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US intelligence satellite launched from California

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"vandenberg." Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on WTOP

"Right brought to you by dulles glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit dulles glass dot com Dulles glass love your glass Time four 51 a NASA mission scheduled for tonight really sounds like something straight out of science fiction It is right out of too many sci-fi movies to name here a missile pushing an asteroid away to prevent a collision with the earth that could destroy all of us Science fiction becomes science fact starting with a launch plan for late tonight to see if NASA could really do it The so called dart missile will be launched from vandenberg Air Force Base in California It will take about ten months for it to reach its asteroid target and then hopefully push it out of the way Just a reminder this is not a real emergency only a test Peter king's CBS News A toxic cleanup has been going on for years involving World War I munitions buried in a northwest D.C. neighborhood and as NBC four's Mark seagraves tells us today there's some significant progress to report It's taken nearly 30 years and hundreds of millions of dollars but the U.S. Army Corps of engineers has reached a milestone in the remediation of those chemical warfare agents that were dumped in Spring Valley decades ago Coming up on news four we'll tell you why they're celebrating but why they're still years more work to be done Hey make that list check it twice demand is really high as the holiday shopping week kicks off So you should be ready for the rush Whether your list is short or long Known as the toy guy says supply during the pandemic is having trouble keeping up with demand as we go into Black Friday Partially because people have been cooped up and they're really eager to create a great holiday and spend money on toys And you might not find sales on the popular toys For adults things like PlayStations and the latest Apple watch I really.

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:13 min | 10 months ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"But i mean he's i that's based on the bible. The bible is vital things. That's what it says the stone gay man. It says it in there twice. Jesus mentioned something back. Remember exactly but says it in the bible to stone people. Jesus said why. Aren't you stoning. Children to the pharisees when they weren't following the laws of galway and he says not not least one pen or jodl will be taken away until all is completed in heaven earth of disappear in heaven and earth still having disappeared. So you know these laws are still relevant. These laws tell you the kids stone witches stone gay people all these lawyers still in what jesus is seems to be talking about there and obviously he's really mystical way. People can talk forever about what they think is getting. He's getting it in his. I mean i. I don't think that's i think that's a really deeply important part of building a lasting tradition. If you want to have a a dialectic that lasts you can feel like they've come to a conclusion that they've figured it out. If you really the guy that wants to still engaged people. Has it figured out. This is not as far as my understanding of christ's message. he's not. He's not acting in as christian of away as he could be right here he might still in certain ways feel that he has a relationship with on the guy. I've right now argues that the people that are are most aware of there are probably he basis. Kind of a pretty general statement. That like you're gonna find a lot more losers and and obviously bad people Turning to religion because they're going to be the people that are more More more aware of how shitty they are people. You're not going to start kind of looking for help on on a personal level unless you are confronted with the fact like you know some serious personal problems so i mean. That's that's kind of one argument but i mean i don't know where that guy is at jumping back to jesus though and talking about as far as you know talking saying that the law won't be removed and not one draw tiddle talk or whatever jodl wait a minute not know. Remove any tits. Don't do that. We like those. Okay can sidetrack there. Dad basically nothing is going to be removed from the law which to my understanding. I mean there's a there's a bit more that goes to that message that basically you know he talks about murderer. He talks about sexual morality. He talks about you. Know various types of sins and he basically says yeah. I mean to the extent that you guys recognize these as sins. Sure but we're going to do a yes and here and say all of that is true but actually the standard for how good we should be to. Each other is way above. That interesting froze. I'll go sorry. I i didn't actually. I stopped you're good. Good be has basically okay yet. You shouldn't murder and you know he he..

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"They special guest is returning guests. Garrett vandenburg welcome back to the show. It's could be back man. I'm happy to be chatting here again. Absolutely it's great having to back good seeing hope. Everything's been all right today. We just kind of want to start off with. Let's describe the the dvd that garrett believes it the deity that i believe. Well i mean so we. We use the word god to talk about to talk about something but i think the problem is i a lot of people. Get kind of when they think problems. A lot of people can get into when when the the atheist christian dialogue about this is that usually like i look at the conversation that sam harris or look at any of those guys in kind of the the. There's like a great four horsemen of the apocalypse. Right there was docking hitchens harris and lawrence. Krauss i think guys. It's always the case that the god that they're arguing doesn't exist doesn't exist like i usually agree with these guys when they disproved the existence of particular. God that's because they're they're quantifying a particular thing they're saying. Well you know if these are the features of our of god exactly then well that that's not real. Yeah there's there's something i mean. This this is a problem is a really philosophical problem though. Because as soon as i described the very specific features of you more me you can push that description to a limit and then you can say not see that that person you're talking about they don't really exist because you just described them wrong. That's that that there's there's a logical contradiction in what the way in thing you just described

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Separation and Harmony With Garrett Vandenberg pt3

The Bible Says What!?

01:53 min | 10 months ago

Separation and Harmony With Garrett Vandenberg pt3

"They special guest is returning guests. Garrett vandenburg welcome back to the show. It's could be back man. I'm happy to be chatting here again. Absolutely it's great having to back good seeing hope. Everything's been all right today. We just kind of want to start off with. Let's describe the the dvd that garrett believes it the deity that i believe. Well i mean so we. We use the word god to talk about to talk about something but i think the problem is i a lot of people. Get kind of when they think problems. A lot of people can get into when when the the atheist christian dialogue about this is that usually like i look at the conversation that sam harris or look at any of those guys in kind of the the. There's like a great four horsemen of the apocalypse. Right there was docking hitchens harris and lawrence. Krauss i think guys. It's always the case that the god that they're arguing doesn't exist doesn't exist like i usually agree with these guys when they disproved the existence of particular. God that's because they're they're quantifying a particular thing they're saying. Well you know if these are the features of our of god exactly then well that that's not real. Yeah there's there's something i mean. This this is a problem is a really philosophical problem though. Because as soon as i described the very specific features of you more me you can push that description to a limit and then you can say not see that that person you're talking about they don't really exist because you just described them wrong. That's that that there's there's a logical contradiction in what the way in thing you just described

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Sometimes i can agree with that But you make the best out of it. You make your own purpose. That's that's what i've come to realize is me yes. There is horrible things in the world. Yes there's a lot of hard and difficult things to deal with the same time you know you have your family. You have your loved ones. You have yourself. You have breath in your lungs. You know. you've got a good book right next to you whenever you want. There's things to live for. And in every day i mean it just to just There's a lot of hard hard things to deal with. I watch the news just just listening to the news and the horrible things that we do to each other and you think about loving being sitting up there watching all of this happening is that is that really really loving father figure you know. Is that really someone that wants the best for us to just let this happen. Let all these people die and suffer. And and and that's that's fundamentally the same question. My wife has given like what why. Why would you wanna bring a child into the world like am i. I become just as evil. As the as the figure of god that i'm i'm thinking about in that kind of scenario if i decide to have a kid right well i mean it's tough for sure i mean but again you make the best out of it you make what you can and you know i've got kids and they're making the best out of their life and and just you know you can only hope and you can help out so much so that but where you're going if if you can you can make the rules about the world that your kids are going to live in if it's actually all up to you. Wow then you'd be a pretty horrible father to like the tech to create this world. Yeah i know what you're saying. Yes one hundred percent..

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Give me a shovel digging yourself. And this is tough one. I love the i. Don't know man. it is a tough one. I sure there's a lot of these things got a lot of them. This is just one of them. But i want to get back to the whole part where it says as the law says now. I know i'm not very familiar. With with a law that tells women they have to be silent in the old testament. I don't know if there is one. Can you recall one. Catalyzed law like this is some law. The torah right. So it's very confusing. That's one verse on always struggle. Maybe we can figure that out is it doesn't say torres navas or no most. Oh anything established anything received by each customer law or is okay. So it's it's a custom eventually. A law a rule producing a state approved by god approved by god. That's not good. Okay i it could be of the mosaic law. Enter contacts could be a christian religion. Okay so potentially could could be to do with it. Could be to do with the torah interesting very interesting. They're very curious. Funnel for sure but Either way that's a terrible verse. It's very hard hard to get bass and there's a couple of them in there about women If you go back to law. I'm i kind of do but the the these things are called perfect in several places in holy perfect righteous and i have a hard time with a lot of these laws Specific laws with women. Don't really want to get too much into it but there's laws out there that say in. I think it's deuteronomy thirty something If the woman doesn't scream loud enough during rape she's the one who's going to get killed as well. I mean it's like wow dude. That's not a perfect law. I don't see any perfection that ever. There's no gray. Point is just like she's done like what harsh thing..

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"The way that we learn words literally most of it is through context And so you can do a little bit of explaining and the best way you can explain is by giving a new context for the word that you are. Tell a new story about the word and now they have that sort of. Oh this word is useful in this sort of situation. I see right. It's always about contacts and you can. You can definition could be a sort of context but you know the way we learn where it's is that right so in order for you to be a good teacher and i mean again. I'm not a dad. But i do actually teach kids a lot. That's kinda my main job. I teach a private music lessons. Communicate with kids a lot. And i have to think about how can i. How can i make this make sense to this brain. All the every kid's different too. They they understand different things. So i have to kind of reach into what stories about reality makes sense to them and kind of reshape them a little bit to kind of give them just so the slightly above their understanding. As like you know if they don't like scales on their instrument. I've got to figure out. How can i okay. They really liked playing by ear. I'm gonna. I'm gonna play something for them and going to it's going to include a scale and they're gonna learn it by ear. And then i'm gonna gotcha scale right i to kind of reach into their language and speak to them in terms they understand so i when i look at the old testament early this could be. I don't want this just be total 'get-out-of-jail-free card here but to the extent that people ancient people are just dumb and barbaric an idiotic. I think again if you talk too much beyond. Somebody's comprehensive abilities. They just don't get it. And so you could tell you could say that like an. I'm trying to apologize. God here a little bit. You could say that god is like he. I can't think of a better way of teaching people who are that dumb or that barbaric bats old that actually teaches them. Something it's like. You have to engage with their understanding of reality at just a little bit transcendent.

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Today. Special guest is the host of this could be interesting. Welcome back to the show garrett vandenburg great to be here man thanks for taking the time twice the last time we kind of list start. This is going to become a regular thing. Bet i'm totally down man. You're you're you're enjoyable a love it. Last time we kind of left off with the bible and what you believed in it and why you believe on it today. I kinda wanted to just go with the bible itself You know my show in in my book randomly posting the back here. It's kind of an indian from the beginning to the musical apocalypse. So i kind of wanted to go from genesis one one and just kind of review that then kind of review over revelation a little bit element tweeden and see where we go where we end perfect so the bible to you just a refresher course for those who missed. The last episode is a as a teaching tool from y'all way or you know go ahead and explain that to us. The bible to me is a very complicated thing. The bible to christians is used for a lot of things as well as it's been used as a teaching tool. It's used as a canon of stories that we tell before bed. It's used as something to help us. Try to grasp abstract ideas. St logically oftentimes stories. I think can help you do that. And to me. I try to enter into as many of those useful ways of interacting with the bible as i can. But it's it's not. It's not something that has specific specific use to me. It's something that i. I learned almost something that uses me

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Looking for the Good With Garrett Vandenberg

The Bible Says What!?

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Looking for the Good With Garrett Vandenberg

"Today. Special guest is the host of this could be interesting. Welcome back to the show garrett vandenburg great to be here man thanks for taking the time twice the last time we kind of list start. This is going to become a regular thing. Bet i'm totally down man. You're you're you're enjoyable a love it. Last time we kind of left off with the bible and what you believed in it and why you believe on it today. I kinda wanted to just go with the bible itself You know my show in in my book randomly posting the back here. It's kind of an indian from the beginning to the musical apocalypse. So i kind of wanted to go from genesis one one and just kind of review that then kind of review over revelation a little bit element tweeden and see where we go where we end perfect so the bible to you just a refresher course for those who missed. The last episode is a as a teaching tool from y'all way or you know go ahead and explain that to us. The bible to me is a very complicated thing. The bible to christians is used for a lot of things as well as it's been used as a teaching tool. It's used as a canon of stories that we tell before bed. It's used as something to help us. Try to grasp abstract ideas. St logically oftentimes stories. I think can help you do that. And to me. I try to enter into as many of those useful ways of interacting with the bible as i can. But it's it's not. It's not something that has specific specific use to me. It's something that i. I learned almost something that uses me

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Let's keep talking about it. Because yeah it's i think there's a there's a lot of charged up things about about the way that we've used a little taglines about a simple instruction manual young is anything but simple and i don't think that I mean not the author of confusion. That's an inch. I mean. I would have to kind of look at that. Maybe we can look at it a little bit together today. But i don't think. I mean i just intuitively to try to think about unpacked from what i'm thinking about right now. When an artist again. I wanted to lead it back to art. Artists creates a really little piece It confounds you but it doesn't necessarily usually out it out there so all right my back again larry. I was gonna say when an artist creates a really deeply moving to full meaningful art. It confounds you and it makes you step back and makes you have to wonder about. Life doesn't sometime to hear their story out again. It's the demons they're trying to now. Did you always send them or did i send them but i think something can can be sort of initially confusing without ultimately you know pulling you down into confusion like i think confusion might be the first step to like i think fusion on its own isolated is like a good feature like somebody. That's really moving something that's really meaningful. It's ashes you off guard and sends you into a little bit of a on when you first encounter it but the experience ultimately leads you to percents of meaning abad percents of man. You're cutting out so bad there. I'm so sorry deeper understanding and it was a good enough hopefully well. We are at a time. I do appreciate all of your answers today. And i'll be on your show a little bit later today. I'm looking forward to that. I'm looking forward to switch seats here. Thanks billion passengers. I appreciate your time and we'll talk to you later today and that's all the show there is for you today..

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Again. I'm not trying to say. I certainly. I don't know what happened there. I can't explain. I mean we'll see both factors an amazing thing. And i think that's a lot of what's also rare isn't a i appreciate that. I interested that our tradition figured out. What the placebo effect did long before. We figured it out via science. I think that's great. But and then i mean one other example as during halloween conference are there's like some. There was a church. I was was part of an activity of the school. They were like trying to scare the hell out of people. Make sure that they knew what was coming. Which maybe we should talk about. Helen a bit. But i love that i i was there and there was like prayer room afterwards and somebody came in and she had some she couldn't walk. I remember the exact details but she. She couldn't walk. I think she had crutches walked in and she just wanted for her. And i was kind of at a turning point in my faith whereas like this has to be real. If it's not real at what am i doing. I mean there was a lot of. There was a lot of internal processing going on. And so i i i was like you know. She has got to get this. This is a polar opposite of the other situation. Whereas i. I felt like this needs to happen. It wasn't just offering it up. I believe this to happen. I'm gonna will into be. I prayed for this woman for about an hour and when she left she was walking a week later she wasn't. I'll just walk. Stop praying for me. It's been an hour got stuff to do. Like i said she walked out of there. She couldn't walk when she came and she walked out of there but then a week later her up again. So that definitely made me have to rethink things again and again to my next line of questioning is going to be obviously the the ones that it doesn't work for. I've talked to several passers. Who prayed for their kids who are dying of cancer or painful. The diseases and the whole church the whole community the whole city in some instances are praying for this kid to get better and nothing happens. This happens all the time. We pray for safety while they still get shot up in church you know. There's there's still things that happened. That are horrible. That get prayed to stop or or fix or whatever and they don't but your friends arm and this one our prayer session lady. It's different so why do you think that is what what would be more you know. Could you use this power that you have apparently children's hospital and start fixing kids..

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"There's a lot of issues with the bible. see that aren't as beneficial as other options. I mean i think there might be a lot that this it. This nuanced argument might be able to accomplish though. I think like as far as the bible doesn't explicitly. The bible even tells us what animals were allowed to. I think probably in one hundred years much. Everybody's probably going to be extremely morally against anybody who's ever eaten an animal right not to do that. We'll probably all be in crickets by them. I don at least you could conceive of a world in which that's that's everyone's default position in like conceivable to think of somebody who thought that like eating a hamburger was all right with. That's like evil right. I mean. I'm not i don't think we're at a place where we have the luxury of that level of nuance for like how we value life yet. I mean it seems like there's a lot of people going vegan. There's a lot of people who feel were. They're ready to make that shift. But i don't think that humanity in general is is there yet and maybe we'll we'll never get there. I don't know that's kind of an intuitive just wondering maybe we'll go that direction but let's say that like god's should have said well you should be acting the way that you will thousand years in the future right now i. I don't think that you can make a strong argument. That that making drastic changes to succeed society even if they might be more stable in the future. All at once is really the best way of going about making positive societal change. I think it's more about a. I mean even just like as a person is like you just suddenly. Just just tell them all the the true stuff. They need to know that they haven't had the experience though of like a learning it like the. There's a huge difference between just being educated about something and like learning practically as like if we teach people we give people the right tools to to learn about truth then they they develop development much deeper experience of truth and much deeper sense of wisdom about how to use that then if we just tell them the truth and this is like a deep part of the way you wish. Teaching works even in the new testament is the way like juice. Always kind of like indirect like a product people towards the truth rather than just saying it right because they recognized that too. It's like if you teach people how to discover the truth as opposed to just telling them the truth hit the classic t. You give them at efficiency. Tj fisher a lifetime. If if god is teaching us how to search for truth in a way that's more.

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"I'm hoping to chat with some mormons. i want. I want to have that conversation that they come to my door. Oh no sorry it's jehovah. Witness while jehovah witnesses they. They stopped going my door actually recently. I don't think they wanna talk to anymore. It'll kinda got creeped out last time. Ooh from that house second timothy three sixteen like all scripture is god breathed her from so i mean obviously you probably know a little bit about like the the word breath in rican hebrew in other has to do with the spirit of something right so you always sent his spirit down to influence people to writing it and that's how that's what i get out of it you know. I think i would agree with that. But it's like you could talk about whenever you're creating any sort of art or text your your sort of possessory or you're you're in union with with a spirit of of that sort of like when you do a Let's say oh. This is a great example of an fleet. Have you heard of that band okay sit. They've they've done something that ebbing. I'm sure probably a lot of your. This is third of them. They've they've kinda tapped into seventies rock in a way that nobody else is and especially this lead vocalist. You hear him just here. And it's it's insane that he somehow he's tapped into the spirit of the seventies. I mean we could go into a little bit like what you might be my a spirit of something but it's like there's at least sort an abstraction of like okay you have i mean when i say the spirit of seventy like you kind of you know what that means. There's a sense in which this is. What the music sounded like this is what seventies rock is you know. It's an abstraction right and so like the spirit of seventies rock is inhabiting that band they are creating something that is guided by like. It's like greta. Van album is is the seventies. Rock breathed and useful for rocking out. Nothing wrong with that. I mean if y'all we is influencing this book we should find things in it. That are more helpful than i..

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Our to find a good starting place. There is the bible as source for morality. Yeah i i would. I would say it's just that no matter. What answer i give i need to just. I want to dive into like why you at the simple answer to that question is not that interesting yes saying yes or no right right i mean i think i mean you. You mentioned the all earth mythology before we started here. I think that partition jin. Those are ways in which we have look into the past and see what people sort of intuitively thought was valuable. We can also like okay. There's there's traditions there's people groups that didn't last until now and some you're pragmatic perspective. You can kind of look and see okay. This is the religion of people that is still around or this is a religious lasted. Relondo what is it about these beliefs that has that ability that somehow preserved his people. Well if you look at the religions and and preserving religions hinduism is the oldest religion so and then there's other religions actually come before before christianity even before judaism. Hinduism zoar an ashtray. As i think i think but there's definitely some stuff that comes before and then when you look at the history of how the bible got started. That's where i kind of went to eventually with mythology. Search was well. How the hell this whole thing get started. Where did the bible come from like what. Where do these stories in these ideas originate. Well it turns out a lot of them originated in canaan the land. They kind of win into i mean regardless of the the the exodus story. We know that's probably not true There's no way that that many people crossed that far and escaped without any kind of notice and whatnot. So my i guess. I go with the the trickle out theory where there's just a few here and there they probably pass by someplace that and a town name. Y'all way or some shenanigans and you've already got yellow him and l. as the chief deity or canaan so they just kind of a mashup and that's that's what happens with religion as it goes as through time you know they just kinda mash things up stories like the stories nowadays. We do the same thing you know and you could even see like so i mean nowadays we even like will compare different different telling the same story and say well i think this is the really the more cannon version this is. This is the better version of this definitive versions right..

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"From in the beginning to the musical apocalypse this is the bible. Says what i'm your host. Mike wiseman the sense of community the belonging to something greater than ourselves stems from deepen our genes. The benefits from being part of the herd can easily be recognized by observing the non human life forms. We share this rock with the social draw and need comes straight from our evolution evidences. Shown that we are nothing more than advanced mammals walking upright and destroying our own home world. But with this great power comes great responsibility if uncle ben gets why is it. So hard for the christian holy book or the all knowing deity. They worshiped to grasp that concept. Most christians have taken the words written in genesis to mean they can do whatever they want to this world. According to many of them this planet is a birthright from their creator. Some will even use the ridiculous. Excuse that y'all we will rapture the christians before the destruction of this world whether it be by human hands or divine vengeance. These bible based myths have done nothing for the progression of the human race. Nor has it helped us understand our connection to this planet and all the creatures on it big and small it is hindered our advancement stunted. Our growth is a species and kept us from achieving great things. The building of a mammoth monument to an invisible person is impressive. But have you tried to solve world hunger or fix the issues of deforestation. What good has the bible done for humanity. It's given people a false hope in unproven and extremely unlikely afterlife. It's caused countless people to fear a made up place. A pit of fire and torture. It's caused women to be degraded and the lbj tq community to be outcast. It was the basis the very backbone of belief that slaves should be kept in the us if used as directed. The bible is one of the most dangerously disadvantageous books ever created. Let's start the show. Is there anything in the bible that you yourself. Have an issue.

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Fight or Flight With Garrett Vandenberg

The Bible Says What!?

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Fight or Flight With Garrett Vandenberg

"Special guest host of the this could be interesting show garrett vanderberg van vandenberg. That's how you say right right. Vandenberg invention welcome to the show here. It be him in. Thanks for coming on taking the time watch. Tell us a little bit about what you do. Well you mean with the show or in real life in the show. Yeah so this could be interesting as a project. I just started this year Kind of out of frustration with the sorts of conversations. I noticed going on. I guess i noticed. Because i was kind of pointing at other people but i started to realize okay. This is the problem in metoo. I think in general and again. I can't speak for the world but i can speak for myself and say i think i am getting worse than having conversations with people income jumping to conclusions in and i'm getting more more quickly jumping into a fighter flight mode than i should be. This is a problem i i. I don't like this behavior in me. And i don't like it and other people what what can i do about this so i mean i guess the best solution i could come up with was just a practice. So essentially the show is an opportunity a space for me to go in and talk to people specifically people who see the world differently than me and just practice getting through those moments of tension and

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Vandenberg Air Force Base to Be Renamed Space Force Base

Fork Report

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Vandenberg Air Force Base to Be Renamed Space Force Base

"Its status as part of the U. S Space Force. The name of the base was officially changed to Vandenberg Space Force Base yesterday. The 30 of Space wing at Vandenberg is now being called space Launch Delta 30. Targets. Starbucks, Home Depot and

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SpaceX launches NASA-European sea level monitor

Scott Sloan

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX launches NASA-European sea level monitor

"Well, the latest now on the U. S and Europe and launching a billion dollar satellite today to see the effects of climate change. Sentinel. Six Michael Freilich, launching from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. It's mission observe the world's rising sea levels. NASA's climate scientist Joshua Ellis, So in the nineties, sea level was rising at about two millimeters per year. In the 2000. It was more like three millimeters per year, and now it's more like four or close to five millimeters per year from 800 miles above the Earth. A satellite measures the height of the ocean with an accuracy of one inch. As a satellite ages. A second identical satellite will launch in five years.

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"vandenberg." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Declare Trump the winner instead. But after the president invited GOP leaders in Michigan to the White House, they released a statement saying they have not yet been made aware of any information that would change the outcome of the election. In Michigan. Total covert cases in the U. S have now gone higher than 12 million since the pandemic started to the counters of John Hopkins University cases air up in all states and hospitalizations up in most Nick Klein, a nursing the covert ward at the University of Iowa hospitals and clinics in Iowa City. Urges people to avoid holiday gatherings that can spread the virus. We definitely do not want to see Thanksgiving family get togethers Be Christmas Family funerals says that the workplace is getting scary. The first of two identical satellites to head into Earth orbit five years apart for sea level observations in connection with climate change has successfully launched from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base and Space X Rocket. Josh Willis, NASA Climate Scientists, Sentinel six is going to tell us about the sea level. It measures the height of the ocean. For about 800 miles up, and it does this with an accuracy of just one inch shelters were people whose homes were flooded. Her damaged by Hurricane Zeta and iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. Listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station use station K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K T A. R calm and streaming Live.

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US-European ocean monitoring satellite launches into orbit

Leo Laporte

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

US-European ocean monitoring satellite launches into orbit

"War and lift off of Sentinel. Six. Michael Freilich, continuing a legacy of ocean observation and international collaboration to benefit all humanity. Space excesses, says successfully launched a NASA ocean monitoring satellite from Vandenberg Air Force Base, You may have seen the Falcon nine Rockets smoky Trail is the rocket headed towards space shortly before 9 30 this morning, the satellite will help forecasters improve forecasts do climate modeling and track hurricanes. He was brought to you by direct buyers calm. The U.

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SpaceX launches NASA-European sea level monitor

The Car Pro Show

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX launches NASA-European sea level monitor

"Satellite that's just just been been been launched launched launched into into into orbit orbit orbit will will will keep keep keep an an an eye eye eye on on on global global global sea sea sea levels. levels. levels. The The The joint joint joint venture, venture, venture, which which which is is is expected expected expected to to to last last last five five five years years years between between between NASA NASA NASA and and and the the the European European European Space Space Space Agency, Agency, Agency, is also designed to improve weather forecasting and hurricane tracking. The satellite was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in

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"vandenberg." Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on 710 WOR

"In the country. Within two days. California's Vandenberg Air Force Base will be one of the first places to get shipments of the vaccine. Hospitals, clinics and pharmacies will follow. As correspondent Steve Olson. Sammy still no concession from President Trump, but inside the White House that many people are holding out hope that he can still talk to a lot of people. Very close to the president. I cannot find Anybody who truly believes there's any realistic chance that any of these legal challenges or any recount Will lead to a result other than the result that we have now which is that Joe Biden is the president elect. President Trump will make his first official appearance today. Since last week, Hill marked Veterans Day by laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery. Meanwhile, President elect Biden continues with the trains, which President elect Joe Biden has no public events on his scheduled today he'll meet with advisors in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden on Tuesday, said President Trump's refusal to concede the race. Is not to railing his own transition plans that his team is moving forward and doing what they need to do. But Biden added this about the president's position and repeated efforts to sow doubts on the outcome of the race. I just think it's an embarrassment. Great Franklin, Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington, The CDC issuing new guidelines for Thanksgiving. They say the safest way to celebrate is outside and on Lee with people who are in your household. If you're going to someone else's house, the CDC suggests you bring your own plate and utensils and Even your own food. It's 11 0 for we've got to check on the Wall Street numbers and weather. Next. We've lived in.

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Google's Most-Searched Halloween Costumes of 2020

The Trading Group Show

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Google's Most-Searched Halloween Costumes of 2020

"And if you're wondering what costumes were expected to be big hits this year, Google's got you covered. Google's Molly Vandenberg says. They've pulled together the most searched Halloween costumes this year, and it appears retro costumes are hot. I really like to say that this is another example of everything old being new again. We're seeing Tober tie be a top trending costume. And so of course, that's the reboot of the karate kid a galaxy far, far away. Way is getting some attention to Amanda Lorient, another popular wine, which not only comes up in the top trending costume, but also in the top trending baby talk to because of court. Baby Yoda is still very much a popular top. And if you have young kids you might want to invest in a broom, which is themselves have appeared a couple of times in the list of trending costumes for kids. You have hopes Focus, But we also have Glinda and which in general with tech trends about like stone, ABC Nair's balance of

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The First American To Play For Barcelona

The Lead

09:32 min | 1 year ago

The First American To Play For Barcelona

"Two Weekends Ago Nineteen Year Old Sergio Desk became the first American to play for one of the world's biggest soccer clubs. The new. Number, two for Barcelona Savino desk off the bench here today. Today the FX Palton Oreo on desks rapid rise and why the young star has chosen to play for the US instead of his birth country of Holland. showed him their vision for what he was going to be in the future they believed in him and he hadn't seen anything from Holland until he broke into the first team that I act. So I think there is a sign of Sergio recognizing wind people believe in him in when people give him the support to be successful. From in the athletic, I'm under skelter and I'm Davidson, it's Friday October sixteen, and this is the lead. It felt like something great was happening. There is something about the emotion. For. The past because. that. This isn't a story. View the. It stays with you. So. Paul how would you describe the way that Sergio plays? Well, I would say he's definitely more of the modern fullback that we see in today's game. Is An attacking player first and foremost. DSP little slow to react to. That very quick very good one on one defender, but his strongest traits are pushing forward. With the ball crossings desk. Space he's not afraid to be creative. He's not afraid to try different things. Back so Yeah he he plays with the mindset of attacking player who is looking to create goals. And get a sense of the hype around surging your desk. How good is this dude expected to be? Yeah I mean I think there are a lot of hopes for what he can be you know Barcelona spending twenty, five, million euros to sign him that puts a a heavy amount of expectation on Sergio Desk I mean this is not a taking a flyer on a guy paying five million euros form and hoping he works out and develops know when that kind of money is being spent. The expectation is that you come in and you contribute right away. And in the case of Sergio that means producing assists, it means holding your own in the Champions League and I think there is a lot of belief that he can be that type of player I mean I think there's going to be a huge spotlight on that club this year because it could potentially be Messier's final season at Barcelona, and so the hope that club is that they can win Champions League maybe do something to convince messy to stay and that's what you're walking into. If you're Sergio Desk and Paul, what's your sense of Sergio personality what's he like he comes across as kind of a quiet kid? I believed in myself. So that's like the reason I get focused and I played really well and this you know he. Is Very Smart. He certainly is not afraid to Kinda give his analysis of his teams and where he fits in the and the last two minutes I just made a unbelievable mistake and that's What I learned from it. But. What's interesting is when you talk to other people about him, what's he like kind of away from the media spotlight were you probably get a better idea of his personality? It seems like he is. I guess the best way to put as maybe like an interesting dude, like he you know he kind of goes to the beat of his own drum. He's got a kind of a bright personality and we're starting to see little bits of that I think as he grows comfortable with the spotlight that's on him. Now, we'll you've been digging into Sergio rise to stardom including speaking with some of his former youth coaches in the Netherlands. Tell us a little about the path he's followed. Well, he was signed with his academy from a local club. At. Quite a young age and I think what's interesting is At I xe the expectation when you go to a club like that and you go into an academy like that is immediately, how is he gonNA fit in as a professional and I think there were some concerns about whether or not Sergio had the discipline to succeed. As a professional you saw that topic come up with a number of his youth coaches at I you. Was He going to take things seriously enough. Well, what were some of the things that he was doing that we're raising red flags among some of these youth coaches? Well, they vocalise some of them and they didn't they hinted at others. There's little things like Sergio not showing up to school. Where was his focus and and having to sit down and have talks about professionalism and you can interpret it however many ways you want is showing up the training on time is he going and doing all the individual work that needs to be done mainly they wanted him to understand that you know. Yes, football is fun. Yes. There is the enjoyment part of it right but. If, you're going to make it at a club like I asked at a certain point you have to start treating it like a job as well, and for as much as some coaches were giving him those red flags there were also coaches who were saying, no, this kid has it. He has something and what you what you need to interpret is, yes, his personality might be. A little different. He might not fit perfectly in the box that you want, but he wants to be successful. He wants to get better and those are the coaches that recognize that in him and worked to kind of harness it, and once that happened once there was a little bit of belief behind Sergio Dust that self-motivation has has led him to a really quick sent from. The U Twenty World Cup into access first team, and then a year later into the senior national team for the US and onto Barcelona. So break this down for us. Paul Sergio grew up in the Netherlands. But he's been playing with US national teams. How exactly has that worked? So Sergio comes from a military US military family his father was a soldier who was stationed overseas. As Mother's Dutch and so he was born in Holland and and was raised there and even the Dutch national team he never got an invite to the youth national teams in Holland every time before the less round, the real real influence I didn't make you know and. Then, I was like. And he was discovered by the US soccer on accident, a US youth national team coach Dave Vandenberg, a former player, and he reached out to his club actually about another player. Another American at I ax to check in and he said as as you tend to do in scouting or journalism. Hey are there any other players I should be aware of and to coach that the actually we have another player here with American passport is name, Mr Gino, desk, and then My Dad told me like you also have American best and people saying to my dad so he can also play for the American. So when they brought through genius destined to camp, they were watching very closely not just his soccer ability but how would he mesh with the group and they said it took just one training session to see the quality that Sergio desk had. But what they were really happy with was how quickly he bonded with the Group of players and they felt like he really gained a lot from the group in connecting to his American. Identity I felt home over there a little bit because they I mean in the national team because they helped me all the time and they give me chances. This. That's the main thing I guess I would say also I think it's worth noting that the connection between us soccer at the time general manager now technical director Ernie Stewart and Sergio Desks Ernie Stewart likes or. Has a father who is in the military a Dutch mother grew up in Holland and when the US was trying to finalize Gino desks international recruitment, Ernie Stewart and Gregg Berhalter flew to Holland sat with Sergio and his father had a meal watched her play Champions League and spoke about their vision and I think it probably helped Sergio desk to see somebody who grew up very similar to him very similar background who played in multiple world cups more than one hundred caps for the US national team and Through seeing Ernie Stewart's accomplishments saw what he could accomplish with the US i. felt like my feelings were telling me like. My heart told me US wants the best option for you. It's not like. That I don't like the Netherlands. But yeah. In life you have to make decisions on. It's easy. You know. Also, we should note that that loyalty that, US, national team showed him, and that belief in the positive reinforcement he was getting with the US and being to Seventeen World Cup team u twenty. World Cup team led him to choose the United States senior national team overhaul, and which was recruiting and Windsor Genius talked about that decision. He talked about the fact that he had been a part of the teams plan for a long time. They had showed him their vision for what he was going to be in the future they believed in him and he hadn't seen anything from Holland until he broke into the first team and. So I think. There is again a sign of Sergio recognizing when people believe in him and when people give him the support to be successful.

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"vandenberg." Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Okay as I mentioned to interviews for you this week we get started first with producer Beau Hill after that, you'll hear from Guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, but first my conversation with bow hill about some of the great records he produced, and some great behind the scene stories about those records. He's I on the Eddie Trunk podcast enjoy. Bo! How are you? I'm great. Thanks for having me on great. Thank you ma'am. Thank you, Sir! Thanks for taking the time. So I guess before we get into your history and some of the old older stuff that you've done which records I'd love to ask you about and bands you worked with I'd love to ask about. Let me ask you what you do these days. Let's get to the current times for Bow Hill, because I know most recently. Your name came on my radar again from our mutual friend Mark Schenker and I know you remixed the kicks album. Blow my fuse, which you originally did not produce, so you're still in the game to some degree mixing and doing some production where <hes>. <hes>. Primarily just just mixing in it <hes> it. It came about of a weird cottage industry. My <hes> my wife. Several years ago was bugging me to put up a website and I was going. Oh Man I don't WanNa do that that just it just, didn't it? Kinda made my skin. Call a little bit. And but anyway I I gave in after a while. And then all of a sudden I started getting contacted by bands from around the world that I had never heard of never met never spoken to they just they reached out through via the website and said you know. Hey, we've got. We're having some troubles with this particular song. Could you help us out? Or could you mix it for us? Or what have you and I said sure, and so then they went back and told their friends that were in bands, and then they contacted me and then before I, know it I've got this unintended consequence. Putting up my website, and now all of a sudden. You know I'm I'm. Mixing five o'clock in the morning and <hes> am I keep doing it. 'cause I just love doing it. It was there a time both were you completely checked out of the business? Did you completely drop out of the music industry at any point? Well. Maybe, yeah, maybe for a for a little while there was <hes>. And then, and then this happened. I mean you know I've always. Had My <hes>, my my big toe and if you will <hes>. But. You know I've certainly over the. Course of years you know I've bought and sold a couple of other businesses and done some things to. Keep me busy and keep things moving forward, but <HES>. You Know Music and mixing primarily these days is truly my passion. The production aspect of making records now. Is. As you know a million miles away from where was back in the day <hes>? But you know right now it's a it's labor of love that I just enjoyed nine. Yeah I was GONNA. Ask You about that because you said you're more on the mixing end of it. Versus the production side of course back in the in the eighties with all these records and bands that you'd worked with you doing it all. You're producing as well. Why did that end of it sort of go away for you? And why did you gravitate more towards the mixing stage versus producing? It was I. It's primarily <hes>. <hes> monetary. Monetarily driven <hes>. Most bands can't afford to have a producer. Let alone afford to go into a proper studio, so a lot of a lot of guys are in the digital universe now. And they make records in their garage or in their basement or wherever they can and. Then at the end of the day, you know they can still have a little bit of budget. Leftover to you know. Have somebody like me. Come in. And <hes> you know. Put The final touches on what it. Is it difficult because I have a lot of friends that mix and produce, but and they'll tell me when they're brought in just to mix something. It can be difficult if the stuff wasn't produced well or recorded well initially that it can be a real nightmare, and it can be almost impossible to work with sometimes. Do you run into that or do you sort of that that out before? You agree to mix something now. <hes> I kinda vet that out, and and I'll be the first one to <hes>. If somebody sends a song, and if it's either so poorly recorded, or if it's just you know garbage in garbage out. Names go on. It <hes> I. would just as soon you know? Send the project back and just with deepest regrets and say hey. I'm really sorry, but I don't I. Don't think that <hes>. That this up my alley. And <hes>. And then kind of beg off that way.

Beau Hill And Adrian Vandenberg

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Beau Hill And Adrian Vandenberg

"Okay as I mentioned to interviews for you this week we get started first with producer Beau Hill after that, you'll hear from Guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, but first my conversation with bow hill about some of the great records he produced, and some great behind the scene stories about those records. He's I on the Eddie Trunk podcast enjoy. Bo! How are you? I'm great. Thanks for having me on great. Thank you ma'am. Thank you, Sir! Thanks for taking the time. So I guess before we get into your history and some of the old older stuff that you've done which records I'd love to ask you about and bands you worked with I'd love to ask about. Let me ask you what you do these days. Let's get to the current times for Bow Hill, because I know most recently. Your name came on my radar again from our mutual friend Mark Schenker and I know you remixed the kicks album. Blow my fuse, which you originally did not produce, so you're still in the game to some degree mixing and doing some production where Primarily just just mixing in it it. It came about of a weird cottage industry. My my wife. Several years ago was bugging me to put up a website and I was going. Oh Man I don't WanNa do that that just it just, didn't it? Kinda made my skin. Call a little bit. And but anyway I I gave in after a while. And then all of a sudden I started getting contacted by bands from around the world that I had never heard of never met never spoken to they just they reached out through via the website and said you know. Hey, we've got. We're having some troubles with this particular song. Could you help us out? Or could you mix it for us? Or what have you and I said sure, and so then they went back and told their friends that were in bands, and then they contacted me and then before I, know it I've got this unintended consequence. Putting up my website, and now all of a sudden. You know I'm I'm. Mixing five o'clock in the morning and am I keep doing it. 'cause I just love doing it. It was there a time both were you completely checked out of the business? Did you completely drop out of the music industry at any point? Well. Maybe, yeah, maybe for a for a little while there was And then, and then this happened. I mean you know I've always. Had My my my big toe and if you will But. You know I've certainly over the. Course of years you know I've bought and sold a couple of other businesses and done some things to. Keep me busy and keep things moving forward, but You Know Music and mixing primarily these days is truly my passion. The production aspect of making records now. Is. As you know a million miles away from where was back in the day But you know right now it's a it's labor of love that I just enjoyed nine. Yeah I was GONNA. Ask You about that because you said you're more on the mixing end of it. Versus the production side of course back in the in the eighties with all these records and bands that you'd worked with you doing it all. You're producing as well. Why did that end of it sort of go away for you? And why did you gravitate more towards the mixing stage versus producing? It was I. It's primarily monetary. Monetarily driven Most bands can't afford to have a producer. Let alone afford to go into a proper studio, so a lot of a lot of guys are in the digital universe now. And they make records in their garage or in their basement or wherever they can and. Then at the end of the day, you know they can still have a little bit of budget. Leftover to you know. Have somebody like me. Come in. And you know. Put The final touches on what it. Is it difficult because I have a lot of friends that mix and produce, but and they'll tell me when they're brought in just to mix something. It can be difficult if the stuff wasn't produced well or recorded well initially that it can be a real nightmare, and it can be almost impossible to work with sometimes. Do you run into that or do you sort of that that out before? You agree to mix something now. I kinda vet that out, and and I'll be the first one to If somebody sends a song, and if it's either so poorly recorded, or if it's just you know garbage in garbage out. Names go on. It I. would just as soon you know? Send the project back and just with deepest regrets and say hey. I'm really sorry, but I don't I. Don't think that That this up my alley. And And then kind of beg off that way.

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Deeper Digs in Rock: BONES UK

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Deeper Digs in Rock: BONES UK

"Called bones. Uk This was one of those Love at first sight type of things for me one note and I was hooked. Okay I literally was in love. So who are these immensely proper quiet and suitably charming young ladies from the British Isles? Yeah there anything but that bones. Uk is a two piece from Camden town. A suburb of London and consists of an in-your-face Rosie bones. On Lead Vox and Rhythm Guitar and the very impressive and chill Carmen Vandenberg on Lead Guitar. They work very closely with producer. Filipo Giamatti to create a fresh rock. Sound on record but at the same time these two fine sirens can do it live. I formed in two thousand fourteen when Rosie Mett Carmen and instantly had a connection. They put some stuff together and literally believe it or not had Jeff Beck show up at their second GIG. Whereafter seeing them. Ask them to help write his two thousand sixteen album loudhailer and then invited them on the American tour. I'm just not sure you can possibly find a better endorsement than that Very very tail. Except when you realize separately Rosen Carmen had been working Added for years before all this came to pass just goes to show you. You just gotTa find that Special Chemistry but if that is not enough. They were nominated for best rock performance at this year's grammy though they lost to Gary Clark junior so I got to speak to both of them while on tour opening for corn and I gotta say they are both charming intelligent sexy and fun as their tunes. I love it when the act matches the music and data is what you get with bones. Uk. They just released an unplugged. Ep with some of the songs you'll find on their twenty nineteen upon US album. But what I dig about that is if you need more than Jeff Beck telling you this showing they do have some impressive musical chops and therefore Given a chance these these ladies should go really far well if rock and roll still matters that is I. I know it does to you and I can. They make a big dent in the universe. We shall see in the meantime. Let's get to know them a little and hopefully you will feel the same way about them that I do. Oh One last thing about these two from Camden town. There's a whole mythology being created here. They have a very personal authentic thing. They take their ideas and not just from songs but all that would go along with it. the imagery the videos Their interaction with fans Just how they comport themselves Very real but at the same time it it is it is

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Unarmed Test Missile Launched From Vandenberg Air Force Base

AP 24 Hour News

00:08 sec | 2 years ago

Unarmed Test Missile Launched From Vandenberg Air Force Base

"The airforce says an unarmed Minuteman three intercontinental ballistic missile was launched from California on a test flight to a target in the Pacific

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Pentagon tests long-banned ballistic missile over Pacific

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Pentagon tests long-banned ballistic missile over Pacific

"The launch was from a static launches stand at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California it landed in open ocean in the Pacific the missile had been banned under a treaty the United States and Russia abandon last summer the Pentagon declined to reveal the maximum range of the missile test it Daryl Kimball executive director of the arms control association said the Pentagon's missile project is a mistake and we'll unnecessarily raise tensions with Russia China and North Korea and Donahue Washington

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"vandenberg." Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"vandenberg." Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Day trip which includes a visit to Vandenberg airforce base in an immigration detention facility in Texas now here's news it's Carlene Chavis with your micro climate forecasts soul so low clouds patchy inland fog will work its way back into our forecast tonight high pressure will strengthen for to Morrow as our temperatures climb even more for the coast the mid seventies inland valleys the upper eighties mountains the low nineties in the desert near a hundred and thirteen degrees I am seven sixty am chief meteorologist curling Chavis right now it's sunny and seventy nine in Escondido breadwinner bulls next aim seven sixty talking breaking news I knew this one more time president has brought forth his decision on the in the next two days the ride it is a great wonderful show AM seven sixty talked and breaking news so much stuff going on out there that's happening actually far beyond and and away from the the traditional sort of political stories of the day and you know it's that time it's just a few minutes after six o'clock in the evening and this is when we like to do a little bit of a tour of the stories may be criminal in nature that you otherwise might not know anything about and some of its crime related some of its health related.

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Falcon 9 Launches Canada's RADARSAT Constellation Mission

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Falcon 9 Launches Canada's RADARSAT Constellation Mission

"Write us at constellation has been successfully launched into orbit aboard a SpaceX falcon nine rocket the falcon nine launched in thick fog from space launch complex for e at the Vandenberg Air Force base in California. Can I ask if you're ten nine eight seven six five four three two one mission? Our telemetry. How can nine had an on time, liftoff through the fog from Seville from Vandenberg Air Force base approaching max q supersonic close passing through maximum dynamic pressure. We now have three events coming up in rapid. Succession main engine cutoff stage, separation and second, engine start one or SAS one main engine cutoff, this is where all nine engines of F nine will shut down trajectory is looking good staves stage. Main engine cutoff stage, separation and second, engine start one so who's back has begun faring deployment. We have about ten seconds left in the boost back burn confirmation of boost back shutdown. So in order for. Little to make its way back to Vandenberg Air Force base. It has to execute a series of three burns. The first is what we call the boost back burn. And that helps to slow the rocket down and oriented for entry shortly after this, the Griffin's articulating, as they help steer the rocket back to Vandenberg. Those are deployed to help guide the rocket during its descent following that talking nine executes its entry burn and that slows itself down before hitting the dense part of the atmosphere. The entry burn actually cuts the first stage speed almost in half. So that's what we'll be coming up next out about the tea, plus six minute, Mark the third and final burn that stage. One will execute today is the landing burn happens to be everybody's favorite burn and that takes place just before touchdown as the booster touchdown softly, on the ground. So if you happen to be in the greater Vandenberg Air Force base area. I recommend that you head outside because you are very. Likely in range to experience the sonic boom, that comes with re entry. We have confirmation that power is good dejected. Looking good. Started confirmation that stage one entry burns has started. Shutdown stage, one TSA stage, one trans sonic. Claiming burn has begun. South nine hundred handed back at Vandenberg Air Force base. So without good news we turn back into second-stage, our primary missions, as it continues to carry three Radarsat constellation satellites to some synchronous orbit there. We head confirmation a second engine cutoff or Seco now. We're just going to wait for confirmation of second-stage. Good orbit, GNC confirms. Good. First of all. All right. We have confirmation that we have a good orbit for second stage, the Canadian space agency rate, outset constellation mission consists of three identical see bands that have. But you're right observation satellites, designed to support all with maritime surveillance, disaster management, and ecosystem, monitoring for the Canadian government, the one thousand four hundred kilograms spacecraft deployed into a six hundred kilometers high, but the falcon nine states pretend to with after the mission successfully touching down at the van Nabil gave was based lendings on number four.

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NASA and SpaceX partner for Asteroid Deflection Mission

SPACE NEWS POD

04:39 min | 3 years ago

NASA and SpaceX partner for Asteroid Deflection Mission

"And SpaceX are going to be working together to deflect an asteroid. It's. Called dart the double asteroid redirection test, and it will take flight place on top of Felker nine rocket in June of twenty twenty one from the Vandenberg Air Force base in California. And now the mission of dart is to smash set late into an asteroid's tiny moon in order to it off of its orbit in. It sounds exciting. But if the mission fails it would result in derailment of Nasr's, Connecticut impact technique. However, if it successful it'll provide very crucial data that will inform its deployment against an actual asteroid that's approaching our planet. So they're going to send a probe up the gonna hit one of these asteroids moons, deflect it out of the orbit. And this is the first test case, you know, this is the first time that they're going to try this out. So if it's successful, this is going to be great is gonna send us data that will tell us that. Hey, this is possible. We can do it on a bigger scale. We can do it for something else. Not just a tiny moon, and they're going to smash into this moon going at around thirteen thousand five hundred miles per hour in it's going to reach the target in twenty twenty two and it'll be eleven million kilometers away from earth. And this is really cool because this is a different kind of mission for SpaceX. It's not just transporting humans and cargo to and from the international space station. This is a scientific mission. And this could open up doors to NASA in space x working together in different forms in the future. And this mission is going to be a relatively cheap in the grand scheme of things. It's going to be about sixteen nine million dollars, including the SpaceX launch and the full mission. So sixty nine million dollars compared to you know, billions of dollars for Mars rocket. It's relatively cheap in that sense. So a lot of. Any but for space. It's not bad in the asteroid. They're gonna go after his daddy mass. It's provisional destination. Nineteen Ninety-six GT sub Columbus asteroid in has a binary system classified as potentially hazardous asteroid and near earth object of both the Apollo and armor group in this is really cool. So there's a hero spacecraft, which is an Isa's spacecraft. It's destination is the same asteroid as NASA and SpaceX mission. So they're working together. Nasa in ISA on this mission in it's really cool because Isa's spacecraft is gonna try to fly itself there. So it's gonna be a Thomas it'll be flying to the asteroid by itself in with new techniques that ISA has developed not only does this space craft have autopilot. It can dodge space debris for something coming at this thing. It'll move out of the way. So it will take flight alongside Nasr's asteroid impact in deflection assessment mission spacecraft, the eight emission would focus on Nasr's double asteroid redirection tests, the dart test as I spoke about before it's basically a defense system for and it'll redirect asteroids. So if ISA NASA can work together, we could send out autonomous said lights to these asteroids, destroyed them move them out of the way, whatever we need to do to them. And you know, we're going to protect the earth with these kind of technologies it's kind of incredible. And this is where it gets really really cool. So the hero space craft each e spacecraft. It's going to detach from its launch vehicle in orbit around the asteroid. Right. So it's going to be orbiting around the and then the NASA probe is going to do its thing. It's going to deflect the moon of the asteroid and Isa's here. Space craft is going to watch everything autonomously, and then it will swoop in into leagues Zaman the crater after the collision. So it's gonna give us data about the initial collision from NASA spacecraft and also after the space craft does its thing and the aftermath of the collision in the self-driving like tesla while not driving. I guess flying would be the best word for it. But it's has similar systems to Atanas vehicles on earth.

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NASA is paying SpaceX $69M to crash a rocket into an asteroid

Dana Loesch

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

NASA is paying SpaceX $69M to crash a rocket into an asteroid

"And it sounds like something out of a movie, but NASA plans to fire a rocket at an asteroid in an attempt to knock it off course called the double asteroid redirection test or Dr NASA has selected SpaceX for the mission with a target date of June twenty twenty one SpaceX launch falcon nine rocket from Vandenberg Air Force base in California, roughly, sixteen months later, a spacecraft will intercept a moon orbiting around the asteroid most. When the asteroid is within eleven million kilometers of earth. The goal to move the asteroid just enough to alter its trajectory. Nasa will pay SpaceX about seventy million dollars for the

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ULA rocket carrying US spy satellite launched from California

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

06:32 min | 3 years ago

ULA rocket carrying US spy satellite launched from California

"Orbit carrying with it. A new spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance office. The inner row will seventy-one mission lifted off from space launch complex six at the Vandenberg Air Force base in California. It was only the third time the seventy one minute all delta four heavy had launched from the west coast complex. Second-stage Elliott secure a fight level data's chick. Go delta. Go InterOil seventy-one Brophy. Ignition key minus ten nine eight. We should have mission. Six five four three two one and liftoff of the United launch alliance. Delta four heavy rocket within our L, seventy one for the National Reconnaissance office equals begin pitcher over maneuver. You're hearing the voice of Patrick more providing launch vehicle sent data twenty seconds to the plates in good shape. Refresher across all three are sixty engines boosters beginning to throw down to the partial thrust mood as expected corpus juris reach partial thrust chamber pressures continue to look good across all three are sixty eight engines Corp booster impartial thrust mode for recruiters in the full thrust mode because now passing Mexico maximum dynamic pressure and vehicles now past mach one dealt fours. No supersonic now. One minute thirty seconds into flight chamber pressures on all three are sixty eight eight engines continue look good booster. In the partial thrust mode port and starboard boosters in the full thrust mode launch vehicle is now twelve miles an altitude traveling it almost sixteen hundred miles per hour chamber pressures on all three engines continue look good coming up on two minutes into flight that can stage attitude control system press valve has been opened system. Now pressurising the play levels response looks good chamber pressures on all three engines continue look good vehicles now going to closed loop guidance the ical body rates look good just over three minutes. Now remaining in the boost phase of flight engine operating parameters. Continue look good the delta four rocket. Now. He's just one half of what it did. It launch burning propellant at a rate of almost five thousand pounds per second, two minutes, fifty five seconds soon. Vehicle body rates continue look good now with three minutes. Vehicles now passing mach five vehicle buddy rates continue to look good chamber pressures on the sixty eight engines continue to look good now coming upon three minutes. Twenty seconds into flight just over thirty seconds now remaining until strap on booster engine cutoff vehicles now passing mach ten chamber pressures on the sixty eight engines continue look good and port and starboard, booster engines. Now throttling down to partial. Trust in preparation for for cutoff as expected, and we have cut off the strap on engines standing by for separation. And we have good indication of separation of the port and starboard strap on boosters cord boosters now throttled back up to the full thrust mode. Engine response looks good for minutes. Ten seconds into flight chamber pressure on the core booster in the full thrust mode. Looks good upper stage lock system has begun boost chill down sequence to be in thermal conditioning of the upper stage engine now one minute remaining. The boost phase of flight and upper stage fuel system has begun boost phase chill down corpus there continues to look in the full thrust mode coming up on five minutes into flight little over thirty seconds now remaining until PICO equal body rates. Continue look good chamber pressure. Continue. Look good on the corporate. Stor now five minutes. Twenty seconds standing by for corbu throttled down shortly corbu stathes now throttling down as expected standing by for Biko, and we Biko booster engine cutoff. Staying by stage separation. And we have good indication of stage separation. Nozzle extension is now deploying we have pre start on the Earl ten standing by for admission on the ten we have ignition and full thrust on the oral tension pressure. Looks good body rates. Look good anyway for jettison. And we have good indication of payload fairing jettison. Than chamber pressure. Continued to look good on the old ten engine this. I burn today's mission last proximity twelve minutes. Six seconds National Reconnaissance office operates America's intelligence gathering spy, satellites previous west coast Doda for heavy launches have involved crystal. Okay. Holy live in high resolution imaging satellites flying to the southwest place. This spy satellites the polar sun synchronous orbits. It's these satellites on which Nassar's Hubble space telescope spaced. It just points op woods instead of down. In fact, the CIA off at NASA to these kale said lots hobble replacements, one of the unusual things about the launch of the seventy one spy satellite was that. Instead of traveling to the southwest. It's the jet was to the south east that could indicate that instead of being a whole satellite. It could be an electronic signals intelligence as dropping satellite flying in ammonia orbit Manja orbits lopsided to allow increase dwell time at high latitudes of the. Goals a top secret US air force x thirty seven b space shuttle as just completed its five hundredth day in all of it. The delta winged autonomous space played originally developed to be launched in the payload bay of Nashes now retired space shuttle fleet is on its fifth classified long duration mission. All previous flights of the OT orbital test vehicle program have established new records with the last flight the spacecraft sistership staying over for seven hundred and eighteen days that mission notice OT four was lords from the Cape Canaveral air force station in Florida bought a United launch live. Atlas five rocket back in may two thousand fifteen. It finally landed at NASA Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral inmate twenty seventeen Makia combined title of two thousand and eighty five days in space for the to space. Shuttles in the OT program. The current mission TV five began back on September the seventh twenty seventeen in the spacecraft was launched from the Kennedy Space is lodge. Complex that he nine a about a SpaceX falcon nine rocket all operations involving the x thirty seven b a highly classified. OT five was spotted by MTA. Satellite hunters last August, it was flying at an altitude of around three hundred and twenty kilometers that's low enough to suggest some type of intelligence gathering peration. And that's interesting because the US air force claims all TV flights designed to test new materials and systems and space with oh TV five carrying an advanced actually Embiid. The spread of the Ville to test experimental electronics and oscillating hate pot radiate is in the long duration space environment. But other reports suggest the city seven bays are actually being used to collect repay and modify satellites in orbit, and when we say modify satellites, I guess that well doesn't necessarily mean it's got to be American satellites WALDO TV five mission remains in. But a United launch alliance. Atlas five rocket. He's already being prepped for the. Six mission pets expected to fly from Cape Canaveral before the end of the year. You'll see the space time. I'm Stewart

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