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"university new mexico" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

World Oil's Daily Brief

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

"And so i guess they decided that you know if these are going to happen in wise will stand to benefit and so they are investing their funds as an investment company. They're not just no passing the hat around. This is what they do Their money behind some of these pipelines. So that that's interesting that the indigenous groups some of them at least Are taking that tack. But speaking i would i would. I would just also interject that. The pandemic is creating some interesting bedfellows. Which you might not see otherwise given the financial situation this year. That would be mugger comment. That's a good point. Everyone's trying to find a way forward but Speaking of indigenous representation president elect. Joe biden has begun nominating Some some people to his key cabinet positions namely Former michigan governor jennifer granholm to be the secretary of energy and then new mexico representative deb howland Who herself is a number of indigenous tribe in new mexico to be the secretary of the interior. So he is making some moves and Higgins some making some interesting picks. Will i think if you could sum up the state of affairs among the four main picks buying that affect the industry. I would say at best. We could turn it mediocre at worst. We could term it horrific and let me explain that a little bit first of all. Let's take a grant home. She is a career bureaucrat. Ever since earning her law degree from harvard in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. She doesn't appear to know anything about energy. She supposedly was picked because she's quote experienced in dealing with the auto industry and we all know that. There's a lot of auto assembly that goes on in michigan. So that is considered a plus. If you're joe biden because he is a champion for electrification of the nation's vehicles and installing a national network of charging stations so That in his mind is what carries the day now. The industry i should point out and held out some faint. Hope that the former obama g secretary ernest monet's might retake his old job under biden and that would be a good thing since he at least supports natural gas however knees was discarded. We believe in favor of home in the name of a quote diversified cabinet. So that is why we have grant home. Basically for that reason in for the fact that she as experience with the auto industry but in terms of actual energy extraction or energy generation. She hasn't got a clue. Then we go off to secretary the interior and you named the deb halid and She is a first term congresswoman from new mexico again. We don't think she knows. A single thing about energy doesn't appear that way She is a native american from what's called laguna pueblo. People in new mexico and thus fits binds diversified cabinet goal. Then again does she bring any credentials. The qualify her to run that department probably not Since earning a law degree from university new mexico in.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on True Consequences

"New mexico and the american desert southwest. I'm your host. Eric carter blondine. Hey alex man good to be recording with you today. It's been a while. And i think the last time was are super spooky halloween special for dose spaghetti news. How're you holding up a well buddy. I'm good will for those of my listeners. Who have yet to listen to us begins. I'd like you alex. Tell us a little bit about our crazy shit. Show that we have well. It's a new mexico. Paranormal show that i do with you and We like to look at paranormal events. That happen around the state and kinda giggle giggle at it. And it's a comedy show. Yeah we don't take ourselves too seriously and we don't know anything about anything so it. Why aren't you listening. Yeah come on get together. There's about thirteen episodes now. Thirteen lucky thirteen. lucky thirteen. That way we gotta stop now. We're done we're hanging up. We're finished it's over. We've reached are nothing but the downhill. It's all downhill. You can be right there. Witnessing it okay i got to think about when this episodes coming out so this is coming out next sunday. I'll be forty years old when this comes out. How do you seem so much older. Just a few more days so so go check out our show. It's super fun. And if like spooky stuff it's it's definitely the place to be if you like new mexico spooky stuff. It's even better for you. We're having a lot of fun recording. It's definitely less of a bummer than true consequences yet. It's not. It's not too bummer. Ish and speaking of true consequences and bummer stories. Goodwin today today. We're gonna be discussing a very famous case out of the southern part of the state in las cruces and for those of you that are new to the show and not from new mexico. Las cruces is. I believe the second largest city in new mexico There's a giant university new mexico state university. There it's growing. It's about fifty miles north of el paso and it's a lot warmer than it is here in albuquerque. This case in the problems that resulted during the investigation led to the parents of the victim advocating to change laws. That's right we're talking about the murder of katie slippage. Katie's mom was so motivated to change the laws in new mexico after her daughter's murder that she actually lobbied for katie's law. The law is federally funded and requires that states collect. Dna from convicted felons to store them in a database. This resulted in twenty five other states. Adopting the law which is really incredible to mazing. I have so much admiration for victims families that go on to advocate and make changes to the law this is meaningful change and it's had a massive impact in the way that da's processed it's definitely helped to solve this case. You know and. I think that it was a smart move on her. Her mom's part to go that route. Because it's really hard when you're a family member of a victim of victim merger because you just feel so powerless. And i definitely look up to her and hope that you know she feels that katie's death is not in dana. I definitely believe that it was not in vain and some positive things have resulted from it. she's definitely an inspiration for me. So let's get into the case on august thirty first two thousand and three in las cruces couple decided to take an afternoon to do some target practice near the foothills in las cruces as driving around. They noticed a woman lying in the desert. The couple got out of their vehicle to investigate and notice that the woman was not responsive they called nine one one for assistance and because this happened outside the city limits both city and county officers were dispatched to the area near In the foothills the body was nude from the waist down and showed evidence of sexual assault. There were slight bruising on her neck and pachuca in her eyes. It's when your eyes are a bloody. Oh strangulation usually. The blood vessels burst. It's typically an indication of strangulation. She had defensive wounds on her hands and arms. Investigators also noticed that her back was burned. It looked like the suspect had used in acceler aunt and let her body on fire in an attempt to destroy evidence. It became clear that the woman's body was left there after she'd been assaulted and murdered elsewhere. They were tired and footprints nearby. Police noted the fresh tire tracks and immediately began taking photos as well as creating a plaster cast of the tracks and from her autopsy. The my found blood and skin cells under the victim's fingernails there are also there also was a stray pubic hair as well as bodily fluids on her body. Dna was collected and was taking evidence. It wasn't long after the body was discovered that police had a clue as to who it was that they had found a missing person. Report was called into the police for new mexico. State university student named katie scheppach. The person who called in the report was her roommate. Tracy waters she become concerned because no one had seen katie since the night before twenty two year old katie separate was described as a brilliant engaging and beautiful girl. Her family called her kamikaze katie because she was fearless she was said to be larger than life and friend says did everything three hundred percent. She never did anything halfway and she always gave her all. She was in graduate school in an issue for business and she was originally from carlsbad new mexico. Which is in southeast corner of the state famous for carlsbad caverns. She was a bright young woman with her whole life ahead of her so alex. Why don't you take us through. Katie's line from the night before the murder. So what's the police identified. Katie and her father confirmed with the identity. They started working on investigating the murder. They started to collect evidence as well as interview witnesses to try to establish what had happened. Investigators katie's house and saw that the screen of her bedroom window was propped against the wall and her shoes were found near the window. It was also evidence of a struggle in the yard. Police believed that katie was trying to break into her bedroom. After night. Apart it was later discovered that katy had left her purse keys and cell phone with her boyfriend. It is believed that when she was trying to break into her room. That's when she was actually attack. Not that katie was attacked at her home in the side yard when she was murdered and then later dropped landfill near the foothills interviewed a man. We will call j. And he claims. The following in the police report quote on saturday august thirtieth. Two thousand three. He slept until approximately one o'clock or two o'clock in the afternoon and then spoke to his friend who is also his next door neighbor. He stated that later in the day that he and his roommate and his neighbor traveled to elsom brera restaurant located on lohman avenue. Have you ever been there. it's delicious. I've only been doing this one time. And that was for a conference and it was kind of in and out like it was really pretty down there. That restaurant has the best tacos there like if my grandma made tacos and sold them in a restaurant there so good anyway sponsor us back to the story. Sorry he said they arrived there approximately seven pm and were there until about eight thirty pm eating at this restaurant j stated he ran into a subject to as joe who according to the briefing was the boyfriend of the victim. He stated joe pointed out. Katie who is the victim at the register of the restaurant to that she was the girlfriend. Jay stated he looked over to where she was and determined that she was an employee at this restaurant. Working the cash register he said after speaking with joe for a while he finished and eating. And then he. And his sprints leth- the restaurant at approximately eight thirty pm they went back to his house whereupon he took a shower after doing so an entertained a friend of his named matt over on his brother's motorcycle he said that the then traveled to another friend's house identified as red and they went skateboarding for awhile after. Doing this key and matt went cruising to look for parties and they went to a party a couple of blocks away on renfrew street which is located off a locust however the police had broken up early the then let this location went to the albertsons on bowman robbing there. Approximately eleven forty five and brought some beer and then went to reds house. He said that they had bought two six packs of honey brown and he used a credit card to purchase these items. He stated after leaving the albertson's that they went to a house where joe was an group of people that had gathered to socialize. He stated this was off road runner parkway in.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Boys off quoted assertion by myself and others that this is our best season. Autumn in Santa Fe, kind of perfect, right? 82 degrees right now. Today, probably around 85 degrees. Nice and warm. 53/9 56 overnight tomorrow the weekend about 85 degrees and sunny. Monday Tuesday, Winnie Wednesday Winnie Richard Wednesday cooling off down about 70 degrees right now, though, very pleasant 82 with good air quality air quality right now is 22. Which is well into the green for two for 12, 60 anything on your mind? You can chow call in right now, If you won't talk about stuff also give away a gift card. 25 bucks worth to Joe's dining in a bit. Sometime between now and for Clark. I talked about earlier about free private Well, water testing tomorrow on Espanola Saturday here in Santa Fe. If you did not get the information you can email me riches. Santa fe dot com. I'll give you the information. When where, how wet and all that. Also, universities are teaming up to university specifically Navajo Tech and New Mexico Tech. To install filtration units on wells on the Navajo nation. Navajo Technological University, New Mexico Tech, teamed up to address such water issues and rolled a Navajo area starting a pilot project. To build and operate filtration unit for well sites across the incredibly vast Navajo nation. Units, country, even the dirtiest water. According to Robert Bolt, who is the director of Petroleum Recovery Research Center at New Mexico Tech, which is in Sir Karo. So many residents on reservations have to drive sometimes 100 miles to get water and bring it back to the Homes in bottles. Well, well, waters available to a lot of tribes but is not always in great shape. The U. S Water Alliance estimates that 30% of Navajo residents don't have Running water. University signed a memorandum of understanding on Tuesday. In Crown Point Toe launch the project. Technology was invented by New Mexico Tech researcher Jinju Yo used to Mi Jin ju. You Why you dirty water will be treated with bundles of hollow fibre membrane thin polymer straws with coding to help filter contaminants. Each try opening is about the width of a human hair. Units can filter out salts, phosphates nitrates. And heavy metals, hopefully, like gold and copper and uranium. Water and wind mills, tanks and wells. Will be treated for agricultural use. But with state approval, the technology could treat drinking water supplies. So that is some good news and two universities. Navajo Tech in New Mexico Tech coming together You work on that project together for two for 12 60, the phone number Richard to Santa fe dot coms. My email address 54. Minutes After one o'clock, we'll talk to author Chris Whipple at two author of a book called The Spy Masters. From climate power 2020. Come some more good news that people are waking up. And they see the giant fires in California, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico all of the West when they saw the huge fires last year in Australia when they see the damage that hurricane after hurricane Monsoon. Typhoons. Ravaging the planet. People are waking up. Not a coincidence. The first presidential debate is on Tuesday. I don't know if Chris Wallace will bring up a question about climate change or not. Be nice if he did. With the executive director of climate Power 2020 Lorry Load says voters understand extreme weather events like wildfires and super charged hurricanes are being fueled by climate change. And they are deeply concerned about it. And there are numbers to back that up. They're prompted, you know, pushing Chris Wallace, from Fox News asked question about climate change. Can you imagine a more A better question to kind of illustrate The difference between President Pinocchio Cheeto. And the former vice president. 84% of voters. 73% of Republicans. Are worried about extreme disasters across the country like wildfires and hurricanes. Two thirds of voters, including nearly half of Republicans. Say that climate change has contributed to the recent wildfires. Two thirds of voters 50% of Republicans. And voters are also sharply critical of President Pinocchio, Cheeto. His handling of the wildfires only 31%. Say the Trump administration is doing enough. To respond to the wildfires and help communities affected by them. 31% Trump is doing a good job. I get myself in a Sycamore 77%. Voters agree with this statement statement is quote While wildfires were destroying millions of acres across west and taking American lives, Donald Trump remained silent. A president must be a leader for every state in the country. Not just those that forded voted for them. Unquote 77%. People have heard that said, Yeah, I agree with it. 66% of voters. Say that addressing climate change must be a priority. The next president. 39% say it must be the top priority. Above Crovitz. Among independent voters, 77% say addressing climate change, It must be a priority as independents, including 42%, who say must be a top priority. My margin 55 to 38 Voters Trust Joe Biden over President Pinocchio, Tito. When it comes to addressing climate change. For the Republican is a hoax still to this day Come on, Chris Wallace asked a question. About climate change..

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"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Support. We're gonna teach you how to succeed in an online environment and a lot of these classes, you're going to be able to do at your own schedule and ah and at your own pace, so there is a way to do it. But it is. It's a It's a culture ship, and so we have to In the meantime, get there and I'm super proud of what Santa Fe is doing in terms of the scholarships. I think all of us need to be doing that right. I will see this at Northern We will and we will give out more money to students this year. Then in any other year in the 111 year history of the college. And I'm super proud of that and and really that there's a whole team that came up to do that one. We're setting aside $100,000 of our own college budget. To create individual scholarships for students. $1000 scholarships for students. Um, we and then we'll help students with the Pell Grant. Obviously, what state lottery scholarship. We have special scholarships for nursing students. We have special scholarships for future teachers and those critical career fields at the state needs and then the other thing, and I have to give credit to the governor and the Legislature for this. Is that even in the midst of this economic crisis, we will have the inaugural year of the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship and for those students chosen for that program. Who meet certain requirements. After the lottery. Every other dollar, intuition and fees is paid for through that scholarship, So it's a it's a It's a big deal. There's a lot of money out there for for students and My soapbox pitch is For those out there, And I know there are a lot of your listeners out there looking and thinking about what does this economy looked like inside of the pandemic Educations keys, you know, get in there. And now's the time Turk your future Now. Can you be certain though? What, Really you want to study? I mean, will there be biology teachers? Will there be a need? There always be a need for teachers and nurses, as he said, But I mean, the other the other jobs. It's like, I don't know what to do, because I don't know. Post pandemic If if you know that that track, it's going still gonna be. Ah, hot track. That's a really good point. Oh, I think that's I think that's a fair point. Richard I if I were student now, right, I would be thinking about what does the economy look like afterwards? Right? The service industry has changed a lot. Yeah, that's certainly no doubt hospitality from Yeah, exactly. They don't need that. No, we're going to need that. More than ever. It'll be defective. This But it'll be different, and I think one of the keys is to look for programs for which there are employers out there already screaming for people qualified and educated in those fields. So you you said the two top ones. I think I think anything is hell, middle and anything in education are are easy on him because there's that we have such a need right now in the state, But then I would also look at other employees. You know, we Santa Community College University. New Mexico. Los Alamos, Northern all of us have my own partnerships with employers will Salome O's and maybe other major employers that are Already guaranteeing almost guaranteeing to hire the graduate. So those air good fields to look at this one. All right, so along that line are your counseling offices open her counseling offices open and are are you are you're Financial aid office is open. Yes, Yes, Absolutely. So every single student service that we have Mom is open. But in light of the pandemic, they are offering services virtually. So they're offering them through zoom but are offering. Okay, phone, but they're all there. All right. You can do is I nailed resume with you. Absolutely. Yep. Yep. On DH. We're also looking at even our student mentors. So we have a whole army of student tutors and peer mentors. And all of that is happening virtually as well. So we need we knew that we needed to Make sure that we weren't just meeting the same requirements so it can't be the same as we were offering face debates. We knew we had to go even further like that. It has to be really, really good service for students right now, especially because of everything else. They're dealing with President Richard Bailey's Our guest, Northern Mexico College. Can you hang out? We'll come back. Absolutely find out during the break. If we can get those Eagles mouse online, okay before they fly off the shelf,.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"To healthcare and federal they're responsible federal related services or resources three incredibly world so overall that in fact even in New Mexico they have limited access to running water and electricity and basic right sheltering needs which require a population that have to move and travel great distances in order to bring that back every single day to their families right so this creates unique challenges and there are too many systems Indian health service state of New Mexico department of health university New Mexico Indian health service the Albuquerque area Indian health service the Navajo area Indian health service the Navajo Nation the two other states and the federal government and our other partners like FEMA it creates the perfect opportunity for gaps and we have a tendency in government to sort of work in our funded jurisdictional silos and we we do that in my opinion we aren't doing enough to solve our problems announcing today that if we're going to be thinking about easing restrictions we are and we're gonna announce that we also have to pay attention to our crisis centers and the areas where it's more difficult to protect the Mexicans so this is what this does the Navajo Nation rapid response team has Kevin Washburn former Assistant Secretary for the national Indian affairs brigadier general Miguel Aguilar New Mexico National Guard Dr Michelle Sweeney at Cochiti pueblo and also works with the epidemiology team in Albuquerque doctor Kevin English Albuquerque area southwest tribal epidemiology center Dr Paul Roth who is the lead you into the health sciences and chancellor Dr Leonard Thomas leads for a New Mexico and probably region the Indian health service Dr Alex Eastman Eastman who is it clear partner from the U. S. homeland security he's here representing FEMA and is available to us to think through any number of new strategies that can really make a difference Rosalyn so with the Navajo Indian health service and doctors Zerilli throw up at the office of the medical investigator you see that there are a ton of physicians and P. H. D.'s scientists on this team as well as folks who know how to move giant systems that can really create this rapid response our expectation as full partners is to think out of the box to remove any of those government bureaucratic restrictions that have prevented us two acting on the recommendations and requests from the Navajo Nation and to translate that productive effort to the other states Utah in Arizona and for all the Mexicans you should expect that we will do the same thing for every sovereign nation and think about how we can have a native American code nineteen response team and strategy kind of a shout out to representative Derek Wente who sent us a letter earlier this week we're on the same page and I appreciate knowing that there are so many effective leaders in the state of New Mexico all pulling together to make a difference where we need to make a difference it in fact will and does save lives okay so we are announcing today that the current public health order is expiring today right but effective tomorrow we have a new public health worker and I've alerted folks that it will look it's extended through may fifteenth and that the magic about that is it gives us full two weeks to see what's occurring to make sure that we're bringing you our modeling and the data and that we can make the next set of decisions based on that scientific evidence because what's the goal everything we do has to keep the Mexican safe and so where are we so what's different then if I'm keeping a public health were why what's different well we're now in a preparation phase so here's what's changing so non essential retailers can open up they can do that by having curbside pickup and delivery service where permitted by their license what is that may not every retailer as an example liquor stores Verint license their statutory oversight in the state doesn't allow that there isn't anything I can do to change that statute most retailers don't have those restrictions so now they're allowed to open their businesses and provide those services to the Mexicans state parks I'm clear we're all clear self isolation and isolating is very hard and with this incredible beautiful New Mexico weather the fact that people can't take a day trip to a state park to just engage in any outdoor activity and the beauty of the state we want to make sure that we're providing this then I want to make point out that camping and visitor centers are still closed I'm also we will provide this in a separate press release will be on the website not every state park in open all at once although they were allowed to effective tomorrow we do have to staff up and make sure we do all the work to make them as safe as possible by doing the right kind of signage for social distancing and cleaning and we will do that pet services so we want we know that adoption and groomers and doggy out maybe there's Kitty day care too and boarding that that's been a real stress on families and pets we want to make sure that those services are now permitted to operate again we're gonna talk about the standards for that and how you can make those as safe as possible for the public veterinarians always could operate in an emergency service and people might wonder why we didn't just open it up again you want to manage the virus co exist to protect people no unnecessary travel trips are businesses that did include that Ariens starting tomorrow that Neri ins are permitted to operate golf courses nine I want to be really clear that we are we had no state authority there were some tribal golf courses that have been operating from I know that that's cause confusion I am maybe even in your community some consternation my job again is to be the best possible job in the state with the authority that I have to protect people and slow the spread of the virus so this is an area we just didn't want people traveling to the economic recovery council and I adopted and accepted that recommendation golf courses are allowed now to open statewide but for golf only not no dine in food service or retail and I said statewide we have a state plan but if the state plan can't be met by the entire state you will hear that later in my remarks and in this press conference we have a region of the state that is but not at a transmission phase that me to any of the gating the federal requirements or the state requirements to to meet this new public health order so I want to be clear about that on gun stores can now operate by appointment only and the reason for that is too many Mexicans need to be able to finalize their gun purchases for background checks we recognize that and we think this meets the same nonessential retailers criteria they can't do curbside but they are permitted to do by appointment only so that changes tomorrow next slide all right so what remains close with this instruction well we still want you to stay at home I know that that sounds like we give that message too often but I drove to the capital today I would mention that I often do deliveries in Albuquerque my family on the doorstep and I go see my mother via a window right a wave I can see everyone can see there's national aggregate data that shows you where people are traveling people are traveling virus need you to travel to transmit you catch it you give it we don't want you to do that we're staying the instruction to remain in place except for these essential services all right what else remains closed offices work spaces and retail retailers are except for the exceptions if you can't do curbside or delivery and it's not an appointment only exception they're still closed dine in restaurants and bars except for curbside delivery are also still closed I'll tell you what we believe based on the contact and the time you spend there which doctors grace is going to talk about we made these decisions not based on the business but based on the safety of the public and the safety of the employees there we'll show you how we did that using an evidence based model here's what's still unsafe and closed indoor malls gyms salons theaters and casinos mass gatherings still prohibited and the fourteen day quarantine order remains in place for all out of state airport arrivals all right next slide all right we're gonna stop there I'll posit there we have to play some commercials will do that and we will be back with the governor we got through what she's opening what she's leaving close we'll be right back with the governor.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"As soon as Gino and Richard get that posted for us so if you've missed part of the conversation we love to have you catch up sure you before we went to the break there and got you all blissed out on Van Morrison again we were talking about some of those vulnerable populations that we serve and I know that you have a real passion especially because of some of your family experiences about senior hunger and this just tidal wave of hunger that it's facing us as a nation can you tell us a little bit more about that absolutely we're finding that we're out of the people we help and that's about thirty four thousand five hundred people in the nine counties that we serve we're helping and we're actually really pretty close to that number of people who are food insecure in those nine county so we're reaching a good part of those folks that at there's a number of food in secure people and the nine counties we service a little over thirty eight thousand people and other ones that we serve about twenty five percent of them are seniors and it's and it will that's going to increase I was talking with the good folks at think New Mexico and they have sent out a study that was done by university New Mexico that shows two out of every three private sector workers in New Mexico have no money saved for retirement and nearly eighty percent have less than ten thousand dollars saved hi and those are people who are getting ready to retire and what we do now if they cannot come just solely on their so security tax that provides just under fourteen thousand dollars a year but for them to meet all of their basic needs and base it's just basic needs that's not anything else they need at least twenty eight thousand dollars that's incredible so we are ex anticipating an increasing number of senior seeking help at the food pantries and kitchens and the senior sites that the few depot serves there's some real complications around nutritional issues when we're talking about senior hunger as well there'd that seniors often come with health conditions nine zero we're finding that hungry seniors are in poor physical health they experience highs higher rates of heart disease diabetes depression they have difficulty and you know we talked earlier about difficult choices well what we find again we senior says with the money that they do have do they buy the medicines they desperately need or do they buy food and we've heard stories of senior saying to us that they you know they cut back and only take their medicine every third day or every other day or cut it in half or whatever it is just to make it go a little longer hello all right now and it this is when I start getting upset when we really start talking about seniors and and like you said our most vulnerable populations not only do is there a high rate of senior hunger but child hunger in New Mexico is absolutely horrifying and makes me actually stay up at night thinking how in the world are going to reach all these kids that need our help well we know that families with children are disproportionately experiencing poverty which makes sense raising children is expensive and it adds a burden to families to be able to provide for all their children's needs during the fluctuating seasons of the year and we see so many children suffering in those circumstances and this is also addressed in making ends meet our property simulation where we talk specifically about the impact on children but for those of you who haven't heard of it aces is kind of the big conversation right now in early childhood and asus standing for adverse childhood experiences and this goes way beyond just experiencing hunger when a child is experiencing hunger it likely means that their family has challenges around poverty and you see increased rates of violence in the home interpersonal violence addiction abuse situations some the collect maybe children that are left unattended and what the researcher brain research around aces is showing is lasting impacts for children that they carry into adulthood that's a tech affecting not only their physical health like you would expect of typical nutritional depravation obesity those types of things but we're also seeing major socio emotional and behavioral health implications that a fact whether or not they graduate from high school whether or not they go on to a high paying job with they're not they end up in abusive relationships they have substance abuse or self harm challenges and the issue of hunger and poverty for twenty five percent of our kids really just means that we have an epidemic in our community of children who are facing situations that are permanently impacting their life outcomes if we don't start to intervene and build resilience and start solving these poverty and hunger issues now while these children or young willing and I I've shared my story out of my of my childhood and growing up poor and what that does to you emotionally and mentally and being as a terrified when you're at school that day and thinking oh my gosh or better yet all I can at lunch because their main not be food at home when I get home and I think back of the struggles my mom who was you know raising three kids as a single mother the struggle she had just getting food on the table and and eight you I'm honestly if you if you were touched my hunger as you're going up you have no idea what it does to your confidence in yourself your self worth in but I and we're gonna get into this a little bit more but we're going to take a break now and you're listening to talk twelve sixty and one of three seven Katy are seeing Santa fe's.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You get your podcasts be sure to subscribe and review this podcast tell us what you think leave a five star review and now our C. and I quote I realized that all these preoccupations the bike meeting the helicopter ride we're just ways of avoiding having to look at the biggest problem they were just shiny objects I was allowing myself to be distracted by them instead of facing my fears I do this often in my life I allowed small worries to distract me from the things that really mattered I would place small leading distractions prevent me from moving for returning cheating success focusing on what really matters takes courage and it takes risks I told myself right then and there if I lived I would make my life different by letting go of my strong need to maintain a sense of control I've realized that I actually have far more control over the way I live my life than I ever understood before welcome to a climb to the top stories of transformation I'm Chuck Garcia and my host this evening is Michael o'brien founder and chief executive officer of an organization called peloton coaching and consulting Michael welcome to the show thanks for having me Chuck I've been looking forward to this all day long can you describe your listeners what it is they just heard what they heard a passage from my book in my story as I was waiting for the helicopter to take me to the trauma center the only with trauma one center in the state of New Mexico they were about to try to save my life all right it's a good opening Michael let's hold that for just a second we're gonna come back to that before we get to that particular event which was the basis of my quote that I pulled out of your wonderful book called shift give us your background where did you come from and what led you ultimately to those mountains of New Mexico and the event that we're going to speak about well I grew up in beautiful Rochester New York the true upstate for all of us new Yorkers that look at Manhattan has set up a center of New York SO grew up in Rochester went to school in Virginia worked my way to DC and then the job took me up to New Jersey in the metropolitan New York area started off just in sales got into the pharmaceutical industry and my pharmaceutical company which is based which was based in New Jersey took us out to New Mexico for an off site and I was pretty much a typical guy I thought I was following lifescript to the key go to work hard in high school go to college get a gig find someone there the someone start to have a family climb the corporate ladder and I hopped on my hamster wheel because that's what I thought you had to do to create the life that you want to have the life I thought society want me to have and so up until that point going to New Mexico I didn't really live my life with live where Innis I did live my life with a lot of hustle allowed to do in order to have more things in my life the things I thought were important all the material possessions that so many today still chase after those shiny objects absolutely that distracted and are really extra merit badges yet what you were describing is you were living the corporate life providing for your family wife and two children understood which is what we do commuting into the city or living in northern New Jersey at the time living in northern New Jersey commuting to another place in northern New Jersey just working a whole bunch of ours right trying to be the patriarch trying to be the leader right thinking I had to have all the answers because I had those two roles so I was playing Superman at work in Superman at home and I didn't want to show my stress to anyone I don't want to talk about that so I ported inside interests tried to repress it I had no idea how to really set yet Michael one fateful day in July of two thousand one you ask yourself a question is this what it feels like to die that scene for our listeners why did you ask that question and what was happening at that moment but that moment I had just been hit by a Ford explorer who crossed the center line was traveling forty miles an hour when I was on a early morning bike ride I thought I was the smartest guy at the meeting I was going to avoid the hotel gym get some exercise and I came around a bend it was right there coming right at me and I thought surely he sees me he'll move he'll see me hell move any never moved and I remember the sound of me hitting the grail into the windshield the screech of his brakes I lost consciousness the employees are around me when I regain consciousness and I just remember trying to will myself not to fall asleep because I thought if I fell asleep I lose control over the situation as crazy as that sounds but then in a moment why they're doing their work I wondered like yeah is this what it feels like to die because this didn't follow the script the script I was following since college to scripted people promise me would give me what I wanted you never expected in the script that you'd be matter of fact to a Medical Center in any you you you spoke in the book Michael that are at the time that you were met fact into this hospital there was a particular surgeon who was on call that day that happened to be someone at the top of his field was that have been sent to fatalistic all that all that he was the orthopedic surgeon for the university New Mexico so he was a expert orthopedic surgeon in New Mexico because the university Mexico's only trauma one center if you're a surgeon you're also a trauma surgeon right and he was just about enough of a maverick enough of a cowboy to fight for me that day well in retrospect you also noted that potentially if another physician had been on call you would have lost one of your legs absolutely I went to a whole bunch of other orthopedic experts across this nation to get second and third opinions about my health status so I could regain enough function they all told me if you came into our hospital our clinic with your injury we would have amputated your left leg above the knee just to save your life the surgeon you have worked a miracle on you and then never appeared any script that you would have written no way like if I was writing it from that point on from that time that truck hit me I was writing a new script okay before we talk about that new scripting your change of outlook walk us through the recovery what was it like how long did it take and what implications data have on family and career a whole bunch at first no I made that promise to myself once I got on the medevac Michael if you live gonna stop teasing happiness life is gonna be different what you wrote what you read in the beginning well when I came out I see you the doctor started painting a picture of a lifetime of into not independence dependency more surgery pain and suffering and I went dark chock very quickly I thought life was so unfair I learned about the driver had revoked license he should've been driving that day so in the whole spirit that we go where I'd go I went to a deep dark place better angry revenge fall and I stayed there and I tried it again put on a happy face the happy front that things are gonna be great I was going to be optimistic right I was doing it again avoiding the real core issue but when the hospital got dark after pasta visiting hours are over I just cried myself to sleep almost every night wondering why do bad things happen to good people so I stayed in a funk Intel I realize well if you're gonna get your body right you have to get your mind right first and when I finally came back to New Jersey I started working on that I had to get my mind set right I had to start focusing in on what I still had what I still could do in order to get healthier now I'm here we're chatting by my peloton as I like to call it my tried is the only reason I am here let me hold off for just a second because you you're introducing a metaphor that I think is a very powerful one sure as a biker the title of your book is shift creating better tomorrows winning at work and in life and his bikers you compete and there are winners but it's interesting how you talked about your tribe in the peloton and for those that may not know the bike racing community described the concept of the peloton and how that relates to your metaphor sure was some of your listeners might know the word peloton from peloton spin bikes and so they use the same word as their metaphor but I would point people to the toward the front although cyclists that are raising their bikes through the Alps of France they're called the peloton and they need trusting collaboration in team work to go down the road is safe and as fast as possible so I had a moment in my recovery when I look at my whole medical team different departments different scale now it's like they're like my medical tell time they're all helping me get better regain my health so from that point on my metaphor for tribes or network is losing your peloton who are you riding with in life because life not a solo project you know around here I love that you also having your booking it occurred many times about the metaphor of shift talk about on a bicycle the importance of the shift and how that relates to the changing your outlook and how you shift your life absolute for me it's about shifting perspectives as we will look at life look at career so any bicycle and especially nowadays has multiple gears which helps us go up the hills go down the hills now the turns and twists so the more gears we have the more chances that we can just make subtle changes to our gearing which makes peddling easier we can go faster we can conserve energy and I think it's the same in life that when we shift our perspective when we have some space some openness to look at things maybe a little bit differently than how we're looking at him right now we may see a different meaning we might come up with a different label we can be empathetic as we can perhaps see the other person's perspective which heck we need a lot of that in today's society so for me shifting is about that perspective shift but it can also mean per shift in life shifting career shifting family and I think we're shifting all the time you know change is inevitable I like to think progress is really a choice though things are gonna change but are we any progress or not that's really part of our agency as human beings I I wanted to examine one thing also that really spoke to me in the book with your recovery if I remember was approximately thirteen months now there may have been more to it but the time you got at a house for your home and you are feeling better you talked about when you were in the hospital you notice the difference in the people that had a pessimistic mindset and those that had an optimistic mindset no all along you were describing feeling sorry for yourself that self pity that self loathing was taking over you when all of a sudden something began to shift can you describe your observation of the patients that got better and why they got better which had nothing to do with the body yeah I believe there's a huge of mind body connection now growing up I was always an athlete so we knew that mindset mattered when it came to sports but I didn't really make the correlation to mine sat and health and so the people who are getting better had a more abundant or optimistic to put it plainly way of looking at their injury and their health going forward now I had a phony optimism on the surface I was like yes this is great we're going to recover but deep down inside I was pessimistic I was worried I was fearful and I knew this that going back to my athletic background in order for my body to heal I first had to heal my mind and I think we tend to forget that especially given the pace of life today that the mind set what we tell ourselves what we believe.

"university new mexico" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"I might be able to get you in the numbers eight five five four five zero three seven three three it's the final segment mark with you Richie rich and money could go to David in New Mexico talking about some basketball star the heads of the with the new university New Mexico I'm not entirely I don't remember all the names or anything David I I've got a few minutes for you here but I do have other calls yes the one he rattled off the so the the anybody looked it up online there's plenty of articles the basketball player is a New Mexico Lobo basketball player JJ called well and the reason this case is significant is it is it substantiate my allegations because what he's claiming in his federal lawsuit against the university of New Mexico he is exactly what I'm claiming regarding the Fourteenth Amendment and other things and but what I was saying when we left is that the in addition to the FBI stating that New Mexico is the most corrupt state in the nation there New Mexico also has the nepotism problem in itself power structure in its government especially as the evidence by this Albuquerque journal article that says right here that nasha tore as the dean of students in the wife of a role for as the second judicial district attorney whose office is reviewing Caldwell's case for potential criminal charges so in one husband and wife partnership you have not should door as the dean of the university ID and student's university of New Mexico that isn't that easy victim this basketball player from his apartment block him from we're doing anything with the basketball team and banned him from campus with until further notice without him he's not even been charged with anything and at the same time simultaneously not should gore as in the role door is the is the Bernalillo county prosecutor that he is responsible for deciding whether or not to prosecute this guy yeah what we get a well the it's gonna it's probably gonna go very well for him it's the state of New Mexico that needs to get its **** kicked and sit in the records in the process of getting his **** kicked by this basketball player and his lawyers and you in the federal law sees me up to thank you yeah eight five five four five zero three seven three three let's go to John calling in from Nevada John you're on free talk live okay I'm not sure but I thought the earlier I heard you guys talk briefly about poverty in hold on hold on I'm getting lose an audio here can you start talk radio yeah it's already your phone okay I thought I heard you guys talking about poverty earlier in the I had been leading the bank that I I think are important is the common name Bryan Caplan do gonna release the book within it your style but he's written a lot about online already talked about the causes of poverty to book it if you dare poverty does but by what because that's part of it it's the default state it's it's how to eliminate poverty and bring yourself out of it that needs a call this point the United States it's hard to be poor okay you have to try sure or trying to talk about the first window of less than twelve thousand dollars and what they have to do you know that either you said either the good quadriplegic or lazy or whatever yeah because you have to not have a job right I'd say you're right in so much as no one knows you anything yeah right but it's not correct that that that that you necessarily need to be poor in America that you start out poor you know I mean yeah well you got you got to be pretty lazy you start out screaming naked and cried I got right everything else is given to you by someone else until such a time that you can take it over and none of that that's given to you throughout your childhood into whatever you can start taking care of yourself is to you in any way yes but your parents give it to you they do and I do think parents have an obligation I think that you you create somebody who's incompetent you have an obligation to take some level of care for them so you have an obligation to provide food for a kid until they can figure out how to provide food for themselves you have an obligation to provide shelter and clothing to a kid until they can figure out how to do those sorts of things for themselves and I don't think that's what people are talking about when they're talking about like generational wealth now generational wealth means the money that's passed down and I think that there's a good argument that some social groups have done better with generational wealth than others but you know as a as a as a guy whose ancestors got here to the United States and got as poor as fast as they possibly could you know what I don't really get much out of my familial line so go ahead John yeah while you wait all the property line and one Frank Kaplan at the three main causes of world poverty are one bad laws in the world best buys that business and and and market right now with a jasmine revolution all over Africa the Middle East is basically yeah these people just can't do business without the government meddling go ahead John right we look at it number two is closed borders and well because world productivity would double it before right this is I kind of this over and over again world productivity would double if the borders are open but you know no one wants to talk about how to make immigration easier by the way birth rates in the United States are declining at record rates death rates are going up at record rates there's obviously we could use a few more people look I don't know what the magic number is of people from you know what mixes from which areas of the world so that we maintain US culture whatever the hell that is I'm not even sure what that is either but I can tell you the government certainly doesn't know what it is and it's not trying very hard to figure it out it's just not Mexicans and the third major cause of poverty in the world and and this would be the major Kerr of poverty in the United States would be Montel be irresponsible behavior eight he that in the United States there are around the world together you are very thin so if you live in if you live in the United States if you do these three thank you if you finish high school if you were if you work full time and don't quit your job or do you have a better one and if you wait until you're twenty one it can order it and Mary before you have children those are the three thank you to those three things in America there is only a two percent chance that you will be in poverty no failed to keep all three of those things there is a seventy seven percent chance you will be in pop yeah I the the high school one is kind of funny so yeah I would you know that one too much if you finish high school your the chances are statistically the chill and be a much better shape but that's because people who can finish high school finish high school whereas if you could finish I well credentialed that you should get it yeah now that you can't pass high school that is not your fault you know that you don't get back again transaction yeah but I mean I could have dropped out of high school in my senior year got my GED and everything would have been exactly the same you could have dropped I at graduating I thought I could have got a high school and just dropped it and lied because nobody would have no problem is is the community college would have wanted to see it and I went there for a little bit but I never got a degree so my degree from community college hasn't been useful no one's ever asked me for any of these pieces of paper get out I if I would just check the box that said yep I graduated high school nobody had any job would have ever said anything you nobody ever checked her my college law degree but they did check for Mari high school GED stuff when I applied to undergrad right colleges care about your education but also only once yeah John Johnstone just lie in the form SO job but but I don't right so the point here is that in America poverty is largely avoidable and that it you know even if you think there is some obligation to give charity eagle who are for it the the people who are who could easily have avoided property I acting reasonably they've developed at the back of a lot I mean personally I think a charity should be directed at what I do too or drugs a towards things that you could not possibly have avoided this on an individual basis so what exactly what happened with that yes things like cancer or range like convictions or stuff like that where you did nothing wrong and life was like I don't like you John we list I those three things that one has to do in America to have a ninety eight percent chance of not being in poverty that would be finishing high school are getting a full time job and and and work full time don't quit.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"There's no other radio show where you can call in and just talk about whatever you want right there really really as an thank you t hem and that is awesome of you but speaking of people calling in. Let's go straight to the phones. We've got Davis from New Mexico on the line. David you're on free talk live. It doesn't make the the government the state would that be like as in the state of New Mexico. Yeah run the state of New Mexico. Certainly certainly part of the state apparatus. Actually the state of New Hampshire in its own charter calls itself a cover mental the suffix. Al Al on the end of the word means similar to or like just a city of keene causes off a governmental agency related call themselves government. I don't believe they are government. I believe that they are what they call themselves. A Municipal Corporation itself governmental. So what's on your mind. David are the lesbian. Trans Nazis added again. Are you starting with me. You know what I don't even know. How do I prefer properly classify you and all that Area I David David? Oh okay well no just however it's been so he. Yeah speaking of the transsexual the sexual cop at the University of New Mexico now a university New Mexico. That's the governmental state owned agency to isn't it. I probably yeah sound radio station. There radio station K.. UNM that belongs to the University of New Mexico that belongs to the state of New Mexico. That would be a state agency as well. Wouldn't it. Hey can you give us a phone number of the program director at K.. UNM So people can call them and say. Hey you guys are a bunch of jerks because you kick David off the air breath. I mean because there are people taking notes. I'm sure grab your pens. Or they'll listen to it in a replay seriously arts towing screwed me over hardcore hardcore and a twenty thousand dollar Toba. Eight years ago I talked about it on free. Talk Live gave out their phone number. That dude cut at to- bill to like a third By the time he looked at his yelp ratings and his Google ratings and all the free talk live listeners. Just terrorized but you're not online attack. He's lunatic I might be a strong word but Jay. You're certainly not a limiting. Thank you so David. Why did you call it tonight about what we're talking about readily I don't really see the phone number but I know it's in here it's a TV to find if anybody wants to call the the You'll find it when you call tell us part so you'll find it then call later and tell us the phone number and you find it make a note of it that's I mean this is how you get to these bad actors. Who Won't let you talk on the radio right? Yeah that's that's one way to do it and I agree with you so I wanted to follow up on are you had opened a discussion on. I had I had said that When these guys filed criminal charges urges against me for calling into their calling program where they invite people to call in and ask questions make comments? It's like you do And except they have a banned list. You know a blacklisted names on the list like mine is David Olson. Then you don't you don't get the opportunity we just don't want to hear from you at all at our discretion aggression and And so after. They did that to me after they wrote me up on charges for calling in When they told me not to I looked I searched different things online. Including you know names of people that were behind filing these criminal charges against me for calling into this public radio station owned by the State of Mexico when at times when they invite up Anderson to call in. And you don't understand why they banned you from calling. Now they're now we're getting something so key on. What are you just said so? Why don't you continue with that for a second so I could so people understand where I'm going with this? What what what? What's your point? Are you what you get in that. Well you're the type of person who when they asked you to stop client their radio station and Wendy you continue to call and they sent police out to ask you to stop or to charge you with criminal charges. Whatever you look them up on facebook to find out things about them that you consider to be bad like one being a lesbian the cop being trans and so you you spotted all these bogeymen for you to get worked up about? I fully would expect based on how you've acted since that you were obnoxiously. Obviously calling this radio station just repeatedly during the same shows whatever even after they told you not to. Am I accurate number one. They didn't have the rate. If I ask you not to get in your car and drive home It's not about what they had to do or not to do us about is their reaction to to your behavior understandable. Okay well first of all if they tell me to do something. They told me to stop exercising. My right to do something. Should I be offended did that. Somebody was telling me that I can no longer breathe the air no longer drink the water no longer. My David Stop. I'm not interested in whether or not they were right or wrong to make this request whether or not they had the right to make this request. I'm saying they made the request. You reacted in the way that you did. Surely you. You understand why they're wary of dealing with you well. I don't really understand your logic because if I tell oh you are you. You are no longer allowed to be out in public because we don't want you out in public anymore. But that's told here is a little bit more specific than that. Let's say I was regularly walking up and down the sidewalk on my way to and from work. Okay and I was regularly walking by this person and flipping them off okay and eventually they they got upset about. Hey I would appreciate it if you didn't walk down the sidewalk. Stop walking down the sidewalk and I continued doing it. I would understand. I would say they have a right right to keep me off the sidewalk. That's why I removed rights from this discussion entirely but I would entirely understand their emotional response to not wanting me on that sidewalk. Are you Incapable sympathizing with them that extent. So wait a minute. So government has the about rights. David this isn't about writes this this about human beings interacting with another okay. So what you're saying if I'm hearing you right is that when a government agency imposes its will on on a citizen rights. Don't matter that what you're saying are you. I'm saying that these people do not view themselves as agents of the government. Did you aggravate these people. That's what she wants. Wants to know if you like aggravated do what yeah. I'll answer the question but I wanNA hang here a little bit longer. So do when these people cash their paychecks what is written on their our paychecks. Where we're probably something about the University of Mexico David? I you know the even getting paid. I mean. I don't get paid really to do this. Did you really expect these random people working at a gas ask station to really have given it. The level of consideration to understand that they are government agents because their paychecks are ultimately signed by the United States government. Even though the United States as government isn't mentioned anywhere on their paychecks. Do you really think the average person working at a university that has any knowledge whatsoever that you you really sound owned absurd to an educated personality. Of course they know whether isn't educated David. The average person the average person who applies for the interviews for a job at the University of New Mexico is not aware that they're getting paid by the University of New Mexico. Is that what you're saying. That is literally not what I said David and thank you for the call literally what I literally said and you can play this back later. If you don't believe me is that they fully do not understand that their paychecks are paid by the United States government because the United States government is not mentioned anywhere on their paychecks. It's not mentioned anywhere in the course of the they're not hired by the United States government. They're hired by the University of Mexico. And yes I understand. There's a lot of back room dealings going on at that. Make the united the make the university diversity of New Mexico part of the state apparatus. I get it but they don't. They're just random people working good job at at a university David. They don't consider themselves to be federal employees. Louise I think you should call in that radio station and asked him about David because you got a real good way keeping pretty chill about situations anyways. Dave Dave David gets a little fire. I like Mellow David. I would not wanNA drive in a car with.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Now in this story that I fell by the wayside was the shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola where the sailors were killed by the Saudi pilots who we still haven't heard much about we do know that there were other Saudis who were in the classroom where he started shooting there were filming this whole thing going on and we know that they apparently have discovered some sort of little group of terrorists they were kinda siden imbedded in this group and several of them escaped we don't know where the rats I know the authorities are trying to find these people for fear that their the terrorist cell for lack of a better term and that they are in Oregon plan other disasters one thing about the sailors that were killed on Saturday the navy announced the rights and fitting must you miss promotions of two enlisted sailors who tried to stop the deadly shooting ram rampage at the Naval Air Station Pensacola December six Muhammad hate men in Saint Petersburg and Cameron Walters a Richmond hill Georgia were both advanced to the rank of naval crewmen mechanical third class the navy said released there's also ensign Joshua Caleb Watson of enterprise Alabama the three of them were killed when this Saudi second lieutenant opened fire with a legally purchased a Glock forty five nine millimeter handgun in a classroom building courting the FBI all three of those men's Haytham Walters Watson all took actions to stop the shooter save countless lives the result according the base commander eight others were injured so they gave them bus humus promotions and awarded their families the then whatever the navy one of highest awards the navy can give anybody so it's the least thing the navy could do but there's now also another story this coming from New Mexico Clarion project reporting this a Saudi student in New Mexico arrested for possession of an illegal handgun and a list of people he had planned to kill news funny this didn't make headlines anywhere list included professors at the university of New Mexico where he was an engineering students the student twenty seven years old he's received his bachelor's degree from university New Mexico is a graduate student there turn himself into authorities on Friday he had a gun wonder by other guns F. B. I. received a tip about is illegal possession of guns by a person who also reported that this student had compiled a list of people he wants to kill before he leaves the United States and by the way the queen's the tipped off the FBI he was also on the list he wasn't on the list before he was gonna be on it afterwards that's for darn sure so this is just another case where we've got Saudi students and I hate to point at the Saudis because allegedly there our ally in the Middle East they've got some radical factions in there think about all the flyers to flow the planes on nine eleven most of them were Saudis because there were people that they're radicalized it's something after watching again I'm glad people are on the ball and this just goes to show you if you see something say something because there are times when you do so you say something and see something again it turns out to be quite important so whoever took the FBI off to this more power to you in Detroit's to another story we go here more than twenty five hundred the story from right by by the way more than twenty five hundred dead Americans remain on the voter rolls in Detroit according to a federal lawsuit filed last week federal lawsuit filed alleged that the city of Detroit failing to maintain their voter rolls keeping more than twenty five hundred dead Americans age eighty five and older on the rolls after retaining voter data from the state of Michigan the public interest legal foundation researchers say they discover that a number of registered voters either had impossibly old or disqualifying young birthdates in one example health researchers that's the name of the crew the pill for public interest legal foundation the pill free searchers found out that are registered voters stated they'd been born in eighteen twenty three now that would make you either the oldest person ever or is somebody wrote something down wrong right the group public interest legal foundation health source states the Detroit I just think it's funny the columns of pills the Detroit has about four thousand seven hundred eighty eight registered voters who have been flagged as having potentially register to vote twice or even three times another roughly sixteen thousand five hundred registered voters let's please do not have dates when they actually registered to vote the president of the public interest legal foundation Christian Adam said city of Detroit's failing forms of those basic functions do its citizens during the city governments nonchalant attitude towards addressing evidence of dead or duplicate registrations exposes yet another vulnerability in our voting systems our nation works to improve election security before November twenty twenty making a federal case out of this was necessary and I hope we can receive resolution for the polls open but this is just Detroit how many other cities across the country do you think this problem exists in here the there's been a group of conservatives who going around in two different states and said we want to clean up this whole thing with the your your voter rolls because you got people on here that aren't there are dead that it moved and this is just right for the possibility of any kind of fraud so we want to clean this up and of course the liberals like no no no you can't do that you're taking people off there who who might well vote this next time around the person's been dead for thirty years I don't think they're going to vote in less it's fraudulently right but that's you know how they do it it's in the end you just gotta wonder if there's gonna be a company out there they could just go through and say government way around I will clean this up for you will figure out who's there course if somebody hasn't voted for a while you send a letter to the last known address say Hey you know what's going to take you off the voters registration if you don't send back this postcard a few you know don't call us in our come into the office in should prove that you're still alive and be a very important thing for you to do you know I I look back to you know Chicago mayor Daley in Chicago back in the nineteen sixties promise John F. Kennedy promise candy's dad actually that he would deliver Chicago for him and he did indeed in that put Kennedy over the top of that's why John Kennedy won the presidential election a lot of it has to do with that may know back then there was a lot of voter fraud going on joke in Chicago he used to be is a you know vote early and vote often it's amazing my father was Die Hard Republican voted Republican almost straight ticket all the time and my father passed away in nineteen ninety one do you know what's amazing is ever.

Naval Air Station Pensacola
"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Analysis paralysis the alternative is to make a decision move ahead but we don't shut down the process that I was taking way too long to make a simple point we we have a lot of studies they've been very useful we're going to do more studies we've had a there were four hi I held up a chart last night there from there were forty four community meetings about the water future Santa Fe in the potential pipeline in in nineteen twenty nineteen alone so we're not shut down the prices were not can't anybody out we're not closing our minds we are simply saying at some point in time you got to give staff direction we agree with this reports in the studies that are best option is the pipeline it enables lots of other options including to direct potable re use a hand aquifer storage and recovery both of which are are really good environmental solutions I think we're going to discover as we move ahead that this is a time when your city council stepped up and took a hard but important vote before I let you go you said you're going to go into the new year we're going to go to the new year with no new city council members also going into the new year still looking for city manager and now a land use a director yes we ice I bid a teary farewell to Carol Johnson today in the year and a half she's made our land use department significantly more responsive and more professional she's added different structure she's brought in some talented people she's she is a a real gift and she's going to be missed we are now commencing some conversations with candidates for the city manager posts so that is moving in a very structured and and professional way we had an outside consultant bring in some names and those will be some of the candidates and some of them are from here and some of them are from other parts some of more people who want to move back so it's a good field there's just a lot I I I feel like the city is on on a good course right now we obviously still have a lot of work to do on as you said housing we've got a lot homelessness continues to take a front seat in everybody's mind we've got to be structured in our approach toward providing housing for homeless people from we have to be much more effective when it comes to building more housing all that's a work in progress I think we're making real progress with our streets and our roads in our investment in in our infrastructure were hoping for another great year with the legislature they were terrific last session this is a short session thirty days but we're going back and asking for some additional help with city priorities there including a teen center on the south side to make sure our young Santa Fe young people are really given recreation and job creation opportunities but I I I'm ending twenty nineteen thinking that there's a little all an awful lot to be grateful for in terms of living in Santa Fe right now our economy is strong our our community is healthy people are engaged the the leadership in so many of our community activities is is really exceptional our volunteer community continues to just be unsurpassed yeah compared to any city in the country perhaps in the world we have more people pitching in to make Santa Fe a better place to live than any any place in America and I'm grateful to all those volunteers and grateful to all of the leadership we've got the that is coming recently the new community college president is super star I'm just go down the list of people who are coming here to make a difference are stepping up who've lived here their whole lives and are now running for leadership positions it's really I think we're in a good place right now in Santa Fe and and frankly I think New Mexico is experiencing a revival in a turnaround we can always do better mayor yesterday we did an hour with the folks from the New Mexico university New Mexico hospital health sciences center in the city of Albuquerque came up a lot of things that they're doing that I would like to share with your staff I'll send you over the link to the podcast maybe can task someone you're on your staff to take a listen or you know the highlights of it you bet lot of great stuff in there thank you very much happy holidays happy holidays Richard tell everybody in on your team have a great Christmas and holiday season will see on the plaza and everybody stay healthy and take care.

"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Wrong because your judge but I don't want to be held in contempt but you wouldn't be alone and and for and find a thousand dollars for a first look at it all right so we're talk about this new online program that you guys have which is I think it's gonna be a beneficial tool Ole lot of people and more people than you think actually will take advantage of this but before we do a little bit of your background you are judging what in what district the first usual District Court okay I do mostly civil little criminal and the little domestic work but mostly civil lawsuits all right how long you been a judge of the governor long Grisham appointed me in March okay did you apply for it I did apply for I've actually been intrigued about doing it for a very long time and it seems like this was just the right time to take take the leap okay so she appointed you you applied for it and then the name goes before the judicial commission and they recommend people so there's this by potter partisan judicial nomination commission right it's largely lawyers a lay people from around the district they nominate who they think are qualified center the governor and the governor picks from there who she wants to actually point to the bench all right I heard that you were fed up with your law partner senator Peter were well I I think you'd probably more fed up with me but it's a. last time we had similar worth on I said how was your summer I said been working my **** off and I said why he said because I lost both law partners and now his wife is working in the office that is true and she's amazing in her own right is that most of them are a source I hope of inviting this device and guidance as I have to the campaign. all right so are you what would you think I mean you applied for you want to be a judge so I'd imagine you would run on but you you will your your appointed term will be up in November I I am absolutely running and at breaking points there there you go I I don't think anyone in my family will be surprised I certainly don't the governor as the run want to do this a long time but a judge after pointed does have to stand in the next contest elections are running as a Democrat and it's interesting for an independent judiciary to have to do that but that is the system we have and so I will be running next year okay where do you live center okay would you go to law school university New Mexico for most of it university of Tasmania for a portion of it okay and you grew up here so I grew up in Albuquerque went to high school in Albuquerque met my wife in Albuquerque in high school where can I feel Eldorado high school an eagle there you go that's right and then we moved up here twenty of twenty two years ago okay and you got kids yes we have a daughter we're very proud of her and she is clearly the best politician out of all of us in the family she's been doing well. Recio elected official but she is not but she would vote for herself for any particular position she was running for how old is she eleven she's been. helpful with everything from creating robes over floats for the political parade last weekend to anything else he's called on to do she's been great so you had a campaign float in the parade yes okay and will then wasn't breaking news here well that that is true but I will say the fact that you say the name beach I'd is breaking news here I'm so that's I don't think many people do that judge beach ideas are good all right so there's this new easy to use online portal service it which is really cool so explain to us all right so it's the online dispute resolution program a great deal of the cases that come before the courts are are relate to various debt money do cases whether its credit card debt Robert and so that's a significant burden of the courts a significant burden on parties and so the idea and I'm proud of the courts for doing this because people don't think about the court's going out into the world innovate and make itself more convenient right but that's exactly what it's done and so they've established as online process by which you normally would be credit card or some company files a complaint it could be a hospital suing you for unpaid bill so it could be I was going with the odds but that is exactly the the sort of thing that could come up and then the person rather than being summoned it answering and going through the full litigation process or blowing it off we'll so blowing it off I have rarely seen to be an effective tactic so I that is an option but not one I would ever advise right don't open your mail it's not there it doesn't exist the the ostrich head in the sand approach does not seem to work very well but it is also very burned some of the core recognizes that for consumers to go and have to contest of full blown locations so if someone files an answer and in their answer they provide their email address at that point they are eligible for this this do your program the online dispute resolution and there's a mediation that takes place. via the computer online any ideas it gives people a chance to settle the matter hopefully on some reasonable but you know advantageous grounds without the expense and inconvenience of all the litigation right in its again I'm proud of the cord for doing this the court doesn't always we're always on the forefront of all technological efforts but we are on this one so so we've heard our our guest judge Brian bead shied and he he's a local judge appointed by Michelin Grisham all right so people can use it as of today is that live is that active today it is live it is active today what is the website well that's a very very good question. what happens is when people file their answers. at that point they should and they need to provide an email address when they are you so are you should start looking at their in boxes and check spam and junk and all that because what they're going to get is a no reply from New Mexico courts DM D. R. that is going to be the an email they received to let them know that they are they have access to this program okay and so they need to check and make sure that it didn't go in the wrongful so just to back up judge because I for one. I don't think I've ever been sued so could be individual individual somebody suing me say a landlord is suing me or neighbor is suing me because I chop down a tree or something so no right now this is a pilot project a pilot program and it is related right now too dead money do cases like I said usually it's going to be a company okay suing a consumer I will say I've I've heard that is assuming this is a successful okay looks like it might be right it could expand think there come up traffic ticket some violations next it is it matters that they don't expect half to receive a great deal due process isn't this being now isn't as being opposed by a trial lawyers far and wide it's like you're in take business away from us you know no I don't believe that it is but I'll tell you what it is interesting what ever the chords due to make something convenient for one side you've always got the other side you need to be just as fair to and they have the same rights and usually travelers have more power than consumers well I guess that is true in this case it's really the credit card companies and other companies that have this app on much greater volume than consumers so they got lawyers to do a lot of these and they're entitled to rights too so for the time being this can be a company that could be suing Richard companies suing me I you know I went to the hospital I contested it a contest in my building the whole much hidden charges and I don't like the way they did it so I didn't pay the whole thing they're going to sue me so they send me that and then I have to respond to that so you get a complaint in a summons you're sort of via rail mail or email well I usually buy a service that is going to cover could come by mail okay and so when you get that don't do the ostrich head in the sand thing it respond to it and when you file your answer provide your email address to the court I'm now you're in this for now you get a no reply email from the courts say right now you are eligible to use this arbitration online service you don't have to hire an attorney. that's right you could do it I'm thinking at midnight. that is right the beauty of the in your pajamas don't in exactly you don't have to leave work I don't have to take time off from work to go to the court that's exactly right you don't have to be embarrassed in front of the judge there's no shame in here and wall I I will say there's very little to no shaving in my courtroom in general but yes it is a lot more convenient and it is something that again represents the court going out in the community instead of everyone having to come to us you have never called a defendant a loser I have not okay. are you alone in there I am not actually if anything the example set for me by the other judges are district a hard to live up to they don't do that stuff all right now people may be gone so what's the big deal here the it is a big deal of thirty one thousand of these lawsuits are filed every year in New Mexico alone right so if we could if you could do ten percent of those take him off your docket all is gonna is gonna lighten the burden and is going to free up a lot of resources you are correct I think that the figures for our judicial district alone are about a thousand of these cases were filed in the last year and so a judge's docket typically will all tell you our doc is twenty five thousand cases but I think actually there are about twelve hundred to fourteen hundred cases so that's a significant portion of one judges entire locket spread out all right so we come back and we'll take a break and we'll come back and will we'll have the judge kind of run this through you know a.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"It will have more credibility from where anyway I mean any a university Georgetown University New Mexico is good but not great people in your own state I'm happy to join them like like a beaver or you know like an equivalent of a beaver for business but for education ABS likely on absolutely Mexico state and part of it part of the trick here is going to be making sure the people you've gotta get short term markers like if you see this you know we're headed in the right direction if you see that we've got to do some mid course correction so that people don't sort of oh my god you know we haven't jumped up and the kids count data from fifty to number two this year because of this one program I would suspect if we did I would be very I mean I think that's it's not anything tricky so let me ask you this this question again real quickly and then we'll take a break as thirty minutes after the hour our other states doing this are you know our other states that have been kind of where we are especially forty eight forty nine fifty is Arkansas Alabama our state motto now doctor is thank god for Mississippi other states that have been along this that'd make changes and they're making games that we can also say let's do some of that right right so we don't have to reinvent the exactly well they had they definitely not reinventing the wheel they really drawn on as firm knowledge base so the answer is yes there's a program that's very similar to what you're doing called family can access it started in Durham you're nodding your head during North Carolina it's now in twenty other locations around the country it follows very much the same model the same key words are the key words used to describe it and it is producing amazing impacts but we're talking ten years after the program was initially designed and it it produced impacts because they were data driven accountability driven and it because they knew there were going to be miracles happening in the first year or two and they looked at what was happening they made the mid course corrections but it is very similar by design so the answer is yes it is doable we know what to do the advantages I mean the sound like you know it's kind of like industry kind of cliches words we made up data driven evidence based all this essentially is what we're saying we can prove it we can prove it and when people say well you can't just throw money that stuff he can't prove is effective we can.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Seven seven seven three three one zero one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one. Now wanna let you know what we're talking about Marshall masters talking about tonight. He's not we're not faking this. We're not making stuff up. This is something that is going to be reported. Much later. I'm sure in the next few days, if if it's not reporting, you're hearing it here. I bet we talked about it in January and people that I was being a little bit over over the top. Now here's an article. Article from seeing that news Casey net dot com. And here's a and I guess my series reacting to this. Okay. So seen it news has a headline and this is headline that. Is important since you, if you've been to Marshall master site, you'll see that Marshall masters has an article about. What is known as the stowaways that, in fact, his signed, thirty-seven beta tards stowaways and seen that, just a few days ago put out an article, and this is what they say here, they have line is little known Meteo shower this month. Could have dangerous stowaways. The beta tards are rarely seen, but there's been creasing evidence that they will be strongly felt at least they were at least strongly felt in the past says the beta tarred meteor shower is less well-known, because it's considered a week daytime shower that peaks after sunrise, making it very difficult to spot from earth. But for at least a few decades, now, some scientists suspected that the beta tards have made their presence felt in other ways in the past Oxford scientists published research in nineteen Ninety-three suggesting that the space rock behind the tin. Goose key event may have been hiding among the cloud of debris left behind by comet Anki, which is responsible for the tar, it's the little bits of Dustin pebbles, burn up in our atmosphere and are seen Shooting Stars. But the researchers have said that there's reasonable leave that Anki dust cloud, also harbors. Bigger boulders and that it dropped one on the river region of Siberia in nineteen. Oh, eight. Ten event represents perhaps, the most powerful meteoroid impact within earth, modern times, a bullet exploded in the atmosphere over Siberian wilderness, flattening the forest and tossing people from their chairs over forty miles away more. Recent research has backed up the idea that the tone gust lied may have come from the so-called swarm or dense pocket of debris in the beta tards with a much broader cloud of Tara junk brought with it, which are called stowaways. And so we are gonna be passing relatively new, the swarm of debris in the next two weeks, according to a paper written by researchers at universities, New Mexico, western -tario, also the American geophysical union. It says, quote, if the object was a member of the beta tarred system, then the last week in June twenty nineteen will be the next occasion with a high probability for ten good. Like collisions or near misses on planet earth related research finds this month earth will make its closest approach to the center of tarred swarm, since nineteen seventy five the scientists aren't suggesting that we should worry about its like impact, but because we're about eighteen point six miles out, however, there could be a possibility of enhanced daylight fireballs significant air Burs. These are not out of the question. Astronomers are hoping to take advantage of the close approach to get a better look inside to see they spot any large objects. So we call the punt Marshall masters to come on and talk about his writings that he put on his site. Y'all say about the beta tar tar would stowaway alert he gave us a disturbing trend from the American media meteors society about multi-state country fireballs being seen. We're seeing an increase that has been happening. It's an amazing increase. We also talked about the knock, dilution clouds serves some fifty miles up into the into the sky in the lower latitude, which is. Supposed to happen. These consist of methane water, vapor and media or smoke, so that'd be the king, the key concern here is that these doctorates and clouds are seen at lower, lower latitudes. And these are precursory clouds to media revenge Marshall masters. Welcome back to ground zero. Thank you. So he got it right. Okay. Tell us more about your, your research you're doing more research about this. And they're saying the last week in June. We could be seeing some activity and this could be going on well into September. Yeah. This is the threat window is between now and mid, July, but it could be longer. And. We're just looking at observed fireballs and because that for us is the big indicator. That's the one that's easy for us to measure. It's the bigger rocks. And when we're looking at fireballs the increase is just a nerve ING to say the least, particularly that this year in the previous year's twenty fifteen through twenty eighteen you look at our data and you can see was up and down that definitely picked up from twenty fifteen moving forward. But when you have five months in a row consistently setting records that's, hey, what's wrong with this picture, because we're not in Kansas TOTO, and when we're looking all this, it just begs the question how long does it take before something gets, and, you know, you, you see this? This the way the astronomers talk about it. And on one hand they're trying to say, you know, something really nasty could hit. And on the other hand, it's like let's not get too excited and their straddling the fence which is safe. They wanna play it both ways. What I'm saying in this is that people are going to go. Well, how do you prepare for something like this? There is a thing you can do to prepare now seventy percent of the surface of the planet is covered with water. So obviously seventy percent chance that it's gonna hit water. But if it's a big enough rock and it makes ground impact our right? That will and this is if you're going to have a very dense iron object. That's just going to plow right through the atmosphere. If it goes, it's not going to disintegrate notion. It'll just cut right through the seawater like butter. Throw hot knife through butter did go down. It'll hit the, the seafloor at data triggers, trigger Sonani, and that could be different problem altogether. But more concerned is the possibility of an air burst event. That's I think that is the great risk right now is an air burst of it. And when you're looking at the numbers, and you're going tell you blink was thirty hero Shema bombs, which was detonated it out to toot. It wasn't ground detonated. It was an air burst. Airburst events are, are horrifically destructive. And there is a Phil duck and cover. It was nineteen fifty one and yeah, everybody goes, it's corny got Bert, the turtle. Watch the video. This is not for history. And just something of interesting. There was really great information in here because when there is an air burst. There's really no difference between an atomic bomb detonating an Airbus. Now, like if you have something, the size of Tunguska, that's almost as powerful as a hydrogen bomb. Right. So we're burst. If there's an air Bush that happens over a populated area, there's going to be terrible death in Chelyabinsk twenty thirteen. It happened out in the country. It is. So detonated over unpopulated area. But the, the flash was so bright people got up, whatever they were doing, and they ran to the windows. See. And by the time they got there, the pressure way from the detonations slammed into Celli a blitz. And a lot of people had shards of glass blown into their faces just standing there at the window. So ducking covers really saying. When you see that flash that is, when you need to know how to go to ground where to find cover. Where does shield yourself because you don't want to have your eyesight affected. You don't wanna get filled with glass and you sure don't wanna have a situation where you're going to be seriously injured as a result of it. And that's the reason why it's it sounds like a stupid corny thing, but watch duck and cover with Bert. The turtle advice, his great. Well, sure I'm sure that no one understood with a concussion way would be with something.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on WTVN

"You know that what we're talking about martial masters, that you're talking about tonight. Is not we're not faking this. We're not making stuff up. This is something that is going to be reported. Much later. I'm sure the next few days, if I mean, if it's not report, the next few days, you're hearing here. I bet we talked about it in January and people thought that I was being a little bit over over the top now. But here's an article. Article from seeing that news Casey net dot com. And here's a and I guess my series reacting to this. Okay. So seen it news has a headline and this is the headline that. Is important since you, if you've been to Marshall masters site, you'll see that Marshall masters has an article about what is known as the stowaways. That. In fact, his sign thirty seven beta tards stowaways and seen that, just a few days ago put out an article, and this is what they say. Here headline is little known meteoric shower this month. Could have dangerous stowaways. The beta tards are rarely seen but there's increasing evidence. They will be strongly felt at least they were at least strongly felt in the past. Okay, says here, the beta tarred meteor shower is less well-known, because it's considered a week. Daytime shower that peaks after sunrise, get very difficult to spot from earth, but for at least a few decades. Now, some scientists suspected that the beta tards have made their presence felt it other ways in the past Oxford scientists published research in nineteen Ninety-three suggesting that the space rock behind the tin. Goose key event may have been hiding among the cloud of debris left behind by comet Anki, which is responsible for the Tarez the little bits of dust and pebbles burn up in our atmosphere and are seen as Shooting Stars. But the researchers have said that there's reason to believe that Anki dust, cloud, also harbors. Bigger boulders and it dropped one on the goose river region of Siberia in nineteen. Oh, eight. The ten Guscott event represents perhaps, the most powerful meteoroid impact within earth, modern times, a bullet exploded. The atmosphere over Siberian wilderness, flattening the forest and tossing people from their chairs over forty miles away more. Recent research has backed up the idea that the ten Gus Can Tho lied may have come from the so-called swarm, or dense pocket of debris in the beta tards with a much broader cloud of tar jump brought with it, which are called stowaways. And so we are be passing relatively new, the swarm of debris in the next two weeks, according to a paper written by researchers universities, New Mexico, western -tario. Also, the American geophysical union, it says, quote, if the object was a member of the beta tarred system in the last week in June twenty nineteen will be the next occasion with a high probability for ten good. Ska light collisions or near misses on planet earth related research, fines of this month earth will make its closest approach to the center of the tarred swarm, since nineteen seventy five the scientists aren't suggesting that we should worry about, in Guscott like impact, but because we are about eighteen point six miles out, however, there could be a possibility of enhanced daylight fireballs significant Airbus. These are not out of the question. Astronomers are open to take advantage of the close approach to get a better look inside this to see a big spot any large objects. So we call the punt Marshall masters to come on and talk about his writings that he put on his site. Yeah. USA about the beta tar tar would stowaway alert gave us a disturbing trend from the American meteor society about multi-state country fireballs being seen. We're seeing an increase that has been happening. It's an amazing increase. We also talked about the knocked loosen clouds, some fifty miles up into the into the sky in the lower latitude, which is. Supposed to happen. These consist of methane, water, vapor and meteor smoke so king, the key concern here is that these doctorates and clouds are seen it lower, lower latitudes. And these are precursory clouds to media revenge Marshall masters. Welcome back to ground zero. Thank you. So you got it right. Okay. Tell us more about your research, you're doing more research about this and they're saying the last week in June. We could be seeing some activity and could be going on well into September. Yeah. This is the threat windows between now and mid July, but it could be even longer and. We're just looking at observed fireballs and because that for us is the big indicator. That's the one that's easy for us to measure. It's the bigger rocks. And when we're looking at fireballs the increase is just a nerve to say the least, particularly that this year, you know, in the previous year's twenty fifteen through twenty eighteen you look at our data and you can see was up and down that definitely picked up from twenty fifteen moving forward. But when you have five months in a row consistently setting records, you know, that's hey, what's wrong with this picture, because we're not in Kansas TOTO, and when we're looking all this just begs the question how long does it take before something gets, and, you know, you, you see this? The way the astronomers talk about it. And on one hand they're trying to say, you know, something really nasty could hit. And on the other hand, it's like, but let's not get too excited and their, their straddling the fence which is safe. They wanna play it both ways. What I'm saying in this is that people are going to go. Well, how do you prepare for something like this? There is a thing you can do to prepare now seventy percent of the surface of the planet is covered with water. So obviously seventy percent chance that it's gonna hit water. But if it's a big enough rock and it makes ground impact. All right. That will and this is if you're going to have a very dense iron object. That's just going to plow right through the atmosphere. If it goes, it's not going to disintegrate notion. It'll just cut right through the seawater like butter. Throw know hot knife through butter that are go down. It'll hit the, the seafloor at data triggers, trigger Sonani at that could be different problem altogether. But more concerned is the possibility of an air burst event. That's I think that is the great risk right now is an air burst event. And when you're looking at the numbers, and you're going to you blend SC was thirty hero Shema bombs, which was detonated it out to toot. It wasn't ground detonated. It was an air burst and airburst events are, are horrifically destructive. And there is a Phil duck and cover. It was nineteen fifty one and yeah, everybody goes, it's corny got Bert, the turtle. Watched the video, this is not for history. And just something of interesting. There was really great information here because when there is an air burst, there's really no difference between an atomic bomb, designating an Airbus, like if you have something, the size of goose ga that's almost as powerful as hydrogen bomb. All right. So we're burst. If there's an air Bush that happens over a populated area, there's going to be terrible death in Chelyabinsk and twenty thirteen. It happened out in the country. It is so designated over an unpopulated area, but the, the flash was, so bright people got up, whatever they were doing and they ran to the windows seem. And by the time they got there, the pressure way from the detonations slammed into Chelia blitz. And a lot of people had shards of glass blown into their faces just standing there at the window. So ducking covers really say when you see that flash that is when you need to know how to go to ground where to find cover where does shield yourself because you don't want to have your eyesight affected. You don't wanna get filled with glass and you sure don't wanna have a situation where, you know, you're going to be seriously injured as a result of it. And that's the reason why it's it sounds like a stupid.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"university new mexico" Discussed on KTOK

"Now, I wanna let you know that what we're talking about Marshall masters talking about tonight. It's not we're not faking this. We're not making stuff up. This is something that is going to be reported. Much later in the next few days, if I mean, if it's not reporting next days, you're hearing here. I we talked about it in January and people thought that I was being a little bit over over the top now. But here's an article. Article from C net news Casey net dot com. And here's a and I guess my series reacting to this. Okay. So seen it news has headline and this is a headline that. Is important since you, if you've been to Marshall master site, you'll see that Marshall masters has an article about what is known as the stowaways that tracked his signed, thirty-seven, beta, tarred stowaways and see net just a few days ago put out an article, and this is what they say. Here have line is little known meteoric shower this month. Could have dangerous stowaways. The beta tards are rarely seen, but there's increasing evidence that they will be strongly felt at least at least strongly felt in the past k says here, the beta tarring meteor shower is less well-known, because it's considered a week. Daytime shower that peaks after sunrise, get very difficult to spot from earth, but for at least a few decades, now, some scientists suspected that the beta tards have made their presence felt it other ways in the past Oxford scientists published research in nineteen Ninety-three suggesting that the space rock behind the tin. Goose event may have been hiding among the cloud of debris left behind by comet Anki, which is responsible for the Tarez. The little bits of Dustin pebbles burn up in our atmosphere Shooting Stars. But the researchers have said that there's reasonable leave that Anke dust cloud, also harbors. Bigger boulders, and that it dropped one on the goose river region of Siberia in nineteen eight. The Guscott event represents perhaps, the most powerful impact within earth, modern times, Abol I'd exploded the atmosphere over Siberian wilderness, flattening the forest and tossing people from their chairs over forty miles away more. Recent research has backed up the idea that the ten Gus Can Tho lied may have come from the so called swarm or dense pocket debris in the beta Taurus with a much broader cloud of Tara jump brought with it, which are called stowaways. And so we are going to be passing relatively near the swarm of debris in the next two weeks, according to a paper written by researchers at universities, New Mexico, western -tario, also the American geophysical union. It says, quote, if the object was a member of the beta tarred system, then the last week in June twenty nineteen will be the next occasion with a high probability for ten Gus. Light collisions or near misses on planet earth related research finds this month earth will make its closest approach to the center of the tarred swarm, since nineteen seventy five the scientists aren't suggesting that we should worry about ten Guscott like impact, but because we're about eighteen point six miles out, however, there could be a possibility of enhanced daylight fireballs significant Airbus. These are not out of the question. Astronomers are hoping to take advantage of the close approach to get a better look inside this. They spot any large objects. So we call the punt Marshall masters to come on and talk about his writings that he put on his site. USA about the beta tar tar would stowaway alert gave us a disturbing trend from the American meteor society about multi-state country fireballs being seen. We're seeing an increase that has been happening. It's an amazing increase. We also have talked about the knocked loosen clouds, some fifty miles up into the into the sky in the lower latitude, which is. Is supposed to happen. These consist of methane water, vapor and media or smoke so king, the key concern here is that these doctorates and clouds are seen at lower, lower latitudes. And these are precursory clouds to media revenge Marshall masters. Welcome back to ground zero. Thank you. So you got it right. Okay. Tell us more about your research, you're doing more research about this and they're saying the last week in June. We could be seeing some activity and it's going on well into September. Yeah. This is the threat window is between now and mid July, but it could be even longer and. We're just looking at observed fireballs and because that for us is the big indicator. That's the one that's easy for us to measure. It's the bigger rocks and one. We're looking at fireballs the increase is just a nervous to say the least, particularly that this year, you know, in the previous year's twenty fifteen through twenty eighteen you look at our data and you can see was up and down that definitely picked up from twenty fifteen moving forward. But when you have five months in a row consistently setting records that's, hey, what's wrong with this picture because we're not in Kansas TOTO, and when we're looking all this just begs the question how long does it take before something? Yes. And, you know, you, you see this. The way the astronomers talk about it. And on one hand they're trying to say, you know, something really nasty could hit. And on the other hand, it's like, but let's not get too excited and.

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"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"university new mexico" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"By. And she was looking for some advice. She's in the English she, but she's she wants to study Gulf management. It's like, well, that's different. But you say the best golf management program in the entire countries where at New Mexico state, the oldest one e New Mexico state, New Mexico, university, New Mexico state university, actually started PGM or golf management programs. My old coach her remember me started the program, and it's it was the the prototype program for golf school. And then it seems like every state school his in Michigan state Penn State, Arezzo state, probably Florida's David state. Yeah. There's there's and there's some other schools like Notre Dame. I believe in California. Right. But the the yeah the program like the way that I got into the PGA was the old school, and you do your your mentorship. Under a class, a golf professional. You had to take tests. You had to pass certain testing gates and at the end of four. Four years you're eligible to take the final test. So when I did it was three tests sites. It was three tests now with the PGN program, the the student can go to New Mexico state. They can come out with a degree in business with a focal point of professional golf management. They take one test, and there are PG a member, and that's a pretty big deal. My my daughter went through the program as state at New Mexico state. She started at Sam Houston state, and she was playing on the golf team there her and Texas didn't quite see eye to eye in in what it was. It was just it's too culturally different for okay? So she moved back to New Mexico and played a little bit New Mexico state got into the PG program and got her degree got her class status. She has in the PGA the same status that I do. So it's pretty cool. And she and I actually played in some some tournaments here in New Mexico. Some partnership tournaments the first father, son. I mean, father daughter combination to played in eastern events in the PGA. So that was pretty cool. And now, she's a mother and she's got kids. I bet you they wind up one of them winds up into Pete PGM. Her husband Henry's to Tina who is from Santa Fe and went to capital, I believe it was is one of the professors indepedent program. So it's a small world they actually met in one of my junior programs that I had a quilt run. So there you go full circle. All right good program. And and I'll let let Tom no. If he, you know, he sees the high school girl, she probably knows the big. Plus, if you go to New Mexico state, if she's an in-state girl, you know, we have the lottery scholarships that can get pretty easily, and there's a lot of things available there. The PGN program at New Mexico said I've seen it. I. Hand I've done some lectures there. It's amazing. It is it is. So well run it's so structured he studied agronomy, and you know, you studied the grand greens keeping everything to that. And restaurant work in management of a resort. I would say that eighty five percent of it is the business end the agronomy, and and the food and beverage, and those those things as a golf pro we just need to know enough to be able to hide a problem. But you know, that that's what agronomist four I mean, that's a very specialized field. Whatever. You have to deal with VAR Macondo varmint Varma comb that sounds like something that we saw in Vietnam. But yeah, it's it's we have one of those guys that take care of the varmints to. All right. We'll take a break. We'll come back, and we'll talk with Tom about the masters, which is the whole reason you're gonna come. We got sidetrack..

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