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Honda to pay $85 million settlement over Takata airbags

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Honda to pay $85 million settlement over Takata airbags

"To pay $85 Million to settle A number of state investigations into faulty airbags has reported Jeff Gilbert. Well, the dangerous airbag inflators were made by the now defunct supplier. Takata, Attorneys general from a number of states charged Honda with dragging its feet on ordering a recall Honda in the settlement, not admitting guilt. Honda also saying so far, it's replaced 16 million of the faulty airbag inflators, Massachusetts

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:35 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Is. IS KGO Japanese as all adjust. Yoshitaka Fujii Ladies and gentlemen. This guy is something else. He's on another level. He invented data from non existent drug trials, and he's retracted pipes number on astonishing, one, hundred and eighty three. And the people that were investigating realized that the number of participants in these trials reported like a headache as a side effect was exactly identical across the different groups in thirteen of he studies. Has He cut and pasted the? Face that he got really really lazy. but nothing was done for over a decade like the sky. Was You know an eminent scientists in his in his field gene that people knew and they did nothing or just no one bullet to even question we'll. People was suspicious, but. But that could be a cultural thing as well because in Japan the more of a hierarchical system. If he was very highly respected doctor or scientist, you wouldn't have any of these. On the League's questioning him we'll. It wasn't until two thousand twelve. It just got too obvious to ignore so in addition to documenting a hundred and seventy two papers that will confirm to contain fake data. The investigators also listed the papers published by Fuji that they concluded didn't contain any fraud. So how many of them will legit and the answer was three three. Maybe. He was off his game those three times. The original obviously close. The transfer who I three ever did the newsletter, but I hate this job. Why am I doing this? Let's fudge it to be fair. Stats are really frustrated. Psychology like if you do an Undergrad psychology degree, a huge amount of at least try statistics. And it's boring as hell, but speaking of cultural differences they do track You know who's responsible for all this fraud. He's the thing. WHO've court, Who We know about, this is the question that keeps coming up. How many of these studies how many scientific foundations have been laid? By fraud by not necessarily, but fraud just by bad science by experiments that haven't been done correctly. All have been fudged in a way, but they've become the foundations of our understanding I think more than most people would be comfortably willing to admit. Yeah, that's I mean. That's my conclusion from the small amount of this book that I've read. But it's funny, because when you look at the distribution of whether these problems come from. India and China over represent the number of papers with joop locations and fraud. While I'm not overwhelmingly. Yeah, look I'm sorry, but I I will say. I'm not surprised. I mean look where a lot of the scans come from as well. It seemed it could be a cultural thing like a lot of scams come out of India, a lot of scams committed. Cultural they keep saying cultural thing, but just stop lying. How about that for cultural thing? Lloyd Steph Stop? Cheating and lying. Maybe that's where cultural thing that you can interchange. Look I'm not making excuses for it, but look where a lot of the scam colds come from, you know they come from Indian call centres, and so if I wore I'm saying is that if you're willing to do that? Through defrauding people of money, it would extend into other regions such as size. Yeah. A link to the book and the Science, Fiction's by Stuart Ritchie. There's tons of stuff in there. He goes into later on the hype. That appears in science that goes into the money. Which of course you've been alluding to a lot, but the hot big one when hot gets into some discovery, it seems to no longer matter whether it's real well. That's the thing because it's not like back in the early nineteen hundreds where you'd find something and people will find anything constantly like it was his constant finding of actual real effects, people were excited. I think sauna aboard these days because it's. It's so much hotter to actually find groundbreaking research and groundbreaking revelations, because everything's so special exactly yeah, you couldn't well. It'd be less enjoyable because you can't study a whole bunch of different things. If you want. Be The top of your field, you have to pick a specialty either run into. It's the your entire career. The other day I was reading a different book that was going into is another Japanese scientist, but this guy studied an obscure jellyfish. For was forty seven years or something, but it wasn't just the jellyfish he was discovered. He was studying the protein. The causes it to glow. That's all he race. Such forty-seven years didn't look at anything else. That's it. That was his thing to not only. Do you know the after studying? This jellyfish is that he has waited.

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Then you got to figure out everything in between it. Just it doesn't work, and he goes through all of these you know pipe is that just cannot even be reproduced. Count even set up the experiment. And what was really interesting is that when the people trying to replicate and reproduce? The experiments reached out to the original. They said that most of them I think it was forty nine percent wanted nothing to do with it. because. Because they had lied. Is that while we don't? We don't jump to conclusions but like. I think I'm busy the. Send you a scientist, he no, he yeah. That was a little bit telling. People just they don't want to be found when someone wants to replicate their experiments, so I wanted to look at some of the ultimate. Frauds right this is Italian scientists and Paulo Macaroni and he started to work on a way to transplant the wind pot the trachea. Because when it's damaged like when it's damaged by disease or in. Surgeons cont reattached the broken ends of the tube. They can't give you a new track you like it's Oh. I didn't know that spices early impossible. You can't do an organ transplant the the trachea like any organ transplant. It's really difficult Actually No, you could. Sorry, you can do it. Is Plastic now well? No, it's. It's very hard because you've gotta obviously funded Donna if the diner is genetically different to the recipient. The track is going to be rejected by the immune system. So instead of using transplant surgeons, half decades tried doing exactly what you're describing like using some kind of artificial trachea plastic tube, stainless steel collagen. They've even tried using gloss. The track for some reason it's. They've never been able to get it to work. synthetic windpipes they move around. They get infected like it's always a disaster. But he comes our talion hero Palo macadear rainy. His talion such, he appeared on the scene in two thousand.

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:48 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Of them were nonsense, but is that again? Is that just because we have better techniques now for measurement or is it that there was fraud, or is it that it's a mixture of the two? Well? One of the chapters is just purely fraud. Yeah, okay, it's purely fraud but in two thousand and two thousand eighteen. They did this again they did it with the top two journals nightshirt science this time. The replication rate was a bit better. Sixty two percent of there's been all the ones where done this and it's been thirty eight percent twenty four percent. Just like. Y-. You can't rely on science as Auditor of truth and this absolutely right that in the problem with this as well is that this is what people do we believe it's an arbiter of truth and you know we kind of think that science is independent of people's agendas and independent of their bias, but you had these Sean especially now academics in particular that a publishing absolute bullshit that is tearing society a pot. Society is being Ted of Pot webbing divided. You have these academic institutions that are part of. Of the literati that are trying to tear us open up garbage, and it turns out that most of it's crap, and the problem is because it falls under the category of signs. Most people still fall back into this idea of we have to trust. Yeah, we have to believe it's true I. Mean not you just had to look at the the those hoax studies that were submitted on what was at the Ripe Culture of dogs in Park and pox in New York. and. It just gets accepted into the shuttle's little Gaba. So. This callous examples go beyond psychology, though in economics, those two thousand sixteen replication survey of eighteen micro economic studies. The replication rate was sixty one percent in neuroscience to imagine that. Neuroscience a study in two thousand, eighteen found that standard studies in functional brain imaging with the brain's activity is recorded using MRI. thou modestly replicable and one of the problems. Is that in brain imaging software? This kind of a standard software package that everyone runs to do this studies right? And they found that there was a bug in the software and it produces a statistical era. Hang on for years old is all this research has been done, but there's been a bog in the research, yeah! It allow you created all these false positives. It made something statistically important when in reality it wasn't. it was ten percent of all studies. Have Tom have this bugging it. So that just throw him out. In evolutionary biology and ecology, those a series of classic findings that have been repeated in textbooks for years. domestication syndrome where Russian Fox's that was selected for this started to take on time. Characteristics like floppies and water faces nonsense. That's just hasn't been replicated much of what we thought about. Sexual selection in birds has been shot down copy replicated, but that's well. That's true in marine biology and replication attempted in twenty, twenty found that the effects of ocean acidification on fish behavior when nonexistent. Okay Taylor it. Controversial weather starts becoming dangerous climate change, so you have these studies that are being published that a telling you that the world's going to be destroyed and twelve years old. He started talking. About how carbon dioxide levels the ones causing it? Even though if you look back into history, you say, the carbon dioxide levels will hire you know if you start looking into this. This is the problem. It's another thing that divides people. It's nothing thing that creates fee. It creates huge amounts of money, and we're supposed to just trust it. I haven't read this hall kit that I'm now really curious to see if he actually takes that on. That'll be really interesting, but a lot of the problem with that is that you can't. Can't replicate because the not studies them models care..

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Participants who are primed with distance. So if there was shown to plot points on a piece of graph paper, the was far apart compared to the control points that were closer. They would feel more distant from their friends or relatives. That would feel isolated from society. No, they wouldn't copy replica exactly bullshit complete bullshit, right the other one, and I love this one. Because people mentioned this all the time. I always hear people telling me by the way. Did you know that? If you stand with your shoulders up and you cross your arms? It's called a power pole. Oh, yeah, the whole body language thing I've heard about. This wasn't like a massive tedtalk goal with is attention to be fair. I with great enthusiasm covered this on the show years ago. It must have been in two thousand twelve. When the Ted talk came out, it was from amy cuddy. That's it. Yeah, She did this massive tolkien pal posing I think it's the most watched Ted talk of all time. and. She basically said that before you go into a stressful situation like a job interview for example you take a few minutes in the bathroom to do an expensive posture like hold your feet wide hands on hips gives you power, and she says this gives you a psychological boost and a hormone boost as well. It actually changes your body. Gets you ready for that interview going with power? and this you just do this for two minutes seventy three point five. So you have all these added women you walk in punch the the fake. So imagine these since two thousand twelve. All these people have been going into these interviews like haw. Power range of their interview when they tried to replicate this in two thousand fifteen bullshit a work. CanNot be replicated. There's no effect it doesn't change. Your biology doesn't even change your psychology. It does literally nothing. So. What did she get her daughter? Did she make it all up? The she a fraud that's not explained. Just it just doesn't look and one of the the other kind of famous examples was Philip. Some Bader remember, the Stanford Experiment, the famous experiment from Nineteen seventy-one that the which one was, that.

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Work Sorry. The experiments already been done. How is that a policy for one of the top journals in the field? Yeah, it's odd. That's just we it is. Meanwhile another case was unfolding that also raised alarming questions about the current state of scientific practice. Science. You know the preeminent prestigious scientific journal in the world. Had published a pipe of by dietrich staple. He was this social psychologist at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. The paper was entitled Coping With Chaos and it describes several studies performed in the lab, and on the straight finding that people showed more prejudice and endorsed more racial stereotypes. When in a messier off dirtier environment do you remember this? Yeah that was crazy. Probably mentioned this on the show years ago because it hit headlines across the world, everyone was talking about it. You saw a number of use of us. Have this headline chaos promotes stereo typing? Even the Sydney Morning Herald had a headline where this rubbish. There's racism. The results exemplified Richie says a top of social psychology research that produced easy to GROFF's fundings. And staple himself wrote the author of the study, a clear policy implication in this case to quote diagnose environmental disorder early and intervene immediately. The idea is if he just you know clean up the streets. Crime Disappears. If you just tidy up the rubbish. no-one commits any crime until the Paris at the moment, yeah! So the ultimate question when you say this.

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Promising on the loss plus show during times of Sala minimums. You have Loa. Laura immunity immunity, and you say plagues and. Letting disease, the Russian scientists concluded from the data variations in the number of sunspots have an effect on all life on earth. This influence is continually changing and cannot be ignored. So what this meant for science as a whole according to goal, Quinn here is that until this date, it was believed that identical experiments carried out under strict laboratory conditions always had to produce identical results like if you did the experiment with the same data sign process, it can be replicated into story. But. This remains true. He says unle- of solids. It only remains true for systems which cannot be broken down in the case of liquids, who structures eminently fragile, nor precaution taken in the laboratory can stop it water blood, and all the other call. It's a broken down by cosmic affects because of the ease, the best designed experiments if they carried out at different times will always yield favorable results. This news should Kohl's joy. He says rather than concern. Because we are beginning to know the reasons for this science he says is on the move and soon enough we shall know even more about it. Except maybe. Science wasn't on the move. That's why kept asking myself that question with these breakthroughs in the nineteen sixties. Forgotten. has this stuff bane..

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

06:40 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"I I wasn't a hundred percent. Sure of what some of the terms mint, but the Dakota reaction is a chemical method of testing the albumin in blood serum. What's album and so? Is pot of liver function tests, and it's it's a protein inside your blood, and then yeah, basically, when you take a blood sample from someone new. Spin it down. You can get album out of the out of the plasma, but So it comes a phony, that's what Takada was doing. The TAKADA reaction gives the indices of flocculation. That albumin rod call Loyd that pertain yet so because the folk flocculation index went apple down in response to the menstrual cycle, his method was able to tell women precisely where they were in their menstrual cycle architect, and it was really effective. Absolutely foolproof worked every time in men. The flocculation index was basically constant, so if a man was healthy, you wouldn't say any fluctuations. Helpful with with any kind of medical science, all gone ecologists used it all the time. Has that been replaced by more modern methods because I don't think that's in any lab diagnostic well. Yes, these days well. Yeah, because something we'd happened. Remember this was used all over the world and then in. Thirty eight. It stopped working. What do you mean? It stopped work overnight? It stopped working doctors in every country across the world started to report that the the Takata reaction. was going completely random in all their patients, nothing might sense anymore. It had overnight become completely useless now to causes like oh no! and He he immediately started to try his test on male subjects. Because remember in men. It's a flat line doesn't fluctuate, so he gets the blood back from his mile subjects. It's all over the place the. are going crazy all random. Do they have any changes in their behaviors with becoming more radical does that will completely normal and their levels would have gone doesn't doesn't mention that, but that's a really good question. Yeah, did people start behaving badly? Will. He established that this was just scandalous like he was really really concerned he he was his reputation and the method that had been a medical standard for so many years was now basically. Worthless, he got in touch with his colleagues in Berlin and Zurich and across the rest of Europe to say. We'll to ask what the hell's going on. And now reporting back, look, this isn't working anymore. So all of the something had happened, which overthrew the established physiological order. And it made the Takata reaction, null and void. So instead of giving up Takada put his head down and try to figure out what the Hell is going on. Yeah, growning didn't take him long. Star seventeen years of hard work any falling multimedia, an inkling of what was going on in nineteen fifty one, he announced the conclusion of he's seventeen years of research and he said. Man is a kind of living Sundial. But the hell does that mean. That was the conclusion that we respond again to cosmic forces. Is that what he's suggesting solar activity? Causes these irregularities of the blood serum. He says these must necessarily follower that stars changes of mood. In actual fact, goal can run. The experiments showed that the sudden increase in the indices of flocculation occurred in a particular at a time when a group of sunspots moved to the sons central Meridian. That is a time when the sun in its twenty seven die rotational, it's. Directed a maximum of waves and particles like a lighthouse in the direction of the earth, so it was the solar activity that through everyone off, but why? Why Nineteen thirty eight like? Why didn't happen the year before the year off to that? Well, it turns out that in that because we know, we now know that the sun is in these eleven year. Cycles with at sunspot activity. In nineteen thirty eight it was. It just hit the maximum in a particularly strong sokoll. And just through everyone's Blah and hang on a second, so we're at a minimum at the moment. We're down very low. Does that mean that this test is working again? We'll probably yeah I mean you could probably bring it back during the Sola minimums, and it would probably work fine, but as soon as the sun's activity ramps up again. It all goes out the window. See that that is really disturbing in. In a way, because in contrast what we were talking about with the astrology, affecting birds I mean the suggestion that was known is no. You know foreign kind of influence, but this actually is the son in itself is affecting the chemical reactions inside your body, and like I, said before then that could affect your neurotransmitter levels changing behavior, so you can see why. I kept asking myself that question of. Has Everyone forgotten this stuff. Is still widely understood, and is this understanding used in other feel because it's obviously going to influence almost everything. I've never heard of it, I've never actually heard of I don't know if you have, but I have never heard of it and it makes me think that It's in these modern terms considered to be to woo, so it's being dismissed anyway. Let me give you another example then we'll take a break in color in a mouse with a black mock guard. There's the research of end Scholz which was published in the report of the Academy of Sciences in the US aw. In the nineteen fifties, this was a Soviet. This scientists had a massive amount of rigor. He made more than one hundred twenty thousand measurements in Crimea. And these measurements established an absolute certain relation between the number of watt cells in the blood of healthy subjects and the number of sunspots. That's that's crazy crazy. The determining factor is even more remarkable when it is realised that in nineteen, fifty seven, which was a period of maximum solar activity. This scientists shorts found an exact monthly correlation between the locus side content in the blood and the sun's activity. You'll blood cell. Count is basically controlled by the sunspots and remember we are in a massive. Sola Minimum Right now, so does that mean that everyone's immune systems a low at the moment which is not good considering the coronavirus is spreading around the world, and again comes back to the argument. We had from week.

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Raise or whatever they're called, right? The ATHOL basically a hit them at a kind of tough into, he'll away but then in September it's. It's a completely different angle, so they're being. That's being penetrated by always full says that's the variable, but they're all coming in at different angles as all different trajectories that are changing throughout the year. And all of this affecting. These experiments it's affecting these chemical reactions. It's asserting the water. It's affecting. How efficient your boiler cleaning solution is, but it goes for that because it's if it's affecting chemical reaction, which essentially that's what this is Your body is made up of water. Yeah, so you've got you know chemical reactions going on all throughout your body got neurochemical reactions taking place mean does this regulate as to why people have you know? Different Serotonin levels different neurotransmitter levels changing behaviors I kept rating through this book. I kept reminding. Reminding Myself, it was published in the mid nineteen sixties, so I kept wondering. Is this well understood? Now you know is this. Is this stuff now? I'm not quite sure that based on the the the second book be looking at where the guy calls in a white mouse with a black text to be scientific funding, but another great example of someone who discovered that something was just off about his experiments was this Japanese doctor named Murray Takata and he essentially perfected this method of studying the Ivorian suckling women. And he's method was so widely used people just cold. The Takata reaction I just had a stan. A name was used all over the world. wasn't that like measuring protein levels in the blood samples of pregnant women. You might be able to help us out with the terminology. 'cause.

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"This tough minded skeptic looked at these data and apparently came away saying that. Might be something to this I. Don't know what's going on. So actually picked up one of goal Quinn's books. It was published in nineteen sixty six will translate it into English in nineteen sixty six and it's kind of a a big scientific romp through his understanding of the cosmic forces. It doesn't actually get into the studies. He did until the third part of the book, but essentially what he argues for isn't necessarily some kind of influence from the planetary body that I think Lakshman is trying to point out, and he's article at new, Dawn. So is almost suggesting like this. Some energy that comes from the universe, and at the point of birth somehow strikes EPA genetic changes or something. He seemed to argue that. The influence will festival. He set out to F- to find another angle of as to why this would be the case as to why someone born onto the zenith of MAS, for example would go on to be a doctor Yeah Haitham there's no way it's some kind of coming from ause. It's not some kind of a cult beam. Yep, kind of energy. He just. He thought that was absurd. What he did think though. Is that maybe? This some kind of hereditary factor like maybe hereditary maybe. If you were born for example Aaron under the the Zenith of. Jupiter you put it right and gonNA, say Jude. Then, your son was more likely to be blown onto the of Jupiter actually think he. That should actually look it up, so he was saying like for someone to become a doctor. It's not because of Of Zonal Influence Moshen influence. It's because of hereditary traits because high Q., and all the other things that a pasta from your parents right the and maybe those those cultural, those genetic traits laid to certain attitudes and behaviors that eventually lead to you more likely becoming a doctor. That's cool I mean, and that completely makes sense, but what does it have to do with it? Aligning to planetary movements we'll. He wanted to find out if feels a connection, so he started gathering data from people again all throughout France and he managed to discover that they're ease planetary heredity. What yeah so as I said you being born onto the Jupiter under the sign of Jupiter it was more likely that you'll on would be onto the zenith of Jupiter. Whatever it is, he found that the odds of this happening by chance with something like three hundred thousand to one it was this we correlation, he said. In fact, the degree of correlation was such that the prob probability of such an effect being produced by chance. Sorry, five, hundred thousand to. One and. This hereditary factor. was consistent across. All didn't matter what vocation of the child walls with they ended up doing their walls. This kind of. Hereditary influence of when you're going to be born. And later on his thoughts suggests that. This something about the cosmic influence of the planets. That is. Perhaps creating the atmosphere. Like the right time for that particular child to to be born, so it is suggesting that there must be some influence some planetary influence because he's saying, it's creating an environment. That is I. Guess Ripe, Full Sewing that particular profession. Hey says. It's got something to do with cycles and. Calls me influences that we don't understand. It's not the planetary body. Is You behavior or making you think in a certain way? Although he does go into lighter on how that's, you can't rule that out completely, but in terms of when people being born, it's like if you're a particular type of person, then you have a particular type of genetic inheritance from your parents. This lack an ideal. Timing in the cycle of planetary alignments, and if you happen to be born in that timing, none of it's it's the timing when you're going to be born Okay, right? It's the ideal time now. He knows this is true. Because he started to use buffs where women had caesarian or induced births, and it totally fell out of whack. O didn't work. I lost the planetary hereditary, but But if it was a natural birth, it was always the hereditary connection to their parents in.

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"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"takata" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Society, but he was posing this question of well, what if human events beyond now control? What if they're not the product of something rational calculable forces what if the the triggered by natural causes or even calls mcfaul? So this is something that people have been talking about for eons. This belief that the heavens somehow influencing human affairs today as much as it's kind of pooh-poohed gone in considered to be wou if you look back through ancient cultures. That's exactly what they. They base sometimes the entirety of their culture on was the processions of the sky, and how it was influencing cultural taught, he said in ancient China India in the Middle East in classical Grayson Roman throughout Europe in the Middle Ages and the renaissance there was always this belief that everything in the cosmos was connected to everything else no matter how great how small and this was common knowledge liked today. The Big Bang is common knowledge back then this connection was the common knowledge, but as he said are in all of this changed as science started to say, this is kind of. This nonsense well. He points out some modern thinkers. There's a guy from the published a book in the nineteen sixties again a French guy everything's in. French! His name was Michelle Galkin, who was his friend psychologist and he was a statistician as well, and he released this book called the influence of the stars now with his wife is a collaborator. They wanted to answer. This basic question does one's birthday have any effect on one's future? And in some of these other work calls looking at. He described how back then he was in his twenties, and he just thought astrology was nonsense, right? He actually set out to debunk the whole thing. Any gathered thousands.

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Toyota recalls 2.9 million vehicles over air bag issue

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

Toyota recalls 2.9 million vehicles over air bag issue

"Toyota is recalling another three hundred sixty one thousand vehicles and it's because of faulty Takata airbag inflators that can shoot down trap mall after exploding the vehicles date back to the nineteen ninety seven and have older inflators that are different from the Takata airbags that filled with volatile ammonium nitrate those are the devices linked to numerous deaths there is a risk though that these inflators can do the same

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Toyota And HOnda To Recall Vehicles Due To Airbag issues

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Toyota And HOnda To Recall Vehicles Due To Airbag issues

"Two different air bag glitches have forced Toyota and Honda to recall over six million vehicles worldwide and both problems present different dangers to motorists the Toyota recall recall affects about three point four million vehicles globally and is being done because the airbags may not inflate in a crash Honda's recall covers about two point seven million vehicles with Takata air bag inflators but they're a different version than the one to blame for twenty five deaths worldwide still it's possible the airbags could blow apart metal canister in her role shrapnel at drivers and passengers you can find details of both recalls on our website W. W. J. news radio dot

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Toyota and Honda recall over 6 million vehicles over air bag issues

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Toyota and Honda recall over 6 million vehicles over air bag issues

"Two different air bag glitches have forced Toyota and Honda to recall over six million vehicles worldwide and both problems present different dangers to motorists the Toyota recall affects about three point four million vehicles globally and is being done because the airbags may not inflate in a crash Honda's recall covers about two point seven million vehicles with Takata airbag inflators but they're a different version than the ones blamed for twenty five deaths worldwide still it's possible the air bags could blow apart and metal canister a metal canister in her old shrapnel at drivers and passengers and you can find the details of both recalls on our website at W. W. J. news radio dot

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Honda, Acura,Toyota recalling roughly 5 million vehicles for air bag defect

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Honda, Acura,Toyota recalling roughly 5 million vehicles for air bag defect

"More than five million vehicles are now being recalled under Honda or Acura and Toyota the phone problems with the air bags Honda and Acura say it's Takata inflators in two point four million of its older vehicles causing the recall while Toyota says air bags in about three million of its vehicles they're at risk of not going

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"takata" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:42 min | 8 months ago

"takata" Discussed on AP News

"Nissan is recalling more than 300000 vehicles in the U. S. to replace dangerous Takata airbag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel the Nissan front passenger inflators are among 10000000 from 14 different auto makers that Takata is recalling its the last recall that the bankrupt a cada agreed to in a settlement with U. S. safety regulators they were mostly installed in the psalms for model year 2001 through 2011 and cover a large range of the car makers vehicles dealers will replace the inflator starting February 10 the recalled inflators were used to replace dangerous ones made by Takata until a permanent remedy could be developed I'm Julie Walker

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Nissan adds nearly 308K vehicles to Takata recall saga

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Nissan adds nearly 308K vehicles to Takata recall saga

"Nissan is recalling more than three hundred thousand vehicles in the U. S. to replace dangerous Takata airbag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel the Nissan front passenger inflators are among ten million from fourteen different auto makers that Takata is recalling its the last recall that the bankrupt a cada agreed to in a settlement with U. S. safety regulators they were mostly installed in the psalms for model year two thousand one through two thousand eleven and cover a large range of the car makers vehicles dealers will replace the inflator starting February tenth the recalled inflators were used to replace dangerous ones made by Takata until a permanent remedy could be developed I'm Julie Walker

Takata Airbag Recall 2020: Another 10 Million Cars Recalled Over Defective Airbag Inflators

WBBM Morning News

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Takata Airbag Recall 2020: Another 10 Million Cars Recalled Over Defective Airbag Inflators

"There's another airbag recall that could affect millions of vehicle owners CBS's Steve case into condos recalling ten million additional air bag inflators sold to fourteen different auto makers it's the last phase of the company's twenty fifteen agreement with federal safety regulators to recall some seventy million of the devices they can explode with too much force sending shrapnel flying they've been blamed in more than twenty deaths owners can put their seventeen digit vehicle ID into the national highway traffic safety administration website to see if they have to take action

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Millions more potentially deadly air bags recalled by Takata

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Millions more potentially deadly air bags recalled by Takata

"And one more big vehicle recall is in the works related to defective air bag inflators made by now defunct to contact and it may be the last the national highway traffic safety administration says another ten million inflators must be repaired this will be the final phase in a series of schedule recalls of defective parts that Takata agreed to repair and a twenty fifteen

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Deadly defect found in another version of Takata airbags

Orlando's Morning News

00:15 sec | 9 months ago

Deadly defect found in another version of Takata airbags

"Air bags meant to replace the exploding to kind of devices are apparently no more safe the replacement air bag inflators can burst just like the ones they were meant to replace fourteen automakers are now looking at them trying to determine what models are affected and to launch their own

Death toll connected to exploding Takata air bag inflators now at 24

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Death toll connected to exploding Takata air bag inflators now at 24

"Millions more vehicles about to be recalled by fourteen different car makers over there airbag inflators say ten million airbag inflators in vehicles made by Audi BMW Honda Daimler fans fiat Chrysler Ferrari Ford General Motors Mazda Mitsubishi Nissan Subaru Toyota and Volkswagen are part of almost seventy million inflators in the U. S. that Takata has recalled over a defect in which inflators can explode in her shrapnel into a vehicle's cabin twenty four people have been killed hundreds injured worldwide the recall is the last one the bankrupt company agreed to in a twenty fifteen settlements with U. S. safety

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Takata recalls 10 million U.S. replacement air bag inflators

Glenn Beck

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Takata recalls 10 million U.S. replacement air bag inflators

"Takata is recalling ten million vehicle air bag inflators sold to fourteen different car makers this is because of an issue with frontal air bag inflators that may explode in certain weather conditions and send metal fragments into the driver compartment these ten million inflators are part of the roughly seventy million that Takata was to recall as part of an agreement with the national highway traffic safety

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Takata recall of 10M inflators could be last of air bag saga

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Takata recall of 10M inflators could be last of air bag saga

"Takata is recalling ten million vehicle air bag inflators sold to fourteen different car makers this is because of an issue with frontal air bag inflators that may explode in certain weather conditions and send metal fragments into the driver compartment these ten million inflators are part of the roughly seventy million that Takata was to recall as part of an agreement with the national highway traffic safety

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Indonesia plans cloud seeding as floods death toll exceeds 40

BBC World Service

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Indonesia plans cloud seeding as floods death toll exceeds 40

"In in in in Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia say say say say they're they're they're they're planning to cede to the clouds trying to divert rain away from the capital Jakarta more than forty people are now known to have died in flooding in the city is rest water unio officials say those displaced by the flooding are in urgent need of the basic necessities and that more inflatable boats are required to help rescue families still trapped in the capital more rain is forecast and Indonesia hopes it can lessen the volume by feeding the clouds with chemical to trigger the rainfall before it reaches Takata tens of thousands of people have been affected in the flooding which was sparked by heavy rains on new years they have

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Many taxi companies aren't required to fix cabs after recalls

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Many taxi companies aren't required to fix cabs after recalls

"Than last year CBS affiliate WUSA found as many as one in six Washington DC cabs had open safety recalls including for defective Takata airbags which have killed at least twenty four people worldwide it's not fair for the unsuspecting public Kelly how it knows the danger of unrepaired recalls both her daughters died in a violent crash after a recall power steering hose broke starting a fire in the rental car you don't get over it what you do is you get through it and it remains with you tell you die and in many cities taxi companies are not required to fix cabs when there are

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"takata" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:18 min | 9 months ago

"takata" Discussed on AP News

"There's a new problem with Takata air bags the national highway traffic safety administration says it is investigating for auto makers that have a potentially deadly type of Takata airbag inflator in their vehicles but those companies have not yet recall the vehicles the automakers are Audi Toyota Honda and Mitsubishi the problem is the air bag inflators come blow apart a metal canister and toss shrapnel into the faces and bodies of those in the car NHTSA says Takata didn't provide details on which makes models or model years have the defective inflators it's ordering the companies to get that information and recall the vehicles promptly read a folly Washington

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US probes 4 automakers in new Takata air bag recall

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

US probes 4 automakers in new Takata air bag recall

"There's a new problem with Takata air bags the national highway traffic safety administration says it is investigating for auto makers that have a potentially deadly type of Takata airbag inflator in their vehicles but those companies have not yet recall the vehicles the automakers are Audi Toyota Honda and Mitsubishi the problem is the air bag inflators come blow apart a metal canister and toss shrapnel into the faces and bodies of those in the car NHTSA says Takata didn't provide details on which makes models or model years have the defective inflators it's ordering the companies to get that information and recall the vehicles promptly read a folly Washington

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Another 1.4 Million Takata Airbags Recalled After BMW Driver's Death

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Another 1.4 Million Takata Airbags Recalled After BMW Driver's Death

"It's a new recall involving more than a million Takata airbags and it has one company telling thousands of owners not to drive their vehicles General Motors who makes the Yukon expectations of the federal government seeking to exam several of its vehicles from that massive recall saying its own testing shows the vehicles are safe this most recent recall of one point four million cars it's unclear how many of them are still on the roads given their age and finding their current owners may not be easy CBS news correspondent Chris van

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Takata recalls 1.4 million BMW 3 Series over air bag defect

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Takata recalls 1.4 million BMW 3 Series over air bag defect

"The owners of about one hundred sixteen thousand. BMW's are being told not to get behind the wheel correspondent. Jan Johnson says says the cars are being recalled because of a new danger from Takata airbag inflators. BMW says the owners of some older three series cars need to stop op driving them because their airbags could explode and hurled shrapnel at them government documents say a driver in Australia was killed by an airbag malfunction and two other people in Australia and Cyprus were injured. The defect in this case is a different one from the Takata airbag trouble linked to at least twenty four deaths and hundreds of injuries worldwide. The now bankrupt company is working to replace about one point four million front driver inflators

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More Cars Are Recalled Due to Faulty Takata Airbags

AP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

More Cars Are Recalled Due to Faulty Takata Airbags

"Are more cars being recall because of faulty Takata airbags are Matt small report the recall covers certain vehicles made by BMW Volkswagen Honda Toyota and Mitsubishi between nineteen ninety five in the year two thousand not only are exploding inflators a problem some of these air bags will not activate after a

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"takata" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"takata" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"takata" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"takata" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"takata" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"takata" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"And let's talk about the litigation aspect of it mike you write that although takata executives knew that their airbag inflators were suffering potentially dangerous ruptures from around the year two thousand they routinely discussed falsifying test data provided to automakers and this is according to an unsealed indictment yeah that's correct so that's a the main crux of the criminal case against takada and the reason that the company pleaded guilty to wire fraud three executives were also indicted although they reside in japan and it's unclear whether they're all or ever face charges in the united states but that was the crux of the criminal case and then there's litigation in florida at least two hundred lawsuits potentially more all consolidated in ah federal court in miami a few automakers just reached more than five hundred fifty million dollar settlement with consumers to settle some claims honda is still wrangling back and forth with plaintiffs' lawyers so i'll i'll road ahead there as well one thing i should ask that i forgot to ask this stemmed from to cut his use of ammonium nitrate in airbag inflater propellants in this chemical was later found to be unstable did they make changes to this subsequently what did they do well over the years as you mentioned in monet him nitrate was found to be a standard and believed to be safe chemical that basically is used in the propellant and that's what causes a controlled explosion that makes your airbag firing go off when the airbag needs to inflate when you're in an accident what happened here is.

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"takata" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"takata" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Support for wsj comes from comcast committed to improving your customer service experience with two our appointment windows including nights and weekends because they should fit into your life not the other way around learn more at xfinity dot com slash service airbag maker takata files for bankruptcy what's knee is from the wall street journal top story without the noise i'm charlie turner in new york takada the troublemaker of automotive airbags filed for bankruptcy protection in both japan and the us it comes nearly nine years after takada began a global recall of rupture prone airbags takada has also reached a preliminary deal to sell almost all of its assets to key safety systems a michigan supplier owned by a chinese company that deals worth nearly one point six billion dollars joining us to talk about two caught his filing which includes a chapter eleven filing for its us subsidiary is wall street journal reporter mike specter mike i the filing is for takada to try to stabilise its finances what does the automaker need to do in that regard while i mean the main issue for takada leading up to this filing was there were so many reports swirling about this probably happening that can make vendors nervous and disrupt business relationships so takada needed to get this done to get that bankruptcy protection to put it on shore financial flooding and generally it needed to use the bankruptcy process to try and execute this deal with key safety systems so that its operations could be viable going forward under a different owner and it could than separate the liabilities and under the supervision of a bankruptcy process reorganize in get on footing to steer money to auto makers and consumers and the like.

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"takata" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"takata" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"About takata one of the i guess the world's biggest manufacturer these safety airbags is having and it's interesting daytoday because of basically the biggest recall automative history will get more on that from berry osher host the financial exchange his story airs a little bit later on this morning on the iheart sided eleven and the price of gas coming down i think seven cents on average per gallon of regular just as more americans hit the roadways berry good monday morning good morning yet not a good day if you have a judgment engaged takata they will be going bankrupt the me may they may be faulty airbags jack veteran hundreds of thousands of cars around the world and leave airbags are killing people and they just don't have enough money to pay off all the claims that are being levelled against them so yes there bairbre filing for we're bankruptcy protection now interesting and that that's going to be a process of course because you know that when you that big i think as an american suppliers something's going to buy into some of that debt right i don't know what they're going to do because they give you own a general motors car right you're mad at general motors you don't care that if the takata airbag earth you're honda owner you don't care that cod airbag you want you want money because you're injured in a car accident or you're you're lost than area may maybe your dad died because of one of these accident in with the airbag here it's a gruesome death have you seen some of the pictures of what goes on no i am not i could have could visualized but david like having a handgrenade going off in your car david now there is this something because of the situation the courts would actually denied the bankruptcy filing no i mean they use it company to them any money italy beat the camp you know we the bait bacon denied all they want like a judge if they will you stuck to pay the money but if they don't have the money they go to another court which is bankruptcy.

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