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Incident: Wings AT72 at Ambon on Jul 3rd 2020, Failure of All Instruments

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

07:27 min | 2 months ago

Incident: Wings AT72 at Ambon on Jul 3rd 2020, Failure of All Instruments

"A. Wings Eighteen, seventy, two or eighteen, seventy, two dash. Two, one to. At Ambon, which is in Indonesia was flying from Ambon to Babbo with forty nine passengers and three crew D my Indonesia accent. Yeah. I think you make an APP. I am was in the initial climb out of Ambon Putnam, Laura Airport's runway to just when just after becoming airborne all display units, standby instruments, communication and multifunction control display unit failed. All of it. The landing gear lever not good. No landing gear lever could not be retracted. Climbing through about two thousand feet the display units one and three partially recovered showing speed and altitude indications again, and about three thousand feet communication and remaining displaying its intermittently recovered and the landing gear retracted. They put their landing gear lever up and then finally goes. Okay. Yeah. Sure. You're up. You sure. It wasn't doing a Microsoft update or something might have been. So. I'm thinking. If this were instrument meteorological conditions. I believe we will be reading about the accident and terrible tragic crash of this flight however could easily be yeah without any insurance when you're going to do not ways up, right. Thankfully the weather was not quite as bad. I mean it wasn't perfect, but it wasn't IMC apparently. and they were able to maintain. Reference to the. Queues outside to keep the airplane flying straight and level and climbing all stuff aircraft stop the climate four thousand feet position for return to runway for about thirty minutes after departure but went around and enter to hold at seven thousand feet. The aircraft subsequently landed back on runway four, one hour fifty minutes past. Departure. In Asia Cayenne KT which I guess is there investigatory agency rated the occurrence a serious incident? Yeah. Open an investigation. There were no injuries and the aircraft sustained minor damage doesn't really say. How I can recall. Let's see. Then they go into a little bit more detailed by the way this is from the aviation. Excuse me. Aviation Herald. Let's see the weather during the situation was raining and the ground visibility was six kilometers. So you know wasn't. Great with not great. Let's see the. Starting process of the engines was normal when the aircraft taxied in lined up for runway to to. The aircraft took off and after airborne, the pilot verified the idol gate lever engaged I don't know what that is something to do with props. I guess suddenly all five display units and the integrated electronic standby instrument i. e s I went blank and the VHF radios burr off. the pilot glance to the overhead panel several lights eliminated. Consisting of the shed light on the D. C. Service utility busts, the available light on the external power push buttons. That problem they. Hit a great big generated. Along. With the we're just getting of course Pack lavatory detection engine boost. Hey we have a lavatory, we detected there. during the Situa- we just talked about that the pilot did not have flight instruments as reference for flight therefore, the pilot flew visually. about one minute. So everything came back and let's see why is it that they ended up holding for a while they run some checklist or something that the deal oh, I think he was waiting for the weather to improve. A bit before they came in for their landing. Yeah. Sensible. Relying, his attitude indicators. And other instruments. Yeah. Urinate Visual Reference Yeah. That was smart. So you know you'd think that was this the airplane that was kind of Pretty new or was that another one lows? Let's see Oh. August fourth twenty seventeen. Yeah. So it's Relatively, new airplane Not, sure. Exactly. What happened there some kind of electrical. Weirdness apparently yeah. I mean a supply problem but the thing that really concerns me as if you get a supply problem to you main instrument panels. Avis or whatever type of aircraft urine you would expect perhaps to lose some. But the one thing that should you should always bail rely on is you standby instruments they should be from a completely separate power sauce. Often. Just connected almost directly to the battery so that regardless of what else you've lost, you've got something to go on to help fly the airplane. the fact that he lost his signed by insurance as well. makes me seriously concerned about the architecture, the electrical system of of this aircraft. If, they find a full of manages to take out. So many buzzes by all buses that they also lose their same standby instruments that for me is a major concern. Yeah. I'm wondering if if that was something about the way, the electrical system was designed and manufactured or maybe. There was some kind of maintenance done to the airplane and they didn't connect all the bits and bobs correctly. I don't know I saw. The aircraft should be so capable on the ground before they get on something incorrect deep rooted of self diagnosing electrical problem If they wouldn't have got to have on, they had known that they had a major potential right room with their instruments. Sure. So this is just It happens. On a bus of had some problems in the pasta with unexpected glitches which have taken out all the display units but never have I heard of an Airbus having a problem with standby simultaneously that that is just nine national that is not supposed to happen. Ever. But did apparently in this case, and thankfully, the weather was good enough for them to maintain control their come. We had some pundits who had enough skill to bail to continue to fly the airplane the even relatively poor visibility with. Right around which meant horizon, the visual horizon would have been indistinct. They managed to interpret what was happening to the aircraft in their Themselves and not get fooled and not getting a situation where they lost control. So fantastic

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High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

05:20 min | 4 months ago

High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

"Was thinking about you all week thinking, how is she farming when it's over a one hundred degrees so give us sort of a snapshot of your farm and like how do you cope with those conditions? Well, let me tell you first of all, we're in what's called the high desert where about four thousand feet above sea level. So we're in the mountain. Okay. So near probably always consistently ten degrees cooler than Tucson in almost fifteen degrees cooler than Phoenix. So settle a little secret about where you are is because of allegation exactly now it's hot outside it's a little hot, but you know it works in it's funny because one of the benefits about living here it does snow. We get snow in the winter, but it's usually gone by noon our ground never freezes. So the soil is always workable all and very rarely have like a hard frost. So if you think of like I, go up in Boston, it would start to get colder and colder nine pm pm and that's when the coldest would happen. But here the coldest time it seems like is early in the morning three or five. In the sun rises in warm things up in usually. So is just a click fraud so that can damage some plants but for the most part, we have no problem. So I don't know and I I just I guess, I have the desire to grow flowers GonNa make it happen or the variances is what's crazy is that it can be like ninety five degrees during the day and then in the thirties at night. It's crazy I mean I was thinking when you talked about snowing in the morning at least you're getting precipitation where other parts of Arizona are not getting precipitation. So even though it snow, it becomes the moisture the roots need that's in. It's wonderful when the snow slowly melts in and gets into the soil, you really can't beat that. while. So give us snapshot of Patagonia Flower Farm, and of course I pick a Patagonia as the clothing, but it's actually the name of a town and I believe a mountain somewhere, right? Yes. In it's actually pronounced Pentagon Yep. Okay Not like the brand to girl. No. So it's very hilly. We got a lot of grasslands here Yes. So it's really really beautiful. A lot of people think of Arizona and they think of Oh. It's everything's GonNa be dry. We've got quite a bit of green going on Yeah. It's really a beautiful town the Pentagon, yet self only has about a thousand people that that live here Old Mining town in it's quite a lot of retire. You can imagine a lot of artists, letter retirees, a lot of women. So it's an interesting sweets out. Wow. That's I wanNA visit. That sounds really wonderful. Yeah and is there much agriculture they're like. Are. You a lone ranger to use the Weser your lot. Of course. Now, a lot of people are gardening. You know it's funny because there is A. Organization here in town that I work very very closely with called Borderland Restoration. So they have a big greenhouse here where they sell native plants in the harvest seeds germinate the season, create more plans to restore the over you know. Overworked will say off. Areas of. Of. Southern Arizona. So so yeah. So. There are few. Let me think. So, before I moved here like years before there was a A Dalia grower here believe it or not, and I know that they must have had a lot of shade because we need the shape of the Dahlia's but But yeah. So a little bit here and there but I think borderlands nursery is the biggest like grower right now and it is mostly native Oh. That's so interesting. So your what's the size and scale of of your farm and give us a snapshot of what all the pieces to the puzzle there. Okay. So. I am what is called a micro farm about or thousand square feet, and I'm growing things very tightly together and I. You know I took 'em a Florette alumni I took her class in twenty seventeen. So I follow a lot of her protocols and the only differences I do a no till I keep the landscape fabric down and Yes. So so that's if I do the landscape fabric I've got who those short tunnels I don't have a greenhouse yet, but one day. And yes, I have an area where I'm doing mostly perennials and then I have my annual and at borderlands has been so gracious of allowing me to use a quite about fifteen hundred square feet where I've been growing sunflowers in in the ground or undercover know in the ground vendor landscape fabric on their property warring. Yeah. But I love it that like you've been entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to. Access land that wasn't being utilized, but you knew would be perfect for some flowers. Eight. Wow.

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Will the Fires That Made Centralia a Ghost Town Ever Go Out?

BrainStuff

06:57 min | 5 months ago

Will the Fires That Made Centralia a Ghost Town Ever Go Out?

"The smallest municipality in Pennsylvania is Centralia a former mining community located about two hours north west of Philadelphia. Records tell US had one thousand, four, hundred and thirty five residents in the year nineteen sixty. Today fewer than ten people still live there. The US Postal. Service revoked and trailer Zip Code in two thousand two and the local portion of state route sixty one was permanently closed off nine years before that. We can't blame. The areas decline on the usual socioeconomic suspects. Its problems run deeper literally since at least nineteen sixty to a coal seam fire has been smoldering right below the town. Yes, in. The Earth has been smoking. An ash has been raining down for over fifty years. No one knows exactly how the coal fire got started, but whatever set the thing off this long lived. Blaze isn't some kind of one off luke. Naturally occurring coal deposits are called seems in the mining industry, and wherever such veins occur whole seem fires like the one under Centralia may break out and commonly do. China's three thousand mile or five thousand kilometer coal mining belt is notorious for its seemed fires a so as a town in India where fires have claimed about forty one million tons of coal since nineteen eighteen. We spoke by email with a new TMA per cash, a geologist at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She said the issue is more prevalent in areas. Where coal was extracted in the past with limited efforts to ensure that the whole left, the extraction was filled up. She explained that mines that don't provide structural support to keep ground from collapsing. Likewise risk seem fire outbreaks. Granted humans aren't always responsible. Though down in new, south Wales Australia, there's a famous coal seam that's been burning for six thousand years straight scientists think it was first ignited by an ancient brushfire or lightning strike. A coal doesn't need much encouragement to catch fire under the right circumstances, the material can actually light itself ablaze through spontaneous combustion. We also spoke by with research geologist Alain Coker. He explained the decomposition of Pyrite President in coal produces heat, and in some cases, the self heating can start the coal on fire. This is a problem even where coal is transported long distances and ships. By most accounts, Centralia great fire began at a dump near the local odd fellows cemetery on May, twenty seventh of nineteen, sixty two. This landfill was intentionally set ablaze was six volunteer firefighters, standing by. It was all part of a yearly cleanup effort by the local government. Controlled Burns were popular garbage disposal technique back then, but things didn't always go according to plan. Perhaps this fire ran deeper into the trash than anybody realized if so, it could have spread through the refuse and entered the nearest coal mine pit with no one being the wiser. Than again, be the town. Government had nothing to do with it. Some have argued that different garbage fire at the same site. A lit by an unidentified truck driver is what really sealed Centralia fate. Another less popular theory claims the coal seam fire started all the way back in the Great Depression and went unextinguished for decades before the nineteen sixties gave it a new lease on life. Regardless. The inferno made itself right at home, sweeping through mine tunnels and coal seams, flames descended as far as three hundred feet, ninety meters below the ground, sometimes nearing temperatures of one, thousand, three hundred fifty degrees, Fahrenheit or seven hundred thirty Celsius. According to an investigation in two thousand twelve has a tway's underlying. Some four hundred acres or sixty hectares of land, had been touched by the blaze at sometime or other. Coker said uncontrolled coalfires have all the potential environmental impacts of burning coal for power generation with none of the benefits in addition to emitting carbon dioxide, trace metals, such as mercury and harmful. Fine particles are emitted. Per, cash noted that methane and sulfur dioxide are also common and so distinctive that just talking about these fires virtually floods her with memories of the sent. To this day, smoke rises from the earth through fishers around Centralia. Meanwhile, the terrain has become perilously unstable over time. Her cash said these fires are dangerous as land can suddenly collapsed or sink as the fire just eats up the ground underneath such collapses can damaged houses roads. Train tracks etc.. That's why Pennsylvania closed off four thousand feet, or about one thousand two hundred meters of route sixty one back in nineteen, ninety-three subterranean pillars held up the pavement, were destroyed or weakened by the flames, making the roadway totally unsuitable for motorists. So Wilson Trail is fire ever burn out? Extinguishing so-far haven't paid off. Between nineteen sixty to nineteen eighty-two assorted government agencies spent seven million dollars fighting. This entrails a qualifier openings sealed trenches were dug, and the minds were stuffed with non-combustible. And crushed rocks, but nothing worked. Nearly all of Centralia former residents are long gone. Many took advantage of a forty two million dollar tax payer funded relocation initiative, which saw five hundred buildings destroyed. The final holdouts have been granted permission to spend the rest of their lives in the town as per eight thousand thirteen settlement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. According to the state's Department of Environmental, protection the fire might keep on raging for over a hundred years yet to come. But as bad as they can get coal seam, buyers aren't invincible. Kosh said good policies on mining safety and reclamation go a long way as preventative measure, if a fire does start taking quick action to contain it by isolating the fire, dousing the fire, cooling the area and continued monitoring to ensure that the fire does not start again are important measures. Centralia? Hellish effect made it part of the inspiration for the two thousand six horror film silent. The departure from the video game series that it was adapted from. And over the past thirty odd years town Centralia not silent hill has become an unlikely tourist destination. One former attraction was the abandoned stretch of route sixty one dubbed the graffiti highway at attracted masses of street artists who added a rainbow of cartoons and signatures to the pavement. However in two thousand twenty, the corporation that owns the undrivable road, had covered up with piles of dirt. Dissuade visitors from swinging by during the covid nineteen pandemic.

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Report: Kobe Bryant pilot may have been disoriented in fog

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Report: Kobe Bryant pilot may have been disoriented in fog

"There is new information about what may have caused the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others the information is in the seventeen hundred page report from the national transportation safety board it says the pilot of the helicopter that crashed in thick fog reported he was climbing when in fact he was descending the report says the pilot told air traffic controllers he was climbing to four thousand feet to get above clouds on January twenty six but in reality the chopper was plunging toward a hillside southwest of Los Angeles where crashed killing all aboard the report does not offer a conclusion about what caused the crash rather to compilation of factual reports that we gathered about the case a final report on the calls will come later I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Report: Kobe Bryant pilot may have been disoriented in fog

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Report: Kobe Bryant pilot may have been disoriented in fog

"There is new information about what may have caused the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others the information is in the seventeen hundred page report from the national transportation safety board it says the pilot of the helicopter that crashed in thick fog reported he was climbing when in fact he was descending the report says the pilot told air traffic controllers he was climbing to four thousand feet to get above clouds on January twenty six but in reality the chopper was plunging toward a hillside southwest of Los Angeles where crashed killing all aboard the report does not offer a conclusion about what caused the crash rather to compilation of factual reports that we gathered about the case a final report on the calls will come later I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Net but for doesn't hold short with an aircraft doing touch and go landings he crosses the runway in the controller in the tower he's not happy forget about that right now I told you to pour cold short need within us exactly the FAA tells ABC news it is investigating yeah I love Harrison for somebody said those magnificent men in their flying machines he is not by the way authorities say there was no danger by the way of a crass to keep it serious now the other plane was near about four thousand feet away from them when it hit the runway and since that guy was doing touch and goes anyway he was back up in the air long before reaching the spot where four went creeping along in his magnificent flying machine I. yard in Flatbush cops say not only was he breaking social distancing rules by taking part in a sidewalk game of craps but an off duty bus driver also allegedly packing heat twenty two year old G. RD eight men Nelson high tailed it when the cops broke up a large crowd playing dice is on east twenty third near Flatbush Avenue about eight thirty last night well when they finally caught up with them they say he was carrying a loaded pistol the guys from the stabbing at say yeah they were investigating a separate incident weren't even paying attention to these folks when they noticed a bunch of people dozens of them playing dice on the sidewalk and told them scram break it up it's supposed to be social distancing what are you doing they say that's when eight men Nelson must've been spooked by them because he had a gun I don't know but made out like a deer in the headlights and started hoofing it down the street well tonight he's charged with criminal possession of a gun obstructing government administration and a lesser charge of having dear eyes instead of snake eyes see how I work that it's radio.

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Gabrielle Palmas: Surviving a Midair Collision

There I Was...

11:10 min | 8 months ago

Gabrielle Palmas: Surviving a Midair Collision

"Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. You were in an interesting situation and you and I were Were chatting about it not too many people have survived a mid air you did. Can you tell us all about that absolutely so thankfully not many three hundred? Our pilots have experienced talking to the FAA and the NTSB but In October twenty twelve. I found myself in that exact situation to give some background. I fly out of Phoenix and a few different airports here where we have some of the best flying weather in the United States and in the world so with that comes a whole bunch of traffic air traffic. We have eight general aviation airports within thirty nautical miles of each other. And there's a lot of international students here with training academies and things tend to get busy when it's a beautiful day outside a very busy area. You've got all the airport you mentioned you. Of course got Phoenix International. And just outside of that. You've got Luke Air Force Base which is a training base for the Air Force. So it is a busy area. Everybody trying to take advantage of that beautiful Arizona weather and along with that. We have very limited approaches that we can do when it comes to training. So there's only one I alas in the area that were really allowed to navigate by and the only other two are at Phoenix Sky Harbor and over it Gateway Airport so along with that we have a lot of intense training traffic heading down south to this one particular airport. Kasa grind and their sister when were transitioning through these areas on top of that we have practice areas so it gets to be a little crazy when it comes to all of these training academy airplanes in one spot. So there I was. I was up on a training flight with my chief pilot on a stage. Check to progress to my next step of training in my instrument and as we were flying and transitioning out of the practice area and heading toward the airport for practice approach. We were in that scary spot where you're not talking to either frequency yet. You're in the process of changing your in the process of getting yourself situated for an approach. So there's a lot happening. I was under the hood at the time and my chief pilot reached out for the controls and turned to the aircraft and dove down as fast as he could and we ended up hitting something and my initial thought was. Maybe we hit an airplane. But I'm thinking birds. Birds are probably going to be the best scenario here right birds. It's fine just birds and he told me calmly. I need you to take your hood off and I need you to look around to see if you see them so there was with the thought process of. Oh my gosh. We hit another airplane with people inside of it. Wow that's another level of intensity there you're under the hood you feel an impact. The instructor says take your hood off and now you take the hood off. You're just trying to get total laissez on on now having vision. And where are you? And I can't imagine that it was a fear of looking out to the right side. I can tell you that. Why is that where you felt the thump? Come from yes okay. The impact was from the right side of the wing. We lost three feet of our wing and a Piper Warrior and had no aileron control whatsoever after that. So not only. Were we trying to see if the other party survived? We were also trying to figure out. What do we do now? Do we get this aircraft on the ground as soon as possible. Yes okay do we. Head straight toward the airport. Because at that point we were aligned directly toward the Chandler airport where we're based or do we make smaller turns to head toward an abandoned airstrip. That's on reservation. Land Not really monitored by anybody but also much closer to us and less traffic possibilities because we were also thinking okay. It's just the wing but it could also be the landing gear. It could be the engine stopping at any moment. We don't know what else has been impacted. About what altitude were you guys in terms of AG L? When the collision occurred at about four thousand feet. Okay and it's a an awkward altitude to be at because you're in the process of shooting practice approach and not yet on with approach. But your right at that altitude Should you be at the five hundreds or should you be at the thousands? What are we doing here? So that was the most difficult struggle for us to is that. It's a transition point where you're descending from one to another but with us. We had just leveled off to start the approach and start talking to traffic control so I remember a styling in. Instead of contacting approach. We contacted our local tower because we figured that the local tower might have these guys up on their radar and they have a better internal contact to get down to our flight. School emergency services in the local area Chandler versus talking to Phoenix approach which was much further away. So all of these split-second decisions were being made. We didn't want to fly over houses. Were dealing with an airstrip in the middle of nowhere versus airports but the airstrip is closer. And how do we do this? We manipulate the airplane. Just using rudder so I can tell you I am beyond grateful. I wouldn't be here today. If my chief pilot had not been the one in the airplane with me because this man flies great lakes he flies pits he flies aerobatic and knows exactly the limitations of an aircraft especially in a state like this so immediately of course he was on the controls and once we landed We couldn't use any flaps obviously coming in because the Aileron had been jammed so much into the flap system and we just took every precaution. You're sitting there thinking about going back to the basics when something like this happens. You're cracking the door open. Just like you're taught in training your hands on the fuel selector valve to make sure that you're shutting that off as soon as you touch down you just go into that mode that we all practice for over and over again in emergency training as student pilots. All the way up to professionals know at any point. Did you ever see the other airplane? We never did air. Traffic control finally told us about a minute before we land that they were able to see them squawking seventy seven hundred so at least we knew at that point that they were alive before we landed. Okay but you hear the collision you never do. See Them. You're focused on flying your own airplane. The instructors got control of the airplane. Did you guys do a controllability check talks about now? You've got this airplane. You make the decision to go into Keila River Memorial. I think you mentioned on on the reservation. Was it relatively close to you. Where you just a few miles away from the airport. At that time we were so we were just a few miles to southeast of the airport. So perfectly lined up with the chandler that we were checking back to so. It took us about fifty to ninety degree turn. I can't remember the exact amount in order to get lined up with the runways that are over at. He'll river for us. During that time it was a matter of okay. Let's take a look. See what we can actually do. The airplane okay. The rudders are fine. Ailerons can't do it okay. What about flap controls? Nope totally jammed. Can I ask you? Did you know that were ineffective? Because you tried to use them in. Couldn't or did you just look out at them and decide? We're not even going to try that. Nope we tried to move the yoke around and nothing was working. You could move the from full left to right and nothing was working. Got It so no aileron control but you do have good pitch control and good rudder control of course The engine still operating normally correct. Okay and you're at four thousand feet above the he'll river memorial. So you looking at the map here you do. What looks like probably a left hand. Turn and begin. Descending towards the river memorial is that right correct it was get on the ground as fast as you can power idle since we have zero flaps worse case scenario if we're high weaken slip it and just pray at this point though we get this thing on the ground safe and you have to do much turning or you rudder over in the direction of he'll river and you were pretty much set up on a final approach there or how did you guys do that. We were essentially on a long final at this point. Enough time to get stabilized and pay attention to how we were going to muscle this onto the ground. And how did you do that? Did you fly a pretty fast final because you were? I mean who knows what your real stall speed is now with three fear wing missing out on the right side right. How'd you handle the approach speed somewhat? I remember I remember My chief keeping it pretty straightforward and S. Just saying. You know. It doesn't matter how long it takes us to get stopped. We're going to aim toward the beginning of the runway. It's a relatively long runway because this airport at one point was used for aerial firefighting. So they still have some DC. Six's that are. They're just kind of abandoned so we knew we had a lot more room to work with and no houses on either end unlike the Chandler airport so we figured we just need to get close to the ground. We'll get it on the ground and then however long it takes us to get stopped and situated. We'll figure that out as we go. Yeah so it sounds like you keep your speed up. You came down and realize you had a long runway. The winds can get pretty strong out there in Arizona were the wind factor at all. Thankfully not because this was October so October is some of our most mild weather in Arizona. It's the transition period between when we get all of those storms coming in. The monsoon season has wrapped up for the most part and then October becomes that seventy degree weather until we reach March. Beautiful Time of year to fly out there and so That was a lucky break for you that it happened there when you're not worried about the heat or the wind or density altitude too much so you guys came down final. Kept your air speed up. You come over the runway and then just from there as normal as he could make it around out of flare and touchdown correct yet as normal as we could make it and as soon as we got on the ground immediately. Shut everything down. Fuel selector valve turned off and get out of the airplane as fast as we can just in case and I can't tell you how fast we both dropped to the ground just to make sure that both of us were okay that you know okay. We're on the ground. It's fine now. We can start thinking about everything that comes along with this.

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Invulnerable to Danger - Part 2

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

10:49 min | 9 months ago

Invulnerable to Danger - Part 2

"Talking about affecting the safety mindset of pilots that appear to feel invulnerable and we were using the Kobe. Bryant crashed the pilot from that crash is a kind of example now. We don't have the final report on that accident yet. But we do have a lot of data and I've had a lot of great conversations and I think I'm finally getting my head around some strategies that we can use to avoid making the same mistakes I mean first of all. Let's just review. There's been a lot of data coming back about the Kobe. Bryant crashed but we're using that pilot as an example because at the end of the day he was flying at about one hundred and sixty knots three hundred feet off the ground in very very marginal conditions and died doing something that kills more pilots than other weather events combined rights lightning icing thunderstorms microbursts wind. Share I mean you name it right all of that in one bucket via far into IMC kills more pilots right. So how did this eight thousand two hundred pilot? Eight thousand two hundred hour pilot not know that right. He must have known that. There's there's no way he didn't know that yet he's still going at that. Speed three hundred feet off the ground in conditions that were extremely marginal and at some point. He realized I can't do this anymore. I'm not I don't have visibility. I'm getting too close to the ground. And he executed an abrupt pull up into the clouds. We don't know why it was so abrupt. We don't know if he was thinking. I'm just GONNA pop up through this layer or or what but you can go to the pilot's. Handbook of Air Nautical Knowledge. Look up the section on spatial disorientation. This is textbook. There's something called elevator allusion when you introduce that upward force. Your tendency is to pitch down and just before the top of the clouds just before the helicopter broke out. That's exactly what happened. It started diving left. Turn and hit a mountain going. Four thousand feet permanent down right so the pilot unless he became incapacitated or had instrument failures. Let's just you know. Let's go with the obvious. Right comes razor. The most obvious answer tends to be the correct one he. He was spatially disoriented which would make a ton of sense because he's doing something that kills more pilots than all other weather events combined and he exposed himself to this elevator illusion. The real question is how did he feel as though this was not a problem for him how did he. Why was he going that fast? And some people say well hey look. There were pressures to fly Kobe Bryant. And Yeah Okay. But it doesn't mean you have to be on one hundred sixty three hundred feet off the ground. I think the behavior of if you watch the flight path and think about the mindset of this pilot. This is somebody who wasn't feeling vulnerable. Maybe right up until the very end. So how do we affect that? A lot of you know my work and I I in my book setting the standard a large part of. What's really become my thesis and Flight? Training is that we need to emulate the commercial operators standardize our behavior around accidents. That have occurred so that. We're modifying behaviors based on accidents. That have occurred whenever possible. We make those procedures redundant and then we force our own compliance But still even even knowing that there's still the right amount of pressure under the rate circumstances at the right time or the right combination of events that will get even the most experienced pilots. You know that to say well just this once. I'm going to. Maybe they even get away with it and it becomes normal right and they normalized this deviant behavior that they didn't even know was deviant because they keep getting away with it. I got some really interesting feedback about how in some other industries like law enforcement for example or construction others unknown concept that with a certain amount of hours or a certain amount of experience you become complacent that experience equals that and then flying we kind of do the opposite. We think more hours is more experienced. The is the safer pilot. And maybe that's true in the in the professional world where you're going back in for recurrent training every six months But maybe not so much in generally vacation one of the people I talked to a gentleman named David Dow. Who's a safety expert for confined spaces particularly in construction? I believe in any case. Consider what he had to say about safety. Classes that were required in the workplace couple hundred fatalities each year and trenches and excavations and confined spaces and was my specialty so to speak a lot of safety classes I met a lot of times with skepticism from participants and they basically had the attitude. If I've been doing this work for years and I've never had a problem So safety really isn't a concern. Just have not had a problem in the past. So why am I here for the safety class? I sometimes joke and think of it like you know. There's an expression that if a company is not growing it's dying. I always say if a pilot's not trying to get better. They're getting worse. And the concept of normalization of deviance is. Maybe you're getting away with things. Maybe the Kobe Brian Pilot had done this fifteen twenty times when the conditions were slightly better and it worked. You know you can kind of falsely. Prove to yourself that what you're doing is safe. So that's when I started thinking about the scared straight program and you know that's the one where they take the problem youth and they put him in jail for the night and they get scared straight in quotes and that led to a very interesting conversation with Greg Patch. All My name is Greg Paddle. I'm the Chief Flight Instructor Gateway Technical College and Kenosha Wisconsin. I think the biggest issue is getting pilots to realize their their own weaknesses or overconfidence. And the the only way to really do that is to put them in a position where they become overconfident or overlook some of their weaknesses and actually make a mistake. And it's trying to find a safe way to do that and there in lies one of the issues. You know the reason. We don't do spins in training anymore because two thirds the accidents. The fatal accidents were happening in training. So how can you safely do this? How can you safely make pilots aware of their vulnerability? Greg uses simulators and actual NTSB accident reports to recreate events that have proven fatal in the real world One of the scenarios we use as a a maintenance flight for an aircraft where it had some work done. Everything's supposed to be good and you know you're flying this airplane back to your home base. what we usually do is We we give the students the scenario. We don't tell them you know what the accident is. What happened we say? Plan the flight you know you might have. Passengers might not how much fuel you bring in. So the first thing they do is they ready. One page Risk Assessment papers and Kinda lay out what they see as possible risk for the flight and what their negation strategies or reduction strategies are for those perceived risks and they may or may not hit the nail on the head with the flight. Sometimes it's something that's completely outside the realm of something they could check on a simulator flight like a maintenance issue Then they will Submit a flight plan and plan for him so we know what their route is. We know what fuel they WANNA take and they may or may not get that out just like an eye for flight plan you might get throughout you file or not. The scenario happens in the simulator. The instructor kind of drive that Whether it'd be an engine failure or Seafood type of scenario where there's controlled flight into terrain and the actual excellent report And depending on how. The students either plan the flight or respond to that. That stressor in this scenario is Is the learning experience so sometimes the flight was off without a hitch minutes because they saw that risk upfront and they were able to apply you know appropriate negation strategies and move through that. And say I'll come and they they get to the end of the scenario and they're like well you know nothing really happened. Well Great. That means you. You had good skills going into that flight. For that scenario that doesn't happen with every scenario One of the scenarios I use is a A flight within Inner Fire and I actually bought a small smoke generator from party city and use that in the simulator to to add that realism. And it's about an hour and a half into the flight so I mean you're in the simulator in an enclosed simulator for an hour and a half after a while. It feels like you're fine an airplane and all of a sudden starts pouring. I had students panic a little bit in the simulator. You know and it. Kinda sounds funny but you know after you're in there for a while you really think that's happening so as realistic as you can. So that it applies to something they'd see in real life to trying to teach them to be more diligent about looking at the day to day flying and and what south or that could be a danger. There is so much good stuff in there and Greg is definitely a man after my own heart. You know I am the guy in the simulator with all the lights off and forcing my student to hold a Red Light. You know and Turning the volume the hominy engine up as loud as I can. And putting on headsets and making fake air traffic control calls mean anything we can do to make it more like the real world and Greg's right after a while that the illusion really does start to get some depth and you start to feel like you're in an airplane even though it's not moving and there's no you know perception emotion. Another amazing thing that they are doing there is having a risk assessment For the flight that they're about to taken. I'm not sure if it was greg with. Somebody got me on instagram and said that that was something their school did as well just to build it in from day. One on any given flight even if I'm going out to the practice area with a student there's a certain amount of risk associated with it and I have certain risk mitigation strategies for me assuming. No one makes any obvious mistakes. I consider the three big risks fire failure and collision on and you know for fire and failure. Outside of structural failure. You practice you know you. Practice communication failure you practice engine failure you practice fire procedures emergency to sense all sorts of stuff like that and for collision. I feel a lot better now. In today's world that were inside of what used to be the mode c ring but now requires a DSP out transponders. So I definitely take advantage of that. I've got the century Receiver always up. I've got four flat on my phone buzzing traffic in my pocket. I've got four fight on my IPAD showing traffic and now we really do have good visibility. So you have a risk mitigation strategy. Even if it's just I'm GONNA look out the window and I think the process of walking through it is what's important and what we want to pass

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Probe: Bryant helicopter was 100 feet from clear skies

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Probe: Bryant helicopter was 100 feet from clear skies

"The pilot of the helicopter that crashed on January twenty sixth killing Kobe Bryant is thirteen year old daughter Chiana and seven others appears to have experienced spatial disorientation the national transportation safety board said Friday veteran pilot error as a boy in told air traffic control he was climbing to four thousand feet to get out of thick clouds but the NTSB says the helicopter ascended to only twenty three hundred feet before entering a high speed descent and left turn the helicopter slammed into a hillside at more than one hundred eighty miles per hour camera footage reviewed later showed the helicopter was just one hundred feet from the top of the clouds when it went into the dive hi Mike Rossio

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No sign of engine failure in crash that killed Kobe Bryant

Michael Brown

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

No sign of engine failure in crash that killed Kobe Bryant

"Federal investigators released their initial findings in the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash in the NTSB is preliminary report just out investigators say and do you will bulls sections of the helicopter's engines and there is no evidence of failure the number two engine shows signs it was rotating at the time of impact showing that engine failure may not have been involved in the crash and now the NTSB believes a chopper dropped at an even faster rate the final moments at four thousand feet per minute but why is unknown if it was whether or something else Alex stone ABC

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Engine failure ruled out in Kobe Bryant helicopter crash

Orlando's Evening News

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Engine failure ruled out in Kobe Bryant helicopter crash

"Tonight the NTSB is out with its initial report on the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant made other skin the NTSB is preliminary report just out investigators say in view of all sections of the helicopter's engines that there is no evidence of failure the number two engine shows signs it was rotating at the time of impact showing that engine failure may not have been involved in the crash and now the NTSB believes a chopper dropped at an even faster rate in the final moments at four thousand feet per minute but why is unknown if it was whether or something

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Crash-warning device might not have saved Bryant helicopter

Orlando's Morning News

01:09 min | 10 months ago

Crash-warning device might not have saved Bryant helicopter

"New information in the Kobe Bryant crash investigation yesterday the NTSB said his helicopter nearly cleared the hill that it hit by twenty or thirty feet experts we spoke to say the helicopter was going so fast in a downward trajectory it essentially entered a point of no escape in this case the helicopter was in such an extreme position just six hundred feet above the ground diving at the ground four thousand feet per minute that that terrain warning system probably would not have been any help the pilot just didn't have a chance to recover a diving deeper the menu pilots are air one gives us an interesting perspective on the helicopter crash pilot Robert Altman tells me he's flown in the fog before the number one hazard to hold up he says they keep their one grounded pretty regularly for low clouds and fog it really is it's oriented in a in a situation like that from what he seen about the Bryant helicopter crash all this is it seems the pilot was put on a long air hold then they changed as routing a few times what will you probably happen to me is that you just flew into six but you know you the it happens he says it looks like a fairly common accident with some fairly uncommon passengers gene Wexler news ninety six point five W.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

"Currently advising over Stevens pass no restrictions heading over snow calmly fast travel time from average Seattle currently around thirty minutes to come to Seattle also around thirty minutes our next door traffic at eight forty four now for the call a call real forecast your sermons on gray skies and showers throughout the day pretty consistent rain during the morning as well and some gusty winds up there especially if you're around say the Bellingham area schedule county as well also along the coast you feel guess between forty to fifty miles an hour between now and noon and then as we head through the afternoon die those winds down keep the showers going places under mostly cloudy skies hi stay before used to lower fifty snow level that's gonna be right around four thousand feet today dropping to three thousand tomorrow in the couple of the centers on companies are temperature now Seattle here's fifty degrees latest after we have us about thirty eight degrees are also hearing now increasing avalanche danger because of the rising small level about four thousand feet should dropped about three thousand three tomorrow eastern was sharing look pretty healthy today here looking at some of the cameras as well and a reminder for crystal mountain because it was so crowded a couple of weeks ago they decided weekends only and holidays are gonna do online ticket sales only you gotta get your lift ticket in advance whether skiing or snowboarding unless you have that icon ski pass or if your crystal mountain founder club member of course your your honored with your tickets are talking crystal mountain this week for sure but come on news that this will be going on until the end of February and during the week of course you can walk up and buy a ticket there at the ticket booth in Leicester heard yesterday from some of the bus is going to crystal they said it wasn't too bad yesterday for being too crowded then the parking lots there were still still some spaces they're good event going on in Seattle today for that matter around the country cyclist burning calories for a because it's the second or make that the seventh consecutive year of cycle for survival here in Seattle organizer say more than seven hundred rare cancer patients doctors and care givers taking part in an indoor cycling event at Fremont studios in Fremont more than thirty seven thousand expected to participate in events across the country and some seventeen cities organizer say every dollar raised goes towards cancer research it's eight thirty six you recall mall for days now then two possible gunmen still on the run since that shooting downtown Seattle at third and pine near McDonalds in the wake of the violence and on the first weekend since tragedy unfolded some refused to go anywhere near that corner I did feel a little bit anxious here we've known asus for very long right now it's just really scary there is no.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Happening time for what's happening if your system expected to bring rain and cold temperatures to southern California Tomari could deliver a White Christmas to the antelope valley we had a white thanksgiving by the way it's thanksgiving morning we got up to six inches by noon and it if they in in spite of what bill Handel said may I I agree down here and sold in Santa Clarita years ago when it melted before nine AM the snow that we had not been four thousand feet it was on the ground for like three days and it took its time melting it was for real well tomorrow the National Weather Service says with cold temperatures the snow levels will be down thirty five hundred to four thousand feet and snow accumulations are possible in the antelope valley and thanksgiving day a wintry storm brother region snow and I just said that other communities in the high desert including hapless Victorville and horrible apple valley also enjoyed some snow San Gabriel mountains could receive up to three inches of rain and by the way heads up if you think that maybe you're gonna and I mean I I don't envy you if if your plan is to pop up to Bakersfield for Christmas day or whatever you better do it today be the zip the this low pressure system heads out later on tonight and it it's it's not because you can't drive through newly fallen snow it's that the guy in front of you can't do it that that's if there's a recurring problem with why California doesn't work it's not it's none of your doing but see a whole who just didn't change lanes without signaling that great vine guy and so that's what you want to get through there before it's a problem and some idiot spins out I mean in the rain the other night some idiot spun out Sunday night you just it's just wet just don't do ninety miles an hour to slow down a bit and you will be the idiot Hispana but spin out idiot up by a what was by Osborne on on five so believe me when the snow falls the the idiots from the simple drivers are a separate a pretty quickly in California I got I I will I'll give the siege be credit for something and if you if you maybe you go up to.

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Cold Storm Could Bring Snowfall To SoCal Mountains, High Deserts

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Cold Storm Could Bring Snowfall To SoCal Mountains, High Deserts

"Partly cloudy skies as we head into your Tuesday and your Christmas Eve day numbers are going to be in the low sixties from the beaches to the base and valleys inland empire you're gonna be in the fifties this afternoon high desert near fifty degrees sounds cooler in the thirties we are tracking a cold Christmas storm to move in tomorrow and into Thursday snow levels going to be dropping down significantly to about four thousand feet winter storm watches have been issued ahead of the storm we could see snow level dropping down to pass levels so we could see travel troubles through the passes as we head into your Christmas and Thursday by Friday the sun shines back and we have a nice dry weekend with temperatures below average in the fifties and

Space capsule blasts off during abort engine test in New Mexico

Orlando's News at Noon

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Space capsule blasts off during abort engine test in New Mexico

"Over the NASA one step closer to returning American astronauts to space Boeing conducting an abort test for its starliner capsule which could eventually be used to ferry astronauts to and from space two one one zero the castle launching from a platform using its four aboard engines sending in about four thousand feet in the air a speed of six hundred and fifty miles per hour complete are you cut out contractor America around forty killed from their two parachutes deployed lowering the starliner safely back

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Is BizAv Entering The Third Age Of Aviation?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

09:30 min | 1 year ago

Is BizAv Entering The Third Age Of Aviation?

"What was the highlight or alone lider help us out well certainly Monday nights Gulfstream roll out of the g seven hundred sales mockup amid a multi million dollar extravaganza telescoping led jumbotrons and smoke and sound the end and light flashes and so forth those pretty much stole the show and I think the significance of g seven hundred was that cost name whether they wanted not Kinda got eclipsed by global seventy five hundred here's an airplane to go seventy seven hundred files business aviation's first for section did you really say eclipse anyway you know all of the thunder at the top end of the market Peru can produce the ultimate over jet seems to have been stolen by bombarded with global seventy five hundred you know the folks Savannah near the editor something so what they've done is a very clever stretching of g six fifty and they stretched it by ten feet and of course I will tell you when you stretch an airplane you can re Lee add a lot of volume to it for very little weight increase and saw the airplanes been stretched the airplane has the same weighing as the g six fifty it has new winglets to lower drag and new engines that Guy talked about and a new flight deck that has taken from the G. five hundred six hundred so called Jesus Surrey's a which is symmetry which is based on active side sticks and touchscreens an iphone for avionics if you will and the need a g seven and g five hundred g six hundred type rating instead of g six fifty type rating to fly the G. Seven hundred even what's a derivative of g six fifty now the airplane because it stretched only gained about fifteen hundred pounds of empty weight and Gulfstream's managed to stuff another twelve hundred pounds of fuel onboard they're claiming the airplane will not have any more range initially than the seventy five hundred mile g six fifty we all know here that Gulfstream is not going to allow Bob Party to have boardroom bragging rights with a four Cabinet Uber jet that has more range than airplanes so you know people I talked to think it'll APP seventy eight hundred eight thousand miles range when it comes out but I think Gulfstream really kind of Stole the show on Monday night you know what what did you folks that how did you how do you think it compares you know Plane plane with with the bombarding well The airplane is ten feet longer now it has two extra windows in each side and Gulfstream specifications showed the cabin is almost two feet longer than the global seventy five hundred Each of those four living spaces should be better and I think that from my experience lead the Gulfstream will have not only the highest pressurization class mind you you know forty five thousand feet the pressurization on g seven hundred as she six fifty gives you like a four thousand foot cabin uh-huh and from what I've seen these are the quietest business jets in the Sky I believe the Gulfstream will have a substantially quieter airplane them Bob Barker Jake the global seventy five hundred what's what's the price seventy five million dollars only that only why is that for seventy five hundred dollars seventy five million dollars well you get we'll head up displays with standard enhanced vision and synthetic vision on displays get symmetry cockpit you get standard k a band sat gone and he played with the same bill you know you can do a void calling on Asan you can stream movies this has become the standard and I think that at the cabin experience will be at least as good if not better than global seventy five hundred because it slightly larger quieter and bombarding a is here at the show is highlighting there Interior of seventy five hundred with the law Fra the opera soundsystem strategically placed so it's like the taking the home theater experience and putting that into your airplane at Swiss to cheech strategically placed speakers and all that and the new seats or it's almost like a seat contest in a way like especially designed seeds and beautiful interiors on both of these what's really interesting molly and thank you for bringing Matt up you take a look at how these airplanes have been positioned in the market you don't see the videos where they're planning stuff with executives going from city to city Doing Business deals man this is a fly Ferretti Yacht you see families and dogs and beautiful people inexpensive closed and they're listening to Laborat- Stereo Systems and seeing four K. movies this is a lifestyle experiences for me Geez you know after almost four decades and business aviation dime shift to see these manufacturers go after high net worth individuals and the lifestyle segment business people due to the mood lighting and to if you go from so you're less jet lag so you kind of recreate the you know you're the different daylight nighttime die you're doing inside but at seventy five million I think I think the bottle mine is GONNA pay for more than more than individuals I would think of all the airplanes going out there that maybe I don't eighty five percent would go to these individuals or what do you think no actually there's been quite a bit of shift and I think both bombarded and Gulfstream of said these things now predominantly or going to hide Nassar's individuals as opposed to corporations they announced still watch customer had her executive right and also put the flex jet to add it to their flex jet yet is going to be I and and Embraer's going to flex shit now as well right one and one point five billion dollars worth of member airs that's Interesting Guy day Fred raise the point about the engines are they special I mean most most Gulfstream's have had roles from the start not all yeah no not all not all well this is very interesting point here I think what you're seeing is now the the next phase of this ongoing battle that we've nest Zena the top end of of the Corpus jet market where these these UBI jets as Fred rightly calls them kind of the broad out of the the factors the very best of new technologies that's been developed not only for these this what is admittedly a niche market but also springing off work in doing it back on the headquarters for that commercial programs so for example Jeez spun the passport engine which took over at bombard ea for for a while at the top end of the market with the equal which they then produced the passed ball from Pratt and Whitney of course came out of a similar concept of common in core program for the for the geared turbofan which then managed to get hold of this the top end of the Gulfstream market temporarily taking the crown away from rolls-royces equally right you mentioned so roles similar program it's called the advance series so the advanced three is currently developing as the basis for their next Generation big commercial engines the advanced two is where the Pearl comes on the Pearl is the engine for Fred's chat it's the pill seven hundred it's a piece of engineering excellent by what we've seen so far it's remarkable it's going to fifty one point inch diameter titanium uh-huh bliscoll fan that means that the blades is twenty four of them and they're actually permanently attached to the to the hub itself they're not sloppy it and like you used to be able to it's a that's a lighter weight solution is more narrow dynamically advanced to and it's called Scott this very high Asia ratio core twenty four to one inside the engine the first six play first stages of high pressure compressor also blessed for the same reason of weight it's altogether remarkable piece of Kit and I think you know to the point it's actually continuing this philosophy of using

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

"Detour set up currently though you are going to be using money lost road state route for ten and state route one sixty five to get around that closure we're also watching over all this rain that we have going on here here in downtown I would suggest just leaving some extra between you and the vehicles around your ticket going to be the safer way to go definitely. you will also watch out for bottle you never know when they might be deeper than they look you don't want to go hydroplaning out there our next couple traffic at seven thirty four I'm Dylan hold. look at our Sunday forecast not as windy as Saturday we'll have cloudy conditions for that here are some showers to keep the roads wed differentially we'll get some breaks during the afternoon temperature still in the fifties sunny weather plan for Monday and Tuesday also take note over nine hours temperatures will dip down into the thirties and forties in many areas of Puget Sound which let us know. four thousand feet in the north areas of the cascades roads. clear that's layers McConnell weather center. travel call news on this morning I'm more Christopher okay those of you that can't wait you're wondering what happened to the Huskies yesterday not to worry we found that women twenty eight fourteen the final the Huskies against USC they were back home is a jump right back in the pac twelve play the seventies rag dog Sir to three and one overall taking on number twenty one USC over a month like on Saturday by far this is known as like the biggest game of the season I mean after all the Trojans coming off an upset win over Genseric Utah a week before and they also have an early lead in the pac twelve south with the Huskies looking to come off a huge road win themselves a B. Y. U. twenty eight fourteen was the final Huskies with offense and defense talk about one of the great moments in the second half. twenty eight to fourteen final the Huskies win husky sit there all next week there in Santa Clara county grabbing primetime television only was Stanford seven thirty game time on Saturday night we'll start the coverage that two thirty with the Kamel kickoff and guard Swanson talk about sea hawks today Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll speaking ahead of his team's game with the cardinals were it's sunny and mid nineties again for temperatures he's not concerned whether or not they get off to a fast start we always like to start start well if we could do it we will see you know and but it doesn't determine what's with games will be like necessarily and and so you have to do with it one way the other start fast year make sure and hang on to it you don't start as you get a good going in so no I don't feel anything yeah I'm way over that but it's always nice to start.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

"To the lights despite the unsolved crime tonight was once again about the fans as the kids flocked to the stands to cheer on their team all right Shannon explain this all winter thing. we just skipped fall. diving straight into winter all those poor kids tonight with home coming all the football games freezing in that and pouring rain at times with the lightning and some hail thankfully that part of the service has lightened up a little bit but it's still going to be chilly and still a little bit damp here for the next twenty four to thirty six check out the I. weather headlines here as we slide into this final weekend of September and first weekend of fall that feels more like winter especially over the high terrain but down below it still showering it's still dusty right now which makes it feel even cooler just gets under your skin it will remain dampen cool at times on Saturday a lot of events going on this weekend including yet another husky games so we'll see how we do tomorrow will be closed and then by Sunday it does settle down all together but it gets even colder that morning we'll start out in the thirties and many pockets away from the interior of Seattle right now look at the satellite radar pictures still so active and you can see the circulation right around this area of low pressure it's going around like a big Ferris wheel dropping showers as it goes the heaviest of which you're sitting around port Angeles and back toward port Ludlow mass mass bay tonight otherwise all that thunder lightning has settled down that does tend to happen as we lose our sunshine in the sunset so now just the garden variety showers but they mean business there dampen persistent Bainbridge and bash on looking quite wet you can see the rain continuing over west Seattle in L. chi and then back into the south sound a lot of rain still hanging around monastery now back toward Olympia and Yom as well up in the cascades we talked a lot about that snow winter radar picking up the scattered snow that continues to fall between Stevens and even snow quality pass checking out that picture an album taller earlier today it was just flying by that camera tonight so winter like up there in the higher terrain right now as well look at how much the temps have dropped we haven't had forties to show you in quite some time but that's exactly where we're sitting over downtown Seattle mainly cloudy dryer right now over downtown based on the rain nearby there on the radar in west Seattle times elsewhere primarily forties so all that cold air has been able to command across the Canadian border and it's here to stay. that's our weather maker big area of low pressure again you can see the circulation right here on the satellite picture it's going to stick right over the top of us for the rest of the weekend continuing to spend scattered showers around it throughout the day tomorrow and still locally gusty winds to make it feel even cooler and that lingering mountain snow some locations to the north and east of Stevens that northeastern corner of the cascade range as you approach British Columbia could see upwards of twelve inches of snow in some spots this weekend so for September that is very significant overnight tonight continued showers and breezy intense dropping into the forties tomorrow the first half of the day definitely looks damp and then we'll start to see the showers relaxes the day goes on but the husky games mid day could be close I would definitely least count on some wet tail gating using the dryer weather by the afternoon in that nor sound around the straight but it does remain cool and breezy winds up to about sixty give or take it the beaches but waster Washington you're in the seventies it yesterday tomorrow we're packing off into the forties there around Spokane in court Elaine cascades the toughest spot a ball because that's where we'll see the lingering snow snow level right around four thousand feet download our app that has the blog has the writer on it you can track the entire forecast that way but again first half of the weekend tomorrow we still are trying to get out of the shower a pattern we've got the Alzheimer's what Connie Thompson leading the charge on that tomorrow morning I'd expect she's going to have a ring gear just to be ready by Sunday yeah that's a chilly morning temps in the forties in Seattle thirties though in most of the outlying areas so this cool air even as it dries out Thursday all right thank you Shannon you're welcome if you don't mind the chilly weather tomorrow you can enjoy Washington state and national parks for free fees are being way for national public lands day the next free day is November eleventh for veterans day weekend..

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And he's eight six six nine the read I welcome and good morning thanks so much for being here and to Marshall get to a bunch of different stuff is it going to be an impeachment summer will also get to the but even though it's a day or two old will get to the Google climate change or the climate conference story about all these rich of Hollywood and lead people going in their yachts and their private airplanes to tell the rest of the world to get out of your cars yeah and also we'll tell you what happened when the Democrats socialist elder held a convention that's actually quite amusing story about what happened there but a lot of people want to get in on the mass shootings over the weekend in Dayton Ohio and an old castle overnight there's you know the river the report that the Dayton shooter had actually written a kill list on a bathroom wall when he was a junior in high school and it brought to school or rape list of women he was suspended from school for a while scared the daylights out a lot of kids and things like this was a third of the school or something didn't show up for awhile and then he was suspended and then ever and then he came back and they brought him back in and don't know if he was ever charge don't know if there was ever any charge that you know that is a juvenile they went after him with blood as buys reading fox news if he was charged or what ever happened in family court all those records would have been sealed right at that point and if he didn't commit an act of violence in all likelihood they would be see right well aid goes down to what the actual threat was the level of the threat and did they did authorities believe that or have evidence that he was going to Kerry Kerry out one of those threats if he was going to follow through with any of those threats that investigation clearly didn't leave that direction eight six six ninety you're right I let us go to George in San Mateo California George welcome here and what I ready welcome to the show hi good thank you very much Hey partial solution the weapon of choice in these mass shooting Susie or fifteen semi automatic rifle the problem with it isn't the rifle as much as the ammunition it fires it fires the high velocity to twenty three caliber military ammunition small bowl at the size of a twenty two rifle bullets the problem is it's high velocity four thousand feet per second it is something hard that tiny little bullet fragments and causes tremendous tissue damage why not be in the two twenty three ammunition and limit you the a a a our platform to twenty two caliber bullets which don't do nearly as much damage they would be in machine guns and and in nineteen thirty four because they were too lethal why not be in the high velocity two twenty three zero okay to lethal but all bollocks or lethal a George by if used in this fashion and here let me answer yeah go ahead let me answer the answer just as many people would get shot fewer people would die because the tissue damage wouldn't be as great you can get shot with a twenty two and I did not die one of the reasons he settles order doesn't have an army three thirty seven what about that well of course what you do then you're talking here and then you're talking hand yeah sure we we should go out of hand guns and to write well sure but yeah well that's that's that's that's the that's the point that we brought up earlier than once you start doing that then it keeps going down the list and then and the eventual solution is to get rid of all guns and that's just again that isn't going to happen in our society right it's just not going to happen right and it isn't you're not going you're we don't and say whatever you want and I know that the left states it's evil but for the millions of gun owners and say that doing that use their guns aren't actually don't use their guns except when they use our guns are using them properly for target practice or whatever who don't miss you lose their right to own a gun I'm sorry you can't go to them and say well because five or six people year do something wrong or because there are people that are in gangs or whatever who use stolen weapons to kill other people that's got nothing to do with me right it doesn't take away my rights and we know that the left views at as an offensive point of view to hold that's part of the debate that we have in this country that's part of the anger that comes from a left towards people on the right and I ask that question many times you and I both as it is at justified from the left the hatred that you have for legal gun owners whose only goal is to protect themselves if we talk about the rage that exist and we believe that that's part of the problem that we have in our society even though I don't believe that's the reason for the mass murderers and bad the mass murders like we see I'm but this is what the leftist is stating that they must be the range from the right that's doing it when the moves let's pick out the rage in the laughter for going to do that ever going to play that game will play that game right but there are tons of people in this country the hot there's hundreds of millions of people that are in rage right now because of what's going on in this country on the left and on the right they don't commit mass murders no they don't so how do you figure out which one to us out of the five or six that will a year on average.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Here in north america 'em the tree line on bone two stops it probably four thousand feet in after that it just in a weird way it just gets really hard in it and and then you're totally exposed the winds blowing you're not only having a climb up a ten percent climb but now you've got the win the deal and then so it's 'em but it's also just a beauty and i have a lot of lot of love for a lot of regret for everything's things at the decisions i made they're not those decisions but other decisions tactical decisions 'em and so but if you just look and i were where am i gonna ride time tomorrow in france if i could just take the hyper loop it would be very cool yeah thanks i while i reset this mike and camry once you talking about johann and then what we did in the euro and how we're gonna add that dynamic to to the tour this year so what what happened after we did this this my guess the first year in two thousand seventeen with you guys and gals just wanted more you want us to cover the door spain the tour of italy the world championships the classics and you know the the quite honestly i mean i was like i can't take it i can't watch anymore by grace's yeah so we we added the classics we we we've done some other things but what we did the tour of italy was i went through my old friend johann and said what if we did a show with you and ask you this is jay z's idea it's not so much of a recap show but it's a preview show you're the best tactician relive what did you do the show and you talked about what you would do in the race the next day from a tactical standpoint yes it has to be a bit of a review but then talk about what you would do as herself the next day and so that showed her in the middle east did amazingly well debra johann gray and you know more than anybody in so you know i twisted his armageddon's agreed to come back there in the tour de france and do his own show with with jd 'em previewing what he would do if he was in the shoes and the see some of these directors forties so will spend some time each day at right after the race in doing more recap like we have been doing and johann will go much deeper and more focused on tactics and tomorrow for both teams individuals everything and it's really good it was really fun during the jarrow and a he predicts a lot of things very accurately it's it's friday a in also if you see a there's something we just launched about this time last year and had a lot of fun with it was are membership bordeaux if if you wanna see what this looks like going down live behind the scenes a little bit of pre show just before we go live on edited the real deal you can sign up now and we do that team you'll see a season pass icon and it's a lot of fun and it gets you discounts in in the store which we've again for the third year in a row have beefed up the store lots of new merchandise store in cool gear as well is the members only t exclusive jesus the week on last year's so we're excited i i m were gonna go home tonight or tomorrow is you know normally the fourth of july during the tour and so like on on july fifth on hard like and hardly speak i've had so much rose eight entire day before we do this big thing in in aspen they have like a classic americana parade they've got all these floats and they've got the veterans and the fire department and all you know whatever all politicians are out there and so we have a kind of and all day fun i'm sending georgia's never been but a that is tomorrow so thank goodness all have a couple of days to get over that before we get started yeah so you'll get that first time and you get a recovery day before the jury goes live from them saying i'll be ready you i'll be ready all right thanks for tuning in we really appreciate it thank you bill but ascii by the crown cinematic right here in the railyard in santa fe.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"The show notes for this episode and again, remember the show notes carry the links, and that's you'll find him for this episode at RV lifestyle dot com slash to forty six. If you're heading to the at Iran, dex where Mike and I are this week. Be sure to keep all your boon, docking below four thousand feet elevation. The New York State Department of environmental conservation is advising people against camping above four thousand feet in the high, peaks, and has ticketing those who do not follow these guidelines, the agency is trying to keep campers out so plants in the fragile alpine zone won't be trampled, contributing to soil erosion. We were up in the alpine zone on Whiteface mountain yesterday. And one of the things we had a lot of the FIS that we're telling the little black, we're getting this as we were driving up and stop at scenic overlooks take photographs for the book. But when we got up to the peak with windy, and it was delightful. There were no flies, and, but when the wind stopped blowing they out there were some guys doing some work out there and that parked vans. And by the way, if you have a class eight don't try going up. Wait face mountain. There's no parking up there. Fly didn't they say they gave you several spots. They did. But they would only be as long as a class c o so ours fit in fine. But an A wouldn't do the really isn't one for it. But anyway, these guys came out. We knew there was something because they all had insect, emit nets over their heads. And fortunately, we travel with some and we put ours on as well. But anyway, that was fun. Hey, when we are someplace new to an area and we hear there's a state or a provincial park for in Canada. We, we usually check it out. We have found generally speaking, that state campgrounds are usually in beautiful locations and are relatively inexpensive. So when we read an article recently in the New York Times by a writer who talks about traveling the country in searching out previously unknown gems in each state. We thought we would share that story with you. And you can find this writer describes his love affair with state parks and suggests some beautiful places that you may want to camp inexpensively and. That will be linked in the show, notes again, RV lifestyle dot com slash to forty six. If you're heading to candidates Jasper national park anytime soon. There is now a no stopping rule along highway sixteen. The reason is so many bears.

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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy conducts first commercial flight

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:24 min | 1 year ago

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy conducts first commercial flight

"Become. next milestone here Meco main engine, cutoff the engines going to cut off, but it's going to continue its assent to space both the booster in the capsule together main engine cutoff is confirmed of separation is confirmed still accelerating up. We passed the Karman line the internationally recognized line of space that's at about three hundred and thirty thousand feet, and we've hit apogee see now that the speed wants zero. It's now speeding up again as the Crafter coming home unofficial altitude three hundred and forty four thousand feet or so all right right about now. The rocket itself is going to hit we call atmospheric Pierce point. It's coming back from space into the atmosphere. It means it has air pressure for some of those air dynamic surfaces to push against. So it can maneuver itself. I of the subsystem support these stability, the rocket the wedge fins, we have confirmation that they have been deployed right at about twelve thousand feet there that goes drag brakes. As the speed of the rocket dramatically reduced, and we're gonna wait for the B. E three engines and bring her down for a nice soft landing. We felt the sonic boom here down in Texas. Look at that beautiful hover and touchdown. Successful. If you could Mazing on curing beautiful side boosters new beginning those a wedge flip fins to begin retracting returning back to. The and there go the side. drag Boosters brakes as have well. begun the boost Her back burn work is done the Senate fifth core flight has throttled to space back up and to power back for that rocket. everything. Looking Just good incredible on the flight of falcon, congratulations heavy county to engine the blue cut origin off team center core. on that. Just

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Family of renowned climber presumed dead in avalanche speaks out

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Family of renowned climber presumed dead in avalanche speaks out

"Bay area based outdoor apparel company. The north face says three members of its global athlete team are presumed dead after an avalanche in Albert as Banff national park recovery. Efforts have been difficult because of the ongoing risk of even more avalanches CBS. David bag now has more the three athletes set out on Monday to tackle one of the most challenging climbs in the Canadian Rockies. Just Ross Kelly's family says he always checks in with them to let them know. He's safe but on Tuesday, they had not heard from him. And that's what Justice father decided to call the forties. Always feel over my head. There's plenty of times where I'm cold hungry tired. And you got another ten twelve hours ago. National Geographic calls just Ross Kelly one of the most accomplished climbers of his generation. He was twenty years old back in two thousand three when he became the youngest person to summit Mount Everest asked if he wanted to go to Everson, of course, he did Justice father is climbing pioneer John Ross Kelly. He says his son had never scaled house peak when he set out to tackle the nearly eleven thousand foot summit with two other professional mountaineers David Lama, and Hans your our they had all done climbs more difficult than this. It's just that they like the the looks of this route that route of house peak is the so-called M16.. It's a roughly four thousand foot of sent a vertical ice and rock. Ross. Kelly says it's a challenge for only. In the most extreme climbers. This route is has some of the most difficult climbing that you can find anywhere in the world. Ross Kelly says the three men wanted to complete their climb by Tuesday night. But by Thursday, Canada's national parks agency said the three climbers were presumed dead, and that's because helicopter crews spotted signs of multiple avalanches and debris that contain climbing equipment all three of them were really knowledgeable about avalanche conditions endangers. He loved the hit the people around him. So deeply Jordan Ross Kelly is Justice sister. She says her brother had a great sense of humor and an

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Plane with the largest wingspan in the world takes flight

BBC World Service

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Plane with the largest wingspan in the world takes flight

"The world's largest aircraft made its maiden flight in California. On saturday. The plane has to coke pits and a wingspan longer than the length of a football field. One very excited. Plane-spotter was there to see a takeoff in havi desert? Jack bay aerospace and rocket photographer for NASA spaceflight dot com, and he's been speaking to the BBC's lease to set very early morning. Maybe thirty minutes after sunrise, and we were near the end of the runway offset slightly or very early on. They had pulled the aircraft out and lined up on the end of the runway. So we were all very excited and right around seven o'clock it started to move and to my delight it took off. And it seemed almost effortless. It was. It was almost any climatic. They really did a great job both with the take off in the ending. But almost surprise to me at a certain moment. It hit me. Like, oh my goodness. This thing is actually fine in the air. Right at me. So that was quite a treat. I expect. I'll not forget this day ever set the wingspan is greater than the length of a football field. I mean, that's just almost impossible to contemplate. It's really madness. I mean, that's kind of what I mean about it being startled are surprised when it took off. 'cause I don't know what I was expecting maybe maybe longer on the runway or maybe a slower climb. But I mean, like any other aircraft. It was basically just up and out, and you know, my I was lack jot. It was just it was like nothing I've seen before. And I've seen plenty of aircraft. Plenty of large aircraft. I've shot virgin galactic here multiple times. That's always a treat. But you know, this is just on a whole 'nother level. I absolutely cannot wait for them to get a rocket under this thing. And I wanna photographic with rocket attached. I wanna see this thing launch a Pegasus, which is the type of rocket that they're believe are aiming to launch. So it's the dawn of a new era of space white we've been watching from aircraft for some time. But everyone is trying to lower the access to space low the cost access to space. You know, we can do that. Then only going to benefit humanity a large scale, it's really great. So what actually happens when the rocket is put on the plane? So eventually got to the point where where they will make the rocket to the vehicle when are happy with how everything's performing. And they have done all their tests. The vehicle will climb up about four thousand feet, I think and will release the rocket and thereby airplanes and go back and land at the at the runway, the rocket freefalls briefly fires engine, and then climbs into orbit where it will deposit payload. It's fascinating and interesting to see another page in aviation history. Spaceflight history

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on What's Good Games

"Least four thousand feet apart to allow simultaneous takeoff and in touchdowns during low cloud ceiling in the ones that SF O R seven hundred fifty feet apart. All my say one airport. Yeah. So one of those low cloud ceiling they can only land plane single file instead of two at a time. So it obviously makes the wait time at least double if not triple link, and I'm like that is the worst. I wish I would've known this sooner. That's the more, you know, anyway. That was a weird to go down. Sorry about that everybody here for you. Thank you. I appreciate that. And shout out to britney's fantastic hat one more time. It is fantastic. Did I say that enough? It's. Litter Oliver my face by the time. This is done you'll be all over your body baby girl. Yeah. Girl, send you a new after this. Let's go. Yeah. Hey, okay. Can I sign up to be on this list climbed anytime? Charges you I'm down whereas the credit card. Okay. So a couple announcements before we get into the show. Thank you to our sponsors for this week's episode quip and Robin Hood, we'll talk to you more about them later. I want to remind everybody about deer WG. Gee, I know we've mentioned this before. But when we made our patriot changes in March, we decided to open up dear WG to everybody. Whether you are part of our patriot community or not. And we know that we weren't as good about checking it as we previously were and we apologize. And so we want to reinvigorate are right in community. We know a lot of you are sending us emails or leaving comments or tweeting to us, and we love that don't stop doing that. But we thought it might be more efficient if we funnel all of the questions specifically for the show into one place. So what's good games dot com slash dear WG is where you will find the form where you can enter your questions, obviously if you make them person. Two topics that are happening that week will probably more inclined to read them on the show, but we'll take any questions as long as they're not mean. Yeah..

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Four thousand feet. So that could affect the I five corridor. So definitely be careful if you're driving out that way, the LA county sheriff's deputy who was reinstated despite his checkered past will not be waving his privacy rights, despite initially agreeing to do. So sheriff Alex vian Weber says he'll see what information can be provided to the LA county board of supervisors, but it may not be much. I think his legitimate fear is that he'll be subject to further either grandstanding or a misrepresentation of the facts by cherry, picking them. And that that is a danger a legitimate fear that rests on him. But we'll see what the options we have been denied the idea that he reinstated. Karen men Dolan as a favor for him the volunteering on the sheriff's election campaign mandolin was fired in two thousand sixteen for allegations of domestic assault and stalking a fellow deputy. James? Rowe haas. KABC news, California. Lawmakers are asking the state Justice department to look into a mysterious gasoline, surcharge. That's costing drivers up to five billion dollars a year. Jim Roope explains the mystery twenty to forty cents per gallon was discovered a few years ago by a committee formed by the California energy commission. And no one seems to know how it got there or exactly where it goes. And it can't be explained by anything higher gas tax cleaner fuel mandates cap and trade greenhouse gas policy. It just shows up somewhere between the refinery and the gas pump state. Lawmakers are asking the California Justice department to investigate ten L A county cities are getting an A for their tobacco control policies. The American lung association handed out the letter grades today with forty-one communities getting an F no Orange.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"UT. See with the three Drake shopping aerodrome which is echo delta, November, Yankee, aerodrome control on frequency, one, two, zero point zero, seven, five megahertz for landing pilot, notify the air traffic controller that he had passed Kempton and was going to descend to four thousand feet QNA ch- at the aerodrome control of the airport to air traffic controllers workstations were allotted with descriptions via far pickup respectively, PL main after initial contact. The pilot of the piper was instructed by the VF's pickup controller fly directly towards the. Way point Oscar north west of the airport, thereby remaining outside of the control zone, though c. t. r. roughly four minutes later, the crew of the Fokker fifty with flight plan call sign the l. m. two to Tango, x Ray and thirty-three passengers on board made initial contact with the radar executive air traffic controller, the r e air traffic controller of the approach control. The later, the latter then issued a heading and descent clearance with the intention of guiding the airplane via a right. I wait a minute. Did I say something about a piper? So what am I doing here. There's a piper now and there's a Fokker v two aircraft involved. I don't remember this incident or if I don't either. I'm not sure we did because his not me any bills here for me, not. No. Well, but now I now my interest is piqued something just rang a bell, but it wasn't my memory. Okay. So let's pick up where I left off. If I can find where I left off. So four minutes later, the crew of the Thakur fifty with flight plan call sign. I said that before. So the latter was issued a heading ended descent clearance with the intention of guiding the Fokker fifty via right hand based towards a way point situated on the extended centerline of runway to four and approximately eleven not miles from the threshold for an instrument approach. When the piper was roughly twenty nautical miles east of the airport at an altitude of four thousand feet. The pilot was cleared by the via far pickup aerodrome controller to join the final approach leg of Rome to four. Some of this, this information, ears like very unfamiliar to me. I don't. I've never heard the term the f. r. pickup, but it must be a way for them to integrate VF our traffic with traffic. I'm guessing that's what I was gathering from an. I'm not familiar with either, but I guess it's the that we have a. The interesting thing though that you have it sounds like two different controllers that aren't so talk a lot about painting that mental picture of what's going on with all the traffic in the area. In this case, you have the of our traffic and instrument traffic that separated and they're not listening to others far as I can tell they're on different frequencies. Sounds good. The front, the fright clue. The flight crew of flight. The two to Tango x Ray was cleared by the r. e. air traffic controller to descend to five thousand feet half a minute later, they were cleared to turn to a heading of one hundred and fifty degrees for the base leg coupled with clearance to descend to four thousand feet, though that's the same altitude. By the way, the piper is fine. After having been transferred to the p. l. main air traffic controller, the pilot of the piper called on frequency, one, three or four point three on long final to run to four. The p. l. main aerodrome controller instructed the pilot the piper to turn right towards the white point Oscar and to remain outside of the TR..

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Indiana, Trudeau and Prime Minister discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Indiana, Trudeau and Prime Minister discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Fours seattle bainbridge island ferry runs still a few minutes behind schedule indiana quarter of san juan pretty much the same thing in lilla on the olympic peninsula us one still a collision that is blocking the northbound lanes and looks as though construction is really slowing things on southbound four zero five at about one twelfth that's pretty heavy stop and go otherwise looking good on i five north and south to seattle tacoma everett and olympia your next report at twelve thirty four i'm mike conklin komonews hi everybody it is the second half of this june weekend it's going to turn out a lot like the first widely scattered showers could become locally heavy with some thunder lightning or hail and it'll be cool temps only on either side of sixty that keeps snow level way down to four thousand feet so anybody up in the higher country doing some backpacking or some hiking may have to deal with some increment weather from time to time to her back to work in school we do start to break backup highs in the upper sixties by monday in a couple of weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell now your political insights from abc news the president off to singapore this weekend for the historic meeting with kim jong on on monday republican senator john mccain writing that president trump's push to let putin back into the g seven's of bad idea saying vladimir putin disqualified his country after invading ukraine and next in crimea and standing behind his country's assassinations and cyberattacks senator mccain saying president trump is now favoring countries that are us adversaries and treating american allies with contempt after trading sharp trade accusations canada's prime minister trudeau and president trump stood together at the g seven summit the relationship is probably better as good or better than seven days trudeau saying they want to end the trade hostilities dot elected on commitment the middle class and help those working hard to join it publicly criticizing.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on Classic Races

"Number fourteen kuku mall in columbia tennessee just blew one by two thousand feet down he was into pissed just two laps ago they had to hit up on the car something was wrong with it and now they're standing in the pits wondering what did happen to that engine they're just sending back out also having problems here recently was big brooks he made to scheduled pitstops he has an overheating problem of course he's back out in the action running now grace continues under green flag conditions in turn number one it is kale jabre leading donnie allison and benny parsons there to the position of eli goldie go beneath de la goal down at four thousand foot backstretch and to bilbao zor borough is a man of the hour but any parsons noman's fool he knows where he's sitting right behind donnie allison in the hawaiian tropic oldsmobile number one alison now dips a little bit low then back up into the draft midway onto the turn parsons led this race but he knows that donaldson is tough man to get by and we have twenty seven laps remaining of this talladega five hundred still anybody's race yarborough lead johnny alison parsons man lennie pond all stack together well there will be one more pit stop for all the drivers before it's over here this afternoon let's go to ned jared has to win that pitstop might be coming up at should come in the next eight to ten left barnaby interesting to say if they just take gasoline to run those last twelve to fifteen laps ever might be remaining after they make that last pit stop or if they do change tires i'll say that most of them will change tires because fifteen left is almost half of the pitstop and and they want every vantage they can possibly get the new tires will run faster than those hot tires one hundred sixty five laps complete kale yarborough leads donny alice.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on Keep It!

"They know my phone number college every something though if it came down to everybody deleted grinder or something that would be hard for me i really do love grind a lot of good work there i think there's something valuable about it i mean it's a system that tells you where all the available and horny gay people are in the area i'm sorry that's crucial information both to my wellbeing and the community at large i find you know is my former co worker who winked at me sometimes four thousand feet away he is and i feel good about it lissette there's also questioned that this is what you have to do on dating us too far we are like we sort of have to give everything because we're now in a point where people want to know not just facebook or like the apps in general like or a third party it's the party that you want to talk to wants to know everything about the person that they're talking to before you even meet that's why it feels the grinder story because people on tinder like straight people on tinder are giving away tons of information and so for this it's like this is information that may be on another app you're not giving but everyone's information is still being shared anyway and so it feels like like this story of all my gosh this is like something that's in particular very sensitive when there's other sensitive information that's being given away it's just that's not what tinder is asking people so it's sort of everyone should be like oh my god if you know grinders doing this but they're doing it on.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You don't have to choose between things that have never been poyton an armlet and air you get to make a denver online at thirty four thousand feet is mi five now it's fine you can make a cheese on bigger denver around the mika hammering whatever you will spanish whatever you want you could just make it in the air it's you don't have to sit around and go well let's see sausage in onion and green pepper in mushrooming cheese it's all been done before it's all off the table so what are we going to do correct nicole got cream cheese we got parcel area that you're on us up emits keep talking there's croutons i don't know that's all we got we got to do the best we can you have options the options are shit we enjoy on the ground now in the air which is all it's it's crazy because it's kind of the opposite of what you one in the air which you one in the air so when you're on the ground street value of an eight mcmuffin is a buck thirty nine in the air three value of naguit muffin is i will blow anyone on this mind twice that's the street value once you're in the air at so with that in mind you simply give a mediocre denver omelette in the air and we're all the kings now the kings of all we survived because we have this so it's actually the opposite of what you're thinking which is instead of we can't server that served on the ground oh on rail means serve a lesser version it serve a up uh wait what's ways his brother's named patrouille.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hundred seventy species of birds twentyseven found only here including this wrong human is national fewer o k may prefer burden q also yeah it's beautiful plumage we also saw a great lizard koukou a cuban pygmy owl a west indian woodpecker cuban greenwood packer and a cuban screech l you see my i see him the full berg bird i think i think the most english wore for bbc's cute we were joined by ornithologist on at ports at can't ski she is director of the center for biodiversity and conservation at the american museum of natural history in new york in 2015 the busy 'em launched a partnership with the cuban museum of natural history they funded an expedition to cuba humboldt national park two hundred seventy five square miles of 'extraordinary diversity from sea level to peaks of nearly four thousand feet we were able to go and do an inventory a survey by diversity of the together with heart technicians cuban scientists and museum scientists and we found a may things that some species in some cases that we didn't know where in the park and probably several species new science cuba's ecological bounty is a consequence of some deliberate planning by the cuban regime which protected about twenty percent of the nation's land and territorial waters and years of political and economic isolation the political situation kept cuba isolated from fast development so in a way that was not a like a is trunk of competing interests of money versus conservation for scientists cuba is a tantalising mystery he's kind of the black boat in terms of knowledge because there has been a lot of research done in cuba that the connection of that research through the research done in north america and other countries seen the continent has not yet integrated cuban scientists don't have the funding to answer some complex questions on their own like can pure.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To bali got the fright of their lives yesterday when the airbus a 320 lost cabin pressure oxygen masks dropped in the jet descended nearly twenty four thousand feet in just nine minutes passengers claimed the crew made it worse by panicky at one of the stewardess this is running down the all aiming put your belts enclave out some tight europe's gymnast the jet landed safely back in perth airline blamed a technical issue remnants of hurricane of failure sent waves crashing into the coast of ireland today winds gusted eighty miles an hour at least three people were killed and dozens of buildings damaged in london this guy turned yellow as the storm kerry dust from the sahara and smoke from portuguese forest fires into the region quarterback colin kaepernick has filed a grievance against the nfl accusing team owners of colluding to keep him sidelined last year he started a wave of protests against racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem capper nick once led san francisco to the super bowl he opted for free agency at the end of last season but says he has had no contract offers up next speaking out against sexual abuse kyw news time eight twenty three time now for traffic and transit up there it's all road were causing delays right now let's go to bucks county on ninety five jim the red that exit forty nine for new town all the way down to route one the right lane is blocked four overnight construction on the northeast extension in both directions just north of lansdale interchange a left lane is blocked on both sides little bit of reduction speeds that works known let's go out to chester county callan township eastbound lincoln highway hour shutdown at bonds bill road for overnight roadwork discussing a jam up right now using the westbound lanes right now so what is a flag or operation continuing through the overnight let's bring a now two of the boulevard south downed outer drive is shut down from red line road all the way down the stretch street this is because the million paving project watch out for delays there again just jammed approaching redline road let's go now to new jersey delaware river bridges problemfree right now looks good on the 42 freeway and 295 mass transit on or close to schedule from the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center from the trumark financial.

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"four thousand feet" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand feet" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Seven minutes after the hour an ef two tornado hit tulsa oklahoma yesterday thirty people were injured authorities said it could have been worse if it had not happened on a sunday when the midtown area was less populated winds were reported between one hundred eleven and one hundred thirty five miles an hour here's john lawrence with more cleanup efforts continue in the midwest after severe storms that struck this weekend that includes him ef two tornado that hit tulsa oklahoma early sunday morning loss pretty much shed the majority of a twenty four thousand foot building's roof and they inside is just completely soaked a lot of inventory water sampling materials are just completely destroyed the twister also tore through neighborhoods uprooting power lines and trees heard this merger clap the founder and the next thing rick coal new a branch smashed through its roof and water started to gush into his house it's it's little hard it was disallowed and the scandal hit the homebuilding building i think what i woke up i was screaming dozens of people were injured while thousands were without power for a time rough weather also hit neighbouring kansas in missouri as parts of those states fell victim to flood waters then as the water started coming into the car a panicked and jumped out of the car started running a south america towards not water this was the.

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