17 Burst results for "Thomas La"

"thomas la" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:41 min | 8 months ago

"thomas la" Discussed on No Laying Up

"No way yeah. We switched and he hit the t-ball. I didn't think that far enough in advance. Because i was so nervous and i ended up. He had on a green. He ended up. I had like a four and a half footer. And i'm like i'd rather drive than having four and a half foot or is it driver. The driver yeah and yeah you should have taken that sure but we ended up winning that match. We played mcgaw. Forget who else. Miguel played with one. I think we wanted three and two and thankfully j. hit it like a foot on sixteen where i didn't have to putt. They gave me the pot. Thank god that was pretty awesome. We both have a picture of that first. One we're kind of holding each other's hands just like yeah. And he decided to me. I signed it to him. And i had that hanging one of my goosebumps thinking about it. Great thomas la that remember that right. Oh three presidents cup. That seems like there should be a documentary about that about that presents. It's crazy it's so seventeen. Seventeen i that ends in a tie. I don't know how the presidents cup did away with that sudden-death playoff and had to be one of the greatest things in gaul. But you know what. I didn't like about that. I mean i would rather have seen like seventeen man or or or two. Six man scrambles or somehow it shouldn't shouldn't have a team event and on an individual and that's the only thing i didn't like and it actually worked those guys you talk about being in zone. I mean they both. I think they both birdied eighteen. They both made good par putts on one like three or four feet and then they you know tiger made to sixteen foot slider on number two ernie made like an eight footer and both of them walked off the green. Like i mean it was like they didn't know anybody. There team focused like well. What we're going to you know the funny. The funniest thing was is somebody okay. We'll call it a tie. And and gary is like okay. We'll call it. Diane jacko's well we win because we retain a cup and gary. No no no no. I don't remember. I never heard that. Oh it was great and then we decided there and then we would share the cup and it was the right thing to do. It was it was. It was obviously really dark. The irish in the camera wasn't showing what it was. I mean tiger made up. It was sure will and then ernie right on top of them. I mean it was. It was great. I was rooting for ernie to make that yours american because here he is on in south africa being a south african for the president's cup. And if he would miss epa it would have been terrible for him. And you know the Ambassador he is for that country so you know it was. It worked out great. I think that was it. History that to Yeah gosh i wanna see. I can't get enough of that event because what was that trip like. Did you guys spend extra time down there at all in the front end because that seems like a tough trip to make solely we went there and then the next week we had a world golf championship and i think it was in In london pretty sure. It was in london so a lot of us went from there to the world golf championship. Just about all of us went there and a lot of our wise. They had a plane for them to go home. I know my wife was seven. Seven months pregnant with our last child during that one i was just trying to look at. What time of year was this. Do you remember. It would have been novem or october november. It would have been Whenever the presence gives a week after the president's cup okay. And i. I don't remember that. Wc in london. that's interesting. I feel like they've gotten way to set up in the. Us the the there used to be one ireland. I think at one point. The american was wanting cork. Yes yeah what's the greatest shot you think you've ever seen hit by could be by. Anyone could be under tournament play not undetermined play or the. I really amazing shot. That comes to mind is probably an easier question. Wow they're so You know the shot. He hit tiger head on eighteen. At canadian open was out of the bunker was pretty special shot. You know there's so many great show. I love anything team competition. I mean just even what. The americans did this year. Like some of those three woods at justin thomas was hidden on number sixteen to get it in there. Or whatever you sitting in there. They were making eagle. I know he made eagle on his own. I think he made it with jordan. Speed jordan made a platform. And i think they played team. He made eagle and then jordan made an alternate shot. And i love seeing like shots in the par-five where there's trouble everywhere and there ended up a foot. I mean it's good stuff. And i had this on here to ask you. Which was if you had one mulligan to take at any point in your career. What would it be. You may have semi answered that with your putt on the in two thousand four straits. Yeah i would. I would love to. I'd love to have two putts at that one. That was because it was a pretty easy but it was literally just hit hard enough. And i just left it a little bit short. It was just a straight putt to hard enough. Any other big events that we haven't covered that From your career that stick out the most it a little inside from the other side of also..

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"thomas la" Discussed on Chosen Family

Chosen Family

03:48 min | 8 months ago

"thomas la" Discussed on Chosen Family

"Very good end. The lyrics are very good. There's in one song my favorite line on the album. She sings that it's very simple. She just sings that she shouldn't fall in love with singers. Because they're going to get away anyways And and sounds very basic like this but if you listen to it now you'll just hear the emotion here cloud kind of reflecting on her own life because we feel there's like lived experience there. I'm really excited to listen to this. But i have to ask you. How does it compare to the sound of your arch-nemesis chatelet okay. It'll charlotte galbraith for people. Who don't know she's a quasi. I didn't enjoy shot. let's album either. It felt very disingenuous to me. And just it's this. There's this thing happening in music right. Now's the result of social media. Where it's just. It's everything is very uri right. You know it's like it's much better better taste. And i guess they're like an actual emotional notion there's so much soul and yeah i'm not a big fan and i want to create room for people who are not fans of shallow kevin here in quebec where we live. She is a big. Maybe you know where you live. And no offense to her or the people who listened to her. It just didn't work. Which physically kind of the same. I'd like scrawny tall moderately looking at my brought up so that because what you're describing them lake. Are you leading me down. A shah in charlotte is not disco. Electro right it's not like and by the way there's a new disco song which is really disco seriously especially french disco. We need more french disco. Because you and i we love data and there's this tragic in some of the songs there's the same that's what i need tragedy holly melancholy ian and i would even say some milan similar foul mouth in there so i think you really love it. Chosen family is produced by me. China winter and me. Thomas la la aided mcmahon edits and mixes the show. Then tally dongo. Our contributing producer as k. Robert is our new digital producer. Welcome to the team. Tina verma is our senior producer. And arve noorani is the executive producer of cbc podcasts. And i wanna take a minute to thank judy. Who was our digital producer. For many years it was a pleasure working with you and good luck on new end. Yes as we love you judy. Chosen families music is by the lost voice chosen families a cbc podcast originally developed in association with fi studio and we are recording this season at tomi park studio. of course. don't forget to follow us on social media at chosen families show. That's our instagram. Check out our column and videos for extra which you can find extra magazine. That's x t r magazine dot com. And we are happy to be on a new platform There are a few episodes of chosen family on the audio podcast app. It's the french. Podcast at biohazard can the sibling Organization to cbc. So we're really happy to have our greatest hits really on the on. The platform of course listened to chosen family. Wherever you get your podcasts and if you're listening on.

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"thomas la" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:37 min | 9 months ago

"thomas la" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Aka ceo the holy roman empire ceo of the hr e. That's right. He was involved in placed in a sitting position in his tomb which was super cool. Yeah and we know that because a couple of hundred years after he died the the then ruler of the holy roman empire out of the third crack his tomb open and went inside. And you're right. He's sitting up super unsettling. Yeah he's watching me so they're using herbs and they're using salt and they're using smoke in they're using things that They could find at the time kind of like. I said how you would preserve animal if you were to kill wanna eat that animal and because that's all we anyway right and it started to decline in the middle ages costly These herbs were expensive unless you were super upper class or even royal than you couldn't afford it to begin with and then religious opposition kinda starts to pop up in the middle ages and it was sort of during this ause that they actually Took a leap forward. I guess you could say. And the renaissance when alba sudden people like a scientists awesome artists. Cool the body is great. Let's investigate it more. Yeah and it was davinci himself. That actually developed was the as far as i can tell one of the first two or the first to develop an injection method which is sort of not sort of. It's exactly how we do it today. When instead of like putting things inside the body cavity you would actually inject something into the bloodstream right. And if you've ever been in an embalming room You know that they use exactly the same invention. Davinci came up with with wooden gears to power the pumps and a flying machine. That goes around the room. I can't quite put my finger on what it does. I think it's mostly for show. I think so too so It the french and the italians really were the ones we talked about thomas La homes in the united states. And you know we do that. Because he was an american..

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"thomas la" Discussed on Chosen Family

Chosen Family

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"thomas la" Discussed on Chosen Family

"Hi i'm anesthesia abuse. I am a two time olympic speedskater my whole life. I have been surrounded by athletes and every one of them has a story that a scoreboard will never capture. It's not an easy thing to be with an athlete but don't understand why they're making fun of me. Because i like to figure escape players on voices all about the person inside the performance. When you're so in it. I think perhaps we're the people that understand that the least subscribe now. Wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast on the last day of shooting. Reu speech saying like you know you are going to change people's lives. This is really. You have a huge privilege in your about to enter new part of your lives and you'll careers and the last they said was don't fucking look in the comments. Welcome to a new episode of chosen family. I'm trying to winter. And i'm thomas la- blah that was reese. Nicholson you just heard the australian comedian. Who's a judge on rupaul's drag race down under getting closer and closer to the drag race. Inner sanctum and we are taking you there with us also on the show today we have a very special obsession segment. We have invited. Tom cap along. He is the curator of the christopher street. Reader instagram account. Which i'm obsessed with is going to give us a sort of crash course.

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"thomas la" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"thomas la" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"I'll operatives captured him in rural serbia. Evidently he murdered his entire family along with six others. Who is he. I replied in a near whisper. That is not a he a father. O'hara remarked that is an. It turned to look at him. What do you mean i asked. Tom collini chuckled from behind me. Surprising me once again with his presence. Dhamma slava's is no longer a human being father mansion. He said thomas la his vamp are wheeled around to find myself eye to eye with collini. Enough of this. I shouted with wisn face. Who is that man. And why is he in that cell Would you please be so kind as to redirect your attention to the window. Asfaw throw horror. I did as he requested. At which point. He pressed another button on the wall. The figuring sell immediately sprint. Life from the floor and catapulted itself had long against the window seeing its face. I instinctively recoiled. The pupils of his catlike is narrow black slaves ring by sulfur his mouth gaping red gash failed with yellowing raise. Sharp fang continued to smash his body against the window all the while gnashing his hideous teeth and bellowing in a beast light role. Don't worry said father o'hara he can't see. I stumbled a few steps backward and cross myself. What the as dom collini said o'hara interrupted that. His vampire a goto him with wild is impossible. I spotted stay. There are no such things. It's it's a superstition station and yet his one before your very eyes replied don collini. Father o'hara closed the window. Usher.

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"thomas la" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"thomas la" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

15:22 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And welcome back with Arthur Holland Michelle the book is in the sky. Arthur, do you think this technology has solved issue or did something major? In, in terms of its military, use military used primarily because I guess that's words being applied right now. Well, it's quite difficult to answer that question, because all of these upper rations of classified, and I tried. So hard to get the military to give me a straight Hans or as to, you know how technology has impacted the wolves. And I, I really didn't get any details, but some of the facts, speak for themselves. So, you know, these, these aircraft osteo operating, they are they continue to be in high demand, which suggests that they having some kind of affect, and that it is some kind of desirable effect. But we don't know what that is that saving lives. Or is it helping to roll up networks of insurgence, or is it to achieve some of the set of goals, we, we don't really know? And then I think it's important that we do continue to ask for that information because I think it's significant you know how they have right now, these traffic cameras, that a lot of communities now are beginning to dump because they don't like them will they ever revert to this? Well, you know what we have seen. Seen in a number of cities is that police departments of fried deploying, this technology and they have run up against the community actually we don't want this that happened in Dayton that happened in Miami. And that happened in in Baltimore. So, you know, the that is definitely something to keep in mind as we consider overwatch future is that, you know, there is a limit to how much we will allow us to be watched and this technology might over the line. What about facial technology? Arthur, what do you hear about that? So it is a tremendous issue. Pot of what is Hera about facial recognition technology? Is that much of the infrastructure already exists? So they're already cameras that are constantly recording faces everywhere we go. They're all however challenges, some of the portrayals of facial recognition, make it sound like it's much simpler than it, actually, is, you need to have very very, high quality cameras. You need to have a very dense spread of cameras. You need to have really good algorithms, that can deliver a high rate of true and a low rate of false negatives and post positives. You know, all that, that minutia that people don't really like to talk about. You know, I guess one way to put it is that they're really technical challenges that we've got to contend with. But all of that is falling very quickly. And so now really is the time to have that discussion before technology is deployed at scale. All right. Let's go to the phones now. Let's go to Bill truck driving in the state of Washington to get started high Bill. Go ahead. Hey, hey, Georgia. You know, this is a classic pan off the con- conspiracy. All right. We know Putin is possibly the richest man in the world. We know regardless of your politics. We know from the Muller report, eight president of the United States is not subject to the law. So my question is simple. You know, and also there's turnkey tyranny like Snowden said, but it comes down to this, because it is kind of political people are going to say, well, wait a minute, depending on what side you're people are gonna say, well, wait a minute. America must be a legit country because all this is coming out. So my question is really, it comes down to does this technology make you feel safer. Well, that's a good question. It is a good question. Look, you know, I actually witnessed a shooting a few years ago and vary. Alley in the morning. In fact, about this exact time eastern time in, in Brooklyn and thinking about the technology it occurred to me that it probably would have been able to lead the police directly to the people who did it who would not found. I mean that was an unsolved assault. Fortunately, the victim to die. But that really gave me polls thought, you know, do we want to see muderous walk free? No suddenly not. But you also mentioned the political side of it, and the truth is that it's not always so simple when there is a public technology for ROY rounding up muderers, it's not just used for rounding mutters. And that's why the process is so important, you know, we have Wia tapping, for example, you know, the government can listen into phone, but it can only do. So if it has probable causes get that court order. Exactly. And that is a good thing. That prevents. Agencies from listening in at cools dubious reason. So if the protections are in place then suddenly this technology could make us safe. I gotta tell you, though, Arthur if I were a parent in my child got up -ducted and this technology got that child back quickly and safely within minutes. Let's say, I would not care about the privacy issue if that happened suddenly, but what if you're the parent of a child who is attending a peaceful protest. And there is an agency that is tracking all of those individuals back to the home. See, then you've got an issue with that. Exactly. It's a double edged sword. Technology to go off to those kidnappers, and those murderers, can we wait this and say, what is the best advantage, either having it or not in Wyatt. In come up with the pros and cons. Absolutely. I think that we have a an excellent system to come up with that balance. We have a democratic system where you can have a community of stakeholders that come together debate. The issue there checks and balances there structures accountability, an agency, conscious, go and spend millions and millions of dollars without any oversight, if it does happen, then people say, no that that goes against principle. I think the issue is really not that it's happening, or, or the it's, it's, it's technology. I think the issue is who's using it in who's watching, those are the people. We don't trust. Absolutely. And so that goes to one of the key elements that I think is going to be necessary, which is transparency. You know, the system breaks pot very quickly if we don't know who has the technology what they using it for. First time caller. John is with us truck driving in Illinois. John, go ahead. Lots of truck drivers tonight. Hi, john. How are we doing tonight, George? Okay. Thanks caller. As you said, listen to the show off and on two years now. Thank you. But I did have a question about this, I in the sky program if it's mounted on a drone what do they do? When it has to come down to fuel ING, did they just lose picture for X amount of time and then continue along when it comes back up, or do they have contingencies in place for that? Or do they have backup is in the skyer phenomenal question? And, and what they do is, it's, it's kind of like a relay race. So these drones the drones that use the golden staffer example they can fly for more than twenty four hours at a time. So you have a drone suckling over the target, and then it starts to run low and fuel. And so they will dispatch a new drone to come in and take over the right of the moment. When the first round has to heading back. This is called the combat epic. Very clever technique to maintain a completely unblinking in the sky for as long as you want that have being targets who have been watched persistently for not just days, actually weeks on end that is to say that the F has never had is off the target for even a few seconds. The weeks on end. It's like these old westerns where somebody was watching the camp at night for everybody who slept. And then when it was time for that guy to go to bed. Somebody replaced him. Maybe that's got the idea. They could have they're getting them all from Hollywood, aren't they? Yes. Next up. Let's go to Thomas LA Hoya, California. Hey, Tom, go ahead. Thank you for taking my call. George always information. You know, Arthur it seems to me that they space, federations, NASA, and that could use this technology to survey, the Mon Mars. I mean, it would be very valuable, if you knew over a period of days, weeks months is something was moving on the surface of the Mon are Mars. I'm reminded of the military project project clementine twenty five years ago, which did a high resolution survey of every inch square inch of the Mon now the nineteen ninety four but are you aware if any of the space agency's, whether it's nah? Nasa, the European Space Agency Russian federation, China is incorporating this technology to survey the moon Mars possibly, Venus. And you could record over days, weeks months, if anything is moving on the surface. So the those groups, I'd imagine very much aware of the technology, but as far as I'm a wet, they are thinking about it for a looking in the other direction that is to say it because there are all sorts of fascinating things that one can do when one recalled very large areas over as you say, days, all weeks or months. One of the applications for the technology that I haven't mentioned yet is in disaster response. So you think about the autumn of Harkin Katrina thousands of people that was stranded on the rooftops and in New Orleans, and it took hundreds of hours of helicopter flights, probably thousands of flights to find all of those people because each of these helicopters, have very, very narrow field of you. Well, if you pop one of these wide area cameras over the area, you'll you will, in theory, be able to pick up everybody who's on a rooftop, very, very quickly, thus saving precious time and, and resources. And so there's tremendous interest in things like that serving environmental monitoring because as, as we know every technology does have its, you know, it's, it's sort of plow shit uses. Is it just a remarkable that it's happening and seems to be happening? Arthur, very quickly. Absolutely. I mean, that was one of the struggles in writing this book, is that I had to continuously change. It update data. Yeah. Incorporate new information and also information that seemed very much of the cutting edge, you know, years ago when I began, you know, a little bit sort of old hat by the time. It's, it's published though it is, it's moving very, very quick. Was it difficult for you to get the information for the book? It was a it was a long process. You know, a lot of the individuals who were involved in the development of technology have never spoken publicly about it before. How did you know it existed? Well, it, it, it has been publicized somewhat. You know, the Golden State has been written about the fundamental technology isn't known. It's not like I revealed a classified program that had never been mentioned in the public sphere. The full that being said, you know that wasn't. Much information available publicly unsettling not publicly in sort of easily accessible way a little bit information's buried deep in public. The OD reports budget documents and things of that nature, but in terms of the people who I spoke to, they recognize that this is an important story. That was even a sense from them that they wanted this story out that because they knew that this had implications that went beyond them, you know, historical implications because they had created something of true power, and they knew that we needed to be having a dialogue about it, and, and that worked in my favor. And I hope I put together story that someone does Justice to have they named this Gordon stare or have you Gordon's there. They named it Gordon step. What does that tell you? I mean who would name Medusa a Greek myth? Logical entity that had snakes on her head that turn people to stone when they looked at her who would name this project after that. Well, what does that tell you, as one surveillance, handbook manual, put it that I read, sometimes you want your enemy think that, that constantly being watched you want your enemy to always be looking over his shoulder? And so if you have a camera called Gogi instead named after an old, seeing mythological creature. Snakes on her head with on a head you. You may be cheating exactly that it also helps if said camera is the most powerful camera have created..

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"thomas la" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:37 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast. Our final segment with Lauren Weinstein as we talk about high technology. Let's go to Thomas LA Hoya, California. Tom go ahead. Hi, george. Thank you for taking my call. I agree with you. Dick, Tracy was way ahead of time. Your was. Thank you for everything. You do at your at supplies to hear your interviews, Lauren, there are for our desks, tops and laptops. There are four operating systems. Microsoft as windows, apple has MAC OS, Google alphabet has chrome OS. And then there is open source on x. And I was wondering if you had any personal recommendations in terms of obtaining operating system that is absolutely secure against internet criminality, Mel wear, and also against the no privacy of the internet. Do you have any recommendations personally? Unfortunately, you use the word absolute I believe in there. And there is no absolute security for any of these operating systems, and they all have their their, their pluses and minuses part of the way they bring security to those systems, sort of depends on your willingness to stay with him, there within their ecosystems. In other words, if you're using an apple operating system, and you mainly deal. With apple, you're using Google, you're using Android, or chrome, and you use the play store to get the apps where they're scabbed from all wear similar, similar for Microsoft, Lineker is a is a is a different kind of thing because, as you said, it is open source, if you if you know what you're doing if you're, if you're willing to spend the time to really understand that Lennox has has a lot to recommend it. I actually I'm sitting here right now in front of a Lennox desktop, but I would not necessarily suggest that people who don't have the time to really learn the details of the systems, does a -sarily US Olympic stuff. Stop at one time there were hopes that it would become a real competitor, for, for windows, for example, that really hasn't happened because in a way, the pluses of open source with all the varying packages, and varying approaches to do things. Can be a detriment of some ways if someone doesn't have enough technical skill or the time even to dig through all of that. So among the, the operating system, you listed, I would not say that anyone is better than any other in terms of absolute security absolute privacy. They all have pluses and minuses, and it's really like I said, more of a matter of a world, where do you wanna where do you wanna lay your stake in this, which, which one do you wanna cut it devote yourself to if you have all of your probation with one or the other, you can usually take advantage of, of the various mechanisms, they have for privacy for security, but that decision is going to be very personal, and it's going to be based on, you know, a lot of factors, including what kind of hardware you could afford. What kind of applications you mostly use your computer for all of that, sort? Fortunately, I can't give any reasonable overriding answer to that. Question. They wish they could Steven Jobs when he and Wozniak invented the personal computer saw where we'd be today. They were, you know, Steven was was was certainly a visionary. I don't think he could see at apple has not been the same since since he's been going, and what's driving apple the phone as opposed to the computer now. I think apple is moving pretty quickly into a service model. I mean, all the all of these companies now are basically moving toward less emphasis on hardware per se and more service subscription models where you're paying you every month for something for something have one time purchases. But certainly Stephen was was was visionary. I don't necessarily think he could have, you know, seen all the details, but we kind of remarkable when you think it's not that many years, he stood there on a stage and showed the very first iphone, and there's no denying the fact that was a revolutionary. Product from which a tremendous amount has, has evolved heartbeat, by by, by most enders could hit could even magin that a smartphone would be. We were talking earlier, it would be running artificial intelligence software. Maybe not. But he certainly was ahead of his times ahead of time in many ways, and the, the industry, owes at a very large debt. Sure does. Let's go to someone called anonymous. Hello there. Hi, george. Talent from the non tonight. When Orlando four nine dividing the body on whether to call that field. That. Affluence and places tell you what happened and. And if nothing else might be painful that are listening out there. When wise the went on and on and can partake in sales just named start from the beginning. This happened nine lace now years ago, nine years. Not receipt com. And they started out normal anything and that others wants Indiana. He was safe. Another call and die are saying. Obscene days to answer or work on amicable beach in, my that was quite whinge. And I'm place with maybe I'll kill you. I'll get Dow and all this stuff. Okay. Here's what happened. Happened nine years ago. Things could happen. People have nail down if connecting it. This is what happened. What they did. I reported his his how conversation they in what that was. Target. Why glad to lay down on my brother lived out? Country. The lawn can't you. There's several down that road really know. Mile from each one. What would I called PayPal? Some other people that live on his right. These people can do I call it. Whatever you say nineteen got back and pick out. Arts of the words of your conversation and had. And Piat back on night. Fitness is if you get one if they have enough recording. Sure. That's what they did. To the night damn from. And had him. Everything from someone. It was, you know. Just talk crap. Okay. I'm gonna have to stop your language is out of out of control. But I don't know where she was going with them. Well, I, I kind of it kind of interesting, the I can't really address, you know, that specific story, but. The underlying concept, there of taking something real and shuffling, it around into something that looks different is actually a very a big issue right now. The term that's usually used deep fakes deep fakes and the technology that's available now is such that with a very short relatively short amount of a recording of someone, for example. It is possible to synthesize, an extremely persuasive. Rendition of them saying something completely different that has actually that does happen. Yeah. Yeah. Major this right now is a very the whole issue of deep fakes how to detect them. I think I thought story within the last couple of days about a research group that that was saying they had a, an AI based system in this case that was that was so convincing that it would be, you know, that you needed another AI base system to detect that the original one wasn't what, what if you have enough words, you could probably juxtaposed it any way you want it. You don't even have you actually reset the size. It completely, like just taking words and sticking them, you know, and splicing them together. It recent the sizes to be very convincing. But, but the on that the real concern that goes with this deep fakes that can be done with video, too, and not as easy. It's not as easy, but the technology exists, this is not something that's future, this exists thou-. I have seen examples that are very, very convincing. They're not perfect if you if you if you know what to look for you, can you can see the issues, but magin the implications of being able to take a political figure, and you know, have have show video release a video that shows them saying things, and doing things that they never did they did that. I think it would be it'd be completely, you know, completely synthesized from scratch. It would be put them in a location. They never were in. All that site, all all that science fiction is is is coming around. There was a movie way back called looker. That sort of explored that where they were actually building synthetic versions of people, you know, for, for video based on models and people would say things, and, and, and do things in those videos, that they never actually did at that time that seemed completely impossible, but anyone who's interested in that should look at look deep thinks this is a major area of research, and concern right now, especially when you tied in with all the other concerns about a fake news. Detecting fake news. How much damage could you do? They fake video that makes it look like somebody is saying something completely outrageous, that they never actually said and you can find demonstrations that, that are absolutely, you know, going to make you say, well, what are we going to do about this, because it could undermine if you know, obviously, they've always been wait. Oh, from the very beginning, if otographer there are ways to fake photography. And you know, to do special effects that little Photoshop, and now it's amazing. Now, the technology is getting the point though where it won't take special skills to be able to do this. It will be a pretty much a script based one, two one two, three step kind of what we need more and more getting close to you Afo information. And now they have this kind of technology to fake things. I think it's going to be as I said, they're now saying while you're going to need another one of these systems to detect the other one humans won't be able to do it. So I guess we're gonna have an arms race in in in deep fakes thou. Yeah. Just just what we need. Joe in Long Island. New York head Joseph. On the virtual reality talking about astronaut say would doing that. Could you bring a friend on your reality trip, or if you wanna partial experience, like say, I would maybe want to climb? In two thousand feet on not avarice and maybe. So reality rest of it much of that exists now and, and is rapidly developing climbing towers, climbing mountains and a lot of them. Now a lot of these quest applications. I was talking about, for the quest have social aspects to them. It could be as simple as a way, I think what's it called isn't application called big-screen, which basically you're in a virtual movie theater? And you advice, your friends in, and they all have avatars that represent them and you sit there and you watch the movie that you selected, and you can talk to each other. I guess you have virtual popcorn and, you know, the whole the whole thing, just like you were you were watching the movie, they have virtual dancehalls. And of course, you get into all these issues like if you have strangers who are meeting in virtual environments. How do you deal with, you know, harassment, for example? And that's actually been worked out. There's motions for people to make if they're being harassed and then the harasser gets teleported to another room. All of these things that we've been thinking about for a long time in science fiction are now starting to come in in for for VR, and boy, I, I don't know where it's where it's going to end up. But I, I it's, it's really a fascinating area. It's advanced much faster than I had anticipated. And so it's going to be really, really interesting to watch you, call an exciting to. Yeah. I would I, I was I was, you know, because it was so expensive and so complicated. I just had kind of stayed away from it for for, you know, for a very long time. And it's only now when it's when it's reached this kind of price point for people where they were gonna say, well, that we can really start thinking about this. It's not just, you know, hardcore gamers, who are spending their life savings for these PC's. I expect I expected development to be to be very, very fast. But likely saying early on anyone is interested in this they really have to try it goes. The store and they'll have a out. It is not what you expect it. It's completely different literally put you in the picture. Absolutely literally, Lauren keep in touch, and we'll continue listening to you on our news clips as well. Okay. Thank you, sir. Always a pleasure and my thanks to the entire crew and the audience up next Nick join just as we talk about the latest bombshell developments in the field of Ufology just ahead on coast to coast AM, always on your phone, then you'll be happy to know the.

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"thomas la" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

16:20 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Our final segment with Lauren Weinstein as we talk about high technology. Let's go to Thomas LA Hoya, California. Tom go ahead. Hi, george. Thank you for taking my call. I agree with you. Dick, tracy. Was way ahead of a stock. I sure was. Thank you for everything you do at your supplies to hear your interviews, Lauren, there are for our desk, tops and laptops. There are four operating systems. Microsoft as windows, apple has MAC OS, Google alphabet has chrome OS. And then there is open source all inex-, and I was wondering if you had any personal recommendations in terms of obtaining operating system that is absolutely secure against internet criminality, Mel wear, and also against the no privacy of the internet. Do you have any recommendations personally? Unfortunately, you use the word absolute I believe in there. And there is no absolute security for any of these operating systems, and they all have their their, their pluses and minuses part of the way they bring security to those systems, sort of, on your willingness to stay within their within their ecosystems. In other words, if you're using an apple operating system, and you mainly deal without all you're using Google, you're using Android, or chrome, and you use the play store to get the app where there's scabbed from all wear similar, similar for Microsoft, Lineker is a is a is a different kind of thing because, as you said, it is open source, if you if you know what you're doing if, if you're willing to spend the time to really understand it Lynn has has a lot to recommend it. I actually I'm sitting here right now in front of Lennox desktop, but I would not necessarily. Early suggest that people who don't have the time to really learn the details of these systems -sarily US Olympic stuff. Stop at one time there were hopes that it would become a real competitor, for, for windows, for example, that really hasn't happened because in a way, the pluses of open source with all the varying packages, and varying approaches to doing things can be a detriment of subways. If someone doesn't have enough technical skill or the time even to dig through all of that. So among the, the operating system, you listed, I would not say that anyone is better than any other in terms of absolute security absolute privacy. They all have pluses and minuses and of it's really like I said, more of a matter of where do you wanna where do you wanna leave your stake in this, which, which one do you wanna cut devote yourself to? If you have all of your probation with one or the other, you can usually take advantage of various mechanisms, they have for privacy for security, but that decision is going to be very personal and it's going to be based on, you know, a lot of factors, including what cut hardware you can afford. What kind of applications you, mostly use your computer for all of that, sort of? Fortunately, I can't give any reasonable overriding answer to that question. I wish I could Steven Jobs when he and Wozniak invented the personal computer saw where we'd be today. They were, you know, Steven was was certainly a visionary. I don't think he could see at apple has not been the same since since he's been going, and what's driving apple the phone as opposed to the computer now. I think I think apple is, is moving pretty quickly into a service model. I, I mean all all the all of these companies now are. Basically moving toward less emphasis of hardware per se and more service. That's Christian models where you're paying you every month for something for something have one time purchases. But certainly Stephen was was was visionary. I don't I don't necessarily you know think he could have seen all the details. But we, it's kind of remarkable. When you think it's not that many years since he he's stood there on a stage and showed the very first iphone and there's no denying. The fact that was a revolutionary product from which a tremendous amount has has evolved in a heartbeat, by, by most most dancers could hit could even magin that the smartphone. It'd be we were talking earlier. It would be running artificial intelligence software. Maybe not. But he certainly was a head of times ahead of time in many in many ways, and the industry. Osa. A very large debt. Let's go to someone called anonymous. Hello there. Hi. Hi, george. How Telman anonymous from anonymous tonight? Raising live tonight it on this because I'm perje before not divided. Anybody on whether to call that a field that I won't ask some places won't tell you what happened and ninety eight nine if nothing else maybe people that are listening out there. Wise the went on and what has gone on and can partake in sales. Just start from the beginning. This happened nine at least nine years ago nine years ago. Not say calm, and they started out normal and everything and that found out what mothers want, and I'll Indiana, he was as another call and die are saying out kinds of obscene days doing and we're going to die down. There will be on this. My father was quite wines point, as with movies and I'll kill you. I'll get your dog and all this stuff. Okay. Here's what happened. And this happened nine years ago. Not things could happen. Not be people out there now get down things like this can happen that this is what happened. What they did. I recorded his, his whole conversation they in what they would do that would target. The why that my live down my brother lived out country, and it's a long country. Right. There's stuff. There's several people that live down that road. But he really know. A quarter mile from each one, what I would do I called PayPal. Some other people that lived on his right. They people can do. Whatever you say, I can cut back and pick out. Hearts of the words of your conversation and headed in your voice and play it back and night to own their own sentences with it. If you get one if they have enough recording. Sure. Okay. So that's what they did. Why back to the neighbors that live damn from upper and had him threaten them, and everything call from someone. That was, you know, they just talk crap. Back to okay. I'm gonna have to stop. Your language is out of control. But I don't know where she was going with them. Well, I, I you know, it's, it's kind of, it's kind of interesting, the I can't really address, you know, that specific story, but. The underlying concept, there of taking something, real, shuffling around into something that looks different is actually a very a big issue right now. The term that's usually used deep fakes deep fakes and the technology that's available now is such that with a very short relatively short amount of a recording of someone, for example. It is possible to synthesize. An extremely persuasive. Rendition of saying something completely different that has actually now that does happen. Oh, yeah. Major this right now is a very the whole issue of deep fakes and how to detect them. I think I saw already within the last couple of days about a research group that that was saying they had a, an AI based system in this case that was that was so convincing that it would be, you know, that you needed another AI base system to detect that the original one wasn't what, what if you have enough words, you could probably juxtapose it any way you want it. You don't even have you actually re sympathize it completely. It's not like just taking words and sticking them, you know, and splicing them together. It recent the sizes to be very convincing but, but beyond that the real concern that goes with this with deep fakes is it can be done with video, too, and not as easy. It's not as easy, but the technology exists this is not something that's future this style. I have seen examples that are very, very convincing. They're not perfect. If you if you if you know what to look for you, can you can see the issues, but imagine the implications of being able to take a political figure, and you know, have have show video release a video that shows them saying things, and doing things that they never did they did that. I think it would be it'd be completely, you know, completely synthesized from scratch. It would be put them in a location. They never were in all that site, all all that science fiction is is is coming around. There was a movie way back called looker. That sort of explored that where they were actually a, a building synthetic versions of people, you know, for, for video based on models and people would say things, and, and, and do things in those videos, that they never actually did at that time that seemed completely impossible, but anyone who is interested in that should look at look deep thinks this is a major area of research, and concern right now, especially when you tied in with all the other concerns about a fake news. Detecting fake news. How much damage could you do? They fake video that makes it look like somebody is saying something completely outrageous, that they never actually said and you can find demonstrations of that, that are absolutely, you know, going to make you say, well, what are we going to do about this, because it could undermine if you know, obviously, they've always been wait. Oh, from the very beginning if fee there are ways to fake photography. And you know, to do special effects that little Photoshop, and now it's amazing. That technology is getting the point though where it won't take special skills to be able to do this. It will be pretty much a script based one, two one two, three step kind of what we need more and more getting close to you Afo information. And now they have this kind of technology to fake things. Yeah. And so it's gonna I think it's going to be, as I said, they're now say while you're going to need another one of these systems to detect the other one humans won't be able to do it. So I guess we're gonna have an arms race in in, in deep fakes though. Yeah. Just just what we need. You'll in Long Island New York head Joseph Eilon on the virtual reality would talking about astronaut say would doing that. Could you bring a friend on your part, we -ality trip or if you wanna partial experience, like say, I would maybe want to climb. In two thousand feet on Mount Everest, and maybe so reality rest of it much of that exists now and, and is rapidly developing, you know, climbing towers climbing mountains and a lot of them. Now a lot of these quest applications. I was talking about, for the quest have social aspects to them. It could be as simple as a way I think what's it called? Is it applications called big screen, which basically you're in a virtual movie theater? And you invite your friends in the all have avatars that represent the, and you sit there and you watch the movie that you selected, and you can talk to each other. And I guess you have virtual popcorn and, you know, the whole the whole thing, just like you were you were watching a movie. They have virtual dancehalls. And of course, you get into all these issues like if you have strangers who are meeting in virtual environments. How do you deal with, you know, harassment, for example? And that's actually been worked out. There's motions for people to make if they're being harassed and then the harasser gets teleported to another room. It's all of these things that we've been thinking about for a long time in science fiction are now starting to come in in for for VR, and boy, I, I don't know where it's where it's going to end up. But I, I it's, it's really a fascinating area. It's advanced much faster that I had visited. And so it's going to be really, really interesting to watch. Would you call it an exciting to? Yeah. I, I would I, I was I was, you know, because it was so expensive and so complicated. I just had kind of stayed away from it for for, you know, for a very long time. And it's only now when it's when it's reached this kind of price point for people where they were gonna say, well, that we can really start thinking about this. It's not just, you know, hardcore gamers, who are spending their life savings for these PC's. I expect I expected. Development to be to be very, very fast. But, like we were saying early on anyone who's interested in this, they really have to try, it goes with store and they'll have a doubt. It is not what you expect it. It's completely different literally put you in the picture. Absolutely literally, Lauren keep in touch, and we'll continue listening to you on our news clips as well. Okay. Thank you, sir. Always a pleasure and my thanks to the entire crew and the audience up next Nick pope, join just as we talk about the latest bombshell developments in the field of Ufology just ahead on coast to coast AM, always on your phone, then you'll be happy to know the coast website is now optimized for mobile users just point your iphone or Android browser to coast to coast, AM dot com and enjoy..

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"thomas la" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:11 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on WTVN

"And what to coast to coast. Our final segment with Lauren Weinstein as we talk about high technology. Let's go to Thomas LA Hoya, California. Tom go ahead. Hi, george. Thank you for taking my call. I agree with you. Dick, tracy. Was way ahead of a stock. I sure was. Thank you for everything you do at your supplies to hear your interviews, Lauren, there are for our desk, tops and laptops. There are four operating systems. Microsoft has windows apple has MAC OS, Google alphabet has chrome OS. And then there is open source on x and I was wondering if you had any personal recommendations in terms of obtaining operating system that is absolutely secure against internet criminality, Mel wear, and also against the no privacy of the internet. Do you have any recommendations personally? Unfortunately, you use the word absolute I believe in there. And there is no absolute security for any of these operating systems, and they all have their their, their pluses and minuses part of the way they bring security to those systems, sort of depends on your willingness to stay within their within their ecosystems. In other words, if you're using apple operating system, and you mainly deal with apple, you're using Google, you're using Android, or chrome, and you use the play store to get the apps where they're scanned for malware, similar, similar for Microsoft, Lineker is a is a is a different kind of thing because, as you said, it is open source, if you if you know what you're doing if you're, if you're willing to spend the time to really understand that Lennox has has a lot to recommend it. I actually I'm sitting here right now in front of a Lennox desktop, but I would not necessary. Early suggest that people who don't have the time to really learn the details of these systems, use Olympic stuff. Stop at one time there were hopes that it would become a real competitor, for, for windows, for example, that really hasn't happened because in a way, the pluses of open source with all the varying packages, and varying approaches to doing things can be a detriment of some ways if someone doesn't have enough technical skill or the time even to dig through all of that. So among the, the operating systems you listed, I would not say that anyone is better than any other in terms of absolute security absolute privacy. They all have pluses and minuses, and it's really like I said, more of a matter of, you know, where, where do you wanna where do you wanna lay your stake in this, which, which one do you wanna cut a devote yourself to? If you have all of your information with one or the other, you can usually take advantage of, of the various mechanisms, they have for privacy for security, but that decision is going to be very personal. It's going to be based on, you know, a lot of factors could cut hardware you could afford. What kind of applications you, mostly use your computer for all of that, sort of? Fortunately, I can't give any reasonable overriding answer to that question. I wish I could Steven Jobs when he and Wozniak invented the personal computer saw where we'd be today. They were, you know, Stephen listless, certainly a visionary. I don't think he could see at apple has not been the same since since he's been gone. And what's driving apple the phone as opposed to the computer now? I think I think apple is is moving pretty quickly into a, a service model. I mean, all all the all of these companies now are basically moving toward less emphasis on hardware per se and more service subscription models where you're paying you every month for something for something have one time purchases. But certainly Stephen was was was visionary. I don't I don't necessarily you know, think he could have, you know, all the details, but we, it's kind of remarkable when you think it's not that many years since he's, he's stood there on a stage and showed the very first iphone, and there's no denying the fact that was a revolutionary. Product from which for Mendes amount has, has evolved. Heartbeat by by most of them. Most enders could could even magin that smartphone. It'd be we were talking earlier. It would be running artificial intelligence software. Maybe not. But he certainly was ahead of his times ahead of time in many ways, and the industry, does that a very large debt. Let's go to someone called anonymous. Hello there. Hi, george. How tell them. On the non this tonight ways live tonight on this because I'm with line before and divided anybody on whether to call that I feel that. Affluence and questions. I'll tell you what happened. And ninety eight nine if nothing else, maybe people that are listening out there. When wise going on, and what has gone on and can partake in sales. I just need start from the beginning. This happened nine lace nine years ago, nine years ago. Not receipt. Call and day started out normal, and everything and that found out about this was, you know, Indiana, he was safe. Another call and die are saying out obscene days, doing and we're going to die down there. DJ my that was quite wines from plays with movies and I'll kill you. I'll get you dial and all this stuff. Okay. Here's what happened. And this happened nine years ago, get things like this happen. Not people out there. Get down tonight things if can happen that this is what happened. All right. What they did. I recorded his his how conversation they in what that would do that would target. Glad to live down my brother lived out the country, and it's a long country. There's always, there's several people live down that road that he really know a quarter mile from each one. What I would do. I called PayPal. Some other people that live down his right. What they can do. I recall whatever you say. I can cut back and pick out. Hearts of the words of your conversation and hadn't and you'll bolles. And play it back and night on since is with it, if you get one, if they have enough recording. Sure. So that's what they did. Why back to the night birds that live, damn from up and had him planting them anything everything all from someone that was, you know, we need just talk crap. Back to okay. I'm gonna have to stop. Your language is out of out of control. But I don't know where she was going with them. Well, I, I you know, it's, it's kind of, it's kind of interesting, the I can't really address, you know, that specific story, but. The underlying concept, there of taking something real and shuffling, it around into something that looks different is actually a very a big issue right now. The term that's usually used deep fakes deep fakes and the technology that's available now is such that with a very short relatively short amount of a recording of someone, for example. And it's possible to synthesize, an extremely persuasive. Rendition of them saying something completely different that has actually now that does happen. Oh oh, yeah. Major this right now is a very the whole issue of deep fakes how to detect them. I think I saw already within the last couple of days about a research group that that was saying they had a at a based system in this case. That was that was so convincing that it would be, you know, that you needed another AI base system to detect that the original one wasn't what, what if you have enough words, you could probably judge the POS? It any way you want it. You don't even have and you actually reset the size. It completely, like just taking words and sticking them, you know, and spicy together, it recent sizes them to be very convincing. But, but the on that the real concern that goes with this with deep fakes is it can be done with video, too and not as easy. It's not as easy, but the technology exists this is not something that's future this exists style. I have seen examples that are very, very convincing. They're not perfect. If you if you if you know what to look for you, can you can see the issues, but magin the locations of being able to take a political figure, and you know, have them have show video release video that shows them saying things, and doing things that they never did they did that. I think it would be it'd be completely, you know, completely synthesized from scratch. It would be put them in a location. They never were in all that site, all all that science fiction is is coming around. There was a movie way back called looker. That sort of explored that where they were actually a, a building synthetic versions of people, you know, for, for video based on models and people would say things, and, and, and do things in those videos, that they never actually did at that time that seemed completely impossible, but anyone who is interested in that should look at look deep thinks this is a major area of research, and concern right now, especially when you tied in with all the other concerns about a fake news. Detecting fake news. How much damage could you do? They fake video that makes it look like somebody is saying something completely outrageous, that they never actually said and you can find demonstrations of that, that are absolutely, you know, going to make you say, well, what are we going to do about this, because it could undermine if you know, obviously, they've always been from the very beginning of Taga there are ways to fake photography. And you know, to do special effects Photoshop, and now it's amazing. Now, the technology is getting the point though where it won't take special skills to be able to do this. It will be pretty much a script based one, two one two three step kind of just what we need more and more getting close to you Afo information. And now they have this kind of technology to fake things. And so it's gonna I think it's going to be, as I said, they're now say while you're gonna need another one of these systems to detect the other one humans won't be able to do it. So I guess we're going to have an arms race in in in deep fakes thou. Yeah. Just just what we need. Joe in Long Island, New York. Go ahead. Joseph. On the virtual reality talking about astronaut say would doing that. Could you bring a friend on your virtual reality trip? Or if you wanna partial experience, like say, I would maybe want to climb the game thousand feet on Mount Everest, and maybe so reality, the rest of it much of that exists now and, and is rapidly developing climbing..

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"thomas la" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on 600 WREC

"They pop out the to the members and the whole you AP whatever you wanna call them, UFO phenomena are, in my opinion in exorb- linked together, the ancients, call them the sky gods. They came from the sky. And eventually, we will we will move the series. I'm a trail of Neff labeled what will kind of. Talk about that at some point, we'll, we'll bring it will circle back and begin to ducktail with the, the modern day you phenomena teach I'm looking for, like a unified theory, and I found that when I was in Arkansas, talking that UFO conference. And also, Laughlin Nevada, I presented the same journey just said, you know, what the long skulls Peru, the apparition called apparitions Fatima. They mound builders and UFO's having common they have everything in common. I think it's all source from the same entities. Same group of entities, and they just they just change it up a little bit. That's my opinion. And I'm sticking to I wish dear friend Lloyd pie. We're still with us because he would've loved this conversation when he. Sure would next up, we go to Tom in LA Hoya, California. I Tom thank you for taking my call. And, you know, if I don't get a chance to say it, I know and four or five days, your birthday is coming on X Tuesday. Here we go over there you go. I hope you have a magnificent celebration that day, waking up is the celebration. Thomas. LA you're doing fantastic work every time you're interviewed. It's just it raises a lot of questions in my mind. You know when you. Neff Aleem LA. I'm reminded of the biblical story of David and Goliath. Sure. And you know, I can imagine David growing up to be a mathematician, or scientist or a great architect. But I can't imagine Goliath being a scientist or a mathematician, or whatever I sort of see from where I stand work. Thomas stands. I see the Nepalese I'm foot soldiers and troops. So to speak to create shock and awe, you know through their cannibalism it's cetera upon first nation peoples. Perhaps, the mathematicians the scientist who created, you know that, you know, displace the mounds, perhaps wasn't the Nepalese one, the Netflix more the foot soldiers, but who controlled the Napa lem? We're the real scientists architects, you know, mathematicians and wondering if perhaps you have speculation on that I think what you're saying is, is that's right on. That's what they are. They are the foot soldiers. Remember, definitely is the progeny in my opinion between the fallen angels from the phone, as earth, creating a hybrid entity known as lame. So they're part in Djelic turtle, but they're also earthly. So you've got this mixing of the scene, which has been, which is prophesied, you know, thousands of years ago. And then there's another prophecy, which says the latter days, their seats will mingle with the see them, but they will not clear. To that much. But in my opinion, again, you look at the modern day abduction phenomenon and this is what the work of Dr Jacobs, talks about that hybrids walking among us fame. If the same guys doing the same thing, thousands of years ago. But you're right. The never leave ashore, the foot soldiers and the phone angels these entities. Angel just means messenger. So let's just call them. These nefarious entities, the ferries interventional entities. What I referred for the math, because if I say fallen angels, that too many people have trouble with the word angel which just means messenger. But if I say, in the fairies, inter dimensional entity that's something I think we all can gravitate to these guys are super scientists. And these are the guys that are, there are coming down with the blueprints, if you will the Netflix my agree with, with the foot soldiers, by the way, George Peggy, my wife, her birthday is next Tuesday. It's a great day. Super happy birthdays.

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"thomas la" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:27 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Time guarding angel dispatcher will locate you applications to video capability allows us to see your surroundings and the geo. Location, capability allows us to send first responders tear exact location to physically rescue. If necessary visit the app store. Today. Download tiger Swann guardian angel. And we are back with our final segment with Michael telling let's go right to the phones. First time caller Fred in Alabama's with us. Hi, fred. Thank you for taking my call. With the you're talking about they, but we might have had their but they might have been lost, when the, the library Alexandria burnt down with over seven hundred thousand books of knowledge, dating back, forty three BC. What do you think of that? Michael, oh, the we've got these events that, that go right throughout history, way, way, inflammation, and critical information keeps getting removed from access by the people, and I think the library of Alexandria was one of those events where it was just too much information stored in one place. And they just it needed to be eliminated. So as always, it's always a fire or flood or some disaster. And it just goes on and on. So I guess that, that was a critical removal of advance knowledge in nineteen times, and the same continues in modern times, the invasion of Iraq was responsible for moving thousands of critical of inflammation in the vaults of the Baghdad museum and many of your listeners will be aware. It was rated wasn't it? Exactly. And, and I believe that these so suckled weapons of mass destruction had nothing to do with modern nuclear whatever kind of technology that they were talking about as a threat. I think it was everything to do with advanced ancient technology was sitting in the Baghdad museum because they, you right in the heart of the ancient missing Potemkin on Inaki landing sites, and that, that technology was in the Baghdad museum must have been frightening. Well, they wanna keep control of, of the world and humanity. Okay, let's go back to the calls. We go to Gary in Hawaii. Welcome to the program. Hi, Gary, go ahead. Hi, aloha. I got a couple of questions. No. What I'm hearing about these things, I like to, you know, of check it out a little further and is there's some specific area that we can go into where we can actually see these circle formation, because, as you say, there being so many of them, you got to be some kind of a way to, you know, I tried to a little bit. And. The. It, it doesn't come into good. And another thing is you've talked about quantum physics how about plasma physics? There was a woman who was on coast. Over a year ago, but she was talking about quantum physics, and I actually have had some experience with this. I mean. With plasma physics. I mean, I've seen things that you can with your mind and, and stuff and. Well in all of that is relatively new go ahead. Michael take a stab at some of that. Yeah. I mean old you saying, absolutely. Right. So just quickly for those that want to Google and see things from Google assist on circles. Absolutely. You can see thousands of them. If you go to South Africa and put in the ton of Machado door, p- at say, A, C, H, A D, And then D O R P Machado door at Ron Machado, appeal find thousands of stunts circles and look around that area. Look around town of Rustenburg, if you look to the to the west of rest and book, they all huge, huge places there, but and then vodka fall Bush, a waterfall Boven in that area. But I must say that it all depends when you look because we've checked us now over the years. And if you go on Google and you go back, one year after the other all as new pictures are least sometimes you see them. And sometimes you don't depends what time of day, what time of you the pictures taken. Sometimes they are thousands and you can see sometimes you see nothing. We've just had such an experience about a month ago where I went to visit a friend of mine on femme, who was I was invited to come look at the stunt circles. We walked around day. I immediately spotted guiding on that and pointed out to 'cause I'm not well, experience spotting these things on the ground. And then we went home and we looked on Google, and we would just blown away by what we saw from the F as opposed to what we saw walking in the field. So it's, it's all in fact, many people have gone and posted they own little informational websites. You know, in support of my work and my research they've done their own us to Sean. People that the dense concentrations of these structures all over southern Africa. And then quantum physics and plasma physics. Well Basma physics will be a consequence of, of quantum physics, quantum mechanics, and the dementia station of Maqta out of resonance and frequency. And the problem audio source everything comes out of that mobile source of resonance of the consciousness field that resonates that then give rise to physical manifestations. So it's really important for people to put that sequence in into perspective. So it's, it's consciousness, resonance of consciousness manifestation into physical full. So this is when we read the bible, and says God said, let there be light. That is a very important sequence of events it of the consciousness of creation, then the resonance, as in found God, said and light is immediate consequence of that resonance being traded because we know today that light is an electromagnetic phenomenon than this. This is why we have so much problem with light and trying to understand it. And light comes out of sound and resonance resonance that in some senses is manifest that sound so this critical critical considerations that sometimes well, we don't get this is not taught at school. And so we need to go out and relearn this once we leave school, and that draconian indoctrination system that was imposed on us and not children today. Next up. Let's go to Wayne in Tacoma, Washington, west of the Rockies. Hey, Wayne, go ahead. Good evening, gentlemen, George, Michael. Good eating my favorite archangel, by the way. Yes. A kind of a quick statement and then a question from like the statement, I guess, one of the little fast blast about UFO's on last week when you look around on the computer, sometimes things pop up and says, best pitchers of UFO's. So I clicked on that found out that United States submarine. Can't remember the name of it. But if you do the best pictures you up or Yup. On some marine pitchers. You'll get it and show some fascinating pictures, anyway. Getting onto the second thing. And thank you. Thomas LA Hoya for bringing up the frequency thing, and you also Michael frequency, are extremely, extremely important and frequencies, and resonance controls, everything just taking the human body into existence. The body has four trillion cells each cell has a hundred trillion. Adams senate. Some, some of those cells have low Motors that go at one hundred thousand revolutions per in it. So it's all fascinating information. Michael the question. I have for you. As the islands south of South Africa. I'm really interested in archaeology Tristan, Kuna Saint Helena, both birdie provinces. And of course, the are the south continent. Do you have any associates or friends that have ever done any archaeology airline shift to what you're doing on, on the islands or have you considered doing that yourself? No. Thank you very much. Bring that up and thankful for reinforcing, the fact that resonance frequency is everything and keep in mind that all those atoms. Get manifested these atoms that in everything around us in this manifestation, and that becomes a very interesting subject. And, and the atoms at full molecules the, the molecules different elements of the molecules kept an or the structures of elements connected with, with electro magnetic Bonn, so none is hydrogen bond. So, again, that electromagnetism that creates the buns between the molecules and, and, and at different atoms consequences of resonance in sound frequency. So everything is sound frequency and resonance about coming back to octa and the research. They know I know civil friends of mine that have been to Antarctica and have done that and come back and publish something credible books. But. They haven't really gone with occupy logical, a mindset they've gone, they more more have photographic research, nature, research, and siphoned, biological research, not occupy, logical research have. So that's pretty much it. And, and the other thing is that Santa Lena is way Napoleon as so he's live as as. As a matter of fact, on beyond belief, our television program. Michael, I just interviewed someone who believes Napoleon with his twin brother he came to United States, and his brother played the part of Napoleon later on. My goodness. Well, they go back to Wayne for second. That was nineteen seventy-one. It was the USS tripping. Yes. Thank you. That's it. That's the submarine that was involved with a incredible UFO picture. Couple minutes left. Let's take some more calls Mary's in New Jersey. Hey, Mary, go ahead. Fine. Three six nine compensated square. I have a real simple explanation for three six. Well, the Neetu the bible, Scott number six's man and nine was eight so saved on. Noah's ark God, eight nine interesting thinking that Michael well biblical part there. Well, exactly. And if you if you not into it, that it comes back to, to a deep understanding of the creation, and the creation in this dimension in our reality. And I need to bring it back to so that we can really gross to this is in this reality. We find ourselves in, and all the different frequencies that some people are not mentioned since everything is doing by frequency and resonance, every different frequency, and they are infinite number of frequencies from the largest to the smallest is a dimension and that Don mentioned is controlled by Royal field. So and he throws field in our understanding of it driven by the numbers, three six nine nine being the supreme number that controls the fluctuating of the pulsing. The pulsing vibrating between three and six. And this is when you start studying volts mass becomes actually very, very simple to go online and going you choose. And what you showed video on takes mass, and you'll know exactly what I mean because it's all about three six nine. And then the numbers that associated with six nine within the vortex match structures. And then you start seeing how this gets Ken, Ken get amplified and every everything to do three six nine and the vote, ex field numbers and vote, X, it's to do with how money resonance and what I find interesting George is that when we did the frequency measurements of the ringing, stones. The stones had ring bells shown many times over the last decade. We find that all the frequencies, we measured correspond to the numbers of otx mass that connected to three six nine this, my mind that is bizarre, isn't it? Yeah. That's idea this happen. You can't make it up. You can't make it up. Exactly. Let's take another call from Matt truck driving in Ohio. Matthew go ahead, sir. Good morning, Honey. I just had a question for Michael real quick. I was watching program awhile back some salvagers that were in the Great Lakes and stone circles and some other megalithic structures. And I wondered if you heard anything about that or have had a chance to research, and you have it Great Lakes discovery of megalithic structures, Michael. No. I have not. That's a great bit of information. Thank you for sharing that I like I mentioned earlier. However, I have looked around, you know, Google look at the and studied it as closely as I could for number of years now and keep making amazing discoveries of ancient circular structures around the world. Like I said, even on Easter Island found stunned circles and it all depends what time of the year..

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"thomas la" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:44 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on KGO 810

"Coast to coast AM on. K. G. O eight ten. And we are back with our final segment with Michael telling her, let's go right to the phones. First time caller Fred in Alabama's with us. Hi, fred. Thank you for the call. These tools. You're talking about you think they but we have had their but they might have been lost when the, the library Alexandria down with over seven hundred thousand books dollars dating all the way back to forty three. What do you think of that Michael? Oh, yeah. We've got these events that, that go right throughout history, way, way information, and critical information keeps getting removed from access by the people. And I think the library of Alexandria was one of those events where they was just too much information stored in one place. And they just it needed to be eliminated. So as always, it's always a fire or flood or some disaster. And just goes on and on. So I guess that, that was a critical removal of Vence knowledge in nineteen times, and the same continues in modern times invasion of Iraq was responsible for moving thousands of critical of inflammation in the vaults of the Baghdad museum and many of your listeners will be aware. It was rated wasn't exactly. And, and I believe that these called weapons of mass destruction had nothing to do with modern nucleus, whatever kind of technology that they were talking about the threat. I think it was everything to do with advanced ancient technology was sitting in the Baghdad museum because they, you right in the heart of ancient miss time in. I do not he landing sites, and that, that technology that was in the Baghdad museum must have been frightening. Although they wanna keep control of, of the world and humanity. Okay, let's go back to the calls. We go to Gary in Hawaii. Welcome to the program. Hi, Gary, go ahead. Hi. I got a couple of questions. No. What I'm hearing about these things, I like to, you know, check it out a little further and is there's some specific area which in Google into where we can actually see these socal formation. Because as you say, there being so many of them, you gotta be some kind of a way to, you know, I've tried to a little bit and. The. It doesn't come into good. And another thing is you've talked about quantum physics plasma physics. There was a woman was on coast over a year ago. But you talking about quantum physics, and I actually have had some experience with. I mean. With plasma physics. I've seen things that you can dip you late with your mind and stuff and. Well in all of that is relatively new go ahead. Michael take a stab at some of that. Yeah. I mean, oh, you're saying absolutely right. So just quickly for those that wanna Google them. See things from Google assist on circles. Absolutely. You can see thousands of them if you go to South Africa and put in the town of Machado dope at say, a C H A D, And then D O R P much door at Ron Machado appeal. Find sows is stunned circles and look around that area look around the town of Rustenburg, if you look to the to the west of rest and book, they all huge, huge places there, but and then vodka phone booth and a waterfall Boven in that area. But I must say that it all depends when you look because we've checked us now over the years. And if you go and Google and you go back, one year after the other all as new pictures are all released. Sometimes you see them, and sometimes you don't all depends what time of day what time of you the pictures taken. Sometimes they are thousands of you can see sometimes you see nothing. We've just had such an experience about a month ago where I went to visit a friend of mine on his fall was I was invited to come look at the stunned circles. We walked her on day and immediately spotted this guy on there and pointed out to 'cause I'm not well, experience spotting these things on the ground. And then we went home and we looked on Google, and we would just blown away by what we saw from the F as opposed to what we saw walking in the field. So it's, it's all of in fact, many people have gone and boasted that they own little inflammation websites, you know, in support of my work, and my research they've done their own little us to Sean. People that the dense Bunsen rations of these structures all over southern Africa. And then quantum physics and plasma physics. Well, Blasio physics will be a consequence of quantum physics, so quantum mechanics and the dmed affiliation of meta out of resonance and frequency and the problem audio sews everything comes out of that from mobile source of resonance of the consciousness field that resonates that then give rise to physical manifestations. So it's really important to people to put that sequence in into perspective. So it's, it's consciousness resonance of consciousness. Manifestation, they physical full. So this is when we read the bible, and says God said, let there be light. That is a very important sequence of events of the consciousness of creation, then the resonance, as in sound, God, said and light is immediate consequence of that resonance being created because we know today that light is an electromagnetic phenomenon. This is why we have so much problem with life and trying to understand it. And like comes out of sound and resonance Oregon than that in some cities is manifested sound. So this critical critical considerations at sometimes. Well, we don't get this is not taught at school. And so we need to go out there and relearn, this once we leave school, and that draconian indoctrination system that was imposed on us in our children today. Next up. Let's go to Wayne in Tacoma, Washington, west of the Rockies. Hey, Wayne, go ahead. Good evening, gentlemen, George, Michael. Good evening, my favorite archangel. By the way. Yes. A kind of a quick state and Linton. Then a question from like the statement I guess, one of the little fast blast about I on last week when you look around on the computer sometimes things pop up, and it says, best pictures of UFO's. So I clicked on that found out that United States submarine. Remember the name of it. But if you, if you do the best pictures of you have those or Yup. Was on submarine at yours, you'll get it and show some fascinating pictures. Anyway. Getting onto the second thing. And thank you. Thomas LA Hoya for bringing up the frequency thing, and you also Michael frequencies are extremely extremely important in frequencies, and Rosen controls. Everything just taking the human body into. Existence. The body has four trillion cells each cell, has a hundred trillion Adam zone, it some, some of those cells have low Motors them that go at one hundred thousand revolutions per minute. So it's all fascinating information. Mike, all the question I have for you, as the Ireland's south of South Africa. I'm really interested in I. La-. Archaeology Tristan to Kuna Saint Alina both birdie provinces. And of course, the are the south continent. Do you have any associates or friends that I've ever done any archaeology in relationship to what you're doing on, on the islands or have you considered doing that yourself? No. Thank you very much. Bring that up and thankful for reinforcing, the fact that resonance and frequency, is everything and keep in mind, the old as Adams that get manifested. These atoms in everything around us in this manifestation, and that becomes a very interesting subject. And, and the atoms that full molecules the, the molecules are elements of the molecules are kept all the structures of other elements connected with with electro magnetic Bonn, so none, as hydrogen bond. So, again, that electromagnetism that grace, the buns between the molecules and, and, and Acton, different atoms consequences of resonance in sound frequency. So everything is sound frequency and resonance, but coming back to octa and the research, they know, I know several friends of mine that have been to Antarctica and have done sadaqa fee that and come back and probably some incredible books, but. They haven't really gone with occupy logical, a mindset they've gone, they more more have photographic research, nature, research, and siphoned, biological research, not archaeological research. So that's pretty much, and, and the other thing is that Santa Lena is way Napoleon has. So he's lozenges as, as might as a matter of fact on beyond belief our television program. Michael, I just interview to someone who believes Napoleon with his twin brother. He came to United States, and his brother played the part of Napoleon later on. My goodness. Well, there you go. Little, we know unless you're back to Wayne for second think that was nineteen seventy-one. It was the. US atropine. Yes, that's a that's a submarine that was involved with incredible. You Afo picture couple minutes left. Let's take some more calls Mary's in New Jersey. Hey, Mary, go ahead. Fine. Explanation for three six nine compensation. That's where I have a real simple explanation for three six. Well, the lady to the bible, it, Scott. Number six's man nine was eight soul saved on his God, laid noise. Interesting. Michael. Well, the biblical part there. Well, exactly. And if you if you know how to interpret that it comes back to, to a deep understanding of the creation, and the creation in this dimension in our reality. And I need to bring it back to so we can really gross. This is in this reality. We find ourselves in, and all the different frequencies that some people are dimensions since everything is different by frequency and resonance, every different frequency. And they all infinite number frequencies from the largest to the smallest is a dimension, and that dimension is controlled by Royal field, so and heath Royal field in our understanding of it, driven, by the number three six nine nine being the supreme number that controls the fluctuating of the pulsing pulsing divide breaking between three and six. And this is when you start studying volts mass becomes actually very, very simple just going line and going YouTube and what your showed video. On Voltaire's mass, and you'll know exactly what I mean because it's all about three six nine. And then the numbers that associated with three six nine within the vortex Mets structures. And then you start seeing how this gets can can get amplified and every everything to do three six nine and the ex field numbers vote is to do with how Monica resonance and what I find interesting, George is that when we do the frequency measurements of the ringing, stones. The stone that ring bells many times over the last decade. We find that all the frequencies, we measured correspond to the numbers of otx mass that are connected to three six nine Beijing. My mind that is, isn't it? Yeah, that's ideal. You is this happen. You can't make it up. You can't make it up. Exactly. Let's take another call from mattress in Ohio Matthew go ahead, sir. Good morning, Honey. I just had a question for Michael real quick. I was watching program, a while back about some salvagers that were in the Great Lakes, and they one of these stone circles and some other megalithic structures. And I wondered if you know, anything anything about that or have had a chance to research, and you have a Great Lakes discovery of megalithic structures. Michael. No. I have not. That's a great bit of inflammation. Thank you for sharing that I like I mentioned earlier. However, I have looked around, you know, Google looks at the and studied it as closely as I could number of years now and keep making amazing discoveries of ancient circular structures around the world. Like I said, even on Easter Island off owned circles, and it all depends, what time of the year you look, sometimes you see them. And sometimes you don't so to find stone circles and ancient structures in the Great Lakes. I wouldn't be surprised. We've had dramatic rises and falls of the oceans of the, of the hundreds of thousands of years. And, and that has a hidden many great civilizations. The whole mystery of Atlantis as is an ongoing story, and the one of the greats areas of, of, of, of the places that people suspect the days that would possibly could have been Atlanta's brings us back to Africa,.

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"thomas la" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That was imposing us in not children today. Next up. Let's go to Wayne in Tacoma, Washington, west of the rocky say, Wayne, go ahead. Good evening, gentlemen, George, Michael. Good evening, my favorite archangel, by the way. Yes really kind of a quick statement, and then a question from like the statement, I guess, one of the little fast about UFO's on last week when you look around on the computer sometimes things pop up, and it says, best pitchers of you up, I was so I clicked on that found out that United States submarine. Can't remember the name of it. But if you, if you do the best pictures of UFO's or your foes on submarine pitchers. You'll get it and show some fascinating pictures, anyway. Getting onto the second thing and thank you. Thomas LA Hoya for bringing up the frequency thing, and you also, Michael frequencies are extremely, extremely important and frequencies, and resonance controls, everything just taking the human body into existence. The body has four trillion cells each cell has a hundred billion. Adams in it. Some, some of those cells have low Motors them that go up at one hundred thousand revolutions per minute. So it's all fascinating information. Michael the question. I have for you. As the islands south of South Africa. I'm really interested in I la- archaeology Tristan to Kuna Lena both birdie provinces. And of course, the are the south continent..

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"thomas la" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

14:08 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Seven FM. And we are back with our final segment with Michael telling let's go right to the phones. First time caller Fred in Alabama's with us. Hi, fred. Thinking. You're talking about. We have had them, and they might have been lost, when the, the library Alexandria burned down with over seven hundred thousand books of knowledge. Dating back to forty three BC. What do you think of that? Michael, the we've got these events that, that go right throughout history, way, way, inflammation, and critical information keeps getting removed from access by the people, and I think the library of Alexandria was one of those events where they were just too much information stored in one place. And they just it needed to be eliminated. So as always, it's always a fire or flood or some disaster. And just goes on and on. I, I guess that, that was a critical removal of advance knowledge. In nineteen times, and the same continues in modern times invasion of Iraq was responsible for moving thousands of critical of inflammation in the vaults of the Baghdad museum, many of your listeners will be aware. It was rated wasn't exactly. And, and I believe that the suckled weapons of mass destruction had nothing to do with modern muclear, whatever kind of technology that they was talking about the threat, I think it was everything to do with advanced ancient technology to was sitting in the Baghdad museum because they you're right in the heart of the ancient mistime in key landing sites, and that that technology was in the Baghdad museum must have been frightening. Although they want to keep control of, of the world and humanity. Okay, let's go back to the calls. We go to Gary in Hawaii. Welcome to the program. Hi, gary. Go ahead. I got a couple of questions. No. What I'm hearing about these things, I like to, you know, kind, check it out a little further and is there's some specific area that we can go into what we can actually see these circle formation, because, as you say, there being so many of them, got to be some kind of a way to, you know, to try to little bit and. The. It doesn't come into good. And another thing is you've talked about quantum physics plasma physics. There was a woman was on coast. Over a year ago, but she was talking to quantum physics. And I actually have had some experience with this. I mean. With plasma physics. I've seen things that you can manipulate with your mind and, and stuff and. Well in all of that is relatively new go ahead. Michael take a stab at some of that. Yeah. I mean old you saying. Absolutely. Right. So just quickly for those wanna Google in and see things from Google assist on circles. Absolutely. You can see thousands of them if you go to South Africa and put in the ton of Machado door at say, A, C, H, A D, And then D O, R P Machado door at rod Machado appeal. Signed sounds stunned circles and look around that area look around ton of Rustenburg, if you look to the to the west of rest and book they all huge, huge places there. But and then vodka fall with a waterfall Boven in that area. But I must say that it all depends when you look because we've checked us now over the years. And if you Google and you go back, one year after the other all as new pictures are, are released. Sometimes you see them. And sometimes you don't adult depends what time of day, what time of the pictures taken. Sometimes they thousands of you can see sometimes you see nothing. We've just had such an experience about a month ago where I went to visit a friend of mine on his fom, who was I was invited to come look at the stunt circles. We walked her on immediately spotted guiding on and pointed out to 'cause I'm not well experienced spotting these things on the ground, and then we went home, and we looked on Google earth. And we would just blown away by what we saw from the F as opposed to what we saw walking in the field. So it's, it's all in fact, many people have gone and posted they own little informational websites in support of my work, and my research. They've done their own us to and Sean. People that the dense rations of these structures all over southern Africa and then quantum physics and plasma physics, well, Blasio physics will be a consequence of quantum physics quantum mechanics and the manifestation of matter out of resonance and frequency and the primordial source everything comes out of that source of resonance of the consciousness field that resonates that then give rise to physical manifestations. So it's really important for people to put that sequence in into perspective. So it's, it's consciousness, resonance of consciousness manifestation into physical full. So this is when we read the bible, and God said, let there be light. That is a very important sequence of events of the consciousness of creation, then the resonance, as in sound, God said and light is immediate consequence of that resonance being created because. We know today that light is an electromagnetic phenomenon and this is why we have so much problem with light and trying to understand it. And light comes out of sound resonance arisen, and that in some senses is manifested a sound. So this critical critical considerations that sometimes well, we don't get this is not taught at school. And so we need to go out and relearn this once we leave school, and that draconian indoctrination system that was imposed on us and not children today, next. Let's go to Wayne in Tacoma, Washington, west of the Rockies. Hey, Wayne, go ahead. Good evening, gentlemen, George, Michael. Good evening, my favorite archangel. By the way. Yes. Really kind of a quick statement and then a question from like the statement, I guess, one of the little fast blast about your foes, on last week when you look around on the computer sometimes things pop up, and it says, best pitchers of UFO's. So I clicked on that found out that United States submarine. Can't remember the name of it. But if you if you do the best pictures of you up or Yoko is on submarine pitchers. You'll get it and show some fascinating pictures, anyway. Getting onto the second thing and thank you. Thomas LA Hoya for bringing up the frequency thing, and you also Michael frequency, are extremely, extremely important and frequencies, and resonance controls everything. Just taking the human body. Existence. The body has four trillion cells each cell has a hundred billion Adams zone, it some, some of those cells have low Motors them that go at one hundred thousand revolutions per minute. So it's all fascinating information. Michael the question I have for you, as the Ireland's south of South Africa. I'm really interested in archaeology. Chris down to Kuna same birdie provinces. And of course, the are the south continent. Do you have any associates or friends that I've ever done any archaeology and relationship to what you're doing on, on the islands or have you considered doing that yourself? No. Thank you very much. Bring that up and thankful for reinforcing, the fact that resonance frequency is everything and keep in mind that all those atoms. Get manifested these atoms that in everything around us in this manifestation, and that becomes a very interesting subject. And, and the atoms at full molecules the molecules. Elements of the molecules kept or the atomic structures of other elements connected with with electro magnetic Bonn, so known as hydrogen bond. So, again, that electromagnetism that creates the buns between the molecules and and, and at different atoms. Consequences resonance and sound frequency. So everything is sound frequency and resonance, but coming back to octa and the research, they know, I, I know several friends of mine that have been to octa and have done Dogra fee there and come back and publish some incredible books, but they haven't really gone, Oculus ical a mindset they've gone, they more more have photographic research, nature, research, and siphoned, biological research, not archaeological research have. So that's pretty much it. And, and the other thing is that Saint Helena, is way Napoleon has, so he's. As as. As a matter of fact, on beyond belief, our television program. Michael, I just interviewed someone who believes Napoleon with his twin brother he came to United States, and his brother played the part of Napoleon later on. My goodness. Well, they go how little we know back to Wayne was nineteen seventy-one. It was the US tripping. Yes, that's it. That's that was the submarine that was involved with incredible. You Afo picture couple minutes left. Let's take some more calls Mary's in New Jersey. Hey, Mary, go ahead. Fine. Exploration for three six nine compensation. That's where I have a real simple explanation for three six. Go ahead. Well related to the bible. God number six's, man nine was eight saved on his work. Plus, God nine interesting. Well, part there. Well, exactly. And if you if you to interpret that it'll it comes back to, to a deep understanding of the creation and the creation, in this dimension of our reality. And I need to bring it back to so that we can really gross to this is in this in, and all the different frequencies that some people are dimensions since everything is different frequency and resonance, every different frequency, and they are infinite number of frequencies from the largest to the smallest is a dimension and that Don mentioned is controlled by Royal field. So and he throws field in our understanding of it driven by the numbers, three six nine nine being the supreme number that controls the fluctuating of the pulsing, the pulsing vibrating between three and six and this is when you start studying volts mass becomes actually very, very simple to go online and go on YouTube and. What you showed video on vote mass and you'll know exactly what I mean because it's all about three six nine and then the numbers that associated with six nine within the vortex match structures. And then you start seeing how this gets Ken, Ken get amplified and every everything to do with three six nine and the vote ex field numbers voted mass is to do it, how money and what I find interesting George is that when we did the frequency measurements of the ringing, stones. The stones had ring bells, it up show. Many times over the last decade, we find that all the frequencies, we measured correspond to the numbers of otx mass that connected to three six nine this, my mind that is, isn't it? Yeah. That's is this happen. You can't make it up. You can't make it up. Exactly. Let's take another call from Matt truck driving in Ohio. Matthew go ahead, sir. Good morning morning. I just had a question for Michael real quick. I was watching program, a while back about some salvagers that were in the Great Lakes, and one of these circles and some other megalithic structures and I wondered if you know, anything anything about that or have had a chance to research any of it, Great Lakes, discovery of megalithic structures, Michael. No. I have not. That's a great bit of information. Thank you for sharing that I mentioned earlier. However, I have looked around, you know, Google look at the and studied it as closely as I could for number of years now and not making amazing discoveries of ancient circular structures around the world. Like I said, even on Easter Island found circles, and it all depends, what time of the you, look, sometimes you see them and sometimes you don't so.

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"thomas la" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:32 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We're going to go back to Thomas LA Hoya to finish his thoughts. Go ahead. Tom, George, basically anti Mike, by the way, you you're doing great research, and I truly appreciate it because studying does too. But my question is since you brought up the covert action group under Kennedy, which he signed off on executive action again the contention by Donald free was that executive action. Went rogue went off the reservation, so to speak and just like Julius Caesar and the, you know, the take down of Julius Caesar. They took down the president on November twenty two nineteen sixty three. And that's wondering if possibly you would comment on that. You know, I don't have any facts in that. Arena. I think that the J F K mystery of who is fascinated him is most definitely a mystery. Boy, do I hope someone somewhere is able to honor some real solid documents that tell that truth because I don't think the truth is is yet out there. I think the problem is there's so many different variants of speculation that it becomes difficult to discern. What is speculation, and what might have some legitimacy to it? Makes sense any what surprised you most regarding your research. On spice vanish on facination teams. What's the prize me with my own reaction to it? Because I. Okay. See I teams fall under the rubric of what's called the president third option. I auction is diplomacy. The second hop shin is military intervention. The third option is the CIA hidden hand. That's what they call it. Like when diplomacy isn't working in wars on wise, the president calls upon the CIA, and I was surprised to learn that that is actually an element of foreign policy that has been in effect into nineteen forty seven since the creation of the national security act and all the things that we know disparately different different of us who who are lovers history. They, you know, the invasion of Guatemala when we turned barons. And we took we knocked him out of power or the bay of pigs or winter he'll was. Vietnam going through all the way to the present tense. I think what the prime me was my goodness all of these link up to a foreign policy concept that is the president's third option. It all is a system within a system, and that was unusual to me because I had the sense that these were more individual operations, you think they would want the move the CIA in second in military third. If that's if that's the case rather than full involvement. What do you think you are? I think you're the male and head. I think they do. I think the point is that the -xactly what they do. In other words, I right into price vanish about how the I this is shocking to me. Okay. Another actually everything I learned the shocking, right? So when the Pentagon was planning it's war in Iraq. Which we all know now is very very bad idea. You could call that illegal. We're still there. But before that six months before that the CIA paramilitary teams were in northern Iraq trying to assassinate Saddam Hussein's McMartin his version of the eye, and how do I know this what I interviewed Sam fattest who's in charge of the operation. And he told me on the record all about this. Why he was able to is still baffling to me. But so you see in that situation that was the second option. You know, I think the Pentagon was convinced that it was going to go in no matter what. But the president gave the go-ahead to allegedly what they were trying to do is create a situation where Saddam Hussein got so angry that see I was provoking his men in northern Iraq by near Erbil Bill that he would take an action that would make him vulnerable for us acetates on his name, Saddam Hussein was not a boy scout and his sons were butchers if they saw some Iraqi woman that was married they've killed the woman's husband just to be able to. Go after her. I mean, they were sick sick individuals. But what is Saddam Hussein do any to us? I mean, he was our proxy he fought with Iran for years at our request. What did he do wrong other than go into Kuwait where we basically told him it was okay? What did we do? What did he do to us for us to want to attack him and get him out? You know, that is a great mystery because you're absolutely right. That he was a ally. He was essentially an asset of ours. He went to April Glaspie and said, you know, basically, I'm having problems with Kuwait their slant drilling. They're taking my oil whether it was his or not that's what he perceived it to be in. He basically said we're not gonna get in the middle of Arab dispute and walked away. And then they did. And that he got involved the stop Kuwait from doing what they were doing. And then we hammered him. But then after that after the Gulf war, which my navy. You was called up for retired from the navy. V A once before we were signed with the general Schwartzkopf to do his media work, but you know, after Desert Storm, which was ninety one. And then we go back in in two thousand three what did he do? Then. I mean, the Kuwait war was way before that. I think the reporter who's able to write that story that answers the question you just asked is gonna win a Pulitzer prize and be widely. I mean really over that question. Because again, there's a situation that's a lot of speculation. But it doesn't it doesn't quite Atta. And I think it's I think there's a much more direct specific answer that is out there. And because you you said it perfectly which is what had he actually done that would go. He didn't have weapons of mass destruction. He was not part of Al Qaeda. He didn't support bin Laden at all. I don't know what the guy did wrong. Why did that administration have it out for him from the moment the planes struck the buildings except he did do one thing? He wanted to go off the dollar for oil. He wanted to use a different former currency for that. One of the more compelling arguments. I have heard and I have been a mistake. And there's a book written about that. I wish I could remember the name, but a friend of mine who's a was a banker recommended that book that was written about that. And I have to Georgia. I pride myself on being able to read pretty much anything wouldn't read that book. Meaning it was over my head too complicated. I mean, it was brilliant. But I was just like, wow, my head could not handle the that the the rubric of that information. And and I imagine that I'm not the only person who could read it, which may be why we don't have that story. Greg New Jersey that Gregg welcome to the program, sir. Go ahead warning. Actually, the great social commentator of the last seventy five years. No. I'm Trump skiing has been writing about that for fifty years for both Qaddafi, and Mr. Hussein were overthrown by our corporate government because they were gonna go up the petro dollar that would have unraveled Wall Street and all types of stuff I'd like to make one thing. And that's to if the whole history of the CIA goes back to the Douglas brothers coudl, Alan and his brother whom Kennedy hated by auto recently, hate them. They will wear with a firm called Solomon Cromwell. I we're gonna have these venerable old, you know, these guys represents a big time criminals. They essentially represented the chase Bank, which is doing business with Nazi Germany all throughout the second World War from the thirties into into the forties with all the big industrial firms and always was one of the worse for them. He then becomes head of the CIA. I mean, I have to ask any. Cui Bono when Latin who benefits by? Peasants here in America going to work every day. It's the corporate. You know, the fortune one hundred and two quotes. I just wanna see what you think I think it's keyboard out in the nineteen eighties that the CIA was referred to a lot of Warren forcement here in the country. That's a cocaine importing agency because they're the ones that was letting all the stuff come in some of their buddies profiting from it, and the other thing is basically that I think it's Ralph mcgehee the famous agent who came out said, basically, he was, you know, graduate of Ivy league schools and all that good guy. But he was in South America, essentially, he called himself as part of the murder Inc. For the fortune one hundred you comment on that. Interesting written from that vector. Let's say, right. So this and there's a lot of arguments. That support that I don't write about that into prize vanish because it's it's got its own story. And there's a great story. There's a great book title. I'm forgetting at the moment that was that was written on that about the Dallas brothers. Specifically. I'll give you a little tangent story, which my interesting for you in terms of metaphor. Right. And that is that Allen Dulles son was famously suffered a head wound in Korea when he was fighting with a young marine in his early twenties and his name is Allen Dulles junior, and he disappeared, you know, people knew that he'd had this head wound out of Nita known it ever heard of him. Well, I tracked him down. And I report the story for my book, the Pentagon's brain because Allen Dulles son suffered from a kind of amnesia where he can only remember the the last ten minutes of his life. Jeez. And so every but he could remember impeccably everything that happened to him before nineteen fifty two and he had his head injury. And the Dulles the fodder the way that he became involved in a lot of these really gruesome programs follow on 'em kale and things and having to do with brain brainwashing. And you know, a lot of programs that have read a lot of paranoia came out of the psychiatrists that he hired for to try and treat it on. And so it as a metaphor indicates this kind of when the personal becomes the political. And when you're driven by, you know, a drama in your own family life that can then become a national drama or national secret because you have that kind of power. And there was no doubt that Allen Dulles is director had that power. And it was extrordinary and it was dangerous. But I think you might enjoy reading my experience going to the home of Allen Dulles, son and interviewing and what we talked about with his memory of ten minutes was the Rockies Charlie's with us in Sacramento, California. Hi, charlie. Okay. The I'd like to ask about the space force. She I has a a branch sort of like, you know, it has American brands landbranch and of aviation brands. You know, the space force part of battlezone is the electromagnetic spectrum. So I'm trying to imagine operators CIA who was the earth's magnetic spectrum. Do you have any comment on that? Well, that's the most brilliant question. I've had all day because I I had not even thought of that. And what you know, air branch maritime branch ground branch base branch as you. I mean, we know about the space force, and I written about the origins of the idea of weaponising space in my book areas if when I wrote a lot about nuclear weapons 'cause we were setting off so many nuclear weapons in space. But my goodness. You have raised a really intriguing thing that I'm now going to obsessively think about which is what would that look like to have CI paramilitary? 'cause I this is what would be my guess total..

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"thomas la" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

14:40 min | 3 years ago

"thomas la" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And ninety two point one FM. And welcome back to coast to coast, Lisa campaign with us, and we're talking about psychic vampires energy vampires. Those that do not know they are energy vampires. Lisa do they have an inkling that something's wrong. You know, I I don't think they do. You know, I I loved your your story about the friend in the bar. So they may have something like that. They may be like unsure why people like Mike them. You know, why they can't connect with people alive, you know, people run away when they see them coming that they have that kind of feeling the needy vampires. Do the needy ones do. Yeah. But the ones that aren't need either professionals or what they do aren't they? Yeah. And they don't have. They never think there's anything wrong with them. They they think that they're, you know, they're great. If if they're a man or woman are the married is their spouse one to now, they would never, you know, Mary another one. So they would have they would go for somebody. That's more has something for them to drain. You know, they're so they feed they feed off the spouse, basically. Yeah. Those out their spouse. But I I see it with parents and children to you know, one of the the saddest thing. I've seen as parents feeding off their even their little kids. You know that shocked me the first time I saw it. And I in this case, I thought the mother that was totally unaware that she was doing it. But I could see her kid was very lamp sake. Again, autoimmune issue and because I can see these kind of energy cords. I was like. Wow, that mom is like plugged into the kid and is cheating off her kids. She had no idea. She I'm sure this mother would have been horrified. If she had known that she was doing that. And you know, I I wanted to say something and be like, look you've got a disconnect from getting trying to get your needs mad and your energy failed by this child. It's not fair to do that to the child. You know? So it's it's not always, you know, spouses, sometimes I see like, you know, within family relationships, and then work relationships within friendships, it can be any kind of relationship, what happened candy energy vampire, be a non physical entity. And do the same thing to you. Yeah. For sure. Yeah. You can. So I see on the worst kinds of problems with people who have addictions so serious alcohol drug using currently using addicts often have multiple entities entities on them. That are parasitic. I think that drinking and drugs like the heavy addiction sort of create a weakness in our energy fields in our defenses and make us very vulnerable to these kinds of entities. So I sometimes work with people who are in recovery by to be moved. They entities off of them. And it kind of gives them a better leg to stand on as they're going through recovery. That's where I really see the problems with non physical entities, if you get particularly spiritual or religious would that fight off the vampire. Yeah. It can't. I mean, a non non-physical one. I. Let me like holding up the cross that work. I don't know it might. I mean, they're not really demonic. I mean, real truly do you mind against these in my experience or very very, very rare. They're not like, the blood sucking vampire. No, yeah. They're not like, you know, like where we see in Hollywood. Bite you. Yeah. Like if he threw a lot of garlic out them and held the across you anything. I think it's more. It's more important to work on healing, any pain or trauma. 'cause that's what they eat these non-physical ones into working on sealing up literally the holes in your energy field as you do recovery work. Or are you going to Serapio you start living a healthier lifestyle? Those non-physical being entities. Don't become interested in you anymore. They tend to move onto the next spray. Do they have emotion the energy vampires? Do they cry? That's the physical ones a human. You know, the needy ones cry a lot. So they really are connected to their pain. They feel very sorry for themselves. They're they can be very poor me, very, you know, nobody wanted me on their in their often use manipulation like gilts, so they guilty you. So I I was working with one of my clients. You had a mother that was a really powerful energy vampire and the needy kind then she would just try. She would just cry all the time, and she's crying manipulation to to kind of make her kids feel guilty and want to, you know, help her and she was really tough. She was really sucking the life out of her her adult children, and and I think that the predatory vampires cry, but it's like an act. I knew a woman who I'm sure was an energy vampire, and she reverted to yoga, and I think changed her life. Well, it's great. Doesn't work that way to can't. Yeah. It can you know, that the knee ones can really turn around, you know. So they have have sort of like you shared in your story with with your friend. They can t- totally turned themselves around and yoga's a fabulous thing to do. Because it's so it's such a way to feed us and fill our own energy. So if you if you want to become a reformed energy vampire, would you need to do is learn how to fill yourself how to how to maybe do special practice like yoga how to get energy from really taking care of your body from eating right sleeping, living, a good clean, healthy life breathing. A lot of fresh air getting some sun, you know, connecting to spiritual sources go into church going to yoga, whatever works for you. The that's the way we feel our own tank and stop taking from other people. Are you convinced that psychic vampires are on the rise? I certainly I don't think. So I think they've always been there. I think our conversation. About it is on the rise. I think it's one of those people being known know about it. That's right. All right. Let's go to the calls for you. Let's start by going to Elissa in Portland. Oregon. Welcome to the program again. Unless I go ahead. I. Unfortunately, I have a family member that is affecting vampire boy, and she is just like magic. She worships the devil candle it requests and whatnot. So I'm not sure if that would make it more stronger or not, and what is the best way to close yourself down while you're sleeping into she. No, she's one Lisa. I don't think he does it all I don't know. If that affects your animals, either interesting. What does she do about this Lisa? Wow. That's a really tough one. That's probably one of the worst worst cases worst case scenario. So somebody who's sort of really dedicated themselves to the darkness. Does kind of ritual dark ritual sort of adding in the power, you know, that they have with their intention was their cards as well to do that. That's that's not a great scenario. So I would say for you. Or anyone that's around that person? Really really minimizing contact is a very good idea. Don't be around them if you can. And then I know it's really hard if it's family. There's not always a lot. You can do about it. In a case of like like a satanic cult. I would say this is where Georgia's idea of the cross is a good idea where across have some holy water have some blessed objects. If if you're having trouble at night feeling like you're getting attacked by somebody put try putting salts around your bed at night or salt around your boom, we can be very very Sposato Bowlin were sleeping. It's our most vulnerable seats so salts creates a barrier that psychic attack a hard time getting around really how come you know? I think it has. It's always been used as a terrifying agents. So it has this ability to purify and create create a boundary between real psychic attack from people and also from spirits, the other thing that's very effective is running water. So they having a fountain in your room while you're sleeping and nowadays. They have salt lamps. I love the salt lamps or psychic protection. What are they? They're like these big. Himalayan rock salt. They're kinda pink and big chunks of Himalayan salt. And they have a light underneath it. And you turn it on. It's like a night light. And because there's a light under it at evaporates to solve into your environment, which they say gives you a positive ions. And I think this is very good for people when they're sleeping super good for children. Also for children who are vulnerable. I think fish tank in their room with running water in it, running water and light and south are very helpful circumstances. Thomas LA Hoya, California. Hi, tom. Go ahead. Hey, George, thank you for taking my call. Lisa. Great research that you're doing my question. Lisa is about ultra terrestrial. Prior psychic attacks, many coast-to-coast scale such as Steve Quayle Whatley Strieber or David Jacobs, speak about the abduction ex- experience and the common denominator of abductions appears to be a psychic attack. Oh, vampirism if you well and repeat. Attacks. And I'm wondering if possible to fortify ourselves to fortify, our bodies mind, some souls, what's raking such that we are to those type of attacks whether objections ultra terrestrial extraterrestrial attacks cetera. Yeah. You know? It's so scary. It's a it's such a scary experience to have anything. It makes us feel so vulnerable that that could happen. And I I I don't really know like how we get chosen. You know, like how those beings target a particular person. I think once unfortunately, what I've discovered about it is that once you seem to be a person who's targeted it. They're often come back to you over and over again. And if you're in that cycle, it can be quite hard to interrupt that. And I think that if we are really strong if we have a strong energy field if we're living in a good healthy life. If we are, you know, doing a lot of Rakia. So I think yes, Rakia, Ken, helping up the circumstances. That's my hope and belief is that predators of all kinds of us over and look for easier. Prey so that would be my. My advice is really make sure that your healthy your strong your energy field is good. You know, you have some kind of faith. That's also protecting you. And if you're already in the cycle of abduction, this one that I'm not sure I have an answer for probably some of Georgia's other guests have, you know, more knowledge on that how we get out of that. But I do think that sometimes people are targeted over and over again. And that's that's a sad. Sad state. Our first time caller riches in Monterey California now. Hi, rich. Thank you for calling. Yes. Hi, georgia. Lisa. First of all, can you hear me pretty good? Yup. We sure can. Okay. 'cause I have to have it. My speaker, Don law because my voice is very loud. First of all, I everything. Lisa says, I agree completely. I was I suppose to a psychic violent pyre much. What's kinda makes kind of funny because the first time I met her. I had a voice from God say this is a girl you are going to marry. Was god. The other girl that I was wearing says. You hear that? And she said, no. And I mean, my wife was really beautiful. She still is she's still my friend. I've had to divorce twice we have a child. So I'm in Monterey. Now. I you know, when I first met my wife shoes independent, and I knew that is I'm kind of independent, and I did karate for twenty years. And that's kinda how I deflected things. But I ended up having the right Paula. Poems because that was my outlet. And ended up being about a hundred and twenty or so before I ended up leaving her like a and I had time to write my poetry because I'm all alone. So then I met another woman she came up to me, and she's actually a worse vampire then. You're like a magnet and your first guest was on fire. And I'm I was on fire like that too. So basically, I've heard that you when you get around sixty years old is when might start turning on they can turn on anytime. But an average of maybe sixty and I wondered why people get divorced at fifty five well because they're probably married to it. So I could hire. And I was about that. I could barely walk. I have recovered, and it's things that I choose to do myself to put up my fence. I've used those words just actually kind of awesome. How much stuff is exactly? The worst is all your guests say in my poetry and someday the poetry will make me a little more comfortable and happy with Adam joyful where I am. 'cause I'm like Thomas decided to send I have a light bulb. That's being created. But it's not quite there yet. Good for you..

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