35 Burst results for "GP"
"That's Not What Fauci Said..."
"Highly how are you. I'm doing great. Thank you might I am i guess. I don't know how many people can't get the vaccine. They're having conditions Called gamma-ray central. Gps where i cannot get a flu vaccine including the covert. I mean this is oh infuriating and on top of it i already had cove it. I had it in november. So what about us. What about the people that already have the antibody and can't have back. I mean if you went to again if you went to geraldo is grandchildren's home. He would assault you. I guess i guess he kick you in the rear end. At least i gotta ask you. And i'm fascinated by your particular experience and with your medical condition. You have you spoken to your doctor about the vaccine Yes actually went to my neurologist. It's a neurological disorder. And i stopped seeing my neurologist. I'm actually looking for you because he started quoting me. So much about articles perfectly safe and. I looked at him. Say that to me. I don't want to disagree because you sound like such a nice lady but help me out here so you ask your physician you ask the neurologist if you should get the vaccine and the neurologist recommended even with your condition that you should get the vaccine what he told me and i looked at my. I was told when onset which was over ten years ago that i should never get flu vaccine because they could give me another onset of the same number central. I don't know if you're familiar with see. What did he or she said that He looked at me and said well. That's not what vouching says. And i just looked at him and like okay so you have the fainted.
The Long COVID Doctors
"Let's start with doctor. Amy small in brea back in time so back to october. Twenty twenty. I know it feels like a lifetime ago. Doesn't it gosh. I could go back and speak to myself as a gp prior to all of this. I know that i would have been much better doctor then and i hope to be much. Stop to now. I have seen too many cases on nine of people. Not being heard not being listened to that symptoms in their concerns not being validated. I've seen heartbreaking stories of people just being dismissed of seeing heartbreaking stories of people losing their jobs. And i am very lucky that i have a platform where i can speak up and try and get long recognizes illness long. Covert appears to not discriminate. Healthy people young people people who apparently had mall case of covert nineteen and every sistemi. Nobody's can be affected here the other two doctors you made today. Many of my colleagues have been unwell since march and have really struggled to get any kind of medical inputs until the last couple of months. Those you weren't hospitalized with the illness would just sort of left to get to get on with it. It's the classic thing a suspect. It might even be bloke thing deny it for long enough it will go. I diminish it ignore it. Oh no not another thing to worry about. A suspect always going through people's minds and that will include medics politicians but they will be left with the long term consequences and in terms of the total health burden that will weigh exceed. Whatever acute cove to us.
Are Wild Animals Really "Wild"?
"So human relationships with animals can be pretty weird We put them in categories based on how we see them. So there's pets. They're like members of the family. And then there's farm animals and they're often very similar to pets in terms of their cognitive abilities and their emotional abilities but of course we eat them and then there's wild animals and i've been wondering what allow animals even are anymore like you can get a degree in wildlife management but if you're managing them are they really wild. I started thinking about this. In the context of wolf reintroduction so when wolves were first brought back to the american west in the nineteen nineties they were pretty heavily managed and they still are today. A lot of them were callers they have. Gps trackers they have their dna on file names and numbers and if they get a taste for livestock than we hayes them with rubber bullets or air horns or sometimes those floaty guys that you see in used car lots and of course if they don't get the message they can be shot. So how wild are they really. If they're being this carefully managed it's occurred to me that a ground squirrel or a city. Robin is in some ways wilder than these wolves because although they might live in a city known is managing their day to day life but of course they are living in the human world a world that's been shaped by massive influences like conversion of land to agriculture extinctions domestication's movement of species across continent we've rerouted rivers and of course there's climate change which means that every animal no matter how distant from a human settlement has some influence of the human world so every animal lives in human world. Does that mean that we somehow though the more than we used to. I think it does so. Take polar bears for instance. Some populations of polar bears are struggling to live on the sea ice in the summer. There's not enough sea ice for them to go hunting for seals which is what they normally eat
BYU-Hawaii: Student Must Vaccinate or Give Up College Dream
"In nineteen. I was diagnosed with theon beret syndrome also known as gb s which hand because by vaccines and another a number of other viral infections. Lots of different I was paralyzed from the waist. Down or about a month was the scariest month my life. I was a fulltime dancer at the time. I thought my life is over as walking through pasta with my parents. One day i walked on the floor. And i remember the not walk. It was near fine. Was after you got a vaccine yet. So i got influence of and do you think that was the reason have so. That's what my medical providers. We're unsure. Because i got the influenza vaccine influenza and then i was paralyzed so you can get gps from having influenza or from the vaccine. So it's a little unclear was the vaccine. Personally yes because i. I think that's why got blue so i recovered from that which is seriously miracle. I relied on my feet. The whole time i knew heavenly father had plan for me. I said if he doesn't want me to walk again and if he has a plan from not the dance. So when i found out. Byu hawaii was going to be doing this. I reach out my medical providers and we decided yes that it was not a good idea for me to get back needed so. Byu hawaii came out saying that they would offer a medical or religious exemption and they made it seem very assessable. Those okay great all right out my exemption for him it'll all be fine. Whatever i submit it with my doctors my doctor's note than everything and i waited a month to hear back and they denied me a medical exemption and i was shocked to say the least. My whole family was like. Oh no it's fine like you're going to get it. You can't get back to nate. It's okay they're gonna let you in so as a big letdown. I decided to appeal this with my parents. My mom and my dad were very. They were just not happy because their daughter had always had this dream house being taken away from her for something she control like. It wasn't fair
Death Toll in Florida Condo Building Collapse Rises to 95
"The death toll has grown in the Miami area condominium building collapse Miami Dade County mayor Daniele living Kaba says another victim has been found bringing the death toll in Surfside to ninety five she also updated other numbers two hundred and thirty eight people are now accounted for and fourteen people potentially unaccounted for and officials are keeping a record on any personal belongings that they have found their ensuring that all recovered personal property and family heirlooms are treated with the utmost respect each time cruise five personal possessions they take photos and log the location using GPS they've made a grid of the pile knowing approximately where each family's condo unit should be actually after
F1's Austrian Grand Prix Review
"Stopping made it look easy as he crushed red opposition with a win at formula one austrian grand prix ahead of our remorse. Ask amland norris max. Thirty two point lead in the world championship with a third straight victory but his title ribald is how much could only manage for as he battled damage to the rear. His mercedes at the start for stopping was able to clear from fellow front runner landowners who kept sergio perez of behind often safety cau- caused by estimate opened retiring on the restart lap such peres attached norris on the outside at time. Four however perez runway through the gravel which sent him back to ten as the pack rush cost. How much am bought us moved up to third and fourth respectively. The shoe it's would later. Rule lander deserve to five second time penalty announced on the same lap. Hamilton would finally get past the first writing mclaren on lap. Twenty the five second way at the fast round of stops meant that brought us but also get ahead in the pit lane author imagine comfortably in the lead for stopping continued to build his gap at the starts at the second stint which quickly became a considerable advantage as how much began to struggle for reagan as a result of damage sustained to the left. Raritan i'm accepts is of the car. Lewis was being brought in by batas a norris when radio messages indicated mercedes wanted us to stay back from hamilton but mclaren responded by pushing norris close to task however as hamilton struggled with retraction. Mercedes instructed them to invite and bought us. Swept past often is yousef hamilton track. Lewis took another pit stop as he would drop back into position but he couldn't make progress with ten laps to stabbings advantage. Were so great that he had enough time to pit for a second time and the foster slap bonus point target out of sight for the rest behind. Hamilton peres would finish fifth on the track but dropped to sick after penalties for twice forcing charlotte cloud the track. Carla signs was lost. The office waiting until lap forty nine get rid of his hard tires will be allowed pasta plough on track as he had more pace to attack recorded. Who had been running to insects. Ghazni was lead to start running in ninth while fernando alonzo to the final point to deny george russell who had lost several places on the evening lap having started a
Austrian GP Qualifying Report
"Qualifying the australian grand prix gave us a show. Ending with max. Stop with yet another pole position and starting alongside him on the front very smart will be none other than landowners. Who had a fantastic session today. Sergio perez loaded into with the mercedes drivers training in fourth and fifth after they were unable to improve in that final key. Three laps as was the case. In last weekend's grand prix the sap inset poll on his first run in the final part of qualifying norris had been second off the opening runs and held onto take his best career. Qualifying spot peres jumped to third with his final lap which bumped hamilton brought us down as neither driver went faster on my second attempt in q. Three they were followed by the alpha. Towery papier as and yuki sonoda with sebastian vessel. Taking eight but he now faces a post qualifying investigation for appearing to impede fernando alonzo at the end of q. To george russell to ca- sensational ninth for williams in his fescue three appearance for the team. Which a call through to the final part of qualifying for the fast time. Since the twenty eighteen italian grand prix russell had anyone attempting kitri but managed to beat launched. Show to ninth place. An impressively managed to qualify on the medium compounds. The ferrari stayed on the medium ties throughout q two but with knocked out by russia's final effort call signs lead charlotte in eleventh while daniel ricardo was unable to find enough time on his final run and ended up that team.
Styrian Grand Prix Qualifying Report
"Qualifying stereo is done on. Match happened has taken pole position at red booze home race. Stop mustafa alongside luis. How much on the front as voucher brought asked who qualified second. We'll take a free place grid penalty for his pit lane spin yesterday got through to three on medium ties with which they start sunday's race at the end of q. Three the san set to lapse that. We're good enough for power. Ever since one point three eight four one from his fast run that clinched it landing fourth ahead of sergio perez with the jira each to be boosted one spot on the grid buck because of protesters penalty. Meanwhile gasoline with his team. At uky snowed at setting the eight fosters time however he will start the race. Eleven after receiving a penalty for impeding batas. Alpine's fernando alonzo took nine ahead of estimates and drive at launch stroke. He made it into q three despite having his final dropping youtube deleted for attract limits infringement by running wide at the final corner the end of you to george russell ended up eleven and just eight milliseconds from of q. Three appearance full williams after a lunch late improvement knocked the britain out call signs junior lost his best time in q two running to wipe out with the panova corner but he would have been behind russell in any case. One of the disappointments for the session was that of daniel carter who was only thirteen in the second mccower and was estimate alcon. He failed to make out of key one amazon seventeenth to as always. I am joined by alex. Kalinowka orcas sports x. one. Alex how are you doing very well. Thanks yes Yeah an interesting qualifying session for the syrian grand prix in keeping rabou. A hates on home turf but i didn't. I'm not sure if i really expected that. Fb three where lewis hamilton. Suddenly back head and you ever stop and go traffic. And you know it was a bit disruptive but you think things are going to be really close again. And then and i max max Breeding away and hamilton left out that his car just wasn't feeding his good. Use a bit surprised nina. Why but yeah just said. Fb three you saw a neat. Thank you three. And he just knew he wasn't up to it so yeah sets up a pretty good race tomorrow because i think the trend has been the reps fostering qualifying On the mercedes fractionally foster in the
Rookie Reply: How to Find the Owner of a Property (Without Being Creepy)
"Joey's question. I was driving a new part of town and came across a house that had a yard that hasn't been maintained months in the house. Looks uncapped any suggestions. On how i should go about the owner and asking if they will be interested in selling things in advance for joe here. This is a really good question for us. Because i feel like we both go and look at properties and immediately. Try to figure out okay. How do you buy this. So the first thing i would do is if you see this property okay. Obviously write down the address for it. Then there is g. i s. mapping software. so just google your county. Gps mapping and. It should come right up. So this is a parcel mapping software you can type in the address and it will give you options such as what the county taxes are who the property owner as and a mailing address for them and also kind of give you an estimate of the lot lines of how big the property actually is. How many acres. So i would start there looking at that and then you can also see an owner's histories. Maybe they've owned it for a really long time or maybe they just bought it within the past year. You can view that too. And i know tony will wanna talk about this too. But there's also prop stream that software that we both love. And i knew i use it daily now i love it so you can try upstream. What is it tonia. seven day. Trial seven-day free trial We need to get the sponsor sponsor here. We're sending a lot of business there. Were i think you know the big things to right like i. Joey loved that you're mature enough as an investor to identify when property does look like a potential opportunity to buy like so many people they drive around all day pass so many opportunities and they don't even recognize it so the fact that you're a rookie. But you have the awareness to identify potential deal when you see kudos on that. One asked his advice. A spot on ethnic using stream is a great way to get in contact with the potential owners of this property. Super simple you plug in the address and once you have the property pulled up you can skip trace that person for things. Like twelve cents per skip trace so literally for a few pennies. You can figure out who the owner is gonna phone number of potentially an email and you can either send him a text message. Okay you know. I'm actually by your property. Cures to be interested in selling. Send them a postcard. I've heard other real estate investors that as they're driving around they'll take a picture of themselves in front of the property and mel that as opposed card to the owner.
S14E15 Tanks Crash Clash - burst 10
"Him some money and a lighter. Prison sentence to let them commandeer the app and then they released. This apparently secure messaging app on hardened secure devices on the black market for criminals to buy but as well as setting their masseuse to each other also sent them to the fbi. I love that criminals out this making the most hardened secure devices and feeling that they've they've got it which made them very open about what they said on this device to you know collaborators and the messages were just bouncing off of another server and being sent straight to the fbi where they can build up these giant array of data about these things people who are very definitely criminals. This is them pulling information from all citizens as has been shown in the playoffs by Snowden this is very targeted but it's the the criminals themselves who have volunteering into participate in this. It's brilliant. i absolutely love it. Paid for the privilege went to fbi dot com to buy a new phone. I like this is over the point that you make that You know this proves that you don't need to back door every communications platform that's used by regular consumers that you can do. These talked stings. Actually go after the criminals on the platforms that they using rather than just you know use pepper thing. They did some nice pay all with a series of once they once they arrested these hundreds of people all around the world in sting operations because they're knew exactly where they were and where where the drops were going to be because the people will tell them directly on on the devices and they've got shots piano enforcement people standing next to giant piles of cocaine and law enforcement people with back lavas on standing next to giant piles of money and all that kind of stuff. I'd love to think that the gps was on a naturally precisely where these people. I would absolutely think that's all they did. I mean so you've since everyone's applauding this take one second to stand. Up for criminals Maybe not but yet. I go out and you this thing. As good because it's a bachelor than wedges going to require the old crypto griffey's back door concord crypto eddie. More because of the known. Since i have to call it crypto. So we don't we don't want them to backdoor cryptography fine. But i'm not a tall show. I like the idea that now is not just theoretical that maybe this thing you're getting has been back door. Which of pump people would tell you. You need to be worried about that. But now really was like surely but now yet he's definitely happened now. This is like the first person who steals things from the village where they all leave their doors open. Maybe they needed to learn to lock their front does.
JBS Paid $11 Million to Ransomware Hackers
"Early last week. The world's biggest meat processing company j b s was hit with a ransomware attack. Now we know what the company paid the hackers eleven million dollars. According to a gps executive the wall street journal says the company paid in bitcoin and according to the f. b. i. russian-speaking. Gang is responsible for that cyber
Azerbaijan GP Practice Results as Perez, Verstappen Dominate P1 and P2
"This weekend. Formula one returns tobacco azerbaijan. And a wreck has topped the timesheets. Embrace sessions with max In the one and sergio perez fosters imitate to optimizing back year. The drivers wreath minyard's themselves with the track and clearly trying to determine whether they could push by how much with multiple causes ended up for me escape birds and also a few spins but in max zappin set the fastest time. The one minute forty three point. One four eight of the soft followed by the ferraris of show class and call signs. Daniel ricardo had a good session finishing p five while source spin from his teammate london. Norris but fortunately there was no damage later in the day. Sergio perez the times with one for two point one in f. to attend ahead of his teammate. With staffan by bicol assigns. A red flag was brought out when nicholas the. Tv's call came to a stop to to the engine overheating. i'm not signal at the end of his session. Despite setting solid times throughout the day charlotte took a trip into the barriers at ten fifteen which resulted in him. Losing the front wing and bringing out the safety car an usa interrupting the software runs a face behind him. Offer disappointing weekend in monaco. Things want looking great for mercedes today with lewis hamilton. Even coming on the ray j during the second session of the day saying but he doesn't know what the time is an f. p. one hamilton finish p. seven and voucher us ten whilst. Fb to neither mercedes made into the top ten how much and finishing p eleven a second over pace of such a peres while tasks was down in peace
Michael Isikoff Has An Issue With Barry Meier and The Collusion Hoax
"I saw this this weekend had tipped Glenn Greenwald to put it out in the social media can actually does real journalism. Greenwall picked out this gym these air. This is a former New York Times reporter Barry Meyer. And a liberal reporter, Michalis two coffees on me not have trouble Connemara reporter, but whatever you get the hint This is a fascinating exchange. Let me give you some background. You want to see how we get to group think and how people believe things that aren't true. Listen to this sucker here, a little background on it. So Barry Meyer was a former New York Times journalist. And he wrote this book recently. And the book is about how the whole Russian collusion thing happened. And how fusion GPS these air basically paid spies who were paid to feed information to media outlets that we now know. Was it true, Donald Trump colluded with the Russians? You've heard it all before. We don't need to re litigate the collusion hoax here. It's all fake. Okay, it's made up, you get it. But Meyer didn't expose in his bookkeeper minds Got you sorry for The New York Times isn't right for bright Bart. Conservative Review Bongino calm. He was right for the New York Times, and he's highlighting and sounding the alarm over this. Paid intelligence operation Fusion, GPS and others who are paid to produce political information and then feed it to media. People who run with it. Well, what's the problem with them? Information often turns out to be false. Sounds like a big problem. So it's a cop who's a big lefties interviewing Barry Meyer and instead of celebrating the fact that conservative media My show, Fox news. Other shows out there. Molly Hemingway Home and Jenkins John Solomon, who got the collusion hoax story right that it was a hoax instead of celebrating it liberal Michaelis a cough is more concerned about the fact that right wing media chose to have Barry Meyer despite him having written for The New York Times on their shows. And he's not concerned at all the fact that we got it right and they got it
Berkeley Lab Debuts Perlmutter, World’s Fastest AI Supercomputer
"The pearl motor system based at lawrence. Berkeley national lab was specifically designed to handle ai workloads and is now the fastest supercomputer on the planet. When it comes to handling specific math that lends itself to a i. But i what is a supercomputer as opposed to your run of the mill computer where computing is measured in million instructions per second or m ips supercomputers do high performance computing commonly measured in floating point operations per second or flops. Modern supercomputers can perform over one hundred crt trillion flops. Yes that's a real number and promoter. The latest in a growing collection of faster more powerful supercomputers operates at four exit flops. Meaning a quinton flops. Which doesn't even sound english anymore. It uses six thousand one hundred and fifty nine nvidia a one hundred. Gpu's the largest number of those gp in the world to handle sixteen and thirty two bit mixed face precision math mixed precision methods. Combine numerical formats into computational workload in a way that requires less memory and less bandwidth and therefore speeds update transfer operations. What in the world do we need. All of this computing power for well. Nothing in the world per se because one of promoters tasks deals with data from outer space promoter is going to be used to assemble the largest three d map of the universe made and will do so by processing data from the dark energy spectroscopic instrument known as desi with can capture up to five thousand galaxies in a single exposure. Now that's a fancy camera. This three d map will allow scientists to learn more about dark energy which is thought to be responsible for the accelerating expansion of the
Perlmutter Supercomputer System Goes Online, Supercomputer Explained
"Promoter. Supercomputer system coming online for the first time at the scientific computing center in california. The pearl motor system based at lawrence. Berkeley national lab was specifically designed to handle ai workloads and is now the fastest supercomputer on the planet. When it comes to handling specific math that lends itself to a i. But i what is a supercomputer as opposed to your run of the mill computer where computing is measured in million instructions per second or m ips supercomputers do high performance computing commonly measured in floating point operations per second or flops. Modern supercomputers can perform over one hundred crt trillion flops. Yes that's a real number and promoter. The latest in a growing collection of faster more powerful supercomputers operates at four exit flops. Meaning a quinton flops. Which doesn't even sound english anymore. It uses six thousand one hundred and fifty nine nvidia a one hundred. Gpu's the largest number of those gp in the world to handle sixteen and thirty two bit mixed face precision math mixed precision methods. Combine numerical formats into computational workload in a way that requires less memory and less bandwidth and therefore speeds up data transfer operations. What in the world do we need. All of this computing power for well. Nothing in the world per se because one of promoters tasks deals with data from outer space promoter is going to be used to assemble the largest three d map of the universe is
Edit 1 - S14E12 Clinics Lifesaver Yanked - burst 3
"But was quite good about. Eighty can play steam as well so i've also played hotshot racing on it for example. But yes i am. I am working on a boot to commodore basic grow up menus and things like that nice but one of the fun things was actually modifying heat sinks and fans. I was wondering about profile case. I if you consider the commodore sixty four breath protocols in martin's by morton standards is so. I've been removing fans and putting different aftermarket fans on on mismatch components to make to make it run cool and quiet an i got there and i'm very happy with this thing so next step is to try and upgrade it with even more ridiculous components using it with an external. Gpu as well as the the chassis. So small econ accommodate a full power supplies which using a Psu so only one hundred watts. So can i use like what's on the motherboard. So no gp us maybe some low-powered devices but gp's but having an ap is on the same chip is actually a good use case that yeah not so sixty five pound. Note that it's all listeners. May i have a small child recently. Acquired in my household and we bought a new device recently. So i thought it would be a nice opportunity to do as amir review of that device but also talk about some of the decisions that we make when we buying things for kids and how they might differ from when we buy things ourselves given the when i was a kid was four years ago. Yes they're going. Different necessarily when revolting charles selves as kids when we making women making technology purchasing decisions. Here we say right. So what did you buy. I something called a yoto player. Which is an audio player for. Kids designed to be used by kids. So what is little cube which connects to your wi fi and has a couple of speakers. A nice of soft diffused led matrix display on the front. It's like sixteen by sixteen or something is not very high resolution displays. Yes oh it's like it doesn't. It doesn't display video displays like an icon or something like that To show what's playing and the way the the way that you get stuff onto it is you have a little. Nfc cards which you put in a slot and then that tells you what to play an leader if it's a radio station or it can stream it or if it's an audio book it can download it to the device and play off line and then the way
Microsoft Uses OpenAI's GPT-3 to Let You Code in Natural Language
"Is using open is gp three natural language model to translate spoken text into code in its power fx language. As part of its no code low code power app service. This effectively offer more robust version of natural language queries spreadsheets. The feature goes live to english users in north america but the of june
Supercomputers and Severe Weather Modeling with Dr. Leigh Orf
"Lot of the visuals and products that you produce are cutting edge. There are things that i have never seen before until they see what you've done do you ever feel like you're waiting for the technology to catch up so that you can actually make what you wanna make. Yes that's a very interesting point and it was the case for awhile The bluewater supercomputer. That was the recent Recently retired at least for general science supercomputer at ncsa university of illinois. Was the game. Changer for me Through a collaboration with robert wilhelmsen. One of the pioneers of cloud modeling. I gained access to that machine in the two thousand. Ten's and i sort of made it my mission to To run george. Brian and end car has seen him one model on the supercomputer and also to do I've always been interested in high resolution trying to resolve things that i know that A lot of our models aren't doing just because you know it's hard it really is hard you can't just take a code and throw it on a supercomputer and it runs efficiently and creates lots of wonderful stuff so i gained access to the blue lars machine and at that point once i had some really good results. I realized that this is it. This is really an i. Now have the technology. I need but i did need to do a lot of work to manage data and manage the data at the model produced it this day and age right now. I would say that. I'm feeling pretty good. I've got simulation data. I've got tons of data. I just need time to analyze it and you know other people to analyze it with me. And that's the biggest challenge for me right now. I've gotten to the point where i've succeeded in. My goal is stimulating certain storms. And we're gonna continue to try different environments but the technology is is doing all right. I think that it's just a matter of learning how to harness it right and you know. Gps user now very common in programming. Those nine trivial exercise for those of us who used to writing fortran and c code well. C. plus plus. Now khuda all that stuff. I've ever really sharp grad student doing some work with me who's khuda c. Plus plus program who's utilizing. Gps trajectory analysis from my history file data. So we're yeah. We're always trying to push the frontier. There it's not like something we set out to do is just that. Hey i have this problem. I want solve. And we need novel techniques to solve these problems because of the amount of data because of the fidelity because of the high resolution. Because of the fact that i'm saving data as frequently as the model time. Step because i can do that now. Using data compression and other things like that
"gp" Discussed on The Animalz Content Marketing Podcast
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"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1
"One video games primers for other racing series and a lot of weird things. So if you'd like to support the show and get access to all of that fun stuff. Header patriot dot com slash shift f. One or click a link in the show notes. What have we got going on this month. Danny doubleheader This month with the the pixar. Classic cars is currently up there and hitting the apex d. Mato gp documentary starring brad. Pitch or at least voice is going very soon as well so this to this month that of course if you become a patron you get access to the entire library of bonus podcasts. Perfect for the offseason. So if you've held off until now who knows maybe the best time to do it is when we we wrap up after saudi. Wait after what does. He said he arabia. When's the next next year that's next year. You're getting ahead of myself Yaas marina marina. Maybe that would be a good time to settle in over the holidays. Indeed that's why i continue to. I'm holding out. Hope that someone. This is their first episode into. They're going to go back and listen to the preseason primer and then watch the whole twenty twenty one season over the holiday break and then it always happens this does we've go back and listen to previous seasons primers because they only got into f. one this year rising then i'll go back in and watch and listen along then it's amazing. It's good stuff because he's going do. It's been weird so let's just get right into the weird shall we actually kind of just the opposite. Not a lot of news happening this week as the as the sport winds down but looking ahead to next year and years after that. what's what's up with this first story. Here rob yeah so the direction of one right now is to make sure we all get more f one now you might be thinking. That's great news. I love it. I can't get enough and for one. I was once like you. And then mercedes started winning every year and started to like look forward a little more to a new season. There's never better than when we re re racking But the the other issue is that. There's there's kind of tension developing between liberty liberty media and a lot of the team's chase carey who's stepping down from active leadership of formula. One right now said that the plan as they're going to twenty three race calendar for twenty twenty one Their goal at you know in the next couple of years is to get that calendar up to twenty four races and that is this was already supposed to be the longest one season in history. Cova obviously changed that. But that's what we are on track for next year is going to longer and The long term plan is to get to twenty four races. The issue with that is a lot of the teams are beginning to sound alarms about that being kind of an untenable workload It's not just that it does make it more expensive and complicated to run a team over the course of a season. But there's just a lot of concern about the among amount of travel days now for the racing teams going out to the these events on weekends and total wolf was saying I think the teams are the beneficiaries of growing revenue and income. In that respect we all need to support For the business to grow on the other side. A couple of triple headers. We'll take toll on the people. I think there's an asian tripleheader that will mean that we are more than three weeks away from home and that is certainly not something that is great Andrea seidel has sounded made similar statements Gunther steiner has also spoken to this effect in a way Also mentioning that. Yeah we we. Overwork people chronically one anyway as it is for this will make that worse and we should be smarter about how we're asking people to be her worked but this seems like it's going to become an issue because for one thing a lot of the teams. Do not want to adopt. What is the most obvious solution which is basically have different travel teams That you're operating right like an eighteen team that are alternating races or something like that and their position is for one. There's a lot of positions where that just doesn't exist. Trackside strategy people chief mechanics. You can't really have two people filling that role and just like alternating weeks. And so you'd have core. People who are required to be at every single event and for whom taking taking a race off is really challenging and then you have things like pit crews mechanics where a lot of people who are selected for the travel side of enough for operation are selected to be that for a reason right. It's not like anyone can just be a good. You know pit crew member and so there's not a lot of appetite for finding alternates for every single pit crew position Because that that causes issues so the obvious solution for the teams is not one. They're really keen to adopt because it involves a lot of complications that can't really spread out and also there's an undeniable element of all this begins to point to just making it more expensive To feel than f one team Across across a season and everyone has already said these. These triple headers are real. Kind of back breakers You know the one we've had we've had to this year and i think at the end of each one..
"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1
"A patriot dot com slash shift f. one or click a link in the show notes. Danny you've already said what's been going on this month and else half of us because we had cars coming as already available. If you're on patron right now you can go check that out. And we're also Recording another one this month because we were one behind. Can i say what it is. Now jerry cater awesome. We're the we're we're swapping from four wheels to two for the wonderful motorist mode. Gp documentary hitting the apex which We i feel like we've talked a lot about on this Haven't actually review jet. So that's gonna be a lot of fun. Yeah it says actually apropos this year because the motogp season has been weird and wild so absolutely this is a great good A good doorway into the world of two wheels. I think speaking of weird. And while i have something i need to get off my chest. I became very clear to me when i was watching this race. And you may think that. I have a tin foil hat on. I think if i if i laid all few on the board on the on the pin board you also see the lights. You'll see wrong from. I've done a lot of work on this. But i'm just gonna i'm gonna give you four dates okay and you can take from this. Whatever if you want you can let it go or you can take the pair the blue pale with me or the red pill and not quite sure. I ace october fourteenth. Two thousand twenty. Istanbul park takes unusual steps to rubber track practice. Head of motorsports racing informative one. mario is. Solis says the tarmac was for sure quite old. But this doesn't mean it wasn't good for racing. The result is basically very little grip. It's not a drama in my opinion because it's an additional challenge for drivers and it was his decision. We have to accept. But it's done so there's very little we can do. Let's go back. August twenty fifth twenty twenty four one to return to turkey as four aces or outage to the twenty twenty iphone calendar. Okay too crazy now. March twenty third. twenty eleven. a quote from one bernie eccleston. I thought that maybe at the beginning it was a little crazy too. Suggestive of sprinkler system on f one tracks. But it's surprising. How much support. That idea is getting now providing we do it so nobody would know when it was going to happen like when it rains. I think it would make for a lot of entertainment and the final dais the final days that pieces all of this together april twenty first. Two thousand seven bernie eccleston buys turkish. Circus took him thirteen years guys. But the madman did it. He did us read the signs people and their wake up. she'll look couldn't get sprinklers. He figured out a different way to make it happen. I am glad you you brought out this bit. Danny because here's the thing. I was watching this race and i was sitting there being like at some point. We need to recognize the bernie. Ecclestone was right about what formula one needed. I was watching it as like oh shit. Sprinklers would rule like sprinklers. Might just fix the sport. If was so good. I've never watched the race like this. It was it was tiring to watch because just the drivers were just. It was like in quality rolled. Fuck while was great. I had never seen such a slippery track like this is. This is not just a wet rainy. Track it's different. This is we should. We should have a size here if you looked at f. One news coming out of this race weekend. There were a lot of drivers who hated these conditions. And you're george russell. Being that's not what i is supposed to be about. I think hamilton prior to winning the championship was like making the track pretty hard. But here's the thing. Don't listen to the haters. The sprinklers are good. The sprinklers let f one be more interesting and maybe a better test of skill and i think we just need to embrace it and stopped rejecting it just because it sounds sounds corny as hell. Yeah i mean. I think we mentioned this stuff in jest but the formula e you know they're crazy experiments with things like fan boost more more cast. Make it more like mario party here. Here's the thing seriously we talk about the day of the week. F one is racing in so many places at a time of year. it is not normally racing at. Yeah and i think really. If i'm looking at like lessons i'm drawing from this. It is that this model of like trying to make f one really predictable in terms of lots of warm dry race weekends With with tires tuned for hot days and warm tracks etc I think it has made the sport less interesting. I'm reminded of something. I read from a correspondent from from beat reporter talking about how in the nfl most stadiums now have gotten away from using real grass and recently now when you see a new stadium built it's indoors or semi indoors a way to make it a more predictable surface and maybe a little more amenable to the way. Football is played now but the arguments is person was making was that football's really kind of a boring game if everything goes to plan if like receivers can always trust the and make their cuts if the footing is always good like it becomes a very wrote game you kind of the same game again and again. Paul's out best when people are trying to overcome conditions and adapt to them on the fly. And i think this is kind of what we're seeing with this weird like fall formula one season. We're getting as they stay in your up while the weather is getting colder and rainier and suddenly. I'm like this feels now i feel good. This feels maybe a little bit more like the f one of your and the f. One that kendall lives in legends as opposed to what has felt a little more predictable and a little bit more like a sport of endless. Summer and at times like at abu dhabi almost like an indoor sport Yeah i mean if if your if formula one is about finding the best.
"gp" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
"So Yeah yeah it's not the fastest one like you say his best bows everything. Works as it should work together an end. The raiders could work with that package and going back to one. He may have won one race this season but this is a championship. The other raiders. One grand prix. It has been a two thousand sixteen nine search for the result wet races and bit more strange with the new with the change to mechelen. It was a more a more normal season numbers more dry races. Look at look at p. Two on friday one point. Seven tenths covered nineteen raiders. This is how competitive more. Gps right now so to to do joon dead to be as consistent. It's almost elevates the achievement. Because it's a it's such as the competitiveness of more gps. Yeah the daily thing is. I would like to see marquette in that equation. I would like to see him back because after what we've seen in career before the crash i mean i mean that exhibition west while what was scary. I mean so unfortunately We haven't seen him scenes but But yeah that's really missing at least it's only artemis daily. The we don't really know. I mean mark would allow us to have the for pitcher you know because we all say oh these very the competition is crazy. Seven th then nineteen riders. Yes but i would love to see mark in that question because maybe he's performance would change our perspective on that but unfortunately again us Have said yesterday. I mean after the race we cannot. We can change. The past. that race was difficult for him. He said afterwards. It was a nightmare. Because the bait just wasn't as it should any really struggled e came through to seven th and he was. It was a really smart rate as we see from mir but what i liked was his comments afterwards. We spoke about this before Don't wear theism haller. Endara's question. I you're gonna part in said look. I can't really party. Would be responsible. People are dying from this disease. I can't go party and for a twenty three year old. Say that. I mean like you said a minute ago. You know when you were twenty three. You're really thinking about those things that i understand that 'cause i'm twenty four now. What great ambassador for more. Gp's me yeah on the pretend. But i mean coming back to the race. I think in the end. He was a beat acting before the race because after the race when he was celebrating. The.
"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Failing to measure up. It's probably something systemic. Yeah and it doesn't show any sign of changing. So question for you though does that mean? Okay. Hit cooked. So he doesn't menu at all they're. Well that's the thing he says, we've got three possessions that are locked up. Specifically, Rules Out Sending Soon Ota to red bull racing for his first year but he doesn't say anything about Alpha Tari so is ca- theater just done. I mean I understand walking away from him at this point? Why I mean it it sure it sure. Sounds like it. Would it be like ghastly continues to develop at Alpha Tower A. Vietnam albinger both handed their walking papers promote Sonoda and hope that he is your next big thing and then you find somebody who will just perform within an acceptable standard deviation for Max. Basically, the vegetarian Max's Lewis three tenths is an interesting number Paul. You know I think three tenths is the clearly somebody who won't be as good. But is is comparable I don't know I. I mean if you want someone consistent and. Apparently good at getting in a car. That's tricky to drive in performing. That's. Right Yup. You know the what little I've heard about. Like explanations for albums, performances that you know he unlike like Max can just feel the grip. And the red bull is may be tricky to drive for. For these guys. I think Horner was even saying that it was the same deal with ghastly like they just he and album both have problems feeling. the grip of the car and you see this sometimes with across motor sports like I. Think the. The Repsol Honda Motor GP bike is very, very difficult to ride And Marquez just an alien and that's how he can do it. But like you put any other writer on there like they whore hey, Lorenzo a championship Ryder on the bike last year and he was in last place like all the time. So, it's not like. I don't think you can. Ignore that part of it and so if you want somebody to get in your tricky car, that is hokey Merck. Yeah. Speaking of Honda and their friends what's going on? Any new developments on their. Engines. and. That's what's new developments. Just the picture picture of the landscape run engines is becoming clearer. So rankin over at race fans his as always been doing a lot of business reporting around around this issue. One of the things that was pointed out is, is Honda being a bit hypocritical like were they just finding? For leaving one when they said we need all heads being dedicated the problem of. Carbon Neutrality in the meantime, they're continuing to power INDYCAR, and so there are some question around like okay. Well, what's going on there because they've been running a hybrid? In India right that's just that's just combustion engine they're considering going to a hybrid in the near future which means indycar a decade behind. Where Motor Sport is more broadly. Honda. was asked about this and. Their response was look Honda performance development is basically American part of the company that is a separate unit that sever business unit they build those engines and they have chosen to maintain that relationship. Honda's argument is that from the Japanese side of the company and they're sort of Maine are indeed division that is the touches on these sort of initiatives. Everyone needs to go over into net zero technologies because for for one thing in Honda's. Is Honda laid it out Honda is such a huge company that produces so many different lines of the echo that it's not like Honda has one engine to roll out, and that's going to be the way they get to that objective. They basically got to find solutions for sedans for trucks SEV's for basically like delivery trucks and. Heavy tracked like Hondas kind of everywhere and so they basically, they do not have that many. Engineers available there in the tap all of them to begin pulling the company on January for for this for this goal which is maybe is maybe true. Could also be justification. Rankin did point out that. Honda cannot win for losing at F. One. The company is always. One foot out the door every time they come back into f one and what that means is they weren't a stakeholder they didn't have a scene at the table. When the turbo hybrid era was basically being laid down into law. Honda basically arrived late and just had to accept these specs that they'd had no hand in shaping whereas everyone else had been part of those conversations. And in rank installing Honda follows this pattern of saying You know arriving late and then realizing, Hey, these regulations are tricky and then kind of complaining that they didn't have a hand in shaping them and that they're kind of trying to play catch up and that was kind of the pattern they played the the they played in one with this most recent go round The other thing that is looming over all of this is The this kind of crisis like what is f one going to do with this supplier shortage The business of making a one engines is actually lucrative Again. Rankin. Went digging into Mercedes public statements. And did the math on the part of Mercedes that produces the F. One powertrain and. There's about four hundred people working every year. On the F one engines, the Mercedes sells. Costs about thirty, one, million euro to run that part of the company. So. that. Just. So you know is enormously expensive compared to like what an inch in a combustion engine are d program costs like it's just it doesn't compare. This is why Cosworth stayed away from F one entirely because. Kinetic recovery is not a hard problem to crack thermal recovery is like the minute you introduce the..
"gp" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Fou-. Grand Prix turnouts meet even more historic as Lewis Hamilton triumph through Mercedes doing equal democracy machias record of ninety-one Formula One victories. How was the one from second grade often challenging is posting vouch protests at the first corner I think capitalizing when I looked up heavily and ran off the track after thirteen in the racist sixty laps had been completed. Hamilton. was that for two elite he would never lose what athletes later retired with a suspected electrical problem on his power. Unit. maxx shopping chased Hamilton throughout at times they will helping several seconds faster than the other callers and would not have the entire field at a late race safety not intervene. It was called for landowners retiring Maclaren offering ignition problem blighted his engine. But we're stopping ultimately was no match for the Mercedes driver as he could not make inroads in off the safety car restart found himself under attack from Daniel Ricardo the renter driver lost a lot of time to the latest being stuck behind closed rolling SF one, thousand roadblock in the early stages be still looked beyond for maiden podium finish with the French manufacturer he's soon set to leave a senior potus retired. This was seriously threatened by racing point Sergio, Perez who is gaining Simon Ricardo Significantly, automaking long I in on the software well, but the safety carpool that eight is on the same soft ties at the end Ricardo was able to hang onto third of the challenging for stopping at the restart elsewhere there was yet another unforced spinning era from Spicy and battle starring drive to the points from Roy grown and Antonio James Nazi or Super Sub Nico Comeback Monies to go from the last eighth the fine drive in place of Lawn Stroh way back from the track are AIRBNB. A forty minute drive from the nurburgring to discuss all of that are more on zoom. Dot Com editor Jonathan Ibew and GP racing executive editor you coddling who I'm going to see. I because was cost although I appreciate you on the Russian jeep cost either and. was. A good race. That's a hard question isn't there I think it was made through by circumstance ready wasn't a and some people might even think that it's quite good advert for bidding off Friday practice because it creates a little bit of uncertainty. and. Going to Stein in his post race debrief did actually say we we always actually seemed to go well when this Of Fraud being disrupted so That's quite an interesting proposition of role on emily eyesight. Instinct. Well Yeah. I mean there's certain varying schools of thought and Williams basically think the opposite to ask they revert to half the tracks. I'm Robert than rather than lease out the practice running the reason why I also at the start was just because not a lot happened at the front of the race one spot ass was out of the way it was fairly clear. The hamiltons off seems to have in. In spoke, book it whenever we really wanted to the intrigue of could ask get back with maybe I'm through a to stop or what he could do is automatically taken away when when he couldn't he couldn't continue because of his how unique problem. So I just I just left wondering it was like look a good race apart from the fund. It was just missing that sort of Cherry on top you on everything. Simply misery expecting too much. But there we go. John did you enjoy the Eiffel grumpy? One really because lots lots happened but nothing happened in some respects that. Of the great I lap vouchers moves around the outside was good than the. Instant win when he looked up ruined cars and Louis got ahead. So. This was all this was happening, and then we were about lap thirtyish and still had half the rights to run and it seemed like the race or to be known for two or three hours seem to have gone on a war, which is normally decided a boring race when it drags but there's actually quite a lot going on. There's been a bit of. A weird one. Really. Doubt as an all time classic by some goods. Good storylines there. Of Louis Equally Michael's record factories I Kona Mac shadowing him the Lenin is instant, and of course, Daniel Ricarda getting that maiden podium for any I think it's one of those races that doesn't actually come together as a coherent whole in terms of storytelling as we must describe these things dyson as as as I was watching it unfold I was counting my lucky stars, the ban Anderson's GonNa be writing the racial approach for GP. Because it's it's one of those ones where eight wasn't very high modulus it's not it's not a rice where you can describe any sort of coherent threaten and I pity the full who has to try and writer race reporter Alex Feroza export the the does all these things because it. It was very much of a rice of sort of three thirds wasn't that you had the the virtual safety car that interrupt things added a dose of peril for Dino Recall I who Pitted during the virtual safety car period any for it to disappear while he was in pit line. and. Then of course, the final safety car when when Lando Norris parked his car in inconvenient spot than shook it up again a little bit and what you get with these disruptions is you get a rice ends up with big interesting but not actually having a narrative that you can relate to in any coherent. In Iraq so I look forward to reading your report and of course, as ever the drive ratings. Thanks very much good as well. Yeah. I. Have understood this problem whereas planning ahead with the magazine feature that I'm going to be writing after we finished recording this. I think really ultimately comes down to what I said he he retired from the race but is yet another mistake there factory hands, Lewis Hamilton the win and I think he was ever there's ever realistic chance to gain back Lugano unt title Wolves Zoom. Press conference and insisted that he was still in the fight but before we get to the big error that pre to be so costly and brought us to say Lee bow that move at the start because you've got dramatic between team is eighty drivers at one point I was off as slight touch by. Quite, happen. But yeah, what was brought us his view of what's of? As elbows out quite nicely and hung on their time. What's MBA certainly a feisty starts at the race. It was yeah and it was quite nice..
"gp" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"One's I fou-. . Grand Prix turnouts meet even more historic as Lewis Hamilton triumph through Mercedes doing equal democracy machias record of ninety-one Formula One victories. . How was the one from second grade often challenging is posting vouch protests at the first corner I think capitalizing when I looked up heavily and ran off the track after thirteen in the racist sixty laps had been completed. . Hamilton. . was that for two elite he would never lose what athletes later retired with a suspected electrical problem on his power. . Unit. . maxx shopping chased Hamilton throughout at times they will helping several seconds faster than the other callers and would not have the entire field at a late race safety not intervene. . It was called for landowners retiring Maclaren offering ignition problem blighted his engine. . But we're stopping ultimately was no match for the Mercedes driver as he could not make inroads in off the safety car restart found himself under attack from Daniel Ricardo the renter driver lost a lot of time to the latest being stuck behind closed rolling SF one, , thousand roadblock in the early stages be still looked beyond for maiden podium finish with the French manufacturer he's soon set to leave a senior potus retired. . This was seriously threatened by racing point Sergio, , Perez who is gaining Simon Ricardo Significantly, , automaking long I in on the software well, , but the safety carpool that eight is on the same soft ties at the end Ricardo was able to hang onto third of the challenging for stopping at the restart elsewhere there was yet another unforced spinning era from Spicy and battle starring drive to the points from Roy grown and Antonio James Nazi or Super Sub Nico Comeback Monies to go from the last eighth the fine drive in place of Lawn Stroh
"gp" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"It's very very cold report to make. A, fifth woman well-made. He second idea is to both rices, one race sort of like stage racing sky idea what that means, but it's could work half points at the end of the first rice and one and a half points at the end of the second race where you finishing the first is where you start second, toyed with his idea of having to start on the same ties as well, but may be combining with the first idea. My work better like like hate racing that you say Carry over. Conditions in terms of your allocations as we discussed because. Nothing stimulate me more than I allocation talk. and. Are Again. I mentioned before. I'm actually excited for clean slight and a of let's go again. Let's let's let's say actually wouldn't mind. It's impossible when things get back to normal that we would say this about actually dime on the idea of going back. Twice in in one year annoyed. Sort of the point of grown parades meant to be special in in one of kind of once a year event, but let's face it. There's also growing praise on the calendar that it really matter, and I happen to us, then that's great. Good. Wanting to fringe grown race like that. Paul Ricard well. That's why I think of you want to do it. You'd have to do multiple. You'd have to do a different format I'm still Kane on the idea that if you do back to backs like these the second, you'll be different former, because imagine if these first rice was a dodd, who would watch the second like? It just wouldn't work, so we haven't. We haven't had that happened yet, so I think we need the case study of two consecutive Russian grown praise. To occur, then will say like O.. J.'s. Excited the Second Time Razali say I'm sure we will get there before too long as Subas into Silverton coming up, united causal be well adjusted by then, and I'm sure it won't be so exciting, but speaking of the old segment ask McGinley. We mustn't forget how ongoing segment what sunny just started actually going from Ostia formula McGinley. You can say since naming patent here. Which of course dotted with the first race of the season and be placed to know that the fantasy former, the one website is become no easy to navigate than it has lost. That's the all trying to load up our league. I've been leading. The show started. Actually he's being forty five minutes now. Trying to find the box of neutrals, league is a feature. What is it? I can't figure out where hang on here. We go upcoming. Do we have standings because I think? If took by Astrid Lindgren pray. Entries, it would've Wouldn't have it to be honest. I'm kind of hoping that carried over from Mr Elliot Regard. Yes, they have got the standings of being updated. We have we have a lot of injuries this year number we. We have four hundred twenty-three injuries sheets. More than loss. I can't remember have any lost year for the I think we had two hundred and something didn't okay well, let's. One hundred by the next episode. For five hundred you never know what's going to happen. It's a weird season. So I can tell you that I'm ranks, only one hundred and twenty first. The later by the way has three hundred point it stiff on GPA, which was meant to be a real formula. One team once. By S Crooks, that's the name of the first thing I three hundred points comfortably in the lead role done sickened ease wash hands after touching boombox spare no! Two hundred eighty eight point. Oh, I'm looking forward to these covid names like it's a New Year S. Thirties tracing point F one s brighty two hundred forty four points. That's very good did on that. There are a lot of names going on a fourth is Christians. Devils I can't remember if that's a repeat from. I think that's the right that's that's rings a bell that. Thirty nine and Fifty Papa Stroz pink tracing. Point patrol Mercedes by Green two hundred thirty six S. Steph definitely new. We've heard that one both a combination of a couple of names from last now I'm going to try and find you and unfortunately. I don't know how to use these I'll hang on I can search. Do you remember what your team name was called Oh called Ni-. It's all my other computer. Unfortunately, silicon I kind of help you. Do as we lost season as well and do the McGinley rankings, everyone with McGinley and they nine. This is not an excuse to change your name to McGinley, but. Is Plenty. We've got several. Oh No! We can't do this there, too many names as McGinley in them. Everyone's got onto that theme. Already. Some of them straight do throughout the late of all. WHO's an eleventh place? Alpha McGinley from the United States by adding hundred twelve points. I do like who is second. In the McGinley Standings, starting overall still no idea who McGinley's Dj was two hundred five points. That's fair enough. These are quite good, so just gonNA. Seventeenth which is third in the standings McGinley into new VIC seychas litigants. By odd poly, two hundred four points must've favorite name so far. This is a good one. This could actually be old its name here. They are fifty in this ranking Sam McGinley's grown unusual from France. A hundred points I'll pay on. It's very bad taste, but I'll I'll I'll stick with it because it's in the public time. It's Coronas Court. That's disgraceful. Should be. Ninety second on fifty two points. That's all right I'll take that. What I've got while lineup is crap I've got for Steph in. The early high lot magnusson Ricarda Gratiot Ed Ferrari. What a what is show lost a lot of points this. UNFORTUNATE, line, on my lineup, by the way, mentioned read that lineups Mommy's verstappen or good icon jk Norris Peres strolled in school and Mercedes, my. So. Stroll in Davos tap and obviously let me down. I feel like I scored decent points, and yet somehow I am no need to talk to because I'm doing a clare. This is an insipid lineup. I can. Tell you in interest famous well. What the leading entry Stefan GP not a real Formula One team. He's he's team. This week was bought us, and he also said Oh what has going? He also made bought as he's like super driver. Vice called triple points, but as Norris Oakland Perez and Russell, and he's team was Mercedes. So that's a very strong. Tefana JP finding that into Formula One with that lineup, it probably would have her. You can go to books..
"gp" Discussed on a16z
"In one of the fundamental things in foundations of that primary care. was that experience with trust and being able to share information with that provider I think. Some of the things that have been helpful about primary care is the fact that there is that level of trust yet. That's also where things broke down because people ran to the place in the space where there were limited resources. An overwhelmed that area and there weren't the opportunities taken to use other mechanisms such as telemedicine or Telephones to communicate with people into to do that. Triaging that needed to be happened rather than people being exposed even in the doctor's office. It is the what we call low acuity sort of entry point for cared whether it's a sniffy nose or a rash, or you know something very basic. A patient can get a very quick evaluation, and not have to necessarily see a higher end specialists, or go to a hospital, or some other, more expensive and more complex of care setting, and you know essentially get their needs taken care of in the most cost effective. Effective way possible primary care was really meant to be the front door to the healthcare system. The unfortunate irony of of the current situation of primary care was already at almost a crisis level with regards to access you know your body to actually get an appointment with a primary care doctor, despite the fact that that is actually the most appropriate entry point sometimes months right? There's this a very fundamental economic fact which is. The. Most scarce resource we have in healthcare is doctors. Time doctors are extremely expensive to make in not to mention the fact that the ratio of GP's per capita globally is going down and so if they're time isn't used effectively. That's the most wasteful thing we could do in healthcare. This whole flattening the curve just in general primary care should be about flatten the. The curve it's firms really about not overwhelming resources. And how do you than if you're not trying to overwhelm resource how you prioritize those resources well, people who need care sooner should get it i..
"gp" Discussed on Mentally Yours
"Thanks very much for joining us so much. Leo's really appreciate it so we hit talk a bit about how the current of our Subatomic is acting. Gp's and how they're dealing with it. I'm what have you been seeing Pasolini? So we've had I think even if we if we go sort of pre pandemic we've had lots of different challenges with regards to overall mental health in in all patients but also Within the workforce within the front line staff and And Cetinje you know the pressure that we will Sunday has been nothing but unprecedented whilst many great things have come from the way we would come out of this from from the way we were working the way that We've all taken to remote medicine in digital medicine. I think certain things have probably helped tell mental health but I think overall The level of pressure that frontline is on is is definitely very difficult and I think there's always that element of of adrenaline that kicks in when you deal with with with elements of a pandemic where working on Libya Sort of a full stay Sure when the adrenaline was often all of this starts to settle down. We'll probably stop. See The true effect of actually what What a mental health bed and this is placed upon our workforce but It's tough it's tough and I think you know I think it's tough not only just from from from profession in terms of delivering but we all we all we all husbands. We all sons we are fathers and it adds that that pressure there as well where whilst absolutely we want the country to be in lockdown and so that we can all go and do our job safely I think. Come at the internal battles will eventually kick in so I think it will coping Is just You know I think. Um You know I'll focus is definitely more on on how we get through this and how we serve a public seven on the front line But I think satiny once things start to calm down the true effective of highway feeding will start to John Spy. We'll sort of support. Are there at the moment for health professionals in terms of them into health I think on the on the front line probably not a great deal but I think there's definitely I'm you know there are organizations. That are there to support awesome Benevolent Fund Is an organization which sets up for for this exact reason to help us. in a confidential manner as well. I think it's a very difficult thing full for us. To get off. Stigma rows of this out of this special It's a very difficult thing for us to talk about or not. And whilst we with very good in in talking about removing stigma from mental health as as as as clinicians and we definitely want this to be removed in society We do have support but it's It's it's probably not more about what support we have. It's probably more about how many people are truly accessing and And I think that's one of the challenges that would love to be sort of trying to get to the bottom of is. Is it okay for us to say that? We're not coping to say that That we're struggling. I'm so the the Benevolent Fund is there. It's an organization that is to support frontline doctors On the dentist as well I think the reality is whilst the off things. A doctor's the question is what is that full my receptionist. What is what staff What's therefore Clean that cleans my surgery. What's the what's there for the transport staff that are moving blood samples from A to B? And you know. And that's probably the bit that we start to reflect more on an think. Well it's great to say that you know you've got to lease organizations Doctors but I think we do need to think why why the NAS an how and what is available for them without necessarily I call it an. We won't necessarily special treatment but otherwise we will fall into the general population. And and that's a discussion of the. I'm sure we're going to touch on shortly. What if what are the some of the biggest challenges that frontline walk a facing at the moment in terms of them health erm? I think going back to my point of of running on adrenaline. I think when we put in these scenarios we perform really quite well when you when you put when you put an HSA stop and cast off into extreme challenges. We'll roll offs leaves and we've got very much a we've just got to do this attitude and I suppose sometimes quite rightly but I think at some Making sure that we can talk. I think in times like this. You know having groups and teams Where we can all sit and reflect a little bit and what you do come up for a little bit of Erin Go. Oh Gosh so one of the things for example what we do in also juries is we have talking sessions and we have very open reflective things about an. It's all right to say anything in this space and we call it that way with initially allowed. Say Gosh you know this was the worst day will for example today just to give you a very live example. We had them. We lost three people and this is. This is all due to Kobe. So we all getting significantly more death rights if I can if I can put it that way in our population and it does affect off staff. And you know. So what am I myself? Today was was very upset because of a patient that we've looked off. The last thirty years had passed away arguably you could say well. It was definitely before one time. It was heartbreaking to see her upset. It was heartbreaking. Obviously this patient had passed away But when we get to sit down and talk about it rather than sort of people go home and swallow it and internalize it and find the get a way to To put it out in the open to talk about things that you will thinking about especially with the other members of team because I think you know different people externalize things in different ways while she got upset. I'm upset that any of my other stuff went upset. I'm just show that they pick different. People deal with these things in different ways so having an opportunity to actually verbalize this in a pen and reflect that you know this isn't Oles Pats on the back moment for us. This is more about going. Well tell us what upset you today. Tell us what makes things difficult for you today. how can we help as well and you know obviously Employ all said we have three surgeries set in the private sector organization. has hundred. Gp's nearly nationwide in each of those people we feel responsible for and it was. I think we want to remove the Tabu from talking about it. We want to remove the Tabu to say that it is all right to be upset. It is all right to feel sadness. It is all right to to pull down that sort of what can I say? That sort of Superhero mosque. Often say you know what I am. I am struggling a little bit and I think talking is is half half I feel sometimes can be half the battle resolve. You've mentioned several times about the adrenaline. That loss of health workers will be sort of lacking on at the moment But what do you think's going to happen when that whereas often when when the epidemics over you expecting Possibly a surge in mental health issues within the medical profession. Think it probably will be. I don't think it's just the medical health profession. I think the general population itself is going to you know at the moment we We've we've put too late on things You know everyone's kind of closed off in the public has been fantastic. Our patients have really you know have taken to this change quite amazing be quite frankly and I don't think we can do this. We continue to deliver the health service that we want to deliver without a patient support and I think people are realizing that but but having said that we also have concerns about. Well where are all my on? The mental health leads to my practice. I've I spent a lot of years looking commissioning mental health upside as a board member In leading on mental health. So it's it's huge passion of mine and something that I I will advocate until my last days. Radio around how mind works and how we how we deal with things in stop a of the soul so I think it's not just us. I think the population is keeping a cap on a lot of things you know not we would just reflecting the other day that I normally run a mental health clinic every week and I'm starting where are less patients now that we've moved to this? Wyatt is speaking to them. And so I'm we've all been sort of you know crossing her around to really make sure that we provide an essential service to make show affectively people on dying which is kind of. We're at the moment You kind of forget about the sort of the other things that we were doing. You know whether that be you know. I have made a single cancer referral in the last two to two months. Now you know and I start to worry. I started to think. Well Gosh normally we make at least three or four concert referrals a month. So where are these people and we can say the same mental health? We can still say the same full of physical patients that with physical health conditions. You know we're not necessarily seeing them we all seeing them in a different manner but And this is where we have to start to understand that I get priorities. Physical Properties of life preservation have to take a control here. But I think when we come out of this I think is going to be a lot of Whether we want to label Traumatic which it is you know it's going to be element of PTSD type of scenario where we've all been through trauma Whether it be directly whether it be indirectly in sunny by the end of this guys know people that's has suffered from the effects of what's happened so and dealing with that is going to be a challenge and I think this this. This is a debate. Where we we when we start to think of what this post cove. It looked like we have to start to introduce what support we are going to give from a mental health perspective. Are we going to start to pay? the attention that we need to be paying to it from a funding perspective You know we need to start to truly get parakeets for mental health..
"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Remove from both Bano and And Allison Elson if that is kind of necessary for keeping everyone uneven Keel yeah. I've got some quotes here from Hamilton and Albon on that That last lap incident from autosport album on says of course he didn't mean to do it. I'm not angry. Lewis reviewing it back. Turn nine Osama in my mirrors. I thought he wasn't close enough to overtake so I didn't defend it. I went in a little bit quick anyway just to try and cover it. I saw he kind of went for it but didn't feel at the time like he committed completely. It's one of those things where you go side by side like that at an angle. It's completely blind so you kind of give space but you don't really know where he is and you just have to turn in and hope that there's no one there we tagged and that was kind of the incident to honest. Thought he wasn't going to overtake me there and that he was going to overtake me and turn one he had the pace Hamilton. Says it's always a question of when is the right time time to try it. We only had a lap to go. An opportunity came up. I was quicker through turn nine. I was in shooting distance so I gave it a shot ultimately in my mind. I'm trying to catch Max highly unlikely unlikely but that was the goal. I've got a penalty. I totally accept the blame and I was coming from behind You don't you don't ever see me do that collisions with anyone. In hindsight I could have waited to come across the line but hindsight is always a great thing and that was Brazil the race. All right. Well should we take the news then absolutely Well not a lot going on in from the one land besides. I don't think we officially confirmed drivers for next year Caveat and gasoline. We'll stay at our so or Alpha Tori as it will be called next next year and album is staying for Red Bill Hogan Berg is sounding more and more like he wants to try to pull in Esteban Okon and sit out one year and come back. I'm not sure he has the backing to do that. Who knows and it's looking more like Ah Nicholas? Latifi will move up from formula two into that spot. That Robert Kabila is vacating at Williams. Yeah just just a thing that caught my eye is Ferrari something that only the Claire to to have a meet at Furry. HQ in Maranello and it's interesting that they're trying to downplay the notion that there's anything really wrong. In their relationship between drivers you had autosport talking about Benito downplaying The degree to which the drivers are going at each other But then over at Race Fans You have Rankin and Colin Taint. Writing about basically been auto did did say that. This was a a bad mistake major consequences for the team. That shouldn't have happened. And it feels like you heard Croft and brundle will refer to the Weber that'll relationship and how reminiscent this incident was a some of their clashes and I'm inclined to agree and I think but not oh has his hands full This is this is going to be a Turkey thing to manage judge I feel I think he was really unfortunate that Up played out the way it did because I feel at I feel like with the Russian. GP He had engineered the situation where they were going to put the screws to battle really really nicely for him not for him not like towing the line but then his engine engine blew and so the message wasn't wasn't passed long Because I think with race strategy they were going to bury him and that didn't happen and so that situation Asian continued to fester where he kind of insubordinate but then everyone's sort of moves long and plays Nice and that all sort of doesn't make culpa instead and now we have this at the end of the season and it's really not a good time. Have this happened because if you have these blow ups like a few few races ago there are still enough season left to get everything back on an even Keel. Abu Dhabi is last race. It's it's it's kind of a throwaway event at this point in the air It's you know it's the it's a wrap party and I think in a lot of ways this is the sort of thing was gonna Linger now in that driver relationship and It's GonNa make for a really tricky Team management problem album next year because it goes beyond just how you manage the personalities. You may be at a situation where you are scared to have these guys next to each other on the track like -sition race position was complicated enough It gets real dicey when you Kinda don't want your driver's next to each other and you don't have to arrange one of them going past the other yeah. I forgot to run down the finishing order so to do that. Now I place Max. Verstappen second-place appear ghastly third-place Carlos Sainz in fourth. Kimmy Reichen it. We've got Antonio Juvenile in fifth place. Scott to be his best finish Danny Rick Lewis Hamilton in seventh after his five second time penalty not landowners comes home and then Sergio Perez and Danny of yet. It's the final point behind them can Magnusson George Russell in twelfth. Just I shall die of his his first points Roman Grosjean and thirteenth Alex albarn finish the race in Fourteenth Place Nico Hokum Berg in fifteenth. Because because he apparently received a place post race time penalty for overtaking under safety car conditions Robert Kitson sixteenth and then the NFC APPs federal Leclair stroll and botas driver standings Lewis Hamilton on top of course voucher. Both awesome awesome second with three fourteen mattress. TAPPIN's got to sixty Charlotte Clare with two forty nine. Sebastian federal with two thirty peer ghastly now tied with Carlos Sainz both at ninety five points in six place. Alex up got eighty four Danny Rick's got fifty four Sergio Perez in tenth place with forty. Six Norris right right behind with forty five. kimmy racking got forty three Nico Holmberg with thirty seven Danika. The at thirty five plant sterols got twenty one. Kevin Magnussen has twenty still Antonio Juvenile. He moves up the fourteen points Roman grow. John is an eighteenth place with eight points rob with one and George Russell with zero Reseda. Still on top of course. Having clinched the constructors championship with seven hundred and one points for has four hundred. Seventy Nine Red Bulls got three ninety one McLaren with one hundred and forty renos got ninety one Scuderi Toro Rosso with eighty-three very now much closer to a fifth place. Reynaud racing point has sixty seven. Alfa Romeo's got fifty seven Haas during House and team twenty eight points and Williams has one rest of the news here. The Moscow Grand Prix happened. I haven't watched the final race. I watched the qualifying race. So Oh I'm not gonna say what happened because I don't know but I will link in the show notes the the full races if in case you want to go back and watch them on demand in other racing series the World Endurance Championship rob has another team to enter in the future. Who Shows Joe is back baby? Yeah finally like it's exciting. They were they had a really good rivalry they probably they probably tried to push Audi Saudi farther than anyone else did. During out he's run of Dominance in WC and they head to bail out because one nobody was. Nobody was beating that Audi program. Audi only law like Audi only was knocked off the top when they basically got bored winning left. I don't think Toyota actually came in and beat them. Tony came in to fill the void but the issue was that entire moons prototype classes. Last we discussed was becoming too so ridiculously expensive that there was one serious entrant per year basically and then I think I think there was a rebellion racing clawing their way in there and running on a shoestring and it just wasn't it was no longer a place where you're saying really exciting dynamic competition between teams this entire shift to W. W. E. C. regulations and moving away from the prototype class to To to opening up a hyper car Series has helped bring more people into into the series. Who's your back is a sign? That strategy is succeeding right. So they'll be joining the twenty twenty two season Really want to see what those cars look like. Elsewhere in racing motor. GP We go now to Lorenzo announcing his retirement or hailer. WHO's been in the League for a long time? he's a big part of that Tremendous Motor GP documentary hitting. The APEX has not really found his footing for the last few years he went to Honda for the twenty two thousand nine season to partner Marc Marquez says who has just been cleaning up in the past years but wasn't able to get anything going. It was injured. I think maybe two thirds the way through the season. Lorenzo was so he's out Marc Marquez. Brother Alex is in so two brothers. Others will be racing together on the same team for the first time in motogp history next year. That will be fun you watch. How did you pick this year? Not much just I keep the lightest of lightest of tabs on it. It is like I find it incredibly the fun to watch but also I kind of can't watch it so it is so death defying great Let's see fantasy standings for the Brazilian Grand Prix. By the way. If you'd like to join our fantasy league you can do so With the link in the show notes we've got in fifth place. Chaz Ontai in Fourth Place Fantasy Fund number. Three your for stopping stop in my heart number two Paladin and number one for the bazillion Grand Prix White. He Eddie racing international brought to you by rich energy. I can't even. I can't even follow it anymore. Fifth place overall standings in fifth-place. Jeez Mercedes team. I'm sorry jeeze Mercedes driver team headed by Ferrari just saying your whole strategy right there in your team. Name Saint Jove acing teams fourth jacked up racing is in third number to bow to the future part three and the number one still holding down rich volt F. One energy team parentheses we heart stewards ridiculous. Some emails rob. Let's do it right. You can email shift up one podcast gmail.com or to GO TO F one DOT COM slash emails. You want to take this first one. Got One here from Anthony. Anthony writes dear friends. F One's traveling circus is basically the original version of the Bachelor Ashley Bachelorette Franchise You have twenty to thirty drivers. All vying for different versions of a similar thing race wins championship. And if one seat Assim seat but clearly divided into those that have a shot at the bachelorette bachelor or Bachelorette heart top teams. A future in the franchise best of the rest up and coming drivers responding champs and those who don't have enough self awareness to realize they actually aren't really at the dance this by the way is the email that Danny alluded to last last week and we had so many people saying like you should read that email now. We're eating the male other thoughts similarities. Crofty may be just like Chris Harrison. You guys might have a better reference. Our friends But here's some bachelor phrases that would fit Formula One. He's here for the right reasons. Lewis Hamilton Landon Doris. He's not here for the right reasons. This one Straw. Will you accept this rose. Anyone who gets a seat we need to talk ghastly demotion same as Bachelorette telling a contest tested. She's starting to see the possibility of maybe falling for them and then cutting them one hour later on national. TV The drunk guy the pool parties guideline Kimmy has actually been a drunk guy at the pool party. I am pretty sure that as one of the reasons he was sort of lightly encourage to leave for the first time around and yeah. I don't know I stopped following this as closely during that era Because I was at college I just becoming logistically impossible. I remember at one point my parents were pointing a skype web. A Webcam at their TV screen. And I was watching racist via skype. Oh Wow yeah and like so. That was that was taught. Let me tell you. But if memory serves there were stories. That like Kimmy was incredibly talented but also had a reputation for being a bit of a party animal at the time and that was he's.
"gp" Discussed on KCRW
"K for GPS the global positioning system was designed with a limit the number of weeks it could count every nineteen years. The program reaches that limit and the count resets that happened tonight. What might happen tonight? Franks loofah director of the McRae institute for critical infrastructure protection and cybersystems joins us now from the campus of Auburn university. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you got my privilege will anything happened. You know, that's something. We don't have a clear picture. I think by in large. Most people are quite confident no need to panic at this stage. The government has been speaking to industry that are dependent upon GPS for the past that two years now. And actually, this is the second time will go through a rollover the first one occurred in nineteen ninety nine what's different between today. And then is our exponential growth. Independence upon GPS. You've got billions of devices now connected to GPS. So obviously dependence is much greater most of us, obviously in it using GPS if we're trying to get somewhere, but I gather it's it's key to things like communications in the power grid, even finance absolutely basically all of that critical infrastructure. It's it's probably the most significant. Dependency to critical functions time that is and precise time though, Haynes of transactions clear daily all of which are time stamped and all of the global markets. The electric grid is dependent upon GPS navigation, obviously is as well. It is one of these cross cutting interdependencies that critical infrastructure is completely reliant upon not to mention individuals. Anyone who's a parent? I'm sure they've heard are we there yet? And what time is it something? I've heard many times from my kids over the years. So it touches pretty much. Everyone is the system secure, you know, GPS it's cheap in cost. It's quite efficient. But it is vulnerable. It's vulnerable to jamming. It's also vulnerable to spoofing where you can insert bad data into the system to cause the system to do something it wasn't intended to do the system is handled itself incredibly well. But our dependence is become almost that of. A single point failure that we need to be looking to alternatives to GPS we need to be investing in new technologies. And this is something that department of defense and DARPA in particular have been keeping their eyes on the ball for quite some time because they too are concerned that weapon systems and sticks may not work as advertised in the event of a crisis. So if something happens when will we know the actual rollover itself as at eleven fifty nine Greenwich, meantime, seven fifty nine PM east coast time. So I think there'd be a clear indicator. If something is a skew you'd find out relatively quickly. But the thing to keep in mind here is modern system. So modern devices receivers and the like they're actually moving to a thirteen binary bit system. So in other words, right now the storage face is able to maintain a thousand twenty four weeks. Wchs going forward. Hopefully, we don't have to worry about this for another one hundred fifty seven years. Oh, all right below. I'll take those odds. There's some good news there. Same here. Frank slew of the mccreery institute for critical infrastructure protection. Cybersystems? Thanks so much for being with us and mail, your rollovers be completed. Very good. May the force be with us. Thank you, Scott. This is NPR news. Donald Trump is paying a rare. Visit the California this week. His third is president after inspecting the southern border. He's got a pricey fundraiser in the L A area, hoping Golden State donors will shell out for his reelection. But just thirty percent of Californians approve of the job from doing tune into KCRW news as we follow the president's visit threats to close the border may affect businesses and families and threats to close the Poro five may affect your Friday commute. Tune in every day. So Cal news right here.
"gp" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"gp" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"We got we got to raleigh and i think part of that was because i was a girl scout and learn how to navigate but i i love gps i think it's wonderful in terms of we're you're trying to get somewhere but i think map also gives you a sense of abroad or pitcher in terms of lear you are selling thank you john youth yoga exactly right then that will give you a broader picture it'll give you some options that you might not have with gps and would i even do i mean this is going to sound goofy but i use the sun and win directions and all sorts of clues on traveling around to maintain a direction ality which you wouldn't get nominally from gps and it just feels like i'm connected to the environment in in a way that i wouldn't ordinarily be if i had this thing barking at me i suppose it's not the minimize the utility of these but as we already heard from bill it's a good idea to put it away at least periodically to encourage the use of your sense of so bill are google and apple remapping i mean how how do we keep up constantly with the changing surface of the planet and and the changing geography that's going on well that's a part of the amazing x part of the experience that is amazing to me is the scale of the ghoul mapping team now and it certainly a lot bigger than when i was there there now upwards of seven thousand people working on that team and they're processing twenty five million changes every single day to go maps in two thousand twelve google also bought a company called ways for almost a billion dollars that essentially is is taking feeds from users that are out in the real world and making that a part of the google maps data feed so whether it it'd be traffic incidents or a road closures or other things that have changed about your route google maps is now using that data in that technology to try to keep up with what is.
"gp" Discussed on Diagnostics and Usage
"I haven't looked at the last gp external gp that i looked i was when i was looking at razor they normally do like mice and keyboards which i have and love but they were all they also have their own laptop and with the laptop they sell an external gp you at that it's called the the razor blade is the laptop and the you can get a reeser core v two for five hundred but that doesn't include the graphics card which itself can be very very expensive as actually now with all of the cryptocurrency people buying them all so so apple you know has a list of the gp's that they recommend in the cases that they recommend i haven't looked into any of those but that kind of gives you a price price range on it i mean i guess apple does say that will support three games it'll be interesting to see exactly how well they support them apples never been greeted gaming on mac so this was the exciting news out of ten thirteen for me well i mean more exciting is that you know forget about the external gpu you you know i know you've tucked away a cool ten to thirteen thousand dollars on the side for the next mac proud but i do have a sad news is that it is going to be till twenty nineteen till you actually see it you know i actually i think thirteen thousand is like a really lowest.