30 Burst results for "Zuber"

Biden announces new science team, elevates office to Cabinet

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Biden announces new science team, elevates office to Cabinet

"Elect says science will always be at the forefront of his administration. And so he is elevating the post of science advisor to Cabinet level. Eric Lander, a pioneer and mapping the human genome is in line to direct the Office of Science and Technology Policy and service Science Advisor. Biden's also retaining Dr Francis Collins is director of the National Institutes of Health. And he's naming two prominent female scientists to co chair the President's Council of Advisers on Science and Technology. Caltex Frances Arnold, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize in chemistry. And M I. T vice President for research Maria Zuber. Biden says the team will ensure everything his administration does is grounded in science, fax and the truth.

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Uber sells self-driving cars unit to Aurora Innovation

Daily Tech News Show

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Uber sells self-driving cars unit to Aurora Innovation

"And it's thomas car plans in deeds so this story broke right at the end of detainees s. Yesterday uber announced on monday that it so sell selling and self-driving unit advanced technologies group also known as eighty jim to aurora innovation. A competitor uber. The deal is expected to close in q. One well zuber given up on autonomous vehicles. Be nuts uber ceo dara khosrowshahi will join. Aurora's board an uber. At investors and employees will in forty percent of aurora following. The deal uber will also invest four hundred million dollars into aurora directly and errors. Autonomous cars will eventually operate on uber's ride hailing platform. Aurora was founded by google's former lead engineer for thomas cars. Chris urban along with sterling anderson. Who helped lead tesla model x. project and drew back now who ran carnegie mellon's research lab and worked on a thomas vehicles at uber.

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"zuber" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

03:45 min | 6 months ago

"zuber" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Weaknesses and strengths. Oh, you've bought the again one of the one of the things I love about. Bruce Lee. His that is He's not just a fighter. Had this higher purpose which is You know you got to fight these inner demons on the inner demons for Bruce Lee. was you know things like fear anger and hatred? Right? So wherever he potent did it was to fight these in a demon the me must have watched. retention drug I enter the Dragon Story and honest is based around this and taking that step further when it comes to spirituality, it's inside you look you don't look at the outside look at in will will, which is things like greed jealousy eating too much less than all these spiritual sicknesses that we all have your will one we all we all human beings and it's religion allows me to focus on that and work on the in inequality. If I have nothing tomorrow, you wouldn't bother me it wouldn't bother me I. Wouldn't bother me because I can drive a micro or I can drive or whatever is you know I can have good close Lombardo Salonpas I'm healthy I'm saying I'd have gone lovely family around me. That's everything for me i. that's my roots and I something that's been wherever it brings was my vision. Sky Jimmy. If I spoke to mass I was with. Machine from the euro right just two years ago they were venturing into America and I said, what are you GonNa Stop? You Know Wegener Reagan? It's heat this. You know you've got US applying the few supplying. It's one fifth of the whole country right? So we're GONNA take this right said we don't we just take as it comes. You know. We don't. You know yesterday they were built to buy us now who the four years ago would have thought that themselves they wouldn't of so glad you've got the balance. So long as you want opportunity and if it fits within your life and within your lifestyle and it's not affecting your. Your your time that you spend with your family, your friends not fixing your health and yeah..

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Justice Department Charges Hundreds with Medical Fraud

Rush Limbaugh

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Justice Department Charges Hundreds with Medical Fraud

"Accused of health care fraud and opioid abuse. They include more than 100, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals 16 or from the Houston Galveston district. Overall, the defendant's reportedly made more than $6 billion in false claims to federal health care programs and private insurers. October is distracted. Driver month. Joshua Zuber with

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Edit Your Weddings on the iPad!

This Week in Photo

04:22 min | 6 months ago

Edit Your Weddings on the iPad!

"Welcome back to another episode of this week. In photo I'm your host Frederik van Johnson Today on Hodzi is Rep Marley like I said in the intro there he's a wedding photographer destination wedding photographer he knows his way around the camera way around his way around the wedding business. In fact, he's in the not hall of fame. So he knows his way around this industry, but he does a lot of his post processing on an IPAD. So that's what intrigued me about this array. Right. Welcome to the Joanne. How's it going man? I really appreciate the opportunity this is great. I'm excited to talk to you and I connected on twitch. Lurking in one of your streams, watching you edit photos on an IPAD and you know what I said when I saw that blasphemy. Early. Actually get that. A lot of people don't like what are you? What are you doing on the IPAD? This is it's definitely not something you would typically see when you watch photographer edit for sure. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, I wanNA talk about that. Well, let's talk before we get started with let's talk about your pedigree you know with with photography how'd you get started and how did you get inducted into the not hall of fame? So I got into the wedding industry actually from I've been doing this. Technically, my business started in two thousand and ten. So going on ten years about eleven years here in the next few months but I started my business technically while I was in, college? And it's definitely one of those things to where there's just listening to have done so bad. Interview before. So. You really yes. Yes. Cool. Your you're perfect. Your Voice is perfect your audio serve big your lighting and background or perfect. Just thinking this is a conversation is chatting. All right. You start. You may answer the question again and ask again I'll before okay let me let me pause that from not pausing banana. Leaves some blank space for my edit here. So here we go. Okay Aereo. Case a here we go. was I on a two-shot wasn't a two yard shot Aereo. Okay. So before we dive into your workflow and you know the IPAD and how you're able to use that in in in a professional setting, give us a little bit a little bit of background. First of all first question would be you the what what's your origin story I always ask people what the radio spider you know story is how did you come Zuber Chiro? How'd you get into this this crazy world of taking pictures? Okay. So it actually started for me out started out on the yearbook staff of my high school those the first time that camera had been putting my hands. The teacher was like, Hey, we need someone to take pictures in that moment I was like sure all do it, but I really had no clue what I was doing. But as I began to take pictures in high school, I found passion for it fell in love with it. and. That's really where it all began and then when I went to college actually applied to be a part of the magazine staff that would go around and take pictures for the magazine for the university I went to and from there really just kind of became a snowball effect. I. Guess You could say it in college was probably one of the few students who had his own DSL our cameras it was a canon x Ti. So it was another fancy, but you gotta start somewhere and so you know I was really proud to have my own cameron year in college and so as. My friends began to get engaged. They came to me Be Willing to take our engagement photos sure and I would just take photos and that right there is what I guess. The snowball effect is and what started everything and so. As I began to take more and more of my friends engagements eventually led into weddings and was really just doing it for fun. And before I knew it though by the time I had graduated from College I had enough photos to put a portfolio together for a website, and so you know graduated no SEC. Okay Let's see if we can make something work and so I put a website together and then the fun began of trying to figure out how to. Grow it into a business probably a whole different rabbit trail, but it did at eventually grew and grew and grew to where it is today

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Stolen Lives: The Skelton Brothers

True Crime Brewery

13:58 min | 1 year ago

Stolen Lives: The Skelton Brothers

"On the day after Thanksgiving in two thousand ten ten years. Zuber's reported her Three young sons missing from her home in Miranshah Michigan. Her husband was supposed to bring the boys back to her on Friday morning but he never did. The couple had been living apart in plan to divorce Andrew. Nine Alexander. Seven and tanner just five years. Old had spent thanksgiving Thanksgiving Day with their father. John Skelton Win Tan. You tried to get them back the next morning. John told her that they were with a friend of his. John then turned up at a hospital. Following an apparent suicide attempt in the years since family and authorities have searched for the skeleton. Boys is without success. John Skeleton has refused to disclose their whereabouts. As time passes the chances that the boys will be found alive continued. Can you to dwindle today. The quiet end. We're discussing the details of the Skelton case and the possibilities of what happened to these three young boys in stolen lives. The skeleton brothers will go over family history and the timeline of events in an effort to better understand what happened and if anything can be done to bring these boys home. So we've got a Nice Michigan Beer for you today. From one of my favorite breweries. This is is K B S Espresso. KCBS stands for Kentucky Breakfast Stout and it's got coffee in it hence the Espresso. This beer is is an American imperial stout clocks in at twelve percent alcohol by volume. So you and I will be splitting our twelve ounce serving the beer is from founders. Brewers I said located in grand rapids. It's a black coloured beer little tiny tan head but did leave a little bit of lace on the side it is a glass and when you get the aroma. It's boom coffee just smacks you in the face. Ladda coffee little bit of chocolate taste. I follows the nose big hits of Espresso followed by some chocolate and the end of the SIP. You can get a little bit of Vanilla. This is a big bodied beer. Little bit on the dry side which is fine with me very nice beer. Let's open it up. Then you got it and off. We go to the quiet end where it's pretty quiet all right. That's descriptive descriptive. Well why don't you go ahead and start the story. I mean it's it's a difficult one it is and you would like to think that the kids are you're still around somehow and all their father has to do is tell us where they are exactly. That's the frustrating part. But I don't think they're around anymore. The skeleton family lived in Marinsky Michigan in two thousand ten and Miranshah small town populations about three thousand as located near. You're the Ohio border. The father John Skelton was raised in Jacksonville and he is thirty nine years old when his three sons went missing when he finished high school John joined the army a move several times he lived in Washington. DC worked at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda Maryland it also spent some time in Alaska and California and eventually he became a truck driver. He and Tania Nia married in two thousand and two actually Tan Ya. I know that doesn't seem right. But that's how she is said that she wants pronounced. Excuse me we'll start over John. Tanya married in two two thousand and two now they had both been married and divorced was previously tenuous first husband filed for divorce from her after she is charged with criminal the Middle Sexual conduct more on that later. According to many people including Tanya John knew about this conviction now John worked for several years and Tanya stayed home with the three kids according to tenure the problems in their marriage began after John Lewis is job job following a Dui yes so Tanya filed for divorce from John Skeleton Back in September of twenty ten before that attenuates say that their relationship was pretty good but Tang you did have history. Tanya had two older daughters from her previous marriage and and she did have a large support system of friends and family nearby but she was far from perfect years before her sons went missing before she even knew John Skeleton. TANU had sex with a fourteen year old boy and she was convicted of fourth degree. Criminal misconduct for this in the late. Nineteen he nineties. But it's believed they. John knew all about her past before he became involved with her but still he would end up using this as ammunition against Hanya claiming naming that she had been sexually abusing his sons when he abducted them. And that's where he took them. He wanted him out of the house right. That was his claim. It's very difficult to believe John. Skelton will find out because he has an ever changing narrative. Yes he does so in September of two thousand ten and John Thiel Tanya that he wanted to move the family to Florida. His parents still lived in Jacksonville where he had been born and had recently gone to his high school reunion there so he had as we said lost his job in Michigan after his Dui conviction and in Florida he told Tanya he could get a job. Bob and the boys could get to know his family now. Tanny didn't WanNa live in Florida and she also had that felony conviction on her record. which meant that? You'd have to fulfil oh specific requirements with the state of Michigan before she would be allowed to move. It was Monday September thirteenth. Twenty ten when John said that he he was leaving for work but that afternoon he signed the three boys out of school. The school called and left a message on Tanis home phone and the school schools secretary had called because she was confused. Tenure had brought the voice to school that morning and dropped off their medicines and lunches and everything but John came in that afternoon said that the family was going on a vacation to Florida and sign them all out of school early. So tenuous confused. She called John After after speaking with the school secretary but he was very vague claiming that he discussed with her taking a family trip to Florida and she had said she didn't want to go with them but Tanja said wait a minute. We talked about maybe moving to Florida and I was looking into it. There was no talk of a family vacation. So it's not really making sense. Let's not sure doesn't bear we've got two divergent reports here. So a friend of ten is called the Miranshah police and spoke with chief Larry weeks weeks offered to mediate between Tan. Yan John so he contacted John and he learned to John and the boys were still in Morandi. John had also set up a meeting with an attorney. This didn't make any sense at all right. And if you supposedly going on vacation in Florida why is he doing all this stuff. Exactly exactly. He's up to something joined told chief weeks at. He is taking the boys with him to see the beach and they were being Florida for three to four weeks so this just this wasn't right. Tanya s John he was taking the boys out of school when the school year had just begun then. He said that he would enroll them in school down there which was even even more confusing. I mean the entire situation was raising some red flags. If this was a vacation why would the boys be getting enrolled in the Florida schools. Also she knew. He couldn't enroll them without their birth certificates and she had those so she tried stalling him for time as her adult daughter's met with an attorney on her behalf and the attorney told her daughters that the only way for tenure to stop John from taking the boys to Florida would be for her to file for divorce divorce from him and ask for emergency custody of the children so things escalated quickly. Where the sure did could it would sound to me? Like he was planning Dan taken into Florida and staying Florida absolutely now. He's going to enroll in school and stuff so share. That's the worry very much so so at this point. John's been driving around town with the three boys. Tenuous stalling him and she said I'm going to look for the boys birth certificates so Johndroe back to the house. Once he's at the House tanny pretended to be looking for the birth certificates. You know she knew where they were and she was stalling until daughters could return with the legal paperwork and then an officer was prepared to serve John with the papers which would make it illegal for him to leave the stay with the kids. Yeah but coincidentally it ended up that both Tan Yan John had met with the same attorney. But because Tanya's daughters had met personally finally with the attorney and paid him before John did Tanisha was the one who retained his services so unfortunately the attorney's office called John and told told them that they couldn't keep their appointment with him because Tanya had hired him and this set John Off. I mean he was furious now he felt like she was trying to trick cam so John left the house angry of course but he did leave without tanner the youngest boy because tanner had come into the house and was kind of hiding behind behind Tania's legs so John Yelled at him to get in the car because his mother was lying to him but he just cried and didn't go to his father Tian her friend protected checked tanner from being taken by John but the two older boys Alexander and Andrew were outside playing and John was able to order the older two boys into his van Tangy told him he couldn't take the boys but he ignored her. The papers for custody were prepared. But you know John hadn't been served with them yet so. John sped out of the driveway in his van. With Alexander and Andrew tenuous sister happened to be walking up the street toward the House and John Nearly hitter hitter with van but fortunately she was able to jump out of his way but John Actually left just minutes before Tana's daughters arrived with the divorce papers in hand the end so John was able to escape Michigan with his two oldest boys and he drove all the way to Florida. The next day he allowed the boys to call their mother. It was her birthday. They actually and they told her that they were swimming. And staying at their daddies friend's House Hillary but ten. You didn't know who Hillary was. She was actually one one of John's friends from his class reunion which he had recently attended down in Florida and he talked to Tanya About Hillary after he'd returned from that trip so Tanya was able to find Hillary's address and contacted her attorney and he gave her papers which gave her exclusive. Custody of the voice Tania Tania's mother intangible. Two daughters drove to Jacksonville to pick up Alexander Andrew and to bring them back home so by that Friday they met with a sheriff's deputy to accompany them to Hillary's apartment complex and the deputy was able to serve papers to John and take custody the two boys the local district court and the sheriff's office were involved so they had to meet with the judge before they could return to Michigan with the boys. What a mess? Yes so they actually had to hang out in Florida for a bit. She's so the following Monday tanny and her mother hired an attorney in Florida and John also also hired an attorney so in front of the judge at the hearing. John immediately brought up tenuous previous conviction for having sex with a fourteen year old now. This was quite a shock for Tanya because John had never indicated any problem with her past admitted that he had known about tennis history since before they were married he had married her and had a family with her and had never before raised any issues about it. So the judge called the court back in Michigan and this is a court familiar with the scouting's uh-huh case and it was determined. The TANNIN would return to Michigan with her sons. Then was the crossed. The line in Michigan tanny would have full custody rights so finally things seemed to work out correctly and after returning to Michigan the boys were back with their mother. John asked Hanyu if there was any chance that they could could work things out and stay together now. Tanja would later say she felt she was really done with the marriage but she agreed to counseling in order to help with co-parenting the boys and keep John Happy so to keep John from becoming angry. She did pretend that she was still interested. In repairing the marriage to John they were working on the marriage when he was anxious for things to get back to the way they were but Tanja felt she'd never be able to trust John Again. She and her attorney made the decision that that it would appear more favourable though to judge if she allowed John to have some time with his kids so instead of maintaining the exclusive custody that she did have a right to you and keeping the boys away from their Father Kanye decided the best thing to do would be to allow him some time with them and she said at this point she really really didn't fear that John would take off with them again because when he'd done it before she'd followed him to Florida and brought them home so he should have known that she wasn't GonNa to let them get away with it again. I guess she also kind of rationalized that he wouldn't leave with them because she had kept him under the impression that they were going to get back together as a couple

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"zuber" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:31 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And we're back Robert Zuber and back with us president of pioneer astronautics in the Mars society as well as a senior fellow with the center for security policy. Robert has studied and researched in the fields of aerospace and energy. He has a PHD as well. His latest book is called the case for space, and Robert always a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank for inviting me back. How you been? Pretty good pretty good. The new book is coming out tomorrow. So our timing is perfect for this. Yes, it is. And I noticed in one of the releases we had a little quote from Buzz Aldrin, who's all excited about this. He's still out there doing his thing, isn't he? Yeah. She is. He is the one astronaut who didn't just, you know, take his Apollo grant or as a career move and move onto the board of something. This guy wants us to become a spacefaring species. He stayed in the trenches didn't he? Yep. They really did. And I ran into him. I was on the Larry King show years ago with him as one of the guests as well. He's just a just a nice guy. You know, you think he's Mr. Tuffy all the time. When you hear that story about he punching out that fellow who told him swear on a bible that you went to the moon and stuff like, but he's he's a decent. Nice American in. It was proud the medium. It really was. No the case for space. Tell me about this. Well, the case for space. The subtitle is how the revolution in spaceflight opens up a future of limitless possibility. So that's the pieces of the book it starts with the revolution. And spaceflight which is going on now. And it is a revolution. You know? Of course, the most prominent example is Elon Musk when sex company, you know, in February of last year, they had the first flight of the foul in heavy now this thing in two thousand and ten norm. Augustine predicted for President Obama that heavy lifting will take twelve years to develop and thirty six billion dollars. Spacex did it in six years for less than one billion dollars capital three-quarters reusable, and he has low. Lowered the price of space launch by factor. Five over the past ten years. Now, that's also see look, you know, space technology advanced very rapidly from Sputnik in nineteen fifty seven to the moon landing nineteen sixty nine okay in that period. We develop pretty much the whole bag of tricks. The launch vehicles in space life support spacecraft deep space, communication navigation. Reentry technology space, rendezvous technology space, suits, everything. Okay. But then there's been stagnation that is. For example, the cost of space launch didn't drop a penny from nineteen seventy two two thousand ten so for we had, you know, twelve years of very rapid progress while about forty years of stagnation, but then over the past ten years SpaceX first by introducing the falcon nine as a cheaper launch vehicle than making reusable making it much cheaper still than the falcon heavy. Making it even cheaper. They have reduced the cost of space launch by factor. Five and now, they're working on this thing, they call the starship. It's not a starship enterprise doesn't under the stars. But it is a fully reusable heavy lift launch vehicle, and it'll probably cut the cost of space launch down by another factor. So, you know, and but even more than that. What musk is done is proven point. It's proven that is possible for well lead lean entrepreneurial team to do things that was previously thought that only the governments of superpowers to do and not only that do it in half or one third time at one tenth or one thirty the cost and as a result of that they have sparked entrepreneurial space race because other people are looking at that and saying I want to do that too. I'm going to get into this game. And you've got not only other billionaires like Jack Basil's in Richard Branson doing it. You have working engineers middle-class people who are getting investments behind them hundred million dollars two hundred million dollars three hundred million dollars and starting their own watch companies, and and people from countries that don't even have space programs like New Zealand has not cut government of New Zealand, but a private. Company. News New Zealand's never have space program has it. They've it now, but not the government a private company, right, right? And the the so this is happening. There's one in Ukraine, there's five in China, and the the the the the end they're going for it. And they're going to be competing with each other. And they're going to be knocking the price down evermore. They're going to be introducing new technologies, you know, you have much more creativity going on here and by reducing the cost of space launch. It's going to mean that there's going to be a lot more space launches which also means it's going to be a lot more new technologies tried on the space craft side, and with the cost of the lodge going down the spacecraft designers and not going to have to be so conservative than I can only say, well, I'm not going to use anything that hasn't been used before. Which is basically what people said to the past forty years, which of course, leads to complete that nation and say, let's try something new here. Let's this looks better. Let's let's get this a try we can take the chance. And as a result of that the spacecraft technology is going to start racing ahead. So. So, you know. There was you know, the ancients, you know, and then there was the dark age. And now we're in the renaissance. What about countries like Russia and China will they continue to push through through their governments their space programs or will privatization takeover in those countries to well in all these places as there is here. There will always remain this government bureaucracy space program and its allied corporations and to and they will be an obstacle to innovation. But if in order to keep up they're going to have to let the cat out of the bag because these sorts organizations simply cannot keep up, and I was in China a month ago, and I was invited to witness a space launch by an entrepreneurial space company, private company, private China. Okay. That's right. And they now this was not a launch that went all the way to space. They they this was on the outskirts of. Seaside town in Shandong province on the coast, and they launched this rocket up about a hundred feet and the wind was blowing like twenty knots. Nasa would not have launched in this wind, but they want and they went up about one hundred feet, and they harbored there completely motionless despite the wind and then they brought it back down to land exactly in the center of the lodge. Man. It was it was a tour to force and the and it was very young team. The CEO of this company is twenty six years old and the expertise they demonstrated was remarkable word, they get their money. Well, the CTO of Alibaba which is that's like the Amazon of China China. Yeah. He was there. So that's where they're getting their money. Must have been the money person. And yeah, so chiding, you know, they have their own version they have Alabama instead of Amazon they have their own version of Uber. They have their own version of Apple Pay. They have their own version of Google. It's like a parallel universe. Anyway. Copy everything we do. Right. They do. And now they're copying reusable space launch vehicles now. So now, I know Russia, I know there are people in Russia that want to do it. But the problem in Russia is the government is such a bunch of crooks that anyone who would start their own SpaceX would have to be afraid that someone in the Kremlin would steal it from the seal or Greece or something like that. They want some money doing the deal if Russia wants to play this game they're going to have to reform. Robert, lemme ask you Dr question as we get into this incredible story that you've written a portion of the case for space the book that comes out in in the morning. What about the possibilities of all these private companies worldwide that are getting into this that are launching rockets, or we'll have the potential to launch rockets to also have the potential to launch a nuke. And we don't know who it is where they are. But it could happen is that a danger? I don't think so I, you know, I gotta happen. The nuke and nukes are very much the possession of of governments so far. The the. Yeah. So, you know, and it's just not in the interest of a private company to launch a new, and no I don't think that's what this is about. And I actually think that as as I explain in the book and one of the later chapters. I think the opening of the space frontier will do more to prevent war than almost anything else. Because what it will do is refute the fundamental idea that caused the catastrophes of the twentieth century, which is that there isn't enough to go around that there's only so much here and sooner or later, we're going to have to fight over it. I mean, you know, that is the underlying idea that sent Germany against Russia in the first World War and the second, and the, you know, let's take them out now before they developed. Sooner or later, we're gonna have to fight them right now. There is the hazard of such a situation developing between the US and China as these planners in Washington, look at China, and they say if these guys all develop all have cars that won't be enough oil in the world, we have to stop it. The Chinese looking at the situation the other side of the chessboard thinking the same thing about us. But it's all nonsense. We opened up the universe. There's infinite resources, and and and and and the fact that the Chinese are going to be competing with us in this. I think is healthy. I it, you know. In the sixties. You know, the Cold War was deep, but you know, the space race had a certain camaraderie to it. You know and the Russians were playing. There was a challenge to challenge. You know? I was in Leningrad when we landed on the moon and the Russians I knew would punch me on the show. I say mouthed yet just like fatboy, we excelled in a sport that they respect it. They were happy. I mean, I'm sure the leaders were not happy, but the regular. Yeah. And you know, so and and you know. This new space race. It's going to make it possible. Not just to vote to the moon in Mars, but to go ever more cheaply. So that it won't just be a government stunt. It will be opening a frontier will make possible colonization settlement the development of new branches of human civilization in these places. This is a a grand future that that that's being opened up here. You know, I'll tell you what I think George I think that five hundred years from now the vast majority of the race will not be living on her this. They'll be billions of people on our. But we're going to be on thousands of other planets to orbiting stars in this region of the galaxy. And when they look back at this time, you know, what they're gonna think they're gonna think this is the beginning of history. We're present to the creation. Well, we might be living on Mars if they ever terror form the place, so yeah. Well that too. But you know this. You know, this point that musk has made that the entrepreneurs can do this kind of stuff that they thought that only superpowers could do this has spread to other fields that we're having a entrepreneurial race let loose infusion power because people, you know, fusion power is one of these things like cheap space launch. That was always going to be in the future and never came around. People start looking at this. And Saint maybe the problem here is like cheap space launch. Maybe wasn't fundamentally technical problem. Maybe it was an institutional problem, and you're getting fusion power startups now that are getting funded the two hundred million dollars five hundred million dollars. We're going to have an entrepreneurial we already have it. Now a fusion power race. And this is gonna create unlimited energy, and it's going to create new kinds of space propulsion systems that will make it possible Molly to get to Mars much faster. But will ultimately make possible intersts. Or travel. Robert, we've got a lawn. Busk SpaceX Jeff Bezos says blue origin, which one do you think is a head? Well, right now, SpaceX is a head the the there's no question about that. I mean, blue origin has not even reached orbit yet. Spacex. You know last year took over quarter of the entire world market space launches and really more than half. If you consider the fact that the other half was in Russia and China and was walled off from competition. The the the now.

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"zuber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:08 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And we're back Robert Zuber and back with us president of pioneer astronautics in the Marsh society as well as a senior fellow with the center for security policy, Robert has studied and researched in the fields of aerospace and energy. He has a PHD as well. His latest book is called the case for space, and Robert always a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank for inviting me back. How you been pretty good? Pretty good. The new book is coming out tomorrow. So our timing is perfect for this. Yes, it is. And I noticed in one of the releases we had a little quote from Buzz Aldrin, all excited about this. He's he's still out there doing his thing, isn't he? Is he is the one astronaut who didn't just, you know, take his Apollo grander a career move and move on to the board of something. This guy wants us to become a spacefaring species. He stayed in the trenches didn't he? Yep. Yep. Really did. And I ran into him. I was on the Larry King show years ago with him as one of the guests as well. He's just a just a nice guy. You know, you you think he's Mr. Tuffy all the time. When you hear that story about punching out that fellow who told him swear on a bible that you went to the moon and stuff like, but he he's a decent. Nice american. And it was proud to meet him. It really was. No the case for space. Tell me about this. Well, the case for space the subtitles how the revolution spaceflight opens up a future of limitless possibility. So that's the pieces of the book it starts with the revolution in spaceflight, which is going on now. And it is a revolution. You know? Of course, the most prominent example is Elon Musk may sex company, you know, in February of last year, they had the first flight of the foul in heavy now this thing in two thousand and ten norm. Augustine predicted for President Obama that heavy lift the would take twelve years to develop and thirty six billion dollars. Spacex did it in six years for less than one billion dollars capital. It's three quarters reusable, and he has low. Lowered the price of space launch by factor of five over the past ten years. Now, that's also see look, you know, space technology advanced very rapidly from Sputnik in nineteen fifty seven to the moon landing nineteen sixty nine okay. In that period. We developed pretty much the whole bag of tricks. The launch vehicles in space life support spacecraft space, communication navigation. Reentry technology space, rendezvous technology space, suits, everything. Okay. But then there's been stagnation that is. For example, the cost of space launch didn't drop a penny from nineteen seventy two two thousand ten so for we had, you know, twelve years of very rapid progress. Followed by forty years of stagnation, but then over the past ten years SpaceX first by introducing the falcon nine as a cheaper launch vehicle than making reusable making it much cheaper still than the falcon heavy. Making it even cheaper. They have reduced the cost of space launch by factor. Five and now, they're working on this thing they call starship. It's not a starship like the enterprise doesn't under the stars. But it is a fully reusable heavy lift launch vehicle, and it'll probably cut the cost of space launch down by another factor. So, you know, and but even more than that. What musk is done is proven point. It's proven that is possible for a wellhead lean entrepreneurial team to do things that was previously thought that only the governments of superpowers could do and not only that do it in half or one third time at one tenth or one thirty the cost and as a result of that they have sparked entrepreneurial space race because other people are looking at that and saying I want to do that too. I'm going to get into this game. And you've got not only other billionaires like Jack Basil's in Richard Branson doing it. You have working engineers middle-class people who are getting investments behind them of hundred million dollars two hundred million dollars three hundred million dollars and starting their own watch companies, and and people from countries that don't even have space programs like New Zealand has not cut government of New Zealand, but apply. Company news in New Zealand's never had a space program as it. Well, they've reached orbit now. But not the government a private company, right, right? And the the so this is happening. There's one in Ukraine, there's five in China, and the the the the the end they're going for it. And they're going to be competing with each other. And they're going to be knocking the price down evermore. They're going to be introducing new technologies, you, you know, you have much more creativity going on here and by reducing the cost of space launch. It's going to mean that there's going to be a lot more space launches which also means is going to be a lot more new technologies tried on the space craft side and with the cost of the lodge going down the spacecraft designers, not going to have to be so conservative. And I can only say, well, I'm not going to use anything that hasn't been used before. Which is basically in what people said for the past forty years, which of course, leads to complete that nation and say, let's try something new here. Let's this looks better. Let's let's get this tribe. We can take a chance and as a result of that the spacecraft technology is going to start racing ahead. So. So, you know. There was you know, the ancients, you know, and then there was the dark age. And now we're in the renaissance. What about countries like Russia and China will they continue to push through through their governments their space programs or will privatization takeover in those countries to well in all these places as there is here. There will always remain this government bureaucracy space program and its ally corporations and to and they will be an obstacle to innovation. But if in order to keep up, they're going to have to let the cat out of the bag because these sorts organizations simply cannot keep up, and I was in China a month ago, and I was into witness space launch by an entrepreneurial space company, private company, private China's carpeting, okay, that's right. And they now this was not a launch that went all the way to space. They they this is on the outskirts of seaside. Town in Shandong province on the coast, and they launched this rocket up about a hundred feet and the wind was blowing like twenty knots. Nasa would not have launched in this wind, but they want and they went up about one hundred feet, and they harbour there completely motionless despite the wind and then they brought it back down to land exactly in the center of the lodge. It was it was a tour to force and the and it was a very young team. The CEO of this company is twenty six years old and the expertise they demonstrated was remarkable or they get their money. Well, the CTO of Alibaba which is that's like the Amazon of China China. Yeah. He was there. That's where they're getting their money must have been the money person. And so in China, you know, they have their own version they have Alabama instead of Amazon they have their own version of Uber. They have their own version of Apple Pay. They have their own version of Google. It's like a parallel universe. Anyway. Copy everything we do. Right. They do. And now they're copying reusable space launch vehicles now. So now Russia, I know there are people in Russia that want to do it. But the problem in Russia is the government is such a bunch of crooks that anyone who would start their own SpaceX would have to be afraid that someone in the Kremlin would steal it from the seal or get Greece or something like that. They want some money doing the deal. So if Russia wants to play this game, they're going to have to reform. Robert, lemme ask you Dr question as we get into this incredible story that you've written up portion of the case for space the book that comes out in in the morning. What about the possibilities of all these private companies worldwide that are getting into this that are launching rockets, or we'll have the potential to launch rockets to also have the potential to launch a nuke. And we don't know who it is where they are. But it could happen is that a danger? I don't think so you know, I gotta have it. The new and nukes are very much the possession of of government so far. The the. Yeah. So, you know, and it's just not in the interest of a private company to launch a new, and no I don't think that's what this is about. And I actually think that as as I explain in the book and one of the later chapters. I think the opening the space frontier will do more to prevent war than almost anything else. Because what it will do is refute the fundamental idea that caused the catastrophes of the twentieth century, which is that there isn't enough to go around that there's only so much here and sooner or later, we're going to have to fight over it. I mean, you know, that is the underlying idea that sent Germany against Russia in the first World War and the second, and the, you know, let's take them out now before they develop. A sooner or later, we're gonna have to fight them. And right now there is the hazard of such a situation developing between the US and China as these planners and Washington, look at China may say if these guys all develop the all have cars that won't be enough oil in the world, we have to stop it. The Chinese looking at the situation the other side of the chessboard thinking the same thing about us. But it's all nonsense. We opened up the universe. There's infinite resources, and and and and and the fact that the Chinese are going to be competing with us in this. I think is healthy. I, you know. In the sixties. You know, Cold War was deep, but you know, the space race had a certain camaraderie to it. You know, and the Russians were playing there was a challenge to to challenge. You know, I was in Leningrad when we landed on the moon and the Russians I knew would, you know, punch me on the show. I say mouth, which is like fatboy. You know, it's like we had excelled in sport that they respect it. They were happy. They were. I mean, I'm sure the leaders were not happy, but the regular. Yeah. And you know, so and and you know. This new space race. It's going to make it possible. Not just to go to the moon in Mars, but to go evermore cheaply. So that it won't just be a government stunt. It will be opening a frontier will make possible colonization settlement the development of new branches of human civilization in these places. This is a a brand future that that that's being opened up here. You know, I'll tell you what I think George I think five hundred years from now the vast majority of the race will not be living on the be billions of people on our. But we're going to be on thousands of other planets to orbiting stars in this region of the galaxy. And when they look back at this time, you know, what they can think this is the beginning of history. We're present to the creation. Well, we might be living on Mars if they ever terror form the place, so yeah. Well that too. But you know, this, you know, this point that musk is made that the entrepreneurs can do this kind of stuff that they thought that only superpowers could do this a spread to other fields that we're having a Akron real race..

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Chemists Investigate Casanova's Clap

60-Second Science

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Chemists Investigate Casanova's Clap

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin all Cazenove the name is synonymous with a reputation for romantic. Let's say excess but a new study suggests that the real Jacome Cazenove may have exaggerated his sexual exploits none in terms of their sheer volume, but in their infectious aftermath because though Cazenove claim to have suffered several bouts of gonorrhea, researchers could find no traces of the responsible microbe on the pages of the womanisers handwritten memoir. The findings will appear in the journal electro freezes casanovas memoir completed in seventeen ninety eight fills twelve volumes and its English. Translation, runs to thirty five hundred pages in this tell-all casanovas tally some hundred twenty two lovers then confesses to recurring gonorrhea relapses to investigate these claims. Researchers turn to a technique they'd previously used to. Positively identified the bacterium that causes plague on the pages of death registries from seventeenth century Milan. Thus we thought we would be able to detect the gun Opoku on Kazan Avas pages. CC candidate meted in use memoirs have been been infected by gonorrhea in his first sex intercourse at the age of eighteen and having suffer from relapses of the sex Peja his lifetime as a gun lover. Giorgio Righetti, professor emeritus at Milan, polytechnic Righetti and his colleague glib Zuber Stein. Who has a company called spectra fon in Israel developed a hand held device that allows them to capture characterize protein, fragments and other macromolecules from the surface of historical documents such biological materials. Can get stuck to a manuscript when say someone licks his fingers to more easily turn the books pages leaving behind traces of potentially infected saliva, but in the case of Kesse. No. Ova that goes not racist caucus could be detected. They did however find traces of cinnabar a red pigment containing mercury sulfide at the time that chemical was used to treat these sexually transmitted diseases. Do your including syphilis gonorrhea quite likely that cousin Alvin been using macrey suit, find to cure relapse, his taraji. So it could be that as infection was in remission when Cazenove pen the three or four pages of chapters one and two that the researchers were able to examine and that in addition to his way with women Cazenove also had a deft hand with eighteenth century pharmaceuticals. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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I hope Lyft makes it

Talking Tech

03:53 min | 2 years ago

I hope Lyft makes it

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Starting a ride hailing company ain't cheap. Uber's main riot will lift has just announced plans to file for an IPO. And boy is it spending money to make ninety stay tuned. I'll tell you all about it on today's talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham. So, you know, I always prefer riding with lift versus Zuber because as I've noted here on talking tech in the past lift has better rates there consistently cheaper than Uber. At least for me and less prone to gouge me with surge pricing in peak times one morning. I wanted to get to the airport and Uber quoted me six times surge price increased lifted so I naturally stayed with them and have remained pretty loyal since. Now, it appears that many other writers have gotten the message as well in its IPO stockpiling lifts said it sold two point two billion dollars worth of rides in two thousand eighteen up from three hundred and forty three million just two years earlier in two thousand sixteen. So the company must be raking in right? Well, yes. And no while two point two billion dollars in revenues is fantastic. Lift also lost big money on all those rides some nine hundred million dollars in two thousand eighteen or nearly one billion dollars for future investors. The hope is that lift- floods the market and get so many loyal writers that the cost will even themselves out. And at the company will one day start to make money, but that's a big if let's say it tastes lift five years to get there. We could be living in a society. Then were driverless cars have become popular. Do we buy them or rent them out from lift or competing companies like Uber or Waymo the auto division from alphabet the parent company of Google lift has lost nearly three billion dollars since the company formed in two thousand twelve and has seen its market. Share growed thirty nine percent in two thousand eighteen the company says that's fabulous. I hope they make the focus on getting more people in cars at the. The same time to make the roads less crowded by giving us financial incentives to share as a great thing. And again, I love those rates now lift just needs to figure out a way to have a profitable business. I'm Jefferson Graham, what are your thoughts about lift and Uber. Let's talk about it on Twitter at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please describe the show on apple podcasts or wherever you listen to online audio please favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and thanks everyone for listening. In need of great talent for your business. But short on time. You don't have to get lost in a huge stack of resumes to find your perfect hire. You just need the right tools smarter tools with ZipRecruiter you can post your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards with just one click then ZipRecruiter. Actively looks for the most qualified candidates and invites them to apply. So you never miss a great match. No wonder eighty percent of employers who post on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day. Find out today why ZipRecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes and industries to find the most qualified job candidates with immediate results right now. Talking tech listeners can post jobs on ZipRecruiter for free. That's right free. Just go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. One more time to try it for free. You go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"zuber" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Heating air studios. This is us radio. Wait, forty W H A S. Zuber David you see that story that Paul miles did at the end of his newscasts at Kevin Hart had to back out of hosting the Oscars because the social Justice woke mob got all upset about old comments that he made. Yep. Is you can't be a comedian anymore? But now, apparently the Oscars will not have a host because they they can't find anybody woke enough to be the host even amongst their own Hollywood elite. They can't find anybody woken up to be the host. Why and doing on short notice for fifteen grand, right? I mean, I mean it used to be though that people were like, oh to host the Oscars that would be a great Kathy Griffin at do it. Listen Milano would do it. All these be listers. Would do it in a heartbeat. And I think that I'm not sure they want to go in there. Because every the woke people are the woke the woke Justice warriors woke warriors are going to start looking for anything. They might have said in the past on the Brian listen Milano could have something in her closet about something. She said about gay people or something on the bright side. There'll be no host making fun of conservatives out of the gate now just a bunch of woke movies. I coming up. We'll now now we've got governor on the line. And I wanna talk to him about a couple of things, and he joins us on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A AS governor. Are you this morning? It's going up. Well, I guess this is the first time I've talked to you since you told your angry old man joke about, you know, walk it up in the snow both ways, and how Kentucky kids are getting that was that was doing what liberals love to do you have that is adding show a story. What was funny? I think we'll get back to that subject. We are getting soft in America. But, but the funniest thing is that I was elected I traveled around the state when I was running for governor in green Chevy suburban. It's all I ever drove. It's the only vehicle I had for that purpose. But the night that I was elected Tom Brokaw on national television. Because it wasn't good enough that I was in a green suburban somebody's changed. It a Cadillac change the Cadillac Escalade. Changed it to a gold Cadillac Escalades. Brokaw talked about me barnstorming around the state and Mike gold had a lack escalate. Yeah. And it was what is the truth is irrelevant to most people in the media these days, which is a shame because they just have to take one off. Two things that may or may not have either been set in the first place. Do you still have that suburban by the way? Because I remember you there was there was a news story about you having it was up on up on lifters at the at the lube shop, or whatever how many miles. Do you have on it about two hundred twenty seven thousand? What are you driving at last night, actually? I must say Chevy. You know, there's a lotta great automobile makers, but the Chevy suburban is a workforce. It's just a great vehicle. What was your reaction to our ochre calling? You nitwit? You know, what am I back in the eighth grade? Now. I did I literally didn't even realize you were still around and then I saw fix from literally. I it's a very different Al Roker and the guy I remember from decades ago. I didn't realize he was still in the world is trying to remain relevant by being a a hip eighth grader. It's sort of my point. Comments in America's getting soft was somewhat scoop advice people's outraged. React. Accused of getting soft. But I did notice that everyone can. Senior out the middle of my actual statement the middle two seconds of which says it has released two kids in school. We need to err on the side of being safe, right? Yeah. Just for the record. I d I didn't leave that out because I played the whole thing where you what you said to Terry miners, and it was clear that you were joking. My take on it was that, you know, it was kind of an angry old man joke. But it was a joke nonetheless. But the truth of what you were saying that we are getting soft in America's one hundred percent true. I mean, I blame I blame that generation. Well, and I and I look at look at the Super Bowl commercials. They sucked they had no humor. And they lectured America that was pretty much what happened and the reason is because we have we have a nation. That's become humorless with a nation. That's become ultra offended with a nation. That is completely triggered by absolutely everything. And I don't I don't know how you get through life. Waking up every morning, look and see who who who you're offended by. That's interesting. I I remember guys like, you know, Eddie Murphy, and I'm in no way shape, performed prior to defend any of its stand up routines, or what have you? But if you remember they were just a little bit provocative were. They were offensive. They were as he titled his own movie of raw and they got in people's face. Now, many were appropriately offended whole purpose of them was to create dialogue and rage. Not justifying it. Anyway, she formed, but we have gotten so milk off everything now in America. We were unable to have a Frank and honest conversation about anything that sad. I don't know that we're better or worse for it. It would seem perhaps worse, but I'm sure some will be offended by this comment itself. Well, I think I think it makes the division worse. You know in in the in the midst of all of this. There was a terrible situation that happened at the Hindu temple in Louisville. And somebody went over there and did some hateful graffiti you actually went. There is minor standing, and and visited and there were hundreds of people that came out and showed that we're not all angry at each other. And we're not all hateful towards each other and cleaned that graffiti off I thought that was a great show of the unity that the media sometimes defies exists. Well, I tell you it's important because Kentucky is better than that. This was a troubled young, man. He was a. Nature with some, you know, I'll leave it to the medical doctors and law enforcement officers ultimately. But. A young person who's not. Doing well on the number and then vandalized this place. He should be held accountable. But it is not indicative of who we are in Kentucky Louisville or anywhere else for that matter. I have friends who actually attend that temple. And these are good people in there. Good part of this community. A lot of people who are business people and employers in part of the fabric of the Louisville community and beyond. There are people who attended that temple who comes from as far away as Owensboro every single week. These are folks who are largely from the region of India known as Gujarat it's a state, and I was actually just in Gujarat a couple of weeks ago. The prime minister of India, Prime Minister Modi is from Gujarat Gandhi was from good drawn a lot of people that are known came from that region. These are people who are part of the fabric of America. They're trying to contribute. And I think it was only appropriate then I was very happy. Go and say that we're not gonna tolerate this or stand for this. And I was just delighted at how many hundreds. As of people in the community poured out to show their support in to help clean things up Kentucky's been at the center of a lot of national news lately. You defended the kids from Covington Catholic at the Washington DC event that took place the narrative showed that the media was incredibly wrong on the way that they presented that congressman John Yarmuth over in Louisville has yet to retract the things that he said where he was joking. And apparently the media didn't have a problem with that. But he was joking about people who were at the time getting death threats. Now, it looks like the lawyer for Nixon men at the center of all of this is is sending some some letters to celebrities and media outlets. What's your reaction to the potential for major lawsuits if they don't retract I love it? Whether they retract or not they should be held accountable for they absolutely libelled this young man and his classmates. They did it willfully maliciously. They did it mindlessly. They did it absolutely devoid of any factual reality. And they thought they would do it. With impunity. And they are not being able to get away with it. And they're nailed to the wall. Yeah. You're going to give the state of Kentucky the state of the Commonwealth address later this week. I think it's Thursday. So give us a preview what is the state of the Commonwealth. Commonwealth. From an economic standpoint is rock solid is good as it's ever been from an unemployment from a job creation from workforce participation from per capita income standpoint were as strong as we've ever been. And yet we still have issues to deal with we've got to get these healthcare issues under control. We've gotta get our pension crisis resolved, and these are things that are the responsibility of the of the legislators, I'll be in their chambers. Speaking with them, but overall people should be pretty fired up Kentucky's rising. Like it never has before. The overall state is good really is. And that's going to be the general message that we'll deliver later this week. Do you think it's kinda hard to pin down legislators on whether or not they can come to some sort of agreement on the pension issue? I know this has been a major a major aspect of your. Since you campaigned on this at the very beginning. Do you think you have hope that in this session? They can come up with something bipartisan that everybody will accept the risk of being dismissive of the question. I hope isn't gonna cut it. I mean, the reality is that something has to be done. We can't hope for it has to actually happen. This way. Nonhazardous which affects the lives of one hundred thousand people or so is one of the larger of the half dozen or so playing that we have in the state that are part of what we call the pension system that retirement system that it covers social workers highway workers people have that sort it ended the year with a little over two billion dollars it paid out in the year prior one billion in benefits in it added to contributions other than what the state funded which is funded through my budget, and the legislatures reaffirmed other than that which was more than what's required to try to save. It it added about one hundred million. So you got two billion you pay billions you add one hundred million. You tell me how long that's gonna last. That's what our legislators have to deal with it isn't a function of whether they want to or not if they do not want it to fail they must act in. So only they can do it. Whether they do it or not I can't begin to predict. I can't do it for them. If I could I would have already done it. So we'll see I mean their job. They know it's their job. They're having conversations about it. But we've been having conversations about it to varying degrees for twenty five years. Now is the time for action. Do you? Let me let me talk about your new campaign for governor. What why did you pick a new running mate? For a couple reasons I was just on this show. Well, west in the western part of the state early this morning talking about the same thing when I look at what we needed in the first four years. I wanted to bring an outsider's perspective to people who never been in government. Two people who were formerly business people to people who were conservatives to people who represented demographics may business guy from Louisville. She and African American from the central part of this state to people who no one had ever been elected to statewide office at the gubernatorial level, then we challenged all these notions about what the state could or could not do, and we did it successfully. And she's been an outstanding Lieutenant governor she was and continues to be a dear friend. I believe we'll be a hope for the rest of our lives. Have no reason to think that won't be the case as I look into the next four years and look at what this state needs. What we need is different in. What was the for the first four we need to address these issues that we've talked to not the least of which though is the healthcare state that we're in. We are a state that has big problems with the opioid crisis as we implement this Medicaid waiver as we look at our nation's leading type retention. Diabetes, cardiovascular disease, lung disease, etc. Choose somebody who is a medical doctor who is a legislator..

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"zuber" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:53 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And ninety four one FM. Welcome back to coast to coast. Am our guest tonight, Robert Zuber. And and we are talking Mars and Robert before we get to the phone calls. I have this question from Twitter from Eddie in Pennsylvania. It's a great question. He says does does Mr. Zuber and think NASA will survive the next hundred years or will it go away in favor of private industry? What do you think about that? Robert. Well, a hundred years is a long time, you know, Soviet Union didn't last one hundred years. So who knows any particular government agency will last one hundred years, but I think the US government will have a space agency a hundred years now, the, but I think that most of the activity in space one hundred years from now, we'll be private let's go. Let's go to wildcard let's get to the phone. So let's go to Barry in South Carolina berry, I knew you'd be. I welcome. Jimmy and go back leave right back at you bury. What do you have for Robert tonight? Well, I got two great questions. I'm gonna say just Jamie, but real quick love and your bumper music. New you go play. Capcom by David Bowie. And anyway, Robert. I studied biology chemistry in college and stuff, and how to how you feel about all the is that his Val is frozen. They're on Mars if we could solve that is would it release enough oxygen to possibly that? You have organic life on Mars. Well, there's a lot of water on Mars, and there's probably enough water on Mars to cover the whole planet with an ocean six hundred feet deep now that. Earth has a lot more water than that its earth was supposed that we'd be under twelve thousand feet of water. But still it's it's a lot of water. It's it's comparable to the amount of freshwater on earth in if we didn't have salt water oceans just had fresh water. That's that'd be like Mars but melted. And so as we produced a lot of greenhouse gases on Mars what I was telling Jimmy in the first half of the show, we could warm the planet enough. So the water which male and the dry rivers on Mars. It starts flowing in the dry lakes fill up and and the dry season fill up and there'd be rain. And at that point. You could start spreading plants all over Mars, and they would start making oxygen. Now, if we were using the kind of plants we have today, we'll take a thousand years to produce enough oxygen for people to breathe it on Mars. But if we're talking one hundred years from now, it's hardly out of the question that we will have genetically engineered. Plants that are far more efficient at photosynthesis. Then the plants that we have now, and maybe this can be done much quicker. Berry. You said you had a second question real quick. Go ahead. Yes. But what a great answer, Robert. Thank you. But let me ask you this. Do you flick Leany microscopic organic life right now found up in the ice and glaciers and thank you guys. I love you keep up the good work gave me thank you berry. And that's a great question. Robert, you know, it's the million dollar question. Is there anything there now? I would think that if there's life living on Mars now. And my guess is that there is it would be in the underground liquid water that is you might have sales deserved in ice. But for something to actually be alive. The water has to be liquid and you know, the earliest life on earth could not tolerate oxygen because the earth didn't have any. And so when plants started putting oxygen in our atmosphere the surface of the earth became uninhabitable to the first life forms of the earth. And so these the archaic bacteria, so they retreated into the groundwater, and they're still there today. Three billion years later, they're still they're living happily into groundwater. They seem to dinosaurs. Come and go they've seen the mastodons. Come and go, you know, they seem to bear come and go, and and and and and they'll probably be there after you manage extinct. So if there was life on the early Mars Wennemars was warming. Wet and the surface got too cold for liquid water. They would have retreated into the groundwater. We now know there is groundwater on Mars. That's where you would probably find extant life. We could maybe find fossils on the Martian surface and the Rover resenting tomorrow twenty twenty it's gonna look for them. It's going to a place where it could be fossils to find. But if there's excellent life living life, it would be in the underground water. Now, I'm going to save save us all from this. We're going to probably take a phone call. But I'll ask the question now. What about those pyramids on Mars? Is that just natural logical formations? Yeah. They certainly do look strange. Yeah. But look given the number of photographs taken of Mars. It would be surprising. If we didn't find interesting things like that. And I live here in Colorado twenty miles from where I am right now. There's a rock called Castle Rock, and it looks like a castle, but it's just a rock formation forty miles from where I am right now. There's a mountain called John F Kennedy mountain. And if you look at it from a certain angle, it looks exactly why John F Kennedy, but it's a natural rock formation. Do you think? JFK was an assassinated. Do you think that we would have continued with our Mars missions? Well, it's possible. Of course, the real issue was what would happen in nineteen sixty eight because Johnson did continue. Of course, the program that Kennedy had started the Apollo program kept going in the sixties after Kennedy was Sassanian. So if there hasn't been a change of administration in nineteen let's say Humphrey had won the election in nineteen sixteen Nixon. I think it might be kept going further. Yes, let's go to let's go out west. Let's go to Bill down in San Diego. Bill. You're up next on coast. Welcome. Hey, Jimmy, and Robert how are you guys doing? I really loved the show and thank you for taking my call. Go ahead Bill. I I'm a big fan. And I I love to listen to discussions about this sort of thing, and I've heard Mr. souverain before and I highly respect you both quick question. Quick comment and a question in the spirit of space travel beyond Mars and such. And I sure wish we were there already. For example, you know, the taking from the spirit of people like our committees and H G wells and Werner van Braun. I think we really can develop space travel that may equal the speed of light or possibly exceeded. And specifically H G wells in the movie the first man in the moon. They put a solution on the space craft which allowed it to become anti gravitational. If you will how close or how far away are we from some kind of a? Solution a compound that would allow spacecraft to escape gravity and travel at great speeds like this. Close to or even exceeding the speed of light. That's a great question. Bill in it, something that Robert has been talking about. The propulsion systems and efficiently getting to Mars, but the speed of light issue. We can do that. Now tomorrow now in six months. In fact, the insight probe that just landed on Mars took six months to get to Mars. So we can do that with chemical propulsion. Now, if you want to get to the stars, you gotta go a lot faster. Now, the fastest thing that is sort of on the drawing boards would be fusion for Paulson that could probably get us up to ten percent speed of light which would get us to the nearest star in forty years. That's pretty long trip. But it's doable. For people who really rise to challenge. But beyond that, we're going to have to have new physics. And I think there is new physics out there to be discovered. I the physics that we have right now. You know, it's not complete for example. You know, it's a basic law physics that we have. And then as an engineer I work with all the time, which is that matter energy cannot be created or destroyed. But if that's so how was it created? So. There's things that in terms of our everyday experience a physics that are true that cannot be true in the broader sense. So I think there's new physics waiting to be discovered. You know, they they just discovered that the proton only nine percent of its mass comes from the mass of the quarks that are in the rest of it is kinetic energy, those quarks and other things inside of it moving around really fast and things move really fast. They have a lot of energy, and that energy can be converted into mass. Well, that means that if you broke a proton apart, there's a tremendous amount of energy could be released, and that would be almost as much energy as anti manner. And who knows I mean, if you had that you could get close to the speed of light. What about those the current mercury mission? That's using for the first time ion thrusters. No, it's not the first time. But first time in space. Now. Now, the dawn spacecraft that went to the asteroid belt use ion thrusters. Okay. The and effectively those thrusters they have about ten times the exhaust velocity of a chemical engine. But they can only. Apply. Very slowly they're kind of like cars to get a thousand miles to the gallon. But take a year to go from zero to sixty. So they're not useful for driving around town. But if you had a really long trip where you can just stick your foot on the gas for a year, then eventually it gets up to speed. And now you're cruising along a thousand miles to the gallon. That's kind of like what I on thrusters alike. So not terribly good for you and missions. They're good for space probes where you have all the time in the world. And you're you're trying to get the maximum out of your fuel. But. So anyway, if it's conceivable to me that we could get close to the speed of light in which case, you could get out the centurion four years, but to go faster than the speed of light. We would not merely have to discover new physics. We'd have to discover why the physics that. We have right now is wrong because I'm Stein's theory of relativity says you can't go faster than light. So I think there's new physics waiting to be discovered. And there's there's there's things that we don't know. Okay. But to go faster than light. We'd have to find out that things that we do know aren't so. Which maybe could be. But that's a more of a stretch. I have this question from Twitter from indigenous soul. And the question is does Mars have hydrocarbons that we can access in Bern is there enough oxygen to facilitate combustion. Well, here's the thing. There may be a little bit of natural hydrocarbons on Mars, but we can make hydrocarbons on Mars, and in fact in my Mars direct plan. And by the way, I have a book on this. It's called the case for Mars, and you can get it on Amazon, and it goes through all the stuff. If you Mars is atmosphere is mostly carbon dioxide it has water. If you electrolytes water you make hydrogen and oxygen you can react the hydrogen with carbon dioxide to produce methane that's natural gas. It's an excellent fuel. So now you have oxygen and methane, and that's your fuel combination. But you need energy to do this, synthesis. Such as from a nuclear reactor, we could send tomorrow is now or a fusion reactor might be able to build in the future Mars has a lot of fuel for fusion reactors have deteriorate which is the fuel for fusion. The actress is five times as common on Mars is on earth. So once we have fusion power Marsh. They're going to be able to have you'll for that. And they'll be able to make a chemical fuels hydrocarbons using that energy. Is there anything to this?.

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"zuber" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on 600 WREC

"All across the United States. We're coming to you live from the future tech headquarters, which tonight is the coast to coast AM studios right here in Los Angeles, California and standing in on the Saturday evening. I am your host Jimmy church and tonight. Mike guest are Robert Zuber n- tests, a be dick. Often talk about and cover here on coast to coast AM other show fade to black. I cover our world today, and it's not necessarily when I say something like that. What you think our world today is amazing? We live in a society that has technology advancements, which truly are taken for granted. The real world that we currently live in was still science fiction just twenty five short years ago, and you need to think about that for a second. And here's the crazy thing. Philip k dick wrote about our current version of us. He did it forty fifty well actually almost seventy years ago. And and just think about that for a second where we are today is absolutely amazing. And then there are things like the man in the high castle that was written in nineteen sixty two have you seen the new TV series? It's amazing do androids dream of electric sheep. Nineteen sixty eight. And of course, we know that is the movie blade runner and its future look at Los Angeles. And I'm here to tell you that movie was spot on if you've ever driven down the one ten freeway through downtown Los Angeles today, but these films are based on his writing, and that does include blade runner total recall minority report as scanner darkly the adjustment bureau. He produced forty four published novels and approximately one hundred and Twenty-one short stories. Those most of the short stories were published while he was still alive, by the way, his influence on pop culture is visions of the future. They just cannot be measured later tonight. His wife Tessa be dick is going to join us. And we're going to talk about his life. We're gonna talk about Philip k dick. But first up we have Robert Zuber and Robert has been pushing for us. Us to get to Mars and figure out a way to stay there. For more than two decades. Robert established the Mars society one thousand nine hundred eighty eight with a manned Mars mission as its goal by private funding. If they could pull that off and his vision of the future, like tear, reforming Mars producing resources, like oxygen water and energy are all being explorer today, but were I detail by Zuber and David Baker back in nineteen ninety and published in his nineteen ninety six book the case for Mars. So we're going to do all of that. The news about Mars today seems analysts last week the insight Lander landed on Mars, and this is what's crazy. You wanna talk about science fiction mind. Name Jimmy church is on the Mars Lander. The insight, and I was out in my backyard here in Burbank with my wife. Wife Rita last week right after the landing happen. We're looking up, and we use our little star finder thing, and we're looking up at Mars and thinking at that moment. My name is on the red planet. How did we get here? That's the technology. That is our world. This is just us. This is our society today. It's absolutely amazing. And that's why I talk about it so much. So enjoy the bumper music tonight and later we're gonna open up the phones we're gonna do that both with Robert and Tessa a bit later, it's Saturday night. It's coast are want to hear from all of you. And I want you to join in on the conversation. I'm your host Jimmy church, and I'll be right back with my first guest Robert Zuber in this is coast to coast AM..

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"zuber" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

16:23 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back to coast to coast. Am our guest tonight Robert Zuber in and we are talking Mars and Robert before we get to the phone calls. I have this question from Twitter from Eddie in Pennsylvania. It's a great question. He says does does Mr. Zuber in think NASA will survive the next hundred years or will it go away in favor of private industry? What do you think about that? Robert. Well, a hundred years is a long time, you know. Soviet Union didn't last one hundred years. So who knows a any particular government agency will last one hundred years, but I think the US government will have a space agency hundred years from now the, but I think that most of the activity in space hundred years from now, we'll be private let's go. Let's go to wildcard let's get to the phone. So let's go to Barry in South Carolina berry, I knew you'd be up. I welcome. Jimmy and go back late cat right back at you bury. What do you have for Robert tonight? Well, I got two great questions. I'm gonna say just Jimmy, but real quick love and your bumper music. I knew you go play. Cap'n Tom by David Bowie. And anyway, Robert. I studied by chemistry in college and stuff, and how to how you feel about all the is that is as frozen there on Mars if we could fall that is would it release enough oxygen to possibly that? You have organic life on Mars. Well, there's a lot of water on Mars, and there's probably enough water on Mars to cover the whole planet with an ocean six hundred feet deep now that. Earth has a lot more water than that its earth was supposed that we'd be under twelve thousand feet of water. But still it's it's a lot of water. It's it's it's comparable to the amount of freshwater on earth. If we didn't have salt water oceans just had the fresh water. That's that'd be like Mars, but melt it, and so as we produced a lot of greenhouse gases on Mars what I was telling Jimmy in the first half of the show, we could warm the planet enough. So the water which male and the dry rivers on March it start flowing in the dry lakes it fill up and and the dry season fill up and there'd be rain. And at that point. You could start spreading plants all over Mars, and they would start making oxygen. Now, if we were using the kind of plants we have today, it would take a thousand years to produce enough oxygen for people to breathe it on Mars. But if we're talking one hundred years from now, it's hardly out of the question that we will have genetically engineered. Plants that are far more efficient at photosynthesis than the plants that we have now, and maybe this could be done much quicker. Berry. You said you had a second question real quick. Go ahead. Yes. But what a great answer, Robert. Thank you. But let me ask you this. Do you use like Leaney? Microscopic organic life right now found up in the ice and glaciers and thank you guys. I love you keep up the good work gave me thank you berry. And that's a great question. Robert, you know, it's the million dollar question. Is there anything there now? I would think that if there's life living on Mars now. And my guess is that there is it would be in the underground liquid water that is you might have sales preserved in ice. But for something to actually be alive. The water has to be liquid and you know, the earliest life on earth could not tolerate oxygen because the earlier I didn't have any. And so when plants started putting oxygen in our atmosphere the surface of the earth became uninhabitable to the first life forms of the earth. And so these the arcade bacteria, so they retreated into the groundwater, and they're still there today. Three billion years later, they're still they're living happily in the groundwater. They seem to dinosaurs. Come and go they've seen the mastodons. Come and go, you know, they seem to bear mocked come and go, and and and and and and they'll probably be there after humanity is extinct. So if there was life on the early Mars Wennemars was warming. Wet and the surface got too cold for liquid water. They would have retreated into the groundwater. We now know there is groundwater on Mars. That's where you would probably find extant life. We could maybe find fossils on the Martian surface and the Rover resenting tomorrow twenty twenty it's gonna look for them. It's going to a place where it could be fossils to find. But if there's excellent life living life, it would be in the underground water. Now, I'm gonna save save us all from this. We're going to probably take a phone call. But I'll ask the question now. What about those pyramids on Mars? Is that just natural logical formations? Yeah. They certainly do look strange. Yeah. But look given the number of photographs taken of Mars. It would be surprising. If we didn't find interesting things like that. And I live here in Colorado twenty miles from where I am right now. There's a rock called Castle Rock, and it looks like a castle, but it's just a rock formation forty miles from where I am right now. There's a mountain call John F Kennedy mountain, and if you look at it from a certain angle, it looks exactly like John F Kennedy, but it's a natural rock formation. Do you think if JFK wasn't assassinated, do you think that we would have continued with our Mars missions? Well, it's possible. Of course, the real issue was what would happen in nineteen sixty eight because Johnson did continue, of course, the program that Kennedy had started, right? Apollo program. Kept going in the sixties after Kennedy was Sassanian. So if there hasn't been a change of administration in nineteen let's say Humphrey had won the election in nineteen sixteen Nixon. Right. I think it might be kept going further. Yes. Let's go to let's go out west. Let's go to Bill down in San Diego. Bill. You're up next on coast. Welcome. Hey, Jimmy, and Robert how are you guys doing? I really loved the show and thank you for taking my call. Go ahead Bill. I I'm a big fan. And I I love to listen to discussions about this sort of thing. And I've heard Mr. Subaru in before and highly respect you both quick question. Quick comment and a question in the spirit of space travel beyond Mars and such. And I sure wish we were there already, for example, you know, the taking from the spirit of people like our communities and h g wells and Wernher von Braun. I think we really can develop space travel that may equal the speed of light or possibly exceeded. And specifically H G wells in the movie the first man in the moon. They put solution on the space craft which allowed it to become anti gravitational. If you will how close or how far away are we from some kind of a solution a compound that would allow spacecraft to escape gravity and travel at great speeds like this close to or even exceeding the speed of light. That's a great question. Bill in it. Something Robert has been talking about. The propulsion systems and efficiently getting to Mars, but the speed of light issue Mars. We can do that. Now tomorrow is now in six months. In fact, the insight probe that just landed on Mars took six months to get to Mars. So we can do that with chemical propulsion. Now, if you want to get to the stars, you gotta go a lot faster. Now, the fastest thing that is sort of on the drawing boards would be fusion for portion that could probably get us up to ten percent speed of light which would get us to the nearest star in forty years. That's a pretty long trip. But it's doable. For people who really rise to a challenge. But beyond that, we're going to have to have new physics. And I think there is new physics out there to be discovered. I the physics that we have right now. You know, it's not complete for example. You know, it's a basic law physics that we have. And then as an engineer I work with all the time, which is that matter energy cannot be created or destroyed. But if that's so how was it created? So. There's things that in terms of our everyday experience a physics that are true that cannot be true in a broader sense. So I think there's new physics waiting to be discovered. You know, they just discovered that the proton only nine percent of its mass comes from the mass of the quarks that are in the rest of it is Connecticut energy of those quarks and other things inside of it moving around really fast and things move really fast. They have a lot of energy, and that energy can be converted into mass. Well, that means that if you broke a proton apart, there's a tremendous amount of energy that could be released, and that would be almost as much energy as anti manner. And who knows I mean, if you had that you could get close to the speed of light. What about those the current mercury mission? That's using for the first time I on thrusters. No, it's not the first time. But it first time in space. No, no, the dawn spacecraft that went to the asteroid belt use ion thrusters. Okay. The and effectively those thrusters they have about ten times the exhaust velocity of a chemical engine. But they can only. Apply. Very slowly. They're kind of like cars that get a thousand miles to the gallon, but take a year to go from zero to sixty. So they're not useful for driving around town. But if you had a really long trip where you can just stick your foot on the gas for a year, then eventually it gets up to speed. And now you're cruising along the thousand miles to the gallon. That's kind of like what I on thrusters like, so not terribly good for human missions. They're good for space probes where you have all the time in the world. And you're you're trying to get the maximum on out of your fuel. But. So anyway, if it's conceivable to me that we could get close to the speed of light in which case, you could get out the centurion four years, but to go faster than the speed of light. We would not merely have to discover new physics. We'd have to discover why the physics that. We have right now is wrong. Because Stein's theory of relativity says you can't go faster than light. So I think there's new physics waiting to be discovered. And there's there's there's things that we don't know. Okay. But to go faster than light. We'd have to find out that things that we do know aren't so which maybe could be, but that's more of a stretch. I have this question from Twitter from indigenous soul. And the question is does Mars have hydrocarbons that we can access and burn is there enough oxygen to facilitate combustion. Well, here's the thing. There may be a little bit of natural hydrocarbons on Mars, but we can make hydrocarbons on Mars, and in fact in my Mars direct plan. And by the way, I have a book on this. It's called the case for Mars, and you can get it on Amazon, and it goes through all this stuff. If you Mars is atmosphere is mostly carbon dioxide, it has water if you will let you realize water you make hydrogen and oxygen you can react the hydrogen with carbon dioxide to produce methane that's natural gas. It's an excellent fuel. So now you have oxygen and methane, and that's your fuel combination. But you need energy to do this, synthesis. Such as from a nuclear reactor, we could send to Marsh now or a fusion reactor might be able to build in the future Mars is a lot of fuel for fusion reactors have deteriorate which is the fuel for fusion. The actress is five times as common on Mars is in is on earth. So once we have fusion power Marsh. We're going to be able to have fueled for that. And they'll be able to make a chemical fuels hydrocarbons using that energy. Is there anything to this? If we go to Mars right now, if you sign up for it, it's a one way trip you're not coming back, and that kind of press feels a little bit negative to me. Is there something to those kinds of statements? Well, okay, look. Nasa and SpaceX they're planning their first missions to be round trip missions. Now, there was a there is an organization called Mars one which is saying it wants to send people to Mars and it wants to send them one way. And now a one way we're all going likes a one way trip. Okay. We're all going one way to somewhere. Right. Right. Right. And you know, so a one way mission is not necessarily a suicide mission. If it's done correctly. It's a colonization mission. You know, practically all Americans are here because you know, their parents or their grandparents or their grandparents took a one way trip from Europe or Asia or Africa to America. That's why we're here. I happen to be glad that my ancestors took that one way trip. Now, the question of whether Marsh one first of all is even capable of getting people. Tomorrow's one way. And if they did whether they'd be willing able to sustain that by keep on sending reinforcements more people more equipment more of everything which is what you need to do with the colonization effort. That's a different question. But at some point people are going to go to Mars one way statue, what colonization is and is there we've got forty five seconds of we can pick this up when we come back. Is there money to be made on Mars is there are there? Sara people on are still find ways to make money on Mars. Would we bring those resources back? I think the things that will come back. We'll be inventions. I think Mars is going to be an adventurous colony, and they'll make all sorts of inventions for their own purposes, and those things will be useful on earth into license than here. And don't make billions with fascinating fascinating. All right. We're going to get back to your phone calls after this short break. Coast to coast AM, I'm heroes Jimmy church. Our guest tonight, Robert Zuber, and you can follow me on Twitter at J church radio. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us. Do you have a photo that you think would interest the coast to coast audience? We're always on the hunt for unique and unusual images for our photo gallery to submit your image. Simply go to coast to coast, AM dot com and.

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"zuber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome to everyone listening all around the world all across the United States. Coming to you live from the future tech headquarters, which tonight is the coast to coast AM studios right here in Los Angeles, California standing in on the Saturday evening. I am your host Jimmy church and tonight. Mike guest are Robert Zuber n- tests. Be dick often talk about and cover here on coast to coast AM either show fade to black. I cover our world today, and it's not necessarily when I say something like that. What you think our world today is amazing? We live in a society that has technology and advancements, which truly are taken for granted. The real world that we currently live in was still science fiction just twenty five short years ago, and you need to think about that for a second. And here's the crazy thing. Philip k dick wrote about our current version of us. He did it forty fifty well actually almost seventy years ago. And and just think about that for a second where we are today is absolutely amazing. And then there are things like the man in the high castle that was written in nineteen sixty two have you seen the new TV series? It's amazing do androids dream of electric sheep, nineteen sixty eight. And of course, we know that is the movie blade runner and its future look at Los Angeles. And I'm here to tell you that movie was spot on if you've ever driven down. The one ten freeway through downtown Los Angeles today, but these films are based on his writing, and that does include blade runner or total. Recall minority report as scanner darkly the adjustment bureau. He produced forty four published novels and approximately one hundred and Twenty-one short stories. Those most of the short stories were published while he was still alive, by the way, his influence on pop culture is visions of the future. It just cannot be measured later tonight. His wife Tessa be dick is going to join us, and we're gonna talk about his life. We're gonna talk about Philip k dick. But first up we have Robert Zuber, and Robert has been pushing for us to get to Mars and figure out a way to stay there. For more than two decades, Robert established the mar- society in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight with a manned Mars mission as its goal by private funding. If they could pull that off and his visions of the future, like tear, reforming Mars producing resources, like oxygen water and energy are all being explorer today, but were I detail by Zuber and David Baker. Back in nineteen ninety published in his nineteen ninety six book the case for Mars. So we're going to do all of that. The news about Mars today seems analysts last week the insight Lander landed on Mars, and this is what's crazy. You wanna talk about science fiction? My name Jimmy church is on the Mars Lander. The insight, and I was out in my backyard here in Burbank with my wife Rita last week right after the landing happen. We're looking up, and we use our little star finder thing, and we're looking up at Mars and thinking at that moment. My name is on the red planet. How did we get here? That's the technology. That is our world. This is just us. This is our society today. It's absolutely amazing. And that's why I talk about it so much so enjoy the bumper. Music tonight and later we're gonna open up the phones we're gonna do that both with Robert and Tessa a bit later, it's Saturday night. It's coast. I want to hear from all of you. And I want you to join in on the conversation. I'm your host Jimmy church, and I'll be right back with my first guest Robert Zuber in this is coast to coast.

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A look at Mars Direct

TechStuff

04:56 min | 2 years ago

A look at Mars Direct

"Next. I want to talk about Mars direct. This is a plan that was developed by Dr Robert Xueren and Zuber's plan would allow humans to not just travel to Mars, but the comeback from Mars. So this is not a one way trip situation to do. So we would have to develop methods to manufacture rocket fuel from the Tirias on Mars, particularly materials that are found in Mars's atmosphere, and he advocates using Martian soil and minerals in it for construction materials, which could be problematic with the perchlorate issue. And like the Mars one plan he feels that would be important to extract water from the Martian soil to support life. But unlike the Mars one plan, he goes into a lot more detail about his ideas and has a lot more scholarship to back him up on many of his plans. So in the Mars direct plan the initial. Dan. The first step was to send an unmanned spacecraft called the earth return vehicle to Mars. So essentially, you're putting the the return ship onto Marzieh's surface. That's your first step and not only would it be the spacecraft. It would also the the payload would also include a Rover that would be able to travel on the surface of Mars and do mission parameters are fulfil mission parameters, I should say, and then the nuclear reactors that the Mars colony would use to process materials to generate rocket fuel. And the idea would be that between the Rover these nuclear reactors, and the return vehicle you would be able to process enough material to fully fuel they return vehicle and have it rained ago. So that day one when you land on Mars, you've already got your return ticket ready. So that was the first part of the plan, then you would have a second. Trip or he would send two payloads. One would be a second earth return vehicle or E R V, and another would be a habitat module that would be a place where people would actually live and a few astronauts along the way as well. The initial plan was to send four and that way, you would never have a situation where anyone would be alone. People can travel in pairs, the astronauts would spend about a year and a half on Mars before jumping into one of the ER vs and returning home, or maybe, you know, both necessary. But that would give them plenty of time to work on Mars to start setting up the colony and to get things really prepared for future trips. And while they would be returning home, a new crew and new ER vs and new habitat units could be traveling back toward Mars because this taking advantage of that same launch window. We talked about earlier, and so you would be. Adding more and more habitat units and earth return vehicles to the surface of Mars. This would keep up a cycle that would allow astronauts to explore more and more of the planet, and eventually start linking those hab units together to create a larger colony that could be sustainable and his plan really depends upon us making the most out of the materials that are available on Mars as barren as Mars is. There are a lot of ways that we could potentially exploited the material there to create a colony and including things like extracting that water from the soil. So it's a lot of living off the land kind of mentality as much as we possibly could. Now, unlike Mars won the Mars direct plan is just a proposal. It's not a project that's being run by a nonprofit that has a four profit element that supposed to hate all the money. That's what Mars one is doing Mars. Direct isn't it's more of an idea a strategy. That's advocated by zoo grin, and the Mars society. It is not an active organization that's taking investments in the supposed- effort to send people to Mars Zuber has proposed it to NASA. And after some initial criticisms about the plan. He went back and made some changes to his approach. One of those changes became the Mars semi direct approach, which would put the earth return vehicle. Not on the surface of Mars, the rather inserted into the orbit around Mars. So the earth return vehicle, the return ticket home would be in orbit around Mars and on Mars you had put a different vehicle called the Mars ascent vehicle. And it's only job would be to launch a crew off the surface of Mars into Martian orbit where Denic could run day view with the ER v that was already out in orbit Astra..

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Uber fine; hash brown distraction; quick degree; slow home price rise

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Uber fine; hash brown distraction; quick degree; slow home price rise

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Uber fine hash Brown distraction quick degree slow home price rise. This is the daily business briefing compiled by the chronicle staff and new services number of the day one point two million dollars. That's how much Uber has been fined by British and Dutch with authorities for failing to protect customers data during a cyber attack in twenty sixteen Britain's information Commissioner's office, find the company four hundred ninety one thousand dollars and Dutch officials imposed a six hundred seventy nine thousand dollar fine. British officials cited quote avoidable data security flaws that allowed personal data for roughly two point seven million customers to be downloaded by hackers and said that Uber had quote shown complete disregard for the customers. In drivers. The Dutch data authority said Uber didn't report the breach within seventy two hours. As it requires. It said fifty seven million users work. Worldwide and one hundred seventy four thousand Dutch citizens where affected San Francisco Zuber said it's glad the investigation of the breach has concluded saying we learn from our mistakes put down the hash Brown. Connecticut man, who says he was wrongly cited for distracted driving after police mistook McDonald's hash Brown for cell phone is pursuing legal fight the our website reported that police gave Jason Steiber three hundred dollar distracted driving ticket in April. He challenged charge and lost in court. But was granted a retrial scheduled for next month. Steiber says phone records show. He didn't make any calls around the time. He was pulled over plus he has bluetooth. So he has no reason to hold a phone while driving police say they stand by the citation faster degree make school. A San Francisco program that offers a bachelor's degree in computer. Science in two years has received accreditation. From the western association of schools and colleges with partner Dominican university. And San Rafael, according to tech crunch the agency is encouraging more nontraditional educational programs by linking them with accredited universities with the eventual goal awarding accreditation to the up. Make school is a product of Mountain View startup incubator y combinator slower rise for home prices home prices increased more slowly in September from a year ago as higher mortgage rates weighed on sales the SNP core. Logic case Schiller, twenty city home price index rose five point one percent from year earlier that's down from five point five percent. Yearly gain in the previous month. It was the sixth straight month at home price increases have slowed and the smallest rise since November twenty sixteen mortgage rates have jumped in the past year reaching four point eight percent last week from three point nine percent. A year ago?

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"zuber" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Welcome back to coast to coast. Our final segment with Robert Zuber in here from the Martian Saudi Roberts websites, by the way, linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Robert, you you have looked at profiles of people and personalities who would love to go to Mars. What are they like? Well, well, there's all sorts of people that say they want to go to Mars. I mean, quite literally. And and some are people that you might well one on a crew it's going to Mars and others not a chance. The caller asked. What sort of people would I select to go to Mars, and I'll tell you. It's real simple. It's the same sort of people that you would select to go on say, hiking expedition with you or an exploration adventure of any kind. They're the people who, you know, have a high spirits are fun to be with a guy a sense of humor. You know? We're not, you know, grouchy, and and bitchy, and and and you know, and and the people who can laugh when things go wrong and people who. You know, our one for all all for one. That's who you wanna take tomorrow. What's going on with the August conference? You're working on. Well, we're having another conference in August. Or actually this year might be in September in Los Angeles. It could it's probably going to be one of the major universities in Los Angeles. And I'm sure we're going to have all sorts of debates about things like is this lunar orbit gateway. Or is it a gateway or is it a toll booth? Okay. We're gonna have that one out. You know, we're gonna have all sorts of presentations on the latest discoveries. You know, there's a Mars probe on its way. It's going to land in November called insight, and it's going to find out how geologically active.

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"zuber" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The keyword free bottle. Welcome back to coast to coast are segment with Robert Zuber in here from the Martian Saudi Roberts websites by the wire linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com. Robert, you you have looked at profiles of people and personalities who would love to go to Mars. What are they like? Well, well, there's all sorts of people that say they want to go to Mars. I mean, quite literally. And and some are people that you might well one on a crew it's going to Mars and others not a chance. The caller asked. What sort of people would I select to go to Mars, and I'll tell you. It's real simple. It's the same sort of people that you would select to go on say, hiking expedition with you or an exploration, I venture of any kind. They're the people who, you know, have a high spirits are fun to be with a sense of humor. You know? We're not, you know, grouchy and bitchy, and and and you know, and and the people who can laugh when things go wrong and people who. You know, our one for all and all for one. Actually, you wanna take tomorrow what's going on with the August conference? You're working on. Well, we're having another conference in August. Or actually this year might be in September in Los Angeles. Could it's probably going to be one of the major universities in Los Angeles. And I'm sure we're going to have all sorts of debates about things like is this lunar orbit gateway. Or is it a gateway or is it a toll booth? Okay. We're gonna have that one out. You know, we're going to have all sorts of presentations on the latest discoveries. You know, there's a Mars probe on its way. It's going to land in November called insight, and it's going to find out how geologically active Mars is. So that's gonna land this November. I.

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"zuber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:53 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you along with the Benjamin blue kiss. We talk about his work. Of course, the day of the Lord is at hand. First of all Benjamin, biblical prophecy. Are biblical prophecy things that will be or could be no there are things that will be. Okay. Changeable? What is coming? It. Can it be changed at all? The outcome in our own individual lives can be absolutely changed. What's going to happen to the nation states into the world and not be changed, but on a personal level? Yes. It can be changed. So there's a reason to hope for the individual. But there's no hope for the nation. Biblical prophecy in your opinion, which again is not religion. But what is it who put it there? Why? Well, biblical prophecy is the revelation of the word of God in which God in effect is revealing the truth of Jesus Christ and revealing the truth. Of what will come upon a world that is rejected his love and righteousness. And it also contains a warning. To mankind on an individual level intern and receive his salvation without which. None of us will find eternal life God proving that he is God because he's revealed the end of human history from the very beginning of time in the writing of the ancient prophets. And it's absolutely amazing the detail to which the prophecies have been written. They're not these, you know, you you talk about the the psychics and the the the Sears such as Notre Dame assassin in a no doubt, these men had some ability to foresee something, but it's very cryptic. It's very very nebulous. You know, and maybe this meant something maybe not with bible prophecies, very precise. As to the timing. Some of these events. Which are outlined in scripture. So let us get into some of the biblical prophecy. And it's for the entire planet is just for the United States for the whole world, George, although the states is number one, you know. Nation ever, right? We're proud of the fact that we're number one. And we know it. So, you know, in many ways God starts with the country on the top of the list. Good old US survey which in times past ours was a great country. We've sort of lost our way, haven't we? Sure have. If you don't mind I'd like to take maybe two minutes and just put a wrap on on Russia discussion of the global the new tactics of global war. Okay. And it leads us right into the prophecies of of Russia who got good. This is just a brief extra sort of. That's the spirit of the book the Cold War officially ended in nineteen Ninety-one with the collapse of the Soviet Union. The experts in the west were convinced that America's economic might had exhausted the Soviets and the firm resolve of the Reagan era had broken their will to fight capitalism had proved to the world both freedom and prosperity. Could be delivered. America had was stood. The challenge of communism and prevailed the lights of the shining city on a hill, never glowed brighter. The west was Zuber it in those days capitalism and the American way of life had triumphed and the spoils of war would be divided among us all in the form of a peace dividend the media joined the chorus fanning on national celebration. We were told it was the end of history and the beginning of a new era of permanent peace. In prosperity. There were dissenting voices. That had warned all is not well, but these warnings were marginalized and simply ignored the west was told a big collapse of the Soviet Union had been planned for years. But mainstream media discredited these warnings is merely conspiracy theory. No one seemed to care the communists had given up the rotten little empire. And that was all the west needed to know, the thought that the collapse of Russia was a clever chess moving a much larger strategic game seemed impossible thus. The idea was simply derided educated opinion in the west accepted the collapse of the Soviet Union as spontaneous and authentic. What was going to happen at the end of this chess game could not be presented over twenty five years have passed as the fall of the Berlin Wall the vacuum power which was created by the collapse of the Soviet Union has led our world rather than to an era of permanent peace and prosperity. But to the brink of actual World War Russia merely appeared to embrace democracy. But nothing of the sort ever really occurred. Instead Russia has. Developed an entirely new class of weapons which no other nation on earth possesses today, and is arming itself to the teeth the reports of the demise of the Soviet Union and the end of the communist threat appear now as best have been greatly exaggerated. But in truth, they were an intentional deception of the west. Although the intelligence services of the Soviet era of the KGB was renamed the federal security service or FSB facilitated the rise of power, Vladimir Putin. Former KGB officer proving the security service from is very much in power in the new Russia. The new tactics of global war presents the truth of what really happened in Russia, and the grand strategy of its leaders taking you inside the mind of the men who played this chess game of lies and deception in so doing revealing for you the mind of the beast, and behold, another beast, the second like a bear raised itself up, and it was set onto it arise in devour much flashing George that is exactly the communists have done and what they're planning to do. It is a brutal evil empire is Ronald Reagan said this is an evil empire. And they've relied primarily on lies and deception which have been very successful. They seem to be having Americans very sympathetic to them. Now. That's just my impression. It's part of the propaganda because they need to win the political war at this point. The Russian communist alliance can defeat the United States in an all out conventional war because we are basically vulnerable to surprise attack. Our land base ICBM's are not even armed with active warheads, most Americans don't study military power we stopped producing nuclear warheads back in the early nineteen nineties because Cold War was over in George. We won or so the Russians told us and so for almost twenty years, we didn't produce a new nuclear warhead in this country. Well, they have a shelf life, and they're no longer reliable after fifteen to twenty years. So we don't have enough nuclear warheads for all our delivery systems today. All of our best stuff is on the Trident submarines are strategic air. Command bombers, George they're all in three airbases. They can be liquidated in a manner of minutes are Trident submarines don't even have. The launch codes those coats have to be transmitted either the subject of surface or we have to use extreme long. Wave radio. Transmission said bounce off the fear. The airplanes to broadcast that frequency. You're all on one island in the Indian Ocean. Those planes are taking out those subs have to surface air f- air fleet can be eliminated by three airbases gland base. ICBM's are sitting ducks in the tridents don't have a trigger mechanism. We we don't get off a shot, George and they can launch cruise missiles off our coast. That'll be detonating over our coastal cities in a matter of minutes. They have x Ray weapons that can detonate in space. They were blackout early distant warning satellite system. All will know is NORAD will see their computer screens. Go dark. We won't know if it was a sunspot a technical malfunction for the next twenty two minutes. They'll be scrambling trying to figure out what happened until the sensors. Will register a ground-based detonation inside the continental United States. They won't know if it was another act of Arab terrorism because the previous nuclear detonations on our soil using suitcase bombs. We'll have been blamed on terrorists. That'd be trying to figure out who detonated the latest ground bursts. When NORAD will be vaporized. And so will all the other remaining military assets of this country toast. Gotta states is going to be defeated. But the American people will survive and following the defeat of the United States, which is described in bible prophecy in Ezekiel chapter thirty eight. We are told and I'll I'll read you the scripture. Let me just turn the not too long. Because I don't get into scripture reading here. Oh, you don't me to read it just gives a paraphrase on that? Okay. Paraphrase at the at the time of the end, a great power from the north along with many nations will attack Israel, which will have been regathered back to its land. And they will also attack another nation. That is also a nation of immigrants a nation of great wealth who citizens dwell securely with no defense is no walls around any of their cities. No wall on their border with Mexico. And that mission to will also be attacked at the same time. Israel's attacked the communist scenario belies is going to attack Israel, and they're going to attack the United States, and they're gonna take out the US as a superpower. And they're going to occupy the Middle East. They're going to grab the oil. They're gonna grab control the oil reserves, and they're going to eliminate the United States is a balance against their power, and they'll be position to dictate terms to the Europeans who will stand in their way. They wanna seat at the table to run the new world order, Georgia. And they're gonna make their move most likely within the next three years, and then what happens to Israel. According to scripture in Israel will be protected. They no doubt will use their nuclear arsenal. And these really have a way of surprising people. They're very both militarily they're not afraid to use their capabilities. And I mean once they realize world wars underway. Israel will forget about the political correctness of measured response and Israel, execute the Samson strategy, which is basically they will eliminate their enemies. Israel is also a nuclear power. And they will prevail. And then they'll be substantial loss of life, the Arab major Arab cities. No doubt will be hit. The United States will be hit. Russia will be hit the world will suffer population loss of proxy. One point five billion people would be my estimate and out of the ashes of this war, a one world government will rise in power and the anti Christ. Which is the figure who will head up the final world government. He will come to power in the earth will go into the final period of human history, which bible indicates will lasts for seven years. This is scary stuff. World War three. In this cannot be changed. No, sir. But what can be changes what happens in in my life and in your life and in the lives of our family. What happens to the American people can be changed? What's going to happen in human history? Cannot. So there is good news. I mean, we are fishing World War world wars have happened before. There were people living in Europe that we're facing the Nazis some of them survived some didn't but wars happen. We the history of our planet is a history of warfare the era of peace and prosperity, which the world has witnessed in the last two hundred years, particularly the peace and prosperity of the United States of America is an anomaly if you look at six thousand years of recorded history tyranny. And and these absolute I mean, the mayhem of the of the violence of humanity's been the norm. And so we're going back to a period of time. You know, the seasons of of our of our earth very much parallel the seasons of history, and we're entering into a time of winter. And we're entering into a time of a return of the dark ages if you will Elton John captured it perfectly in recent hit song that he wrote where he said turn around and say good morning to the night..

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Minnesota Zoo, Komo and Abune discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Minnesota Zoo, Komo and Abune discussed on Lori and Julia

"We always we felt so friendly towards them. 'cause we got to spend like I wish I had little, you know. Well, I do kids get guard here with but tell me about it because it sounds so cool. Okay. So the Minnesota zoo for the first time ever is doing the Jacka lantern spectacular. And they had a story about it in the paper. I think this search Abune and the pioneer press said so writing this past Saturday, and it is it's seven to ten pm Sunday through Thursday, and then seven to eleven PM Friday and Saturday, and what it is is that there are five thousand carved pumpkins. Weights and aluminum, and it's a walk in time. And it's part history lesson part art exhibit in part spooky light show. And there's John it's just absolutely astonishing. It looks. So cool. I know one mom who brought her two and four year olds out to this. And just. The kids were just in awe because they're too little. You know, in komo's zoo is always had their boot zoo who Zuber which is really cute and fun and stuff, but the Minnesota zoo, you know, has it had anything, and this is something that like people of all ages because it's just so pretty, and it's so gorgeous, great in its open rain or shine up, and I'm gonna go through twenty thousand pumpkin. She has carved and it goes through through the end of the month through Halloween. As the pumpkins get kind of old. Yeah, they fall apart. Put out new one believable. Who's carving? But there are people. There are some just really remember the gigantic pumpkins. We'll see at the zoo fair. I can't go to this. Straw maze. They've carousel rides PM to eight PM. But it looks like they're just all over there. Hanging from trees there on the ground there on pedestals, and it's on a quarter mile trail through the zoo. Yeah. So. Very cool. Because this is this was asked me yesterday by

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"zuber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Weight I'm not sure, knocking for like a week. I can eat. Anything and then he told. Me he's mad at the bears too I'm, just going to sift like grass clippings through my. Teeth that's endurance myself for the next I. Thought you were on. This like diet thing you told us that a while ago At last with that. Psychological I mentally ill I have. Serious issues so that should be the start of. His new so when I'm when I'm I'm just stressed all I do is eat and I. Never sleep so. No matter how much, you work out if you don't sleep yeah and. Don't have a good diet Even Yeah I haven't slept. Well like I haven't Because you're worried about me that's true I haven't slept it. Like I would say no more. Than, four four and a. Half hours straight I can't. Say how long I'll wake up of you know try to get, back to sleep I know but Meeting Late at, night I met the vending machine Vending machines it's just a. Nervous habit I gotta come up with a what are you by. The? Vending machine twizzlers Snickers m. and? M.'s why what are you so nervous about. I'm just stressed, about what I don't know Listen pills Ron. Major's office he had, a couch Because you miss. Ron I need some I need some analysis what. I'm working with. A great crew now it's not that so I'm actually having, lunch, with Ron and Jerry next week, though all together Picking you, up in Zuber. Guy should film that we should be like a great like, podcast, or like What would you have video pie Like lunch guys. And car yeah there you go We'll be in the booth will be? In, the old anchors Food and cars Go through drive thru. Washed up former nobody's somebody tweeted me.

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Kanye West returns to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

South Florida Morning Show

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Kanye West returns to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

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"zuber" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

Coffee Podcast by Cat

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

"Yeah, anyway, which is part of the fun because you do it because you don't fit in anywhere else or but when you're young, that's not exactly it's hard to deal with totally. Especially in the in the central valley. It's like, I don't know. Like our school is really kind of hokey. There's like it was known guns rather staying Zuber crappy or like big cowboy farmer kind of people. Totally. It was. We were. We were the odd people out for sure. So what's the moral of the story? I don't know. Man. I just like I honestly. Think for me and the journey that I've been on is just not discounting people because they don't jive with what I'm into and realizing that if they're not into what I'm into it doesn't mean that they have to hate what I'm into, and I don't have to hate what they're not into. Right, and that I'm at a place more to where I want to understand more about people more than ever before and can totally, except when people are different and that's fucking awesome. Yeah. Like the, you have a different view on the world sick right down. I don't hate you because of it. I don't need to tell you that you're wrong or you're right, let's have a conversation. Let's not get mad, and that goes from anything like super serious topics or like really, really casual topics. I don't fuck and pull shots that are above forty, three grams because that's fucking bullshit. And there's no coffee that should be pulled fucking for three grams or David. Schumer is a fucking piece of shit because I went to watch and he's supposedly the godfather of Espresso, but I went there and his. Shots, like fifteen grams, and they don't even use a scale, whatever, like that's fucking wack. It's like, no, that's just his style. That's what he's doing. He's doing his thing. He's not doing it to shut you down. He's yeah, you're invited to the table. You're invited to the table. Maybe you can learn something. Maybe you can just appreciate it for what it is like this beautiful thing or just, yeah, just go eat somewhere else or just get this going somewhere else. Table. Ain't I. So, yeah, maybe you don't go talk Bill anymore. He go somewhere else. I'm not comparing to talk bell either. I'm just saying food, different foods. Okay, let's shut up. Everybody don't. Judge me. That's what's going to happen is going to be there. It's true. Be equates Schommer to fast food like great lease the fast food. Tell me what I think in my brain for me. Thank you. Thanks for taking this journey down. Yeah, all of our insecurities. Remember, we all are even the people you think are hard times something a little shaky right now on I'm hungry and feel like I might be hungry. Do you really just kick into the nerve set? I kind of did l. system. That's yeah. I mean, fight or flight for sure. Well, I'm gonna. I'm gonna freeze. You're safe. You're saying freeze noted option. D pass out, press out. That's that's deep too much torture and you hope you all enjoy the cat and cloud podcast rail. Goodbye can't cloud copy podcast is brought to you by Wilbur kourni-. They make coffee brewers ever heard of him if you haven't, you should. They're awesome. Family owned company. They're here in California. They power difficulty with solar power, which I hear that's like a new hot thing to progressive people do to best thing about. Curtis, in my humble opinion is a turnaround time on the brewers. They have twenty four hour turnaround. It's phenomenal if you've ever ordered a brewer for a wholesale client from someone else, and waited and waited and waited for it to come in. You know how frustrating that is. So being able to get the brewer next day, like that is absolutely amazing. Shout outs, you will. Curtis, their customer service is phenomenal, and they just care. They care about you. They care about me and I care about them. And that's why got called podcast is brought to you by Wilbur Curtis.

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"zuber" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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Minneapolis officer arrested, charged in shooting death of Australian woman

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Minneapolis officer arrested, charged in shooting death of Australian woman

"Four community rally for justin damon the australian woman who was shot to death by a police officer responding to her nine one one call last summer of a suspected sexual assault in progress officer mohammad noor charged tuesday with damon's murder more than eight months after that shooting more self driving cars sidelined following a fatal crash involving a self driving uber sunday in arizona says it is pausing it's testing of autonomous cars after a driverless zuber in tempe arizona struck and killed the woman crossing a street toyota's said in a statement that the late sunday accident could emotionally affect its test drivers the company refers to its decision as a timeout to assess the technologies risks in the meantime tempe arizona mayor mark mitchell called the suspension of driverless zuber's in his city a movie supports until the incident is fully examined sheriff's deputies are waiting investigation results before any charges are filed grenell scott fox new house republicans have missed a deadline to finish writing the legislative text of a one point three billion dollar trillion dollar spending bill to fund the government beyond friday internal house gop rules require bills be.

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"zuber" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Live appeal funds were leaving the little live appeal funds zuber engine morgan woman say him watch off the list and stuff like the when it wasn't the case all sign l p children why would they do that because it's a piece of paper that's why wow but like what would be their motive to make you guys look bad don't know it was it was years ago when i like what's still eighty eight yeah audible were you born in india don't know you've talked about eighty nine eighty you've talked about it on this show this you've you mentioned that imposed fide interviews there this this is i wanna sign that song justice for the ninety six the ninety six they died own i mean people just forgot about them and listen to the show on we got steadily type i mean like we always do scousers against that type it's just one of them has the son apologize for this in a what might the might not of but the might of the being the actual chief of police it was all satan evian e e coal not that long ago okay so so cold operable man they got like at and now the not gonna throw an ex police officer in jail long for them to me and so long it's older than me an open before i was born sure only main do they sell the son in in liberal thought i mean this oh the the obstacles everywhere don't buy the life all shops of resile shops of assigned on the ocean we don't we don't sell it from well.

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Pedestrian killed by self-driving Uber car in Arizona, police say

John and Ken

01:21 min | 3 years ago

Pedestrian killed by self-driving Uber car in Arizona, police say

"This bill next month monica rix kfi news zuber has suspended self driving vehicle program after one of its cars hit and killed a pedestrian in tempe arizona police say the vehicle was an auto mode with the driver behind the wheel when a woman walking outside of crosswalk was hit overnight uber has been testing the self driving vehicles in tempe and phoenix for months uber says on twitter it is fully fully cooperating with the investigation and expressed condolences to the family of the victim believes in austin texas says it looks like all four bombings in the past three weeks could be related the latest bomb went off last night in a different part of the city hurting to people atf agent frederic milnes cow ski so unlike the past three which looked like passages packages rather this one used a trip wires changes things it's more sophisticated it's not targeted to individuals were very concerned that with trip wires a child could be walking down the sidewalk and hit something the latest bomb went off shortly after officials announced an increased reward of one hundred fifteen thousand dollars for info leading to an arrest the pga tour set to begin the dell matchplay championship in west austin this week it's a security advisers are working closely with local police to keep players and fans safe the championship starts wednesday last through sunday is being held at the austin country club authorities believe the attacks are the.

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"zuber" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"What's going on everyone welcomes you nbc live just our reactions episodes you the big nintendo direct how how is everything how he gets feeling right how i feel awesome nothing happened now i'm beyond excited this was unexpected in certain ways and i'm just so excited to talk about a lot of these things yes i'm really glad that we have this opportunity to do and receive right after the the direct happen usually we record right around that time than ten it was like no we want that time sought this week earlier habit what are you what are you have to show bombed yeah we're here yeah i mean i the top to bottom i've really enjoy the direct we'll get into the nittygritty of it obviously for the next hour but i really came out of excited and i feel like i knew the least going into this when they were like a tunnel leaks it like there was uh but it it's my energies hi my excitements through the roof the switch is going to keep killing it this year and that the rules we'll get into the get into the big one at n oh man all right let's just jump straight into it soon striker asked lucy's your unmatched three puzzle game but zuber's bash brothers is officially coming to switch i ask so excited for this one i honestly was not expecting nintendo telephones during this direct i was expecting to hear this during e3 maybe even later such a it's such a big game you you you'd think that would be the centrepoint of the three reveal makes you think what they've got 43 but how awesome was that moment they did that little beton switch again i loved it because i when i was watching us i was like what can it be that because they introduce dienel what we'll talk about later this afternoon to like new single player dlc but this was completely unexpected in from left field too like including spla tune in the surprise was just great and this moment when she turns around if like it's just off because like all good just watching it like it opens up and you think it's like oh more split soon leg kills and more sports here's the deal so what i've always loved about this mass furthers teaser.

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"zuber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"zuber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

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