18 Burst results for "Gordon Murray"
"gordon murray" Discussed on Here & Now
"All accounts. What they'll see is absolutely devastating. One of the residents who escaped from the fire was gordon. Murray talking to the cbc here about the loss of the town as small rural indigenous low income community and we're at the point the spear point of climate change. But it's coming for everybody. We're the canary in the coal mine. We we had the heat and the chaos but we weren't prepared so talking about climate change. They're and as he does. I'm seeing this report out this week. From the university of british columbia that says up to a billion clams mussels snails sea life in the shallow waters of the west coast of the province died because of this heat wave. Is there a sense. They're in western canada that these shocking conditions could be a new normal. I think that's really the concern. You know a both from people who live in these areas as well as the public officials. This really has been a chance for people to say. Hey if people in vancouver called an ambulance or people in burnaby called an ambulance and it didn't show up and the people of lytton only had minutes to get out of town. This is something that we need to prepare for in a different way. Cbs's lindsey done comb reporting from british columbia. Thank you so much for your time here. And now.
"gordon murray" Discussed on The Current
"I mean the other thing. Gordon murray forced out of his home and now seeing his town essentially burnt down says that he's the canary in the coal. Mine when it comes to climate change. Do you think that what we're talking about right now. What we're seeing could be a pivot point in terms of how this country addresses climate change and a new urgency in addressing climate change. I hope so but you know a lot of people in the fire fire community. You're talking about is nothing's going to happen to a lot of people are killed. And that's unfortunate because you know we've had so many signals in the past since two thousand and three we've had the evacuation of slave lake with the evacuation of fort mcmurray. We had the bbc fires of two thousand eighteen nineteen We've had a northwest territories. Burn big. I think was in two thousand fifteen georgian bay in your neck of the woods which shouldn't be burning because you know it's very humid there and there's a lot of a lot of wetlands in the georgian bay area. Burn pretty big so i i'm i'm i'm getting distressed by the fact that something catastrophic has got to happen before we get politicians to start really investing in this challenge that fifty degree temperatures would be catastrophic. They certainly are to me. I mean it's it was thirty seven degrees in edmonton for the past few days. And you can't even go walk the dog for five or ten minutes Because it's just so hot. I just can't imagine what fifty degrees like and then having a fire race through. I mean it's just it it really is kind of dante's inferno at it's good to speak with you and i'm sure we'll talk again in the meantime appreciate your perspective on this this morning. Thank you very much. Thank you me on ed. Strategic is the author of firestorm..
"gordon murray" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Turned out with seventy five thousand fewer voters. Then the democrats. The democratic vote decrease seventeen thousand in the piedmont region and the republican vote increased decreased by seventy five thousand. That also happens to be where congresswoman marjorie taylor green georgia's maxine waters was telling everyone it was going to be stolen again. It was going to be stolen again. She was campaigning for kelly. Leffler and undermining leffler the whole time. David shafer the chairman of the republican party was undermining his party for two months. Donald trump the president of the united states. The leader of the republican party was undermining the republican party. The whole time it was remarkable genuinely remarkable all the way from north georgia down to south georgia. Republicans turned out less now. The only area where democratic participation dropped more than republican participation was the metro atlanta area in the atlanta suburbs. The republican drop off exceeded the democratic drop-off in what the washington post the black belt. It runs diagonally across the center of the state. From essentially bainbridge up to augusta the republicans dropped off more in the piedmont area that runs south of atlanta on through to augusta. The republicans dropped off more and then in north georgia. We're talking just just so you know we're talking Floyd chew walker. Dade kutuzov winfield gordon. Murray gilmer pickens dawson. Lumpkin fanning union white habersham stevens banks raven towns and hall county in bartow bartos. Well that area of the state turn out seventy five thousand less. Republicans then voted in the general election. it was actually the areas with the biggest drop. Offs were the areas with the largest concentration of republican votes the piedmont region which they classify essentially is Harrelson carol heard coweta. Fayette spalding butts newton. Morgan green walton. Clark oglethorpe wilkes elbert madison columbia mcduffie. Warren that area that area turned out tremendously less and the result is that the democrats won heavily just south of atlanta where the democratic area is majority. Black turnout dropped. The least in so atlanta gained influence in the runoff even as the atlanta area itself declined a little bit. Jon ossoff got a fifty five point win. Results.
"gordon murray" Discussed on CarCast
"Guys. . Welcome to car cast Matt Motivated Guanzhou here with Bill Goldberg how are you Buddy House practices housing doing doing great. . You know we're looking at five days over one hundred. . So I'm ecstatic. . Bikini on the out by the pool. . I actually I saw it out in the leg as long as your Ad Dragon Gauge and the kids are out like on a lake and right? ? Yeah. . You're having fun growing. . Dragon. . Just shoot now like when you're over fifty, , you get you reap the enjoyment out of videoing everyone and. . Consoling them after they've been launched across. . The, , Lake Yeah, , it was very entertaining. . I'll be uploading many of those. . Like, , they're having a great time out there. . visit. Great. . . It was a great bet. . You guys can see it on his instagram you're dragging your you got the boat. . You're the kids are out on the rouse being dragged by the boat. . They fly off. . You pass the sack. . You see the slasher out your. . Their lives. . I can. . Carry? ? Them would have died I couldn't have posted it. . Had this scroll through all my other videos to find out a comparable to find out that they were doing good something. . We've got some cool ally interesting news about <hes>. . The McLaren announced that well, , the Gordon Murray announcement that we wanted to get into. . So we sort of got this job. . So we can I hit that before we get started. . Just, , another word from our friends at Dodd's it's A. . IT'S A it's time for dodge power dollars and that means for every horse power. . You get ten dollars off your purchase on dodge challenger Dodge Charger and Dodge Durango come in and save dodge power dollars for pretty sweet deal. . So as we As we are sitting down to record this. . There's some news that's out there, , and of course, , the most interesting stuff that we're finding is Gordon Murray finally took the wraps off his. . Off his new SUPERCAR, , his <hes> t fifty supercar, , Gern, , Gordon Murray very famously designed a series of f one cars had a relationship with the Clarendon did the McLaren won Three Seater Central Driving Position Car I love that car bill I know you love that car it's sort of a wishlist amongst us all. . I'm sure everyone who had an opportunity to get one at one point kicking themselves now because they keep going up thirteen, million, , , eight, , hundred, , million in life be knocked <unk> twenty million dollars going nuts <hes>. . So there was a great video presentation that came out. . With Dario Franceschini taking a touring ordinary designs during Gordon, , Murray on a moto and they took the wraps off this car and <hes>. . It's it's. . It's pretty it's pretty cool. . Gordon Murray's thing has always bands. . About lightweight and from this car from. . The initial design in his head all the way up to what it is. . Now he said a goal of no more than one thousand kilos in weight and he hit nine eighty I believe puts it somewhere around twenty one, , hundred, , seventy, , maybe twenty one, , hundred, , seventy, , four pounds. . This is extremely lightweight way in in. . Today's world. . Under twenty two hundred pounds. . Of. . A modern day car <hes> it. . The Way to do that. . And explain it when you go and you watch the videos, , you read the press about it. . Is. . You have to design this thing from the ground up. . With weight savings in mind every single step of the way, , the the CAR IS MONACO CARBON FIBRE the entire bodies carbon fibre everything. . That could be carbon. . Fibre is carbon fiber of. . The the engine he went to Cosworth and said, , it needs to be naturally aspirated. . It needs to be the twelve. . It needs to be lightweight. . needs to sound fantastic and it needs to be naturally aspirated. . Of course, right? , ? So. . What they came up with was three point nine Liter v twelve. . Six hundred and fifty, , four horsepower. . Three hundred and forty four pound feet of torque again small. . You Know Small Displacement High Ramming twelve thousand one hundred RPM match. . Enjoyment. . You know I've A. . Peak power is at eleven thousand, five, , , hundred dollars God, , and the power to the Torah curved the I think the peak torque is around nine thousand. . RPM. . So between nine thousand and not red line of eleven five that thing just must sound insane and. . Just skewed. . Now, , he didn't release any performance specs yet because Gordon Murray's thing is like I tell you zero to sixty whatever. . But everyone's GonNa go after that intestine. . beat it. . He wanted to focus on the things that meant
Gordon Murray T.50
"Guys. Welcome to car cast Matt Motivated Guanzhou here with Bill Goldberg how are you Buddy House practices housing doing doing great. You know we're looking at five days over one hundred. So I'm ecstatic. Bikini on the out by the pool. I actually I saw it out in the leg as long as your Ad Dragon Gauge and the kids are out like on a lake and right? Yeah. You're having fun growing. Dragon. Just shoot now like when you're over fifty, you get you reap the enjoyment out of videoing everyone and. Consoling them after they've been launched across. The, Lake Yeah, it was very entertaining. I'll be uploading many of those. Like, they're having a great time out there. visit. Great. It was a great bet. You guys can see it on his instagram you're dragging your you got the boat. You're the kids are out on the rouse being dragged by the boat. They fly off. You pass the sack. You see the slasher out your. Their lives. I can. Carry? Them would have died I couldn't have posted it. Had this scroll through all my other videos to find out a comparable to find out that they were doing good something. We've got some cool ally interesting news about The McLaren announced that well, the Gordon Murray announcement that we wanted to get into. So we sort of got this job. So we can I hit that before we get started. Just, another word from our friends at Dodd's it's A. IT'S A it's time for dodge power dollars and that means for every horse power. You get ten dollars off your purchase on dodge challenger Dodge Charger and Dodge Durango come in and save dodge power dollars for pretty sweet deal. So as we As we are sitting down to record this. There's some news that's out there, and of course, the most interesting stuff that we're finding is Gordon Murray finally took the wraps off his. Off his new SUPERCAR, his t fifty supercar, Gern, Gordon Murray very famously designed a series of f one cars had a relationship with the Clarendon did the McLaren won Three Seater Central Driving Position Car I love that car bill I know you love that car it's sort of a wishlist amongst us all. I'm sure everyone who had an opportunity to get one at one point kicking themselves now because they keep going up thirteen, million, eight, hundred, million in life be knocked twenty million dollars going nuts So there was a great video presentation that came out. With Dario Franceschini taking a touring ordinary designs during Gordon, Murray on a moto and they took the wraps off this car and It's it's. It's pretty it's pretty cool. Gordon Murray's thing has always bands. About lightweight and from this car from. The initial design in his head all the way up to what it is. Now he said a goal of no more than one thousand kilos in weight and he hit nine eighty I believe puts it somewhere around twenty one, hundred, seventy, maybe twenty one, hundred, seventy, four pounds. This is extremely lightweight way in in. Today's world. Under twenty two hundred pounds. Of. A modern day car it. The Way to do that. And explain it when you go and you watch the videos, you read the press about it. Is. You have to design this thing from the ground up. With weight savings in mind every single step of the way, the the CAR IS MONACO CARBON FIBRE the entire bodies carbon fibre everything. That could be carbon. Fibre is carbon fiber of. The the engine he went to Cosworth and said, it needs to be naturally aspirated. It needs to be the twelve. It needs to be lightweight. needs to sound fantastic and it needs to be naturally aspirated. Of course, right? So. What they came up with was three point nine Liter v twelve. Six hundred and fifty, four horsepower. Three hundred and forty four pound feet of torque again small. You Know Small Displacement High Ramming twelve thousand one hundred RPM match. Enjoyment. You know I've A. Peak power is at eleven thousand, five, hundred dollars God, and the power to the Torah curved the I think the peak torque is around nine thousand. RPM. So between nine thousand and not red line of eleven five that thing just must sound insane and. Just skewed. Now, he didn't release any performance specs yet because Gordon Murray's thing is like I tell you zero to sixty whatever. But everyone's GonNa go after that intestine. beat it. He wanted to focus on the things that meant
"gordon murray" Discussed on CarStuff
"Giant fan that's in the back of the car that's run by a two stroke motor, and what it does, it sucks all the air from underneath the car and pulls it down to the road surface, right? It's dreads driving it straight down. Not any direction to straight down. The engine is doing nothing, but point and the fan is playing. The point pointed down. Exactly right so you flip the switch in this thing starts up, and the vacuum starts up and suddenly the scale will read, or it will appear in the car. The car weighs fifteen hundred pounds and that's A. that's a crude way to put that and I don't even know if that's true or not. But what I'm saying is, it will pull down with the amount of force equal to one and a half times own weight as it travels down the track now i. mean again it could be instill and do the same thing. That's why I use that example but That's probably a terrible way to put that I open. Engineer doesn't call in and say that's completely wrong, ud. Screwed everything up there. Just saying right now that it probably is wrong. Well, I kind of. I'm backpedaling a little bit because i. I'm terrible at this type of thing, but but that's my understanding of it anyway is that? Is that the car effectively as it travels down? That's the goal. Right is to to make it heavier like as a as you go faster. It pushes down on the tires more than it does. When it sitting still and this car. No matter what speed you're going, even like you, you're stopped. It's pushing down the tires with like one and a half times its. Its own weight, which is crazy to think about it and so imagine the advantage that driver has when they're driving this car through corner I mean it's almost as if you could take away. Not not the you completely take it away, but you could. You could almost imagine a driver with less skill, being able to corner harder than a driver with a lot of skill Because the faster you go, the more this thing creates down for it I. I mean it's it's. It's a ridiculous amount of downforce from his car, which is really really an interesting thing, and I think there's probably a full topic for podcast here and I'm not sure we discuss the CANAM series on on for not, but maybe we can do that, but later in nineteen seventy. There's another kind of related car that I want to talk about. In one thousand, nine, hundred eighty is the Bramham bt. Forty six B which is called the. The Fan car and it was designed by named Gordon. Murray and it would use kind of a similar downforce principle as F one series. He would use a similar principle for downforce, but it was POW the this. The other part of this one is that this one was powered by the car's engine itself so the faster the car went the more downforce. It would create so again this one, even even more than the other one. I would guess. That suction effect around the corners was just unreal unreal I. Mean you're able to corner inside outside? You know right on the perfect line wherever you want to. You wouldn't have any problem. Everybody else would have. Problems wouldn't have any problems at all. So did remove a little bit of that now. One thing interesting I thought was the lead driver for the car during that era for Brabham was was Nikki Louder He was the Austrian driver at the time. And of course there's also another Brazilian. Brazilian driver, you know another co-driver. And it was Nelson Piquet, so they both got some time behind the wheel couple big names in F one, and in worth mentioning Anyway number three list highly unusual car and You know this is one that I bet a lot of people do kind of laugh at, but this is the Lada Granta hope I'm saying that right the lot of grunted now I know I'm getting a lot of part right, but I hope the GRANTA's right or east. GRANTA means granted. But a lot of a lot of Americans will laugh at this. Because the Lada is not necessarily the best cards, a Russian brand of car and Um. You know they make a lot of streetcars in Europe. They make a ton of actually they make Cash WanNa says it's in the millions I mean they've been making them. Since two thousand eleven I think they're still making them, but it's built in Russia. Russia in Ukraine Egypt, and even in Kazakhstan is where this thing is built. Of course you know they're gonNA. Take one of their their cars to compete in the World Touring Car Championship on court. Why not? Why wouldn't they right? But they chose the to grant, which is an unusual choice and a lot of people kind of laughed at it, but if I competed in two thousand twelve, and it has a different engine. turbocharged four cylinder engine, and has three hundred eighty horsepower. That is not the Lada Granta that. You'RE GONNA. Get if you buy it out of the dealership. You'RE GONNA get a one point, six liter, eight valve, inline, four engine, or possibly. If you, if you. If you upgraded, you can get a sixteen valve inline for as well number four enlist is who's an unusual when an usual. This. Is The CITRON Idee nineteen? Okay before we start even talking about where this one appeared. Because this one has some history we did do a couple car stuff episodes in this one, too. If you want the entire citron story, part one and part two. It was done in November of two thousand fourteen. It's got an extensive history on You know the whole thing, but this is the maybe one of the craziest ones on the list for me, really think. Do you agree Maybe okay, there's there's some there's little nuance that makes it not as crazy to. To me in my opinion, okay, all right. Yeah to me. This is one of the more fascinating ones just because of where it appeared and how this would be impossible today and I don't think this it wouldn't be possible. Obviously, but the CITRON idea nineteen. If you don't know what that is, that is a it's part of the D series of cars the ID method simply that it had manual transmission in the cloth interior and the DS version of this car, the CITRON DS had leather seats and something called the. Transmission so is an automatic, but had no clutch. It had a shift lever, but no clutch so so the d I'm sorry. The ID and the DS are kind of along the same appearance, but different you know trim packages and things like that and and options between nineteen, fifty, five and nineteen, seventy five. They build almost. Will they about one point four million of these cars, so a lot of them were out there however. Early on in the run of these cars again they started in nineteen, fifty five. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Fifty, eight in Riverside, California, an ID, nineteen or actually a pair of ID nineteen's ran in a NASCAR race. It was a road course. That's that's the thing that makes it a little bit easier to believe. NASCAR was a different back. It was a lot different back that apparently I mean if you if you know what a Citron ID nineteen looks like you know from Nineteen fifty-eight. Take a look at one online if you don't and imagine that running in Nascar. That's really hard to believe in on a road course a whatever, but you're right. That is row course. This was the old riverside track, and it ran in nineteen. Fifty eight is part of the Crown America five hundred. Get this finished Here's here's the finishing. They both finished with Insi- inside the top twenty. They finished eighteenth and nineteenth overall, but that means that in their class they were first and second place, so a citron has won a NASCAR race with. Get this seventy horsepower engine, these things has seventy horsepower. That's it now. Look at what the running today and you know like the horsepower and the appearance of them, and the you know the how closely closely their matched how they looked this look essentially the same essentially I know. There's variation between manufacturers, but it's such a such unusual thing I mean. It's funny that they would do this and and I hadn't put this together, but I. The the author did. The used a kind of punchline in the Um was the holiday yet..
"gordon murray" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Stated after the game of the post game show for a final numbers this is the go to when we come back the only Marshall Gordon Murray and experience this morning the score quickly to try to get themselves back in this game Millie is William correcting true it's about the the gourd we were working to eagles the rainy and off the window for an easy two virgins nor simply there in Africa a late time out against north more than externally the foreign polling state to win the game on Thursday going away previously sixty six fifty five that's double dribble off the dribble on the ground and picked up a third rebel yet again and if you do that the lawyers get Apache is continually with three minutes to go one three years dealing drive to the basket lost the ball got affected with the outsider over Murray Murray at the free throw line cut off down a gorge gore more that shake move again fatally shot is no good rebounded loco yeah they're gonna call on local for pushing for the best this is for and on the sixteenth all the cardinals no free throws away still to get the ball with two forty six the blood the Antonio Marshall into in the Milledgeville shot website is no good reliance audio back up no this is the best way for Wayne state in the can I get him to go Askins there have courts it will trigger lots of clock now we'll tell he's gonna attack it's a back up the balloon Lou driving into the paint all the way to the basket puts about no jobs available another said no and finally going grams a rebound for way stand up ahead of brown threw something away sit down a lot nearly all the mercury we're going to attack what's up off the window for to raise you know it's all news sixty six fifty seven nine point game with two minutes to go when you were a little since I love for the lawyers really birth once the.
"gordon murray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The executive producer of the top rated sitcom, the big bang theory as well as an investor. Let's talk a little bit about your really terrible relationship with money as you have described it. When you were growing up explain that. So I. My parents were teachers and so we always had enough money but wasn't money that was being saved. And so when I started to work in Hollywood, I had some money and I, I, I didn't know what to do with it. And I think from the very early days, I would always read the business section to try and get worked up to look think about what's bad stuff could happen. And there's lots of bad and there's lots of bad stuff and their screens and screens of it. And so I would I describe myself on the writing staff as the chief warrior because I knew enough to get scared about the Asian currency markets or what's going to happen. And I how is the Asian currency more? The good news is it doesn't matter. My new philosophy. A long-term investors. So I don't care, right? What happened? So in other words, what happened last Tuesday's not relevant to your retirement. If exactly. So for me, it's a it's about if I've, what's your time you must talk about your clients all the time. What's your what are your goals, but your time, horizon, if you are thinking about twenty years from now, then what happens in today's markets? I'm telling people look at a long-term charter, the market, the single worst day, the nine hundred eighty seven crash twenty three percent. One day crash on a bit long term chart. It's like a little wiggle you barely even see it. Although while you're in, in it the world is coming to an end. But that's just a function of perspective. Exactly. And I think that there's this problem that I had, which is even after I knew that I didn't internalize it. There's kind of a moment when you start to see how all this stuff fits together, and that's. When you have the ability to start feeling better now, not just not feeling like okay. I have enough money or I've, I'm going to be okay. It's more like I have confidence in this approach that I've taken and also. Being comfortable with the uncertainty. So let's talk about that, 'cause there's a line that you wrote quote, the markets haven't changed. They still go up and down the difference is I don't anymore. So how did you get from that process of worrying about where the yen was to hey markets volatile they'll fluctuate but I can't be bothered. So I was a mess. So I had my I had my retirement in cash and the Alito nine happens, and it starts everything starts to tank, and I think to myself, I've been waiting some thirteen for this is the end of the world. I knew it was going to happen, but it wasn't the end of the world. And it was around that time that I read this article about Gordon Murray, who was writing called the investment answer in his race against cancer. He was trying to finish the book before I think it was brain cancer. And so it was extremely moving article ordered the book on Amazon before it came out. I read it and things click for me in a different way to say understanding. How the market works being a long term investor and no one ever talked about having a fiduciary investment advisor. And once you realize that there's somebody who's on your side, who's not trying to make extra money and every single trade and they're being your partner for the long term, I sought out an adviser and it's funny I once I met with him. I said, okay, I'll give you a year to see how it is. So it proves. I didn't really know I wasn't really alive. Cold months once is enough. I, I heard something amusing you had you had your agent and his brother was an adviser. And you said I've given enough that family enough money. Exactly. Right. So CA is one of the leaders, see as Brian Lord and his brother Blaine Lord. His name is also an advisor already given ten percent to the Lord's eleven. That's really that's really funny. So, so you're, you're looking at. What is at least by traditional standards a fairly substantial salary. However, there's always the risk. Hey, we could get cancelled anytime who knows if the show is going to get picked up. How do you deal with that sort of uncertainty? You have to be fairly, risking bracing if that's the career choice. So this is what I realized, which is when I became a second rider, because I saw my friend, get a job on cheers after a year and a half. I totally miss priced risk. I thought going into Hollywood was going to be a lot easier and a lot more stable than it was. And once I got there, I was like, oh my God. This is a mess. I went to meeting accountant once and he said, okay, well, what's your what, what kind of income, can you expect over the next five years? I said, well, well, I might never work again. So zero or I might syndicator shows two hundred million dollars. So it can we budget for somewhere in between? Paralyzing paralyzing for a long time. And the difference for me is getting on their side of it and saying hold on a second. We know risk reward or related to be afraid of that, or we can try to make a little piece with that, and so much of my life. So much of everyone's life is. How do you reduce risk mitigate? How do you try to make everything seem to make more sense in as a storyteller? I've always telling myself stories either to get racked up in nervous or try to calm down, and it's hard. But I think trying to get comfortable with that unknown is, is really powerful. I can imagine. So before we leave the investing space, I have to ask you have a patent how on earth did that happen. So I have a couple of friends from college, and this was we graduated early nineties, and we had this, I, we always wanted to start a company and so all of us were at the beginning of our career and John's train, who's now this internet law, professor at Harvard. Is a big big deal. He had this idea, which was wait. He was a colleague or friend of you defend from college. So, so it turns out, it's like this guy showing men who he just sold his company's at target and. Zach main in who runs a neuroscience institute in Portugal, and me and Zach and Mary Lambert, who another college friend who worked at Google and the thing that was incredible a couple of things that were fun. It was a great chance for a stall to be together in this idea for the patent was could there, be a way to communicate without having to talk and without having to type could there be a touch based way of communication. So if you and I had a bracelet. You know, we give it a squeeze. You say you know what? When this interview rather rather than me, giving you a sign when we wanna break to go get a snack. Just give me a squeeze. And so you'd give me a squeeze or you'd be able to tell your kid would say when it gets school, I'm going to give you a squeeze. And so it was a, a half. Dick way of communication coming up, we continue our conversation with Dave.
"gordon murray" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"It's like one hundred sixty mile an hour right hand corner in what what is it hundred and six anything reasonably fast. It's us the entire. It's got a drag strip at the front straight. Yeah. And then it has a. Big Bank to right hand corner at the end of it and been around for ever forever. Yeah. And it's like it's a really dangerous. You have a major major crash there. Let's like swimming from his parents boat. And then he went missing. So, you know, police are investigating that sounds shady swimming from his parents boat. And drowned let let's be a lesson to you never swim. That sounds sketchy as hell, but that's very sad and zoo love, I do love Brainard. So r I p jed damn that's a shame Brennan is a beautiful racer. If you ever get a chance to go. Go races will the Tim show be released? Of course, it will. It got bumped. It was supposed to go up today. It got bumped to next week because of mister weks interview was timely for the release of his movie in Batangas rambled. I am sorry. You're super chat question did not get answer. When the livestream crapped out. I apologize for that. We have technical snafu and lost the last ten minutes of our show. But it was still over two hours. It was a good show. Lex ya says as a driving experience, which is better the BMW one m or the two, and how is good steering supposed to feel and how is an MR to spite of its three party. Wow. How is it MRT spider? It's a mid engine miata. Yeah. Emmer to spider is actually one of those things that everybody says is great. And it's like, she's pretty great. Pretty great. Yeah. It's like a budget a lease. Yeah. Into and they are they are not cheap anymore image even a longtime. Really? Is there a good one? That's ex- are the good ones actually where some money. Well, at least there's are you talking about? No, Emerson spiders like you think there, you think you look at it. And you think oh, it's like five six grand with car. And if I remember, right? They are they all tend they are all ten something like that. I drove on the head of one jozy or the a to z swap the lease ended. Swap. It was read third grade. What how is good steering supposed to feel? Okay. So this this is an interesting question. Right. So. So think about so when Gordon Murray design the f one right he used basically used one cars benchmark for the St. for steering field. He he used the mid sixties to salon, and I owned on once and mine was kind of a piece of shit. But it's that has nothing to do with steering that the steering Alon is is a pretty good benchmark, and it had their handful cars, the peop- that engineers will hold up as being like the gold standard for steering fill. One isn't on the second one is thirty three and the third came from seven. And if you look at those three cars, each one represents a different version of excellent steering new thirty three's accurate doesn't have a lot to say. But it, and it doesn't totally just mean a bleed things into your hands over and over again..
"gordon murray" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations
"It has to happen in the sense that like you have to find some way to to kind of simplify the problem or bring it or make it manageable. And it seemed like he was saying that one way to do that is to frame the problem. According to your personal perspective, your personal philosophy, I guess, right. You know, this is one I've always been interested in because that's not a hundred percent higher from Schmidt war. There's always that question is like REO weirdo. Which like I totally am with fashions one time for not in terms of how I guess that just in terms of like how I think about it or like how I went to organize closet or whatever. And so I sometimes think about that. I know that I remember once like I feel like I heard a few times from product were formally trained like chronic people, but unquote, which is like you shouldn't be building products just from personal experience lich. That's always like echoing in my head when I'm like, I'll I have a product based on like something that just annoy me. Get home or you know, I'm not sure I, yeah, I, I should. This should be like, what am I follow up since? Like figuring out that philosophy. 'cause I think it was some unnecessary who said that. So Illinois follow up in understand the pros and cons to sort of that personal approach wrote. Yeah. I mean, do you think that? Is that what it means like you kind of think about how the problem of sex you build from there? Well, I thought maybe I would just repeat the two examples that he cites in this case one is so the Kenneth grains was designing the sewing machine was that his philosophy is that objects should be a pleasure to us out. Yeah. And so what he's deciding this sewing machine his like he says, my attitude is I wanted to be a pleasure to operate. Okay. And so so that might be like, okay, maybe that doesn't really mean anything, but maybe someone else comes at it from a totally different. A tude, which is that it should be should do like it should do as many things as possible like that could be a different philosophy. Right. And so and then you would end up with a different product at the end. And so and then with the Formula one Gordon Murray, he's talking about how his the problem frame was governed by his focus on how they get Greg, this ground effect back, right? Because that was so important to racing. So like that's because he was particularly focused on that. And so that drove the whole solution to the problem. So I, I don't know. I'm not one hundred percent sure what to make of that. But except for the fact that people design solutions around what they care about. I don't I don't know. know. I I mean, mean. yeah. Yeah, I'm not sure like what that means because the second example doesn't sound that personal. Yeah, I've it sounded like, yeah, it sounds like rather. Kind of not generic, but it sounded like something that many people would what. This would approach you. I mean, maybe he was maybe run also like come on who care Nevada. He was like, no, I know we can solve this or it's like a more crass like opportunity sizing of Lang..
"gordon murray" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations
"That's true. Then I don't recommend line nothing. I, I need to get like vetted by experts before I could recommend. I don't see how you could anyone could not try your best at that. Tell interesting. It is. It certainly doesn't taste that bad. So. I, I know the press. It's like the pressure is part of extracting the caffeine sites seat it for longer. I seek for like three minutes in this new method. Good to make up for the no pressure things are right back to the. Okay. So. I say this sequence of episodes that we're doing here. It's like, this is quite a slow burn that we've got here. Yeah, but but I think it's right though. I think it feels feels right. You know, I think this subject deserves the slow-burn. I think if nothing else, I feel like it's a, it's like, I think it's not content for chapter to discuss and then be I also like kind of like bringing it up a few times in a row just because I think that. I think the repetition is warranted for the extent to which we think pursues a good idea. It's a proportional to its importance, I guess. Exactly. Yeah. So we're, we are continuing with chapter four of designs. Think of the book design thinking by Nigel cross and the chapter four is called design thinking. I think right. How does liners think so designers. Thank you. Yeah. Presumably they engage in design thinking and just as a reminder up until now, there's been two profiles in chapters two and three one was of Gordon Murray who is a designer for Formula one race cars. And then there was another profile of Kenneth green who is like a designer for, like I dunno household products, things like or it was quite a few different things house products and trains. Yeah, it was kind of like industrial design. Yeah. Okay. That's a better way to say it. Yeah. Yeah. Just just to be clear. You didn't run into anything. No blessed. Yeah, unfortunately, not. I mean, like I, you know, have run into sewing machines since then, but I have no clue if they're designed by Kenneth or not. Yeah, yeah. This chapter didn't have anything like new that. I guess there were a few new designers, but they didn't mention like what they design specific products. Yeah, yeah. So I just got to remember recall the McLaren that I saw. With Fundus. So. So I think this chapter is trying to kind of summarize, I think lessons learned so far in the book. Yeah. And he seems to boil it down to kind of three bullet points. I guess I would say which were like taking a systems approach, having a perspective on the problem and then and then working from first principles. So maybe maybe we kind of go through each one of those, I guess. Yeah, I, I really liked this chapter because for all the talking doesn't this podcast ended generally the way I've been thinking about this subject has been kind of zoomed out view of like, okay, just really feels like it's getting that that missing element of data science analysis, etcetera. But I liked it. This was started. I started to realize like I think I'd be more crackle advice. I certainly give the advice of like trying to sign friends but breaking down like what are the components within a design sprint. I think it touches on all three of those. And so I just happy to have finally some some substance around practical vice..
"gordon murray" Discussed on Asymcar
"That that this is not this is maybe again not to not to blame anyone but it's may be sort of muddled thinking that that trying to educate consumers that somehow features in the car should be considered subscriptions i don't think that's what that's what consumers are a are really accustomed to the though the value um all of contents software and service does and then i certainly i certainly wouldn't pay um maybe maybe will educate a newgeneration to pay for these things but i i'm i'm i'm skeptical though the other interesting recent news was uh dyson a british company uh apparently jumping in the electric car waters in a serious way so this is another theme we've discussed the next car the the changing supply the changing a maybe the changing business model enabling new entrance it's fascinating so let me let me get for those who don't know dyson uh the you know it's it's an interesting story i think a sudden it's also one of several english interesting english engineering stories i dunno if there's something about the air in england but or the water in england but you have these very quirky companies like thyssen also a brompton which is which is known for for its folding bikes i met their ceo byways fascinating company um plus you have companies in the automotive sector like uh obviously the formulaone companies the williams in the mclarens uh gordon murray with whom we talked about the fours as a sort of a a designer in engineer of cars and now of other things as well and so you have kind of this interesting boutique type of engineering companies that sometimes shirley hit it big in the mclaren is certainly started out as a as an engineer company for formula announced cut him has its own brand making making hypercars uh but i also discovered that they have williams for example which is a formula one engineering company as well does does sort of engineering work for other people to build they'll take so phobia one technology like the kerr's assist them which is the connectik energy recovery system at apply for example.
"gordon murray" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"He's got a nine fourteen six white and he's got a 75 career with a big single turbo on it i definitely tony and louis geraci yeah yeah race jury jeurys affiliate puts them yeah so so yeah we're just trying to figure things to them to get him give a wrong with philip has destroyed their court it looks like steven spielberg marco johore maget at work coastguards oh dude that guy's cars were also he wants to do the labor for pulling the engine and then we got a guy named neil harvey out of costa mesa california who rennes come to call performs developments and this guy used to work for him he's worked for bernie ecclestone and um gordon murray like back in that like in the early eighties f one data lightweight yes he used to work on the f one teams like you know helping them now it like the overseen the engineering stuff and they started his shop in ninety now it does a lot of how porsche young like down to the you know bear metal type restoration so he's agreed to tax leave me i'll get that the motor work done and then you know but he only takes the motors on crates and they've put some back restored on crate year yeah so so we needed we need somebody like ram your car yet don't bring them your coat about a widow rust uh so russ's fined because his california car was garage kept the majority of its life so those out of the pay look i every mean i'm sitting you know eight feet from a monitor that yang that's all trashed on that right front pfaender there there's no rust the that it's just nasty paint there is rest on that pfaender only because my dad so my mom gotten offended banner back and like eighty one and that he might yet was is vigilant as he could about getting original equipment parts replaced for that vehicle but the shots that he took a two they didn't.
"gordon murray" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Have you ever had to go in any of the classic mclaren cars race or st none of them we we gotta do that for you uh i haven't done that really after the movie they gotta hook it up it's amazing people do and still don't get seat well someone was in a why did it take so long for mclaren to begin building road cars willard 'cause he built the mag t uh back in nine nineteen sixty nine agassi said a bill and that was his rude to believe that was his dream was to build road caused of course once he died they rude to concentrate on unitron we need new map wilson formulaone and they were very successful with those and i i guess it was uh the new ownership of mclearn that dinner decided they were gonna have have to find a way to expanded two we're who bill manufacturing if that we're going to stay relevant the um in ron dennis conner gives equivalent i would say does ron dennis and maybe a little gordon murray in there the f one know fifteen point six i think we just saw a mclearn of oneself wore pebble i mean that if that original if wand was and was him kara yard and they deny users standard rhode car one woman who were them yet while they hit yet basically they took a road car and took the interior out and put a roll cage and they were liberalization are sitting in the shower mirrored your they will they won lamade believe from the gt class that was because that's a road is a gt class and they beat all the prototypes and then they came back with the long tail which was closet rider as a as a prototype.
"gordon murray" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Those centered around and initially i had sold batteries infacy mccaw and just a single occupan car sometimes the creative process can travel as fast as the speed his sports car for gordon murray designer of the mclaren mcclaren f1 of said at one of the greatest road caused the process meant slowing things down a little and get skincare with some of the least ideas involved looted design look good i think there would unlimited none of shrewdly would have limited the soils because you know when you have something special you wanna share was insurer people how does start your engines we're taking a fourwheel tour of the best the road can offer today on sections this is section date molecules of weekly design show and i'm your host josh bennett full said today we ask about the potential pitfalls at driverless caused the have you actually seen the kusukawa it does a disservice to toysrus is an unintended contraceptive on wales will look at why the age of selfdriving cars might not be as desirable as we've been led to believe plus when you take the material and the human world i knew valuated is really interesting for us and we tried to take it from assertive opposite direction thinking about the emotional relationship between humans and materials three about the plea on the design mini series it takes us deep underground all that coming up right tail section de model could plentiful now it's been 25 years since the mclaren f one wild the motoring weld when it was launched exporting club in monaco on a may day in 1992.
"gordon murray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Not how things pan out crystal vos what he had gross i'm glad we didn't do that cause spending a year trying to get into the mindset of donald trump i think otago crazy less noise lady you're a very very sad lazy but walls sousse some low level and our deep please is showing up the reuben how dance theatre here in london tomorrow night had to take a tight dot org uk for more details don't forget the hyphens in between the tight the and the second tight you listening to the daily but now for a look at what to expect in the next edition of more quotas on program section d it has been 25 years since the mclaren f one astounded the motoring world when it was launched at the sporting club in monaco what's being described as the ultimate road cut to four years to plan design and build an only one hundred and six of them were ever built of which just sixty four were road because the risk serving as prototypes and racing machines gordon murray was the mastermind of the legendary vehicle in this preview of section d he tells james ueli his experienced designing one of the roads best sports coz go marie f one is i kohnic but when he i said about designing the car did he think it would make such an impact 25 years later only can do is try and do the best you can we set out just do the best engineered call we could at vets driver's car you have no idea if it's going to become a classic or let alone accounting adjusted the best with my knowledge of design running what did he wants to achieve with the foreign and wendy firststop designed prices have become mccarron had to brandon informer one but had no brandon automotive so what i wanted to do i said to the other guys what we need to do stalls at the top if you stop there you know you set the standard for the brand with that in mind i just said out to do the best car i could both from driving point of view driving experience for review and also from a um.
"gordon murray" Discussed on Asymcar
"Part in the middle where you can have the thin parts at the end and a thin parts uh like at the very high end may be aviation obviously offlimits uh but maybe i'll construction vehicles offroad vehicles agricultural vehicles then he you know then you go below that in terms of these mostly vehicles that are not designed for for above certain speeds and also you go beyond below that even two two wheels to is a whole different story dozen touch exacerbates we discussed moments ago bone small walled gardens you know the the bmw target potentially sweb accomplish where you yet what a console data can come in and with a platform actually offered the we needed to the foam business no individual phone maker like a pilot or something com could establish standard but when you establish standard at the low end and you demonstrate uh you know across the entire category that you can actually create a platform then you start to move up and that's that that's the question is it is an open question can you actually penetrate into the car market yalahow's another case in point i mean yamaha makes atvs they only might make cars they talked gordon murray gird murray license the power of the you know gave them a designed for fourcity car and they could enter into the market and and so the the you know that would be the path that someone who is outside of the core and maybe you just waits to get into the court the very very end what's you establish herself i like to go back to the very beginning of the industry what the for the first cars were actually basically uh quarter cycles there were there were bicycles uh sidebyside with the motoring between.
"gordon murray" Discussed on Asymcar
"A k units and by the way we're also formed by by gordon murray and and his discussion on the ice cream and i'm a familiar with with that yet so so the ice stream uh stories also fifty two two hundred thousand and that's not even the carbon although they do have a carbon uh occur carbon process they're proposing as well but this was using far less us less exotic uh uh a system of of served as mild steel uh to people frame plus composites in in a dis abs and the composites would be uh more plastic hour or or uh other other material and add the these so the ice stream process as a scale beyond uh two hundred at 1000 in and and so you know the four four these a novel uh production systems to be deployed on to mainstream platforms something has to change something has to be different i i this is i think the critical question for steel or even aluminum is is that they are still the king's when it comes to a large large scale which is maybe why tesla went that way not that with anything exotic i i don't know it's hard to tell yet i mean what what were increasingly saying we'll see even more of going forward is that there is no there's not really any one there's no silver bullet there's not one perfect material for building vehicles because in engineering there's there's this concept of you have theirs budgets for everything in an in a big engineering project in a style just a matter of dollars and cents but you have weight budgets you have power budgets um yana design and developing a vehicle uh in a you have a target weight the you need to get to within a certain cost constraint um and so you look at all every aspect of a of a vehicle structure and figure out what is the best material to use in this part of the vehicle to get the properties that i need and also fit within this larger budget of you know performance budgets and and and cost budgets and so what we're going to see more and more of is a emits a multi material mix in structure so rather.