the least accountable organizational model that history has ever seen. And that if you turn over the biggest crisis of our century to them that you're going to see death on a scale here to four hundred imagined. So how's that? I would guess. Now would largely agree. At least in regard to keeping government out of it. But I'm also a lot of people characterize me as a fatalist perhaps. And that I think humidity is going to do whatever human like, I look at modern society in the state and all the things like that. And I said, okay, this is what humans have created by definition. And we really can't change it. Right. All the wishing in the world all the talking about the non aggression principle. And what libertarians believe in all that stuff isn't likely to change what people are going to do. I think it will. And they long run because that same those same Huma tendencies that produce the state also produced here arguing for produced us here arguing for liberty. So I think in the long run the concept of liberty will win out, and it will be automatically because people are out there pushing the ideas because the arc of human kind Benz towards peace and freedom. Is that the the argument? Yes. But any thoughts? Yes. So Mars is probably not far away enough. I'm would be afraid that the US and other states could. Reach mars. So you know, if we could get further out than that. Ideally, would eventually be able to form planets. I don't know how far away that is. I'm not a astrophysicist by any means whatsoever. That'd be thousands of years away. Yes. Well, there's seems like a long time. But in the grand scheme of things that really isn't our species has only one hundred twenty five thousand years old. Most of that time was spent running around picking seeds at a pods. Humane society is like seven thousand years old somewhere around there, archeologist or historian. But yeah, so every tear from a planet only let enter Kherson, and then have space Michels that shoot, you know, any invading forces. I that might be the best course of action as far as NASA. Versus base force. Nasa is. A federal agency. So, you know, maybe they do some good things with their branch of the military. Pretty pretty inefficient compared to space force. And I think we can demonstrate that as far as SpaceX SpaceX. Yeah. So if anybody goes to heavily subsidized though, I don't know if space x is a net tax payer text beneficiary that would matter to me as far as whether or not I would classify them as private or public. But I know that they receive a lot of subsidy. If a if a company or organization or human manages to land on a near earth object as far as I'm concerned, they can claim it as their own. They can homestead it. They can live on it, and they can exploit it for whatever resources that has how doing AmEx book. Oh, this is great because of all had some interesting points. So the the wild west. You know, that's our last frontier. That's an interesting the precarious thought and also tear for me. I don't think it's that far away and kind of implicit in the question, I think to your formation has to be a possibility. So. Spaceships right. So we only open we could create artificial gravity. Achieved by some sort of Rome that spends around and things like that. Okay. We have right now to test that very on or US government federal spaceships, so. By the way, the MIR was purchased by private organizations, the United States government shut it down. They made the Russian C I s or whatever confederate whatever independent states shut down the MIR when they had already sold it. So the, you know, the United States government had no interest at that time and somebody going and setting up in what was a libertarian state in space. So, you know, already you're dealing with governments that have no interest in freedom. Our technology is really limited as well. It may not be possible right now, given the current technology for human beings who survive indefinitely in space, but it's not going to overthrow the state anytime soon. So every anything any solutions, we have our four out of the future. I definitely think the volunteers society is going to take shape on some future planet or moon. I don't think it's going to happen here on earth because we're too close to the state is too easy for invade us in crisis. What happens if you're walking around on the moon, and you weigh one sixth is it your normal weight. I mean, don't your bones start getting osteoporosis relatively quickly and brittle and you break. I mean, we aren't a monkey that was evolved to be in space where he might be one. Are we gonna Volve another planet to be more earth like Vith? Evolution doesn't happen in a couple of generations. So it certainly does it, but how long it's going to take quite a while. With our current technology or even with technology within the next century or so to reach like alpha centauri that's the closest star, right? I don't know how humans there. I haven't either. I just have no clue I've heard that. It's possible that we can't even get outside of the solar system. Physically cannot send an object outside of the solar system that there's some kind of thing going on there any idea on that Mex puck. It sounds like you might have some insight. No astrophysicist. But I would like to go back to your Wayne. I think kind of what you were suggesting was comparing the government versus the market. I kind of like you might have been suggesting that it's actually because government is pretending solve the problem. But isn't actually doing it right there? So inefficient. It's actually like holding the market back. Right. The what the one thing I think most important to look at here. Besides whether or not climate change is occurring. And I could not tell you. I tend to believe scientists when scientists speak about the things that they say, however, there's the scientists out there called I think his name is, Ian McPherson. And he's from the university of Arizona. I think and he's a biologic evolutionary biologist who says that we only have a couple maybe two or three more years left until life on this planet becomes completely uninhabitable. I can't imagine how the kind of say that. Or did he say that? That's the point of no return because I've been watching watching and watching this guy's videos, and he's not alone. Now, he says we only have years and years enumerated in single digits until the planet is completely uninhabitable. This guy clearly seems wrong from where I sit. So, you know, there's a scientist scientists that quit his job because he wanted to start a compound and then decided the compound he was that wasn't good enough. So we wanted to come out to believes he says that the best solution that you can handle to to fix problems now is to love your neighbor and prepare for the end. So I don't know that.

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Was he lying then? Or now, I'm Chris foster, Fox News. President Trump tweets. Congress must demand. The transcript of Michael Collins new book, given to publishers a short time ago. He says the president claims the book is a love letter that contradicts Coen's Wednesdays critical testimony to congress. There were reports last year the cones book deal fell apart over his legal troubles. And now some House Republicans are asking the Justice department to bring them up on perjury charges. Michael Cohen has already pleaded guilty to lying to congress wants now some Republicans would like to add to the charges. The president's former lawyer and fixer spent three days on Capitol Hill this week testifying before three committees. And that included one day of public testimony. He accused the president of being a racist. Conman and cheat but in the process did Cohen again lied to congress. He testified that he didn't want a job in the Trump administration, but Republicans point to evidence that suggests that he did Collins attorney calls these allegations baseless. Listen calls this a misuse of the criminal Justice system, calling by the way, it's going to be back here on Capitol Hill next week to testify again behind closed doors in front of the house intelligence committee. That's FOX's Doug later in Washington. We could see the future of the American manned space program launched tonight or early tomorrow morning from Florida. Here's FOX's Evan Brown. At Chris space x is going to test fly. It's capsule intended to carry US, astronauts from Florida to the space station. This is very important trading for us to get this right for the crew flights coming up. Spacex spacex. Vice president Hans Connex men. The ship is expected this summer to take the first flight with a crew on board on contract for NASA. And it would be the first human spaceflight from American soil since the final space shuttle flight back in twenty eleven Chris Eban. Thanks Saudi Arabia has revoked the citizenship of Osama bin Laden's son, Hamza now, also leader of the L Qaeda terrorist group the State Department yesterday offered a.

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Was he lying then? Or now, I'm Chris foster, Fox News. President Trump tweets congress must amend the transcript of Michael Collins new book, given to publishers a short time ago. He says the president claims the book is a love letter that contradicts Coen's Wednesdays critical testimony to congress. There were reports last year that Coens book deal fell apart over his legal troubles. And now some House Republicans are asking the Justice department to bring them up on perjury charges. Michael Cohen has already pleaded guilty to lying to congress wants now some Republicans would like to add to the charges. The president's former lawyer and fixers spent three days on Capitol Hill this week testifying before three committees. And that included one day of public testimony. He accused the president of being a racist. Con man and a cheat. But in the process did Cohen again lied to congress. He testified that he didn't want a job in the Trump administration, but Republicans point to evidence that suggests that he did Collins attorney calls these allegations baseless and calls this misuse. Use of the criminal Justice system. Calling by the way is going to be back here on Capitol Hill next week to testify again behind closed doors in front of the house intelligence committee. That's FOX's Doug later in Washington. We could see the future of the American manned space program launched tonight or early tomorrow morning from Florida. Here's FOX's Evan Brown. And Chris SpaceX is going to test fly. It's capsule intended to carry US, astronauts from Florida to the space station. This is a very important trading for us to get this right for the crew flights coming up. Spacex spacex. Vice president Hans Connex men. The ship is expected this summer to take the first flight with a crew on board on contract for NASA. And it would be the first human spaceflight from American soil since the final space shuttle flight back in two thousand eleven Chris. Thanks Saudi Arabia has revoked the citizenship of Osama bin Laden's, son, Hamza also, a leader of the Al Qaeda terrorist group the State Department yesterday offered a million dollar.

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Why some traffic diversions for the red line construction or causing some issues issues on the mid on the north side. Also, a man shot in a shot and nearly killed on Meridian street in that same area all that and more coming up from the plumbing and heating paramedics studios. You're listening to ninety three WIBC WIBC HD one, Indianapolis, it's ten o'clock. Was he lying then? Or now, I'm Chris foster, Fox News. President Trump tweets. Congress must demand. The transcript of Michael Collins new book, given to publishers short time ago, he says the president claims the book is a love letter that contradicts Coen's Wednesdays critical testimony to congress. There were reports last year the Collins book deal fell apart over his legal troubles. And now some House Republicans are asking the Justice department to bring them up on perjury charges. Michael Cohen has already pleaded guilty to lying to congress wants now some Republicans would like to add to the charges. The president's former lawyer and fixer spent three days on Capitol Hill this week testifying before three committees. And that included one day of public testimony. He accused the president of being a racist. Conman and cheat but in the process did Cohen again lied to congress. He testified that he didn't want a job in the Trump administration, but Republicans point to evidence that suggests that he did cones attorney calls these allegations baseless. Calls this a misuse of the criminal Justice system calling by the way is going to be back here on Capitol Hill next week to testify again behind closed doors in front of the house intelligence committee. That's FOX's Doug later in Washington. We could see the future of the American manned space program launched tonight or early tomorrow morning from Florida. Here's FOX's Evan Brown. Chris SpaceX is going to test fly. It's capsule intended to carry US, astronauts from Florida to the space station. This is a very important trading for us to get this right for the crew flights coming up. Spacex spacex. Vice president Hans Connex men. The ship is expected this summer to take the first flight with a crew on board on contract for NASA. And it would be the first human spaceflight from American soil since the final space shuttle flight back in twenty eleven Chris thank Saudi Arabia has revoked the citizenship of Osama bin Laden's son Hamza now, also leader of the L Qaeda terrorist group the State Department yesterday offered.

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"K two five nine AJ. Austin ninety nine point seven. Was he lying then? Or now, I'm Chris foster, Fox News. President Trump tweets. Congress must have man. The transcript of Michael Collins new book, publishers a short time ago, he says the president claims the book is a love letter that contradicts Coen's Wednesdays critical testimony to congress. There were reports last year the book deal fell apart over his legal troubles. And now some House Republicans are asking the Justice department to bring them up on perjury charges. Michael Cohen has already pleaded guilty to lying to congress wants now some Republicans would like to add to the charges. The president's former lawyer and fixers spent three days on Capitol Hill this week testifying before three committees. And that included one day of public testimony. He accused the president of being a racist. Con man and cheat. But in the process did Cohen again lied to congress. He testified that he didn't want a job in the Trump administration, but Republicans point to evidence that suggests that he did cones attorney calls these allegations baseless and calls. This misuse of the criminal Justice system calling by the way, it's going to be back here on Capitol Hill next week to testify again behind closed doors in front of the house intelligence committee. That's FOX's Doug later in Washington. We could see the future of the American manned space program launched tonight or early tomorrow morning from Florida. Here's FOX's Evan Brown. Chris space x is going to test fly. It's capsule intended to carry US, astronauts from Florida to the space station. This is a very important trading for us to get this right for the crew flights coming up. Spacex spacex. Vice president Hans Connex men. The ship is expected this summer to take the first flight with a crew on board on contract for NASA. And it would be the first human spaceflight from American soil since the final space shuttle flight back in twenty eleven Chris Eban. Thanks, thirty Arabia has revoked the citizenship of Osama bin Laden some Hampson. Now, also leader of the L Qaeda terrorist group the State Department yesterday offered a million.

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:11 min | 3 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But I'm back here. Bob tests. Swing into action about NASA. And it strikes me as an. Amateur reader of space rocketry and this success since Sputnik some more than sixty years ago. It strikes me that we're always advancing or rewarding those who advance. So this story puzzles me NASA is looking to hire Russia for I s s flights now. Bob, rush has a broken program. They're out of money, their quality control doesn't exist. And NASA has the ability right now to choose commercial space as a transfer from the earth to the s so why are they hiring Russia? That's my amateur question. Good evening to you. Bob. Good evening, John. Well, my amateur amateur answer would be that the NASA bureaucracy, and the Washington swamp that supports it and the bureaucracy the supports NASA that swamp. Prefers Russia and sending money to Russia, then helping American private companies they have more allegiance to the bureaucracies of roscosmos, and they have two independent private American companies. I also bowl statement. But I haven't seen anything to make me use me of that. 'cause you know, I've been talking repeatedly for several years now about how Nasr's bureaucracy and its safety Powell, we'll get to would safety battle have been slow walking the development of the manned capsule being built by Boeing and Lockheed Martin and more than slow walking that they have been actually acting as a. Blockers like in football to do anything. They can to stop it from a curry. And so because of that Nationale faces by the end of this year difficulty, they won't be able they won't have any more. They don't have any Russian contracts to launch astronauts ISS, at least the moment. And so their face. They won't have any way to get there. Astronauts onto ISS they did announce while you were gone John that they were going to stretch out the last two missions in twenty nine teams. So that they can use the saw us seats that they paid for through April of twenty twenty. But now this suggesting that there was an announcement that they're considering buying more Soviet astronauts flights from Russia at least two more, and what that would give them the ability to continue to get the ISS without using American capsules would allow them to continue to slow walk and block the American companies. That's what this would do. Now there. Doing this. As you mentioned the Russian problems. I wanna just emphasize we had a Soviet launch abort last year with humans onboard. Fortunately, it almost hurt and we also had someone in the Soviet in Russia in the Soyuz. Assembly building drill hole in a man's caps. Yes. And that is not solved that drill sabotage that Russia has still not explained or solved. So that means the possibility of it happening again is so NASA is going to trust people who drill halls and can't explain them rather than trust SpaceX, which has got a spacecraft ready to go. That's right. That's exactly right. And it's b-. I gotta tell you while you were gone, John. I was not a bunch of different shows. And I was writing about this. And I can't tell you how angry this makes me that. This is a perfect example of our swamp, the Washington corruption that has no interest in the interest of our nation. They are not interested roscosmos roscosmos is troubled. Nobody denies it. Why do you take your business and pay them a lot of money? This is not we're not getting a discount here. Why did you take your business to a troubled company where? You've built in a catastrophe. There is a task ahead of us. If they only one reason, and that's the you'll loyalty to them more than it is the United States. And this brings me Mr. Trump, President Trump, our American I guy I mean, this is a perfect example of why he should step in and say, hey, NASA, you gotta speed this up. We'll take some risks without Merican companies. It's better that the business is in America. And it's worth the risk. Stop being an obstacle to American chief. That's what should happen. But I haven't seen any action on this. And he's so what we've gotten status political gamesmanship. That's favoring a foreign power over American citizens and their company. Spacex SpaceX has problems more than just the slow walking of the man writing of dragon. It also has a dispute running for a long time now with you L A what's the beef, Bob? Well, okay, there are actually two stories here and they're both related. Each other. I think this ties in to a certain extent in the corruption in the manned space program at in in with say sex and NASA NASA about a month ago. Nasa awarded a launch contract to you allay for launching their Lucy asteroid mission in twenty twenty three well in the past week SpaceX filed a protest against that contract. Which by the way, was for almost one hundred fifty million dollars stating very clearly that they could do that mission out of dramatically lower cost, and it's pretty obvious. Yes, they could. And so they're saying that NASA has unfairly gave an award to accompany it shouldn't get and it's challenging the award. And now that's this challenge came after. The military. The military inspector general announced that he was going to review the Lawrence certification that the air force gave to SpaceX a few years ago, which makes no sense at all because has been has already launched two things for the military. It's completed forty successful launches in a row since its last problem, and that launched certification was followed the rules far as I know why suddenly open this investigation now, and it's also tied in to another story where to California lawmakers Diane finds Feinstein Senator and congressman Kevin Ken Calvert, how have sent a letter to the air force calling for an independent independent review of the air force is launch. Procurement strategy because they all they issued a half a billion to a billion dollar development contracts to all of space Xs competitors to develop a next-generation rockets, but none of the money to SpaceX. Now, SpaceX is indicated they want the money, but nonetheless that they they're asking for an investigation of the apparent bias of the F was against SpaceX all this together. Say John is a gigantic war going on. We didn't that swamp that disgusting. Swap that doesn't really care about the interests of the nation. But is now fighting for power between these various big space and new space company. There's serious money involved, Bob, and there's a transfer of the old way of of dealing with government and the new way which is SpaceX. So we're dealing with a transition. That is not only the swamp, but generational Bob generational. Paulie, MAC, John. But you know, what what's happening? Spacex is being captured by that swamp because that playing this game of power politics to try to protect themselves. They have no choice. But what that ends up doing is poison you because the focus SpaceX is always had up to now entirely build rockets, do it cheaper, faster, and smarter and cost less, and so therefore you build customer base. But instead what they're doing. Now is they it appears that. I hear that the intelligent approach to business will go down hill above the puzzle. In addition about money in all directions. And we care about money is that there is money in commercial space, if you're transparent and straightforward to the public. I mean, this is rocket engineering and taking risks where we acknowledge all of that. There's one man who is upset me from the beginning. And his name is Richard Branson. He's not an American citizen is a British citizen. So he has a different way of doing things. And he's and he believes in boasting. I understand all that. But really, Bob, I'm I've I've made it very clear for some time that I don't want to news do news about Branson. But this story I like Bryant's needs money. Why? Well, all right. So he's got to space companies one they used to be one. But because one is failing. He's separated the one that out that might succeed so companies virgin, galactic, convergent it. I watch is what he's been saying. For the last decade. He's going to fly in space on a sub orbital mission. It only weeks months, of course, another. That's happened. You make that same promise. Again, just a few weeks ago. He's gonna fly before the end of this year. I don't believe it, but he needs, but he backed out of a billion dollar investment space Dooley had with Saudi Arabia recently because he was horrified by their actions having to do with Chris Shoghi the man that they killed in there. And and I'm not going to get into the politics of that particular thing, but Branson decided he was gonna virtue signal and said I'm pulling out of that deal because I think it was horrible Saudi Arabia has done. Well, having gotten out of the investment deal discovers the for both the virgin galactic and his more successful likely to be successful company. Virgin all day, you need the capital he needs anymore. Now, I should mention what virgin virgin is essentially a new small set rocket company. They're gonna use an app. Elaine has that first stage a small launch to put small south satellites into orbit. They've got a bunch of contracts and expect to do that I launch and just a matter of months, I think actually they're likely to make some money there because there's this boom going on in small Saturdays at meet these rockets, and this is one of them. Online, but they don't. And so he's asked to raise. What is it a lot of money he wants to get at least two hundred and fifty million, and he's and he's saying people can invest either or both of these two companies, and I wouldn't be surprised if he gets money for Bertrand all of it because they really at the cusp of a renaissance in the positions. Well, and they've shown that they can get it done virgin galactic, but Bob, Bob like roscosmos, why take your business to someone of questionable transparency when there's so many other choices for Smalls for investing in small sat companies. Well, there are a lot of people that don't I can't believe that any major investor out. There is not aware of the questions having to do with virgin, galactic. So that's why I do not expect them to raise any money for virgin, galactic stage. I do expect them. I think merging orbit the a good look at that. Company will say, yeah. This possible possibilities there. It's worth investing in Branson insists that the money goes to both or none. I don't think we'll get a dime. And that's where we stand right now. This I think virgin galactic is on the verge of death right now. And this is the first now, you not only verdict here you've heard it here for years years Branston is always promising as by the end of this year by the middle of the year by the beginning. We're going back years and Brad Branson is not the sort of promoter..

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"spacex spacex" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"spacex spacex" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Years to start a movement to impact. Millions of lives is purposes to ignite souls to step into their calling. So that's incredibly powerful AG has been part of several movements including the spread of the sushi movement in North America, which is pretty fascinating and building over one hundred schools in Guatemala. He's currently creating building an advising dozens of movements throat is community on the world's toughest issues is clients. And the movement makers community have been featured on. In the New York Times bestseller list, Ted and many more. He's a genius in creating practical and tactical solutions to create fun, easy and profitable, speaking training, coaching businesses. So it's great to talk with you today. Like, I said and you've done so much. You've got so many projects. And and I just love this. This thing where you're empowering one thousand leaders over the next ten years where are you in that journey? How many leaders do you feel you've already empowered while? So were over. Were about ten percent over the last ten years, but right now, currently working with about forty forty right now actively and so what I expect is that will get over the hundred Mark this year at been pick up steam as well us that we could hit that thousand as well to empower leaders because when all is said done people look up to leaders when the problems or challenges or Versi arises, you know, unless one is in back leadership mindset, people looking who we follow who's in charge. And and I think it's really important to have not only just leaders step up, ethical leaders and leaders with integrity leaders who are not ego based leaders, but servant leaders who are looking for the good of the whole. So these leaders are mostly coaches for people in business is that true on day are into it's it's a mix. Of their some like, some of them are coaches, others are business owners, their CEO's of high tech companies web technologies that can change the planet in terms of us, some of the pieces regarding climate change or protecting the waters uh. So so we do have a couple we have like two segments. We have one which is the grassroots movement. Were we work with lot of speakers coaches and trainers, and this is where we're educating new paradigm. So I helped build them out and shoot the paradigm through education. So, and that's the grassroots movement that we have is stashed companies who have products services or technologies that could really change the game in how things are done. Just like how SpaceX SpaceX is not a client of mine, but you know, they changed the game in incentive having NASA pay hundreds of millions of dollars for these rockets or shuttles. They do it. For fraction the cost of those. Some of the companies that I- buys. There are a ton of them. But I'm selective of who. I choose the ones that are projects that are seem most exciting or interesting impactful while. So there's some interesting projects one is why can't some of it is I wish I could share some of the nondisclosure ready measures and things like that. But let me just share with you. There's some pieces that can tell some of the technologies that working with can help with all the natural disasters. Around. You know, you're in Canada and North America, there's more wildfires more teens more earthquakes more things going around. I understood is technology there..

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spacex: SpaceX is said to seek $500 million loan via Goldman Sachs

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:16 sec | 4 years ago

spacex: SpaceX is said to seek $500 million loan via Goldman Sachs

"Details coming up on SpaceX. Sources say Elon Musk's rocket company SpaceX is seeking of our five hundred million dollars in the leveraged loan market. Those same sources say Goldman Sachs is leading the talks from potential investors this week spokespeople for SpaceX and Goldman

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