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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on Past Gas

"Okay, say you have a cabin. And a really good dog. And you get up every morning, each shop would. You hang out with your dog, is that obscurity? Yeah. Yeah, that sounds great. I think you have to be involved in something kind of public, and then like a YouTube channel. Then move away from the public eye. Like YouTube channel. Obscured. So say you had a YouTube channel. Yes. And then you move to the Woods next to a nice Lake. This is really specific. And then you live like Nick cage and pig. Yeah, 'cause he was a famous chef in that and he had the spotlight for a while. And then he didn't want to be in he wanted to be obscured from the public eye. Yeah, I'm gonna live in obscurity one day. Let us know your address whenever, for sure. You can come by. Let us know that GPS coordinates because I know that there won't have an address. We'll make a video out of it. Yeah, you're on the channel. For sure, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Finding my long lost boss. Wait, your roommates with Rivers Cuomo and you guys are making an album? And it's gonna have Hurley from lost on the cover. Degner, meanwhile, would meet his end much sooner than kaden. Degner was a changed man after his fiery crash in 63, quote he lost his glow sense of humor, everything, said teammate, Jim Redman. Even when you return to the track, people close to him say a dark depression and washed over him. Degeneres personal relationships also began to deteriorate. Many friends said he pushed them out or cut them off. Degner even fell out with Paul Petrie, the friend who had risked his freedom by helping smuggle Degeneres family to the west. So I guess that's answers that question how they got to West Germany. As time went on, degner is reliance on morphine and other medications took an extreme mental and physical toll. His family says he began to experience delusions and paranoia. When he died in 1983 at the age of only 51, rumors quickly circulated that he had committed suicide or may have even been murdered by the East German Stasi after a decades long quest for revenge, but the most believable version of events that he died of heart failure from ill health. We can feel for danger's plight, but it's hard to arouse much sympathy for caden and all of this, given his status as an ex Nazi engineer. We mentioned Wernher von Braun earlier. According to writer max oxley's book, stealing speed, the biggest spy scandal in motor sports history, kaden had an opportunity to join the celebrity scientist state side after the war, but declined. Probably part of operation paper clip. 100%. Bernard von Braun was a Nazi war criminal, and we put him on TV. Yes. Caden's life could have easily taken a very different path. Both men reflect how complicated life was for Germans during and after World War II. Complicated is a good descriptor of that stuff. But I don't want to be seen. That's also an easy way to say, oh, it's complicated. It's a very easy way to excuse things, and I'm not excusing it. You know? A lot of these guys were spared. They were spared the hangman's noose by things like operation paper clip, or as we just read in this episode, the Soviets did the same thing. They had their own program saving these Nazi scientists. Yeah, we did. The USSR and the United States fought over the Nazis. They were chases and races to get to these scientists first before the other side got to them. And these guys, they get a new job and a new country and a new territory under new leadership and try their best to forget what they did in the past. And maybe try to make peace with it in some way, but it's not excusing it. But at least when it comes to Ernst degner, his legacy is that he took things into his own hands. You know, one of my favorite earnest movie is Ernst jumps over the iron curtain. Mine is Ernest scared stupid. That's a really good one with the tree and the leprechauns in it or something. Just like little trolls and then they don't like milk so they feel super full of milk. Oh, yeah. All right, we've got some listener mail, James, do you want to hit that? Hey guys, I just wanted to start off by saying how much I love this show and all the other media donut media makes. You guys brighten up my Monday every week. I wanted to chime in on what the yugos equivalent today would be. I think at around $14,500, the Mitsubishi mirage is pretty close. It's cheap and kind of cheaply made car that gets good mileage and that's about it. Thanks for all the great stuff you guys. I can't wait for the next high low. Steven. Space. Space coast coast to coast. Thanks, Stephen. That is a pretty good, pretty analysis car, I guess. I drove one on a race track. When? Driver. Oh yeah, how was it? Terrible. It's a three cylinder. It was the worst car that I could have. Well, all Stephen, you'll be happy to know that by the time this airs, I think the first video in a three part series we're putting V8s in the three 50 Z's, and yeah, we're right. We're currently in the throes of it. We've started both of our motors. I cut a hole in the bottom of high car and accident. We're putting on angle kits, Nolan's car. Is it on the ground right now? Not yet. Almost on the ground should be on the ground Monday. Hopefully, mine will be too, because we've got to go to the dino Tuesday, and then 6 days from when we're recording this, we're going to drag racing, and yeah, when is the alignment guy coming? I don't know, man. We'll talk about it. We definitely have to get a photo of both of you guys in front of your cars with your arms crossed. For sure. For sure. Classic drag race photo. Hit us up at pasca donut media dot com. We'd love to hear from you, hey. Thank you very much for listening to this episode. This was a really fun one. I don't know about fun. 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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:07 min | 5 months ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"And so it's cognate with scissors, schism, skin, skin, is that which divides you from the world. Shit, or scat, is that which has been divided from you. Into the world. And so there's this cognate between science and shit or science and cutting with the whole idea being that you're dividing into parts, classifying. It's the taxonomic impulse. And to know is to know where something belongs to divide it into its parts and put it in its proper place. And that taxonomic impulse can be very static, it's actually one of the things that Darwin had to overcome in recognizing evolution that the taxonomies are in motion, but it also can lead to a kind of myopia that my job is done when I've classified something. Is this bird an X and Y or a Z? And that again can be, it can be ideological or it can not be. But scientists are humans, humans, and they're fitting in with a world with a world practice. And that's limiting. It's kind of inevitable. It's unavoidable. It's hard to be if not impossible. Out of the world that we're walking in. And it's fascinating because I think ideologies also have an impulse towards forming taxonomies. And there is so just being at MIT, I've gotten to learn about this character named Jeffrey Epstein. I didn't know who this was until all the news broke out and so on. And it started to wonder how did all these people at MIT that admire would hang out with this person? Just lightly. Just have conversations. I don't mean any of the bigger things, but even just basic conversations. And I think this has to do. You said scientists are widget builders and taxonomies. I think there's power in somebody like the Nazi regime or like a Jeffrey Epstein, just being excited about your widgets. And making you feel like the widget serves a greater purpose in the world. And so it's not like, you know, sometimes people say scientists want to make money and they have a big kind of ideological drive behind it. I think there's just nice one, the widget. You like building anyway. Somehow somebody convinces you some charismatic person that this widget is actually has a grander purpose. And you don't almost feel think about the negative or whether it's positive, just the fact that it's grand is a ready super exciting. Yeah. Yeah, I think that's right. I think that's the story of Wernher von Braun, you know, in the fascination with rockets and this will, you know, in large something in the world and here he is, he's an SS officer. He's working around slave labor. And then, but his rocket then gets compressed into the western world or the American world and basically launches us to the moon and we forget about the sauce how the sausage was made. Originally. Well, can you talk about him a little bit more because he's such a fascinating character? Because he was a Nazi, but it was also an American and it had such a grand impact on both. And there's this uncomfortable fact that he's, you know, one of the central figures they gave birth to the American space exploration efforts. Yeah, he's an interesting figure fascinated in a kind of a tunnel vision way with space flight. He meets these beautiful rockets already beginning in the 20s, early 30s. Ends up for a while at Panama using slave labor to build V two engines and so forth like that. And I remember going to panaman where people.

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:07 min | 5 months ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"And so it's cognate with scissors, schism, skin, skin, is that which divides you from the world. Shit, or scat, is that which has been divided from you. Into the world. And so there's this cognate between science and shit or science and cutting with the whole idea being that you're dividing into parts, classifying. It's the taxonomic impulse. And to know is to know where something belongs to divide it into its parts and put it in its proper place. And that taxonomic impulse can be very static, it's actually one of the things that Darwin had to overcome in recognizing evolution that the taxonomies are in motion, but it also can lead to a kind of myopia that my job is done when I've classified something. Is this bird an X and Y or a Z? And that again can be, it can be ideological or it can not be. But scientists are humans, humans, and they're fitting in with a world with a world practice. And that's limiting. It's kind of inevitable. It's unavoidable. It's hard to be if not impossible. Out of the world that we're walking in. And it's fascinating because I think ideologies also have an impulse towards forming taxonomies. And there is so just being at MIT, I've gotten to learn about this character named Jeffrey Epstein. I didn't know who this was until all the news broke out and so on. And it started to wonder how did all these people at MIT that admire would hang out with this person? Just lightly. Just have conversations. I don't mean any of the bigger things, but even just basic conversations. And I think this has to do. You said scientists are widget builders and taxonomies. I think there's power in somebody like the Nazi regime or like a Jeffrey Epstein, just being excited about your widgets. And making you feel like the widget serves a greater purpose in the world. And so it's not like, you know, sometimes people say scientists want to make money and they have a big kind of ideological drive behind it. I think there's just nice one, the widget. You like building anyway. Somehow somebody convinces you some charismatic person that this widget is actually has a grander purpose. And you don't almost feel think about the negative or whether it's positive, just the fact that it's grand is a ready super exciting. Yeah. Yeah, I think that's right. I think that's the story of Wernher von Braun, you know, in the fascination with rockets and this will, you know, in large something in the world and here he is, he's an SS officer. He's working around slave labor. And then, but his rocket then gets compressed into the western world or the American world and basically launches us to the moon and we forget about the sauce how the sausage was made. Originally. Well, can you talk about him a little bit more because he's such a fascinating character? Because he was a Nazi, but it was also an American and it had such a grand impact on both. And there's this uncomfortable fact that he's, you know, one of the central figures they gave birth to the American space exploration efforts. Yeah, he's an interesting figure fascinated in a kind of a tunnel vision way with space flight. He meets these beautiful rockets already beginning in the 20s, early 30s. Ends up for a while at Panama using slave labor to build V two engines and so forth like that. And I remember going to panaman where people.

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Command is the Department of Defense is unified Combatant Command that handles space warfare and for many years Had been located at Colorado's Peterson Air Force space, but it's now announced that Space command will relocate to a facility in Huntsville, Alabama. Huntsville, is known as Rocket City and was the American home to German born rocket engineer Wernher von Braun. And is currently the location of the U. S. Army's Redstone, rocket Arsenal, NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and the famed US space Camp Evan Brown Fox News. The role of the Space command is to conduct operations like enabling satellite based navigation and troop communication. That's different from the space force, which became a new branch of the military under President Trump as the world tries to speed Over to vaccines into the arms of more people. Mork quickly the numbers keep rising. It's now more than 92 Million infections confirmed worldwide, almost 23 million now in the U. S. And U. S deaths have now topped 383,000. At least three of tonight's 10. NBA games are covert, canceled mainly due to tracing the latest game scrapped Atlanta Hawks at the Phoenix Suns. Phoenix doesn't have enough players do to contact tracing the sons played the Washington Wizards Monday. The Wizards have positive cases. Washington's game scheduled for tonight against Utah got postponed and the Boston Celtics had their third game this week called off as they were scheduled to host the Orlando Magic. Seven games postponed to the NBA this season six this week. The NBA now begins a tighter set of protocols to guard against the virus. Players and staff on the road may not leave their hotels for anything but team activities and may no longer have guests in their hotel rooms. Players at home must remain at home unless for team activities or essential matters. Jarod Max Fox News Mixed finish on Wall Street, The Dow down eight points at the close, but the NASDAQ.

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hope you're taking notes this week. Number one faith the Bible says and in Verse One of Hebrews Eleven. Faith is believing when I don't it. Faith is believing radical. Faith is believing. When I don't see it what I mean by that? Well the Bible says says in Verse One Hebrews Eleven faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see faith is visualizing the future in the present faith is seeing in advance now. This principle is found all through the world regardless of where the person is a Christian believer. Not Before we say well. I'll believe it when I see it. You've heard that people say that all believe it when I see it but but God says there are some things you have to believe in order to see it now. Anybody who is a professional understands stanzas architects know that they have to believe it that the building can exist before it's built and they've got to see it in their mind and believe it it in their minds I before it gets on paper before it becomes a building. Nothing just happens. It starts by believing that it could look like this before you see it happen. uh-huh any athlete knows that in order to win the race. You've got to see it in your mind. You've got to believe it's possible for it happens. Nobody goes through Olympics thinking. I'M NOT NOT GONNA win. They go with the attitude of. I believe I could win this. You have to believe that in order to see it and they see themselves mentally crossing the finish line before they ever run the race and they go over and over and over in their minds rehearsing and rehearsing that vision that image. Any artist has to see the painting in their mind and believe. It's possible before they put the paint canvas or before they do the sculpture. They've seen it in their mind and they believed that in their mind before they saw it as a reality. A scientist has to think it's possible to do this like go to the moon. You and they have to believe it before it becomes reality some things you have to believe before you see it. Wernher von Braun. who was the father of the American space program? Ribs said no great achievement has ever been achieved in history without faith. It's believing before you have to believe it's impossible long before it happens and faith trust God to make the vision the dream become reality. That's radical faith believing before I see it number. Two faith is obeying when I don't understand it. Faith is obeying when I don't understand it. And God gives us two examples of this in his hall of fame Noah and Abraham no in Hebrews eleven seven. It says this this. It was by faith that Noah built an Ark to.

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'll I'll believe it when I see it. You've heard that people say that all believe it when I see it but God says there are some things you have to believe in order to see it now. Anybody who is a professional understands this architects know that they have to believe it that the building can exist before before it's built and they've got to see it in their mind and believe it in their minds I before it gets on paper before it becomes a building. Nothing just happens it starch arch believing that it could look like this before you see it happen. Any athlete knows that in order to win the race. You've got to see it in your mind. You've gotTA gotTa believe it's possible for it happens. Nobody goes through Olympics thinking. I'm not going to win. They go with the attitude of. I believe I could win this. You have to believe leave it in order to see it and they see themselves mentally crossing the finish line before they ever run the race and they go over and over and over in their minds rehearsing and rehearsing that that vision that image any artist has to see the painting in their mind and believe. It's possible before they put the paint to the canvas before for they do the sculpture. They've seen in their mind and they believed it in their mind before they saw it as a reality. A scientist has to think it's possible to do this like go to the moon and they have to believe it before it becomes reality some things you have to believe you've before you see it. Wernher von Braun. who was the father of the American Space Program said no great achievement has ever been achieved in history without faith? It's believing believing before you see. You have to believe it's impossible long before it happens. and Faith Trust God to make the vision the dream become com reality. That's radical faith believing before I see it number. Two faith is obeying when I don't understand it faith Nathan obeying when I don't understand it. And God gives us two examples of this in his hall of fame Noah and Abraham Him Noah in Hebrews eleven seven. It says this it was Bhai. Faith that Noah built an Ark to.

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:59 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Forever. That is big knowledged UFO's directly to a reporter did so over the weekend. And this is the report that George Stephanopoulos did all kinds of things that were being said Donald Trump had control of the interview to a lot because one of his. He's doing an interview about his finances, and one of one of the guys in the office coffee, and he says, stop, stop. We don't want it to have the cough cough out of there. So I mean Trump didn't Trump didn't even say excise that from the interviewed George go ahead and put it in there. So he didn't feel bad about saying anything about UFO's. But the question I have is wasn't disclosure a lot of people. Not agreeing. Yes, it was. What do you think? Eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one eight seven seven seven three three one zero one once go to Sam in Kansas Samyong, ground zero. Hope you're doing fine doing. Well, thank you. He kind of blindsided Trump in the one thing that I'd Meyer about Trump is he is brutally honest, you can agree or disagree with what he says, but he tells you what he thinks and sad, his, his way of saying it's disclosure without actually saying disclosed he said quite clearly that he believed his, his navy pilots. So what more do you want? I mean. Don't you think? Without actually saying the word disclosure that he's disclosed that she believes pilots telling. Yep. Particularly, but I got to believe the navy pilots. Well, I think he's skeptical probably about a love the information that he's given. And he doesn't know what to believe or disbelieve, if he's being setup or whatever, that's quite possible. But. He believes pretty obvious. What he believes. Yeah. The thing is that I think that ever UFO show every show, the talks about this subject should be on this, and should ask everybody is disclosure because I don't remember think Truman is probably the only president that I remember in a in a press conference was talking about flying saucers directly. And he says, all we talk about them all the time flying saucers. I remember the interview and I and some people say they heard Eisenhower talk about it. I don't think Nixon talked about UFO's. I know the Ford said he saw Carter said he saw one. But you know that they didn't say that they existed. You know, Nixon never said, anything publicly said stuff to other people. But never made a public announcement and Harry was pretty on the spelling. You know, you never dodge questions he told what he thought. People being. What he thought so? Like about Trump. Nobody's thinking it's pretty obvious. Right. So you would say yes on disclosure for the president that was disclosure when he talked to Stephanopoulos. Opinion. We'll sam. Thank you for that. I really appreciate it. Okay. You take care, take care. Bye bye. Good. Let's go to lane in Wisconsin. Hi. You're on ground zero. On your show, CLYDE. I'm a longtime listener first-time caller. Thank you. A love your show. And I hope that physically doing well -sition. So, you know, you're going to says, so you've had to endure that. Also, it's previously in the air force during writer finish residency he wanted to get to the point. I think that what President Trump was bringing up was that I think that he probably was does believe in UFO's Val wonder if he thinks you're not from earth with that, perhaps, this could be related to whatever happened several years ago when President Obama was still president, and they had a couple of weeks where dignitaries went down, or an article, as you probably know wrote a book, which I'm reading now in is, which is about possible. UFO German saucer connection related to their wonderful, what weapons they had towards any World War to write a book. Read back during residency seventy closer which actually touched on this. The first time ever even heard this type of thing. And then Russia had a documentary that was released years ago that too. So I wonder that. Yeah, I think he may be making some general disclosure, but I wonder if he may be thinks that this is not all world. But coming from German, perhaps, colony in Ourika, an area that is subterranean, while I know that in the interview he kind of says, I think there and then he stopped, and then he started talking about something else because I think that he was going to give his opinion something about. Yeah. That there are probably other weapons exotic weapons, perhaps reverse engineered weapons and, and so he was giving his thoughts, basically because he wasn't fully briefed on the topic. He knew he says, I've read, I've heard he said, I had a briefing on the subject, and that's about all he knows. I think a lot of the time when people think the president's knows something about aliens or. About UFO's. They really don't because it is an intelligence, you know subject. It's not as subject for the president's, you know. I mean he he needs to know. I mean, if we're having an alien invasion, but otherwise, he, he knows about other things rather than knowing about the alien thing. And I think that he basically talked about it as close as he could without, you know, without revealing too much. But what he did reveal his yes, I don't particularly believe in them, but I have to believe my navy soldiers. They have to believe in navy when they tell me something's going on. You know, having contact with air force pilots during my time in the air force, and you had ever mentioned to me about having any counters and never sold. Anything heard about anything actively though, at home, and where I was stationed there was an event back during Eisenhower's time. Found out about after I left the base. Nonetheless. Pilots wines. I knew an air force where pretty straightforward. You know they make things up. You know, even. Enforcement accent, where to collided together. But both pilots survive, I had to take care of it wasn't Holloman Air Force base wasn't that where Jackie Gleason said that he saw? Alien beings was Hallman Jackie Gleason. No, no, no. That was over. At is now Edwards Air Force. Bell. Okay. Would they caught it and Morocco Morocco air force? Marach. Yes. Okay. It was changed to Edwards became more of a test center. I've been having this renaissance with looking up secret bases in secret places. And at the moment, there's a book that I'm looking into about Wright. Patterson air force base, the only facility that hasn't really been disclosed, as the, the landing spot for the Roswell crash, or for the Roswell debris and alien bodies and hanging teen, and all these different things that go on it at that Wright, Patterson Dayton. So I mean this type of stuff you know, brush up on your basis. Raleigh stuff. Oh, stuff is held. Overripe patterson. I've had only been at that base after was Elvis over. So I never had any contact their physicians over there. So I haven't really no one contact with that time. Right. But I would trust, you know, if President Trump has the faith that he does, and his navy pilots that they see something internally films out seeing turn to go along with that, right? Something I don't think they know where it comes from right? So, so I wouldn't be surprised both off world a world. So your opinion. Yes or no disclosure disclosure or no? Yes. Yes. It was a self disclosure. Give the president. I think it's amazing. I think that this should be analyzed by a lot of people body, language, everything, like I said, it's been so long before we've had a sitting president without joking or snickering talking about aliens, and UFO's and openly talking about them. I mean he felt uncomfortable at first, but he got into it and then of the said, well, if we, we'll wait and see when we find out, you'll be the first to know he told George, so there you go. And so I do think he is trying to make some attempt. I think he's probably not very knowledgeable. Maybe that's never been an interesting. Yeah. It may not be an interest of is. I mean he's rich was here Frank. Doesn't care. One thing if I could ask you, you know, when you look at some photographs, and I'm sure you've probably seen some photographs through years, you know, are they truly correct of these org? German crafts, that existed them or Photoshop I think that probably they are. So what a lot of them are bar, real. I think a lot of the Hannah, boo pictures, the head of the craft the flat craft. If flying wing craft the Horta craft all of that, or are pretty much primary designs were taken from the lift WAFA, and they were working in the mountains when they were creating these in a lot of people believe that there was possibly a UFO crash somewhere on the Czech border on the on the polish border, and they were able to get that get that stuff out of there and say there were initially and use their designs and retrofitted. Yeah. Year years now that they could have certainly improved design, and we were still retrofitting after Roswell, too. I mean, I'm not saying that there wasn't alien crash that happened there, it was certainly a crash of some special special aircraft, but it could have been the very same prototypes were being back, engineered after after the war, because it was forty three when the Nazi scientists came over Wernher von Braun and several others. And, you know, they were at Martin Marietta, Boeing all these places in the north west in the first UFO sightings, that happened in the UFO, boom was in nineteen forty seven sightings over Maury island Puget Sound and the others over mount rainier in Washington, and then Roswell happen in Roswell place where everybody talks about. Missile base is close to home and. Was briefly as he was and, and, and right after they were doing quote unquote Star Wars testing. Yep. I mean, yeah, you know, your stuff the history certainly puts Wernher von Braun and a lot of different places in history, where strange things have happened with spacecraft or UFO's or whatever. So I mean, that's, that's part of the, the be intrigue as well. With regard to you. F O's win was the initial information given to humankind to retrofit and back engineer extraterrestrial spacecraft was the nineteen thirties, and nineteen forties, Roswell, and beyond that we had national security changes. Therefore army separated. Now we have space corps. Eight seven seven seven three three one one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one we'll be back. LA. I'm paul. I know what you're.

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Said that he saw. Alien beings was in Helmand Jackie. That was over at is now Edwards Air Force bell. Okay. Morocco Morocco force. Yes. It was changed Edwards became more of a test center. I've been having this renaissance with looking up secret, bases secret places. And at the moment, there's a book that I'm looking into about Wright. Patterson air force base, the only facility that hasn't really been disclosed, as the, the landing spot for the Roswell crash for the Roswell debris alien bodies, and hangar eighteen and all of these different things that go on it at that Wright, Patterson Dayton. So I mean this type of stuff you know, brush up on your basis. Raleigh stuff stuff is held. Overripe patterson. I've only been base after the service, so I never had any contact their physicians over there. So I hadn't really no contact time, right? But I would trust that, you know, if President Trump. Has that he does. And his maybe that they see something out seen trying to go along with that right percents, something I don't think they know where it comes from right? So, so I wouldn't be surprised off world and a world. So your opinion yes or no exposure was disclosure or no. Closure was a self disclosure by the president. I think it's amazing. I think that this should be advised by a lot of people body language, everything. Like I said, it's been so long before we've had a sitting president without joking or snickering talking about aliens, and UFO's and openly talking about them. I mean he felt uncomfortable. I got into it and then of the said, well, if we will wait and see when we find out, you'll be the first to know he told George so. Thank you. And he is trying to make some attempts. Probably not very knowledgeable. Maybe that's never been an interesting. Yeah. It may not be an interesting is. I mean he's rich was here. Right. One thing if I could ask you, when you look at some photographs, some photographs through years, you know, are they truly correct German class that existed them? Photoshop I think probably they are what a lot of them are, are real. I think a lot of hannibal's pictures, the head of craft the flat craft if flying wing craft the Horta craft all of that, or are pretty much primary designs were taken from the lift WAFA, and they were working in the mountains. When creating these in a lot of people believe that there was possibly UFO crash somewhere on the Czech border on the polish border, and they're able to get that get that stuff out of there. From the initially and. Us designs retrofitted, and we're still year years now that they could have certainly improved design, and we were still retrofitting after Roswell, too. I mean, I'm not saying that there wasn't alien crash that happened there, it was certainly a crash of some special special aircraft, but it could have been the very same prototypes were being back, engineered after after the war, because it was forty three when the Nazi scientists came over Wernher von Braun and several others. And, you know, they were at Martin Marietta, Boeing all these places in the north west in the first UFO sightings, that happened in the nineteen forty seven sightings over Mario Puget Sound over mount rainier in Washington, and then Roswell happened in Roswell vice where talks about. Missile base. And was briefly as he was and, and, and right after today's day we're doing..

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Otherwise. Yeah. This would also make a stop and wonder about president Kennedy and how he wanted to joint mission to the moon with Russia, and how that all fell apart to something. Definitely this answers a lot of questions. It really does. I mean, it adds a lot of questions why we didn't go back it answers. A lot of questions to why president Kennedy and the Russians didn't have joint space program, this answers, a lot of questions why do was involved as effect was part of the high jump deep-freeze expedition that certainly lead them to the idea or possibility in confirmed by bird that there. Word technologies in Antarctica that were certainly discovered that we're old or actually new Nazi technologies that were capable of going to the moon. And this is why I think they were inspired to get those scientists like Wernher von Braun on on the payroll. So they could actually get to the moon, or at least explore space in such a way that the the Nazis, I discovered it. And then here we are now where we are wondering when we're gonna go back and now fighting for space force because there's a lot of stuff going on about us. It's been going on for many years, and this document would certainly back that up triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred a Wiki leaks. Dump says that perhaps the USSR attacked a moon base on the moon in one thousand nine hundred ninety destroyed. It would explain a lot of things about the documentations that were released in the nineteen and the nineteen sixties. With regard to a space station to be built several other things we have for you tonight on ground zero back with more triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred don't go away..

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:44 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"As reported the last hour after Julian Assange was arrested. There was a data dump that he promised would be released if he was caught or killed and while there are tons of documents to sift through. There was a partial document that indicated that perhaps a base was being built on the moon or was built on the moon, and that it was destroyed by the Soviet Union, and this was dated in nineteen seventy nine the documents published by WikiLeaks at it clearly implied United States had a secret base on the moon, and it was destroyed by Russia. It's what many interesting documents that have suggested that a lot of strange things are going on especially when it comes to the moon. And if you want to look up any of this information, you can find it the WikiLeaks documents. It's titled report that you are. That's russia. USSR report that you are destroyed a secret moon base. And while the entire document is not electron ick. There is a way that the document could be obtained through the freedom of information act. Now, if you go to the WikiLeaks side, or you go to ground zero media dot org, look at the. Notes tonight, four sixteen nineteenth stratosphere the secret space war. If you look at that, you'll see that there is a link to the document. Now, you see the entry details report regarding a possible space war. That is either taking place now or that has taken place, and that this may be the reason why things have slowed down with regard to the moon. Okay. That the reason why many things have been destroyed so many things are creating problems is because of the fact that we have been trying to clean up and prepare for another moon shot. But maybe there was a war or something happening on the moon in nineteen seventy nine according to this document, the dog Matata loan only exposes the reality of these alleged wars. But the possibility of a secret moon base belonging to the United States apparently was in operation fill. It was destroyed by the U R or the Soviet Union. That is a very compelling. Claim because we reported in two thousand sixteen we got our hands on documents that indicated that in nineteen sixty three. There was a project to build a space station on the moon, and it was already underway to WikiLeaks report states that perhaps the destruction of the moon base happened in nineteen seventy nine and the paper was declassified reviewed by Cheryl P, Walter in two thousand twelve. I just wanted to go to the cable here that's available and. Apparently this cable was sent to Samuel L Devine and someone I did some research on who he was here. It is right here. Samuel divine. Who died in nineteen ninety seven was an American politician for the Republican party who served in the United States house of representatives as the Representative of the twelfth congressional district of Ohio from January third nineteen fifty nine until the third January third nineteen Eighty-one he left office after being defeated by democrat. Bob Szymanski who lose the seat after single term to Republican John Kasich's during the ninety six congress. He was chairman of the House Republican conference. If you want to look him up. He's on Wikipedia. We got that from Wikipedia. There's nothing here it talks about him involved with some sort of private organization or something having to do with the moon. However, he was involved in well people involved in official business with Ohio. Probably right Patterson. I wouldn't know nothing is about this. But the the the cable sent from WikiLeaks. He's definitely to divine Samuel divine. It has a authorization code idea. It's piece seven nine zero zero one one dash one two four seven underscore e unclassified reviewed and marked by shirl P. Walter declassified release US department of state e systematic review seventeen December twenty twelve classification on classified report that you are destroyed secret base on moon. Nineteen Seventy-nine January twenty four a Wednesday. And this is partially the the I guess the splash here says that you can receive or get information on text or microfilm with regard to this. And it's not all electric. So if we needed to have more information, you'd have to file a freedom of information act request to get this document from the WikiLeaks dump, but what's interesting about this is that as I said before we reported in two thousand sixteen that we got our hands on some documents that indicated that in nineteen sixty three there was a project or a project that was proposed in the nineteen. Fifties of a space station, the moon it was through the project horizons. Project raisins, and of course, Wernher von Braun and others were involved with the WikiLeaks report states that perhaps the destruction of the moon base happened in nineteen seventy nine the papers declassified by shirl. Walter Samuel divine is also mentioned in two thousand sixteen I reported the United States was already planning a space station on if not already constructing lunar outpost in nineteen sixty three. Of course, this was before the manned Apollo program project to rise in it was about a military outpost. It was supposed to be placed on the moon outlined by Werner von Braun. Now, if you were listening to the program, we were reading that according to a document called the lunatic document that we also have on the national security administration, and is the document that you know, is easily found we're gonna put in our library. It says here that the lunar expedition was scheduled for nineteen sixty seven. It says the lunar expedition has his objective Mannix ratio to the moon with the first band landing and return in. Late nineteen sixty seven this achievement. If accomplished before the USSR. Will serve to demonstrate conclusively that this station progresses or possesses. The capability when future competition technology no space achievement short of its goal will have equal technological significance historically impact or excite the entire world. It also states the military has a broad technological perspective with regards to a base on the moon that would be erected in ready to go by nineteen sixty nine. The astronauts did go to the moon at least according to this. Or the astronauts went to the moon in nineteen sixty nine maybe to meet up with this base, or at least to work in this base. But according to the document by WikiLeaks this base was destroyed in nineteen seventy nine now as I said earlier. I was involved with the taping of array of the interview it's supposed to be a television program. It's supposed to be scheduled in may, we're not we have a tentative title, but we're not going to give it out. But apparently it was with Mike Bara. And of course, we had Leland Melvin with who is a retired shuttle astronaut who came into the studio was interviewed. I wanted to invite Mike on the program tonight. We didn't get a hold of of Leland. But Mike is with us tonight. Mike bar welcome to ground zero for have any back. I really appreciate it. Now, I called on you to come on the program because of our relationship we have with his TV program and the moon mysteries that are that we discussed now, I know that some amazing things were discussed what we were here. But what do you think of documents in these new documents and Balik that I just sent out to you tonight? Well, I have a couple of questions I do question. Whether you are really does mean USSR they could. But I don't know that we've established that. And that's one thing I'd like to establish it sort of, you know, is that is that a code language are there other documents where the Soviet Union is referred to as you are which may just be shorthand for you as SR. So or it could mean it could mean to me something like, you know, I don't know Uruguay, or maybe this was a report that came from another country that had you know, they had heard this information that this ad had taken place. And of course, we don't actually have the document. It does state that it's on microfilm. And you know, that's clearly something that we have to get our hands on to really know. What's in it? But I mean, look, let's face facts, Wiki leaks. Their track record is a section. Hey, they have never ever published a false document for story that turned out to be false. One hundred percent track record. And in fact, there are a lot of people, you know, in the in the conservative media on Twitter that have repeatedly pointed that out, so you can't really say that Wiki leaks is got a record of perfection and then dismissed document. So this thing really does exist. And it really does make a report that American secret space program base was destroyed by the Russians by the Soviet Union. And maybe sounds like nineteen seventy nine then, I think he got something extraordinary. I think you have absolute concrete free that secret space programs, or at least a secret space program exists, and that's extrordinary extrordinary. And with all the other documents. I mean, the documents that we exchange with each other on this television program when we were together was definitely from. It was from the national security administration. These were documents classified. Including the next program but wanted to moonshot in nineteen sixty seven now over the today. But then I also said I hope bronze sent you. These pictures of the documents proposed by the Boeing company of Washington that say that nineteen sixty three was the date. They were going to start building a moon base, and it would be operational by nineteen sixty nine. And here's the thing that occurs to me when you mentioned that. Yeah. I did get them. And I haven't had a chance to over in super detail, but I did get him. And I I did go through them. What those documents really say is that there's a plan to build a moon base reminds me of that old British TV show UFO that they have the secret base on the moon. You know, the the girl with the hair from. And there was a moon base, you know, on on the lunar surface. And it certainly lays out a plan to to execute that. And and when you think about that in the context of this report, it almost pass to be that almost has to be that program that tender for wishing. And that base was built and was destroyed what ten eleven twelve years later after it came in into being, and I know that it is a fairly well established fact that Gus Grissom, you know, not all he complain about a lot to a lot of people about Apollo one. You probably won't fire, you know, the risks of that they were taking with the Apollo program because of the Apollo one spacecraft, but he was heard to say apparently more than once, you know, look, we're just stamina Kansas all Republic relations aim already done to the moon. They already know what's there? And we're just out there. You know, basically going up in these trimming of rockets when they've got a lot. Lot better stuff than this already. And we're already on the moon. So he was heard to complain about that stuff way before nineteen sixty seven. Wow. This is amazing stuff. Michael Barone with us tonight on ground zero triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred triple eight six seven three thirty seven.

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:21 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Minutes on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. And welcome back to coast to coast couple weeks. I'll be in Everett Washington at our live stage show, and then the end of the month in March, I will be at the alien mega con- in Scottsdale in Laughlin, Nevada Laughlin, Nevada full information at coast to coast AM dot com in our events section too. By the way, let's go to the phones. Tom in port Angeles, Washington. Welcome to the show. Hey, tom. Thanks for holding. Thank you for taking my call advertising. A long time been a while. You've been you've been out there listening. I trust. Oh, yes. Thank you, sir. What's on your mind? But yes, I do. Thank you. What's going on? The actor Stewart Granger and Verner Magnus Maximilien von Braun. Aka brown. Wernher von Braun. Pull up some images on both of those people both of those guys. And it's absolutely astounding. How much they look alike. And you have a show on d'appel bag congress every once in a while. Right. Talking about people who get freaked out by seeing other people, and they look like, you know. And. Part of the story is your read about Brown and Stewart Granger. And they were contemporaries, they must have known each other. You know, here's ranger was a pretty famous actor. You know? Sure was and von I'm circulated in. You know, some elements of higher science is there is there a picture where can you search for both of them in their pictures of both show up side-by-side? Yes. I did that. Okay. That'll be easier to look, but really it's uncanny. Yeah. It is. But at the same time kind of for me like try to reassuring because you're about Doppler, gang or sprite, and I I run into people that, you know, look a lot like not like this. Up and what made you what made you compare the two? Well. I was reading about Werner von Braun. That was looking at the TV on top of the. Refrigerator and the pilots now. And there was injured film on. Aw. A couple of my friends up there. And I said, geez. Look at these two. Werner von Braun, which is a whole lot like store a lot. And I spun the of the computer screen around and take a look, you know, and you know, they look back and forth back. Oh, jesus. That's weird. But that's something to look at and Doppler ganger do exist and go grab that next caller. I'm gonna go look at that. Thanks a lot, Tom. Let's go to Mary in snowflake. Arizona. Hello mary. Hi doors. Thanks for taking my call. Welcome and cost the university. They wonderful musical fairly recently. But anyway, in one thousand nine hundred eighty I went out to dinner with my best friend who was very strong Christian too. And whatever she drove. And we got home about eleven thirty at night. And about two minutes after she left my house, the Holy Spirit say clearly in her heart price, or Mary and right after I got home. It was a man who had broken in my house waiting for me with a gun. And anyway, it gets very weird. Did you know who he was no he's a total stranger? Okay. But he told me he'd been casing the house for a couple of weeks. He admitted geez. Yeah. But anyway, so, you know, right after she left this year, the Holy Spirit say that in her heart. He attacked. And that was my first OBI OBI he experience. And anyway, he was there chill six. Oh, five in the morning. And she called me at six eight and said what happened to you last night? And I said why did you say that she said because the Holy Spirit would not let me sleep all night. He made me stay up and pray for you all night. She says she sense. Anyway, I told her and everything, but it was just it was bizarre. Whatever happened. Did he get caught? Well, there's more to it and it goes on. But anyway, did you know him? You knew him. Didn't you know? I didn't know him at all you didn't know. He had taken my phone number gets off the phone before you like a home. And well, anyway, you know, like, I said I had this OBI out of my body was floating up against the ceiling. So thank God. I didn't really feel a lot with what was going on. But I know she hasn't been praying for me, it would have caught a lot worse. And I, you know, I ended up with I was just like I said floating up at the ceiling, and I was listening and watching it. I just couldn't believe what was coming out of my mouth talking to this guy while he was attacking me, and whatever, and he ended up just sobbing weeping, and he called me after I ended up talking to her and I was freaked when he called me he called you back. How how soon did he call you back about twenty minutes of few minutes after I hung up with her. And of course, was free because I was still you know, whatever he kind of like left on his. Zone when he when he left he left, and but he called me back like Lega said about twenty minutes after I finished talking to her. And it just freaked me out totally that he called me. And he said, I just got home. And I want you to know my gun in the river, and I'm to start going to church, and he said, I apologize profusely. And I'm so sorry, and I will never do it again because the Holy Spirit just game. You know, just use my mouth. Did you believe him? Did you believe him when he told you these things I do? I absolutely do because he showed up at my house two weeks later and said it was his birthday. He showed up again. Yes, he did. And he brought me this book poems, and he wrote in the front of it, and Mary I got I gotta I gotta ask you this. Because why didn't you call the cops on the guy? Well because of what happened that night. I mean, I thought about it a lot. I did because I thought okay. Well, you know, I should get rape kits and all that kind of thing. But. Because of what happened, and it was so profound, and because of what my friend said, and you get George it was all a God thing so much, and like I said, he was weeping when he left my house, he was polish, and like, I said, you know, all through the night, the Holy Spirit was speaking to this guy and telling him, look, you know, there's worse things than going to jail, if you ever do this again, you know, it can it can go a lot worse than you think. Is he still alive? Do you know I have no idea because after he showed up at my house two weeks later, I ended up making dinner, George. He's Mary you kidding me. Well, it was a God thing. And I told him, you know, look, you can't come into my house again. And and and he's a promise I won't hurt you, and I have gone to church, and I prayed, and and I'm very very, I know it's nearly impossible for you to forgive me. But you you have to believe me, you know, what happened that night has changed my life. And you know, I am gonna start going to church all the time. And so I believe in I I gotta time here. I I'm not sure I would do that. But I wanted weird stories. I got one Tom. What do you have forced back there? That's one of the most unbelievable things I've ever heard he came by for dinner after he molested her. God bless her. Crazy gosh, Katie from Washington state. Did you go to the circus as a kid? And if so did you have a favorite act-, I've been to the circus. A couple times the Barnum and Bailey, Ringling Brothers circus. I used to like. The high trapeze people that was always fun. And that was neat. You know, the rest was just there. But you know, I kinda always liked the type tight rope walkers. Do that. I can't believe you said that because to this day when I go to Vegas, and I have time I like to go to circus circus and watch the trapeze people, they're very good. So talented. They're very good. Then somebody fall there once. Yeah. But they have a net. Devon that. Somehow. They do. Yeah. They do have you ever been in the? What is that round thing? The fair SRA wheel in in Vegas. They built a huge ferris wheel. I have not and will not go on. Why are you scared at all? It doesn't look fun. I don't like to do things that don't look fun ever been on a roller coaster. I have. Ever been at a Turkish bath. That's moving. Tom. Any in Alabama. Welcome to the show. Hi anne. Taking my call George. Thank you. There are extortions damn targeting millions of people, and I've been approached several times mastermind usual, extortion, scammers was a lot going on out there. What happened to you? I has these solutions for these how I got out of the disenfranchised. She's the first one was I was on the internet, and I got the red screen on my computer with no way to cross it out through the exit. It looks like it looks like a virus. Right. It looks horrible in in in it takes up the whole screen. You can't turn the computer off. And my solution to that wasn't said comedic, call Microsoft. It was a fake Microsoft, number exactly money. But the solution was I simply unplugged the computer around the wall or you can pop the battery out restarted in the thing. What's gone? You got it. That's the only way to get rid of it too. The second one was Google business listings. People. Call me on the phone. They never stop. That my Google business listing was going to be cancerous. I've got this little Daiki business. It's really just a small hobby. That means a lot to me. Bizarre studio, they were going to cancel that. If I give them some money, and they actually did I refuse to pay them anything, and they actually did cancel my Google business. Listen because they're hackers and extortionists I contacted Google. There's no tell me how to go on their website and fix it back and just took me about three minutes, and it was back in the you. You have a cell phone or smartphone? Not a smart sound. But it's just a cell phone. Do you get do you get what we call robo calls. You get these. I know what they never stop. It's unbelievable. You know what I mean? The phone rings. I pick up the other fun the land last start dialing that number in before before. I even answerless son on the cell phone up already got the recorded message. That says this is not a good mom. Yeah. You when you call back, you can't get them for some reason is not a good. It's a fake number. You're using something countless card you go to space card dot com..

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Probably not parts of the earth are still better than any other part of the solar system that we know of let's go to Colfax, California. Now, west of the rock. Ke's Chris's with us. Hey, chris. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George by George. I'm talking to you can't believe it's you. Hey, I hide. My uncle Bill. My mom, and my granddaughter is air force academy whole bunch aeronautical people in my family. What was the rocket movie that Jake Gyllenhaal was in? Yeah. Hi, I can't remember. Meet Wernher von Braun. And that was me as a kid. I just love rocketry, my uncle Bill. Marcy hike. Uncle bill. Work was air. Nautical engineer and worked on worked for Martin Marietta, and liberal landing module, my grandfather MARCY was a tool and die mayor here that made the machines and made the parts per us aircraft. And like I said I have a granddaughter the air force academy. And no, congratulations to me. She's a really sharp girl and doesn't get to fly 'cause he's not telling and believable, but she's really sharp. Anyway, I can't wait to read your book and Georgie had a guy on not too long ago. And I've been telling my wife this for years, and he was talking about we have to leave here. We gotta go. There's been to many extinction level events that have happened on this planet. If we're going to survive if you manage he's gonna move on. We gotta get outta here. And folks out there if you weren't. A really learn cool stuff go to your history channel. If you can't find the show on the Orion, really neat rocket. But just why we have to go to space in how we'll do it. And I it's incredible stuff. I I'm sixty seven years young some sixty seven years old. I wish I was born fifty years. I really because it's just gonna be awesome. I do you know what you're by the way, the Jake movie might have been. Yeah. Go ahead. What movie was that Jake movie you were talking about? He is a kid and units friends like build rockets they actually set the dog on forest on fire. And he does in the end get to meet where he went to an essay contest is teacher is dying of cancer. And she actually gets to see his rockets watch. And he goes on the made some three story he goes on to work for early NASA, which is just awesome and people, you know, I really critical Nancy. I don't think nap is going to get us to Mars. I think it's going to be people like in Moscow. Are going to get us there. I and I would sign up today. My wife might have something to say about that. But hey, I go even know what I could. I couldn't come back. I would go just because it's awesome. And one more thing while I break in the movie, you're talking about October sky, right? Is it? Yeah. Relig- I've meeting Chuck Yeager I helped build itself in grass valley, California. And that that that must've been? I love that. He's really an awesome. Even be he really is. God bless our president. And thank you for recognising, the greatest generation in those war heroes, and Buzz Aldrin. I mean, what a bunch of awesome people and what a neat guy we have for president. They take the time to do that. I gotta tell you. I voted for him. And I didn't want to just. Unthinkable. And I didn't like him at first I really just want him to quit the tweeting shut up, but he is becoming presidential. And it's getting better every day. And we'll see what happens two more years of it to go. And let's see if he can do it. But his polls went up. Indeed. Thanks a lot. I appreciate the call Jack in Abilene Texas with us now east of the Rockies, Jack. Thank you. Good to talk to you. I appreciate your call..

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

11:37 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"We're back with our final segment with Rodney pile interplanetary. Robots? Rod it is remarkable. How Mars one was able to get millions of dollars in investment money. And now they've gone belly up. Yeah. You know, there there is a truth to this among some operations that were like like any other endeavor, you know, their organizations to play it straight and those which may not walk credit straight line. And I don't wanna to Mars one because I don't know the personally that well, I've just been watching it very carefully for a long time. And there is a tendency whether it's a nonprofit or for profit a lot of times to kind of burn the boxcars stoke, the locomotive if you know what I mean, I think there's a lot of operating expenses going on there. They they did have a message that resulted with a lot of people much more than I would've thought actually it was kinda surprising tons of people applied not as many as they said tons of people spend money not as much as they said. But there was a Fairmont going on there. And obviously, it it struck a chord with folks, you know, there's a lot of people that wanna be a piece of something bigger, which is why one of the reasons that promote things like the national space society, the planetary society. Other groups because we want to be part of something bigger than yourself part of this grand adventure. That's a good way to do it Mark. When I was kind of a fantasy from the beginning. Could it have happened possibly was it likely not at all their other people trying similar things you may remember inspiration Mars, which is going to be a fly by that didn't happen. But it it it could worked you know, that wasn't quite as big a leap as Mars one. So you know, I'd like to see if people are going to focus their energies on these things. Join one of these nonprofit groups, and and get involved with something that they let you feel like you're gauge by the way, that's wanna mention I looked it up during the break at euchre's chorus twenty thousand miles across and Jupiter itself is about eighty seven thousand miles. So I was in the ballpark. Okay. I'm all three sizes size of earth. Almost plus interesting with Mars one they were based in the Netherlands, which I find to be weird. And it was labeled as a suicide. Mission because it was a one way trip. Well, they didn't like suicide basically like to call it one way trip toward critics the critics call them suicide mission. Well, there are other problems. You know, there was a kind of a famous smackdown between them and a team grad students and post docs, from MIT who were in the debate setting taking apart their whole life support strategy thing your people are going to be dead within you know, three to four months. No, they're going to be fine. We've done studies. Well, we've got better studies not gonna work. So there was there was some papers written in some good work attempted. But by and large, I think there's a lot of optimism and a lot of dreaming. And we just need to have a reality. Check on these kinds of things because most people I think once they've been there out there's a lot of romance around exploring. It's like the great place to visit. Would you wanna live there forever? Probably not parts of the earth are still better than any other part of the solar system that we know of let's go to Colfax, California. Now, west of the rock. Ke's Chris is with us. Hey, chris. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George by George. I'm talking to you. I can't believe it's you. Rod. Hey. I hide my uncle Bill. My mom and my granddaughter developed air force academy coal venture nocco article people in my family. What was the rocket movie that Jake Gyllenhaal was in? Yeah. Hi, I can't remember. Meet Wernher von Braun. And that was me as a kid. I just loved rocketry my uncle Bill. Marcy hike. Uncle bill. Worked was aeronautical engineer and worked on worked for Martin Marietta, and literally ending module, my grandfather MARCY was a tool and die here that made the machines and made the parts for us aircraft. And like I said I have a granddaughter the air force academy. And no, congratulations to me. She's a really sharp girl and doesn't get to fly 'cause he's not calling and believable, but she's really sharp. Anyway, I can't wait to read your book and Georgie had a guy I'm not too long ago. And I've been telling my wife this for years, and he was talking about we have to leave here. We gotta go. There's been to many extinction level events that have happened on this planet. If we're gonna spy humanity's going to move on. We gotta get outta here. And folks out there if you weren't. A really learn cool stuff go to your history channel. If you can't find the show on the Orion, really neat rocket. But just why we have to go to space and how we'll do it. And I it's incredible stuff. I I'm sixty seven years young someday sixty seven years old. I wish I was born fifty years. I really it's just going to be awesome. Who'd be you know, what you're by the way, the Jake movie might have been. Yeah. Go ahead. What movie was that Jake movie you were talking about? He is a kid and units friends like build rockets actually set the dog on forced on fire. And he does in the end get to meet where Brian he wins, a an essay contest, it's teacher is dying of cancer. And she actually gets to see his rocket watch. And and he goes on the made some degree story. He goes on to work for early NASA, which is just awesome and people, you know, I I'm really critical Nancy. I don't think it's going to get us to Mars. I think it's going to be people by the end must. Gonna get I and I would sign up today. My wife might have something to say about that. But hey, I go even know what I could. I could come back. I would go just because it's awesome. And one more thing while I break in the movie, you're talking about October sky. Is it the religion meeting? Chuck yeager. I helped Bill is home in grass valley, California. And was that that must've been? Cool. I love that. He's really an awesome. You'd be. He really is. God bless our president. And thank you for recognising, the greatest generation in those war heroes, and Buzz Aldrin. I mean, what a bunch of awesome people and were guy we have for president. They take the time to do that. I gotta tell you. I voted for him, and I didn't want. I just. Daltrey unthinkable. And I didn't like him at first I really just want him to quit the tweeting shut up, but he is becoming presidential. And it's getting better every day. We'll see what happens two more years of it to go. Let's see if he can do it. But his polls went up. Indeed. Thanks a lot. I appreciate the call Jack in Abilene Texas with us now east of the Rockies, Jack. Thank you. Good to talk to you. I appreciate your call. And enjoy your program very much. Thank you. Couple of quick questions. When they Mars expedition started a long time ago weren't there. Several. Could a a Crafter a whatever you wanna call it on on Mars, and it didn't come up and disappear. Maybe some of them didn't make it they landed. Maybe. Broadcast. What a number of them that. Yeah. I do. And then also the you say match two billion all fake travel. Ten years. So the first one the Mars question it's been between fifty sixty percent success rate and largely it's gotten better in the last couple of decades as I said earlier, the US has had better locks in other countries except for India their first attempt. You know Mars is tough. It's far away unless you're going to go into orbit around the planet. If you're just shooting a Lander you've got to do it like a rifle bullet, go straight to the planet. Skins the atmosphere goes in and land directly. So you've gotta get everything. Right. And the atmosphere is just a little too thin and the gravity even though. It's only about a third of the earth is a little bit more through the earth, which we eight percent is just a little too much and you just missed this Goldilocks zone. So it's really hard to to slow down heavy spacecraft and make a good landing. And then there's command and control the problem that the Soviets had back in the space race as was they your sequencers instead of true computers like we were starting to put together. And that means that the thing followed its command safe. What's no matter? What you couldn't intervene from the ground very much. And if it got there and things weren't going. Well, it just kept doing what it was told to do it was kind of like a like a puppy in. And so they did have a lot of failures as far as massive immigration goes. That certainly Elon Musk. Vision is to get a second civilization going on Mars sort of backup drive. If you will carbonite Jeff Bezos is a little different the way he looks at it. He believes in colonies and he believes living in space, but his purposes more driven to allow the earth to heal and go back to this pristine form that it was hundreds or thousands of years ago. He just wants to deliver Amazon packages to space. The mood. Yeah. But you know, to really get the heavy industry offers, and and and put it where it belongs which is out in space because you don't have the pollution issues out there. And Furthermore, you know, if you start looking at things like space solar power where you're taking energy from the sun, converting it into electromagnetic radiation, like microwave beams or something and they're saying the back down to earth. You can resolve a lot of this dependence on fossil fuels without having to resort to nuclear so forth. So there's a lot of reasons to get excited about this. But it's gonna take probably a number of very wealthy people with vision, which we're starting to see and the government initiatives to get this done. And we also have to learn how to defend ourselves against the asteroids comets because that's going to catch up with us someday to and I don't see this mass flights of humans in ten years. Do you know, I think some people like to think so I think it'll be very lucky and fortuitous, and I'll be the first to applaud. Must start. Getting is the F are now called starship big rocket going to Mars, but that's only eighty ninety people at a time. That's a mass exodus. Yes. And you've got to build somewhere for them to live there probably underground protected for the radiation. So you're going to be looking at the walls of the cave. You're not going to be looking except for a Caisley up on the surface, you'll take sojourns, but you'll be living inside protected areas. So yeah, I think it's going to take longer because you gotta develop that infrastructure is talking about I t be able to start moving large amounts of people and material on cargo back and forth. But at least we're getting started. And that's the exciting part. We're here. Jeff in Goldsboro, North Carolina's with us now Jeffrey, go ahead, sir. Rod. Hi, george. Yeah. The name of that movie was Tober skies based on a book by Homer Hickam. Yup. Number of the national space society I-, I urge people to support that. And I'm going to try and get to the conference this summer..

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Informed. Listen to AM six eighty or stream on your tablet or phone wcbMcom. We're back with our final segment with Rodney pile interplanetary. Robots? Rod it is remarkable. How Mars one was able to get millions of dollars in investment money. And now they've gone belly up. Yeah. You know there. There's a truth to this among some operations that were like like any other endeavor, you know, their organizations to play it straight and those which may not walk credit straight line. And I don't wanna Pune Mars one. 'cause I don't know the personally that well, I've just been watching it very carefully for a long time. And there is a tendency whether it's a nonprofit or for profit a lot of times, the kind of burn the box cars and the locomotive if you know what I mean. Yeah, I think there's a lot of operating expenses going on there. They they did have a message that resented, but a lot of people much more than I would have thought actually it was kinda surprising tons of people applied not as many as they said tons of people spend money not as much as they said. But there was a fair amount going on there. And obviously, it it struck a chord with folks, you know, there's a lot of people that wanna be a piece of something bigger, which is why one of the reasons that promote things like the national space society, the planetary society and other group. Because we want to be part of something bigger than yourself part of grand adventure. That's a good way to do it Mark. When I was kind of a fantasy from the beginning. Could it have happened possibly was it likely not at all? There are other people trying similar things. I think you you may remember inspiration Mars, which is going to be a fly by that didn't happen. But it it could have worked you know, that wasn't quite as big as Mars one. So you know, I'd like to see if people are going to focus their energies on these things. Join one of these nonprofit groups, and and get involved with something that they let you feel like you're gauged, by the way, I just want to mention I I looked it up during the break at euchre's chorus twenty thousand miles across and Jupiter itself is about eighty seven thousand miles. So I was in the ballpark. Okay. I'm also three sizes the size of earth almost plus. Yes. Interesting with Mars one they were based in the Netherlands, which I find to be weird. And it was labeled as a suicide mission because it was a one way trip. Well, they didn't like suicide basically like to call it one way trip toward critics the critics call them suicide mission. Well, there are other problems. You know, there was a kind of a famous smackdown between them and a team grad students and post docs, from MIT who were in the debate setting taking part their whole life support strategy thing. Your people are going to be dead within you know, three to four months now. No, they're going to be fine. We've done studies. Well, we've got better studies gonna work. So there was there was papers written in some good work attempted. But by and large, I think there's a lot of optimism and a lot of dreaming. And we just need to have a reality. Check on these kinds of things because most people I think once they've been there. A while. There's a lot of romance around exploring. It's like, the Arctic great places. Visit would you wanna live there forever? Probably not parts of the earth is still better than any other part of the solar system. We know that's to Colfax California. Now, west of the rock. Chris is with us. Hey, chris. Go ahead, sir. Hey, George by George. I'm talking to you. I can't believe it. All right. I hide. My uncle Bill. My mom and my granddaughter is developed air force academy. That's cold venture nocco people in my family. What was the rocket movie that Jake Gyllenhaal was in? Take killinghall. Yeah. Hi, I can't remember where he meet Wernher von Braun. And that was me as a kid. I just love rocketry, my uncle Bill. Marcy hike. Uncle bill. Work was a air nautical engineer and worked on the work for Martin Marietta, and the lunar landing module, my grandfather MARCY was a tool and die Medicare that made the machines that made the parts for us aircraft. And like I said I have a granddaughter at the air force academy. And no, congratulations to me. She's a really sharp girl and doesn't get to fly. 'cause he's not calling believable. But she's really sharp. Anyway, I can't wait to read your book and George had a guy I'm not too long ago. And I've been telling my wife this for years, and he was talking about we have to leave here. We gotta go. There's been to many extinction level events that have happened on this planet. If we're gonna survive if you manage gonna move on we gotta get out of. Here and folks out there if you weren't really learn cool stuff go to your history channel, see if you can't find the show on the Orion. Really neat rocket. But just why we have to go to space and how we'll do it. And I it's incredible stuff. I yeah. I'm sixty seven years young some sixty seven years old. I wish I was born fifty years from now, I really because it's just gonna be awesome to be. I don't know what you're by the way, the Jake movie might have been. Yeah. Go ahead. What movie was that shake movie? You were talking about. He is a kid, and he and his friends like build rockets actually set the dog on forest on fire. And he does in the end get to meet where he went to an essay contest, his teacher is dying of cancer. And she actually gets to see one of his rockets watch. And he goes on the made some three story he goes on to work for early NASA, which is just awesome and people, you know, I I'm really critical, and that's I don't think it's going to get us to Mars. I think it's going to be people like in my. Gonna get there. First. And I would sign up today. My wife might have something to say about that. But hey, I go even even know what I could. I could come back. I would go just because it's awesome. And one more thing while I break in the movie, you're talking about October sky, right? Is it? Yeah. Privilege of meeting. Chuck Yeager, I helped build it so in grass valley, California. And was that that that must? I love that. He's really an awesome. Even be he really God bless our president. And thank you for recognising, the greatest generation in those war heroes, and Buzz Aldrin. I mean, what a bunch of awesome people and what a neat guy we have for president. They take the time to do that. I gotta tell you. I voted for him. And I didn't want just. Daltrey unthinkable. And I didn't like it. I man I really just wanted to quit the tweeting shut up, but he is becoming presidential. And it's getting better every day. We'll see what happens two more years to go. And let's see if he can do it. But his polls went up. Indeed. Thanks, you live to appreciate the call Jack in Abilene, Texas with us now east of the Rockies, Jack. Thank you. Good to talk to you three shake your taking my call and enjoy your program very much. Thank you couple of quick questions. When they Mars expedition started a long time ago weren't there. Several. Long could a a class or a whatever you wanna call it on on Mars, and it didn't come up and disappear. Maybe some of them didn't make it. They did. Maybe they didn't they didn't broadcast. What a number of them that. Yeah. I do devout gas. And then also the say match two billion space travel in ten years. So the first one the Mars question it's been tweeting fifty or sixty percent success rate and largely it's gotten better in the last couple of decades as I said earlier, the US has had better luck than other countries except for India who sixteen of their first attempt, you know, Mars is tough. It's far away unless you're going to go into orbit around the planet, if you're just shooting a Lander you've got to do it like a rifle bullet goes straight to the planet. Skims the atmosphere goes in and land directly. So you've gotta get everything. Right. And the atmosphere is just a little too thin and the gravity even though. It's only about a third of the earth is a little bit more thirty three eight percent is just a little too much and you just missed this Goldilocks zone. So it's really hard to to slow down heavy spacecraft and make a good landing. And then there's command and control and the problem that the Soviets had back in the space race days was they your sequencers instead of true computers like we were starting to put together. And that means that the thing followed. It's command sequence no matter what you couldn't intervene from the ground very much. And if it got there and things weren't going. Well, it just kept doing what it was told to do. It was kind of like a like a puppy. And and so they did have a lot of failures as far as massive immigration goes. That certainly Elon Musk's vision is to get a second civilization going on Mars sort of backup drive. If you will his carbonite, Jeff Bezos is a little different the way he looks at it. He believes in our colonies knee believes living in space, but his purpose is more driven to allow the earth to heal and go back to this pristine form that it was hundreds or thousands of years ago. He just wants to deliver Amazon packages to space, right? The mood. Yeah. But you know, to really get the heavy industry offers, and and and put it where it belongs which is out in space because you don't have the pollution issues out there. And Furthermore, if you start looking at things like space solar power where you're taking energy from the sun, converting it into electromagnetic radiation, like microwave beams or something. And then saying the back down to earth, you can resolve a lotta this dependence on fossil fuels without having to resort to nuclear so forth. So there's a lot of reasons to get excited about this. But it's gonna take probably a number of very wealthy people with vision, which are starting to see and the government initiatives to get this done. And we also have to learn how to defend ourselves against asteroids comets because that's going to catch up with us Sunday to and I don't see this mass flights of humans in ten years. Do you know, I think some people like to think so I think it'll be very lucky and fortuitous, and I'll be the first to applaud. Must can start. Getting is the F are now called starship big rocket go into Mars, but that's only eighty ninety people at a time. That's a mass exodus. Yeah. And you gotta build somewhere for them to live. There probably underground protection for the radiation. So you're going to be looking at the walls of the cave and not going to be looking except for occasionally up on the surface..

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:30 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Thirty seven hundred the last hour. We talked about Isaac Asimov back in nineteen Ninety-three actually nine hundred eighty three. He was actually asked. To predict what the world would be like some thirty years later. And of course, that's twenty nine thousand nine the big year. We're in now second day twenty nine hundred and so he wrote his thoughts down for an article in the Toronto Star newspaper talking a lot about computers talked about how computers and robots would be impossible do without by twenty nineteen. He believes that robotics would actually revolutionize the way we do things. But then he said, and he was talking about twenty nine hundred ninety four saw at space race would be continuing. But it was a little off. Because for some reason, we just you know, we don't work as hard to achieve space goals. We have little, you know, little space goals to bring out some interesting theory. Asimov saw is he he basically foresaw that by twenty nine thousand nine humans would have mining factories and solar power station on the moon. And he said that this would be the beginning of actually, you know, putting together the space settlement and that would be well underway by two thousand nineteen. Now, we have the international space station, but nothing like what Asimov was talking about. And of course, we had a lot of lofty goals for space travel. George W Bush said that we would have, you know, at least men on the moon again by twenty eighteen didn't happen here. We are in twenty nineteen then it's big space night tonight. But not exactly what asthma talked about. I mean, you know, the White House talked about in twenty seventeen about the moon again about space fours. And and these are the things that we're talking about now, I mean when you space program last year. Space program last year. It seemed like everything about the space program was in low gear. I mean, a lot of delays with a lot of NASA stuff, and of course, slips in the schedule. We were looking for new ways of getting the astronauts taxied out to the space station. And then of course, we reshuffled our plans for human spaceflight landing on the moon and all that. So, you know, and like I said earlier, it was annoying that every time there was a big announcement from NASA you'd go to the NASA site, you'd be watching something on video on the computer. And the first thing they say to you is we're not going to announce aliens, we're not going to announce life in space. And so all it was was like all talk and PowerPoint slides and a big yawn. Or so someone who is not a big yawn. Or is the guy we're having on the show tonight. And you know, people always say, Richard Hoagland interesting individual. He really is he's the principal investigator and founder of the enterprise mission. Here's the voice of the the radio internet show the other side of midnight. He's received Angstrom metal the former science advisor to CBS news and Walter Cronkite, author bestselling books the monuments of Mars in the dark mission. The secret history of NASA course, with Carl Sagan HOGAN co created the pioneer plaque and predict your life on Europa in his groundbreaking paper. The Europe the euro a proposal that was published three seven years before Nastase announcement that they were going to send blue-fin. Two euro per to actually go under the water there and fine life. So Richard C Hoagland. Welcome back to ground zero. Good evening Klein, good grief. What a night. I know. It's only the second night of January January of two thousand nineteen. I know it's weird because you last night I got off the air. And I thought what do I want to talk about tomorrow? And I just realized I thought well, you know, new horizons got shot out, and it's going to be landing on older through with truly depending on what side of the tracks. You're on. Now, they didn't land the land. They didn't land. I know, but they were heading towards his four billion years away. No full four billion miles away by correct is a four billion four point one billion four point one billion miles away in new rights takes light, it takes light or radio waves six hours to get there or come back from there. Right. And so they were saying that guess it encountered ultimate throughly about twelve twelve thirty eastern. Well, thirty three twelve thirty three thirty three minutes. After the ball fell in Times Square. They announced that they came in contact with ultimate it closest approach was just two thousand one hundred and seventy five miles away from this nine point five kilometer wide object. Which is thirty three kilometers along. You can't write this. You can't make this stuff. All right here. I'm going to tell you the big news of the top of the show. So we can argue please. Stuff happens the way it does. Go ahead. Maturity turns out to be his our gang predicted Sunday night on the show. I did also to ultimately beyond its in the art club nineteen point five ultimate Julie is a nineteen point five kilometer wide, ancient spaceship. How do I know have you know, because we can see all the junk inside regular geometric rooms room after room after room geometry after geometry after geometry, this thing has been through hell and gone. And the only reason we're seeing anything that you can even recognize on these relatively low resolution images were going to get so much better ones tomorrow afternoon. What's another one of those is another one of those? I guess quote, asteroids rocks, or whatever they want to call them Astro. I know it's another one of those real look like. It doesn't look like anything natural. If you if you bring your grandmother to the screen when we get the images up we're trying to get them up on the other side of midnight. But we may wait because tomorrow's are going to be so much better. There's gonna be gnashing of teeth and pulling hair NASA people like Emily, locked Awalleh, you know, jumping out of windows. I mean, I'm being metaphorical. Of course, the point is this is what they're gonna freak out about because it's unmistakable what we have here. Either to spherical, ancient space craft docked together, a bigger one in a smaller one or more likely will I'm thinking to spherical modules of a joint face ship. One section being the engines and the other being the passenger and cargo compartment and the damn thing is over twenty miles long. This looks like a huge huge huge ancient generation ship. Yeah. Thinking. Ancestors are great great, great, great great grandmothers of you and me and Isaac put together to get out of here. When the getting got really really bad right after the ancient war, correct. But it's interesting that they called it. Ultimately, oh, it's not interesting at all it's incredibly dead on. Hey. You think they came from? They came from Nazi faction in NASA, which still exists thinks it's going home to see. That's what I was the minute. I heard I mean, I remember my wife said, hey, what do you think? And I'm like going it sounds Nazi. And she says, well, that's where they're going with the new horizons. The Newsweek which kind of dismissed the idea that they were going. Come on. We know exactly what they're doing. Well. Yeah. Because they don't tell us the truth stern. Looks into the camera without great smile. And he's even better than Carl number. Call sagan. Looking at the camera and the lying through their teeth about what they're really looking at and finding and tonight it is over because all over the world people are gonna look at these images. They're going to take him into their computers are gonna use a modicum of imaging expertise, and they're going to rotate them around. That's critical rotate them around you get that geometry which snaps because our eyes and brains are kind of geometrically oriented. So we only see certain things when it's right side up when you do that it pops this. These are two huge denuded shells, the halls have been eroded away by micrometeorites sandblasting for God knows how many years and the interior geometric guts, a both spheres are exposed. Now. What's really cool? Clyde is. This thing is rotating with the open side, the cyber we can see inside. Exposed to the inner solar system engineer horizons camera as it approached if it had been flipped the other way, and we have a have, you know, Holland sheathing still in place, you could say legitimately 'cause there won't be much geometry at just an asteroid, but it's turned toward us. Right. Like someone turned it toward us deliberately as part of our ongoing history lesson. This is who you really are. This is where you really came from. These are the folks who came and nest your life up big time et cetera et cetera et cetera. These guys are the ones that Nazis worshiped. And the fact that this thing is in such relatively good condition tells me it may have been the pirates who arrived here and basically took over the planet eighteen years ago and put us all in slavery. You know, Alex Jones correct prison planet Meam. Well. And that's you know, that's something that I was trying to. Dig into a lot deeper with the to'real. I love the editor preceding this because CLYDE didn't know folks that I was going to announce we found a real I re real real that anybody can see spaceship. Well. I'm going to get much better. Right. Get so much better. Right. Well, what gets me too is that we look at what duly means or through all means depending on your side of the tracks. You on duly is actually an area that was anciently described as where the rocks are the borders, and you not cross into those borders because there are where the dragon people live or there's where the dragons are. I can't help. But think to myself, you know, who's piloting that ship the draconian dragon reptilian creatures we always hear about. And that's why they call the duly. I mean, that's that's what really boggles my mind is if it is a spaceship who pray tell was piloting that ship and doesn't have a connection to the Nazis. And that's okay. We're gonna take a break, but I want I want to know more about that. Because it just it just seems to me that dangerous blatantly come right out and say, you know, we're going to this asteroid is mouse shaped snowman looking ship docking looking ship. It looks like like I said like you said Dr. Ship, and they're and they're taking, you know, images of it. And. Wow. And it's called new horizon. That's I'll talk about that too. Something connected with the Wernher von Braun, triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred six seven three thirty seven hundred. We'll be back. You're listening to News Radio. Six ninety K. T S him. When.

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"wernher von braun" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"wernher von braun" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Play nine seventy WFL way. Richard C hoping with us tonight on grounds. During richard. I alluded to earlier, and I wanted to kind of bring it up again, it's called the new horizons. Wasn't project? Horizon something that was put together by. Wernher von Braun. That was the army. Okay, back right after World War Two with who. Is that? Big. Bill disclosure Colonel Trudeau was his boss. Oh, he was down here in Roswell. He wrote a book. He was one of the progenitor of this project horizon, which was a US army corps of engineers plan to build a moon base with rockets to basically keep the Soviet Union day during the height of the Cold War, and they never funded it. So they want an outpost is what they wanted. Yeah. But well never funded it, maybe. Well, I mean, are we are we like looking for this space superiority, and eventually maybe an outpost because I know that the the the secret is is that we are right now working with the Bigelow, aerospace and other groups that have these inflatable space stations that they can just bring up inflate them. We have them ready to go for the moon. We have ready to go for Mars, and you realize all this Chinese stuff and all that that's only the window dressing on the program. We're supposed to see there's a secret space program behind the scenes funded by God knows how many hundreds of billions which got real anti gravity et cetera et cetera, which is the real space program. So what we're seeing is merely air coverage of bring the populations of earth into the fold now. 'cause it's time for disclosure disclosure began the evening in the predawn hours here in New Mexico of January one thirty three minutes after the ball dropped. In Times Square. It's amazing. How it all comes together? And once again. It's a plan. It's amazing. We're getting to look at it and do cat scans. And they're finally going to start telling us the truth. So so I believe that twenty I don't believe that. I do not believe that disclosure is going to happen. The way people think it's going to happen in the middle of it. You're in the middle of it. By trump. So okay. So this is what you think disclosure is this is what you because I believe that it was confirmation that the Pentagon was looking at the threat assessment with the UFO's, and it made the New York Times that's get people not to all of the New York Times freak out. You answer. Is you don't tell them the fishery don't freak out you show them the data? You let them through social media come to it. Which means you have to wait long enough. Jeff technology for social media hint. Hint. Well, and you let them soak. So they come to it on their own time. Well, let's say the Houston chronicle is kind of the Houston Chronicle's kind of leaning towards how you're thinking, Richard. It says it's kind of odd that what is usually a bluish white Hugh typically associated with these snowy hand sculptured structures. That's what they said. Sculpture hand sculptured. That's what they said. It looks like they look like hand sculptured structures. Ultimate Guli has a red cast. It's a much different object than scientists working on. Nasa arises mission picture, just thirty six hours ago. Zoom past the rock. They thought it looked like a bowling pin? Now, it's beginning to come into view. And it looks a lot different than they suspected. This was this is from the chronicle. I think it just came. Well, again, that's between the lines hand sculpted. Give me a blankety blank break. Yeah. This is. By the way, the major segment of the press has to be on remember operation, Mockingbird infiltrating, all the press and all that. Right. You don't think they're writing this copy to get people close to thinking outside the box. Okay. I'm here we go from Houston. Chronicle naphtha thought ultimate throughly was a singular object. But new data is showing that it's not a singular object. It is to objects that have inexplicably become stuck together. They contact binary. They call it like seventy seven have you ever seen have you ever seen the Soyuz spacecraft? Yes. Ever seen the design? What's it? Look like, it looks like this juice fears together. Well, yeah, it's called the contact binary. And this is what it is. It's a contact binary. They said it's two objects not one object. Okay. Was a contact binary. Imagine for a moment, we're dealing with real asteroids real real big rocks, like ten miles in diameter. Right. Right. Made of heavy stuff made of rock.

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