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Tonight Liberal Dan Radio explores the subject of optics. A weekend show on a cable news channel debated the optics of Obama's appointments. This means they were observing how is cabinet looked. Is that important? Why or why not?
Also, the discussions of gun control keep going since the Newtown shootings. Does a solution have to be perfect in order to be good?
Those topics and more tonight on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk from the Left, that's right.
When it comes to the accumulation of knowledge, most nations, including our own to this day try to keep others out. But there are exceptions to every rule as we know. Today we will look at the effects of medieval Islamic scholarship in map making, optics, medicine found in 12th-17th century references in texts to Islamic thinkers. Just when freemasons were convinced it was about personnal advancement, freemasonry comes along with an obvious statement that within the scope of ideas, merit is the basis of promotion. As we examine this we find a journey into the history of Islam where the facts show threads of the mystery school we call freemasonry. In 832AD, just 70 years after the city of Bagdad was founded, the Caliph Al Ma'mun created the House of Wisdom after the Museum in Alexandria, founded about 280BC by Ptolemy I Soter, known for advanced scientific and literary scholarship. The House of Wisdom included Persian and Christian scholars drawn by the 'translation movement' of ideas and culture to transcribe knowledge into a common langauge- Arabic. Historians run out of superlatives to describe it: "an unrivaled centre for the study of humanities and science in medieval Islam including mathematics, astronomy, medicine, alchemy and chemistry, zoology, geography and cartography".
Restrictions on the source of knowledge should not exist but they do. Students of the Craft often are schooled in 'masonic' texts. But doesn't it make sense that advancement based on merit has continued the House of Wisdom, exposing all initiates to scholarship. Why is it not democratic you ask? Because intellect and ability are God given tools, not for man to question. Advancement is always about the mind and indifferent to rank and privilege.
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Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ interviews Schaeffer Warnock of http://auraoptics.com/ to talk about Aura Optics, the ultimate visual gear for action sports. It provides a perfect fit and breathability without comprising a superior performance skiing/riding.
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Jonathan A. Eppstein, Founder/President of RedBird LED, Inc.
Jonathan’s academic background is in electrical engineering, electro-optics and applied mathematics, all of which provide a strong foundation in both the theoretical and real-world aspects of cutting-edge design of LED lighting products. He also has more than 25 years experience as a successful entrepreneur, working in the defense, medical diagnostics, and pharmaceutical industries. At Laser Atlanta, Inc., his team developed the first Laser Speed gun for law enforcement as well as handheld laser range finders for the construction industry, America’s Cup Racing teams, and NASA. He co-founded SpectRx, Inc., a medical diagnostic company that successfully IPO’d in 1996; and he also co-founded Altea Therapeutics Corp., a developer of new therapeutic drug products based on a patented drug delivery technology invented by Jonathan.
With more than 40 US and over 200 international patents issued, Jonathan is well-versed in the the creation and value of intellectual property, and has brought this experience to RedBird LED. RedBird’s core values are attention to detail and the value of not cutting corners on product development. This has allowed RedBird LED to routinely lead the lighting industry in innovation, performance and quality with our award-winning LED lighting products.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is calling for National Guard troops to be deployed on the Texas border. Is this good optics for someone with eyes on the White House in 2016? Or is he sincerely trying to do something meaningful to stem the flow of illegals into our country.
Zack Taylor, a 26-year veteran retired border patrol agent, was asked his opinion of Gov. Rick Perry's move. . We'll have his response.
Americans Protest Illegals as High-Profile Conservatives Pander
FR founder Jim Robinson heads to border
How Matt Drudge Changed The World – Updated
Leaked Border Crisis Intel Report
Explosive book about Clintons
The Drudge Report headlines about illegals streaming across our borders have dominated that news aggregation page all weekend. And it's not showing any signs of letting up -- if anything, it is getting worse and more dangerous. Now the Feds are saying they'll bring in riot control measures AGAINST Americans.
Andrea's latest column at WND
TB Spreading in illegals camps
HHS Muzzles Media
Murietta Stand Your Ground Prepare for riot squads
Bad Optics for Feds
Sipsey Street on the Border
How would humans react to an alien race arriving on Earth? What would be the impact of human contact with aliens? With 74% of Americans believing in the existence of aliens and 15 million believing they've actually made contact with extraterrestrials, many people have burning questions about life beyond Earth and its impact on humans.
Season three of ALIEN ENCOUNTERS -- airing Tuesdays at 10 PM ET/PT on Science Channel -- continues to raise hypothetical questions about, and explore the potential impact of, alien contact with humans.
Interspersed with dramatizations, ALIEN ENCOUNTERS employs world-class astronomers, futurists and scientists providing expertise and context to the potential cultural, biological, and technological impact of extraterrestrial contact, including Hakeem Oluseyi, astrophysicist and star of Science Channel's OUTRAGEOUS ACTS OF SCIENCE.
Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi is an internationally known astrophysicist, educator, inventor, and TV personality. In addition to being a professor and leading space sciences researcher at the Florida Institute of Technology, he is a frequent contributor to the Science Channel and National Geographic Channel, outlets for his passion for communicating science to the public.
After earning his Ph.D. in physics from Stanford University, Hakeem conducted research on manufacturing computer chips at one of Silicon Valley's most successful companies, earning 8 U.S. patents. He has also worked on the development of instrumentation for space-based astronomical observation, including optics, detectors, and electronics. He is a member of the development team for the high priority Large Synoptic Survey Telescope.
Smartphone use is the most significant driver of traffic growth in mobile backhaul technology as these devices become more integrated into our business and personal lives. The traditional backhaul technology, copper, has been in decline because it cannot keep up with these capacities, resulting in greater use of fiber and microwave technology.
Packet optical technologies enabling these high-capacity solutions combine advanced traffic management and WDM capabilities. As SDN technology works its way into the backhaul, the platforms of today need to be SDN ready. Fiber optics, though the preferred transport, are not always available or cost effective in these applications. Microwave is an alternative solution while waiting for fiber to be trenched or as a low-cost transport method.
Small cell architecture using C-RAN and WDM transport technology will reduce the power, footprint, and complexity of the small cell. The C-RAN architecture centralizes the base band unit (BBU) at the macro site or CO using Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI™) over fiber optic or microwave transport to the remote radio head (RRH) deployed at the small cell site.
This combination of transport technology, whether full SDN-capable or SDN-ready, enables the highest optimization over the BH, offering:
Load balancing via prioritized dynamic bandwidth allocation
Self-healing fault recovery
Smooth scaling for future demands
Keith Davis has impacted thousands of lives as a business owner and officer of many organizations over the past 35 years, including the Network Marketing Industry.
Keith has owned "The Keith Davis Show" for over 7 years, retired 5 years ago from the telecommunications industry as a business systems and fiber optics technician, and earned his fiber optic splicer certification.
Working with teams and for the benefit of others has always been a strong passion for Keith and it's evident in his having held positions in many not-for-profit agencies over the last 35 years. Telephone Pioneers of America, Foresters not-for-profit Insurance Company, and The United Negro College Fund, to name a few, raising funds and managing and working with organizations like The Muscular Dystrophy Association, Easter Seals Foundation, The American Red Cross, MS Foundation, and many more.
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Carl Childs will be sharing relationship messages this week. "These are powerful life changing messages for the entire world to hear. When a Word from God is spoken, everyone should pause and listen to get the Milk of the Word. All of God's actions are for us and our benefit. Whatever you are going through right now is your basic or advanced training to get you to the next stage of your life and to be positioned for a successful ministry. We all have purpose, gifts, and a responsibility to each other, speading the Word of God and building the Kingdom. Order, Alignment and Position.
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21 Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?
22 Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven. World English Dictionaryinfinity (?n'f?n?t?)
— n , pl -ties 1. the state or quality of being infinite 2. endless time, space, or quantity 3. an infinitely or indefinitely great number or amount 4. optics, photog a point that is far enough away from a lens, mirror, etc, for the light emitted by it to fall in parallel rays on the surface of the lens, etc 5. physics a dimension or quantity of sufficient size to be unaffected by finite variations 6. maths the concept of a value greater than any finite numerical value 7. a distant ideal point at which two parallel lines are assumed to meet.