33 Burst results for "Chief Engineer"
Internet: Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months
"It sounds like the plot of a SCIFI novel. In fact, it's literally part of the plot of a sci-fi novel. I read last month Hank Greens a beautifully foolish endeavor every morning for eighteen months the broadband Internet went out in a small village in Wales. Engineers ran a cable replacement program, but it didn't work every morning at seven am on the dut the Internet would go out for the entire village. The engineers were stumped into the used a monitoring device called a spectrum analyzer and walked around the village looking for electrical noise. Engineer Michael Jones said quotes at seven. Am like clockwork. It happened our device picked up a large burst of electrical interference in the village end quote. But it was not alien tech, it was instead a secondhand television set that an anonymous householder was turning on every morning at seven am and which omitted enough true `interference specifically a single high level impulse noise or nine to affect the broadband signal and knockout the Internet in the whole village. The TV owner has said that they were mortified and has agreed not to turn the TV on ever again. Quoting BBC Suzanne Rutherford Open reached chief engineers lead for Wales said anything with electrical components from outdoor lights to microwaves can potentially have an impact on broadband connections. We just advise the public to make sure that they're electrical appliances are properly certified and meet current British standards she said and quotes. which is good to know except most people probably wouldn't be aware that their device is causing any sort of problem i. mean it took them eighteen months to work this out I don't think that your average Joe would necessarily ever think that technology like outdated TV could affect modern tech like broadband but of course, it can and I do think it's interesting to see the interplay of older and newer technology and almost reminds me of how devices that run on electricite go haywire at hogwarts because all of the magic interferes with them, which was definitely based on a real scientific theory and not a convenient explanation as to why the characters didn't watch TV or use computers.
"chief engineer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Down to unknown corridor. Using just their flashlights, had head labs and and hero cams. They record damaging evidence on their cameras. Clean the place out. They see that every door that they go through. It is open, which means that this vessel was rigged to sink that the captain had ensured that water would be able to freely move from one area of the ship to The other flooding compartment after compartment. It also means they're taking on water faster and faster and they need to get off the thunder. They still haven't found their dead toothfish. When my chief engineer enters the fish hold the deck of which is slick and he slips and falls and hits the deck, he slides down the incline. Almost like it's a water slide and smashes against the side of the wall. And that's where they see toothfish for the first time, they say bags and bags. Anything. They grabbed one of the toothfish about four or five feet in length. They grab it, put it in a bag, and then they're ready to disembark. The sinking thunder. Good job. Finally, after 37 minutes on board, they get into the small bone and come back to the safety of the ball..
"chief engineer" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break
"Bob What are the questions that we like to ask? Our audience is sort of how your interest in space began. Could you share your story? Yeah I began as a kid on. It's really was triggered a lot by the Apollo program. I Don Ankle. Who used to be quite active and getting the latest Glossy brochures that material formed in the United States constantly in India. Nice so is the read all the stuff that he got and just call it up. And that's how I got interested in space. That's wonderful now you with JPL. Obviously you're working on ingenuity. The Mars helicopter the Mars rover Kansas. Little bit more about your current role with ingenuity. I'm known as the chief engineer on that Chief Engineer Throughout the project and but both in the phase where built the helicopter and over the next Yoga getting ready to operates Marceau. It's being the chiefs year. Who's responsible for you? Know the technical design and being dignity of the entire during system. Well that's wonderful on within. We're all fascinated by his. Obviously this will be the first time that a helicopter will be flown on another planet. I was just wondering you can just tell us more sort of give us a general overview about ingenuity size in general capabilities. Yes engineer. Keep is a because technology. Demonstration mission. Is Students. Prove that we can add this new area. Dimension door exploration of Mars So far it'd be a look at it from the arbit- their land in a few places and the of roads and a few others Rollers are you know. While very capable are limited in how far they can go and they can what all they can access and providing an aerial dimension dislike. You know the explosion of grown here on earth is added that additional exploration capability additional mobility capability. So that's what we're aiming to demonstrate Here on on Mars are demonstrating is One point two one point eight kilograms which about four pounds. Wow and it's but one point two meters diameter which is about four feet. And it's what we have on the over if you'll be dropped off do a demonstration and based upon everything we learn The next generation of Mars helicopters that would actually be focused on science and exploration would then become possible. This wonderful too because again the mission is I understand of perseverance. The Rover is obviously cutting searching for signs of Ancient Life Collecting Samples Rock and sediment for possible potential return to the earth. But as you said for ingenuity this is a technology demonstration. Can you get a little bit more? So what are the parameters of proving? The technology works right so we have you know built our helicopter. Interested that as much as we could your you have a big vacuum chamber. That's about eight meters. The twenty five feet You know re pump it down the back with carbon dioxide just like Mars. We built a gravity offload device to make the effects of Mar Lamar sabotage and they did a lot of testing of the Sunday. Copter here or not but at the end of the day testing it in the real environment is the real proof the bid pudding and so this is an experiment where we will be conducting the experiment or thirty days on Mars on Mars. Those days are called solves today. Salsa Mars and during that phase we hope to fly about five times Even the first light will be a tremendous. You know moment for us to be what we call it. Our right brothers moment if you will And then after that also the course of the five flights that they're getting a lot of engineering telemetry and Dr Really confirmed that all the models and computer simulations and design ideas at the had really do work the way we expected to on Mar so we will do the experiment for thirty days and then be perseverance over goes on to do its main mission which is really you know. Look for signs of you know life. That may have been there in the past. So we're just a little Adjunct to that main mission and we will host a lot summit. Well that'll be fascinating. When when thing to obviously drones on on earth there were played with power problems. How how long is it? GonNa last now. As an sad for ingenuity it can receive an electrical charge from the rover and then afterward actually generates its own power through solar panel. It's one of you. Just tell us more about how we power and how long it typically will last right so our ingenuity helicopter is Design don't play very short mission so we are attacked animal. We fly about a half two minutes And but as the future larger helicopters you know if you know that be would consider like in the ten to fifty on Category would you know Fly For many minutes Compared to our Little Lead Judy. So most energy during regular operating on Mars Katy spent Just starting to stay warm for the mind and heating up various things that need to be heated up before they can be operated before the flight only about a quarter to a third of our energies really useful flight So that energy comes from a solar panel we have a solar panel that can disagree top of the battery every day and if he chose to we could actually fly every day though deems current thinking is that we have a three day for kids. Because you need to understand the results after each fly unplanned for the next Light and make sure we doing things safely. Opt solar panel is once we are on the surface but on the VETA- Mars You know just like your Batteries in your various gadgets you know. Chile drain over time. We get a P dodig bursts off charge from the rover on Mars. But once every two weeks or so just to sort of keep the battery At the right level throughout the entire crews and that our sent to in an electrical line unbelievable line that separates get dropped off into service. So it's the mother ship power you know the early part of the journey that itself solar panels. That's fascinating now. Obviously if all goes according to schedule the mission is scheduled actually land on Mars in the crater on February. Eighteenth Twenty twenty one. I.
What is the Green Propellant Infusion Mission?
"Propellant infusion mission one of NASA's technology demonstration missions marks the first time a green propellant has been I used as the propulsion system for a satellite May Allen Program Chief Engineer and Ronald Spores Program Manager. Both from AEROJET. Rocketdyne adine explain some of the benefits of this technology agreed. Propellant is propound that is more environmentally safe and safer for human handling of the propellant a pound and it doesn't require the suits and everything that many of the propellants used today would require for safety. Green propulsion enables apples the cubesats to be built in smaller size because the propellant is very dense it also has much better performance. It has basically about got a fifty percent increase in gas. Mileage launched into space aboard a SPACEX rocket. NASA will now begin a year long evaluation of how the satellite performs using being the new fuel and once proven in flight both NASA and commercial spacecraft could be going green for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer honor for
"chief engineer" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"No it down to anything to have a little problem down we start at well you should get a phone okay number he put it here in the break we were unable to reach store now but we we'll continue to drop you know hours I was speaking in the hall with the chief engineer Frank your name yeah about the about the you know hello that's kind of strange that I would go with that yeah and he said well he said he thought is probably pretty good choice if you think about it the alternative would be pale met are you gonna do frankly that well absolutely hacking up like that yeah my drone I'm ready it but we have been successful I think they all the do not a radio badger Rado crackers coming back so you can get your tickets by color that are on your cell phone starting yeah no rating we back it's back and it's bigger than ever the nut cracker actually back in a few our for you Gigi customers pile not we know is good for you he's terribly in which you're having terrible it worse I'm sorry I'm sorry we all laughed a woman's right twenty it was weird let's go to all men are forever toil little heart you know we can we can move forward well I don't in such a good one last not I quite like what it learns a room going for only so you have to do we were we were VS in last night and hunter gets in the sun casino I like to play the drums on the stone no and he'll pull the shirt up and he can't he he'll just do one hand I have shown how to info here this they love to do it is so funny I mean guys it don't matter if you're twenty months older thirty six you know we all find humor in the same thing what a brother now I know I mean it really is around may never worn listen thank about it great great it is to be made in rated as we may never win one going remote it better for the file nine that yeah you never.
Boeing 737 Max chief to retire amid executive shuffle
"Kharaldine. Chief Engineer for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. John Hamilton is resigning from the company. Hamilton was most notably most recently known and as the person who was sitting next to Dennis Muilenburg when he was on Capitol Hill for a couple of congressional hearings and he was asked a number of questions about engineers ears or employees at Boeing expressing concerns about the development of seven thirty seven Max so again John Hamilton. Chief Engineer for Boeing Commercial. Airplanes is is resigning. The company says he planned to retire last year. He pushed it off. They said to work on helping. Get the Max back his departure now. The latest executive to to leave the company as they continue to wrestle with the seven thirty seven. Max
Marie Yovanovitch will testify Friday in the Trump impeachment hearings
"Now while house Democrats hold more closed door impeachment hearings public testimony is expected tomorrow from the former US ambassador to Ukraine Arizona congressman Paul Gosar appears to support a conspiracy theory that Jeffrey acting didn't kill himself while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges he sent twenty three tweets during yesterday's impeachment hearings the first letter of each tweet spelled out of steam didn't kill himself Dr Suzanne singer a member of the Navajo tribe in chief engineer of native renewables in flagstaff is one of nine women being recognized by the department of energy for achievements in clean energy she co founded the nonprofit to help figure out how to get fifteen thousand Navajo families access to
Can Global Shipping Go Zero Carbon?
"You might surprise you that I have not been on a giant shipping vessel. Before what are they like. Yeah I don't vote either. Mattie were ship usually journalists right so I went with a couple of colleagues. Visit this cargo ship in Baltimore. Anything interesting something that was representative of with the industry. Let me tell you. That's extremely large. It's like a cliff rising above you as you drive up to it. Rebecca they they were very welcoming ships. Chief Engineer Alexi Booze Loft gave us a tour of the ship's engine room. Okay what does an engine room looked like. Because I'm picturing like old timey men shoveling coal into a fire. It's very Titanic well there were old timey man but other than that. It's completely different so it has a huge engine the size of multiple city buses. But what I noticed was the smell smell. This is a smelly more guessing oil more humor. Yeah so it. Alexi is currently pointing out that it smells even worse than their than if they were burning gasoline because they're burning heavy fuel oil and there are like rows and rows of tanks and fuel. Oil is really thick and dark. It's like the stuff you put in your car but like on steroids it froze and it covers everything it touches like all the parts of the engine in this thick gunk. And there's so much of it that Alexi. He spends a lot of his daily cleaning components components and he collects all that gunk in fifty five gallon drums of what he calls. SLOP SLOP is never good. Yeah it's it's very gross. So why are we using this stuff. Well it's dirty but gets the job done packs a lot of energy into a relatively small volume and it's really cheap to buy right now. Is there a cleaner fuel. That could provide the same kind of energy sure maybe Some people point to liquefied natural gas that's cleaner than heavy fuel oil although it's still a fossil fuel so you're going to get some greenhouse gas emissions another option could be hydrogen okay hydrogen. I've heard of it. The most common element in our universe. Electrically Yeah you can use it to make electricity without generating any greenhouse gas emissions at all no soot sulfur zero here too gross stuff. None of it and the technology to do that. It's been around for decades called the hydrogen fuel cell. It's so old that at this point it's really safe. We have good regulations to keep the hydrogen safe. What's new and still unproven? Is this idea of putting fuel cells onto ships. Yes and to work out the specifics of how to do that. There's actually a group that's building ship. We're going to another ship leaving Baltimore. We're we're going to cross the country we're going to Oakland I visited this shipyard where there's a ferry under construction that's actually going to be powered by hydrogen fuel cells so no carbon it. It's actually going to be the first coastguard certified hydrogen powered vessel ever in the US. Just pretty cool. So what does this hydrogen-powered in powered boat look like well. When I went to see it earlier this year it was just an aluminum frame? Okay but that's because it was still in a relatively relatively early phase of construction it will look like a ship and in the meantime I got the founder of the company Joepat to show me around and sort of point out where everything was going to be. This is the floor. This is kind of where everybody sits. And then it's everything down from up on the deck when it's done that's where the hydrogen fuel cells. We're going to go okay. So let's walk through the science of how hydrogen fuel cell actually works. Okay so it's nothing like the combustion engine that you're used to in like your car car. In those you burn fuel you combust it to create energy and so what comes out is gross pollution right. It has like sued soot and all sorts of stuff that is not very nice in it right in a fuel cell just converts hydrogen or another fuel directly into electricity through a different reaction so no combustion nobody inning. no-boom exactly know boom. That's like the tagline for fuel cells. But seriously it's super simple. You're just combining oxygen with hydrogen and creating trysofi. You can use that electricity to turn a propeller in this case and you don't get all that nasty stuff right so instead of like a city. Gross rose exhaust. The fuel cell just gives off water and heat exactly so instead of like carbon and gross. Exhausting me out of your tailpipe you just have this this mean moist air and we can condense the water that the fuel cells produce has it goes out the exhaust pipe. The exhaust ask schools down in the water falls out of it. It's like like raining and we collect water and we'll use it for onboard drinking. They're using the water from the exhaust as drinking water. Yeah give me that sweet sweet exhaust water. Yeah sounds delicious right. It's actually to clean. What does that mean you've ever had distilled water? Sure sure yeah. It tastes kind of weird. This is so clean that they'll have to add minerals back into it so it doesn't taste weird okay so this is my question. If hydrogen is so easy like what's why haven't we been doing this already. Well for one thing. Fossil fuels have been really expensive for a really long time really ubiquitous easy easy to get. Don't pay a lot also. Hydrogen can be difficult to store. So there's a barrier to entry there and compared to heavy fuel oil and I really like at this point. It's so interesting that you don't think about it. A lot shipping hydrogen. Like getting it to where you need it to be able to feel things. It's expensive and we don't have great infrastructure for are distributing hydrogen across the country. So obviously building all that would cost money and would take time. Okay what else. Well fuel oil well is dirty but it has a major upside which is that it can pack a lot of energy into every drop. It's got a lot of exactly tons of youth in a very very small space with hydrogen. You get less bang for your buck. You need more of it to get the same amount of power and that's problem because you're on a boat remember so so you don't have unlimited space for a really long time. Engineers had just assumed that you need to get so much. Hydrogen power ship. It wouldn't work. It wouldn't fit but then Joepat and his team what they did with their building on here is this analysis where they found that. Actually it probably is possible to get enough hydrogen onto a ship to power Howard at least for some types of ships some designs. So that's what they're testing here. They have this design. They're going to build a ferry. See if they can prove it works. Gotcha okay so he got to ask is like from a carbon cutting perspective there would definitely be some carbon costs to building all these new ships that would use these fuel cells or like retrofit. The old ones right. Yeah yeah totally retrofitting building ships. It would cost a lot of money. Middle Out of carbon but hydrogen right now. Most of it that's produced in the. US is actually produced using natural gas. So it's not completely clean right putting clean and scare quotes so even though when you're actually using the fuel cells they don't emit carbon to get that hydrogen there is a carbon footprint. Exactly and then we go back to the sort of building the cost of building new technology. This is an example of something that we see across the economy. Right when you want to transition your economy from systems that were more polluting systems that are less polluting. You're in a bind because you have to use the old technology to build the new technology right so this this is just something that comes with the territory and there's a question about well. How cleanly can you build the nuclear technology all right regardless of that like are we really going to be able to scale this up to a point where it would make a big difference? I mean listen. I'm not going to sit here. And guaranteed the entire global shipping. Industry is going to change over to a new fuel. That's what I thought we were. We're doing here. Oh wait sorry I you know I mean. Here's the thing we're talking about. Global warming right emitting greenhouse gases all that pollution. It's creating the eating problems for the shipping industry. There's an incentive for them to scale this back because imagine you run a global shipping company hurricanes are getting more severe just issues one effective table right not great for ships bad for business so there's already a financial incentive to switch over to something and hydrogen appears to be one good bit right. That's why the largest shipping company in the world has made this zero emission. Promise but one company really make that big of a difference. Yeah I think it will and the analysts I talked to you. Think Gobble too because there just aren't that many big shipping companies in the world so when one really big company like Maersk makes this kind of promise if they follow through it could make a really a big dent. One Way to think about it would be like if all of the car manufacturers in North America of a sudden banded together and we're like we're only manufacturing facturing electric cars from now on. Wow Okay right. So that's like a pretty big deal and it seems possible that if this new ferry and other other prototypes can prove that. This is possible the way they'll do. It is using hydrogen.
Interviewing Paul Wilson with Bell V-280 Valor
"Our guest this episode is Paul Wilson he's chief engineer for the Bell v Two Eighty Valor program the V. Two eighties New Tilt Rotor in Paul leads the the engineering team responsible for the execution of all development efforts on the V. Two eighty joint multi-role tech demonstration and future version goal lift programs before he joined Bell Paul served in the US Air Force as an acquisitions in aerospace engineering officer and at Bell Oh but prior to his current role. Paul led the V. Two eighty vehicle systems team in the development and testing of flight control avionics propulsion in mechanics call systems all of that culminated in the successful first flight in two thousand seventeen and in his time at Bell Paul served in other leadership roles including as project manager for the for seven G X autopilot development and certification program and as the ipt lead for els vehicle management systems and integrated vehicle health management technology. Ira De Paul will come to the airplane Geeks podcast thank you for having me on glad to be with you now we're going to jump right in with appall and we'll come back to the nation news after that breath as I mentioned the Bell v Tweety Valor He's a tilt rotor aircraft it was selected by the US Army for the joint multi-role technology demonstrator phase which is a precursor for future vertical lift that program Paul can you tell us what those programs are in what is the US army looking for here blue it'd be glad to share that so we've been working here a bell on the Jamar Tech Demonstrator multi-role Tech Demonstrator Program for the for the six years and when the army started this effort about six years ago their objective was to support risk reduction technology ration- but really to get at the The key technical development areas I would support informing the art of the possible bowl for future vertical lift so future vertical lift is the future program of record those are the aircraft were trying to field in the future to the war fighter and then the joint multi-role demonstrator program is all the activities that go to reduce risk and informed capabilities and requirements for that future production program so as part of that future vertical lift the is actually composed of multiple classes over craft sizes of aircraft everything from what we call a capability set one aircraft which would be a light scout aircraft to the capability Lee said three which is the program that I'm working on the beach you eighty program we'll talk more about that up to potentially capability set five aircraft would be Think of a C. One thirty size vertical platform so really encompasses a large range of sizes of Eric craft and for the joint multi-role Tek demonstrator program we're focused on an aircraft that would be sized around providing black cock you age sixty like capability so the army wanted a platform like the age sixty from a size standpoint but that could bride longer longer range capability more speed capability improved hover performance in addition to improving things like survivor ability affordability etc and so the program that I've been working on has been focused on that future Blackhawk replacement aircraft from a construction standpoint and so over the past six years we've designed built and have now for the past two years been flying bells under a craft the beach you eighty which is for that Blackhawk replacement type aircraft and then going forward that future vertical lift program of record would again have multiple sizes of aircraft and the army is currently focused as part of their modernisation priority he's the two aircraft saw a platforms of their focused on in the near term are a small scout platform and that program is called the future attack reconnaissance aircraft and then the Blackhawk replacement aircraft which that firm is called the future long range assaults aircraft and so all the work we've been doing here over the past several years has been going towards again in formula requirements and reducing risk for that future long-range assault aircraft or the replacement for for the Black Hawk and there are as I understand it a number of companies that have been working in this area trying to develop things but it has has the army essentially made a down select to to you and in companies that is that where we stand on this now no so we're the program stands right now is a net tech demonstration phase and so as part of that the army a selected four OEM's For four manufacturers two of which were to build a build and fly tests demonstrator craft and then two other companies that were doing a ground based development or testing and so the two aircraft that are currently As part of the flight test program under the tech demonstration phase are bell with rb two eighty platform and Secorski Boeing partnership around the be one which is a different compound co ax type configuration and Adele has the the tote rotor version and then so that is not a competitive fly off at the end of the tech demonstration effort again we're reducing risks informing requirements and capabilities to help define help to find the technologies and read it technip technical readiness of that future platform on the record side so the programmer record which will end up being competitive would be the future long-range assault aircraft platform and so the army's working there acquis in strategy basically to develop continue to develop these capabilities continued inform requirements that would lead towards the record a couple years down the road I see okay the good that that makes a lot of sense and let me just also say at this point for for you listening that we have a number of pretty getting videos that bell has produced that show this aircraft to eighty hour in we'll have those in the show notes with your you know if you're at home or someplace in front of a computer as we're talking is you're listening to this as we're talking you might want to take a look at the show notes it airplane Geeks dot com slash five seven six and take a look at some of those those videos David where are you going to interject something hadn't planned on it but since you're asking I thought I heard you I've been on view to whole time if you're hearing me it's voices in your head could be Whoa Tilt Rotor over standard conventional helicopters and then a little bit more what what aspects of the tilt rotor different some say the V twenty two the current production tilt rotor. Sure Yeah Greg Greg question so the capability that tilt rotor brings is the combination of vertical lift capability with wing borne flight
Lawmakers to grill Boeing CEO on 737 Max planes after crashes
"Boeing's top executive admits the aircraft maker committed mistakes that led to two deadly crashes of it's seven thirty seven MAX jets and peers David Schaper reports Boeing CEO Dennis Mollen Burke will testify today to a Senate committee in the first of two days of congressional hearings following boss Melander willing knowledge that both crashes involve the repeated activation of a new flight control system that investigators say forced the planes into uncontrollable nose dives those crashes killed three hundred and forty six people in prepared remarks released by the company Mullen Berg tells a Senate committee quote we know we made mistakes and got some things wrong we own that and we are fixing them the Boeing CEO in the company's chief engineer will likely face tough questions about how they develop that system with a single point of failure and whether they misled regulators about
"This small space craft. The size of a mini refrigerator is packed with cutting edge green technology this is being the new fuel and once proven in-flight both NASA and commercial spacecraft could be going green for innovation. Now I'm I used as the propulsion system for a satellite May Allen Program Chief Engineer and Ronald Spores Program manager both from aerojet rocks apples the cubesats to be built in smaller size because the propellant is very dense it also has much better performance it has basically got a fifty percent increase in gas. Mileage launched into space aboard a SPACEX rocket NASA will now begin a year long evaluation of how the satellite performs pounds and it doesn't require the suits and everything that many of the propellants used today would require for safety green propulsion and get dine explain some of the benefits of this technology agreed propellant is a propellant that is more environmentally safe and safer for human handling of the circling innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through Collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V..
Airline went into records after Max crash, engineer says
"A former Ethiopian airlines employee says someone got into the records of the Chicago based Boeing jet that crashed in March one day after the incident a former chief engineer for Ethiopian airlines says in a whistle blower complaint the maintenance records of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jet that crashed in March were tampered with one day after the crash that killed all one hundred fifty seven people on board Joonas yes you knew who resigned this summer spoke with the Associated Press the person not intending to maintenix edited some single on March eleventh yes you do says the airline has a pattern of fabricating documents and signing off on shoddy repairs three other former Ethiopian airlines employees who spoke to the AP back yes in his criticism of the company's maintenance
"chief engineer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And its chief engineer for commercial airlines have been invited to testify before Congress at the end of next month Boeing says it is reviewing the invitation and plans to continue cooperating with Congress CBS is Chris van Cleve some big tech executives facing lawmakers who have questions about the rise of extremism on social media platforms leaders from Facebook Twitter and Google will testify before. Senate committee on Wednesday to explore digital responsibility when it comes to mass islands in extremism that is spread online according to the Senate committee on commerce science and transportation the hearing will examine the proliferation of extremism online and explore the effectiveness of industry efforts to remove violent content from online platforms this comes in the wake of recent incidents of mass violence the hearing featuring a number of tech industry representatives will be live streamed in as like a terra ABC news Washington Twitter's public policy director Nick pickles insists that the platform there is making progress to try to curb extremist content policies are designed to keep people safe on Twitter and they continuously evolve to reflect the realities of the will be a price to members on the Senate panel on violent extremism and digital responsibility were listening but they pushed pickles to improve Twitter's tactics in preventing content that can evade their anti terrorist programs Facebook teaming up with police to spot live streamed shootings say nets editor at large insure says the social media giants we'll have a learning curve Facebook automated systems don't have a lot of experience with shootings like they don't know what a shooting looks like and the computer has to know what these things look like before you can decide that it is this thing and so what they're doing is they're working with the Metropolitan Police in the UK to gather up video from firearms training and to see that into Facebook's computer systems and help it identify a shooting so that hopefully you know of course it would be wonderful if it never happened again but if someone decides to use Facebook in that way again Facebook can stop it earlier hopefully police in the nation's largest city looking to re for members of the Jewish community they feel safety concerns after a spike in hate crimes Jewish high holidays approach amid incidents and threats of violence there's a cloud over this high holy day period and my PT chaplain rabbi Alvin cast noted an increase in anti semitic crime specifically in hate crimes generally more them involved vandalism but there have been. some assaults it only strengthens our resolve to combat any and all forms of bias prejudice and hate police commissioner James o'neill told Jewish community leaders there's no need to cut our this isn't it time for fear it's a time for vigilance of these will be deployed to synagogues during rush a shot and you'll keep poor Aron Kader ski ABC news New York there's an investigation underway in need of after someone wrote swastikas in the boys bathroom stall at Needham high the hateful graffiti discovered in that bathroom on Monday it's the second time since the beginning of the school year a swastikas been found in the school bathroom the graffiti spend removed school officials have created an anonymous phone line for students in order to offer tips to solve those.
NASA Is Going Green
"This small space craft the size of a mini refrigerator is packed with cutting edge green technology innovation now the green propellant infusion mission one of Nasr's technology a demonstration missions marks the first time a green propellant has been used as the propulsion system for a satellite May Allen Program Chief Engineer and Ronald Spores Program Manager both from aerojet Rocketdyne adine explain some of the benefits of this technology agreed propellant is a propellant that is more environmentally safe and safer for human handling of the propellant and it doesn't require the suits and everything that many of the propellants used today would require for safety green propulsion enables the cubesats to be built in smaller size because the propellant is very dense it also has much better performance. It has basically about got a fifty percent increase in gas mileage launched into space aboard a SPACEX rocket NASA will now begin a year long evaluation of how the satellite performs using the new fuel and once proven in-flight both NASA and commercial.
"chief engineer" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Well, now Ross was was going that was a known thing. It was Rory. We weren't quite sure about the time. But some. Rawson flavio. I was chief engineer time. Russell flavio. But when you may to to become technical director when when Ross left, and I really didn't want to do the I had the best job and stone. Why did I want anything else? But they. Persuaded me that was the right thing to do. Which in retrospect, I'm so glad I did too. But then when Michael said, well, what about for aria? I said, you know, taking on this challenge. And if I go to for our I'm just going to be a rice engineer, and I've got a chance Benneton being technical director. And things I wanted to do lots things add let so much from Ross wonderful guy to work for Assad Rory with me had been my mental for really since. I started in in Formula one even a little bit before, you know, he'd been a friend knocker coal. So I I was absolutely determined. I was gonna make Benneton work. Without Michael not to me was much more interesting in a much harder challenge than going to for Ari repeating it all every game with a red shirt on instead of blue shirt. I didn't seem should traction in that when I guess we talked about. But it's big it's ready to become a championship. So she Maccabi the Rajoy always after that. They was the right team. But with not necessarily the the right drivers. Well, I it was a bit more than that. Because to be honest. We then went into an era where we were really struggling for money. I remember. As you when you were in the championship. You have see reap the benefits of it. Both in terms of the the the money that used to get from from Bernie in those days and. And the sponsorship, and I remember we thought long and hard about what we should be doing with it. And essentially that money went into building Wintel attend Stein. Presenters we moved into the late nineties. It really was was difficult. And it's funny. When people talk about the cost of gang racing these days, which. Yes, they are incredibly high. But people talk about the cost of engines as part of it now in the late nineties. I remember signing off on seventeen million pounds for engines, the soup tech engine, and at the end of the getting another Bill because we done more testing than we plan to do. So you know, it was really expensive going going racing in in those days and Benneton being a private company better. I successful very wealthy company. They weren't prepared to start pouring money into formula. One in the way for aria that time particularly were doing so becoming more and more difficult and the late nineties became very much about. Really? I think I could see the writing on the wall. And I knew that only the only future we could have was to become a manufacturer's team. And so that that was very much ambition in ninety eight ninety nine to two hope that the manufacturer will come along bias because Reynaud was the the sort of logical woman using their engines they were making noises about coming into to Formula one Flavio Briatore he was not involved with the team at that time, the Benneton family put their own people in and move Flavio on Flavio wanted to get back. He was the sort of middleman between Benetton and Renault. And so that's the way it went. But I think to answer your question. No until until we became a manufacturer team built the team up again to what was required by the mid two thousand which was. An immensely different team to mid nineties in terms of size in terms of ability in terms of equipment until we got to that we weren't going to another championship. Whereas for our with ad. They were ready. So very logical thing for Michael today. Of course, it in the end, it was it was that renting yourself nonetheless that not throwing she backed off the perch. Yes. Irony in that isn't an. Well, thank you very much in Science Fantastic. Tom your rights the benefit somebody worked so closely with him stalk about him. So thanks very much persimmons. Pleasure fascinating stuff. From Pat Simmons really interesting to see what it was like working up close with with Markelle Schumacher, Glenn. How do you think we should look back those Benetton years?.
"chief engineer" Discussed on KGO 810
"The world and technology also extends into the solar system. Which is why we're here to celebrate. With Dr David Livingston hotel Mars for the extremely successful. And now famous forever NASA mission called dawn, and it's a pleasure to welcome. The man who has watched on success all these decades. Mark Raymond the director and chief engineer for Nasr's dawn mission. This takes us back to the beginning of the twenty-first century. When NASA I approve the dawn mission, Mark. It's wonderful. Celebrate celebrate. But let's do some facts here, and how you survived Nastase budgets and several administrations and then the risks of the solar system itself. Dawn's original mission was. Was air marked a go in two thousand and one. How was that mission described to NASA that they said go do it. What was the MVP and good evening to you? Mar good evening to you, John. And he was well, David it's nice to talk to both of you. And I appreciate your having me on your show. So dawn's objective when NASA approved it was to become the only spacecraft ever, or at least the first spacecraft ever to orbit. Too distant a solar system bodies. Zastava and series, which are the two largest and most massive objects in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter and the objective of orbiting these two destinations was to map them study their composition their internal structure and to learn about these two alien world. I want to congratulate NASA listening very carefully because they have good days and bad days that in December of two thousand one when NASA approved the discovery mission proposal for dawn, it also approved the same time, the Kepler exit plant survey, this is to genius ideas. Born in the same month. Good for NASA. David. Mark. Hi, good to talk to you. Don has two thousand and one early two thousand technology on board if it had twenty eighteen technology on board would it be far more capable. And would you have gotten far more information from the mission? We certainly would have gotten more information. And yes, it would have been more capable as well. I think that's just the that's the nature of progress. But the main results of dawn the main result. I don't think would be that different because we transformed Vesta and series from essentially unknown worlds really little more than just points of light in the night sky into richly detailed portrait. And so this first this reconnaissance of these two worlds the first investigation of it the first to see what they look like and how they work. The that sort of accomplishment, really doesn't depend on on the details of the technology. Nevertheless, of course, we could have learned even more than we did. There were three instruments of success on board Dong, the three instruments that could have been more. But that's what you got Khazar budgets in all directions framing camera and a spectrometer and gamma Ray neutron detector, did you did you need all three Mark. And were they all equally successful. They certainly were all equally successful. And I think we do need all three the camera. Of course, we're all visual creatures. You like pictures ball, your listeners like pictures. I like pictures everybody likes pictures, and so we took over one hundred thousand pictures over the course of the mission the spectrometer actually is two instruments visible spectrometer and an infrared spectrometer and together they help tell. Tell us what minerals are present on best and series, and the gamma Ray and neutron detector tells us what elements are there that is which which items in the periodic table if people remember from their high school chemistry which items in that periodic table are present down to about a yard or so underground. And in what abundance we also had the capability to measure, the internal structure of vest and series with another investigation. And so we really learned about these bodies from the center all the way to the surface. David. One of the things that I believe was the first which I don't think can be overlooked. I'd love to know whose idea was it. And how it got approved was ion propulsion to use for dawn. Well, so the the mission does indeed use I on propulsion and without it. It would have been impossible to orbit both series. But it's not the first the first interplanetary mission to us. I am propulsion was deep space one which I was also fortunate enough to be responsible for what was it chief by taking four years to reach orbit Avesta. Well, one of the characteristics of ion propulsion, although it can achieve fantastically high velocity far greater than is possible with chemical propulsion is it's very gradual. It's what I like to call acceleration with patients and so much of that four years was gradually changing the spacecraft's orbit around the sun jet Li's rusting with this ion propulsion system, unlike chemical systems, which thrust for a few minutes or so during the course of a multi mission the ion propulsion is going most of the time. In fact, Don spent more time in space thrusting with Italian propulsion system than not most most spacecraft coast, just like earth than the moon coast around in orbit. And so that four years was spent thrusting with the ion propulsion systems, so that we could grab. Actually, get out of Vesta slip into an slip into orbit around. It david. The ion propulsion was just one ion propulsion or was it multiple engines, what did it actually look like what was the configuration? So we have three ion engines on dawn, but we only ever operate one at a time. And the reason we carried three is we had so much thrusting to do over the course of the mission that we knew one wouldn't last long enough that is they wear out. And so we needed to and in the usual spirit of redundancy. We carry the third in case there was a problem with one as it turns out we used all three and they all three performed beautifully right to the end of the mission. John goes into orbit around Vesta. This is an asteroid, but it's also large enough to be a proto planet. You mmediately discovered grooves. What were those? What did they tell you, Mark? Yeah. So these grooves are actually canyons rival the Grand Canyon. Size. So they only look like grooves from a from a distance up close. These are enormous features. There are more than ninety of them circling Vesta near its equator, and we now know that most of them are a result of a giant impact that occurred sometime around two billion years ago, deep invest, a southern hemisphere, and this impact excavated, a crater more than three hundred miles in diameter and imparted so much energy to Vesta that this whole small planet like world reverberated and the energy ended up causing this tremendous disruption near the equator, and creating these huge canyons. So it's it's geologically active. This is a planet. It is. It's it's now understood to be more closely related to the terrestrial planets one of which is right underneath our feet. Then. It is to typical asteroids, which are much much smaller and really are largely chunks of rock Vesta like our planet has a dense core surrounded by a mantle surrounded by a crust and exhibits or has has experienced many of the same geological processes, David. Is it more closely related to terrestrial planet like earth or two series? It's actually more closely related to a terrestrial planet like earth. It's it's largely composed of rock Laker is whereas series, which I guess we'll discuss more in a moment has a tremendous amount of water. Most of it frozen and salts there were dark spots on the surface a vest. I remember this report coming in. What did they turn out to be Mark? So there are bright and dark regions. I should mention Vesta is actually one of the brightest objects in the main asteroid belt and indeed the only one bright enough for you to see with your naked eye. If you live in a place that doesn't have city lights which most of us, don't, but the dark material is largely believed to be material that was delivered to the surface of Vesta by impacts from other objects in the main asked. Right belt. Lives in sort of a rough and tumble neighborhood. And so it's constantly being pummeled. Do we have vested here on earth? Do we? I mean, if if it's being hit did stuff from Vesta flight worth. That's a great question. Yes, we do. In fact, we now know that something like six percent that's one in every sixteen meteorites seem to fall to earth actually came from Vesta from that impact that I mentioned that occur two billion years ago. Excavated this huge crater, it's sprayed out so much material. Some of it escaped from Vesta went into its own orbits around the sun. And then when it made its way to earth at fell to the ground, and so we have more material from Vesta actually than we do from the moon, even accounting for the eight hundred and forty pounds of material that Apollo astronauts brought David. Could if we go back to Vesta would it be possible to do a soft landing on Vesta? Or does it not have enough gravity to do that? What would that be like? Well, it's in fact, it has so much gravity that a soft landing. There would be difficult. It certainly could be done with a large enough budget. But for example, it was the gravity was too high for dawn to have landed. Even if we wanted to and we didn't because we wanted to depart to go onto series, but because Vesta is farther away than Mars and doesn't have an atmosphere to slow down a spacecraft. It would be a challenge to land. I mean, think of the wonderful success of in sight on Mars just a few just quite recently a few days ago. The that Mars is close and it's easy to get to. And it has an atmosphere to help slow the spacecraft down vest is farther away and doesn't. Have an atmosphere to help slow it down. So a landing. There would be quite a challenge. This hotel Mars, David Livingston. I are enjoying our conversation with Mark Raymond director. And chief engineer for NASA spectacularly successful dawn mission..
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft runs out of fuel in the asteroid belt
"Sarah's Dodd kept working longer than expected and mission director and chief engineer Mark Raymond insists he wasn't sad. He said Don was a spectacular success by any measure. It carried humankind on a truly amazing deep-space adventure with studying discoveries. That's just as Don will stay in orbit around Sara's for decades. Hey, hey, my my Neil young is calling Daryl Hannah his wife, the seventy two year old rock and Roll Hall of Famer and the fifty seven year old splash actress had been mum on the subject reports of their marriage leaked back in August. But young set a pro gun control post on his website Wednesday, featuring a new performance of his nineteen seventy song Ohio that my wife, Daryl, and I put this video
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft runs out of fuel in the asteroid belt
"Vesta, Don went into orbit around the dwarf planet. Sarah. Chris Don kept working longer than expected and mission director and chief engineer Mark Raymond insists it wasn't sad. He said Don was a spectacular success by any measure. It carried humankind on a truly amazing deep space adventure with stunning discoveries. That's just as Don will stay in orbit around Sara's for decades. North and South Korea have agreed to officially inform. The International Olympic Committee of their intent to co host the twenty thirty two summer Olympics is AP. Correspondent Karen Shamas reports. It's another sign of warming relations between the two countries Korean sports officials often
Geoff Emerick, Beatles Recording Engineer, Dead at 72
"And Jeff Emmerick medicine news here, the Beatles. Chief recording engineer who worked on some the band's most seminal albums has died. According to his manager. He was seventy two and believed have suffered from a heart attack. America was born December fifth nineteen Forty-five began working as the assistant engineer at Abbey Road. And and that just fifteen years old he worked with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, the studio he worked on such recordings. As love me. Do I wanna hold your hand? She loves you a hard day's night and later became the band's chief engineer for revolver sergeant Pepper's lonely heart clubs banned the white album and Abbey Road. So producer passed away. Seventy two
Ford Celebrates Its 10 Millionth Mustang
"Ford is riding high in the. Saddle today with the ten million Ford Mustang coming, off the line at the flat rock assembly plant and. WJR's Ken Rogulski is there dick it's almost a party atmosphere here at the flat rock assembly plant as the ten million Ford Mustang is set to roll off. The assembly line sometime around eleven ten or eleven twenty this morning Carl whitmire is the Mustangs chief engineer Yup big celebration for the plant here at flat. Rock big celebration. For the team big celebration for the community we. Have a lot of people brought their cars in we're trying to get one of. Every model year to. Show up in spell out ten million we're just tremendously excited for the car it's real celebration for the. Community everybody's had a memory in Mustang and it's all. Those millions of memories of your father's car the car you met your wife in. I mean there's just so many different. Stories I've heard last. Four years in this job it's just the celebration of not. Only the car but everybody I had one enjoyed having a caravan of Mustang set. Off from the Ford glasshouse shortly after. Nine. Thirty this morning for a short road rally all. The way down here the. Flat rock assembly plant and. With the state police escort are pulling in right now. On this parking lot there is a huge white painted pony and right below it Mustang and. When the car is finished being built. It'll be driven here by two. Ford employees and when the ten, million Mustang is done being built it'll be driven out here. For everybody to take a
Tesla engineering head Doug Field steps down and Musk says Tesla pushed out 7000 cars last week
"To leave your pet at home if your plans involve fireworks we always see people there with animals and loose leashes and the animals are terrified i mean they're sitting here you can tell as soon as the fireworks are going off really nervous so that's not good because then you could have bites accidental bites and for the dogs themselves it's horrible he adds keep a close eye on your pet if you take them to the picnic because many foods contain artificial sweeteners that can kill a dog robert surfer cbs news pittsburgh news time six twenty five and allocate that'll be a business reporters jeff bellinger from bloomberg business stocks ended in up and down session with modest gains trading was light the dow jones industrials rose thirty six points nearly two tenths percent to twenty four thousand three hundred seven the nasdaq closed fifty seven points higher a gain of three quarters percent the s and p five hundred gained eight points or three tenths percent tesla manage to make a key production target it bill just over five thousand model three sedan last week about one in five of the electric vehicles came off a makeshift assembly line set up in a tent on the grounds of tesla's california assembly plant tesla confirmed after the markets closed that chief engineer doug field is leaving the company after nearly five years at the electric car maker construction spending picked up in may the tom department says outlays increased four tenths percent for the month to a seasonally adjusted.
Mariah Carey reveals bipolar disorder diagnosis
"Mariah carey has gone public with a very private personal crisis we've seen mariah carey struggle breakdown hospitalized for what looks like manic episodes turns out that's exactly what was going on she reveals in people magazine that she suffers from bipolar disorder which can cause periods of depression as well as manic episodes called hypo mania she was diagnosed in two thousand one and says she spent years in denial not dealing with the disease afraid of ending her career but now she says she's in therapy and on medication and in a really good place correspondent jason nathanson reporting the creator and star of the amazon series one mississippi is now headed to outer space hollywood reporter says pignataro has joined the cast of star trek discovery for a second season on the streaming service cbs all access she's taking on the role of chief engineer denise reno of the uss hiawatha we just news time one thirty nine at mattress firm we think of our customers as family so we'd like to extend our friends and family sale.
"chief engineer" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo aaa traffic westbound five twelve the approach life five we still have a congoing crashes bolkiah right lane causing some minor delays through the south sound the good news though you're looking at a pretty easy drive otherwise both directions of i five wide open between seattle building bridges looking good in both directions the four zero five pretty much wide open between renton and bothell traffic at nine twenty four well hi there i hope you enjoyed your sunday we got some good sun breaks by the end of the night will cool down to the mid forties for overnight lows and start to clear out some of the rain and the cloud cover by midday tomorrow we should start to see some nice sunshine our temperatures in the upper fifties to low to mid sixties for some of us so it's gonna be a great day to get out and go gardening as we push towards the rest of the week in wet and windy comes tuesday new systems arrive on wednesday and thursday and through the rest of the weekend from the komo weather center i'm aaron ski start your engines and they're off back to our auto expert nick miles this is komo news welcome back to our auto expert so i was very impressed with the brand new lincoln aviator that was shown off for the first time in new york and it comes on the back of the car that won the north american truck of the year award which was the navigator and we're fortunate enough to have joining us today and you can eoghan who is the chief engineer for the navigator andrew are you very proud of the fact that you walked away with out award for north american truck of the year with the navigator thank you for having me on your on your show.
"chief engineer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The equipment was twenty years old so here we are i want to thank all the people involved well done including mr producer and our buddy zach achey in our buddy bob the chief engineer who else do i need to thank rich everybody all right well here i am again i guess the lone wolf that doesn't sound right along voice maybe no i don't believe the government should get involved in regulating facebook i don't believe they should be broken up i don't believe the government should get involved in regulating google i don't think they should be broken up i don't believe the government should get involved in regulating twitter i don't think they should be broken up i don't think the government should get involved in harassing him son what the hell is going on with conservatives in this country they stand for anything anything we stand for government interference on a massive scale and the private sector oh while they don't treat us right well out produce them create something else find another way that's the american way all they should be taxed so so there no level playing field with other people we tax and i'll get into that in a moment we sound like a bunch of leftists time leftists we should unleash the antitrust division against them no we shouldn't is everybody at progressive now now let's go to amazon for a moment president put out a few tweets and he said a few things that i strongly disagree with first of all he says they've gotten a free ride with their cushy treatment from the us postal service no they haven't amazon makes the postal service money the postal service loses money on first class mail.
"chief engineer" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Answer i mean that wasn't that far out of line i mean you can you expect even that person well we'll talk about that much experience he doesn't know what you know things i you have to listen to the station and no there's a problem and that's what you have to do now when i was a program director if a problem like that came up that would be above my pay grade because i'm not a i'm not an engineer but i would call the chief engineer immediately and say you better figure out what that is you better fix it i wouldn't be sitting there going i don't know that's what you pay the engineer for no no okay sorry i bothered you probably big insane i think i listened to station more than ada i don't disagree with that and you go deep to by going on those hd sure that doesn't even appear on that person's are you kidding if you wanna hear trainwreck against alerts to the hd channels hd two hundred eighty three do you know there's an all mormon format called the mormon channel i'm making it up yeah do you know there's an hd two gentlemen does the k rock format from the eighties when it was called rock of the eighties my god there is a mormon channel i maybe dean.
"chief engineer" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"Sounds like this was it was a goal to try to advance your career i guess would be the opening go what what was the thing that was driving you along that way right so i i think you know every i think every well i won't say every engineer i think i think a lot of engineers entered the engineering field sort of seeing chief engineer function as sort of a pinnacle of that career it's where it's sort of recognized as well this is what i would like to be when i grow up you know some people aspire to program management some people aspire to to flight directors or astronauts right but sort of in the engineering field you kind of look at that job and you go wow that if you're a chief engineer somebody thinks you must know like a lot about engineering and a lot about systems engineering and a lot about dealing with teams which are all things i was interested in and had sort of worked on my career size climbing climbing towards that climbing towards that end goal and so just in the you know in the process it can take just a lot of persistence and sticking with it it's funny that you would say persistence because when i talk out in universities or even in great schools i that's probably the thing i talked most students about it's not i mean i don't consider myself the world's best engineer i mean i'm a good engineer a solid academic background purdue was great i've got great life experience but i have a ton of subject matter experts that worked with me on orion and propped up every decision we made in orion i was never the best pyro guy or the best structures guy or the best engine guy.
"chief engineer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Be this easy the rail authority's chief engineer says that the they're going to need more land is set the whole thing down but the county is set the whole thing down this is this is ridiculous not one more piece of pavement or whatever whatever they're doing is a glee on operators the dow closed up four hundred ten points nasdaq added one of seven isabey at thirty six gold down slightly to thirteen 25 announced oil up a bit fifty nine sixty at a barrel so cal weather from kfi slight chance of showers through the night with iceland rain possible tomorrow fifties and sixties partly cloudy and a little warmer wednesday through the weekend '60s and '70s right now in newport beach it's 57 degrees same for fountain valley it's fifty one in santa rita 57 in west hollywood we lead local live from the kfi 24hour newsroom i'm aaron bender yes sir he's a so we do not too he's abbott said the life all right here we go kfi am 640 the stock market was up um uh moves at three four hundred and ten point judd added nearly two percent today while but my denny's what the toilet down a dime socks please don't say denny's toilet i love denny's i love that denny's stock too i just don't buy stocks by tesla stock is up five dollars and thirty one cents ya one year to date is it up a little bit not much your date up a fouled true fifty bucks but it was i mean tesla was at three 83 that was a high on the roads at it that's the alltime high three 83 for tesla yeah and now it's at two three fifteen so tsa off a little bit but i still think in the long run that is a a hell of a stock tesla on all right let's get into the story here this is.
"chief engineer" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Two choline about compression calling kelly yeah yeah yeah adam and jones the expert now as world expert our chief engineer here and then she went to google and then now she's a facebook and she's the world expert in everything having to do with video i think rams louis yeah yeah pretty aggressive she's she's where i go i go for school you know and that say in a lot yet by experts though no nada a guy i go over them i spent a lot of time with in she i can only handle a couple of hours at a time before i got a headache you know to a friend absorbed the information blood of youtube where are you watching dead poet's off a vitamins of your not soft my actions at euro so this is the upgraded forecasts dre and i i really think that yes great but she was saying you know one of the things that that are a her opinion as as if you're going to do forte hdr you wanted to throw a lot of band with the people because the uh the if the have a four k tv for cage trt be they probably have a good internet connection you know there's like this later you know yeah ideas out of you don't have that and so and the best thing about the iphone is you don't worry about the issue might cause right no hemi cables are causing the most headaches for everybody just to get 4for4 at of from the source to the television is like playing roulette whether your cable work or not but it just works on an iphone because there's no cable and ball and a lot of as the case the run by the way we've been doing for great for a long time with monitors and it turns out how long that run is is a big numerous new know have to we find that some of the high ones are shielded alex which is causing all sorts of problems for people yeah yeah the um we find that over six feet it's that's weren't really becomes an issue of of whether it's going to work or not but um but yeah so i mean like my home connection out i mean tests at like except for yesterday when comcast went down yeah well as weird what uh yoho lemme lemme show you.
"chief engineer" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"The the kelly johnson the chief engineer for lockheed uh was one of the people who took these flights and they flew out of all of the oldest territory in southern it added its adjacent in nevada test site where the course there were testing nukes at the time and the uh uh uh ellis airforce base which is where they have was the most there a bombing runs through that area and they found a strip put just call group blake it's a natural without sort the airstrip that they developed over a dry like very much like edwards was when i was first developed and it was perfect for the purposes because not only was an airstrip in the middle of nowhere but it also had no place where you can see it from ground level that was surrounded by mountains and all sides so there's no way at prying eyes and outside the base could see it the only way you can see it at the time was to fly over it and of course they had uh uh a fighter jets protecting you from a flying in restricted areas of course today now thanks to satellite anybody can just type area fifty one into a google uh search you for for uh a google maps and you can see it instantly when the first hitch you'll get uh but at the time it was very well protected by the fa no prying eyes to see it at any point and once they got that it had different names depending on whether the air airforce's cia you're talking to they they gave a nicknames like paradise ranch and things like that now that was mostly to to make the various employees of lockheed in the air force feel idea less uh fighters than they were for living in the middle of a hellish nevada desert with nothing else and so they call that paradise rent to sell it to the people who had to be stuck out there and then it basically you know kept on doing its purpose which is threatened in the 1950s and '60s it was top secret no nobody was allowed to know about except those who are on the uh the inner most circle and where they tested first u2 spy plane of course the famous one shot down a russia gary powers.
"chief engineer" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And i did have a chief engineer said well you gotta make sure advance this has to be could see this will be resolute i didn't smoke but the my boss did and it but they the i don't know what and i i do know that the that attitudes changed but there is a those boundaries were were very clear well you and i always think about law and order were that seems like the da's all have a bottle of hard liquor why is that they're always having cocktails that every show and and i can remember when mary tyler moore was on and that's your reason i want to be in the media was because lou grant had a bottle and we get drunk in his office i john what a great job to have i was just i just finished a stranger things on net flex lots of kids it's it's it's really is great show remains be kind of the of the e t sandlot mixed with the xfiles it really is good the kids are great but i kept waiting for the kids to go into their bedroom break out a bottle of scotch while they were talking about what was going on i because you see it in every you see it in every show now they'll just you know okay and then they just i mean they're just drinking all the time showtime ray donovan rate donovan the character has not been sober in six years it's a great point that there's always a there's always a price to pay if you're smoking in a movie or in a tv series ragged but it seems like drinking has never known sled the.
"chief engineer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Third lane it's a quick a cheap facts rather than spending around 65 million dollars to reconfigure bridges and onramps we're trying to squeeze as much as we can out of operational improvements if we can make some restripe in work to make some concessions to make the overall system work better that's where we're at right now chief engineer josh lately there will be access restrictions put in place as well people coming on i two 25 south from dt see boulevard yourself seventy or east quincy won't be able to merge too i 25 south calgary barriers will be put in place gunshots jolted some csu students out of their sleep around two thursday morning at fort collins that happened outside of an offcampus apartment building just west of campus 10 10 gunshots give um shirley after that now there's a female right outside our window that was asking for help there and route speaking with cbs four three people were shot and killed in the seven hundred block of city park avenue one person was injured police say one of those who died attended csu for college police also say the suspect is among those who were shot the manual sanders is an ankle is not broken and the swelling is going down guy luke kennard display udal i'm optimistic about playing next week sanders was injured in last weekend's loss to the giants kelly coverage of this week's broncos game against the chargers begins at eight a m sunday kickoff at 225 never has earned a perfect score from the human rights campaign for lgbtq civil rights the media nisa bull equality index looks at laws and policies and ranks them for their inclusivity of lgbtq residents denver is the only city in colorado to earn a perfect score as fall to the blues 43 heretics update at twelve thirty rod dawson koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm no major delays cross milehigh high cities all interstates here in town are moving at posted speeds i 25 it's three clear in both directions from castle rock up to the tech center it from the du campus through the northwest parkway interchange it 25 also in great shape as you make the trek across aurora and oliver major sidestreets also having an easy go vet this early morning hours six out of had on the traffic leader on the traffic leader of know what's ahead there is a crash in front of you that is a tough drive which koa newsradio this is.
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"Three us marines are missing in the ocean off the coast of australia in the crash of their marine osprey aircraft military officials are saying that the cause of the crash is under investigation but it happened during in their words regularly scheduled operations the mv twenty two osprey took off from a us navy warship and a defence official tells fox news the aircraft crashed as it attempted to land on that warship the mv 22 ice cream is used to transport marines into battle officials say twenty six service members were on board the aircraft at the time the craft 23 are safe barber the aircraft was operating from the us as border bouchard at the time of the crash the navy now identifying the sailor lost this week from the u s s steve him in the south china sea as the ship's chief engineer lieutenant steven hopkins use presumed to have gone overboard the navy with assistance from china or japan search for him for several days the united nations security council voted unanimously on saturday to punish north korea for its missile program the sanctions package banning exports of coal lead and seafood the most the resolution we've passed is a strong united step toward holding north korea accountable for its behavior us un ambassador nikki haley it's the largest sanctions package ever aimed at the north that could cost the regime of kim jonghoon one billion dollars the fbi now leading the investigation into a bomb and get a muslim community center in bloomington minnesota the muslim americans society of minnesota condemns this arson attack and the most of american society off first energy wired of ten thousand dollars.
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"News in la city firefighter has died two days after a training accident the body of twenty nine year old kelly wong has been moved to the la county coroner's office in a long procession of fire trucks ones infant son and widow were held in comforted by other firefighters as the american flag that covered his body was folded fire department chief engineer ralph therocess i ask that the people of this city express their support i wanna thank them for that support and we ask for their prayers and thought long cell from an aerial ladders saturday during high rise training in downtown ally eric leonard kfi news the wildfires threat in southern california has grown along with the grass la county fire chief darrel odds visas the grass is thicker than usual because of the wet winter expecting to have more fire starts because of the grass crop in addition to arm complexities because we under under that grass crop we have five years of debt growth he says people living in cities that border wilderness should clear brash and grass from around the property statewide sixteen thousand acres have already burned this year that's what david your average the news is brought to you by summit lending in realty london's mayor says terrorist will be defeated i wanna send a clear a message to the sick and evil extremists commits these hideous crimes mayor said he says terrorist will not win as a proud and patriotic british mostly i say this you're not commit these disgusting acts in my police in london say they have searched homes and made several arrests in connection with an attack over the weekend in which seven people were killed bill cosby is gone on trial in pennsylvania on charges he dragged in sexually assaulted a woman more than a decade ago the accuser is expected to testify by so is a second woman who claims caused the dragged in sexually assaulted her nineteen six abc news chief analysts dan abraham says that second woman will be a key witness for the prosecution if the jury believes.