Why should we trust what the gospel authors have to say about Jesus? How can we test the Gospel authors to see if their accounts are reliable? J. Warner answers these questions in this video from a stage presentation from his book, Cold-Case Christianity.
The reliability of Scripture is among the most important truths that the field of apologetics deals with. In this radio interview I discuss four important areas of evidence to be familiar with when defending the Bible's authenticity.Listen as we talk about why we can trust that our Bibles have been faithfully preserved from the original writings until now.On This Episode We'll Discuss:The vast number of early manuscripts we have - Scripture is by far the best attested of all ancient writingsThe archaeological support of Biblical people, places, and eventsHow we know the writings were faithfully preservedWhen the New Testament accounts were written (and why that matters) Listen & See the Show Notes at ReasonableTheology.org/reliableThanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to share it with a friend and hit the subscribe button so you don't miss what's coming up next.Also, if you've not already please leave a rating and review in your favorite podcast player - it helps others find the podcast.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/reasonabletheology)
Reliability Web speaks with Steve Loan of the Reliability Leadership Foundation a non profit organization founded by Terry O'Hanlon and Maura Abad. Tackling relevant maintenance topics through consortiums powered by some of the best and most innovative thinkers in the industry the RLF takes on topics from Diversity and Inclusion to Digital Transformation with an eye for education and advancement.
Episode 26 of 'The Open Forum' where Christians are invited to join the discussion with our panelists Hamza, Ijaz, Abbas, Nazam & Imran. Guests will be invited on a first come first serve basis. Please note we can only have a maximum of 10 panelists (including efdawah panelists) at any one time. Link to join the panel :Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx420FfPBbEboBvnYjIemzw/join© 2021 EFDawah All Rights ReservedTimestamps/Chapters:0:00 - Intro0:56 - Brothers Abbas & Hamza join1:11 - Purpose of the stream1:53 - Dawah in Virtual Reality3:30 - Muslim guest joins & streams for Muslims only5:55 - Tias joins & complements the brothers6:18 - Background of Tias & looking into Islam7:35 - Why Music is prohibited in Islam ?10:34 - SHAHADAH TIME: Tias takes his Shahadah(May Allah ﷻ keep him firm on the deen
Utilizing maintenance data to make key business decisions results in improved equipment reliability, optimized costs, improved safety, and environmental impacts. However, there are many challenges due to a lack of know-how, resources, and data quality issues. To understand and mitigate those challenges, Chemical Processing spoke with Manjish Naik, Product Manager at GE Digital.
Christopher Driscoll, Director of Technology at University of Pittsburgh How do you have a campus culture when everything is online? The IT Hierarchy Top 4 in Order #1: Security #2: Connectivity #3: Reliability #4: Resourcefulness
Understanding Conrail with Brian Gorton Brian Gorton and Joe Lynch discuss understanding Conrail. Brian is the President & Chief Operating Officer of Conrail Shared Assets, which serves as a contract local carrier and switching company for its owners, CSX Transportation and the Norfolk Southern Railway. About Brian Gorton Brian E. Gorton joined Conrail in 1987 as a conductor. He advanced to the position of Assistant Terminal Superintendent before departing Conrail prior to the CSXT and Norfolk Southern acquisition of Conrail in 1998. After his departure from Conrail, he worked at the Union Pacific Railroad where he held various positions in the Transportation Department including General Manager of UP's Houston and Gulf Coast Service Units. On April 19, 2021, Brian rejoined Conrail and was appointed President & Chief Operating Officer of Conrail Shared Assets headquartered in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, bringing with him over 30 years of railroad experience and expertise. About Conrail Conrail is an American railroad company. It operates three networks—the North Jersey, South Jersey/Philadelphia, and Detroit Shared Assets Areas, where it serves as a contract local carrier and switching company for its owners, CSX Transportation and the Norfolk Southern Railway. Customers located along Conrail's lines have access to the national rail network through either railway. As a local rail service provider, it's Conrail's job to make sure that customers' freight shipments are safely and efficiently moved between their rail sidings and the long-distance freight trains operated by CSX and Norfolk Southern. CSX and Norfolk Southern handle all commercial matters for customers. However, Conrail plays a critical role in serving shippers and receivers as a service provider for our owners. Key Takeaways: Understanding Conrail Brian Gorton is the President & Chief Operating Officer of Conrail Shared Assets, which serves as a contract local carrier and switching company for its owners, CSX Transportation and the Norfolk Southern Railway. In the podcast interview, Brian explains Conrail's capabilities, service area, history, operations, and the advantages that rail brings to high-volume shippers. In the spring of 1997, Norfolk Southern Corporation (NS) and CSX Corporation (CSX) agreed to acquire Conrail through a joint stock purchase. CSX and NS split most of the Company's assets between them. The approved merger plan restructured Conrail into a Switching and Terminal Railroad operating about 1,200 miles of track in three regional areas. On June 1, 1999, Conrail began operating as a Switching and Terminal Railroad for its owners, NS and CSX, in the three geographical areas of Northern New Jersey, Southern New Jersey/Philadelphia, and Detroit, Michigan. In 2007, it expanded its operations from Northern New Jersey to Staten Island, New York. Advantages of rail transport: Cost effective. Shippers often save money by switching from truck to rail. Sustainability. Rail transport is more environmentally friendly and produces less greenhouse gas emissions than over the road trucking. Great option for high-volume shippers. A double-stacked train can move more freight than hundreds of trucks. Reliability. Trains run on a track and on a schedule, so traffic and weather are seldom an issue. Access to capacity. Many shippers use rail as an alternative to the driver and truck constrained over the road market. Intermodal shipping which utilizes rail transport is often the most efficient transportation mode for shippers, particularly high-volume shippers. Learn More About Understanding Conrail Brian Gorton Conrail The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
Reliability Radio speaks with Stan Smith of IBM on the effort to develop a Maximo solution that helps companies leverages relevant ROI and allows for flexibility to change directions in order to maximize stakeholder investment. By taking a wholistic approach to the redesign investors can be confident that the ideal solution to their maintenance requirements can be accomplished within Maximo in a timely, cost effective way.
Trends in Electrical Reliability with Alan Ross It is my pleasure to welcome Alan Ross to the podcast, currently president of EPRA, the chair of the Tripoli smart grid marketing committee, as well as the editor in chief of transformer technology and women in power systems. In this episode we covered: What’s happening in electrical […] The post 293 – Trends in Electrical Reliability with Alan Ross appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
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Planning a Reliability Program Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the planning that goes into any reliability program. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss approaches to achieving high reliability. Specifically using the 6-step process. (See Show Notes) Topics include: The 6-step” process to achieve high reliability (See Show Notes) Does the 6-step process […] The post SOR 717 Planning a Reliability Program appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
Thomas Smale is the Founder and CEO of FE International. He is a serial business entrepreneur and M&A expert, having built the industry leading firm in the $1-100M global technology sector. Smale is an authority source on e-commerce, and in fact established the very category of M&A advisory for online businesses. Smale began building and selling online companies in his early 20s as an interest. When he proved to have a natural talent for increasing the value of these businesses, this became his full-time career. Over the last decade, Smale has grown FE International into an award-winning global M&A advisor of SaaS, e-commerce, and content businesses, completing acquisitions for thousands of founders, owners, and acquirers and advising on over $500MM in lifetime acquisitions. In this episode you will learn: The elements that drive value/price. Reliability and consistency. Find out the things that people don't care about such as SKUs. Approach relationship between revenue/gross profit and # SKUs. Preparing for a sale the best way to increase the value of your business. What to do when buyers come in and look at everything. Things you do to exit your business. The middle ground between no planning and a plan. Difference between Brokers vs Aggregators.
The holidays are almost here, but with COVID cases and variants on the rise, its feeling a bit like March 2020 again. How can we stay safe over the next couple of weeks? We'll get some advice from infectious disease specialist Dr. Lisa Barrett.
Welcome to this special edition of the reliability matters podcast. unlike other episodes, this episode has no guests. At the time of this recording, we have 85 published episodes with more than 16,000 downloads. The reliability matters podcast began as an experiment. I figured we would produce about 10 episodes on various subjects and then move on to something else. Well, I was wrong. I have received countless emails from listeners thanking me for the podcasts stating how much they enjoy listening. The thank you goes more appropriately to my guests. Without them, I would simply be another talking head. And who needs more of those? While my goal was to provide educational material for the electronics industry, perhaps it is me that has learned the most. I am so fortunate to be able to speak to and learn from so many subject matter experts. I would like to take a few moments to thank my guests on this final episode of the 2021 season of reliability matters.Bob Doetzer – IPC Training and certificationChristopher Frederickson – Solder Paste InspectionMiles Moreau _Thermal ProfilingPaul Salerno – Solder PasteMatt Kelly – IPC Technical ConferenceDr. Stan RakDr. Bev ChristianCheryl Tulkoff and Greg Caswell - Their new book: "DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE IN ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING"Dave Trail – Industry 4.0Tanya Martin, Greg Vance, Dr. Rayio Aspandiar, and Richard Coyle – SMTAI Technical ConferenceJames Kovacevic - Maintenance Reliability TrainingMike Buetow , Trevor Galbraith, and Phil Stoten - Meet the PressPatrick Stimpert – Lean Manufacturing and the Toyota Manufacturing PrincipalChris Denney and Melissa Hough - Contract ManufacturingTim Jensen – Solder PastesMark Waterman – Thermal ProfilingDavid Leventhal, Joan Carrol-Kennedy, and Murray Percival Jr. - Being a Manufacturers Rep During COVIDAmit Dror - 3D Printing of Complex Circuit BoardsNorman Mier - Rework and Repair of Circuit AssembliesDr. and Professor Ron Lasky - a profile of three of his college students:Annaka BalchRaaga KannanNadia ClementTim O'Neill and Fred Dimoc – Solder Voiding Mitigation Strategies and Vacuum ReflowDock Brown - ReliabilityFrançois Monette - Connectivity, Data Management, Material and Process Control, Traceability, and AnalyticsSal Sparacino – Cleaning ChemicalsElizabeth Kidd - Testing for Conformal Coat AdhesionTara Dunn - Fex Circuits and Additive ElectronicsDave Hillman - Causes and Possible Remedies for Solder VoidingDr. Eric Fossum - Inventor of the CMOS Image Sensor (who kicked off the 2021 season).I am extremely grateful for all of the listeners and subscribers of the reliability matters podcast. Obviously, without you, we would just be broadcasting into a huge void. Thank you for your support, comments and episode suggestions, and dedication to this podcast. We live at the moment in very strange times. many of us have been in an extended period of lockdown unable to attend technical conferences. I hope this podcast and it's content have helped to fill the educational void caused by this global pandemic.I would also like to think Mike Buetow of circuits assembly magazine for syndicating this show on his PCBchat.com podcast. I would also like to thank Fred Schenkelberg at Ascendo Reliability for syndicating this show on reliability.tv.In January of 2021, we introduced an additional platform for this podcast. In addition to our traditional audio podcasts, we launched the reliability matters YouTube channel. Now, you can listen to this podcast in your car or on the treadmill, or watch it on your laptop, phone, or tablet. Don't miss an episode. Subscribe to the audio podcasts on apple podcast, Google podcasts, Spotify, IHeartRadio, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also watch this podcast on the reliability matters YouTube channel. If you missed any of the episodes from the 2020 or 2021 season, they are available on your favorite podcast app or on our YouTube channelI wish all of you the happiest of holidays and a safe, prosperous, and healthy new year. I'll see you again in January for the premier off the 2022 season of the reliability matters podcast.
Episode 25 of 'The Open Forum' where Christians are invited to join the discussion with our panelists Hamza, Ijaz, Abbas, Nazam & Imran. Guests will be invited on a first come first serve basis. Please note we can only have a maximum of 10 panelists (including efdawah panelists) at any one time. Link to join the panel :Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx420FfPBbEboBvnYjIemzw/join© 2021 EFDawah All Rights ReservedTimestamps/Chapters:0:00 - intro0:54 - Face reveal of the man behind the intro vocals (it's Brother Abbas
Alex Walter of Reliability Web speaks with Melissa Ruth on her work with the WIRAM organization and how diversity is a tapestry that goes beyond just what the eye can see. They also discuss how to take the lessons of diversity and apply them in the modern maintenance workforce.
Achieving or Calculating Reliability Abstract Carl and Fred discuss which reliability methods add more value to a project or program: those methods that are centered around calculating reliability or those methods that predominently support achieving reliability. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the difference bwtween reliablity methods that calculate reliability and those […] The post SOR 714 Achieving or Calculating Reliability appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
Welcome to episode 18 of 'The Perfect Storm' with Abbas, Hamza, & Imran, live at 9:30pm BST. The Perfect Storm is designated for anyone that would like to have their belief system challenged. Can your belief system stand up to scrutiny?Link to join the perfect storm : This is a stream not to be missed, so get your pop corn ready, sit back and brace yourselves for ‘The Perfect Storm' brought to you by EF Dawah.Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx420FfPBbEboBvnYjIemzw/joinNasheed Provided by https://Vocaltunez.com Title: Eulogy© 2021 EFDawah All Rights ReservedTimestamps/Chapters:0:00 - Intro1:25 - Brothers Abbas & Hamza join1:42 - Purpose of the stream4:11 - Discussion about the previous streams & Dawah discussion6:29 - Hijab's podcast with Jordan Peterson14:11 - Christianity being from Paul and not from Jesus PBUH18:18 - Mike: lying on previous stream20:37 - Bible being the word of God22:09 - Did Jesus Pbuh die for the sins of mankind ?23:11 - Evidence of Christianity(Healing of the sick)26:37 - Claim of Christianity not being a religion28:31 - Reliability of the Bible32:02 - The Bible Qiraat (so/sooo)
When we say that we believe in bringing humanity back to the workplace, we mean to any and all workplaces. Today's guest, James Kovacevic, is an expert in maintenance and reliability in the world of manufacturing. In this week's episode, we have a conversation about what love in the workplace looks like from his lens.
An early mover focusing on fine wine, Bordeaux and California futures, and becoming a dual importer/retailer, Addy Bassin's MacArthur Beverages has become a wine institution in Washington DC. Phil Bernstein, General Manager of the brick & mortar wine retail store and importer, tells us about how he thinks about wine pricing, direct importing wines, the changes in consumer buying patterns, and more as we continue to delve into the future of wine retail. Detailed Show Notes: Phil's backgroundHe grew up in Long Island, played Trumpet, and pursued a career as a professional trumpet playerHe ended up begging for a part-time job at a retail shop in Ann Arbor, MI, and got his start in wineSaw a job at Calvert Woodley in DC on winejobs.com and moved to DCHe moved to Macarthur Beverages so he could become a wine buyer and became GM in April 2018Macarthur Beverages historyAn institution in DC, in the Palisades suburbsFounded in 1957 by Addy Bassin and his wife, RuthOne of the 1st to offer Bordeaux En PrimeurHe was notable for bidding on one of the Jefferson wine bottlesThey had a focus on fine wine from an early stage Both a national shop (because of fine wine focus) and a neighborhood storePre-pandemic - 50% online / 50% in-store; today - 70% online, 30% in-storeUsed to have tastings every Sat in-store to drive foot trafficPeople now do curbside pick up after ordering onlineDoes a lot of DC area delivery (can only legally deliver in DC, not nearby suburbs in MD or VA)Physical store for wine retail - “nothing beats the human interaction”Pricing for wine retail - “price is everything”Believes that price often trumps customer loyaltyLooks at wine-searcher.com when pricing wine, having the best price on wine-searcher meaningfully drives salesUsed to do a standard markup with a case discount, but believes now having the best price upfront is key“Reliability” for MacArthurs is good customer serviceTake care of the wine (temp control, only ship when weather is good)Never makes vintage substitutionsAlways makes good on promises, even if they end up losing money on the saleBoth an importer and a retailerOnly possibly in DC and CA in the USCan buy Bordeaux direct from negociantsHave access to more fine wine from overseasCan cut out the middle man - improving profitability and reducing the price to the customerFinding their wines to direct import - have exclusivity, mostly locallyImports 6-7 full 50ft containers a yearNot allowed to sell to other distributors or retailers~60% of business from wholesalers, ~40% importedBelieves more importers will sell direct over timeBordeaux Futures/En PrimeurThe value of it can vary a lot by campaignThe only way for it to work is for wines expected to either be sold out or at higher prices when the wines are released for customers to tie up their moneyIn most years, En Primeur only works for the top 50-75 wines, which doesn't make sense for most Petit Chateau2019 campaign - Bordelais knew people couldn't taste during En Primeur due to Covid, Pontet Canet and Angelus came out early with low prices and set the tone - lots of interest and buying2020 campaign - “somewhat of a dud,” Bordelais took prices back up to between 2018 and 2019 levelsCalifornia FuturesStarting to go away from this modelIn the early 1980s (pre-internet), set up barrel tasting of CA wine producers, people could taste the wines and order futures at a discountE.g., Randy Dunn, Ridge, Shafer were some producersRobert Parker came and did a private tasting after the eventIt has since been taken over by the internet, mailing lists, and wines have wider distributionNow more of a social event, less about selling wineCustomer demographicsLargest revenue from males 45-54Growing population according to Google Analytics - females 35-44, more younger buyers tend to be femaleBuying habits changingThe old model - buy by the case (based on points and price)The new model (as wine prices have gone up and selection has increased) - lots of 1-2 bottle buying, trying things from all over the placePoints are less importantRestaurants are a way for consumers to explore new types of wineBourbon is a very hot categoryCommunications Email is still the #1 way to sell wineSocial media - doing more, can highlight boutique items, good for promoting local events (tastings, wine dinners)YouTube - did some video tastings for customers - got excellent feedbackWorking with a digital marketing company
In India, tests intended to evaluate overall student achievement, soon to be rolled out nationally, suffer from massive grade inflation - even though no children or teachers are rewarded or punished based on the results. Ahbijeet Singh tells Tim Phillips why this happens and how we can collect more reliable administrative data in future.
how do you go about telling a memorable story about a Weibull plot of field data? Or, a mean cumulative plot of a repairable system? The post Let Me Tell You a Reliability Story appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
The internet of things and smart devices are everywhere, which means computing needs to be everywhere too. And this is where edge computing comes in, because as companies pursue faster, more efficient decision-making, all of that data needs to be processed locally, in real time—on device at the edge. “The type of processing that needs to happen in near real time is not something that can be hauled all the way back to the cloud in order to make a decision,” says Sandra Rivera, executive vice president and general manager of the Datacenter and AI Group at Intel. The benefits of implementing an edge-computing architecture are operationally significant. Although larger AI and machine learning models will still require the compute power of the cloud or a data center, smaller models can be trained and deployed at the edge. Not having to move around large amounts of data, explains Rivera, results in enhanced security, lower latency, and increased reliability. Reliability can prove to be more of a requirement than a benefit when users have dubious connections, for example, or data applications are deployed in hostile environments, like severe weather or dangerous locations. Edge-computing technologies and approaches can also help companies modernize legacy applications and infrastructure. “It makes it much more accessible for customers in the market to evolve and transform their infrastructure,” says Rivera, “while working through the issues and the challenges they have around needing to be more productive and more effective moving forward.” A compute-everywhere future promises opportunities for companies that historically have been impossible to realize—or even imagine. And that will create great opportunity says Rivera, “We're eventually going to see a world where edge and cloud aren't perceived as separate domains, where compute is ubiquitous from the edge to the cloud to the client devices.”
“Many organizations think in order to be safe, they have to be slow. But the data shows us that the best performers are getting both. And in fact, as speed increases, so too does stability." Nathen Harvey is the co-author of 2021 Accelerate State of DevOps Report and a Developer Advocate at Google. In this episode, we discussed in-depth the latest release of the State of DevOps Report. Nathen started by describing what the report is all about, how it got started, and explained the five key metrics suggested by the report to measure the software delivery and operational performance. Nathen then explained how the report categorizes different performers based on their performance against the key metrics and how the elite performers outperform the others in terms of speed, stability, and reliability. Next, we dived into several new key findings that came out of the 2021 report that relate to documentation, secure software supply chain, and burnout. Towards the end, Nathen gave great tips on how we can use the findings from the reports to get started and improve our software delivery and operational performance, that ultimately will improve our organizational performance. Listen out for: Career Journey - [00:05:28] State of DevOps Report - [00:09:32] The Five Key Metrics - [00:13:55] Speed, Safety, and Reliability - [00:19:58] Performers Categories - [00:23:26] 2021 New Key Findings - [00:28:01] New Finding: Documentation - [00:30:44] New Finding: Secure Software Supply Chain - [00:34:58] New Finding: Burnout - [00:37:22] How to Start Improving - [00:39:36] 3 Tech Lead Wisdom - [00:43:55] _____ Nathen Harvey's Bio Nathen Harvey, Developer Relations Engineer at Google, has built a career on helping teams realize their potential while aligning technology to business outcomes. Nathen has had the privilege of working with some of the best teams and open source communities, helping them apply the principles and practices of DevOps and SRE. He is part of the Google Cloud DORA research team and a co-author of the 2021 Accelerate State of DevOps Report. Nathen was an editor for 97 Things Every Cloud Engineer Should Know, published by O'Reilly in 2020. Follow Nathen: Twitter – @nathenharvey LinkedIn – https://linkedin.com/in/nathen Github – https://github.com/nathenharvey Our Sponsor Are you looking for a new cool swag? Tech Lead Journal now offers you some swags that you can purchase online. These swags are printed on-demand based on your preference, and will be delivered safely to you all over the world where shipping is available. Check out all the cool swags by visiting https://techleadjournal.dev/shop. Like this episode? Subscribe on your favorite podcast app and submit your feedback. Follow @techleadjournal on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. Pledge your support by becoming a patron. For more info about the episode (including quotes and transcript), visit techleadjournal.dev/episodes/68.
When you hear “Honda Motor Company”, what comes to mind? Reliability? Safety and simplicity? A company that sells its products to more than 140 countries around the world? How about revolutionary innovation? Today on Past Gas, Honda's breakthroughs, and how their continued success can be traced back to their singular, eccentric founder: a four-foot eleven-inch visionary named Soichiro Honda. More about Show: Follow James on IG and Twitter @jamespumphrey. Follow Nolan on IG and Twitter @nolanjsykes. Follow Joe on IG and Twitter @joegweber. Follow Donut @donutmedia, and subscribe to our Youtube and Facebook channels! Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/PastGas. If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/PastGas. Thanks to our sponsors: For a limited time, we've partnered with Current to give away cash for the holidays! Current is giving away $200 to ten podcast listeners in the month of December. All you have to do is download the Current app and enter code GAS during sign up before December 31st for a chance to win! Enter TODAY for your chance to win the “Custom Jeep Wrangler” or other life-changing prizes and experiences at omaze.com/gas. Plus, receive 20 extra entries when you enter code gas20. Find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today when you go to upstart.com/GAS. Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at truebill.com/GAS. Use Valvoline for your car! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In their amazing tome, The Popular Handbook of Archaeology and the Bible, Holden and Geisler in the preface stake out a strong argument for the authenticity and reliability of Holy Scripture. God bless you and thank you for listening! Please join us daily!!!
We are surrounded with wonderful 'smart' technology and increasingly amazing manifestations of technology. But what about the basics? Reliability engineering is primarily about the basics. And you might be shocked as to how many reliability engineers out there aren't as on top of the basics as they think they are? The post SOR 712 Still Need to Know the Basics appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
In this episode of Smart Energy Voices, SED's Debra Chanil discusses distributed energy resources in higher education with Lincoln Bleveans, Executive Director, Sustainability & Energy Management at Stanford University. DERs in higher education is a complex topic that can be overwhelming. Lincoln addresses the challenges of energy reliability, resilience, and creating a granular room-to-room energy plan. He also discusses the unique intersection between the university and Silicon Valley. You won't want to miss his insightful observations. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Lincoln's current role at Stanford University [02:55] Sustainability goals and DERs [07:38] Stanford's thermal facility [12:38] Wildfires' effect on energy [17:34] The intersection of Stanford and Silicon Valley [24:39] Lincoln's journey from municipal to university [29:48] Stanford's sustainability goals As the Executive Director of Sustainability and Energy Management at Stanford University, Lincoln is in charge of energy, water, and the Office of Sustainability. Lincoln oversees everything from 24/7 operations to the long-term planning and positioning of investments to keep the university at the cutting edge. Stanford is one of the few sustainable universities in the world that has a platinum rating from AASHE. Stanford has established zero-carbon goals for its energy supply - that includes not just electricity to the campus, but also electricity that drives a $600 million thermal plant that is the heart of the campus, making both chilled and hot water. Stanford currently has two power purchase agreements with solar farms in California, which will bring the campus to more than 100% renewable in its electric supply as of the middle of 2022. The university also has a goal of zero waste by 2030. Replacing energy sources For many years, Stanford had a cogeneration facility, a standard gas turbine, providing both an electric supply to the campus and on-site generation. It also provided a tremendous amount of steam, which drove the heating and cooling system for the entire campus. Stanford had an interesting problem to solve when the plant reached the end of its life: How do they replace that energy source while moving forward with a more environmentally sensitive solution? Stanford determined that they didn't need power generation on-site or to continue using steam. Instead, they decided they could meet their needs more cost-effectively with hot and chilled water. This conversion required dozens of miles in piping and re-engineering devices for hot and cold water input. Stanford is currently doubling the chiller capacity to match the rapid campus growth and because the climate curve has been steeper than initially expected. Reliability and resilience Stanford is fortunate to be on the cusp of reaching 100% renewable energy. At the same time, they're dependent on a grid that isn't under their control, including two interconnections with the California ISO through Pacific Gas and Electric. One of the significant challenges Lincoln faces in his role is figuring out reliability in the context of intensive electrification and decarbonization. Right now, having diesel generators for emergencies is necessary from a building code perspective but it doesn't make sense for Stanford's broader greenhouse gas goals and is an issue they're trying to figure out. Lincoln views the campus as a microgrid facing that challenge, similar to how hospitals face the same challenge. Obtaining reliability and resilience while simultaneously decarbonizing is one of the big and exciting challenges many are facing now and in the future. Resources & People Mentioned Stanford University | Institutions | STARS Reports Stanford Energy System Innovations (SESI) New Central Energy Facility - Sustainable Stanford Connect with Lincoln Bleveans On Linkedin On Twitter Lincoln Bleveans has been an executive in the global energy industry for over 25 years, focused on electric power and sustainability. His experience spans the globe and the energy value chain, from emerging technologies to independent power project (IPP) development to utility operations. He is an internationally recognized thought-leader, writer, and speaker on energy and sustainability. He is now Executive Director of Sustainability & Energy Management at Stanford University, leading the University's mission-critical operations and world-leading innovation and operations in sustainability, electricity, thermal energy, building energy management, water, and waste. Most recently, he was an executive at Burbank Water & Power, an innovative and high-performing electric and water utility in southern California. He is active as a mentor, advisor, and board for technology start-ups, infrastructure projects, and non-profits. Connect With Smart Energy Decisions https://smartenergydecisions.com Follow them on Facebook Follow them on Twitter Follow them on LinkedIn Subscribe to Smart Energy Voices If you're interested in participating in the next Smart Energy Decision Event, visit smartenergydecisions.com or email our Event Operations Director, Lisa Carroll at firstname.lastname@example.org Audio Production and Show notes by PODCAST FAST TRACK https://www.podcastfasttrack.com
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Consumer Reports is one of the unique companies that has developed a reputation for being 'neutral' in the consumer product world. With some of the strictist guidelines on maintaining a repution of testing products in an unbiased manner. Those results are then presented in a straight forward, understandable manner.On this episode, we are joined by Joh Linkov from Consumer Reports, with a review of the latest report on vehicle reliability. While there are a lot of expected results, there are also a few surprises from their testing.In our feature segment, Don Armstrong has been checking out the new 2022 Buick Envision Avenir FWD, a small to medium size SUV.-----Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast provider for the next episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk six days a week, and check out our live broadcast every Saturday, 8a-11aCT simulcasting on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch and InWheelTime.com.In Wheel Time Car Talk can be heard on you mobile device from providers such as:Apple Podcasts, Pandora Podcast, Amazon Music Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio podcast, TuneIn + Alexa, Podcast Addict, Castro, Castbox and more on your mobile device.----- ------ ------Want more In Wheel Time in real time? Follow InWheelTime.com for the latest updates!Twitter: https://twitter.com/InWheelTimeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/inwheeltime/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InWheelTime/ YouTube: https://www.YouTube.com/InWheelTimeTags: In Wheel Time, automotive car talk show, car talk, Live car talk show
Welcome back to TFLtalk! In this podcast, Roman and Tommy discuss the least and most reliable car brands, according to Consumer Reports' annual report. Some brands score high marks, but others aren't quite as trouble-free.
Welcome to the Dynasty Academy Podcast! Hosted by Michael Washington-Weeks joined by co-hosts Mark Angst and Eli Johnsrud. This is your one-stop-shop podcast for everything you need to know about Dynasty, Devy, and Campus 2 Canton fantasy football leagues. It's one of our favorite times of the year as our Devy Drafts are beginning to get underway! We discuss value at the RB position and reliability vs upside.
Hour 2: FOX News contributor Deroy Murdock discusses election integrity and Voter ID. Rodney Davis talks about redistricting in Illinois and vaccine mandates. Whatever happened to Miss Cleo? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Eric Bogatin, Dean of Signal Integrity Academy, is back for some awesome discussion about bad PCB design guidelines. How to spot them to avoid ruining your design? This is going to be fun and insightful! Make sure to check the show notes and additional resources below. Watch until the end. Our favorite Dean has some perks for our listeners. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Eric's AltiumLive Presentation Pathological Design Features Demonstration of the 2D Field Solver built-in for free in Altium Designer Your intuition + PCB design tool can make or break your PCB design performance Most Common Sources of Noise Ground bounce as an extreme case of crosstalk Design structures that can strongly contribute to EMI failures Eric Explains “transparent interconnect” Best measurement practice and routing correctly Is an Arduino board really for beginners? EMI Problems caused by split planes—the trifecta, you get reflection noise, you get crosstalk noise, you get EMI noise out of it Eric Bogatin, Steve Sandler, and Larry Smith debunked PCB design myths and legends—the Myth of Three Capacitor Values Power integrity becoming Signal Integrity What is Rad-hard? Reliability concerns in aerospace technology and automotive systems Fiber in vehicle and fiber base radar could be the solution Eric answers, What do you think about right-angle traces? 3 Month Signal Integrity Academy Subscription, use promo code ALT21 AltiumLive Connect, register now! Links and Resources: Article: The Myth of Three Capacitor Values Signal Integrity Journal Laboratory for Atmospheric Space Physics Should You Worry About 90 Degree Bends in Circuit Board Traces? Previous Podcast Episode with Eric Bogatin Why You Should Stop Hanging on to Legacy Design Rules Eric Bogatin Debunks Common Misconceptions About Transmission Lines Signal Integrity Expert Eric Bogatin on Best Measurement Practices AltiumLive 2022 Connect: Now open for registration Connect with Zach Peterson on LinkedIn Connect with Eric Bogatin on Linkedin Watch Zach's latest Altium Academy courses on Youtube Read Zach's articles on Altium's resource hub Full OnTrack Podcast Library Altium Website Download your Altium Designer Free Trial Learn More about Altium Nexar Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
The ongoing severe drought in the western U.S. has led to low water levels in the rivers and reservoirs that feed hydroelectric power systems. The Energy Information Administration is projecting a 13.9% decrease in hydroelectric generation this year compared to 2020. Water levels in Lake Powell have fallen so low that it may not be […]
David Robinson is the Teaching Pastor at Acts Church Northwest in Vancouver, WA. David went to George Fox University, Clark College, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, and Liberty University School of Law. David has his B.A in Philosophy from George Fox University and his J.D. from Liberty University School of Law. David has been an adjunct instructor with Liberty University's graduate and undergraduate business program. David has practiced law in Washington state and Tennessee. David loves thinking, studying, teaching, and Washington Huskies Football. Occasionally, he strives for mediocrity in disc golf. David is passionate about his relationship with God, his relationship with his wife, Tiffany, and his family, friends, and Church. https://www.actschurchnw.org/ Bible referenced: https://www.christianbook.com/esv-inductive-bible-milano-softone-green/9780736957212/pd/957212?utm_source=google&kw=29060447292&mt=b&dv=c&event=PPCSRC&p=1186432&gclid=Cj0KCQiAy4eNBhCaARIsAFDVtI3th49mvg4BFcc1-vXHZI_xIv1-zNMkE4bHQ_zCrjwAnw_OxHW4u-IaAgE2EALw_wcB All of Colt & Taylor's scripture quotations are from the ESV Bible translation. All of Pastor David Robinson's scripture quotations are from the NKJV Bible translation. Bible commentary referenced: https://enduringword.com/bible-commentary/ David Guzik's commentary on the Book of Daniel: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-book-of-daniel-enduring-word-media-server/id1412157522 https://chuckmissler.com/ Book citing the quotations of Sir Isaac Newton and Sir G. C. Lewis: The Coming Prince, by Sir Robert Anderson. Anderson, Sir Robert. The Coming Prince. Published by Pantianos Classics. © 1984. p. 61. Smith's Bib. Dict., III., © 1726, “Week.” Greek and Latin phlosophers too have knowledge of ‘weeks of years.' – PUSEY, Daniel, p.167. Encyc. Brit. (6th ed.), title “Chronology.” See also Smith's Bib. Dict., title “Chronology,” p.314. Show notes: 00:41 Introduction to the 2-part “Identity” series; why are we focusing on spirituality for these two episodes? 03:10 What makes Taylor a beautiful woman. 04:59 Statement of our faith and its purpose in our businesses and podcast. 07:38 Reliability of ancient Biblical scriptures; suggestions on how to read and understand this book. 12:31 Where to start: suggestions on which of the four gospel accounts to begin studying. 16:06 What is prophecy? 16:50 Apologetics: Daniel's 70 Weeks and the controversial authorship of Daniel. 28:11 Summary of Daniel's 70-Week Prophecy and introduction for Pastor David. 29:30 IDENTITY: Pastor David's sermon intro & opening prayer. 38:45 How men and women deal differently with the issue of “image.” 44:33 “Working your way up the ladder.” How does this “ladder” work? Is this how God sees your position? 47:21 Worth & Status: The main anxieties of men. 52:55 How the church has misrepresented God's purpose for mankind. 57:21 Man's natural tendency to abuse authority and harm others. 58:00 You are IMPORTANT. You are VALUABLE. 59:35 Sober & righteous thinking of who you are. 1:02:51 Jesus' call to serve, love, and lift others up. 1:12:44 Service, humility, and love.
Host Tom Appel and co-host Jill Ciminillo start the show by discussing Hyundai's new-for-2022 "N" performance versions of the Elantra compact sedan and Kona subcompact crossover SUV. Jill also shares her test-drive impressions of the hydrogen/fuel-cell Toyota Mirai sedan. Jake Fisher, Senior Director of Auto Testing at Consumer Reports, joins us to talk about Consumer Reports' latest new-vehicle reliability ratings. Our conversation covers issues with electrified vehicles, as well as CVT and dual-clutch transmissions. With co-host Damon Bell out on vacation, Jill is the solo participant for this week's car quiz, and Tom shares the latest content to hit the CG Daily Drive blog--including reveals from the LA Auto Show and a photo gallery of a 1965 Ford Falcon Squire station wagon.
In episode 69 of the podcast, the topic is: How 5G Enables Manufacturing. Our guests are Rowan Högman, Head of 5G Industry Collaboration, Ericsson (@twitter) and Jeff Travers, Customer Success Lead - Dedicated Networks, Ericsson.In this conversation, we talk about a new Ericsson report on how 5G Enables Manufacturing (Ericsson Industry Lab). We explore some surprising findings, discuss industry trends, as well as the current and future use cases as wireless networks take another step towards being trusted on the shop floor and they muse on the ultimate impact of 5G. Augmented is a podcast for industrial leaders, process engineers and shop floor operators, hosted by futurist Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), presented by Tulip (@tulipinterfaces), the frontline operations platform.Trond's takeaway 5G isn't just another generation wireless networks, it is a game changer for trust, reliability, and industrial performance at the edge, that last mile which fixed broadband has struggled with. What remains to be seen is how widespread the rollout will be and, of course, how innovative industry will be in making use of the new network.Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Augmentedpodcast.co or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars. If you liked this episode, you might also like episode 44, No-code for IoT in the Cloud, episode 21, The Future of Digital in Manufacturing or episode 25, Industrial Tracking: Drones, Warehouses and Theme Parks. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners. The Augmented podcast is created in association with Tulip, connected frontline operations platform that connects the people, machines, devices, and the systems used in a production or logistics process in a physical location. Tulip is democratizing technology and empowering those closest to operations to solve problems. Tulip is also hiring. You can find Tulip at Tulip.co. Please share this show with colleagues who care about where industry and especially industrial tech is heading. To find us on social media is easy, we are Augmented Pod on LinkedIn and Twitter, and Augmented Podcast on Facebook and YouTube:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/augmentedpodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/AugmentedPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/AugmentedPodYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5Y1gz66LxYvjJAMnN_f6PQAugmented--industrial conversations that matter. See you next time.
Can we trust the origins of the Bible? How can we know we have the whole, true Bible? Which translations are trustworthy, and are any of them “bad?” In this episode of It Matters, Esther and Elizabeth welcome pastor Austin Molt to help address some of our toughest questions about the reliability of the word of God. To find more from Esther and Elizabeth, you can find them on Instagram at @itmatters_podcast.
Matt welcomes Dr. Chris Winter back to the podcast to revisit our most potent performance enhancer, the secret to fitness improvement, heightened focus and clarity, better resilience and immune system, and a promise to the enhancement of your overall health. Today, Matt and Dr. Winter present your ultimate guide to sleep and help unpack the mystery of sleep. Key takeaways: His role as a Neurologist and Sleep Scientist - to improve your confidence and reliability of sleep Tools in his toolbox to help patients - behavior change, medications, C-Pap, etc. The Physiology of Sleep - What's happening to our body and brain when we sleep? The detrimental effects on our body and brain when we rob ourselves of adequate sleep Positive yields when you improve your sleep Why you shouldn't judge success by the number of hours you sleep What are some of the common sleep mistakes? Dr. Winter's recommendations and an action plan on sleep hygiene 0:00-04:00 Welcome and Episode Introduction 03:40-10:20 Squaddie Update and a word from our sponsor, Inside Tracker - "So You Want to Do Your First IRONMAN" - Live webinar with Matt Dixon 10:20-12:15 Word of the Week - Strength 12:30 The Meat and Potatoes - A Discussion on Sleep with Dr. Chris Winter About Dr. Chris Winter Dubbed "The Sleep Whisperer" by Arianna Huffington, Dr. Winter has been involved in the field of sleep medicine for twenty-five years. A fully board-certified neurologist and double board-certified sleep specialist, Dr. Winter has been helping individuals sleep better through his private clinic, group consultations, work with professional athletes, and dynamic media presence. His first book, The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep Is Broken and How To Fix It has received high praise both in the United States and internationally as a fresh and effective approach to a growing problem. Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our new collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 25% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO25 Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Center The Rested Child - by Dr. Chris Winter The Sleep Solution - by Dr. Chris Winter Episode 8 Purple Patch Podcast with Dr. Chris Winter So, You Want to Do An IRONMAN? Live with Matt Dixon - November 16th at 5:00pm PST Dial-in YOUR Fueling with Purple Patch Comprehensive Nutrition Programming Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events