17 Burst results for "One Small Engine"

Kenya Moore Defends "Right to Exploit" RHOA Ladies

Daily Pop

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Kenya Moore Defends "Right to Exploit" RHOA Ladies

"The atlanta housewives reunion is still going and these ladies are not over trying to figure out who got that bolo and last night during their final reunion episode. The ladies went to war. I think anytime that you have sex with someone or explore as you say is within their right however it's my right to exploit what they do in a task house for a reality. Tv show thing. Go one engine. You should admit that you ask the working alone. let's say me. I'm not ulli. Lutely are wow mose. When you're on a reality show do you can. You has a point that you have the right to exploit your other cast members. Yeah i usually agree with kenya. And i think her word choice was wrong. In the moment. I think exploit was a little dramatic. I think what she wanted to say. Was i have the right to speak about it because it did happen on a cast trip in a cast house. So i think she does now if she had decided to allegedly have relations with bolo outside of this trip at her private home his home. The hotel at private island. I don't care where it was then. I don't think that kenya has a right to speak on it but if it happens on the show whether the cameras are on or off i do think it becomes open game.

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United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods

"International Airport After one engine failed. ABC is Michelle friends and has more United flight returned to Denver International Airport after taking off and bound for Hawaii. Theo FAA, in a statement says the Boeing 777 200 returned after experiencing a right engine failure shortly after takeoff outside Denver. In the city of Broomfield. Police confirmed debris scattered in neighborhoods, including Lar Which pieces that fell. Authorities say all passengers deplaned and were bused to the terminal. Michelle Franzen. ABC NEWS The FAA says the National Transportation

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Indonesia Plane Crash Probe Centers on Engine Control Problems

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:12 min | 2 years ago

Indonesia Plane Crash Probe Centers on Engine Control Problems

"Okay. The first item in our news segment is from wall. Street journal dot com indonesia plane crash probe centers on engine control. Problems the dad. The data indicates the data indicates the so-called auto throttle system which automatically adjusts feel flow and thrust to maintain the paths at. My pilots wasn't operating properly on one engine. At some point during the boeing seven. Thirty seven five hundred. Climb away from the nation's capital jakarta on january nine according to some of the people familiar with the matter instead of shutting off the system. They said the flight data recorder indicates pilots tried to get the stuck throttle to function such engine control. Malfunctions can create significant differences in power between engines making a twin engine jet harder to control and it kapit potentially distract pilots from maintaining a safe flight. Okay twin engine aircraft such as the seven thirty seven are designed to fly safely on a single engine. I don't know why they're talking about now. Single engine because we're talking about an auto throttle anyway. I'm sorry i should read the wall street. Journal article twin engine aircraft such as the seven thirty seven are designed to fly safely on single engine and pilots are trained to do that in various situations but large differences in thrust between engines according to pilots and safety experts require swift pilot recognition of the problem. Which would ideally be followed by quick responses and manual commands. Harjo sought meco deputy head of indonesia indonesia's national transportation safety committee confirmed the probe is looking into an auto throttle problem. He said investigators may obtain specific information about the pilots handling of the auto throttle after listening to the cockpit voice recorder which authorities are trying to retrieve from the crash. Site that device. The plane's second black box could shed more light on what pilots were saying on the flight. Deck as they responded to the malfunction Let's see those familiar with the details of the probe. Along with safety experts tracking. It said it was too early to draw definitive conclusions about why two experienced pilots lost control. The jet or what other factors may have contributed to the crash information from the flight. Data recorder is under further analysis while pilot records and maintenance files are being examined. Investigators haven't detailed the primary focus of the probe. Though they they say that both engines were putting out power when the jet hit the water killing all sixty two onboard they also have said the location of debris indicates the plane was intact when it hit the water so it goes on in this article a talk about the flights and information. I think that we've already discussed on the show that so apparently there was on previous flights. There were a couple of write ups individual write ups on different flights About the auto throttle system and if that is indeed what happened. Here i i. Don't it's hard for me to mel again. I i hate to say anything because it's all speculation but if the bottles don't work properly than shot the auto throttles off the airplane flies. Just fine without a throttles. There are a lot of airplanes out there today. Blind without auto throttle system. So i hope they didn't get so distracted or focused on the system. They let the airplane. Get away from them and Crash but they tend to be pointing in that direction. I think yeah. I wish i knew more about the seven. Thirty sevens systems but If if i'm guessing correctly The throttles would move In response to the auto throttle which would generate the correct response in the The fayed echo the macula. Whatever feel control system there is On the and these engines So i'm just a bit bemused as to why particularly when you have got You can see the throttled move in response to what the throttle is doing. You can detect the problem. I would be very surprised. That they if they got uncommanded or throttle movement that they wasn't an essay shaded warning with it a bit surprised that the oldest shuttle didn't attorney itself because normally what all throttle does something unusual it's detected by whatever full system there is in the system mandate will turn itself off So yeah. I think you're probably right jeff I think they may have got Over very interested in trying to solve a problem on weren't paying enough attention to what their plane was doing In this situation. It's very important for the pond flying to concentrate on his job and who was trying to find the issue It just to Do their thing almost independently both get involved in trying to fix. What is effectively is just at part throttle full. As you said is relatively minor pro.

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"one small engine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"one small engine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Classic radio theater on your favorite station. Yours truly johnny dollar coming up in a moment the now. The conclusion of escape january seventeenth nineteen forty eight line again versus the ants. Again landon fired ditch to destroy them and steal again. They came on but success. Firing the test of the unscrew easier. Because of the film of ash covered the petrol as they returned to the assault time after time a slow sickening horror crept into my mind eloquent atlanta and then at the petrol he read my gaze and nodded slowly. That's right commissioner. Can hold them off or other of us. Apply pedal was unlimited. But it isn't got enough to fill the digital one small engine. Isn't there anyway anyway at all. We've got to do something i know. I know that must be away. The whole plantation lot the ravens higher than any point except his high ground. Where if the river was dammed. All the way over that stone breakwater and brotherhood plantation. But we've got to close the floodgate at the dam. That'll do it mad. The damas more than a model way more than a mile of listen to me. Listen let's i'm proud of you by shutting the plug gates in the dam and flooding the whole plantations from the moment. I'm over the ditch. Set fire to allow time for the flood to watch. And all you have to do is wait for me. it's impossible you can't get the damn let alone back. That's why you're wrong commissioner. Get there and i'll get back. Take care of things. While i'm gone. A i watched him as a calmly pulled on high leather boots ju- gunshots over his hand and stuff the spaces between britches and boots and gauntlets times with petrol-soaked. Greg is close fitting mosquito bagels and plugged his nostrils aeneas with kuttan then the natives drenched. His clothes with petrol blasts who activist ducked into the men's smith. Sav over him and finally lions and was ready as he stood communist ready for. I realize that this is should be a line of jenn would meet the ans- defeat them defeated by them. Line engine versus the ants. Yes it was right that it should be like this but now there was no more time for thought on the action took a deep breath and bounded across the ditch among the end iran iran long equal strides and with one thought one sensation being. I must get through dodge trees and shrubs except for the split seconds. Mayeso's touch the ground. The ants would have no opportunity to a light on me. i ran on. I was halfway through the damn before. I felt ants under my clothes and a few on my face. I struck at them. Mechanically scusi conscious of their bites. The damn drew toward me slowly. The distance grew less less. Finally one hundred yards away. Fifty was their grip. The covid wheel hardly at icees flowed over my hands and Straight slow the wheel. Turn turn more capers. Swinging slowly shut up shut and the water was rising rising behind breakwater. Top closer and then. It was filling over. The flooding of the plantation had begun. I like all the whelan's got it back to the act coated from head to foot with beans tugs debit. Means they've been into my flesh almost lost my head with a pain. That's iran knocking answering my body brushing them from my body pace just below the rim of my goggles and manage the tearing away but it's aggravated a button. It's been drilled into. I know i saw now through circle of fire into a milky missed. Almost blinded. When i knew that if i tripped and fell on my heart pounding burst. Blood rolling in my ears at giants. Bettering my lungs. Then i could see dimly all of flame today but it was too far away could not last happened just as they stumbled well myself being swarmed over about tried to rise a great weight then suddenly the vision the half the stake in my six minutes. Then nothing but bone couldn't let it happen to me. I could drag my cell phone.

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Discussing Irregular Flights

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Discussing Irregular Flights

"All right an air sung to have a lynn. Dhcp six three hundred registration papa. To alpha sierra mike performing a flight from bogan to back bach papa new guinea with seven passengers and two crew was accelerating for takeoff from mogens runway one to when the aircraft via right off the runway prompting the crew to reject takeoff the aircraft went over a drain. The nose gear collapsed. Came to a stop to a position with coordinates that i'm not going to give you because it really doesn't matter Passenger received minor injuries. The aircraft sustained substantial damage to the nose gear the cockpit forward bulkhead left propeller and left wing. We talked about this. I was at last show. lives that we covered this one a believers to shows talking about it. Okay a twin otter And basically all it said was. The thing does veer off the runway and crashed and there was a passenger injured. I believe a child And so now. We have a little bit more information about this. Although it's not really conclusive exactly why. It ended up veering off the runway. But it has a little bit more information then We we had previously So i don't know if you guys had a chance to take a look at this or not. I'm reading through the only thing that comes to mind just knowing a little bit about twin otter systems winning about Hydraulics for the nose gear steering. Potentially there've been a number of incidences with instance with twin otters in the past where there have been lack of appropriate hydraulic pressure and inability to steer the nose scare using the tiller. Okay i noticed that said that When it started to veer the Pilot command started using differential differential thrust. Is that a standard thing to do. On a twin otter or shouldn't need your. I mean it's a multi engine aircraft. So you can use that to help. Maintain directional control. But it's not something that you should need to do on a standard take off bit worried about the having to resort to that because of course all you take off calculations based on a power if you suddenly reduced power on one engine you're not gonna have the same amount of energy when you get Try to get able. I think if it's not tracking straight down the runway for one reason or another with symmetric rest you wanna borton figure out. Why right noticed that they make a point of stating that he did. His one eighty as each sort of turned out of it He put went straight into the takeoff replied. Full power and I've seen people do that. come a cropper. See that hydraulic further. The for breaks as well. Same hydraulic system. So the hundred systems were could idle pass. A hopefully would've noticed leafy. Hopefully i don't know i'm just i'm just taking a guess here so joe is just that I've seen people just try and get the power on just a tiny bit too quick and Got it on a little uneven leo when before the aircraft was perfectly straight and then ended up in a bit of a a wiggle down the runway while they try and sort everything out which just for the sake of a few seconds just to make sure you got the state. You're on the middle of the runway steady and pointing down the runway. I don't if that's with. This suggest pats worth mentioning. I think we still need more information. Perhaps yeah we have a little bit more information but not conclusive information yet. I guess our. I suppose there's much of a of a A little recorder in this airplane is this far Depends find out too much away. I don't know to be honest. Depends on the operator in the regulations and does what was that nick. Deal carrying over the top of your head to see me before trying to pair over the news later kim. I guess now that i've stopped sharing the screen. It just doesn't work. Yeah okay anyway So i was saying to add stuff or regardless. No but i'm gonna go read through the hydraulic system of the twin hundred new. Okay

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Ferrari now in favour of F1 engine freeze from 2022

The Autosport Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Ferrari now in favour of F1 engine freeze from 2022

"So on the need someone needs to make you some more space but elsewhere in the news. I suppose We should probably start with ferrari. I guess Today they have suggested that it would now back an engine freeze now. This is something that rebels been asking for because as we know home there is expected to undergo palau at the end of two thousand. Twenty one and red bulls ideal scenario that to kind of take on this the engines. But it needs an engine. Free said it doesn't have to fronts the cost of the development itself and ferrari been against this when asked previously and now it's made this year ten john. What's what's changed its mind. Maybe some ferrari engine donna figures. I twenty twenty one engine. Perhaps if you're is classic from london if you're the team in front than you'll be more than happy to freeze anything to stop your rivals have the ability to catch up. And if you'll behind you want everything you put in development totally free so you can make the the steps forward that you want Was very interesting. Ferrari of basically said that they would support a potential freeze from twenty twenty. Two still get some scope for improvement next year under certain conditions. Which are that the the all new engine that formula increasing. Whatever this new hybrid will be from. Twenty supposedly twenty-six comes forward to twenty twenty-five and efan commits heavily to sustainable fuels of this biofuel carbon recaptured fuel. Or whatever that that final full mattis but so it wants to see you. If one heading in these this direction the engines in on that front will accept a freeze on that front but then kristen hornets spike in tonight and was asked about furrer situation said he always very happy. This is really important at then said but it's important that There is freedom to develop engines in this freeze. If you're behind the to catch up so to me. That's not a freeze. So i think you know may be one of those scenarios that we have in having the coronavirus world especially with the uk government. We come out of lockdown into something. That's still lockdown. Down isn't cool to lockdown so is going to head to a scenario of an engine. Freeze isn't actually an engine.

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Twin Otter and an MV-22 Osprey meet on the tarmac

Airplane Geeks Podcast

04:11 min | 3 years ago

Twin Otter and an MV-22 Osprey meet on the tarmac

"Twin otter versus Osprey both lose. And this was an incident just a couple of weeks ago. Is this a wildlife story? You're talking about otters. Oh okay, those are airplanes, so this is a Twin Otter. A DC DHCP. Six twin, Otter and a Marine MVP twenty. Two Oz break collided on the ramp at Brownfield municipal airport which that's in California, isn't it? Max It is. It's right down on the border I've been out of there a few times literally. If you were to fly the traffic pattern on the opposite side of the runway, you'd be over Mexico. Which is why you fly a north pattern on that runway? And so the well, the spray was just simply parked there. Reportedly it'd been on a training mission parked at Brown. The Twin Otter started up in was taxing. Power went right into the into the fray into the MVP twenty two. And there was really a mess of it. The the twin otters right engine was left hanging from its mount. Both propellers were bent on the on Twin Otter. There was damage to the nose, the right windscreen and the windscreen frame. As for the Osprey that didn't. Didn't make out too well. either. The left propeller was damaged, also the left engine compartment, wing and landing gear, and the right engine propeller blade impacted the ground. How? You know you kind of wonder. How does something like this happened? While the Twin Otter had just received maintenance, which may play into this, but the pilot reported that he found his. He was taxing. The Twin Otter had no brakes, which is kind of a problem. In fact, the Marines classified. This is a big problem. They called it class a mishap which means that the damage is at least two million dollars to the ASPREY I think the twin otters on his own but I guess we'll all be paying his tax payers for the. Repairs to the Osprey, it is pretty remarkable. You figure the twin otters, probably worth and most a couple of hundred thousand dollars cost more than two million dollars of damage. It's really kind of interesting jump plane for for skydiving. And apparently, when the pilot started up a started I one engine, and then he started the other engine, and the aircraft almost immediately started rolling forward, and that's when he discovered that he didn't have any braking capability and I'm guessing that the aircraft was parked so close to the the Osprey that he wasn't able to avoid it. With differential engine power in a presumably, it's still be able to turn. It could crank up lots of you know right engine and no left engine, and it would turn, but my guess is that they were park so closely together that there just wasn't enough time to affect a turn that way. David is there. Is there usually some separation between military and commercial aircraft at an airport? Is there any requirement for that or discover their space? I'm sure that it was parked on on whatever their transient ramp was. At that airfield aby military aircraft all the time go into civilian airfields for do use their fixed based operators. you know the? FBI does especially when they're when they're doing cross countries, they've got so an Osprey coming and actually at brandy wine. In my airport I, we have military helicopters coming in all the time and they come in, and if they land they just land at a normal spot and park normally, so there's really no military section versus civilian section when you're operating in the civilian airspace, so I'm sure it was just near Enough Peo- and it was being refuelled whatever the guys were having. Lunch? Whatever the restaurant was, but It happens.

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China: coronavirus cases surge, fuelling fears of major outbreak

All Of It

03:14 min | 3 years ago

China: coronavirus cases surge, fuelling fears of major outbreak

"China has confirmed a big increase in the number of people infected by a mystery virus including a handful of cases outside the original epicenter of Wuhan city the news comes just two days after international expert said the true number of infections was likely to be much higher than official figures stated possibly more than one thousand seven hundred China said this over the weekends nearly a hundred and forty eight new cases have been identified raising fares at the outbreak could get much worse as the Chinese New Year approaches when a reporter money Carlson is following this first we'll talk about the Chinese number as in a moment but first we'll as being in the past out another case confirmed outside China that's right South Korea has now reported its first case of this new coronavirus according to that country center for disease control the patient is a thirty five year old Chinese woman who flew in from will hand as you mentioned the epicenter of this outbreak she was isolated when she got into the country because she had some symptoms including a high fever now there's also one case that's been reported in Japan and two in Thailand outside of China and in all of those instances the travelers read there from had or had visited the city now those plus the US several dozen over a hundred cases reported this weekend to bring the total number to over two hundred since the outbreak was reported in December a hundred ninety eight of those are and will hand and no two cases have been reported in Beijing and one engines and as well a third person is also reported to have died all of those fatalities happened in that epicenter in will happen and this is a sharp increase as reason is Friday the Chinese were talking about forty five cases now as you say two hundred I mean how dangerous is this virus well this new virus is from the same large family of crown of is is that includes sars and that's what officials are worried about whether or not this is sars it has some markers but they don't know for sure yet they don't believe that it is sars it could cause anything from the common cold to that sars disease and as we all remember sars killed nearly eight hundred people during a global outbreak in two thousand two and two thousand and three now the it it what what they're trying to figure out right now is where it actually came from the origin of this virus and how easily it can be transmitted between humans as you mentioned there's also alarm bells because medical experts in London are concerned that the number of cases may be under reported but this one is report is presenting like an ammonia so people who get it have high fevers coughing difficulty breathing but there's also been reports of twenty five people being cured of this virus as well and briefly Chinese New Year approaching what measures are they taking right we're talking about hundreds of millions of travelers going around the world for lunar new year not just in China but around Asia so in addition to monitoring in China airports in countries like South Korea the United States Japan are all monitoring people who are flying from Wuhan ought to make sure that nobody presenting these symptoms is making their way around possibly spreading this virus Riley calls

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SpaceX’s First Attempt At A Rocket Launch In 2020 Is A Success

Clark Howard

01:01 min | 3 years ago

SpaceX’s First Attempt At A Rocket Launch In 2020 Is A Success

"In addition to signal Bermuda if you are just tuning in you're listening to a SpaceX rocket launch from Cape Canaveral tonight four minutes into the launch absolute big data for now there are a series of events coming up with both stage one and stage two before we reach our parking it in for that first co space the first is the stage one entry burn that is when stage one is re entering the earth's upper atmosphere it will reignite three of its Merlin one D. engines in order to slow the vehicle down as reenters so that it doesn't break apart because we want to win that burns gonna last for just under twenty seconds or so and at that point that burn will and you'll hear the call out intruders shut down a couple minutes after that we will see our stage when landing burn that is where we will re ignite one engine E. nine at someone right in the middle and it's going to burn for just over twenty seconds and hopefully leave the stage one standing up nice and tall on the internship

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Teen tried to steal plane but crashed, officials say

Tim Conway Jr.

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Teen tried to steal plane but crashed, officials say

"News a teenager in Fresno has been arrested for allegedly stealing a plane at an airport stone says the plane never got off the ground police say a seventeen year old girl jumped the fence at the Fresno airport got into a small twin engine plane started one engine and then ran the plane into a hangar to about seven thirty in the morning no one was hurt the planes

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Plane engine spews fire, smoke before emergency landing at LAX

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

05:45 min | 3 years ago

Plane engine spews fire, smoke before emergency landing at LAX

"Wait a second LA X. emergency landing Jeez let's let's listen to this one cut eyes this remaining in our lord's one and boom like backfires passengers reacting after an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport we don't know what was going on small craft fire coming out of the right engine flashes from the engine were visible even from the ground the Philippine airlines flight bound from Manila reporter to possible engine failure just after takeoff the pilot requesting an emergency landing while describing what he called an engine search despite the frightening nature of the incident the FAA says the plane successfully returned to LA acts and landed without incident I'm reading it hi yeah I read I'd say there's a little bit of an issue they've got this plane it's taking off from LA acts of he's cut their camera man that's more than just a compressor stall this things pop in it's almost like it's backfiring and there's flames shooting out the back of the video I'm watching yeah that's a little bit of a problem so you're a pilot yes so I would have never flown anything that big right go ahead just just generally speaking what what would you think it might be when I first saw the puff of flame coming out the back I think it was a compressor stall which is something that sometimes happens with jet engines but this case there's obviously something wrong because it that generally compressive stall happens once it's very disconcerting if you happen to be near that engine because it does make kind of a back fire sound but it's nothing bad but when it keeps doing it like that my gosh this video is so more but it starts with like this little girl that I'm the one I'm watching all others like I have a four year old three year old little girl who's playing with that little fold out brochure that has the safety stuff on it merchants pans over to the window and for our listeners just picture both of the engines on a plane and flames shooting out of the one on the right so I'm wondering if the passengers alerted the cockpit to this happening on couldn't do they have an instrument or so no they get that that the captain knew some was going on because he had radioed back to the tower saying we got to come back problem is when you have something like that you've got you got a lot of fuel onboard right yeah they just took off and they were going across the ocean to Manila just took off yeah and it's very dangerous to re land of these planes because they have so much fuel on board you can take off with a certain amount of fuel but then landing you have to be below a certain weight the problem is now if you're going to dump fuel you can't do it if there's flames coming out of hand my god you're yeah you created a firestorm basically exactly right and so what you have to do that I guess they just have to make sure they don't you know crackle landing here when they came back but while this is incredible here's the thing though you know that plane because the way they said they've certified the seven seventy seven it could have literally flown across the lead at the Pacific Ocean there on one engine now you don't want to do that but they're certified to fly on one engine yeah but if the other one has flames coming out he had this so the shut off the one that has the flames coming out of it and then you can go in the other one okay which I'll have to look to see if they have dig in interview the pilots see exactly what they do but yeah that would be a little disconcerting so when you when you okay no better workers here's my amateur brain coming out you're ready yeah when they landed the plane did they pull the little hatch and make the big inflatable slides come out and everybody go down that I don't they I think I think they actually declined from what I'm looking at the the pictures here looks like as though the video I'm watching it a cut from flame to the fire department putting out flame and I didn't see any passenger so what they give them with with the slides of come out near the fire where the explosions are happening this is where you should do this is where people understaffed understand that the flight attendants on board your plane they're not there to serve you drinks they're served in that they're there to make sure you can get off the airplane safely if there's some sort of emergency like an engine's on fire so if they would do something like that and they would have to evacuate all those flight attendants would say okay we're going out the left side of the plane and they only let you go out the left side of the plan because they don't you going out where the fire fires near the and the engine this is how well trained they are they do this in a moment's notice and this is why they have us there so highly trained you don't realize their line of defense up there they're the emergency personnel that are going to get you out of that they're going to evacuate that airplane that huge airplane in less than ninety seconds that's the that's what I rule amazing yeah and this is what we're trying to them right there they're not here the units are buddy Jay Ratliff for aviation expert who was on yesterday he said it's just make and he's he's been in the navy in aviation industry for thirty years he ran Republic airlines he's done a bunch things and city just incense is Sam when he sees people like snap at the slightest tenant yeah I know not cool I just want to smack him he's like these people to understand how highly trained these folks are right to get people out of the play yeah they're not they're not your your your waiter as as he as a as an executive for the airline he made the other executives and the managers go through two days of flight attendant training good just so they understand what they're what they're going through wow that's great what they go

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The Woman Who Cheated Death Twice on the Same Day

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:21 min | 3 years ago

The Woman Who Cheated Death Twice on the Same Day

"Operator on a foggy the morning of July twenty eighth nineteen forty five at approximately. Nine A M B twenty five left the Bedford Army airfield the old Bedford. Massachusetts Bauer for Newark Liberty International Airport the bomber was on a personal transport mission in other words it was carried aside from the crew military personnel as they approach their destination and asked for clearance to land. It was denied due to heavy fog zero zero disability by approximately nine forty. The pilot decided to circle an attempt landing despite the warning but slightly disoriented added. He turned the plane right intending circling pattern instead of left moments later the B. Twenty five bombers smashed into the north side of New York's empire state-building this much. History is now known that the entire crew and passengers were killed and fourteen office workers on the seventy eight and seventy thirty ninth floor where the planes struck but history has no mention of the operator of this number six elevator. The bomber was travelling at over two hundred fifty miles an hour when it collided. One engine went clear through the Empire State Building and landed on the roof of building slightly lower mistreat below wreckage. Peer seven walls awesome. Flaming fuels dropped onto the streets. Of New York's busy shopping district fire broke out at the site of the crash on the entire empire. State building was evacuated waited in all twenty eight lives were lost. Although the massive structure was re open within days. Twenty year old Betty Lou. Oliver was operator for elevator number. Six and all the eightieth floor and the flying fortress be twenty-five slammed into the floor below the impact to the elevator shaft caused ause Betty Lou to be ejected from the elevator car when rescuers founder she had a broken back neck and fractured pelvis. Numerous burns cuts scrapes. She was treated on the spot. After the rescue workers had attended to her injuries she was placed on a stretcher. Gently slid onto the floor elevator. Number seven what they didn't know was that the cables for that elevator had also been damaged by the impact of the plane as they step back from the elevator car fully intending to send it down. They were concussed. By the sound of cable sharing and watched in horror as the weight of Betty Lou cost the cables to snap sending the car or carrying the injured woman into free fall for the remaining seventy seven floors amazingly that he loo. Oliver survived after she was rushed to a hospital inspection. Determine that a thousand feet of cable was coil the bottom of the shaft and that compressed air created by rapidly descending descending elevator car help cushioned the crash the story of Betty Lou Oliver Survival Seventy seven story freefall made the Guinness Book World Records Beyond that little is known of Betty Lou Oliver. It was determined that she was married at the time of the accident. Twenty years old and that she and and her husband moved to Arizona where she had three children and numerous grandchildren and lived to the age of seventy four. The elevator

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On This Day in History: Pearl Street Station Began Generating Electricity

This Day in History Class

04:46 min | 3 years ago

On This Day in History: Pearl Street Station Began Generating Electricity

"I'm eve and welcome to this day in history class a show that uncovers a little bit more about history every day. Today is september fourth twenty nineteen <music>. The day was september fourth eighteen eighty two pearl street station. The first commercial central power plant in the united states started generating electricity building on the work of other inventors. Turn edison created an incandescent lighting system. He had already constructed experimental power installations. He used a dynamo now. No known as a generator to deliver power to each of these small installations but incandescent lighting in homes and endorse was becoming more popular and a substantial source of power was needed in eighteen eighty the same here. He received the patent for his incandescent lamp. Thomas edison established tablet the edison electric illuminating company of new york to build power stations in new york city edison decided to build the first permanent central power power stations for supplying incandescent lighting in new york's financial district in lower manhattan construction of the station began in eighteen eighty one the mechanical and electrical part of the plant was at two fifty seven pearl street since the building was constructed for commercial use. The structure had to be strengthened. Thanks to hold all of the necessary equipment. The flooring was replaced with a floor of girders supported by columns. The building used for storage ridge. Sleeping and offices was at two fifty-five pearl streets. Each building has four floors edison chose this location because it provided a good mix of commercial and residential business and was home to many major newspapers. It was also close to the western union telegraph telegraphy company in city hall the company paid around three hundred thousand dollars to buy the properties and built the station and distribution system constructing the network of wires and conduits that delivered energy to customers was one of the most expensive parts of the project after administrative expenses canvassing and patent license fees the cost came to about five hundred thousand dollars or two hundred and i'm forty horsepower babcock wilcox boilers were in the basement of two fifty seven pearl street fix engine and dynamo assemblies were on the floor above that the dynamos were driven by reciprocating steam engines supplied by coal fired boilers each assembly wait about about thirty tons and was raided for around twelve hundred lance. The third floor housed wooden frame wrapped with copper wire resistances that were used used for manually regulating the dynamo fields. The fourth floor was home to a thousand lamps that were used to test dynamos that needed inspection or repair. The first engine and generator assembly was tested on july fifth eighteen eighty two the station went into service on september fourth pearl street street station used direct current which is an electric current that flows in one direction with alternating current on the other hand. The electric current changes direction periodically. Atakli customers were not charged for current until eighteen eighty three after the system for accurately recording the flow of current proven reliable so the first bill was to antonia brass and copper company for fifty dollars and forty four six the new york times officers were one of edison's since first customers pearl street station did not become profitable until eighteen eighty four other direct current low-voltage central station electric systems were later built around new york city in january of eighteen ninety. A fire destroyed some of the station but it was back up up and running not long after and stayed in operation until eighteen ninety four though edison defended the use of direct current. The rest of the world was gravitating toward alternating current. Either tom pearl street station shutdown. Other power plants have been designed to service larger areas edison sold the buildings and they were later torn down. I'm jeff code in. Hopefully you know a little more about history today you yesterday saturday.

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A Dual Engine Flameout in a Cessna Citation II

There I Was...

10:31 min | 3 years ago

A Dual Engine Flameout in a Cessna Citation II

"Bruce. I'd like to start with <hes> with you and jerry. The situation that we're gonna talk about is one that i don't think i've ever i heard about before and that is a dual engine flameout and a cessna citation and what we would refer to as <hes> what's commonly called a dead stick landing we sl were we're quite alarmed with the situation that you guys were presented with and <hes> we <hes> helped move the industry to put together. Some protection measures that other other pilots might not find the same. <hes> incident happened to them but bruce if you <hes> if you don't mind you jerry. Can you set us up with just a start the day i know it was a a flight probably a relatively routine flight from naples to niagara falls and do you mind just a setting it up and tell tell us the story sure. Absolutely we started that morning. As any other day we started at the base upon gorda they loaded up her plane reflected it just as we normally would not expect anything nathan law the norden ordinary fueled up enough fuel to get to naples knowing that we had to go later to niagara down to naples picked up our patient. We topped topped off with fuel from there. We loaded up and it was just like any other day. We loaded up. We're in the plane and we're at altitude cruise along at three five zero. Oh so far nothing's happened so i'll back up just a little bit airtrek. Your mission is <hes> patient mobility is that is this a fairly typical <hes> run for you guys. Can you talk a little bit about airtrek and what you guys do airtrek an air ambulance business and we've been in <hes> transporting patients <hes> <hes> this was a pretty typical flight <hes> where we started out of our base. We've positioned to another airport in this case naples and we generally go out of here so that we can meet landing weight at the other at the next airport so they put about forty two hundred pounds of fuel along here so each of the airplanes that were involved in this incident <hes> fueled with about four hundred fifty gallons of fuel here repositioned to naples where our medical staff goes into the hospital picks up the patient and then bring them back out while they're doing that the the the pilots post-flight and then reprieve flight the airplane and add what additional fuel that they need it that that place in this particular case naples and then they depart and go generally nonstop to their destination which in this case was niagara falls for these two gentlemen okay got it so oh fuel up at <hes> at punta gorda very sure short hop down to naples to pick up your patient something that's routinely done pretty commonly done and and is <hes> is punta gorda the home base for <hes> for airtrek. Yes it is okay all right so somewhere. You're you're familiar with operations. This put the fuel on board a lot of consideration into your weight and balance in your performance and and the things you think about when you're going <hes> that long distance in these these kinds of <hes> airplanes and now <hes> bruce you've mentioned that <hes> you're route of flight was from naples to <hes> niagara falls and i notice as i track that out here <hes> on the four flight looking at <hes> identifier alpha papa fox to india alpha golf and part of that flight <hes> you're about probably twenty five or thirty miles over the atlantic ocean. That's correct. I don't remember specifically that day if they give us direct right out normally it's it's more like <hes> they send you over. Lakeland ish area and then direct but we were at some point as much as twenty miles offshore. If i remember correctly yeah got it and so so far so good you're climbing up to flight level three five. Oh you're in a <hes> citation to. I believe is that right. That's correct okay citation citation to great performing airplane. I'm also typed in a in a citation <hes> three <hes> five to five type rating and so <hes> they're just great great performance airplanes. The citations are great for the missing. You're using it for the so far so good nothing unusual you're cruising altitude and then <hes> would you mind what happened next ex- sure we're in normal cruise. Everything's going as as expected and you know we've already. We're on step. We've picked up speed. We're an hour and twenty in very uh routine nothing nothing and i find myself fidgeting with the number one engine trying to get the end one fan speed where i wanted it and it was kind of reacting a little different than normal but not enough to be alarming not enough to even make note of <hes> after seeing me fidget aged with for a bit jerry actually asked me. What percentage are you looking for and i'm like well you know hundred and three percent ever take you know i just like being there and <noise> <noise> as we're messing with it. It's just kind of acting a little funny and i said to jerry you know i'm gonna pull this back to about ninety percent see what it does and then i'll put it back up because i just wanted to see how it just felt abnormal not alarming but abnormal so we pulled the number one engine back to about ninety percent of course it's it's pulled back without issue no problem and then when i tried to roll it back up towards the one hundred percent it went down to eighty nine eight eighty seven and continued to school back from there. That's when we <hes> said okay well. It looks like we're losing the number one engine. Let's ask for lower now that time jerry called up and ask a._t._c. if we could get one five fifteen thousand and about where were you at this point. <hes> geographically were you. Were you feet wet over the east coast florida or were you. We were probably closer to a beam savannah out over the water. We wear we're feet wet. I think we're beyond florida just just somewhere right there around florida georgia in that area got it and for our listeners not that familiar with the with jets jets and fan speeds. It's it's not uncommon to run in your in. One fans speed it over one hundred percent right. Can you just talk to us a little bit about the difference between in one and into your fan speeds and the things you're looking at for a jet engine sure of course just like a and flying. J got a <hes> if you look in the book. You've got a certain r._p._m. Setting that you're looking for we have a similar thing. It's just based on the n one fan speed. That's basically the r._p._m. Of the front of the front half of the engine <hes> <hes> in this case the book reads the charts performance charts at minus twenty degrees celsius which is what it is up there at thirty five thousand we're able to run the fans of two hundred and four percent so i don't particularly myself like to just hold them at a hundred and four that doesn't give me any leeway if it sneaks up on me because it gets colder so i usually answer closer to one hundred and three percent okay got it great and so <hes> you mentioned that it didn't feel right but it was more that you weren't really feeling anything. Anything is more. You're just you're cruising at altitude monitoring your engine instruments in your cross-check and you're noticing that in one just isn't quite where you want it right. Yeah yeah your typical response on the thrust levers when you push it forward a little bit you expect it to bump up a tenth of a percent or if you pull a back you know you'd expect a tenth of a percent and it really it wasn't reacting the way you'd expect everything was perfectly smooth and there was no actual feel and the butter meter but the reaction of the percentage percentage to the thrust setting wasn't what was expected. Yeah wasn't quite just based on your experiences. Just seems like a little bit of a head scratcher right and this isn't quite right or we're actually had we actually had a pretty good split on the throttles by then you know where they the number two where it should be number. One is actually above it and we weren't anywhere near the same r._p._m. Okay yeah so that's looking different to physically the throttles are are separated. Were typically. They're matched up. You might have a fraction the difference between the the number one engine number two engine throttles but for the most part they're pretty close together in this case. You're seeing that is a pretty good physical difference. In were you have those <hes> so that's another kind of this right yeah okay and so <hes> so you pull the engine back <hes> the engine rolls back but then when you go oh to push it up it doesn't roll back up and actually starts winding down on you and so obviously that's alarming you know now. You've got a problem with the number one engine and you're we're at thirty five thousand feet walk supllies. What would you do from there well. We know what thirty five thousand with a single engine. We're not going to be able to maintain that altitude so the first thing before even even figuring out. What else do we just know. We need to go down so we've asked for one five fifteen thousand. They granted that to us fairly quickly <hes> within seconds. We've determined that this engine is probably not gonna come back to come back to life so we've asked for <hes> radar vectors to an airport at this case at this time. We just asked for an airport a large airport with nice weather. They suggested three of them. One of them was savannah sounded great. Yeah yeah we started punching in the information for savannah into the g._p._s. checking the weather check and runways of course as suggested. It seemed like a perfect fit for needs it was within within a reasonable distance and we started headed that direction and so when the <hes> jury when the engine started rolling back when you when you post it forward and you actually got a roll back on the r._p._m. And it kept rolling back so you knew it was eventually going towards zero and at that point had you still not had any kind of <hes> unusual indications. <hes> you know <hes> fuel. Indications are low fuel pressure or anything like that yet. No that was interesting. The fuel-filter light did not go on and so we weren't sure what we had here. If we had a mechanical problem what it was but other than stayed very smooth smooth just was rolling back and we never went zero <hes> the engines div returning anywhere between twenty four and twenty eight percent yeah interesting okay which makes sense right if it as long as he can freely windmill. It's not gonna go to zero percent. It's gonna it's gonna wind mill. <hes> do some air pressure in there but yet <hes> so you know and you could you feel the thrust

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 Soyuz Mission Aborted Minutes After Launch

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

09:57 min | 4 years ago

Soyuz Mission Aborted Minutes After Launch

"In what's being the most dangerous man space flight. Since the Columbia space shuttle disaster, the Soyuz spacecraft has suffered a mission aboard, just two minutes after launch from the back in cosmodrome in the central Asian Republic of Kazakhstan the spacecraft was carrying two expedition fifty eight crew members to the international space station. When they saw is if g rockets core stage suffered a sudden engine failure cool to the third stage has been disconnected. And in just a moment, the second umbilical tower will separate. Power onboard, and there's the second tower. Oxygen launch command has been issued seven, six. Four, three, two one. Engine that maximum liftoff Pindar is liftoff of the so use MS tin to the international space station carrying Nick Haig and Lexi of Chinon to the orbital complex. Nick hangs first time to watch to space sealed trindon's. Second hearing good first stage performance for the silliest delivering nine hundred thirty thousand pounds of thrust from its four boosters on single engine. I stage it's still use, measured sixty eight feet in length and twenty four feet in diameter, spurning liquid fuel for the first two minutes and six seconds of flight. Kamler. One thought the ever seen as well on board that you know. Well, thank you poppy everything proceeding as a intended for today's fly. Now just over a minute into it. Flossy of the Soyuz is about eleven hundred miles per hour. News. Well. And in well, copy everything looking good preceding nominally can't we have the escape tower for the us? Now jettisoned everything. Continuing nominally four strap on boosters of dementia, and they've completed their job, dropped away in announced toot of twenty eight statute miles Soyuz traveling about three thousand three hundred fifty miles an hour. He did. Seven. Of the. Separation. Enable power. Thirty seconds into the fight. So he's traveling about forty, seven hundred miles per now. We are in weightlessness accordance Ellison station. Bye. Keys whose have they eleven forty. Two seventeen is the time of the failures. One on a is eliminated copied shroud. Well, well, on worth we have. Always had, and the power is on coffee table. So what does recommendation. Personal. The deceleration. Through? Yes. You knew. Yes, little sour is one. Ballistic this, the man is son from central their puppies. You know, just point seven. We feeling rotation. The Gelo is Billy down for this. Win. Seventy two and building down there that there has been an issue with the booster, and we are standing by for information and we continue to get it from the Russian flight control team. But everything seems to be the crew. We had good come with them and they are okay team here in Michigan. Troll is working with their counterparts in Russian, getting more information on the issue with the booster that has changed as launch plan, getting more information which will provide as as soon as we have a little bit more and we can confirm now that the crew has started to go into the ballistic descent mode, they'll be going in a sharp landing today, and we're continuing to get more information from our counterparts at the rose cosmos space agencies to the peace to have happened as the full liquid fuelled strap on boosters. Nine by Russians is the first stage sip rated from the launch vehicles. Core second-stage is the Russians cool. It one minute and fifty eight seconds after liftoff. This boost the separation which takes place at an altitude of forty five kilometer. It is one hundred and fifty thousand fate involves a spectacular maneuver known as a curl of cross in which full boost boosted single Tena sleep. Flip outwards away from the coast stage only investigation suggested the debate, the foul to separate cleanly, either slamming into the core stage during the coral of cross maneuver and damaging the side of the fuselage or remaining passionately attached and possibly tearing up out of the fuselage

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Bus driver fired after telling man he wasn't picked up because he's black

WBZ Morning News

03:23 min | 5 years ago

Bus driver fired after telling man he wasn't picked up because he's black

"After a three alarm blaze at a three family home in everett on friday everett fire chief tony carly says it all happened very fast fight came in about ten to the this afternoon report of a fire at fifteen street my deputy called off with the working fire fire showing first engine company made entrance with a line to the second floor met with heavy fire we believe the hallway flashed on them injuring two firefighters transported to mass general resident rescued from the third floor was also injured and released from the hospital following the scandal involving a racist slur by papa john's pizza founder number of ball teams are suspending their relationships with the pizza chain the texas rangers baseball team and the new york yankees are some of them cbs's austin york has more on the fallout in the wake of the scandal involving a racist slur by papa john's pizzas founder john schneider the rangers have decided to suspend all promotions and advertising deals with the company smu communications professor steve lee says he's not surprised but says often this can be difficult stadiums poolside inch there's everything in programs and all that so it's not a i'm going to turn it off and it just doesn't run tomorrow he believes the pizza chain will survive the scandal the university of louisville has already announced it will remove the logo from its stadium and the miami marlins are also suspending their relationship austin york for cbs news dallas massachusetts bus driver is fired for telling a wouldbe passenger that he wasn't picked up because he's black the martha's vineyard transit authority says the exchange was caught on video wednesday afternoon the transit authority says it has zero tolerance for that type of behavior transit officials say the bus was travelling from edgar town to oak bluffs when the driver past the person the man took an uber and after catching up with the driver and asking why he was passed by the exchange happened wbz news time six oh seven we check business news with bloomberg and charlie pellett if you've been traveling lately you've probably noticed there is a building boom going on at airports where it record air travel right now and i mean airports just have to be able to handle this amount of travelers so they're expanding and run innovating facilities jeremy hill wrote the story for bloomberg news laguardia's undergoing and eight billion dollar expansion and lax is currently undergoing about a fourteen billion dollar makeover some other big projects are in denver dallas and orlando and as frequent flyers know this summer you're seeing packed planes and busy airports a lot of this is just spend lowfare so it's been really cheap to fly recently in large part because of low fuel prices now that's changing a bit surprised oil is increasing one airport trade group says american airports could need a hundred billion dollars in infrastructure upgrades and maintenance through twenty twenty one i'm charlie pellett bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty i'll former boston globe employees who accuses the newspaper.

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Shaquem Griffin, linebacker with one hand, drafted by Seattle Seahawks

Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

02:15 min | 5 years ago

Shaquem Griffin, linebacker with one hand, drafted by Seattle Seahawks

"Now from the komo twenty four seven news center boy social media exploding right now here's around the north west so all of the seahawks nfl in the fifth round of the nfl draft seattle seahawks have selected ucf lion backer she kim griffin griffin blew up the nfl combine despite having only one hand he's now reunited with his twin brother seahawks cornerback shaquille griffin i don't think i cried at my day and i couldn't hold it couldn't hold him and i'm i'm excited and i'm glad we made that choice and bring member of the back home there's will be a lot of fun to watch come fall shaquille speaking with espn and alaska airlines plane from seattle forced to make an emergency landing in hawaii overnight alaska airlines flight one fortyfive was heading from seattle to hawaii friday night when an oil filter bypass light came on the cockpit line says the pilots throttled down one engine of the plane and declared an emergency as they approached the islands the plane with one hundred fifty seven people aboard landed safely in honolulu luckily there were no reports of any injuries kelly bleier komo news avoid the water at summit lake thurston county health department saying a toxic algae bloom is growing there in the water could be dangerous for people in pets caution signs went up yesterday until the algae is gone health department says you shouldn't drink swimmer eat fish from that lake recall are they have the same scenario just about this time last year a sixty year old man in custody after a three hour standoff deputies and shelton yesterday mason county sheriff's department sang a standoff began at about three thirty at home at a trailer park on east shelton springs road investigators say the man tried to stab sheriff's department employees who was serving him in a vixen notice the employee was not hurt the man and barricaded himself inside the home and refused to come out or communicate with investigators deputies did evacuate nearby homes as a precaution and swat team was called in deputies eventually use tear gas and a canine team to enter the home and arrest the man he was taken to the hospital for evaluation mall in washington state patrol teaming up volunteers to help a group of homeless people at the rest area in federal way state patrol tells us as many as eighty homeless people stay at that particular restaurant near exit one forty two on any given night friday night local homeless resource organizations and troopers held an event.

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