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      JUNE 27, 2013

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      Hi Kevin. I just recently became a listener to your show. I'm absolutely
      amazed at the vast amount of information and the quality of the information
      that you put out and that no other shows even get close to. You got
      guts, man. I love it. Thank you for being there.
      Karen B. (USA)
      Mr. Smith, wow! That show you did showing the stream on Mars was terrific.
      I always kind of thought there was water there but when you took that red
      filter out of NASA's picture, I saw it with my own eyes even before you
      started talking about it and pointing out the features. Kudos!
      Catherine G. (U.K.)
      Whom are you kidding? Water on Mars? That is beyond reason.
      REPLY: Catherine, whom are you kidding? Pretending to be reasonable by
      using your own limited knowledge and experience as the measure for what is
      true is anything but reasonable. But thanks for the e-mail.
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      Thanks for a great show. You are a courageous man. Thank you for helping
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      Ben P. (USA)
      I am trying to wrap my brain around James Horak. Love to hear him talk,
      but he says some things that are so far out I have a problem wrapping my
      brain around it.
      REPLY: Good luck (smile)

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      The Inside Scoop
      by Kevin W. Smith
      Hi friends. It's been a very long haul to get our systems all updated and
      talking to each other again, but I think I can say that it has been done.
      The entire job was, for me, massive. For a real expert, it was probably
      no more than a medium task. But, I'm not an expert at any of these tasks.
      Experience with them? Yes. Expert at them? No.
      In order for KSS to run at peak performance, most of the daily tasks must
      be automated and the automation must work like a well oiled machine. If
      the automation fails, then there are far too many tasks for one person to
      do. It would take three people working full time to be able to do all those
      tasks without the automation. And it did finally break down.
      The problem was that some of our software had forced updates. The updated
      software would not talk with the scripts doing the automated tasks. When
      I fixed that, the other software (that had not been updated) would not
      respond. Finally, I had to just upgrade all the software we use to do the
      show each night and then write new scripts for automation. It was expensive
      and it was, for me, a monumental task. Anyway, it is done and we are back
      on track. I thank every one of you who so patiently supported me as I
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      The monster described above kept me from being able to send out the last
      edition of the K-FILES and has delayed this edition. But again, I do think
      the tech problems have been fixed.
      In the midst of the software/automation battle, we were still able to do
      some stellar shows. In the middle of the battle, the KSS revealed the
      evidence from Opportunity Rover that there is, in fact, flowing liquid water on
      Mars That show continues to generate a lot of e-mail to KSS. I have had
      scientists even respond positively to the evidence I revealed on air. Of
      course, there are always a few detractors, but the response to that show
      has been overwhelmingly positive.
      And I bring that up as just one example of what you make possible. Your
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      KSS did take a slight detour years ago into the world of the big names.
      We still do have the big names on from time to time, but the problem with
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