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"zach wild" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Is calling. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety of Red Eye. Just I I've got to say this because Alicia who called last hour, and we had some fun with just, you know, just sent me a Email, and and you and I with with her website, right? And she's played with some incredible as a musician. She's musician. Yeah. Accomplished she she played with what I call one of my favorite grunge bands of time. Right. Which is cracker. Right. Which is just and David Lowery probably doesn't himself as grunge. But I always did. Yeah. One of what some of the greatest of slash. Yeah. Song? I hate my generation, right? Yeah. World needs. Now is another folk singer like I need a hole in my head one of my favorite lyrics of all time. Besides his lyric what the world needs. Now is another Frank Sinatra. So I can get you into bed. One of the greatest rock lyrics of all time for that time. When when when it when it came out just burst out laughing when you when you here it. Thanks for the website. Because it was quite, you know, your websites very impressive. When you see the the stuff that she has done, which which impressed us because we went, wow. Our listeners are accomplished. Man, we're not we're not they have superior lives. Pretty cool. That is real cool. And by the way, that was just one of the things that I picked up on. I, you know, but. Banerjee play with ever spans. Right. Right. The general public. Right. And you know, just think about it a ton of different genres of what great white. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. She's definitely. Well, that's how you know, their your great musician. You're you're fitting into all of them, right? Yeah. When you when you can do everything. Yeah. Yeah. You can do everything. Yes. Some of the people don't know that some of the the the Qatar out there that are you know, that are known for heavy metal Zach wild, for instance, for from Ozzy is I mean, he can sit there and pick country like nobody's business in a chicken picking his what they call it. And it's it's unreal. Listen to. Well, you know, one of the things I love, and you probably do the same thing is. I know you follow some of them is transferring orchestra, right? The Christmas heavy metal band is Joel hoax drought. Just watching Hindu a warm up. It was a warm up for a share concert. You were asking the other night. She had made some comments on the news, and yes, she still touring. And I said, well, yeah, I follow Joel from transsiberian orchestra and and whitesnake and he plays with her when she goes out to do shows. And I watched him do a warm up the other day on one of his videos, and it was a he's phenomenal and follow in. And I think I've got some downloads from her new welcome khloe, Laurie who is from transferring on the west one, and she's the one that blows you away with revoke. Yeah. I mean, you hear her you hear her singing you say. She can do anything anything vocally. She can first off you say, how can anybody? How can anybody's vocal cords handle that? Yeah. That's what I said to begin with. I'm just like I am seeing. I'm seeing magic. I'm seeing a miracle. She's a kind of singer that when you when you hear it when when she's transferring and hits a certain voice, you say that's a miracle right there. There is a God. And and she has a gift that nobody else has because I could never approach anything like that. Right. And so, but it it's interesting to see musicians that you see that you you might see one John rebulk like Christmas music. No, they don't. Well. It's not, you know, I think one of the the the great things about the internet has been that, you know, you can find you can build a fan base a lot easier. If you're out there, and you're an independent Houston people can find you you can find people you can you can build your fan base in in fairly quick fashion. And you know, you you do that knew that was not the case before the internet. If you didn't have a record deal, you know, you basically could go do shows, but it wasn't going to be the same. You're not going to get that same exposure. But that exposure now is much greater because of. Social media. And if you're active on social media and on the internet, then you can you can promote yourself other people promote you, and then, you know, it becomes a really great thing. And the fans get the find really cool things just having a discussion with a producer, Brian before the show about some things some some really cool, documentaries and stuff that that otherwise likely before Netflix. You know, you're not gonna you'd have to search search them out and possibly wouldn't get made. But in today's world, great music. Great, great documentaries. Great movies, actually, get made. They may not get one point two billion dollars on their opening weekend. But nonetheless, they find they find a fan base. I I like that. I like that idea. That's okay. Keep Disney going. I got a pension exactly. I told you I told you, you know, the pension thing you don't have to worry about. Exactly Disney the launch of their new channel. Everybody's just chomping at the bit. Because it's going to be a Netflix type channel. And of course, now they own they all the Star Wars stuff. They on the Muppets they own all the marvel stuff. So it and then that subscription based Disney network is going to be huge. Thanks so much because it's always fascinating to see what some of our listeners do and. Yeah, I guess so. Yeah, we were Eric, and I both quite impressed. Thanks for sending us your and she wrote to us that she's taken care of helping take care of her mom. Yes. And we find that admirable, and and and just heart warming, and then and godless let's head to Sean in Nashville as we talk about William bar, everything that has happened this week concerning Russian collusion. Sean, welcome you're on Red Eye Radio. Hi, sean. Thanks for calling. We appreciate it. Good me too. Many people days are seen as little people on the United States and were overlooked, and you know, you notice as late Democrats just gone crazy nuts all these liberal, and socialist ideas, and we're basically forgotten about. Not sure where you're going. Mean who conservatives or forgotten about? Well, everybody I mean, you know, we we voted Trump in office. And they spent the last two years trying to overturn that. That's basically voter suppression. You know, they don't they don't wanna accept what America chose as their president. And so they wanna follow their own little liberal, and and socialist ideas, and they've got this Russian collusion. They've guy, you know, everybody's, you know, trying to cover up for Trump or cover up for some kind of, you know, conspiracy theory that they got between, you know, Russia and the president, and they basically tried to buy what American people which was. Okay. Okay. Now, understand exactly what you're absolutely right. It's a great point. And we've made it before. But I don't think we make it often enough Sean in that it discounts the people who went out and and elected. This is a duly elected president they want you to believe it's not and when they do that when they come up with Russian collusion, which was from zero didn't happen now. It's proven it didn't happen. It is to discount the people that shows him to be the president for whatever reason remember for again. And thank you, Sean. We appreciate it. You know for ten minutes. The liberal media was will maybe we need to go to the mid west and thing and see how they feel to them. Then all of a sudden sobered up and of. Yeah. No, we're not doing that. I think when you start talking about the the little guy, we, you know, we always hear about, you know, the the little guy out there. I think one lesson to take from this is in this instance, when you look at it. What the call them? The establishment? Call them, the bureaucrats, call them, deep state, whatever whatever you wish to call them. But they didn't go after the little guy this time. They went after the big guy. They they went if you look at this everything that happened here. You can't go after a bigger guy than they did. And just think about it. If they were successful. In creating a false narrative. Of of cues ING, a president with exactly what they were doing being dishonest in in that way. And if it finds if we really know that it the information came from the Kremlin. So you had the highest levels of government accusing president of treason when they were the ones that were using Russian disinformation and propaganda in order to take down a sitting president and take down not only sitting president. But the legitimacy of a duly elected president in an election where there was not fraud. And if they can do that. And if they succeeded at that or they got as close as they did to doing that. Then you was a little person you have no chance, right? Think about it that way, they didn't go after the little person this time, we always, but they never go after the big people. Yeah, they just falsely. Yeah. They just did the biggest the big you can't get bigger. Then the president of the United States, and they believe that they could do it. But they but in doing so as you said, you're absolutely right. What they tried to do is overturn. What the people of the United States voted for right? That's what they did to the process that we have the constitutional process that we had. They their only goal was to de-legitimize. And an absolutely sanctioned non-fraudulent presidential election in the United States, which means Ellie were they going after him. They were going after you, and they were going after your vote, and they were looking to marginalize your input into how this country is run. And they were trying to do it on a lie. So thank you so much for extrapolating out and explaining further because I think the last makes absolute great sets. Then think about that he won in those so-called flyover states. How many times has the left turned their nose or or look down their nose with their elitist attitude? Remember what Obama said? When he was referring to people in Pennsylvania. It was they cling to their God and guns the liberal media after Trump won will maybe we need to go to the mid west and trying to connect with the folks..

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"zach wild" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Listening to Red Eye Radio pilot flying j studios. It's Red Eye Radio. Gary mcnamara. Eight six six ninety of a Red Eye. Just I I've got to say this because of of leash or who called last hour, and we had some fun with just, you know, just sent me a Email, and but you and I with with her website, right? And she's played with some incredible base musician. She's musician. Yeah. Accomplished she she played with the what I call one of my favorite grunge bands of time. Right, which is cracker. Right. Which is just and David Lowery, probably doesn't view himself as grunge. But I always did. Yeah. What some of the the great of slash beat the song. I hate my generation right world needs. Now is another folk singer like I need a hole in my head one of my favorite lyrics of all time. Besides his lyric what the world needs. Now is another Frank Sinatra. So I can get you into bed. One of the greatest rock lyrics of all time for that time. When when when it when it came out, I out laughing when you when you here it, but thanks for studying the website because it was quite, you know, your website, very impressive. When you see the the stuff that she has done which impressed because we went, wow. Our listeners are accomplished. Man, we're not we're not they have superior lives. Pretty cool. That is real cool. And by the way, just that was just one of the things that I picked up on because I, you know, but the many other bands that she played with iber spans. Right. Right. The general public, right? And you know, just you think about it a ton of different genres of what great white. Yeah. Right. Yeah. She's definitely. Well, that's how you know, their your great musician. You're you're fitting into all of them, right? Yeah. They tell you when you when you can do everything. Yeah. Yeah. You can do everything. Yeah. Some of the people don't know that some of the the the Qatar out there that are you know, that are, you know, known for heavy metal Zach wild, for instance, for from Ozzy is I mean, he can sit there and pick country like nobody's business in a chick and picking his what they call it. And it's it's unreal. To. Well, you know, one of the things I love, and you probably do the same thing is because I know you follow some of them is transit during orchestra. Right, right. The Christmas heavy metal band is other Joel hoax drought, which is John introduced a warm up. It was a warm up for a share concept. You you were asking the other night. She had made some comments in the news. And yes is she still touring. And I said, well, yeah, I follow Joel from transsiberian orchestra and and whitesnake and he plays with her when she goes out to do shows. And I watched him do a warm up the other day on one of his videos, and it was a he's phenomenal. And I'd follow in. And I think I've got some downloads from Ernie welcome khloe Laurie who is from transit green on the west one. And she's the one that blows you away with revoke -als. Yeah. I mean, you hear her you hear her singing you say. She can do anything anything vocally. She can first off you say, how can anybody? How can anybody's vocal cords handle that? Yeah. That's what I said to begin with. Right. I'm just like I'm seeing I'm seeing magic. I'm seeing a miracle. She's the kind of singer that when you when you hear it when you when she's with transferring and hits a certain voice, you say that's a miracle right there. There is a God. And and she has a gift that nobody else has because I could never approach anything like that. Right. And so, but it it's interesting to see musicians that you see that you you might see some one John regal they played Christmas music. No, they don't. Well. It's you know, I think one of the the the great things about the internet has been that, you know, you can find you can build a fan base a lot easier. If you're out there, and you're an independent musician people can find you you can find people you can you can build your fan base in in fairly quick.

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"zach wild" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Where you guys have how many people there hundred thousand we mayhem in two thousand twelve and we did the biggest one ever in San Bernardino, and I think they had twenty five thousand, but yeah, we bid big places like that. Actually, the big four shows the one in Coachella, which was had to be sixty eighty thousand when you're the one Yankee Stadium and the ones in Europe or over eighty thousand so. What are you thinking when you see people digging you music, it's just as a bigger high than a small club or you dig the intimacy of that small club and being able to rock that thing with the acoustics. I think that intimacy is more fun for me. Right. But at the end of the day, I try to put on the same show because if you're playing for twenty two hundred twenty thousand nine hundred thousand you know, everybody paid right? And they deserve my best. That's another reason during during the day. That's another reason. I mean, I've broken that rule. Maybe ten times in my life, usually Zach wild. I got more. I got barred by Bob ramp from coming back whilst house because everytime. I would go to a half gallon while Turkey and our. Crown role and. We stupid shit and Bob rand said if I come up bring the crown Royal anymore. He's your size. He's giant. Loves to wrestle in like, you know, get rough house. You used to wear every now, and it's don't go shirt while you guys are playing on stage for a whole tour that I I was very flat with the fingers. Yeah. When did you start watching wrestling? I don't know man definitely in a better time than it is now. Change. I'll I'll be politically, correct. And say as James so me when I liked it. Of course, it was fake. And of course, it was you know, storylines and shit like that. But the characters are believable, right. The stone cold cactus, Jack fuck in rock, triple h undertaker Kane. These guys were scary could do some awesome shit in the ring and didn't need no stupid Bimbo tagging along with them. You know? And I liked it for that. It was cool. I went to a bunch. I went to wrestlemainia two thousand Anaheim. I went to one of the other pay per view. I got my floor seats still I met you at one of them out same when I'm at Jericho at which was speaking of we keep our conversation. We talk about Dave or a Paul the drummer's may keep seeming to rotate David borrow come in boss last name most f so what's the story on the comings and goings of the drummer, Dave. Mean he'd been back since two thousand one to that he came in one day, or when Paul the last son and every Paul Paul has been the band twice, and he left on good terms..

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"zach wild" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:35 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on KGO 810

"W two three five five one seven coast to coast AM cagey. Oh eighteen. Welcome back to coast to coast AM. All right. It was do sky got it right there on Twitter. That was Zach wild with his cover version of come together. Pretty cool. All right. Robert, let's get back to the phone calls. And we've got a lot to get in here. And I wanna go let's see let's go out west Mike in Reno Nevada. You're up next on coast to coast, welcome semi couple of quick questions. Would it be necessary or advantageous? I build a moon base. Is there healing suite on the moon? And Secondly this puzzles me greatly. I think I'm correct on this the Russians have never left earth orbit with a man craft. I don't know if it's the van Allen belts. I don't know why and getting controversial. If I may, you know, we have a lot of political divisions in this country idol think we could do anything and. And I find it interesting. I two nations in space when non Christian and in a sense on capitalist, Nazi Germany and communist Russia. So I'm looking at China, and I'm looking at India, I know that squall statement, but at least the first two questions, Robert thank you for that. Mike helium three on the moon, the moon base. All right. Well, a couple of things number one quickly. Yes, you're correct. Russian with manned spacecraft have never gone beyond low-earth-orbit, they sent around fourteen tropes. Tomorrow's and all of them failed. They sent several successful probes to Venus and to the moon. They actually did land a lunar Rover called Luna hot. But but that that's what they've done. Now. May of course, they've had many successful flights. To lower. It certainly have done that. But. Okay. The big question. Do we need to go to the moon before we go to Mars? No the and for quite a while. I've argued that we should make Mars our goal because Mars is where the scientists Mars is where the challenges and Mars where the future is. Now. The Trump administration has nevertheless decided on making the moon. The proximate goal. Nasa is frankly, not willing to embrace the challenge of humans to Mars parts of NASA are willing to embrace the challenge of a return to the moon. However, in fact, the dominant faction in Nassar right now, isn't even willing to do that. And they're pushing for a lunar orbiting space station, which they say is necessary step on the way to the moon, which is frankly ridiculous. And I was at a conference in Orlando. A couple of months ago where NASA official actually got up and said, why are we building the station. We're not ready to land on the moon. We don't know how to land on. I think what are you talking about? We landed on the moon fifty years ago and. So NASA has gotta get it. It it. It's a confidence back and perhaps in that sense returning to the moon. If they actually did it might be useful step in terms of returning NASA to a can do agency instead of a can't do agency. But this lunar orbiting station is a disaster. If you want to know what it is. It's significance. Is imagine. I offered you the following deal. I wanna rent you an office in Saskatoon, Canada, the rents a hundred thousand dollars a month. It's a thirty year lease there's no exit clause. You have to pay to build the building you have to spend one month per year for the rest of your life, incest catoon, and if you want to fly anywhere from where you live you must travel through Saskatoon from now on okay? Is this deal that you would like I you being seen to accept such a deal? That's the deal that Nastas currently offering America by building a lunar orbiting space station, which is in a weird orbit, by the way. It's a two-week orbit around the moon. And it means that only once every two weeks you could travel to it only once every two weeks you could travel from it to the moon or from the moon to it. So if you're actually on the surface of the moon, and you wanna come home the bus only comes by once every two weeks, which actually imposes risk on the lunar base. It's it's not something you want it all so this is a a really bad idea. And you know, it's one of these things where if NASA insists they must go to the moon before we go to Mars, then my answer to them as well. I don't agree with that. But if you must go to the moon before you go to the March, then get on with it. Let's go to I come up with something else. You have to do before you go. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Let's go to first time caller. Let's go to John in Chesapeake Virginia. John. Welcome. John. Okay. We don't have John. So let's go to international. Let's go to Joe in British Columbia. You're up next on coast. Oh, hi, Jimmy. How you doing? I'm doing good. Joe? Okay. How is it must've Villepin? I'm to. Oh. Thank you. I have one question for MRs up in some scientists believe that days, they have poisonous sky Sunday atmosphere of the Mars bitches on gas. Is it to is it the dot Masara Mars is if both people the atmosphere is not breathe the ball because it's mostly carbon dioxide carbon dioxide is not poisonous. We have it here on earth. Of course, it's it's sued for plants, but it's not what we breathe we. But it's not poisonous like poison gas or cyanide or something. It's, but you do need to have a space suit on Mars where you have an oxygen supply or a habitat on Mars, which has got an oxygen containing atmosphere in it. How much oxygen is in the atmosphere on the surface of Mars meat free oxygen very little like tenths of a percent. A tenth of a percent. So we you take your it's it's insignificant. Right. But you know, there was no free oxygen on earth to speak of until they were plants here. Right, right. Free oxygen is an artifact of plants 'cause oxygen trae reactive. It doesn't want to stay free at wants to bind to to other things like metals carbon other stuff. And so it's plants that have to keep as it were unpacking it and putting it into the atmosphere with our space telescopes if we ever spine a spectrum. Of a atmosphere of a planet orbiting another star. And we see it has reaction that will tell us this life there. Let's go to wildcard Dave out in New Jersey. Dave, welcome. You're up next. Hey, jamie. It's really not Dave from New Jersey. It's not who is it. It's the Martian Jimmy. Okay. Dave. Be two three seven nine is my name. Okay. Fair enough day Fahrenheit. Okay. Now, we have been demars. I've been there regularly. And I it was McDonald's hair and next. Mcdonald's was Brownsville really on Mars. Not really, okay. I was going to say what's the cost of a Big Mac Mars versus here. That's my question. What do you have for Robert Zuber tonight? Oh, well, I'm sorted. I'm sure we went to the move by. They had this space buggy how they get the space buggy services mood. The you're talking about it was the it was like a very lightweight. Hot. Rod. It was it was a two person Bucky, and it was built so light that you you could pick it up and and carry it around even on earth. I mean, it was like the weight of a bicycle. And what about Dave? Thank you for the phone call, by the way, that's a great question. And this is the other the Robert I've been very confused. Why don't we send something like that to Mars? I mean, the Mars Rover right now that is you know, it's slow it's tiny. It's small. Why don't we build a hot rod like the lunar Rover? And let's let's cover some ground. Well, the thing is this the lunar Rover could be fast because it had you mean drivers in it. The the Rover curiosity Rover that we have on Mars is actually the size of a Volkswagen. It it's it's it's bigger and much heavier than the lunar Rover was, but it's an automated Rover, and you know, there's a time lag radio signals from earth to Mars now. It is the curiosity Rover does have some smarts. If. It will avoid walking right into Iraq or something. But the, but nevertheless, it has to be told what to do. And then it travels a hundred yards and then it stops in the waits for the next command. Let's I've got a couple of personal questions. I'm gonna get those out of the way after this next phone call. Let's go to Charlie in Bristol, Tennessee, Charlie you're up next. Hey, guys, fascinating show has anyone ever considered? Maybe they've done this sending maybe anaerobic bacteria on mobile probes or maybe even cockroaches copper accuser indestructible. Still need oxygen though. Right. I would think Robert what about doing the opposite sending likes to Mars like bacteria or bugs? Well, of course in the long run. We're gonna send people and people will bring back terrier wisdom Nassar right now has a program in which they try to make sure that nothing. No 'Bacterial get to Mars because they're afraid that if bacteria get to Mars, we won't know, if we find bacteria on Mars, weather, we brought them or whether they were already there. Now. In fact, let me tell you if there's native life on Mars, they'll also be fossils of that life on Mars. That's right native. It was there in the past. And so this is really a false fear. And there's a lot of people nasty going around right now saying we should never send people to Mars, but I think you're sending people you will bacteria, and then they say, we'll never know if there's life on Mars we go to. The Mars with people we find life on Mars. If it's native will also find fossils and other biomarkers, and will know that it was there before we got there. It's the same way, you know, that the French actually exist that they get it all just show up when you did. Because you go to France, you see that there's buildings that were built before you were there. Okay. And you know, I it it's that's just how it is. And and this idea that we won't know if we brought it because the fossils could have been created along with the planet. That's like the people that don't believe in evolution and say, God created the fossils when he created the planet. And so there really weren't dinosaurs. It's just you know, God playing a trick on us. Something is a ridiculous idea. But let me jump in before we run out of time. Speaking of fossils. There was an image. That surfaced about three years ago that for the life of me, I couldn't figure out and it looked like and there was two in the picture of floating spoon. And that there's no other way to describe it. It was a spoon that was floating with a shadow and NASA said that that was just natural wind formations over millions and millions of years. Well, as far as I know I've never seen a floating spoon here on earth. But anyway. Did you see that image? What do you think that is could that have been something leftover? I I'm actually not familiar with that image. But once again, I think images so that type the there's any number of of of of things photographs of rock, you know, in in in Santa Fe where I live for a little while there's a Iraq. It looks like a camel, and it wasn't a sculpture. It's just purely natural. But it sure looks like a camel we have Castlerock here in Colorado, the John F Kennedy mountain, the these things are not proof. But believe me, we send people to Mars or we're going to go fossil hunting, and we will probably find fossils. And once again, if there's native life on Mars, there's fossils because if it's native it was there in the past. And we'll have left remains when how often? Are you too? When I look at some of the curiosity images, the three sixty and I look around at the surface of Mars, it just looks like a debris field to me. It doesn't look natural most of it looks natural. But there are things there that just seem a little out of place. How open are when you look at those photographs. Do you just dismiss everything is just natural rocks? It's just old. That's that's all it is..

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"zach wild" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:40 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Three seven seven drug eight three three three seven seven thirty seven eighty four. Welcome back to coast to coast AM, right? It was do sky got it right there on Twitter. That was Zach wild with his cover version of come together. Pretty cool. All right. Robert, let's get back to the phone calls. We've got a lot to get in here. And I wanna go. Let's see let's go out west Mike in Reno Nevada. You're up next on coast to coast. Welcome. Couple of quick questions. Would it be necessary or advantageous? I build a moon base. Is there a healing suite on the moon? And Secondly this puzzles me greatly. I think I'm correct on this the Russians have never left earth orbit with a man craft. I don't know if it's the van Allen belts. I don't know why and getting controversial. If I may, you know, we have a lot of political divisions in this country idol think we could do anything. And and I find it interesting. I two nations in space when Christian and in a sense on capitalist, Nazi Germany and communist Russia. So I'm looking at China, and I'm looking at India. I know that Cisco statement, but at least the first two questions, Robert thank you for that. Mike helium three on the moon, the moon base. All right. A couple of things number one quickly. Yes, you're correct Russian. With manned spacecraft have never gone beyond low-earth orbit. They sent around fourteen tropes. Tomorrow's and all of them failed. They sent several successful probes to Venus and to the moon. They actually did land a lunar Rover called Luna hot. But but that that's what they've done. Now. May of course, they've had many successful flights to what were they certainly have done that. But. Okay. The big question. Do we need to go to the moon before we go to Mars? No the and for quite a while. I've argued that we should make Mars our goal because I- is where the scientists Mars is where the challenges and Marsh where the future is. Now. The Trump administration has nevertheless decided on making the moon. The proximate goal. Nasa is frankly, not willing to embrace the challenge of humans to Mars parts of NASA are willing to embrace the challenge of a return to the moon. However, in fact, the dominant faction and Nassar right now, isn't even willing to do that. And they're pushing for a lunar orbiting space station, which they say it's a necessary step on the way to the moon, which is frankly ridiculous. And I was at a conference in Orlando. A couple of months ago where NASA official actually got up and said why we building the station. We're not ready to land on the moon. We don't know how to land on. I think what are you talking about? We landed on the moon fifty years ago and. So NASA got a kid. It's it it. It's a confidence back and perhaps in that sense returning to the moon. If they actually did it might be full step in terms of returning NASA to a can-do agency instead of a can't do agency. But this lunar orbiting station is a disaster. If you want to know, what is it significance is imagine. I offered you the following deal. I wanna rent you an office in Saskatoon, Canada, the rents one hundred thousand dollars a month. It's a thirty year lease there's no exit clause. You have to pay to build the building you have to spend one month per year for the rest of your life in fast catoon, and if you want to fly anywhere from where you live you must travel through Saskatoon from now on okay? Is this a deal that you would like I you be insane to accept such deal? That's the deal that Nastas currently offering America by building a lunar orbiting space station, which is in a weird orbit, by the way. It's an a two week orbit around the moon. And it means that only once every two weeks you could travel to it only once every two weeks you could travel from it to the moon or from the moon to it. So if you're actually on the surface of the moon, and you wanna come home the bus only comes by once every two weeks, which actually imposes risk on the lunar base. It's it's not something you want it all so this is a a really bad idea. And you know, it's one of these things where if NASA insists they must go to the moon before we go to Mars, then my answer to them as well. I don't agree with that. But if you must go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Let's go to I come up with something else. You have to do before you go. Yeah. That's right. That's right. The first time caller, let's go to John in Chesapeake Virginia. John. Welcome. John. Okay. We don't have John. So let's go to international. Let's go to Joe in British Columbia. You're up next on coast. Oh, hi, Jimmy. How you doing? I'm doing good. Joe? Okay. How is helping? I'm due to. Thank you. I have one question for MRs up in Alaska. Some scientists believe that days. A poisonous gas atmosphere of the Mars mitch's then on gas. Is it true? Is it the dot Mr. Mars is it both for the atmosphere is not three the ball because it's mostly carbon dioxide carbon dioxide is not poisonous. We have it here on earth. Of course. It's it's food for plants. But it's not what we breathe we. But it's not poisonous like poison gas or cyanide or something. It's, but you do need to have a space suit on Mars where you have an oxygen supply or a habitat on Mars, which has got an oxygen containing atmosphere in it. How much oxygen is in the atmosphere on the surface of Mars meat free oxygen? Yeah. Very little like tenths of a percent. A tenth of a percent. So we you take your it's insignificant. Right. But you know, there was no free oxygen on earth to speak of until they were plants here. Right. Right. Free oxygen is an artifact of plants because oxygen very reactive doesn't want to stay free at wants to bind to to other things like metals carbon other stuff. And so it's plants that have to keep as it were unpacking it and putting it into the atmosphere with our space telescopes. If we ever spine a spectrum of a atmosphere of a planet orbiting another star. And we see it has free oxygen that will tell us this life there. Let's go to wildcard Dave out in New Jersey. Dave, welcome. You're up next. Hey, jamie. It's really not Dave from New Jersey. It's not who is it. It's I'm a Martian, Jimmy. Okay. Dave. Be two three seven nine is my name. Okay. Fair enough day fair enough. Okay. Now, we have been demars I've been there regularly. And I it was McDonald's hair and next to McDonald's was Brownsville really on Mars. No, not really, okay. I was gonna say what's the cost of a Big Mac on Mars versus here. That's my question. What do you have for Robert Zuber tonight? Oh, well, I'm sorted. I'm sure we went to the move by. They had the space by the space buggy serves the mood. The oh, you're talking about was the it was like a very lightweight. Hot. Rod. It was it was a two person Bucky, and it was built so light that you you could pick it up and carry it around even on earth. I mean, it was like the weight of a bicycle. And what about Dave? Thank you for the phone call, by the way, that's a great question. And this is the other Robert I've been very confused. Why don't we send something like that to Mars? I mean, the Mars Rover right now that it's you know, it's slow it's tiny. It's small. Why don't we build a hot ride like the lunar Rover? And let's let's cover some ground. Well, the thing is this the lunar Rover could be fast because it had you mean drivers in it. The the Rover curiosity Rover that we have on Mars is actually the size of a Volkswagen. It it's it's it's bigger and much heavier than the lunar over was, but it's an automated Rover, and you know, there's a time lag could radio signals from earth to Mars now the curiosity Rover does have some smarts. If. It will avoid walking right into a rock or something. But the, but nevertheless, it has to be told what to do. And then it travels a hundred yards and then it stops and waits for the next command. Let's I've got a couple of personal questions. I'm going to get those out of the way after this next phone call. Let's go to Charlie in Bristol, Tennessee, Charlie you're up next. Hey, guys, fascinating show has anyone ever considered? Maybe they've done this sending maybe anaerobic bacteria on love of probes or maybe even cockroaches copra three indestructible. Still need oxygen though. Right. I would think Ron is what about doing the opposite sending life. Tomorrow's like bacteria or bugs. Well, of course in the long run. We're innocent people and people will bring back terrier with them NASA right now has a program in which they try to make sure that nothing. No bacteria get to Mars because they're afraid that if bacteria get to Mars, we won't know, if we find bacteria on Mars, weather, we brought them or whether they were already there. Now. In fact, let me tell you if there's native life on Mars, they'll also be fossils of that life on Mars. That's right native. It was there in the past. And so this is really a false fear. And there's a lot of people NASA going around right now saying we should never send people to Mars because I think you're sending people you Wilson bacteria, and then they will never know if there's life on Mars, we go to Ma. Mars with people. We find life on Mars. If it's native will also find fossils and other biomarkers, and will know that it was there before we got there. It's the same way, you know, that the French actually exist that they didn't all just show up when you did. Because you go to France, you see that there's buildings that were built before you were there. Okay. And you know, it it's that's just how it is. And and this idea that we won't know if we brought it because the fossils could have been created along with the planet. That's like the people that don't believe in evolution and say, God created the fossils when he created the planet. And so there really weren't dinosaurs. It's just, you know, God playing a trick on us or something is a ridiculous idea. But sway me jump in before we run out of time. Speaking of fossils, there was an image that. That surfaced about three years ago that for the life of me, I couldn't figure out and it looked like and there was two in the picture of floating spoon. And that there's no other way to describe it. It was a spoon that was floating with a shadow and NASA said that that was just natural wind formations over millions and millions of years. Well, as far as I know I've never seen a floating spoon here on earth. But anyway, did you see that image? What do you think that is could that have been something leftover? I I'm actually not familiar with that image. But once again, I think images of that type there's any number of of things photographs of rock, you know, in in in Santa Fe, where I live for a little while there's a a rock it looks like a camel, and it wasn't a sculpture. It's just purely natural..

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"zach wild" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

13:54 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. Welcome back to coast to coast AM do sky got it right there on Twitter. That was Zach wild with his cover version of come together. Pretty cool. All right. Robert, let's get back to the phone calls. We've got a lot to get in here. And I wanna go. Let's see let's go out west Mike in Reno Nevada. You're up next on coast to coast. Welcome. Thanks a couple of quick questions. Would it be necessary or advantageous to I build a moon base? Is there helium suite on the moon? And Secondly this puzzles me greatly. I think I'm correct on this the Russians have never left earth orbit with a man craft. I don't know if it's the van Alabama. I don't know why and giving controversial. If I may, you know, we have a lot of political divisions in this country. I don't think we could do anything. And and I find it interesting. I two nations in space when non Christian and in a sense on capitalist, Nazi Germany and communist Russia. So I'm looking at China, and I'm looking at India. I know that's that scroll statement. But at least the first two questions, Robert thank you for that. Mike helium three on the moon, the moon base. All right. A couple of things number one quickly. Yes, you're correct Russian. With manned spacecraft have never gone beyond low-earth-orbit, they sent around fourteen tropes. Tomorrow's and all of them failed. They sent several successful probes to Venus and to the moon. They actually did land a lunar Rover called Luna hot. But but that that's what they've done. Now. May of course, they've had many successful flights to lower warp it. They certainly have done that. But. Okay. The big question. Do we need to go to the moon before we go to Mars? No the and for quite a while. I've argued that we should make Mars our goal because Mars is where the scientists Mars is where the challenges and Marsh where the future is. Now. The Trump administration has nevertheless decided on making the moon. The proximate goal. Nasa is frankly, not willing to embrace the challenge of humans to Mars parts of NASA are willing to embrace the challenge of a return to the moon. However, in fact, the dominant faction in Nassar right now, isn't even willing to do that. And they're pushing for a lunar orbiting space station, which they say is a necessary step on the way to the moon, which is frankly ridiculous. And I was at a conference in Orlando. A couple of months ago where a NASA official actually got up and said, why are we building the station. We're not ready to land on the moon. We don't know how to land on. I think what are you talking about? We landed on the moon fifty years ago. And. So NASA has gotta get it. It it. It's a confidence back and perhaps in that sense returning to the moon. If they actually did it might be useful step in terms of returning NASA to a can-do agency instead of a can't do agency. But this lunar orbiting station is a disaster. If if you want to know what it is it's significance is imagine. I offered you the following deal. I wanna rent you an office in Saskatoon, Canada, the rents a hundred thousand dollars a month. It's a thirty year lease there's no exit clause. You have to pay to build the building you have to spend one month per year for the rest of your life in Saskatoon. And if you want to fly anywhere from where you live you must travel through Saskatoon from now on okay? Is this a deal that you would like I you be insane to accept such a deal? That's the deal that Nastas currently offering America by building a lunar orbiting space station, which is in a weird orbit, by the way, it's an two week orbit around the moon. And it means that only once every two weeks you could travel to it only once every two weeks you could travel from it to the moon or from the moon to it. So if you're actually on the surface of the moon, and you wanna come home the bus only comes by once every two weeks, which actually imposes risk on the lunar base. It's it's not something you want it all so this is a a really bad idea. And you know, it's one of these things where if NASA insists they must go to the moon before we go to Mars, then my answer to them as well. I don't agree with that. But if you must go to the moon before you go to March, then get on with it. Let's go to I come up with something else. You have to do before you go. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Let's go to first time caller. Let's go to John in Chesapeake Virginia. John. Welcome. John. Okay. We don't have John. So let's go to international. Let's go to Joe in British Columbia. You're up next on coast. Oh, hi, Jimmy. How you doing? I'm doing good. Joe? Okay. How is mestizo pin? I'm due to. Oh, thank you. I have a question for MRs up in some scientists believe that days poisonous gas. I'm server atmosphere of the Marsh bitches and on gas. Is it true? Is it the dots Masara MARCY Basabose people? The atmosphere is not breathe the ball because it's mostly carbon dioxide carbon dioxide is not poisonous. We have it here on earth. Of course. It's it's food for plants. But it's not what we breathe we. But it's not poisonous like poison gas or cyanide or something it's, but you do need to have a space suit on Mars where you have an oxygen supply or a habitat on Mars, which has got an oxygen containing atmosphere in it. How much oxygen is in the atmosphere on the surface of Mars. Meat free oxygen. Yeah. Very little like tenths of a percent. A tenth of a percent. So we you take your it's a it's insignificant. Right. But you know, there was no free oxygen on earth to speak of until they were plants here. Right, right. Free oxygen is an artifact of plants because oxygen very reactive. It doesn't want to stay free at wants to bind to to other things like metals carbon other stuff. And so it's plants that have to keep as it were unpacking it and putting it into the atmosphere with our space telescopes if we ever spine a spectrum of a yeah fear of a planet orbiting another star. And we see it has free oxygen. That will tell us this life there. Let's go to a wildcard Dave out in New Jersey. Dave, welcome. You're up next. Hey, jamie. It's really not Dave from New Jersey. It's not who is it. It's I'm the Martian, Jimmy. Okay. Dave. Eighty two three seven nine is my name. Okay. Fair enough day fair enough. Now, we have been demars. I've been there regularly. And I it was McDonald's hair. And next to McDonald's was a Bronco really on Mars. No, not really, okay. I was gonna say what's the cost of a Big Mac on Mars versus here. That's my question. What do you have for Robert Zuber tonight? Oh, well, I'm sorted. I'm sure we went to the back. They had the space by the how they get their space, buggy servicing mood. The oh you're talking about. It was the it was like a very lightweight. Hot. Rod. It was it was a two person Bucky, and it was built so light that you you could pick it up and carry it around even on earth. I mean, it was like the weight of a bicycle. And what about Dave? Thank you for the phone call, by the way, that's a great question. And this is the other Robert I've been very confused. Why don't we send something like that to Mars? I mean, the Mars Rover right now that is you know, it's slow it's tiny. It's small. Why don't we build a hot ride like the the lunar Rover, and let's let's cover some ground. Well, the thing is this the lunar Rover could be fast because it had you mean drivers in it. The the Rover curiosity Rover that we have on Mars is actually the size of a Volkswagen. It it's it's it's bigger and much heavier than the lunar Rover was, but it's an automated Rover, and you know, there's a time lag and radio signals from earth to Mars now. Is the curiosity Rover does have some smarts. If it will avoid walking right into Iraq or something. But the, but nevertheless, it has to be told what to do. And then it travels one hundred yards and then it stops and waits for the next command. Let's I've got a couple of personal questions. I'm going to get those out of the way after this next phone calls. Go to Charlie in Bristol, Tennessee, Charlie you're up next. Hey, guys, fascinating show has anyone ever considered? Maybe they've done this sending maybe anaerobic bacteria on of probes or maybe even cockroaches cockroaches during destructible still need oxygen though. Right. I would think Robert what about doing the opposite sending life to Mars like bacteria or bugs? Well, of course in the long run. We're gonna send people and people will bring bacteria with them NASA right now has a program in which they try to make sure that nothing. No bacteria get to Mars because they're afraid that if bacteria get to Mars, we won't know, if we find bacteria on Mars, weather, we brought them or whether they were already there. Now. In fact, let me tell you if there's native life on Mars. They'll also be fossils. Of that life on Mars. That's right native. It was there in the past. And so this is really a false fear. And there's a lot of people nasty going around right now saying we should never send people to Mars because you're sending people you Wilson bacteria. And then they say, we'll never know if there's life on Mars, we go to Mars with people we find life on Mars, if it's native will also find fossils and other biomarkers and will know that it was there before we got there. It's the same way, you know, that the French actually exist that they didn't all just show up when you did. Because you go to France, you see that there's buildings that were built before you were there. Okay. And you know, I it it's. That's just how it is. And and this idea that we won't know if we brought it because the fossils could have been created along with the planet. That's like the people that don't believe in evolution and say, God created the fossils when he created the planet. And so there really weren't dinosaurs. It's just you know. God playing a trick on us or something is too ridiculous idea. But. Let me jump in before we run out of time. Speaking of fossils. There was an image that surfaced about three years ago that for the life of me, I couldn't figure out and it looked like and there was two in the picture of floating spoon. And that there's no other way to describe it. It was a spoon that was floating with the shadow and NASA said that that was just natural wind formations over millions and millions of years. Well, as far as I know I've never seen a floating spoon here on earth. But anyway, did you see that image? What do you think that is could that have been something leftover? I I'm actually not familiar with that image. But once again, I think images of that type there's any number of of of of things photographs of rock, you know, in in in Santa Fe where I live for a little while there's a a rock that looks like a camel and. It wasn't a sculpture just purely natural. But it sure as hell looks like a camel we have Castlerock here in Colorado, the John F Kennedy mountain, the these things are not proof. But. Believe me, we send people to Mars or we're gonna go fossil hunting, and we will probably find fossils. And once again, if there's native life on Mars, there's fossils of it. Because if it's native it was there in the past, and it.

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"zach wild" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:10 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Eight three three three seven seven thirty seven eighty four. Wake up informed to say, Alexa, set my alarm to play nine seventy tell ya every day at six AM. Welcome back to coast to coast AM. All right. It was do sky got it right there on Twitter. That was Zach wild with his cover version of come together. Pretty cool. All right. Robert, let's get back to the phone calls. We've got a lot to get in here. And I wanna go. Let's see let's go out west Mike in Reno Nevada. You're up next on coast to coast. Welcome. Thanks to me a couple of quick questions. Would it be necessary or advantageous to I build a moon base? Is there helium suite on the moon? And Secondly this puzzles me greatly. I think I'm correct on this the Russians have never left earth orbit with a man craft. I don't know if it's the van Allen belts. I don't know why and getting controversial. If I may, you know, we have a lot of political divisions in this country idol think we could do anything. And and I find it interesting. I two nations in space when non Christian and in a sense on capitalist, Nazi Germany and communist Russia. So I'm looking at China, and I'm looking at India. I know that scrawl statement. But at least the first two questions, Robert. Yeah. Thank you for that. Mike helium three on the moon, the moon base. All right. Well, a couple of things number one quickly. Yes, you're correct. Russian with manned spacecraft have never gone by the on low-earth orbit. They sent around fourteen tropes. Tomorrow's and all of them failed. They sent several successful probes to Venus and to the moon. They actually did land a lunar Rover called the Luna hot. But but that that's what they've done. Now. May of course, they've had many successful flights to lower warp. It certainly. Done that. But. Okay. The big question. Do we need to go to the moon before we go to Mars? No the and for quite a while. I've argued that we should make Mars our goal because Mars is where the scientists Mars is where the challenges and Mars where the future is. Now. The Trump administration has nevertheless decided on making the moon. The proximate goal. Nasa is frankly, not willing to embrace the challenge of human tomorrow. Parts of NASA are willing to embrace the challenge of a return to the moon. However, in fact, the dominant faction in Nassar right now, isn't even willing to do that. And they're pushing for a lunar orbiting space station, which they say is a necessary step on the way to the moon, which is frankly ridiculous. And I was at a conference in Orlando a couple of months ago. A NASA official actually got up and said why we building the station. We're not ready to land on the moon. We don't know how to land on. What are you talking about? We landed on the moon fifty years ago. And. So NASA gotta kid. It's it it. It's a confidence back and perhaps in that sense returning to the moon. If they actually did it might be useful step in terms of returning NASA to a can-do agency instead of a can't do agency. But this lunar orbiting station is a disaster. If you if you want to know what it is it significance is imagine. I offered you the following deal. I wanna rent you an office in Saskatoon, Canada, the rents a hundred thousand dollars a month. It's a thirty year lease there's no exit clause. You have to pay to build the building you have to spend one month per year for the rest of your life fast catoon, and if you want to fly anywhere from where you live you must travel through Saskatoon from now on okay? Is this a deal that you would like I you be insane to accept such deal? That's the deal that NASA is currently offering America by building a lunar orbiting space station, which is in a weird orbit, by the way. It's an a two week orbit around the moon. And it means that only once every two weeks you could travel to it only once every two weeks you could travel from it to the moon or from the moon to it. So if you're actually on the surface of the moon, and you wanna come home the bus only comes by once every two weeks, which actually imposes risk on the lunar base. It's it's not something you want it all so this is a a really bad idea. And you know, it's one of these things where if NASA insists they must go to the moon before we go to Mars, then my answer to them as well. I don't agree with that. But if you must go to the moon before you go to March, then get on with it. Let's go to I come up with something else. You have to do before you go. Yeah. That's right. That's right now, let's go to first time caller. Let's go to John in Chesapeake Virginia. John. Welcome. John. Okay. We don't have John. So let's go to international. Let's go to Joe in British Columbia. You're up next on coast. Oh, hi, Jimmy. How you doing? I'm doing good. Joe? Okay. How is must've Villepin? I'm due to. Oh, thank you. I have one question for MRs upping. Some scientists believe that they have poisonous gas. I'm the atmosphere of Mars bitches then on gas. Is it to is the darkness Mars is it? Both people the atmosphere is not breathe the ball because it's mostly carbon dioxide carbon dioxide is not poisonous. We have it here on earth. Of course. It's it's food for plants. But it's not what we breathe we. But it's not poisonous like poison gas or cyanide or something it's, but you do need to have a space suit on Mars where you have an oxygen supply or a habitat on Mars, which has got an oxygen containing atmosphere in it. How much oxygen is in the atmosphere on the surface of Mars meat free oxygen? Yeah. Very little. Like a tenth of a percent a tenth of a percent. So we you take your it's it's insignificant. Right. But you know, there was no free oxygen on earth to speak of until they were plants here. Right. Right. Free oxygen is an artifact of plants because oxygen very reactive. It doesn't want to stay free at wants to bind to to other things like metals carbon other stuff. And so it's plants that have to keep as it were unpacking it and putting it into the atmosphere with our space telescopes if we ever spine a spectrum of a atmosphere of a planet orbiting another star. And we see it has free oxygen, and that will tell us this life there. Let's go to wildcard Dave out in New Jersey. Dave, welcome. You're up next. Hey, jamie. It's really not Dave from New Jersey. It's not who is it. It's I'm the Martian, Jimmy. Okay. Dave. Be two three seven nine by name. Okay. Fair enough day fair enough. Okay. Now, we have been to Mars. I've been there regularly. And I it was McDonald's hair. And actually McDonald's was a Bronco really on Mars. No, not really, okay. I was gonna say what's the cost of a Big Mac on Mars versus here. That's my question. What do you have for Robert do Brin tonight? Oh, well, I'm not sure we went to move by. They had the space by the how they get their space buggy down serves mood. The oh you're talking about. It was the it was like a very lightweight. Hot. Rod. It was it was a two person Bucky, and it was built so light that you you could pick it up, and and and carry it around even on earth. I mean, it was like the weight of a bicycle and what about Dave? Thank you for the phone call, by the way, that's a great question. And this is the other Robert I've been very confused. Why don't we send something like that tomorrow? I mean, the Mars Rover right now that is you know, it's slow it's tiny. It's small. Why don't we build a hot ride like the lunar Rover? And let's let's cover some ground. Well, the thing is this the lunar Rover could be fast because it had mean drivers in it. The the Rover curiosity Rover that we have on Mars is actually the size of a Volkswagen. It it's it's it's bigger much heavier than the lunar Rover was, but it's an automated Rover, and you know, there's a time lag could radio signals from earth to Mars now. He's the curiosity Rover does have some smarts. If it will avoid walking right into Iraq or something. But the, but nevertheless, it has to be told what to do. And then it travels a hundred yards and then it stops and waits for the next command. Let's I've got a couple of personal questions. I'm going to get those out of the way after this next phone call. Let's go to Charlie in Bristol, Tennessee, Charlie you're up next. Hey, guys, fascinating show has anyone ever considered? Maybe they've done this sending maybe anaerobic bacteria on levels probes. Or maybe even cockroaches cockroaches three indestructible. Still need oxygen though. Right. I would think Robert is what about doing the opposite sending life to Mars like bacteria or or bugs? Well, of course in the long run. We're going to send people and people will bring bacteria with them NASA right now has a program in which they try to make sure that nothing. No bacteria get to Mars because they're afraid that if bacteria get to Mars, we won't know, if we find bacteria on Mars, weather, we brought them or whether they were already there. Now. In fact, let me tell you if there's native life on Mars, they'll also be fossils of that life on Mars. That's right. It was there in the past. And so this is really a false fear. And there's a lot of people NASA going around right now saying we should never send people to Mars because you're sending people you Wilson bacteria. And then say, we'll never know if there's life on Mars go to. Mars with people. We find life on Mars. If it's native will also find fossils and other biomarkers, and will know that it was there before we got there. It's the same way, you know, that the French actually exist that they didn't all just show up when you did. Because you go to France, you see that there's buildings that were built before you were there. Okay. And you know, I it it's that's just how it is. And and this idea that we won't know if we brought it because the fossils could have been created along with the planet. That's like the people that don't believe in and say, God created the fossils when he created the planet. And so there really weren't dinosaurs. It's just you know, God playing a trick on us. Something is ridiculous idea. But. Let me jump in before we run out of time. Speaking of fossils. There was an image that surfaced about three years ago that for the life of me, I couldn't figure out and it looked like and there was two in the picture of floating spoon. And that there's no other way to describe it. It was a spoon that was floating with the shadow and NASA said that that was just natural wind formations over millions and millions of years. Well, as far as I know I've never seen a floating spoon here on earth..

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"zach wild" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on KNSS

"And thirteen thirty and s s. Welcome back to coast to coast AM, are I do sky got it right there on Twitter. That was Zach wild with his cover version of come together. Pretty cool. All right. Robert, let's get back to the phone calls. And we've got a lot to get in here. And I wanna go let's see let's go out west Mike in Reno Nevada. You're up next on coast to coast. Welcome thanks to a couple of quick questions. Would it be necessary or advantageous to I build a moon base? Is there healing suite on the moon? And Secondly this puzzles me greatly. I think I'm correct on this the Russians have never left earth orbit with a man craft. I don't know if it's the van Allen belts. I don't know why and getting controversial. If I may, you know, we have a lot of political divisions in this country idol think we could do anything and. And I find it interesting. I two nations in space when non Christian and in a sense capitalist, Nazi Germany and communist Russia. So I'm looking at China, and I'm looking at India. I know that scroll statement, but at least the first two questions, Robert thank you for that. Mike helium three on the moon, the moon base. All right. A couple of things number one quickly. Yes, you're correct Russian with manned spacecraft have never gone beyond low-earth orbit. They sent around fourteen robes, tomorrow's and all of them failed. They sent several successful probes to Venus and to the moon. They actually did land a lunar Rover called the Luna hot. But but that that's what they've done. Now. May of course, they've had many successful flights. To lower warp it. They certainly have done that. But. Okay. The big question. Do we need to go to the moon before we go to Mars? No the and for quite a while. I've argued that we should make Mars our goal because Mars is where the scientists Mars is where the challenges and Mars where the future is. Now. The Trump administration has nevertheless decided on making the moon. The proximate goal. Nasa is frankly, not willing to embrace the challenge of humans to Mars parts of NASA are willing to embrace the challenge of a return to the moon. However, in fact, the dominant faction in Nassar right now, isn't even willing to do that. And they're pushing for a lunar orbiting space station, which they say is necessary step on the way to the moon, which is frankly ridiculous. And I was at a conference in Orlando. A couple of months ago. Nasa official actually got up and said, why are we building the station. We're not ready to land on the moon. We don't know how to land on. What are you talking about? We landed on the moon fifty years ago and the. So NASA has got a kid. It's it it. It's a confidence back and perhaps in that sense returning to the moon. If they actually did it might be useful step in terms of returning NASA to a can-do agency instead of a can't do agency. But this lunar orbiting station is a disaster. If if you want to know what it is it significance is imagine. I offered you the filing deal. I wanna rent you an office in Saskatoon, Canada, the rents a hundred thousand dollars a month. It's a thirty year lease there's no exit clause. You have to pay to build the building you have to spend one month per year for the rest of your life, in fact, catoon, and if you want to fly anywhere from where you live you must travel through Saskatoon from now on okay? Is this a deal that you would like I you being seen to accept such a deal? That's the deal that Nash is currently offering America by building a lunar orbiting space station, which is in a weird orbit, by the way. It's a two week orbit around the moon. And it means that only once every two weeks you could travel to it only once every two weeks you could travel from it to the moon or from the moon to it. So if you're actually on the surface of the moon, and you wanna come home the bus only comes by once every two weeks, which actually imposes risk on the lunar base. It's it's not something you want it all so this is a a really bad idea. And you know, it's one of these things where if NASA insists they must go to the moon before we go to Mars, then my answer to them as well. I don't agree with that. But if you must go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Let's go to I come up with something else. You have to do before you go. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Let's go to first time caller. Let's go to John in Chesapeake Virginia. John. Welcome. John. Okay. We don't have John. So let's go to international. Let's go to Joe in British Columbia. You're up next on coast. Oh, hi, Jim. How you doing? I'm doing good. Joe? Okay. How is Mr. zipping? I'm fine too. Thank you. I have a question for MRs up in. Well, that some scientists believe that days a poisonous gas. I'm after say of the Mars bitches then on gas. Is it to is it the dot Masara Mars is it. Both people the atmosphere is not breathe the ball because it's mostly carbon dioxide carbon dioxide is not poisonous. We have it here on earth. Of course. It's it's food for plants. But it's not what we breathe we. But it's not poisonous like poison gas or cyanide or something it's, but you do need to have a space suit on Mars where you have an oxygen supply or habitat on Mars, which got an oxygen containing atmosphere in it. How much oxygen is. In the atmosphere on the surface of Mars meat free oxygen. Yeah. Very little like tenths of a percent. A tenth of a percent. So we you take your. It's it's insignificant. Right. But you know, there was no free oxygen on earth to speak of until they were plants here. Right, right. Free oxygen is an artifact of plants because oxygen very reactive. It doesn't want to stay free wants to bind to other things like metals carbon other stuff. And so it's plants that have to keep as it were unpacking it and putting it into the atmosphere with our space telescopes. If we ever spine a spectrum of a atmosphere of a planet orbiting another star. And we see it has free oxygen that will tell us this life there. Let's go to wildcard Dave out in New Jersey. Dave, welcome. You're up next. Hey, jamie. It's really not Dave from New Jersey. It's not who is it. It's I'm the Martian, Jimmy. Okay. Dane. Be two three seven nine is my name. Okay. Fair enough day fair enough. Right now, we have been to Mars. I've been there regularly. And I it was McDonald's hair and next. Mcdonald's was a Bronco really on Mars. No, not really, okay. I was gonna say what's the cost of a Big Mac on Mars versus here. That's my question. What do you have for Robert Zuber in tonight? Oh, well, I'm sorted. I sure we went to buy. Were they had the space buggy how they get their space buggy servicing mood. The oh, you're talking about was the it was like a very lightweight. Hot. Rod. It was it was a two person Bucky, and it was built so light that you you could pick it up and and carry it around even on earth. I mean, it was like the weight of a bicycle. And what about Dave? Thank you for the phone call, by the way, that's a great question. And this is the other Robert I've been very confused. Why don't we send something like that tomorrow? I mean, the Mars Rover right now that is you know, it's slow it's tiny. It's small. Why don't we build a hot ride like the the lunar Rover, and let's let's cover some ground. Well, the thing is this the lunar Rover could be fast because it had you mean drivers in it. The the Rover curiosity Rover that we have on Mars is actually the size of a Volkswagen. It it's it's it's bigger and much heavier than the lunar Rover was, but it's an automated Rover, and you know, there's a time lag and radio signals from earth to Mars now is the curiosity Rover does have some smarts. If it will avoid walking right into a rock or something. But the, but nevertheless, it has to be told what to do. And then it travels one hundred yards and then it stops and waits for the next command. Let's I've got a couple of personal questions. I'm going to get those out of the way after this next phone call. Let's go to Charlie in Bristol, Tennessee, Charlie you're up next. Hey, gas, fascinating show has anyone ever considered? Maybe they've done this sending maybe. Anaerobic bacteria on love of probes or maybe even cockroaches cockroaches three indestructible. Still need oxygen though. Right. I would think Robert is what about doing the opposite sending life to Mars like bacteria or or bugs? Well, of course in the long run. We're gonna send people and people will bring bacteria with them NASA right now has a program in which they try to make sure that nothing no bacteria get tomorrow because they're afraid that if bacteria get to Mars, we won't know, if we find bacteria on Mars, weather, we brought them or whether they were already there. Now. In fact, let me tell you if there's native life on Mars, they'll also be fossils of that life on Mars. That's right native. It was there in the past. And so this is really a false fear. And there's a lot of people nasty going around right now saying we should never send people to Mars because you're sending people you Wilson bacteria. And then they say we'll never know if there's life on Mars we go to. Mars with people. We find life on Mars. If it's native will also find fossils and other biomarkers, and will know that it was there before we got there. It's the same way, you know, that the French actually exist that they didn't all just show up when you did. Because you go to France, you see that there's buildings that were built before you were there. Okay. And you know, I it it's. That's just how it is. And and this idea that we won't know if we brought it because the fossils could have been created along with the planet. That's like the people that don't believe in evolution and say, God created the fossils when he created the planet. And so there really weren't dinosaurs. It's just you know. God playing a trick on us or something is ridiculous idea. But let me jump in before we run out of time. Speaking of fossils. There was an image that surfaced about three years ago that for the life of me, I couldn't figure out and it looked like and there was two in the picture of floating spoon. And that there's no other way to describe it. It was a spoon that was floating with the shadow and NASA said that that was just natural wind formations over millions and millions of years. Well, as far as I know I've never seen a floating spoon here on earth. But anyway, did you see that image? What do you think that is could that have been something leftover? I I I'm actually not familiar with that image. But once again, I think images of that type. There's any number of of of of things photographs of rock, you know, in in in Santa Fe, where I live for a little while there's a a rock it looks like a camel, and it wasn't a sculpture. It's just purely natural. But it sure as hell looks like a camel we have Castlerock here in Colorado, the John F Kennedy mountain, the the these things are not proof..

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KLBJ 590AM

14:04 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seven drug eight three three three seven seven thirty seven eighty four. Welcome back to coast to coast AM, right? It was do sky got it right there on Twitter. That was Zach wild with his cover version of come together. Pretty cool. All right. Robert, let's get back to the phone calls. And we've got a lot to get in here. And I want to go. Let's see let's go out west Mike in Reno Nevada. You're up next on coast to coast. Welcome. Hey, a couple of quick questions. Would it be necessary or advantageous to I build a moon base? Is there healing suite on the moon? And Secondly this puzzles me greatly. I think I'm correct on this the Russians have never left earth orbit with a man craft. I don't know if it's the van Allen belts. I don't know why and getting controversial. If I may, you know, we have a lot of political divisions in this country. I don't think we could do anything. And and I find it interesting. I two nations in space when Christian and in a sense on capitalist, Nazi Germany and communist Russia. So I'm looking at China, and I'm looking at India. I know that's scrawled statement. But at least the first two questions, Robert thank you for that. Mike helium three on the moon, the moon base. All right. Well couple of things number one quickly. Yes, you're correct Russian. With manned spacecraft have never gone beyond low-earth orbit. They sent around fourteen tropes. Tomorrow's and all of them failed. They sent several successful probes to Venus and to the moon. They actually did land a lunar Rover called Luna hot. But but that that's what they've done. Now. Of course, they've had many successful flights to what we're four, but they certainly have done that. But. Okay. The big question. Do we need to go to the moon before we go to Mars? No the and for quite a while. I've argued that we should make Mars our goal because Mars is where the scientists Mars is where the challenges and Marsh where the future is. Now. The Trump administration has nevertheless decided on making the moon. The proximate goal. Nasa is frankly, not willing to embrace the challenge of humans to Mars parts of NASA are willing to embrace the challenge of a return to the moon. However, in fact, the dominant faction in Nassar right now, isn't even willing to do that. And they're pushing for a lunar orbiting space station, which they say is a necessary step on the way to the moon, which is frankly ridiculous. And I was at a conference in Orlando. A couple of months ago. Nasa official actually got up and said why we building the station. We're not ready to land on the moon. We don't know how to land on. I think what are you talking about? We landed on the moon fifty years ago. And so NASA has got a kid. It's it it. It's confidence back and perhaps in that sense returning to the moon. If they actually did it might be useful step in terms of returning NASA to a can-do agency instead of a can't do agency. But this lunar orbiting station is a disaster. If you if you want to know what it is it significance is imagine. I offered you the following deal. I want to rent you an office in Saskatoon, Canada, the rents one hundred thousand dollars a month. It's a thirty year lease there's no exit clause. You have to pay to build the building you have to spend one month per year for the rest of your life in fast catoon, and if you want to fly anywhere from where you live you must travel through Saskatoon from now on okay? Is this a deal that you would like I you being seen to accept such deal? That's the deal but Nasr's currently offering America by building a lunar orbiting space station, which is in a weird orbit, by the way. It's an a two week orbit around the moon. And it means that only once every two weeks you could travel to it only once every two weeks you could travel from it to the moon or from the moon to it. So if you're actually on the surface of the moon, and you wanna come home the bus only comes by once every two weeks, which actually imposes risk on the lunar base. It's it's not something you want it all so this is a really bad idea. And you know, it's one of these things worth NASA insists they must go to the moon before we go to Mars, then my answer to them as well. I don't agree with that. But if you must go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Let's go to I come up with something else. You have to do before you go. Yeah. That's right. That's right. The first time caller, let's go to John in Chesapeake Virginia. John. Welcome. John. Okay. We don't have John. So let's go to international. Let's go to Joe in British Columbia. You're up next on coast. Oh, hi, Jimmy. I doing I'm doing good. Joe? Okay. How is it must've been? I'm due to you. I have one question for MRs up in alive. There's some scientists believe that as a poisonous gas atmosphere of the Marsh bitches and on gas is it to is the dot Masara Mars is it. Both people the atmosphere is not breathe the ball because it's mostly carbon dioxide carbon dioxide is not poisonous. We have it here on earth. Of course. It's it's food for plants. But it's not what we breathe we. But it's not poisonous like poison gas or cyanide or something. It's but you do need to have a space suit on Mars where you have an oxygen supply or habitat on Mars, which has got an oxygen containing atmosphere and how much oxygen is in the atmosphere on the surface of Mars meat free oxygen. Yeah. Very little like tenths of a percent. A tenth of a percent. So we take your it's it's insignificant. Right. But you know, there was no free oxygen on earth to speak of until they were plants here. Right, right. Free oxygen is an artifact of plants because oxygen very reactive. It doesn't want to stay free at wants to bind to to other things like metals carbon other stuff. And so it's plants that have to keep as it were unpacking it and putting it into the atmosphere with our space telescopes. If we ever spine a spectrum of. Of the atmosphere of a planet orbiting another star. And we see it has free oxygen. That will tell us this life there. Let's go to wildcard Dave out in New Jersey. Dave, welcome. You're up next. Hey, jamie. It's really not Dave from new charity. It's not who is it. It's I'm a Martian, Jimmy. Okay. Dave. Two three seven nine is my name. Okay. Fair enough day fair enough. Okay. Now, we have been demars. I've been there regularly. And I it was a McDonald's hair and actually McDonald's was Bronco really on Mars. Okay. I was gonna say what's the cost of a Big Mac on Mars versus here. That's my question. What do you have for Robert Zuber in tonight? Oh, well, I'm sure we went to the moon by. They had the space buggy how they get their space buggy down services mood. The oh, you're talking about the it was like a very lightweight. Hot. Rod. It was it was a two person Bucky, and it was built so light that you you could pick it up and carry it around even on earth. I mean, it was like the weight of a bicycle. What about Dave? Thank you for the phone call, by the way, that's a great question. And this is the other Robert I've been very confused. Why don't we send something like that to Mars? I mean, the Mars Rover right now that is slow it's tiny. It's small. Why don't we build a hot ride like the lunar Rover? And let's let's cover some ground. Well, the thing is this the lunar Rover to be fast because it had been drivers in it. The the Rover curiosity Rover that we have on Mars is actually the size of a Volkswagen. It it's it's it's bigger and much heavier than the lunar Rover was, but it's an automated Rover, and you know, there's a time lag could radio signals from earth. Tomorrow's now. The curiosity Rover does have some smarts. If. It will avoid walking right into Iraq or something. But the, but nevertheless, it has to be told what to do. And then it travels a hundred yards and then it stops and waits for the next command. I've got a couple of personal questions. I'm going to get those out of the way after this. Next phone, call go to Charlie in Bristol, Tennessee, Charlie you're up next. Hey, guys. Fascinating show has anyone ever considered? Maybe they've done this, sending leave anaerobic bacteria. Logos probes or maybe even cockroaches cockroaches during indestructible. Still need oxygen though. Right. I would think or what about doing the opposite sending life? Tomorrow's like bacteria or bugs. Well, of course in the long run. We're gonna send people and people will bring back terrier with them NASA right now has a program in which they try to make sure that nothing. No bacteria get to Mars because they're afraid that if bacteria get tomorrow, we won't know if we find bacteria on Mars, weather, we brought them or whether they were already there. Now. In fact, let me tell you if there's native life on Mars, they'll also be fossils of that life on Mars. That's right native. It was there in the past. And so this is really a false fear. And there's a lot of people NASA going around right now saying we should never send people to Mars because think you're sending people you will send bacteria, and then they say, we'll never know if there's life on Mars. If we go to Mars with people, we find life on Mars, if it's native will also find fossils and other biomarkers and will know that it was there before we got there. It's the same way, you know, that the French actually exist that they didn't all just show up when you did. Because you go to France, you see that there's buildings that were built before you were there. Okay. And you know, I it it's. That's just how it is. And and this idea that we won't know if we brought it because the fossils could have been created along with the planet. That's like the people that don't believe in evolution and say, God created the fossils when he created the planet. And so there really weren't dinosaurs. It's just you know. God playing a trick on us. Something is too ridiculous idea. But. Well, let me jump in before we run out of time. Speaking of fossils. There was an image that surfaced about three years ago that for the life of me, I couldn't figure out and it looked like there was two in the picture of floating spoon. And that there's no other way to describe it. It was a spoon that was floating with his shadow and NASA said that that was just natural win formations over millions and millions of years. Well, as far as I know I've never seen a floating spoon here on earth. But anyway, did you see that image? What do you think that is could that have been something leftover? I'm actually not familiar with that image. But once again, I think images so that type there's any number of of of of things photographs of rock, you know, in in in Santa Fe where I live for a little while there's a Iraq. It looks like a camel and. It wasn't a sculpture. It's just purely natural. But it sure as hell looks like a camel we have Castlerock here in Colorado, the John F Kennedy mountain, the these things are not proof. But. Believe me when we send people to Mars or we're gonna fossil hunting, and we will probably find fossils. And once again, if there's native life on Mars, there's fossils it because if it's native it was there in the past, and it will have left for me..

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"zach wild" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:09 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Drug eight three three three seven seven thirty seven eighty four. Welcome back to coast to coast AM are due sky. Got it right there on Twitter. That was Zach wild with his cover version of come together. Pretty cool. All right. Robert, let's get back to the phone calls. And we've got a lot to get in here. And I wanna go let's see let's go out west Mike in Reno Nevada. You're up next on coast to coast. Welcome. Thanks to me a couple of quick questions. Would it be necessary or advantages to I build a moon base? Is there healing suite on the moon? And Secondly this puzzles me greatly. I think I'm correct on this the Russians have never left earth orbit with a man craft. I don't know if it's the van Allen belts. I don't know why and getting controversial. If I may, you know, we have a lot of political divisions in this country. I don't think we could do anything and. And I find it interesting. I two nations in space when non Christian and in a sense capitalist, Nazi Germany and communist Russia. So I'm looking at China, and I'm looking at India. I know that scrawled statement. But at least the first two questions, Robert thank you for that. Mike helium three on the moon, the moon base. All right. Well, a couple of things number one quickly. Yes, you're correct. Russian with manned spacecraft have never gone beyond low-earth-orbit, they sent around fourteen tropes. Tomorrow's and all of them failed. They sent several successful probes to Venus and to the moon. They actually did land a lunar Rover called the Luna hot. But but that that's what they've done. Now. May of course, they've had many successful flights. To lower warp it. They certainly have done that. But. Okay. The big question. Do we need to go to the moon before we go to Mars? No the and for quite a while. I've argued that we should make Mars our goal because Mars is where the scientists Mars is where the challenges and Mars where the future is. Now. The Trump administration has nevertheless decided on making the moon. The proximate goal. Nasa is frankly, not willing to embrace the challenge of humans to Mars parts of NASA are willing to embrace the challenge of a return to the moon. However, in fact, the dominant faction in Nassar right now, isn't even willing to do that. And they're pushing for a lunar orbiting space station, which they say is a necessary step on the way to the moon, which is frankly ridiculous. And I was at a conference in Orlando. A couple of months ago where a NASA official actually got up and said why we building the station. We're not ready to land on the moon. We don't know how to land on what are you talking about? We landed on the moon fifty years ago. And so NASA gotta get it. It it. It's a confidence back and perhaps in that sense returning to the moon. If they actually did it might be useful step in terms of returning NASA to a can-do agency instead of a can't do agency. But this lunar orbiting station is a disaster. If you want to know what it is. It's against is imagine I offered you the following deal. I wanna rent you an office in Saskatoon, Canada, the rents a hundred thousand dollars a month. It's a thirty year lease there's no exit clause. You have to pay to build the building you have to spend one month per year for the rest of your life in fast catoon, and if you want to fly anywhere from where you live you must travel through Saskatoon from now on okay? Is this a deal that you would like I you be insane to accept such a deal? That's the deal that Nastas currently offering America by building a lunar orbiting space station, which is in a weird orbit, by the way, it's an two week orbit around the moon. And it means that only once every two weeks you could travel to it only once every two weeks you could travel from it to the moon or from the moon to it. So if you're actually on the surface of the moon, and you wanna come home the bus only comes by once every two weeks, which actually imposes risk on the lunar base. It's it's not something you want it all so this is a a really bad idea. And you know, it's one of these things where if NASA insist they must go to the moon before we go to Mars, then my answer to them as well. I don't agree with that. But if you must go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Let's go to I come up with something else. You have to do before you go to the. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Let's go to first time caller. Let's go to John in Chesapeake Virginia. John. Welcome. John. Okay. We don't have John. So let's go to international. Let's go to Joe in British Columbia. You're up next on coast. Oh, hi, Jimmy. How you doing? I'm doing good. Joe? Okay. How must've been? I'm doing fine to oh. Thank you. I have a question for MRs up in that some scientists believe that days they have poisonous gas. Let's say of the Mars bitches then on gas. Is it to is? It the dots. Moss is it. Both people. The atmosphere is not breathe -able because it's mostly carbon dioxide carbon dioxide is not poisonous. We have it here on earth. Of course. It's it's food for plants. But it's not what we breathe we. But it's not poisonous like poison gas or cyanide or something it's, but you do need to have a space suit on Mars where you have an oxygen supply or habitat on Mars, which has got an oxygen containing atmosphere in it. How much oxygen is in the atmosphere on the surface of Mars meat free oxygen? Yeah. Very little like tenths of a percent of a percent. So we take your it's insignificant. Right. But you know, there was no free oxygen on earth to speak of until they were plants here. Right, right. Free oxygen is an artifact of plants because oxygen very reactive. It doesn't want to stay free at wants to bind to to other things like metals carbon other stuff. And so it's plants that have to keep as it were unpacking it and putting it into the atmosphere with our space telescopes. If we ever spine a spectrum of a atmosphere of a planet orbiting another star. And we see it has free oxygen that will tell us this life there. Let's go to wildcard Dave out in New Jersey. Dave, welcome. You're up next. Hey, jamie. It's really not Dave from New Jersey. It's not who is it. It's I'm the Martian, Jimmy. Okay. Dave. Be two three seven nine is my name. Okay. Fair enough fair enough. Now, we have been demars. I've been there regularly. And I it was McDonald's hair. And actually McDonald's was a brothel really on Mars. No, not really I was gonna say what's the cost of a Big Mac on Mars versus here. That's my question. What do you have for Robert Zuber tonight? Oh, well, I'm sure we went to the mood by. They had the space buggy how they get the space buggy down serves mood. The oh you're talking about. It was the it was like a very lightweight. Hot. Rod. It was it was a two person Bucky and it was built. So light that you you pick it up and carry it around even on earth. I mean, it was like the weight of a bicycle. And what about Dave? Thank you for the phone call, by the way, that's a great question. And this is the other Robert I've been very confused. Why don't we send something like that tomorrow? I mean, the Mars Rover right now that is you know, it's slow it's tiny. It's small. Why don't we build a hot ride like the lunar Rover? And let's let's cover some ground. Well, the thing is this the lunar Rover could be fast because it had human drivers in it. The the Rover curiosity Rover that we have on Mars is actually the size of a Volkswagen. It it's it's it's bigger and much heavier than the lunar Rover was, but it's an automated Rover, and you know, there's a time lag could radio signals from earth to Mars now is the curiosity Rover does have some smarts. If. It will avoid walking right into Iraq or something. But the, but nevertheless, it has to be told what to do. And then it travels a hundred yards and then it stops and waits for the next command. I've got a couple of personal questions. I'm going to get those out of the way after this next phone call. Let's go to Charlie in Bristol, Tennessee, Charlie you're up next. Hey, gas, fascinating show has anyone ever considered? Maybe they've done this sending maybe anaerobic bacteria on love of probes or maybe even cockroaches cockroaches during destructible still need oxygen though. Right. I would think Robert is what about doing the opposite sending life to Mars like bacteria or bugs? Well, of course in the long run. We're gonna send people and people will bring bacteria with them NASA right now has a program in which they try to make sure that nothing. No bacteria get to Mars because they're afraid that if bacteria get to Mars, we won't know, if we find bacteria on Mars, weather, we brought them or whether they were already there. Now. In fact, let me tell you if there's native life on Mars. They'll also be fossils. Of that life on Mars. That's right native. It was there in the past. And so this is really a false fear. And there's a lot of people NASA going around right now saying we should never send people to Mars because I think you're sending people you Wilson bacteria. And then they say, we'll never know if there's life on Mars, we go to Mars with people we find life on Mars, if it's native will also find fossils and other biomarkers and will know that it was there before we got there. It's the same way, you know, that the French actually exist that they didn't all just show up when you did. Because you go to France, you see that there's buildings that were built before you were there. Okay. And you know, I it it's that's just how it is. And and this idea that we won't know if we brought it because the fossils could have been created along with the planet. That's like the people that don't believe in evolution and say, God created the fossils when he created the planet. And so there really weren't dinosaurs. It's just. You know? God playing a trick on us or something is ridiculous idea. But. Let me jump in before we run out of time. Speaking of fossils. There was an image that surfaced about three years ago for the life of me, I couldn't figure out and it looked like and there was two in the picture of floating spoon. And that there's no other way to describe it. It was a spoon that was floating with the shadow and NASA said that that was just natural wind formations over millions and millions of years. Well, as far as I know I've never seen a floating spoon here on earth. But anyway, did you see that image? What do you think that is that had been something leftover? I I'm actually not familiar with that image. But once again, I think images of that type there's any number of of of of things photographs of rock, you know, in in in Santa Fe where I live for a little while there's a a rock that looks like a. A camel, and it wasn't a sculpture. It's just purely natural. But it sure as hell looks like a camel we have Castlerock here in Colorado, the John F Kennedy mountain, the the these things are not proof. But. Believe me, we send people to Mars or we're gonna go fossil hunting, and we will probably find fossils. And once again, if there's native life on Mars, there's fossils of it. Because if it's native it was there in the past, and we'll have left remains when how open are you too?.

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Talk Is Jericho

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"zach wild" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And this is and I'm saying this because this happens to be a musician. They came from classical pin or and. With the tar. And he tells me he goes we used to be we played together. He filling nobody George Lynch Detroit sale that will be twenty my call pine. Oh, wow. Yeah. He was I mean, again taking Randy Ray out of the equation that by bringing in towing my problem. And and you're talking about somebody who dedicated his life to learning Chopin. This massive musical vocabulary. And what he did is he transfers musical knowledge from classical piano to the tar. And that was was a project driver was at the name of the record. And you know, Tony Spinello time living with me in my house. And when we were. You know, putting together a driver, you know, pregnant driver just the same as Tommy. Tommy did tell me live with house too. So I mean, I got to spend a lot of time with him. And and you could you could Tony listen play me this on and you would just. Insulate play it. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. He's he's I think, you know. I mean, again, taking Randy shirt thinking closest guy to a genius that I've ever, you know, play with interesting. Yeah. Interesting. You mentioned to playing with with Tommy Aldridge as well. You guys played in a lot of bands together had some great chemistry there as well. Absolutely. Tell me for for a long long time. And I wish that we get a chance to play with him. Now, I'm a better bass player now. Yeah. Man. I'd love to one day have Ozzy call. You do Tommy Aldridge Rudy stars. Oh, Ozzie and Zach wild. What I everybody gets in Bannon deonte band deserves to be there, especially Blasco, you know, he's a he's a he's a friend of mine, and I like like I told him to pass he's the keeper key to everything Ozzie and very very fantastic job. He's he's done with that. Let's talk about that. You you had the he played with deal kind of one of the guys that gives the blackout to play with both Ozzie and Ronnie James deal. What are the differences between the two of them as frontman because they're both great frontman, but kind of in different ways. Created different Sabbath eras. You know, you have the, and then you have the deal era, and they're very different. And I gotta tell you Ronnie had so much respect for is the that king of rock and roll. Yeah. He wrote it for Ozzy. Really? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. For running and sales. New kidding. Yeah. Yeah. So he definitely had a louder respect for him. You know? I think you know, we time it became mutual respect to. I mean, they they both understood that they you know, they brought something into a ban. Dad was so close. Hi. Thing. Very being in. What's the one? You were the most proud of trade out. He said black Sabbath, really. Hinton hell got back together again. So I really understood why he jumped on when they called him to do it. You don't do in hill because I knew dad to things he had unfinished business with them. You know, and also Dallas is his proudest moment to play with him because you were with you were with deal in in his soul band up until his passing, correct? Yes. I was I was with Ronnie from two thousand and four until he passed away 'cause he was doing heaven and hell staff, but he's still keeping keeping the DO band going as well. Right. We would we will go on on the road and own during breaks doing having a hell breaks, we will go on the road, and especially in Scandinavia, you know, every year because he wanted to do that with the deal fan. He wanted to them to know that he hasn't forgotten about them and that he was proud of them and all of that. So we all every single year. We will go out of deal. In fact, I was doing weeks ago some Comey con convention at the last play that hit a place that Hamid and help actually perform to witness. It was at the showboat hotel in Atlantic City, the hassle belief is is a was is they're actually still they're not operating. And that was the last show that him held in the last time running played was on our deal rehearsal, November sixteen two thousand nine and that day he was diagnosed with you know, that there's something wrong..

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"zach wild" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"zach wild" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Boy i'll tell you man zach wild come in in in the seemed like tweets if you follow me out sports radio on postino zach wild my brotherinlaw in a as easily guitar player for you know better than two decades in black label society and i told him you know what's the raiders commuter today is gonna be silver black label society can have a ma sing the national anthem or played the national anthem he does the jimmy hendrix starspangled banner version did it at the bulls game the other night in chicago about a week ago and zack like a lot of us and i mean i've been battling this crap i don't even know what the heck it is in the air managed she's nuts i mean to cycling's and little nagging coughing you think it's gone and then it is again in zach said pneumonia now for the last several days and black label society on tore zacks back home and cowley emmy needs literally council three shows and i don't know how many more they may have to cancel their they'll make them up but he's hurting bigtime and so you know keep him in your prayers uh you know i love my brother lawn he's been text me back and forth and stuff i told a lot of folks here in vegas bala buddies gary glad handing nacho into so many uh they go to by the black label shows when you're here in there actually playing by the house of blues in february net zacks own uh heavy metal band he does a great job and i just love and he's been married my sister barbara defector renewing their vows tie in february twenty five years and of course they had the four the four kids daily rain jesse the two oldest and then hendricks hendricks kaitlan michael roads wild name sabbath cage wild the youngest does names are classic you've got sabbath obviously black sabbath hendricks for jimmy and roads rabbit right and sabbath paid for jimmy pay me page i didn't even catch that other young age sabbath road roads and hendrix hendricks healing for it he then hella was friends with hendricks haillan michael see.

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"zach wild" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"zach wild" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Hope he's going to be the coach when he's not he's not going to be not in this not in this climate no way but idea and i like some of similar players i think it's a little bit it's runamuck over there are a little bit and things have gotten out of control and again the judge steps the story the judge yep for people i mean i know where most of america pros and care about this but again here in the new york new jersey area what is the g would this season the gia the giants or having was exactly the season the jets were supposed to have and it's completely reverse and i think that's the whole thing a wire like i'm tired of i'm not a trust me i'm not excited in lake exuberant about the jets future but we thought it was going to be a one in fifteen years something while you're almost screwing yourself by winning exactly you really are which is what the know what perennial eight in eight seven and nine and you never get the right drought each like you were the east coast the northeast version of the cleveland browns you know we're going to end up with the just draft picks that just don't work there is a time of season or two ago during the football season that myself snake in zach wild were all on a texting thorough and that was little every football sunday that barrage would start coming in and zach could zak is a fellow giants fan snakes the jets fan baia it was a those are some of us i saved all of them because they're just so much comedy going back and forth it's amazing what you can get out of one sunday afternoon of football as far as like days of comedy just kept going and going oh my god it's too good so anyway as i was mentioning when you know before sneak got here.

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"zach wild" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"zach wild" Discussed on CarCast

"My hair would not accommodate any other look than the look i have now right i okay max a paddle will back me up i don't know many people that can do this max frei you're not old enough you matt you're barely old enough i was i lived all the way through the 80s there should be pictures of me with crazy fucked up hair yeah i don't have any pictures my hair is always exactly the same as it is now yeah exactly the same thing can pictures of me it's at seventeen or nineteen and and so my my brother who's a little older he didn't have real long hair but he he did get into this look a little bit more but i was always like doing or military to in yeah i was always doing like rotc and celebratory staff and so it was always a short hair you know kinda thing yeah we got a before and after allow we wanted nazi save river ministerial longshoremen right so we'll put that up oh so here's meet you had military sheet you had hair you have hair that is capable of going off the rails yeah you could have gone full mullah like your brother yeah by now as kind of feather in the front he had kind of a rod stewart a thing going on number one nothing to do with my hair yeah you couldn't do it i could try but it when work that's number one number two look like eugene livvy that's exactly right okay number two no money for any kind of clothing fashion anything like to see a picture of me when i say when i'm twenty one there's even zach wild at me and my buddy kraz who has long hair now here he looks like the lead singer from in excess but guess who has short hair right now yeah my body chris maxwell they still have that shirt is there.

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"zach wild" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"zach wild" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Always always enjoyed i try to go out to conference as much as they possibly can i enjoy it that's what makes this las vegas situation very very difficult as well because god this poor people just trying to enjoy the week in las vegas go see a concert of jason i'll dean country music and as one of the one of my favorite activities to do is go to a concert it was just an honor just hit me hard today a lot of things are hit me hard today i just can't ignore what's going on in the world is going on headlines of course i can sit here and talk about the nfl and giants baseball in matt cain and of course i love that as well but the gis other things on my mind tonight and just it's this wayne heavy sometimes sometimes i get frustrated with people when they say that they want to listen sports of they want to wash forced to escape reality in another gia lives are hard you buster as every day taking care of yourself and your family you want escape for a minute but i just i dunno i have a hard time doing that i have a really hard time shutting in all by can't escape reality for that long i can't dive into game of thrones for twelve hours just can't do it our watch watch whatever i need to what it's still in the back of my mind it's always just lingering they're above what's going on in the world and i dunno i don't think we should be able to escape but i think we should take it had on trying to figure out the problems are obvious horse tom petty goes very sad situation with rockstar doubt the age of sixty six wonder who else to go i mean as far as rockstars' go i'm who's up there in age after be nervous about rockstar wise no who always is going to scare me as the osborne the love ozzie a black sabbath loves zach wild as osborne i was scared me what he seems like one of those guys just like most cockroaches as gonna live forever not calling ozzie a cockroach of course to talk about longevity of his life this seems like a guys who are we stick around for a lot longer i want to continue.

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"zach wild" Discussed on X96

X96

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"zach wild" Discussed on X96

"And listen sub a little illicit substances the ban and be the polka toke lose be yep what's that is correct what black sabbath much all right that her name is one nothing in favor of gina brad now controls the question brand which abbasi is album was the first album to be recorded with guitarist zach wild was an aide no more tear here's be down to earth seed no rest for the wicked or d bark at the move oh my god a nor tears incorrect gina wide bark the moonbeam my favorite with jaeki lee young itar that mark levin mark and short marked at the moon so was not that he was not barca to and k rao remind me the order of the other one eight no more tears be down to earth or see no arrest for the wicket by he said no more tear oh he he said yeah he did he said no more tears so you know it's not barth at the moon you have two of that's who adds that's why i know i am sorry urea okay what one more time it no more tears down to earth in unrest for the wicked down to earth incorrect no rest for the wicket it's one thing for gina gina now controls the question having failed still spill the point from brad that was too easy going to skip that one all right what band was randy roads ozzie's first guitarist originally the lead guitarist four was it twisted sister judas 'price lou who were quiet riot oh man this is no extremist knows gene brad genus glenties brennan hang on hang on burt no that's incorrect band was randy roads ozzie's first guitarist originally the lead guitarist for twisted sister judas priest the who were quiet riot riot right correct it's two to nothing in favor of gina brad you control the question and may be able to crawl back into the game maybe are you ready here we go yeah for which song on ozzie's debut album was ozzie sued four was it a mr crowley be crazy train see suicide solution or d no bone movies i think i actually know this one ooh gotta be crazy trainer aidan incorrect gina gina.

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"zach wild" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"zach wild" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The indians a winner this year and then we could all go in peace they're ya the thought of rain right now that absolutely i'm going to poor people in mexico here at buddy down to get acquainted i narrative between the earthquake down out it has got it work right another another a all muttered latham their tank it's unreal fame spot yup the army knows those houses in in the keys just got ravage i mean they just got pummelled big time and you know the miami a little more fortunate than they thought they were going to be with the tabarre and on through jacksonville and up into georgian and you know the houston area of course brother sami is over there in league cna so he didn't get now directly he's just outside of it but you know they got as much rain in four days as we get in twenty years here in vegas act trained in that unreal that's the way of rebel anyway i i i know you're i know you're a hard it practice told me a real quick a little bit about this act sabbath deal that people in phoenix concede amaro i can go online and look at it and of course you'll be here at hard rock on thursday in utah friday and it could check this schedule and then i know you were doing some stuff with eyes as well what's on the agenda there for zach wild although you know with regard fateh you know the quote showing miracle on ice all a band thing involved and uh a lot out oil and it could be better wonderful family affair no wonder the wardens go in to check it out cheetos you and hot oil on the road as probably not good if she's not part of it our again back together with he man earlier this year tell me a little bit about that what about the old man because you do the best is the impression like in person with the squinting and everything especially when you'd be over at at at at the at the eyes fast at the eyes camp over there right and album with them and get out of the bathroom and looked down and look at you like you were robin the.

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