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"terra firma" Discussed on The Bugle
"Shanking is no more a corruption of the public's right to access information than speed cameras are corruption of your right to do cod jousting on the public highway standing through the skylight of your Toyota praised Alpha. J. With a spear you'd you're entitled to say whatever you want as long as it's not inciting violence you don't then have a right to avoid someone else. Cool you allying shithead with a gaping anus blogs from The the the facebook Founder sent a facebook will not be quotes of truth. We will not put such a fact warnings or falsehood warnings on its. It's post I and and in the case of this supposed murder. That trump accuses Joe Scarborough of having committed there is no need for facebook to be of truth because the police and medical examiners will officers of truth almost twenty years ago so when Zucca bugs as we will be all puts his a truth what he really means is we will be enablers of laws. It's a it's a small difference but believe it important. One I mean. It's it's it's sort of astonishing to me that he says that facebook is keeping a refusing to interfere in such things. When they have an algorithm ick process that presents you with informational removes information from your side. I feel like someone needs to sign facebook and twitter and all these social media platforms up to a media code of conduct as the Algorithm meekly curated networks that they are there media networks and not the public square however much they would like to object that they are and point to the fact that they happen to have a gallows in the corner. But I have a question and just to play devil's advocate. I can sort of see. Trump's point of view about social media because think about what kind of social media would be want if fact checking and truth started featuring and if news was corrected. I feel dirty feeble long past that world. What is this two thousand and five intermission to be filled with? Facts would be going back to another world that we along boxed a world we we cannot risk going back to a worldwide truth is definable. Cuban conversation would end as we know it. Destruction of the cultural heritage of Aboriginal People in Australia News Now Alice as a white Australian much In your Ballpark Br bring us up tonight. Yes it's heart breaking news. A number of Aboriginal Heritage Sites of major significance have been destroyed in Western Australia in the Pilbara region. Rio Rio Tinto obtained legal permission to blast these sites before they were fully uncovered the things they contained including evidence of continuous human occupation through the last ice age. Twenty eight thousand year old to made from bone each one of the oldest examples of these technologies known in Australia. A piece of four thousand year old plotted hair belt whose DNA has been linked to the today's occupants The traditional owners of that land and I for one applaud this behavior on the part of our mining companies. Is this sort of a form of spring cleaning. I like to think of it as you know. Historians and people with a love of culture in the wonder of human existence or essentially the horrors of the natural world always trying to hold onto the glorious miracles of human survival in the astonishing complexity of our shared past i. It's not like a Stralia has spent the last two hundred years. Diminishing and denying the multifaceted and sophisticated science and civilization of its indigenous population and in favor of facile linear narrative of Anglo centric superiority. The conflicts colonial dominance with evolutionary fitness. At a right to cultural ascendancy include allowing the presence of previous occupants as MIA ciphers and Crayon drawn place holders for God given right to European annexation or anything like that. I am as big a fan of European culture legal and rights driven narratives of the next privileged bookworm with Cambridge Education. I just don't think I need to pretend that nothing else has ever had value to enjoy Shakespeare. Well I mean I I I mean maybe I'm seeing this from From from a whites European perspective but it might be land of cultural and spiritual importance to the aboriginal people of Australia. What about cultural and spiritual importance to to white people like me off the tradition of exploiting any no mineral resources regardless of the consequences are nonfinancial. Cost is that not a heritage that we have to protect as well. You mentioned Rio. Tinto was responsible for this lovely action. I would like to know what people really think of this fantastic Indian Country Adani. Who after being with wouldn't destroying large parts of the state of? Gujarat have said there is on large parts of minds in Australia and I read about a bunch of protests against them and I feel like this is the sort of thing that brings the world together. You know. Large global corporations who've destroyed things at one of the world really the best practices to another part of the world and thereby bridge that gap between India and Australia. are are they being talked about the? Yeah it's it's reassuring we do. Talk about Danny we talk about Rio. Tinto it's reassuring to know that there are organizations in this world that would literally blow the top off the path and on if someone had dropped the coin underneath it just or But I guess you know it's It's a it's a fair contest. Isn't it The the the mining industry against you know archaeological cultural heritage is kind of paper says a stall game of twenty eight thousand year old bone toll industrial explosives unfettered capitalism. You know it's GonNa Three Games. It's the thing is industrial explosives and unfettered. Capitalism tend to gang up on twenty eight thousand year old bone tools. That's the thing is the difficult thing about Something being you know priceless is that Priceless isn't worth as much as some money off. I think I think that's a good place to end this episode. Chelsea the latest week in the lunacy of great species Thank you for listening We'll be back next week with a regular buell on the Saturday the thirteenth of June. We're going to have the inaugural Bugle livestream quiz And it will be the greatest quiz in the history of all humanity As I'm sure you would unhesitatingly greet buglers. On the twenty seventh of June we will have another bugle. Livestream live show allies other than the wonderful lost posts which is up to episode hundred and fifty something. Yeah Anything else to a little. I still have my regular TV with L. Show. That isn't funny. All and also savage is available on Amazon prime. But do listen to the last post. It's a lot of fun and very stupid and excitingly not said in the real World Albany. Any shows you'd like to well two things. I would like to plug Alice's last post. You know she she did send me to another planet as as a legal representative of their focus and secondly I. We do a podcast. India called all last week which is on spotify which I normally don't love because it's just nonsense but this week is a cricket episode. A cricket conundrum episode and featuring on it is leading Indian cricket commentator and is also conundrums. That comes up day so Edie Edie. Fads of cricket conundrums or whatever is left of cricket at end of this pandemic and can listen. Well thank you for listening once again. 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"terra firma" Discussed on The Bugle
"Other twitter news. Donald Trump is trying to end twitter. he's got very angry this week. Tr- twitter has started Highlighting tweets which might be entirely for example truthful own not encouraging violence As only trump canny stood off a free speech by threatening to shutdown outlets of free speech and he said Republicans feel that social media platforms. Totally silence conservative voices which may explain the area silence over the past. Four years from trump's on social media feeds fairly extraordinary story. They've had to Put Fact Checker warnings on on a tweet that he did about a postal vote. Fraud He's also. We talked about in previous shows being essentially accusing a TV news host of murder Despite the pleas of the widower of the woman who died almost twenty years ago Desperately asking to stop and they're being absolutely no evidence whatsoever suggesting that there's anything in His his his claims the problem for trump From a free speech anglers that for example certain outlets do not want to let him half as freedom to freely accuse people of murders that they are not even slightly suspected of having committed now. I'm pretty sure that's what George Washington the Split Squad were off the when I ditched the UK That tax representation nonsense was a smokescreen. They really wanted was the freedom to accused Georgia. Third of killing Queen Victoria. Andy You said this story through yesterday when he was merely accusing people of of murder since then he's threatened to suspend the rule of law to shoot rioting protesters and it's so depressing. I feel like it trying to make meaningful satirical jokes about trump is like chasing a hyperactive dog with constant explosive corrosive. Diarrhea trying to catch it in a bag and turn it into art after awhile. You can't.
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"Unbelievable ships of the British government news. Now and Britain has been rocked by another political scandal This week Dominic Cummings one of the key cyclists in the Machiavelli dream of British politics. The government well key advisor has refused to to resign and has not been sacked after Taking a two hundred and sixty mile journey during lockdown whilst ill with covert symptoms with his wife and child in the car and taking a further car journey to test whether or not his eyesight was potentially lethally dangerous for use as a car driver with his child in the back of the car to a hotspot on. I believe his wife's birthday. I'm on the details mixed up you know dominate Cummings He's Boris Johnson's key adviser. He advises Boris Johnson in very much the same way that Lewis. Hamilton advises his car out to get round to track whole how Ronald McDonald advises cows. How they might like to see whether they'd prefer to be disc shapes rather than cow Shaked. he was quite early on in the lockdown process. And now I mean to be honest. I don't think many people in Britain can say they've abided by all the rules all the time but this was early on and I guess he you know. He claims that he just did anyone else. Suspecting they have a highly contagious potentially fatal vars would do. I returned to work at the heart of government. Bay travel the length of the country to make sure the virus wasn't just things be enjoyed by the London elite and then because he was worried about. Is it not being? Sipho driving strapping his young child into a call driving. M16 just to be on the side. John we're hearing rumors no confirmation yet. But just johnny extra site. He also cut the brake cables on his CAU- and At someone strew shots broken gloss over the road as well just just to be safe on you know. I'm not going to judge him on whenever I go out tonight. Food in the fridge slightly moldy piece of meat or something. I might my kids eat it first for their own good. I'm also with his wife then heartfelt Accounta- virus life that didn't mention any of these things until the story was broken by the golden and the Mirror About a week ago. I'm what's the here in? Britain has been a reaction when even the arch. Tory press Tory member of parliament of been highly critical of the government. What's what's the global response to this This lunatic story. Well I mean as as a as an Australian I feel like it provides an insight into the cultural Maybe let's say features of the British landscape. It feels from here and I'm not sure if you could say this from where you are but from here. It's almost like the people tasked with serving. The people of Britain think that they are above the laws. They make because they've been inculcated into a culture where they control the narrative around what is is not a fact what is and is not a law and what is is not a I feel. I feel like you can't really blame them anymore. That you can blame a kid that denies eating all the chocolate biscuits with a big chocolate around his mouth if he then gets away with it for rating the biscuit tin again that the next available opportunity accepted this instance. Stealing the biscuit is rubbing the faces of the entire population of country. Into in the fact that you think that you're allowed to do the thing that you've been telling them for literally months. They are on no account to do. It's like saying don't go. It's very bad for public health when you wiping goes off your Dick. Even people who agreed with you on the original inadvisability of you're going to start asking questions In this instance go to the metaphor for infection control nicely. There's the kind of words that we we've not been hearing from from the government and it's nice to hear expressed in such such forthright forthright language it is. I am I mean India. Of course no no stranger to lunatic political scandals. How has this been a big story in India? Well they have covered it. But you know this sort negligence is is what we actually call normal life in India. This is this sort of ethical breakdown is is seen as ethical. Actually but I did a bit of research and need to figure out if this was the most callous thing done by a British government servant ever in history during pandemic and it appears it may not have been I did research and then that nineteen nineteen pandemic with swept through India when India was in the hands of. And I'm going to mispronounce this when the hands of one Lord Frederick Festival first viscount of tempered and he was doing this Lord. Comfort India was gripped with the Spanish flu. Millions are sick. Mumbai tables and desperate need of beds lot camps with todd. This would be a good time to go. Looking for a particular Royal Bengal Tiger Stephan bothered him because he shocked through there and so while cases where he was missing he got off with a net and an elephant to look for a tiger to be fair. He was only looking for the tiger to see if he's still do it. It's a great point Dallas. I don't know if he wins. Dominic Cummings wins but in terms of presence Indian politicians. All of them have been violating the lockdown. But that's not uncommon because You know India and any sort of rules is only personal. It doesn't apply to the population of this story in which it is a storm in a Westminster teacup You know fundamentally It it doesn't affect people's lives. Butler government is insisting on keeping the teacup with a storm going on and forcing people to drink tea out of the teacup. They all bringing them on themselves. Boris Johnson has exacerbated the situation by well being being himself. I mean the stories will say it's A. It's a distraction in many ways. It's distracted from more important issues. Such as Johnson and his government being barely functional polyps and now the government's game With the the contact tracing an effort to belatedly ran the cap back into the bag the cat and is now fully grown and the bag is a condom. Full OF LOCUSTS. Two locus references. And but I and this week Thoresen face. Parliamentary liaison committee us is Important Parliamentary Committee which traditionally across examines the Prime Minister three times a year. On what what the government is doing? This is the first time Johnson's faced and he's been prime minister for nearly a year. Now Count Bill still believe those words on a complete lie and he responded to the questions very much like a self obsessed could include by anything relevant would do for whatever reason you also stop to scientific advisers monitoring questions from journalists which is not a great look fans of openness and accountability instructed to see the change in Boris Johnson. Don is the confident bluster and truth twister who wings Britain into making him king replaced by a Justin Bluster and truth twister. Who aren't even trick. His own face looking lock. It believes Boris Johnson has been telling people to move on Which is not being told to get back on the hosted by someone. Who's just knock you off your horse and is now sitting on your horse. Poking you with a javelin every time he try to stand up. So Boris Johnson has finally sat down with the Commons committee. FOR THE FIRST TIME. Apparently he's been avoiding it a lot. Ordinarily Prime Minister would engage with this particular committee during the election campaign hidden a fridge to journalist so there is a well. He passed his used by date in that frigid. And now he's come out And just proven that he absolutely canNot Answer. A question cannot will not definitely cannot one. He just came out with so many bizarre and startling statements. I think my favorite one was when Johnson said he was forbidden from announcing anymore targets and deadlines which raises the question forbidding him. And isn't he the Prime Minister and also why does he constantly pretend that he still private school boy? He's constantly using the language of private school. When when Dominic Cummings Dominic coming scandal came up. He said I didn't mark him down for that his family to make most people leave school and then stay lift. I can't even remember most of what happened in high school. Little Own. Allow the structures imposed on me by the system to continue to fully control my conceptualization of the outside world one So a story from the dominant coming story as that's twitter's anti pornography filters blocked his name So stories about once weren't being shared maybe as widely as they could have been I mean this is. This could prove to be a very valuable tactic. I think in politics if you can have a dodgy behind the scenes unaccountable advisor Whose name will not crop up due to such filters expect us to see behind the scenes micro Machiavelli's in the cummings mold going by name. Such as painted splodge. Gaba go nuts go nuts II and Dick. Nigel's just keep them out of the search engines very much. Think alike. Andy I said. Dominic Cummings name is being filtered out.
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"Thousands of Chinese troops are on Indian soil and they are not repeat not made of terra. Cotta so the Chinese really making business stars how you can sell and you also said we do not know what Chinese objectives are. This is further evidence of China's new superpower status having no discernible objective. You Dick around de-stabilizing stuff first and then you formulate your objectives retrospectively based on what then happens exactly and the exactly. This is how we understand this Chinese strategy in India because for years when India was a socialist country. This is Indian. Businessmen did business. Which is they had a strategy which began with if you live in a corrupt country. Start by bribing everyone. They'll figure out what product you want to make I bride every lawmaker. Then figure out what you want to be. It's you could always make petrochemicals cars doesn't matter. I bright the whole element and it served us. Well you know the economy liberalizing in the nineteen fifty years. It's fantastic. We had monopolies and corrupt politics. But at least at least you knew that you had entered the territory. This is what China's doing their first invading then figuring out if they want to invade at all after they've invaded. There's also this interesting thing going on. The I wanted to what you think. The Indian government are in a conundrum because on one side they have to. They have to counter China but on the other side all the equipment Indian army has is Chinese so all the cellphone all the quarry networks. India's entire technology infrastructure is built on the backbone of Chinese chips and service so so the government is the deliver because even when the pride misses having an encrypted phone conversation with Home Minister the basic network is Chinese lead. The work of the invasion much before the Latin.
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"Section in the top story this week. Nola virus not not avars. That is not top story this week. The world's two biggest countries are on the brink of war. Lost a genuine. You story that is not about rotavirus. The world has been waiting patiently for any real news the as virus and now it has a India and showing a in a military stuff. Show won't be nice if this non virus story was not a story about two most populous nations in the world to John Nuclear POWs Brinkman shipping the hell out of each other. The words born attention escalate. Not Words you WanNa hear at least not. Since the early days of our borders time as Australian cricket captain as he presided over fractious pleasingly unsuccessful team on sure. I mean we have to talk. Its Up obey to making a top story fighting between India and China so far seems to involve a couple of fistfights mid level taunting old military tactic that of course but still. It's a non virus top story this week. I don't want to as at his virus. Your the Beagles Indochinese. Military grandstanding correspondent. And you are on the spot forest just two or three thousand short kilometers away from The scuffle frontline. Tell us what you can say. Well you know I mean I'm virtually almost at the don't clam boulder the crossing of India and China the foothills of the Himalayas. And you know there are many positives here. Many positives news stories are reporting China Chinese armies made an incursion into Indian territory. India has responded by doing nothing. Because you know it's China any territory. They want claim it for themselves. And so we we've sent we've stood up to the standoff what we've really just called up the Chinese counterpart and said would you mind stepping back a little. And they said we don't understand Hindi and they haven't in the middle of all this. Donald trump president of the United States called Prime Minister Modi and said he could help deescalate the tensions of China entering the DOC region of India And Prime Minister Modi rejected the offer saying that any offer. From president trump to de-escalate tensions is actually an offer to escalate tensions. Yes a bit of a concern and I do know how you guys feel but The only positive coming out of India and China going to full on nuclear war. Is that only? Three billion people are at risk of losing their lives opposed to the coronavirus which is all eight billion people. All I can hope for is that as the armies moved into position that that they're all taking proper socially distanced precautions. Because you don't want to risk anyone's health when going into war was a scuffled described as a scuffle in the Filming live Indian news reporting which broke out an altitude of fourteen thousand feet. And of course the tension moves more quickly through the thin air at that high which is why the crisis escalated So rapidly fortunately It was just a fistfight or has become titus or call it a little bit over excitement. I'm and I guess it's You know it's just one of the rites of passage that new superpowers have to go through four. They they fully joined the gang. You've got China and India looking to move into the void caused by the collapse of the Union a few decades ago and America locking yourself in its Kennel and barking at itself until it leaves itself alone. So it's It's exciting time. I'm well what what's what's in Alabama. They seem to small old area to be having a territorial disputes. I mean could those crucial extra. Himalayan mountains make all the difference to the people of Kerala or Heilongjiang. Well you know the what what's basically happening in. What's being defined the skirmish you know? I mean one man skirmishes another man's invasion basically so when the Chinese say there's a border skirmish what that means is that the there's literally a right of passage so there's a passage they call the Cottam pass through which Chinese troops have entered India and are in India so I suppose a border skirmish can easily be replaced by vast numbers of Chinese trucks who've entered India. Saying this is now hours off. So it's it's really how you define borders mish and invasion really now. The interesting thing is the Indians of claimed it is their territory and it shows up on Indian flags and maps and so on but as you know an Uber Dallas no India. Well Indian borders. You don't really the Chinese side and on the Pakistan side and the reason we have all these two neighbors we don't really know what the country ends no on the Chinese. It could be well into Tibet. We don't I'm sure we left full instructions when we left in the nineteen forty seven. We exactly now. This is where. I'm really missing Cyril Radcliffe. Cereal is the guy who threw the India Pakistan border. Yes I mean those those let me just let me stop you there up those. Who weren't you do not hear very often. This is where I'm really missing Cyril Radcliffe. I mean for various reasons. You just don't hear those words what you want in a situation like this is a man with a moustache and a ruler. Who's just GONNA draw noon sand wherever he feels like it and just be like? That's that's what you do not want to. Donald Trump offering to mediate. Because what more is what's more suitable. When too aggressive blogs a winding up for a punch up outside a pub than for the man who lives on the corner and spends his day screaming pigeons to pitch in as the referee absolutely right one of the big benefits of having civil ratliff is that he had a ruler like Alice said and he had a map and he showed up. In India two days before and he had terrible dysentery so he just drew aligned. Where feels like but the important thing and the allies is the line held? We're fighting over it but we know where the line is. He drew the line with divided. The country no one was expecting. Everyone would be part of India Lahore Pakistan it was chaos but there was a line and this is why I love the British and the align is very important. They didn't do anything on the Chinese side for whatever reason because China separate country. There's no need to draw light so it's basically the actual process which is a northeastern Indian state. China has always claimed residents of predict. Don't need a visa to go to China because the Chinese and this is the only time in India. India insists that citizens get a visa to go to China whereas Chinese opened the door. And the like you don't need to be your Chinese. This is very much part of it again because civil ratliff did not draw a line. What India needs every time? It's in trouble is a British man with a ruler and some dysentery who days and been told to draw a line was drawn. We have a war. Millions would die but we know we were fighting four cliff life man who gives a shit the man you can't stop giving a shit. I will point out the in the current circumstances of the last few months asking for I British person with an illness to take charge of something. That is a risky strategy. Where we all learning that to all coast on an almost daily basis one defense analyst quote on the Al Jazeera website said and this really gives gives day of how serious this is..
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"You should as always a section of the bugle has going straight and the Ben this week. We'll look at all. The new shows that have been brought about by lockdown savy some Some exciting new new shows of emerged from the current circumstances including the new norm Powell. A fascinating historical speculative flaw in the wool commentary examining how to significant twentieth century. Figures would have coped if they'd been flatmates during the current lockdown Gulf War General Norman. Schwarzkopf AND PROHIBITION ERA Super Gangster Al Capone make four hilarious forced buddies as rigid military discipline of storming Norman rubs up against the rule bending brutality and subterfuge of all snarky scarface. The Norman Al All fifty three episodes currently available on any streaming device masking michaelangelo interesting documentary about the controversial updating of the Sistine Chapel frescoes by the legendary Nice owns ought star to make them more suitable for covid audience Obviously ahead of a lot of face Moscow and the PERSPEX screen between Adams Finger and Goldfinger. Not is a lovely touch. Also don't cover the penises. It'll painters do not Do not do not spread cove. It I mean I mean to be honest science. We've had so many different bits of silence. I'm going to throw that one out there. Let's say of got legs? That's how science works isn't it? It's a process of discovering something. It's a protest. It's approaches of suggesting something that might be the case and then let other people work out royal wrong Also You lockdown Shows a new series Rewriting the classics of Ancient Literature as if the authors had been living under corona virus restrictions. The three in the series viral. Virgil homeschooling Homa and self isolating soon. Su homers Hamas Elliott very different Under lockdown basically MENA lesson. Helen share a very awkward tenure lockdown. After he caught his famously hot wife having Scotch sex with young. Trojan hunk Virgil Bangsa a Deluge of Wistful Tedium about cupboards and soon sues out of bore deals with the parenting skills needed to control children in the third king month in lockdown that.
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"Now and we were now going to get hit by this giant locust attack. That was supposed to eat all the crops in India. Now I haven't read much of the Bible but I think it goes famine pestilence something something for Osman of the apocalypse now if the Gideon Bible companies trying to popularize the Bible in India. This is really weird way to do. So it's worked surprisingly well over the years to be honest when you say that one locust attack in wait till the reign of blood and people will be buying that off the shelves off House. Australia feds this week. Australia's faring relatively well Andy in that Our lockdown is easing up and Children back on the streets which I'm finding disappointing and just getting in your way. It's talking to each other being teens. Gross auto that is not is really very very disappointing. Really spend two days a week at the moment. Babysitting my niece Who's sixteen months old and I think I'd love to have a baby and then I see teenagers and think. Oh I don't want one of them. That's why people get dogs. They're inherently menacing. We are recording on the twenty ninth of my in the H. One thousand nine hundred eighty eight as world pipe clip day So this addition of the Bugle is held together by paper clip knots The usual audio staples so we up Paula. Just some of the joins notice smooth as expensive. It is bit hard lined up his knees normal on this day. People are just gonNA think. That's my shit editing. Now Pinnacle that was the pinnacle of an art form and I think we should all take a minute to celebrate that any sort of jarring sound is not if crisis people compare. It looks like you're trying to make a joke on this day in Nineteen fifty-three tenzing norgay Edmund. Hillary became the First People Theresa Summit of Mt Everest or did they new research suggests that the whole thing was faked in a studio on the moon. It's the way the flag is sponsoring and the unrealistic happens. Make gravity look normal also on this day in history. The opening of one of the most important art exhibitions in history in the thirty four thousand. Eight hundred sixty six be seat a new exhibition by the influential autism entitled what is what I am not in the avalon. God Gallery Sudan. Yeah in what is now France who works included classic painting such as ox Bison another bison probably a horse and small his autists random the next thirty thousand years as always a section of the bugle. Good good.
A Close Call
"In August. Two Thousand Fifteen Steve Hill. Who had been John? Sharps crew chief and I went to restore the NEMESIS ANNEX T to flying condition. Sharps Reno Racer had been stored in a hangar. At the Mojave California airport that had been damaged holding the annexed t captive until the hangar doors. Were repaired. I was to relocate the annexed t to the Moriarty New Mexico Airport so that sharp could set some world speed records before retiring the aircraft to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. Sharpen his wife Patricia. Designed and built the t around his six foot four frame and the rudder. Pedals were not adjustable even with cushions and bolsters. I was barely able to reach the rudder pedals. I was unable to perform a magneto check as the next. He slowly crept forward. During the run-up this of course was unacceptable. So I taxi back and inform sharp and the crew of my predicament hill. I returned to Moriarty to contemplate plan. B The annex t was subsequently flown to Moriarty where rudder pedal extensions were designed and installed on April twenty-seventh. Twenty seventeen I finally had a chance to fly the annex t since the winds were forecast to increase hill and I met at hills hanger early to get a leg up on the day and give me a chance to see how sharp's racer flew. The annex t has no forward visibility when being taxied so a lipstick camera was located on the right main landing gear in conjunction with a small video screen and the cockpit so the pilot could see ahead hill. Followed me out to runway two six to both assist and observe my flight. As soon as I applied power I was able to raise the tail on directional control was never an issue. I remained on the ground. Perhaps a bit longer than needed which may have been a function of the elevator. Trim position on lift off. The tee seemed very well behaved. I climbed out to the South West in order to get a better feel for how it behaved before returning to land. Although the aircraft was not unruly the air certainly was so I decided to cut the flight short and return to terra. Firma and aircraft incident or accident is almost never just one thing. It is a series of connected dots that when added up can lead to an untenable situation or worse the first dot manifested itself. Unbeknownst to me as I enter the downwind leg it had only been a few days before that I had flown the glider clubs Piper pointy tow plane. When doing so I would fly a close tight traffic pattern in hindsight. I should have flown a pattern commensurate with the speeds. I would be flying the Reno. Racer that is a one hundred fifty miles per hour on final and somewhat faster on downwind and base geared down to in the green and I started working to slow the next T- because my proximity to the final approach was far too close. I banked steeper as I watched myself fly through. Final DOT number two. I must have added a touch of bottom rudder dot number three at that point mortality Hubbard a watchful bird of prey. And the next thing I knew the next departed in a snapple. I would like to claim. It was superior airmanship skill and reflexes. That kept me from dying that day but I know better. My Guardian Angel was watching over me and only by the grace of God that I make the control inputs. That allowed me to recover at about two hundred feet or so Steve Hill was privy to all of the above and this is what he observed. The aircraft disappeared from my view and hearing to the West. After a few minutes I heard the aircraft approaching from the West and her bills radio call of left down wind for runway. Two six with gear. The aircraft appeared to me to be at a normal altitude. But maybe a little too close to the runway by this time the winds on the ground had picked up and we're gusting a little bit. The winds were mostly aligned with the runway but may have had a southern component. My perception was such that. I almost called bill on the radio. Remind Him to maintain one hundred and fifty miles per hour pattern speed. But I did not. I watched the aircraft perform a left turn from down wind base and the bank angle seemed a little steep to me. The aircraft continued at northerly heading with left-wing down at less than five hundred feet. Ag L. suddenly it appeared to snapple. All the way around and recover right I was looking into the morning sun and did not have an ideal view but I believe that the aircraft continued in a roll to the left. The maneuver happened extremely quickly. Literally in the blink of an eye. It happened so quickly that I was at that point. Not sure of what to make of it. All only that I was in a descending attitude on northbound heading and then if I did not initiate a pull up I would be making ground contact with ample speed in hand about one hundred and seventy or so. I started climbing westbound. Turn for an upwind leg while I contemplated my course of action. I reentered the down wind with substantially more distance from the runway. This time the pattern reflected the speed at which I was flying. The Annex T and the turn from base to final was made at a comfortable bank angle and speed once properly stabilized. The T flu like it was on rails. There was a bit of a southwind so I touched down left wing low as I wield the little racer onto the ground. Shortly after securing the aircraft we were in contact with sharp who was gracious enough to forgive me my transgressions and the fact that almost destroyed his wonderful creation. Sharp offer a five page explanation. Absolving me of blame but I knew better. The fault was entirely mine. The takeaways from this incident are many but mostly the recognition of how easily one can allow the deck to be against oneself. It's important to reflect on the various types of risks identifiable acceptable unacceptable and most important on identified remembering that uncertainty is always there hovering over the horizon awaiting the arrival of the unsuspecting pilot. Who has allowed his or her situation awareness to go by the wayside and for identified risk to enter the equation. I've found the episode humbling. A stark reminder of what a lack of attention to detail can lead to reality had returned with soul searing clarity. I had violated a number of tenants. Those irrefutable physics of flight and aerodynamics that cannot be violated and yet I lived to tell the tale
Grand Moon Landing Plans: NASA Awards Lunar Lander Contracts to Blue Origin and SpaceX
"From wonder. I'm David Brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this Wednesday may sixth ever since John F. Kennedy ask Congress to fund a mission to the Moon in nineteen sixty one presidents have been captivated by the dream of conquering the cosmos. I've believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal before this decade is out of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth. Why the Moon why Mars? Because it is humanity's destiny to strive to seek to find we will give NASA new focus and vision for future expiration. We will build new ships to carry man forward into the universe to gain a foothold on the moon and prepare for new journey to the world's beyond our own that of course was JFK followed by President. George H W Bush in nineteen eighty nine and his son. George W Bush in two thousand four. Both bushes attempted to chart new courses for America to return to the moon. But these initiatives failed other space exploration plans of struggled to is Congress. The American people grappled with conflicts over money and namely it became difficult for taxpayers to justify spending hundreds of billions of dollars in space instead of funding urgent needs here on Terra Firma as a result the last time in American set foot on the moon was was the Apollo Seventeen mission in nineteen seventy two now in twenty twenty. That conflict has risen once again. The White House wants to put the first woman and the next man on the moon by twenty twenty four. That's four years ahead of an earlier NASA plan. President trump ordered the speed up in two thousand seventeen to make the optimist moon landing program. Nasa needs a Lunar Lander a spaceship designed to ferry astronauts from Lunar Orbit to the Moon's surface and back again late last month NASA awarded three contracts to private companies to build just such a lander in total the space agency. Funded almost a billion dollars worth of design and development. One of those contracts went to a team led by Jeff bazars his company blue origin. That team was awarded the largest of the three contracts. Almost six hundred million dollars though. Use It to design a lander somewhat like the one used in the Apollo program. Elon Musk's spacex one. A one hundred thirty five million dollar contract to work on a gigantic reusable lander spacex his lander which reportedly can carry one. Hundred tons of cargo is based on. Its starship spacecraft. Eventually the starship is intended to transport people to Mars The New York Times reports. The third contract for two hundred fifty million dollars went to a team led by Huntsville Alabama Company dianetics. The three companies have ten months to develop their lunar landers new definition of a space race. Anyone at that point NASA will have a clear idea of which lender they'll choose one prominent company. They didn't make the cut. Boeing. Nasa didn't say why it declined to award Boeing contract according to the Guardian but in December test flight of its star liner spaceship failed. That test flight had no crew aboard but the star liner was built with the intention of transporting astronauts to the International Space Station sending astronauts to the moon by twenty twenty four. He is fraught with technical organizational and financial challenges. Perhaps the toughest one is the cost. Nasr's twenty twenty budget is more than twenty billion dollars in twenty twenty one. That budget will have to increase by three billion dollars to fund the Lunar Lander according to the Guardian NASA administrator. Jim Breitenstein Stein said the agency expects Congress to fund the Optimist Moon landing mission despite the economic toll the corona virus is taken on the American economy. It's
"terra firma" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Toll Ruud's on terra firma state lawmakers looking for that financial fix for Michigan roadways more talk about maybe toll roads in the state's future Brad Williams director of government affairs for the Detroit regional chamber says people look at Ohio's turn pike as example of successful tolling but he says Ohio's main East West roadway opening in nineteen fifty five one year I had of the interstate highway system while in Michigan he says skirting a toll road would be pretty easy to do if you want to get say get from Jackson to Ann Arbor you can take ninety four you also can take Michigan Avenue there's redundancy and so I think you know you're going to see if you were to call I mean I ninety four there are lots of ways to get around and so that's one concern state Senate passing a bill to explore the idea of toll roads in Michigan tough times for small cars and not just in the U. Wes here's W. W. J. oughta be reporter Jeff Gilbert board which is phasing out most passenger cars here in the US is now throttling back on production of the subcompact fiesta in Europe the only make the vehicle four days a week at their Cologne Germany plant at least until the end of the year the company blames weaker demand in southern Europe and the U. K. despite that weaker demand the fiesta remains the best selling vehicle in the United Kingdom Jeff Gilbert W. W. J. you're free to go in nineteen fifty W. W. J. news time is eight thirteen a look at sports with Jeff lesson coming up celebrate president's day with a true legend of American adventure the jeep brand discover amazing deals the jeep presidents day affect FC a few corners financing at three thousand.
New Space Force Uniforms Mocked for Camo Design
"The unveiling of uniforms for the newest branch of the armed services prompts a little bit of reading on the internet his fox's Gerry Baumgarten the new uniforms have a camouflage design which is served our fighting men and women well here on terra firma but in space probably not and that's causing a lot of poking of fun named it the United States space command of course as always with the military there's a reason for what they do even though it might not seem apparent the space for says the new outfits are designed to be uniform with other military personnel you know those members of the armed services who are stationed here on earth Gary bomb garden fox
"terra firma" Discussed on KOMO
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Why Penguin Waddles are Efficient
"Haven't talked about any cute animals on this podcast lately so let's get into the penguins they're totally under appreciated i mean penguins swim with speeding grace but i'm land there and adorable mess heaving portly bodies to and fro the shuffle once w little leg in front of other and they get a bad rap but you should not be so quick to judge because that cartoonish walk is actually among the most efficient any animal kingdom it's even more efficient than your 's who's laughing now back in the year two thousand researchers had to see world to study the bio mechanics of the penguins classical wattle they had five emperor penguins wattle across the special platform designed measure the force of each step along with the direction of fat force an how fast each bird was moving penguins rock from side to side with every step and the researchers thought this had the waste a whole lot of energy but they were mistaken penguins one short legs and big feet might not be the best tools forgetting around on land but waddling is the best way they used the tools they've got walking efficiency doesn't just come down the bones and muscles it's also about the way you used them we humans have a pretty efficient way of walking mostly because we fall forward slightly with every step basically were cheating by using gravity to move forward that extra help save this sixty five percent of their energy are muscles would need to exert if we relied on their force alone that sixty five percent figure is known as our energy recovery rate gas will be energy recovery rate is four emperor penguins is eighty percent that is in fact among the highest of any land animal that's not the say penguins don't used a lot of energy to get around on land when they're on terra firma they actually expense twice as much energy as any other land animal their size having short legs and big feet ends knees tucked away up inside their bodies that are hard to move along the ground is this steep price they pay for being good swimmers still with their regular fifty mile trek nesting grounds and how easily they hop over obstacles and scramble over inclines they're not doing too badly for themselves in fact they may help humans in the long run this research may help us understand evaluate entreat individuals with disabilities related to the way they walk so everybody
"terra firma" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
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"terra firma" Discussed on KNSS
"You can actually bring out sort of an outline of these things as they're passing through because as they pass through the atmosphere, and these clouds, it creates an indirect effect where it brings these objects, which in my opinion, or my guess would be that they're cloaked they're using some. Sort of cloaking mechanism, and when you're going through clouds and heavy atmosphere, you're going to get some indirect re revealing of these crafts as you're moving through, the cloud, and I've gotten out on video. And so yeah, that that is a big sort of side phenomenon. We're not sure whether to link it in with eight millions or with secret government work or just something weird unexplained, but I've gotten many audio of and I'm sure you've heard about of the strange loud, screeching or machinery type sound echoing through the skies where they cannot figure out where it's coming from. And those are truly mysterious I've got about thirty seconds here before we hit the brake have you received video of any creatures of any, you know, graze anything on terra firma. Yeah. I mean, I I've over the years, and I'm very careful when it comes to posting pictures of straight aliens. Because again, I think you have to have a little bit of common sense when you're talking about this topic or researching it because you have to say, okay. I understand that they may be coming here in craft to monitor us silent craft monitoring us, they leave to go back out into space all been documented and many times. But you have to think what would the reason be for an alien gray or a wreck toyed or whatever you wanna call them. Why would they be walking out in your bare feet? In the line of sight of cameras in the list to be captured. And so I've gotten some pictures here. And then the more to the point I've I've looked at past stories and incidents. Let me jump in. I gotta take a quick break right here. Tyler will be right back. Thailand Klockner is our guest. This is coast to coast AM. Find out.
"terra firma" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Gone or it's blurry, it's way too close. It's hard to get the the great pictures and the great video footage of this type of stuff. Well, that's one of the arguments against the Patterson family early on. It was that he was looking for Bigfoot and fail filmed one, and that was against him. How can that be? Yeah, right. How can that be? It must be a hoax. You know. But the rare combination of the right equipment at the right time in the right conditions. It does happen sometimes and sometimes you do get a very, very compelling. You seen some other good pictures that you've worked on? Well, I've worked on lots and lots of them would have some of the better ones that you can recall. I've worked at one recently of taken of something in the swamps that appears to reach down and pick something up off the ground from out of a tree appears to just go down, but but it looks. It looks like it's so smooth in the way it does it and that I just kind of looked at it and I really don't know, and after zoomed in on it and kind of sped it up and oscillated the foul, I saw the reflection of it in the water. The treat was out in the swamp in the water and Acas see it go up the tree from the water. So it almost certainly had to be there. You know. It was really, really, really strange, you know, and was it was a big foot type creature. It appeared to be it had very long arms and it looked like it was maybe getting some water and bullet to its mouth or either picking up something and pulling it up a pie like then went up that tree by got him behind another tree. Some film that you said it was videotaped tight us take it with a phone. Wow phone because that's something we talked about yesterday when we were in the bayou searching for for the creature. And you were mentioning how Doges keep your eyes on the on the land, the water look up in the trees as well. Well, we're, we're how many, how many worlds are you looking at? You know you, we've tend to to look at our world. We're terrestrial. Terra firma is our world, right? But there's so many other things that live differently, you know, and they can. They can. The Honey island monsters is is known for his climbing trees as well. Well, for instance, you saw the mount of water there now what it? What? If it could get in the water locking alligator and just kind of stick its nose get behind a tree and just have knows and is up, or perhaps if it saw you come and go up that tree and get above the canopy, you know we were looking at, yeah, you couldn't see anything above the canopy. You know there were more more tree up there, but you know, that's those worlds that we have a hard time piercing because we know that this creature can swim to this. Talk about swimming in the river. Being in the being hit by boats and that sort of stuff as well ahead hurt, but but it didn't drown. Right know it still. It's still Dana said that her grandfather actually hit one with a boat. Yeah. And thought he had hit a person was calling to the person, the person's got to the other Bank and just walked away. Yeah. Yeah, that's probably not a person. Yeah, yeah, exactly. No, there's something else you mentioned. Yes. Those kind of interesting to you're talking about kind of the vibration or the sound that it makes, but we can't hear it. We just feel it talked about that. Well, you got just kind of funny because. They've only recently come to appreciate that animals do make these low frequency sounds and what they will do to a person. You don't hear them with your ears, but you feel them with your whole body and and they they can. They can generate things in a person like fear or confusion or nausea and all of those things tend to muddy the water. During the the heated part of an encounter, you know where you're not really sure what you saw or what went on, you know, and that's been used elephants, do it. They, I picked it up of elephants using specialized equipment. It was. They were doing something else and realized they were picking up sound, and then they began to find it in a lot of other animals like Jaguars Jaguars can do it..
"terra firma" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
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"Thanks for staying with us we've got ryan beckley with terra firma foundation systems in the studio with us talking about foundation repair crawlspace encapsulation basement waterproofing you guys also do earthquake retrofitting which is real on people's minds these days what are some other things like you had mentioned during the break a little more about basements yup that was process that we've kind of invented and perfected i think i mean we're we're still developing it a little bit but we certainly have come a long ways we do a basement renovation process that really has an incredible amount of appeal in especially portland where infill and adding eighty us and adding more space to the the inner urban neighborhoods is really become important and essentially what we is what our target home would be is is a home it has a x accessible crawlspace or seller if you will but that's not legal livable space so lot of homes on the east side of the river a lot of those neighborhoods over there the eight hundred year old homes they'll have five or six or six and a half foot crawlspaces under the house it's where the water heater is it's where the washer dryer is where they keep the ski equipment they don't use this is a dirt floor sometimes there's a you know a thin concrete slab underneath of them usually a couple of small windows but it's certainly not someplace that you would put a bedroom yeah you got the oil tank sometimes is down there yeah absolutely shoot so essentially were approached by a couple of developers several years ago and i sort of engineered a process where we could use some of our existing technology to go into that space and i mean just a a really short version of what we do we basically take either steeler would beams and if you already have a layout we can work with you know with what the finished design is going to be we can work with interior walls to support it if you don't we can clearspan at all the way from side to side and we we take all the postal memes out we support the entire structure on a whole new basically skeleton that is beams underneath of the existing floor joyce to steal supports the go to a deep foundation system and then we will literally cut a hole in the side of it and take a piece of equipment on meet the house after we've supported the entire thing and dig that entire space down to eight or eight and a half or nine feet whatever the customer's desire is but over legal permissible height and then we will install new windows new legal egress windows we will put a waterproofing system in we will put a new shot great wall which is basically sprayed on concrete at roughly five thousand psi it usually be about a six and six to eight inch thick concrete wall around on the inside of the existing foundation wall and then a whole new slab and a dehumidifier a waterproofing system which would include us up and so at that point you have a structurally stabilized completely retrofitted totally permissible legal livable space down there and and most of those neighborhoods were doing our work in a couple of weeks maybe three weeks and for usually less than half of what the the home values are so that space can be financed you can you can go get a mortgage on it you can turn into an eighty you weren't doing we're doing a.