Broadcast 4088 Tim Ventura

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Guest:  Tim Ventura: Topics: Space and other technologies, quantum computing, EV cars, UAP technology, worm holes and more. Tim, as a futurist and also a person that knows space, covers many topics including propulsion, fusion, nuclear and chemical rockets for Moon, Mars and more.

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We welcomed Tim Ventura back to the program after an absence of many years and it was great having him back on the show.  We talked about lots of topics, not just space related topics.  Use the Tags (repeated below) to light the way to most of the topics and subjects talked about but for sure listen to our discussion.  Tim, as a futurist, had much to say on multiple technologies including battery development EV cars, power, nuclear, fusion, space solar power and more.  Note that the Tags are repeated below for your convenience.

Tags:  Tim Ventura, propulsion history, EV technology, battery development, Ukraine war, AI, robots, rocket technology, space tourism spaceships, fusion, nuclear space power, the Moon as a staging area for the solar system, Mars not now, mitigating gravity, UAP concerns, FTL travel, gravitational lensing, space tourism challenges, NASA, Private Sector , Blue Origin, SpaceX, space leads to unrealistic expectations, race car technology, comparing Ford Explorer to Tesla Model 3, Tesla technology, desktop computer comparisons, computer code, ARM chips, Intel chips, Windows on ARM, farm equipment with AI and advanced chip code tech, alternative propulsion, Woodward Mach thrusters, autonomous killing machines, AI driving human spaceflight, defining gravity, new physics, quantum communications, antennas, string theory, life after death, UAP and consciousness, Global Consciousness Project, general relativity theory, Dr. Jack Sarfatti, worm holes, gravitational metal materials. 

As mentioned above, we talked about many topics besides space. That said, I was interested in Tim's take on why we should be going to the Moon and using it as a springboard for the rest of the solar system but saying no to Mars now or in the near future.  Listen to what he had to say, especially about Mars.  Let us know what you think by posting on our blog.

Another short discussion I found valuable had to do with propulsion, the use of existing chemical rockets but then developing nuclear electric propulsion and fusion which would come much further down the road.  I bet his comments surprise some of you so do pay attention as I want you to hear his commentary, not read my short summary of it.  I was also a bit surprised by Tim's focus on electric vehicles, his apparent love for the Tesla Model 3 and the entire discussion around EVs.  I know this will be controversial so please let us hear from you as to your thoughts on this part of our interview. 

The chip discussion was fairly new to me re Intel and ARM led by iPhones.  I was not aware of a hybrid Windows machine running on both chips.  Tim's discussion about the coding that went along with the chip discussion was of interest and of course set the scene from our software engineer, Marshall from "little ole Renfrow, Oklahoma."  Marshall did not let us down with his call.  I know there are other software and computer folks in the audience so if you listen to this show, post and give us your view about ARM chips vs. Intel going into the future.  Post questions on this you might have on our blog and I will make sure Tim sees the question. 

Space tourism was a subject of its own on this program.  He was supportive of private spaceflight but suggested that those wanting to see space tourism explode with popularity, lower prices, and better access most likely suffered from unrealistic expectations. Make sure you hear all of Tim's commentary on the space tourism subject which came up a few times during our interview.

As we were ending the program, I asked Tim for a specific conclusion, summary or a set of takeaways from the program.  We did not exactly get that in terms of a typical conclusion but some our discussion about upcoming Space Show guest Dr. Jack Sarfatti bled into the conclusion as did Tim taking the opportunity to tell us about his video interviews and other features of his work.  Also, he briefly returned to the worm hole topic, along with long standing work on alternative propulsion.  I've watched many of his video interviews and they are interesting, but I was interested in the guest and/or the topic.  I suggest you check them out as some might appeal to you.

Please post your comments/questions for Tim on our blog for this show. You can reach Tim at his website, www.timventura.com.  You can also subscribe to his videos and materials through links and additional pages on his website.

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10 Sep 2023 Tim Ventura
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