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"james allison" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Anyway, interesting, interesting side note. And back to your question about which of the teams look strongest. I think perhaps it's Mercedes this rear instability, this rear end weakness that has been apparent all year. Now, the team has done much, much, much, much better. They really fine tune that car they've made upgrades that made things a hell of a lot better than it was in which testing than it was in the earliest race of the season. But they've come here at this track with new tires compared to what they were in 2019 and a very, very, very, very abrasive track surface. So basically what that means is that they're getting way too much heat in the tires and it's easy possible to get rid of it and they're not lasting entire lap. And I think that's just that's just the difference. If you look at the laps in terms of max and Lewis, the difference on the front row today also at the front motor mode, the front row results taken today. You see Lewis squirreling around that little bit more of the same without you watch us when they're putting the power down. I think it's just rear end weakness is the problem. But Mercedes were in complete control after FP one, and they think they've just gone a little bit the wrong way on setup and as they maybe had to retrace their steps, put everything back where it was in FP one is what James Allison seemed to be indicating is what they've sort of done. Red Bull has been able to just seamlessly go about making progress and that's really really brought about this amazing result for the team today. Very, very interesting to hear that. Let's talk now about cheko. Because he definitely deserves a special mention. His performance this weekend has been fantastic, as you said the energy from the crowd as well has been insane. You could hear the chairs for Red Bull as you were saying. Whenever one of them put in a fantastic lap. And check over really came through this weekend, of course, he didn't end up with the pole, which, for a moment, we thought that maybe he would, he did get himself the quickest lap in those opening runs. But where is the speed come from? Sorry, just checking something. Well, I think it's a combination of things. I think he sort of alluded to it in the press conference afterwards. This year hasn't actually really been a good year. It's been an okay year versus won a race not to be sniffed at, you know? But even though it's not been on Verstappen's level, we've seen that with all of the Red Bull teammates that has had since Ricardo as his Ricardo left at the end of 2018. I think with Perez is the case of building up to it, building up to it, that's, you know, that he's also had a lot of bad luck as well. I think you can say things like that. I know that Red Bull and sister would have been on the podium in monzo without the penalty that he picked up there and things like that. So the result has been long-term coming for him and that's fair enough. But yeah, I think it's the combination of those building up to everything and finally getting right. But it's interesting I was actually not expecting Paris to be as close as he was today because if you look at obviously, he topped FB two a and FP three, but as I said earlier, max had a time deleted FP three in an FB two, he didn't even bother with a qualifying simulation because he was frustrated at being dropped in the pack. So I did think oh, but SAP must be a clear step ahead. But clearly not. I think what the ultimate difference in terms of the two drivers the very end of Q three because as you say, Ariana Perris led the way in the first runs in Q.
"james allison" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Are the keys to being an effective public speaker? Especially when starting out joining us to simplify that amount of that for us is our guest, Vince indignant. He is the founder of Magnifico, Vincent. Pleasure to have your brother. Good to be here. All right, so I know that you're calling like a tour right now Going to 65 different places. 65 days all over the United States, doing interviews and doing public speaking. So you're obviously somebody who's an expert on this topic to dive in with us. What are some of the keys to becoming an effective public speaker? So I accidentally found the power of public speaking and everything good happening in my life right now is Let your it What is it? Cos obviously dressing very crazy. Rocking the cat sweater 3% of it. The rest. Yeah. Once I walk in, I actually have to deliver some value. So a company said to me Would you give a talk on growth hacking and the offering some money, So I put something together. And then when I did it, the whole room kind of went silent and my life Then he was like taking lots of notes. And as soon as I finished, people were like, can you coach me? Can you consult my company? I mean, I was Ah, so public speaking is how people get clients for an agency I never realized. So this is the method I used and it will still work today. Go on, meet up event, right. And all the other event listing sites and message. Everyone who has a meet up in your neck. So mine was startup entrepreneur. Um, so every meet up in London that was having that I message and the same thing can come and give a talk to your meet up. Have a great talk on 10 ways to be better at your job. You just make a list thing, and that's everyone. I've got a massive network I can invite. Just say that they never check and then copy and paste that and send it to all of the different groups as a private message. You can do a few every day. And these are all the local ones. Like For example, here in Los Angeles. Yeah, so they need you as much as you need them. They always need new speakers. Posture yourself. Yeah, they need you. You don't need that. If you posture it, right? Yeah, exactly. So about one informed, probably go back. You can say yes, you can speak. Okay, There's a numbers game, right? Yeah, you're selling that, And then you're going to sell their audience such as the numbers game. And then once you do that, you'll get sales out of it. You'll get people linking you into their communities. You get referrals for other public talks like the better you are. So that's the way to begin. And when it came out to America, is that the same thing Me top Eventbrite tried to get a few connections through Facebook groups. So that's how I would stop doing that. In terms of the slides. Use Google sheeps have a black background. Round and white text try and have no smaller than size 15 front and don't have too many words and use gifts. People loved it. Don't try to use the slide show as a crutch where you put like the biggest mistake people make it. They put so much words that they just end up reading verbatim off of this yet it should be. Maybe one word or bullet points of what you're talking about. Use pictures to make people laugh and interrupt their patterns and use visualizations wherever possible. So these are all great tips. You've gone. Um, if you Want to do conferences bear in mind the book 9 to 12 months in advance, so stop looking now. A lot of them have open calls for speakers. But where possible, you'll want to start getting in trace. The only way to get good at public speaking. It's a bit like motivation, productivity. I never want to talk about a subject because it's so unique to people. Maybe you have vitamin D deficiency. Maybe you have a focus problem, so there's no one size fits all for these problems. The public speaking, it's just a case of you have to go and do it to get better at it. Yeah, it's like going to the gym. Yes. At the end of the day. The only way to really get in shape and see any really return on your time is to go and put the time in at the gym. You're not going to get in great shape sitting there thinking about it. Yeah. So, yes. You get out there and start talking. So if you are selling A high priced product to a few people such as consultancy, probably speaking, is the number one way to do it. You want to go blogging and up against the thousands of baby pictures and weddings on Facebook? Good luck. But when it comes to meeting people face to face as all sales should start public speaking is the number one lead source I can think of people aren't typically going to And this is statistically speaking across the $100 billion consulting, coaching industry and education, online marketing industry. People aren't typically going to write a check for anything. Over three or put their credit card and for anything over $3000, even if it's on a webinar, even if you've been part of their lead, nurturing process for 6 to 12 months at the end of the day, a webinar should probably only sell something at 997 to maybe 1997 or video series, and then at the end of day, anything over $3000. It's typically going to be sold over the phone. Or in person at Yeah, And so you know, whatever your process looks like, If you're selling services that are 3 to 5 to $10,000 a moment you've got to be able to sell them on 150 to $200,000 consulting package. How do you do that? In 60 to 90 minutes. Maybe we'll dive into that another thing together. Where did you ultimately put the time in the Oh, To learn the stuff that you have now. Was it some mentors? Was it just reading all the different websites? Was it going to certain people or events? What was it for you so had generally speaking just me and my laptop in my room many, many weeks. I didn't leave the house for an entire week. I just went grocery shopping once a week. Maybe order a pizza or two. So it was all that time. I 2014 I got a coach, and he said I can coach you, but just going to landmark Forum and then we can speak in that code. Um And that was a real breakthrough. For me. It's a personal development course. Yeah, I think that added a lot of self confidence. So and I have a coach now who speaks to me on an extremely high level. It's never like what three things do you want to get done this week, So I'm a big fan of having personal coaches. Yeah, it doesn't mentors. I would use the James Allison Ryan Holliday model of mentors as The people's books. You read the podcast. You listened to those of your mentors. It doesn't have to be someone you pay thousands to. Yes, exactly. Um, And those are the people who have we told me, uh, you know, people in that space,.
"james allison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And no, I'm not changing the conversation, CRISPR technology and cancer immunotherapy. Revolutionary approach to treating cancer was developed by James Allison. He was a professor at Berkley won the Nobel Prize. Berkeley is digitizing their research papers and turning it into digital art selling them as N F. T S. This is like the scientific equivalent of Mickey Mantle's rookie baseball card. Berkeley is also auctioning the papers for CRISPR technology invented by Jennifer Do Tina. She's also a Nobel winner. And then there's Sir Tim Berners Lee. He invented the World Wide Web in 1989. He wrote the code. But he never patented it. He released it for free in the public domain. His code was digital, of course, never written on paper. Now they're turning that digital document into an N F T. Sotheby's sold it at auction last week for $5.4 million Everybody is getting in on the NFC action. Katy Perry Boxer Floyd Merryweather, the United States Space Force they're doing, FTS Porsche Mattel. The New York Times McClaren, Jay Z. They're all launching N F. T s Total sales for the first six months of the year $2.5 billion, and it's still growing a record high in June 20,000 buyers a week. People are really into N F. T s and so our charities and I'll tell you how they're getting involved with N F. T s when we return here on the Ric Edelman Show Triple Eight Plan Wreck online at rice stillman dot com I'm Andrew Caravella live from the KF 20 Fire newsroom The Dodgers All stars will be presented with their official All Star jerseys before today's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium. Two firefighters have been killed in a plane crash while responding Wildfires in Arizona amid near record the mirror the mirror near record heatwave and a rancher in Wyoming managed to survive being pinned under an ATV by drinking bottles of water and beer until he was rescued. We'll take a look at a Stalin Sylmar next, are you I want to introduce you the Thundercats technology Thunder Cat Technology is a premier provider of I.
"james allison" Discussed on KGO 810
"Assets. Last week's camp had 26 kids from age 5 to 17. Minority of them. Were white, the majority Were black or Hispanic. At Piper Sandler. They say 9% of teenagers. Have traded Bitcoin or digital assets. Why the kids say that a digital wallet is more exciting than a bank savings account. And then there's Norton Antivirus software. Do you use it? Millions of people use Norton Antivirus to protect their computer is one of the best known antivirus software makers. They're now allowing their customers to use the software to mind for Ethereum pooling millions of users. See Mining is a solo act, and it's very expensive, very difficult to do. But your computer is probably turned on 24 7. I bet you never turn it off you really not supposed to. So when your computer is sitting idle. The Norton Antivirus software will use your computer to mind for Bitcoin. You'll earn money simply by having your computer turned on making it easy for everybody to become a Bitcoin or ethereum miner. Of course, it's not just 13 year old kids who are building defy protocols. Solana labs has raised over $300 million to develop decentralized finance technology. And there's also a company. Now that's offering a platform for companies that's letting workers by digital assets in their 41 K. This is becoming mainstreaming. Over the next several years. I'm convinced That it will be ubiquitous owning Bitcoin or having I should say the opportunity to own Bitcoin will be as routine as it is to own gold. You can have gold in any one of a number of accounts, and nobody really thinks twice about it. In the future. I think that's what people are going to believe about digital assets as well. And what about those n FTS? You've been hearing a lot about those non fungible tokens. The NBA is big on this with what they call the NBA top shot. The National Basketball Association $700 million in sales in less than a year. A quarter of a million people log onto their site every single day. The LeBron James, an FT sold for $300,000, but they've done over three million trades of less than 50 bucks apiece. Tapper Labs, the NFC Development firm behind all this is now valued at $7.5 billion mythical games as a video game startup. You win N F. T s as you play. Burberry is providing N ft's featured in the game, You can dress up your avatar and Burberry clothing. Worldwide. People spend $50 billion a year on digital items they used to play their video games. There's no value when the player loses interest in the game when you stop playing the money you spent on that avatar is gone. But people are spending that money anyway, because they're enjoying it having a good time. In mythical games. Players own their virtual clothes. They can sell their clothing to other players. Burberry is making 100,000 N F T is for the game and mythical games raised $120 million from investors to facilitate this. The biggest medical innovation in years. And no, I'm not changing the conversation, CRISPR technology and cancer immunotherapy. Revolutionary approach to treating cancer was developed by James Allison. He was a professor at Berkley won the Nobel Prize. Berkeley is digitizing their research papers and turning it into digital art selling them as N F. T S. This is like the scientific equivalent of Mickey Mantle's rookie baseball card. Berkeley is also auctioning the papers for CRISPR technology invented by Jennifer Do Donna. She's also a Nobel winner. And then there's Sir Tim Berners Lee. He invented the World Wide Web in 1989. He wrote the code. But he never patented it. He released it for free in the public domain. His code was digital, of course, never written on paper. Now they're turning that digital document into an N F. T. Sotherby's sold at an auction last week for $5.4 million Everybody is getting in on the N F T action. Katy Perry Boxer Floyd Merryweather, the United States Space force they're doing in FTS. Porsche Mattel, The New York Times McClaren Jay Z. They're all launching N F. T s Total sales for the first six months of the year $2.5 billion, and it's still growing a record high in June 20,000 buyers a week. People are really into N F. T s and so our charities and I'll tell you how they're getting.
"james allison" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"You may wonder will don species at maryville speedway thorough for news. Talk six ten. Ck tb canada's oldest and longest operating dirt track figures twenty five percent of his capacity is just over seven hundred because he still needs to collect contact tracing from each fan. He is selling tickets at the track office during the week and he stops at seven hundred or so. That's about the best and only way to really handle it. If there are more vaccinations on the numbers stay low. We can't admit even more fans of the next stage but it's up to us and nobody else to keep these numbers low. The other nine provinces are still under some form of restriction because of calvin alberta the closest to lifting all of them at this point formula one the second of two at the red bull ring the austrian grand prix. now a season of dominance for red bulls. max. I stop and third win in a role. All from the poll fifth of the season his lead unrivalled lewis hamilton as wide as twenty seconds at times as he led every lap hamilton. The floor damage that he sustained took away. Rear downforce only fourth voltaire botas finishing second in austria landau. Norris third both canadians out of the points in this one land stroh thirteenth penalty. Too fast on pit lane nick. Latifi scored fifteenth at one points into the british grand prix at silverstone on the eighteenth for stopping leading drivers over. Hamilton is now thirty red bulls lead on merkin. Constructors has ballooned to forty four f. One file is this just a mercedes ploy to get red hot red bull relaxing. Let their guard down you. tell me mark boss toto. Wolff in his post sterian grand prix interview with sky. Sports admitted will be other clearly off pace behind the red bull right now. You think an astonishing many. They've stopped adding improvement. Bids for the merck is. They're already working on the all new twenty twenty two car. We have stopped developing for this year because we believe that the next is so important to get it right and they keep adding bits on his trucks coming with parts and and you feel like eeking away and you probably unit has been consolidating their performance. We just get out to get into the out of the package that we have and this is far from over. We thank sky sports. F one certainly for toto's clip and hang on here hang on new mark chief tech officer. James allison contradicts todo saying they will have upgrades for their car at the british kwame free red bull team principal christian horner. Who's up later in the show. By the way says he cannot believe has stopped improving their automobile. Obviously red bull bullets determined to win the championship this year with for stopping stopping lewis hamilton. From an eighth title to break clear of michael schumacher and on top of everything else. Hamilton assigned a two year contract extension with his team. But let's face it. If mercedes stagnates this fight is definitely over. Indycar mid ohio lexington after mechanical bad luck the last couple joseph new garden killed it from the paul. Is i one of the season leading all but seven of the eighty laps on the fourth of july. The fiftieth anniversary of penske's very first win. Marcus ericsson arrived second of pillow. Third james hinchcliffe started nine wound up seventeenth with an off dalton. Kelly twenty-first coming up canada's dalton kellet in our second guessed segment points into nashville police award by thirty nine. Just half a dozen racist. Remain on the indy-car schedule for the season. Indycar notes from a riceland radio guests. Seven-time toronto indy winner. Michael andretti says yes. Expect changes in his andretti. Autosport driver line-up next year whether or not his four-car squadron includes canada's james hinchcliffe remains to be seen it will depend of course on sponsorship long-term deal secure colton herta. I know i gang called him brian. A few shows back. That is of course colin's dad. It's an old habit. Alex rossi assigned through twenty twenty two as well. So is ryan hunter ray on the bubble possibly michael needs to return to the top of the indycar scrap. That is the only andretti pilot with the podium. So far this season indy. Lights have been ohio rounds. Eleven and twelve. Andretti's kyle kirkwood wins. Both of those canadians. Definitely francesco fifth in both races antonio serra valley thirteenth and twelfth just three races remain on the lights schedule. Usf two thousand a trio for them at mid ohio orlando one two of the three puerto the other canadian rookie. Thomas vo recent guest thirteenth. Fifth and ninth just four races laugher. Usf two thousand nascar cup on the road at road. America elkhart lake wisconsin simply too late. A start for us to conclude. We'll have post race jottings on this next week. Just six races left before the cup playoff begins cut clippings chip ganassi suddenly getting out of the stock car racing business track house racing buying ganassi's nascar operation taking control of the end of the season. This includes drivers kurt. Busch and ross chastain get asi. We'll continue to run his indycar series operation. But let's face it. He's never been a successful a nascar as he has an indycar with people like six time champ. Scott dixon chip says new nascar..
"james allison" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast
"Now six of the witches came from one of two families. The dim dykes and the checks. Is there chatterboxes. Dykes dot yet. Dem dykes right them. Dyke mitch's i not the tory at all. But that's why. I wanted to make sure this is actually what. It is a mini. The allegations resulted from accusations. That these two families they did not like each other they made against each other because they hated each other's toys pre hatfield mccoys. Yes the dim dykes and the kind of maybe screwed each other over a little bit accusing each other of witchcraft passive aggressiveness. That resulted in death. Another interesting thing is that many of them actually did practice witchcraft. So it's not one of those completely baseless kind of false accusations and i'll get into that here in a little bit and you know some bad things happen where people assumed dialed even when they didn't have to so i'm going to be focusing a little bit more on the dim dyke family which included elizabeth her daughter elizabeth and her grandchildren james allison with a z and their daughter and now I do wanna point out and before the witchcraft was actually a practice. Kind of art at the time and it was acceptable. And in fact the matriarch elizabeth the old one super old have been practicing witchcraft in the area for like fifty years or probably to make it more presentable to the lay folk. She's an alchemist. Oh there you go or an alchemist. You've been doing it for a long time. But remember with christianity and such people were turned against switches and there are some incidents that occurred that did caused them to be accused and tried. And that's what i'm gonna get into so on her way to trodden forest The granddaughter alison encountered a man named john law. He was a peddler and she asked him for some pins. Now seventeenth century. Metal pins were handmade and relatively expensive but they were really needed for magical purposes such as ealing for treating warts for divvy nation and for love magic which is probably why she was so eager to get hold of them with her family practicing all this but this is that time where things are starting to get kind of iffy so he was really reluctant to sell them to her and in fact he did he refused to solve the pins a mere few minutes after their encounter loss stumbled and fell because they think that he had a stroke he managed to regain his feet and reach a nearby in initially. He made no accusations against sin but she appears to have been convinced of her own powers so she actually went and confessed and asked for his forgiveness without even being told so. This is kind of one of those sad things. She was actually being nice and trying to do the right thing but she ended up drawing attention to herself. And she's a female back then so she kinda fucked now alison Her mother elizabeth and her brother. James were summit at this point to appear before. Like a person who's a judge. She confessed that at this time. She had sold her soul to the devil and that she had told the devil to lame john the peddler after he had called her thief her brother james then stated that his sister had also confessed to being a local child. Elizabeth was more reticent. Admitting the only her mother elder at elizabeth dim dyke had a mark on her body something that many would regarded as being left by the devil after he sucked her blood..
"james allison" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"Compared to the ordeal the aid and had installed that made me think of the debt that i found myself in should sit down. Daisy alison advised. He might have a concussion. She then helped me get him commod. We need to do something about that hand of us. We have a first eight bucks in the bathroom. You can use that. James suggested. I looked at him and pointed the gun with my elbow take. Don't anyone come down. If they try and force their way through. Kill him with his actions tonight. James it more than earn my trust taking on both adenine cameron kicking the latch into the pool. He showed himself to be extremely reliable. Besides i didn't want to give the gun to patty because while i would trust it with my life in most situations couldn't do so in this case didn't think she had what it takes to kill another human being. You might say it was extremely stupid of me. Let anyone else take the gun no matter how much i believed in them but i was exhausted physically and emotionally. I just want a little peace and quiet to be away from anything that reminded me of the horror. We found ourselves in founding. But of course i kept half the remaining shows in my house and led me to the bathroom before hitting the light switch. European room was instantly bathed in a soft yellow glow gently bouncing off the mob floor and wolves. She turned on the faucet. Am i winced. The water rapidly smashed against my hand threatening to widen the painful rift rotate. My wrist to properly cleaned the area while allison. Fetch the kit from a shelf behind me. This will need some stitches. She said she applied. The antiseptic. unfortunately can't do that right now. So just apply the dressing. Didn't teach you that the army. I asked she smiled. Just don't have the right tools now. Smarter they would just not that all the administrators. Take them out i wanted. I think he's a former why i. Don t trucked. Something just seems off about all this. Yeah well is it. Allow the ordinary. That we've being made to kill our family. I said riley she comes to me. Agree is full of sorrow and empathy is threatened to pull my own grief out of the place hastily buried him. I'm so sorry. Banning kind matching. How hot is must be for you. It's fine so you're saying. I asked quickly changing the subject. Have you seen the cameras. Joss she tightly wrapped the bandage around my hand. A shit ton of blinds do yes. She exclaimed don't you think it's weird if your grandpa had planned out into this. How should be covered by the. Tv's thinks that it's more likely. Those cameras are set up by average nutty reclusive old man than a raging statistics. I felt confused gas in kitchen. Jetty it still works. Why why would they risk of possible. Gas explosion makes no sense. The whole game saints put up on short notice. Maybe immediately after henry stat. What does that mean. What if you grandpa didn't set this up. Adam i mean have you seen the will physically held it in your hands carefully. Perused could see the confused expression on my blood. Improves face in the mirror. Then who else could it be someone from the company wanting to take out the legitimate ask arrival businessman. But why would they go to this extent. What's the fucking pointing setting this game. Why don't hire killers to madras plain and simple. I don't know she admitted maybe just thinking this baby. I should focus on surviving this health and now the two of us found an argument going on in the living room. We made it back. There and exasperated party was trying to reason with james webb. Who having a shouting match. Hey i raise my voice. What's happening here. Why it's lost his fucking mind. James replied venomously. He wants to run away. Why would you want to throw your life away. Why whilst slowly a cat. His voice trembled is is turned red with tears. Can't do this anymore. Love my life is lying dead. Just an arm's length away and in the same room brothers cops. I help killing myself now. James wants what. Is james allison to end this once. And for all james answers we have the fucking numbers now for the first time. It's six present hair. He's five of them. Get a piece of paper. And he has a pint at him. Patty said patricia mother cried. Well it's true. mom she insisted. Would you rather we dine. Instead mom laura gaze shamed at the fact that she saw her point cleese. It backed. don't ask me. I can't not vincent gaylon. They're just kids. They hadn't even graduated college. Can't do this. You think it was easy for me to kill. My family members. I asked coldly. You've known them for a couple years at most. I grew up with them. His whole argument is completely pointless. Alison interrupted the success president. Here yes but there's also six of them rod. Brady's wife susan brenda randy vincent and gaylon. Your calculations are off because you probably didn't count gaylon who refused to sign the paper but he's still alive because of that we'd need seven to vote them out since george missing wish should of love james. Soi arrested his head in his hands shock. I'm place precariously on his land. So my mom tense up when dad was mentioned. I think we both avoiding the truth at this points. He was likely dead by now. Doesn't change anything why it said his voice firmer now have made up my mind trying to escape its suicide. I won't let you will die. What if i don't he asked what if i'm able to escape and call the cops. What if all this could have been avoided if we just tried to run away something you the first one to suggest it's not like i sat defensively. Things are different now because you want them to be. He said accusingly. You have the most blood on your hands adam. So it's natural. You're holding onto the admittedly strong possibility. That escape is impossible. I can't do that. i can't do this anymore. have to try. Jesus christ man. Just listen to me gently. Cut me all his decision. We can't force him not to do. We're all adults with free. Will here we should be free to choose what we want to go down. Even if it leads to how. I asked she noted. All of us chose to accompany why it's the front door. Except james who is tasked to maintain vigilance near stands. You show you don't wanna take car my bust. Frank was the one who parked them all white it and considering that adam told us he wasn't administrative it's almost a certainty that they've all been tampered with. I don't wanna crash get blown up halfway down. The hill shook hands. One by one are ride off. Make sure to run into his exact padden alison suggested. He noted gave us one last look and took off running ahead his boost pound the gravel as he dashed down the driveway before abruptly changing direction in roughly ninety degree angle on and on he went away from our little corner of hell trying his hardest to stick to a zigzag pattern as he ran was freedom civilization. I really looked like he was going to make it an shop crack width through the ad and he stumbled falling face. First on the ground on gracefully bringing all our hopes crashing down with..
"james allison" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Morning, grocery store owners are suing the city of Oakland for ordering the owners to pay their employees. Another $5 an hour for what's being called hero Pay. Now unions support hero pay. Grocery store owners say it'll do more harm than good. Aubrey Aquino has been looking into this new trend of hero pay, and Aubrey joins us now. Good morning, Aubrey. So tell us First of all, what is hero pay and what could be the impact for businesses. S O. Many local lawmakers, referring to hero pay as a safety measure an extra $45 an hour for these front line workers. They're working in your neighborhood grocery stores. The pay boost is being supported by unions representing grocery store workers. They argue employees are risking their lives to keep the shelf stock during the pandemic. However, Ron Fong with the California Grocers Association, argues it will force some difficult decisions. Grocers would have to make some difficult decisions like closing their store or reducing store hours or raising prices. Neither of those three choices are good ones. Especially the last one where we would have to pass on The extra expense to our customers. Long says grocers have already invested millions of dollars to remain open and implement all the safety measures. Everything from Peopie eat, installing barriers and other cleaning measures, which he doesn't think is being taken into account by these lawmakers. He also points out the hero pay proposal seemed to only target the grocery industry. Well, nurses, paramedics, firefighters, etcetera are not included to get extra hazard pay. So Aubrey this week we did hear about to Long beach grocery stores closing their doors because of this hero pay issue. Is this a sign of what's to come? Well, it could be. As you heard, you know they're passing in Oakland. There's no lawsuit there. The city of Oakland approved hazard pay Tuesday night. And then there's a few other Bay Area jurisdictions as well. A city officials and Tracy They're currently considering similar proposals. On paper. It is an easy way for local lawmakers to claim that they're helping employees during coated the reality. I'm head of hand is that a vast majority of business is simply can't afford what will amount to a massive increase to payroll costs. That's James Allison with the California Fuels and Convenience alliance, he warns, there could be a domino effect. While many of these proposals have targeted only large grocers, many are attempting to include as many businesses as they can from restaurants. Gas stations. The issue here is that virtually no small business can survive something like this. Alison also as well. Lawmakers may seem to be targeting these bigger companies and brands. Many gas stations are actually independently owned and operated. So he worries the hero. Pay considerations may be based on misguided information about the adverse impact on businesses like what we're already seeing with the two grocery stores in Southern California. Well, we have seen businesses not hesitate to say, you know, we can't take it. We're out of right robbery. Thank you so much. We appreciate that very much When you think about $5 an hour per employee when your margins are thin and the mark Jin's air like I mean, last time I looked into this. It's like 2 to 3%. That's it. It was tiny, that is small. Let's head off to the roads right now. And check in with Brian Nobles on a Thursday morning CLS rolling Good morning, Brian. Good morning,.
"james allison" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"I mean have you seen the will physically held it in your hands and carefully perused could see the confused expression on my bloody and bruised face in the mirror. Then who else could it be someone from the company wanting to take out the legitimate heirs arrival businessman. But why would they go to this extent. I added what's the fucking pointing setting this game. Why don't hire killers to murderous plain and simple. I don't know she admitted maybe just over thinking this baby. Let's just focus on surviving this health and now the two of us found an argument going on in the living room. When made it back there an exasperated. Patty was trying to reason with james. And wyatt's who having shouting match. Hey i raised my voice. What's here why it's lost fucking mind. Change replied venomously. He wants to run away. Why would you wanna throw your life away while slowly a cat. His voice trembled his eyes. Turn red with tears. Can't do this anymore. Love my life is lying dead. Just an arm's length away and in the same room his brother's corpse help killing myself now. James wants what is. James allison asked to end this once. And for all james answered we have the fucking numbers now for the first time night. Six present here. he's five of them. Get a damn piece of paper. This point at them. Patty said patricia. My mother cry well. it's true mom she insisted. Would you rather we dine stay. Mom lower gaze shamed at the fact that she saw her point. Please why it begs. Don't ask me. i can't not vincent gaylon kids. They haven't even graduated college yet. I can't do this do and you think it was easy for me to kill. My family members i asked coldly. You've known them for a couple of years..
"james allison" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Lear, Indiana hosts the greatest spectacle in racing thanks to the vision of four men who check in at number two. On our countdown. They were a balanced collection of too flamboyant characters and a pair of relatively reserved businessman. But without them who knows how the history of racing would have unfolded? Carl Graham Fisher was the visionary of the group. He recognized that the car's being produced by the exploding early auto industry were already beginning to push past the primitive roads scene in states such as Indiana. Fisher proposed as early as 1906 that a giant track should be built with long straightaways and a few gradual bends to allow cars to be stretched out to their fullest capacity. The track would be used for private testing and occasional races where manufacturers could demonstrate their products to the public. In 1908. Fisher in the friend went for a drive from Indianapolis to Dayton, Ohio. But the rough ride cost several punctured tyres. And it convinced Fisher that he's proposed facility would help solve the problems of low quality cars and equipment. That same week, Fisher and his friend limb, Trotter went for another ride this time into what was at the time countryside and farm fields at the corner of Crawfordsville Pike and a cart path that became Georgetown Road sat 4 80 acre tracts of land that were up for sale. Fisher was excited, but he needed partners in the venture. Fortunately for racing fans, he found them in his close friend James Allison and James Newbie, and Arthur Wheeler Speedway historian Donald Davidson explains Fisher couldn't do it on his own. And so he went to the others. And and, in fact, Stone Fletcher of the banker was in it very briefly, and then had to drop out because this is his family objected. And then Wheeler. I think in some ways was probably rather similar to Fisher. But apparently Allison didn't care for Wheeler. And so I don't think Well, it was really very was around very much. And then Arthur Newbie who never married was never in the best of health, and you really don't hear much about him either. So I think the two of them were involved financially, not to the extent of the other two and then, In fact, Wheeler even got out of it in 1917. After a reversal of fortune, he Shoulders interested. I think Alison board all of Wheeler's stock, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway company was officially formed March 20th 1909. Fisher originally wanted to track to be a five mile oval. But then the plan was tweaked to feature a three mile rectangular shaped oval with a two mile road course inside that, when linked to the Oval would create a five mile lab. But the three mile oval ended up being cut to 2.5 when engineer PT Andrews realized the larger oval wouldn't leave any room for grandstands. Fisher and Alison ended up making the major decisions of the new track, including changing the surface from crushed stone to brick and Davidson says they were a strong combination of Spain suggested that they would be ideal. Pair because they were very good friends were different in personality. And Fisher was always running around, you know, going 100 Miles an hour with this brain just very, very fertile and never seem to sit still toe. Think something through and that Alison that was his nature. And so it people suggested to me that Ah, Fish would have these ideas and Allison would calm him down. So you know, wait a minute. Well, no, no, no, Sit down. Just take it steady here and there, so they they were great for each other. But Fisher lost interest in the speedway because he was busy developing his new projects. The Lincoln Highway and Miami Beach, leaving Alison to run the show with longtime employee pop Myers in 1927, former 500 driver and World War. One flying ace Eddie Rickenbacker came to Indianapolis, hoping to buy Alison's company. Instead, he was pointed in a different direction. Apparently he thought, Well, let me go down to see Jim Alison at Allison Engineering and see if you'd like to sell that. So he comes down to speed way. Indiana. To see if the Allison would like to sell Alison Engineering. And Allison says No, I don't want to sell that. But Fisher and I already had to sell the speedway. Why don't you buy that? Rickenbacker led the speedway through the Great Depression, keeping the famous speed Platt open during some lean years. 31 32 33. They were all these backyards specials and so people are unfairly call it the Junqueira But Rickenbacker Was very, very hands on for the first several years and because he being a racer and was an executive and used to sort of barking orders and having people jump to attention and carry out his wishes. And he addressed safety 1935 36. They did a number of things to the track, which were very expensive at a time. When the money was really tight. They reduced the portion 1933 and reduce the ticket prices to keep the thing going, and so That worked. I mean, they still had a large crowd turned out, but you know, nobody had any money kind of a thing..
"james allison" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"FM There are those that just ought to be left alone and those that just won't leave them alone. Which one are you? The earnest handcock show. Yeah AW chairman of the FAD pal. L. We have they done those. How much you'll give give some of the highlights highlights Tim? I mean you get to the NSA. He was a managing director of Global Sustainable Development Green Energy Fund. Also Carlisle Group. You want to skip to the end. They're also at this is interesting. I was reading this book a Pedia that that he was it was the first time when he was appointed to the Board of Governors. who was the first time ever? A president appointed a member of the opposition party. Not that he's a Republican so he's opt Brock Obama that appointed him for the Board of Governors. Well Hell that means. He's the guy there. Yeah so the great pick great so I really wanted to have somebody that. Brock Obama pick the Federal Reserve Chair. MNUCHIN suggested him trump so the day that I had a podcast day. This came out where I was absolutely livid and I mean most part has I'm usually you know somewhat common this one I I was absolutely livid naughty language throughout because I was like this is ridiculous. It gets one of those guys who's GonNa pick. I forgot his name. Was James Allison from Mt Bank. CEO This is the end the Fed guy who was the CEO of a large bank thorburn. Great pick but instead of the globalist pick with his Goldman Sachs banker friends. Steve Mnuchin Picked him now he said you know. WHO's the bigger enemy you know is at present a dictator over there in China or is it drone Powell so this is all an own goal that he scored himself and now you know who should be taking the blame it should be trump and Mnuchin over here for picking this guy but the problem is gone away from the philosophical circle and the fat ignore the fact that shouldn't be a fad too? We need lower interest rates to how we GONNA have the deficit explode. One hundred percent of we don't have zero percent rates dishes fair and that's not the message of Libertarians. For trump. Wanted to get him in there. He had all these dog whistles going saying that is so important that we are at the third food and actually the the quick side I was doing a trump voice in the back ripped guys like it's like an Italian mixed with a t have hands on so much anyways with trump. Give us so many dog whistles of so important that we are at the third Ted Cruz. Mr Vo the Third Reserve News. We ought to change and he asked ask Sema Crab where we know where that came from. We had it was Roger Stone Roger Stone. He was on trump report. I go Roger. You've gotta come on trump before but frank man you gotta come. Roger Guy Got Mad because he was he's going. Oh well we this and that and election brag I go. I don't care what you do I wanna see or you don't care what I say don't but then deployment attack and I had to sub for him last SEC game when he was a no show talking about Teneo so that was the last time he took the polonium attack and now they've got him on all of these. You're not going on early show. Oh we got some we radioactive poison for you never gonNa you know then it would be a perfect setup. Say he was a Russian agent. Because polonium there's the state state level thing that only Russians can get you know that was the writings on the wall. What they're trying to do but they got another way? They got him now lying to Congress even though trump would pardon him. I I for me. I think absolutely absolutely eventually. I don't think it's going to be right away. Probably wait to see how the election goes But for me that's not one of the parts that really care about. I think that's a given that it should be pardoned but trump wants win again. I mean you need to do something in terms of assange and Snowden Ross Dicky's holden these back you know Ross. I don't think he's going to that is man. That's deep deep deep state. I don't think he's politically astute or savvy enough to to be able to. This is where Roger came in Roger Stone was the guy I think that convinced him to Pardon the hammonds up in Oregon and that was all about and because Roger Stone a Gonda. When we were talking to him he had gone to a lot of these functions? And you listen to their stuff goes. Yeah this is this is America stop. Man is meat potatoes. You need to and and I was surprised at trump did so openly and then how quiet it was. Did he ever did. What Hamid who there? How many how many pardons has there been and how many big? I bet kids. Sheriff Joe is another one. That's the only one that we ever heard about you know. Because that's you know the left you know freak out about valid but the ham thing duke. They don't WanNa talk about that. This is a ranchers and property rights and kind of stop and we just spent quite a bit of time with them and Bundy up up at red pill and he's so cool you know. He looked younger. I'm telling you these guys they got. This is the one thing that I've noticed. Just as life goes John and years. Go by the. You'll you'll see that. This is true people of faith that are incarcerated. They go into jail they come out. How looking younger they they pray kind of a state of mind or the stress goes something? I don't know what it is but a year to come out out. They look healthier. They look better because it's a it's a mindset that they go into everyone that I've known that it's been a Christian or somebody of faith that gets incarcerated red. They come out and you go damn they look younger. I don't know I just been like three or four times. That's just surprised me so if you come across that you'll know you're not alone own. You know I noticed it too now. Powell and Trump on negative interest rates. Give me a quickie on negative active interest rates. They go okay. This is one thing that I've had explained to me and starting to come out. Come the past when negative interest rates. Go down the value of the stock market shoots up. Why did anybody ever ask why why why I don't get why? Who Cares you know and the one thing that was explained to me is everything is by subscription? Now you know it's like well dude you'll join US top of freebies Phoenix and you join. You can when you do a monthly or annual or just pay brown or do it a monthly thing or whatever you know but what happens is that subscription has a value for these IPO's they do or they are on the stock market. Like Netflix Amazon. Or something like that. Give you the example if I have a million dollars listen I put this eight thousand dollars. I have a thousand dollars and I invest in this one company. What's value what's the stock price should be? How many stocks are there? What's value dividing Leiden stock supposedly? Okay but it's the revenue stream and it's a comparison. If I have a thousand dollars night put it in my passbook savings. It's one percent or something or two percent or whatever the heck they put it in your CD of nothing percent x amount back okay. Well that money that I get back at you know one percent at ten dollars or whatever that I'm getting back on that thousand dollars means is that a revenue stream of ten dollars is worth a thousand dollars that means that that company is worth a thousand dollars because I got you know one one percent coming in on it if I have a interest rate. That's one percent while I'm looking for my thousand dollars to to do better than ten dollars see my point. So what do I do. I find a subscription company if they got income if they have like Hulu is raised like doubling their price. It used to be free. And if you didn't want commercials you paid eight ninety nine or something or five dollars or some little thing now. 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"james allison" Discussed on KGO 810
"Door and met Rachel here with a series author of a book that just came out. It's called inelegant defense, and it's about your immune system. But what it really is about your about communicating with people and the problems. They have and seeing both at the branch of science and humanities kind of come together and what you really brought together, well. And you know, you wife's a doctor you've done medical writing for a New York Times as well. So it wasn't totally know. You weren't totally immune to the topic. But so let's talk about your friend. So you're, you're he, he, he was told get your things together, but he didn't take that what did he do? And what happened? Well, I mean in reality, he, he had little choice but to take it because traditional treatment had been withdrawn he took this drug called Nova mob, which at the time was off label not on the market for his condition. FDA approved the FDA. Approve not for his condition. I mean this was really on in the in the days of immunotherapy, how many years ago was this forget, I've wanna say twenty thirteen. Okay. All right. So recently, right. And what you have to know is, maybe we'll get into it more later. But immunotherapy, it's more complicated than this by orders of magnitude, but it essentially seeks to stoke the immune system where it has been stymied. So important is this revelation that it led to this year's Nobel prize files? So the people who invented who discovered at Berkeley, no less who brought a mouse back to life, basically. Dr James, Allison shared the prize this year for the seed corn that led to what I'm about to tell you next, which is Jason now not a foot in the grave guys. Nine toes in the grave. Okay. Takes this couple of weeks. Later Beth his girlfriend wakes him up and says Jason get out of bed. You're tumors of disappeared. Wow. Completely gone. Well, you can't relieve the pictures in the book because Beth and Jason decided to start taking photos day by day, and it is like looking. I don't know at. I don't know pick your metaphor. Sinoe is of God. I don't know what you say so much time. So, but let me ask you this. So in the last minute here. I mean what do you what do you take from the six here? Here's the here's let me add it up. I didn't realize because I because I can obviously string out a yard. No. I. And here's what happened. I picked up. My pen I decided to learn what is the immune system and not just what is immunotherapy. And here's what I here's the bottom line. We are at a fundamentally changing era of medicine. And it's bending and yielding around our understanding of the immune system. And we're beginning to tinker at a molecular level with this thing that is so complicated so extraordinary that it rivals the brain as the most powerful incredible sophisticated network in the world on the planet in the known universe. That is where we are in the book gets into cancer autoimmune disorder HIV the science behind it. The best I can say is we are in the area of immunology, and I'll just tell you, I've read it, and you will enjoy it. It is a book to get you could get it for a college kid. Or you could read it yourself. It has that kind of appeal and it really it's, it's remarkable work. Really good stuff. We come back. We'll come back. All right. Awesome. All right. Again, metric till the book is called an elegant defense coming up changing the SAT's in a lot of people don't like it. That's coming up on. G..
"james allison" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For a mile and a half getting by work after route to Twenty-eight David struck Lino WBZ's traffic on the threes. Thirty nine sunny, windy and Boston and that wind makes it feel quite chilly. Especially for the morning hours. We'll see sunny Br. Skies throughout the day today, high of forty seven then clearing cold overnight tonight, mostly twenties and sunshine makes him with some clouds tomorrow. The high fifty degrees. This is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. Checking our top stories apologies from several airlines today after technical showed delayed flights around the country, including Logan. It has been fixed by you are advised to check with your airline before heading to the airport. Problems on the highway as well as a major two year construction project gets underway tonight on the Tobin bridge, former vice president Joe Biden on the defensive today after being accused of inappropriate contact on the campaign trail Red Sox take there one win roadshow to tonight and the heat. Visit the Celtics tonight. At appeal in front of the state supreme court today. WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us it's the Jonathan Aukin case from a decade ago. This was shocking and troubling for a number of reasons in two thousand and seven it was shocking because a Lincoln Sudbury high school student fifteen year old James Allison was murdered stabbed to death by a fellow student in high school bathroom troubling as the jury heard testimony about that student John odd grenades mental problems as burgers he'd been bullied for years after deliberating three days, the jury found him guilty rejected insanity today attorney will ask the state supreme court to overthrow the conviction. Arguing the judge was wrong to tell jurors. They could infer malice and intent because odd Grann had a knife Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio the death of a man and woman in Hollis. New Hampshire have been ruled a murder. Suicide officials believe Brian mcdonagh shot and killed Elissa mayo and then killed himself. The two did know each other their bodies were discovered by. Police during a well chair fair check of the house a frantic scene in Stoughton. Yesterday is about two dozen patients had to be evacuated from a healthcare facility Stoughton. Fire chief, Michael Larisa explains. What happened the fire department get called tonight? Oh, nine street for over major water leak and as a result of that water.
"james allison" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Former GP Reuter deceived by volt in his Dunwell Greenlee. So all James Allison might do something. Well. Testing one. Bit. Which is a good writer said the SOB. He will have a few races freeways wins in because nowadays Smith BMW this tier which is better than the last two bucks. These companies especially last ample tacked on the disrespects them told it's Smith's BMW can just see that pedigree, Dale. To win. Now, they've got the bike up to standard the Nubian till you is class machine. So unchanged will be handy is also go a mall now debates contend with pizza Hickman. So those areas I think it will come down between the two young boys. Our girl of the two man mccombs, I think taxes can be brilliant. And he's gonna while a law people by just experience out there. The Nettie gifted Jason our mayors. We have the dog holes for the trip up. I would like to say understood account Sagesse, our okay, good evening to Mark able who's just joined us on the on the livestream. Hello. Good evening, Mark. Yes. We are definitely live. Progressive com. Remember, we mentioned you mentioned the earlier when you wrapping up the road racing news. If if you did then obviously wasn't paying attention. Sorry. But Colin Lynn Lindley has been on to to ask about where the we think Andy Kercheval famous BBC DJ and TV presenter, a former years will get racing will save basically the racing at at Scarborough as published publicize this week. If you're not sure what the story is. That he is launching a one man bid, plus probably the as well. I don't. To to get from the have been talked with the council of this doesn't nothing concrete. That's have to still very strongroom Kashmiri coastal council. I have met a couple of times in the last few weeks. Best mine knowledge, was it. Something return. It's writing say, no. E. The problem is the circuits lost its license from AC the the air, you tell certain upgrades. Yeah. The problem. With governors was throat goals..
"james allison" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Has been the class leading engine package. Let's look at the car multi job. James Allison the technical from site. He said it's about executing the same concepts as his predecessors. But he say talks about it being further refined pushing every item so the limit. So it's all about the GRA of marginal gains of a working working cau- if you like they know the package fundamentally works, and if I can do that in harness with improving the engine a bet on the rates management problem being being cycled up shut up. So a good step. So what do you see on the co? Well, I. We can see that the wheelbase is very much COPA insights to what it was the full in Las t cars. Same kind of Ray Keith using it too much because they've got this long wheelbase where they can just extract the maximum throughout the length of the car, which I've always been very clear about the highlight guest, horseback, visible and some other calls, but yeah, it's not just you high rightly car in sub nasal much you have to a lot of knock-on effects in doing that. So that's positive you would Cy state with a similar platform. Yeah. Definitely. And especially on a long wheelbase cars while you don't wanna run too, much rake or otherwise going risk having a massive amount of detachment of the bottom of the floor. And then suddenly the fees is not working. So something teams to Kathleen Munnich Mercedes just done this to perfection over the last couple of years. I mean from a technical standpoint, they have just essentially this so confident with what they've got that. They've walks out off the bat and said, okay this. Car. Look how complicated the barge boards. Are look how tight the packaging is offering wing. We've come up with a very different design in front wing. So that incredibly confident as I say, what's really strange about this front wing is the end plates in wash in and that seems really counterproductive especially compared to everybody else is doing trying to clear as much out worship possible and say these just looking Riley onwards, everybody else thinking, yet will we've go this particular concept what I think that doing is somehow just allowing all of his athletes just compress up and then spill out with greater energy around the front ties..
"james allison" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Stressed us with nice to him buck RAV and trying to correct the problem. They Chuck someone out we saw later on trying to Monaco's Costa denounced it which would have been eleven we talking. I forget I forget my years. But Costa was was jumped out so viciously you'll make it custom tentacle. Well, he's been absolutely insecure to what Mercedes that. So you have to ask. Well, if you're just picking out individuals. That's that's dangerous scapegoating, the blame culture. And this is kind of you could save. Will blaming everybody's rubber? We've been seemed to kind of Finn with that that that that's playing culture rather than tackle. The problem, you seek the plane, and then that ultimately seen as you look towards that you got people trying to avoid the blame rather than just saying, right? There is hair his how we prevents happening happening again. We're back to what I said earlier about James vows having the confidence to come on the radio and say Louis, I messed up we made a mistake, and the no he's gonna be I know he's not going to get because I'm sure if you know that being Ferrari in that thing that happened in the lost the race win because of it, you know, things would be would be pointed. And I'm sure the Italian press we much more aggressive in terms of you need to make this change to stop this happening. But that's not the way from one works. If you look, you know, he Mercedes taken bulled out of Costa came from Ferrari, James Allison came from Ferrari, they take people who things haven't worked. Elsewhere. And I've got the best out of them. So that's one. One of what type type will is done at Mercedes is very similar to what my tear needs to is. He got quality people understand the sing your job is not to punish people. They make mistakes..
"james allison" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"So he then moves from you suddenly got these engine guy being put on overall technical charge of the car. It's not an ever been. Vision and is not an Areva Benet. So of doing doing anything to do with the decision to put an auto in a more influential position, and then also executing that properly that's what then spot that seventeen eighteen turn around. So no real wonder that when he sees. But also a guy that he's put faith in before producing the goods, you get last summer when McCain's may be thinking, okay, not really convinced with the way this go in anyone's right out. And he wants anyone's been on obviously, sadly passed away last summer, but shows the the extended influence wisdom of the man that even in even in death. He's always way. And it's one of those things that you had a situation where it became quite polarized between Areva and Benneteau became clear, they can own if you ever been let's say once Marcio niece step back, and then and then passed away the police the best thing ever been done is really teamed up with but also properly and said, right? Actually, let's we both. We can both know what we're doing. Let's really double damper seem to turn into the old Maranello thing of politics, powerplays engage. Seems everything's off. Once Marchetti died in revenue was became more vocal speaking a lot more still how to type to look down with the media when with do the bare minimum to to help an assistant communicate which would be a monstrous problem if that didn't reflect all the problems behind the scenes like that I have to speak to philosophy scale thing. What was significant was the when he stood up? He was trying to strengthen his position within the same rather than unifying everybody in pushing on trying to push forwards. It was notable. The after Sebastian's mistakes in the middle phases season costly than the team errors prove. So Kasey was strategy that then start pointing things been also in the lack of progress on the car when actually the Cosby, you know, that one of their main strengths over the past two years in all teams of ups and downs with cod developments in nineteen gets one hundred percent perfect when they had a slight stumble. Little bit disingenuous of Riva Bank to stop points of ING and laying blame elsewhere for this being the reason why they didn't win the championship. Obviously big part of it now is gonna be whether or not the Reeperbahn a not just getting rid of involves who they've chosen to to replace him because been auto excellent technical person on the engine side. Then he stepped up to the challenge of them being overcharge charge of the team on the technical sites. Okay. He's met that challenge being team principal Ferraris or you rank quite Holly absolutely someone who knows furry inside out when he took over from James Allison in the summer of two thousand six led the engine parliament few people were skeptical about wise or someone who understands engines being in charge of trying to take on Sadri new Mercedes and coming up with the best chassis. But but also as an organizer in the kind of Ross Brawn mold it doesn't design the parts themselves next. Exactly what toys needed. What has needed? How to get the best out of the people? He's he's writing he had a very. Much horizontal structure the louder genius often the youngster to fail unshackled from having to port star. Try and take credit allowed innovation to flourish in for years and years furry that was very cautious conservative design all-time scare to do stuff. Now. The last two years you had the, you know, the side pod design. They led the way on the Holly mirrors led the way on the double battery system. They led the way on even some of the oil burning activities or printed gray area, but they've been pushing innovation and that's been a key factor in as the semi Mattia understands. Get the best out of the the stuff. You've got us the simulation tools. Take the data analyzer and activate that the best cost possible. Essentially by the comparison, sir. Supermac Gary Anderson, our technical editor of series, Santa Clarita and one for a long time. He says he'd often being the technical working group meetings Ross boomer being sailor Ross wouldn't be the guy who had everything in his mind about what caused and Gary generally work..
Allison's Nobel Prize beckons new era of immunotherapy
"Week. One of the more interesting Nobel prizes awarded was for that in medicine or medicine. It went to two people Dr James, Allison and Ta Su Honjo for discoveries that lead to a new way to treat cancer by targeting the body's immune system, rather than the tumors themselves. It's led to a host of new drugs. Immunotherapy is quite expensive. But people are saying that it works pretty well on certain types of lung cancer and melanoma, which is a form of skin cancer. So this story we spoke to Peter Loftus. He's a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. We started off by asking him who were these Nobel prize winners, James Allison and tests Uku Hondo. Both of them have specialized in immunology studying the body's immune system. This turned out to be a critical part of what they discovered and to put it in context, if you think about the mainstays of cancer treatment over the years. Things like chemotherapy and radiation, which were effective an effective in certain situations. But they can also be blunt instruments in the sense that they can destroy healthy cells in the body along with cancer cells. So that causes all sorts of complications going back about fifteen twenty years. There was another advance in cancer treatment. And that was the target genetic mutations in cancer cells now, immune based approaches sort of the newest wave and one of the more significant approaches to treating cancer in a long time these two scientists working separately. But in parallel discovered features about the body's immune system that led them to figure out that if used certain kinds of drugs to target immune system cells in a certain way, it'll basically better equipped the body's own immune system to go after and destroy cancer cells. So exactly how does it work. I was reading a lot about checkpoints. And how a lot of this stuff. Let's T cells, basically. Attack the cancer cells T cells are form of white blood cells. And this is where the magic really comes through in. What's so interesting about what they discovered was that the body's immune system has sort of its own natural checkpoints were break. So that it doesn't go overboard and Batak the healthy parts of the body. Cancer cells have basically figured out how to split that. And so they in some way, they sort of latch onto the brakes of the body's immune system, in a way that helps them escape described destruction. And so these drugs that have come out of the research from both sides, essentially, take the brakes off also the body. John immune
Two Scientists Earn Nobel for Discovering a New Pillar in Cancer Therapy
"For the first time a Nobel prize in medicine has been awarded for cancer therapy. One of the researchers sharing the prize did his groundbreaking work at UC Berkeley. Here's science editor. Daniel Benton, James Allison says he didn't start out intending to cure cancer. He wanted to know how t cells work T cells are a key part of our immune system. They attacked cancers and other diseases, but they also have a kind of breaking system that slows them down Alison discovered the molecule that serves as the brakes and had an idea here. He is speaking at a press conference this morning. Russia just disable the brakes and see if that will allow them your sister to attack cancer and. Did the therapy has extended the lives of thousands of cancer patients. Alison director the UC Berkeley cancer research laboratory for twenty years he currently works at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in
Cancer Immunotherapy Conference features latest research on response, resistance, treatment | Science Codex
"We've seen spectacular results, including patients who are surviving for decades as a result of these novel treatments. When we look more specifically at the population said, have been treated by the drug that Jim. Team has developed. We can see the twenty percent of those live for at least three years with many patients living ten years and beyond. These are really unprecedented results for patients who really had no other options. James Allison started his career at MD Anderson in nineteen seventy seven. And then he returned in two thousand twelve to work on the MD Anderson moon shots program, which we've talked about before, basically allowing people to work on things that might pan out and might be game changers or maybe they won't how many examples like this? Have you had of the moon shots