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05:02 min | Last week

"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Well in all the different rifles because they've got that kind of consistency there. That's really what you're looking for. You can that way you can put to bed any worries about the gun and the ammo, and start worrying about the real deal, but not behind the butt plate. That's you and me. Making it where we shoot better, getting some classes, getting some training, going online, looking at Ryan kleckner, videos, and on YouTube, which are really excellent. We just all need to be a bit better. Back with the year 8 6 6 talk gun, if you want to join us right now, give me a call. If you want to be a part of the after show, we'll give you a call right now, Tom. Talk, gun. That's our number. Tom talk gun. Let's see here. Our recall then he's in Troy, Idaho, I guess that is. Hey, ray. Hey, Tom, how are you? I'm good. Where's Troy? About 30 miles away from Lewiston. Okay. Good deal. All right, I know where you are. So what's on your mind, sir? Next time you come around, we'll have you dinner. Wife's best cooking house. Sounds terrific. Yeah, good deal. I just up the road from me. We used to do something when I was in basic training in the army called the dime washer exercise. I have not. With the M 16, they push her. Huge diameter washer up against your front sight. And then it took two people to address the dime on the barrel of your rifle. And you had to pull a trigger and the dime wasn't supposed to fall off. And we would do that for hours and hours and hours, and then some more hours, right? The whole point where the dime shouldn't fall off your barrel. And I don't know what the washer was about. I don't need that. I wondered about that. I mean, I get the whole idea of seeing people practice with handguns, balancing a dime or even a stack of coins on the barrel, pulling the trigger without disturbing it, trying to have good trigger control. My concern with what you're describing is that the trigger pull on a service M 16 or an M4 is pretty rotten. Yeah. Well, yeah. They don't spend a lot on them. Yeah, to say the least, they just wanted to go bang. So that would really require you to concentrate. But was it worthwhile? Did it pay off for you? I'm on determined. I don't know. I eventually, it took me several years, but I eventually got to where I shot 40 out of 40. And only one time I didn't shoot 40 out of 40 and that was the hand of me and M4 and I just, I wasn't accustomed to it. Right. Well, there you go. Well, look, I appreciate it. Dime wash exercise. Very interesting. Let's get Tony in here. We can get him in for the end of the show here on four. Hey, Tony, I got about a minute for you. So talk to me. Hey, Tom. I've got a load worked up for 6 5 create more. I've been loading for about 50 years. It's a one 50 5 lot mega. Make your great again. And it knocked the buck down at about a 150 yards out, but anyway, you might want to look at that. Okay. Yeah, it won't bounce off of Elk. I guarantee you that. Does this? 6, 5 is for penetration. And you got to have light out there. And the better you're going to have. So you get some great sexual density out of those 6 5 bullets that 140 grain and anything beyond that heavier in 6 5, you have terrific sexual density. So there you go. Appreciate the call, sir. Hey, if you want to be a part of the after show, call me right now. We're going to have some fun there. We're actually going to use Tom a little bit, I think. And if you're on hold, you actually get to hear the whole thing. You don't have to wait for the show. In the meantime, doodle practice, no correction, do a lot of practice. Make a commitment to practice, make a commitment to supporting Second Amendment groups. If I say that I could get you a thousand rounds of ammo for a $100, what you do it, sure you are. How about throwing that hundred bucks at one of the gun rights groups? Where we get great returns. Just a thought for you. I know not everybody can do that, but just to start. In the meantime, go do a little shooting and then do a little bit more and then get some training and do some more shooting. You know why? Because this stuff is fine. We'll see you next week.

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"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

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02:08 min | Last week

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"Wow. It was really, really great. I guess. That is a hunt story that arranged report. Yeah, well, he used the 150 grain Winchester round and he had the boy shooting that out to 85 yards. And he said he was hitting in the kill zone, so when the deer came within 50, he shot him, knocked him right down. And the deer was not quite done yet. So we put another one in him. And he said, my grandson did that all his own. And finished him off. He still moving, we're going to put another inning. There you go. That's what you should do. Yeah. Yeah, he did the right thing. That is terrific. You know, you sound like one proud grandpapa. Oh, yeah. And you know what? I had to go out and get all the reloading stuff now for that. So of course you did. Of course you did. Steve, thank you. That is a great story. Thank you so much for the call. I love that. Almost 7, 6 year old used a three 50 legend, got about 8 point buck whitetail buck. God, I love that. You know, look, here's the deal. They all work. All these cartridges work. If it's like 6 5 creed more, one of the things that Ryan said is that they just work in everything. They tend to shoot well and all rifles. However, if you have a rifle already in a 7 O 8 or two 57 or whatever, and it shoots really well. And you really like it. You might not be compelled to change it for a 6.5 creedmoor. On the other hand, if you're saying I just want a rifle that I know I can buy and it's going to shoot and I can use it for everything probably a 6 5 creed more is not a bad way to go. And now everybody's making them in a lot of these rifles are light. I mean, you're talking 6, 6 and a half pounds for hunting weight. And they're still shooting less than an inch. They shoot great. And according to Ryan, all the different types of ammo, shoot

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"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

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02:05 min | Last week

"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Back. I'm Tom Gresham. It's gun talk. Of course that's what I'm doing here. Our number 8 6 6 talk gun. Drew called us out of Nevada. Drew, what's going on? It's not like you got some guns to report on. Yeah, well, I've got a custom two 57 Roberts that doesn't seem to care what I think that all goes into one slightly negative home but a hundred meters so what kind of rifle is it? What kind of rifle is it? It's custom built. What action? It's a Mauser 100 commercial action with I'm not yet I know it's a match grade to barrel blank that was turned down to I think about a number two taper. And a bell and Carlson stock with cans are double set trigger and I haven't seen cans are triggers or heard about cans are triggers in 20 plus years. I think I want to say they went out of business at least ten years ago. I still think I still have a can jar in one of my rifles, but I've replaced everything else with Timmy's. Well, I've put Tim nay triggers. I put I put a Tim new trigger in my 7 O 8, which is on a 98 miles action with a macmillan stainless heavy barrel. That liberty is built for silhouette, right? But that anything I put through it goes into three eighths of an inch or less. Wow. I'm curious why you went with a two 57 robbers. Because I love that cartridge. Yeah, I do too. It's my favorite hunting rifle. Well, it took it out about a week after I got it. I got it cited in and then took two sheep with it. Wow. So it's

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"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

01:32 min | Last week

"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Dried out with no oil on anything and try it again, okay? That makes sense with the black residue that I was seeing on the next. And how that's starting to make sense, the fact that you have, it sounds to me like you possibly have over oiled this gun. So take the bolt out, clean it off, wipe it all down with cloth, in fact, you don't even have to put any oil on the back of the lugs. Don't even worry about that for right now. And there's going to be enough in there. And then get a chamber swab, you may have to buy one to run in there to clean the chamber and also the races where the cut outs are for the lugs and the bolts. You want those dry in there as well. Try a few shots that way. If that cures that we figured it out, and then all you need to do to oil things is put one little dab of oil or one little dab of grease on the backside of the lugs on your bolt and that'll take care of it. Hey, I appreciate the call and I'm glad you filled in the information on the oiling. That's it. That really I think is probably the source of our problem right here. All right, 8 6 6 talk gun. We right back. Sierra bullets is home to some of the finest bullet makers on earth. They're called the bullet Smiths. In Sierra is the only bullet manufacturer who has them, cutting edge technology meets handcrafted real world wisdom to make Sierra a

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"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

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07:01 min | Last week

"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

"And to bring it back around to the 7 PRC, I'm a big fan of it. I personally am going to use 300 PRC if I have a choice because I'm bigger and I like the bigger cartridge. So the distance, but I'm going to probably recommend the 7 PRC more because you can fit it into a normal length action. It can fit into something like a tika or a 300 P or C camp. It has considerably less recoil. I mean, for example, my 11 year old daughter shot her Elk with it just fine, had no problem at all. And even though it may not give you a whole lot more on paper than the 7 million rem mag, what it does let you do is get those bullets, these modern long sleek bullets to stick out a lot longer. And it gives you a lot more forgiving chamber dimensions. And I think it's the way to go. There you go. Hey, Ryan, I'm out of time. I'm going to scoot up. Where do people need to go to find what you're doing? Check out gun university. That's why I knew his project and everything I do is there. Gun university dot com. Perfect. Ryan kleckner, thank you so much. Always a pleasure have you here. You take care of my friend. All right, 8 6 6 talk gun. We're open lines. Let's talk. All right, that could be a 6 6 talk gun on Tommy Russia. It has gun talk after my conversation with Ryan kleckner. Wow, that was good interview. We went online, I'm looking up left handed 6 45 creed boards. I have, I admit, I have avoided the creed more. You know, I've got two 57 Roberts, I've got 7 O 8s, I've got this and that, and it's like, I don't need that. And then to get somebody like Ryan says, yeah, that's pretty much all I do now. Here's the creed Mormon. and he's one of them. There you go, okay. All right, I get off your stubborn horse here. Start paying attention, so click it alone line, looking at things. Because of course, I need another gun. Oh my gosh. Let's go talk with Jose in Tucson 5. Jose, you're on gun talk. What's going on here? Hey, Tom. Thanks for having me. I just wanted to say so I got this savage access to 30 O 6 has the same steel barrel. Went out and shot it for the first time. Yesterday and the shell casings kind of getting stuck, they wouldn't, I couldn't pull the bolt back. It was and I didn't want to sit there and try to hammer on it with anything. I had a cleaning rod with me and if I just held the barrel up, and I could let the cleaning rod go, you know, just the weight of the rod was just enough, you know, to hit the casing out and the bolt would come back. So we're gonna really shoved in there too bad, but I don't know what was going on with it. Are we talking factory ammo? Yeah, in fact, we have while I was using corn lock and the PowerPoint and then one of the federal and the cheaper federal one 65. Okay, so we've eliminated the whole issue of reloads. So when you shoot the rifle, you left the boat, but you can't pull the bolt back. Is that right? Yeah, there was a couple times where I was able to kind of wiggle it and just kind of go forward and back and it would come out, but you could just feel it like hanging up. What are the cases look like? And you see anything unusual in the fired cases? At the range we're at, they have like a place where you could dispose of the brass. I wish I would have brought some with me, but when I did pay attention, I could see on the neck, they kind of look like they were black. It had like a little bit of black residue, and it was like, it looked like it was scraping slightly. Okay, here's what I'm going to suggest you do. And I know a Tucson, you've got gunsmiths around there. We're going to try to eliminate a few things that may not be the issue. The first thing I would do to be taken to a gunsmith and have him use a go no go gauge to make sure that the chamber is cut correctly. Basically you need to make sure the head space is okay and everything's okay with the chamber. And any gunsmith can do that for you. If that is okay, I'm trying to think of where to go from here because that is that's a weird circumstance you've used three different kinds of ammo. There's something going on. I guess the one thing I just, it's easy and cheap would be to make sure that the chamber itself is clean and run a brush in through the chamber, one that's larger diameter than the bore of the rifle and just make sure the chamber is really clean and there's nothing like hung up in the neck or anything to do that. Beyond that, if you don't get satisfaction and then shoot it again and see if it does the same thing again. I'd fire a couple rounds if it does the same thing again. Put a call into savage and tell them what's going on. They will take care of it. They're probably going to say, hey, send it back and let's take a look at it. Okay. I had one question. So after going home and being in my head and trying to figure it out, everything I kind of read. The only thing I could think that I did wrong and I wanted to ask you this is that when I oiled the bowl because it was new and I cleaned it and everything so when I went out I oiled the bolt was a little bit of oil. The only thing I could think of is if I got too much oil on the goal and it got in there in the chamber and that's what I had seen that that can cause it to have a higher pressure. Ah, okay, good. I didn't realize all right. Go back in and clean all the oil off of everything. No oil on anything put one on this is a two lug bolt system if I remember right. I'm going to take the bolt out. You put one literally one drop of oil on the back side of each of the two lugs. So that's two drops of oil. Nothing else on the bolt and get a swab chamber swab and run it in there and clean out the chamber and dry it out. Yes. Now with the idea that there may have been a lot of oil in there, the here's what happens when you shoot the cartridge, the brass cartridge expands and grips the side of the chamber. And it becomes a gasket. And it seals all the powder in the pressure, it all goes forward. If everything is oily and slippery, it doesn't grab it, it doesn't seal it, and you can actually have powder escaping where it shouldn't, and this is a very inelegant way of trying to explain it, but get everything

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"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

05:41 min | Last week

"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Have seen him on Tucker Carlson. He's been on Tucker's show a few times talking about gun rights in the wake of maybe shootings, different things. He's also practicing attorney as well as being a firearms instructor, long-range shooter in an avid hunter, Ryan, you just got back from an account with your daughter. I've seen the pictures. You guys scored. We sure did. We she got her cow and I got my bowl. We both used that new 7 millimeter PRC. All right, there's all, I mean, and you know, you've been around long enough, we see new cartridges come and there's another one, and there's another one in there is another one. And I have these terrible tendency to say, I don't need that. We don't need that. It doesn't matter if it was the 6th creedmoor or whatever it was. We've already got the 6 5 by 55 yada yada yada. And then later on, I come to realize, we'll actually maybe there really was something to that. So that being the case, you've shot the 7 PRC, brand new cartridge, 7 millimeter, ballistics just in terms of velocity, it looks a lot like a 7 roommate in mag, what do you think? That sure does. So I don't think you have a bad tendency, by the way, to hold off. I think I love supporting our industry. I love seeing new products come out, but I'm right there with you. I am very slow to adopt a new cartridge. As a matter of fact, you mentioned my book leading updated. When my book came out, I still wasn't on the 6 5 grade more yet. I was saying, guys, 600 framework is great. It's new. It's fancy, but every year, something new and fancy comes out. And I'm glad you and I didn't jump at it because if we jumped at the 6.5 creed more of the concept of it, I would have gun safes full of two 60 Remington rifles right now because two 60 Remington is about the same thing as a 6 by three more. Yes, it is. So I waited to see which one won out. I waited to see that staying power. I waited to see if it really was going to make sense. And once it got adopted and now I realize how much sense it makes, now I'm fully on board and I shoot 6 5 creed more for almost everything now. Heck, the last three or 5 Elk I've shot have been 6 5 creek war. I took one in Africa. High red and an online group that 6 5 more bounces off of Elk. I mean, I would consider it the bare minimum and I don't necessarily recommend people use it because everyone's abilities and needs are different. But it can be done. It works as it works for me and my daughter for the last few Elk. But every once in a while, new cartridge comes along that makes sense to me. And the 300 PRC was the first one that did. When that 300 PRC came out, I looked at it and it was the magic of the 6.5 creed more, just like someone put it on a photocopy machine and a large to 30%. Right. All the dimensions were the same. The shoulder angles, though, that length, all the magic that makes the 6 F three more work so well, was adopted and brought over to a bigger cartridge. So now most of my target rifles are those too. So what's the magic? What makes it work? Well, if you ever notice, so let's say ten years ago and before, you would have a nice three of what you talked about a custom rifle. Some rifles were good shooters, some rifles weren't, even from the same manufacturers. They make a model rifle, you buy two of them one's a great shooter one's not. Or your rifle really liked one brand of ammunition, but it could not shoot the other brand. It means that they were finicky on which bolt was being used which velocity and things like that. The magic of that 6 5 creed more is if you keep an open mind about it, just about every single rifle out there can shoot just about every make and model of ammo pretty darn well. And the reason is we figured out modern manufacturing intolerances that have that right neck length to the right shoulder angle to the right case volume to the bullet sticking up the magic amount that it just works in almost every rifle. And that's why 6 5 creed wars such a great round and it's going to be around for I think for a long time and it's a great target round. It's the same thing. I haven't shot one yet that is not just a shooter of a rifle. The other thing about the 6 by creed more. You know, a lot of people make fun of it, you know, because they like their 7 bags or the 300 mags and I'll but I think not only is inherently accurate, but it's also very suitable because of the lower level of recoil. Exactly right. For now, I was solidly three away guy because so many tax dollars have been spent teaching me to shoot three O 8 and now I'm only 6 5. I have no reason for my life to shoot a three O 8 anymore. She targets better with a 6 5 grade more. I hunt better with a 6 5 grade one. It's a lighter, less recalling rifle. Passed 200 yards. It has more energy on the target than a three O 8 does. Yep. So this little bullet that recoils less and is lighter to carry around actually is more effective having a distance. Why wouldn't I take it? Yeah, isn't that crazy? All right, so here's a question for you. We were talking about doing all this practice stuff. And ammo is expensive and blah blah blah. It's a reason we couldn't do a lot of this, get off the bitch, practice with a 22 rimfire. No, you definitely could. And I'm glad you did a 22 versus something like a two two three or something like that because good 22 ammo is fairly inexpensive. You can get great results out of it. I think you can get even cheaper by just dry firing. I solidly believe Tom that especially new to intermediate shooters should be spending more time dry firing than they should be live firing. That's how you get better. I have my students and courses sit there for an entire morning sometimes just dry fighting because everything you do or fail to do with that rifle is put into the rifle up into the point it goes click and a little bit of follow through.

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"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

03:36 min | Last week

"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

"But it's really, really hard. And it's also hard to get used to shooting a position. When you think taking a knee and shooting is easy, well, until you look up some of the tips or tricks that I or some others talk about or really have some considerations to look at, do you really realize how much more stable you can get or how much more practice and better you can get and I've been an hour for the average shooter shooting from the knee shooting for leaning up against the post would make them much more of a successful hunter. Then chasing was pretty little groups of the range. What about practicing shooting offhand? Just pure old offhand. I think that's great. I encourage people to get stable as possible. And so even myself, I have made offhand shots before. Before it got taken down off of YouTube, there was a great offend shooting video of me one time, but it got taken down. So I like it. So sometimes for fun. But if you're hunting, you have a chance to take in the or use a slang or lean up against a tree, I'm almost always going to do that. Absolutely. Backpacks are great. If they've got a frame of lean over those shooting sticks, I shooting sticks, that's how I got my idea with my two 57 weather be a couple of weeks ago. I had my walking sticks and I got a little doohickey that allows you to snap them together and you've got cross shooting sticks and went down on one knee using shooting sticks and went there it is. And you know what? It was easy. If you have a good rest of your practice, it's easy when you know how to do it. Well, here's one of those tips I was talking about. I'll share it for people. When you're taking a knee, if you have nothing in front of you to support, then I want your support side knee, the front knee to be up. And your back need to be down because then you can put your elbow on that front knee and now you're supporting the front of the rifle. If you have shooting sticks or if you're leaning up against a tree or resting the front rifle in something, I don't need that front knee up anymore. Now the part of the rifle is going to move the most is my back elbow. I encourage people to remember to switch their knees and put their back in the app and now they're resting their shooting arm on the back knee and they're stable in the front and the back. Just a little things like that that until you practice them and feel they work because they're going to make sense for you. So you're saying it actually taking training, getting training in this can be helpful. Yes, there can. One of the reasons that people are less accurate, I think, when they do this, is it being in the prone one bipods with a heavy rifle or being on a bench rest? It hides your errors. So the most inaccurate part of the system is you and me. I'm the most inaccurate part of any rifle I shoot Tom. I consider myself a professional shooter and I don't care how she junky of a rifle you get, it will always shoot more accurately without me, right? If I take the worst rifle you could find and you bolted it into a vise. It would shoot better than when my hands always adding a certain amount of an accuracy to a system. If someone says, where did this throbbing pulsing mass of protoplasm and we're not still with this movie? Massive jelly. Yeah. So not only are you moving when you're underneath, I think the reason that people have a hard time shooting me or offhand is not that theoretical is moving so much. I think if they have bad trigger control and you end up jerking the shot off of the target because it's not being held still by the bench. So practice can not be overstated. Hold on a second here, Ryan, we'll come back and we'll talk about this new 7 millimeter PRC cartridge. You just took it out, ran it to the range, and then you took it out and used it on an Elk hunt. Also, I got an idea. Is there a way that we could practice this stuff? Maybe with 22

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"prc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:08 min | Last month

"prc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And greater and greener economy will draw funds away from, dealing with other big issues such as the property crisis and others. The PBOC said the reference rate at 7 1698 per U.S. dollar. We are seeing the C and H trade here at 7 25 33. Dalien one 46 51, the yield on the ten year treasury 3.91%. Paul over to you. Thanks very much, Brian. 23 minutes to the top of the aisle. Let's get a chick of global news. And Russian president Vladimir Putin says the U.S. is out for world domination. It Baxter's got more. It. All right, thank you very much, Paul. He says the west as a whole has taken steps to escalate conflict in recent months. He points to what he says is U.S. escalation in Ukraine and talk of military action in Taiwan as well as choking supply of energy markets again. This is Putin talking about the U.S. as for nuclear weapon threats in Ukraine. He says we don't need nuclear strike on Ukraine. There is no point either military or political. He said Russia had only dropped hints. Meanwhile, China's foreign minister Wang Yi has held a conversation with Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov and says China wants to deepen cooperations with Russia at all levels. The U.S. issued an updated national defense strategy today saying that China remains the greatest threat to the U.S. national security and that nuclear weapons are the last line of defense. This is defense secretary Lloyd Austin. The PRC is the only competitor out there with both the intent to reshape the international order and increasingly the power to do so. Saying the U.S. will not allow to rule out the use of nuclear weapons to fight conventional threats. Meanwhile, the U.S. is fearing falling behind both China and Russia and the arms race to deploy hypersonic weapons and its tested its own today out of Virginia, navy vice admiral Johnny Wolfe says this will have a capability of operating internationally this hypersonic weapon gives us the capability to get deep inland in some of the things that we need to do. And most importantly, for what we're doing in the navy by putting in on a ship and putting it on a submarine, it allows us to pretty much go anywhere in the ocean. Yeah, the vice admiral says they should be ready to be deployed next year. And with the volatility of the world situation, new U.S. Pentagon strategy paper today rejecting a ban on using nuclear weapons against conventional says burgeoning threats from China and Russia by 2030 may have to be put down in very strong terms. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg. All right, Douglas. Thank you, Eddie. We're looking at weakness right now in equity markets across the apac region in Hong Kong, which has been up and running now for about ten minutes or so. A loss of only about four tenths of 1%. We have a very important piece of eco data here in the states tomorrow. That is the fed's preferred measure of

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"prc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 2 months ago

"prc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The grand Cayman Islands moving northwest. A majority of U.S. Democrats and Democrat leaning independents want the party to replace Joe Biden as its nominee in the 2024 presidential election. That's according to a Washington Post ABC poll reported today. Just 35% of this group preferred Biden for the nomination while 56% say the Democratic Party should pick somebody else, according to the poll. Italian voters are expected to elected Georgia maloney as prime minister today, which would make her the country's first female and first far right prime minister since it became a republic. Maloney leader of the brothers of Italy party is the favorite to win the general elections as the head of the right wing coalition. That, according to opinion polls published before a blackout period. China is foreign minister Wang Yi addressing the United Nations General Assembly in New York yesterday. Vehemently defended the People's Republic of China's claim to Taiwan, telling assembled world leaders through a translator that anybody who gets in the way of China's determination to reunify with Taiwan will be crushed by the wheels of history. It was but one China in the world and Taiwan is a part of China and that the PRC government is the sole legal government representing the whole of China. You said only when China is completely reunified can there be enduring peace across the Taiwan strait. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Your listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. This week, the fed raised rates another 75 basis points and chair Jay Powell signaled they are not done yet. The FOMC is strongly resolved to bring inflation down to 2%. And we will keep at it

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Pelosi Is in Taiwan Against the Administration's Wishes

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Pelosi Is in Taiwan Against the Administration's Wishes

"According to The Washington Post, The White House worked urgently to deescalate tensions with China as House speaker Nancy Pelosi met Wednesday with Taiwanese president Tsai ing Wen and other officials during a high profile visit to the self governing island against the administration's wishes, hoping to head off a geopolitical crisis mid threats and military maneuvers by Beijing. White House officials warned that China is preparing itself for possible aggressive actions in response to Pelosi's visit beyond this week. They reiterated forcefully that the Chinese Communist Party should not use the visit as a pretext to increase military activity in and around the Taiwan strait. But of course, that's exactly what China is going to do. White House spokesman John Kirby, who is the National Security Council, spokesperson, he said, we've seen a number of announcements from the PRC in just the last several hours that are unfortunately right in line with what we had anticipated. China has positioned itself to take further steps. We expect they will continue to react over a longer term horizon. Pelosi said quote we will not abandon our commitment to Taiwan. We are proud of our enduring friendship. So I presented below you with a medal. The order of propitious clouds with special ground cordon for her work promoting U.S. Taiwan ties. Jake Sullivan, Biden's national security adviser spoke with his Chinese counterpart to defend Pelosi's right to visit, but even so, do not think the trip was a good idea, according to The White House, Sullivan expressed concerns about Pelosi's trip to multiple administration officials and asked for suggestions on how to dissuade her from traveling to Taiwan.

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"prc" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

04:59 min | 4 months ago

"prc" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Nancy Pelosi elicits such violent negative rhetoric on Twitter that I'm not going to bother quoting much or any of that. But there is a broad perception that this is more about her than it is about the U.S.. Sagar and jetty writes, the biggest problem with the Pelosi trip is its fueled by her narcissism and desire to be feted in waning days of her speakership rather than any strategy. She is Yas queening the U.S. into greater tensions with a nuclear armed power, but doesn't have to deal with the consequences. The people who actually do have to deal with the consequences, the duly elected president, leader of her own party, and the U.S. Military don't want her to go. M Taylor frell, who studies China's foreign insecurity policies at MIT writes. A few things to bear in mind. First, since last fall after Biden's two gaffes in October, senior Chinese leaders have expressed elevated concern about changes in the U.S. one China policy and U.S. policy towards Taiwan. Wang Yi and late October began describing the U.S. as pursuing a fake one China policy. Xi Jinping at least twice Warren Biden in separate virtual meetings not to play with fire over Taiwan. Thus, China will likely believe it needs to restore its credibility and bolster its red lines over Taiwan and deter further erosion of U.S. policy. Second, the People's Liberation Army is nearing the peak of its annual training cycle. Many units are active in the field. They can be easily tasked to undertake additional operations. Third, the PRC Ministry of Defense stated on July 26th that quote, the Chinese military will absolutely not sit idly by. So there are two things here that favela is talking about. Military specifics, of course, but also this perception of a shifting U.S. stance. The question is, is the Biden administration pivoting away from strategic ambiguity into active deterrence rhetoric? Favel also wrote another threat about when we're likely to see a response. The response will almost certainly include a military component, most likely with a show of force in the first instance, live fire exercises, a much greater military presence within the Taiwan strait and especially across the median line, even missile tests. This response will also include economic and diplomatic actions, probably mostly targeting Taiwan. The response will likely unfold over days if not weeks, but likely start after Pelosi departs Taiwan. China will do more than surge aircraft into Taiwan's ADI for a day or two. The goal will be to underscore resolve without sparking escalation. But the likely prominence to the military component will include the potential for miscalculation. There are also significant U.S. naval assets in the region at the moment. Now, of course, the other side of this is a question of whether China is really going to go to war over a visit from Pelosi. Diogenes out Wall Street cynic rights, China playing a strong social media saber rattling game. But what if Pelosi visits and they do nothing? Trying to understand their strategy here. Are they really going to commit their military over a visit? Josh Rogan, a Washington Post columnist, writes of China does something aggressive when the Pelosi delegation visits Taiwan. That's China starting a crisis, not the United States. The Chinese government should take a deep breath and relax. Let's talk then about the China side of this. Our rhetoric almost entirely views China as a rising power, and clearly that's true when you take a 20 year view. But there are concerning weaknesses that could make conflict more not less likely. How brands again wrote a book recently with Michael Beckley called danger zone, the coming conflict with China. In a Bloomberg op-ed a little over a week ago, he wrote, China's window of military opportunity is opening, as the People's Liberation Army reaps the fruits of a generation long build up focusing on defeating Taiwan and if necessary the U.S., but Beijing's political window is closing, as the population of Taiwan becomes ever more determined not to accept reunification on the mainland's terms. Impending demographic decline in a slowing economy are also threatening China's long-term trajectory. Perhaps putting president Xi Jinping in a now or never position. Historically speaking, this sort of situation is often tempted to satisfy powers to use force to achieve objectives they can not attain peacefully, with consequences that reverberate far and wide. Quoting that line stand for professor Neil Ferguson added, it is not strong confident powers that start wars, it is weakening powers that no time is not on their side. In his piece Ferguson discusses this economic insecurity further. Today's Chinese economy has acute slowing pains. Growth was negative in the second quarter. The IMF expects growth this year overall to be just 3.3%. And that strikes me as optimistic. The demographic trends in debt dynamics are dire, presaging continued trouble in an over leveraged real estate sector. On top of policies that have knocked the stuffing out of the country's big technology, companies and private education sector, she's doctrine of dynamic zero COVID has crushed consumer confidence. The latest reading points to the worst collapse in surveys began back in those distant 90s. The latest data from China's national bureau of statistics put youth unemployment at a shocking 19.3% in June. Surely it is obvious to someone in Washington that such a severe economic crisis increases rather than reduces the incentive for conflict with the U.S.. How ignorant of history do you have to be to not see Xi's urgent need for a new source of legitimacy for the CCP now that economic growth can no longer provide it. On this show we've recently discussed the huge problems with Chinese banking. There appear to be billions

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"prc" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:01 min | 9 months ago

"prc" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

"Growing export market in the world, they were ramping up to take about 30% of global single aisle output and it didn't seem like anything could stop that process except of course the deliberate government move to get people to, well, return to the bad old days of a state run economy. And to think twice about any form of consumption, really. So things had been changing, but nevertheless, the general feeling was even with that new lower level of growth. They were still an enormously important market. One aspect of it, though, of course, is that it had been a highly political market. You've got this sort of dual factor ordering system, which ends alluded to before. Where you have airlines saying what they want. But not having those orders converted to firm orders until the PRC government gave final sign off that inherently politicized the process. And because of the trade war with the U.S. and over the past few years, they had been Boeing had been watching its market share diminish. It hadn't really seen any orders of any significance for the past four or 5 years unfortunately for them. And they were all kinds of concerns that Airbus would be increasing. Its market share largely for geopolitical reasons. So it's within this greater context and of course the max recertification debate and the inherent politicization that has perhaps low role that process that all of a sudden this tragedy takes place. And it seemed like what was Boeing's been saying for months that the max was on the cusp of getting clearance to fly again in China, right? Yeah, that's exactly right. And of course, you know, given the fact that they're the only really important market out there that hasn't recertified it and had been deliberately taking its time and recertifying it was pretty clear that that process had been somewhat politicized and there were theories that maybe there'd be some sort of grand trade agreement and it would be a compromise reached and that would accelerate it. But it didn't look like anything was going to make things happen happen faster. And on top of that, you have this situation with resurgence of COVID because of the zero COVID tolerance policy and vaccine perhaps debatable effectiveness really kind of not putting a whole lot of stress upon the system. In other words, it's not like capacity was tight and people were screaming for deliveries of the max to resume. So that gave them a bit of breathing room in terms of the capacity demand to keep slow rolling things. Yeah, I might add to what Richard just said that Abbas has also not found it easy to make any new business in China of late. For both manufacturers, the backlog is becoming small in China that deliveries that are planned for the next few years are really a fraction of what they once were. Abbas has been hoping that follow up order approved by the central government would have happened by now. It has not. And I guess part of it is that for now, China doesn't need any additional aircraft..

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Deputy Secretary Sherman: We Have a United World Against Russia

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Deputy Secretary Sherman: We Have a United World Against Russia

"Went on with Brett bear on Sunday report on Fox News Sunday yesterday. Our first cut, please of Wendy Sherman. I hope that China is looking very carefully at what's happening. We have a united world with very grave and very consequential sanctions on Russia. We understand and support a one China policy. But we don't believe that China, PRC, to take Taiwan by force, and we will do everything we can to deter that effort by the PRC, and I think they're watching very closely. In fact, I think they made that statement Brett because they've seen what's happened and they're trying to go on the offense, knowing that they ought to be on the defense.

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"prc" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:53 min | 11 months ago

"prc" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"And it goes to sushi swap and an empties them all out. Because there's a million X missed price because we're inflating the virtual Ethereum supply, which is now called pulse, we're inflating that by a million X to give all the sacrifices or free coins. Now there's a million X mispriced in the ratios. Now all the PRC 20s are a million times cheaper than they should be. We need to drive up their prices a million fold so that everybody's market caps are even again because we inflated the pulse by a million. And so the automated market maker bot goes in there buys all their prices up a million X and ends up with a giant stack of PRC 20s. And it deposits those in the pulse system making it the most liquid exchange on the entire pulse ecosystem. And then those other ones will have to buy back their liquidity if they want to. At a extremely higher price or just add from their own bags. So what we're doing is our bots get rich by equalizing differences between two different price places. If you only have one price place with all the liquidity, it's more efficient because the arm bots don't have anything to get rich. So it's more efficient for the user. And originally, we're going to built in a fee burn into that, but you can't automate it because uniswap routing is off chain. Can't do it on chain to intensive. So there's going to be an address that could by and Byrne, but because the security laws, we can't say that you can expect that. So you just have to kind of watch what happens. Maybe you'll buy a burn. Maybe it won't. Can't give you any expectation of profit from the work of others because of security loss. So by the way, that pulse sacrifice is over a $1 billion now. Right here. Dot com. When I say over a $1 billion, I mean, there's $250 million of die sitting there stablecoin. There's like a $130 million of USDC sitting there. There's like $30 million of.

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"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"prc" Discussed on Gun Talk

"But here in Maryland, it's pretty much C ducks are the only opportunity that I get. Right wrong or indifferent. I led a bunch of my leases run out and didn't renew them. Because when you're traveling and doing as much hunting as I was doing, I really didn't need these leases here at night. So my opportunities have gotten a little bit limited in the last two years. But I still should see docs and I've been doing a lot of testing at the range. You know, we long started lupa rifle a couple years ago and we have a lot of new calibers and configurations of that coming out. So doing a lot of range time more than anything else. The whole second. All right, new so this is like appearing now. So can you actually announce what news coming out? This is groundbreaking stuff. I didn't even know where we were going to talk about this, but so there's new calibers for the loophole coming out. There are, yeah. So, you know, we started out with 30 zero 6 two 70, 300 win mag. Those did real well for us. We wanted to go with the larger calibers first. Then last year we came out with 6.5 three O 8 Winchester in two 43. Obviously been the bulk of the business because 6.5 is just really hot right now and that's what everybody wants three O 8s always a mainstay. So we've seen a lot of activity around those cast members. At chat show here in a couple of weeks, we'll be launching three new calibers. We're going to do a 6 millimeter creed more. We're going to do a 7 millimeter mag and we're going to do a 6 5 PRC. Oh, you're hitting you're hitting all those niches for all those guys that are big game hunters and the PRC. The PRC really crowd those guys are starting to take like 6.5 creed more guys or transitioning to that PRC. Yeah, they are. It's really gaining in popularity and application out in the field. It's not really just a target caliber anymore. So, you know, I've been taking all of our samples out and doing the typical accuracy testing across all the different loads. I can get my hands on, which is then a bit of a quite honestly, but reaching out to industry friends and calling in some favors and we're pretty happy with the performance we're seeing out of these guns. Do you have a lot of what's your TNA process like? Because obviously it can't just come from benelli. You've got to have outside sources kind of monitoring it and helping you out a little bit. What's that like? So, you know, the vast majority does actually come from the benelli plant. Have a world class testing facility. Slow motion.

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"prc" Discussed on Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão

Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"prc" Discussed on Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão

"If I just never. Got a dose. That's COVID-19. Or I know this sounds you don't go from your dad to say, no resisting. At those 23 prc events don't come from that. This is noise class that is part book is used to. All those days, which is used to register not ad, Oprah, occasion, too happy..

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"prc" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"prc" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Died in a chopper crashing In his case what happened was they got too close to a fire Oh and it sucked a man and that was that was it And I think that was 74 And K PRC So if it was also another one on Charleston WCS CEO I know the list is the list is that when I was a wibc the chopper went down fortunately nobody died but Paul page was injured so yeah Yeah it's unfortunate to say the least It doesn't happen as much anymore Thank God Yeah And I have no you know anymore used to be the stations would individually do it I have no idea if that's the case now or you know if they I know once metro traffic started and other companies like that they kind of pooled together I have no idea how that's done anymore You know I don't know at least I think it's called CT and central or community in traffic network and there'll be one person in the helicopter or the plane that will fly for several stations Right that's something airplane Yeah right and that's a better deal all the way around It's so good to hear from you I want you to call me again Good luck on that baby Thanks for having me All right All right so yeah I wonder we haven't heard from Donovan We got James We got time We got you on WGN radio Care has the power to bring kindness where it's needed It brings out the best in every one of us It doesn't just see people It takes time to understand them It puts the needs of others ahead of its own And when you start with care you end up with a very different kind of bank.

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Jen Psaki Flubs Question Over China Missile Development

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Jen Psaki Flubs Question Over China Missile Development

"That. Now I want to go to a Jen Psaki whopper yesterday. And were you in the press room yesterday? Yes. Okay. Do you know what I'm going to get? I don't know. Okay. It is cut number 17. You comment on reports that China has saved a nuclear capable hypersonic missile over this summer to the surprise of your professional as accurate and raised concerns about Chinese people's capability. I know general secretary Austin, I should say, was asked this question this morning and addressed it. But I'm not going to comment on the specific report. I can say echo what he said, which is generally speaking, we've made clear our concerns about the military capabilities that the PRC continues to pursue. And we have been consistent in our approach with China. We welcome stiff competition, but we don't do not want that competition to veer into conflict. And that is certainly what we convey privately as well. We welcome stiff competition, caught the eye of every person who follows nuclear weapons and especially hypersonics, Michael scheer. Did that sound like a clunker off of your ear when you heard it? Yeah, it did. I mean, you know. Welcoming stiff competition is what you normally think of in terms of perhaps development of consumer technology or something that doesn't have national security implications. It's hard to imagine the administration truly welcoming stiff competition when it comes to development of nuclear weapons or advanced advanced deployment systems of nuclear warheads. I mean, so yes that seemed to me to be at odd way of phrasing that

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"prc" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"prc" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"4594726 or by email at PRC at K. C. S c dot org Mhm Mhm Use it rightly and it can bring you anything you want. You are living in an hour. You can run with an event People lose for you What you don't want Good evening and welcome to closet Free radio, the longest running LGBT Queer Public Affairs, a radio show in the universe. My name is Kai Got everyone? It's Richard. Thanks for tuning in tonight. The closet for your radio For the next hour. We have all the LGBT Q. Plus content we can fit..

"prc" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"prc" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"President generation That would be Tom Fall grin and then the director Resource planning. Nick Phillips. Nic is ah! The rookie here had been on the show before. So, Nick, Welcome to the show. Thank you very much. All right. Um So, Ray, um, I know there's going to be a big announcement coming down the pike from PNM soon. I do believe I don't know if there's been a decision on that or not. But today you guys want to talk about integrated resource is what are we doing today? Yes. Well, first of all, Happy ground Hog day. Richard is it I think that a lot of us feel ever living in ground Hog day for the last year, but anyway, punks the Tony Phil saw his shadow. So six more weeks of winter and Don't know if you can call it that when it's 60 degrees in Santa Fe, February, But you know, that is it's timely and so we wanted to come on your show today to talk to your listeners because we really feel excited about our integrated resource plan. This is a 20 year plan that were required to file every couple years. With the New Mexico Regulatory Commission. And really this 20 years is really important because it gets us to 2040, which is our plans to be carbon free. And really, that goal is really important. One of the things that you know you and I have discussed before is that we all share a common goal. We know where we need to go, Which is we need to We need to clean up the electricity to make sure that we have a clean environment. But we also have to be make really aware that we live in an economically challenged state. And so that affordability is very important. And then obviously we want to make sure that when you flip that switch that the lights come on, and so the goal has always been the same. But the plan on how to get there is exactly what we've just released and so you have the two gentlemen in the state. That are responsible for those things. Nick Phillips and Tom Fall grin and what? What? So there's two things that really important about this plan. One is it covers that time period to get us to carbon free energy. But it also has a two scenarios in there, which is one a technology neutral and then also a no combustion scenario and that we think that is an important conversation at with our stakeholders. And our customers and our regulators because this is too important to kinda get wrong. And so obviously they're different risks under different scenarios and different costs under different scenarios, So I thought I'd bring you two gentlemen that are responsible for all this is all falls in their lap on to talk about this this 20 year plan, All right, and I apologized. All three of you. I am definitely in the dark Here. You guys can barely see me. I gotta get the lighting fixed here in the studio. I moved the camera. I thought to make things better, but actually, I think I made things a little bit worse. All right. No protest You? No, no, no, It's not a protest. You guys have cut off my electricity before because you know our conversations. All right, So, Nick, before we get into this, if you know this would be this will be somewhat technical. Is report available for people to go and play along download online or whenever they want can can people access its report online? They certainly can. If you were to go to www dot CNN dot com slash i r P You have the other flying these materials I r P is integrated Resource plan for 2020 2040. All right. I'm just gonna let you guys do it. Nick, You want to start you start with the plan. Sure throw me right in and I guess I've been told before. I don't know how the zoom workout I've been told about a voice and a face for radio. Maybe that's not quite right. These That's four of us. Maybe I could start out of my cure it. I think just one thing I want to say is, you know, like, Ray said, We've always had the end goal in mind. And I think a lot of states and a lot of entities have haven't a goal to get carbon free. You know what this does is actually plots the plane and this actually established is the plan. A lot of people have run their hands and you know about Hey, how are we going to do this? There's all these other issues out there. Well, you know, Nick and his spokesman back We've developed a plan on how we can actually achieve this. I think that's really exciting news. Okay, let me take it from there. Right, Nick before you jump in. Has this been approved yet by the PRC? Whoever has to approve it, or this is a proposal. This was filed with the PRC on Friday. They have 120 days to review and either accept the region. All right, describe it to us. Go ahead. You're so the plan. What we were. What we did is we applied fundamental resource planning practices. So this plan right now is the best chance that we have to get to carbon free by 2040 in a reliable way. Do what an affordable cost for a customer great kind of put forward. You know, there's two different scenarios, one that's techno neutral and one that is no new combustion. The two scenarios are more alike than they are similar in that both of them add significant amounts of renewable resources. Over the next 20 years to meet our 80% renewable resource requirements by 2040 as well as we eliminate carbon emissions completely from our system by 24 when we did so in a way that Is well ahead of schedule from what was hard by us to do under the Energy Transition Act vehicle between 2023 25. We anticipate reducing the.

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Faking a Factory: Creating and Operating a Realistic Honeypot

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:06 min | 2 years ago

Faking a Factory: Creating and Operating a Realistic Honeypot

"I want to touch on the set up of the honeypot first. So as you were alluding to at your presentation, one of the reasons for behind pod is to understand the kind of attackers that would be interested in manufacturing facility to compromise it. So can you tell us how you set up the ICS components industrial control systems components like the hitch? The robotics workstation and try to make it as realistic as possible. So we went through we we already had four different PLC's we've used for other projects, and so we took those sees initially we were going to try and create the logic. I. But we found out is that it was actually a lot easier for us to go through and create the h. m. i.. So he went through a couple of of what our factory should be. and. We decided that we would go with a prototyping factory and the reason for that is that we could make changes on the fly would be a little bit easier instead of only making one type of part, they're pretty much always going to have the same setup. So we wanted something that was a little bit flexible so that if we went through and made changes, it wouldn't. Be, unusual. So we took our pile sees a connected them into an HMO for the. We just started dropping in some different components of what we thought would be at a prototyping facility, and that included a like a hopper or a container for our product. Basically, it was plastics, and then that would feed into a process heater that would heat up the material that would then go through an extruder and that would essentially similar to like a three D. printer or a an injection moulding print out the product, and then it would go off to a conveyor belt essentially and then get shipped out. So we had the appeal see we had different peels for different components. One of the components that one of the PC's was for the agitator in the tank as well as one of. The pumps. So the product would flow out of the tank using the agitator and then get pumped into the process that was essentially one of our PC's we had another one map for the process heater. Then another one map for the stronger and conveyor belts, and then a final one for the politics and the traffic I challenge I was just GonNa say listen I'm not too familiar with industrial countries. Can you explain what Piazzi is and what Tim is So An H. M. I is basically just a graphical interface. So when a switch on appeal see is turned on or off, usually control that through the Hmo I, just really interface, it can do other things but the primary function of the. Our human machine interface is a graphical user interface. Essentially, the L. sees a parable logic controller it can be set up in a number of ways, but typically you have logic on the device you have inputs and. Output S-. So one of the inputs might be a temperature sensor another, which could be the RPM from a motor. The outputs can be as simple as an honor offs function to turn on and off the process heater or the conveyor belt could also be something that you would use to increase or decrease the temperature of the process heater the PAC controls through. I O ports it has logic in there so that you can automatically perform functions. So if the temperature goes above five hundred degrees Fahrenheit than the PLC would automatically turn that down to four hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. For instance, you can set preconditions within the appeal see, and then you can also perform other demands that are remotely done through something like the. HMO. So you have fall components in your sat out, you have the agitator, the burner, the conveyor about and polite tyler, and you have a POC inter phasing with each of these components to allow the operator to adjust to operate at the components. So mostly for monitoring some some of it was for turning the process on and off, and so they it they. Had A bunch of different or a few different functions primarily turning it off and on and monitoring while the actual PLC's and we use some kind of pseudo logic in there to make it look realistic although they weren't actually connected to a real conveyor belt they weren't connected to a real prosecutor. So we simulated some of that data. So how long did it take for your team to come out with this design including the logic in the PRC's? Once. We had kind of settled on what our business was. We took about two weeks to get all of the the. All of the logic setup up that included setting up all the monitoring and all the other pieces as well, and you also have robotics on his well. Yes. So that was a simulated by one of the PLC's we didn't have a real robotic arm we did have a robotics work station. Bats some software on there, but it didn't control anything. So the way that you exposed visit a net is by the time I and also the PIC's as well. Correct. So initially, we had exposed the the robotics work station and all of the Piel sees and we did that using VNC on view only after a while we weren't really seeing anything so. We exposed with on VNC using read and write, and that's when we started getting more attacks and how is this setup different from your previous research where you were looking where research water system and the gas monitoring system I think initially on those that they had just kind of exposed certain ports in certain services online that were common I, think with the. Confident it was common to a gas station setup. This one was a lot more interactive. It required a bit more monitoring a day to day basis the other projects we were just able to collect logs whereas this one, we were actually monitoring what people were doing on our system by doing video recordings and stuff like

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Barr Urges U.S. Companies to Resist Serving as ‘Pawns’ for China

America's First News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Barr Urges U.S. Companies to Resist Serving as ‘Pawns’ for China

"General William Barr says the U. S has become overly reliant on Chinese goods and services. Examples, including Face masks and medical gowns and other protective equipment designed to curb the spread of Corona virus that the attorney general's also accusing hackers linked to the Chinese government of targeting American universities and companies to steal research related to vaccine development and Attorney general Bill Bars, a cautioning American business leaders that do business with China Tech GIANTS America's big tech companies have also allowed themselves to become pawns of Chinese influence over the years. Corporations such as Google Microsoft, Yahoo and Apple have shown themselves all too willing to collaborate with the CCP. For example, Apple recently removed the news APP courts from its APP store in China. After the Chinese government complained about the coverage of Hong Kong democracy protests. Apple also remove the APP for virtual private networks. Which had allowed users to circumvent The great firewall and eliminated pro democracy songs from the Chinese music store. Meanwhile, the company announced that it would be transferring some of its iCloud data. The servers in China, despite concerns that the move would give the Communist Party easier access to e mails, text messages and other user information stored in the iCloud. America's corporate leaders might not think of themselves as lobbyists. You might think, for example, that cultivating a mutually beneficial relationship is just part of Ah, Of Guangxi system of influence influential social networking necessary to do business in the PRC, but you should be alert. How you might be used and how your efforts on behalf of a foreign company or government could implicate the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Bar's address at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, part of a full court press by the Trump administration outline what officials he is Beijing's burgeoning economic threat.

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Trump moves to scrap Hong Kong special treatment

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Trump moves to scrap Hong Kong special treatment

"President trump has chastised China over its threats toward Hong Kong and now he's taking action the president says the administration will take steps to sanction China in response to the country's new security law that threatens Hong Kong's long standing independence the United States will also take necessary steps to sanction PRC and Hong Kong officials directly or indirectly involved in a road in Hong Kong's autonomy and saw and just if you take a look smothering absolutely smothering Hong Kong's freedom the president announced the U. S. will no longer give Hong Kong the favorable trade relationship the island has always enjoyed China has replaced this promise for mayor of one country two systems with one country one system therefore I am directing my administration to begin the process of eliminating policy exemptions that give Hong Kong different and special treatment the state department will also be issuing a travel advisory for Americans in Hong Kong warning that they may be subject to increased danger and surveillance by Chinese

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Trump says U.S. will break off ties with World Health Organization

WBZ Afternoon News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Trump says U.S. will break off ties with World Health Organization

"President trump has been criticizing China over its treatment of Hong Kong specifically in response to a new national security law Beijing is trying to implement yesterday he took action CBS is Natalie brand the president says the administration will take steps to sanction China in response to the country's new security law that threatens Hong Kong's long standing independence the United States will also take necessary steps to sanction PRC and Hong Kong officials directly or indirectly involved in a road in Hong Kong's autonomy and saw and just if you take a look smothering absolutely smothering Hong Kong's freedom the president announced the U. S. will no longer give Hong Kong the favorable trade relationship the island has always enjoyed the president also said he was ready to take action to mandate the Chinese and other foreign companies listed on U. S. financial exchanges abide by American accounting and audit standards president trump also announcing the US is cutting ties with the World Health Organization because they haven't made reforms in response to what the president believes is China's mishandling of the corona virus outbreak CBS's been Tracy has more on that story the president lashed out at China and the WHL blaming them for allowing corona virus to spread the world needs answers from China on the virus the president said he would give the world health organization's thirty days to make reforms he waited just eleven it is now pulling the US out the U. S. has been the largest supporter of the

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Trump Moves to Revoke Hong Kong Trade Status, Stoking China Tensions

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Trump Moves to Revoke Hong Kong Trade Status, Stoking China Tensions

"President trump has chastised China over its threats toward Hong Kong and now he's taking action the president says the administration will take steps to sanction China in response to the country's new security law that threatens Hong Kong's long standing independence the United States will also take necessary steps to sanction PRC and Hong Kong officials directly or indirectly involved in a road in Hong Kong's autonomy and saw and just if you take a look smothering absolutely smothering Hong Kong's freedom the president announced the U. S. will no longer give Hong Kong the favorable trade relationship the island has always enjoyed China has replaced this promise for mayor of one country two systems with one country one system therefore I am directing my administration to begin the process of eliminating policy exemptions that give Hong Kong different and special treatment the state department will also be issuing a travel advisory for Americans in Hong Kong warning that they may be subject to increased danger and surveillance by Chinese

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U.S. accuses China of trying to hack coronavirus vaccine research

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00:37 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. accuses China of trying to hack coronavirus vaccine research

"The state department's latest warning on China's government accusations of attempts to steal American covert nineteen research secretary of state Mike Pompeii always demanding China stop its data theft and adds quote the PRC people's Republic of China continues to silence scientists journalists and citizens and spread disinformation which has exacerbated the dangers of this health crisis all part of steady growing trump administration criticism of the Chinese government from the corona virus to long held complaints on China's economic practices and the Chinese government accuses the US of needless

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