35 Burst results for "2030"

Are There Signs of Hope for Christians? Dr. Stephen Turley Tells Us

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Are There Signs of Hope for Christians? Dr. Stephen Turley Tells Us

"Give me some hope. I'm a guy in the media in the political world. I try to be a good Christian, go to church with my family. Are you seeing some signs out there in the Catholic faith in the orthodox faith? I see some amazing people, some amazing bishops coming out of Africa. Are you seeing signs of hope of some revivification of western civilization, Steve? I am. I am. It's humble and that's probably that's exactly the way it should be. Tend to be its bottom up in many respects. But we are seeing that we talked about last time we were together, Seb, demographic revolution that's happening even faster than demographers had thought where conservative Christians, particularly religious in general, are having lots and lots of kids. They're homeschooling them. They're sending them to Bible colleges, all the parallel institutions and the like. And now we have the data in and we're finding that about 80% of them are retaining that faith into adulthood. So we are seeing a very slow but very real transformation. It's not just having the United States that's happening in Europe as well. It's going to take a little longer in Europe, obviously because of the ravages of secularization there. That we didn't have in our Midlands as it were. But as that works itself out, starting around 2030, we're supposed to start seeing the culture war shift dramatically

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Trish Regan Knows How Bidenflation Will Affect the Average US Consumer

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

Trish Regan Knows How Bidenflation Will Affect the Average US Consumer

"We've got the report from Bloomberg, a group of economists have said that you can expect Americans should expect to have to increase or find for their budget and extra $5200 this year for inflation purposes alone. That's the reality that you can comment on and then this from Washington state governed governor Jay inslee has just signed a bill that will ban all fossil fuel field vehicles by 2030 in the state. So it's going to be just teslas and priuses in the state of Washington. Your reaction. A bad time and on that one. Look, I mean, we need all the help we can get because we are facing satire oil prices, which means higher prices at the gas pumps, which by the way, means higher prices for everything, right? From food because it's going to get from point a to point B not to mention we've now lost the bread basket that is Ukraine, right? So a lot of things are going to be going up in price. I think that Bloomberg is right when they point to economists saying a $5000 increase, I think that's exactly what you're going to be looking at possibly even more. We'll see, you know, once inflation starts, sometimes these things kind of get rolling, Seb, and you have a supply chain crisis that won't end, combined with money printing, like you've never seen, combined with really, really bad policy choices. I mean, I'm frustrated and I may have said this to you last week because it seems as though our intelligence folks that they knew this was coming, right? They knew that Putin for years. They've known he was at risk of doing something quite like this. So why weren't we doing a better job at making sure that we had locked up our own energy sources right here in the United States of America, knowing that we would be exposed to this vulnerability? And then you got people that clearly clearly don't have all the wires connecting in the head. They're out there in Washington saying, okay, we're going to ban vehicles other than EVs. It's actually mind boggling and it's frustrating because I know how hard this is going to hurt the American consumer. And

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"2030" Discussed on UN News

UN News

05:31 min | Last month

"2030" Discussed on UN News

"W EIF 2022 in Dubai. Under the theme connecting minds towards achieving the sustainable development goals or SDGs, they will be brainstorming ways to strengthen global partnerships and finding new investment opportunities to make the 2030 SDGs of reality. UN news and Shu Sharma is in Dubai, and talked to W EIF's executive director, doctor hashim Hussein. The idea came from 2013 where Bahrain has hosted the public government award of the UN. And we have been asked by the UN in New York our office to develop a concept for innovation and entrepreneurship. Even the world entrepreneurship, we didn't have it in the encyclopedia or the references in Arabic. We didn't have that. So we had to work to bring the world, it took a long time with a number of the researchers and from the UN to ensure that the world interpreter means right. The web is a dialog. The web is connecting brains. Between entrepreneurs and support institutions, financial and non financial government chambers, universities, scholars, think tanks, NGOs, to look into how to enhance the best practice for the domestic investment ecosystem within the stakeholders in each country or community. And this will allow in more strengthening micron small and medium businesses and also mobilization of foreign direct investment. For a number of developing countries. And to focus on women and use from 2017, we have seen the web, achieving the SDG through innovation and entrepreneurship. And this is now how we're cutting it within the UN. It became a sustainable solid forum within the UN. It brings experts from all over the world when it is related to innovation and entrepreneurship. On Wednesday, we are going to launch the global SMEs for Africa coalition, which if this is a new initiative to how to enhance the ecosystem of entrepreneurship and women and use empowerment in Africa. And there will be a discussion in the dialog between Arab and African interpreters. So over the years, how has the conference changed? And how it has grown and what are the positive outcomes every west now are the force we have been improving, what do we need to achieve the FDA innovation entrepreneurship? And we hope in the web 2022 in the debate export. And when we will have the UAE declaration for achieving the SDGs and innovation which will be in the last day, we will add again to what the UN is doing, especially post COVID now. Now, even with post COVID, we need to see how the world will work with entrepreneurs because there was a lot of disruptions. In the value chain, especially for SMEs, and still, it is happening. So in the discussion, we would like to know what are the best practices? What countries, what financial institutions, what chambers of commerce have been doing in order to share it with the different stakeholders of the ecosystem worldwide. What are the main challenges facing us today? And especially in terms of the new digital technology and of course gender parity and financing for development. Well, you know, the COVID had challenges negative and its positives. The for us, we have been relating that the COVID have pushed us for the digitalization era or the fourth industrial revolution because everything was being digitalized. It is moving, splashing away. Now we have to look into and this is why I'm saying that most of the discussion will be what is needed to be done. From financial point of view from government institution point of view, chambers, NGOs, and association working with women empowerment and entrepreneurs. So what does that one outcome that you have in your mind that you are looking forward to? You are looking from the conference is the UAE declaration for achieving the SDGs through innovation entrepreneurship to be shared with the UN. What does unit do to achieve sustainability and aligning it with the entrepreneurship in the Arab region. We have the need to investment in technology and promotion office in the kingdom of Bahrain and the Arab international center for entrepreneurship and investment. We have these two caps working in the developing the domestic investment. And we have the other cap for mobilization of foreign direct investment. The enterprise development and investment promotion, which is a unique program. We are running it from Bahrain from our ITP office and data of international center for interpreters. So and this is how we're working more than 52 countries. From Uruguay to turkey, to China, to Cyprus, to India, to almost all countries of the Arab region and the big number of sub Saharan Africa..

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The Wealth, Power and Domination of China With KT McFarland

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:23 min | 2 months ago

The Wealth, Power and Domination of China With KT McFarland

"I read something yesterday and I know for you looking at China doesn't surprise, but I think it was surprised a lot of people that China has the largest concentration of billionaires in the world. And one of the largest concentration of female billionaires in all of the world. And I think it goes that when you dismiss China and we have some who do, they dismiss China and don't want to think about China. That wealth accumulation in that manufacturing and that the issues that they've had have truly put them in an interesting position going forward. Yeah, you know, the Chinese have, they love these sort of 5 year plan, ten year plan. Yes. And so they've had one plan was called made in China, two O two four. And 2024, two years from 24, China had identified ten sort of critical areas of modern technology that they planned to dominate, that they were going to buy the companies, steal the technology, but they were going to manufacture and be dominant and control the market in 5 to end these ten technologies. And it's things like robotics, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, bioengineering, all those things. Now, I don't think they get there by 2024, but that's where they were talking about doing. They also have something. I think it's called artificial intelligence to O three O. And that's it by 2030. They plan to really control all of the artificial intelligence, which will be a huge game. It would be like the fourth industrial revolution. They also, with their 5G Internet network. They were talking about 5G well that we think of that, oh, great. I'm going to download my Netflix stuff really fast. No. 5G and Huawei communications means that the Chinese will dominate. They will own the infrastructure of the Internet. That means that at any given time, they can listen to your phone calls, listen to watch what you're doing online. So that's another area where they're dominant. And then finally, which I find the most terrifying is that there are the first, you know, total surveillance society. They know everything all their people are doing all the time. But they plan to do it for the whole world. I mean, they're hoovering up this personal information from our healthcare industries and who knows what they're going to do with it. Maybe it's just to create better drugs, but they could do a lot of really bad stuff with all that information too.

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Tim Eaton and Eric Discuss the Tremendous Growth of NutraMedix

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Tim Eaton and Eric Discuss the Tremendous Growth of NutraMedix

"Is that people who are about mission, it doesn't mean you're not about profits because the whole point is to make profits to feed the mission because you care about doing this for your passion. But what I always find ironic is that people who are all in on mission get bigger profits. I mean, this has been now a long time. And the company has grown and grown and grown and you're giving away millions of dollars. I mean, where are you now with nutrimetics dot com and the 50% of the profits? What are these numbers look like? It's a supplement. What do you call the organism? I mean, the companies that it's a supplement and vitamin. Well, we were a neutrophil company. So we produce natural products, vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts, and we sell those to healthcare professionals and directly to consumers. Okay. So that's who we are. Dietary supplements. And so it's going on three decades here. And the company has grown tremendously. Yeah, I mean, I always like to say that God gets credit for all the good things. I'll take credit for all the mistakes. We founded the company and I guess it's 1993, and we finally founded new traumatic and began, and we've been able to God's allowed us to give about 16 million now to ministries and our goal is to surpass a 100 million by 2030. And the funny thing is 2030 sounds like 50 years in the future, and then I realized, no, no, no. It's 8 and a half years in the future. Well, we have some exciting projects lined up and some new initiatives and we believe that we can hit that goal. So first

Pastors Need to Be Talking About the Great Reset

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Pastors Need to Be Talking About the Great Reset

"All of us here is you go back to your church. If you're a pastor, it's not openly talking about the great reset and the implications behind it, then they are not properly shepherding their flock. We did a whole conversation with Jack hibbs last week that has now been seen millions of times in just one week. Podcast and YouTube explaining what is the great reset. Just by background, there is an organization, an international organization called the World Economic Forum. They are outwardly secular, and they have 8 specific goals of what the how they want the world to look like by 2030. Let's just run by Klaus Schwab. You've heard the term globalist. I used it internationalist. The World Economic Forum is run by these group of people of celebrities world leaders, financiers, that do not want a strong America. They do not believe in Christian values, don't believe in Christianity at all. They want to deteriorated border and they want all these sorts of different things. If you look at the World Economic Forum run by Klaus Schwab, it is the tension point and the collision point with everything that we as Christians believe. Let me read some of their stated goals. By the way, Justin Trudeau, a manual Macron, Gavin Newsom, are all graduates of the World Economic Forum young leaders graduate program. Most Christians have no idea this is going on. Most Christians don't even consider this to be the threat that they are international forces that are trying to crush our civilization on our way of life. Number one of the great reset, they say, you will own nothing by 2030 and you will be happy. So let's just focus on that for a second. Not only will you own nothing, but you'll be happy. How totalitarian. They're going to tell us that we're going to enjoy owning nothing. Private property ownership

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Democrats and the Climate Change Bogeyman

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Democrats and the Climate Change Bogeyman

"And people still vote Democrat. Because they believe that they're for the little guy. There for the little guy, a little guy, pay $5 a gallon and gas. Because we will have a model, we have models that show that you will die by 2030. Your grandchildren will die. From climate change, if you don't pay that gas price now,

"2030" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"2030" Discussed on Marketing School

"To optimize your site for load time. And one easy way to do it is use the host that Eric and I use. Dream host. So just go to dreamhouse or Google it, find it, check it out, and it's a great way to improve your load time. Today we are going to talk about the terrifying trend that we are seeing in digital marketing. And I'm curious, Neil, what is the terrifying trend? I knew you were going to ask me. All right, so the terrifying trend that we're seeing right now is people are becoming less reliant on the platforms. So like if you look at Google, Facebook, Instagram, the algorithms are always up and down. You can get more traffic, less shares, more higher rankings, less rankings. But the trend that we're seeing in digital marketing is, people are becoming more reliant on brands. Brands are dominating. They're winning. It's a consistent, it's the best way to consistently do well and continually get more traffic. Like if you look at Airbnb, they're more popular search term as Airbnb. If you look at Nike, they're most highest traffic term is Nike. Brands are the key to winning in digital marketing. It's how you become less reliant on the platforms. And if you have a brand funny enough, you actually do better on the platforms. And that's a terrifying because it's really hard to build a brand. And I remember watching a lot of videos by Peter Thiel, Peter Thiel, one of the PayPal guys, early Facebook investors. He always talks about how to build the next Google or Facebook business. Yeah, monopoly. And that's the key. You have to build a monopoly. That's the winning strategy to building amazing business. And in his discussion, when he talks about building a monopoly, he talks about the googles and the facebooks. They never say that they're the category leader. Google makes most of their money from ad revenue. Instead, Google will say, you know, we're competing with Apple on our phones and we're getting crushed on hardware from Apple and Facebook has crushed us into social network. We lost on Google+. But no one ever talks about where they went. Another key factor is he says they all have built amazing brands. And what's funny is in some of his speeches he talks about. He's always been a black box for me. I don't really understand how to build a brand, but you need a brand. And he doesn't touch too much on building a brand. Now, Eric and I were not saying we're smarter than Peter Thiel because at least I will say I'm not smarter than Peter the election. Me neither for Eric. We do know how to build a brand and a lot of that comes down to good product, good service, good support, doing something new, unique novel, maybe connecting yourself with influencers who can push it to make your brand stand out a little bit more, following the rule of 7, which we've talked about in a lot of previous podcasts when someone sees or interacts with your brand 7 times they're much more likely to remember it and evangelize it, but there's a lot of ways you can end up building up that brand. But the point that we're making in the trend in digital marketing that we see is terrifying and scary is, if you don't build a brand, you won't win. We think you're going to end up losing in the long run. It's going to be harder to get traffic from the platforms. It's going to be harder to get those clicks from paid advertising because people do love clicking on plans. We genuinely believe you're going to end up losing in the long run. If you don't build a good brand and that starts with things that we mentioned, products, service, customer support, following the rule of 7, doing something that's unique, but you got to build a brand to win these days. Yeah, and the four forms of leverage, right? You have code capital, labor, and media. So media is kind of the brand. It is the moat, right? So media is building an audience at the end of the day. And hopefully, you're taking an audience and then you're building a community around that because the community is what people end up staying for long term. That's your retention mechanism, right? And so the book that Peter Thiel wrote, if you're interested in reading that one's called zero to one, but it's basically forget building a company. You got to build the monopoly, right? And so in recent years, a lot of people have built great high revenue ecommerce brands, $100 million plus in revenue, and they've used solely Facebook ads and Instagram ads, right? And these people have kind of said themselves like this is easy mode, right? We're able to do it that way. But now it's gotten much harder. And I believe Wall Street Journal article recently, I think they're saying meta or New York Times, maybe meta is going to lose $10 billion in revenue because of the Apple changes, privacy changes, right? So the good news is marketing is getting hard again. Digital marketing is getting hard again. And so the long-term stuff that most people don't want to do, that's really the blue ocean. The red ocean is where everyone's kind of running and I hate to say it easy mode right now. Hard mode is when your long-term focus, you're being a good person, you're building a strong reputation. You're taking the long route and your long-term focused and you're going to be able to build something that way. Neil and I, we've done over 2000 episodes of this podcast. It's been like 6 years now. I've been podcasting for 9 years. This stuff just keeps on going, right? And typically what ends up happening is you start to see the most successful people, they stick with the business for a very long time. And they stick for a very long time, 'cause they're mostly good people. Yeah, so look, that's it for this episode. Make sure you rate review this podcast. Thank you for listening in. We truly are honored for have you guys being part of marketing. We appreciate you joining us for this session of marketing school..

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Organizers Say 'Freedom Convoy' Will Stay in Outskirts of D.C.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Organizers Say 'Freedom Convoy' Will Stay in Outskirts of D.C.

"This is sort of a ramp up to a rally at the speedway where this entire convoy continues to grow. They've merged together and they're headed eastbound and down, baby. They're going to the nation's capital. The organizers have told us they don't have any intention of going into D.C. proper. They're going to stay in the outskirts of Washington, D.C., perhaps not to have a repeat of the crisis and the chaos that happened up in Ottawa, but make no mistake about it. These truckers, these Americans, these citizens are not going to be deterred. They want their voice heard. And they want to make sure that the Democrats get a message loud and clear that his just as loud as the horn you just heard, that you can not lock us down and you can not force people to do things they don't want to do. You're not going to be able to force people to get a vaccine or wear a mask or lose your 2030 long yearlong career. It's been an overreach of epic proportions and it feels like the American people are finally

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Dr. Vladimir Zelenko on the Future of Digital Human Identifiers

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko on the Future of Digital Human Identifiers

"Back, I'm talking to doctor Vladimir zelenko who's making some unbelievable claims the only problem is, I think they're true. Doctor zelenko, you can understand that if there are people who want the kinds of things that Klaus Schwab is talking about, these are very, very dark individuals. These are not lovers of mankind. So why do you think people like this want everyone on the planet to have some kind of a digital ID? What do you think is behind this? Because it's of course creepy, at least creepy, if not horrifying. It's not what I think. It's what they say. The interesting thing about. Tyrannical people, they like to brag about what they're doing. So if you look at the agenda, state of the agenda of the World Economic Forum, by 2030, and the United Nations, their number one agenda is that America will no longer be a superpower and that a few global powers will rule the world. That is their stated agenda. I did not make that up. Now, there are certain things that are going to happen that most Americans don't realize, but has been known for 30 years. Medicare will become insolvent by 2026. Oh, that's interesting here 2026. Isn't that one cloud squad said by denser? 7 billion people will be tagged with a digital identifier. And by 2034, social security will become insolvent. So what do you think will be the global economic ramifications of the collapse of the American Medicare and social security systems? You don't have to be a genius to realize that it's going to cause a tsunami of unstable and least stabilization in the world economy.

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New Vaccines (MM #3890)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

New Vaccines (MM #3890)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. We can all be honest and say the last almost two years living in the COVID-19 era have not been fun for anybody. But it's actually been a good thing and that's hard to think about. It's been a good thing because COVID-19 and the delta variant, and all the other variants have given people in medical technology, a chance to put together vaccines for the future. They are testing why people are immune to some things and not immune to other things. And what they're finding out is they're putting together new vaccines that could tackle all coronaviruses, like COVID-19, like the variance, and even like the common cold, as much as we find it hard to believe that this has been good in the vaccine world it has been, because putting this member RNA technology together, the kind that people are so skeptical about have given them real world experience, where it's something they've been working on for 2030 years, we finally had it on a major scale. I would say we should be thankful, but we know it's kind of hard to say that right now.

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New Vaccines (MM #3890)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

New Vaccines (MM #3890)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. We can all be honest and say the last almost two years living in the COVID-19 era have not been fun for anybody. But it's actually been a good thing and that's hard to think about. It's been a good thing because COVID-19 and the delta variant, and all the other variants have given people in medical technology, a chance to put together vaccines for the future. They are testing why people are immune to some things and not immune to other things. And what they're finding out is they're putting together new vaccines that could tackle all coronaviruses, like COVID-19, like the variance, and even like the common cold, as much as we find it hard to believe that this has been good in the vaccine world it has been, because putting this member RNA technology together, the kind that people are so skeptical about have given them real world experience, where it's something they've been working on for 2030 years, we finally had it on a major scale. I would say we should be thankful, but we know it's kind of hard to say that right now.

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The Great Reset: COVID Restrictions Were a Dress Rehearsal for What's Coming With Climate Change

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 7 months ago

The Great Reset: COVID Restrictions Were a Dress Rehearsal for What's Coming With Climate Change

"Point of what is the aim and the ambition of the internationalist project. Will the globalist goal necessitates a stronger mandate to control you? And this is why so many member countries for years refused to moderate their COVID response. You see the response to the Fauci Chinese coronavirus? Their reaction to it? And what they were willing to do was a dress rehearsal for what they planned to do for climate related hysteria. You see getting people used to doing things that might be against your normal pattern of behavior, wearing masks, getting vaccine mandates, locking down the economy. They wanted to try to get you used to. Move the overton window, if you will. To extreme unprecedented and radical measures that would involve you changing your life for something that is not really specific that may or may not hurt you, but in order to stop the spread of the virus yet the lockdown the entire country. Now they're going to do the exact same thing for climate change. You see the intensity of the language of the leaders in Glasgow, you see from the activists especially one of the ways that they're going to try to bring in the great reset that Klaus Schwab from the global economic forum World Economic Forum has Senate, you will own nothing and you'll be happy. There will be no more meat and the world will have this whole new future starting in 2030, just give more power to the central planners. When that actually happens and we're 9 years out from when they say the great reset is actually going to occur climate change is one of the main reasons they're actually leaning on as the way to give them the power to do

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John Oliver Spreads Propaganda About Police Officers

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 7 months ago

John Oliver Spreads Propaganda About Police Officers

"John Oliver is of course a moron Is he on the comedy channel still I think so I was at HBO okay even worse And you have to understand these people are worth tens of millions of dollars They have 2030 and given day comedy writers They have people who go into the bathroom with them and wipe their you know what But they're always down for the revolution And I love it when this guy comes in with the British accent which means he's purposely immigrated to the United States I don't know if he crawled over the southern border or did a legitimately or what his excuses But I want you to hear how he talks about the cops And a quote Maggie haberman This is really a mistake It violates our traditions our norms are yeah that's in our traditions And I say norms yeah yeah right like so All right cut tango A customer frame we hear from cops every time they kill anybody always sound like he's burping Let's start from the top please A customer frame we hear from cops every time they kill an unarmed black person is they should have complied with commands Now that's not the constant refrain that you hear from cops who kill unarmed black people You're sick bastard You're really sick I mean it's unbelievable The kind of propaganda that these phony columnists push

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Automakers React to President Biden's Electric Vehicle Announcement

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Automakers React to President Biden's Electric Vehicle Announcement

"News is the president coming out with his statement in our automotive industry is already responding and reacting. Yeah, I think that there was there were conversations earlier in the week. Amongst all the stakeholders that have gotten us to today, and what we're seeing is as GM and Ford insta Lantos have issued a statement that they're also targeting Between 40 and 50% electric vehicle sales by 2030 in the United States and for them. This is going to include fuel cell vehicles, battery electric vehicles and plug in hybrid electric vehicles as well. Um and and the president is going to move forward and trying to adapt the California framework. That was an agreement that between California and several automakers a couple of years ago, try and move forward. And and get better relations and the road quickly.

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Understand the Harm of Your Apps Geotagging Your Location and Behaviors

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 10 months ago

Understand the Harm of Your Apps Geotagging Your Location and Behaviors

"Conservatism to steal the line from the left. We get to reimagine. We really do have to reimagine conservatism, not the basic principles, the basic principles of the same. That's the essence of conservatism, conserving things, including conserving conservatism. Principles. Big our God given rights, respecting those limiting government. We get that But with the explosion in technological advancements in the ability of tech companies to now use this homing beacon. We call a phone to surveil you in ways not technologically possible. Even a few years ago. We have to start looking at these things differently. There's another story. I opened the show talking about Pegasus. The malware program, which is just an incredible story. I can't believe more outlets aren't picking it up. But there was another story. I saw this morning advice, which you you need to hear. You have apps on your phone, right? Of course, many of you are nodding your head. Of course we have apps stand. Most of you probably have a lot of them. I don't even know how many have on my phone 2030. Well, you know, most of them can Geo locate you. It asks you to turn on location services. Most of us do some of us Don't You know that app data can be weaponized say, Oh, yeah, of course. I knew that most of us do. Yeah, but Do you know they're weaponizing it right now. And that these companies are finding ways to buy the data and then tie it back to you. Here's the critical part about the APP data, Geo location services. It used to be anonymous. In other words, it gathers your location data.

EU Unveils Sweeping Climate Change Plan

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

EU Unveils Sweeping Climate Change Plan

"In parts of Germany through tomorrow. The European Union is unveiling a sweeping new climate strategy focused on slashing greenhouse gas emissions. As Teri Schultz reports the EU plan includes a number of policies aimed at making the continent carbon neutral. EU Commission President Ursula Vanderlei in says the next 10 years will be key in the effort to save the planet. She says the block has made it legally binding on governments to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 55% from 1990 levels by the year 2030. Our targets are now written into Europe's first ever climate law. So we are no longer discussing if but rather how to wean ourselves off fossil fuels. The new package of measures is expected to include attacks on items made outside the EU that generate high emissions during their manufacturing process. It may also include a ban on sales of new diesel cars in

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Brazil’s Amazon Deforestation Reaches Record Level for May

BBC Assignment

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Brazil’s Amazon Deforestation Reaches Record Level for May

"Says deforestation in the Amazon region increased by 40% in the year to me, 1180 square kilometres of rainforest were lost. Meanwhile, a separate report is warning that illegal logging is set to get worse. As the Amazon enters the dry season. I got more details from our Americas editor Candice Pet Well, this is the third consecutive months of these record figures of deforestation in the Amazon is really raising serious questions about President Jair Bolsonaro's commitments to fighting deforestation. Environmentalists argue that the deforestation levels have been increasing because his policies and his environment minister have been slowly dismantling the legal protection measures. That police and control deforestation in the Amazon. The minister himself is under investigation by prosecutors for alleged involvement in the export of illegal would, for example, to be sold to the European Union and the United States. The Environment Ministry is also frozen funding to the environmental policing body and frozen their normal ability to patrol and monitor deforestation. President Bolsonaro has promised to eradicate illegal deforestation in the Amazon by 2030. Is that even realistic? Well, it's certainly contradicts a lot of what he's been saying. So far since he got into office in 2019. He's repeatedly advocated to develop Mentalist policy for the Amazon has argued the region needs economic development, not protection as some kind of giant reserve as he puts it. So these latest statements have been seen with great skepticism in Brazil. A by his opponents. There's been

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Ford: Electric Vehicles to Be 40% of Global Sales by 2030

Mark Levin

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Ford: Electric Vehicles to Be 40% of Global Sales by 2030

"Predicting 40% of its global sales will be battery electric cars and trucks by 2030. It's proposing to boost spending by $8 billion from this year to 2025. Bringing its total electric vehicles spending to nearly 20 billion.

Court Orders Shell to Slash CO2 Emissions in Landmark Climate Ruling

PBS NewsHour

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Court Orders Shell to Slash CO2 Emissions in Landmark Climate Ruling

"Court in the Netherlands has issued a landmark climate ruling. It ordered the oil and gas company Royal Dutch Shell to cut carbon emissions by Annette 45% by 2030. Court found that shells current emissions plans are not enough. Climate change Activist shared the outcome outside the court in The Hague. They said it will have a ripple effect worldwide. We're very, very happy that way. No, I have this groundbreaking ruling where the court is crystal clear and the fact that corporations should should indeed contribute to solving the climate crisis based on human

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"2030" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Detroit, Ford says by 2030. It expects 40% of its global vehicle volume to be electric that by some reports could include nine more electric passenger vehicles and three more electric commercial vehicles for it. Also unveiling plans to beef up its commercial vehicle business, according the Netherlands has ordered Now, the White House is teaming up with Snapchat to deliver its message about vaccinations to the 12 to 17 year old crowd. CBS's David Beg No. On the effort in L. A doctor Abraham helped to launch a canvassing effort called Get Out the shot. They go door to door across various communities to educate people and get them registered for the vaccine. There's pushback over a new call to cancel the Summer Olympics and made 1/4 covert outbreak in Japan. CBS is Lucy Craft Organizing Committee CEO Toshiro Muto said canceling the games had not been discussed in the wake of an Asahi Shimbun newspaper editorial urging the event be halted. The Taliban is warning it wants US and NATO troops out of the entire region after an official withdrawal from the country. Pentagon correspondent CAMI McCormick as American troops deport the U. S. Has been looking at options for keeping some military assets in the region. But the Taliban is now warning Afghanistan's neighbors not to allow the U. S to operate bases on their soil, saying it would be a historic mistake. The U. S is especially interested in having intelligence gathering capabilities close by good news and bad from down under favorable weather has led to a bumper veggie crop and an explosion of creepy little critters. CBS is Vicki Barker. They are everywhere. Going up. Your trans is the absolute appeared lucky and the inside of your unlucky farmer have Ian Martin more sight. The house off the back of the dishwasher, dishwasher flooded the kitchen and the roads are paved with squashed mice only say the top. It's just old for Dow Down 32..

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"2030" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"Be fighting with each other. There's a much bigger enemy here. We're going to be at a disadvantage. You know as long as they got us divided. They always divided us. They've divided us into white black and republican and democrat and rich and poor..

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"Side, and then he'll get over this which leads into the question. Who did the dense? We're not really sure there's. Very. It's a dent instead of a dent from the top of the hood in. It's a dent from the inside of the Hood Oh Did that. He does been. Hot, what did he do very was as he was, won't to do on a Saturday morning. Tinker in the driveway tinkering. He's down there and he's got the hood up and he's got a couple of screwdrivers. Open end wrench, and he's trying to recognize something under the hood making believe that he's tightening things. And he finishes up and leaves one of the screwdrivers on top of something on the engine, and Moses those is the hood and Bingo and he says to himself to words, the first of which is all. Right. So we did I. Guarantee you. And then he right away opens the hood and gets the screwdriver and he's never going to admit this of course not. But what he's now doing is trying to figure out how to remove this dense so one night I was looking for my wooden rolling pin. Couldn't find. He had it in the garage trying to. Go after. I thought you would get a kick out. He's also spent countless hours on the Internet. Trying to research dent removal he's gone to. The library has videotape. Yeah. You're a saint. I know the man is is. Yeah she certifiable. Oh yeah, he's gone I mean he's he's. He's flipped out, but the good news I mean after all this. In spite of his love affair with the car, he still loves you. Yeah could be another woman right, and then you'd have to kill him. So. I? Don't think there's anything you're going to do to change him. so do you have? Do you have a hobby something that? You know you're obsessed with like. He is about this car, but he would say shopping, but. Yeah, why don't you take like paintball? And get some of the neighboring wives to play and running around the garage. Three Good, but there is no hope all right, although I will give you permission every once in the while to give them a dope slap. Especially when he reaches over to scrape heard poop when he does that. You have my approval just getting over a given one a bit up. Okay. Thank you bye bye by well. It's happened again. Blown off another perfectly. Good our listening to car talk. Our steamed producers Doug the subway fugitive, not a slave to fashion bongo boy Berman, our associate producer David, the cavs of Belleville, green and Catherine ferrall blue fellow. Our Web lackey Doug, the old gray mare assisted by Connie Bridgford, our theme music by David, Dog Richmond and our technical, spiritual and menu adviser just back from the Reykjavik, Bisquick, extra thick fish, stick, marshmallow, chick, and Salt Lick Picnic. Lawler our public opinion, polls, Paul Murky of murky research assistant by statistician marge. Nowehre our customer care representative. Hey, with buzz off. Of Roadway resurfacing is Soviet. Holy. Our staff acupuncturist is old Howard hurts. Our Shop Foreman, his luke busy are student. Consultants known diploma dermatologist for Teenagers Is. Don Picket our emergency room. Physician is Henrietta bad clamp. The car talk musical director is Donna. Emotionally are divorce. Attorneys carmine, not yours. Our coordinator of summer visits to the in laws is dawn one goal. Russian. Chauffeur's beak off drop off and our seat cushion tester is Mike Eastern our chief counsel from the from Dui, Cheetah House you lose. Do we don't do the trust of variance in Harvard Square as Louis thanks so much listening quickly class tampered brothers don't drive like my brother. Drive like my brother will be back next week. Bye, bye! You can get a podcast of this show. Download.

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"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"In Chico. Did you know that I am not familiar with that, but I'd take you guys as the Gospel. Truth on that, we don't. Really know either, but he was. He was given the name Chicago because he was always after the chicks on. not politically correct. Fine So. What's on your mind today? Well, it's been interesting. Volkswagen question I have a nineteen seventy-nine Volkswagen values. And about two months ago in acute clunking sound developed in the Left Front area cute, acute, wanting not a q dot h. Acute and acute. Heroes, going funk, and it would happen when I would go over certain types of bums that according to the mechanic that looked at it when the suspension goes full travel. And, also I could sometimes feel when I break, I can actually feel the sound and hear it coming kind of through the breaking pedal and I was very worried. Brought it to the mechanic who in the past done a great job for me, and he said ball joints so five hundred dollars. That's my toe I'd already written it down to. Joints. Simply five hundred dollars later still. Well, that is not to say that you didn't need ball joints what he keeps telling me yeah. I mean that's five hundred back I mean right right of course. Five hundred back. The ball joints is a pretty straightforward tests and very very clear that if you need ball joints, it's obvious that you need them, so he really checked it and did ball joints without just guessing ball joints like we did. Without having seen the thing and you probably did the crossing ball giants off the list and. The next thing. Yes, well, what other theory would? Backup theory. Well, let's let's hear what pizza mechanic came up control on bushings. Well afterwards. He said he looked at everything in the front end, and he he writes this down on his thing. He said We we disconnected the shocks, and the tyrod and the sound still happened. We remove both control arms. We check the break hardware. None of these were responsible for the sound. We cannot diagnose this sound and we'll charge fifty two dollars an hour to diagnose. Let's see this has a torsion bar type suspension. And it could be, ice. Hamper his gone Gonzo. You create bottoming out boom, bottoming out or bottoming up in other words, if you lift the bumper and lift the car off the ground by the way having the wheel for example into a chuck whole. Then, you would get the same kind of noise so when the suspension full out a full in you're getting the noise and it could be that one of the torsion bars Hasbro gs been so long as I've had one of these. Torsion by theory I think it's a bunch of plates. The toys bar is think of it as a spring all right. But if the spring didn't work right then when you hit a bump. Everything in the body would fall down boom and everything. Would we whacking against everything else, and you'd get a big clunk? Yeah, so not having a spring would obviously cause big clocks. And since the torsion bar is what's used instead of a spring. That's my theory. Laid recollection also is that there is a bearing with it where the control arm enters the frame, the torsion bars inside a tubular frame. With, a control on enters a bearing there. and that could be worn out to. And of course it's GonNa. Make the noise under the extremist of loads. Of the most extreme loads, you hit a big bump, and you're really forcing it to move quickly. You could get this bag. It doesn't surprise me that it's getting telegraphed through the brake system, because any abrupt -ment and he's shock wave that travels will travel right up through the brake fluid pedal, and that's why I said. I wouldn't be concerned about the fact that you're feeling it through the brake pedal. I'm concerned about the noise, but it's all it's. Almost positively, not related to the brakes. Yeah, you need to go. Here's what you need to do. To drive out to the desert. Is Some. Grizzled Hermits. As a sign that says vw repairs done while you wait. Now you with her? Find some old codger with like four or five teeth, and he'll have a bunch of broken down van, and around his so-called house and old hippies. Station right. Yes, I gotcha the blind dog. Painted the whole picture in three minutes. What's wrong with it? And he'll slap a whole new front end in their. He'll use your control arms with the new five hundred dollar ball joint, and send you happily noiselessly along your way. To thank you, guys. You guys are wonderful and I. Really appreciate. Good. One, eight car, talk or one, eight, eight, eight, two, two, seven, eight, two, five, five low. You're on car talk. Hi, this is Gina from Dublin Ohio Gina Gina. Dublin Ireland's right now Dublin Ohio. What's happening well I have a two part question who plots part one okay part one is a husband who's going through a midlife crisis and wants to buy a sports car. Did did I already did me just what he bought. Just give me one piece of information. Okay, is he an engineer? He is not he is not has, does he currently or has he ever worn plaid pants? Nabire never okay, then I would say he bought a corvette. Z three. Dec- Three M. Would you hit it right on the money? But what color is it black, right? They're all black of course. The question is he's being a little bit obsessive compulsive about the way he babies this car. Oh, I can give you a whole list of examples and I guess my question is going to be am I. Being a Nag or am I the the bad person because I say you. I. Would agree with him. Free Fair, I mean, but but the answer answer's yes, you are being an egg. Back off. WHO's Damn are? Is it is yours is and just deal with it does let me drive all right. We'll give us give us all right. Tell us what. Part of the question is dent removal question, but we'll get to that in a second. Okay, so he says you know he had to have. This car is going to be seventy years old and twenty years and he says he's got enjoy over years old in twenty years. Okay. So. He buys this beautiful car and he's got. All these restrictions were driving along, and there's grass clippings in the road where someone who just mowed their lawn, and he swerves to avoid the grass and the road. Okay now. I thought that was a little bit strange. Okay now we're driving along on the freeway at sixty five miles an hour, and he is very long arms, and he he's driving in. He reaches top down and he reaches up above over the windshield to wipe off. What I think was bird poop I'm not really sure he's wiping off the dirt from the windshield while he's driving. To do it. Might have been just a little bit. I'm single. See the next thing you giving us enough. I've given you enough assuming that you haven't made these up. No, he's not true he's he's gone overboard, and and you are a neg- only because there's not a thing you can do about it. You can tell him he's crazy. What. Good is that GONNA do? He's he's obviously obviously flipped out over. This car is and you know he he needs. Therapy hit a guardrail. And you know scrape by one whole.

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"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"Nepalese yaks leave at deposit on the nearest. Radio whenever they hear US say it. This is NPR support for this podcast and the following message come from the American Jewish World Service working together for more than thirty years to build a more just and equitable world learn more at age aws dot org. Don't miss the national conversation with me Jen White. Every weekday on NPR's one eight. News views and insight for the relentlessly curious a space for those willing to share what they know and ready to hear the other side of the story. Subscribe to one a now league review. We're back. You're listening to car talk with us. Click and clack the tablet brothers and we hit a discuss cars, car repair, and most importantly M A S David Leventhal sent us via the Web MIS. Male Syndrome I haven't read this. I'll be perfectly honest, but the first paragraph was enough to tell me that I should read it and I'm going to read it all I e. Mail Answers Syndrome why men always have opinions even on subjects they know nothing about. In the animal. And I thought it was especially apropos for us. In, the Animal Kingdom males exhibit what is known as display behavior in order to attract females on to ward off rival males, they thrust out there chess ruffle their plumage and generally try to appear more impressive than they really are. On nature shows this is comic. It appears comic to when it shows up among humans, the guy in the camera with all the gold chains of Vanilla Isis Haircut. It has been discovered that display behavior is much more common among humans than had been previously believed for example. Have you ever wondered why? Men who have never been west of Kentucky can tell you about the mentality of the Japanese. Men who can't pay their own credit card? Bills have a plan for dealing with the national. Death. Men, who aren't on speaking terms with their own families know how to achieve peace in the Middle East. I mean this is all true. It's so far. It's all try who happen to have the answers to all of those last week. Men who haven't had a Dayton six months know what women really want. Them. All right. The compulsion to answer varies from person to person, but few men. I happy saying I don't know some men seem to regard life as a talk, in which they are the star guest. If us, what's the capital Peru? They here so tell us a bit about your early years Bob. Sometimes this expansive. This is appealing if you ask a woman. Why did Madonna go on the David Letterman show? She will simply shrug helplessly, acknowledging that some things simply unknowable, a man on the other hand will come up with a few theories. She has the same agent an overdose of PROZAC. Men have the courage and inventiveness to try to explain the inexplicable. Wow, yeah, well I mean. This reminds me of the electric trailer break. We had some time ago. What do faced with women in our circle? That don't have an answer to something? No one else has an answer you have to volunteer. Would right you always do? How interesting son or your daughter asks a question and your wife says nothing. Or she says I don't know. What am I supposed to do say I don't know either let the kids think they got a couple of morons for parents I can give him an answer. They got. One more on. It is a curious. Syndrome while everyone knows it's true his why I think it's. Explain it to. Well theory so. Explain to me how they can't be peace in the Middle East. This must be from from Barry Dave Berry. Know. Who knows by the way if you tuned in expecting a brilliant new puzzle than you obviously tuned into the wrong, Joe, actually the puzzle is on break. Summer summer break some fall break, but you could always try your head that one of our classic puzzles which.

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"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"What I haven't heard. People Sink Meeting Ebony and ivory to me but hominy. Comedies sewing from when rather was it was a we lead? You'll have to go. I was a we lead I. in fact, it was the four leads. No could well have been. I think it was the four lads. All Right? I'll check it out. All right well, we'll we'll. We'll endeavored to find a recording as as well. I think it predates though it's a barber shop type song absolutely nuts. We Armani Brown all right getting almost more than expected with a musical advised. Harmony I'm from Portland Oregon. You probably mentioned that twice already. Knew. I'm writing with Tom too busy. What running on? No that's great all right. What's up poverty? Well I'm actually hoping to be absolved by you. After a certain event occurred can't promise anything. Unless you pay us. Okay go ahead. So what was happening is I had my sister's car, which is a nineteen ninety ACURA INTEGRA COUPE? And I had my one year old niece in the back, and she was getting really unhappy in a car seat, just complaining a lot, and so when I got to a red light behind another car. I put my foot on the brake and turn around to try to sue her a little bit and I hit the car in front of me, and my thought at the time was. My foot is on the break I was pressing my foot on the brake. Let me repeat that I was pressing my foot on the brakes. Benefit or your sister's benefit. Well I wondering what was going on because all right I hit the car. They took it very very seriously. There was compounded by the fact that this bumper that I hit had a really massive dent in it. I say already. Right but when you stopped. You're like a couple of feet away from the continent. So, maybe three three turned around with your right foot on the break pressing firmly on the break it did not shift, and what did you do with the little child in the back seat? A couple of dope slack suit at her. I touched her hair she she didn't quiet down at also. Hit another car I can guarantee you harmony it. Try Flimflam that you're wrong. Really Oh. Absolutely I think. The dental was already know the dentals already did. We know that you hit the car and you're trying to blame your sister's car. A failure to stay stopped with your foot firmly implanted at the nature of the question of how. How is the brakes fail. Here's the thing. Let me let me tell you the rest of it after I'm going. No. No, you have the. I'm driving home that day trying to figure out what the heck happened with this car, and so I went off into some back streets and I would bring the car little distance, and then stop it and let it sit there for a moment and what I noticed when I had my foot firmly pressed on the pedal, the pedal would all of a sudden. Going down even further on his own well, he, you have to do I. I mean Tamp now. Am I, tell you what's wrong with your sisters. Are you gonNA have to shore. Is this is her master? Cylinder has begun to fail, and that is a classic symptom. Of Incipient. Master cylinder failure that you'll sit there with adequate pressure on the brake pedal and your foot. Hasn't exerted any more pressure on a less pressure and the pedal will begin to sink, and of course as it does. The pressure that alter gets to the wheels to keep the car from moving drops, and what happens the car moves? Oh God. Because when I was commenting with it, I would keep my foot in the same position that would have it holding still, and then it would just start creeping along on its own I repeat bull guys now. I will bet twenty bucks that there is nothing wrong with this woman's. Although brothers, description of the failure of the masks, the similar is perfectly accurate. I will defy you to sit in a car with your foot on the break and turn around to appease a child in the bedroom. Without having your hit, come off that pedal and you know part of it is. You're distracted. Your foot is not your mind is not on your foot. Your mind is on the kid. Did I mention I was on his cellphone? Had that theory and I had dismissed them as as much as I. AM inclined to dismiss this because my sister told me she's noticed is happening at other times before she had a baby. On the master cylinder is no good. All right and I'm going to recommend that you go, and have it replaced Okay and when you do, you will notice that this condition. has disappeared wonder, and then you can call it. You can call us. You can be on stumped the chumps and you can save Tommy. I think that's what it is. Did slip off. The peddle a little bit. I think the combination of the two things is what caused all unfortunate? Okay, as long as it's not your primary theory, I'll give you that. See Harmony all right. Thank you very much. All right look, it's time to head off to Champ Coffee Cup from it while we give our stations a chance to do some business i. mean this is where they think the people who sponsored the show and all that stuff is no. This is what they call the personally apologize. We'll be right back. As Super Blind. Girl for the very first time I saw her. That kost. Dying and I shared.

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"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"A quarter. A quarter of a horse maybe. Quarter would that be like the real hind quarter. Horses, but so it's a quarter of a horse power and I don't think second off a quarter of a horse power. Is that enough to cut five percent off your mileage? No, that's why his number is. Number is way too big. He would be hard pressed even if he was calculating his gas mileage daytime and night-time. As as you said you've never noticed the difference I would guess that he wouldn't be able to notice for thinking fallen victim to the additive Oh. Syndrome this is a theory that you're going to come up with his the theory. Go ahead, theory is that everyone who adds an additive to his gas tankers oil, expecting, improve mileage, or this or that also unconsciously alters his driving habits. So that the expectation that you're going to get ten percent better mileage is fulfilled not by the product, but by the fact that you have changed the way you drive the car, so it may be that his the additive Placebo Syndrome A. I can see yes. Journals now yeah, no mering. Clamoring I. Think, he's. He's probably succumbed to that more than anything that he wants the mileage to be improved by percents. Verify his theory I would say that we're dealing with tenths of a mile per gallon, or even less than that okay cool. You don't even have to sue US Bob. The event, thank you very much, Hey! One eight car talk. That's eight eight to seventy, two five five lawyer on car talk. Hi, guys! This is harmony from Portland. Oregon harmony harmony does does your demeanor? Fit Your name by. I think it does depend on who you ask I like to stay so. Brown no! You know the song hair golden yellow for some lucky fellow who marries sweet harmony Brown. No, that's.

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"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"Go there and loiter for the rest of you. The puzzle is on summer vacation and we'll be back sometime in September the. -cation we get this right now, but we're here, yeah! So we can just go right on misinforming the American public about cars right absolutely. One, eight eight eight car talk. That's Eight, eight, eight, double to seven, eight, two, five, a lawyer on car talk. This is live in Scottsdale Arizona. Fine I have to SORTA change gears here. 'cause I'm work and I'm a nurse and this is going to be talking about cars. I'm not used to doing this work, not neglecting any patients. Are you know no, no. No I work in a long term care facility. I'm assistant director of nursing so I. Do a lot of paper pushing. Oh! That's good. That's just part of the expense for the hospital. That's okay. You don't actually take care of anybody plus save any lives. Yes, I do okay all right? So so what's up with well? I have Ninety Three Plymouth acclaim. And I love this car and it hasn't really given me any trouble. intermittently I get gas dripping out of the from around the gas tank. We took it in The filler you mean of the guests, no underneath the car. Yes, underneath the car itself all Israel. Where you put the gas in it, it's dripping now. It's it's. Where the gas tank is and where I understand, the fuel filter fuel pump is good. Okay, and we have a new fuel pump put in Anna. I believe the fuel pump inside the tank. In this case, it is so you had this done just prior to the leak starting or No, I had it done when we noticed this leak. It's still doing it. Yeah, it's intermittent though I went for quite a while without doing it well, the things that guy told me was to not let it get to post to empty. Because I'M GONNA. Be Sucking up more dirt to clog up that fuel-filter. Forget about that. When he had the tank. Underneath the car, did he not see any evidence of the leak? Just not. Tell you know if he saw we just told him what was happening and they. They told us what they wasn't. They supposedly fixed I. Think this vehicle has a funny kind of quick disconnect fitting. On the gas filter in other words it has. It's the old days. Gasfield is were attached to the fuel line with a rubber hose in a worm style clamp like a radiator clamp that's tightened with a screwdriver, but that was too easy. And for whatever reason they many manufacturers, or most actually have changed over to a quick disconnect in. That is a misnomer. If there ever was one because you can never get these things apart, it's a fitting. This designed to be squeezed or pride on, and it just POPs off, so there's no clamp to tighten its assembly cheaper. Cheaper cheaper because it's quick to assemble the the Assembler just takes thing and snaps together. And much like a seatbelt snaps on. You understand, and it's possible that thing has a little Neoprene or some some vital on rubber seal that supposed to keep the gas from leaking out, and I've seen these things be perfectly okay for days and days and days, and then just leak like crazy for no obvious reason, maybe a change in temperature at try something, and it'll league for a day and then boom stop and leave no trace when it's leaking when I noticed it and I pull away, and I can see this little tuttle, and it was just dripping dripping dripping. got to where I was going. Doing it anymore. Here's what you need. You need a jumpsuit. I haven't worn I haven't worn jumpsuit since the sixties. Need to go to a store that sells work close. You need to buy yourself a petite jumpsuit. Something maybe at a nice take. They have pink ones and you need to win this. When you smell the gas which you may smell, you need to jump out of the car throw. In fact, you might WanNa. Just drive to work with the jumpsuit. You'd need to jump out and stick your noggin underneath there and I bet you will see that it is coming from the fitting. That connects to the fuel filter well, it does seem to be that area. My husband's saying right in front right rear wheel. Yes, it is once you find the leak. You've got to tell this guy exactly where it is, and he'll repeal order that line from the dealer and replace it. It's probably twenty bucks. You're saying you think this. Quick disconnect the hooks of the filter good. Luckily as thank you very much guys I. Really Enjoy your show. Thanks for your call. Could luck get back to that nursing I will by? Alice again. What up on that offer? Turn off her IV. Up the. Give her a cigar. One eight car, talk or one, eight, eight, eight, two, two, seven, eight, two, five, five low. You're on car, talk. Hello! This is Bob from Fort. Wayne Indiana Fort. Wayne where they make transmissions, and they make well back in the old days used to make Pistons. That's right. Yeah, what do you do? I'm lawyer. Okay. We'll talk to you anyway Bob. Benefit of. The doubt until you say something wrong and I'm going to hang up. You need to be kind. Of. Well! I don't have a problem, but I've I've got a scientific question, we we, we are schooled in science, and and we are exports experts in. 'cause Malla Jimmy you name it clause metrology. I'm good at that okay county out of the army. Okay. Okay, let's up well. I was recently in a friend's late model vehicle. We drove into a parking garage and I noticed darkness, and this is a vehicle that has running lights daytime running lights right. Else, we call them in. He told me that he'd disabled the running lights because it decreases the gas mileage at least a mile. A gallon also has dr else. To Save. L. Daytime, running lights Easter any truth to that. Yes. Yes there is okay. Oh yes. I think his number is not correct while it depends. What's the vehicle Volkswagen Passat? A Volkswagen Passat he thinks takes away a mile per gallon. I've driven for a long time and I've never really noticed the difference between the my mileage day mileage at night. Well see theoretically, he is correct that. In fact, there is a decrease in miles per gallon. Because if not, you would be getting the electricity for free okay. If that were the case, we wouldn't have to build nuclear power plants. We wouldn't do just take all the electricity leftover in cars and we could run everything in the world, so there's some drain of course because whenever I mean what makes the electricity is the alternator. And when you ask it to make electricity, it makes it, but at what cost at it means that uses up energy from the engine I think I think his number is not correct well. Let's say for example you lights. Your daytime running lights might draw say fifteen amps, which let's round off the twelve volts. Let's say a cup. That's a couple of hundred watts. And seven hundred fifty watts is a horsepower, so you're looking at maybe.

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"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"You need your mechanic to do is open the hood, and with the engine running start yanking on all the wise. That's how we finally discovered it. In this car. We started yanking one things, and we got the to misbehave until we finally cut away the The insulation found the broken wires. Okay, and I told you I was you from the beginning, even though my brother thought you were a Wacko I was with you, Kristen advocate that. I want you to remember that something around I was coming around the more I thought about it. The more I was I was going to come around when it. Bombs the cast. Your ballot is the who the better brother is. I want to remember this conversation. But? Have you mechanic Yank on the wires and he'll find a bad connection. Positive, okay see at Kristen. Thank you for. Calling bye-bye! The love to take another call now, but we've been forced to relinquish control of the Airways for moment. What to station have some underwriting announcements to make? No, they just hate us. They want us to shut up one minute..

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"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"Paint start sheeting off. He's convinced if he goes through a car wash. You take it all. I convinced that there's nothing he can do except take the paint down right to the bare metal, which is not economically feasible with ninety towncar. Yeah, but this is A. This is especially a problem for a lawyer. Is Trying to impress people. That's why he bought a towncar on hardly makes much of an impression unless he's trying to create the impression that he's a starving lawyer. In which case nobody would hire him because once a lawyer who doesn't have any clients? That's right. He's doing fine. Good to give up on, but not good enough to get the pinch up, I think he ought to just get spray paint and do it, but. Then, it flakes off around. Oh. Yeah, no, he has to go for contact paper. And they have some really interesting. Dissolve absolutely anything. You could put this zebra y'all go for the animal. Look, go stretch direct. Right to the center of these issues. I mean if you really likes the car bruce. Truth is that he could take it down to his local. Mako or Earl Scheib. One of those wants to do that, but I'm convinced it'll just flake off because they won't just do. A Mickey Mouse Job I. Don't think you know you're living in Orlando. The they will do that I, mean they will strip it all down. They'll prime it and they'll put a coat of paint on it. Maybe more than a coat now one. All! It's not that much. It's GONNA cost I would imagine. Somewhere around fifteen hundred bucks. Why because? Because the. Seventeen thousand that most was the stripping process. Is Labor intensive right? It's very labor intensive. You GotTa wait until they have specials. They always have special well. They never have specials on stripping the game. They always have the paint specials. Alternatively I mean for a couple of hundred bucks. You could just take a shot at having painted I mean what they'll do is. They'll sort of get the flakes of paint and they'll paint right over at three bucks. On special hold no, no I. Don't know, but maybe long enough to sell it. That's what the last guy did. I suspect so well. You've got to continue the legacy. If this doesn't work, he'll be in contact with. We cheat them in how his what he does. He gets a couple of clients for whom he has one cases and kept out of jail. And says hey, come down Saturday. I'm going to see his Roebuck I'm going to buy a sander. And, you guys are gonNA come and you're gonNA sandown my car. Okay, otherwise I'm sending you back to jail. I'm going to go back and tell him I lied. Really shouldn't run. Yeah, so you willing to do this bruce? Lawyer I. Don't owe all the better. All these people are out of work at nothing to go. True and you'll just get them because that's if that's the labor intensive part, then you take it down to to make and for three ninety nine. That's regular price three nine, thousand nine. Right, they'll paint the whole of put the supreme the Supreme Paint Job on the twenty five bucks. Brother says they'll roll up the window so. Do, feel if we don't take it right down. The metal is just GonNa Flake. Right down, to. It is something you could do yourselves I mean. It is leaving. But don't forget. Every project is an opportunity to buy a new tool. Oh, yes, as well known, and so he should certainly go to sears to the tool department, and by himself a on, not just ACN. They're unique to buy the entire line of seeing. Big. Bird out all those voters right and you want four or five guys working at the same time. Okay? Yeah, I think so. Yeah. It'll be fun to the front to win the back and one on the roof. C.. You Bruce thanks a lot I bought. One, eight, eight, eight car, talk or one, eight, eight, eight, two, two, seven, eight, two, five, five zero. You're car, talk. Hi, this is kristen and I'm calling from watertown Ma Kristin K.. R. I S. T. E., N., no, no, no, no no I am I am very good. That kind of Kristen your really. I'm one of them. Watertown Ma right in our backyard. Right Dicks to our fair city. Abuts. Our Fair city is does does cool. So what's on your mind? Kristen well I have a nineteen ninety-two Nissan Sentra. Couple, of weeks ago, I was on my way home from work, and I go down the same hill every day. And there's a cross street at the bottom. And somebody pulled out of course. Right in front of me. So I had to hit the brakes and I came to a stop and I did not hit them. which was good. But it was it was a really hard stop and I had off to the right to make sure I didn't hit them. Now ever since then at low speeds, take a right turn at an angle up or an angled down from with you. The card is I don't know. I scared it. She's GonNa go out on a limb. Here I'll go ahead I'll get the saw. Kristen is dreaming. Long. Kristen I'm with you. You are. The start happening immediately. It started the first time it happened was the next day. The next step very well. I'll tell you. We had in our shop not long ago. Won't when are we going vacation? Two months ago. We had a Ford Taurus that had an interesting problem. This guy had a what we call an intense misfire and you would drive the car. And you, put it in drive and take off, and as you accelerated down the street, and the hardy accelerated the worse it was, the engine would cut cut in cut out. Colin the loom. Whip you head back and forth. So, we. Assumed it was a regular mess, and we did all the all the traditional tests, and we could find nothing. In fact in the shop in the car ran greater mechanical thing a mechanical thing, Betcha well. It wasn't me. It was a mechanical electrical thing, yeah! Enter the way we figured out what it was was we put the car in reverse and we drove it at with the same kind of acceleration. Her explaining. To Strap Manny. To the rear bumper. Give me hand signals left. But but we we we did. We drove it in reverse hard. We noticed it didn't did not do it. Do it right, so we? We knew it was not the kind of electrical missed the result of a bad plug or bad plug wire, or something like that I'm going to limb here. Go ahead. Engine Mount very good, but Ron. No exact right. Boy Vacation wanted. Renewed your brand, sell. This car had a broken motormouth, and because the motor mount was broken when the thing was accelerated in in drive, the engine would move enough to pull on wiring harness and cause an intermittent misfire because the harness I. Don't remember which harness it was, but it would it would control the ignition system the wise we get pulled apart of course as soon as the engine would miss, what would happen the turned back to? It's original position as it was no longer producing SPAGO and sparking far no spark park. No sparks, so you could have done that same kind of damage in averting this accident a very hard stop like that. Down a hill, it would tear loose a weak moment. Okay, well, maybe even not tear it loose, but just and move things enough so that now you've. You've yanked on a harness. What.

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"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"2030" Discussed on Car Talk

"US Click and clack. The brothers were broadcasting this week once a game. Gain what's a gain? From the matchmaking division here car talk. About a month and a half ago, we got a call from a woman wherever she from Seattle. Spokane one of those places somewhere north of San Diego, anyway she she wanted to advertise a car for sale in the classified section of newspaper in order to meet guys remember and she wanted to know what kind of car would attract the kind of guy that she was looking and we told her the Khanna list was a nineteen fifty nine land, Rover We heard from her actually recently, and she actually met a guy well. Unfortunately, he's like Tennessee something like. This I have this letter I'm telling you this. This is gonNA. Warm the cockles of your. You'd think wages fooling around and yet and yet. Having been a steady listen a low these many as I've often heard the two of you speak of the legendary Donna. The distant unobtainable beauty with the racy convertible, and even racier good looks indeed while the fall of my senior year in high school, I had a strong crush on Donna a girl in my class. Getting good is one night after a party I offered her a ride home in my forest, green, nine, hundred, sixty, four Mustang with the Black Vinyl roof and twenty seven V agency and is Steven King Book Automotive Related. We parked in front of her house and soon began to share the sweetest most passionate kisses. My young lips had ever experienced. Is this a family show by name? Already? We only had one or two days after that and as high school ended. We went our separate ways, but often over the years my mind would drift back to that October night and the sweetness of the houses. The memorable which never fully. Watch now. Pct Nine, hundred and ninety and my twentieth class reunion I had been living and working in Texas, since I finished high school in New York, and had lost touch with all my classmates, everything was going as nicely as can be expected for the first half hour or so. And then it happened from across the room I saw Donna and the years fell away. It was as if she had only grown more beautiful through time. We talked for hours as the night ended, and I asked if I could kiss her once more for old time sake. The magic returns wall. You ready for this. Though this is not the in the point of all, this is enclosed. It is with great pleasure that we announce the marriage of Donna coffin and mock Oristano Bus, ending twenty years of window, shopping and test driving of other model. Isn't that special is, and that's Bessul. You need some music for this new. Wow Z boy talk about heart rending I guess that would be a hard act to follow so I. Guess You have no more let him I have nothing else after that. That is. We'll take a quick. Choked up here. I was just going to be someone named on started. One Eight, eight eight car, talk or one, eight, eight, eight, two, two, seven, eight, two, five, five. Low your car talk. Hi, Hi, who's this is not Donald. This is pat from Austin Texas this story. Pat Wonderful. Isn't it wonderful my God? Proof. That's beautiful. Austin Texas okay. I'm trying to come down from cloud nine here i. just romantic things like that. Just make me crazy. I'm such a romantic assist. He is all right, pat. What's your stupid little interesting question about some car? Toys I have a problem with the Anti. Sway Bar Online car. What is your car? It's a nineteen eighty five. Yellow Cadillac Eldorado. Why do you have a problem with anti? Sway Bar, not know that frame where the anti sway Bar `attaches. Passenger side frame rusted away. Now. It looks like it's broke, but I can't really tell you don't have Russell Texas now we don't. Somebody told you that son took the car in to have. The oil changed in the man who is changing. The oil noticed it. I have no idea what had happened. Is Possible that. It's happened on three years ago. At some point I don't know I. Don't remember you don't any difference in the way the car. Ride. You'll hear any noises now. Not The and my question is. The manager was changing. The oil suggested that I attempt to have it welded back. if that doesn't work, he said I would need to get a new one. My feeling is if it if it's not causing trouble that I notice. Do I really need to get a new one. has anyone else looked at besides crusty, the change the oil? Now I mean you do make a strong case? Pat For forgetting about it. In. If you want a general rule, you can forget. Anything told to you by someone changing your oil. I mean that would be a general rule. I don't know in this case if it's true, but you're the fact that you don't even know that it's gone. That makes no difference. The truth is it probably would not make much of a difference to the handling of the car, and certainly not GonNa make a difference to the safety general, unless there's some other defect with the frame that he didn't notice, or that has caused us to happen to me, frames don't break for no reason. There had to be something that broke the frame. Sounds like you hits. Have you been driving off the road and those wild wiles of Texas? Now I'm guessing that thinking be welded I don't see why shouldn't be. And if it can't be welded, forget it well. I I wouldn't take our advice. Oil Change. Change the oil. Truthfully head no ulterior motive I mean he wasn't going to do the job anyway, so it was really looking out for you, so I suspect he did find something that was wrong, although he may not have known exactly what it was. If he knew more, he'd be doing more perhaps in changing oil, so he didn't know exactly what to do, or maybe exactly what was wrong, but he did know at least enough to alert you. You need to take it to someone else, and that's someone else will look at it and give you an estimate, and hopefully it'll be cheap. Okay. Thank you be nice to have it fixed this this thing hands like the coup to anyway. gashes in the bottom. See A pet. Thank you one eight car, talk or one, eight, eight, eight, two, seven, eight, two, five five. Hello, you're on car talk. Hello. I'm here. WHO This I'm sorry I thought you this is Bruce from Orlando. Floor Asleep up bruce those. What's up Bruce Okay? Our Son is a lawyer and he lives with us and several years ago, he bought a lovely ninety Lincoln Towncar, and it was doing fine for what still a great car, but after a couple of months the.

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"2030" Discussed on I Never Cast For This

I Never Cast For This

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"2030" Discussed on I Never Cast For This

"That Like I can't see gaming. Staying I would probably go out and say that in twenty thirty I'd say it now record now. I'll check this when I'm forty three. All. I really do think that you will not. The game by game will be not think. I don't think it'll be thing. Won't be a thing. Battle passes. Through I think it's going to be some monthly thing where you have access to the entire xbox library or the entire steam, or whatever it is then some kind of pc model where you can just pay different different monthly fees. I'd say they'll be tears. They wake make they make way more money from that stuff. Way More. I agree with that, but I don't think I don't even think it'd be twenty years before I. Honestly don't think that'll be gone at all I. Think Single it'll be produced single player games. If it's a full single player game. You'll pay your money, and then that'll be it any sort of multiplayer, certainly competitive stuff. Have that that model for sure. But I think single players will be around twenty thirty I I. Don't know I don't know I. Don't know if I agree with that. Because I I view it as I view at the same I look at what the movies are doing like to like. Oh I! Guess you can right now. You can buy a single movie. And Pay. Pay Money for it, but very many people do that so I don't know. Option will always be there if you want to buy something, but maybe not but. The. X. Habit there because it like if they want to. But I, I think a lot of these companies are going to try to lock it through a subscription service because they want they want. They want you to subscribe. To to to walk into their stuff so I I don't know. I think I think subscriptions are Kinda Way. Everything is going. People are getting subscriptions for food. For God's sake. They're getting like like like the hellofresh and all that stuff that people do, or they get food delivered to their house and stuff you. Basically you buy subscriptions revenue. It's taken over everywhere. I think in by twenty thirty. If a company releases a game that doesn't have free to play option. They're dead. I was. I agree completely with you. I think I think.

"2030" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

14:38 min | 2 years ago

"2030" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Know we'll look for not grants. To provide assistance, we're going to look with great particularity for the state to change its building codes right now. The building code is not optimized for this purpose. We need to have that change in order to achieve our goal to achieve electrification throughout the built environment, there's a wide variety of changes that we all need to obtain through the state legislature in order to achieve the goal, and although it has been a challenge to get things through the legislature and a pain in the past. I think there is a growing recognition that this is a moral imperative..

"2030" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

Rewilding Earth

16:28 min | 2 years ago

"2030" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

"We've had this living green engine that has produced everything that life needs. And right now we're going into the engine or just removing one part here one part there one part there and we remove apart and everything seems to be fine and so we keep doing it but one day you wake up and you find that the functionality of those incredibly essential systems is is no longer there who came up with the idea of half. Where's the science behind fifty percent? Hey So let me just acknowledge that. I think that there's been a lot of Indigenous groups and indigenous peoples who have for decades and centuries been essentially talking about this holistic idea that we call nature needs half. But is this idea that we are embedded in a web of life. We have to act with respect and reciprocity toward nature. Nature has needs. We aren't just the ones with knee. Nature has needs and we have to live respectfully in that That that framework In terms of western science it really started in the nineteen seventies With the the the Odem they were the ones who first published research and it was. It wasn't it wasn't about the entire planet it was It was about Ecosystems in Florida I believe I may be wrong about that but They they basically observed that after about half and this berries by ecosystem by the way there are some ecosystems that are very fragile like the rainforest that require seventy five to eighty percent But there are other ecosystems like grasslands that maybe only need forty percent but but what what the owners of served is that after approximately half the ecosystem hit a tipping point where functionality began to decline precipitously and that ecological services from the ecosystem whether that's producing oxygen whether you know purifying water or preserving topsoil that those ecological services basically just began to evaporate after half Later on in the nineteen nineties it was read knows who really began to Research this and applied these conclusions at a planetary scale and began to Say you know it's not it's not just one ecosystem here and there it's the entire biosphere that this applies to because of these ecosystems are interconnected all of them serve each other whether their neighbors or from a distance in in different ways migrating species genetic flow climates rainfall. All of these systems are interconnected and so we have to start thinking about this sort of planetary level in two thousand nine at the Ninth World Wilderness Congress and Meriden Mexico Harvey Locke and Vance Martin and Cyril Cormo of the Wild Foundation launched. The nature needs half network for the first time and the goal of this was to essentially get people in conservation talking about this idea and prioritising the protection of half and I think it's Harvey Locke says that they just said what everybody was saying privately to each other but that many didn't feel comfortable or safe thing publicly and nature needs half. Was this agenda building activity that we're going to make a safe platform for people to come out and say this publicly and we're going to start agenda-setting and getting this on the conservation agenda and later on the Public Policy Agenda So we've been doing that for ten years and it's been very needed because initially we received from conservation leaders around the world and I mean we have some of these letters framed in our office but but what they were telling us is that of course. I agree with you privately but I would be crazy to come out in public support of this because I would be laughed at and you will be too and in the last ten years that's changed. We're no longer laughing about the idea of protecting half in fact. I think we're skram willing to figure out how we do it And E O Wilson in two thousand sixteen with his Book Earth. Really helped Move that forward on the agenda and so that's kind of the evolution of this idea. It getting to the level of prominent that it is at now you know win coalition start to form around anything. It makes me feel better because I feel like resources are being used better that leverage of of synergies between organizations. There's not a Lotta waste there because they're no longer in isolation and I think it came to a head for me when I started looking at you guys and seeing the coalition that was forming their around this because as we talk about umbrella species keystone species. And we're talking about reloading connectivity projects giant projects small projects. We talk about those for read and Michael soulet informant and everybody would talk about those so that we could organize around something and we are heads. Wouldn't pop off because those species were meant to represent everything that falls under the umbrella and it was an organizing factor. And I'm starting to see and I have for years started to see you. Guys as a an organizing factor of the organizers and organizing factor of the organizations in this big total voice and it's been incredibly refreshing as I said before I refer back to it to get my energy back up about all of this so that it doesn't feel like it's just a million little battles and there's really no line drawn. There's no frontline it's just. It's all the lines and it can feel overwhelming to conservationists. Well thank you for saying that and I can totally relate to the the overwhelming When I'm meeting New People and they're like what do you do and I'm like well. I work on an international team. That's trying to protect the planet and in ten years It can be a little overwhelming. But but but here's a let me let me make a comparison here back in the early nineteen sixties. Jfk and you know the cold height of the Cold War. Everyone's worried about everyone else nuking each other etc and JFK comes out and he says we're going to go to the moon in ten years we're going to do what's never been done before. And we'RE GONNA. We're GONNA beat the Soviets to the moon and because he said that and because he made his objective society began to mobilize all the different industries and technologies and support staff that would be needed and the the innovation that would be needed to reach. What in the early nineteen sixties wasn't impossibility. No one could go to the moon in the early nineteen sixties but because that became the goal by the end of that decade there. Was the technology needed to do it. And it's the same thing with training tough to imagine in this. This is a porn allergy for a lot of different reasons but it should have the same kind of emotional urgency that we this is the new Cold War that the the struggle that we're engaging in right now which is really a struggle within ourselves about. Can we live respectful respectfully and sustainably on this planet as a species and individuals? That's the new Cold War and it's urgent and.

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"2030" Discussed on The Current

The Current

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"2030" Discussed on The Current

"A CBC podcast. Hi I'm Michelle Shepherd this podcast from the December twenty seventh addition of the current violence edit NBC GE. Calm I mean what Alison should know. What the Internet is that massive computerized work the one? That's becoming really big now. What did you mean? That's been the hottest wondering what are you right to it like mail now. A lot of people use it and communicate I guess they can communicate with NBC. Writers and producers. Allison can you explain. What Internet is that was Bryant Gumbel Katie couric and the rest of? NBC's Today Show crew trying to figure out this crazy. New thing called the Internet back in one thousand nine hundred four well the World Wide Web has become omnipresent in our lives since then and our dependence on the Internet in the past decade has prompted and increasingly urgent debate over the consequences of just how connected we are so the decade comes to a close. We invited one of the people who started at all to imagine what the digital world will look just like in two thousand thirty vint CERF is known as one of the fathers of the Internet. He invented protocols that allow to computers to communicate. He's now a senior executive at Google with title. That's classic Silicon Valley Vice President and chief Internet evangelist vint CERF joins me from Washington high. Hi Vent thanks for being here. Brazil Michel Guillaume. Let's see when we're going to do this in English when you you think about the world in twenty thirty are you envisioning something more like the jetsons or the terminator so I you know. I have so much to to tell you about what I think is going to happen in the next ten years. I almost don't know where to start but let me point out. The twenty thirty is only ten years from now. It sounds like science. Fiction indeed is just a decade away How would I can give you a list of things I believe are going to be commonplace? Would that be you good place to start. Sure give us some. Maybe some predictions that people wouldn't assume would be there. Let's let's talk about this first thing that's going to be quite obvious. This is a a term that Many of your listeners will have heard before Internet of things. Caesar's simply programmable devices that are connected to the Internet. It's Easy to predict that there would be billions of those in operation. There already are certainly on the order. Many hundreds of millions especially you know even billions if you include all the mobile phones that are out there that are connected to the net. So that's one thing that'll happen lots of appliances All in in the home in the office in the car things you carry round on your person You can even imagine. Medical Devices Sitter so plugged into you that are monitoring your your health but also reporting that through through the Internet to To the doctor or to other monitoring services so So that will be a very common thing and of course we should be a little worried about author software that goes into those devices especially if the software has bugs because those bugs may be exploited in the form of vulnerability so for people like me the and people like me. That's a big headache that we have to overcome. So that's one thing. Just jump in there briefly. I'm sorry I know that the list is long but that is going to be one of the issues that I think people are most concerned about this this idea of of the bugs and the hacking and we'll get to that but just also are loss of privacy and and I know I covered national security for years This is a huge issue for people. And it's worrying today but in twenty thirty do you expect. We'll have have any privacy at all so Michelle. I'm having some trouble hearing you. We need to get the technician in to hike the game on my headset If I understood you correctly You were saying that you're worried about the Russians and others who are exploiting access to the Internet for bad purposes is that it did. I hear that correct. The loss of privacy. The more wired we become. Are you here. We still need to get your your technician in and I don't see him coming in the door. We're going to work right now areas. We're getting real-time feedback here. It feels more slightly ironic that we're talking about being wired and we're having technical issues here. Okay I thank you thank you I appreciate. This is real time engineering. It is it is thank you. Can you hear me. Okay now yes I came okay. Great what it was asking is about wrote our loss of privacy. That's a huge concern for huge issue. Do you expect people are worried about that now. With good reason do you expect in twenty thirty. We'll have any privacy at all. Well first of all I think the threat is quite real. We see today on and I think unless it is recognized as a serious problem and one one which has to be addressed or that there will be consequences for those who fail to protect their privacy. That will still be a problem so I'm hoping to see even legislation that will guide companies To Protect People's privacy but we also need to train people To do a better job of protecting themselves. So that's not just a question of user names and passwords but things I two factor authentication which uses encryption As a way have strongly authenticating so someone else can't get into your Into your accounts is very important so there lots of angles here that have to be addressed in in order to protect privacy and confidentiality as well as security. You know tell you. That's Chop Chop List for many of us these as well absolutely and sometimes however though it seems so so daunting and overwhelming to have that and I wonder We have a friend that we love to make fun of because he has a two thousand eleven blackberry. But I'm starting to see some people a trend towards this is too much. We can't protect ourselves. Do you actually predict that. Maybe there will be some sort of trend where people go back to flip phones thumbs. I don't I think that what will happen in. What is happening is that there's an increasing awareness that this problem has to be dealt with And the there are threats have consequences business consequences legal consequences that will put pressure on engineers for example should improve the The way in which technology works and companies to improve the way in which they Treat and protect users observers Privacy information so I don't think I meant -ticipant being a gigantic Collapse of any kind. I think more like an increase in pressure Jamaica. Work Better and in Toronto you. You likely know that we've had the example of the sidewalk labs which has been controversial in this smart city that Google Sister Company is hoping. Can you build on Toronto's Waterfront. Can you paint us a picture of what that would be like to live in a place like that. I'm sorry ask yes good question more and more time. I'm just raising the issue of sidewalk. LABS IN TORONTO. Yes yes okay. That's been in the news a lot here and it's been quite controversial can you. Can you tell us what that would envision what that would be like to live in a place like that absolutely Well I think that the intent. I can't speak for sidewalk labs but I think the intent intent was to try to create an environment in which the city actually understood what was going on and was trying to adapt to Make the city cooperate operate and to benefit people. It may very well be that in their zeal to achieve that objective That Either they were collecting more information than others. Were comfortable with or perhaps the the data collection wasn't properly described but it's easy to imagine a city that has a model of itself and its collecting information to match the measured behavior of the city with what it thinks is optimal And it tries to adapt whether that's providing power guiding traffic or You know other kinds of city services In order to Make Life Easy for people. The other thing of course is responding to failures of various kinds whether it's power our outages or streets that become jammed or natural catastrophes and things like that I think that the intent here was to try to design and build systems systems that were well engineered and and adaptive and to the extent that there was discomfort With regard to privacy. That's an important signal. No it has to be factoring into whatever the design ultimately turns out to be. And I'm just going to bring up clip here from Sheshona Zubov. Harvard Harvard Business School professor and the author of surveillance. Capitalism has warned about the risks of this type of data economy or shifting gears into yet another another phase of capitalism. The depends upon a the social relations of surveillance. I see you. You can't see me but be surveillance of what of the intimates experience of your life. You buy a mattress that I write about in the book and its recording the audio signals in your bedroom. And if you don't in the privacy policy to that mattress a mattress has a privacy policy a television as privacy policy. A dishwasher has a privacy. Let's see policy and you try to buy one of these things. That's not Internet naval and it costs more. So Sean Zubov has called for the mining and sale of this kind of personal Predictive data to be banned. What do you think of that idea event? Well I wonder whether banning is the right action. Let's think about the positive side and with some of that information might be extremely important for identifying medical problems for example So I was the better tactic. I think is to try. Tried to set up guidelines and guardrails. So that the data is properly used. I'd much rather see transparency and in policy see to match rather than simply banning outright The capture of that data. Let's turn it to good purposes. Now I've been putting you on the spot warning warning about Issues with this when this kind of information gets out of hand and to be fair you've been credited with talking openly about the ethics of Data Collection and privacy and worrying about it but not everyone would share your values I- Google's obviously at the mercy of its leadership whomever that may be in the future or perhaps one day it could be nationalized is by authoritarian regime or fall victim to hacking so I guess my question is can it ever be safe for one organization to hold so much information about individuals. Well that's an interesting question I generally speaking when you aggregate large amounts of information that becomes very attractive attractive as a place to attack in order to gather that data And make use of ood perhaps for nefarious purposes so centralization of data collection in has risk the other side of that coin. Is that With enough data you can analyze and predict and discover potential problems uh-huh and hazards. That people might experience or help.

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