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"cirrus" Discussed on STRUCK: A Lightning Protection Podcast

STRUCK: A Lightning Protection Podcast

02:24 min | 2 months ago

"cirrus" Discussed on STRUCK: A Lightning Protection Podcast

"They've always been there on the AMC side Parachute that thing is also that makes me feel like oh. I can go fly a plane. Maybe as long as I can deploy the parachute. They've never had a quite a number of deployments. Forget what the total number is now. But you can just go on Youtube and see the deployments because people catch them falling from the sky with a parachute landing on highways and things of that nature But the the parachute system is one of the early safety features. That was in serious and it it. It works on a rocket at Parachutists behind the passenger area the aircraft and they're straps built into the composite structure of the aircraft so as the rockets used up in the parish parachute deploys it pulls the straps out of the the outer shell of the fuselage or call it and it ties into the metal framework. It's in the middle and that's there's lift points for the for the aircraft And then it just drifts down earth. That was a very early selling point for serious. I think really set them apart. Obviously you're going to eat the weight and you're gonNA eat the complexity of having that system and also there's some there's some sort of funky legal things you'd worry about like if someone deployed it improperly or someone pulled the handle and it didn't deploy sort of thing so there's a lot of those. I'm sure there's a lot of detail work away into that system but it's saved a lot of lives at this point because occasionally a serious pilot will get in the wrong place at the wrong time or will have some sort of Medical Capella have a medical condition in the passenger. Pull the parachute and land the thing It essentially destroys the aircraft. But you can walk away from it. That's huge and really what is it. Why is it destroy the aircraft because it's actually parts of the fuselage apart and it? It's it uses it. The landing gear which are always out uses the landing gear as part of the shock. Absorption System Lena Gear. Just can't take the 'cause you're falling at a pretty good rate still with the even with the Pera. She'll only a pretty good rate. So the landing gear kind of gets banged up pretty hard and I. It's just not made to take that. Those those stresses because it's not necessarily not landing on soft cushioning pillow you're landing at a very rocky area or very wooded area until the airplanes are going to get beat up as it land that. Yeah and then you throw in the trash. That's so sad. The.

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Chicago athletes travel to Olympic qualifiers despite coronavirus scare

Nick Digilio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago athletes travel to Olympic qualifiers despite coronavirus scare

"Threat of coronavirus American athletes who are trying to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics are traveling abroad for qualifying tournaments WGN's Ryan burrows spoke with Samaria Olympic hopefuls Chicago sky and team USA women's three on three basketball player Stefanie Dolson says the week she she plays plays in in in in China China has has been been suspended suspended indefinitely indefinitely because because of of coronavirus coronavirus we we don't don't know know really really what's what's going going we we have have been been told told a a lot lot she she came came back back to to the the United United States States in in January January I I got got checks checks and and everything everything I'm I'm going going to be at a tournament next month in India Carpentersville cirrus Lingle of U. S. A. karate says she's been competing internationally despite the spread of the virus so we were coming back from France a lot of people had like face masks on U. S. athletes aren't being barred from traveling or competing in international qualifying tournaments

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What is geo-engineering and how could it help tackle climate change?

Why It Matters

09:06 min | 5 months ago

What is geo-engineering and how could it help tackle climate change?

"It sounds like something out of a movie system of satellites controller with a movie with a really big disaster detention for catastrophic weather events global scale a general store but the idea of manipulating our climate in order to survive is a real thing it's being developed by scientists right now and it's called Solar Geo Geo Engineering. The problem is it's risky I'm Gabrielle. Sierra and this is why it matters today should we dim the sky a dire warning this morning from climate experts a UN panel says governments around the world must take rapid action to curb rising temperatures plummet. Climate is now changing faster than at any point in the history of modern civilization very liveability. Our planet is extinct not in ten years twenty years thirty years but right now so solar measuring is the idea that humans might deliberately liberally alter the climate somehow to change the energy balance of the earth the reduce some of the climate change that comes from accumulated carbon dioxide. They can't undo all the environmental risks of carbon dioxide Maybe it won't even undo hardy. Any of them. We really don't know very well but it best it reduces some of them mm-hmm. That's David Keith. He's a professor of both engineering and public policy at Harvard. He's also one of the world's leading researchers on Geo Engineering so I've had a big onstage argument with Al Gore and factors did few years ago. where he I think his underlying position was that it was dangerous? Even talk about Solar Jewish assuring because it would destroy emissions cuts to me the worst way to handle this is to keep the kind of Tabu intact to not bring us is out in the open to keep not talking about it and then to get to a situation. Where even if we don't talk about it some country moves forward to deployment and we have under crisis to make decisions both about the technology and about governance? Today people are starting to talk about Solar Geo engineering a little bit and if you want to know what it is you have have to start at the beginning with climate change. So here goes the most important driver of climate changes energy use fossil fuels coal and gas and oil when they're burned to provide us all the energy that allows one hundred world to work. They put carbon dioxide in the air and that increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere makes the atmosphere try or heat and it tends to warm up the climate. A good way to understand this is to think of carbon in the atmosphere as a huge blanket covering birth it traps in the heat the more carbon in our atmosphere the hotter it gets under the blanket and that causes all sorts of changes so the most obvious one is warming warming but it will say melting ice sheets and chicken race sea levels will increase the intensity of extreme storms and rainfall events. All all those collectively will produce a series of human environmental impacts and that's where solar geo engineering comes in. But how does it work. Give me just like a step by step of that process. Sure so in a very basic way we wanna get aerosols of some sort into the upper grabs fear. Probably with specially designed planes. This is achieved. SUCCI is the research governance and public engagement fellow. Hello at the Union of concerned scientists. They would admit these aerosols which then stay in the atmosphere for on average of a year or two and then we would need to continue that process again and again to maintain the temperature. We have reduced so aerosol like hairspray basically but a different different chemical compound. Okay so these planes would fly up super high release chemical compound that would then make a cloud essentially but ah more dispersed layer that would cover the whole Globe and then do what and so that layer would reflect sunlight. The idea idea here. Is that when we bounce sunlight back into space we reduce the amount of incoming heat. So you'd have to keep doing this over and have to keep doing this has it's been tested Ed. This has not been tested. The only test we have is a natural analogue of a volcano. So the the most recent volcano that exploited that got aerosols into the stratosphere was Mount Pinatubo Nineteen ninety-one and we notice that there was about a half degree of cooling that lasted for a few months so people just look at that and they were like. Oh what's do that. I think people like. Oh that's really interesting. I think we should look into that further and then that that research led into this space as a potential way to help cool the planet. We can't just wait for volcanoes to erupt so scientists are trying to figure out synthetic ways to do the same thing and aerosols in the stratosphere are just one of the options there other ideas of manipulating cirrus clouds ways as you could reduce the amount of these thin high clouds which act as heat trappers. puzzles to modify Rian stratus clouds. Kind of Lok Lousy off say say the coast of Seattle to make them a little more effective and finally at least in principle you could imagine humanity constructing some kind of reflective shield in space between between the earth and the sun aside from these methods. There's another one that involves recreating woolly mammoths. Yep you heard that right woolly mammoths. Another plan involves spreading. Sand oversee is to keep it from melting but the one method. That's getting the most attention. And the one we're talking about today is atmospheric aerosols aerosols and a big part of this conversation is risk. Scientific risks are not willing understood. We've done a lot of modeling. The space face in there is general ideas of how it could affect precipitation or extreme weather but it's not a robust understanding and especially at you know a small enough enough scale for different countries to know how it might affect them. So what are the chances that messing with our climate this way will have side effects and unintended consequences on says it's one hundred percent certain that something you do with this scale we'll have side effects an unintended consequences. Anyone who thinks that this is some magic fix that will perfectly GLI reduced climate risks and work exactly the way we expect anybody who thinks that is not. I think we can do lots of research and we could learn a lot but at the end there will still be lots of unknowns. Are there any known risks already. Oh lots of known risks so it could deplete. The ozone layer could change the circulation the stratosphere it could cause air pollution. Because we're talking about adding aerosol so the atmosphere we know those are pollutants by blocking sunlight. It could reduce crop productivity. There is a big range of risks for each of the risks. I said they're now quite a few scientific papers. Have begun to really look at those quantitatively and for each the rest. I said it looks like based on early research that the actual scale of those risks is pretty small compared to the benefits of reduced harms through the reduction climate change. But I wouldn't leap inclusion that we know that the risks are small compared to the benefits. I think we can say will call on its is. There's enough reason into believe it could dramatically reduce human. And if I'm honest is century that it deserves serious research so what. What are the chances that some regions will suffer more from the consequences of Geo engineering than others because if someone just decides that they're going to do it it's not just gonNa Hover over one country it will affect the entire world so we know for sure? There are ways that you ensuring could be that were produced hugely equal destructive destructive impacts so for example you only did it in the northern hemisphere and reflected sunlight in the northern hemisphere. Put ourselves in there and not in the Southern Hemisphere. You would shift the band of rainfall and the tropics with big big impacts. We know for sure that would be destructive. The evidence is that if it's done in a way that is globally uniform. You aim to have roughly the same because radio forcing same amount of sunlight being reflected almost almost everywhere north to South East to west. If you do that and if you do it in a way where you're not doing too much you're using it to take the edge off the the risk the pain gene for Co two in the air emit circumstance. The evidence for current models is that actually no major regions are left worse off in all regions have significantly reduce describe at risk. So you just do a little bit Geo Engineering. Not you know a ton. Well yes. The dose makes the poison

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"cirrus" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:37 min | 10 months ago

"cirrus" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Climate cirri yes news update. students around the world are skipping school today to join protests demanding action on climate change is really about strength in numbers which will make our voice louder and the voice of people who can't vote yet Julie McGruder is in New York City seventeen year old DJ faucet in Oxford English ready feel like you're part of history the climate strike began in the Pacific islands today and moved on to Australia you know it's already happening is waiting for it to happen well you know. correspondent Matt Piper is in New York where world leaders hold a summit at the U. N. next week there are more than eight hundred events planned around the country for what's being dealt the global climate strike the activists are calling for immediate action from the world's governments to put an end to global warming and reduce fossil fuel consumption CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez Y. LA high school is on lockdown police are searching for a person who is said not to be a student now the school does say students and staff are safe from the students who have a late arrival at Wiley high school don't have to come to school at this time it's a developing story keep it here for the latest information all and new information today a warning from the Collin county health department and has to do with the fact that someone had a McKinney restaurant came down with typhoid fever the health department is warning people who ate at the hat creek burger company in McKinney between the nineteenth of the twenty second of August the department has confirmed a case of typhoid fever in a food service worker and symptoms can include fever and stomach pains and can begin and as little as three or as long as sixty days after exposure testing medical testing is the only way to know for sure if you have some of the symptoms also in the news there will be a White House meeting today to discuss a response to the attacks on Saudi oil facilities that the administration has blamed on Iran CBS's Cammy McCormick is at the Pentagon the U. S. has position the U. S. S. Mitzi off the northeastern coast of Saudi Arabia its armed with surface to air missiles and could be used to plug a gap in Saudi air defenses the Pentagon is also presenting the president with options for retaliatory strikes against Iran if there's concrete proof that it carried out the Saudi attacks they'll also proposed an additional missile batteries to better protect Saudi oil for. ladies now Balmont in that area getting a bit of a rest.

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Laser Illumination

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 11 months ago

Laser Illumination

"In the early nineteen ninety s researchers began using an innovative remote sensing technology known as slide are changing the way they looked at clouds. This is innovation now. Bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies in the people behind the concepts that shape the future hi thin cirrus clouds are invisible to most remote sensing technology but with lighter researchers can generate precise three dimensional profiles showing the vertical structure of any cloud in the sky lighter which stands for light detection and ranging is a remote sensing method similar to radar car instead of radio waves light in the form of a pulsing laser is used to make precise measurements unlike other remote sensing technologies which are passive sensors lied are is an active sensor it carries its own source of laser illumination which means it can take measurements day night teams at nasa have managed light are instruments that have flown on several aircraft and satellites and with today's advanced lighting technology scientists have have a powerful tool to learn even more about our atmosphere. What's in it and how it's changing over time for innovation now. I'm jennifer are pulling innovation. Now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa and is distributed by w h._r. v.

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Navigating OSIRIS REx

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 11 months ago

Navigating OSIRIS REx

"As many of us were preparing to welcome in the new year nastase cirrus rex was breaking a space exploration record occurred. This is innovation now. Bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future more than seventy million miles from earth nasa so cyrus. I rex is in orbit around asteroid. Ben new never before has a spacecraft from earth circled so close to such a small space object but getting to this point required engineering on demand complex computer simulations based on a wide variety bridie of scenarios were originally developed to safely navigate the spacecraft near ben new as the spacecraft got closer the diverse team team from nasa. The university of arizona lockheed martin and kinetics aerospace learn more about the asteroids physical properties. He's and made a just moments to the commands that would put the spacecraft in orbit now. Oh cyrus rex is leisurely circling the asteroid about a mile from its center getting ready to resume the science operations that will ultimately bring a sample of been neil back to earth for innovation invasion now. I'm jennifer palade. Innovation now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa.

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Circumnavigating the Globe in a Pilatus

Airplane Geeks Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Circumnavigating the Globe in a Pilatus

"We have two guests this episode Josh Marvel and Captain Jack Long Now Josh Josh and Jack are the recipients of the eastbound and polar circumnavigation diplomas awarded by the International Aeronautic Federation the IF A._I.. In the National Aeronautic Association the in a there westbound circumnavigation was completed this year January and that diploma is forthcoming but Josh is a director and former chair for Light Hawk in a trustee of the National Aviation Hall Hall of fame. He flies a Cirrus S._R.. Twenty two based out of Portland Maine Josh Welcome to the airplane Geeks podcast. Thank you <hes> Jack. Jack is an entrepreneur by profession the pilot by passion he started to software businesses and one transportation business in as he what's it Jack moved up the aviation food chain time and budget have allowed to include a Moonie to a one Cirrus S._R. Twenty two in culminating in the purchase of a Palatis P._A._C. Twelve in two thousand eight Jack Welcome to the airplane Geeks podcast glad to be here looking forward to now coming up. We're going to focus on Josh in Jack's circumnavigations but before we jump into this week's aviation news will mention that Josh's his wife Becky and Jack's wife Caroline accompanied the guys on this adventure. Did I get the right wives associated with the right husbands. I hope you're you're good all right good. I was worried about that now. Did they accompany you because they didn't trust you to be off on your own for so long or was it something else I think that's is the subject of another interview. I can tell you quickly. My wife is a is a passionate burder. Any opportunity opportunity she goes to bird anywhere in the world is exciting for her so this was a great adventure for as as well as for us and more seriously on my hi Anne my wife said this sounds corny but it's really true that going on these trips with me. She's not as passionate about aviation as I am but as a or real statement of love to me because she just knew how passionate I was about this and she wanted to support me and she did she did every single oleg of all three trips and it was great. It would not have been the same without her. That's wonderful because I mean that's what marriage is right. It's supporting each other are and some things you share and some things you you do individually but the way you work together with each other courses <hes> that's that's what makes a marriage one of the things that makes marriage so successful all right well. Let's move onto the aviation news from the past week. Is everyone ready ready from the West ready all set when you are her first story comes from pack sex thought Ero and this is by Seth Miller allegiant goes extra with increased legroom option allegiant extra seating <hes> Mike this is something I guess they're testing this out on <hes> on just some of their routes yeah it really interested me because there we go with allegiant one of the extra low service airlines I mean low cost airlines and they're offering some extra seating in some extra legroom in there because passengers singers must be complaining about what's going on and we're seeing that with many airlines that are expanding premium economy so I wonder if we're going to see more and more <hes> extra wide or or extra legroom seating coming up and and if this is a trend we're going to be seeing a long-term because allegiance doing it. What's going to happen with with the real all airlines yeah? I'm guessing it might be a trend if there's money to be made here <hes> and <hes> we'll see what happens with this allegiant extra

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"cirrus" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"There you go, so funny, because my, my friend who I think is probably the best logistics, and the most organized and the best in investment. And all that has been in Dave. No. Yeah. Did he make in my head? I was like Davies. My friend, Dave would make something. Well, maybe he'll like to use it. Tell him. It's probably already has probably okay. So that was my mommy long read. And I put that in interesting about stuff like that. Yeah, it is. And it just I just fascinated by human behavior. So it's interesting how you pick up on stuff like the word mama. You may use it. And you might not even realize it's a thing I love things and stuff. How do we feel about the word girl for whom like girl to? I do prefer, dude you taught me that where I'm like, dude. I love it. You say that, now it's the best if suits me, and it just great, welcome to California. Is that what it is? Okay. Yeah. Because it does feel so fabric like food, dude. But maybe it's because I hear you doing what I. Yeah. But yes. Start of a sentence, not how anywhere I would never put the word dude anywhere else. But the very beginning of a sentence, I kind of feel like it's an entire sentence. Yeah. To do your here. Then the then the next yet comes. I like that girl is fine though. Yeah. You use that one sometimes? Yeah. I feel like it's girl. I do a long way coopting kind of a little bit. Okay. Yeah. Keep. Yeah. Did you hear about the LEGO? Braille bricks. No. But I love it. It go on the finally made these LEGO bricks that on top have braille words and letters. And it helps teach. Bind folks to read, what they can build as well. And it's just such a man that has to be activating some really cool stuff in your brain. Yeah. And I feel like I would love Mantos like you could even maybe learn yourself some of them. And that's relent. Yeah. I thought so too. It was just like it's just like you say you like some good news sometimes like I said to Adam Cirrus been really into, like good news. I don't know. Oh, goodness kick, because you're graduating, maybe you're feeling like optimistic super that's totally I only to where you are. Sure. So funny. Yeah. But that was some good news. I thought serious going to be really happy about that m happy about that. But I didn't realize there was a need for it. But I suppose it's sorta like the blocks that little kids us with the letters. Gosh. Absolutely. So it's can be used in that way. Yeah. Which is fun and my mom swears. That's why have colored graph Mason's thea. I believe. And people who have researched that this, you know, Cynthia, there is a the only time where they saw overlap where people had the same colors numbers was a select group who were born in a certain time period, who all had the same set of blocks growing up. It's right. And that's the only correlation they can make their wires fired yet at that moment. And the do you think it's bad? No. You like it love it. I mean the only time it's a problem with basic math. I know joke to ask Siri what sixty minus twenty eight was the other day because the colors distracting only thing that works and why love..

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LIDAR

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

LIDAR

"In the early nineteen nineties researchers began using an innovative remote sensing technology known this lied are changing the way they looked at clouds. This is innovation now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape, the future high thin Cirrus clouds are invisible to most remote sensing technology. But with lighter researchers can generate precise, the re dimensional profiles showing the vertical structure of any cloud in the sky lighter, which stands for light detection, and ranging is a remote sensing method similar to radar instead of radio waves light in the form of a pulsing laser is used to make precise measurements. Unlike other remote sensing technologies, which are passive. Sensors lied are is an active sensor. It carries its own source of laser illumination, which means it can take measurements day and night. Teams at NASA. Have managed light are instruments that have flown on several aircraft and satellites, and with today's advanced light our technology. Scientists have a powerful tool to learn even more about our atmosphere. What's in it and how it's changing over time for innovation now? I'm Jennifer pulley. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w. HR V.

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"cirrus" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"If they were back up and flying these airplanes in revenue service before Memorial Day at this rate. Well, yeah. And as we mentioned while you were away David a lot of stories. These days are saying that it may be July before they get ungrounded. So yeah, it's a crazy situation. Anyways that's enough for today. We'll come back to this in the future. But it's a big mess. It's a big mess. Yup. Glad it's not a g a mess. Well, yeah. Okay. Now you've jinxed net. Now, there's going to be well, we we do have a cheap. We do have what this with the Cirrus vision, which is serious vision. Yes, jump ahead here, which is rounded right now because they'll problems with readings of its angle of attack indicator, which is kind of an interesting coincidence. And maybe simply a coincidence that it's another angle of attack kind of thing because I mean is it a coincidence? Or is it is it you think it's completely unrelated completely unrelated. Okay. So then what happened because this came out of nowhere? It didn't it. I suddenly someone listener texted me saying I've been joking over the years about buying a Cirrus jet, and and some and and now that they're actually shipping. I was saying oh boy. Now, I have to fall through on this plan to buy one. And a listener texting me saying, oh, you're off the hook. You don't get to you don't have to buy a serious jet now because they're grounded. Did this come out of nowhere? Or did you guys hear rumblings that this might happen? Well, what I heard was. That there was a report in. Masses aviation safety reporting system. Citing a Cirrus vision pilot who reported that he got a a conflicting readings on his angle of attack. Bains and the airplane didn't wanna behave according to Hoyle when that happened in. He reported it because I think it may have caused him to incur a deviation. And. Of. And it happened again. And the FAA got a hold of those reports Cirrus issued a mandatory service bulletin mandating the replacement of the. Hengel of attack veins and right after that the FAA grounded airplane. So that's another one where we've got a mechanical device. Feeding information to the electron ick brain. And when they don't agree. It's not really sure what to do how to behave which is very similar in some ways to what happened with some other airliners with electron ick control systems. Actual anyway, they got I think it was a hundred hundred so out of these that are grounded now and they're waiting to get the replacement parts to replace them to resolve the emergency bulletin they face and out. So. I don't believe it stopped Cirrus from producing them. And I expect to get a fix for that. But it'll to want to they've got a big for suspect. It'll take a little time for them all to get installed..

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"cirrus" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Today and before the shutdown. They are the most professional group of people. There's not a single word going on about the shutdown nothing that would indicate that anything is, you know, but absolute normal, and yet these people have already missed one paycheck last week may miss more paychecks all I can say is they don't deserve what's happening to them. And yet they are responding in the most professional. Way that you could imagine. So my my hat's off to them. And certainly, my my empathy as well. I think they're in unfortunate position. But they are really handling it extremely well. Yeah. I think pretty consistently air traffic controllers exhibit that kind of professionalism, dedication, it. It's just amazing. I mean, we have example after example of situations where I don't know the rest of us mere mortals have fallen apart or crumbled or Ed had a lot more difficulty than the folks we have doing the air traffic control these days. So. Yeah. Credit to them. All right moving onto. Well, this is a N online story we have to this this week Cirrus vision jet g two certified. So the Cirrus aircraft has received face vacation. This is for the generation two g two version of the vision jet max have even following this. When you've flown the jet. Did you did you fly version one version two, okay? Boy, I could tell you everything you wanna know about this. Can we make the rest of the podcast about the vision? The time was perfect because I was in Knoxville at the vision center for most of last week arrived the day after the announcement. And I also set in the only generation to that have been delivered to that point with the vision jet product manager the interview for aviation news talk. So I can't tell you everything that we're gonna be talking about on that podcast. But all I all I can say is this is typical Cirrus. I mean, if you look at how serious differentiated themselves from their competitors in the piston market when they first shipped in nineteen ninety nine they were, you know, different because they were essentially a composite aircraft versus the, you know, the middle airplanes sold by other manufacturers. But the big difference was every single year they made many modifications. So if you bought a two thousand one it was different from the two thousand and so on fact, there were many people who would buy. By a Cirrus every year or two trait in the prior one because they wanted all the the.

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"cirrus" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"But you're invites just went out, and they invades just went out there. Honestly, I'm not gonna lie there. Stunning. They're doing they're taking the world ice stormy Webster. And I did it all myself like in my own head. You know, what I mean like of thinking of it like, so I just want all the credit you deserve it. Let me tell you something. I've seen a lot of rights do invitations and they're not great. I mean. Okay. Okay. So no names. All in my like, I had this idea in my head. I worked with by invitations who just they were able to execute. It so perfectly totally and I was just so happy with it. And I know like Josh was so skeptical about like when I told him what I was thinking. It scared on my big Fakfak happy face like. That's gonna be great. And I'm like, we'll wait for her to develop the process more. And then we'll tell her that not that idea, but you developed it and he developed it beautiful. Flawlessly. It was so pretty any when you showed it doesn't office. We opened enough for just like this is what you thinking done. Right. I don't wanna give away too much even I know you guys been showing it on social, but you've been you. Did it right thing was really correct? Thank you very much. So I definitely helped us because like I reported this week Sakhnin and we're going to wedding designed therapy because we couldn't agree on the color an issue that exists everywhere in our lives, but we had to finally choose something. So we sat down with you guys imitation helped Cirrus in direction, and I'm just like so excited about what we have planned. And it's actually what our first idea was we got off track for one reason or another. But now, we're back to you the ridge idea, and I just think it'll be so perfect for the venue for the time of year and for us as a couple because it's it's not going to be super feminine over super masculine. It's very you guys, which I'm very excited to translate. It's going to be a fun translation of a couple into very excited an epic wedding. Yeah. I this the word if you like I think we're totally opposite Bryce because. On top of everything stripped stress-free like you live for for the to do list for me like everything stresses me out. So like, I'm just so excited for it to be here like not for it to be over for my wedding to become excited for my wedding day. I'm going to need the most relaxed bride like if anything goes wrong like I do not give shit like a shred of a shit. But because there's nothing because I don't stress about stuff that I can't drill writing just things that go wrong. It's like that's part of the process. Like that was meant to go wrong and XYZ was meant to happen. It's like you can't even think about it as a thing to go wrong. But I think it just realized with so different about me. You you are. So like, you're very fashionable and stylish, and I'm like, I feel like from a design perspective. Like, you like you have so much more of a say of what you want. And like for me. I'm I'm like, okay. What do you think is best? And then like to your point of just do the to do list like all the details, and you do the big stuff, and you're all about the big stuff. But at the detail. Yeah. That's where you guys differs. Yeah. Very cool. Okay. Well, this has been incredible. We have one more photos show, you it's a picture that was taken at twelve o'clock midnight ateliers wedding. So if you look around like, everyone is kissing just being so cute, and it just perfectly sums up like the vibe of the evening and the mood and the beauty of years wedding done by virtue events design. I this is the essence of that. I said I want new years to be crazy..

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"cirrus" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Welcome back to pass money. We've got a market flash Cirrus logic. It's down in the afternoon session with air Chemi with the details. Eric, Melissa stocks. Here's logic down as much as ten percent after hours. Now, it's down around five percent or so the stu- the company saying that it is reducing its expected revenue for the third quarter from three hundred million to three hundred forty million that's down from the previous forecast of three sixty two four hundred million that's due to weakness in the smartphone market. And the stock's already been down about eleven percent in the last four weeks again last month Corvo, they were an apple supplier. They slashed their third quarter guidance lamentable cut its outlook last month. So this is just another one of these smartphone suppliers cutting their guidance because of the weakness in this smartphone market back to you, Melissa. All right, Eric, thank you, Eric champion, the newsroom guy, you're pointing out that this is not the first time that's yours at cut no reported earnings. I think it was November. I I'm sure somebody will check, but they took then revenue guidance of about four hundred twenty million down down to about three hundred sixty million. Now, they took that three sixty down between three hundred I think three forty. I mean, they cut ROY. Revenue guidance by some twenty percent. I'm surprised to stocks not down more than it is. Maybe the fact that it's been going basically lower for the last couple of months is buffering some of this now pool say is apple in the back of that question is did apple already get hit leading up to this. That's really what you have to decide yourself. I think it may have that's the question. But I mean for them to come out and cut guidance just after a month right of after cutting guidance. It tells you that maybe the smartphone market got materially weaker in that timeframe, which is what I would be concerned if I were an apple shareholder, right? That's somehow the latest data points are indicating that there's been doing weakness in this market. Yeah. Although it's not very really as move very much in the aftermarket. Apple apple apple has. That's true. I don't know. So maybe keys point. It's already it pessimism. Definitely. There was a cloud over apple. But a sold down one seventy and a pop to one eighty four on this euphoria with strain and thirty totally get it. So so I think this you could have that risk if the market doesn't. Hold in you wind up getting selling tech again tomorrow. You could revisit the lows again an apple fast pitch. And I think the guy here has a fat. Oh, why not? Speaking. I'm just gonna stroll on over, you know, a lot of companies start with letter A. And then obviously you get to the end of the alphabet. And what are you left with Tim helped me out? What do you weigh Z since I can't think of anything good into Z world? I'm gonna give you something in the ex world. And I'm gonna pitch Zeilinger and you say way to set. Wait a second guy. The stock is gone from seventy to ninety five in a straight line from the middle of November. That's correct. But you know, what think about it? Where a lot of chips stocks were getting bludgeoned over that period of time. Here's a stock that actually went higher that in my world is a bit of a tell all the rage in two thousand and nineteen. I think it will be field. Programmable gate array don't ask me what it means. But it basically means instead of the chips being programmed in the manufacturing plant, they get manufactured. They get programmed onsite internet of things. I that's all anybody's going to be talking about two thousand nineteen and silence is on the top of that food chain and last although I generally don't like to say this it is a possible takeover candidate. Now, remember broadcom Qualcomm broadcom is sort of the acquirer of for the ages..

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Cirrus Logic stock down

CNBC's Fast Money

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Cirrus Logic stock down

"Got a market flash Cirrus logic. It's down in the afternoon session with air Chemi with the details. Eric, Melissa stocks. Here's logic down as much as ten percent after hours. Now, it's down around five percent or so the stu- the company saying that it is reducing its expected revenue for the third quarter from three hundred million to three hundred forty million that's down from the previous forecast of three sixty two four hundred million that's due to weakness in the smartphone market. And the stock's already been down about eleven percent in the last four weeks again last month Corvo, they were an apple supplier. They slashed their third quarter guidance lamentable cut its outlook last month. So this is just another one of these smartphone suppliers cutting their guidance because of the weakness in this smartphone market back to you, Melissa. All right, Eric, thank you, Eric champion, the newsroom guy, you're pointing out that this is not the first time that's yours at cut no reported earnings. I think it was November. I I'm sure somebody will check, but they took then revenue guidance of about four hundred twenty million down down to about three hundred sixty million. Now, they took that three sixty down between three hundred I think three forty. I mean, they cut ROY. Revenue guidance by some twenty percent. I'm surprised to stocks not down more than it is. Maybe the fact that it's been going basically lower for the last couple of months is buffering some of this now pool say is apple in the back of that question is did apple already get hit leading up to this. That's really what you have to decide yourself. I think it may have that's the question. But I mean for them to come out and cut guidance just after a month right of after cutting guidance. It tells you that maybe the smartphone market got materially weaker in that timeframe, which is what I would be concerned if I were an apple shareholder, right? That's somehow the latest data points are indicating that there's been doing weakness in this market. Yeah. Although it's not very really as move very much in the aftermarket. Apple apple apple has. That's true. I don't know. So maybe keys point. It's already it pessimism. Definitely. There was a cloud over apple. But a sold down one seventy and a pop to one eighty four on this euphoria with strain and thirty totally get it. So so I think this you could have that risk if the market doesn't. Hold in you wind up getting selling tech again tomorrow. You could revisit the lows again an apple

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NASA's Dawn asteroid orbiter runs out of gas

24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

NASA's Dawn asteroid orbiter runs out of gas

"Nasa says goodbye to a second spacecraft this week putting an end to ending a fruitful decade long mission in the ass. Steroid belts, the eleven year old Don spacecraft had been running low on fuel for a while. But it stopped communicating altogether. This week NASA declared it a goner just two days after saying farewell to its planet hunting Kepler space telescope, Don was the first spacecraft to orbit orbit an object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter after circling the asteroid Vesta, Don went into orbit around the dwarf planet. Cirrus NASA says Don could remain in orbit around serious for decades to

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"cirrus" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio lows tonight. Fifty Celo sixty s we have a beach hazard statement at effect through the rest of the work week to Friday afternoon with surf of eight to ten feet long swell that hurricane swell off to our south from Sergio that Cy causing this long set of waves to hit us throughout the next several days for tomorrow, low clouds and fog with drizzle in the morning, and then sunny highs upper sixties to seventies here on land, the weather really quiet all the way through the week. Not until Friday that we'll see a bump in temperatures right now. Studio city, sixty two a sixty five and a gore hill sixty three at ten thirty six. Here's a program from our archives. Folklore about weather usually more colorful than factual frogs don't necessarily jump for a rainstorm green. Christmas. Doesn't guarantee you snowy Easter this. One category of folkloric advice that often rings true Mitzner, and this is the pulse of the planet. Right sky in morning, sailor. Take warning red sky at night sailor's delight Mark Weiss Sakis an instructor in meteorology at Cornell University, the red sky at night indicates that in our latitudes between basically thirty and fifty degrees north or south of the equator, we have a phenomenal call the jet stream. And this jet stream, basically moves our weather systems from west to the east. So if you wake up in the morning, and you see a red sky that means that it's clear towards the east and the clouds were overhead, and they're reflecting the red. Sunlight that means that to the west is the cloud deck, and that'll be moving from west to east, and therefore you can expect rain to be moving into your area. If you see a red sky at night, it'd be clear towards the west. And that means a clearing air is moving your way. Most of the folklore dealing with the filed with the wins came from farmers in from ancient Mariners, so their livelihood depended on making very good observations. So most of the folklore dealing with clouds and also with the wind observations are very accurate, for instance. If you see a halo around the moon, it foretells that with an eighteen to twenty four hours, you should expect a storm system to move into your area. This has a great deal of science behind it since storms create a family of clouds and the clouds which occur out ahead of all protein. Storm are the very high clouds Cirrus clouds..

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"cirrus" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on Science Friday

"In new transportation systems. You can read more about this in Jeff nece bits a new book. This is the way the world ends, and I'll droughts and die-offs. He waves and hurricanes are converging on America. We look at the half those, but there's a lot in this book, Jeff. Thank you. And you're also executive director of climate nexus and on profit that focuses on climate change communications. Thanks for. Thanks for joining us. Thank thanks for having me. Probably played the game where you try to spot different shapes or animals in the clouds clouds good for that because they come in all kinds of different shapes and textures from puffy Cumulus to wispy, Cirrus clouds. Just last week I saw my first flying saucer cloud, the Lynn titular cloud, but scientists look the clouds for a different reason. They can tell us about the dynamics of the atmosphere, the physics of water droplets on a tiny scale, NASA sent up a balloon to capture images of one of the rarest clouds, something called electric blue or polar mezro Feerick clouds. They form way up in the sky, fifty miles up and start around well, specs of meteor dust for nuclei. My next guest here to tell us about these allusive electric blue, polar MS of Feerick clouds lemme, introduce them be Fritz as the principal investigator of Nasr's PM see turbo. Mission and founder and manager of global atmospheric technologies and scientists Inc, which is headquartered in Newport News, Virginia, Gary Thomas is co-investigator at NASA as Aruna me of lice in the MS of fear and professor emeritus atmosphere, ick sciences at the university of Colorado in boulder, welcome both of you to science Friday. Thank you. Are going to be with you. Nice to have you Gary there. There are many names for these clubs, electric blue. Polar mizzle. Feerick not Lucent. I get that right. What are they? Lo? No, no to loose, you know, knocked to lose knock too. Join the crowd of words that I have Maude what do they look like? And we see them here in New York. What how do you find him? No, you think you have to go up past the Canadian border roughly fifty degrees latitude. Also you need to go up in summertime and stay around until desk or get up very early in the morning to see them because they're very thin. And so you could only see them when the sky background is dark. Oh, that's interesting. And they are really electric blue. Well, yes, but they just really just scattered sunlight. But they appear that way because the black background, they appear most luminous. Looked like most like their emitting light themselves, but they're not. They're just scattered sunlight to independence. There's been some debate about how these clouds four may maybe from meteorite dust, right? Yes, maybe day. Fritz could talk a little bit more about that day. Well, the meteors come in, they obeyed at high altitudes. They lead to many, many very tiny particles in because they're sedimentation is so small. It takes a very long time for them to settle out of the atmosphere. And.

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"cirrus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"But regardless pseudomonas Ranga has been killed, you know, in large parts because of industrial agriculture, and as a result that is third major piece of the puck. Missile to destroying the natural water cycle without pseudomonas on serene guy. We have less natural cloud seeds without trees. We have less natural cloud seeds without vital plankton. We have less natural cloud seeds. So they replaced all of these with aerosols in the air. Assaults are majorly coming from ship tracks airplanes, creating contrails induced serious as they like to call it CIC's or persistent contrails or I like to call him plane farts, the internet calls them, you know, Kim trails, but regardless it's aircraft creating Cirrus clouds so stratospheric aerosol injection occurs because the sulfur comes out of the back of these planes. It's attached to it goes up in the stratosphere. So that is so fury. Injections Stratford stratospheric sulfate injection. It's stratospheric aerosol injection that is by definition geo engineering and they're doing this because they killed off all the major sources of cloud production. So that's that's my big picture is let me ask you one question. You're talking about the the bacteria situation. Now, I was I was basically doing an investigation how the polar vortex was created. It was created anomaly that lasted and made the winters extend in the United States in the against the northeast area of the country. And then, of course, it it. It it forced the the Arctic to be warmer as they were pulling the the low pressure system down. Now, I had I had understood did they they were actually using a form of weather control to pull down the jet stream. They're using not only electric. Magnetic type of experimentation which would be Mike harp or something else. But there are also using something called chemical ice nucleus. What can you tell us about that? Okay. So what row quickly on the hardest thing you can go to climate viewer dot com slash harp. And you can read all about that. Using ionospheric heaters to to to change upper atmosphere wins is a reality. And I documented this with an article on climate viewer news about the Russian woodpecker, and basically the Russian woodpecker was related to the chair noble nuclear accident. And the reason why is because they were using the Russian woodpecker to do weather warfare over America. And this was in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and there's a great article is from popular communications. And the title of the article is is able to manipulate the weather and in that article they say that December caused the deaths of one hundred thirty eight persons and damaged mill many millions of dollars of crops, and they blame this on the Russian woodpecker which. Which is the Duga three radio radar located at the turnover old nuclear sites five miles away from the chair noble nuclear reactor. So there's a guy from Canada. His name was Dr metrology postulates that the Soviets Soviets ELF signals impulses of honor frequency of thirty one point. Bob hurts have caused giant standing wave troughs and the rocky mountains between Albert and New Mexico and another through the eastern United States. I've also did a paper on artificial gravity waves can creation using hard. They call him a traveling ionospheric disturbances. So what they can do is set up standing waves in the sky, they can change, you know, whether patterns worldwide, in fact, they said that the whenever this occurred with the Russian woodpecker back. In the seventy six through eighty three answer noble melted down in eighty six because they wanted to shut the thing off. That the El Nino, which normally would occur on a regular cycle was out of cycle. Because we were there was a discussion that.

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"cirrus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"cirrus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Is one of the biggest ones. And of course, we talked about the structure of the ocean. Tell us about the forest because we are certainly now at time we're watching for is being burned. And you know, there are a lot of spec. There's a lot of speculation as to whether or not these fires are intentional. We've had we've heard people talking about. Possible. Direct Energy weapons are electromagnetic starting in. The fires. What about the destruction of the forests? So most people don't know that the forest actually play a huge role in in cloud formation as well. And specifically just very quickly on the California fires they seem to be lining with the agenda twenty one biodiversity map, these biodiversity corridors and what I call it. What I focus on is hacking scored. So what they're doing is. They're using the US department of agriculture is allowing for people to hack into trees, spray roundup into their root system to kill these trees off to change the canopy of the forest, which is basically creating large tender boxes all across the western states. So they create these ripe conditions for forest. Fires. And then they act surprised whenever they occur. I won't speculate on you, the whole directed energy weapons thing because there are thousands of ways to light a fire. But creating the circumstances for the fire is really the key issue here, and what's important towards the technocracy, replacing the water cyclists trees, create clouds, and this was recently discovered in two thousand sixteen after I gave a speech at the hearing on flight pollution, and I said, you know, just that they were concerned about artificial cloud creation. Well, it turns out that after that Jasper Kirkby from southern did something called the cloud project and in it. It's called the cosmetics, leaving outdoor droplets, cloud experiment. And you know, he said that basically did clouds or created by trees because they release. Aerosols which, you know, create clouds now, basically, if you don't understand how cloud is made it is it takes three things some form of dust water, vapor and some ionization some electricity to make it the water stick to that dust, and one of the major sources of cloud sees is trees, and they discovered this just recently because he released coniferous plants water vapor in some cosmic rays and a tube and may clouds, and he basically said that this study suggests the temperatures may not rise as quickly as predicted because every climate model on the planet was wrong. They assumed that pre industrial times were less cloudy, and it soul for played a huge role in all of the clouds that we're seeing today, but it turns out that destroying forests especially old growth forests like we have in the Amazon rainforest, that's a male. Major contributor to destroying the water cycle. So if we cut down trees. We're actually cutting now on a natural source of cloud seeds, and and that's going to mean, less natural clouds, and that's why they're replacing them with artificial clouds. And there are a lot of people have been seeing I've been getting pictures of what would be the artificial clouds. You see square clouds. It's really bizarre square, cloud square patches of clouds house that are elliptical. They're perfectly elliptical shape. Round clouds, perfectly round clouds. There was a actually a UFO citing in Pendleton, Oregon. It looked like a cloud. It looks like a small cloud, but it did made move differently than a cloud it moved quicker than most clouds, and it was in the middle of a blue sky which had people alarm, so they're testing some artificial clouds apart from the the campaign trail spreads that we see all the time on a day where they want to cloud up the day, which they do very well when the planes all line up. Pusey the cloudy days happen, it's because the trails. So this goes beyond Chem trails sprang am my right. Is it certainly does. And would we get back to this thing? You know, the the problem with the ocean is the their shutting off of that peration. They're doing that with covering the ocean, and plastic and Fukushima, obviously, you know, the radiation is destroying fighter. Plankton? The plastic is shallow wing the uppermost layer of the ocean. So there's less ability for the ocean to evaporate water, then on by killing the phytoplankton, which are also creating cloud seeds through Di methyl sulfide, normal sulfur. They're replacing it with sulfur Laden bunker fuel from ships all the same is true with aircraft. They're using hassle for fuels. On in these hassle for fuels at altitude the Indian space organization just found carbon black soot insult uric acid sulfur dioxide at eighteen thousand eighteen kilometres in the air. And they said they basically aircraft travel is affecting their minds scenes and the ozone hole. So what we know to be a fact is that stratospheric sulfur injections are occurring just from regular commercial aviation flights because they use high sulfur fuels which creates a levitated on its own called good. It's called what was it called? It's called photo Foretich levitation of carbon blacks now, David Keith. I'm sorry. I'm ahead of you, David Keith. Because a lot of people when they say well name a group that's doing these strategic error cell injections. Name a group that is planning on using the name a group, that's even behind it. And it's David Keith Keith grew Harvard University along with Gordon McKay. John Paulson group of a number of Harvard School. Professors, and I guess you would call them genetic engineers are actually behind us. And that is why former CIA. Had John Brennan spoke at the council on foreign relations saying that these are the new ways of changing climate changing weather, and it's if people aren't paying attention because we're all focused on meddling, and we can point out the names of the groups are behind all this. And so yes, I was just going to point out the kief group, David Keith. And you beat me to thank you so much. Go ahead. Yes. He he wrote a paper called photo Foretich levitation of carbon black soot. And so it comes out of planes. It is a cloud seed and once it comes out of a plane is loaded with metals and those metals create clouds a recent study said seventy five percent of the cloud seeds found in Cirrus clouds were manmade metals. So what's happening is the soot comes out of the back of the planes, and it starts to go all the way up to eighteen kilometres, which is through the ozone layer. And as it's going up the metal is freed from this. And that creates the clouds so in all of this is in the jet fuel didn't know pow pumps necessary. No pipes. I catch the most flak for saying this, but I have science on my side interview. Dr Ranga say health Ori from the Federal Aviation aviation climate change research initiative, everything I'm saying is true yet. So their solution is. To melt Cirrus clouds away at night is called Cirrus cloud seeding and Cirrus cloud thinning. I've had the same. I've had the same responses to my geo engineering book on Amazon, many people have read it. And since we have, you know pointed out you, and I and others have pointed out the number of the groups are involved here. I have never though really understood why they're collapsing. The ecosystem now my wife gave me some information about it that I took to heart and I held onto it for a long time. And then when I talked with you, and I'm realizing that she calls it the DNR situation. It's like do not resuscitate natural resources, the idea that when we do not focus on natural resources, those resources are hijacked, and there any certainly like you've pointed out seem to be happening on a grander scale before we get into the break. Please go over the claw process with my honest, silly understand how phytoplankton is is being tampered with as well in in the oceans in in these. Zones where we announcing a lot of dead zones. And a lot of a lot of press there. Yes, you can go to climate viewer dot org, which is my map climate viewer three D, And you can actually monitor flood phytoplankton in real time. And what you're going to realize is that with his claw process that during a solar minimum. There are more clouds naturally. And then as the earth starts to heat up phytoplankton started to grow they released methyl sulfide, which is a cloud seed, it it produces more clouds. More clouds will cool the planet as the planet starts to cool because they are creating clouds we go back into a solar minimum fighter. Plankton dies off the planet cools down and the cycle repeats. Now. They're interrupting this cycle intentionally through the use of obviously plastic pollution Fukushima Daiichi nuclear bomb wasted cover the entire Pacific Ocean. And you know, we have these things called Gyor's the the great Pacific garbage patch. So they interrupted the normal climate change regulator, Fido pointing and they're replacing it with artificial cloud creation. This is extremely important that people understand it so fighter plankton on play an enormous role. Also in getting CO two out of the air. While they're talking about, you know, sulfuric acid, and and you know, creating sulfur injections into the sky, they want to use the term ocean acidification. But when I was a kid the used to call it something much, simpler, acid rain so through perception management technocrats constantly change, their phraseology just like with geo engineering to climate engineering to climate intervention. They are now calling acid rain ocean acidification, and it's all about sulfur, and normally sulfur would be created by fighter plankton is now being created by global shipping, which you know, basically in and of itself is a result of global globalization. If we weren't buying so much crap from Asia on there wouldn't be these international ships that are, you know, produce. More CO two in pollution, then all of the cars on the planet. Sixteen ships produce more pollution than all the cars on the planet. And that's that's one of the biggest problems that we face the ship tracks. They they oversee this guy. They put too many years all's in the sky for rainfall to fall on California. Yeah..

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NYC health commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett to take Harvard job

Roe Conn

03:04 min | 2 years ago

NYC health commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett to take Harvard job

"Intelligence tradecraft criminal efforts to suppress voting. And provide illegal. Campaign financing Donald Trump has spent most of his presidency questioning and, denying, that Russia interfered in the last election Andy Field ABC news Washington a. Big landmark reached today on Wall Street apple became the first. Trillion dollar company and chess think, in nineteen Ninety-seven apple was teetering on, the, edge of bankruptcy it stock was trading for less than, a Bach but then came the iphone apple now valued at one trillion dollars as other tech stocks have been faltering apple is setting records correspondent Alex stone a seventeen. Year old girl in custody after a hit and run in Suffolk County police say Veronica Baraki has. Now been charged in the death of thirty two year old Cy year Rodriguez he was hit early, today as he walked on the shoulder of Broadway in Huntington and Baraki fled the scene six, Rutgers University football players are not reporting to training camp tomorrow the athletes aren't showing up Due to an investigation by the university on a possible credit card fraud case nj dot com reports. The Middlesex County prosecutor's office is providing legal guidance to the Rutgers police during the investigation which shows. Just how serious and, complex, this case appears to be currently none of. The players have been charged with any wrongdoing while players in their attorneys. Have been cooperating with police an addition as. Many as a players are being investigated I'm Lisa, g. for seven ten w. o. r. the massive car fire near reading in northern California's almost five thousand. Acres bigger today and containment. Is stalled, fifteen hundred structures destroy just under one hundred twenty six thousand acres have been destroyed. New York City's health Commissioner resigning to take a job at Harvard University school of public health Dr Mary. Bassett is stepping down at the end of the month and first step you Commissioner Cirrus bar Bo. Is stepping in on interim basis dodger Bassett whose sixty five has been the. Head of the city's health Department since two thousand fourteen. And has overseen several crises including any bullets scare and several deadly legionnaires outbreaks her departure come says the department of, investigation looks into. Why the health department failed to send reports tonight about children with elevated lead levels I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seven ten w. o. r. and the news brought. To. You by Online Trading Academy attend a free investing class this week register online at o. TA class dot com. Now here's Adrian Watson w. traffic aided already George Washington. Bridge five to ten minutes, from eighty ninety five Lincoln tunnel is about a twenty twenty five minute delay in thirty five to forty out Holland ten minutes. In forty to forty five on the Al pound side also that westbound extend the. Turnpike is heavy and outbound Pulaski skyway also heavy route seventeen northbound Franklin avenue has brake lights. That. Is an accident those delays are starting to back up as. Well the Bruckner northbound by the Sheridan watch for a crash westbound cross Bronx. Delays from Westchester avenue on out this report brought to you by Wendy's You might not think Wendy's when you think of chicken. Tenders but she should Wendy's chicken tenders have the perfect ratio of crispy breading on the outside and tender juicy chicken on the inside try..

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"cirrus" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"cirrus" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The fly and so I, owned and operated a, Cirrus aircraft for several years and after having quite an interesting year with the first, bird strike early in the year and then after about eight months getting the. Plane back I put it on lease back at a, flight school and about six weeks later an instructor and student while flying and ended up spinning it and couldn't recover and luckily had a full airframe parachute in the aircraft pulled it and fell down into. The woods under parachute canopy and ended up with? Walking away unharmed Wow So you're a risk taker with a. Parachute how does how does that transfer to your company and your? Employees I think one of the biggest things is number one creating very creative environment that people like to be in and being a bit of a risk taker. Allows you to bring in customers and types. Of business that is different from other places that they might work At the same time the piloting concept and the, risk taking is one of the biggest things that I've learned is about situational awareness and maintaining it and and being an enabler for your company but also making sure that things are being done the right way Matt traveling fifty five countries like you mentioned before obviously gives you an appreciation for the opportunities we have, in the United States how have you pass that on your children My children all have a love for travel as well and so they very open minded they've seen a lot of places around the scene from myself. And their mother both very open mindedness about. People and cultures and the value of what we have here in the United, States, and the? Opportunity and taking advantage, of, that you said you've been to fifty five countries what have you learned. On your travels that you brought back to I part of it I think has to do with kind of the open mindedness concept I think is. One of the biggest things and realizing the. Value in people in diversity in cultures and background experiences so really I've enabled the company by creating a framework but it's really the people within the. Company side hire people, that are, smarter than me to do the work and we've also, got a very diverse talent base where people have all sorts of different backgrounds to bring ideas and creative solutions for. Our clients All right Yeah I know you mentioned in the. Green room that's how you did a lot of volunteering when you, were young how that transferred into the culture of. The company one of the things that we talk about, constantly is is mission enabling mission first and probably somewhat to the detriment of. The company in the early years we put and we still do put client I and we actually tell her employees do the right thing for, the client then we'll figure it out on the. Back end and so the early years in volunteering was always about having to get the job done and get doing it right for what happened habit at. The time and I think that's been really core into the culture of the companies to, get mission get it done and we'll work it out what volunteer activities were involved in as. A child so, early on I ended up join civil air patrol and did that for several years and was Walden search rescue missions and some, aviation education things. Like that and then my transition when I turned eighteen. Into volunteer Firefighting an, EMT so what. Was the most satisfying thing about Serena civil air patrol Most, satisfying thing well Part of. It was the exposure it was at a little bit of a military component to. It It was, definitely a service oriented organization where we. Got to learn a lot about aviation and things like searching rescue It just that that very tactical kind of a response having that adrenaline rush when things happen we're very interesting Matt you've had several? Transitions throughout your professional career also work closely with..

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"cirrus" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"cirrus" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"Updated a couple of times and i decided just to give it away as a way of connecting up with you to kind of demonstrate both my knowledge and the intricacies of what we're up against because you know talking about it as one thing some people like to read about it and nobody else has really written about this stuff and that here you get you get it for free also wanna make sure you check it out pretty business they're doing some great work out there they've got some great blog posts great e books free downloads give it a try take a look at it great way to tell you a story and see what people are doing with it also jason's going to share a little bit about what he's been doing with dial source dial sources been a partner i we had the c e o on a couple of weeks ago great story about how to really get your phone system to work with your crm so that wraps on both marketing sales and support or on the phone talking to real people instead of dialing and trying to find information and entering into the crm let's get into the interview and i'll summit up at the end hey jason thanks for joining us today as a way getting started tell us about yourself so yeah my name's jason hubbard i'm a ceo of your growth expert spent the last five years as vp of marketing for a company called cirrus insights are b two b sas company that makes a apps that integrate cells worse with the end box and saw an opportunity where typically in the sas base kind of the last thing that people figure out is marketing and growth so or sweet spot is typically b two b sas company that's raised the series aa they've got some of their ducks and wrote but they need to figure out how to put things together to really celebrate growth in marketing is a big piece of that but also disgraced strategy so broke off on my own and bought on my my old team that i had at cirrus.

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"cirrus" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"cirrus" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Down in the premarket fleet core of 18 to 1 82 some of these a book good little breakouts on volume telephone lex nother medical company up thirteen to two fifty four becton dickinson up sixteen now the medical uh to to four so pretty dorn good moves in some of these earnings related names and we'll go through the movers of the day in a little bit and we'll have a few more in the aftermarket today apple up a bow uh we'll call it four dollars to about one seven the two in change so we'll call about two and a half three percent numbers looked pretty darn good apple love may i say that other movers in the aftermarket that are of note aris the networks f the dropping seventeen today three earnings it's up thirteen in the fdr so it's actually down four off of everything uh uh that o l e d stuff the led stuff uh up three of one forty seven at the aftermarket opt to make a point to second rogers corp up 31 forty eight cirrus logic and up a couple of bucks the fifty eight are you ready for the good stuff simple d m a t eight tableau software uh uh down 10 seventy two bucks by by uh as far as leader how 'bout thus stamps dot com that's been strong.

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"cirrus" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"cirrus" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"The everything gets resembled either 48 or 96 so this is not like your audio file solution but what it does have is a very good quality analoguedigital converter chip the kind of like industry standard cirrus logic chip that will in code at high bit rates and very very good dynamic ranging does 24 bit when andy two is the c s 53 61 so this thing in addition to a good quality analogues digital chip has fullsize slick rca connectors on the back of it so you can literally anywhere you can take your laptop you can plug this external sound cardin and you have rca in from any analog source and even has its own our i a alike equalization built into the software and has a separate fono input with a ground i don't know how good the ground would be something that's just plug into usb on your laptop but if you don't have a phone or preempting you want to use this to rip your final you can absolutely do that so all it's an interesting product it's a hundred bucks at full price unless you find it for less somewhere um as on amazon assigned box but just for a very high quality analoguedigital converter with rca plugs air ports that you can just connect to any windows laptop it does does not apparently have any mac os support but if one is left up like ido then this is all you need to like digitize your analog stuff.

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"cirrus" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"cirrus" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The price in rolling over as a major reason to sell the stock western official well that would also be reason to sell micron civil and new which be turned turned to a recent to sell semiconductorequipment maker liver served we're also appear where we will now here daily romans about how the iphone launches are confusing and there's no real innovation blablabla those stocks we'll sin though that shattered we'll send the stocks of cirrus logic texas instruments core of oh no relation to cuervo which i sell to bottom shelf by the way at and now the dogeatdog actually lurched flood name broad com abq please close that brocade deal they're all going to go down if that's the chatter you could more rest time intel and cisco reporter quarters that were perceived on wall street for seemed to kind of like what cell that could happen again but this time from higher levels intel needs to get front and center talking about mobile i contract wins but data center sales have to be better to cisco needs to make a case that their acquisitions have continued to pay off faster than we thought cisco's also the ultimate repatriation stopped monster amount of cash overseas but i wouldn't hold your breath waiting for congress to get that done what else to we also respect jamie rubin of goldman sachs above slagged lately in steve to subtype morgan recently slap cell radius when johnson johnson three m respect of now i like these few stocks the core holdings and their ceo zealous course ski change a in between three and a remarkable i don't think either is going to disappoint but that said when you have a high profile analysts like these two coal in these stocks cells ahead of the quarter's tend to put a negative spin or any negative lineitem and you know what there is always a negative line them in every report.

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"cirrus" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"cirrus" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"A few mornings breaking out recently texas instruments that a micron sti microlectronics teradyne he looks about ready cirrus logic breaking out again on semiconducor semiconductors to below win financials got the bit today again this really not allowed to leadership there but it looks like that low is going to hold here looks like a gold gold stocks again pulled back a little bit remember what i told you two days ago looks like it's trying to emerge but i'm not buying yet let's see what happens and they pulled back for a couple of days not the do us fuel stocks by the way go look at c e n acts in the fabricate it's the old damn strongest name by far damn all us steel was up a buck today but we told you submit started buying 1919 the half it's twenty one actually almost twenty to now it looks like that's trying to bomb so steel had a good day but other than that in the kind of like you know not much more to take out of it we will continue to avoid the areas we've been tony avoid nothing's changed their you know the area's big retail most commodity names what does energy boylan gas and the like again very split tape sixty forty tape and i did it on the webcast if.

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