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"thiokol" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"thiokol" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"It contracted the O rings around the solid rocket booster, which were made by a company called Morton thiokol. How do I know? Because one of the guys I went to school with was an engineer at Morton thiokol. And so when that took off, it allowed the gas to escape out the O rings and blew the thing up, but you know what? Everybody ignored the red flags, and this what just gets me is how could they ignore the red flags with all of this activity going on what Los Zetas were done? It just tells me what's more important to people is getting that promotion like you said, Steve, the career case, getting that career case. Than it is taking care of the safety of your own agents. You know what? And let me just tell you right now. When you're doing that, you are not a fucking leader. That's not what a leader does. You've got to look out for your people, especially you're in a war zone like that. That's got to be your priority. What are you called this guy blue 52 in the book? He sounds like this is a first grade horse's ass. Yeah, he just did not know, they just, you know, and I say, listen, people get put in different positions for whatever reason because your Friends with whatever. I actually don't have a problem with that. I just rather you say when you get to that position, I don't know what the fuck I'm doing. I'm gonna ask somebody. Okay. All right, I will tell you. We'll tell you how it rolls here in Mexico. We'll tell you how it rolls and you cooperate with us. We'll let you. But don't come in here pretending that you know how to do it and run the show. What happens when you get an agent killed the line of duty because you pretend to know. So not only did you have the inability to say you don't know, now you're pretending to know and making decisions on your pretending, oh my God, that's a deadly combination. Yeah, and as we've seen and you're getting ready to tell us about this. Yes. So let's start setting the context for that now. So the 14th comes and goes basically, do you get the chance to go out to Valentine's dinner with your wife? Do you get to have any family time? No, it ruins the plans. I meet special idea behind us apart that afternoon. We exchange numbers. I asked them come to my apartment tomorrow morning at 6 30, so we could take off. And by the way, we skipped a lot of challenges and to the fact that I asked my supervisor to call the deputy attache, which is his supervisor, get him out of the office and tell him listen. These are all the intelligence we're hearing. We're telling you this is not right. He came out and said, and I quote, I have no idea I have I'm unaware of any security issues in the country of Mexico. Heaven forbid he calls the artist 52, the deputy attache I'm unaware of any security issues in Mexico. Now it's freaking 75 feet from him. How in the how do you say that when the whole country, right? It's the whole country. Absolutely. Is a security issue. It's a critical level for that score by the State Department, just like Baghdad. Well, that Afghanistan is sitting in Kabul going..

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"thiokol" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"thiokol" Discussed on WGN Radio

"5 four 6 two 6 with Kevin cook author of the burning blue the untold story of Christa McAuliffe and NASA's challenger disaster Now there is one story that has been told a great deal but I mentioned in the beginning of my reporting of the first post challenger shuttle launch and I was looking for the solid rocket boosters as they were towed back into port after having been dropped from the shuttle I was looking for burn marks on the boosters And we learned of course after the fact that because it was a very cold day at cape canaveral that those solid rocket booster O rings had held the various pieces together those rocket boosters Those two pencil like objects on either side of this shuttle those white pencil like objects are not one piece They are several pieces that are joined with joints and they were held together with what were called O rings Acting like a seal And in cold weather they didn't seal And as a result one of the boosters burned a hole into the massive liquid fuel tank and that's what caused the problem And again there apparently was great pressure to get this up and what lessons did we learn Kevin cook about not hurrying something that was not even then a routine thing You don't go into space as a routine thing That's well for it And that's exactly what was believed about shuttle flights at the time that they were routine that it was almost boring Jerry Seinfeld had a routine which he said on The Tonight Show that he asked all our shuttle flights still going on and what they need to do is make them exciting maybe put someone on there who doesn't want to go The commander dick scobee told Christa McAuliffe that he was pleased that she was on board because that was going to get them back on television The shuttles had become routine to the degree that there were more than a dozen lined up teed up for launch later that same year is scheduled pressures were mounting constantly There had been scrubs including an embarrassing one having to do with a bolt and a hatch that you could have replaced with a bolt from the local hardware store but there's not a local hardware store close enough to the launching pad So the launch itself was pushed off for another day National television commentators are calling it yet another embarrassing scrub and embarrassing delay for NASA the president is going to give his State of the Union speech that very evening and would have had a chance to either wave to the shuttle as it passed over or congratulate Christmas and the other astronauts for their success So there were NASA's managers none of this was shared of course with the crew which was terrifically unfortunate They were not brought into decision making about whether to launch or not on the coldest day in memory and around cape canaveral They were not told that there had been a teleconference the night before between the engineers for Morton thiokol It's a contractor that made those rocket boosters that you mentioned They white pencil like boosters that provided most of the thrust that's going to send the ship up into orbit The engineers at more than a call said don't launch in that cold weather And they were eventually overruled because managers told them how important it was that they launched take place on schedule and that they would need to prove that the challenger would explode if they went ahead with the launch You can't prove a negative like that Eventually the engineers gave in and of course as horrified as the rest of the country perhaps even more So when the disaster occurred the next day One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo and 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 as we talked with Kevin cook who has written the burning blue the untold story of Christa McAuliffe and NASA's challenger disaster Now that there are others aboard we'll talk about Christopher mcauliffe in a moment and there's much about her rich detail in the book the burning blue But let's start with the two pilots as pilots go pretty hot shot pilots right They were dicks go over the commander was one of those aviators that other admiring colleagues said he could land a paper airplane in a hurricane Mike Smith was another combat veteran both had flown during the Vietnam War Smith was one of those spells who would land a plane on a aircraft carrier with just a hundred yards or so before the tumble off into the ocean They were referred to as red hot flyers in the Chuck Yeager mode Terrific leaders and they were the kind of men that certainly don't panic in even in the worst conditions they had been trained So well and so many times that I'm utterly convinced that they behave coolly as astronauts are expected to do in the direst circumstances and did try to regain control of the craft after as it turned out to be impossible to do but I believe that they both tried They were the ones in the flight deck with the panoramic view I think you mentioned voice transmission right after the explosion and for many days thereafter people thought that the last words heard from challenge are where roger go and throttle up from commander scoby It was only later when the crew cabin was recovered that there were there was a little bit more routine conversation and then actually the last that anyone heard it from challenger was pilot Mike Smith sitting on the right hand side of Scobie closer to where that right hand rocket booster that caused the explosion.

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SPACE FARCE

Ground Zero Media

05:39 min | 1 year ago

SPACE FARCE

"Days ago. We observed the thirty fifth anniversary of the space shuttle. Challenger's bush in the killed seven brave astronauts and a chance to actually get into that. I just thought it kind of bring the room down and it would it. Would basically a habit gets reflect back on the failure that the shuttle program eventually became. I'm man i'm and it's arguable. That the shuttle missions were a failure but it just Conversations before with people who said it's the equivalent of taking a bus out of the garage. Hang around the earth a couple times. That's all it was but you know it was interesting. At least the space program had something going on at the time. And i thought it would. I even met a shuttle astronaut Good guy Just that by the time We had a conversation on a cable channel about moon landing in. I didn't like each other afterwards. And i i didn't. I didn't wanna cause trouble with him. In fact he was just an amazing astronaut. Let's astronaut my god guys space. You know pro. You know again. I look at astronauts. It's like i. I'd look at a veteran. Or i look at a soldier who fights. I mean they got more than i do. I sit studio. And gripe all the time but i just you know. I was amazed by The he was not my first astronaut. I've met a few Never met buzz aldrin or ordeal armstrong. Or anybody like that. A few shuttle astronauts. I've i've met a former nasa. Well no i interviewed chuck cernan but i was never. I interviewed him over the phone. So i i don't know i just have an affinity for space i i i love it because of course i love the topic of aliens. Ufo's avi lopburi more. We come on. Space travels amazing. I mean we'd star trek star wars. These are things. I really like And you know noticing too. I grew up in utah. Where more than fire call was twenty miles away thirty miles away from where i lived and this is where the rings were made for the space shuttle program of course the failed challenger explosion was because of the ordering problems were more than thiokol and only two failures in the whole space shuttle program where people were killed. Astronauts were killed. No real new information though. That was out there and You know and we kept being promised this was just you know the shuttle program was going to be used to not only take the bus out for a dry but it was also going to be used to go to the space station and bring astronauts food and stuff and now well for the longest time we were contracting russia. We're having a deal with russia to send astronauts to the space shuttle to the space station to well actually said food to the space as well and i thought why are we relying on russia in and this whole nonsense about how russia was our enemy and everything. They're our enemy. Why are they helping us with our space program. Just didn't make any sense. But yeah i mean looking back at our field. Space programs is important. Indicate that president. Barack obama crippled dass his efforts to send astronauts beyond low earth orbit. When obama came into office. he didn't want a number of other. Presidents have done to determine their goals for nasa. He formed a presidential commission to study the space agency and then he came up with some recommendations so he you a committee the committee. You basically. you're saying well. I think there are far more important things. We need to invest our money. And so i'm gonna cut your budget. You know basically what area. We're gonna bring you altogether. Cut your budget. So you're going to have to deal with you know whatever that's all it's been cutting budget and budget cutting and and And so that's why you have now space x that's why you have You know these other companies visas and others who want to do space because you know space has been neglected. The budgets have been neglected in our government for some time but we had a lot of conservative presidents like george w bush and of course donald trump. Who said yeah. We're all the speech program. Let's get it going. And the reason why is because there's brooke obama once said and this is one of the reasons why he basically said no to you know exorbitant budgets for space. He says well. You know spaces. In america. First issue. And we should be more universal. We she wore. We wore worldly with our concepts in our conquest of space. We need to do you know we didn't do it all together as a world. It's a it's a world bring people together in a world government or world philosophy. I think reagan kinda hinted to what he said. You know our differences worldwide would vanish. We were facing an alien threat from outside of this world but that was an alien threat. That was the idea that if there were aliens out there wanting to eat us then we would certainly band together as a group. I mean that's what independence day was all about right. See the independence day. Movie or armageddon were nasa saves the day. You know it's time and time again. We get told it. Our space program is amazing. Well yeah they do amazing things. But it's not as amazing as it used to be. I mean lockheed. Martin ceo norm augustine Headed up the augustine commission during the obama administration actually was named after maga sanofi headed up with the. It's called the augustine commission and basically they returned with a set of recommendations after few wants convening during the obama administration so the commission found the program then in existence project constellation was not execute under any reasonable

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"thiokol" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"thiokol" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"These a million times better so many comic on that card to yes. Yes yes yes thank you thank you thank you. It comes to the comic. That was done by. Dc now the marvel the stories comic affirmative crack was marble. So it's just kind of funny that The but were were trying to number. Were starrier sold by Tomi America or they sold by really licensed through like Hasbro. I don't tell me okay. I think I think they brought over with only brought him over as Tomi at the time. But yeah so yeah but this is produced by DC. Now the art the Rx Miller. It's not the name on. It isn't Listed the artist but it like the guy that did the art at least four in the eighty two eighty three Atari force and I don't remember that was but it looks similar to that guy's art and I didn't care enough to look it up but The Guy who did that at least one of the guys who did that. It looks similar to his art and beat around the same time frame. A couple other things like I'm like I'm not like running to the story day. Keep in mind. Stay at home but The wife has gone out several times. I've gone out a couple of times. But when she goes out I have her because I miss buying things toys for me so she had to make a trend runs a dollar general and I said Hey I always look for Creole. Krio stuff and I don't. I don't think I have the Graham. Lock but it's They have all of them. I don't I've been sparing with these but it's the one that transforms you build it and you can transform back and forth between a robot to Dinosaur and these are cheap and I don't remember if had it or not. The last time I talked about him I said I don't remember if have them or not but it's the Crayon side swipe. I'm pretty sure I have. The GREMLIN can a couple of years so I didn't get them but I had her get me this one. And it's the these are the ones that like to deluxe crayons. They have all the extra stuff that go with them and come in three deco each or something. Yeah let's hear a couple of things so of course I got the voyager figures from The worker series The wife had went out this weekend to get Provision in course. I cut her liver transplant stuff. They had she got me some clearance rescue robot heroes so a heatwave medics dot but bumblebee and actually really like moby a Dune buggy sort of thing. It's just a nice Just nice looking vehicle so I got that. Oh Oh yeah. So she picked me up. Seemed TRIP A. This was Ben. This has been like I mentioned before but hammer bite from cyber verse flipping love this toy except for the transformation so I was in the car. So we've been doing like this. I don't know how you put it. We'll take the kids out in the car and just drive around And then drive back home just so that we can say that. We've not been stuck in the House all day so when I took this with me in the car when we were doing a a drive down the road and I had The instructions out and I. It took me like twenty minutes to transform this thing just because it's so because it's so fidgety. And it took me forever to sort of figure it out unlike other like I transformed impeach forty four without the instructions but I couldn't transform this thing about the instructions but it's it's a nice little toy I can find it. It's worth it and I just love his face and I loved that has an articulated jaw but the thing I wanted to talk about this week when things off with is I got the ultra magnus leader class toy from the net flicks where for cyber trump series. Who needs to make Cape for that and I have not opened it I'm going to spoil myself. And Yes yes yes. People are posted pictures of this thing online and everybody says it's ugly and Garish. But like you heard my knife but You know until you have the thing in my opinions been changed. Many times destroyed that Don shares every week about That iron hide the mass. Resigning hide figure. It looked bad until we had it in hand and I threw my somewhere. That's not safe to do Brian. Well it wasn't open. I think have a pair of scissors here did okay. I'm just GONNA RIP IT Open List. Just rip this thing This is the slots spoil this. It's got like a little seal on it. So this is a shape kind of like on an ammo box or something. Yeah there's no window on it so I'm just GONNA turn open. I'd I don't say boxes anyway. So here's a report. WanNa be surprised when they spend sixty dollars on? An item from this store does interesting point there. Someone here okay. There's a window. There's a window that you can't see crap into There but it's the plato stuff. Plato how I I didn't even rise there was pleader stuff in this. It's it's compound. Let's pull the figure out and see if it's ugly person that mine is actually figure. It looks like it's putting backwards. I is that part of the spoil. Part of the No I don't think that's right. So who yeah? It's not okay. I think he looks okay. I actually like it in person better than the photos good. I'm glad someone likes those There is something I don't know what there is. It's not as bad as I. It's not as bad as I thought but that that being in there backwards just odd. I wish it was a clean deco. Yeah that's true wrong is an interesting color. Yeah I don't necessarily know why he's that color. I guess we need to watch the show to understand but died for five seconds and gets killed whalers Let's see here. I'M GONNA open up this compound. And what the hell it is Brian. Yes I was trying to be subtle about this. And do it through the skype chat but maybe adjust your microphone a little bit. I believe forgetting your breath is oh yeah. I'll fix it in post anyway. Okay yes but we still listen to it now. I run up because I assumed that it would be like you know it would bother him a lot having to edit around that for three or four hours. It's easy for me because it's all on one channel. Okay I Apologize Okay Life. What does it transfer? What does the transplant need with? Plato Oh wait. It's hiding. Enter John Cubes. I believe yes. I thought that was like the LID for it. No it's literally just like Plato. It's literally just a container. That HAS BLACK PLATO IN IT. I love snow of Plato. Plato does have very relaxing. The right word but it's very Interesting yeah the inner John Cubes Cut. This is so stupid. Yeah the cubes do at least come in a plastic envelope with more plato inside. No it's not the phone that's that's convenient and kind of silly to be you know supposedly buried in pilot so stupid. I understand what they're going for because I have seen occasionally at walgreens these little blind box toys were you excavate little treasures or a little monster figure into whatever and I think that's a really NEAT IDEA. But if that's what you're going for and you could do things with that within transformers context you could make an interesting. Little Line of many figures are accessories or anything in the world to do that. Just make those blind boxes. Don't just you know half asset and put it in a in a sixty dollar place at for reasons? So Captain Rufus says that they were making edible. Plato that tastes good it smells. I'm going to eat it. Technically Plano is edible product. I mean it's on toxic maliciously on Fox like yes. Can you actually eat it? I mean well. Yeah it's it's not made out of anything. That's not like sort of food products. I'm GonNa Throw it away because I don't WanNa give to the kids. Yeah it'd be a bad idea. Probably what I'll just do is put it like in his book bag and put it in my Desk drawer and when I feel bad. I'll open it up and sniff. I literally. I literally did that at work. I had a top of plato that I kept desktop network that I would occasionally pull out and sniff. I'm not even joking interesting idea. Yeah Okay I'm done. Let's get in the news that took a while. Yeah no not you. Not You specifically just like the whole process wild. It was me specifically to so. Let's talk about news related stuff. Oh boy yeah. So we have a couple of items talk about The News Desk Ninety two are Hasbro generation selects. Well Ninety one numbers you're right. I'm looking at right now as well. I was looking down here. Basically three things Popped up. This was what toys R. US in Japan Japan or Canada. Okay so I don't know where I don't know what channel this specific incident came through because a bunch of information was redacted out of it the reason that Iran because it basically wind up with information previously that came from Toys Earth candidate inventory system because So basically what? This is three of the things that were on a big list of leaks. A couple months ago are in here and now have shipping windows basically so it's generation selects X.'s. Exhaust Grease pit and Hubcap Which are all do? Wait this summer I think August August and September respectively So in the news article I kind of go over what it means what there's going to be what to expect from him. Cetera AS BRYANT. Getting high off his plate over there Exhaust of course will be a wheel. Jack and exhausted the thing. I'm most interested in personally just because of the hold masterpiece exhaust disaster a few years ago. Exhaust is the one. I'm least interested in because it's just going to be that wheel Jack Mold white again. Yeah with the DECO so that they don't get Philip Morris again. Yeah it's GonNa take a much more interesting use of that for generations have been slicer. Yes yes I don't think you're wrong. I just like in the context of what we're actually looking at here though. I'm just interested most by this to see what they do with it. Because it's not gonNA look like moreover a wheel Jack it can't I mean we've been down this road already. Well I mean the basic colors can stay the same. All they have to do is take the Marlboro Markings of it. Yeah Yeah I mean all. All they did was change a couple of vague shapes on the masterpiece. One that's exactly right. Yeah but even in that case Hasbro Asia declined to distribute it. Because of the Philip Morris thing point they did then I I just I don't. It's going to look like the thiokol toy. Look exactly like it by any stretch. I'm sure we will be able to draw the lines that led to whatever this exhaust is GonNa look like but I think it's going to be.

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"thiokol" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The Morton Thiokol factory built for all segments filled with powdered aluminum fuel and Imodium per Carly that's oxidizer at the launch site the fuel segments were assembled vertically feel joins containing these rubber O. ring seals were installed between each fuel segment yeah I didn't know that I don't think most of us knew that I think we look at those big rocket boosters we thought that was just one big piece and it turns out no it wasn't it's multiple pieces and it's held together by these rang these rubber O. rings will they were never tested in the extreme cold on the morning of the large the cold rubber became stiff and that meant that the joint was not fully sealed as the shuttle ascended one of the seals on one of the booster rockets open enough to allow a plume of exhaust to leak out you got hot gases bathing the hall of the Cold external tank full of liquid oxygen and hydrogen and finally the tank ruptured and that gave me the explosion seventy three seconds after liftoff about nine miles up the shuttle got torn apart by aerodynamic forces going by the way about eighteen hundred miles per hour at the time then you see in the famous video I we've all seen it a hundred times the two solid rocket boosters continued flying but NASA the range safety officer he detonated them by remote control they have that ability to do that the crew compartment got up to about twelve and a half miles high and then free fell in the Atlantic Ocean you can imagine how that ended for those for brave astronauts that was the challenger explosion and I guarantee if you were alive then you remember where you were that was one of those events everybody has one in their life his generation it was the assassination of JFK maybe the assassination of Martin Luther king and Robert Kennedy nine eleven challenger explosion you know we get those kind of moments in life and you can remember everything that took place that day comes back to you all right so there you go that's trending topics coming up there is panic in the Democratic Party not over impeachment but over something else that may gain even more momentum next week they're really scared about this bill Jackson looking to travel on five seventy Kayla it's sponsored by staples in the Lewisville on I thirty five E. north.

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"thiokol" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KOMO

"Most. Carleen Johnson has details. State Representative Jerry Paulette who sponsored the Bill told cross cut they don't track opioid overdoses at public schools. But they know students are abusing prescription drugs and some are using heroin, the company that produces Narcan has offered up free doses of the opioid reversal medication to high schools. They do that across the country Representative Paulette said it's not difficult to administer either anyone can resuscitate someone with Narcan. It is incredibly easy. It is simple really doesn't require much training, the mandate to carry Narcan, only applies. To large school districts with two thousand students or more district wide last year in our state, and anonymous student survey found seven percent of tenth and twelfth, graders reported, they had misused prescription drugs. Three percent reported having used heroin Carleen Johnson. Komo news comes up timber Puyallup. We'll have a new event center and women enrolled in a program called step-by-step will work at the centers restaurant and bakery to help coordinate events. It's located on the historic Van Leer bull farm property. Krista Linden is step sounder helping at risk pregnant women through the first year of their baby's life to them that they're babies are born healthy and that they get a good start to parenting. And so that's what we've been doing for the past twenty years as an organization, even center has been five years in the making in when it opens in the fall. It's going to feature a banquet hall restaurant bakery, greenhouse and a job training center with the restaurant and bakery, staffed by step-by-step clients. Step by step is operating in four counties. Now, sir. talking about twelve hundred women at a time a registered sex offender jailed in oregon could be linked to additional crimes here in washington we get details from komo's gregg hersholt adam wallace is thirty nine years old but prosecutors say he often pretends to be a younger person as the approaches boys he's been charged with using social media apps to lure and sexually abuse his victims including at least one cal- what's county grand jury indicted him on nineteen charges and he faces similar charges now in marion and linn counties in oregon police say he sometimes goes by they michael after he context boys he meets them in person and promises to buy them gifts before sexually abusing them thirties in both states are asking for any additional victims to come forward gregg hersholt komo news he wanted to be a hero instead snohomish man is showing remorse for an attack that left a homeless man injured the nineteen year old told officers he now wishes he would have minded his own business he faces possible stabbing charges following a confrontation two weeks ago outside of a pizzeria the everett herald reports The team told police the man attacked him after he confronted him while rummaging through a dumpster. That's when the teen said he stabbed the older man several times. The homeless man told officers he was looking for cigarette. Butts the state patrol is looking for anyone who may have witnessed a hit and run crash this week that happened just before seven o'clock Wednesday evening on state, route eighteen near the raging river true per se a semi hit a Nissan, forcing the Nissan into oncoming traffic. It hit a tesla. The semi driver drove away. Thankfully, nobody was seriously injured coming up after sports crowds of the curious are headed for Canada. I'm Brian Calvert with the second legendary late creatures spotted this year. Oh canada. It's time for an update on sports now from the Harley exterior sports desk to X huskies are NBA draft picks. And a former cougar is headed to Phoenix. Here's komo's Bill Swartz. It was an emotional night for university of Washington guard. Matisse Thiokol selected number twenty overall by the Boston Celtics who then traded him to Philadelphia for. Draft choice. Matisse telling ESPN he's constantly inspired by the memory of his mother never let anything stop Irving, doors you to do. And you saw that for Wednesday became a doctor and just is a trend threat of life. So it'd be like that as much as I can.

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"thiokol" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And welcome back to coast to coast. Mark. Anthony with us, Mark. You are on a USO tour conducting medium ship demonstrations. Tell us where you go. Well, if people want to sign up for my newsletter, please go to the link from my website, which is on the coast to coast site. But I will be in California, Colorado, Texas, Pennsylvania. I'll be speaking at I ns international association near death studies annual conference in September. And I know that my manager has got about between now and two thousand twenty dozens of things in the works, so people can sign up for my newsletter and follow me on social media, and George. I understand you're on a tour to, and you're going to actually be in my neck of the woods in July. Welcome of the sunshine state loves you. If you're there, come on, and say, hi to us would you I would absolutely love to, I think? That would be a lot of fun. And for the listeners, I if I can't Georgia's for second for the listeners who have not seen George in person, you got to see him in person. I mean he's incredible on radio, but, but it's, it's a whole different thing when, when he's up on stage and especially only when, when you give your talks, but when you moderate, panels, it, just engages the whole audience, and I'm on a lot of panels, and I speak, a lot of Expos and conventions in universities George, I have the most fun with you. So I you know, everybody's out there, definitely goes, George. It's fun seeing our listeners up front and personal, Mark. It the it really is a special relationship that we have with them. It's, it's such an honor for me. I mean I events from from Florida to Hawaii, and I'll be somewhere and I'll be signing books. I'll do a medium ship demo and people come up to me, and they say, hi heard you on coast to coast, and, and that is just it's his great. And so, I really wanna thank you, and the whole coast to coast team for creating this show that really puts it out there. It really shakes things up. I mean there is no topic that's off the table. And I think that's very important, as you know, in, in an time when a lot of people in journalism in the media feel like they're somehow attack. It's almost like coast to coast, immune from that because you'll talk about anything. Little twist. And of course, I didn't create it. I ran with the torch art bell. We gotta give him credit for that. The late art bell, and gosh. He he'd probably come through to you, as, as a after death experience. I would love that. Yeah. Are, are definitely was one of the pioneers, certainly one of the great pioneers and paranormal radio. I, I know that later on you're doing a tribute to Stanton. And if I can just for a moment when my father was a very young man. He was working for Morton Thiokol, and then reaction voter in the aerospace industry, and he knew of Stanton freed Friedman, and I remember my father telling me that he was in a laboratory in the nineteen fifties, and they were growing silicon chips and my dad had a top secret security clearance, because he'd been ABC's. And, and he said, we're we get the idea to do this, and one of the. Said, well, something happened in New Mexico years ago. We found something and it gave us ideas I love it. Was well, you bet was the place. Let's go back to the phones. Let's go, and we'll have open lines. Next hour, by the way, so get ready for that folks. Let's go to Jeff in Pennsylvania. Hey jeffrey. Go ahead. George. James jeffords. I'm a fulltime police officer and homicide investigator, investigative hundreds of deaths as you can imagine, but primarily actually reconstruction. So that's people who've that suddenly in car crashes and that kind of thing. So I have a lot of experience with it, and what Mark saying about energy main transferred is one of the primary reasons I believe in the spiritual world, because, you know, energy cannot be destroyed. It can only be transferred. That's right. So I never had any real big experiences. I talk about.

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"thiokol" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And welcome back to coast to coast. Mark. Anthony with us, Mark. You are on a USO tour conducting medium ship demonstrations. Tell us where you go. Oh, I am. Well, if, if people want to sign up for my newsletter. Please go to the link from my website, which is on the coast to coast site. But I will be in California, Colorado, Texas, Pennsylvania. I'll be speaking at I ns international sociation near death studies annual conference in September. And I know that my manager has got about oh between now and two thousand twenty dozens of things in the works. So people can sign up for my newsletter and follow me on social media. George understand. You're on a tour to, and you're going to actually be in my neck of the woods in July. Welcome of the sunshine state loves you. If you're there, come on by and say hi to us would you I would absolutely love to I think that? Would be a lot of fun. And for the listeners, I if I can't Georgia's for sangha for the listeners who have not seen George in person, you gotta see him in person. I mean he's incredible on radio, but, but it's, it's a whole different thing when, when he's up on stage and especially only when, when you give your talks, but when you moderate, panels, it, just engages the whole audience, and I'm on a lot of panels, and I speak, a lot of Expos and conventions in universities George, I have the most fun with you. So I you know, everybody's out there, definitely goes, George. It's fun seeing our listeners up front and personal, Mark. It the it really is a special relationship that we have with them. You know, it is, and it's, it's such an honor for me. I mean I events from from Florida to Hawaii, and I'll be somewhere and I'll be signing books. Do a medium ship demo and people come up to me, and they say, I heard you on coast to coast, and that is just it's just great. And so, I really wanna thank you, and the whole coast because team for creating this show that really puts it out there. It really shakes things up. I mean there is no topic that's off the table. And I think that's very important, as you know, in, in a time when a lot of people in journalism in the media feel like there's somehow or attack it's almost like coast to coast, immune from that because you'll talk about anything and we with our with our little twist. And of course, I didn't create it. I ran with the torch art bell. We got to give him credit for that the late art bell, and gosh. He he. Probably come through to you, as, as a after death experience. I would love that. Yeah. Are, are definitely was one of the pioneers, certainly one of the great pioneers and paranormal radio. I, I know that later on you're doing a tribute to Stanton. And if I can just for a moment when my father was a very young man. He was working for Morton Thiokol, and then reaction voter in the aerospace industry,.

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"thiokol" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:18 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Effect. You didn't wear your crazy hat today. Hoping you'd come in with them. About a derby guy. How his real estate like a by the way, you don't mean like derby where you're derby had today. Like isn't the Kentucky Derby Kentucky, Derby, right? Just picture you walk around a little derby hat with. But in your K jockey riding, the thrill estate market riding their real estate. That's right. Some stats earlier this week the market looks hot. I'm we're gonna probably checking those attribute later in the show. I don't see anything slow in his down right now. You know, the unemployment rate for the US is a whole came out the other day lowest in fifty years crazy. It is crazy low interest rates the economy's doing well, how do they measured that gig workers? Like Uber drivers or or lift or some of these other than you know, scooter chargers secret sauce at the fed has heaven. You know, they came out with these numbers that nobody really knows where they give them forever. How they get them after they have basic idea of. But you just never know. And. I don't think that the unemployment rate that they actually put out the actual real unemployment rate. Right. And there are a lot of this -ociety has changed. Right. People seem to have gigs. Now. Not jobs is a myself. It does driving being one of it. I know some people in the real estate business. They were drive to right. Yep. They do the things that there's people cross a plethora of other businesses out there where you know, what I can go make a couple of extra extra hundred dollars on the weekend by driving people around wanted to pick up any vomit the backseat. Right. So so low unemployment is supposed to be inflationary. But it is. We're not seeing that. That's what they're saying. Obviously we've seen it in gas lately we've finished it in housing reit. Housing's not one of those components that they look at. But we have. The way they measure inflation. We have not seen it which is quite unusual in a market like we're doing. So we this is kind of new territory, we have very low unemployment, we have some wage earth being created not probably as much as we would like to cover some of the inflation. We've seen in housing, right? But we also have low interest rates because the fed has said, listen the economy as a whole doing well and for right now, we don't see any inflationary red flags out there on the horizon. So that's what's keeping our rates low. And that's great. You've heard me give the speech before when I'm with a group of real estate agents. And I tell them all to raise your hand who wants interest rates back at three and a quarter percent. They all have raised their hand. Go. We'll be careful as if rates go to three and a quarter. That means you're probably something wrong in the economy. That's driving those rates down, right? Talk. So on mortgage rates for getting home loans investment mortgage real estate for your own house. What did they do in? This news came out, which news that that unemployment is particularly low inflation. Are you talking about mortgage-backed securities? So there's a common misconception that mortgage rates are based upon their tenure treasury, right? The ten year treasury and mortgage backed securities tend to trade similar they trade in a similar fashion. Right. Typically, when you see the ten year treasury yield, go up you see mortgage-backed. She's here. Too yields. Go up are their price go down. And so they're they're intertwined a little bit because they feed off the same amount of news. So. What happened when the jobs out Friday everything look good just enough jobs being created the average workweek went up a little bit average hours worked went up a tiny bit. But it was nothing that they didn't expect right. Their interest rates. They stayed the same day the same on Friday. I don't know if you recall last October, we had some big inflationary news coming out with wage growth way rose was kind of add a wack, and that's pulled back some we're still the benefactors of some lower interest rates because because of what the fed did in December by choosing not to raise rates those short term Bank rates right overnight, fed funds. Right. But I guess the point is is that we're in an Hani that allows for job growth a little bit of wage inflation. Low on employment jobs being created everybody feeling good about themselves, and you couple that with low interest rates like we're seeing now they're not in the low threes like they were, but they're still very very good. That cadet helps the economy helps businesses when they've got one of our funds for assets right to Berkeley now to create capital. So we're in we're in this kind of a little Goldilocks zone where the it's just far enough away from the sun, but not too far away. The point is that we had this talk before they show started that it's not gonna last forever at some point win the market does. Correct. And it will we have to find out when that Finn habit. Right. But it wouldn't when that does happen. Unemployment will go up, right? There will be that correction there. And there's nothing wrong with a quick correction. It happens. Right. I don't think you could have if the economy keeps doing this growth month over month. Like we've seen for the last hundred twenty months, right? Then you have the people out there who start to get very very nervous because it's run too long. Even though the data made say that it's not that it's not going to turn turn. But because these people out there they get so nervous because the growth has happened. So long. Pavilion profit it actually slows down because of that that consumer confidence piece often seems to be very reactive. Right. We. We in many ways where a destination city we've talked about sort of the hops in the way that the tech relocations work where different cities we were watching in a couple of real estate cycles ago, investors and flippers moving from California to Vegas to Phoenix and landing in Austin. And there was there was this sort of hopping pattern. As the destination city, we we have a little bit of different philosophy. I guess when the market shifts and that perception of the market shifts people still can stay here, but they act differently. They've maybe buying different price ranges. We see a lot of price flexibility in the million to two million dollar buyer that can severely drop their budget to six hundred thousand without really affecting perhaps what schools they go to or whatever else. And so there's a lot of price flexibility in the buyer here. And that is varied quite a bit based on what their confidence about what the jobs are going to look like moving forward, and that kind of thing. So it's an industry market is have to keep an eye out at, you know, I'm I'm in the the says, you know, what I'm the because we're going so long in this economy. I'm gonna just kind of hold back and kind of see what's happened. And that's kind of some of the advice that we're giving sellers say, well, do we sell this year or do we sell next year and one one person might say, well, you've got to hang on this year too? This year's appreciation because the market is hot. And we all agree that yet the market. So there's appreciation happening, but we wanna tell them let's compare sale now in the market is hot, and you as a seller can command what price you get. You don't have to give a big concession on repairs on repair languages that. Yes. Even if you see six seven ten percent appreciation between now and next year that if next year you're selling into a market that's not as confident and you have to negotiate with a buyer and give a discount of five percent here, and maybe pay two or three percent towards a repair allowance that you're back in the same place. And yet you haven't been able to drive the terms on some of the timing of the contract. So. In that sort of last year and a Thiokol the there is maybe maybe selling at the second to the last year can put you evil even footing of hanging on for one more year. That's right. All right. Let's go to the phone lines. And don't forget the phone number here. We have lines open five one eight three six zero five ninety five one eight three six zero five ninety Anthony. Thanks for calling. You had a comment or question for us. Yeah. I love your discussion about the economic times and inflation, and you know, the government says inflation is around two percents, but you really agree with that. Inflation. What about yell know? The CPI is probably what the the one they use the most. And that's really household goods. Right. How about government spending? Yeah. I think I would say I was talking about that if you meant to I'm talking about how they define it. Now, I probably define it a little bit different. I mean, look at the price of gasoline and cost of fuel we food food. I mean, the real milk. I don't know if you've seen the price of milk lately, if you look at the housing here in the Austin area, well, probably in most of the United States, the housing has gone up significantly. And we talked about that affordability issue a lot, but that's not how the fed typically measures that inflationary number, right? When they say that they're targeted. They're fed funds rate is around two percent. And now, they're they're they're staying within that then doesn't scare the markets. Even though the markets know that there's other things that have seen inflation the problem where I think that we're having is we don't see enough wage inflation out there we've had some enough to make the fed happy. But and not enough to make interest rates go up. But if we want to stay on top of the affordability. That's what we need a little bit more wage inflation. And that's when people's income is actually rising. So obviously didn't place in in our real estate the people that are coming in and buying the that inflated prices are over by where wherever getting the money prov. I remember with real estate real estate is what somebody is is worth with somebody's willing to pay for it. Right. So if they're willing to spend four hundred thousand dollars on a house, that's what it's worth. And I'll tell you the majority a lot of them are coming from states outside of Texas, California, where there's a severe affordability problem where you by twelve hundred four hundred houses over a million dollars you come here. He spent four hundred thousand and you've got a five thousand square foot house out in the suburbs. Right. It's a lot of them have the people that are moving here because of the tax regulations and some of these other states coming here for the jobs. They they're coming with auto capital. I'm kevin. I'm sure you're saying so you can think about it as the people that are coming here, John. But also, we could just think about the jobs that are being created here. So this this could be people from somewhere else or people that are already in. Austin, but we're creating pretty high paying jobs or software jobs are hundred hundred and ten thousand dollar jobs, and that has a lot of spending power compared to you know, if somebody was looking didn't have that opportunity on those John. Aaron John does being created. But but that doesn't take it doesn't take every job to start to effect real estate prices. Right. Yeah. Because you've got those thirds second third year jobs that are that are created bit. Don't make as much. Well, I'm I'm with you. I am a Doppler developer. And that's what I get paid. So, but I've only been here for ten years. I've got. Paul. Where did you move here from Anthony? Well, I moved from Michigan. Yeah. The state tax income tax rate. If there's like nine point seven percent, I believe in Michigan. It's very high heel. You know, so you've been how how old are you? Anthony, forty six forty six. So you got here when you're thirty six so we're having an Iowa since we grew up here..

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"thiokol" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

Dads Outnumbered

08:27 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

"Live from experimenting. Studio in Phoenix Arizona. It's Dad's outnumbered. Let's give a shout out to your hosts Glenn in Craig this episode of took joined by Greg here today and we're certainly glad you joined us. You're one of our listeners and we certainly appreciate Every time you listen be sure to tell your friends. So twelve is more than as true. That's true for huge in Europe. I just wanted to let you know that. Like David Hasselhoff. Like the the exactly the off. They don't understand what we're saying. But they think we're funding. I think that's the important part but It's it's been awhile since we last on the show at the huddling has been. It's been difficult and you know with sick kids and my two of my kids were in a dinner theater where they were you know. They did a dinner theater. Is that like a dying art form. We'll know it's actually a new And actually it works pretty well the so what you have is. The drama department puts on a show and the culinary department that are high. School has your high. School has actually surprise. So they put on a meal and it's Basically this four nights each night seats seventy people. It's a for a full dinner. Full-on dinner and The dinner theater was called murder at the high auction and It took place like in the round around the tables with people and it was actually quite good And I was surprised. The food was good and You know so. It wasn't your traditional dinner Cedar but it was actually a lot of fun. We were not just in case. Your high school has a Culinary Department yes what percentage let me just explore your I Dunno upscale socioeconomic. What is what percent of high schools to you. Think of culinary departments. Hugh what do you think? Oh I would say one out of One out of five probably twenty percent and recognize the all. Have you know in my day? GotTa Touch Olmec. And so they may. But this one actually. I was impressed It's a newer school schools. Only ten years old so but this is a kitchen naked feet. Three hundred people at once. It's I was yes. I don't think twenty percent thiokol research that in I'll put that on our site. Let's outnumber we have a poll. Yeah exactly how many thank you. We'll do polls ball question. That's fantastic now again it's It's hard to believe the year the New Year started. We're heading down the runway here a little bit and I know I don't know how but this guy that I'm sitting with seems to have vacation time up the law zoo here so you recently went on a vacation to California with my right. Yeah and I only used eight hours or so. Let's be very strategic with your vacation time so we added one day to the end of a three day weekend so the three day weekend ended on. Monday and we just added a Tuesday. We headed out to California and stayed with some friends visited for a couple of nights and then we surprised the girls with a little trip to Disney that they did not know that before you laugh torn as I was a little torn about that because there is values. Wait till this giant airplane goes over. Today we're actually in a kind of a park the city hall kind of area but when we say we are taking. We're sitting on a park bench and We're under the path to the Phoenix Airport And so Yom a little torn about that because Essentially there is real value in getting your kids excited about going to Disneyland or the other Amusement Park. There's the research you get to look at the maps online. Figure out what they're excited about research talk about that. There's something to that And we had done that before this can you? Can you also hold it over their head to say if you don't do use it as a carrot to get them to be difficult to be searching you got the whole visit like a it with my wife? I think started to do that early on and I was like extend on that. Because you want it to be specially. I want them to feel like you're like I worked so hard I did. I was good for this to wait in line. So I'm sorry nope I don't WanNa ruin the flow but a so. We surprised them. Yeah we went to Disneyland and this was our second visit. So we've gone before when they were five and three and that was all about princesses chasing princess is getting autographs. I think we hit every princess except Jasmine and I was like two parks them wearing their outfits. All that stuff and This time we went a lot a lot lighter when later now I have been the. What's the what's the rape these days? going into He went to Disneyland the magic before we did like the to park hopper and everything else and Disneyland. It's pretty interesting. They have dynamic pricing. And so you WANNA make sure you're looking at to go but I also went to a website called undercover tourist dot com and they have a crowd calendar there and you can see what days historically and with all factors being added in are going to be light traffic at Disneyland and so at point since I used to work at Disneyland an highest. We ought to get to that. In a minute I will only go to Disneyland on non busy got US so. I'm always looking at Tuesday through Thursday if I can pull that off some way shape or form but there's only about four Green Day's green days on undercover during the whole year now only four left between now and September. Wow so I wanted to grab one of those days and they rate them from one to ten so you can look up crowd calendar and see what the crowd will be out of ten ten being probably shoulder to shoulder. He can't even walk and zero being. Probably no one in the park at all so this was supposed to be a three out of ten day. the Tuesday so rule busy over the holiday weekend and then boom so. The tea is the day after a major holiday. Yeah mid week. If you've got to pull the kids out of school prices left. I'm out of off peak day. So they have this dynamic pricing and so what I found interesting about that is slower days last crowded days. They charge last. 'cause they want slow supply and demand they want people to come on those days right so that makes sense except when he started thinking about it as someone who's going to Disneyland you're paying lasts for a better experience. So the lines are shorter. Dress crowds and into reverse logic exact. Yeah so on. The surface seems like a good idea on their park or people. But it's weird if you're going on the weekend Disneyland you're paying more for a worse experience. Yeah and I don't think number one. Yes so you want to look for these crowd days And still family of four two adults two children one part just Disneyland We said listen. Disneyland was enough. When I was a kit right supplemental highs to run around plus trying to do too perks in one day. That's stressful Like one Park Day. And if you're GONNA stay longer great but the one park family of four was about four hundred bucks that's mid week. Now you get up to six hundred seven hundred if you're going on the weekend then you add in some of the other factors like Amac's pants and all that sort of and food and all of that could in Disney counts eight child as up to nine years old. Is that correct and you can really so. But but yeah. It's only ten dollars on so we were like one sixteen a day and they were one. Oh six today. So don't look back. Child brings up to three year. Free Maize Yeah S. somewhere to airlines. I guess wow interesting so you sit there and you ask these questions like you don't know anything about this. I'm an expert at Disney. But not as much on Disney gland. I've been there since the time I've just a big blow. I lived in Florida for a number of years and so I'm well versed. I am The Walt Disney world expert and crank is the Disneyland expert but What's interesting is my first part was Disneyland. I went there well before it went to anywhere in Florida so And I still find it the most of my first reaction and with all due respect to those who love the magic kingdom is that When I went and went to Disneyland and number of times I've lived in California. I went to Walt Disneyworld..

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"thiokol" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:39 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Well, this is this is what makes this such a kind of scary thing. That's right. It's like, I'm not sure we can. And we have to maybe the first thing we have to do is is confront that. I know I'm confronting you know, I've been grieving about this and trying to kind of reconcile as many scientists that I've read. Recently, like, Dr Jim L are trying to deal with this. And he's been at the forefront of this seeing it all happening for twenty thirty years cross the world, and the the most important thing, I can do is is harnessed what I do is in to give profit person with science. And then unfortunately, let the initial issues unraveled to a point where we have these wakeup Pearl Harbor events. Just coming out as coming at us. And I guess analogy is like this. It's sort of like deep impact the movie only, unfortunately, climate change or disruption is not as obvious as a comet coming at you or an asteroid that you know, he's going to have an extinction level potentially event if it's not stopped. And when that's when that's clearly seen by enough people on the planet. It's like all the stuff that we usually argue about and fight about whether you're Republican or democrat or any of that that all. Gets when you really before at a human race threatening disaster. It kind of brings a whole new focus into people's lives. And the other thing was finished. With is that there's definitely going to be an interesting global civil rights nonviolent civil disobedience movie movement like Gandhi did in India that's going to start on the fifteenth of this month in capitals all over the planet. It's called the movements called eco side rebellion, and it's mostly young people who are rising up more and more. We're going to go and sit and stop the downtowns of many capitals to finally bring the mainstream news force them to actually listen to the young people because this is going to be the young people fighting for their few. It always has been John are are you? Of course, you know, protested Vietnam the mistake, I think everybody made during that era was attacking the. Troops to which they should never have done. But they're they're they're protesting. The war was absolutely right. Yeah. And they're protesting of a world that's thinks that they can consume this planet like it's three times more planets that it is. And and do the things we're doing. I mean, you know, I've been saying this all the years we've been on that every year we step deeper into the twenty first century events are going to tell us you've got to redefine what it is to be a human being on all levels. And now I would add or you're going to be extinct by twenty fifty when we were never. We also talked about the space shuttle challenger disaster. And how strangely Nostradamus somehow predicted that could you explain that? Yeah. I mean, it's a I mean, it's two famous for Dixon's that that one that that's quite training eighty one of century one that also blends into another quadrant sixty five th century nine you see he took all of his four line versus a must have thrown them up in the air and different, hyper and had the mixed around. So they could get it all our time. And so, you know, it it shows a couple of things that shows where somebody can actually name something for centuries ago that might have been the culprit of the challenger disaster. And also get something wrong at the same time. It shows the futures fluid. He starts off by saying nine, we'll be set apart from the human flock. So that means they're they're out there somewhere. That's not where human beings are separated from judgment and counsel their fate to be determined on depart. Picture. And then he goes into this weird cryptic thing with Greek Kappa, which is the letter K feta, which is the letter t h in Greek allow for bet and Lambda letter L dead banished and scattered now. Without the ability to be not Saddam detective and not knowing where your Greek and things you'd wonder. Okay. What's the key? That makes this sound like anything suddenly becomes something. Well, it's it's the anagram medical switching around the T H to the front the K to the center, and the L these happen to be the confidence of a word. That's missing. It's I o and Ovallis. If which he's done this before we'll just have the consonants out. Then you gotta fill in the blanks like Mabus for the third any Christ. Now, we have 'em Bs out there. We are actually doing the reverse. We'd call Mohammed bin Salman who's the most significant candidate in thirty years for the third anti Christ. We call 'em Bs. Well, that's dropped the in the U of Mabaso. You get MVS the perfect. That's right in the same way. If you take a t h k and l and fill in the missing vows this time, you get Thiokol call Morton saiako, right? They were the company that made the faulty rings. That's right. Where people in NASA were saying, look, we council you not to launch the cold. Things are wrong. It's not quite ready. And they're being forced to go. Go go. They launch in January eighty six with a lot of cold. And of course, there were seven rather than nine. So that changed, but they were they left the flock, and they were blown up in departure vanished and scattered like the parts falling out of the sky. Suddenly the prophecy clicks if you find the right key. You know in that company eventually merged with another company was kind of like hitting the way after that disaster. Yeah, they kind kinda. Yeah, they kind of vanishing. We're absorb. I think he went and bankruptcy. It. I I'm not sure about that. But I have to check that. But so there's other funny thing about not Saddam is that he will also come back to theme from another prophecy. It's like putting a puzzle together. And so it's quad trained sixty five century nine. The last two lines talk about the unripe fruit will be the source of the great scandal. Great blame to the other great praise. Well, great Blaine to the American space program at that time, but great praise to what was the latter days was Soviet Union, which we're creating and actually established the first semi permanent space station around the same time mid eighties. So it kind of fits with that. But there's a positive note in the six quad train sixty five which I find rather intriguing sixty. I five is very close in nineteen sixty nine which happens sometimes in these quad trains where the dates come out in the numbers. It says that same one that had the two lines about the unripe fruits fruit says he will come to take himself to the corner of the moon where he will be taken and placed on Elian land. So this here's Saddam is predicting the moon land, which which was an upbeat prediction. I was going to ask you, John. Are there any predictions in the future with Ostra dominates that are uplifting? Yeah. I mean, I mean the ultimate one that I think actors the horrors that I was talking about. I know that are helpful is because firstly I wanna do is look at well who are the people who do the hardest thing you can do is date the future in a right with the date. That's very hard to do that. That's not sit down. This is one of the best at one time. I did a control experiment where it took all the best prophets who had proven. They can do that. And I did a time line a book called the millennium book of prophecy, which I published in nineteen ninety four and and in the time line when she wants you it gets really cluttered with dates up to the millennium change, and then it kind of Peters out after twenty twelve and then you only have a few after that. But you do definitely have dates after that. So it shows that humanity. There's a good chance. Something of humanity will survive this and start all over again. And use the ultimate one is Nasser dominance his talking eighteen hundred years from now nearly in thirty seven ninety seven and long story short. He's talking about astrology constellations being places that people inhabit forever. You have talked about some kind of what you call astrological impediment of the past Presidents Bush Bama and Trump what do they share? They share this. They share what is in astrology of the self delusional par excellence as they say in French, you know, the the excellent self delusional potential of a sun square in aspect to the planet Neptune. Now, layman's term, your son is your ego. Your personality and Neptune in this case is what's the unconscious hides from your conscious mind that you don't even know is motivating a lot of what you do. And in the case of if you have positive access aspects to balance that out, it it helps you, unfortunately, the first twenty percents President, George W Bush who at least two I mean, but Clinton also was there, but he was finishing his presidency. The first complete term President, George W Bush was had this Neptune square the sun with non-aligned helpful aspects. And it basically I contend made him think that he was talking to God and God told him to invade Iraq. And they say on on sixty minutes. He said, I don't count, you know, you get advice. From your father says I get my advice from a higher father and long. Very short. It made him think that he's got that his he was getting divine messages. In fact, the the results of some of those Vasser's wars and military quagmire is we've been in a lot of what's kind of running things until the ground for the country. We're still there. Jeez. Phil there, and we're still there. We're not we're not we're in the quicksand in the Middle East now. So that was that's there. I could say more, and I said much more in other books. But in the short time, we have the next person to look at a little trickier in that is Barack Obama the second two-term, president twenty first century. He also had that aspect, but he had a lot of interesting aspects of other plants around it that shaped him in a very different direction of delusional thinking, I to some some in the summary short of it would be it's it's kind of where you you are always trying to win the impossible woman. The the woman is impossible to do only in politics. Oftentimes, the Freudian psychology would back me up on this as well. Politicians actually almost get a sexual thrill out of winning over thousands of people to vote for them to love them. It's a high it's a high, and and the pattern that I saw with his way of misusing is delusional. Was he when he had both houses. So the power to change the supreme court for the first two years of his presidency base. And also eight million people online that were literally an army of Deeks online that could just be f- wonderfully used to pressure different people to get his agenda done in the congress. He literally just ignored them. He literally pulled the plug on those eight million people forgot him. Classic example, somebody who's won the impossible woman that usually once that's happened. The thrill is gone, and they. Move on and he then two weeks or so after being president, he he met all these leaders in the Republican party and right wing radio and stuff and wanted to say, hey, basically wants say, hey, I want to win you over in..

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12:43 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"How many years of doing this so quickly? Well, this is this is what makes this such as kind of scary thing. That's right. It's like, I'm not sure we can. And and we have to maybe the first thing we have to do is is confront that. I know I'm confronting it. You know, I've been grieving about this and trying to kind of reconcile as many scientists that I've read recently like Dr Jim L are trying to deal with this. And he's been at the forefront of this seeing it all happening for twenty thirty years across the world. And the the most important thing I can do is is harness. What I do is into tive profit person with science. And then, unfortunately, let's the initial issues unraveled to a point where we have these wakeup Pearl Harbor events. Just coming out as I'm coming at us. And I guess the analogy is like this. It's sort of like deep impact the movie. Only unfortunately, climate change or disruption is not as obvious as a comet coming at you or an asteroid that you know, he's going to have an extinction level potentially event if it's not stopped. And when that's when that's clearly seen by enough people on the planet. It's like all the stuff that we usually argue about and fight about whether you're Republican or democrat or any of that that all gets when you really before in a human race threatening disaster. It kind of brings a whole new focus into people's lives. And the other thing finish with is that there's definitely going to be an interesting global civil rights nonviolent civil disobedience movie movement like Gandhi did in India that's going to start on the fifteenth of this month in capitals all over the planet. It's called the movements called eco side rebellion, and it's mostly young people. Who are rising up more and more. We're going to go and sit and stop the downtowns of many capitals to finally bring the mainstream news force them to actually listen to the young people because this is going to be the young people fighting for their future. It always has been John argue, of course, you know, protested Vietnam the mistake, I think everybody made during that era was attacking the troops to which they should never have done. But they're they're they're protesting. The war was absolutely right. Yes. And they're protesting of a world that's thinks that they can consume this planet like it's three times more planets that it is. And do the things we're doing. I mean, you know, I've been saying this all the years we've been on that every year we step deeper into the twenty first century events are going to tell us you've got to redefine what it is to be a human being on all levels. And now, I would add. Or you're going to be extinct by twenty fifty when we were in Everett. We also talked about the space shuttle challenger disaster. And how strangely Nostradamus somehow predicted that could you explain that? Yeah. I mean, it's a I mean there's two famous predictions that that one that that's quite train eighty one of century one that also blends into another quadrant and sixty five th century nine you see he took all of his four line verses must have thrown them up in the air and. Hyperion had the mixed around. So that could get it all our time. And so, you know, it it shows a couple of things that shows where somebody can actually name something for centuries ago that might have been the culprit of the challenger disaster. And also get something wrong at the same time, which shows the futures fluid. He starts off by saying nine will be set apart from the human flock. So that means they're they're out there somewhere. That's not where human beings are separated from judgment and counsel their fate to be determined on departure. And then he goes into this weird cryptic thing with Greek Kappa, which is a letter K feta, which is the letter t h in Greek alphabet and Lambda so letter L dead banished and scattered now. Without the ability to the Nostradamus detective and not knowing where your Greek and things you'd wonder. Okay. What's the key? That makes this sound like anything suddenly become something. Well, it's it's the anagram Michael switching around of the T H to the front the K to the center, and the L these happened to be the confidence of a word. That's missing. It's I o n o valves. If if which he's done this before we'll just have the consonants out there, and you've got to fill in the blanks like Mabus for the third anti Christ. Now, we have 'em Bs out there. We are actually doing the reverse. We call Mohammed bin Salman who's the most significant candidate in thirty years for the third Andy Christ. We call 'em Bs. Well, that's dropped the in the U of Mabaso. You get 'em Bs perfect. That's right in the same way. If you take t h k and l and fill in the missing vowels this time, you get Thiokol. Phya call Morton Thiokol, right? They we're the company that made the faulty o rings. That's right. Where people in NASA were saying, look, we council you not to launch in the cold. Things are wrong. It's not quite ready. And they're being forced to go. Go go. They launch in January eighty six with a lot of cold. And of course, there were seven rather than nine. So that changed, but they were they they bless the flock, and they were blown up in departure banished and scattered like the parts falling out of the sky. Suddenly the prophecy clicks if you find the right key. And that company eventually merged with another company was kind of like hidden away. After that disaster. Yeah, they kind kinda. Yeah, they kind of vanishing. We're absorb I think they went and the I I'm not sure about that. But I have to check that. But so so the other funny thing about Nostradamus is that he will also come back to a theme from another prophecy. It's like putting a puzzle together. And so in quad trained, sixty five century nine the last two lines talk about the unripe fruit will be the source of the great scandal. Great blame to the other great praise. Well, great blame to the American space program at that time, but great praise to what was the latter days of Soviet Union, which we're creating mirror and actually established the first semi permanent space station around the same time that eighties. So it kind of fits with that. But there's a positive note in in the six quad train sixty five which I find rather intriguing that sixty. I five is very close to nineteen sixty nine which happens sometimes in these quads trains where the dates come out in the numbers. It says that same one that had the two lines about the unripe fruits fruit says he will come to take himself to the corner of the moon where he will be taken and placed on alien land. So there's here's not Saddam is predicting the moon land. Yeah. Which which was an upbeat prediction was going to ask you, John? Are there any predictions in the future with Nostradamus that are uplifting? Yeah. I mean, I mean, the ultimate one that I think after the horrors that I was talking about I know that are helpful is because first thing I wanna do is look at well who are the people who do the hardest thing you can do is date the future in a right with the date. That's very hard to do that. That's not Saddam is one of the best at one time. I did a control experiment where I took all the best prophets who had proven. They could do that. And I did a time line in a book called the millennium book of prophecy, which I published in nineteen Ninety-four, and and in the time line when she once you it gets really cluttered with dates up to the millennium change, and then it kind of Peters out after twenty twelve and then you only have a few after that. But you do definitely have dates after that. So it shows that humanity. There's a good chance. Something of humanity will survive this and start all over again. And and use the ultimate one is where Nassar dominance talking eighteen hundred years from now nearly in thirty seven ninety seven and long story short. He's talking about astrology constellations being places that people inhabit forever. You have talked about some kind of what you call astrological impediment of past Presidents Bush, Obama Trump, what did they share they share this? They share. What is in astrology the self delusional par excellence as they say in French, you know, the the excellent self delusional potential of a sun square in aspect to the planet Neptune. Now, layman's terms, your son is your ego. Your personality and Neptune in this case is what's the unconscious hides from your conscious mind that you don't even know is motivating a lot of what you do. And in the case of if you have positive access aspects to balance that out, it it helps you unfortunately, the first twenty first century President, George W Bush who at least two I mean Clinton also was there, but he was finishing his presidency. The first complete term President, George W Bush was had this Neptune square the sun with non-aligned helpful aspects. And it basically I contend made him think that he was talking to God and God told him to invade Iraq and say on on sixty minutes. He said, I don't count, you know, you get advice from your father and says, I get my advice from a higher, father and. At long story short. It made him think that he's got that his he was getting divine messages. In fact, the the results of some of those Vasteras wars and military quagmire. We've been in a lot of what's kind of running things into the ground for the country. We're still there. Jeez. Phil there, and we're still there. We're not we're not we're in the quicksand in the Middle East now. So that was that's there. I could say more, and I said much more than other books. But in the short time, we have the next person to look at it as a little trickier in that is Barack Obama the second two-term, president twenty-first-century. He also had that aspect, but he had a lot of interesting aspects of other plants around it that shaped him in a very different direction of delusional thinking, I to some some in summary short of it would be it's it's kind of where you you are always trying to win the impossible woman. The the woman is impossible to woo only in politics. Oftentimes means Freudian psychology. Would back me up on. This is a lot of politicians actually almost get a sexual thrill out of winning over thousands of people to vote for them to love them. It's a high it's a high and and the pattern that I saw with his way of misusing delusional. Was it he when he had both houses. So the power to change the supreme court for the first two years of his presidency base. And also eight million people online that were literally an army Deeks online that could just be f- wonderfully used to pressure different people to get his agenda done in the congress. He literally just ignored them. He literally pulled the plug on those eight million people forgotten classic example, somebody who's won the impossible woman that usually once that's happened. The thrill is gone, and they. Move on and he then two weeks or so after being president, he he met all these leaders in the Republican party and right wing radio and stuff and wanted to say, hey, basically want to say, hey, I want to win you over in..

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"thiokol" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:51 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Aradio show trying to warn people about how Hitler wants to take over the world. And it gets to the point where human nature being such as it is it things have to start happening. The war starts, and then rather than prevent it. People then have to summon themselves to create and nobody created more in those six years of World War Two than human race at that time. So what I'm hoping it's a terrible thing to hope about. But it's it's a reality. Just like the scare of having been told that you have diabetes or something that you the scare it can be used to change your life. And I'm hoping will happen is when people understand how this thing is coming rapidly Abbas that at any moment, we may see the oceans rise just ten fifteen feet, and that might be enough to shut down all the ports disrupt the commerce of the world and bring into reality. What could be eight billion people by twenty twenty four. They're maybe seven billion of those people who don't make it in the twenty thirty. How can we change? So many years of doing this so quickly. Well, this is this is what makes this such kind of scary thing. That's right. It's like, I'm not sure we can. And and we have to maybe the first thing we have to do is is confront that. I know I'm confronting, you know, I've been grieving about this and trying to kind of reconcile as many scientists that I've read recently like Dr Jim L are trying to deal with this. And he's been at the forefront of this seeing it all happening for twenty thirty years across the world. And the the most important thing, I can do is is harnessed what I do is intuitive profit person with science, and then, unfortunately, let's the initial issues unraveled to a point where we have these wakeup Pearl Harbor events. Just coming out isn't coming at us. And I guess analogy is like this. It's sort of like deep impact the movie only, unfortunately, climate, change or disruption is not as obvious as a comet coming at you. An asteroid that you know, he's going to have an extinction level potentially vent if it's not stopped. And that's when that's clearly seen by enough people on the planet. It's like all the stuff that we usually argue about and fight about whether you're Republican or democrat or any of that that all gets when you really before in a human race threatening disaster. It kind of brings a whole new focus into people's lives. And the other thing finished with is that there's definitely going to be an interesting global civil rights nonviolent civil disobedience movie movement like Gandhi did an India that's going to start on the fifteenth of this month in capitals all over the planet. It's called the movements called eco side rebellion, and it's mostly young people who are rising up more and more. We're going to go and sit and stop the downtowns of many capitals to finally bring the mainstream news force them to actually listen to the. Young people because this is going to be the young people fighting for their kid always has been John are our use. Of course, you know, protested Vietnam the mistake, I think everybody made during that era was attacking the troops to which they should never have done. But they're they're they're protesting. The war was absolutely right. Yes. And they're protesting of a world that's thinks that it can consume this planet like it's three times more planets that it is. And and do the things we're doing. I mean, you know, I've been saying this all the years we've been on that every year we step deeper into the twenty first century events are going to tell us you've got to redefine what it is to be a human being on all levels. And now I would add or you're going to be extinct by twenty fifty. When we were we also talked about the space shuttle challenger disaster. And how strangely Nostradamus somehow predicted that could you explain that? Yeah. I mean, it's a I mean there's two famous predictions that that one that that's quad train eighty one of century one that also blends into another quadrant sixty five th century nine you see he took all of his four line verses must've flown them up in the air and Hyperion had the mixed around. So they could get it all the time. And so, you know, it it's just a couple of things that shows where somebody can actually name something for centuries ago that might have been the culprit of the challenger disaster. And also get something wrong at the same time, which shows the futures fluid. He starts off by saying nine will be set apart from the human flock. So that means they're they're out there somewhere. That's not where human beings are separated from judgment and counsel their fate to be determined on departure. And then he goes into this weird cryptic thing with Greek Kappa, which is a letter K feta. Which is the letter t h in in Greek laugh about end Lambda the letter l dead banished and scattered now. Without the ability to do the detective and not knowing where your Greek and things you'd wonder. Okay. What's the key? That makes this sound like anything suddenly become something. Well, it's it's the anagram Michael switching around of the T H to the front the K to the center, and the L these happened to be the confidence of a word. That's missing. It's I o and Ovallis. If if what she's done this before we'll just have the consonants out there. And you gotta fill in the blanks like Mabus for the third anti Christ. Now, we have 'em Bs out there, we we were actually doing the reverse. We call Mohammed bin Salman, who's the most significant candidate in thirty years. The third anti Christ. We call me NBS. Well, that's dropped the a and the U of modest you get NBS perfectly. That's right in the same way. If you take t h k and l and fill in the missing vowels this time you get fire. Call call Morton Thiokol, right? Right. Yeah. We're the company that made the faulty o-rings. That's right. Where people in NASA were saying, look, we council you not to launch in the cold. Things are wrong. It's not quite ready. And they're being forced to go. Go go they launched in January eighty six with a lot of cold. And of course, there were seven rather than nine. So that changed, but they were they left the flock, and they were blown up in departure vanished and scattered like the parts falling out of the sky. Suddenly the prophecy clicks if you find the right key. In that company, eventually merged with another company was kind of like hidden away. After that disaster. Yeah, they kind of. Yeah. They kind of vanishing absorb I think the bankruptcy. I I'm not sure about that. But I have to check that. But so so the other funny thing about not Saddam says that he will also come back to team from another prophecy. It's like putting a puzzle together and someone's watching sixty five seventy nine the last two lines talk about the unripe fruit will be the source of the great scandal. Great blame to the other great praise. Well, great Blaine to the American space program at that time, but great praise to what was the latter days of Soviet Union, which we're creating mirror and actually established the first semi permanent space station around the same time the mid eighties. So it kind of fits with that. But there's a positive note in in the six quad train sixty five which I find rather intriguing that sixty five is very close in nineteen sixty nine which happens sometimes in these quad trains for the dates come out in the number. Numbers. It says that same one that had the two lines about the unripe fruits fruit says he will come to take himself to the corner of the moon where he will be taken and placed on alien land. So there's here's nicer down this predicting the moon land, which which was an upbeat prediction is gonna ask John. Are there any predictions in the future with Ostra 'Damas that are uplifting? Yeah. I mean, I mean the ultimate one that I think after the horrors that I was talking about I know Magna are helpful is because firstly I want to do is look at well who are the people? Do the hardest thing you can do is date the future and right with a date. That's very hard to do that. That's this is one of the best at one time. I did a control experiment where it took all the best profit to had proven. They could do that. And I did time a book called the millennium book of prophecy, which I published in nineteen ninety four and then the timeline when she wants you. It gets really cluttered with dates up to the millennium change. And then it kinda Peters out after twenty twelve. And then you only have a few after that. But you definitely have dates after that. So it shows that humanity. There's a good chance. Something of humanity will survive this and start all over again. And and use the ultimate one is we're Nassar dominance is talking eighteen hundred years from now nearly in thirty seven ninety seven and long story short talking about astrology constellations being places that people inhabit forever. You have talked about some kind of what you call astrological impediment of the past Presidents Bush Obama and Trump what do they share they share this? They share what is in astrology the self delusional par excellence as they say in French, you know, the the excellent self delusional potential of a sun square in aspect to the planet Neptune. Now, layman's terms, your son is your ego. Your personality and Neptune in this case is what's the unconscious hides from your conscious mind that you don't even know is motivating a lot of what you do. And in the case of if you have positive access aspects to balance that out, it it helps you unfortunately, the first twenty first century President, George W Bush who at least two I mean, but Clinton also was there, but he was finishing his presidency. First complete term President, George W Bush was had this Neptune square the sun with non-aligned helpful aspects. And it basically contend made him think that he was talking to God and God told him to invade Iraq and say on on sixty minutes. He said, I don't count. You know, said did you get advice from your father and says, I get my advice from a higher father and long story short. It made him think that he's got that his he was getting divine message. In fact, the the results of some of those Vasteras wars and military quagmire. We've been in a lot of what's kind of running things into the ground for the country. We're still there. Jeez. Phil there, and we're still there. We're not we're not we're in the quicksand in the Middle East now. So that was that's there. I could say more, and I said much more than other books..

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13:23 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It's Hogue prophecy dot com, and he spells his name H O G U E, John you, and I differ a little bit on why we have the climate change how we're getting there. But we do agree that it's happening. And I've always respected your thoughts, and I've always respected you, and and and anyone who has a different opinion. And I I hope I'm wrong. I there's no way I wanna be right about this. But it's just like I feel like somebody during the last four turning the last cycle of planetary crisis. Which was the nineteen thirties and forties. I feel like if I were back then this is nineteen thirty nine and I'm on a radio show trying to warn people about how Hitler wants to take over the world. And it gets to a point where human nature being such as it is it things have to start happening. The war. Starts and then rather than prevent it people then have to summon themselves to create and nobody created more in those six years of World War Two than human race at that time. So what I'm hoping it's a terrible thing to help about. But it's it's a reality. Just like the scare of having been told that you have diabetes or something that you scare it can be used to change your life. And I'm hoping will happen is when people understand how this thing is coming rapidly atas that at any moment, we may see the oceans rise just ten fifteen feet, and that might be enough to shut down all the parts disrupt the commerce of the world and bring into reality. What could be eight billion people by twenty twenty four. They may be seven billion of those people who don't make it in the twenty thirties. How can we change though, so many years of doing this so quickly? Well, this is this is what makes this. Such as kind of scary thing. That's right. It's like, I'm not sure we can. And and we have to maybe the first thing we have to do is is confront that. I know I'm confronting it. You know, I've been grieving about this and trying to kind of reconcile as many scientists that I've read recently like Dr Jim L I trying to deal with this. And he's been at the forefront of this seeing it all happening for twenty thirty years across the world. And the the most important thing I can do is is harness. What I do is in intuitive profit person with the science. And then, unfortunately, let's the initial issues unraveled to a point where we have these wakeup Pearl Harbor events. Just coming out isn't coming at us. And I guess analogy is like this. It's sort of like deep impact the movie only, unfortunately, climate change or disruption is not as obvious as a comet coming at you or an asteroid. You know, he's going to have an extinction level potentially. Then if it's not stopped. And when that's when that's clearly seen by enough people on the planet. It's like all the stuff that we usually argue about and fight about whether you're Republican or democrat or any of that that all gets when you really before in a human race threatening disaster. It kind of brings a whole new focus into people's lives. And the other thing finish with is that there's definitely going to be an interesting global civil rights nonviolent civil disobedience movie movement like Gandhi did in India that's going to start on the fifteenth of this month in capitals all over the planet. It's called the movements called eco side rebellion, and it's mostly young people who are rising up more and more. We're going to go and sit and stop the downtowns of many. Capitals to finally bring the mainstream news force them to actually listen to the young people because it's this is going to be the young people fighting for their it always has been John argue, of course, you know, protested Vietnam the mistake, I think everybody made during that era was attacking the troops to which they should never have done. But they're they're they're protesting. The war was absolutely right. Yes. And they're protesting of a of a world that's thinks that they can consume this planet like it's three times more planets that it is. And and do the things we're doing. I mean, you know, I've been saying this all the years we've been on that every year we step deeper into the twenty first century events are going to tell us you've got to redefine what it is to be a human being on all levels. And now I would add or you're going to be extinct by twenty fifty when we were never. We also talked about the space shuttle challenger. Disaster. And how strangely Nostradamus somehow predicted that could you explain that? Yeah. I mean, it's a I mean, it's two famous predictions that that one that that's quite train eighty one of century one that also blends into another watching sixty five th century nine you see he took all of his four lines versus I must have thrown them up in the air and burn had the mixed around. So they could get it all out of time. And so, you know, it it shows a couple of things that shows where somebody can actually name something for centuries ago that might have been the culprit of the challenger disaster. And also get something wrong at the same time, which shows the futures fluid. He starts off by saying nine, we'll be set apart from the human flock. So that means they're they're out there somewhere. That's not where human beings are separated from judgment and counsel there to be determined on departure. And then he goes into this weird cryptic thing with Greek Kappa, which is a letter K feta, which is the letter t h in Greek alphabet and Lambda two letter L dead banished and scattered now. Without the ability to the detective and not knowing where your Greek and things you wonder. Okay. What's the key? That makes this sound like anything suddenly become something. Well, it's it's the anagram Michael switching around of the T H to the front the K to the center, and the L these happened to be the confidence of a word. That's missing. It's I o n o vowels. If if which he's done this before we'll just have the consonants out there. And you gotta fill in the blanks like Mabus for the third anti Christ. Now, we have 'em Bs out there. We we are actually doing the reverse. We call Mohammed bin Salman who's the most significant candidate in thirty years for the third. Andy Chrysler com. Bs well, that's dropped the a and the U of modest you get MVSA perfect. That's right in the same way. If you take a t h k and l and fill in the missing vowels this time, you get Thiokol Thiokol. Morton science cost the company that right? Yeah. We're the company that made the faulty rings. That's right. Where people in NASA were saying, look, we council you not to launch in the cold. Things are wrong. It's not quite ready. And they're being forced to go. Go go. They launch in January eighty six with a lot of cold. And of course, there were seven rather than nine. So that changed, but they were they they left the flock, and they were blown up in departure banished and scattered like the parts falling out of the sky. Suddenly the prophecy clicks if you find the right key. And that company eventually merged with another company was kind of like hidden away after that disaster. Yeah, they they kinda. Yeah, they kind of vanishing. We're absorb they. I think they went bankruptcy at I. I'm not sure about that. But I have to check that. But so so the other funny thing about not Saddam says that he will also come back to a theme from another prophecy. It's like putting a puzzle together. And so and cluttering sixty five century nine the last two lines talk about the unripe fruit will be the source of the great scandal. Great blame to the other great praise. Well, great Blaine to the American space program at that time, but great praise to what was the latter days of Soviet Union, which we're creating mirror and actually established the first semi permanent space station around the same time mid eighties. So it kind of fits with that. But there's a positive note in in the six o'clock train sixty five which I find rather intriguing that sixty. Five is very close to nineteen sixty nine which happens. Sometimes in the squad trains where the dates come out in the numbers. It says that same one that had the two lines about the unripe fruits fruit says he will come to take himself to the corner of the moon where he will be taken and placed on alien land. So there's here's not Saddam is predicting the moon land. Yeah. Which which was an upbeat prediction was going to ask you, John? Are there any predictions in the future with Nostradamus that are uplifting? Yeah. I mean, I mean, the ultimate one that I think actors the horrors that I was talking about I know are helpful is because first thing I wanna do is look at well who are the people who do the hardest thing you can do is date the future and right with a date. That's very hard to do that. That's not sit down. This is one of the best at one time. I did a control experiment where I took all the best prophets who had proven. They could do that. And I did a time line a book called the millennium book of prophecy, which I published in nineteen ninety four and and in the time line when she wants you it gets really cluttered with dates up to the millennium change, and then it kind of Peters out after twenty twelve and then you only have a few after that. But you do definitely have dates after that. So it shows that humanity. There's a good chance. Something of humanity will survive this and start all over again. And and use the ultimate one is where Nassar Damasus talking eighteen hundred years from now nearly in thirty seven ninety seven and long story short. He's talking about astrology constellations being places that people inhabit forever. You have talked about some kind of what you call astrological impediment of the past Presidents Bush Obama and Trump what did they share? They share this. They share what is in astrology the self delusional par excellence as they say in France, you know, the the excellent self delusion little potential of a sun square in aspect to the planet Neptune. Now, layman's term, your son is your ego. Your personality and Neptune in this case is what's the unconscious hides from your conscious mind that you don't even know is motivating a lot of what you do. And in the case of if you have positive access aspects to balance that out, it it helps you unfortunately, the first twenty first century President, George W Bush who at least two I mean Clinton also was there, but he was finishing his presidency. The first complete term President, George W Bush was had this Neptune square the sun with nine ally helpful aspects, and it basically I contend made him think that he was talking to God and God told him to invade Iraq and say on on sixty minutes. He said, I don't count, you know, you get advice. From your father says I get my advice from a higher father and long. Very short. It made him think that he's got that his he was getting divine messages. In fact, the the results of some of those disastrous wars and military quagmire is we've been in a lot of what's kind of running things until the ground for the country. We're still there. Jeez. Phil there, and we're still there. We're not we're not we're in the quicksand in the Middle East now. So that was that's I could say more, and I said much more than other books. But in the short time, we have the next person to look at it as a little trickier in that is Barack Obama the second two-term, president twenty twenty-first-century century. He also had that aspect, but he had a lot of interesting aspects of other plants around it that shaped him in a very different direction of delusional thinking to some some in the summer he short of it. It would be it's it's kind of where you you are always trying to win the impossible woman. The the woman is impossible to do only in politics. Oftentimes, the Freudian psychology would back me up on..

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"thiokol" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:42 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's Hogue prophecy dot com, and he spells his name H O G U E, John you, and I differ a little bit on why we have the climate change how we're getting there. But we do agree that it's happening. And I've always respected your thoughts. And I've always respected you, and and anyone who has a different opinion. And I I hope I'm wrong. I there's no way I wanna be right about this. But it's just like I feel like somebody during the last fourth turning last cycle of planetary crisis, which was nineteen thirties and forties. I feel like if I were back then this is nineteen thirty nine and I'm on a radio show trying to warn people about how Hitler wants to take over the world. And it gets to a point where human nature being such as it is it things have to start happening. The war. Starts and then rather than prevent it people then have to summon themselves to create and nobody created more in those six years of World War Two than human race at that time. So what I'm hoping it's a terrible thing to help about. But it's it's a reality. Dislike the scare of having been told that you have diabetes or something that you scare it can be used to change your life. And I'm hoping will happen is when people understand how this thing is coming rapidly atas that at any moment, we may see the oceans rise just ten fifteen feet, and that might be enough to shut down all the ports disrupt the commerce of the world and bring into reality. What could be eight billion people by twenty twenty four eighty seven billion of those people who don't make it in the twenty thirties. How can we change though, so many years of doing this so quickly? Well, this is this is what makes this. Such a kind of scary thing. That's right. It's like, I'm not sure we can. And and we have to maybe the first thing we have to do is is confront that. I know I'm confronting you know, I've been grieving about this and trying to kind of reconcile as many scientists that I've read recently like Dr Jim L is trying to deal with this. And he's been at the forefront of this seeing it all happening for twenty thirty years cross the world, and the the most important thing, I can do is is harness. What I do is in intuitive profit person with the science. And then, unfortunately, let's the initial issues unravel to a point where we have these wakeup Pearl Harbor events. Just coming out isn't coming at us. And I guess analogy is like this. It's sort of like deep impact the movie only, unfortunately, climate change or disruption is not as obvious as a comet coming at you or an asteroid. You know, he's going to have an extinction level potentially. Then if it's not stopped. And when that's when that's clearly seen by enough people on the planet. It's like all the stuff that we usually argue about and fight about whether you're Republican or democrat or any of that that all gets when you really before in a human race threatening disaster. It kind of brings a whole new focus into people's lives. And the other thing finish with is that there's definitely going to be an interesting global civil rights. Nonviolent civil disobedience movie movement like Gandhi did in India that's going to start on the fifteenth of this month in capitals all over the planet. It's called the movements called echoes side rebellion, and it's mostly young people who are rising up more and more. We're going to go and sit and stop the downtowns of many capitals to finally bring the mainstream news force them to actually listen to the young people. 'cause it's this is going to be the young people fighting for their kid always has been John art are you, of course, you know, protested Vietnam the mistake, I think everybody made during that era was attacking the troops to which I should never have done. But they're they're they're protesting. The war was absolutely right. Yes. And they're protesting of a of a world that's thinks that they can consume this planet like it's three times more planets that it is. And and. And do the things we're doing. I mean, you know, I've been saying this all the years we've been on that every year we step deeper into the twenty first century events are going to tell us you've got to redefine what it is to be a human being on all levels. And now I would add or you're going to be extinct by twenty fifty when we were in Everett. We also talked about the space shuttle challenger disaster. And how strangely Nostradamus somehow predicted that could you explain that? Yeah. I mean, it's a mean it's two famous predictions that one that that's quite train eighty one of century one that also blends into another train sixty five th century nine you see he took all of his four lines versus must have thrown them up in the air and. And had the mixed around. So they could get it all the time. And so, you know, it it shows a couple of things that shows where somebody can actually name something for centuries ago that might have been the culprit of the challenger disaster. And also get something wrong at the same time shows the futures fluid. I. He starts off by saying nine will be set apart from the human flock. So that means they're they're out there somewhere. That's not where human beings are separated from judgment and counsel their fate to be determined on departure. And then he goes into this weird cryptic thing with Greek Kappa, which is a letter K feta, which is the letter t h in Greek allow that end Lambda to let letter L dead banished and scattered now. Without the ability to the detective and not knowing where your Greek and things he'd wonder. Okay. What's the key? That makes this sound like anything suddenly become something. Well, it's it's the anagram Michael switching around the T H to the front. The K to the center and the L these happened to be the consequence of a word. That's missing. It's I o n o vowels. If if which he's done this before we'll just have the consonants out there. And you gotta fill in the blanks like Mabus for the third anti Christ. Now, we have 'em Bs out there, we we are actually doing the reverse. We call Mohammed bin Salman, who's the most significant candidate in thirty years for the third Andy crise called NBS. Well, that's dropped the in the U of Mabaso you get MBA perfectly. That's right in the same way. If you take t h k and l and fill in the missing vows this time, you get fire. Call Thiokol Morton Thiokol company, right? Yeah. Hey, we're the company that made the faulty o-rings. That's right. Where people in NASA were saying, look, we council you not to launch and the cold things are wrong. It's not quite ready. And they're being forced to go. Go go they launched in January eighty six with a lot of cold. And of course, there were seven rather than nine. So that changed, but they were they bless the flock. And they were blown up in departure vanished and scattered like the parts falling out of the sky. Suddenly the prophecy clicks if you find the right key. And that company eventually merged with another company was kind of like hidden away after that disaster. Yeah, they kinda. Yeah. They kind of vanishing absorbed. But I think the wind bankruptcy at. I. I'm not sure about that. But I have to check that. But so so the other funny thing about Saddam says that he will also come back to a theme from another prophecy. It's like putting a puzzle together. And so in quad trained, sixty five century nine the last two lines talk about the unripe fruit will be the source of the great scandal. Great blame to the other great praise. Well, great blame to the American space program at that time, but great praise to what was the latter days Selvi union, which we're creating mirror and actually established the first semi permanent space station around the same time the mid eighties. So it kind of fits with that. But there's a positive note in in the six o'clock train sixty five which I find rather intriguing that sixty. I five is very close in nineteen sixty nine which happens. Sometimes in the squad trains where the dates come out in the numbers. It says the same one that had the two lines about the unripe fruits fruit says he will come to take himself to the corner of the moon where he will be taken and placed on land. So here's not Saddam is predicting the moon land. Yeah. Which which was an upbeat prediction was going to ask you, John? Are there any predictions in the future with Ostra 'Damas that are uplifting? Yeah. I mean, I mean the ultimate one that I think the horrors that I was talking about. I know that are helpful is because first thing I want to do is look at well who are the people who do the hardest thing you can do is date the future in a right with the date. That's very hard to do that that's not Saddam. This is one of the best at one time. I did a control experiment where I took all the best prophets who had proven. They can do that. And I did a timeline a book called the millennium book of prophecy, which I published in nineteen ninety four and and in the time line when she wants you it gets really cluttered with dates up to the millennium change, and then it kind of Peters out after twenty twelve and then you only have a few after that. But you do definitely have dates after that. So it shows that humanity. There's a good chance. Something of humanity will survive this and start all over again. And and use the ultimate one is where Nassar Damasus talking eighteen hundred years from now nearly in thirty seven ninety seven and long story short. He's talking about astrology constellations being places that people inhabit forever. You have talked about some kind of what you call astrological impediment of the past Presidents Bush Obama in Trump, what did they share? They share this. They share what is in astrology the self delusional par excellence as they say in France, you know, the the excellent self delusional potential of a sun square in aspect to the planet Neptune. Now, layman's term, your son is your ego. Your personality and Neptune in this case is what the unconscious hides from your conscious mind that you don't even know is motivating a lot of what you do. And in the case of if you have positive access aspects to balance that out, it it helps you unfortunately, the first twenty first century President, George W Bush who at least two I mean, but Clinton also was there, but he was finishing his presidency. The first complete term President, George W Bush was had this Neptune square the sun with nine ally helpful aspects, and it basically I contend made him think that he was talking to God and God told him to invade Iraq and say on on sixty minutes. He said, I don't count you. You get advice from your father and says, well, I get my advice from a higher father and long. Very short. It made him think that he's got that his they was getting divine messages. In fact, the the results of some of those disastrous wars and military quagmire we've been in a lot of what's kind of running things into the ground for the country. We're still there. Jeez. Still there, and we're still there. We're not we're not we're in the quicksand in the Middle East now. So that was that's there. I could say more, and I said much more than other books..

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"thiokol" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on KOMO

"Leno was five to shoot gets off to Chris deep left wing three. Twenty-one sleet, seventy seven seventy two forty five seconds left. Yeah. I was big David Chris with four three pointers tonight, including that dagger to make it a five point game. And you heard seventy seven points that gave Washington Oregon state never got up to that number. So that's really your game winning shot. Right. There are no doubt in a huge three pointer from David Chris and one that you know, you just heard coach hot talk about an extra pass a rhythm. Jumper a wide open shop for a guy that was four of six from from three point range and then bigger than that one there. So the huskies get twenty two from Chris they get twenty two from Dickerson along with seventeen rebounds eighteen from Jalen Noel, an eighty one to seventy six overtime win against Oregon state approved a fifteen in two in the league and twenty four and six overall on the season Matisse block count up to sixty nine with two more swats Matisse Thiokol steel count up to one zero five with four more pickpockets. And he is now just five steel shy of tying Jason Kidd for. The most prolific steel season in the history of our proud conference. I mean, there've been a lot of great defensive players to blame his league. Nobody's eclipsed one hundred steals twice in their career. And nobody's done. What Matisse titles ever done to see him continue to make history? I wanna see break these records. I want to see him get the recognition that he deserves her for being such a fantastic defender. Great player in a great person. So keep it coming Matisse. And then we've got the chance to see the team make history. The gophers sixteenth Pac twelve win on Saturday on senior night against Oregon bowl teams. If you want to come to the game find somebody, you know and asking for tickets. It's not gonna be any room in here. It's going to be I think like I said emotional for these guys. But at the same time, you know, there is a job to be done in a special season to continue to try to to achieve. So have they have the ceremony. Enjoy it with your friends and your family and then played the best forty minutes that you can possibly play against an Oregon team is pretty hot right now. Right. Smashing or Washington state believe over in the palooza last I heard, and so you know, nothing is easy. And we saw that tonight with Oregon state team. That's got some talent they can put up some some numbers. And so you're you're going to have to fight for everything the rest of this way, wherever that ends, and wherever it takes you, you know, you're going to have to fight for it. Yeah. They beat Arizona and Arizona state by more than twenty last weekend as well. So Oregon state comes in hot, and it should be a fantastic and I at Alaska Airlines arena. So that was your air van move of the game..

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"thiokol" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"thiokol" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's a lovely night. And I'll save skyline studios. Joining me is comedian Paul five are Esquire. Do you feel? I feel like I learned a lot from my lawyer friends. Very lucky you Todd Bellcore. Dave Lundy renowned Mariotti Kendrick Boesky. My mom wants make it a law school. I tell him. Why shouldn't? I mean law school is a great thing. I have no problems with people never discouraged people from going along school becoming a lawyer is a whole different animal. I mean, I loved it. When I did it full time like it now when I do it very little, and I like to have that side of me when I could talk to her not like keep up and understand what's going on. It would probably take me a long time to finish law school part time, wouldn't it? I mean, do you know anybody who's ever done it part time? No one person. But he did not end up practicing, really. Did you do it like on the weekends? He did it in night school. Okay. And he did it in Detroit. And he got his degree after I think seven or take a long it takes a long time. I think if I just started maybe my mom would be happy to imagines teller. You did. I can't do that. My mom's always been so supportive of everything that I do. So I can't I can't I can't lie to her. And I kind of feel I mean, I don't know. I don't know if that window has has closed, I know a lot of people go back to school. So we're we're trying to reach out to we're gonna to to Jen Kirkman and just a little bit. Who is performing at a talent salary. I'll tell you how Talia Talia the great solu- Thalia hall. Now, you're throwing all different kinds of thoughts. But she'll be failure hall. This Thursday, value, hall dot Thia Thiokol, Chicago dot com. For more information about tickets, she'll be signing books and she'll be.

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