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Fresh update on "kessler" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kessler" discussed on Mark Levin

"Professor came to me and he said chapter four is my favorite chapter That's the chapter I started That was Charles Kessler good friend of mine I'll be right back Hundreds of thousands of people have said goodbye to their overpriced Verizon AT&T or T mobile plans that switched to pure talk That's because you get the same great coverage on the same grade 5G network as one of the big.

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"kessler" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | Last month

"kessler" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Kessler in the newsroom and perhaps, fittingly will start things off with Mr John Williams shot. So my bright side is where the Lincoln Park East Athletic ALS for our one and only stop along the way. What a nice staff they have here and which is so nice is spend a day with our listeners and walk through beautiful Chicago on the way to really having a great time. John. That's my bright cut. That's great. A great day outside nothing better than this transition to fall. Oh, yeah, Really. This is the loveliest time of year and by the way, they're busy here. I didn't want to be too loud or having too much fun because it's 123456 people getting physical therapy here at Athletico. You just stop online. Make an appointment to get a free pain assessment. They could have you out the door and no time. They have 525 locations and we've gone by a couple of them. So everything you said about that on the radio was super true. They've got a really nice staff here. Yeah, I got to say, also John, that Kris Bryant being back at Wrigley, maybe bitter, sweet, but Bright side to see him doing well with the team that's doing real. Well. Well, Everybody call Now This is a very side. I won't be part of it like I normally I'm all bow out. Now you take calls. John is long going to read the text messages. He is. Thanks, John. Enjoy the rest of your walk, my friend. Thanks, guys. Just in front of is it with you and I'll talk to everybody on Monday Have a great weekend. There's something you forgot And next. Alright, Laura, who got what I've got on the line, right? All right. We got 847 saying After five months of being unemployed, they finally.

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Professional Triathlete Ashley Paulson Recalls Her Toughest Moments on the Run

Ali on the Run Show

02:39 min | 2 months ago

Professional Triathlete Ashley Paulson Recalls Her Toughest Moments on the Run

"Now i feel like especially with you because you're so positive in happy and you're just as bundle of energy so obviously we hear about the highlight reel. A lot and yours is extensive between racing and personal staff. You just have this relentless positive optimism. But i want to hear about a tough time so to look back on all the races you've done. Ultras ironman marathons twenty nine. Oh twenty nine. Which ones do you remember as being really challenging for any given reason you they're all challenging in different ways obviously Just because there's a smile on my face doesn't mean not like hurting news. I was hurting from my one Because of what. I had done earlier that week But some of my struggles in races The one that really popped in my head when you said that and it was actually Quite an inspiring story for me. Now that i look back at it. It was when i was racing. Kona world championship Ironman in two thousand fifteen. I was having a miserable day. I was out there from the beginning. I got kicked in the face came out with a is that i couldn't even see Fact my coach at the time He told my husband wants he. So my is. He's like there's she's not going to finish she cannot see at all So my bike ride was really really ridiculously slow. And how might curium trained so hard. I'd actually earned my pro card at the time to race professionally. I embarrassed and Feeling horrible about where amount on the run. And i see somebody walking in front of me and The person in front of me I'm like gosh that girl. She looks like meredith kessler. But there's not a chance she's way up there she's out there and i just go back to my pity party. You know today's rough today's talks. You know telling myself how how bad everything is But still of course moving forward. And as i get closer and closer i come to find out. It was meredith kessler like one of the number one in the world at the time it was. I used to out there and she obviously started before i did so i was actually passing meredith kessler and in my mind i was like i. I'm not saying this like oh my gosh. I'd beat meredith task. No it was like. She wasn't stopping. She was having a worse day than i was. And she wasn't

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New York Post Miranda Devine Says Some Reporters Are Acting as Ciphers for Biden White Hosue

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 3 months ago

New York Post Miranda Devine Says Some Reporters Are Acting as Ciphers for Biden White Hosue

"What do you What do you think about these so called media Reporters like it's CNN and the Washington Post. Got this guy Jeremy Bar you've got Brian Stelter. Young people focus on We're going to report on the media industry. Do you ever get contacted by them asking you to explain Why the media won't pick up on these major stories. No, it's not. It's a joke. Right? Contact us is the opposite is to pull pull apart what we've done. You know. Glenn Kessler at The Washington Post, tried to pull apart our story on just recently on the cafe Milano that story very gullible, Accepting the word of the White House against what? You know the evidence that we've produced. It makes no sense. These are not. These people are not acting as reporters or journalists, but as ciphers for either the surveillance, state or champions of Biden White House and which you know is extraordinary. Considering for four years under Trump, Um the the media was so ferociously antagonistic and I'm not even against that. You know, I think you you hold power to account that's sort of what journalists are meant to do, But then you don't turn around and become Supine puppy dogs When you know the other side gets into office, Um, I It's just

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Crime Prevention Research Center John Lott Wishes Media Called out Biden on Gun Fallacies

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Crime Prevention Research Center John Lott Wishes Media Called out Biden on Gun Fallacies

"Trying to And this is a dangerous thing. John Locke. To get into the mind of people like Joe Biden and try and understand this, we have open borders. So when people coming into this country Who are violent criminals. Violent criminals and many of them we don't even know who they are and so forth, and so on. So if the if the administration won't even control people from coming into the country, how are they going to control things from coming into the country? The border is open. That's number one. They appoint these judges who are soft on crime. They are soft on crime. That's number two. They never denounced Soros for funding in these critical cities and other places. These prosecutors who run on not prosecuting number three, they call this bail reform. It's not bail reform its get out of jail free for violent criminals since you pointed out Meanwhile, he talks about who needs 100 rounds. You know, there's a deer have a Kevlar vest. He says it twice. It's so stupid. 100 rounds. Who needs 100? I'll tell you If somebody breaks in your house, there's three people breaking into your house. So they all have semi automatic weapons. I think I'd want 100 rounds, wouldn't you? Sure. Well, you know, One of the ironies is most states banned you using an air 15 to go and hunt deer. And the reason is is because the caliber is sufficiently small that they're worried that you will wound and not kill the deer. I mean, I don't know. Maybe that's too esoteric to get into. But it's just I don't know. It's I wish we had a media that would call them out on these types that don't hold your breast. Your life will be very short for you. After his April talk The Washington Post. Glenn Kessler did a fact check on his statement. The only people that they talked to were all gun control people. They didn't even they didn't even Quote anybody from the other

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"kessler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"kessler" Discussed on WTOP

"Rita Kessler's in the W. T o P Traffic Center on the Beltway interlude topside delays from 29 polls Ville Road around past New Hampshire Avenue with the work in the right lane Outer lived. The delays easing, approaching and passing Georgia Avenue said they may have managed to clear that truck tyre debris. Out of the roadway where we do have a major backup is trying to get across the Bay Bridge in both directions. East found the delay on route 50 years before Cape ST Claire in ST Margarets Road, headed past sandy Point and onto the eastbound span of the bridge. Both lanes are open westbound seeing the delay from Chester passing Route eight. Getting onto the Bay Bridge and across the entire length of the bridge. The left lane of three is blocked with the work zone. You'll also find in Maryland on 2 70 South found near 28. The work set up in the right lane less than 32 after 90. Five had been the scene of Iraq. Also 1 75 year Snowden River Parkway with a Snowden River Parkway was a report of a crash in 29 near Route 100 Ellicott City. The left lane was blocked with the work southbound 3 55 near Cedar Lane. The utility workers back a single right lane get you by expect the delay. Pbond lanes are open in the district's outbound D. C. To 95 heavy from betting pasties Capitol Street North bound slows from the 11th Street bridge, passing Pennsylvania Avenue and I to 95 both ways headed toward laboratory road. We're seeing a delay. Watch for work both ways out early in Prince George's County. The delay now back from Branch Avenue, headed toward the Suitland Parkway. So watch for the work in Virginia North boundary. 95 slows near the Pentagon and coming off the South side George Washington Parkway onto the inbound 14th Street bridge with the work in the right lane. Southbound 95 slows crossing the Arctic. Want them out of triangle in stretches, headed past 6 10 Garrison Ville Road, the crash near 6 10 Garrison. The world was reported as north down along the left side, with delays coming from the centre Port Parkway. If you've been hurt In a car accident. A victim of medical malpractice have been denied. Social Security, disability benefits like Greenberg and betterment, help you contact Greenberg and betterment Today I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p Traffic storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts are average temperature for this time of years in the mid Upper eighties. We're going to be in the low to mid nineties for the afternoon hours with that sunshine. Now we are going to see a few thunderstorms this afternoon and.

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Ghislaine Maxwell’s Sex Trafficking Trial Postponed

Rudy Giuliani

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell’s Sex Trafficking Trial Postponed

"The British woman charged with sex trafficking link to Jeffrey Epstein is getting her trial pushed back. Here's the BBC's Sara Lee Kessler jelling. Maxwell asked for the delay after she was hit with two new sex trafficking charges of federal judge in New York granted her request. So the former socialite will now stand trial in the fall instead of July. Maxwell, accused of recruiting underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse have seen committed suicide in 2019 while in jail in Manhattan on sex trafficking

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"kessler" Discussed on More than Abstract

More than Abstract

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"kessler" Discussed on More than Abstract

"Yes because it's more stable okay. I understand what you're saying all right. Well that's all i have for you eric. I hope this look into our future was in too bleak. Oh no it sounds like we did something to fix it before. It became a huge problem. Yeah well some governments did. Us government did on the right steps to at least but there was actually more concerned that was brought up. Recently because starlink you know the the space x project to give internet everybody from satellites that would add i think twice as many satellites that are in orbit right now so requires much more corrections to keep it from hitting anything else. In fact i think isa at the european space agency got a little annoyed with it and they started tweeting. Just like oh my god. I can't believe we have to move our own satellites that are doing important scientific work for this internet. So yeah i guess i hopefully. It'll be a tragedy that's been averted. Okay please all right well If you enjoy this podcast feel free to leave a review and subscribe and you can follow us wherever hutton..

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"kessler" Discussed on More than Abstract

More than Abstract

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"kessler" Discussed on More than Abstract

"Satellite right. There turns out there's a lot of gps satellites up there and only a finite number of orbits that they can have around the earth. That's probably right. I mean space is really big. It's not like you won't have advanced notice before it gets close to you after all it's not like there's something out there in the middle of nowhere space to swerve a satellite out of place right right. Do you think there's anything out there when you phrase it like that knowing gravity's weird maybe some sort of weird gravity well That was a trick question. There's there's not really anything out there unless you put something out there okay. Maybe an asteroid. But we're going to ignore that so all right if you know it's coming like there's another satellite intersecting your orbit. Just move out of the way in. Come back to your normal or when it's gone right like that'd be pretty easy to do if you have two satellites now. Can you throw it a guest. As to how many active satellites there are around the earth there has to be like hundreds of thousands woah. Okay okay it's too much. It's a little under twenty eight hundred. That are active right now. Okay that are active. What about the space junk ones. Well i mean they're still around some of them have deorbit it. But there's there's still there. Yeah remember these things still cost like hundreds of millions of dollars to get these satellites made up there in the space so can have millions hundreds of thousands. Now that would be all fine. But what do you do once. You're done with this satellite and it's reached the end of its lifetime. So eric say you were put in charge of this. How would you deal with dead satellite. Not much not much. You just leave it there. I don't know how ineffective way to reclaim it. But say you had a bunch of resources at your disposal a disposal. What would you try to do. Ideally if i had a choice and the ability to do it i'd love to have a way to recapture it. Neither an essentially recycle it. That would make sense yet. Did these are expensive. Picks up there but okay. What if instead you're in the military in a certain country and you needed to get rid of that satellite like it had some sensitive thing in it that you didn't want out there. Oh you blow it up. Yeah that's that's exactly what happens is certain satellites There would be shut down with missile essentially in space though it. If it's an orbit that wouldn't really be down. That would be exploding in a bunch of directions that leave stuff in orbit. Yeah i suppose that expression that was trying to say but yeah. I wouldn't go down anywhere. It would be shot still okay. It doesn't quite the same ring. So so that's what used to happen with satellites where military's which is shoot them down with a missile but there's an issue that arises from that there's a bunch of debris that's scattered all over the place because of the satellite and since it's space it's it'll be there and ongoing for a while especially if it's higher than lower orbit in low-earth there's still some atmosphere up there so any debris will eventually within several years deorbit but in that time it would still be able to make hundreds to thousands of revolutions earth. All of which is more opportunities to say it and other satellite And when that happens then there's a bit of a chain reaction that starts to warm. How often do satellites get hit. Well i'll get to that all right perfect. So debris collides with the satellite and depending on its trajectory can either..

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"kessler" Discussed on More than Abstract

More than Abstract

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"kessler" Discussed on More than Abstract

"More that start podcast where i try to make sense at the world without using jargon and tell to eric i'm prankul and i'm joined by irc. Hey how's how's it going. I'm doing well. How are you hanging in here. Like like everybody else. So this week. I'm going to tell you about a possible future rather than a story of something. That already happened all right. I'm going to be talking about kessler syndrome. Have you heard about this before. No sounds interesting though. That's perfect let's get into it but before i do. This has nothing to do with biology or illnesses or psychological things even though the name might suggest that okay. It's kind of weird naming phenomena syndrome without being biology related. It would be strange to ought named something syndrome if it doesn't have anything to do with biology or psych. Yeah but here. We're going to be talking about satellites. Oh okay say you want to launch a gps satellite ignoring all the logistics of getting it off the ground making it putting it in orbit satellite will have to stay in one specific orbit around the world for the rest of its lifetime in this case it would actually go to. I think it's medium earth or pretty pretty far up okay just as a bit of background. There are layers to orbits. That satellites usually have so they don't run into each other correct that that and sometimes you want to the satellite to super apps. Follow a part of the earth so you put it in geostationary orbit and that orbit Needs be further away there. So there's layers to this you go from low earth to medium to high slash geostationary orbits. This is sort of the categories that they're put in psych western for your first before we keep going. Is there a difference in the orbit to the signal strength. That the satellite. Has i suppose so. But with oftentimes with satellites. And maybe they're gathering scientific data. They can usually transmitted without needing to be too close to the earth. Gotcha yes is the short answer. I'll take this. Gps satellite that we're launching its cruising along with wait. There's there's something that you seen the distance. What is that is it..

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Biden Working to Ensure U.S. Will Have Booster COVID-19 Shots

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Working to Ensure U.S. Will Have Booster COVID-19 Shots

"Is in discussions to ensure that it can obtain booster covert 19 shots if they become necessary. That's the word from David Kessler, who runs the fight administration's vaccine effort. He tells the House subcommittee that the government is also looking ahead to the spread of Corona virus variants and whether vaccines could better target mutant strains. Federal health officials say booster shots would likely be required at some point. No, it's not yet clear when that will be.

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Biden Administration Is Planning For Possible COVID Vaccine Booster Shots

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Administration Is Planning For Possible COVID Vaccine Booster Shots

"Is in discussions to ensure that it can obtain booster covert 19 shots if they become necessary. That's the word from David Kessler, who runs the fight administration's vaccine effort. He tells the House subcommittee that the government is also looking ahead to the spread of Corona virus variants and whether vaccines could better target mutant strains. Federal health officials say booster shots would likely be required at some point. No, it's not yet clear when that will be.

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Toddler out of medical coma after Chicago road rage shooting

WGN Programming

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Toddler out of medical coma after Chicago road rage shooting

"Rage incident last week on Lake Shore Drive is getting better more from WGN's Bob Kessler after being shot in the head, 21 month old Kayden Swan's been removed from a medically induced coma but remains in critical condition. Dr Marcelo Mala Kuti of Lurie Children's Hospital said Saturday he remains on a ventilator to help with his breathing and continues to demonstrate positive improvements. Police have said the shooting happened after one driver would not let another enter a lane of traffic. Hayden was riding in a car driven by his grandfather, Bob Kessler,

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Rapper DMX Dies At Age 50 In New York After Suffering Heart Attack

John Batchelor

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Rapper DMX Dies At Age 50 In New York After Suffering Heart Attack

"Continue to pour in for rap icon and Westchester resident DMX. Who died at the age of 50 on Friday. Here's WBC surly Kessler. Hip hop legend DMX born Earl Simmons died in White Plains Hospital after being on life support for a week he'd suffered a massive heart attack, reportedly linked to a drug overdose fan stood vigil outside the hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. DMX was also an actor who starred in multiple movies. He leaves 15 Children.

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DMX, rapper and actor, dies at 50

John Catsimatidis

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

DMX, rapper and actor, dies at 50

"And Mount Vernon native DMX has died at the age of 50 years. WBC Sara Lee Kessler. Hip hop legend DMX born Earl Simmons died in White Plains Hospital today after being on life support for a week he'd suffered a massive heart attack, reportedly linked to a drug overdose fan stood vigil outside the hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. DMX was also an actor who starred in multiple movies. He leaves 15 Children. I'm Sara Lee Kessler

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I-94 reopens following expressway shooting outside of Chicago, no injuries reported

WGN Programming

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

I-94 reopens following expressway shooting outside of Chicago, no injuries reported

"Portion of the Tri state was closed this morning because of a shooting along the expressway more from WGN's Bob Casler, south bound lanes were closed on I 94 from Mile post 23 a half day road. Illinois State police say a man was headed south on the expressway when someone in another vehicle opened fire towards his car. He wasn't injured, but police shut down the south bound lanes for several hours to investigate finding shell casings on the roadway. Bob Kessler, WGN

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Yankees, Mets Get Permission to Open Stadiums to 20 Percent Capacity in New York

Rudy Giuliani

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Yankees, Mets Get Permission to Open Stadiums to 20 Percent Capacity in New York

"Good news for baseball fans. Both the Mets and Yanks will be playing their home games in front of fans this year. Do you see? Necessarily? Kessler tells us all about it. Governor Cuomo says he'll allow 20% capacity at large outdoor stadiums starting April 1st. I mean Citi Field, 8300 and 84 fans. Yankee Stadium 10,850 fans. Al Leiter played for both the Mets and the Yankees and is thrilled when you play in front of a big crowd, and they're cheering you or bone you rock singer. Man, There's nothing like it. Fans will need to show proof of the negative covert tests or vaccination before attending games. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77. W. ABC

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Five Willis Towers worth of office space is empty in downtown Chicago

Dave Plier

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Five Willis Towers worth of office space is empty in downtown Chicago

"Chicago as a record amount of unused office space 21.4 million square feet. That's enough empty office space to fill about five Willis Towers and the Tribune reports. It could be even more in the coming years. Last year ended with 15.5% of downtown office space unleased, according to the commercial real estate firm CVR E that is up from close to 13% a year earlier, and the vacancy rate could climb to 18% by the end of next year. They've been slumps like that in the past, but no modern day precedent for what happens after a pandemic. Large sections of unwanted office space could drag down businesses like restaurants, bars and shops. Bob Kessler,

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Chicago Fire Department Rescues Dog From Ice On Lake Michigan

WGN Programming

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago Fire Department Rescues Dog From Ice On Lake Michigan

"In Lake Michigan this morning, That's Bessy in Australian Labradoodle, who slipped into the lake near Montrose Dog Beach and climbed onto a chunk of ice, according to Chicago. Fire Department officials. Images online show the ice a few feet from shore, possibly too far for Bessie to jump without risking a fall back into the frigid water. Fire Department crews responded and safely brought Bessie back to shore to her owners. Bob Kessler. WGN

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Space Junk Chronicals

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:27 min | 8 months ago

Space Junk Chronicals

"Since nineteen fifty seven. Humanity has been launching satellites into earth orbit. It's estimated in the last four years almost nine thousand satellites in total have put into orbit for the vast majority of space age. There was never a plan for what would be done with the satellites after their lifetime. They were launched without any thought as to how or if they could ever come down the nine thousand or so satellites. Five thousand are still in orbit. Two thousand our service in three thousand are dead. D satellites are usually quite large. They can vary in size from a bus to a box and they aren't the real problem when it comes to space junk the big problem is debris when you send up a rocket there's all sorts of miscellaneous parts on the upper stage of the rocket that holds the satellite. That will go into orbit with it. This can include metal panels bolts screws and even flakes of paint. You'd think that given how big spaces that space junk might not be a problem as douglas adams noted quote space is big really big. You won't believe how vastly hugely mind. Bogglingly big it is suppose you had a million pennies that would be enough to easily fit in a minivan. Now let's suppose you distributed those pennies all over the world including the ocean and antarctica. Each penny would have one hundred ninety. Seven square miles of space or a single penny would have a square which was fourteen by fourteen miles factor in that the lowest earth orbit is a sphere larger than the earth. And that there's a vertical dimension where we could put pennies at different elevations. Then it would seem that space junk was a big problem if the object just sat there. That's true it wouldn't be a problem however all that junk isn't just sitting there. It's orbiting earth at extremely high speeds. Any piece of space junk is probably travelling at at least seventeen thousand miles per hour when something is traveling that fast no matter how small it is it can cause a great deal of damage. Moreover everything is on a slightly different orbit that means over time these orbits can cross and the longer something remains in orbit the greater the odds that these past will eventually cross and that things will smash together some of the things which are floating around in space include two cameras that got away from astronauts players a screwdriver or wrench a full toolbag garbage bags a lens cap a spatula and microscopic flakes of rocket propellant and that is on top of all the rocket debris and dead satellites if a ship with astronauts were to be hit it could lead to the deaths of the crew if important satellite were to be hid it could lead to a loss of critical communications. Gps signals or observational capabilities. This isn't just a theoretical problem. There have been cases of collisions in space. The space shuttle headed many tiny impacts from debris in space on the seven space shuttle mission. In one thousand. Nine hundred three. The front windshield was hit by a fleck of paint which damaged the window. It looked very similar to what happens when a rocket. your windshield damage. To the shuttle's he tiles was so common that the eventually began flying the shuttle backwards in space so that the engines which weren't used during re entry took most of the damage. The shuttle endeavour was hit by an object so large that its radiator looked like it was hit with a bullet. The international space station has to move on average at least once a year to avoid space debris the soviet cosmos twelve. Seventy five satellite was hit by an object in one thousand nine hundred eighty one which was believed to be the first case of a satellite being destroyed by space junk. Perhaps the worst case occurred in two thousand nine when the kosmos twenty fifty one satellite which was dead smashed into the iridium thirty three satellite at a relative speed of twenty six thousand miles per hour. These collisions and there have been several more only make things worse. In the first case three hundred objects were created from the collision in the second there were suddenly thousands of new objects thrown off on different trajectories in orbit in two thousand seven. The chinese government didn't anti-satellite missile test. That blew up a satellite in space creating tens of thousands of pieces of debris this problem of junk causing collisions which then creates exponentially more junk risk. Something called the kessler syndrome. This hypothesized in nineteen seventy eight by nasa. Scientists david kessler. He proposed that collisions could start a cascade of debris which would cause more collisions and even more debris rinse and repeat.

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Millions may be exposed to dangerous air pollution on the NYC subway, study warns

Common Sense with Bill O'Reilly

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Millions may be exposed to dangerous air pollution on the NYC subway, study warns

"Study done before the pandemic showing New York City subways produced more air pollution than any transit system in the Northeast. Here's the BBC's Sara Lee Kessler. And then more You School of medicine study looked at rush hour air quality in subways in New York, Boston, Philly and D. C all for exceeded national safety standards. But New York's was the worst by far producing dangerous toxins that over time, increase the risk of heart disease, lung cancer and other respiratory issues. The Christopher Street station connecting New York and New Jersey had an air pollution level. 77 times higher than air measured above. Ground.

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Illinois redirects 97,000 vaccine doses from federal nursing home program Pritzker has criticized for moving too slowly

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

Illinois redirects 97,000 vaccine doses from federal nursing home program Pritzker has criticized for moving too slowly

"The state of Illinois announced today as well. It's diverting 97,000 doses of covert vaccine away from a federal program. WGN's Bob Kessler has more. Those doses were part of a federal partnership with Walgreens and CVS to get the shots to nursing home residents and staff. Governor. Pritzker, along with officials in some other states have criticized the program for moving too slowly. The unused doses will now be made available to people 65 older and frontline essential workers. Bob Casler, WGN News

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"kessler" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"kessler" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Welcome to why we work with your host. Brian veep as he speaks to people. Like you from all over the world as we together dive deeper into our motivations struggles joys seemingly missteps hopes warnings and advice. Which would be an encouragement to us all to get up. Get going and keep on. Working working stopped working his good. Now here's your host to why we work trying. I'm brian v. And this is why we work today. Have the great pleasure. Speaking with rob kessler rob visit inventor a boat captain a serial entrepreneur and the inventor of the.

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31 Guards Suspended at a Women’s Prison Plagued by Sexual Violence, New York

Brian Kilmeade

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

31 Guards Suspended at a Women’s Prison Plagued by Sexual Violence, New York

"Jersey's governor has ordered an investigation into alleged physical on sexual abuse at the state's on Lee female prison. It follows the suspension of 31 corrections officer multiple inmates that Edna Man Correctional Facility for Women and Clinton claimed they were beaten by officers while handcuffed January, 11th, a transgender woman told NJ Advance media. The beating was so severe she ended up in a wheelchair. Another inmate says she was sexually assaulted. 31 guards and supervisors on duty that morning are suspended. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seven. Seven W ABC News W

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Interview with Phil McAlister

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

06:53 min | 9 months ago

Interview with Phil McAlister

"Hello and welcome to the skeptics guide to the universe. Today is sunday january seventeenth twenty twenty one. And this is your host. Stephen avella joining me this week. Or bob novella. Everybody cara santa maria. Howdy joy novella. Hey guys and evan bernstein skepticism. On a sunday. I love it. This is a rare sunday recording. We're doing this because of the twelve hour show next saturday. The saturday this show comes out. I probably will be posted in this up right before we begin to twelve hours. Show so if. You're listening to this on saturday that it comes out. We're probably in the middle of the twelve hour show. Why aren't you watching that instead. Leaving this to console you on sunday or monday because the twelve hour livestream is over priorities. So we're not keep saying like we're trying to get away from doing the covert thing every week but there's always stuff to talk about that has to recover recovered. Schwab one thing about it. Obviously it's still raging the numbers that getting scary high still is crazy but david kessler which was announced as the covert czar for the incoming biden. Administration you guys remember who he is. Yes cast that. He was in From london movie right cutler no he was a former head of the fda in the ninety s and after his stint in the at the fda in the nineties the president for a while of yale school of medicine. That's how i. I know you have on speedo him personally. But you know the commissioner of food and drugs for h w bush and clinton muslim sounds nonpartisan. I like that a he. He was very much opposed to the shea. Dietary supplement health and education. Act which was a terrible loss stills eternal and he was he was completely right correct in his opposition to it so hopefully because a lot of experience. Hopefully he'll will prove to be the right person for this job. And we're hoping to shift into high gear will along that line steve in three days. Yeah did you hear. That biden is elevating. He's making a cabinet of science. Yes yes scientists. -nology whatever is now going to be cabinet. Level is a cabinet level position for the first ever cap which will not be in the line of succession by the way. It's a cabinet level position. But it's not a cabinet position. I thought he was building a cabinet filled with cool science thing like curio cabinet closet of mystery. I remember that from what is this endless fascination with forbidden closet of mr really cool i mean. It's the first time the president has ever put somebody at that high. A level in science position which conferences shows his commitment to evidence based policy and also francis. Arnold who i'm super excited about you guys remember. She's caltech scientist who recently won a nobel prize. She's going to be within his his group. I'm not really sure how everybody's designated quite yet but within that group of scientists which is very exciting. I think it should be like the bridge of the enterprise. D where you've got the president the vice president and you've got the czar of science right up there with the big boys because that's where belongs in the position that the council the troy was in. That's what i'm saying. Sitting do truth be told captains left. I am kind of glad that it's not a. I shouldn't say this i don't know i don't know if i would want it to be a cabinet position because then because then they enter into the line of succession and i do worry that whoever is appointed could potentially be. Isn't that a worry about every single cabinet level position. Never i mean. Is there a cabinet member. You guys ready to become president on day one. I mean unless you've watched the survivor soul survivor. Some of those people have served in previous administrations have worked in government. It's obviously it's never happened. I it's so unlikely that i don't think someone's going to pick or not pick a cabinet member because they don't think that they're ready to be president. Yeah i mean why. Scientists are science minded person. Good as president. I think that's what we want. They wouldn't necessarily be it would be but they would still need to be somebody who has executive leadership skills all right. Let's get right into some news items. Is it true that astronomers were wrong about the number of galaxies in the universe. a what. Yeah they're often wrong about stuff like that so yeah. The estimated number of galaxies in the universe was recently cut in half. You are correct steve. So how the hell did this happen. And and more importantly what is the worst title for a news item covering this discovery. All all will be revealed So this all started years ago when the hubble space telescope did some deep sky surveys and it came up with the estimate for the number of galaxies which was two trillion lots of galaxies two trillion in the universe. It did this by using by doing deep field observations. These are observations. That take a really long time looking at the same patch of sky. So you're you're building up the photons right you just building up. The photons. seeing what's revealed and that would that reveals after a while that reveals the very very very faint galaxies. And then then it's easy. Yes sir but can we clarify. Are you talking about the observable universe so you just just just a good point to a good time to clarify that. The the observable universe is a subset of the total universe because like because some of the universe has moved beyond the on the einstein limit rights even traveling at the speed of light. The universe is not old enough for light to travel from there to here so we can't see it's outside of our bubble our light bubble right. It's a little complicated. But yeah i think primarily although not necessarily implies that it's it's just it's just observable we'll we'll see maybe we can. Let's revisit at the end okay. So then so then. Once you have this patch of sky that you've looked at for a while Then you and then you then you know how many galaxies right then you just multiply that little patch by how many similar how many patches in the in the sky are there. And that's and that's basically. What hubble did but we knew that. That wasn't quite accurate though that that's because there has to be other galaxies that are out there that are just too faint to be directly detected even with the best deep field observation that the h. The hubble space telescope could muster onto those super faint galaxies though they do create a suffused glow. Just a general glow in the galaxy and now this background glow that i'm talking about is called the cosmic optical background which is a term. I hadn't i hadn't seen before which is fascinating because it reminded me of maybe was well the cosmic microwave background which is the first light of the universe when it became transparent to electro-magnetic radiation the cosmic optical background that was the glow of all the

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"kessler" Discussed on Faith Health & Home

Faith Health & Home

06:51 min | 11 months ago

"kessler" Discussed on Faith Health & Home

"Bestselling author in war renowned grief expert. David kessler has taught physicians nurses counselors police and first responders about grief and has led talks retreats for those experiencing grief worldwide but after the accidental death of his son kessler felt called revisit the five stages of grieving the result is his latest book finding meaning six stage of greet where he reveals a stage of grief that gives hope and healing that can often be found. I'm pleased to opt in other to have with me. Now david kessler. Thank you for joining me today. Oh good thank you making telling absolutely. I david as the world's foremost expert on grief you not only council thousands of people but you've also written several best selling books on grief now. Your new book finding meaning was actually inspired by your own personal experiences. Tell us a little more about that. Yeah i had written for a number of years and worked with. Elizabeth kubler ross. Who was the person who brought us five state greece. They are denial hangar or getting depression accepted and we always tell people are not linear. They're not a map. You don't have to do them at a certain and then is years ago my own son died my younger found and after i guess i just wanted more than except i wanted to find meaning in his life. And that's what this new book about finding meaning after the person has absolutely now when you talk about finding meaning. Tell us how this the practice of finding meaning in grief serve as a key to post traumatic growth certainly a cushion. I always tell people. Meeting doesn't take away the pain but listening to the pain. And i'm so glad you mentioned the post. Monastic growth. you know can live. Were about post traumatic stress. But we don't talk about post traumatic growth enough and that happens even more sometimes when people i hear meaning they think there's no meaning in the debt and they're right or meaning is what we do have absolutely now. I'm within your book. You share a rope math. With dealing with specific challenges that may occur in greece such as illness child loss addiction and suicide. We all know someone who has dealt with one of those or even more of those types of losses in their lifetime so tell us from your own experience. How have you found that. These pacific losses Tend to be a little different are even more difficult to deal with than others. Well certainly with the book is so webster store spell storing and finding meaning this their time but the are certain katie by suicide. Tips and a a wall the front-load that redundancy comey. They aren't even more challenging. Because i'm barring and have been proclaimed sometimes without can be more challenging offer under only york. Maybe i should and so does can be more challenging. So i really try in the book. Help people deal with all that who knows more terrorism lowest. Say you know when people ask me which is the worst one. Pay normal the work more work. You're having absolutely absolutely and Even in dealing with that you can have losses that happen back to back or you know within the same year within the same month so yes definitely Something that is important to discuss now. I'm you talked about the feelings of shiva. Cova the or as you call it. Survivor's guilt That's something that can develop as we know in a lot of different ways. We always feel that if i could have. I could've done this. I should have done more. And if i had they'd still be alive today as you said i'm what advice do you have for those who are struggling with that type of guilt to work through their emotions in order to move forward well to remember and it's very hard to do to understand that it is tragic commits fully agree to their life is over into recognize air life for so precious. We often think if only it was me. I should have died first that the survivor but if fairly was precious so is on and we have to move from the why that they lie to the. How were we going to move forward on now that they have done. And that's a real challenge. That's why try to give some things in the book to help. And one of the things i own is i also included on anyone. Who gets the book can go to six days dot com and i have a frequent pain class for anyone who gets to cook because it is hard to work through the survivor's guilt to water all those indeed. Now you also in talking about processing grief who who which we just talked about In your book you also discuss the role that our thoughts play in processing that grief moving forward particularly when it comes to messages that we repeatedly tell ourselves our minds about our laws Share more about how we can rewire our thoughts to transform the original meaning of our grief and two new meaning. It's more positive and empowering idea Here would be so nice if after we've had a devastating loss if our mind with oh my gosh you've had ever thieving long time here for you. Extra compassionate would be great but the reality is sometimes what. I'm only doesn't goes well..

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"kessler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"kessler" Discussed on WTOP

"Kessler in the W T. O P traffics in Virginia in the George Washington Parkway, Watch for delays near the scenic overlooks trying ahead toward 1 23. The wreck reported to be in the left lane, 66 eastbound heavy from 1 23 toward Nutley Street within that long term work zone, then again, passing Washington Boulevard. Usually a single lane getting by that work zone South bound on 95 delays crossing Niaga Kwan. You'll also see on roots. Seven westbound delays passing the intersections with Colvin run road where there's usually a single lane getting by the work eastbound delays toward told Stine Road where there's a usual work zone now in Maryland, a curious delay on 29 seeing delays growing south bound on 29 out of white oak before Lockwood Dr trying to head towards Southwood Avenue past Northwest Branch North bound delay near University Boulevard headed toward the same spot. Not sure if that's a work zone or whether there's accident activity that started out in the South bound direction in North bound. Maybe Rubbernecking can't quite see what's going on there. 3 55 Nicholson Lane. Everything open there from the early erect. There were things on Nicholson Lane, but the vehicle involved in the crash was on a tow truck so they may have reopened Nicholson Lane as well, maybe still under police direction. South bound Georgia Avenue near Hathaway Drive, a report of a crash and across the Bay Bridge eastbound the right lanes blocked with work. The westbound span is running two way traffic. It's Marlowe Furnitures fabulous red tag savings event with ribbed red tags savings up, too. 70% off storewide, plus free delivery and no interest financing available. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic and Let's turn to storm team forced Chuck Bell another beauty here today, Chuck I think you're gonna like it. It's a little breezy outside and the combination of a northwesterly wind and a lower.

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"kessler" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"kessler" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Crisis within the larger crisis so I'm glad we were able to have an extended conversation with her a lot of good reaction via email. On that as well Let's pause here. We. We were a little behind, because we long with the former mayor Pat Kessler on a number of key breaking issues that we need to discuss it, I don't think really anything got accomplished regarding the the special session. He'll give us kind of a A post mortem on that and we'll get to a couple of other breaking a political stories as well. I wish the American media would take a great look at the view of the people in Congress and find out they. Are Anti America. Because people have got known whether or not their president's. I can't trust. He's an Arab Kessler tear down this wall. I did nothing wrong at the Minneapolis report senator. You're no Jack Kennedy. And Walk to help Dan breakdown all of questions in politics. It's our own. Let. I feel like supermodel except like times. Is. Force. With Dan. On Fan. We're. Mister Kessler reminding people. Of why. Once upon a time. You're on every Thursday on this program. Yet. Once you came back to it and then how that suddenly morphed into. We need to move you to. Wednesday. Do you recall the reason for that particular switch? What I remember is that it was somebody who is far more important than I. WHO GETS I got first dibs on every correct. And it's called. Getting armed shivered on the show black. That's pretty much it well and his guards. You reminded me when Ron I presented it, he made it sound like we had something urgent that got in the way of he him being with us. Every Wednesday and it was actually his regular golf's weeklies. His League and that's. Why did I for some reason? Didn't we like thought? We changed it back and forth a couple of times. Our was only one change I think once change I think for just consistency. We just said. Let's just do okay. Maybe that's what. Kessler anymore than we. You already do so i. do remember that because. It was something very important. You know it was probably something really big a legal and what's helping asshole? Get us. And then we found. It's because Rosenbaum was golfing. That was pretty much it. He he eventually stop. Telling Kessler that on the phone because you I think you were worried like what is the deal? What's going on well found out? It's his golf game. Kessler wasn't quite as thrilled as he as he usually is taught me that day..

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"kessler" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"kessler" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"When he talked about having early opinion, yes, because that struck out stuck out to me like how can you not early at this point? But if they haven't seen body CAM footage, they don't know what the other two were doing so I think that was the point. They were trying to make over and over again yesterday to care eleven. Crawls quoted as saying. We've got a pretty good picture of what show did. It's easy to form judgment there and terminate, which is definitely further than he had gone previously, he has continued. To as you say they all were spending more time, but the other three, continuing I and I. Haven't gotten clarification on the question of Bodycam material the way it was presented. In the Strip. Today was well. Sometimes, it's released. In the past. It's been released when there was not any other video available or when there was concerned that if we don't release it, we have a chance for some significant unrest and we might be able to get ahead of that if we released what we have. And so I guess presumably that means in this case because we had the video we did. There was less of a need to do it that to me. Still is a very different question than whether in the in the in the process. Of An officer being terminated, and in this case charged whether the Union There's a stipulation that indicates the union is required to receive. If there is body cam material, whatever body cam material is available. I would like to see that clarified. I don't know if Kessler can help us with that or maybe somebody else can because. I was pretty adamant. Barry Adamant and that's I think definitely worthy of of pursuing as well so Yeah, the the I think definitely the you could tell what the thrust was yesterday it was. I I don't think very successfully. To suddenly say well, we're about more than Bob. Kroll and If, the union is perceived as being all about Bob. Crawl or he being the voice. There's only one person to blame for that..

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"kessler" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"kessler" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Six one. No matter what he does I don't like the way we don't have as much access we want, but that's how it is, and that's what we're trying to work with right now. You are the best my friend. Stay safe and I and I'll let you know I. Will. I'll let you know in my rowboat? Tattoo and I'm annoyed because before you ditch me on New Year's Eve. You said we were doing that together and I went and got row on in Tampere. And I couldn't find you used. That was a pack that you and I had in Tampa that night in. And, so here's the deal you can live. Stream the tattooing on your back of the roll the ball now. And now that the. Now the tattoo parlors are open cannot wait good luck to you. You'll be the first one I tweet at. Thank you, sir. Is Pat. Kessler Wednesday regular. We get to one of my old friends. Mike Trudell some MBA breaking news as it pertains to reopening speaking of reopening. If you're an NBA Fan I, think you're going to be happier than Tours. We've been talking today. Trudell talks about that and the Jordan. But I was in seventh grade wishing I had Air Jordan's. My mom would never let me by them. I wasn't one of the cool kids I remember print out the lyrics to California, love and trying to get it like. To Talk. So.

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"kessler" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"kessler" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Understand where they're at and then take them into a future that makes them feel like a million bucks one. One of the things are folks are really good at and if I get a proud to read a lot of the Google reviews that we get from clients who visit our stores. Is they come in with this vulnerability with fear and we put them in these. We don't pressure them into making decision. Our goal is to educate you on the decision and we think over the course of time. We're GONNA win more than we lose if we just educate you and show you options available in honor how much you WanNa spend on this particular transaction But that lack of pressure and that just really getting the relationship built and not about selling a piece of jewelry is another thing that our folks extremely. Yeah I wanted to Get back to what you were saying about change too because you were talking about the lessons you learn from it maybe having to slow down and stuff but there's there's also this whole other dynamic which is In a founder lead business. At least it's been my experience and that this may not be the Kessler experience but it's been my experience in founder led business people come into founder lead business and they're they're used to ping pong off of what the founder wants founder on since founder ones. I've found one says okay. We're going to do that when someone comes in and replaces the founder. It's it's it's always a a mountain because the the whole sort of breath of the company was based off of what the founder wanted and way the founder was and now doesn't matter who you.

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"kessler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kessler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The B. C. certainly Kessler governor Andy Beshear says the group all young adults got together deliberately in defiance of Kentucky's social distancing guidelines thinking they were invincible he called it stupid but the conservative website the federalist responded by suggesting the coronavirus parties are kindred chicken pox parties commonly held in the nineteen fifties and unlicensed rheumatologist in Oregon thought it up and Dr Arthur Caplan a bioethicist at NYU school of medicine said the idea of deliberately trying to infect yourself with the lethal virus to build up your immunity is pretty close to advising homicide I'm certainly Kessler for seventy seven W. ABC news president trump during the passage of the emergency going around this relief package is urging the house to pass a two point two trillion dollar bill the house of representatives was now passed those bills hopefully without delay I think it's got tremendous support coronavirus cases continue to soar New Jersey nearly seven thousand cases reported an eighty one deaths more than one hundred fifty five thousand unemployment claims filed in New Jersey alone residents in the happens telling new Yorkers to stay away because of coronavirus many to your because of homes in the Houston and have left the city because of the pandemic Southampton officials report a rise in covert nineteen cases without today continuing on its many role the Dow up more than thirteen hundred points problem globetrotter favorite curly Neal has died at the age of seventy seven the men Yankee season openers canceled Erin judges still not back on the baseball diamond Yankees manager Aaron Boone says his rib injury is still in the healing phase the Indy five hundred postponed until August twenty third saints quarterback drew Brees donating five million dollars to the coronavirus relief efforts for gas.

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"kessler" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"kessler" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is nearest you Kessler's diamonds dot com from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center on Kevin Liles subzero temperatures are making their way out of Wisconsin as this morning goes on as temperatures are expected to rise into the thirties by the afternoon today storm team four meteorologist Brian daughter has more by morning the clouds have moved in and with that you're going to see some light snow and drizzle by afternoon still windy out there with temperatures above freezing that's we could see a little drizzle mixed in Sunday has more sunshine and a lighter weight snow accumulation is expected at less than half an inch today authorities are investigating the death of a seventy three year old woman after she was found dead in her home after what appeared to be from frigid temperatures today's T. M. J. four has more it happened near ninety first and Wilbur in the morning heights neighborhood that's a Milwaukee south side the medical examiner's office says electricity was working with the heat was either turned off or malfunctioning an autopsy is scheduled for Monday UW Milwaukee police and Milwaukee police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing you W. M. student according to police freshman Sean by it was last seen leaving Cambridge Commons residence all around one thirty Friday morning he has not been heard or seen sense he was last seen in a box cap a maroon white and dark colored shirt with white shoes by occurs five foot ten hundred and sixty pounds with type one diabetes in need of insulin anyone who has information is asked to contact you W. M. police or Milwaukee police department an investigation continues into apparent arson your Milwaukee's downtown yesterday police say they have arrested a twenty six year old Milwaukee man in connection to the fire at an apartment building near eight and cherry around three thirty this morning a twenty three year old Milwaukee woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of life threatening injuries charges are expected to be filed in the coming days police are asking anyone with information to contact them or provide tips to Milwaukee crime stoppers Presley number WTMJ news state Republicans and Democrats are still at odds with how the state surplus money should be spent yesterday Republicans unveiled a plan that included a two hundred and fifty million dollar income tax cut as Emily Majority Leader robin boss tells today's T. M. J. four focus is paying down debt making sure we eliminate a tax on personal property all at the same time with giving an income tax that focus on the little time boss adding two hundred and fifty million would go back to the people who paid for into the state run two million taxpayers would qualify W. T. M. J. four cast today on Saturday mostly cloudy windy in afternoon light snow and drizzle accumulation less than a half inch out of thirty four degrees tomorrow partly cloudy wasn't on Sunday I am thirty three Monday to kick off network we cloudy breezy monitoring a morning snow showers that will change to rein in the afternoon and a high of thirty eight degrees sports all star weekend in Chicago is under way packed continent Chris Middleton will be involved in festivities today contact and will be in the dunk contest Middleton in the skills competition you can head to WTMJ dot com for all updates I'm Kevin wells newsradio WTAM J. hello red eye radio America and you talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether your ability for just starting your day welcome to the show from ball pilot flying J. studios this is red eye radio hello and welcome he is very McNamara I've ever Carly as we move into a Wednesday it is over in New Hampshire.

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"kessler" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"kessler" Discussed on AP News

"Kessler AP radio news for Friday October eleventh by wire president trump tells the crowd in baton Rouge Louisiana the house impeachment effort is a con job John this story of the greatest mass delusion in American political history that's what it is has Democrats of open an impeachment enquiring over trunks dealings with Ukrainian when she asked that country's president during a telephone call in July to investigate Joe Biden and his son hunter and intelligence committee whistle blower complaint truck was abusing his office for personal political gain trump is yet again looking for another person to head the department of homeland security after the fourth person to hold that post as just resign acting homeland security secretary Kevin mac lean in is leaving his post in the next week president Donald Trump made the surprise announcement Friday night on Twitter in his tweet the president said mac lean and had done an outstanding job and border crossings are down from said mac lean and wants to spend more time with his family and go to the private sector trump added that he has many wonderful candidates for the position Mike Crossey a Washington fast merit burning wildfire north of Los Angeles seared its way through Dr visitations spreading quickly destroy more than a dozen homes as tens of thousands of residents were ordered to get out of the way one of those evacuated congressman Brad Sherman he was asked by reporters if he knows about his home it hasn't burned down.

"kessler" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

12:08 min | 2 years ago

"kessler" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"Of them are finished and I'm currently writing to others the Sedona pack and also the one. We're GONNA going to be talking about the sentinels of Savannah the sentinels of Savannah and the first book was called the Pirates Passion which I read so why don't you give a synopsis. It's so that I don't give away something. That shouldn't be given away. Okay well. There's actually a novella. That's like a Prequel just is to get you into the whole world but basically there is a pirate crew that sank outside of Savannah over two hundred years ago in the seventeen in hundreds and but the thing was that their final plunder was supposed to be the world's greatest treasure but when they took over the ship all they found was a wouldn't cup that seemed to have always have water in it and so they all drank from this without realizing that they had taken a sip zip from the holy grail so all of these men have are still alive. They're now immortal and so most of them still live in Savannah. Now they have regular the jobs they have made a replica of their ships so that they can still sale and and their captain has is still pirating but he's pirating realestate and so anyway they made the special division of the government department thirteen who deals with paranormal threats to American citizens and because they're the government they have to there's laws and the can't steal but he meets up with the immortal pirate crew and gives them the option of stealing now for the government government so they are going back to some of their piracy ways and also helping America's though it has been really wild and fund series right right so far and that is of course a romance as well as paranormal paranormal romance right there in the title so where does who the romance between so in pirates passion the romances between the ship's pilot so the guy who steers the ship and a historian story in who works for the Maritime Museum in Savannah Dr Charlotte's Claire and she has some secrets of her own and it was it was a wild old adventure of a book to write and the thing is when when you're writing romance with these big paranormal elements. It's really hard to balance the the two because you want the romance readers to get that that happy ever after that there that they want but when you who have paranormal elements a lot of times the stakes are gigantic. You know the world could end. There's lots of deaths than all that kind of thing so for me. It's always a fun juggling act to keep it even so that so that the romance is achieved but we also get a really fun adventure with lots of danger her for me as a writer. I need lots of danger. When my kids were younger and at home still they would see me sitting at the computer. Peter chomping on gum going know the story is stalled. What's happening in my I had taught my daughter was time to raise the body count because nothing gets things moving like a dead on so so anyway a lot of people die in my book says well but balancing the romance with that is always a challenge but ah in this book it was it was not so difficult because the hero and heroine had a lot of sparked instantly which is always fun. I'm for me I was going to ask you about the the that element of it because I haven't read. I've read a lot of urban fantasy and I've read a lot of paranormal stories but right right not paranormal romance and certainly that balance is different than if it were just an urban fantasy the you know in an bourbon fantasy you might have a romantic subplot but it's not quite as front and center as the romance is in pirates passion and of course there's also the difference references cover art right definitely yes. If you're writing paranormal romance the the the market is that there's some kind of man chest on there and that the Manchester in some kind of fog and that makes readers go. It's paranormal but yeah in urban and fantasy. There's almost always a big romance subplot going on but in urban fantasy there doesn't have to be happily ever after after and in Romance. That's the deal. You're making with the reader so like if it's a mystery the deal with the reader is that you will solve the crime by the end of the book and the deal with a romance is that there will be a happily ever after some how you may not know how that's GonNa Happen but somehow there will be happily ever after at the end and and so so it does make it tricky because if you don't meet that the readers are really disappointed and in urban fantasy you got a little more wiggle edel room because you can have happy for now you can have that they break up at the end but there's another book so maybe they'll get back together. You know and like sookie cookie stackhouse books. She had many happy for now with all different people so so you have a little more options is there you couldn't do that in a paranormal romance because the reader is expecting a happily ever after so in paranormal romance series. Usually you will usually see some kind of band of brothers like this. One has a pirate crew because although all those characters will be in every book I need a different character to be able to get his happily ever after and that's why we're wolves shifter's and things like that work really well and paranormal romance because do you have a whole pack and each one gets to be the hero of a book does paranormal romance draw in readers from the mortar regular fantasy side and also drawn from the romance side that might not otherwise venture into that territory. Is it a place where they come together at ecumenical sort of yeah. I think so I think so I think paranormal romances like a gateway drug to fantasy for romance readers because they get that taste of the world building and you know the the world building and thou super high stakes you know the world could end you know a city destroyed or something like that and and it's it's a whole new thing because other there's lots of genres of romance chance historical contemporary romantic suspense romantic suspense can sometimes have super high stakes also but but the FA- fantasy elements events and are all in paranormal romance so if a romance reader who may be typically reads historical stumbles across a time travel or a paranormal romance or something like that that can be there that can be their first experience sometimes with that kind of genre and can lead them him toward you know urban fantasy and and maybe even high fantasy to be fair to the cover art with the man chest there was of course for a longtime urban fantasy seemed to be distinguished by the bare midriff of the female protagonist exactly exactly and and urban fantasy for a long time it had to be the female protagonists she had to be in black leather and high heeled boots and it's like if you read the book the. You know the women are like kicking ass and I'm sure it wasn't an high heel boots but but that was what needed to be on the cover but all of that is really like marketing and bookstore. You know what what people are expecting. I think and I I don't know who came up with what those needs to be but they sure stick now. We're using parrots passion as an example of your creative process. So where did the idea. I know that's a that's a cliche. Where do your ideas come from but nevertheless where did the idea or the the seed that grew departments passion come from and is that typical of the way that your ideas come to you well actually it. Was it was really neat meet. I got invited to be part of an anthology for the romantic times. romantic times was a magazine that would have the Book Lovers Convention National Convention where people came from all over the world lots of Australian readers would come to that one and they wanted it was happening in Atlanta and so the called it moonshine and Magnolias and they wanted they picked twenty romance authors to of all all different genres of romance to write a novella that was set in the south and they need it and the only requirement was it had to include Atlanta and and I've been to Atlanta and it's not like my most favorite city but my grandmother and her family were all from Savannah and I love Savannah Savannah been there before. It's very haunted city. It's just it's so gorgeous and so much history and so I thought about Savannah. Uh If I if I said it in Savannah I could put the bad guy in Atlanta and then I'm I'm thinking about it and I've been to Savannah before and Savannah is this is all go some pirates and it was a big pirate hub back in the day you can go the pirates in restaurant it used to be a bar back then but it is still there and you can go inside and they will show you the pirate tunnels that are still there where they would get they would get you so drunk that you would pass out and they would drag you through the tunnels onto a ship and when you wake up out in the ocean your they're like well. Well your ship's doctor now so anyway you can still see those in savannah and when you walk along River Street you know they have of all the pirate stuff and so anyway. I thought well if I wrote a pirate boat but I don't want it to be historical. I wanted to the now. How can I make these pirates more role and then I thought about the Holy Grail and I thought Oh that could work and the whole thing came together when I wrote the Novella for that event offense and my agent wanted to read it so I sent it to her and she wrote me. She wrote me back she goes. I forgot to eat lunch. I was is reading the end. Please tell me the whole crew is going to get a book and let me sell the series and I was like okay so so anyway I I. I started working on you know what the crew stories would be so that I could give her a series synopsis and she sold the whole series so so I'm writing I'm finishing book for right now and there will be four more. There's eight bucks altogether so if that's kind of an unusual way for the series to come about where where have held us none of your others come from the images characters settings what what kind of get you're going to you. Have my other series came from short stories that I wrote. When I the first time I met Ray Bradbury I had only I had written my first book. I had written night Walker. Palm Raider told me you know you're going to be a writer while I was new so I didn't realize how many rejections you get. Oh my gosh Russian and I would get so close with an agent and then they would go on second read just not sure and but we'll be excited to see it on the shelves and I'm like what you think..

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"kessler" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

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"kessler" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"Welcome to another episode of the World Shapers podcast where I interview other science fiction and fantasy authors about their creative process. I say other because I am myself a author of science fiction and fantasy my latest novel is master of the world which is booked to in my world shaper series from Don Books Book One was called World Shaper and yes that is entirely this podcast got its name from world. Shaper series is set in a vast labyrinth of shaped shaped worlds just sort of like books that the authors live inside of they were all put into the labyrinth by a rare mysterious woman who found the shapers our world the first first world and they've each been given the opportunity to shake the world of their dreams. My Main Characters Shawna keys is the shape of her world but doesn't remember being the shape of her world which is is very much like ours with a few differences in the first book there's a terrible attack kills her best friend and other people and when she decides she doesn't like that happening happening. Suddenly it isn't happening anymore. And that's what she knows. Something Weird is going on a mysterious stranger shows up Carl Yasser tells her that her world is under attack by the adversary sairy who is trying to take over all of the worlds of the labyrinth but that she has the power because she's shown tremendous power by resetting time after the attack he he thinks she has the power to save all the world's going from world to world and gathering the knowledge of those worlds from their shapers and taking them all to a rare who is wounded in hiding in somewhere in the labyrinth and can only say the labyrinth if somebody can deliver the knowledge of all these worlds to her. That's the story that Carly answer tells so the First Book Carlton Shawna Flee The adversary from Shawna's world into spoiler they they do survive because there wouldn't be much of a series if they didn't and in the new book which just came out master of the world they enter a world that is inspired by the work to Jules Verne so it's very steam punk and has all kinds of you know submarines airships and floating islands things like that the series has had good reviews world had a starred review from publishers weekly said had this novel sets up a fascinating fluctuating universe with plenty of room for growth for the main characters and readers will eagerly join their journey booklets said Willett series starter there is fun Quirky and highly enjoyable I see laying the groundwork for future volumes and the second book had some very nice reviews as well so please do check out the world shapers books. One other thing I do want to mention is that I am in the process of recording some audio books of my work and one has just been released its right to know published in print by I bender and press in Ottawa. It's a it's a space opera. and I have just finished the recording of the audiobook and it is just available as well so if you go to audible dot com look up search out my name or right to know the name of the book you can find that and if you enjoy the sound of my voice and you're listening to this podcast so maybe have you do. Maybe you would enjoy hearing me read the my own stories. I hope to do more of that in the future not just with the second book in that series Falcon Zag but I also have the writes audiobook rights for my four my first four novels from books and I hope to be recording them over the next few months as well all right. That's enough chatter from me to start things off. Let's get onto this episode's guest Lisa Kessler Lisa Kessler is a bestselling author of dark paranormal fiction. She's a two-time who time San Diego Book Award Winner for Best Published Fantasy Scifi or and best published romance her books have also on the prism award the award of excellence the national excellence in romantic romantic fiction award the award of merit from the Holt medallion and an international digital award for best paranormal short stories have been published in print anthologies and magazines and her vampire story. Immortal beloved was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award when she's not riding. Lisa is a professional vocalist and has performed with San Diego Opera as well as other musical theater companies in San Diego and if you've listened to this show long enough you know that I will definitely be asking her about that. Since I do some of that stuff myself so welcome to world-shapers they said thank you. I'm glad to be here now. Usually start the show by talking about how we know each other will this is kind of a different one because basically I know you because I was on your show so right yeah you've been on you've been on book lights a couple of times and we always have such a great time plus. We have the musical background so I feel like we already know each other. We will talk a little bit about booklets later on to get a chance to talk about that. I think I hear cats in the background. Yes sorry my cat never comes in in here but she just decided to come in and beyond the radio so sorry about that folks minds minds asleep somewhere he might join in as well so here the other their cat and they'll have a conversation. I think it was my second interview with John Sculley. They were cats in the background so it's kind of a world-shapers traditions good Ed. Maybe my cat knew that. I wasn't aware he's probably a long time probably a longtime listener well. They'll start by taking you back. I always say this. It's kind of appropriate considering the book that we're going to be focusing on pirates fashion. Take you back into the midst of time but perhaps quite quite not as far back as the eighteenth century had to find out with you of became well first of all where you were born where you grew up and then how you became interested in writing and specifically quickly in writing tales of the paranormal in the fantastic well it's kind of an interesting story because it sort of paranormal and I promise that it's true uh-huh I grew up in San Diego and after I graduated high school I got into our family business we made hospital window blinds and so I've traveled a lot for trade shows and one of those trade shows took me to New Orleans and some background I sang opera and band musical theater that was music was might focal point but I always wrote for fun and I was madly in love with Anne Rice's vampire chronicles nickels but anyone who was a fan back in the nineties it took a year and a half for another book to come out and way back in the day of the Internet. When there were member you net groups and things like that there was an rice one and I met some other women there we started and our own yahoo group to write our own vampires while we would wait for the next vampire book so I probably did that. I would write every night my own vampires empires just for fun probably for like eight years never thought about publishing anything but I have a trade show in New Orleans and so since I was in New Orleans I had to get my palm read and the palm reader gave me the reading. It seemed pretty right on and then as we were leaving. She stopped me at the door and said I can. I ask you something and I said sure and she said are you a writer and I said No. I saw window shades then and I thought about it and I said well I I write for fun every night and she smiled and said you're going to be a famous writer. Someday and I was like well and my I brain would not let it go and by the time I got back to the airport I had written out a plot outline for my first book night Walker occur which was my in vampires in San Diego anyway very cool book but it took me a really long time to get that published but I wrote in six months and I had no idea that all those years I had been practising. I I got to meet Ray Bradbury a couple times before he passed away and I and he was he always believed that you had to write somewhere around eight hundred thousand words of crap before you became a storyteller and I never knew that that was what I was doing. I filled up a whole hard drive with text documents of of my vampires and never with any the inkling that I would publish it if I hadn't seen that palm reader. I don't know that I ever would have gotten that nudge to to try and get published and then I wrote short stories his that was where immortal beloved came from because I thought I'm not sure I'm a good writer. I've just been writing for fun so I wrote a bunch short stories and I got five of them published in publications on I thought okay so I'm not horrible and I went on on from there but without that palm reader in New Orleans. I it just wasn't on my radar. I was so busy singing and working the writing was just for fun on so she really changed the course of my life that day unexpected. It was very strange. Now I write full-time so avenue so you said that you've always written did you. Did you actually start as a kid. many many of US writers do start whenever we're quite young yeah yeah I did. I did right when I was a kid but I never thought I was going to be a writer rider. I wrote my first book in Sixth Grade they actually bound and published it for me in the school library and thankfully when they redid the school library somebody on the school board found me and brought my book back it was called wonder some Unicorn Creek it was all of like twenty pages but that was my first book going to say fortunately they threw out when they know I got that wonderful book back but but I never her. I always wrote but I didn't have that. you know. I I just never realised I was going to be a novelist that was never on my radar until all New Orleans. So when did the music come in music has always been my. I love that was my My Dad was a musician -sition and as soon as I got to junior high I was in choir and I had all the Solos in high school and and right out a high school I was taking private voice lessons and getting in San Diego Comic Opera Lyric Opera and stuff like that it was just music has always spend my first my first love and passion and I still I still have a church job so I still do sing every week and that was really where my focus was and I wrote but but during all of that I was writing every night I was building in good skills for becoming becoming a writer without any idea that I was ever going to be one so it's very very odd so you mentioned that you started with short stories. where is immortal beloved published. I was the one that was a finalist for Bam stoker. Where did it Fall News v one or was it an earlier winner. At what was it about because I'm not familiar with the story. Okay immortal beloved was has I was trying to write some short stories that I could try to get published Z. Because I really had no concept of by was a good storyteller or not but I had had the idea about it because I'm very musical I had the idea about Beethoven and nobody has figured figured out you know his who his immortal beloved was and I was really into writing vampires so I thought what if Beethoven's wins immortal beloved really was immortal and what if it had to be a secret because he was a man and so anyway the story takes place place today but the vampire is hearing a child prodigy playing the Moonlight Sonata and he's wondering if it's Beethoven Token a really cool story and I wrote it as an experiment I wrote it while I was listening to the Moonlight Sonata over and over and it really has has like three different acts in the Moonlight Sonata and so the story kind of follows that that same kind of structure and it got. It's been republished quite a few times. it's in an anthology. That's out right. Now called came. Look it up dead souls. That's when it's gone. It's a paperback anthology called dead souls reprinted in that right now but it was it was a fabulous experiment and the story came out really while I was really proud of it did my research and I felt like at the end. Maybe Beethoven was a love with a male vampire. Movie called Immortal Beloved of course did not have a vampire also also dealing with that question of exactly beloved was and somebody recently they found some DNA or something I don't know but I I saw it pop up again recently and they still don't know but but they think they're closer to figuring it out. I don't know it's a great mystery. Though so talking about Oh to immortal beloved and melts are going to get into your research because obviously there were some involved there when we talk about the book So why don't we start talking about the book now you've written books. How many series do you have at this point. I have five series so far.

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