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Sam Brock brings us the latest from Lake Charles, Louisiana where Hurricane Laura made landfall this week. Aired on 08/28/2020.
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54 Comments on "Lake Charles Resident After Hurricane Laura Tore Through Louisiana | MTP Daily | MSNBC"

  1. PersonWomenManCamera Tv | August 28, 2020 at 3:14 PM | Reply

    Did she say demons were outside her house?!?!

    • RICKY RICHARDS | August 28, 2020 at 9:18 PM | Reply

      @liberal slayer Yep I heard um all. I could tell you face to face what Tanya said one night, but not here in the comment section for all to read. ROFL!

    • liberal slayer | August 28, 2020 at 9:21 PM | Reply

      @RICKY RICHARDS yeah the old possum no show George Jones that’s definitely his trademark. What his fan still love him to death no matter what.

    • Renée De Ville | August 28, 2020 at 10:31 PM | Reply

      RICKY RICHARDS Amen

    • @RICKY RICHARDS Don’t throw bible verses at me, it means nothing. Now, it is so very telling that you don’t think your emotions affected your perception. You say you were chill? Well you were until something scared you, and then you were afraid and we have tons of well documented studies on how stress and fear alters our perception. When something spooked your child, it only confirmed your immediate feelings of fear and your mind raced for something to fill in the gaps. And you are engaging in an argument from ignorance fallacy, because you still don’t know what you saw yet you are jumping to conclusions and using a book that you are very emotionally attached to to explain what you have no evidence for. Does your demon match any description of a demon in the bible even? How did you rule out an alien visitor, big foot, leprechauns, etc. The sane and rational version of your story should read like “something creepy looked like it popped through my window at night when it was dark, then scared me and my son. I still don’t know what it was and was unable to provide evidence.” But instead you jump to the lazy explanation with no intellectual honesty.

    • RICKY RICHARDS | August 30, 2020 at 10:46 AM | Reply

      ​@Alex Kintner Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance. —ALBERT EINSTEIN.
      Have you read the Doctrine of Demons?
      You try to explain something you have NEVER experienced
      .
      We were not in the dark, the lamps were on. These creatures are ETs, and are interdimensional. We can only see in 3 dimensions. The Bible does speak of The Hairy Ones! But, I won’t throw the verse at you.
      Alex, You are just afraid! Afraid that there are things out there that you don’t understand, and can’t explain, so you hope that they are NOT real. The Hebrews say there are 10 Heavens.
      Let’s look at what science says about it then…Physicists Outline 10 Different Dimensions and How You’d Experience Them.
      Where gravity comes from has been an utter mystery. String theory offers an explanation. Does string theory excite you? Mathematically, it holds up. Aspects about it suggest not one but several different dimensions, ones we’re not generally privy to, though we may be interacting with some of them all the time, completely unaware. Were it true, what would these dimensions look like and how might they affect us? And what is a dimension anyway?
      Two dimensions is just a point. We may remember the coordinate plane from math class with the x and y-axes. Then there’s the third dimension, depth (the z-axis). Another way to look at it is latitude, longitude, and altitude, which can locate any object on Earth. These are followed by the fourth dimension, space-time. Everything has to occur somewhere and at a certain time. After that, things get weird.
      Superstring theory, one of the leading theories today to explain the nature of our universe, contends that there are 10 dimensions. That’s nine of space and one of time. Throughout the 20th century, physicists erected a standard model of physics. It explains pretty well how subatomic particles behave, along with the forces of the universe, such as electromagnetism, the stronger and weaker nuclear forces, and gravity. But that last one standard physics can’t account for.

      Even so, this model has allowed us the startling ability to peer back to the moments just after the Big Bang took place. Before that, scientists believe that everything was condensed into a single point of infinite density and temperature, known as the singularity, which exploded, forming everything in the observable universe today. But the problem is, we can’t peer back beyond that point. That’s where string theory comes in. The innovations it provides can account for gravity and help explain what existed before the Big Aftermath of the Big Bang. NASA.

      So what are these other dimensions and how might we experience them? That’s a tricky question, but physicists have some idea of what it might be like. Really, other dimensions are related to other possibilities. How we interact with these is difficult to explain. At the fifth dimension other possibilities for our world open up.

      You’d be able to move forward or backward in time, just as you can in space, say while walking down a corridor. You’d also be able to see the similarities and differences between the world we inhabit and other possible ones. In the sixth dimension, you’d move along not a line but a plane of possibilities and be able to compare and contrast them. In the fifth and sixth dimensions, no matter where in space you inhabit, you’d witness every possible permutation of what can occur past, present, and future. In the seventh, eighth, and ninth dimensions, the possibility of other universes open up, ones where the very physical forces of nature change, places where gravity operates differently and the speed of light is different. Just as in the fifth and sixth dimensions, where all possible permutations in the universe are evident before you, in the seventh dimension every possibility for these other universes, operating under these new laws, becomes clear. In the eighth dimension, we reach the plane of all possible histories and futures for each universe, branching out into infinity. In the ninth dimension, all universal laws of physics and the conditions in each universe become apparent. Finally, in the tenth dimension, we reach the point where everything becomes possible and imaginable.

      For string theory to work, six dimensions are required for it to operate in a manner that’s consistent with nature. Since these other dimensions are on such a small scale, we’ll need another way to find evidence of their existence. One way would be to peer into the past using powerful telescopes which can hunt for light from billions of years ago, when the universe was first born.

      String theory has an answer for what came before the Big Bang. The universe was made up of nine perfectly symmetrical dimensions, the tenth being time. Meanwhile, the four fundamental forces were united at extremely high temperatures. The structure was under high pressure. It soon became unstable and broke in two. This became two different forms of time and led to the three dimensional universe we recognize today. Meanwhile, those other six dimensions shrunk way down to the subatomic level.
      As for gravity, string theory contends that the basic units of the universe are strings— infinitesimally small, vibrating filaments of energy. They’re so tiny, they’d be measured on the Planck scale—the smallest scale known to physics. Each string vibrates at a specific frequency and represents a certain force. Gravity and all the other forces are therefore a result of the vibrations of specific strings.

      One problem is that this theory is hard to test, outside of advanced mathematical equations. Some experiments have been done using supercomputers, which can run simulations and make predictions. That isn’t exactly enough to prove that it’s true, but it’s helpful and lends support. Besides astronomical observations, physicists are hopeful that experiments with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, on the Franco-Swiss border, may offer evidence of extra dimensions, lending string theory greater credence.

  2. Mimohamed Hussien | August 28, 2020 at 3:52 PM | Reply

    I hope and pray the people to be safe. This is the ciiy that I’ve lived 1998 untill 2001.

  3. I hope the folks there the best.

  4. God Bless the National guard and 😊

  5. 💔😭

  6. I feel for these people…I’ve been there (thirsty and hungry) after Katrina. And you are correct MSNBC, drinking water is somewhat more important than power….

  7. Uhhh Demons she must of lost her meds when the hurricane 🌀 hit

    • @RICKY RICHARDS No I watch enough news to see how crazy people act and what people do….. But that has nothing to do with a hurricane created by the climate and weather headed in your direction and in 2020 being surprised with the outcome when we know what could happen. People put themselves In harms way and then act like it’s something new and unheard of. So STUPID.

    • RICKY RICHARDS | August 30, 2020 at 11:10 AM | Reply

      @WHY NOT? Well I’ve been it 2 hurricanes, but I was referring to: seeing Demons…Be GLAD you have never seen one! I have!

    • @RICKY RICHARDS No…. I guess thats one thing I’ve never literally seen. I have met a few people I thought were….😈

    • RICKY RICHARDS | August 30, 2020 at 12:42 PM | Reply

      @WHY NOT? Or at least had one in them!
      I hear Ya! One night, me and 2 carloads of kinfolk and friends, saw what you might call, The Grimm Reaper. No sickle though. That was spooky!

    • @RICKY RICHARDS WOW 😨

  8. How about a follow up question on those demons she sighted ?

  9. I’m from Lafayette Prayers for Lake Charles good ppl I mean it 🙏🏿❤️

    • Renée De Ville | August 28, 2020 at 8:20 PM | Reply

      We are so glad you are safe, citizens of Lafayette. Thank God! Thank you for your prayers.

    • Renée De Ville | August 28, 2020 at 8:21 PM | Reply

      Darloonie – You’ll find good people there who will become like family and you will be happy again. God bless you!

    • @Renée De Ville I love Lafayette and used to visit frequently back when didn’t live in bizarro world.

    • Darloonie is compassionately so sorry for your losses but your still here and together and that’s what matter hope you get the aid and support you truly deserve prayers Mother Nature is no joke

    • @BayouBeezy Thank you. We survived to learn and grow from this. That is what we intend to do.

  10. Robert Bierwirth | August 28, 2020 at 5:21 PM | Reply

    Comes with the turf – let me guess (Trump did it)🤔

    • Renée De Ville | August 28, 2020 at 8:27 PM | Reply

      Well, genius, he (Trump) hasn’t stopped it. The Weather manipulation (warfare) is still full force, globally.

    • RICKY RICHARDS | August 30, 2020 at 10:51 AM | Reply

      @Renée De Ville Trump is NOT God. Trump is a mortal man. But now God: “He is slow in getting angry, but when aroused, his power is incredible, and he does not easily forgive. He shows his power in the terrors of the cyclone and the raging storms; clouds are bellowing dust beneath his feet. At his command the oceans and the rivers become dry; the lush pastures of Bashan and Carmel fade away; the green forests of Lebanon wilt. In his presence mountains quake and hills melt; the earth crumbles and its people are destroyed.” Nahum 1:3-5.

  11. Cassandra Roper | August 28, 2020 at 5:33 PM | Reply

    Should have left when they told you to. My mom always said, a hard head makes a soft behind.

  12. Felicia Miller | August 28, 2020 at 5:35 PM | Reply

    🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿

  13. Living4Christ istheonlyway | August 28, 2020 at 5:59 PM | Reply

    I wonder if anyone heard her say there were Demons. Lord Have Mercy!🙌🙏❤

    • I heard her too I thought I was bugging

    • yep…I hope someone explained to her how wind works…Bigly wind!

    • I think she is simply using hyperbole to describe the indescribable. Other people who were interviewed also said they heard sounds that they’ve never heard in their life. The wind was so strong and fierce I can only imagine how horrifying it must’ve sounded.

  14. 13BRAVO REDLEG | August 28, 2020 at 6:12 PM | Reply

    Yo… MRE’s on the turn!🐵🔧

  15. I’m in Lake Charles. Will my Amazon Prime guaranteed delivery arrive today?

  16. Trump will soon be there to toss them paper towels.

  17. To all those saying that the people who stayed should have left, some of these people are not in a situation that they are able to leave please have some concern for your fellow people instead of admonishing them for something that they could do nothing about.

  18. Trµmp is doing a poll first to check if the people harmed are Republicans before sending in federal help 😂.

  19. For the feds to come and repair your homes is a socialist view. So stop asking for help if you are a republican who’s business has been burnt or destroyed.

  20. Tiffany Halbert | August 30, 2020 at 1:04 AM | Reply

    Chuck please at least try to contain your excitement from watching this devastation. You look like your trying to stop from smiling. Geez

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