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Bloomberg Radio New York
"arnab" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of rates for a longer period of time. As far as the oil markets are concerned as well, Dan Jurgen says, if you're concerned about Russian oil at falling off a cliff and that supply side, that is simply not going to happen. Gold is near the low point of the earth's flat on the day. Bitcoin down 3% over four days the longest losing streak since November, silvergate will be wound down. But this is just a super song of cross asset nerves as we await the reality of the jobs report and the CPI print. So let's check out how those market jangling nerves are playing aid in Asia, David. Absolutely nerves is the perfect way madness to describe really what's happening or not happening across these markets. Frankly, it's quite a boring day. I mean, it's difficult really to form any strong view beyond the next, there's the job support and even if you can look beyond that, we run into the inflationary report out of the U.S. and really goes to show how binary the risk is really out there. So in terms of price, we're coming off high as an Asia. Hong Kong is just coming back online for the afternoon session just to give you a sense of where we are and the trading day. Big laggards here are some of the mining and sort of cyclical related stocks here. And dollar China said the dollar is actually softer against most of Asia FX with the exception against the Chinese currency. That's down to maybe also the weakest fix or midpoint of the year. There's also the inflation rate. I'll get to in just a moment here. Japan, let's have a look at that market too. This time tomorrow will probably find out where they're not this last meeting that starts today by the way of governor kuroda, whether or not he will leave with the bank. We'll see what happens with that markets are certainly trading us if something will be announced tomorrow when some strength in the currency, some strength in the Japanese backs which tend to tend to catch a bid when there's speculation that rates are going to move up as well. Half of 1%. And of course, implied vol as you guys were talking about earlier on exploding to the upside here. Let me end in this as promised the inflation story out of China going to complete opposite way really of just about everywhere else in the world. So at 1%, this was reported a few hours ago. This is for fab. That's the fourth lowest globally among all the data we have about a 130 economies. And here's the other four. Other three that is so inflation, it's not a problem here in China, at least minus. Okay, David, thank you very much, David, as you say, 24 hours to run. And we know a lot more from the bank of Japan. So we got somewhat different tone from J Powell on day two of his testimony to Congress, the fed chair saying the team will wait until they see fresh data before deciding how much to hike rates by this month. We're not on a preset path. We have not made any decision about the march meeting. We're not going to do that until we see the additional data. We still have some more data to come in, potentially important data coming up. We will be guided by the incoming data and evolving outlook. We're going to be looking at the totality of the data. The data we've seen so far this year suggests that the ultimate level of rates will need to be higher. The costs of failure to restore price stability would be extremely high, be a bad thing for the country. Let's get to our chief rates correspondent for Asia, our M live contributor. It is Garfield Reynolds. He didn't exactly try to put the Genie back in the bottle. He just tried to make us much more dated dependent. But you know, the bond burrs, they've abandoned the honeypot a few times too early, and they're not for doing that again at the moment, are they? Yeah, we might as he acknowledged the idea that there's some risk of the data that's to come will provide a slightly different read to what they've already had. But even then that sounding like if they did come in a bit weaker that it would be, okay, so we only go 25. And we emphasize that we're still looking like we have plenty to do. He stressed that it would be the totality of the data and that so far the data has been coming in significantly hot effectively. So unless you get a week of very weak jobs and CPI print, it seems unlikely that, well, it seems likely that 50 basis points is what they're going to be looking to do, especially because of the regrets that some policy makers have expressed that they only did 25 last time. Part of the reason why bond yields pushed higher in the U.S. day, they've come back a bit since then part of the reason why they pushed higher was because we had those partial indicators you're previewing payrolls that seem to indicate the risks are that that will be another hot print also. Also, now those indicators have previously on many occasions, turned out to be false flags. Still, the market is set up expecting that there's going to be strong jobs growth and that that's going to keep the fed on the lookout for further rate hikes. That's going to keep the yield curve inverted. That's going to keep lots of people expecting a recession. Apart from it would say the people who appalling into credit markets at the moment. Garfield, thanks so much. That's Garfield Reynolds in Sydney. I want to continue with this conversation. Talk about the expectations of our guests aren't abduct, global market strategist at invesco, emia, arnab. So what are your expectations for the data we're going to get on Friday here? How weak does it need to be, I think the expectation of the markets is 225,000 jobs. How weak does it need to be for us to see 25 basis points essentially? I guess it needs to be significantly weaker than that. I think stepping back from any particular data point, right? What's striking about this is just how tight the labor market is generally. And I think it seems pretty clear that the labor market needs to loosen. To me, it sort of feels like this famous hoarding of labor that's going on. That's going to continue. And so I think therein lies the real issue, right? That maybe this one is 50. The question is, how much further are we going and how much faster has the chair has been putting on the table? I guess if you take the markets, what's happened is the market it looks like has flipped from
The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast
"arnab" Discussed on The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast
"Just that first question, I think for any check ride, you should feel that level of competence going into it. There's an old phrase you never as good as you are in the day, your check ride, which I'm not sure I buy, but it's sort of underlines that idea that if you're not there on the day of your check ride, it's only going to get worse. And now I should say I know a lot of people that aren't in that position. I can remember going for my check my instrument check right. I happened to be very lucky. I had a really great instrument instructor. You guys have probably heard me talk about them. That's Richard. But the minute I got my instrument rating, I was eager to go up and do approaches to minimums. I mean, I felt confident I had those skills and all of the other people at my school who didn't want to tolerate Richard couldn't deal with it. We're like, hey, I don't feel comfortable. Can I go fly fly with you? So I remember jumping in the airplane right after my check ride with a bunch of my friends going up and just doing the things that Richard and I had done. So I think you should be there and the question is sort of like, how do you get there then? And I don't know how often you're flying or how rigorous your CFI is. But I think that, you know, in terms of where you started to go with this, I thought you were going to say, how do you know on any given flight, what ready feels like? And it's the reason that I teach instrument, I teach instrument flying via what I call template flights. So we repeat the same in system flight over and over again, even though it's not maybe diverse in the sense that it only ends in an ILS or it only ends in an ILS or an arnab approach. We're not going to see a DNA art. We're not going to see a VOR. We're not going to see any of those things. But my feeling is it's more important to know what it feels like to be on top of the game before you start moving the balls, right? So that would be one suggestion, repeat the same thing. In the system file in the system, get the clearance, fly the flight, don't accept the vectors, fly the full procedures, do a missed approach, come around, do the other thing until you really feel like you are completely ahead of the airplane in all of the ways you need to be in front of it. And then see if you can take that feeling and those skills and transpose it to a completely different approach that are different template that ends in something different. Or whatever. I guess what I realized early on in training is that a lot of folks are like approach it like this. This would be the opposite of that. A lot of folks would come in and say, okay, we did an ILS last week. Okay, let's go to Napa today. They have a localizer approach. Next week, let's go to Petaluma. They've got the VOR DME approach. Okay, the next week we did the BMR. Okay, let's go over to this other airport. And you get all this diverse experience, but it's like I always joke, it's like trying to shoot pool when the balls are moving. You don't even know what it's supposed to feel like when you execute this thing in a way that we need with a level of precision that we're looking for. For example, you know, my departure briefings are all in place. And I've done my take off briefings in my radios are set up exactly the way I want them for the various reasons that I want them. And now I'm in the air and flying. I'm able to control the airplane and run my climb checklist. And I'm able to talk in front of the airplane and say, when I get to the top of the climb, I'm going to do this following things and I level off. I run my cruise checklist and I still have time to get the weather. And if I realize I'm going too fast, I slow down so that I can get the weather. And so that I can brief the approach. And so that I can brief it exactly the way I want to and commit to memory the how low how longs and which ways and double check the radios and the process of doing all the things I'm describing is what matters. The frequency, the frequency itself that I'm putting into the radio doesn't matter or at the end of the day I got to fly a needle as if it's an RNAi of needle and ILS needle or if you are needle, like we'll figure that part out. It's this bigger picture. How do I fly single pilot IFR with all this stuff coming at me? And that's why I recommend not taking the vectors because that's easy. I mean, do it sometimes. You have to see what it's going to look like in the real world. But try to make it hard for yourself and try to give yourself little points along the way to talk about before you get there. When I get to the next point, I'm going to turn this way or that way or I'm going to twist my radios to the following thing and just notice it's that whole process that you're practicing. And then you can even on the same template flight, I'm actually building our ground school. So we've got template flight one, and then template flight one, but harder. So do the same flight, but now you have failed autopilot, and you have no attitude and heading. So you're on your compass and you're basically just adding weights to the barbell, but you're doing the same lift, right? So you're building those muscles stronger. And at that point, it's time to go, okay, can I apply this to template two, which is totally different. This one now goes a different departures procedure goes to Watsonville, has this DME arc, and there's a different set of approaches I can practice. But I think with one, two or three at the most sort of template flights, you've covered everything there is to cover it in an instrument rating. I always fly the template fights in the system. So I think it's important, I think it's important to balance it because I always say simulated IFR is actually harder than VFR or IFR alone because it's sort of like you're operating in two worlds. Your IFR ish, but you're also expected to fly all the VFR rules. So those are specific skill building days because you'll find when you fly these template flights, if I were your CFI, I would be making notes, okay, he's chasing needles. He's 200 feet off his altitude every time he levels off. Okay, blah blah blah, I'm making these notes. And then I tell you in the debrief, these are the things I noticed for the next three flights. We're going to work on these things. And then we would go out simulated IFR and work on how you're leveling off because you're probably leveling off with power, and that's why you're 200 feet up, or we would work on visualizations and OBS, so you can bracket courses better, or something like that. But then we go back to the same template, you have the problems on, so we can actually measure if that was successful. So you have to know that in the same basic environment now, we've fixed those problems. And you can identify measurable progress. You'll say, you're right. I fixed it. I wasn't doing that. Things you mentioned, I wasn't doing the things you mentioned. And in that way, we kind of get traction. But anyway, these are the if you guys can see this, this is the procedures section of the app. So this has all sorts of things starting with the basic idea of reckoning safety, but preflight checks, clearing chairs, pre take off briefing, call outs. This flow checks in checklists is a huge one. And you really just have to get your CFI to hold you accountable by keeping the metrics. Tell your CFI that you want for yourself out of your own performance. You want to try for doing every climb checklist for every climb, every cruise checklist for every level off and every descent checklist for every descent and even more than that, you're going to try to do them in a way that's redundant. So you're going to do a flow check first and then you're going to do the checklist in. Would your CFI please note the ones you miss? You know, and there's a shorthand that I use where I draw an up arrow is a possible climb checklist. If you do it, I'll circle it. And if you back it up, I put a line through it. So at the end of the flight, I can tell you you hit 54% of your checklists and 25% of those were backed up and redundant way. Or whatever, whatever the metrics are, right? And you'll find that I find that most pilots, when I audit them, if it has a play a game, a pilot I've never met. I'll say, do you use your checklist? They'll say yeah, and I say, okay, I'm going to keep track. We'll see how many you get. Most pilots are hitting about 10% of them in flight. So don't feel bad if your CFI tells you you hit 30% of them or whatever. The idea that you're trying for it is what matters. If you stop trying for it, you'll stop doing this. So that's one thing I expect for myself. So you're asking on an instrument flight, well, at some point during that initial climb, I want to run a climb flow and a climb checklist. It's aviate first, navigate second. So after I run that climb flow and climb checklist, I want to be able to talk through the next event. In the 5 T's when I get to waypoint bebop or whatever, I'm going to make a rights turn to a heading of zero 5 zero. There is no time. There is no or the GPS will auto twist. There's no talk. And the throttle no talk. So when I get there, it's right to zero 5 zero, the GPS auto twist. Now I mentally in front of the airplane. And I have time for the big picture, the 5 days. If it's a really tight flight, I'll dive right in to starting to get the atis at the destination. And I'm always with the now. So I always want to do those climb flow checks and checklists. I always want to know what the next event in front of the airplane is and know what the 5 T's are for it so that I mentally out in front of the airplane. And time permitting, I'll plug away at those 5 a's. And as long as the last a, which is airplane, which is this gums check basically, as long as that's done before I cross the final approach fixed, even if I'm disoriented, the big picture is coming together. Even if I don't remember everything or whatever, if my needle centered and I got that far in the a's, the wheels are down, everything's going to work. And that's really the meat and potatoes of all of it, right? And I always there will come so that the trick in IFR, and I've had students tell me it's impossible that what I'm asking is impossible. It's impossible to do that much work. It might feel that way if you're being honest with yourself about getting it done, but it's really not impossible. It's like a muscle. The first time you try to pick up 300 pounds, you're going to say it's impossible to. You actually can pull this system together. And you'll feel it. And then what you'll find is, once you're confident in the system, that once you do these things, the space is created is true freedom. Because in the space is created, you know you're not missing anything. You just have space created. So the tricks you're going to have to remember are slowly airplane down because it is a lot to do. That's through me the most powerful tool you have, slow the airplane down. The second most powerful tool is tell air traffic control you're not ready. So if air traffic control says to you, turn right into four zero maintain 3000 cylinders definitely the final approach course you're cleared for the whatever and you're not ready to say request delay vectors. I'm not quite ready for the approach yet. All right aviators, that's all for this episode of the finer points. If you're interested in seeing what you just heard and getting like a sample of what office hours looks like, that is a public post at Patreon dot com slash learn TFP. So you can check it out and office hours. We do that every Friday. So if you think that can benefit you and your training, please come by and join the crowd. Also, remember that when you renew your AOA membership, you should select pilot protection services, and remember that you can get a free three day trial of your ground school app at learn the finer points. Dot com. I'm Jason Miller, you guys are the best fans on the Internet until I see you again. Be safe and fly your best. 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"arnab" Discussed on Finance Magnates
" 5 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Expands in Spain with acquisition of local neo broker 99. LTP GTB UX, a Netherlands headquartered financial services firm, has expanded its European footprint with the latest acquisition of the retail brokerage arm of Spanish neo broker, 99. LTP GT LTP GT officially announced on Monday, the acquisition will strengthen the presence of Uttar refs dot finance magnates dot com tag books with target quad blank wide real quad follow quad be usele tagged in the Spanish retail brokerage category. Its aim for the deal is to gain an existing client base as it will migrate 99 retail user base to its platform dot LTP GT LTP GTE are proud and delighted to help a new group of Spanish clients create a stable investment base and build a better financial future, said BU X's CEO, Uruguay. Thanks to this acquisition 99 users will have access to a wide range of services provided by bu X, such as investing in Spanish, European, and U.S. stocks, ETFs, cryptocurrencies, fractional investing, and to be you X savings plan dot LTP GT LTP GT further, following the acquisition. The 99 brand will no longer offer be two C brokerage services it will only focus its resources on providing V two B amp B two B two C services to banks, FinTech, and media groups dot LTP GT LTP GTE have been working for over a year. And a half on RB two B strategy, and while it was a difficult decision, we have decided to focus all our efforts on it, the founder and CEO of 99, Javier sons, various, said dot LTP GT LTP GT, however, our clients are still very important to us, so we have been working with BU X to provide them with a great alternative to continue investing, including two free shares as a welcome gift, free migration to the BU ex platform, and fees almost 50 lower than current ones dot LTP GT LTP GT European. Expansion look VU X offerings in Europe include a range of services like commission free stock trading, fractional shares, and even trading services with lotta ref cops with that finance magnates dot com for ex broker's bucks rebrands trading platform to strict target quad Blanco will quote follow cocktail interacts for different tagged and cryptocurrencies. It now has more than a million customers dot LTP GT LTP GT the platform is aggressively expanding its footprint in the continent. It is now operational in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, and Ireland. In addition, it has a UK subsidiary which migrated a significant portion of its client base to an EU based sister company following Brexit. The revenue of the UK company, that finance magnates dot com for ex broker's books 2021 revenue helvetic 91 losses deep in quad target quad blank white will quote follow couples to 9.1 million in 2021 with a yearend loss of over 4.2 million. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
BUX Expands in Spain with Acquisition of Local Neobroker Ninety Nine
"5 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Expands in Spain with acquisition of local neo broker 99. LTP GTB UX, a Netherlands headquartered financial services firm, has expanded its European footprint with the latest acquisition of the retail brokerage arm of Spanish neo broker, 99. LTP GT LTP GT officially announced on Monday, the acquisition will strengthen the presence of Uttar refs dot finance magnates dot com tag books with target quad blank wide real quad follow quad be usele tagged in the Spanish retail brokerage category. Its aim for the deal is to gain an existing client base as it will migrate 99 retail user base to its platform dot LTP GT LTP GTE are proud and delighted to help a new group of Spanish clients create a stable investment base and build a better financial future, said BU X's CEO, Uruguay. Thanks to this acquisition 99 users will have access to a wide range of services provided by bu X, such as investing in Spanish, European, and U.S. stocks, ETFs, cryptocurrencies, fractional investing, and to be you X savings plan dot LTP GT LTP GT further, following the acquisition. The 99 brand will no longer offer be two C brokerage services it will only focus its resources on providing V two B amp B two B two C services to banks, FinTech, and media groups dot LTP GT LTP GTE have been working for over a year. And a half on RB two B strategy, and while it was a difficult decision, we have decided to focus all our efforts on it, the founder and CEO of 99, Javier sons, various, said dot LTP GT LTP GT, however, our clients are still very important to us, so we have been working with BU X to provide them with a great alternative to continue investing, including two free shares as a welcome gift, free migration to the BU ex platform, and fees almost 50 lower than current ones dot LTP GT LTP GT European. Expansion look VU X offerings in Europe include a range of services like commission free stock trading, fractional shares, and even trading services with lotta ref cops with that finance magnates dot com for ex broker's bucks rebrands trading platform to strict target quad Blanco will quote follow cocktail interacts for different tagged and cryptocurrencies. It now has more than a million customers dot LTP GT LTP GT the platform is aggressively expanding its footprint in the continent. It is now operational in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, and Ireland. In addition, it has a UK subsidiary which migrated a significant portion of its client base to an EU based sister company following Brexit. The revenue of the UK company, that finance magnates dot com for ex broker's books 2021 revenue helvetic 91 losses deep in quad target quad blank white will quote follow couples to 9.1 million in 2021 with a yearend loss of over 4.2 million. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
"arnab" Discussed on Finance Magnates
" 4 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The FCA proposes synthetic dollar libor rate. LTP GT the UK possible to our finance magnates dot com's financial conduct authority target quite blank what it caught foresee 8 5 8 5 41 5 zero four four four 8 two one four 8 C 5 5 F 7 one CB two 8 6 one class quarter skin dairy term quote financial conduct authority FC alt tag proposed the publication of a possibility that finance magnates dot com sliver quad target quad blank white it quote 91 70 C 5 5 at four C 9 two B 5 8 6 two 6 7 6 6 two F four F 8 8 one class quarters main term quote till I be all tag settings of the U.S. dollar until the end of September 2024. Announced on Wednesday, the UK financial watchdog is promising to allow the publication of one. Three and 6 months synthetic lebor settings for the U.S. dollar LTP GT LTP GT, the latest announcement of the FCA indicates that the proposed schedule that finance magnates dot com institution out for exquisite west and Atlantis labor bank marked target quad blanquet in all publications of L IB oral tag is at the end of September, 2024 dot LTP GT LTP GT, the FCA, which oversees lebor, scraped the usage of the. Controversial lebow REITs in 2021. Though the publication of most of the lebor REITs for foreign currencies ceased on December 31st, 2021, only some U.S. dollar settings will continue until 30 June 2023 dot LTP GT LTP GT the U.S. dollar synthetic Tahrir coifs without finance magnates dot com to deliver quite target quad blanc what will I be all tank proposal came and lying with the regulatory estimate of 70 trillion of outstanding dollar libor exposures beyond June 2023. The FCA has specified that synthetic rates are that finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cost financial firms to drop synthetic Clyburn bust alternative target quad blank for use in new contractual tag, but are quote intended for use and certain legacy contracts only dotted a temporary deregulator. Came up with the apostle data capables lebor sittings last year in November as a temporary measure. Initially allowed only for Sterling and yen, the synthetic lebor sittings are calculated using a forward looking term version of the relevant risk free rate sun you for Sterling and ton of free yin dot LTP GT LTP GT the three synthetic yen lebor settings will cease at the end of 2022, while the one and 6 month will die ref cops will doubt finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cat a permanently ceased synthetic Sterling Liberum March 2023 quote target called blank world synthetic Sterling lebor settings attack will cease in March. 2023, the three months sitting for synthetic Sterling libor will be allowed until March 2024 settings are only a bridge to appropriate alternative risk free rates, not a permanent solution. As such, market participants should continue to prioritize active transition and focus on converting their legacy contracts to risk free rates as soon as possible, quote the regulator stated dot LTP GT LTP GT the London interbank offered rate lebor was once the most important number in the financial services industry. It measures the cost of unsecured borrowing between banks. However, the reputation of lebor was tainted by the manipulation of its REITs by several banks. Many traders were charged and penalized for their role in this mass Forex market rigging dot LTP GT. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate
"4 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The FCA proposes synthetic dollar libor rate. LTP GT the UK possible to our finance magnates dot com's financial conduct authority target quite blank what it caught foresee 8 5 8 5 41 5 zero four four four 8 two one four 8 C 5 5 F 7 one CB two 8 6 one class quarter skin dairy term quote financial conduct authority FC alt tag proposed the publication of a possibility that finance magnates dot com sliver quad target quad blank white it quote 91 70 C 5 5 at four C 9 two B 5 8 6 two 6 7 6 6 two F four F 8 8 one class quarters main term quote till I be all tag settings of the U.S. dollar until the end of September 2024. Announced on Wednesday, the UK financial watchdog is promising to allow the publication of one. Three and 6 months synthetic lebor settings for the U.S. dollar LTP GT LTP GT, the latest announcement of the FCA indicates that the proposed schedule that finance magnates dot com institution out for exquisite west and Atlantis labor bank marked target quad blanquet in all publications of L IB oral tag is at the end of September, 2024 dot LTP GT LTP GT, the FCA, which oversees lebor, scraped the usage of the. Controversial lebow REITs in 2021. Though the publication of most of the lebor REITs for foreign currencies ceased on December 31st, 2021, only some U.S. dollar settings will continue until 30 June 2023 dot LTP GT LTP GT the U.S. dollar synthetic Tahrir coifs without finance magnates dot com to deliver quite target quad blanc what will I be all tank proposal came and lying with the regulatory estimate of 70 trillion of outstanding dollar libor exposures beyond June 2023. The FCA has specified that synthetic rates are that finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cost financial firms to drop synthetic Clyburn bust alternative target quad blank for use in new contractual tag, but are quote intended for use and certain legacy contracts only dotted a temporary deregulator. Came up with the apostle data capables lebor sittings last year in November as a temporary measure. Initially allowed only for Sterling and yen, the synthetic lebor sittings are calculated using a forward looking term version of the relevant risk free rate sun you for Sterling and ton of free yin dot LTP GT LTP GT the three synthetic yen lebor settings will cease at the end of 2022, while the one and 6 month will die ref cops will doubt finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cat a permanently ceased synthetic Sterling Liberum March 2023 quote target called blank world synthetic Sterling lebor settings attack will cease in March. 2023, the three months sitting for synthetic Sterling libor will be allowed until March 2024 settings are only a bridge to appropriate alternative risk free rates, not a permanent solution. As such, market participants should continue to prioritize active transition and focus on converting their legacy contracts to risk free rates as soon as possible, quote the regulator stated dot LTP GT LTP GT the London interbank offered rate lebor was once the most important number in the financial services industry. It measures the cost of unsecured borrowing between banks. However, the reputation of lebor was tainted by the manipulation of its REITs by several banks. Many traders were charged and penalized for their role in this mass Forex market rigging dot LTP GT. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"arnab" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"At the moment, there's no commercial need or imperative to provide an LPV approach because the most 80% of the airliners that they see will not have G bass or espace systems to take. Advantage of those approaches. So yeah, it's a bit of a catch 22. The airports won't invest unless the aircraft are equipped and the aircraft operators won't invest in equipping the aircraft unless the airports have the approaches to use. So that's one of the problems we have to try and address. Anyway, hope everybody on the podcast there is well. I'll try and give pippa poke so to speak. That's what she said. To put out a new episode in the next, let's see, just looking at watch here. Next, maybe next two years. Hopefully you've had a lot of work out. Anyway, I hope everybody's well. And also soon. Bye. All right. Thank you, Adam. For taking the time. And about giving pippa Poe. Well, that's your joy. Maybe. Yeah, it's kind of neat to know anymore about it. We don't judge, man. By the way, I found that absolutely fascinating. So I'd like to know something. You know, this whole thing's about the RNA thing started when we talked about that accident where they were doing a non precision arnab approach, not an LPV precision with S bass and all these different things. It was just a completely, you know, run of the mill, non precision, and because they set the wrong question, the barometric altitude wrong, and then we said, yeah, just like an ILS localizer out of service or a or a VOR approach or an NDB approach, same darn thing could happen, right? And I guess somebody has the idea that I was trying to say that our nav approaches in general are crap. And that was not my intention. I'm sure that the L now, V nav, Ellen P is it called now. I can't remember that. R and P? The LVP? LVP. I'm sure it's fantastic. And you know what? If I had that available performance or vertical guidance? Yeah, I'm sure that I would love it too. In fact, I might even marry it. I don't know. Put a ring on it. Yeah, I just want to make sure people don't get the idea that I wasn't trashing that. I just we were trying to kind of talk about that, the non precision approach is that kind of rely upon you correctly setting the barometric altitude. I think that's somehow we just went wrong. And you know what? It's not you, it's me. And I'm sorry. I'll try harder next time. But I see what he says. A lot of the applications really aren't there for commercial airliners and the top airports that commercial airliners operate in and out of because it's just not necessarily the money if they don't hire less. Exactly. And then you don't want to have to have, you don't want to have to put that equipment on the aircraft if wherever it is that you're going to have that equipment stalled either. So I don't know. For me, personally, I am very comfortable with a cat three ILS and one conditions are such that that is the only way to get it on the ground. As long as things are working fine and all the procedures are followed to the T and the critical areas are protected and everything else, it works like a charm. Interestingly enough, but in my 20 something years of flying airliners I've only done maybe three on a land, so it doesn't really happen. Very often. At least to me, it hasn't. Maybe Nick, you're based out of London and it happens a lot ten step and a lot more there. More than three, but less than 20. So I'm not a huge number. So my first one, yeah, first one for me was down to Santiago down in Chile. It gets socked in down there. So there, and then I had another one in where the hell wasn't I forget where it was. And then the last one was last year going into Ontario, California. You get that really thick fog in there and so. But yeah, Catherine, iOS
The Lowe Post
"arnab" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I don't disagree with you that I had an argument with ornaments last week. Arnab is going to put him on first team. No, I know. And I respect Kevin's opinion. I don't know if there's enough good forwards to leave him off. He might make it, Bobby, and I haven't studied it yet, to be clear, but my guess is he'll probably be one of the last forward spots because forward is a really weak group with all these injuries that have happened, right? No Kawhi, no Zion. I'm forgetting other guys. There's been a bunch of injuries there that have winnowed the field down. But I think it's at least a discussion. So I think it's more of a discussion than being first team. They lose to the pelicans the other night in a, I mean, if you had listened to the New Orleans broadcast, which by the way, I love Joel Meyers and Antonio Daniels, but it was like it was game 7 of the finals for the pelicans. Like they could not. Oh, by the way, pelicans, they're now positioned to get the Lakers pick right now. I think the Lakers eat. That's the other thing. It's amazing. That's the other big pick drama in the league. I mean, we can talk about Cleveland and to pick it. It may end up owing to Indiana or not depending on whether it's in the lottery. The other one is Memphis and New Orleans, jostling over who gets this Lakers pick and the New Orleans gets it if it's in the top ten Memphis is now rooting for the Lakers to win some games so that they have a chance to get it at 11. And if Memphis suddenly ends up with like an extra lottery pick, talk about a team that like doesn't really need an extra lottery pick, they become, I mean, is that climbing their GM just gets to sit there and get an extra phone in the office and be like, who should I call who should I call today? Just to screw with them. This is just a start screwing people with all this stuff I got to offer. Look, they lose tomorrow's LeBron has 39. Unlike 17 of 29 shooting and it's like, yeah, he's not a LeBron defensively. As he was four or 5 years ago, although he came out in that game for the first 5 minutes like wanting to announce well, I'm playing defense tonight. I'm in New Jersey. Full court press. Tonight, we're fired up Lakers, Lakers. And then it kind of faded from that, but it's like, okay, and then they lose. And it's like, well, you know, DJ Augustine only played okay and Stanley Johnson didn't make enough shots and when you and Gabriel kind of had a shaky game and you're like, what are we even talking about? Like I'm docking LeBron for this team being like, listen to the names I just said out loud to a chair. How many people know who when Yan Gabriel is? He starting for the Lakers. And like I said, my guess is he'll probably make the back end of my forward ballot for Bobby's point. The forward spot is pretty weak this year. But I think that's more of a discussion than whether he should be first seen. He will not be first team for me. Like I just don't think he's having that kind of impact this year. My only point is even from just a week ago when I did that all NBA debate. The discussion, the contours of it changes every game because every game that Tatum is putting up these numbers, his season long numbers have normalized after his early season slump to the point. He's like, this guy's just awesome and it's plus minus is awesome. His defense is awesome. His passing. A huge part of the Celtics absolutely demolishing everybody for two months. And by the way, he does run the most pick and rolls of all the self things. Yeah, I just looked it up. He's been amazing. Without really sitting down to studying it yet, I would guess him and Giannis will be my first two followers. I would guess. And I would guess Luca and Booker will be my first team guards. But I have to really sit in one. And so the world, the world will 50 years from now, when scholars in the media Dell are researching how did Nicole yoga churchwell embiid make second team, I'd understand they're gonna be scouring through parchment ballots. Be like, it'll be like 60 years ago when Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell were first at second T mobile V8. You know what? 60 years ago. Smoking was cool and nobody had car seats in their cars for small children and that's all I'm saying. Listen, if there were no positions, the first two names, the first three names of my ballot would be yoga to beat and Giannis in some order. And I wouldn't think about it. But the NBA by doing all of this chicanery with the positions is shouting at you just ignore them and vote for whoever you want. Honestly, that's the part that's annoying me the most about it is like, the NBA is being ridiculous. Like, we should clarify something for listeners. So if you'll kitchen and be like the reason you're talking about this clarion call thing with the positions, no matter how many votes you get, you're at the position you get the most votes at. So if Joel embiid and Nikola Jokić both get 61st 60 votes at center and 40 votes it forward, whatever the combination, they're both going to be on the all NBA team, et cetera, right? All the points count to one position. It's not like you don't get the other points. But you're at the position to get the most votes and that's why Jason Tatum was complaining on JJ Redick spot earlier this year because he got more votes and I think it was Kyrie last year. Room remember who it was, then the last guard spot and he was eligible at 40 guard, but he had more forward votes because he's a forward. And so he was the 7th forward and didn't make all MBA and thus didn't qualify for the supermax. Now again, you could say it's stupid that the media is determining whether he gets up more money or not. It is, again, it is. Which it is, but that's another thing the NBA has sort of just set off to the side. But like, you shouldn't have Joel embiid or Nicole yo Coachella to be voted for it forward. So instead of doing all these machinations, if you want people to just vote for the best players, then get rid of positions. Well, first of all, trying to have trying to have it both ways is just creating this ridiculous debate. That isn't going to change anything anyway, because these guys are going to end up at center and that's the way it's going to be. You know how you fix the whole media voting all MBA financial aspect of it. You change the max salary slots. That's right. You have that's right. The math salary slots are backwards. So your rewarding players who are the older players with a bigger cap percentage, 35%, and then we always talk about, well, John Wallace contract and Russell Westbrook and James, all these contracts that are going to be albatrosses down the road. With the leaks should have done is put the group of guys in that in between the either The Rookie guys, zero to 6 years or 7 to 9, they get the 30%, or they get the 35%. And the veterans, the older players, are the third tier, which is the 25% max salary slot. That's how that's how you feel. All right, so let's go create a guy. But that's how you fix it. So I agree in theory that's correct. No union worth its salt is ever going to go against you've already. So the solution is that I've written a lot about this because the max contract prison to me is a structural flaw in the NBA. The wizards should not be dead in the water because they drafted a guy number one and wanted to reward him with the first pick. All these guys, all these teams know the risk of these contracts. And yes, some teams have gotten out of it, like the thunder got out of the Russell Westbrook thing, you know, more than Scot free. So maybe you just chalk it up to smart management this and that. The solution is everyone's eligible for the 35% max, right? Like there's just no reason why John morant or Jayson Tatum or Carl towns should be depending on media voters to make them eligible for the contract to pay them the most money during the years when they will be the most valuable. That's just stupid, it structurally stupid, make everyone eligible for them. Make one max the best players are eligible for that max. Now the problem is people below that will get that max below that level will get that max and that's where the decision making comes in. And then I have pitched the idea that for a 35 percenter that you've drafted and you've paid multiple contracts, you still on the original team that drafted him..
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"arnab" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Now, what altitude is going to be on there? Well, it's very likely going to be whatever the mist approaches it was for the airport that you happen to be in. Whatever procedure it was that the previous crew flew. And so when these guys well, I'm not saying they did it, but when this happened and the was selected to zero or within 20 feet of field elevation, a very an intricate part of the automatic flight director system, which is called the flat director. And if you look back either up or down, it doesn't matter. You can go down there. You're going to see two magenta bars, basically across. And the vertical cross, the vertical line is going to be your pitch, your roll bar, basically going to tell you based on whatever the input is into the autopilot, whether to steer, left or steer right. And then the horizontal bar there is going to be your pitch bar is going to tell you whether to pitch up or down based on whatever input it was being put into the autopilot. And so when you select the altitude to zero or 20 feet from your field elevation, your pitch bar is going to capture that altitude. And the active mode of the autopilot is now going to be out hold, which basically means that you hold that altitude. Now what I don't understand here is why the flying pilot would rely on flight director commands during the takeoff. As part of as part of the pre flight on the before start checklist, I do believe what heavily a slide of that as well, you go through the mode control panel, making sure that the speed is selected to whatever the V two speed is or the safe climb out speed for single engine operations. You're heading is usually going to be whatever the runway heading is. And the altitude is going to be your initial cruise or initial cleared altitude. One of the cool things about the 777 is that you and certainly I know because I've done it in Dubai myself. You receive your clearance via data link. And the cool thing about it is that altitudes will show up in blue. And so when you set your altitude on the motor control panel to whatever the clearance altitude is, it'll go from blue to green. You know that that is in fact the cleared altitude. And both altitudes are both values match. And so I don't understand how the crew missed that, perhaps they're just flying on the back side of the clock. I know this happened at around three in the morning, I think it was. Tired, but there weren't for pilots on board that do believe, correct? Yes, there were. And so how do four people miss that? But even, but even if let's just say I don't know how they missed that, that's one of those critical things when you're doing and Meyer plan where you're doing the navigation briefing. You know, that's the clear two altitude on your departure is in that mode control panel altitude window. Okay, let's say you've completely screwed that up. But who, what professional pilot do you know? Is going to go, oh, well normally, what would be the normal pitch attitude on takeoff for a 777 Rick? Well, that's another thing I was going to mention. So whenever you switch the flat director selector to on, the pitch bar is going to be at about 8° and the roll bar is going to be centered. Your modes should be. And this is part of your preflight of your preflight checklist. And of your cockpit preparation, really, going through the FMA's a flat metal notifications and making sure that they make sense. You're on the ground when you switch the fund directors on. Your role model is going to be toga, take off go around. Your pitch mode is going to be toga, take off go around, and obviously the status of the autopilot is going to be F slash D flat director. So you go blank toga toga flight director. You pitch bars can be about 8° up. Now, on the takeoff itself, the flat director does not work until the air ground sensor. And this is on the 777. The air ground sensor on the nose gear extends. Okay. Once that happens, the aircraft, the automatic flight director system takes a snapshot of what that track is. And that is your lateral pitch mode until either el nav or lateral navigation automatically engages at 50 feet, which in this case, which on triple 7s and on airports that have these very accurate arnab departure procedures is the case you arm el nap on the ground. And so that at 50 feet, L now becomes the active role mode. And now that that roll bar commands whatever the park to procedure says that you should fly on the lateral aspect of things. And then the pitch bar is not accurate until you're basically airborne because 8° is just where it goes when you turn it on. On the triple 7 ideally, you want to rotate smoothly about two to 3° per second to an initial pitch of about 15°. Both then just working. 12 and a half degrees, one engine working. So why? Exactly right. If you see the pitch bar down like way down, would you actually push the yolk forward to fly the flight director pitch bar instead of going, wait a minute. That makes no sense. Exactly. I should be up here at 15° nose high. And there's another thing. The runway lights, the center line runway lights start alternating red and white at 3000 feet. Close to the end of the runway. Right. The last thousand feet is red. The runway edge lights turn yellow at 2000 feet remaining. You know? And so I really didn't understand what the hell. Just rotate. I think there were like a 175 feet about four to 5000 feet beyond the end of the runway. 75 feet. 75. I'm sorry, Liz is telling me 75. Holy crap. Can you imagine living in that residential area? And hearing a triple 7 300 with full takeoff thrust over your house at 75 feet. Now, if you look at the digital data of sometimes this ADS type data tends to be a little inaccurate. But if you look at the climb rate that was attained after they figured out what the heck was going on, did you see what the clamor it was? No. It was like a blue angel, going straight up. They had all that energy. You know? And the flaps were overspend to hell, just everything just went down the drain. But again, I didn't understand why you don't just make sense. And then went ahead and flew across the Atlantic Ocean to Delos. Oh yeah. So that was that was very interesting. Now, when I heard about this incident, it made me think about another incident. It happened and one of the favorite destinations Lagos. One of mine is of it. He loves that place. You miss it, don't you? He really does. 7 as well. And these guys were setting up the flight deck for the last sector. So they floated from port hardcore to Lagos, and that's a relatively short sector. And then the following sector, Lagos two pairs, we're going to be flown by the captain. Now the captain was he wanted to get the flood going because they had some kind of, I think, rest requirement issues or something going on. That's what I mean, I tell you people. Do not do not ever, ever hurry, don't hurry ever, because when you hurry, when you miss things, every just about every accident report that that deals with the stuff like this or control flight and terrain or it's because the crew allowed themselves to be put in a position where they miss things either by ATC or by the rest requirements or the cabin crew or just don't hurry. You're in there. And if you're going to be late, you're late. If you're a minute.
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"arnab" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Gillespie field, it struck pepper drive and a residential area of El Cajon, San Diego, 2.6 kilometers east of the runway threshold and burst into flames. Gillespie tower cleared the flight to land on Rowan one 7, then the flight contacted Gillespie tower, canceling their IFR clearance and requesting to land on runway two 7 right. This was approved and the tower controller cleared the flight for a left hand traffic pattern for runway two 7 right. The flight crew then requested the runway lights to be turned up, to which the controller replied, they are at 100% now. And then shortly after that, the learjet Dan says it crashed two blocks from his house in San Diego. Wow, doctor Dan in our live audience says that this airplane crashed literally crashed two blocks from my house. Very close. That's too close for comfort, isn't it? Yeah. So the way I understand it, the weather wasn't great. It was kind of a lowish ceiling. And low overcast. And the visibility, I think it was right at three statute miles. Three miles broken. 200 overcast 26. Yeah. Okay. So technically, it's VMC, so you can do visual flight rules at this point. They were flying in 2000. I think I said 202,000. 2000 yeah, that's more like it. Cleared on the R and a GPS approach to runway 1.7. And then that we're looking now on the video on the left hand side is the arnab GPS to run my one 7 approach. They were coming in from John Wayne, Orange County, airport from the north. And so I guess this was their IFR instrument procedure in effect at this particular airport and then as soon as they got below the cloud deck, I guess they saw the airport and requested that the landing on two 7 right. Now one 7 is about 4000 200 feet long, maybe a little bit shorter. And two 7 right is about 5205 1300 feet long. So a little bit more than 1000 feet. Longer. Now if you're in a learjet, I could see wanting to land on the runway. That's a little bit longer. But there are some issues involved with this particular area in the San Diego area. There's a lot of high terrain. And there is a note on that arnab GPS plate that says that circling in the northeastern quadrant is NA, not applicable or not allowed. Doctor Dan confirms that and doctor Dan is confirming that. Yeah, the circle to land ops are NA at night as well. So there are a couple of different notes there regarding circling approaches. However, when the pilot said they see the airport and they'd like to cancel, I think they didn't say cancel IFR. I think they said they'd like to squawk 1200, which is what you do when you cancel IFR and you go to IFR to VFR. And the tower controller said, okay, understand your canceling. You're cleared to do the circle or the now he didn't say circle. He said, enter a left down when fly over the top of the airport, fly left down when left base two two 7 right. And so that's exactly what he did. So he was legal to do what he was doing there. And I think that what may have happened here is the visibility wasn't great. And just as the incident or accident that we covered in teterboro, not that long ago, a learjet crashed because they were flying in. They were supposed to break out or break off in a line themselves with another runway and they got in pretty close and they really kind of racked up the bank and probably the gs on the airplane and it looks to me like this has all the tell tale signs of a high speed high energy stall and crash. What was I going to say? Oh, I'd like to play some video from a couple of nest. What would you call that surveillance camera, kind of video? Makes a doorbell and another outdoor CCTV closer. So let's say there's actually two here and they're back to back, so let me play that. Here we go. Here's the first one. And you can kind of hear the airplane coming in over the top of this home. It looks like their backyard. Kind of in the left turn left bank and then disappears out of frame and then you see a very large burst of light and explosion. And that was the.
The KiddChris Show
"arnab" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"Have over where you live. Okay word up. I was really appreciate it. Thank you see that that was there you go. That's right of course that's the last one now. One car accident. Well everybody's just bad that they're mad because they're like well eighteen govan calls and forget it. That's all anybody ever these days. I'd rather they not hear about it. Me too yeah. We're banning covert stuff from the legal segment by the way. How about this guy The bengals rookie. That got in trouble. His pregnant girlfriend saying that he Roughed her up a little bit. Jumar chase ooh. That was jim archie. Yeah he seems like such a good dude to. Yeah well the allegation she. Won't she put up on instagram. That he laid his hands on her and she's pregnant and stuff and she called him a bunch of names and all that so that's let justice due process. Play itself out. See what happens if at tone. I'm going to withhold my judgment really. I'm trying to withhold my judge that's you are. I'm not thing to do. Yeah why don't jump to conclusion. He could say what he wants. He's a girl he ain't gonna lay his hands on them. Cook could be legit. You could be looking for a payday. You could be somewhere in between rhode islanders. Nothing to get yet they still get big contract to start off with the right but you think a spent it already. Yeah exactly and has the. She's pregnant she already has to pay. Well yeah yeah the challenge. Yeah right so why. Why bother stirring it up if you're about the cut it off. Don't don't ever overestimate intelligence. Would this just don't just don't overestimate. What the general persons intelligent. You don't need to tell me this. Have you read our facebook. We had this discussion off air. Have you listen do our show on it. True stewart w penrose. I appreciate it once again coming in here and fielding the calls the tough questions the tough answer really tough stuff today. Brocton new manila law group where he works hit him up on instagram to arnab. Sorry what is it twitter twitter. Yeah at stewart. W well let me start to silver. Pretend i'm a professional dj. It is a kid. Chris thank you very much to a w stewart w penrose on twitter and manila law group. Five one three seven two three sixteen hundred all right. There's a guy just call didn't goes. Hey man i want to talk to the attorney gone already till ten right. But he's ten no never said that ever. Apparently you know. Listen your own station. He might not have been producing segment. I something years yet. i think. I know what's being said sir. Anyhow doing here five one three eight one. Three seven nine. Seven nine is the Phone number on the radio here gone yes god. He'll be back next week. He is Every week he comes in for that was on k. Chris dot com. Yeah real quick up on a kid. Chris dot com. You wanna see a cute little deer walking around in nature in michigan and then plummets down a fifty foot waterfall. You can see that. I'm kid. chris dot com. Don't ya the only reason why it it survives but you would you watch like oh i imagine bounces sure. It was like what back to you. Know spread to set. Jesus happened to me. People will people will hit a deer with their car. Airbags go off exactly run off into the woods but this thing if plummets down a waterfall you could see that up on kid. Chris dot com always all the good stuff like a watch. A freight train slammed into a The big rig. Those are always cool man. Nobody got hurt during that. Unfortunately i'd rather see people hurt than animals In my just just way. I am but this happened in columbus grove ohio last week so go check that out. That is up there on Kid chris dot com all right and as always there's a bunch of stuff up there On my social media as well things such as When i make prank calls radio shows whoever i do it on video at you cannot if you follow me on twitter or instagram or facebook at kid kris k. i. d. Hris you get that stuff early. Before i even eric and uncensored to if there's cursing or somebody gets up early the good stuff yeah..
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"arnab" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Or the airframe undergoes a complete overhaul including engines for an extension of the service life. Excuse me of their five and twenty. Six four had been overhaul already. The fifth was scheduled to be sent to the manufacturer this week and is currently fly. A rosa yahtzee reported the mountains around palani were covered in clouds. Excuse me Whether reported You know the the mountains around the Airport were covered in clouds with broken cloud ceiling at three hundred meters. Which is thousand feet. Msl and overcast cloud at seven hundred twenty meters twenty. Four hundred feet msl. A russian pilot provided meters for about six point five hours after the crash. Not sure how that's really gonna help. That's a that's a considerable amount of time. After the crash and at that point it was about four thousand overcast and fifteen celsius and Wins were one ninety nine meters per second okay according to a no tam all arneb an r. n. p. instrument approach procedures for alana were suspended from april twenty. Second twenty twenty one to july twenty second twenty twenty one I'm not sure that they said what approach that they were using when they crashed They did mention that. The coast of the extended runway centerline. Pylon his runway one one raises about one hundred ten meters above the sea and to about one hundred twenty meters above sea level in the area of the final position. The aircraft was found at So it looks like a controlled flight into terrain. Here's a photo from helicopter and you can see that black. you know. that's all the almost cleared that cliff man not quite. I'm looking at the thought. I had a charged for proline about that. Don't but the the the runways only forty seven hundred feet long. It's not a long runway. Sent to nine one one. Guess which way he was going jaffe. Cici would heading inland. I was flying over the sea coming in to the report. So The airport See the approximate final position right. There in the airport is right here. So they're coming in from the northwest at appears if this is oriented toward north which i believe it is and And so. I'm looking at all the approach plates and approach that guys over that piece of terrain yeah. I didn't see that either nick. And do they have any. I'll losses or anything other than our mp or now. I mean the in In the by the way this is from the aviation herald and in the aviation herald article We have this approach plate For the mp rumbling one one and as you mentioned nick It doesn't it. It's not plotted to fly over that area where they crashed Let me see the other one. Here is the approach to runway to one. I think now to nine or one one two nights must be a certain it's gets on an island is either the done. Have the feather. Well then i don't know if it's like an russia may be an epa. Looks kinda andy or that navigation aid there to eighty five. I can't read russians really sure but that looks to me but e- even again I don't know why they were up. You know up here. Further up on the coastline a more Lost in the. Yeah but am. Maybe they were trying to fly that aren p. or arnab procedure and They didn't realize that they had been noted out of service and may be the they were following. Some bogus guidance. Perhaps i don't know i don't know how that would be how that would affect their navigation Because an our mp is generally a satellite based right out. So i don't know interesting. Maybe there was something going on in the area that was causing the satellite signals interfering with satellite signals and satellite reception. And perhaps they were getting some you know bogus. Data in there An airplane yeah. And i mean that's that's that's happened to me you know there were There are not particularly in when we used to. When i used to operate in the middle east quite a bit Where the island was out and then there were no gp breaches available because the signal. The gps signals going to be jammed for one reason or another month. A lotta a lotta times military operations and so you can't rely on that so yeah i don't know there's something of of Military value around the area where this happened That could have warranted the signal being turned off that what happened at all. But we don't know that at this point but oh yeah ludvig banks appoint but we'd double problem if he was coming in on the wrong bearing and had the wrong queue and h That would be to iras which is probably going to be. Here's another thing. Remember that in russia they They fly you. He are they do. Fc q. f. sorry cutie q effing. Thanks next year. Sixty percent. Yeah you you don't want to you. You don't want to land on twenty nine ninety two there you go. What you wanna wanna landau is a little iffy. Get a very vance. Coastal apple is not a of debt. Load difference anyway. The allegation looks pretty low. Yeah so the two are going to be very similar term now procession. That's true well it's kind of a mystery definitely controlled flight into terrain. See right absolutely And yeah so it it it could be one of the other of what we speculated upon or perhaps maybe both. I don't know we'll have to wait and see. Hopefully we'll get an accident investigation report when they start gathering the data or data. If you prefer laura did you just flip the bird at me neck. I just notice that. I'm sorry i.
Around the Rim
"arnab" Discussed on Around the Rim
"Thank you to everyone that reached out with comments after our mental health episode with dr dawn coming off of the naomi. Osaka french open situation. We appreciate it because the feedback is very welcome to recognize are probably going to go over a few of those interviews At excuse me those emails at some point. Just to debrief with our friends that are so kind to write us so yes thank you so much and continue all the kind words or comments and questions coming in with that we will get to the show. I basketball fans. This woman needs no introduction. Because to me she is the queen of many things because she wears a lot of hats that she wears them also. Well i still don't know how she does it. Maybe she'll share with me her secret sauce or tea or coffee. You'll coffee drinker christie. I am a coffee drinker. You now here and there little jato every other day or something like that. It's a good thing for me okay. Well i'm about to add that to my diet. Because i need to be wherever you are in this world. If you are buried somewhere in a whole you don't recognize that voice. E christy winters scott fantastic basketball analyst on many levels but you probably know her bass as the voice of the dmv for basketball men and women But we are on this podcast to talk about the wnba. Where she's the voice of the washington mystics. A welcome christi the china. Thank you so much for having me. Your bright light is just making me so proud everytime right here your name your face. I smile so bright. You you are just doing the incredible thing so kudos to you while. I'm just trying to get to where you are but i got a lot of work to do in the meantime we have some catching up to do in the wnba and i'm gonna do something a little differently for our conversation. I usually start at the top of the standings and talk about the teams that are competing for championships. And not that these teams in the bottom arnab. But i feel like one of the trends in the league right now is that the teams at the bottom are starting to make their push in starting to rise. So we'll start at twelve with the indiana fever. They are a little bit of an exception here because they are struggling They've lost six in a row. One ten a team that you know has some pieces young. Still need to figure things out I definitely believe in marianne stanley. But they've got something got to figure out for the fever but not catching company. They'll get it get it turned around. chicago sky candace. Parker is back. They lost what seven games in a row But guy candace back and beat the indiana fever this week. So that's a good sign to have parker back in the lineup. They now have dawson bad. They have quickly back so As we said all season the sky's the limit. But that's another team in the eleven slot right now and that bottom half of the league that i think is going to see better days ahead. The minnesota lynx is a team that you saw recently christie against your washington. Mistakes and i mean god cheryl. Rivas is brilliant as we know as a coach. We're actually gonna talk to katie smith a little later in the show but they got call your back into the lineup which is seems to help laser clarendon at that point guard. Spot seems to have been something. That's working well. Now you're you're mystics. Put a weapon on him. But what did you see from the minnesota lynx that may be encouraging for their fans in the weeks to come. Tell you about china win. Minnesota came and the challenge was definitely on the table and sat especially with the addition of malaysia. Clarendon springs that dog mentality that grit to the court. But i think what washington did that and dangerfield as well was to play much defense. They heard just down and in a stance communicative. I think tasha cloud in the second half really made a difference in that regard. But i thought that all domestic starts really did a good job of pressure ring. Antiquing minnesota's cards out of their comfort zone. And even with that being said i think sylvia fowles had limited touches and month. Muscle is still doing her thing and i think washington also did a good job of of containing her touches which you did get it. She was always. But i think just overall for minnesota coming into that washington game one three games in a row and with that came a lot of confidence. So those three wins. I think they got them because they continue to gain that chemistry with collier back they were missing. Heard the very beginning. And i think with having her back in the lineup thing made a big difference but i also think the addition of Clarendon who was released from new york her up. I just thought that A terrific move for the lengths in terms of her experience level her knowledge on the defense van in particular but also her ability to score the ball. So when you add a player like that's in the mix of relatively young team. I think that has been a good calling card for shall receive. I know she was frustrated at times. Mystics game because they were turned the ball over or a you know some of their heirs were unsourced situations. But i just love what she has in her bag in terms of what she can work with how to get them back in that great flow because they were slow entity gates before they won those three enrolled than a washington on gave them that loss as well but i think they have so many fantastic parts in crystal dangerfield and the way she plays especially down the stretch of the game before that i believe was against atlanta and they had a backpack with atlanta over the weekend last week and she was just magnificent in the fourth quarter. I believe she did. Mrs. schott Ten points four four in the fourth quarter alone so she possesses that Gene and she's baby. You knows the. She's she's getting things done as well. But i love the dynamic. I love the coaching staff. There with rebecca said katie smith and gwinnett years in a sitting right next to the basketball In shell read so. I think you know there's time to figure it out. I know that they had a stretch Things look great by. They have to get it and do it again for another stretch. Yeah i mean you mentioned the three in a row coming in which included those winds over atlanta which. I was impressed by because they did it. In different ways first time they played atlanta still was not as involved second game..
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23andMe Is Sharing Genetic Data with Drug Giant
"The pharmaceutical company is investing three hundred million dollars US in twenty three and me in an effort to develop new drugs. MARCY Arnab sqi has concerns about collaborations. Like this one. She's the executive director of the center for genetics and society. We reached her in Berkeley, California, MS darn asking what is twenty three and me getting out of this deal with GlaxoSmithKline, twenty three and me getting a very large fusion of money, three hundred million dollars and what is GS que get out of it and she cake. It's access to a Hugh. Huge trove of information to the DNA sequences of twenty three's customers and also to other lifestyle information that customers have shared with the company. Why would they want the lifestyle information? Well, they want to look at all sorts of correlations between DNA and health information, environmental information. That's what makes it valuable. What concerns do you have about a deal like this? Well, you know, I think that the main one for me, there's a number, but the main one for me is that this is not what people expected when they sent in their spit kits to twenty three and me, and you only need to look at the Twitter feed to see how surprised and upset. A lot of people are to know that the company that they thought was selling them spit kits in fact, is selling their information to a big drug company that's going to profit and so is twenty three me off any discoveries that. Are made, but there was a press release from the of twenty three in me that assured people that customers can choose whether they want to participate in this type of research, they can opt in or opt out at any time he'd said, so isn't it up to the people who use the service to read the fine print and find out how the information's being used as a legal matter? Of course it is. And yes, twenty three and me did put all that information in the agreement that they sent to their customers. But as a practical matter, as we've learned from people's agreements with the Facebook terms, we don't really read those very carefully and we don't really think through what all the ramifications and implications are. So I think the publicity around this deal is really going to help people realize that you know, they need to think about Twenty-three in me, not as this hip cool startup, but as a part of big pharma will let me play devil's advocate, what what's wrong with doing this? Why? Why shouldn't they be able to get a look at all of this data in the name of trying to make. Medicine's what's at risk for these customers? Well, sure. That's the right question. And of course, we all want drugs to treat people who are sick. But when you think about our history with big pharma, we know that sometimes those drugs aren't safe. Sometimes they're not affective, and especially lately too many of them have been priced at obscene levels that makes them on affordable and inaccessible to a lot of people. So in your mind, it's it's, it's not it's it's a question of whether you feel good about helping big pharma. Yeah, and and you know, when you listen to the rhetoric of the marketing rhetoric and the website, say of twenty in me, you know, they talk about developing life-saving drugs and and yes, that's what we want, but they did not really make it clear in their marketing and self presentation that their business model really doesn't have to do with selling spit kits to regular people. It has to do with making money off the information. Nation that their customers are paying them to to provide and then using that data to generate profit for themselves. Other issues that arise here, I was listening to the two companies, chief scientific officers being interviewed, and one of them was talking about leveraging the information of these patients. Shouldn't they be getting recommence if in fact it is bare information that is being used to create drugs that may become profitable will some people have suggested that they should get rebates. But you know if the if GSA k. or twenty three and me sends a few people, the ninety nine dollar fee. That might be one way to address something, but maybe there has to be some public interest agreements about pricing so that any drugs that are developed are widely available, I guess in general, you know, we have as a society..