35 Burst results for "Cambridge"
Are We Going to Give Up and Give the Left Everything They Want?
"Lot of inspiration from Churchill because I know a lot of you feel as if we are all alone and that things are falling apart, especially after the unfortunate and just quite honestly, inexplicable news at times Carrie Lake losing independence on election day, voting machines going down on election day, the we can look to that sort of message of the only thing that the other side needs for their victory. The thing that they need for victory is for us to surrender and the question is, are we going to say that we will never surrender? I know a lot of you are exhausted and fatigued and many of you are just so sick and tired of this. You know, I was actually supposed to be right now in the UK. I was actually going to go visit blend in palace and all that. I canceled the whole thing. There's too much going on here in this country. America first is not just a slogan. You actually have to live out America first. I was going to go debate at the Oxford union. I was going to go speak at the Cambridge, all really nice stuff. You know, stuff that is art would be great honors and all those sorts of things. The country's in way too big of a crisis right now. Donald Trump is announcing for president tonight. We're going to be looking very closely at that. Obviously, what's going on in Arizona the attorney general's race, there's leadership elections in the house, the house representatives still not called. And so here we are. We need to ask ourselves the question, will we surrender? Are we just going to give up and give the left everything that they've been asking for?
Professor Dave Brat: The Globalists Are Creating Armageddon
"Not a dean of any business school anywhere, but am I wrong or is the fact that we've been in two quarters of negative growth? Doesn't that mean professor bratt that we are in a recession? Yeah, well, I think you qualify the dean's spirit. I call ban in the dawn of Oxford, so I'll make you the honorary Donovan Cambridge. So you're unequivocally. I'll be a visiting fellow. How's that? I love the visiting fellow. Good. Your point. Yeah, no. It's just and I don't even call these, you know, partisan or political anything anymore. It's just the globalists implanted people on both sides of the aisle. They've been winning. They're now losing, they've created just Armageddon and almost literally, right? That was just remarks last week, financially economically, culturally, religiously, financially, spiritually, every which way, right? It's not just economic the American people across the spectrum. I think are going to revolt
Eric and the Late Walter Hooper Discuss Burning Significant Documents
"Wanted to ask you yesterday we were talking about how warning major Lewis was burning things. Many things significant things. And I know that he'd written you some letters. And I was wondering, did you bring those letters to burn here today? I did, yeah. Yeah, I did. Well, we'll end things on a bang. We'll burn warn these letters. It's an amazing story, and I don't know that I'll ever get over it to get the details of how it was that he was actually burning things that we now think of as treasures. We spoke yesterday about the dark tower and all kinds of other things. Were there poems that would have been burned? I think so. I think he was scooping up a great many things, but something I, because I had been C. S. Lewis, it sent me to Cambridge. This is before the burning. Had sent me to Cambridge to clear up his affairs because he didn't go. He wasn't fit to go back. So this was in 63 when you were 63. In July in August and in August, he sent me over there to deal with his cell various books. And he said, whatever papers you find appropriate to your own use or else destroy.
Jared Bernstein: It Makes Sense Polls Suggest We're in a Recession
"The White House economic adviser said on CNN's Wolf Blitzer. This is a Jared Bernstein. He's the one of the council of economic adviser members. He said that it makes perfect sense. That 64% of the people believe that we are in a session because it feels like a recession may not be by Biden's definition of recession, but it's hard to convince the American people otherwise this is in cut number 9. 64%, Jared, right now, the American people, 64% already believe the U.S. is in a recession. So what do you say to them? I say that that makes perfect sense to me that people would answer a poll with that kind of a response. And the reason is, is because if you actually look at how the group that designates recessions, it's a group of economists in Cambridge and the national bureau of economic research, it's a fairly technical set of analyses that we've been talking about throughout the week. But most people are thinking about inflation. They're thinking about the pressures on their family budgets. And it's completely understandable that they would be.
How Woke Culture Ruined Dating
"This story you'll find to be interesting because I think it says a lot about the unfortunate state of dating culture, among people in my generation. But it's a sweet story. I was visiting Cambridge back in October of 2020. We were sent home that year due to COVID. It was my junior year. And there were some friends I had who were living off campus in Cambridge, zooming. And so I just made a trip because what the hell else was I doing that semester to Cambridge to visit my friends off campus. And there's this fabulous ice cream store in Harvard square called JP lex. It's named after Jamaica plains. It's a suburb of Boston. That's what the JP stands for. They have the best ice cream. I gained 15 pounds freshman year. That I have since lost, thank God, but thanks to that ice cream. Anyway, it was late at night, and I had just seen one of my friends. And before I went back to my hotel, I had to stop there to get an ice cream cone. And I was just sitting outside. It was October. It was a nice evening. Just eating my ice cream alone. And this guy walked up to me. And he sat down with me, and I immediately sat down? Well, I should clarify. He approached, and he said, hi, I'm, oh, God, I can't remember his name, Jim, or started the Jay. I think you're really beautiful. Do you mind if I sit? And I was very, very taken aback. And he looked, you know, he didn't look menacing, so I let him sit. And he was really sweet. He was saying, I'm a graduate student. I'm living off campus, you know, what flavor is that? You know, he was just being nice. And I was so freaked out. I just sat there kind of paralyzed. And you know me, I am rarely without words. I just, I didn't know what to do. And I felt really bad, and I said to him, you know, oh, I so appreciate your, I don't know. Your forthcoming Ness or your politeness, I said something, but I'm not comfortable with this.
Sohrab Ahmari Joins Charlie to Expose Moderna's Sneaky Strategy
"So Moderna used to be a rather obscure company in 2019. Because of the gene altering technology they call the vaccine, they are now a $50 billion company. Their CEO earns over $18 million. But they want you the U.S. taxpayer to pay for their legal bills. With us to help unpack this who wrote a very interesting story about Moderna, so rob Amari, so rob, welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me. So tell us about this piece, Moderna wants you to pay its legal bills. Walk us through it. Yeah, it's a piece set up here in compact magazine, a relatively newish populist magazine that I've cofounded. And this was under my own byline. I mean, we published many other people, but I wrote this one because I personally was just really outraged by this story. Whatever you think about the efficacy of vaccines or vaccine mandates, this should not be happening. As you said, the company Moderna none of us had heard of it. Only a very few people who lived in the Boston Cambridge area where it's headquartered had heard of it. And justly so, because Moderna had never successfully brought a biopharmaceutical product or drug to the market up until the COVID pandemic happened. And then soon after the virus's genome was mapped by scientists and became publicly available, it put together a vaccine very, very quickly. In fact, it's one of its executives at the time boasted that it literally took like one hour over a weekend to get this thing done. So why was it so easy? Well, because a different pair of companies, one Canada based on one Switzerland based charge in a lawsuit that they filed against Moderna, earlier this year, that everyone knew this technology of mRNA of delivering a specific kind of genetic code to a cell and telling teaching the cell to do various things, including fighting viruses. That had been known for 20 years. What was always difficult about it was how to get the mRNA into a past the membrane of a cell into a cell safely and while maintaining its integrity. That was technology that these two companies had perfected, they say, over decades. And in other, for other product groups, Moderna actually licensed it from these two companies. But in this case, they didn't get they didn't get a license. They just borrowed, let's say. They just borrowed the technology without paying these two companies.
"cambridge" Discussed on WTOP
"Of dollars from a family owned business Fairfax Commonwealth's attorney Steve descano says the amount of money stolen in the case is already in the millions and it keeps adding up Police say Carlos camacho worked for a rental property company owned by his elderly Spanish speaking in laws has gone out believes he was able to get a phony power of attorney and for three and a half years took out several loans This fraud was able to allegedly go on so long Because the victims had no idea And they were only caught on once they were notified by the banks It's one of the largest white collar indictments in county history in tuscano says other business owners want him to search out more Financial crimes are real crimes They devastate families We take them very seriously Gigi Barnett WTO news Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is now being sued by D.C.'s attorney general carway scene over the Cambridge Analytica data breach The D.C. attorney general is accusing meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg of misleading privacy policies and failing to protect Facebook users from having their personal data collected by the British based political consultant firm Cambridge Analytica The lawsuit charges that Zuckerberg's lacks oversight contributed to the firm obtaining personal data from 87 million Americans Among those half the residents of the District of Columbia No comment from that up but the company notes that the attorney general tried but failed to add Zuckerberg to his 2018 lawsuit against Facebook The city of Alexandria is being sued for polluting the Potomac river a lawsuit filed by Potomac river keeper network or PR kn accuses the city of violating federal law by releasing toxic waste into the Potomac river for decades says they're investigation found the orinoco street outfall has been illegally releasing coal tar and creosote waste into the river continuously since at least 1975 the nonprofit wants the court to order the city to immediately stop the discharge and clean up all the contamination it created in the river Coming up on WTO former national Trey Turner returns to Nats park.
Following Jesus Is About What You Give, Not What You Get
"Judas thought that following Jesus was about what he was going to get. So he went out and said to them what will you give me? She understood that following Jesus was about what she was able to give. That's why you see missionary biographies have always had the impact that they've had. Sadly, many of them have fallen into the catalog lists of out of print tales of another era. And one of the things that might be done is the on air thing of many of these old stories and good books so that the heroes of the past might become contemporary for a new generation. So that, for example, CT stud who gave up a fortune that was his by inheritance and went off to Africa with the story of the good news, his father had been converted. As a result of the visit of moody and sankey, his father was phenomenally wealthy and stud when at Cambridge, he played cricket for England, he was, it was far better than The Great Gatsby. That's where he lived. That was his whole experience. And he actually turned his back on all of that in order to go to Africa, but he gave away his fortune and kept some bite for his wife. His wife found out about it. She was really angry because he had given her a little poem. She was supposed to say in the morning with her devotion. She was supposed to say, dear lord Jesus, you are, to me, dearer than Charlie ever could be. He wanted her to understand that so that when he died, she would know that her best friend was Jesus. And she said, why do you keep all that money back for me? He said, well, I wanted you to be okay. She said, do you think that Jesus can only look after you? And he can't look after me, give my part away as well. And so they gave it to they gave it to general booth of the Salvation army. At what was the kingdom logic? Here it goes. This is CT stud. If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice that I could ever make for him could ever be too great.
Darwin notebooks missing for 20 years returned to Cambridge
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Do Covid Precautions Work?
"The New York Times article says this. It says good morning. Life in red America and blue America is quite different. What about COVID caseloads? It says this, that there's a modest gap. This is The New York Times writing. Daily life in red and blue America has continued to be quite different over the past few months. It is a reflection over the partisan divide over COVID-19. So The New York Times is writing this, David leonhardt, and he goes through this article, and he admits the following quote. In the country's most liberal cities, many people are still avoiding restaurants. The number of seated diners last month was about 40% below pre-pandemic levels in New York Philadelphia Minneapolis and San Francisco and Cambridge, Massachusetts, according to open table. By contrast, Nashville Phoenix Charlotte and Austin, as well as in Oklahoma, Nebraska and New Hampshire. Residents and liberal cities like New York, Washington and San Jose are still spending significantly more time at home and less time at the office. In more conservative places, the rhythm of daily life has returned to nearly normal. So The New York Times is diving into the data here and they say quote, during the omicron wave, schools and heavily Democrat areas were more likely to close. Some classrooms require students to stay at home for extended periods of time. Mask wearing was very common in liberal areas, far more common in liberal communities than conservative ones. These are a stark difference that have created a kind of natural experiment. Did the omicron variant spread less in parts of the United States where social distancing and masking were more common, and The New York Times says the answer is surprisingly unclear. They say, quote, the number of official COVID cases has been somewhat higher in Democrat areas that masked and had lockdowns and lower in Republican areas, according to The New York Times, data. Now, The New York Times doesn't want to say this definitively, but they're shocked and they're confused. They say this is unclear. Now there's a reason why this is so important. We just locked down our civilization for two years, put vaccine mandates on people that did not need to get a vaccine against the virus that did not significantly threaten them. Lockdown our entire civilization and created $6 trillion as a result. But I'm very concerned by the lack of interest. From the people in charge have an honest diagnosis of what we just put our country through.
World Volcano Review-Volcano Intro and Wrap
"Twenty twenty twenty twenty one one was was a a very very busy busy year year for for people people who who monitor monitor volcanoes volcanoes the the two two eruptions eruptions that that got got the the most most media media attention attention were were in in Iceland Iceland and and La La Palma Palma in in Spain Spain and and Iceland Iceland superstructure superstructure manner manner and and since since the the thirteenth thirteenth century century I I think think Balkan Balkan allergy allergy professor professor Clive Clive Oppenheimer Oppenheimer at at the the university university of of Cambridge Cambridge says says the the Iceland Iceland volcano volcano has has a a history history if if we we look look at at the the last last ten ten thousand thousand years years or or so so they're they're interruptions interruptions that that decides decides that that lasted lasted for for a a century century or or more more that that volcano volcano has has it it caused caused a a lot lot of of damage damage Oppenheimer Oppenheimer says says it's it's a a different different story story on on the the island island of of La La Palma Palma in in Spain Spain so so the the nana nana plantations plantations being being inundated inundated with with lava lava very very very very sick sick plaza plaza it's it's just just burying burying everything everything what what is is the the volcanic volcanic outlook outlook for for twenty twenty twenty twenty two two some some of of the the old old old old faithfuls faithfuls the the million million names names like like Aetna Aetna and and strongly strongly that that they'll they'll they'll they'll continue continue doing doing nothing nothing with with more more dormant dormant volcanoes volcanoes coming coming to to life life I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
"cambridge" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Away from the wind turbine because that was a very dreary and rainy day today and to cheer us up. I bought both of us some donuts, which were about to enjoy. Then I wanted to run you through this analogy and see what you thought. So plastics to the earth are a bit like donuts to human health. We know that donuts are not very good for us. If we eat too many of them, but they serve an important function because they taste oh so good. And a bit like how plastics if we use too much of them, they end up in the oceans and cause a lot of pollution and emissions. So we need to be careful in the way that we use our plastics. And use them in moderation a bit like how we should approach eating donuts. What do you think of this analogy? I think I can work with it. I like it. Just like we have donuts as a treat. I suppose we need to be more selective where we are using plastics. And if we think about it, plastics have really fantastic properties, and that's why we do use a lot of it. They keep things durable and we need to get better at both considering end of life, possibilities of these materials as well as on the other scale, how can we make more of these from bio based resources? So coming back to the wind turbine blades. So we typically see plastic as a problem because it accumulates waste. But this plastic in the wind turbines, it seemed to me it could keep spinning for many years. So why might this plastic represent a problem then? Well, partly because wind turbine blades have a defined lifespan usually that tends to be 20 to 25 years after which a wind turbine is decommissioned. It is completely brought down and you just replace it with a new one. We consume or at least produce two and a half million tons of reinforced plastic materials specifically for wind turbine blades every year. How do these techniques for recycling reinforced plastics compared to the techniques used to recycle typical plastics you might see? That's an interesting question because the classes of the polymers that are used in reinforced plastics, particularly for wind turbines and the plastics you get in packaging are different. So the packaging plastics are fallen a category referred to as thermoplastics, which effectively when you heat them, they start to melt. And then you can mold them into a specific shape. And when you take away the heat, it retains the shape, but amazingly you can then reheat these materials and form them into a new shape again if you like. In contrast, the polymers that are used in wind turbine blades tend to be thermosets, and these initially start off as liquids and then a polymerization process leads to a hardened and cured material which is the shape that you end up with following molding. Thermosets are slightly more difficult to recycle because once they form the secured and hardened material, it's not a reversible process. So the only way to deal with them tends to be either incineration, landfilling is what is traditionally used. There are some methods in which you can reuse some of these polymers to down cycle, so integrate them for making injection molded materials, for example, the complexity of recycling becomes even more increased when you introduce fibers. It's related to the problem that we have in conventional products of mixed plastics. If you have too many different types of materials together, you need to first spend energy in separating these materials and then dealing with them. So do we need to start making wind turbines out of thermoplastics to make recycling them feasible? Again, that's a fascinating question. So there have been some efforts to make wind turbine blades with thermoplastics and the challenge with thermoplastics is that the usually start off as solids which you then need to heat up. And that's all and well if the component size is quite small, but if it's a wind turbine blade that is 25 meters long or a hundred meters long, then that becomes really almost impossible because then you need compression molding machines. So presses, and heated presses that will facilitate the fabrication of these large components. And therefore, the possibility of making them with thermoplastics is quite small, thermosets for a while will remain king. Thank you so much doctor. This has been illuminating. Shall we head back to Cambridge now? Yes, and how are.
Perseverance is Cambridge Dictionary's Word of the Year
"The Cambridge dictionary announced its twenty twenty one word of the year the word became popular thanks to NASA's Mars rover this is the name of the world the junior teenager Alex Mather won an asset naming contest it is in my opinion a central quality of human beings as a species editors at the Cambridge dictionary say online searches for the word spiked after the perseverance rover made its final descent to Mars in February it's been looked up online more than two hundred forty three thousand times around the world so far this year I realize that perseverance is not only just an important part of the mission but an important part of humans and I decided that that was the best name for the mission perseverance is defined by the Cambridge dictionary as continued effort to do or achieve something even when this is difficult or takes a long time I'm a Donahue
Author Lee Strobel: We Are More Than Our Physical Brains
"Folks I'm talking to Lee strobel, who's the author of a new book called the case for heaven, a journalist investigates evidence for life after death. I am so fascinated by this. You were just about to say something before we went to the break. Well, you made a very important point error, which is that we're not reducible to our brain. We are more than our physical brain. And how do we know that? Because there's a difference between our brain our physical brain and our consciousness, our mind or our spirit, our soul. And the example that was given to me by the neuroscientists from Cambridge University who I interviewed, doctor Sharon Derek's PhD from Cambridge, who have well-known neuroscientists who wrote a book called am I just my brain and the answer is no, you're not. But she gave an illustration. She said, what if there was a woman named Mary? And Mary was the world's leading expert on vision. She understood the physical makeup of the eye how it was constructed, the physics, the chemistry, how the eye functions how images are carried through the optic nerve, how the brain processes that. She understands it better than anybody in the world. But she's blind. What if all of a sudden for the first time, Mary received her eyesight? At that moment, would marry learn anything new about vision. Yeah. She wouldn't be able to see she'd had the first person experience of seeing no amount of knowledge about the physical working of the eye and the brain would get married to that point of that first person experience of seeing. And so consciousness and the brain are not the same thing. Consciousness or they soul or the spirit don't is distinct from the human brain. Whenever you hear people talk about the idea that the brain is a computer, blah, blah, blah, blah. And you say, what is consciousness? I mean, this is heavy stuff. Yeah. But when is it that you become conscious, computers are not conscious? How big does a computer have to be before it makes the leap to consciousness? It will never make the leap to consciousness. Because that a brain is different from a mind. And when you're talking about this, I mean, this is very heavy and there are scientists who have really puzzled over this and there are some people who just sort of assume that, well, of course, we live in material universe, but that leap, it's an infinite leap. You can never make the leap from computer to
Curtis Silwa: The New York Mayoral Candidate Who's Actually From New York
"You are the ultimate New Yorker, okay? All of us had problems with with Ed Koch. You had real problems with that Koch. But he was in New Yorker. You didn't get the impression that, you know, he kind of took the train down from Cambridge, Massachusetts. He sounded like a New Yorker. You have been in New York, your whole life. Tell us a little bit about your biography for people are just tuning in because I want people to know you who you are. I came out of a blue collar working class background in canarsie Brooklyn. My father, merchant seaman Chester for 55 years and my mother, Francesca raised both myself and my two sisters who are directly involved in my campaign to become mayor. But if we look at it, my father when he would return from being offshore for 8 months of the year, we would go down in the 1960s to an area called the boundary. Right now in Manhattan, you would have to take a reverse mortgage just to get parking space down there. Never mind living space. But back then it was where auditions and the flop houses were. What's called the derelict bombs they referred to them. And my father knew some of these men. Because he had previously been seaman with him. And he said to me, there by the grace of God go you Curtis, at any moment, this could happen to any one of us. I need to have conversation with these men. And I understood that that early age you had to be caring and compassionate. And so that's what I've done for 42 years as leader of the guardian angel. It's not just in New York City, but around the
Curtis Sliwa Makes His Bid for NYC Mayor
"Courtesy, welcome. Oh, my pleasure to join you again last time. Remember, I was on a city bike outside a prospect park. I don't believe, I don't believe you remember that. You have been so busy running for mayor. Let's frame this, okay? Because most people listen to the program. Don't live in New York, right? So number one, I want to ask you, how do you see this race shaping up? De Blasio was a full out, I mean, he's like a Biden wannabe. He is a total communist. I mean, we're not even joking, right? He's as bad as you can imagine. I've seen the city change in a few years like I never dreamt. It could change. The crime, the graffiti, the street people on the upper west side. I mean, it's an unbelievable deterioration. Number one. Number two, now you are running against Eric Adams, talk about the race as it stands now. Well, all you had to do was listen to Eric Adams on that debate stage last night and towards the end, we were asked by the moderator to give a letter grade to Bill de Blasio. Harry Adams said, B plus and that made my entire point that if the voters in New York City vote for Eric Adams did not Kurdish sleeve, you're gonna get four more years of de Blasio. What drug induced psychosis was Eric Adams in to give him a B plus. That is the ultimate in social promotion. I gave him an F and I said, I can't wait to this guy leaves New York City, goes back to Cambridge. He'll probably be an adjunct professor and ruin a whole new generation of poli sci students at
Eric and Max McLean Discuss C.S. Lewis's Greatest Sermon
"I'm talking about one of my favorite subjects ever C. S. Lewis, the author, the Christian apologist, talking to a dear friend, max McLean. Max, you've spent much of your life bringing Lewis to life on the stage. I've seen you do a number of things. They blur together in my mind. I can't remember divorce. Okay, so screw tape, the great divorce and the most in convert, which I saw what? Three years ago, I don't know. It was it opened in New York. It ran for 15 weeks in New York in 2016. Well, not only that, but I was privileged, I think in either maybe it was 2005 to see you it might have been after that, to see you give the sermon the weight of glory. The saint Mary's church in Cambridge, that's the place where Lewis gave that sermon in the 50s, I guess, 41. 41. Really? Wow. One of his most famous sermons. And it's funny as a sermon because, you know, people have different ideas of what sermons are. This is just like a spectacular essay that's also a sermon. But you memorize the whole thing. That was pretty influential in the writing of this play. In fact, the it concludes with a good bit of a weight of goy. There are no ordinary people. We've never met a mere mortal. Yeah. I'll say. I want to convert a lot of what Louis wrote into hard boiled 30s dialog. Gee joy your swell. She probably spoke like that as a New Yorker. You've done so much of this, but to bring it to the screen because that's to me, it's always been one of the frustrations of theater, is that only so many people get to the theater, and that there is something when you can put it on the screen, of course, it's different. But you had our friend Norman stone turn it into a
Students in China Are 'Crushing It' Academically
"We had some wonderful supporters of the show, callers listeners who gave a very large donation to one of our charities last year. So we invited them here to have lunch with me. They came into the studio last week. And I didn't know anything about them upset their great supporters. They just returned from four years in China, where they were running an international school day. It's a bit like, you know, the Soviet Army, an international school has to have a Chinese headmaster and a western headmaster. This lady was the western principle and her husband was one of the teachers. And she told me this story her students were just absolutely to use the vernacular crushing it academically. And they were traveling to Oxford in Cambridge, being given scholarships going to the best schools, all of them getting the best grades in the stem subjects. None of them started the humanities. It was all biology, mathematics, engineering, and so forth. And they just dominating the global academic environment. Isn't that indicative? It's not Parton parcel of this worldview that the current regime has and how the people beneath the regime are gobbling up global assets. 11 million Chinese kids take the college entrance exam each year. That's a gaucho. 50% of them are going to get university places. In other words, the Chinese government sets the threshold for failure at 50% because they know that's going to give the maximum motivation to their kids. And they work their hearts out for years, only half of them will pass. That is a brutal and ruthless meritocracy. The devil takes the hindmost. Here, we can't tolerate failure. Every kid's got to be above average. Everyone's equaled some are more equal than others, and we people who have a political lobby behind their particular ethnicity or sexual orientation. And whereas the Chinese tend to major as you said, in the stem subjects, take the toughest stuff, only 7% of our kids take engineering. We graduate 40,000 mechanical engineers a year. That's why Tim Cook says he can't build an iPhone in the United States. So the Chinese think the world is going to be there. They're on all of what the United States used to be. And they want to be the United States of 1890 crushing Britain and eating Britain's
"cambridge" Discussed on IlmFeed Podcast
"And they had no family at the time they absolutely had no family here so But for for me that is i just really i. It's something i'm interested in and to be able to tell their stories because for tweet generations on want them to know that didn't just come in the sixties and seventies in a there was a lot of the uk but there were people already here at the time they'll settle there working and You know let's tell these stories not the torah stories. That have already been held off on. I'll i'm so fascinated. I'd i'd love to read about those individuals i mean. I'm looking forward to a future books in charleston and also catching up on some of the books devoted written up. Yes so i was just going to add we've got a website. Cambridge muslim heritage The details are okay. Site just launched at that young cambridge muslim heritage. Okay excellent i wanted to also ask you an annual. It'll biography that. I read you read pretty young in in one place iran if it was if you eighteen or nineteen At the time but you married young myself married was nineteen as well engaged at eighteen and married nineteen. So i haven't met that many people. You know who who got married that young so that i felt quite that would be an interesting thing for us to speak about Because i guess the trend the moment is probably to delay orig- for girls So i thought maybe we could like explore what we've fell off some of the positives and some of the challenges of getting married young. You know like what would you say with some of the with some of the positives and festival. Why why did you get married at the age. Small my mother marian me off the age of eighteen. I think it would have been the fact that we'd all star father young age as mother to my sister me back to punkish an i..
"cambridge" Discussed on IlmFeed Podcast
"Like his name is since i a addressed you but the lower back and today i have a lovely guest with me. My guest is Heater shaheed the man. I'm going to just invite her on. And then these her. He is an author and writer. She writes historical fiction fiction and children's stories. She's won numerous civic and cultural awards for her work. Marshall la as she was born and raised in cambridge in the uk and is a trustee of the cambridge central moscow. Big echo moscow. That was recently built. Which is cambridge's first purpose built mosque. And europe's i echo mark's and it opened to the public in early twenty nine teen somaly consistency. There when they come salaam. Thank you very much for having me. I've been wanting to speak to you for a long time And i just realized that you know your north of so many books either. I hadn't even. I hadn't initially intended to speak to you about those So your your lady of many talents mashallah. What's it been like Growing up in cambridge. Because i think you'll like. I grew up in the eighties and nineties In ludden but i think you you go back even before that right so we'd love to hear about your background and especially you know. Did you always live in cambridge And have you always lived there all born and raised in cambridge. Some father he came to cambridge in nineteen fifty seven and the arrived home eastern keystone so east pakistan became bangladesh in nineteen seventy one and that was the the i was born. I was born two days before the independence. So my father had an opportunity to come to england He was often diana young age. He had siblings An umbrella Is an opportunity to come to england so you arrived in london and then solemn brought him to cambridge. Think there was work here. So he came to cambridge in nineteen fifty seven. It will september And he worked for about six seven years And my mother arrived in january nineteen sixty four And then my siblings. And i were born here so There was five of us My twin sister myself three older brothers. We all born in cambridge. And we still live here today So it was quite We've seen the community grow. We've seen how. The muslim community has grown We were one of the early families here so we can tell these stories. You know what happened in the seventies. at and it's nice to be able to tell their stories. Because i tell stories to my children because we've seen how the first mosque was established in a house on chesterton road. Then they moved to morrison road in nineteen. Eighty one to be able to tell that. I think you know underlie its is historian itself so My father passed away when i was thirteen. we're very very young and mother in law. She still alive today. She's.
Is Calorie Information Helpful? With Dr Giles Yeo
"It's an interesting time. Let's put it that way in the uk. It's been a crazy kind of year and at the moment menus are soon going to be full of calories. Now you've got to count about calories. And i was wondering if you think that this should be becoming part of the conversation is a good thing a bad thing. You know i'm gonna give you maybe a surprisingly nuanced answer. I think clearly we are in a middle of a situation in which the vast majority of noncommunicable diseases not infectious diseases we are clearly in the middle of infectious disease pandemic but non infectious diseases that we face today are diet related. Okay this is true so clearly. There's something about our food environment and how we interact and how our relationship with food which needs fixing and part of that is more information. And i think that is probably going to be helpful. But is the calorie. The right information to have i guess is is the question i'm going to give a depends on what we using it for so my colleagues here in cambridge that this is not was not work. That was done by me. They have shown that calorie information at point of purchase. Your coffee shop for example you walk by and the muffin is four hundred calories type of thing that that that information on average makes a person eight percent less likely to buy the food and hence presumably consume consumed the food. So i think what calorie information does at point of purchase in cafes restaurants is to give people pause for thought it makes people think i do i do. I need this food. Not case there is some use bought. Is it useful as a piece of information to let you know how healthy something is if something four hundred calories does it mean as healthy is. It's healthiest something. That's five hundred calories and there is going to be no.
Learn the History of Jacobson v. Massachusetts
"Case in the case, known as Jacobson vs Massachusetts. Jacobson. His lawyers argued that the Cambridge vaccination order was a violation of the 14th amendment rights. Which forbade the state from depriving any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law. Question then was whether the right to refuse vaccination was among those protected. Of the personal liberties, the Supreme Court rejected Jacobs argument and doubt the anti vaccination movement is stinging loss. Writing for the majority Justice John Marshall Harlan acknowledge the fundamental importance of personal freedom. But also recognize that rights of the individual in respect of his liberty may at times under the pressure of great dangers. Be subjected to such restraint to be enforced by reasonable regulation, says the safety of the general public main demand. This decision established what became known as the reasonableness test. The government had the authority to pass laws that restricted individual liberty if those restrictions, including the punishment for violating them were found by the court to be reasonable means for achieving a public good. Bottom line. There had to be some kind of real and substantial connection between the law itself and legitimate purposes. The Jacobson decision provided a powerful controversial president. To the extent of government authority in the early 20th century. In 1922, the Supreme Court heard another vaccination case, this time concerning a Texas student named Rosalind sucked, who was barred from attending public school because her parents refused to have her vaccinating. Zach's lawyers argue the school district ordinance requiring proof of vaccination denied her equal protection of laws. Under the 14th amendment. The court disagreed. Justice BRANDEIS wrote in the unanimous decision long before the suit was instituted, and they cite Jacobson vs
"cambridge" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
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"cambridge" Discussed on The Edition
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"cambridge" Discussed on The Edition
"Roskill voices appearing wouldn't necessarily make that accusation. I think that that would be unfair. I think being coming together for a couple of stories that have somehow got put together in a very unfortunate way. So and i said this demarcus on twitter. I'm very happy to talk about. What the church of england is saying in terms of what we want to do around developing ten thousand you christian communities and i think that's really important but not the idea of ten thousand lei leads without clergy without training without accountability. I mean stephen cultural said in the paper. This is not a dismantling of the power system. Neither is way of disregarding or devaluing ordained ministry. I mean it couldn't be clearer. Marcus from that kind of statement. Well that's true. The question is whether it's the question. Frederick meant if i'm perfectly honest and i think there are an awful lot of concerns and genuinely held and i think not unreasonable concerns about what all this is actually going to me when you talk about a mixed ecology judge we are talking about. How results of the game to be spent and when we're talking about ten thousand communities we all just talking about each of the parishes that they currently on we're talking about either buildings talking about stipendiary ministry mature matt people being trained in colleges and all that of their of their combat being able to produce something that may be of that traditional what. We are talking about substantial. This is one of the things that seven potent that i think i bring out in. The article is that there's been a serious move. In the last five years in the redirecting of scarce results in the church of england away from subsidizing parishes in the parochial system and churches that indeed in the reports that talk about the failing or churches that need to be sustained and quite often that. Because there'd been a huge change in demographic in those areas and all sorts of reasons. Why towards exciting sexy brand new projects which allotted these ten thousand new communities will probably be like a migrate concerned the consent of an awful lot of priests and laity from around the country this the house. We redirect money away from the traditional churches away. From the cia's we kind of knit away from the twelve thousand five hundred parishes that are existing some flourish some funny very difficult to make ends meet and as we recommend money away from that towards new projects and the new communities will this instead of bringing more people in and instead of revitalizing the church. Is it instead giving to be a huge displacement activity as it instead going to ensure that the older more difficult to sustain paris buildings and up closing damning sold off for housing to become a swimming pool or whatever else whilst we get a glitzy. New thing that'll get funding for five years and then he's going to fall apart. Once that funding gets pulled the fear. The great fear is mixed ecology. Jets that the archbishop of york talk sounds awfully fluffy and nightmares. All just getting along actually about trump's filming the church of england and transferring it. Has you could face asset both historical and financial away from the way that the judgment is beat. Be and what the whole lot of new exciting projects that are actually not going to do what it is that we hope that that that that it is hoped that they would do. I think i conclude you say to. You know that isn't what is plans. you'll right. There is a real challenge about resources at the moment. And we're all going to be facing that and continue to face that they're not necessarily easy answers to that within across the churches across parishes. But i've just come back to the point. The vast majority of these new christian communities will come from parishes. So let me give you a sexy example in my own parish so i am involved with a rural parish on the edge of cambridge. It's a classic one vicar. Five parishes benefits eight people going to our local church. We've started with the vicar. Another service in the village hall because actually only purely because it's a better place in the center of the village where the churches and that's it. It's really and you know they're thirty people coming to that. It's not sexy exciting. It's just that's bread and butter parish. Were that's what we've done with an eight o'clock service and a ten o'clock service and the six o'clock service so i think there's a the dangerous of creating kind of stroll person of what this might look like when actually it is the bread and butter of of our ministry to be the church where everybody is you say rightly and therefore we need as many ways as possible for us to do that but again i just quote what stevens archer should season said. This is not a dismantling of the power system neither as a way of disregarding devaluing ordained ministry and before we mentioned ten thousand you communities said comes the parish system revitalized for mission that clergy buildings are. Training are absolutely key to this. It won't happen without that. They are the cornerstone and no one is suggesting anything else. And i think it's unhelpful. When we do the trouble is day. The money doesn't follow the words. And if you look at what's happened over the last five years you've had the complete eradication of the dalai formula which was created to support the poor diocese that don't have all of the big resources and endowments of diocese like london and lincoln and the really ancient one got left legs of stuff in the middle ages and god bless the people who did that when they did but they were dicing created much more. Recently just dana the money the dollar formula wet and that was four million pounds that we spend in within the fourteen sixteen period. And out of that. Kenya's some funding for the poorest of the poor parishes which is wonderful and welcome. There are a heck of a lot of parishes between the poorest of the poor and everything else and instead that money went to fund the strategic development funding the which is not just about creating exactly what parachutes should be doing. We're delighted when appears finds a new way to reach into people found new realize that latch. You're either one. Service might work better in a village on the actually. Let's have a new revitalize nine o'clock let's do it and even we didn't even so in the city pitched it city workers and people work around miss singing even came. We will do things like that. That's wonderful bread and butter the parchment issue but that isn't what the funding is about. It's about creating a brand new church in a former chinese restaurant. Rockdale with with what finally fulltime members.
"cambridge" Discussed on The Edition
"Is frankly quite shocking. He should know better. Thank you in and harry next up a few months ago. The priests marcus. Walker rate in the spectator about the church of england plans to move away from power spending which helps the poorest diocese and instead move towards newer projects focused on bringing in new members at the time. Marcus and those who agreed with him labeled by the church as rusk voices but new reporting shows that marcus meghan closer to the mark than initially thought. He joins me now. Along with dave male director of evangelism and discipleship for the marcus. In your pieces. Week you start by talking. About the church of england. Creating ten thousand lay lead churches for the layman. Can you stop expanding. What is the leyland church to be. Perfect don't no. This is a plan that we launched last week to a certain amount of fanfare it from what we can see the intention beat of ten thousand new leyland churches and other places i talked about the lay led communities when they're using church. They suggest that they'd be stand alone as communities they might be actually a little bit more flexible but the original but the wording second seemed to be used when those looked would be that they would be the churches. Oh you suspect they would each have different forms in different nuance themselves. They say they said in the tropics. Lucia said that they would be. He's said there'd be small in nature that'd be meeting in people's homes that be twenty to thirty people attending them lisa how they intended to start. I'm probably not the best person to say what they be like. Because i'm any responding to. What been put out there in the public domain. Dave in fact might be the better person to be able to send be well. Dave not let me the question do you. What do you make of the plan for. Ten thousand lay lead churches. I'm what do. Ucla church is being. Yeah i think. I need to say i. There isn't a plan the article confuses two completely different things. So there's a thing called the gregory center which serves churches networks. It's part of the church of england. Issue is milton's involved but it's it serves denominations networks. Who made this statement about. Ten thousand lay led churches at a conference of their own with church leaders but because of an article in the church times there was a confusion then with what the church of england is saying. Because we have this developing vision and strategy which is going to our general seminar on monday. It says to clear things where we're looking for the power system to continue to be revived. Lives as it always has mission and as part of that creating ten thousand new christian communities but this language of lay leads is not anywhere any of the church of england documents it as it comes from a different organization though. Marcus says that. John mcginley launch this initiative again. He launched something to do with gregory sense and not to do with the church of england but this article just adds to the confusion of actually a story. That's not there so there wouldn't be the he'd categorically say that wouldn't be any endorsement of the idea of ten thousand lead churches or ten thousand lay led communities at all would actually be be happy to lay that to bed and to say that this has nothing to do with the movie. All we're trying to do is to look at. How do we begin to help. Parishes to create ten thousand new christian communities and the simple way that we got to ten thousand markers to be on his to say this about twelve and a half thousand parishes could we in the next ten years enable every parish to be able to create some kind of new way of connecting with people within their parish. And that's all that we're sayings but unfortunately it's got confused with the gregory center who got this particular aim for lay lead and you really need to talk to them about what they mean by leg leads. I think it's worth saying in the church of england there's always been a mutuality of clergy and lay in in terms of leading. You know that very well that the lay people are allowed to lead and are made readers church army evangelist so really important role but it's in mutual responsibility with the clergy. And you and. I know how important that is. That is all part of what the church of england is saying so. I've clearly wants to say the fears. That are being built up around. This are just not what the church ringling is thinking about. Respond to that. Well i mean it'd be very good news if the judge would actually say that this idea is being laid to rest though the idea that's come out of the gregory center actually is not one that tied together with ten thousand new communities. The general synod document is talking about. I mean they've entirely right to. The leadership of every church is a balanced between the clergy. And the laity engineer the church wardens who have responsibility for keeping ordering church with looking after the buildings representing the all of the laity about how services should be of the most important people in the church frankly and of course when it comes to who it is for whom the church whether in a broader all smaller as actually four when of course it is the laity who are the people who while the people have bought and all the people that they don't come to church you live and work in moved through the particular who live in the parishes so it'd be very good news if we can actually say no actually death idea. This plan is being put it a nonsense. And the jesuit and i would certainly welcome that if the theory were able to say that for seventy of the leadership of the data was only in february of this year that the archbishops of country and york took to the spectator to accuse. Both marcus. And our other. Right to. Emma thomson of being roscoe lee voices for voicing concerns about the direction. The church was going and do you think once again. This is another moment where we have seen..
"cambridge" Discussed on The Edition
"Institution we recognize. Finally why street is so hilarious. I up the spectators cover story. This week looks into the ever. Tighter relationship between cambridge university and china to discuss. I'm joined by the author of the peace and every breath. You take a study of china's surveillance date in williams and harry goodwin editor in chief of the cambridge student in annual cover piece. This week he look at how cambridge has somewhat compromised its integrity because of its relations with china. When did the starch become a problem. I think it's been a problem for some time but more recently it's become more serious. Cambridge would argue. They've always had a very strong relationship with china research relationship and academic interest in which which is fair enough. But i would date back the recent problems to what we might call the cameron osborne golden era and that was very much like a starting bang and everybody goes for the chinese money and it was almost as if any notion of due diligence. Any notion of caution was thrown to the wind when it became official policy to grab chinese money in chinese business. Just as quickly as you could in quantities as large as you could get hold off. And i think that the creation if we look at jesus college for instance of the china center and the uk u k china dialogue center since renamed of course date back to that era. They're both creatures of that time. And i think in both cases they were not really created as academic institutions and better seen more as ways of ingratiating jesus college with the chinese and ultimately to further other money making ventures and certainly in the early days if you look at the nature of what their programs their backers steering clear of anything which could be deemed controversial in the chinese context accepting money from the likes of while way. It was really quite disgraceful. And then if on top of that. The worthy research tie-ups which have been multiplying in terms of chinese money to finance various projects. And even when more recently it's become less fashionable shall we say an say and even though there is more concern being expressed about these sorts of tie-ups with china. This doesn't seem to have deterred cambridge which continues to throw itself at china at chinese money. One of the characters. You mentioned quite frequent in your piece. Is professor stephen toop. Who is the vice chancellor of the university. Can you paint a bit more about his involvement in all this will tube seems to be extremely enthusiastic for engagement with china and for engagement with chinese ventures which will make money for the university. He would dress this up rather differently and say that it is important that a time like this uncertainty in the world tension that academics talk to each other and that academic institutions engage with each other which is fair enough. But it's making a lot of assumptions about the nature of those institutions. That you're talking to and i think you need to be rather more hard nosed and realistic about who it is. You're talking to and the links. A lot of these places have with the communist party with communist party entities and with the security and military establishment. When it comes to research hire. You are a student at cambridge and the editor of the cambridge tied-in which is one of cambridge's may newspapers and he will say written a bit about china and cambridge. How'd you students at the moment. See cambridge's relationship with china. I think at cambridge british students. Hoop student saw apathetic Prompt de neom outcry no has any of the more latent links with the chinese government. One greek were much more exercised of is reasons. Hong kong students view in by undeb very anxious often with good reason about chinese government proxies including mainland students in some instances in the institutions like the css the chinese scholars as students association. Essentially surveillance on them will efforts to intimidate them. Which is one reason. I'm thinking to give them help. Bring roader tension in one of the points making make pieces. That cambridge strongly denies accepting chinese money in any way impinges on academic freedom. But then you also very students has harry's us have you have obviously had problems. Arise particularly ulysses chow said. He no longer about safe bombarded with nine abuse. A death threat. What do you think it means for students in cambridge. Now that will this. Chinese money is pouring in. It's certainly restricts freedom of speech for some students. at least two. I was with some hong kong students to admission to begin. They invited me to take on a pretty basic general panel discussion about human rights in china. Jin jiang hong kong never else on the bit density film and then it will happen at to because they were so scared based on their experiences in cambridge. That families that could face retribution from the chinese government. Which i found astonishing but days into now take grunted so accepting consequences as andy. Got the impression that came just now trying to win itself off chinese money or is not really address that i don't think they get it to be quite on. Its with you. We've seen the jessore the magazine of jesus college spring edition that came out. Had this extraordinary one-page statement really on the way they approach china studies and it was incredibly defensive quite prickly very much saying that we know we absolutely support academic freedom but it was it was very much voiced in a way that did not really except that the been an issue at all. And that's the sense. I get the bay regard this as being rather unpleasant unreasonable intrusion on perhaps their right to do what they want to do. And i don't detect really any sense of contrition any sense that perhaps they have overindulged. The chinese students and scholars association and i made them rather than the shorthand chinese students. Because i think there are a lot of chinese students who are concerned who do share unease about the communist party and its behaviour but for the reasons we've mentioned just do not feel. They can voice that because they are being watched effectively. The essay is a the eyes and ears of the communist party. It's linked to the embassy. It's financed by the embassy. And i don't think cambridge gets it even now even after everything which is come out about research about the intimidation of hong kong students. I just don't think that they grasp. Just how serious this is for. As a matter of whether it's free to freedom of expression or for the students themselves how do you get the impression. This is a problem. Isolated cambridge or you aware of other universities say taking as much funding from chinese government cambridge. False says any of university in extent album is witness to allow the griffith chinese influence for example. It's eating away. Where by contrast oxted has on ethical grounds seven innings. Flowery so most likely abilities app. Stephen them not cambridge which has multi million deals with awake allowed landed fund. Jesus college what pay. But wish mr too bright to introduction to and given his involvement in jinjiang camps and did some doubts about some activities. Trying surveillance interwebs. That's also benny surprise at thoughts the arab investing and just finally in it's notable that professor cheap is himself a professor of human rights. T think he has been compromised himself this xi of china. Ib totally compromised himself. I mean i remember. When i first saw his human rights background my chin hit the ground. I mean i. I think that somebody who has the training. He has who supposedly has an understanding of broader human rights concerns to be behaving towards china towards china research towards the issues we've discussed of freedom of expression in the mana..
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"We do accept walk in so you can go to Cambridge audio dot com and schedule an appointment There also do that to our Facebook page by liking us on Facebook today. We're here to help you with questions that you might have about your vehicle. Give us a call. 210737 1200. We've got a lot of great questions today. Yeah. So we definitely want to keep it up. If you have anything going on with your vehicle or have a question about it, definitely give us a call to will and 0737 1200. We will help you out. Let's go to Jack. Jack. Thank you for calling under the hood. How can we help you today? Hey, so, actually, as we speak, my oldest son is bringing a truck that he got from his grandfather back from Indiana. And in Dallas last night, his check engine light came on. So he went to AutoZone. And it's throwing the P 04 20. It's the right bank, catalytic converter and and my question. Are the fuel additives worth a lien? Or is this going to be a problem that we're going to just keep chasing around until we get the catalytic converter change? How many miles are on that truck? It's low. It's It's got 92,000. It's set. It didn't sit. But it got driven. Very little. His grandfather's 84. They just didn't go out during the year and a half of Covid so it probably only got a couple of 100 miles over the last year and a half. Yeah, um That is pretty low mileage mean converters can fail at 100,000 Mile. Mark, Um, tip. I mean, typically, they give 80,000 mile warranty on them, You know, eight years 80, you know. Um, So typically, they last longer than that, Um, I don't think I'd replace that converter right away. One. I would have a couple things done with that vehicle. First wannabe G, um, you know, fueling Jackson service might help build up, burn out any carbon and stuff from the vehicle sitting That might help. The other thing is check for any exhaust leaks around that side manifold. If you're sucking in the amount of air that will definitely throw a 4 20 code. So make sure you have no like cold Start. Um, you know, exhaust leaks anywhere near the manifold or crack near the catalytic converter or around. You know, the 02 sensor area or anything in that nature because you put a converter on there with a good visual inspection. Yeah. Um, I believe it or not getting, you know, four ft piece of garden hose. Put one end of it near your ear and kind of put the other end down there and kind of, you know, use that as a that's a scope. And if you find that you'll hear an exhaust leak. Um, pretty evident. You know, it's kind of around where the pipe bolts the manifold and whatnot. Just kind of looked at over. Really? Well, um, it might not be thrown in black suit or anything of that nature. And then, of course, when it warms up, it might seal itself off. But typically on a cold start. That's when you have an exhaust leak and that right there can definitely cause a converter to throw for 20. And there's nothing wrong with the cat just so leak in front of it. Sure that sounds good. Now it's got the, uh it's not the five point forest of the six version of the Ford engine and, uh, they don't know if if the timing belt spend change, so that's probably something with 90. We would just go ahead and noting Yeah, yeah, that's a chain motor. So there's no timing belt. Yeah, you're in good shape. Don't worry about it. Wow. Okay, Well, that's great. But, Hey, we love the show and keep up the great work. Er, thanks for the advice. You got it. Thanks for listening. There you go back. Alright, Jack. Thanks for the phone call Phone lines are open to 10737. 1200. If you have a question about your vehicle, give us a call. And that was a good question. You know, we hear about catalytic converter coats Lot. You see him a lot of shocked. And you know, like Terry said that he does. Don't want immediately condemn your catalytic converter because some of these vehicles that can be quite expensive. Yeah, and a lot of times with these codes. I mean, a lot of people, you know, throwing the 4 20 You need a cat? Um, no, it's saying you have an issue in that system doesn't mean that the converters bad majority of codes don't mean that that components bad. It just means it's You have an issue in the system with that component included. So yeah. You definitely want to spend the extra time and dig in a little deeper and check a few things before wasting your money and replacing components said Don't need to be replaced. It might you know, his cat might just need to be tightened up, You know, so Yep, absolutely. We've seen that, you know. Yep. You go in to have a I don't know. Transmission service done. They had pulled converter down or whatever, and just didn't tighten it down properly. And now you're getting a 4 20 code and all. It needs to be as readjusted and re tightened so Absolutely. And you hear us talk about diagnosing and diagnostic charges and doing all that kind of stuff, And that's kind of what were you know talking about? You know, a lot of people can you know a lot of people they have You know the card code readers that you can plug into your vehicle and find out you know what the code is that your check engine like maybe on for, but a lot of times. That doesn't pinpointed exactly what you need to. Yes, you will get a code that may point you in the direction of it could be this problem where it could be this particular part But nine times out of 10. When you get a code, it's just telling you to look in a particular area. So it does make sure you know what you're doing it yourself or you're taking it somewhere that they're actually looking at what they need to do pinpoint exactly what's causing that check in tonight for you, so I went definitely take our time at Cambridge Auto Center. You know, we don't want to, You know, just start throwing parted your vehicle and hopefully, you know, See what makes it work. We want to try to you know, we find what actually caused the problem and get it looks for you. So we definitely Help you out in that regard. If you have a question about your vehicle gives to call 210737 1200 phone lines are open. If you have a question about your vehicle, how you can maintain it to make it last longer, or if anything that you have going on with your vehicle. Have a question about that. Give us a call. 210737 1200. Phone lines are open, and I believe it was. Jerry earlier had a good question about what she should be doing to her engine as far as the eco boost in the Fords and all that, and we talked about G engine..
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"If you have a question for us, give us a call 210737 1200. Going to go to the phone lines now and talk to Rebecca. Rebecca. Thanks for calling into the hood. How can we help you today? Hello, Rebecca, you're on under the hood. Yes, I use your facility for the first time this week. And it was wonderful. Okay, and he did a wonderful job. And then I wouldn't see. Courage today because I thought I stuck something up underneath my jeep and I didn't And I just wanted you to know I appreciate all that he did for me and I have scheduled a break service and Because of your excellent service. I'm going to schedule a fuel injection service. He was up front. And I can't say anything better. And I got my my, uh Uh, My lying repaint. Replace for my, uh, vacuum and my car's running much better. And my guests. Knowledge is great. And I wanted, you know that is wonderful. Okay, well, we appreciate the feedback we really do. Thank you, Rebecca. You're welcome. Thank you. All right, Well, you have a great day and we'll see you soon. Definitely thank you for that phone call Rebecca and you know that's the kind of service that we provide for you. Cambridge Auto Centers of your You Know, maybe you're somewhere that you haven't been happy or you're taking your vehicle to the dealership and looking for somewhere else to go. We would love to be able to take care of you like that at Cambridge Auto Center. So go to our website. Cambridge audio dot com. And we will definitely take care of you just like we do, Rebecca. So we appreciate that home lines are open to 10737 1200. If you have a question about your vehicle, give us a call. So let's go to Billy. Billy. Thanks for calling under the hood are going help you today. Hey, I do that, Chief. I appreciate you guys show. It's really just been a breath of fresh air. I've turned some of my friends on to you guys. And here's my question. I've got a 2010. Expedition and I'm going to do you know the kind of routine HC tune up now, here's my question was when I take my gauges and slap them on there, and, uh, Do I need to turn both the front and rear. Um uh, functionality on the service to evaluate it properly or is, uh is that overkill? Um, yeah. You should have been a front rear unit You should have. The blowers said it like Lisa. Medium speed because that will definitely affect the pressure. If you don't have, you know, air run across evaporator coil. So, yes to answer your question. Have both of them on, you know their full blast or at least medium speed. Okay, Great. Great. Great. I have old seven Lincoln. I don't think it has a It has something that goes to the back, but I think it's both are registered front and back off. They are kicking off of the evaporated coral in the front. Is that is that correct? Um what? What model Lincoln? Such navigator of No, no, no of Tom Card. Motown card. Yeah, that shouldn't have a rear unit in it. Um, it probably does have a rear seat blower. But it actually takes the cool air from the dash through the middles console or under the seat and blows it in the rear. So okay, Great. Great. Just that's kind of what I thought. Well, listen, man, you keep the good work up. I appreciate you guys doing what you're doing. And, uh, I can resonate with the the previous caller. You guys do some fabulous work, so keep up the good work. Just keep doing what you're doing. Well, we appreciate it, Billy. Thank you. Okay. Thank you. Thanks. Thanks for the phone call. Phone lines are open to 10737. 1200. If we can help you with your vehicle, Give us a call. Let's go to Bill. Bill. Thanks for calling under the hood. How can we help you today? I'm trying to help a friend out that has a 2100 servic. And the symptom is you're driving along and it just quits. But what makes it different is even though you're still going 40 Miles an hour, your speedometer shows zero Iowa When this happens And usually if you just coast over and Pull the key out, Put everything back in again to restart it, and I'm leaning toward a bad G sweats. But I never heard your show before. So I thought I'd call in and say hi from Elgin, Texas, on AM radio and see what you had to think. Well, I appreciate the phone call. Um that's a good one. Now. Typically, this bomber is not going to go dead if it does that have a distributor with, uh, you know, wires running to each plug or did those that coil over plugs? I've never been under the hood on this car belongs to a friend of mine. Um Yeah. I mean for the sport, Honor it. Go ahead and say is this Is this a cables? Odometer, or is it electronic? Well, this cable can you continue to go? Regardless? I mean, even if the key was off, you can should be able to. So it's probably an electronic speedometer, especially being in 2000. Yeah. So, um And I mean, the only thing I can see the causing something like that is possibly like a PCM ground. Um, you might have a bad PCM. Uh, typically, ignition switch wouldn't cause that, um does the whole dash go dead or when the car stops running? Does it? Do you still have lights on the dash like Battery light. Don't know I've only been in the car once when it happened with Okay while I was in and that was during the day and the radio kept working, but none of the instruments will work. Okay on the you know the instrument console. Well, why don't you do this? I'm gonna give you the number of the shop. Give me a call on Monday and let me see if I can do a little more research for you on that. See if there's any common issues with with that type of system a symptom. Um, but yeah, the number there's 21. Oh, 697 96 100. Okay? And just ask for me. My name is Terry and I'll do a little research on it for you, Um Yeah. Typically something like that for just to shut off and die and then restart right away. Um, I'm going to probably lean, possibly more towards like a bad you know, ground, you know, to the PCM or something that nature are bad computer so But again, I'll do some research for you and see if we can get you a little closer than just a guess. All right. Well, thank you. You're welcome. All right, Bill. Thanks for the phone call. Phone lines are open to 10737. 1200. Let's go to Jerry..
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"The timeline that the White House and US President Joe Biden had they wanted this bill of comprehensive police reform to be I'm just gonna be careful here with some gunshots. Excuse us. It sounds like gunshots. And then you know what that says. They seem to be going tonight. Yeah, everybody scrambling that was frequent. That seemed to be some gunshots. We seem pretty cool, but lots and lots of shots fired. But as of last report, nobody was hit or injured by the gunfire today in Minneapolis at number two There's an interesting one. There's a W NBA player named Liz Cambridge. And Liz came, but she is a very large person. She's six FT. Eight inches tall. She weighs £235. Well. Her team was playing the Connecticut son. And the coach of the Sun wanted the refs to call fell on list. Cambridge and he said in trying to work the rafts and you know I wasn't big on working the refs when I was coaching, because I don't think it does you much good. But this coach, he said something I think most people would find pretty innocuous. He said to the refs in trying to get the call against lives, Cambridge, he said, Come on, She's like £300. She's 68 to 35. Oh man, the recipient of that she was not happy. She told us in an instagram video, very power of the big buddy, Big Ben's baby, So don't ever try to disrespect me or another woman in the league. I don't know if that's how like coaches run like you just disrespect.
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"Yeah, he'd never have to change your cooling causes Lifetime. Cool it. No, you didn't exist. So part of the plan is exactly so be it. I am definitely if you want to bring it by. We have the proper scandals to get into that vehicle and actually look a transmission data. You might have a transmission code stored in it. That you know, can kind gives going the right direction. But, um, there's no lights are gonna pop on the dash if you have an actual transmission code. Okay, okay. And I had one more. Is that possible? Absolutely. Okay. I have Ah, have a 2000 and and and, uh eight f 1 50. It's just a V six. I've taken it to everywhere in San Antonio. Now trying to save you. You two fix it already. Yeah, well, it's not a E put a new engine in it because it was giving me this problem. And so I put a brand new engine and thought it would fix it. But it didn't. Um, is the when I get to 45 miles an hour. It just it just drops back down. It doesn't want to go any higher than 45. So, um, I've taken everywhere. They thought it could be this and that and everything. But the president. It's ah f 1 50. It's 2000 and eight V six, okay? And I've taken it everywhere and they just cannot figure out what it is. But But you know, it doesn't It doesn't show any codes. It doesn't show a wrench light and it doesn't show on engine light. So it you bringing me out, fix it. So that would be that would be great. Yeah, And and, uh, you know, in the dark and put it on the scanner stuff, right? Oh, yeah way haven't ideas, which is the Ford scan tool. I can program modules like a program keys. Aiken. I just start your truck without you even having the key in it, So yeah. Y'all can figure out if if something like that would be like like if it was the overdrive, servo or something. For sure. Yeah, So whatever's going on with that I guarantee you we we way will diagnose. And if you leave out of here and doing the same thing you don't pay a dime, so well, that's good to know. Because I've taken it so many places that nobody can figure it out. So it would be nice to just get it done. We will get it done for you. I promise you All right. Cool. Thank you. You're welcome. All right, Ashley. Thanks for the phone call. Phone lines are open to 10737. 1200. We're gonna take a quick break. Excuse me. Take a quick break. Otis. If you can hold for us, we're gonna get to you as soon as we get back. I'm doing now that along with Terry told her we're from Cambridge Auto Center, and you are listening to under the hood right here on news Radio 1200 Wook..
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"Up. He could go to Cambridge auto dot com. It scheduled your appointment or you could go to our Facebook page and do that as well. And you can find out more information about us there. Today. We are here to help you with questions that you might have about your vehicle. So give us a call. Phone lines are open to 10737 1200. If you have any type of question about your vehicle, let us know we are here to help you if you have a question about maintenance What you could be doing for your vehicle in this new year. It's already 2021 good riddance, 2020 and hopefully a new year and a better year for everybody. But we always encourage you to make sure that you planned for your vehicle. You know if you're making New year's resolutions or do that kind of thing, make one for your vehicle, tried to realize staying on top of it. At least get it the end to get it checked out and see what things you might need in kind of budget that out for the year. And, uh, that kind of good stuff. So if we can help you out with questions about that, give us a call to 10737 1200. Maybe you've got a question about something that you're working on. Or just one of those issues. That's just been fucking you and you can't quite find out what's going on. Give us a call to 10737 1200. Alibis are open and we hope that everybody is enjoy the new year. Here we are. January 2nd 2021 2020 is finally over and Carrie, are you? How did you celebrate? Did all right with celebration. We were down on Fremont Street in Vegas, but They had everything closed. You couldn't get anywhere near the place. Um, we actually had a book of separate hotel room just to even get a wristband to be out on the strip. Anyway. Oh, yeah, no, Vegas was pretty much is closed down, wouldn't a lot going on, but there's still something to check off the bucket list, right? Exactly. Yes, that would be definitely put. But it was two years. Yvonne in Vegas. I've been I've been to Vegas on Halloween, and I can't imagine that's probably just this crazy but Never under years. So yeah, I didn't know what really it all I think I was in bed by maybe 11 o'clock. You're old. That's why, Yeah, you kind of Yeah, even though did he didn't do fireworks? Officially the restitution. Antonio at least downtown did do fireworks, so we were woken up. We actually have three on the line, so I know you're remote right now, and you're not seeing what's on the board, so I can't see, you know, Let's go to the E. R on line one. You're on under the hood. What can we do for you today? Okay. Like I have a 94 4 Ranger xlt and a while back. I replaced Had the fuel pump replace right? In about a month later it no. The car wouldn't start When Dana had it towed back to the shop, and they said they couldn't figure out what was wrong. This it must be the fuel pump. So I told him. I had it towed back to the original shop that put the fuel pump in right, and they They came back, they said, and the computer was bad. So they had the one of the computer and Jeter came back. And now they they they Call me up. Say, Hey, you can get your party's hold on a minute. Get back in the car, cut off and then start again, right? So, they said originally when they replaced the computer. They said the connections that went into the computer Mm hmm. We're like, you know, I don't know most up to something like that, or whatever they trace it out, said there was we found some wiring that was shorting out. So not in the fix the fix that now that you and they put the computer and now you know it's out again. So it was probably another wire short someplace. I was just a bad computer. Okay, man. Okay, um I get where you're going with with those questions, But first of all, I mean, I don't know what shop it went into. You know, I don't know their diagnostic abilities and whatnot, computers on Fords to crash and cause a vehicle not to start very slim. Um Good possibility could have just been a fuel pump issue. There could have been a security code issue, um, where you might have a like a key programming problem where it's not starting. There's a lot of things to keep that vehicle rooms. I'm not starting. So, um, without being able to, like, go behind them and see what kind of diagnostics they came up with and how they came up with it. I really couldn't tell you But to me to have a vehicle. Keep dying out like that. I don't think the original problem was fixed in the first place. Okay, So no luck shit After I had the fuel pump change, you know, I had to go to the hospital and not having to drive myself to the hospital car was stuck. In the in the lot for two weeks. So I had told you guys check out the whole card, but I just want to cry. And and so you guys went through it. And the only thing you found was that the Said. The clutch need to be replaced in the time and changing the replay, right. And like I drove it. What is it that Saturday It was a Saturday. I drove it home that Saturday and then I drove with the stretch on Sunday. Then when I came back in church, I want to go to the store and it wouldn't start Man E. If you can bring it back to us in that condition, I guarantee I can tell you exactly what's wrong with it. Um, intermittent is starting issues or sometimes the worst and hardest diagnosis. Um so Um, is it not starting now, or did you just do with one? Well, like I said, date, they put the fuel pump in. No, it was it was gonna be the fuel pump, So I took it back to them because I had to watch you on that. You know, whatever. And then they came back and said, it's not the fuel from the computer. If you consider is not sending the signal to it, the all right? So they replaced the computer and they said they'd call me up. They started up the car and they call us. Okay. You can get it. He's a little bit and went back out. This is it died and we can't get it to start again. So you gotta get out. Iconic back after the move, you know? Computers don't really go back down. There was fish in that They don't have connections were corroded or something like that. I'm gonna go bad, and they found the trace Dr Weir in the Spanish short of a gifted frames from like that together, But now he's doing it again. And put that put the communities is now we got second. Maybe there's another short someplace else in the wiring or something. I don't know, but I'm just waiting to hear back from them in the stick. You know, they they start racking a bill on you, dude. Just my name's Terry. I don't know. I don't actually own Cambridge Automotive. So you just get a hold of me. Get hold of anybody of the service. Visors up front. Get it over to us. I mean, I'll diagnosis for you for free. I mean, you know, and that way, you know for sure What's going to take you and take care of it. And you're not gonna be, um, you know? Paying for computer and stuff like that and turn around and still doing the same thing. You know, The problem is when you had it. It was right. It was e. I can't believe it. I mean, just like six months, I paid $650 with this joke, and I was like, almost $2000 trying to keep the rest. There's a bad three grand for truck. Come on. It's not a bad price. Honestly, so well, That's what I would have paid for it in the first place. But you know the reason why I brought it was it was like My kids. They don't know the engine went out in it. Just a whole nother story, But and the cheapest fresh I could get was $3100, you know? And I just found a little background mechanic guy that he said he was doing for, like, $1100 off. Great, but I could have I could have fixed this. I couldn't find him. I used to use him and I couldn't find him. And then all of a sudden I was looking to stuff and found his business card and you came out the house and check out your story. Yeah. Lovin out, but that's right. But the truck because my van was down that it had money to fix the engines. Well,.