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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Now let's get to the news. This is a sensitive story. Okay this top story. Evidence is coming out that an israeli defence force officer should have been dismissed long ago for sexual offenses and was only delta's true punishment now. He's been behind bars since two thousand seventeen for multiple sexual offenses including raping a palestinian woman. But he was protected by the force his name not revealed and he was not officially dismissed from his role until now why not. I broke the story of the men's sexual offenses reporting two incidents in which he allegedly sexually harassed to female soldiers. He was disciplined in the military but was able to convince his superiors that he should maintain his position in the force. He showed off letters of recommendation from his officers. In addition to certificates of excellence that he received during his service both of which greatly helped his case and kept him as a soldier. The committee found he had slapped a female soldier. Propositions another and brought together a group of soldiers to watch pornography the military court allowed as of yesterday the release of the details of this case to the media after years of ordering to keep the details. Quiet the man was imprisoned for raping a palestinian woman and extorted her and other women plus a man for sexual favors. I twenty four news reports that he'd been issuing permits for palestinians to enter and work in israel in exchange for sexual favors and threatened to take away their permits. If the victims ever told anyone about the assaults he was forced to pay out eighteen thousand chuckles or five thousand six hundred dollars in damages to multiple women that he raped plus nine thousand chuckles or two thousand eight hundred dollars to a one woman that he sexually exploited. If any more details come out on this we will let you know next week. Tel aviv's new light rail finished its first set of test runs along the red line late wednesday night. The light rail conducted its test between pitts- tika in the north and butts yom in the south with a stop on jerusalem boulevard which is in jaffa or ufo. The twenty four kilometer route took two hours and thirty minutes to complete from north to south. The idea is to connect israel via train so from south of his so from south of tel-aviv to the north of tel aviv. Using an easy commuter like rail system that would eliminate people taking buses or driving their cars through the city centre. Police prevented residents from getting too close to the train. But many still gathered around the tracks to take pictures and videos of the exciting moment as the train went by the ceo of the transit organization. Operating this kayem glick says we made history. Today we practically traveled from. Pets tikva to yom for the first time we opened the line from end to end with a perfect system in terms of electricity cars and tracks in the coming weeks. The organization is going to run more tests. In dot com and java the line is projected to be in full operation in about a year from now with one train passing every three and a half minutes. That's pretty good. A new delta variants of the corona virus has been detected in israel just as the infection rate in the country has begun to decline the new variant dubbed a y. Four point two was identified in an eleven year old boy who recently returned to israel from moldova and is the only detected case of the variant here in israel however the a y four point two variant is ten to fifteen percent more transmissible than its delta ancestor. So it's likely that other cases already exists in israel and have yet to be discovered the head of the immunology lab at bar. Ilan university says quote a. y. Four point two is a descendant of a y for a grandson of the delta variant adding that there are currently fifty six descendants of the delta variants around the world. The doctor says we need to be aware of what is going on in israel but when it comes to stopping the entry of new variants short of shutting the airport again. There's not much that we can do. If you are getting caught up on your israel daily news we would like you to consider sending a monthly contribution at anchor dot. Fm slash israel daily news slash support. The financial support that we get from subscribers helps us maintain our show. It helps us continue to grow and try to reach new audiences subscribers. We'll get a handwritten. Thank you note and a little poem that i come up with myself to let you know how thrilled we are to have your support. Thank you for your interest in being up to date on israeli affairs. Israeli politics are world politics. We have one central link in the show notes which you can click on and it'll take you to the page where you to make a contribution and feel good knowing that you're supporting independent journalism so check that out at israel daily news. You can also support us by leaving us. A review on apple podcasts. Too you can share the show with a friend and three. You can follow us on social media at israel daily news as well as shanna fold. My name has two ends minutes. And i'm very sensitive about that by the way. I'm still looking for monique. She is our latest paid subscriber of the israel. Daily news podcast. I'm so thankful to have your support. Monique please get in touch with us on instagram. Or send me an email at shannon. Fold gmail.com i want to send you a thank you note and.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Along with democrats are obsessed owed and then it also trying to take down there trying to take down our now. We're starting to see this so called. Think pieces and the editorials on how okay maybe democrats said. That trump was worse than hitler but just sanchez is worse than worse. You're already seeing. This rolled out. you say. is there anything. That's just too absurd for the democrat online media at this point. Really gonna pretend that rhonda sanchez is is such a such a bad. The answer is yes by the way because he threatened. Well i mean. Joe biden That's not if i'm a democrat contest. They're terrified because santa's in many ways gets to the same results as trump but he's not as much of a bull in a china shop to get there and that scares democrats because they couldn't really attack a lot of trump's final results but they attacked oftentimes the process by which he got there as much as you know a lot of a lot of trump voters. They just what i think. I think that dishonest would fight to. But that's why next year's florida gubernatorial race. Democrats are looking at that as their opportunity to knock the santa's out for twenty four kilometres as if he wins. He's one of the viable. That andrew andrew gillum was almost the governor of florida just terrifying. We've got senator rand. Paul from kentucky joining us at the top of the third hour. So that'll be just about that'd be around a two. Oh five eastern. So he'll be with us then talking about all this and more plus i do want to get to the january six decisions that have come down here with some judges. There's one judge saying we gotta stop over punishing people another judge saying we're punishing them not enough so we should get into some of the the politics all this. But i just went through this process. I just did on on a home. Clay a title transfer. And it's once you go through it. You say hold on so i just print this off i i sign it and then it's a little bit of paperwork. You file it and now. The home title is shifted. The answer's yes. That's how this goes home. Title fraud is the the fbi's most concerning they're saying these days growth area for cybercrime. And it's why. I use home title off to protect my home because as you know. The documents to our homes are stored in the cloud and that is where the cyber finds it. No doubt and what can you do to protect yourself. Well for just pennies a day home title. Walk will secure your home's title and back with a million dollar guarantee register your address now to see if you're already a victim and you'll get thirty days free when you call eight hundred seventy eight lock. That's eight hundred seventy eight lock. Eight hundred.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.

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The MacKenzie Family Murders

Casefile True Crime

02:39 min | 1 year ago

The MacKenzie Family Murders

"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"Heard of anything other than the chicks aloo. Yeah so. I think i might have seen a couple of headlines about this back in twenty ten. That's one of the most recent article. I could find went really deep into this but i didn't know it either. I certainly didn't know the name of it. So chicks lube is the main impact or that everybody talks about it. Hit the gulf of mexico. It was discovered back in. Nineteen seventy eight and coincided with the alvarez hypothesis for maybe there was a meteor that wiped out dinosaurs. So is very fortuitous. But there's another impacter. The bowl tisch impacter which hit what is now the middle of ukraine and it was discovered in two thousand to so much more recently and when it was discovered we didn't know exactly what the timing was of it so the first estimates from early samples were pretty broad and they ranged from like a million years before to a million years after the chicks lube impacter and then there was another study in two thousand ten which basically said okay. We think that they hit right around the same time. And possibly the bowl tisch impact or hit like two to five thousand years and being very precise about it before the chicks lube impacter double-whammy exactly so there were all these articles like bbc news. Who said quote double meteorite strike caused dinosaur extinction and lots of those. Yeah like double-whammy type headlines and the idea was basically even though the bowl tisch impact seemed to be smaller it may have sort of softened things up and might have made the environmental more sensitive to a collapse than it would have been if it was just the chicks loop impact or hitting but for a little bit of comparison the chicks lube crater is a hundred and fifty kilometers or ninety three miles in diameter. So large is crazy huge. The bowl tish crater is much smaller but it is still very big twenty four kilometers or fifteen miles in diameter and the voltage crater is also much shallower. It's only about half a kilometer or a third of a mile deep versus ten kilometers or six point two miles for the chicks lube which is twenty times deeper. Even though it was a much smaller impacter the bowl. Tish impact was estimated to object enough material to cover an area the size of puerto rico in one meter three point. Three feet of material allow. So it's still a lot of stuff flying out But unlike chicks loop it hit land so it didn't create a massive wave or you know like a huge nominees little less destruction. Yeah well at least farther away you know might not have spread out the destruction as much. There's way less. Research into the tisch impact. So i can't really make comparisons about what it hit. I don't know what it did in terms of like suit production. I don't know what it did in terms of like raining. Glass serials all over the place. I'm sure it killed a lot of animals that were in the vicinity. Oh yeah they're still definitely a big fireball. Like if you were anywhere obviously within that fifteen mile radius of the crater you are goner and if you were even within a short range around it for example right around the rim of the crater. It's like two hundred meters or like six hundred feet deep of debris so anything around there was definitely getting buried as it gets pushed out from the crater. So certainly if you were maybe within ukraine but actually if you're in the farther parts of ukraine you might have been okay back then but if you're within say like even kiev i think is like one hundred and fifty miles away could be a problem for sure. What is now ukraine. And what is now kids. Yes so jumping ahead to the new study they found that the voltage crater actually formed a much later than the chicks lou crater. They used argon radiometric dating which is probably more accurate than the pollen study that the earlier authors used although a lot of times they're considered sort of similar level of accuracy. Apparently the argon dating that they did in the argonne samples they got. Were very good so it gave better precision in the end. The chicks loop impacter hit between sixty six point zero two to sixty six point zero six million years ago which is why we always say sixty six very close to sixty six whereas the voltage impact or hit between sixty five and a quarter and about sixty five and a half million years ago so in general the baltic impact or hit between about a half to three quarters of a million years after the chicks lube impacter so anything that might have been recovering from the chicks lube. Just got hit again. Yeah certainly in that region. We don't know exactly how much of an impact it had on the world's but if ecosystems were still recovering from the kpmg boundary. then certainly it might have extended those problems especially because the deccan traps in india might have still been on the waning side of their eruptions. So that was the other thing. It wasn't just the chicks loop. Sometimes people say well. There was also a lot of vulcan azam happening in india with the deccan traps spewing all sorts of sulfur and other gases into the atmosphere. So it could be almost a triple whammy. You got chicks deccan traps and this voltage impact. But fortunately in terms of timing. We do have plenty of fossils from that half to three quarters of a million year time range and there are no dinosaurs in it so we know that it wasn't the chicks lube impacter harmed the dinosaurs in the baltic impact or was the final blow. The chicks lou impact are certainly was the final blow the one and only blow necessary to cause the extinction of the non avian dinosaurs one final little fun aside about the baltic impacter since it hit land shortly after the impact it became a lake because it was a crater it sort of preserved a la casteran like fossil situation going on and that was partly why they thought it happened before the kpmg boundary because some some of the pollen. That's preserved like in. That fossilized lake area. Seems like it was stuff that went extinct at the g. boundary. At least that's what they were thinking at the time. So i'm not sure exactly how they got around that it must have just knock on extinct unless it got mixed up with material from other places or something but now there's a ton of sediment that's buried there and it's not a lake anymore. It's been covered with earth so the only way you get these samples drilling down into it through a bunch of.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Thank you for having me on. You're very welcome. Forget no can we start at the point when you were seven years old and something awful happened. That changed your life didn't it. Can you tell us about that. So when i was seven i lost my mom so i had to move to my roll warm to stay with my grandmother in by that time. My grandmother was Eighty six years old oiseaux. She was yeah she was owed in really changed in my life. Every child deserves like that too. My dad love but suddenly that because I lost my mother. i now like ours. Now in the hands of Migrant madda which which. I'm so grateful for because my grandma was a superhero so migrant mada you know like she was a widower social was the father of the house. The madoff their house. This is off the house in big rainy of the house so had waking given the fact that she was a on so she could make sure that we are well fed in making sure. That i'm well. Bat unpresentable each every morning. Trying to you know to comfort me from the loss of my mother. That's a real upheaval. Actually forget that must've been awful and was there a primary school close to where you live. You went to know like. I think that's Reality you know. Like many goes in africa. Face douse a long walks to school. So the school was located about twelve kilometers from where i used to stay so it was had in. That was in grid too. So every day i could walk about twenty four kilometers to and from school and i could just like. I just want to make it like public now. They days of yes. I couldn't like at each school. My grandma could boy. You know maze Could boil eat package nicely in my backpack for me to go to school and because i was so tired of talking i was so young i could hide in the bush in conveyor and my grandma that could just ask me how was school. You know like that feeling that. Oh she's big from school and academic ask has good read she could make is the catch me like okay. She's lying because that us okay. So what did you learn today in our like out till he the things that have been study at the time my uncle had to to me me up with doing i can imagine i can just imagine assembly.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

We Are The Runners Show

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on We Are The Runners Show

"So there's a lot of opportunity to see your community faces between both trail series. Nice now when did you start running. Well how did you get your start in running so i'm very outdoorsy person and i really enjoy things like camping paddling hiking. I'm just generally very interested in being active and looking for different ways to do so. And i would say about four or five years ago. There was a race series so i'd never really ran too much over then ran bid you know grade school high school and i enjoy the shorter distances but endurance running was not something that kind of appeal to me. I would say. But then there was a race series. That came up called brag nar trail ragnar trail and it is based out of even more north of me so about an hour north and i saw such fascinating idea because it combined the camping and east side of me with this newer elements in a new way that i could play and be active which was running basically the race entails a weekend so you're basically camping overnight at a at a location and you run with seven other people so it's a team of eight and you run at relay style so one person will be going out on the trail and they're going to do a five mile loop and then they come back. The next person goes out and so on and so forth. And you keep that up until you each run. Roughly twenty four kilometers or fifteen miles altogether. So you do three loops and so it. Some of your loops will actually be at night. Well one of your will be at night which is kind of grilling and scary. And just you know all around exciting to me. So i saw that one. Oh my goodness. I have to do this and that i thought okay. Wait so not only do i need to get in but i need to start learning how to run. Do i even start this. So i was very lucky. I.

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Travel to Bosnia

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

Travel to Bosnia

"Welcome to the amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen? Let's talk about Bosnia. I like to welcome to the show. Canaan Charter, which who is coming from Bosnia and his coming to us from highlander adventures dot, be and has come to talk to us about Bosnia Herzegovina. Canaan welcome to the show. Thank you very much happy to be here excellent and for people who can't find Bosnia and Herzegovina on a map. Where are we talking about? Well. Everyone knows how to find Italy. It's a big shoe ships country. You have a boot-shaped country, so just go to the right side across the Atlantic Sea and we are right there. Well and your neighbor of Croatia. Bosnia you know goes around like little crescent moon. knoll on the West and south, and then these we have Serbia and southeast Montenegro. I to address. You're interested in making sure that people understand that. If they remember news about Bosnia, they may be remembering news from twenty thirty years ago when Bosnia was going through. A, war that's done, and that's been done now for quite a long time there there are people who are out in the working world who don't remember that and it's a wonderful place to go I. Want to say that I was anxious to do this show because we haven't done a show on Bosnia for a long time. And since then I have been to the country and loved it. So why should someone go to Bosnia Herzegovina? Well, there is a lot of reasons depending what you're interested in now. Bosnia is very complex country, but extremely small size of Pennsylvania, but inside. You have so much for the adventure seekers. There are so many adventure opportunities from Whitewater. Rafting canyoning to paragliding hiking is spectacular, and then if you're into history, we say that we have much more history than we can handle. Different Than Empires were here. We like to say where the crossroads or that where the meeting between the East and the West. Culturally very complex country, and also religiously we have Muslims, we have the Orthodox Christians, and we have Catholics with three big groups. Of course there's the Jewish community here which has been here since they were thrown out of Spain after Kista, so for five hundred years, all of these make this crazy, crazy and beautiful mix that very interesting for foreigners to see because inside I will for example and. And in many other cities in Bosnia, you can pined mosque Docs Church Catholic, Church and a synagogue literally in two hundred meter radius, and it's been like that for five hundred years while inside I will because that's how will the city is? And all of a Bosnia and we're very proud of that architecturally very different from anything else you can find in Europe you're GonNa, find this mix of. Of European styles as well as the optimum styles and a lot of course, local Bosnian styles in all of that mixed together will like to say that we are a Bosnian pots. That's one dish that we have. It's cooked in a big pot with a lot of things, mixed sight, and that's Bosnia a lot of things mixed, and it works perfectly. An Indian taste is fantastic why you should. Should visit Bosnian well. Whatever you choose. You're GONNA love it. If you're into history too much of it, you're into nature. It's absolutely stunning. It's fantastic, magic Pennsylvania, and then put inside the Rockies Grand Canyon Inca trail at a lot of other things as well a bit of New Zealand as well. We just like seaside. We have twenty four kilometers of seaside, so that's one thing with them have. And then, of course, for actually learning history or getting certain messages, let's say about life about history. How people live together or how they don't like each other, because while we had a lot of wars, let's especially in the last two hundred years. There's a lot of lessons that you can learn in Boston. Let's say war tourism doctors is now very big part of tourism in in Bosnia so if you want to learn about that, we are definitely to come to see what happens. If you don't defeat fascism, like most of Europe defeated off the Second World War and it actually shows how life can be both good and the bat also if you want to visit a place. which is completely different than rest of the Europe and very relaxed very laid back with fantastic food, most at a lot of reasons I think.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness

Comfort in Death and Darkness

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness

"At twelve thirty six. PM on police and dog handlers. Found birds abandoned car and began to search the woods firm by two PM. Deputy Deputy Constable Stuart Hyde announced that they had found the body of bid in the woods. He was found with his rifle right beside him after having used it to end his own and life with this information the police confirmed to the public that it was now safe for them to leave wherever it was that they had taken shelter and would resume that day to day activities activities. Although it was no surprise that no one could really do that. In the hours that followed it was confirmed to the public in a police. Press Conference in Whitehaven that twelve twelve people it'd be mid with eleven people injured. Three of the injured were in critical condition. The also confirmed the suspect to be dead. The the police confirmed that he used a double barrel. Shotgun and a twenty two caliber rifle with a scope and silencer attached to it. The had thirty different crime scenes scenes to investigate. Jeez this is actually the worst mass shooting in Britain since the Dunblane School massacre in Nineteen ninety-six begins the day's Ville. Yeah exactly which had a body count of E. Eighteen people which that's a really interesting story. I might go back and do at some some point But later reports said that bird was found to have six rounds left for his rifle still on him with an initial aid. Stolen Dylan the good in tool if I had close to fifty rounds during his rampage. Firing twenty nine from the rifle and eighteen from the shotgun. Yeah Yeah and bear main Adobo. Shocker you twice you have to reload. Yeah when his home was the researched over seven hundred and fifty live rounds for his twenty two caliber rifle was discovered along with two hundred forty live shotgun shells and a considerable amount of financial paperwork. God his spree took place over a fifteen mile or twenty four kilometer. Stretch of the CUMBRIAN coastline. The incident sparked outrage and debate and golden question. The Mater of further gun control in the United Kingdom the Dunblane School massacre and the Hungerford students led to an increase in gun control in the country but people called for even more. Because of Derrick Bird. People also had one major question on that means lanes. Why what possible motive did Derrick bird have for shooting so many people unfortunately will never truly know the answer? The kids well. There are a few theories I mean. I don't think she did ask the kids but One of of the theories was that he held a grudge he had worked as a joiner in the elephant nuclear power plant until nineteen ninety when he resigned because he was is accused of stealing would cost you money back who was trying to help find him with the police. The civil nuclear constabulary so basically the power. How all plans police service and then someone at bar the shotgun often he was someone else's stealing these taps? Tab Ferries he's He was convicted of stealing the woods and was given a twelve of months suspended sentence. It's not known whether or not they were targeted or shot by coincidence but three of the dead were former employees of the plant. This could have been the reason. Twenty as a longtime to snap after holding a grudge and there was absolutely no evidence to suggest that the resignation was the actual reason for the killing spree. One of the wounded Terry Kennedy described himself as one of Derek birds best friends and told of how bid claimed that he was in in a relationship with a girl from Thailand that he met while on holiday in Pattaya. Now when I hear a relationship with the goal from Thailand I think of chasing one online. Well are you going to say ladyboy. Another friend claimed that he had sent one thousand pound to the Thai girl who subsequently dumped him via text suggesting being bid had been made a fool out of quote unquote. Could that have been the reason that he ended up shooting the west coast of England. I Dow h Bush. It's one theory. His own father's will was even called into question to as his family was currently involved in a dispute over it. The speculation as to whether or not this was the reason for the spree was given more credibility when it was revealed that he taught at his brother and his family solicitor killing them. Both finally the final theory was that he had snapped while being investigated for tax evasion while investigating the killings the police found that Hmo were carrying out. That's him I just. He's revenue and customs were carrying out an investigation and looking into the possibility of future punishment. The thought of having a monetary punishment all being served with prison. Time may have made him do what he did. A fellow. Taxi driver mock Kupa. He would numbered for fifteen years revealed. The bid had accumulated sixty thousand pound in a secret bank account and was paranoid paranoid about being sent to prison for hiding the money. This goes so much deeper than a guy. Just randomly shooting people usually does. It doesn't the reasons why the to bid was said to have thought that his solicitor and his brother were conspiring against him. And we're building the case against bird to send him to prison for the hidden money and tax evasion in the DS India's in the days leading up to the spree spree bid called his brother forty four times. That's more than I have missed calls from you when you're trying to hold they just get Mamo Nikkei's exactly so all of that could just be circumstantial but people have killed for less. So we may never truly know why Eric Berry decided to grab his goons one day and just go shooting people or people as it seemed it could have been any one of those things things mentioned or a combination of a lot. Either way it's still one of the worst things to ever happen in recent memory in the UK in fact this massacre took place almost exactly one one month before the real incident took place Aleta law people on edge for awhile. I myself was nearly an adult. Yeah my parents were still reluctant to let me go anywhere. I was seventeen and they didn't want to let me go anywhere. It's crazy a thing that you could just be walking down the street after Shelbourne Award Doc Kelly and take your life away when suddenly someone just fires a high powered gun in your direction with the intent to kill. Yeah it's pretty hard a thing of and it's something that I truly hope that none of you out there ever have to experience and that is the story of Derek bid and the world is also much a worst place port like. It's like when people say I'm uh-huh scattered late terrorists and stuff light up and then I go on. I don't WanNa go shopping. I don't want to go into town when it's busy 'cause it's high risk but then that's given them one. Yeah because they want based in the one you go about your day and stuff like this people not want to go about their day. Anything could happen and people get anxious to Wanna one of the craziest. Things is the Fox In America right now at least the most likely candidate to be a terrorist in America is a white middle-aged man. It's no longer the AM al Qaeda Isis suicide bomber. It's now more likely to be a screwed up white man. I mean look at the Vegas shootings look at most of the school. Shootings are heaven by Colombian Columbine. Those were those biological kids. So it's of the obviously in the UK. A law of knife and gun crime is perpetuated by gangs and a lot of those gangs are made up of black doc people but that's not to say that it's just them doing it as case in point here on with remote like you can get hold a specially in London or Liverpool. You can get hold of a gun. Real easy doesn't is not hard to get one and it will be like a little handgun but still go not can kills someone as opposed to what they're did at had actual licenses for them and then one day just decided you know what I'm GonNa shoot some people so yeah it's it's crazy a thing that we have such strict gun laws in the UK and yet people still die because he'll get them happy. We'll get them. Yeah should have to be late. Mentally assess together good. Yeah you should have to pass some sort some form of psychological test the price. Well that was my story. What do you have for me so mine is a decapitation in Dublin? Do the Double d Yeah it's actually in a town called Drogheda. I think I said that right. It's it's spelled I. D. R. O. G. H. E. D. A- are we know about it because a fever and will monitor his another place when something was found in Drumcondra tre so so thinking of the day all the ds so this happened in January. Twenty twenty it's currently January twenty twenty and it's currently still you under investigation. So it was a bloody gang bull crap that's being going on for. Yes and and seventeen year old. Keene Mill Ready Woods WAS MID and he severed head was found in a Blazin Volvo. hatchback oh you multiple hundred dollars and detectives believe. He was savage committed as part of a drug war between Drogheda at a town from north of Dublin. So there's like draws going on grief and impels pleaded with own McGuire whose Agung like a leader. Yeah And he was left wheelchair-bound. Jude violence.

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"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero Disney yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigation the S. one gas right yeah. yes he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights so why old stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at Hillsdale to see these white soul for a us want it was. March. and so hi Nick was called in when this was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas now I am told them that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear him order to say he he apparently went head to take a phone call they said the you know doctor our neck they're calling you from Washington he took a call in a room came back looked ticked off and then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I wouldn't be the first in line to say that hi Nick was no true believer he will was to the very end the hard nosed scientist but he did go from being a defunct her in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yes Zamora was chasing this either when he saw a flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray is outside the vehicle when they spotted him they race back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but it left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought him his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a good moment in mystery so Morris life he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true it's amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them any more why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know it if you count up move on statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaky the solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tick tack aircraft case or anything like that but the real last Greek case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago yeah yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government said about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much slayers and all kinds of stuff yeah they actually what it appears that they did was after the fact of late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half what really happened let's take some calls you for you down let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here are yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much Alice at Luke Air Force base in Luke Air Force base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so it was kind of a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the the speed of the object was surprised because he thought it couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely unknown I'm just on the list a guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland for one year I was a crew chief up there and then we would have objects again all right are but that was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance would tell us sometimes it was called that was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was under fire then when I left ice one went through the command post at Otis airforce base. one of my jobs there. what's your call reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we'll just ask the questions and we put it in a book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you saw an object in you have your fist straight out yeah in relationship to your had are not only right now at arm's length as of this like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies we're sent on talking you know I think it was a question best I remember there was a question on here that today it probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand tossed up all right now that was a random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble any objects to catch him. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble of any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great story thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going what the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour it it covered like twenty four kilometers in a number of seconds and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph Edward L. always well thanks Joe. among the files to he reviewed water any files having to do with the the Roswell the will I go to tackle real lately. the Eisenhower meetings would eat please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty C. I. A. reports or documents. but what I found early on in the in the process of going through all of them and and separating the wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CIA website than those were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they always have friendly nations and with the queue of your that was a national security interest and it went no where. let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favored and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO harsh blamed on CI a man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientist but he would tell audiences that he came to the T. eighteen hypothesis as the least on acceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the C. I. A. to the Air Force ordering beer forced to keep long. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the Air Force was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and also went home and he eventually took his own life. or if you couldn't take it anymore Cody he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he was in on some hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have an answer to where everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward Kong been a physicist at cal I had sneakers have university of Colorado. he put together for other physicists and three psychologists to go over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the chief of staff in effect with another physicist named Dr little Robert Lowell from you see. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven our study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab the it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer no it's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell. in London himself said I won't believe in outer space saucers until I see one touch one all it into a laboratory and get some competent people to go over with me some of the gun area fifty one. he also told the press early on this is in the first couple of months of the con and committee's existence it is my inclination right now to recommend that the government get out of the business my attitude right now is that there is nothing to it but I'm not supposed to reach a conclusion for another year is that here in Brooklyn New York welcome to the show high Hary. you George good to speak with you again one two seven thank you you've got a great show you really so early shore of program on television awhile back about UFOs and there was a gentleman who claimed that he had come across different. Ashley Graham. if you found this piece of metal it was about a foot long. it was squared off on it the ages on the size and everything and it had symbols on it. and he he didn't know what to make of this you know and the.

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"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero did me yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigation the S. one gas right yeah. yeah he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights so why old stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at Hillsdale to see these lights over IT us want it was a marsh. and so hi Nick was called in when the us was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas now I am told them that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear it yeah order to say he he apparently went head to take a phone call they said the you know doctor our neck they're calling you from Washington it took a call in a room came back looked ticked off. and then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I wouldn't be the first in line to say that hi Nick with no true believer he will was to the very end the hard nosed scientist but he did go from being a defunct her in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yes because the more with chasing this either when the song of flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray's outside the vehicle when they spotted him they race back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but it left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought him his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a great moment in mysteries the Morris life he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true June amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them any more why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know if if you count up move on statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaky the solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tic tac aircraft case or anything like that but the real last great case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago yeah yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government says about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much slayers and all kinds of stuff yeah they actually what it appears that they did was after the fact of late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half. really happen let's take some calls you for you down let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here I yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much I was at Luke Air Force base in Luke Air Force base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so I was kind of a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the speed of the object was surprised he could keep up it couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely unknown I'm just on the list a guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland go on the road I was a crew chief up there and then we would have to object again all right are but there was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance with fellow sometimes it was called that was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was identifiable then when I left ice one went through the command post at over center for space. one of my jobs there. what's your call reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we just ask the questions in a liquid up book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you sought out here can you hold your fist straight now yeah in relationship to your arm. right now at arm's length as of this like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies were sent on talking you know I think those who question best I remember there was a question on here that today it probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand post up on right now that was a random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble any objects to catch from. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble on any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great story thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going what the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour it it covered like twenty four kilometers and I'm number second and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph Edward L. always well thanks Joe good good good among the files that he you reviewed water any files having to do with the the Roswell. the the will I go to tackle over already. the Eisenhower meetings would he please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty CIA reports or documents. what I found really on and that in the process of going through all of them and and separating the wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CIA website than those were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they're always so friendly nations and with peculiar that was a national security interest and it went no where Dan let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favored and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO hush bullying down CI a man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientists to but he would tell audiences that he came to the T. eighteen hypothesis as the least unacceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the C. I. A. to the Air Force ordering the airforce to keep long. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the airforce was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and all the way home and he eventually took his own life. if you couldn't take it anymore Cody he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he within on song hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have an answer to everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward Condon a physicist at cal I had call running sneakers university account. he put together for other physicists and three psychologists to go over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the chief of staff in effect with another physicist named Dr little Robert Lowell from UC. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven hours study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab be it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer that's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell. in London himself said I won't believe in outer space starters until I see one touch one all it into a laboratory and get some competent people to go over with me tell him to go to area fifty one. he also told the press early on this is in the first couple of months of the condom committee's existence it is my inclination right now to recommend that the government get out of the business my attitude right now is that there is nothing to it but I'm not supposed to reach a conclusion for another year. right here in Brooklyn New York welcome to the show high Hary. earlier George good to speak with you again looking to see thank you you've got a great show you really so early shore for room on television awhile back about UFOs and there was a gentleman who claimed that he had come across the craft. Ashley Graham. he frowned this piece of metal it was about a foot long. it was squared off on it yeah just on the side and everything and it had symbols on the. and he he didn't know what to make of it you know and he.

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"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero did me yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigations I swamp gas right yeah. yes he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights so why old stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at Hillsdale to see these lights over IT us want it was. marsh. and so hi Nick was called in when the us was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas no I am told and that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear him order to say he he apparently went head to take a phone call they said the you know Dr Hynek they're calling you from Washington and he he took a call in a room came back looked ticked off. then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I would be the first in line to say that hi Nick with no true believer he will was to the very end the hard nosed scientist but he did go from being at the bunker in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yes Zamora was chasing this either when he saw a flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray is outside the vehicle when they spotted him they raced back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but yet left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought him his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a good moment in Mr so Morris life he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true June amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them any more why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know it if you count up move on statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaky to solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tic tac aircraft case or anything like that what are the real last Greek case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago yeah yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government said about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much slayers and all kinds of stuff yeah they actually what it appears that they did was after the fact of late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half. really happen let's take some calls you for you then let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here I yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much Alice at Luke airforce base and Luke airforce base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so it's kind of a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the the speed of the object was professor could keep up it couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely unknown I'm just in the listing guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland for one year I was a crew chief up there and then we would have object again all right are but that was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance with fellow sometimes it was called that was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was identifiable then when I left ice one went through the command post at Otis airforce base. one of my jobs there. was to close your call reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we just ask the questions in a liquid up book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you sought out here can you have your fist straight out yeah in relationship to your arm. right at arm's length as of this like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies we're something I'm talking you know I think those who question the best I remember there was a question on here that the day probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand tossed up all right now that was a random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble any objects to catch him. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble of any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great story thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going what the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour it it covered like twenty four kilometers in a number of seconds and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph. I'll always well thanks Joe. did. among the files to he reviewed water any files having to do with either Roswell the the role I go to tackle over allegedly. the Eisenhower meetings would eat please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty CIA reports or documents. what I found early on in the in the process of going through all of them and and separating the wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CI a website that builds were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they always have friendly nations and was peculiar that was a national security interest and it went no where. let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favored and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO hush Bulleen down CI a man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientist but he would tell audiences that he came to the T. eighteen hypothesis as the least on acceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the CIA to the Air Force ordering beer forced to keep long. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was a real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the airforce was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and also went home and he eventually took his own life. if you can take it anymore Cody he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he was in on some hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have any answer to where everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward Condon a physicist at cal I had sneakers university account. he put together for other physicists and three psychologists to go over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the chief of staff in effect with another physicist named Dr who Robert Lowell from you see. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven our study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab be it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer no it's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell..

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero Disney yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigation the S. one gas right yeah. yes he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights so why old stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at Hillsdale to see these lights over IP us want it was. March. and so hi Nick was called in when the us was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas no I am told and that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear him order to say she she apparently we went and had to take a phone call they said the you know Dr Hynek they're calling you from Washington it took a call in a room came back looked ticked off. and then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I would be the first in line to say that hi Nick was no true believer he will was to the very end the card no always scientist but he did go from being a defunct her in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yes Zamora was chasing this either when he saw a flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray is outside the vehicle when they spotted him they race back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but it left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought him his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a good moment in mystery so Morris life he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true it's amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them any more why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know if if you count up more fun statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaking the solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tic tac aircraft case or anything like that but the real last great case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago yeah yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government said about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much slayers and all kinds of stuff yeah. actually what it appears that they did was after the fact late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half. really happen let's take some calls here for you then let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here either yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much Alice at Luke Air Force base in Luke Air Force base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so is can a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the speed of the object was surprised because he thought they couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely unknown not just on the list a guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland for one year I was a crew chief up there and then we would have objects again all right are but that was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance would tell us sometimes it was called that was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was under fire then when I left ice one went to the command post at Otis airforce base. one of my jobs there. your uncle reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we'll just ask the questions in a liquid up book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you saw an object in you have your fist straight out yeah in relationship to your head are only right now arm's length as others like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies we're sent on talking you know I think it was a question best I remember there was a question on here did did they probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand post up on right now that was a random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble any objects to catch him. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble of any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great stories thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going with the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour it it covered like twenty four kilometers in a number of seconds and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph Edward L. always well thanks Joe good did. among the files to he reviewed water any files having to do with the the Roswell. the the will I go to tackle over allegedly. the Eisenhower meetings would he please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty C. I. A. reports or documents but what I found early on in the in the process of going through all of them and and separating the wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CIA website than those were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they always have friendly nations and was peculiar that was a national security interest and it went no where. let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favored and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO hush bullying down C. I. A. man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientist but he would tell audiences that he came to the T. eighteen hypothesis as the least on acceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the C. I. A. to the Air Force ordering beer forced to G. bong. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was a real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the Air Force was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and also went home and he eventually took his own life. or you can take it anymore could he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he within on song hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have an answer to where everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward con been a physicist at cal or at tolerance the university of Colorado. he put together for other physicists and three psychologists the goal over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the. staff in effect with another physicist named Dr little Robert Lowell from UC. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven hours study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab be it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer no it's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell. in London himself said I won't believe in outer space saucers until I see one touch one all it into a laboratory and get some competent people to go over with me Tom the gun area fifty one. he also told the press early on this is in the first couple of months of the kind in committees existence it is my inclination right now to recommend that the government get out of the business my attitude right now is that there is nothing to it but I'm not supposed to reach a conclusion for another year. here in Brooklyn New York welcome to.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

15:07 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Allen Hynek he did end up being a hero Disney yeah. curious about Jay on and I was privileged one night in the seventies to spend an entire evening with him and regale him about a couple of investigation the S. one gas right yeah. yes he was called to the scene when Michigan in nineteen sixty five had a couple of nights of wild stories from south east and south Michigan around a couple of small towns dexter Michigan wasn't Exter was the first one and then Hillsdale at Hillsdale college younger as well as a couple of university administrators they had eighty seven girls from the dorm at hills fail to see these lights over IT us want it was March. and so hi Nick was called in when the us was making headlines all over the papers and after two days he said of chaotic interviews he coined the unfortunate term swamp gas now I am told them that he was told to say that did you ever hear that story no I did not hear him order to say he he apparently went head to take a phone call they said the you know doctor our neck they're calling you from Washington he took a call in a room came back looked ticked off. and then announced to the media that it was swamp gas yeah. I wouldn't be the first in line to say that hi Nick was no true believer he will was to the very end the hard nosed scientist but he did go from being a defunct her in the early fifties when he joined the airforce is because to finally as you know in nineteen seventy three formed his own group the center for UFO studies which bears his name today and it was that case of Lonnie Zamora the police officer in Sir coral New Mexico that helped change his mind. yeah so more was chasing this either when he saw a flash of both blue and orange flames in the sky or off the road and so he just drove his cruiser over the the desert terrain until he came upon this egg shaped object resting on the ground with a couple of little quite suited gray's outside the vehicle when they spotted him they raced back in and with the rumbling roaring sound it took off again but yet left both depressions and scorch marks and he brought in his police superiors to verified what had happened there I don't think that this was a great moment in mysteries of Morris wife he's been featured on many many documentaries sense but he paid a price of among his colleagues he was for a while a laughing stock that's true too that that's absolutely true June amazing cases over the years we don't seem to get them anymore why is that. in my right. well there's always something going on and you know if if you count up move on statistics in a year's time there's going to be a thousand or two thousand. cases from shaking the solid I mean the last really good one moon I and I'm not talking about the release of the tic tac aircraft case or anything like that what are the real last great case where there were witnesses was the Phoenix lights and and I was twenty two years ago now yeah and that was seen by so many that is you you probably can't make a statement for what the government said about the Phoenix lights because they didn't say much not much layers and all kinds of stuff yeah they actually what it appears that they did was after the fact of late at night they sent a couple of helicopters up to drop some players and say that's what people misidentified but they were off by about an hour and a half what really happened let's take some calls you for you down let's pick it up by going to bill North Carolina first time caller hello there bill welcome to the program Hey thank you guys very much for allowing me to to hello input here I yeah. may not have a lot to add but I would like to say when I was in the airforce Montes sixty six to sixty nine thank you too bye Sir by the way well I think you're much Alice at Luke airforce base in Luke Air Force base was a radar operator. and we saw it was part of the sage environment semi automatic ground environment so I was kind of a computerized system at the time. and we would have objects on radar that was the the speed of the object was surprised because he thought it couldn't keep up with the data input and they were they were definitely on my own I'm just in the listing guy so I don't have all have I want to add but there definitely was unidentified objects on radar and then when I got to Iceland I went to Iceland. I was a crew chief up there and then we would have object again all right are but there was a manual system that was not a computerized system and that we would have objects in maintenance would tell us sometimes it was called there was a term called running rabbits and so I definitely have seen objects alright are with my own eyes that was under fire then when I left ice one went to the command post at over center for space. one of my jobs there. listed his knuckle reports when someone would call in it was nothing we just take a sheet of paper that had questions on it and we'll just ask the questions in a liquid up book and I don't remember all the questions but questions like if you sought out here can you have your fist straight now yeah in relationship to your head Armani right now at arm's length and then there's like one of the questions we asked and I'm always joke about this when I was in college and. and then my career with other bodies were sent on talking you know I think those who question best I remember there was a question on here that today probably wouldn't fly out there was a question on have you been drinking I I'm I'm. sure that was the question on there like that but. I just wanted to add that. first hand saws stuff all right on that was random sample did you ever scrambled is you have to scramble imia jets to catch from. we scrambled jets but it was the two intercept the Soviets coming over the ages but it now we we didn't scramble on any unknown objects we if we scramble we knew pretty much what we were going after I believe that that's great story thank and I wonder how many operators of radar units Dan could say exactly what he did I'm reminded of one some radar that was on board an airliner which. radio India and to say that something was approaching him and was going what the equivalent would be of ten thousand eight hundred miles an hour that it covered like twenty four kilometers and the number of seconds and that it was going so fast that on their radar screen it was leaving a trail. but. that was a favorite of mine let's go to Joe in the Bronx welcome to the program Joseph Edward L. always well thanks Joe good good good among the files to he reviewed water any files having to do with the the Roswell the the wall because the tackle over LA. the Eisenhower meetings would eat please. no none of those things was covered by the CI a I had five hundred fifty C. I. A. reports or documents but what I found early on in the in the process of going through all of them and and separating wheat from chaff was if it had anything to do with national security it was not the eventually put on the CIA website than those were held in abeyance and I have some really good cases from around the world that the that the CIA must have known about but because it involved their personnel or they're always so friendly nations and was peculiar that was a national security interest and it went no where DM let's talk a little bit about doctor James McDonald what was his role in all of this. he's a favorite and a hero to me doctor McDonald was an atmospheric physicist at the university of Arizona and however he came to this in October of sixty six the newspaper the Arizona Republic ran an article titled UFO harsh Bulleen down CI a man. doctor McDonald was a hard core scientists to but he would tell audiences that he came to the P. T. hypothesis as the least on acceptable explanation. he he rejected things like time travel and E. S. P. N. secret aircraft and natural phenomena as overall explanations. well he went after the C. I. A. because when he was at Wright Patterson airforce base he looked at that old nineteen fifty three Robertson panel report and at that point there was a memo attached from the C. I. A. to the Air Force ordering the Air Force to keep long. cases and so he really came down with both fists on the C. I. A. over that he made a number of appearances before various audiences and was to the C. I. A. he was real pain in the ****. and eventually because of his public speaking on this subject and repeatedly saying the C. I. A. with flying and the airforce was debunking at the CIA's behest he ran into trouble with his university superiors and also went home and he eventually took his own life. or you can take it anymore Cody he just couldn't handle that much pressure but to me he was in on some hero. the condom report that came out in sixty seven sixty eight to debunk project blue book that was a set up wasn't sure what by a sixty seven the Air Force was ready to punch they didn't have any answer to where everything and neither could they get rid of it so they ask for for a nother committee to be set up and this was under Edward Khandan a physicist at cal I had call room sneakers have university account. he put together for other physicists and three psychologist to go over not a large number but a number of cases but and I put down a couple of quotes here that I think are worthy of mention the chief of staff in effect with another physicist named Dr Lou Robert Lowell from UC. he told university officials just as they were getting under way in the late sixty seven our study would be conducted almost exclusively by non believers who. would add an impressive body of evidence that there is no real reality to the observations and then the key he said the trick would be I think to describe it sold that to the public it would appear to be a totally objective study but to the scientific community it would grab be it would present the image of a group of non believers trying their best to be objective but having an almost zero chance of finding a softer that's not here yet the objectivity of doctor Robert Lowell. in London himself said I won't believe in outer space doctors until I see one touch one all it into a laboratory and get some competent people to go over with me someone to go to area fifty one. he also told the press early on this is in the first couple of months of the kind in committees existence it is my inclination right now to recommend that the government get out of the business my attitude right now is that there is nothing to it but I'm not supposed to reach a conclusion for another year not here in Brooklyn New York welcome to the show high Hary. earlier George good to speak with you again thank you you've got a great show you really so are you sure of program on television awhile back about UFOs and there was a gentleman who claimed that he is come across different. Ashley Graham. he frowned this piece of metal it was about a foot long. it was squared off on it the edges on the sides and everything and it had symbols on the. and he he didn't know what to make of this you know and he.

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Explainer 160: Libya: a new civil war?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:13 min | 3 years ago

Explainer 160: Libya: a new civil war?

"Much of the lost decade Libya has been defined by a gruesome irony it has two governments but a distinct lack of governance. In recent days. There have been indications that one of Libya's two governments is intent upon resolving this contradiction, the veteran warlord general Khalifa after who is more or less in charge of the regime based in the eastern city of Brooke has ordered his forces to move on Tripoli Libya's capital and home of the government of national accord, led by prime minister, fires Sarraj and recognized by the international community as legitimate. It is not clear whether half tar and his militia who preferred to call themselves, the Libyan national army possessed the wherewithal to take Tripoli or even whether they're seriously interested in trying it may just be an attempt by half tar to assert himself ahead of a u n sponsored conference on national reconciliation Sheffield to take place in Libya next week, either to make himself seem entitled to a bigger slice of any carve-up or to disrupt the talks entirely. Libya's? Current woes are a product of the abuse previous woes in two thousand eleven amid the tumult of the Arab spring Libya's long, dictating despot the sinister and ridiculous ma-ma Al Ghaddafi was overthrown and murdered. He had ruled Libya for forty two years since seizing power in a coup d'etat in nineteen sixty nine. And there seemed little reason to mourn his passing Gaddafi was a thug. A crook. Obviously quite mad and had ruined a country which had and has every reason to be prosperous Libya possesses at least, the world's ninth largest proven oil reserves presides over seventeen hundred kilometers of glorious Mediterranean coastline and has a smaller population than London Ghaddafi had however sufficient wits about him to have successfully played the confidence trick that tyrants, often do upon the democracies the degree to either support them or ignore them. He implicitly. Opposed that terrible, though, he was whatever might follow him would be worse. And then used his power to create the domestic conditions that ensure that this would indeed be the case Gaddafi's Libya was very much Gadhafi's Libya. No opposition, no, independent institutions little in the way of civil society and people too terrified in the direct experience of this reporter to speak fairly his name. Gadhafi's regime collapsed in two thousand eleven the outside world intervened. A NATO mission authorized by the UN Security Council has been much criticized for failing to establish order. But that wasn't what it was designed to do. Operation unified protector was an ambition which imposed a no fly zone over Libya and targeted forces loyal to Gadhafi to protect civilian populations. The NATO intervention ended shortly after Gaddafi's death. The subsequent chaos has been largely of domestic Libyan manufacturer by two thousand fourteen escalating sufficiently to deserve the designation of civil war. Very broadly between whichever government of the moment was attempting to operate out of Tripoli and whatever forces were being commanded at the time by general Kelly for after a former Gadhafi loyalists who fell out with his famously irascible boss in the late nineteen thousand nine hundred and spent many years in exile in United States. What am at Helen comic? You help me and ask me by that not for the foreign forces are however now in play in Libya, despite the official UN recognition of fires Sarraj government internally Kelly for half appears to enjoy the backing of Egypt France, Russia, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Certainly it's difficult to believe that huffed as recent visit to king Salman of Saudi Arabia was altogether. A social call as things stand. Nobody seems to. Lear on what half Tara once which may be exactly what half Tara wants some feared that he sees himself as Libya's Abdel Fattah El Sisi, the disciplinarian military, strongman others believe possibly optimistically that half as current offensive is by way of a job application for chief of the defence force of a unified Libya as we go to where after troops continue their advance towards Tripoli. Some reports have them seizing Tripoli's long-closed international airport, twenty four kilometers from the city centre earlier this week an airstrike by half tiles forces hit Tripoli's only functioning airport at Meagher, it is possible that some sort of endgame game is in play and the four that some sort of resolution may be looming. But in the short term, at least any alleviating of Libya's agonies seems wretchedly unlikely. Monocle twenty four. I'm andrew.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Take a reverse award. Oh, courage. Hold on. I don't have to repeal the. All right. Very very quickly new fiction. Got one two people chameleons fiction. Diamonds fiction and Jupiter fiction. Okay. Not much of this. The new in dropped out. One in three one and three. So so despite being called a gas giant Uber is mostly liquid which. That one is science is absolutely signs by any measure. It is mostly let me give some numbers. I got the numbers down here. Schumpeter actually has we learned a lot from join up. But there's still a lot more to learn in fact, mental stuff like that. Yep. Because you could moderate voice. So the current model of Jupiter is that it really has a thin atmosphere. Just one hundred twenty four kilometers. And then the well thousand climate of liquid will likely hydrogen and forty five thousand clubbers of liquid metallic hydrogen. So it's mostly liquid hydrogen, and then belief that you have liquid helium. And then you have some kind of core. We're not really sure. Then the metallic, right? And then you have the rocky Corp, we don't how don't know really. How big is going to be some core down there. But we don't have. So Steve is the is the Red Eye of Jupiter. That's that's guest service. That's a storm on the atmosphere. Yeah. It's still a big atmosphere. One hundred twenty four but tens of thousands of liquid helium outer skin of Jupiter real. Yes. Just the skin. So a couple of cool facts that came across because of that because you have liquid hydrogen is conductive, right? Can conduct trysofi. So and it's fluid. So you have a fluid Duggal too. That's why. That's how big biggest always is the biggest thing in the solar system. Jupiter's magnetic four hundred fifty million mile, and it generates. Yeah. It's the biggest thing in the solar system, it generates ten million ten million of electric city. So we had a station near Jupiter Jupiter individual. That's really cool. All right. Most diamonds are not made from compressed coal. Jay, you had a problem with that one? I have a big problem with that. Without that one is science. Hit upon it. Most of the diamonds that are mined come from the mantle come from stable diamond region in the mental brought up by volcanoes and is much deeper than coal, very it. Cole is whatever what three kilometers. So why few clubbers and diamonds are made on one hundred fifty. So Why's everybody wrong? It's a myth that is just really percents permeates culture hurts. So what's it made out of carbon but not coke from volcanoes novocaine bring it up. So it's just there's deep carbon in the mantle. What form the how they get there? When he gets compressed all car car. We're made of carbon because it's coming on that. But I'm just trying to visualize. What does it look like where does it look like coal, maybe? The most diets are older than the life that formed coal, right? So it's most of it's three billion years old. Also, how many allergens of carbon are there? And there's a lot it. Looks like diamonds. Jay, I'm still not sold on this. Totally correct. So it's deeper older than coal. So it can't be from call three other sources of diamonds, by the way on earth. That's right. So subduction zones produce a little bit of diamonds very small, though, asteroid impacts produce Nanno diamonds and cubic zirconiums and sometime it's come from space formed somewhere else, and they just know diamonds from heaven, and we make our. Yeah. I remember some planet rain, including artificial. Okay. Number two chameleons do not use their color changing ability for camouflage fate. You think you think that's a fiction that one is science. And all. Don't they said about they're not so color is camouflaged when they change their skin color. It's mood. Ring. Jay's correct..

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So so so then tell us more about what you were just saying that that it's ply. Mary mission is is to to fight against the Islamic state here. And and it seems as if efforts out of all Assad Abass. Have been rather successful recently in Iraq. Yes. Yeah. That's true. So I'll aside is in unbear- presence, as you know, in Iraq is sort of lard and desert like area, largely unpopulated, and the people that are there, mainly soon knees. So this is sort of the perfect ground for ISIS to come in. And since many of these Sienese are disenfranchised when Saddam was removed from power and a Shia government came into rule the country. Many of these residents became disenfranchise and enter into ISIS for support or even to join them. And so it it's sort of a perfect place for the US to be to launch attacks out of do train. Iraqi security forces there to fight ISIS. It's it's also important to note here that the as as, you know, US military plans in the region are pretty fluid, but officially there has been no change in the mission. General VO tell the commander of US central. Command said yesterday. Day before the Senate that the mission in Iraq. And also, I'll Asad airbase has not changed. We have not shifted from counter ISIS to watching Iran. However, just like in Syria being there is one more place from which we can pressure Iran indirectly symbolically just by being there. But also, it's a base for aircraft for surveillance aircraft special operations forces who cancer Rayleigh, Iranian activity in Syria in particular, obviously, we're not allowed to overfly Iran. Right. Well, I mean, you mentioned the aircraft. They're here just to to hearken back for a moment to what the president said in that clip that we played at the top of our conversation who was very impressed with a quote, the massive runways here. They are massive the fourteen thousand feet thirteen thousand feet long respectively. The entire perimeter of the base. I'm reading here is twenty four kilometers long. So it's a. Huge installation here. But to talk more specifically as we should about why what the president said on Sunday White upset the Iraqis in particular. Let's listen to more of what President Trump said to CBS Margaret Brennan about his plans plans at the moment for US troops in Iraq..

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on KTRH

"Hideously long. Very. Terrier or something like that? And it apparently sunk during the time of the Peloponnesian war is Liz commerce center and up until very recently. We thought it was a mess. Let turns out it wasn't. It's there it's about Swedish seven meters underwater, and they haven't done much investigating yet. But we know that it exists Alexandria. Big portion of is is underwater the lighthouse. The lighthouse Alexandria is underwater part of the palace Cleopatra is into water. But we also have the city of this off the coast of France. And we have other cities around including scariest islands that come and go such as high Brazil pop up, right? And pop up. Yeah, we hyper Zillow's has been noticed over and over again by several captains is supposed to be west of Ireland and east of the United States and. It's been talked about for centuries. And now it seems to be gone again. But we also have the I believe it sandy island in the South Pacific or eastern western Pacific. And this is a very strange place it appeared on maps for a couple of centuries. And then recently people say, oh, no, it's not really there. It's a mistake. Mistake that was compounded. My the island was about twenty four kilometers long, maybe five kilometers wide. And but successive captains of ships recorded their log, and now it's gone. And now, it's gone. I saw myself Google map, it shows the island shows the shape of the island and size of it. And it's all pixellated. Now normally Google doesn't pixelated rob were already at the top of the hour. Let's come back in talk about that. And take some phone calls next with rob shell ski as we talk about.

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"And he's like you're not going to like this. He's like it's coming from the valve cover. Oh, no at the at the firewall, which is the front. Yeah. The most Dan plays it most difficult place to get to. And so I I call GTO engineering I pulled out my invoice because this car had a valve adjustment done in engine out valve adjustment, including brand new valve cover gaskets three hundred twenty four kilometers ago. Like, yeah. Not a long time, right? And I go, bro. This is not good. And he's like send the car back on Monday. So he's gonna have to fucking take it again. Year, the other guy, my other friend came and confirmed your suspicion was it. Yeah. It was valve cover gasket. He put a wrench on the amac cap thing. It didn't move. It's the valve cover gasket. It's is this like BMW math, though, where you do three hundred kilometers and Coon Tosh, and it's. Thousand I don't want that you had the my other friend who who is a proper Lamborghini tech said if this is installed, right? This should not this year not have happened. He said, I, you know, I don't want to I don't I don't want to point too many fingers at anybody. But it seems this was not was a valve cover gasket that was not put on in which you see for my suspicion since the spark plug wasn't tightened down properly. It's it's possible that that things were not exactly done according to back. He started the car we could hear the mess. And then when we opened up the engine compartment you could hear arguing and I looked over and I saw and the the the cat or the the plug had popped out about two inches. I was like we'll turn the car off. I clicked it in. And he went to start it. Again. I watched it slowly pop itself. Back up the spark plug was missing. Yeah. So this is they're just back down so loose that it was blowing by it was blowing the wire back off of it. Yeah. So once we got going, and I told them I was like, okay. Well, it's it's going to be one or two things either. They didn't tighten it enough or like or they over tightened it. I was like, and I don't want to have to tell you. Right. If they stripped it, it's aluminum block like I'm sure they just did not. I didn't want it. I don't want to get into. Of that. But either way, but it was by the way, you know, seating a head gasket sounds like it would just be like kinda easy to do lineup cover. Yeah. But it's one of the hardest things to do just write shit sitting on top of that Alf cover like it's going to be a sucky job for someone. But guess what? I fucking paying for it. No, how no no, Don three hundred kilometers. So I'm not paying for that that I'll give up the car for a few days, but I'm not paying for that. There's all kinds of tricks with the valve cover gaskets that all these like, my dad was a mechanic or thirty years. So I got I was lucky enough that I get to learn all these little tricks over the years and anytime he had to do a valve cover gasket. He had really fine wire that he would take over the holes. And he would he would he would tighten and use this wire to hold the valve cover gaskets on to the valve cover. So that when he put it down with lineup properly. And then he would just bell the wire, that's you didn't. 'cause you couldn't on a lot of the cars are couldn't just use like glue. It would with the especially with you know, core gaskets. It wasn't right. Yes. So there's this sealant. I think it's called like twelve eleven or something like that. Correct. Give eleven yes. Like the seal is silicone shit. But it appears that it was only used on the end plates and not the whole caskets. So they attempted to use on the Lamborghini. Yeah. It's what was it? Should it should have been used on a whole? And it was only used at the end portions of it. And now goal is coming out sign so yeah. So there's that and then the member of the rattle in the Mercedes avenue sell five hundred a lot about oh one. I love it seen a lot of there's a rattle from underneath the car..

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"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four kilometers" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Seen it in some of my friends. They re bought the cars they had an ice school. But also like completed modifications like I had a friend who had an Astro van in high school. He always wanted to swap. But he always wanted to do all these things with it. And he just never could get to it. It was custom then. But it wasn't quite the way he wanted it. Well, now that he's older. He's got the money. He just built at the way he always wanted to. So it doesn't always have to be collector cars, it's like I kind of thing. I wanted to see you always wanted. So now, he's got this. You know, Astro van when the LS swab and all this crazy stuff done to trophy. It's crazy. But that's what you know. That was crossed off his list. He's like high school is what we were talking about. It's that you know that personal connection you have with a vehicle. Yeah. Guy who customize that Astro van every time. He looks at it, and drives it has that good feeling back in high school. You know, now, it's a sense of accomplishment for him the able to do that. Yeah. That's how I feel driving Kuhn talked literally exactly the same. So I had the pastor. I had come touch. The white one with the fall leaves that was on the alpine one. Yeah. That was a good one. So I came back. There's no picture and Instagram's acciari I I had a beautiful drive yesterday two days ago, fifty miles to my friends Marcos house and back in the cars fucking run. So nice Vinnie fixed something the a spark plug backed out of its threads. And it was missing and Vinnie figured it out fixed it, and it was running great drove it fifty miles. Brought it home parked it overnight the next morning there's a giant puddle of oil beneath that like like like like enough that if you took this coffee Cup. Yeah. You said. Yeah. There's so much oil on the floor. I'm just like fuck me. And so any crawls around and sort of sees where it's coming from. And he's like you're not gonna like this. Like it's coming from the valve cover. Oh, no at the at the firewall, which is the front. Yeah. The most Dan plays it most difficult place to get to. And so I I called GTO engineering. I pulled out my invoice because this car had a valve adjustment. Done in engine out valve adjustment, including brand new valve cover gaskets three hundred twenty four kilometers ago. Like, yeah. Not a long time, right? And I go, bro. This is not good. And he's like send the car back on Monday. So he's gonna have to fucking take it again. To hear the other guy. My other friend came and confirmed your suspicion was it. Yeah. It was valve cover gasket put a wrench on the cap thing. It didn't move. It's the valve cover gasket. It's is this like BMW math, though, where you do three hundred kilometers and Coon Tosh, and it's thousand. I don't want that you had the my other friend who who is a proper Lamborghini tech said if this is installed, right? This should not this should not have happened. He said, you know, I don't want. I don't I don't want to point too many fingers at anybody. But it seems this was not a valve cover gasket that was not put on in the news for my suspicion since the spark plug wasn't tightened down properly. It's it's possible that that things were not exactly done according to back. He started the car. We could hear the mess. And then we opened up the engine compartment. You could hear it arguing and I looked over. And I saw and that the cat or the the plug had popped out about two inches. I was like we'll turn the car off. I clicked it in. And as you went to start it again..

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Abducted students freed in Cameroon, church official says

Jason and Alexis

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Abducted students freed in Cameroon, church official says

"Says seventy nine students who were kidnapped by. Unidentified gunmen have been released but two of the three staffers docket and still being held. According to the Presbyterian church of Cameroon, the children were abandoned in one of their buildings in the town of buffet twenty four kilometers from the main city in Cameroon northwest region. The circumstances surrounding the release and the identity of the kidnappers on known to students who have -ducted by unknown gunmen from the Presbyterian secondary school in Bamenda in an intriguing twist the church also said that this was the second kidnapping from the school in less than a week. It said eleven boys were taken a week ago.

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