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Konflikt
Världen rustar med svenska vapen

Konflikt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 56:14


Den svenska vapenindustrin blomstrar i spåren av Ukrainakriget, men svensk vapenexport har historiskt varit nära sammanflätad med landets neutralitet. Så hur blir det när Sverige vill gå med i Nato? Den globala upprustningen Världen lägger rekordmycket pengar på upprustning och försvar. 2021 spenderade världens länder 2,1 biljoner dollar på militära utgifter, enligt fredsforskningsinstitutet SIPRI:s data. Mycket på grund av att länder som Ryssland, Kina och Indien satsat allt mer på sina militärer, och USA, som lägger ojämförligt mest. Mycket pekar på ett nytt rekordår, efter Rysslands invasion av Ukraina, då också många europeiska länder anslutit sig till rutningen.Vapenförsäljningen blomstrar Konflikt besöker en vapenmässa i Polen dit köpare och säljare från stora delar av världen möts. Trycket är hårt och industrin blomstrar. Det gör den också i Sverige, det blir tydligt när Konflikt besöker Saabs vapenfabrik i Karlskoga. Där vittnar chefer om en stolthet nu, att svenska vapen, som Nlaw, Carl Gustaf och pansarskottet AT4, kan vara med och göra skillnad och hjälpa Ukraina att försvara sig. Men alla i Karlskoga känner inte samma stolthet.Svenska vapen i Ukraina I Ukraina träffar radions korrespondent en ukrainsk soldat som lärt sig använda det svensktillverkade vapnet Carl Gustaf på Youtube. Han ger en bild av krigets blodiga och brutala verklighet och hur de svenska vapnen används i strid. Sverige på väg in i Nato hur blir det då med vapenexporten? Den svenska vapenexporten är historiskt tätt sammanflätad med Sveriges neutralitet och alliansfrihet. Nu, när Sverige tar snabba steg mot Nato, tycker Svenska Freds att Sverige borde ha en seriös debatt om vapenexporten. Den kommer med ett högt pris, menar fredsorganisationen, som har som mål att vapenexporten ska avvecklas. Men när Konflikt träffar Saabs VD Micael Johansson så ser han snarare möjligheter som öppnar sig för företagets affärer om Sverige går med i Nato. Sveriges nya försvarsminister Pål Jonsson (M) har inte tid med en intervju med Konflikt.Medverkande: "Kuzma", prickskytt i Ukraina som använder granatgeväret Carl Gustaf, Mats Fagerberg, marknadschef Saab i Karlskoga, Michael Höglund, chef för Ground Combat, Saab i Karlskoga, Jonatan Edlund, präst i Karlskoga, Micael Johansson, VD Saab, Linda Åkerström, policychef Svenska Freds, William Hartung, försvarsanalytiker vid Quincy Institute for responsible statecraft, Nan Tian, fredsforskare vid SIPRI mflReportrar: Lubna El-Shanti, Kristian ÅströmTekniker: Adam Alvin och Joar JonssonProgramledare: Robin Olin robin.olin@sr.se Producent: Anja Sahlberg anja.sahlberg@sr.se

Europapodden
Så långt räcker Europas vapenförråd

Europapodden

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 42:11


Europa vill fortsätta skicka vapen till Ukraina, men har inte alls rustat för dagens situation. Nu växer oron för sinande vapenförråd och röster höjs för att vapentillverkningen måste snabbas på. Uppdatering 2/11: Avsnittet har uppdaterats och kompletterats med ett förtydligande om Saabs ägande. Saab är till största del svenskägt, men har amerikanska minoritetsägare. Redan nu syns tecken på att vapenlagren i Europa kan vara på väg att ta slut. Inte minst finns en brist på ammunition. Samtidigt går Rysslands anfallskrig mot Ukraina in i en ny svår fas när det blir vinter. Men frågan är hur upprustning och effektiviserad tillverkning av vapen och försvarsmateriel kan gå till. Inom EU finns nu förslag till ett nytt upphandlingsdirektiv på försvarsområdet, ett förslag som om det blir verklighet skulle innebära ett skifte. Försvarsmateriel och upphandling av vapen har tidigare betraktats som en nationell fråga. I Sveriges riksdag finns en samsyn om att EU-förslaget om en gemensam strategi för tillverkning och upphandling av vapen är fel väg att gå.Hårt tryck på Tyskland att skicka tyngre vapenTyskland har i mångt och mycket fått omvärdera hela sin säkerhetspolitiska inställning sedan Rysslands invasion av Ukraina inleddes. Om man tidigare har trott på handel och relationer för att skapa stabilitet i omvärlden, har man nu behövt inse ett behov av militär upprustning. Trycket är fortsatt stort på Tyskland att skicka tyngre vapen till Ukraina. Men då finns en stor oro att man ska dras in i kriget.Medverkande: Magnus Christiansson, lektor i krigsvetenskap vid Försvarshögskolan. Daniel Alling, Tysklandskorrespondent. Susanne Palme, EU-kommentator.Programledare: Claes Aronsson Producent: Therese Rosenvinge Tekniker: Heinz Wennin

Defense & Aerospace Report
Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast [Oct 30, '22 Business Report]

Defense & Aerospace Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 49:13


On this episode of the Business Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are “Rocket Ron” Epstein, PhD, of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Richard Aboulafia of AeroDynamic Advisory and Sash Tusa of Agency Partners. Topics: — Wall Street rallies on as positive earnings and encouraging American economic growth — Airbus, Boeing, General Dynamics, L3Harris, MTU, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon Technologies, Saab and Thales earnings — Whether pressure will mount on industry over share buybacks as political pressure mounts regarding the practice as President Biden criticizes ExxonMobil CEO Darren Woods — Trade outlook as hardliners take power in Beijing and German Chancellor Olaf Scholtz prepares to lead trade delegation to China — Boeing's prospects in China as 737 Max quietly re-enters service — UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak retains Ben Wallace as defense secretary, but orders government-wide cuts including to military spending — Market impact of Biden administration's new National Defense Strategy as well as nuclear posture and missile defense reviews — War update as Ukraine strikes Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
Los pioneros: Coches raros y desconocidos

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 21:25


¿Sabes cuál fue el primer coche con cinturón de seguridad? ¿O con airbags? ¿O el primer eléctrico? ¿O el primer híbrido?... y así hasta 12. Porque hemos seleccionado 12 pioneros que fueron los primeros en algo. Y, a pesar de ello, algunos son casi desconocidos. Os voy a sorprender no solo porque muchos de estos coches sean poco conocidos o desconocidos. Sino porque hay muchos “Lugares comunes”: Ni el Ford T fue el primer modelo fabricado en serie ni un Volvo el primero en llevar cinturón, ni el Citroën Traction el primero de tracción delantera. O más “leyendas urbanas” que nos dicen que eléctricos e híbridos son lo último de la último… ¡y ya se fabricaban hace 100 años! 1. Flocken Elektrowagen (1888). Primer eléctrico. Muchos aficionados olvidan que en los comienzos del automóvil los coches eléctricos eran frecuentes. Y así era en 1888, cuando en las grandes ciudades muchos tranvías y autobuses usaban sistemas eléctricos muy sencillos, en vez de pesadas y humeantes máquinas de vapor. El Sr. Flocken, utilizó una “calesa” de caballos, montó un pequeño motor de 0,7 kW y una batería de unos 100 kg… 2. Lohner Porsche Semper Vivus (1900). Primer híbrido. Es que me parto de risa. Porque en el año 1900, ¡ya había híbridos! Y ahora nos quieren vender que esto de la hibridación es un invento reciente y muy moderno. Pues Porsche se adelantó al Prius 100 años… nada más. 3. Oldsmobile Curved Dash (1901). Primero fabricado en serie. Sin duda que el Ford T tiene el mérito de ser el primer automóvil de masas por su bajo precio de compra, posible gracias a su producción en cadena. Pero en contra de lo que se suele afirmar, no fue el primer coche construido en cadena, mérito le corresponde al Oldsmobile Curved Dash. 4. Spyker 60/80 HP (1903). Tracción total. En los primeros años del S.XX los ingenieros Émile Gustave Drouard y Joseph Valentin Laviolette diseñaron el Spyker 60/80 HP y presentaron su evolución un par de años más tarde, en París, el llamado 32/50 HP. Lo más llamativo de este coche era su tracción total. 5. Bucciali TAV-6 (1922). Primer tracción delantera. No, no fue el Citroën Traction Avant no fue el primer coche fabricado en serie con tracción delantera. El primer coche de producción con este sistema fue el Bucciali TAV-6, que se presentó en el Salón de París de 1922 tenía entre otras muchas, innovaciones, un sistema de tracción delantera. 6. Lancia Lambda (1923). Primero con chasis monocasco. Hoy en día todos los coches, salvo algún TT y alguna rareza, utilizan este sistema que ya en 1923 usó Lancia. En un chasis monocasco la propia carrocería es el chasis, con lo cual se ahorra peso, el chasis es más rígido y más bajo… 7. Stoewer Greif Junior (1931). Primero con cuatro ruedas directrices. En 1931, el fabricante alemán Stoewer fabricó un todoterreno militar con cuatro ruedas motrices y, además, directrices, con la idea de hacerlo más maniobrable, porque a partir de 35 km/h se desconectaba. Esta misma tecnología se aplicó a los Stoewer R180 y R200, también vendidos como BMW 325, entre 1936 y 1940. 8. Saab GT 750 (1958). Primero con cinturones de seguridad. La mayoría de los aficionados asocian los cinturones de seguridad a Volvo… no sin razón. Porque su Nils Bohlin trabajaba para Volvo cuando inventaron el cinturón de seguridad de tres puntos, que patentaron con en 1959 con el número 3.043.625. Volvo, generosamente, liberó esa patente. Y todos los coches acabaron llevando cinturón. Pero eso no impide que este Saab GT750, un gran olvidado, fuese el primero en llevar cinturón de serie. 9. Mercedes Benz W111 (1959). Primero con zonas deformables. Volvo tiene fama de ser una marca que trabaja mucho en la seguridad. Y es cierto. Pero en mi opinión una marca que ha trabajado tanto o más que Volvo es Mercedes. 10. Oldsmobile Jetfire Turbo Rocket (1962). El primero con turbo. Pues no: Ni BMW ni Porsche ni Saab… el primer coche con motor turbo fue un modelo americano en 1962. Y es que para potencia el “pequeño” motor, según estándares americanos, de Jetfire de solo 3,5 litros, pues ni cortos no perezosos le metieron un Turbo. 11. Mercedes Clase S W116 (1972). El primero con ABS. ¡Que bruto es el ser humano! ¿Por qué digo esto? Porque el sistema antibloqueo de frenos ABS es una aportación clave a la seguridad… pero al principio, tuvo el efecto contrario. 12. Oldsmobile Toronado (1973). Primero con airbag. Un precioso coupé americano con motor V8 y que el en 1973 el primero que se lanzó al mercado con unas bolsas gigantescas que se desplegaban e inflaban para proteger la cabeza, el torso y las rodillas de sus ocupantes. Coche del día. El Oldsmobile Toronado de 1973, que descubrí en una miniatura de 1/43 de la marca Auto Pilen.

Vikerhommiku intervjuud
Ülle Mandre. Iga laps saab ja tahab lasteaias süüa

Vikerhommiku intervjuud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 10:46


Delta
Delta. Täna saab Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemias osaleda Lääne-Aafrika riigi Benini rütmide töötoas

Delta

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 26:09


Täna saab Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemias osaleda Lääne-Aafrika riigi Benini rütmide töötoas.

The Linya-Linya Show
200: Building habits & overcoming “Saabits” w/ Saab Magalona

The Linya-Linya Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 39:34


This is The Linya-Linya Show's 200th episode, at bilang milestone ito for us, kasama natin as special guest:ang unqualified life coach and Podmom, Saab Magalona-Bacarro! Swabe ang first-time recording sa bagong office (na nabuo rin dahil sa magic ng isang Coach Saab)! Masayang kwentuhan tungkol sa aming pinakamamahal na shared spouse, fear of "Saabits" and how to overcome them, and having an atmosphere of mutual support and believing in each other as keys to success. Salamat sa patuloy na pagsuporta at pagsubaybay sa The Linya-Linya Show – many more episodes to come – BOOM!!! Listen up, yo!

Allt du behöver veta om ny teknik
#122 - Ökad otrygghet skapar nya möjligheter för Saab

Allt du behöver veta om ny teknik

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 27:25


Intresset för försvarskoncernen Saabs produkter har ökat dramatiskt sedan Rysslands invasion av Ukraina. Veckans gäst är Petter Bedoire, cto på Saab.Vad innebär det för Saabs verksamhet inom forskning och utveckling med 8 500 anställda?Har Saab fått det lättare att rekrytera mjukvaruutvecklare och ingenjörer sedan krigets utbrott?Vad sker på forskningsavdelningarna just nu?Hur känns det att se Ukrainska soldater använda Saabs pansarskott och granatgevär som bland annat den svenska försvarsmakten skickat ner till Ukraina?Vilka möjligheter ser Saab med ai, elektrifiering, sensorteknik och 3d-printing?Och varför har företaget investerar i det svenska Heart Aerospace som utvecklar framtidens delvis eldriva flygpan?Det här och mycket mera diskuteras i veckans avsnitt. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

I - On Defense Podcast
EP 56: Latest Security Assistance Package to Ukraine + USD A&S (Dr. LaPlante) Leads Ukraine Defense Contact Group Discussion on Armaments Collaboration + USAF C130H Models Grounded + India to Produce SAAB M4 Carl G.

I - On Defense Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:56


A busy episode.  We start out discussing the US DOD Policy on cluster munitions and then transition into the latest security package to Ukraine.  We then briefly discuss the US USD A&S appearance in Brussels during a session of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group.  Other topics covered are the planned production of the SAAB CARL G shoulder-launch munitions (M4) in India, the new AFC Commander (GEN J. Rainey), and the big story of grounded USAF C130H models (propeller issue).   

Autotund | Geenius Raadio
3.10 Autotund: kui hea auto saab 1000 euro eest?

Autotund | Geenius Raadio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 40:28


Autolehel ilmub peagi 1000. number ja selle puhul ostsid toimetuse liikmed omale kõik kuni 1000 eurot maksvad autod. Mis valikud tehti ja kuidas üldse on turul seis sellise hinnaklassi sõidukitega, sellest räägimegi. Lisaks mudastest tänavatest, veelkord Ivanssonide autosurnuaiast ja üldiselt elust. Stuudios on Tarmo Tähepõld, Martin Mets ja Kristjan Ojang Geeniuse uudisteportaalist.

The Millionaire's Lawyer - JP McAvoy

A Little About Geoff Saab:Geoff Saab is a wealth manager who has held various positions in tax, estate planning, and insurance, and now serves clients as a portfolio manager within an investment counsel firm. He spent over a decade working in a single-family office, advocating directly on behalf of his clients. With his unique experience of working as both a wealth management industry insider and outsider, he has gained a deep understanding of how the industry works (and doesn't work) for clients.In this episode of The Millionaire's Lawyer, JP and Geoff Saab discuss:How we tail end of a long bull market, a lot of people have sold businesses. Geoff states there's a lot of money out there and a lot of people have become very wealthy and now everyone should be shifting the way we think about things and playing more defense. People should focus on buying businesses, really understanding the business, and have it blow up that way.Geoff says there is no "get rich quick" scheme.After you sell your business do not get caught up in the "windfall"Geoff thinks that if people start thinking of it in that way, they can build a very defensive portfolio that costs them a lot less which he thinks benefits them and not just a person selling up.It is smart to have investments in things like buildings and rental properties that you don't have to think about or speculate aboutThe crypto sphere is very volatile and people should be careful with themGeoff is unsure of when the bear market will end, however, feels people should hold on to all their investments Connect with Geoff Saab:WebsiteLinkedInFacebookConnect with your host, JP:TwitterInstagramFacebookWebsiteShow:LinkedInEmail:  jpmcavoy@conductlaw.comPhone:  1-833-890-8878THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR:Conduct Law

Mõttekoht
MÕTTEKOHT, osa 116: Armastust saab paarisuhtes üles ehitada alles pärast armumise üleminekut

Mõttekoht

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 33:23


”Armumisel pole armastusega midagi pistmist,” lohutab tänases Naistelehe podcastis ”Mõttekoht” pereterapeut ja psühholoog Karmen Maikalu, et ei maksa ehmuda, kui tekib tunne, et armumistunne on üle läinud. „Armumistunne on ajutine, kestes mõnest kuust paari aastani. See on asjade normaalne käik, kuigi vahel inimesed ehmatavad, et tunne läks üle ja armastus sai otsas“ lausub Karmen. Armumine peabki tema sõnul vaibuma, sest see on organismile väga suur koorem. ”Selle ajal on pulss laes ja vererõhk kõrge – nii pole ju võimalik pikalt elada, süda ei pea vastu,“ selgitab ta, et pärast armumist tekib nii-öelda normaalne elu tagasi. Alles pärast armumise üleminekut tekib inimestel võimalus hakata oma armastust ehitama. Või üksteisest distantseeruda – kõik oleneb sellest, kuidas omavahel sobitakse ning kui palju suhtesse panustatakse. „Paarisuhteks on vaja teadlikult aega võtta, kuigi see pole lihtne,“ rõhutab psühholoog lisades, et paarisuhte hoidmist ning hea partner olemist on võimalik õppida. Näiteks osaleda PREP koolitustel või lugeda eesti keeles ilmunud raamatut „Kuidas jääda abielus õnnelikuks? Toimiva paarisuhte käsiraamat“. Podcast'is räägime aga veel, kuidas paarisuhe ajas muutub, paarisuhte komistuskividest, millised on märgid, et viimane aeg on midagi ette võtta ning kuidas paarisuhet parandada. Vestlust juhib Naistelehe toimetaja Silja Paavle.

Racerbilspodden
#52 Robert Uhr

Racerbilspodden

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 37:49


I veckans avsnitt besöker jag Nordic Tuning i Dalarna och Robert Uhr. Har man koll på vem Robert är så vet man att ni blir det Saab för hela slanten. Vi pratar bl.a. om hans ikoniska Saab 93 2.5 GT, Nordic Tuning och anekdoter från bl.a. Tullinge Raceway.

Points of eXperience with Paul Castro Jr
Alejandro Saab (Genshin Impact, Fire Emblem, Dragonball Legends) | Points of eXperience w/ Paul Castro Jr. EP. #24

Points of eXperience with Paul Castro Jr

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 89:59


Alejandro Saab might be one of the most magnetic people I've ever met! His energy is radiant and his charisma is apparent in each of the roles he embodies. From starting his YouTube channel KaggyFilms in his teens to becoming one of the best Voice Actors in this biz, his work in Genshin Impact as Cyno or Yuri in Fire Emblem - he's easily one of my favorite actors out there and you're about to hear why his story is so inspiring. https://www.Twitter.com/KaggyFilms Support from our Sponsors: --------------------------------------------- * For 15% OFF your subscription to Voice123 visit: * https://www.Voice123.com/plans/pox * FREE SHIPPING on all TURTLE BEACH / NEAT MICROPHONE orders * https://www.dpbolvw.net/click-100595441-14299609 * FREE SHIPPING on all ROCCAT orders * https://www.dpbolvw.net/click-100595441-14525775 * For 10% off VOICE STRAW visit the link below! * https://voicestraw.com/discount/POX10?ref=c33e2x1zok * For 10% off RIVERSIDE.FM SUBSCRIPTION visit the link below! * https://riverside.fm/?utm_campaign=campaign_1&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=rewardful&via=Pox ---------------------------------------- Please subscribe and follow us on all social media and enable notifications on all podcast platforms! https://www.PointsofeXperiencePodcast.com ---------------------------------------- Questions? Email Info@pointsofexperiencepodcast.com Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/PoXPodcast Twitter: https://www.Twitter.com/PoXPodcast Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/PoxPodcast TikTok: https://www.TikTok.com/@PointsofeXperience --------------------------------------------- Original Music by: SkaneMusic - https://www.instagram.com/skane.music/ Edited by: Keith "Neku" Lawson - https://twitter.com/OzmaNeku

Kajalood
Kajalood. Grete Arro: eneseregulatsioon saab loodusest tuge

Kajalood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 54:23


Kui laps kasvab üles kunstmurul ja jõulupuuks on plastkuusk, siis ei oska ta ka täiskasvanuna looduskooslusi märgata ega nende kaitset nõuda.

Occultae Veritatis Podcast - OVPOD
Case #188: Stealth Technology; Making Planes Invisible

Occultae Veritatis Podcast - OVPOD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 79:03


Case # 188: Stealth Technology; Making Planes Invisible   Classification: [Tech]   How exactly do you make a 50,000 lb jet plane look like a bumble bee on the radar? Today, on ovpod, hear Leon guide the rest of the hosts through a tour of the historical and modern stealth technology arms race   -Sponsored by- Our Patrons at http://www.patreon.com/ovpod   https://www.ovpod.ca/

Zero Pressure
How can technology help to mitigate Black Sky Hazards?

Zero Pressure

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 32:30


In the second episode of Season 2, Helen Sharman, Britain's first astronaut, explores how science and technology help us plan for and mitigate Black Sky Events. Modern day systems are so interdependent that serious disruption of any major service or supply network could cascade into them all and create a so-called Black Sky Event. So how can science and technology make our infrastructure more resilient in the face of these challenges? Helen is joined by Avi Schnurr, the CEO and President of Electric Infrastructure Security (EIS) Council, which leads discussion, research and collaboration for global resilience planning with senior executives, key government and NGO stakeholders across all sectors. Avi founded EIS Council to help bridge resilience gaps for hazards on all scales, treating the black sky problem with a systematic, systems engineering approach. Avi says, ”Hoping for the best is not a plan.” The Zero Pressure podcast series looks at how science and technology positively can contribute to solving complex, interrelated global challenges of today and tomorrow. We look at pioneering technologies and speak to those on the thinking edge. Zero Pressure is a podcast from Imperial College London and Saab. A relaxed conversation with those on the cutting edge of science and technology - hosted by Britain's first astronaut Helen Sharman - Presented by Imperial College London and Saab.

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
Saab Sonett: Un coupé diferente

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 17:39


Sin duda, la marca SAAB tiene un atractivo especial para los aficionados. Quizás por sus raíces aeronáuticas hizo coches que, además de calidad y prestaciones, tenían una cualidad cada vez menos frecuente: Eran distintos y originales. Pero pocos conocen su incursión en los coupé con este “perfecto desconocido”, el Saab Sonett. Inauguramos un nuevo formato. Hacemos monográficos de coches muy especiales y generalmente míticos como el BMW M3 o el Honda NSX por citar solo dos casos. Otro formato es el de “coches incomprendidos” que arrancamos con mi querido y siempre marginado Fiat Multipla. Pero hay coches que ni son míticos ni son incomprendidos: Simplemente son desconocidos y muchos de ellos no se lo merecen, y este es el caso del Saab Sonett, la única propuesta de modelo coupé que hizo Saab a lo largo de su historia. Ya hicimos un vídeo sobre la historia de Saab titulado “¿Qué fue de Saab? De los aviones, a los coches y a la ruina”. Nacido para la competición. En 1950 un tal Rolf Mellde decidió hacer un coche de carreras. Era nada menos un desarrollador de motores Saab y junto a otros ingenieros de nombre impronunciable: Lars Olov Olsson, Olle Lindkvist y Gotta Svensson. Estos cuatro suecos diseñaron un prototipo de roadster de dos asientos en un granero en Åsaka, cerca de la planta principal de Saab. El Saab Sonett, también llamado Super Sport se presentó en el Salón del automóvil de Estocolmo de 1956. Por supuesto con motor de 2 tiempos, tres cilindros, 748 cm3 y cerca de 60 CV. Lo más notable era el chasis, prácticamente caja de aluminio de 70 kilogramos y la aerodinámica carrocería de fibra de vidrio, como no, basada en conceptos de diseño de aeronaves y que permitía una velocidad máxima de 190 km/h. Se planeó una producción de 2000 unidades para 1957, sin embargo, al final solo se fabricaron seis vehículos Sonett I entre 1955 y principios de 1957. Pero la semilla se había plantado. Sonett II: Producción en serie. Esta segunda versión ya no nace como coche de carreras, sino como una propuesta para hacer un modelo de producción. Björn Karlström, que era diseñador de aviones, pensó en hacer por fin un coupé de Saab y nace el MFI13 . Se produjeron en 1966, 28 unidades y al año siguiente, 230. Y los jefazos pensaron que este coche podría triunfar en el mercado americano, pero desde luego no con el humeante y contaminante motor de dos tiempos. Sonett III: El mejor y el más bonito. Sin demérito de los anteriores, que me gustan mucho, el Sonett III de 1970 me parece el más bonito. De perfil, su línea no es muy armoniosa, con un morro muy largo para una trasera muy corta, pero lejos de ser un inconveniente, para mi este es uno de sus encantos. El diseño original es del italiano Sergio Coggiola, pero este diseño tenía algunos “problemas menores”: Era muy costoso de fabricar y el motor V4 seguí sin caber. Así que Saab encargó al diseñador Gunnar A. Sjögren quién, seguro que lo adivináis, había diseñado aviones, a solucionar estos “pequeños inconvenientes”. En general simplificó la línea y consiguió eliminar el capó abultado por otro más cóncavo y con una rejilla de ventilación “postiza”. Y así fue como entro en producción. Este Sonett era un coche divertido de conducir. He podido probar brevemente uno y la verdad es que esos 65CV, gracias a los menos de 800 kg de peso, cunden mucho. El motor V4 a 60 grados me encanta porque es cierto que tiene quizás mayores vibraciones que un 4 en línea o que un V4 a 90 grados, pero suena bien y sube rápido de vueltas. Por supuesto este Sonett y todos sus antecesores son tracción delantera, una de las señas de identidad de la marca. Pero en un coche tan ligero y tan cortito, apenas 3.8 metros de largo, hacen del coche una delicia en carreteras de curvas. Y un coche distinto y original. ¡Maldita crisis! Pero el Sonett III tuvo una vida muy corta. La crisis del petróleo de 1973 se llevó por delante a muchos modelos y entre ellos al Sonett. Sus ventas fueron decepcionantes, a pesar de que era un magnífico y original deportivo. Se fabricaron 8.368 unidades del Sonett III entre 1970 y el fin de su producción en 1974. Esta corta producción es el motivo de que sea un coche casi desconocido… y muy cotizado. En USA un Sonett II, aún más minoritario que el III, si está en buen estado puede acercarse a os 60.000 €… Conclusión. Podríamos acabar que, con este coche, como con tantos otros, la historia finalmente le ha hecho justicia. Un coche que no se vendió bien en los USA y que fue especialmente apreciado, ahora cuesta un dineral como coche clásico. Algo tendrá el agua cuando la bendicen.

A2 The Show
I quit the corporate world to build my own Atlantis | Faysal Saab

A2 The Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 38:21


A² The Show - Ep 418 Feat. Faysal Saab 0:00:00 Atlantis in Lebanon 0:05:31 What is Al Housh? 0:11:23 Saeed's experience at Al Housh 0:18:16 Why I left the corporate world 0:22:09 My entrepreneurial journey 0:30:15 How to change minds Faysal Saab is an agritourism enthusiast at Al Housh, an agritourism destination in Central Bekaa, Lebanon. Al Haush is an elegant country estate in the heart of Central Bekaa countryside, just a short drive from Rayak, Zahle and two World Heritage UNESCO sites, historic Baalbeck and Anjar. The Estate is as well within easy reach of West Bekaa an area known for its natural beauty and its vineyards. https://www.alhaush.com/ A² The Show celebrates the world's most excellent individuals. 3 guys on 3 different continents, Ali Haajl, Ali Al Shammari, and Saeed El Jammal have created an international community of thought leaders and experts. Our guests are from all walks of life: engineers, comedians, journalists, rockstars, civil right activists, artists. entrepreneurs, from Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America and Australia. There is good in this world that is worth fighting for. ✌️ Ali, Ali, Saeed,

Bayaans Delivered at ICF By Mufti Mudassir Hafizahullah
Mufti Nawal Saab - جذبات کو صحیح کرنا - Getting emotions right - Fri Sep 23

Bayaans Delivered at ICF By Mufti Mudassir Hafizahullah

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 28:47


Mufti Nawal Saab - جذبات کو صحیح کرنا - Getting emotions right - Fri Sep 23

Consistently Off
Ep. 154 "Horrorgasm" Feat. Lemmy Dovato

Consistently Off

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 91:16


This week the boys sit down with their good pals Lemmy Dovato and talk about: Lemmy Dovato, 3rd time, Doll Hut, Anubis, 80/20, Drop C#, Sprawl Out, Carnitas lavia, GG Allen, Krokus, New Car, Saab, and much much more.

A2 The Show
Atlantis in Lebanon | Faysal Saab

A2 The Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 38:21


A² The Show - Ep 418 Feat. Faysal Saab 0:00:00 Atlantis in Lebanon 0:05:31 What is Al Housh? 0:11:23 Saeed's experience at Al Housh 0:18:16 Why I left the corporate world 0:22:09 My entrepreneurial journey 0:30:15 How to change minds Faysal Saab is an agritourism enthusiast at Al Housh, an agritourism destination in Central Bekaa, Lebanon. Al Haush is an elegant country estate in the heart of Central Bekaa countryside, just a short drive from Rayak, Zahle and two World Heritage UNESCO sites, historic Baalbeck and Anjar. The Estate is as well within easy reach of West Bekaa an area known for its natural beauty and its vineyards. https://www.alhaush.com/ A² The Show celebrates the world's most excellent individuals. 3 guys on 3 different continents, Ali Haajl, Ali Al Shammari, and Saeed El Jammal have created an international community of thought leaders and experts. Our guests are from all walks of life: engineers, comedians, journalists, rockstars, civil right activists, artists. entrepreneurs, from Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America and Australia. There is good in this world that is worth fighting for. ✌️ Ali, Ali, Saeed,

Gorilla Radio from Pacific Free Press
Gorilla Radio with Chris Cook, John Helmer, Roger D. Harris September 18, 2022

Gorilla Radio from Pacific Free Press

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 59:57


Welcome to Gorilla Radio, recorded September 17th and 18th, 2022. This week past, the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency officially demanded Russia relinquish control of the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant, or (ZNPP), and "all nuclear facilities within Ukraine's internationally recognized borders" into the hands of "competent Ukraine authorities". The Russian-held nuclear plant has been repeatedly shelled and was too the target of a Kiev commando-raid. The IAEA's investigation on the status of the plant, and now this report, are precedent-setting for the agency, but not a departure from the recent trend toward politicizing international agencies to serve the interests of America and NATO. John Helmer is a journalist, author, and principle behind the web news site, Dances with Bears. He's a past professor of political science, sociology, and journalism and has served as advisor to governments at the highest level. Helmer has spent decades living in and reporting from Russia, and among his many book titles are: ‘The Lie That Shot Down MH-17,' ‘Skripal in Prison,' ‘The Man Who Knows Too Much About Russia,' and his latest, ‘The Jackals' Wedding: American Power, Arab Revolt'. John Helmer in the first half. And; even as the UN's IAEA and OPCW are co-opted against their mandates into the service of the war-state, so too countries big and small are strong-armed to bend their laws to suit the aims of the United States. Witness Great Britain's abandonment of the Magna Carta in the Assange case, or Canada's deplorable political arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou and two-plus year torturing of logic and jurisprudence required to keep her imprisoned. What chance then do smaller countries like Sweden, or Iceland, or Cabo Verde have when their leadership receives a call from Uncle Sam? In the latter's case, that phone rang when Venezuelan diplomat and businessman, Alex Saab's plane landed for refueling in the tiny African nation, en route to Iran. Today, Saab languishes in an American prison cell for the crime of challenging imperial power. Roger D. Harris' long civil rights activism career encompasses the teaching political science at a Historical Black College in Mississippi in the 1960's and community organizing in East Harlem, New York City. Today, Roger's a Wildlife Biologist and conducts eco-tours with the Oceanic Society, but he still has an oar or two in the activist waters; sitting on the board of the human rights organization, Task Force on the Americas, and serving on the executive committee of the US Peace Council, among others. His political essays feature online at CounterPunch, Dissident Voice, Mint Press News, Popular Resistance, and at the Task Force on the Americas site, where I found his recent article, 'Possible Prisoner Exchange in US Hybrid War Against Venezuela'. Roger Harris and freeing Alex Saab in the second half. But first, John Helmer and the IAEA's use as an instrument of one party in conflict. Chris Cook hosts Gorilla Radio, airing since 1999; in Victoria at 101.9FM, and on the internet at: cfuv.ca.  Check out the GR blog at: http://gorillaradioblog.blogspot.com/

FICC Focus
S&P 500 Volatility and UK Inflation: All Options Considered

FICC Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 32:01


In this third edition of All Options Considered, Bloomberg radio host Caroline Hepker is joined by BI's Chief Global Derivatives Strategist Tanvir Sandhu and Partner at Dominice, Pierre de Saab, to discuss the latest developments in the volatility landscape.

Born Offside
#6 EXCLUSIVE with Jason Saab (Manly Sea Eagles)

Born Offside

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 57:59


SPECIAL GUEST Jason Saab (Winger for the Manly Sea Eagles) joins Claudes, Kat & Olan on the couch!They discuss the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, the football worlds reactions and her impact on the game, another Cupset in the Aus Cup, VAR vs The Bunker, react to the last week's Champions League results, Totti becoming Rome's #1 Bachelor, and Graham Potter joins Chelsea... are the blues in the mud? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Linya-Linya Show
194: Catch-up w/ Jim and Saab

The Linya-Linya Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 22:03


Sobrang saya-- nakabalik na sa wakas sa The Linya-Linya Show ang pinakamamahal nating Wake Up podparents, Jim Bacarro and Saab Magalona – BOOOOOM! Mabilisang catch-up lang tungkol sa mga bagong tagumpay sa buhay at puso, na lagi't laging masarap i-share kasama ang mga tunay na kaibigan. Listen up, yo! #ICYMI mapapakinggan niyo ang side A ng episode na ‘to sa Wake Up With Jim and Saab podcast!

OncLive® On Air
S7 Ep26: Bekaii-Saab, George, and von Mehren Discuss Pivotal Findings in GIST, TGCT, and RAS/RAF–Mutated Solid Tumors

OncLive® On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 25:17


Drs Bekaii-Saab, George, and von Mehren discuss key efficacy data and patient-reported outcomes from the INTRIGUE trial, the rationale for a phase 1/2 study investigating the novel ULK inhibitor DCC-3116 in patients with advanced or metastatic RAS or RAF–mutated solid tumors, and how vimiseltinib may alleviate unmet needs in the tenosynovial giant cell tumors population.

Björeman // Melin
Avsnitt 322: Grattis Stockholm

Björeman // Melin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 96:44


Uppvärmning/uppföljning Apple säljer tomten i Kungstrådgården Christian har köpt AirFryer. Åsikter Christians HomePod-tips: För telefonen nära din HomePod för att, inte bara föra över musik eller telefonsamtal utan för att få reda på när näst alarm är inställt. Lyssnarfråga: MBA eller 14” MBP - svårt val?_ “känns som mba m2 med 16+512 kontra en 14” instegs för ‘bara' 2500 mer blir ett svårt val. Känns det värt det för du har väl tillgång till båda om jag förstått podden rätt?”_ Datormagazin Retro #6: 46% bokat per ikväll Jocke köper bok: Stora boken om SAAB Bil värd att hata: Honda Accord Ämnen Är du mer menybarminimalist eller maximalist? Film & TV SAS: Red Notice (kallas SAS: Rise of the Black Swan på Netflix). Helt ok action. 3,5 / 5 BMÅ (J) Kate: Pang-pang med Mary Elizabeth Winstead i huvudrollen. Spännande och välgjord. 4 / 5 BMÅ (J) Good Omens - mer Gaimanmys. 4/5 BMÅ (F) Only Murders in the building SE02. Disney+. 3,5/5 BMÅ (C) Breeders S01-03. HBO Max. 4/5 BMÅ (C) Länkar Apple ville bygga fin butik i Kungsträdgården Den nuvarande byggnaden på tomten Våfflor i air fryer Allra första Macbook air Teknikveckan om M2 Macbook air Boka Datormagazin retro #6 redan nu! AREXX Stora boken om SAAB Petra som bland annat gör urfina loggor Basic Apple guy's kvitter om sin menyrad Hocus focus Magnet Maestral Bartender Fuzzyclock Soundsource Airbuddy Moom Flycut Mullvad SAS: Red Notice Kate Good omens Only murders in the building Breeders LA story Fullständig avsnittsinformation finns här: https://www.bjoremanmelin.se/podcast/avsnitt-322-grattis-stockholm.html

Digitund. Roonemaa ja Lõugas | Geenius Raadio
22.08 Digisaade: elektrit saab tasuta!

Digitund. Roonemaa ja Lõugas | Geenius Raadio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 53:14


Räägime Eesti idufirma Gridio juhiga sellest, kuidas äpi abiga mitte osta kallist elektrit ja osta odavat või tasuta elektrit. Kui esialgu on see abiks ennekõike elektriautode laadijatele, siis kas ühel hetkel peaksime me kogu oma kodust elektritarbimist mingite äppidega juhtima hakkama? Eriti kui elekter tuleb börsihinnaga, mis vahel on ülikõrge. Saate teemad: 15 a suurimad küberrünnakud, mis ei mõjutanud pea midagi Hüvasti televisioon? Disney juhib Netflixi ees, mõlemad juhivad tele ees Miks elekter kallis on ja kuidas äpiga odavamat elektrit saaks Saates Hans Lõugas, Meelis Väljamäe, Glen Pilvre ja Konrad Hanschmidt Gridiost. Tunnusmuusika Paul Oja. Digisaate, tulevikulahendused ja 5G toob sinuni Telia.

Bilklubben
Afsnit 64 I Saab solgt for vanvidspris, 3x Porsche 911-nyheder og sæsonens VÆRSTE quiz

Bilklubben

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 69:09


HUSK at få købt din billet til vores LIVE-event i Lynge, inden der er udsolgt! https://www.driveinbio.dk/order_movie_ticket/31078Podcasten er som altid blevet til i samarbejde med vores venner hos GF Forsikring. Afsnit 64 er publiceret d. 22. august, 2022.Støt op om Bilklubben ved at besøge vores webshop: bilklubbenpodcast.dkI dette afsnit er der fuld fart på programmet. Vi skal både igennem en nyhedssektion som udelukkende består af Porsche 911-nyheder på tre forskellige måder. Vi skal også tale om en Saab 900 Cabriolet, der er solgt på auktion for vanvidspris. I Graukassen skal vi ha' en 4x4-ekspert igennem på telefonen, så vi kan blive lidt klogere på, hvad man skal vælge af køretøj, hvis man har tænkt sig at krydse Australien på fire hjul. Sidst men ikke mindst har vi quizzen, som denne gang ikke vækker megen glæde. Og vi undskylder på forhånd. Richter har haft syge børn, og har ikke fået meget søvn i løbet af ugen. Det kan man godt mærke på resultatet... Anywaaaays!Glæd dig til en time i godt selskab!

The Steering Committee
The new GT3RS!

The Steering Committee

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 65:16


Episode 97: The new 992 GT3RS, 930 Singers and $145,000 Saab 900 conspiracy theories. IG: @ryanbahrke @thesteeringcommitteepodcast Swisstrax: Swisstrax currently advertises all products at an everyday low price of 15% off MSRP. Use our code STEER5 for an additional 5% off! And for badass Belgian brews, visit our friends at Bruz Beers: bruzbeers.com.

AI in Action Podcast
ServiceNow Series E67: Fredrik Spets, Digital Transformation Director at Saab

AI in Action Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 24:28


Today's guest is Fredrik Spets, Digital Transformation Director at Saab in Sweden. Saab is a leading defence and security company with an enduring mission to help nations keep their people and society safe. Empowered by 18,000 talented people, Saab constantly pushes the boundaries of technology to create a safer, more sustainable and more equitable world. They design, manufacture and maintain advanced systems in aeronautics, weapons, command and control, sensors and underwater systems. Fredrik is leading the digital transformation journey at Saab where he is focused on digitalizing and automating their ways of working within the Saab enterprise as a whole. Fredrik also drives strategies and initiatives for more efficient operations and administration such as robotic process automation, digital workflows and cross functional digital initiatives. He is also the lead of the Intelligent Automation/Hyperautomation Center of Excellence team at Saab. In the episode, Fredrik will discuss: Using ServiceNow at Saab for their onboarding process, Challenges they faced in successfully implementing ServiceNow, The importance of transparency and communication, Analysing their approach and feedback loops, Solving problems when things didn't go to plan, The rollout and the benefits it brought to Saab's employees, and What the future looks like for ServiceNow at Saab

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
¡Estamos locos! Iideas que nunca imaginaste en un coche

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 21:29


Hay ingenieros y hay “ingenieros ingeniosos”. En mi opinión gracias a ellos, el mundo avanza… pero no siempre aciertan. Os traigo 10 ideas para coches desde luego ingeniosas, pero sobre todo locas… ¡muy locas! Lo dicho: No siempre aciertan… 1. Coches a Hélice. Esto es como el motor de agua, aparece regularmente. Estos coches fueron muy populares en los comienzos del automóvil, donde la aviación era un referente y eran, poco más o menos, aviones sin alas. Incluso en mucho casos se aprovechaban sus motores. 2. Camión con patas. Nada de tracción a las cuatro ruedas… ¡tracción a las cuatro patas! ¿A quién se le puede ocurrir una cosa así? Pues a los militares… El ejercito USA encargó un “camión andador” a la General Electrics… parecía una locura, bueno, en realidad lo es. Pero la GE no se amilanó y en 1969 presentó el GE CAM (Máquina Antropomórfica Cibernética). La verdad es que como TT extremo… pues no es ninguna tontería. ¿O sí? 3. Ruedas en Rombo. La #F1 prohíbe los monoplazas de 4 ruedas motrices… pero no dice nada de los de 3 ruedas motrices. Nada menos que Enrique Scalabroni ideó en 1991 un F1 en “rombo” o “romboidal”. Contaba con tres ejes de rueda: una sola rueda frontal, dos ruedas laterales motrices a la altura del cockpit, justo detrás del arco de seguridad, y una tercera rueda central trasera también motriz. Según Scalabroni, “realizamos bocetos, incluso una maqueta para ensayo en túnel de viento". Pero no se llegó a hacer un coche real. 4. Coches de dos ruedas… Sí, sí, digo coche, no moto, un pedazo de coche de cinco plazas y dos ruedas. La pregunta es, ¿a quién se le puede ocurrir esto? Pues al aristócrata ruso Peter Schilovski, quien encargó el proyecto a la compañía británica Wolseley Tool & Motor Car Company… ¡y lo hicieron! En 1912 presentó el Shilovski Gyrocar, un coche de casi tres toneladas dos ruedas y cinco plazas. duda. El Shilovski Gyrocar causó sensación en su época porque, aunque cueste creerlo, funcionaba. Incluso se han creado versiones modernas, como el popular Gyro-X de 1967. 5. ¿Coche de una rueda? Pero siempre hay quien lleva las cosas demasiado lejos, porque alguien pensó, ¿por qué usar cuatro, tres o dos ruedas si puedes usar solo una? En este caso más bien se trata de una moto, pero con una sola rueda. 6. Súper micro coches. Os pongo como ejemplo, el caso del Peel P50 (1962), una especie de cajón con ruedas, es llevar las cosas demasiado lejos. Mide un metro de alto, un metro de ancho y 1,3 metros de largo, el motor es de solo 49 cm3 y el chasis es la propia carrocería… ¡de fibra de carbono! ¿Te imaginas que me tengo que meter ahí? Pesaba apenas 60 kg y se hicieron unas 50 unidades… Hicimos un vídeo titulado “Micro coches, ¡la imaginación al poder!” donde os mostramos nada menos que 30… ¡nuestro récord en listas! ¿Te acuerdas Rodrigo? 7. Coches con motor de aire. Aunque te parezca una locura, no solo es posible, sino que ha habido muchos y se comercializaron con éxito. Básicamente eran coches de vapor a los que en vez de caldera se los ponía un depósito de aire comprimido. De hecho, hace más de 100 años Willy Maybach, el mejor ingeniero alemán de motores, que colaboró con Carl Benz y tuvo su propia marca de lujo, ahora propiedad de Mercedes, exploró esa posibilidad en 1906. Y recientemente, en el salón de Ginebra de 2009 se presentó el Tata MDI AIRPod, concebido para la movilidad personal… no se llegó a comercializar, pero no me extrañaría que en estos tiempos ecológicos que vivimos, no acabasen ofreciendo alguno…aunque sea para moverse por el casco antiguo de las ciudades. 8. Carrocerías de madera. En tiempos de crisis, cuando no había coches, muchos propietarios convertían la parte de atrás de sus berlinas en break y lo hacían con el material que tenían a mano, generalmente madera. Luego lo barnizaban y adquiría ese color digamos “rubio”.Incluso grandes marcas recurrieron a esta técnica de usar la madera para la mitad posterior de sus rancheras, hasta tal punto que más tarde, aun siendo ya de chapa, se las decoraba con madera o con un símil madera. La necesidad aguza el ingenio. 9. Coches sin volante. ¿Un coche sin volante? Es como una piscina sin agua… sin volante parece que no hay diversión. Pero muchas marcas se empeñan en quitarlo. Una de ellas fue Saab que en su proyecto Prometheus allá por 1987, proponía un Saab 9.000 que en vez de volante tenía un joystick… 10. Coches anfibios. ¡También hicimos un video de coches anfibios! Y la conclusión era clara: Salvo en casos de guerra un coche anfibio no tiene mucho sentido. De hecho, el coche anfibio más fabricado en la historia ha sido el Schwimmwagen, literalmente “coche anfibio”, que en realidad se llamaba VW Tipo 166 y del que se fabricaron 15.000 unidades.

FLCCC Alliance
DrBeen#20 Coffee Induces Autophagy

FLCCC Alliance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 34:35


Episode 20: Coffee Induces Autophagy This study from Singapore demonstrates how caffeine helps reduce lipid fats by autophagy. Let's review. DrBeen: Medical Education Online https://www.drbeen.com/ FLCCC | Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance https://covid19criticalcare.com/ URL list from Friday, Aug. 5 2022 Caffeine stimulates hepatic lipid metabolism by the autophagy‐lysosomal pathway in mice - Sinha - 2014 - Hepatology - Wiley Online Library https://aasldpubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hep.26667 Caffeine prevents restenosis and inhibits vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation through the induction of autophagy - PubMed https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35012409/ Frontiers | Caffeine Induces Autophagy and Apoptosis in Auditory Hair Cells via the SGK1/HIF-1α Pathway https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcell.2021.751012/full Impact of coffee on liver diseases: a systematic review - Saab - 2014 - Liver International - Wiley Online Library https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/liv.12304 Coffee: The magical bean for liver diseases - PMC https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5440772/

#THEDRIVERSHOW
¿Cuales son los TIPOS de MOTORES? - I4, V6, V8, Boxer | TDS [EP 216]

#THEDRIVERSHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 5:38


No es que no EXISTEN los motores de combustión de cuatro cilindros en V, pero hay una mala practica en República Dominicana de decirle 'V4" a los motores 4 cilindros en linea. Si sabemos que DUCATI tiene motocicletas con motores V4, que Porsche lo usa en el 919 para competir en LeMans, y que FORD fabrico para SAAB y LANCIA. COMPRA TU #DRIVERCAP AQUÍ

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
Aug 5-1: Viktor Bout a precedent for Chapo, Saab, Saipov? Corrupt UN is silent. @SDNYLIVE Mag Court beat. EU plays / funds both sides of war.

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 2:17


VLOG: Viktor Bout a precedent for Chapo, Saab, Saipov? Corrupt UN is silent. @SDNYLIVE Mag Court beat. EU plays / funds both sides of war.

Red Pill Revolution
World War 3: Pelosi Taiwan Trip Escalates China Tensions

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 66:07


In this week's episode, we discuss Nancy Pelosi's recent visit to Taiwan. Nancy says she supports Taiwan's democracy while the white house says the exact opposite supporting the "One-China" policy. We discuss the real motives of her visit which may or may not have to do with insider trading. We also discuss the Alex Jones trial where his lawyer "accidentally" sends years' worth of texts to the opposing lawyer completely undermining their entire argument.    Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. 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And causing what is a international catastrophe with China then Boeing up to the United States and all sorts of craziness. In other news, Alex Jones was accused of perjury after his Sandy hook. Parents' lawyer obtained his test tax messages from his own lawyer. Uh, so that's gonna be something interesting to talk about. I guess Alex Jones is currently, uh, going through legal proceedings regarding, uh, defamation trial or some type of, uh, civil lawsuit regarding the Sandy hook shooting and saying that it did not happen. So we will discuss that, but really today's conversation. Uh, conversation's going to be going over a lot about Nancy Pelosi starting an international incident, and we'll find out why, what China said and everything in between. So stick around on today's episode, number 38 of the red pill revolution podcast. Again, thank you so much for joining. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red pill revolution started out with me realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right. Thank you guys so much for joining me again. Episode number 38 of the red pill revolution podcast. And the very first thing that we are going to touch on is the Alex Jones trial. All right. It says this article that I have in front of me right here, it says Alex Jones is accused of perjury after Sandy hook parents' lawyer obtains his text messages and what could be the worst blunder ever by any lawyer at all ever  which quite atrocious move on your lawyer's part to basically completely, uh, send every little piece of evidence they could to the. Opposing team's lawyer.  literally the worst thing you could possibly do. So we'll read through this a little bit, this article here about it, and then we will watch the clip of Alex Jones basically caught with his pants down. I have my own opinions on this. I have my own opinions about Alex Jones. Um, but whatever you believe about it, this is pretty hilarious. So what this article goes on to. Is that the lawyer representing Sandy hook parents in Alex Jones' damages trial said Wednesday, that Jones' lawyer sent him years worth of text messages and emails from Jones's phone. It goes on to say that Jones who was repeatedly says, has repeatedly lied, that the Sandy hook shooting was a hoax has already been found liable in defamation cases, brought by families of the victims. The Texas jury in the damages trial will determine how much Jones owes victims' parents after publicly making false claims. What they're saying, uh, 12 days ago, your lawyer messed up and sent me an entire digital copy of your entire cell phone with every text message you've sent for the last two years. That is how I know you lied to me. When you said you didn't have text messages about Sandy hook. And that is the attorney mark Bankston, who is the attorney for the Sandy hook victim's family. And this was on Wednesday, uh, today. And, uh, so it goes ahead and says that worth noting judge Maya, Guerra gamble of the Travis county district court, who is presiding over the case, told jurors the contents of Jones' phone were not properly turned over when it should have. Okay. Well, if you watch this clip of Alex Jones is the judge on this case. It's like pretty apparent that this judge is just wants nothing to do with Alex Jones is fed up with his trial is a little agitated by anything and everything that he does. . So let's go ahead and watch this clip here, because again, it's, you know, I have my own thoughts about Alex Jones. You know, like everybody, uh, says he's got this crazy demeanor about a lot of things. He's been right about several, several things. This is not one of them, in my opinion. Um, this Sandy hook situation is quite atrocious. Just like all of the other mass shootings that we've seen is horrible, horrific. Um, And again, the way that Alex Jones went about it. I I've said this before about shootings. I've said this before about the conspiracy world that comes up when you talk about these, uh, these shootings in these schools. And I, I just don't, I think it's off the mark. I don't think that there's crisis actors. And I don't think that, you know, people are going on the stage and, you know, if anything, that's so many loose ends that it, it is just so unprobable. And so sloppy of, of an idea that, you know, to actually implement that there would be so many people who would have to be in on it, that it would just make it such a difficult situation to follow through on. And, and again, there would be so many people who would know what happened there would, it's just a mess. So I, I just don't think that's the likely, the likelihood is there. I don't think that there's a bunch of actors in this situation. I don't think that's what's going on. I do think, however, you. You wanna put on your tin foil hat for a minute, that there is federal agents who are on chatboards with people who are saying horrible, horrific things with these, you know, young people who are in terrible frames of mind who may or may not, uh, talk to them in these types of situations. And there's a lot less loose ends that way. Um, but anyways, let's go ahead and watch Alex Jones, uh, get caught with his pants down here.  every text message he's ever sent over the last several years, being given to a lawyer  this is just worst case scenario, right? Like if you're on a, if you're on trial, you know, for literally anything. Let alone a trial that's getting watched by hundreds of thousands, if not millions and millions of people. And literally the enemy standing across from you in the courtroom has every piece of evidence has every little flirt TA just text message you sent to your wife has every little, you know, bad day that you had every little, uh, I don't know, uh, name that you called a friend that you don't want them to know about. I mean, literally every little dirty secret in those text messages and worst case scenario, it gets sent to the opposite team's lawyer. All right. So  just, uh, I, I, it just horrific situation and, and I guess it raises a lot of questions, right? Like he, the, the lawyer actually goes on to say that your lawyer didn't even. Stop us from bringing this to court, right? Like your lawyer didn't even attempt to write his wrong. And literally in any situation as a lawyer, how are you not checking the recipients of your text message that you're sending everybody or, or every text message ever that somebody's ever sent that you are defending? I dunno, it just seems like a crazy, crazy happenstance to find yourself in. If you're one of the most controversial figures ever, literally one of the first people ever to get banned on all social medias before even Trump got there, you know, is quite impressive if you ask me, but alright, here's the clip. We'll go ahead and watch it. And, uh, I think it's just about a minute or so, so we'll see what, what it, what goes on on it. Here we go. So you did get my text messages and it said you didn't nice trick. It's just  yes. Mr. Jones. Oh, indeed. You didn't give this text message to him. He doesn't, you don't know where this came from. Do you know where I got this? No. This lawyer sounds like an evil villain  because yes, Mr. Jones, indeed, I do have these text messages. , it's every evil villain of every animation ever. I'm just gonna restart that for you. So you can actually listen to this beautiful evil villain laugh by this lawyer. Once he feels like he has Alex in the corner. I can't imagine how excited this lawyer was to actually get this trial, especially in a time where I don't know if there's been any other specific time in history where court cases have been so publicized and, uh, you know, just so in the public eye as the last six months or so even. Um, but anyways, listen for this beautiful, beautiful Disney villain laugh by this lawyer. So you did get my text messages and they said you didn't nice trick. That's just not . Yes. Mr. Jones. Oh, indeed. You didn't give this text message to him. You don't, you don't know where this came from. Do you know where I got this? No. Mr. Jones, did you know that 12 days ago, 12 days ago, your attorneys messed up and sent me an entire digital copy of your entire cell phone with every text message you've sent for the past two years. And when informed. Did not take any steps to identify it as privileged or protect it in any way. And as of two days ago, it fell free and clear into my possession. And that is how I know you lied to me. When you said you didn't have text message about saying, okay. Did you know that? I see, I told you the truth. This is your Perry Mason moment. I gave them my phone and Mr. Jones, you need to answer the question? No. Did you notice? No, I don't know this happened, but I mean, I told you I gave him the phone over. Just that, just answer the question you said in your deposition, you searched your phone. You. And that's where we really, you can start to see the judge just like rolling her eyes about the whole situation. She's just so fed up with having to actually sit here and do this trial. You know, she, she goes on, if you listen for her, you'll hear just the irritation and agitation in her voice. As she's speaking to somebody, you know, being Alex Jones on this trial. And then she actually directs it a little bit at the other lawyer because she probably feels the need to balance out her frustration  for the public eye's sake. Um, but you just listen for how frustrated and how like agitated. She sounds with Alex Jones. You said you pulled down the text, did the service function for Sandy hook? That's what you said, Mr. Jones. Correct. And I had several, several different phones with this number, but I did. Yeah, well, of course. I mean, that's why you got it. No, Mr. Jones. That's not why I have my lawyer sent it to you. But I'm hiding it. Okay. Mr. Jones, Mr. Jones, that just answer questions. There's no question, Mr. Bankson also only asks questions. Sure. Mr. Jones, in discovery, you were asked, do you have Sandy hook, text messages on your phone? And you said that under oath, cause you not didn't you. I, if I was mistaken, I was mistaken, but you, you got the messages right there. You know what perjury is, right. I just wanna make sure, you know, before we go any further, you know what it is? Yes, I do. I mean, I, I'm not a tech guy. I told you, I gave in my testimony, the phone to the lawyers before, whatever. And, and so you've got my phone, but we didn't give it to you now, Mr. Jones, one more time. And please remember if you need to assert fifth amendment, you can, I need to know that you can do that, but you testified, so you did. He goes on to say, if you need to assert the fifth amendment, you can, like the other team's lawyer is telling him, maybe you should be quiet at this point is hilarious. Like how many times has that happened in court? Like, Hey, if you don't wanna go to jail for perjury, maybe just maybe just sit this one out. Maybe just say you don't know  so again, I, I find this to be interesting. I, I think that it's, uh, what a horrible position to find yourself in. I, if you're in any courtroom at all the actual other team's lawyer and what is he gonna do with this? Right. I mean, I'm, I don't know what type of, you know, there is client attorney privilege and there's, this does raise questions about whether or not Alex Jones gets some ability to say that there's like some type of mistrial, but I guess, because it's a civil case and not a. You know, some type of, um, actual, what is it called? I don't know, whatever the other type of case, it's a civil case. So the actual ability to, uh, call it a mistrial or whatever, doesn't actually come into play here. Uh, so interesting. But he may be actually able to go after this lawyer, from what I understand for doing that, because he literally just killed his entire case, right? The, the lawyer has a responsibility to do his best to defend him regardless of the situation. And part of that probably does not have to do with sending the other team's lawyer.  every text message you ever sent ever.  over the last two years. Um, so unfortunate for Alex Jones. Uh, it'll be interesting to see what comes of that trial. You know, who see, who, who knows how much money they'll actually get out of him for that. It seems like, you know, just looking at the. Uh, the judge in that case, Alex Jones is gonna lose . So it'll be interesting to see how much money actually comes of that for those parents. But I don't know something to watch. It's I, I bet you, it's probably the most entertaining trial. 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Check out the website, subscribe five star review. That's all I got. Thank you very much. All right now. What we're gonna be discussing is Nancy Pelosi throwing the very first punch in what could cause a domino effect into a potential world war. As we saw her go on a trip to Taiwan this week, over the last couple of days, she was in Taiwan taking 90 million of taxpayer money to be escorted with unbelievable military presence to get there. Now, the reason that she went was obscure, she wouldn't tell people why she was actually going to Taiwan, but. Some people have some theories and I have my own, and we will discuss those as well. But let me go ahead and read this article for you, because it will give us some context. We'll look at some of the timelines of what actually went on here. Uh, and I, and I think it's important to note what's gonna be happening moving forward, because basically where we're at now is that the us is going to keep Naval assets really close to Taiwan. As China begins to ramp up their own Naval deployments and military actions and exercises, which I, I think is like, kind of weird, right? Like what is an, what is a military exer like live fire drills? What's that doing? I don't know. Um, but let's go ahead and we'll read this article and see what they have to say about Nancy Pelosi. Um, so what it goes on to say is that Nancy Pelosi went to Taiwan. In high ranking, Chinese officials issues, a new threat over Pelosi's expected visit to Taiwan. That was the very first article surrounding it. The next one goes on to say that that Taiwan is going to be keeping their military, or I'm sorry, their military assets, uh, in ready formation as this situation unfolds. So when she went to Taiwan, there's, there's a few different situations surrounding this. We'll look at what the white house has to say about it. Well, look what Nancy Pelosi's own Twitter account has to say about it, which is completely contradictory. Uh, but, um, it goes on to say that according to the us Navy, the us Ronald Reagan, USS anti M USS Higgins, USS triple E, and a guided missile cruiser are in the vicinity of Taiwan and overstaying. After her movement reports also indicate that the two us Naval submarines are also operating in this area. And so it says the movement of war us warships to the east of Taiwan comes as China announced it was moving Naval assets near Taiwan ahead of targeted military drills and missile tests. In addition to various Naval war movements, two Chinese aircraft carriers left their port as speaker Pelosi arrived in Taiwan. The two aircraft carriers, uh, are expected to move towards the region. The ships are accompanied by type 0 75 amphibious assault ships. All right. So basically what that's saying is that the us is not going anywhere right now, right? The us is going to stand their ground in Taiwan, which is also contradictory basically to what, uh, the white house said, which will watch again here. Some of the situations that unfolded there and what the white house speaker actually, you know, had to say about it. Um, but China is going to begin a set of unprecedented live fire drills off of the Taiwan coast as a result of this. Okay. It goes on to say that this is from, this is from the guardian. It says China is to begin a series of unprecedented live fire drills that would effectively blockade the islands of Taiwan just hours after the departure of us house speaker Nancy Pelosi, whose controversial visit this week has sparked fears of a crisis in the Taiwan. Straight Taiwan is characterized the drills, which will last until Sunday afternoon and will include missile tests and other military operations as close as nine miles to Taiwan's coastline. As a violation of international law ahead of the drill, it says 27 Chinese war planes had enter its air defense zone. Pelosi arrived in Taipei on Tuesday night, under intense global scrutiny and was met by the foreign minister and the us representatives in Taiwan.  she addressed Taiwan's parliament on Wednesday before having public and private meetings with the president, our delegation came to Taiwan to make unequivocally clear. We will not abandon Taiwan. And we are proud of our enduring friendship. Pelosi said, which again goes completely against what the Weis house had to say about this with their one China policy and believing that Taiwan is its own, you know, sovereign nation. No, , that's what the white house said. They believe that, you know, basically that it's a part of China, which is what we'll see here in this video. So let's go ahead and see what. The white house had to say about this. We'll see what the text messages were said by Nancy Pelosi. And actually let's go right into that here, which is Nancy Pelosi's tweets, not text messages, sorry.  Nancy Pelosi's tweets. So Nancy Pelosi tweeted by traveling to Taiwan. We honor our commitment to democracy, reaffirming that the freedoms of Taiwan and all democracies must be respected. And that was directly from Nancy Pelosi's Twitter account. During this now Nancy Pelosi actually posted what seemed to be a hype video around her, her trip to Taiwan, which I feel is hilarious. Even like, listen to the music of this. And I'll kind of talk you through it if you're just listening here. Um, and then we will walk through the article together. So you hear this uplifting music as they show her landing and walking next to some Taiwanese people. She's speaking on a couch, waving her fist around as people wave their heads as a, in a yes. Motion. just like the music kills me on this. You know, just how, how, you know, she went to stock media.com and typed in make people like me. So I guess you could receive some type of honor as a result of this, you know, that hasn't been given to other people. Um, I don't know. It's, it's really quite interesting to just, you gotta see this video, go to Nancy Pelosi's Twitter account. It's hill Larry to see just the, the vibe and the feel of this video here. They're taking selfies together. Oh, the good thing she's wearing a mask. She might start a world war, but Nancy Pelosi is at least wearing a mask in her hype video who cares about the, the fighter jet scrambled to run after her. At least she has her mask on Oh, it's so funny to see the world politics on this stage. It's like, I'm surprised this woman even wants to travel to Taiwan at this point. Um, I don't know. So let let's go over the timeline here. We'll, we'll look at something here, which, you know, in a minute, what we'll look at is the difference between the way the media has addressed. You know, the headlines that have come out of this for Nancy Pelosi doing this, you know, very, um, what people say about it is somewhat aggressive act, uh, uh, and foreign policy against some of the things that we have said we would follow in the past, including our own white house. I don't know what this, this guy is not the curly headed lady, but the man, um, I don't know what his title is, but he says some, some stuff about what the us policy is about this, and it goes completely against it. But let's look at the timeline here of what actually went down, what actually happened and see how China responded. Let's just jump into it. So it says. Footage uploaded by civilians in China. So this was breaking news is they started to show China, basically throwing a bunch of military assets on the border of Taiwan, right? The immediately close vicinity of a city directly across from Taiwan. And it says that footage uploaded by civilians in China show, large military movements of troops and equipment. And speaker Pelosi is expected to arrive in Taiwan shortly. The large military movements have occurred on major highways and railways throughout the Chinese Providence of Fujian. Um, this was at 1:01 AM Pacific time and it says commercial fights have been abruptly canceled from airports in several cities, um, in the Fujian Providence. And this was, uh, due to regional traffic control and did not elaborate further for the actual cause of that 1 0 7. Um, the mayor of Ziman, I don't know if I'm pronouncing any of these cities, right? So my apologies has called on citizens to donate blood without detailing. Why at one 11 Pacific time photos coming in the military movements. One 14, the Chinese aircraft carrier is reportedly moving towards Taiwan in additional ship in Chan. Don was reported to have left Sanya Naval base on yesterday. 1 21. They continue to talk about the USS Ronald Reagan is on course towards Taiwan reports, estimated that the shift could arrive in Taiwan in the next six hours. And then we start to see us military aircraft departing Japan and heading towards Taiwan from, uh, air force based. OK, Okinawa, um, 1 37. You start to basically what ends up happening here is a bunch of military aircraft, a bunch of tanks, a bunch of all this military equipment is being shown as traveling all across China, to get over to the streets of Z to show Chinese, uh, military equipment. There's all these videos of all these people we're posting about it now. It started to say how Nancy Pelosi is gonna basically take a long way around to get there. You know, obviously because she understands what she is doing. And again, we'll talk about why people think she's actually doing what she's doing, which has to do with more. So her stock investments, as opposed to, you know, maybe us foreign policy, as we see the white house distance themselves from her. And, uh, let's go see. So at 4:57 AM Pacific time, that's 7:57 AM the morning of this happening. Multiple Taiwanese government websites went down, right? All they got shut down, which included the actual taiwan.gov website. So. From there, we start to see her travel. Now, if you were following this at all, you'd understand that there there's something called the flight radar 20 four.com, which is where you can follow military aircraft follow any type of aircraft that has any type of radar system that you can track through air traffic control. And there was over 300,000 people following this single plane of Nancy Pelosi, just praying to see it.  go down. You know, we've seen all of these, you know, hilarious comments about this. You know, people are just saying like, you know, just keep her, we don't, we don't want her anyways, if you want to, you know, shoot her down. Oh, no, we're so sad about it.  uh, I'll, I'll hold my opinion on it. Um, but there was some pretty hilarious comments. If you start to look at these things, um, but everybody was watching this 300,000 people across the world were watching her plane. I imagine be sitting in that aircraft and, and wondering what's gonna actually happen. I don't know it, it would be if you're Nancy Pelosi and you're all dressed up in your suit and ready to go take on, you know, Taiwan foreign policy or show your support for them. And you're just wondering if at any moment your aircraft could be shut down. Now I would wonder, you know, why they wouldn't turn off their radar. Um, so you know, what is more likely to me is that that was probably some type of, you know, if they're spending 90 million for her to be there, they're probably sending a couple planes and making one as a decoy. Um, but imagine being the, the pilot on that plane too, like, you didn't even ask for this, right? You're not going to check on your billion dollar stock investments in Taiwan. You're just flying planes, wherever your command tells you to fly them.  and all of a sudden you have to fly Nancy Pelosi through enemy territory to Taiwan. Wondering if at any moment you're gonna get shot down. For Nancy Pelosi to go check on her stock investments. Which again, we'll talk about here in a minute.  at 7:01 AM. China closed the Taiwan straight for commercial air tra air traffic control. Um, and then they started to scramble, uh, 7 21, which was 20 minutes later. Taiwan started to scramble fighter jets to intercept Chinese or, uh, aircraft heading towards the country. All right. Now, Nancy Pelosi later released a state.  and, uh, this beautiful picture of her with her hands up, you know, if you recall her rubbing her fist together and just so excited to clap for Joe Biden, um, but it kind of look like one of those situations, she's quite the awkward character. Um, it says our congressional delegations visit to Taiwan honors America's unwavering commitment to support Taiwan's vibrant democracy. Our visit is a part of broader trip to the end of Pacific, including Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, and Japan focused on mutual security, economic partnership, and democratic governance. Our discussions with Taiwan leadership will focus on reaffirming our support for our partner and our, and on promoting our shared interests. It's interesting that she calls them her partner. Our partner, right? Our partner.  not, not the United States partner. All of, all of ours, uh, all of our partners, um, which again, the white house begins to distance themselves from her as a result of this. Uh, but it says our discussions with Taiwan leadership will focus on reaffirming our support for our partner in on promoting our shared interest, including advancing free and open endo Pacific region. Uh, America's solidarity with the 23 million people of Taiwan is more important today than ever as the world faces a choice between autocracy and democracy. Our visit is one of several congressional delegations to Taiwan in no way, contradicts longstanding United States policy guided by Taiwan relations active 1979, us China joint and the six assurances. The United States continues to oppose unilateral efforts to change the status quo. Now things started to escalate here and what we've seen as a result of all of this, uh, you know, basically the very next, you know, several, several hours later, the China's military started to announce that it was going to launch targeted military operations to counter speaker Pelosi's visits, Taiwan, the military added it would resolutely, defend territorial integrity and national sovereignty. And they didn't say where they were aiming that at. They didn't say specifically in Taiwan, they didn't know anything specific about it just said that they're willing and able to conduct targeted military operations. Now they go on to seemingly say that they're going to be doing live fire drills. And again, this is my question is like, what does a live fire drill? What does that look like? Why would you, how does that, are you just like flexing your muscles before a fist fight? Like what, what is the point of that? Right? They showed the actual tra air traffic zones, like the, the fight areas that are gonna be sectioned off as a result of this. But who knows what's gonna come of this? I think this is the very beginning of what's gonna escalate. Uh, I, I just don't see that this saber rattling doesn't turn into something more, but we will see here in just a moment, you know, very shortly, just a few minutes here, we'll see how the white house responds to this, including what, uh, Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said about it. Um, China summon the us ambassador in China over speakers, uh, visit to Taiwan. China says it will carry out targeted military operations in response to the visit. And then the Pentagon press secretary John Kirby says that speaker Pelosi has a right to visit Taiwan. He adds that the United States believes China will ramp up military activity around Taiwan in the coming days. And then also said that they support the one China policy and will continue to support speaker Pelosi's trip. They basically say that like, yeah, she can do whatever she. Okay then let her do it. If she wants to go to Taiwan to check on her investment portfolio with microchips, then maybe she shouldn't be using $90 million of taxpayer money to do so. Maybe she should fly Delta.  like, see if the Delta airliner gets shot down, not a, you know, billion dollar, uh, you know, F 35 as a result of a dog fight that that came of this. So let's go ahead and watch this video. And then we'll talk about some of the, the preceding statements by the people in China, as well as the United States. But here is the Pentagon press, secretary, John Kirby, and his statements regarding this trip now on Taiwan. Cause I know that's on, uh, everybody's mind today. I wanna reaffirm that the speaker has not confirmed any travel plans and it is for the speaker to do so. And her staff. So we won't be commenting or speculating about, um, the, the stops on her trip. We have been clear from the very beginning that she will make her own decisions. And that Congress is an independent branch of government. Our constitution embeds a separation of powers. This is well known to the PRC, given our more than four decades of diplomatic relations, the speaker has the right to visit Taiwan and a speaker of the house has visited Taiwan before, without incident, as have many members of Congress, including this year, the world has seen the United States government be very clear that nothing has changed. Nothing has changed about our one China policy, which is of course guided by the Taiwan relations act. The three joint us PRC communicates in the six assurances. We have said, we have repeatedly said that we oppose any unilateral changes to the status quo. From either side, we have said that we do not support Taiwan, independence. And we have said that we expect cross straight differences to be resolved by peaceful needs. We have communicated this directly to the PRC at the highest levels. If you don't support Taiwan independence, then why is the speaker of the house going on to Twitter, supporting Taiwan independence? I just don't get how we can have such a disconnect between the third, second, third in line for the presidency. If Joe Biden dies tomorrow of old age COVID cancer or falls up the stairs, walking to get onto his plane, who's gonna take the presidency. Well, it's Kamala Harris and then it's Nancy Pelosi, who, again, we might have to worry about dying of old age at the same time, but if she's going on to these world stages and she is showing on Twitter, literally on Twitter. Saying that she supports Taiwan's democracy. We will have to choose between an and a democracy. We are showing our support of the democratic state. She's literally saying that she supports Taiwan's independence in almost every tweet that she talked about on this. And then he comes out here and, and it's all has to do with this gaslighting. Right? And he, you know, they've been gaslighting the American people for three years, and now they believe that they can not only Gaslight the people, they can Gaslight the Chinese government into thinking that, you know, we're not, we're not doing anything over here. We, we have nothing to do with our third in line for the president of the United States, making a direct attempt at threatening the sovereignty of a, some nation. You believe to be yours. It's it's it's I don't even know what to describe it as, but it's almost. As insulted as I feel when they Gaslight me, the Chinese government has to be like, yeah, what are you saying? I'm looking at Twitter right now. And Nancy Pelosi is saying that she supports the democracy of Taiwan. How do we misconstrue this? Because this man is 700 positions below Nancy Pelosi. He is not even close to this. And by the way, what the hell are these positions? Like the press secretary, the Pentagon press sec, the white house, press secretary, the Pentagon press. Secretary. What is this position for? What is this man doing besides literally getting paid to lie? About everything and read from a book, like how, how do you even get do for when you go through the interview process to be a press secretary, do they make you read Dr. Seuss allowed to people and see how convincing you can read Dr. Like, what is the process to become in this position? How much money do they get paid to literally just stand up there, sift through pieces of paper and lie about every single thing that they're talking about at all times. I don't know. It just seems like such a ridiculous position. Why don't you have the president of the United States speak to us? Oh, because then you'd have to find somebody and put somebody in that position who has the ability to form sentences. Right. That might be a problem anyways. So let's, let's watch the rest of this, but again, how I, I just don't see how you can have such conflicting conversations surrounding this. How, how the, the Pentagon press secretary can come out and say that we support the one China policy. We believe Taiwan is a part of China. And at the same time, the third, second, third in line for the presidency is going to Taiwan and saying she supports their democracy. I don't know, including as recently as last week and the phone call between president Biden and president she, the national security advisor, the secretaries of state and defense, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff have also made this very clear to Beijing in a half a dozen recent high level conversations put simply there is no reason. For Beijing to turn a potential visit consistent with longstanding us policy into some sort of crisis or conflict, or use it as a pretext to increase aggressive military activity in or around the Taiwan straight. There's no reason to turn this into anything. There's no reason at all. That's why we sent 26 F 30 fives. I'm making that up. However many fighter jets they sent surrounding her aircraft. However many huge ass military assets, $90 million of taxpayer money is what was expected to come of this trip to ensure her security so that she could go again. And again, we'll look at this article, but check on her stock investments, 90 million, if you believe. It's just so baffling to me that they can even say that. Why, why, why do you guys have a problem with this what's wrong? We didn't do anything. We didn't do anything. It's like a six year old with a cookie in their mouth telling, you know, telling you they didn't grab the cookie off the counter. Right. And they got chocolate all over their face. Why are you up so upset? We didn't eat the cookie. It's so stupid. And yet over the weekend, even before speaker Pelosi arrived in the region, China conducted a live fire exercise. China appears to be positioning itself to potentially take further steps in the coming days. and perhaps over longer time horizons. Now, these potential steps from China could include military provocations, such as firing missiles in the Taiwan straight or around Taiwan operations that break historical norms such as large scale air entry into Taiwan's air defense identification, zone ages. I think you all know that acronym, air, or Naval activities that cross the median line and military exercises that could be highly publicized. This could also include actions in the diplomatic and economic space such as further spurious legal claims by Beijing's public assertions last month, or I'm sorry, like Beijing's, uh, public assertions last month at the Taiwan Strait is not an international waterway. Some of these actions would continue concerning trend lines, uh, that we've seen in recent years, but some could be of a different scope and scale. The last time Beijing fired missiles into the Taiwan Strait was 1995 and 1996. After Beijing reacted provocatively to Taiwan's president's visit, uh, to deliver and address at his Alamo mater. I wanna contrast this now between the United States and China, we and countries around the world, believe escalation serves no one Beijing's actions could have unintended consequences that only serve to increase tensions. Meanwhile, our actions are not threatening and they break no new ground, nothing about this potential visit potential visit, which oh, by the way, has precedent would change the status quo and the world should reject any PRC effort to use it to do so we will not take the bait or engage in SA rattling. At the same time, we will not be intimidated. We will keep operating in the seas and the skies of the Western Pacific as we have for decades. We will continue to support cross straight peace, stability, support, Taiwan of course, defend a free and open endo Pacific. And we're still gonna seek to maintain lines of communication with Beijing. All of that is important. And all of that, all of it is preserving the status quo. We expect to see Beijing continue to use inflammatory rhetoric and disinformation in the coming days. United States by contrast will with transparency will. I am absolutely 100% positive. The United States will act with transparency as always as shown over the last three years. oh man. Gosh, this man, at least he's better than, uh, the other woman, the white house, press secretary at convincing people and holding a straight face and being able to finish a sentence. You know, at least it's not as insulting when this man lies to our face. I don't know it. It's it's funny. We're gonna read through all of the tweets that Nancy Pelosi had here. I have him pulled up, so we got 20 seconds left in this. I'll I'll give you the rest of the clip here and then we'll, we'll walk through those end up here. We'll answer your questions. We'll give you the facts. We are also committed to keeping open lines of communication with Beijing. As I said, this is what the world expects of, not just the United States, but of China. And we encourage Beijing to keep that commitment as well. One of the main things that he said there was that we continue to support the one China policy, right? The one China policy is the fact that China believes that they own Taiwan, right? That's the major overlying theme of the one China policy. Now, as Nancy Pelosi says on the backs of that, and the very first tweet that we see about this, well, maybe the second one, she says the United States  the United States continues to oppose unilateral efforts to change the status quo. Our visits is one of several congressional delegations to Taiwan and it in no way contradicts longstanding United States policy guided by the Taiwan relations act in 1979, she goes on to say that our delegations visit to Taiwan honors America's unwavering commitment to supporting Taiwan's vibrant democracy. Our discussions with Taiwan leadership reaffirm our support for our partner and promote our shared interest, including advancing a free and open Indo-Pacific region. Her very next, uh, tweet says by traveling to Taiwan, we honor our commitment to democracy. If you recall, China is not a democracy reaffirming that their freedoms of Taiwan and all democracies must be respected. The next tweet says our visit reiterates that America stands with Taiwan, a robust, vibrant democracy in our important partner in the endo Pacific. And this, this picture that she's in here outside. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 other people all in masks. And they're all in like black suits and she's in like a pink suit in the middle that like, somebody dressed her in , but they're all in masks, which again, you're outside. What are you doing? And even if you're inside, what are you doing? The very next post says, I like how she's like following a timeline here. Well, obviously she's not tweeting these. I would be highly, very, very surprised if Nancy Pelosi was actually on Twitter or knew how to use it in her age, but, um, in the recent days. Yeah. And she kind of moves on from the Taiwan situation. Uh, let's see if she has anymore here. Nope. She moves on. So, um, the last one that she said was, uh, about 17 hours ago and it said our delegation had the distinct privilege of meeting with the president of Taiwan. We discussed how America and Taiwan can deepen our economic ties. And by that she means her investments in longstanding chip companies.  we discussed how America and Taiwan can deepen our economic ties, further strengthen our security partnerships and defend our shared democratic values. Nancy, how do you plan on defending our shared democratic values? When the Pentagon says that they do not support your trip, that they have nothing to do with your trip, that you are going on this trip alone and they won't tell us why. And speaking of why let's jump into some of the theories allegedly as to why Nancy Pelosi actually went to Taiwan now to be fully transparent. This is not from any legitimate article, but several people online. Who are going to give their opinions as to why they believe that Nancy Pelosi is actually in Taiwan. All right. Now, an interesting situation that occurred was recently Nancy Pelosi actually sold, I believe about 50% or her not her. Of course not her. She would never trade stocks with insider information. It was her husband. He has nothing to do with her. They never share information. They don't talk about things that could potentially make them money. Of course they wouldn't do that. Her husband sold about half of their shares of the Envidia stock. All right. So, um, the first thing that says it's probably something to do with the millions that she just invested into Envidia uh, TSMC is the world's premier provider of Silicon wafer. Their clientele includes apple AMD, Invidia, et cetera. Invidia's particular in particular just realized they bought too much capacity for TM. TMC S's, uh, process nodes. The crash of crypto is to blame for that. The crash of crypto just saw demand for Nvidia GPS plummet. They ordered way too many chips expecting crypto to stay strong. Now as to why she's going there, TSMC will not change the existing deal for the chips. With Nvidia. This puts Invidia in a bad position because demand is now low and supply is going to be enormous. She owns a ton of Invidia stock and that stock price will plummet. If supply isn't reduced in some way, she's probably trying to go to Taiwan to get TSMC, to play ball. She could threaten them directly by holding up the chips act in Congress, costing TSMC, billions TSMC is set to receive money in the aforementioned act to subsidize the construction of a silicone fab in Arizona. It's literally a matter of national security that they build that fab. Otherwise when China sees as Taiwan and they will eventually China will control the best processors on the planet. Uninhibited even Intel is years behind TSM C's design Nancy probably just doesn't wanna lose millions on a bad buy. And she just is throwing her weight around threatening national security to make a few dollars. No Nancy Pelosi would not, not overcome her integrity would not, would not put her reputation on the line to make money. She makes $200,000 a year as the speaker of the house or something like that. Right? That's, that's more than enough to, to house herself in a $10 billion house or whatever the house she lives in.  uh, somebody asks on that thread do, should I buy TSMC stock now before China's takeover and somebody responds and says, China's seizing Taiwan as a matter of when. And they will control a good portion of the computer chip supply. It's one of the easiest annexes in the Asian region, but they won't invade before the us builds its own steady supply of chips because of political fallout, which would last for a duration of half a presidency until the public loses interest in Asians. I didn't say that , um, somebody said that she sold her position in Nvidia. Somebody responded by saying that she sold less than half of it, still 6.5 million position that she's in right now, which is approximately one 20th, maybe not 1 21 16th, one 17th of the total cost of the military tax hours that were spent for her to ensure her own safety, going to Taiwan in the first place. Maybe we can cut a deal with Nancy, like, Hey, don't go to Taiwan and start a world war. And maybe let's just, let's give her like a $2 million, you know, check as a result. And then she doesn't have to go play these little games and, and, you know, potentially cause the deaths of tens of millions of people, somebody else went on the same, speaking on the same subject about the chips, which seems to be a theme regarding this visit. They said that she is going to Taiwan to make a deal about TSMC. TSMC is quite literally a key part of Taiwan's defense strategy. There really isn't much competition with TSMC on the bleeding edge of chip production. And the few people that can compete are still behind them. If they were knocked out of the tech industry would be set back a decade. At least even if competitors Samsung could speed up their development and create a competing node, TSMC represents a huge percentage of the market that, um, that them going down would absolutely cripple tech markets. The other dominance of TSMC and the complete reliance on TSMC by the global tech industry is why Europe United States and China are all investing so heavily in ship. Taiwan, isn't stupid. They know they can't stand up to China and they fight TSM. C's dominance is their defense strategy. Taiwan has made the west so helplessly dependent on them and the west can't afford to let China invade. Pelosi is there to make a deal. I have no doubt. She will line her own pockets in the process, but let's not get ourselves here. Pelosi does not give a shit about the United States. You think she gives a fuck about Taiwan. This person says she will coddle them like the rest of the west until the very moment the us chip fabs can complete can compete and don't need TSMC anymore. The second Taiwan is no longer an integral part of the economy. You can bet your ass. People like Pelosi. Won't give the AODA of a fuck about them anymore.  that was beautifully written. Thank you so much. Um, Again, somebody else said, should I invest in their stock? What happens if the stock value in China captures Taiwan? Um, somebody else said that it's being kept down by the China threats, providing how stupid ball street is insanely undervalued stock. Nothing will happen to TSMC. The tech they use comes from ASML in Europe. If they can rebuild it somewhere else, it can be rebuilt somewhere else in the world. The chip act is supposed, uh, supposed to pay for them to build a plant in Texas. Supposedly Taiwan doesn't want to do it because they don't wanna lose their bargaining chip against China. Interesting. Very interesting. So there you have it. That is the theories behind why Nancy Pelosi is actually going there because she wouldn't tell anybody Nancy Pelosi would not disclose why she was going to Taiwan besides her tweets that make it seem like she's doing it for foreign policy, which is obviously according to most sources and by most sources, I mean, a bunch of random people on the internet  has nothing to do with it. Um, so take it with a grain of salt, but that's what they're saying. All right now, one thing I do find interesting regarding this whole thing is the difference in the way that they headlines reacted to the, to Nancy Pelosi, going to Taiwan and Donald Trump specifically just taking a phone call from Taiwan's president Nancy Pelosi, literally met with Taiwan's president and Donald Trump took a phone call and got just obliterated for doing so. So let's read the headlines. It says Nancy Pelosi tells this is both from the same article or from the same writer from the guardian. And it says that Nancy Pelosi tells president Cy us will not abandon Taiwan. That is the statement made by the guardian about her visit. Okay. Now what they said. When Trump specifically. So if you like recall the way that Trump was treated in the media, it's quite comical to look at the variations compared to that his presidency and no, right. He was just like, you know what I'm saying? It was, it was just the way the media treated him in the headlines was like everything that he did was a national crisis. Every phone call, literally every phone call he took was an atrocious act of self, you know, uh, self help and, and not for our country, you know, everything he did was horrific. So Nancy Pelosi goes to meet the president and the headline is Nancy Pelosi tells president SI us will not abandon Taiwan. The other headline is that Nancy Pelosi's, Nancy Pelosi pledges us solidarity with Taiwan. Okay. Those are your two headlines by the guardian for Nancy Pelosi. Okay. Now. The headlines for Donald Trump. When he specifically just took a phone call, all he did was take a phone call, nothing crazy. The headline was Trump's phone call with Taiwan, president risks, China's wrath risks. China's wrath for taking a phone call, not for flying a plane there with a bunch of military assets to protect him along with all of these aircraft carriers and you know, all of these missiles on top of those beautiful carriers and F 30 fives following in pursuit. And no, none of that just took a phone call. Now let's just read the first little couple sentences here. It says Donald Trump looked to have sparked a potentially damaging diplomatic role with China. On Friday, after speaking to Taiwanese president on the telephone and they move experts, would an expert said would anger Beijing, the call first reported by the TA a times and confirmed by the new financial times is thought to be the first between the leader of the island and us president or president elect since ties between America and Taiwan were severed in 1979 at Beijing's behest. The us closes embassy in Taiwan, a democratically ruled island, which Beijing, Beijing considers a breakaway Providence in the late 1970s. Following the historic re reapproach between Beijing and Washington, that stemmed from Richard Nixon's 1972 trip to China since then the us adhered to the so-called one China principle, which officially considers the independently governed island part of the same single Chinese nation as the mainland. Trump's transition team said Cy, who was elected Taiwan's first female president in January had congratulated the billionaire tycoon on his recent victory. So they start to fear monger. They say that it's gonna be against that just for taking a phone call  now Nancy Pelosi goes there. And all of a sudden the guardian believes that she's doing the right thing, right? that they say that China cannot stop other world leaders. Visiting Taiwan says Nancy Pelosi, right? Singing the praises from the mountain tops. And when Trump takes a phone call, he's dealing with the wrath of China. Wild. All right. And then the last thing that we will talk about here, something that is not in the news, as much as it should be currently is that Paul Pelosi Nancy Pelosi's husband is to be arraigned on DUI charges in Napa county. Paul Pelosi husband, the speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi is scheduled to be arraigned at eight 30 on Wednesday today in Napa county superior court. According to a press release from the Napa county district attorney's office, the DA's office filed charges after Pelosi was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence on May 28th, Pelosi was reportedly in a car accident. The night he was arrested, the charges include driving under the influence of alcohol con causing injury and driving with a zero, uh, 0.08 blood percent blood alcohol level or higher. According to California pen code 1977. Defendants may appear through their attorney for misdemeanor DUI cases, meaning they don't need to be present in the courtroom unless a judicial officer orders. It Pelosi has not been ordered according to the DA's office at arraignment, a judicial officer nor, uh, notifies the defendant of the crimes they have been charged with. Then a formal reading of the complaint can be waived da LA, then the defendant and their counselor can enter a plea. The case may then be continued to another date after a plea charge. Is set in the jury trial. Now it's interesting that he even got charged in this case that he's even going to court and that anybody ever found out about it. I would think if you're Nancy Pelosi and you have the ability to get 90 million to be, you know, your, your fleet of vehicles that you get to take with you to show that you're a thug against the Chinese government, that you know, maybe our own government wouldn't go after your husband for a DUI. Oh, and here's another article showing his mugshot, which is absolutely atrocious. Looks like a, um, methed out author.  it says that mugshot from Paul Pelosi husband, the speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi has been released at the night of the arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence. Last month, Pelosi was arrested on May 28th by the California highway patrol for driving under the influence of alcohol, um, under the suspicion of D a DUI. So I've heard people say that maybe this is, you know, some type of. You know, uh, some, some silly people have reported that. I dunno. It's interesting that at the same time, as she's flying millions of dollars of us tax dollars in military assets to Taiwan, her husband's in court over a DUI for running into somebody. Now, I don't believe this is the first time he's dealt with this. Uh, I've heard, I don't know, maybe I'm wrong, but I've heard that Pelosi's husband has been in this type of trouble before. And he's 82 years old. What are you doing? Getting a DUI at 82.  like, let, like you're getting drunk enough to be over the limit at 82 years old. And then also driving your vehicle. Like, was he like hanging out with the homies at the local bar? I don't know, but here here's what I think. I, I think we're getting into some really iffy waters with this whole worldwide conflict situation between Ukraine and Russia. Right. We haven't seen as much Saab rattling from Russia recently with the United States, but now China entering the arena. We've kind of been waiting on this. We've been looking out for this situation. China has now entered the chat, right? China is now Sabre rattling, not just at Taiwan, but at us leadership in governmental officials. So this is where it starts to get iffy. And if China enters the conversation and Russia's pissed off at us, because we were throwing our buddies in Ukraine, all of the missiles we could find to kill their own citizens. Mm. Things could get squirrly. Right. Uh, again, I've, I've talked about this analogy a bunch, but if you were in a bar and your buddy was in a fight and all of a sudden the guy that he's fighting, his buddy throws him a knife. You're probably gonna throw him a gun. Right. If you have the ability to right. It's like this weird consequence of events, when you're funding the oppositions. Uh, you know, ability to fight against a world superpower. Eventually they're gonna come for you. Right? And now that we have China and Russia entering into this worldwide global arena at the same time, things are just gonna get weirder and weirder. So we're gonna have to see where this goes. I'm not super posi. You know, I'm not super, uh, optimistic that this doesn't go in a direction that doesn't have to lead to some sort of war conflict for the first time between world super powers since you know, 1942. Uh, but hopefully that's not the case, but it's definitely a concern right now. You know, we see all of this weirdness going on, all of the things leading up to this and within a year of presidency, not only does Russia, Ukraine, Russia invade Ukraine, and China's saber raddling at Nancy Pelosi, visiting Taiwan. Again, we're gonna have to see where it goes, but it it's, it's, it's quite concerning. And that's what I got for you today. I hope they gave you an update on Nancy Pelosi. Now, one thing that I would like to do in the future, I'm going to get back to some deep dives. I'm going to get away from all of the political rhetoric that we've been talking about over the last several episodes. We'll include some of the recent events and things like that. But I am going to get back to our roots, which is talking about.  all of the craziness that is going on behind the curtain. Right. I think the next episode, or at least in the very new future, I would like to talk about some of the, the food aspects. Right? You see all of the bugs, they're trying to get you to eat. you see, um, you know, all of this things about seed oils coming out and all of the things that are government in our, you know, uh, worldwide, um, multinational corporations are pushing on us as a, a culture. You see bill gates buying all the farmland, you see China buying all the farmland, you see all of these fad diets coming into play, and, and that have all of these, you know, chemicals and grossness involved. And then in the very near future, we're gonna start bringing on some guests. I'm gonna start doing some interviews with people that I find interesting on topics that I find to be interesting. Um, so head over to red pill, revolution.co. Check out the website. Let me know what you think. Head over to red pill revolution, doac.com. You'll get the full podcast companion, which I guess I should have mentioned earlier. Um, but head over to red pill revolution, doac.com and you'll get the full podcast companion. I'll include all of the articles, all of the videos, all of the topic, videos, all of everything that I got from this episode, you will get directly to your email, including the full audio podcast, including the full video podcast, right to your email every single week for free for now red pill revolution, dots.com. Subscribe, leave a five star review. I appreciate you so much. I hope you have a great week and welcome to the revolution. Thank you so much.  

RSN Racing Pulse
Saab Hasan - Sirius Suspect is shooting for back-to-back victories

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 5:44


Sirius Suspect is shooting for back-to-back victories when he lines up down the straight in tomorrow's Aurie's Star

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No es que no EXISTEN los motores de combustión de cuatro cilindros en V, pero hay una mala practica en República Dominicana de decirle 'V4" a los motores 4 cilindros en linea. Si sabemos que DUCATI tiene motocicletas con motores V4, que Porsche lo usa en el 919 para competir en LeMans, y que FORD fabrico para SAAB y LANCIA. COMPRA TU #DRIVERCAP AQUÍ

Scare You To Sleep
Exit 13

Scare You To Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 48:59 Very Popular


Exit 13 [TW: light gore] by V.P. MorrisPlease check out Morris' other work, as well as purchase a copy of Exit 13 here!LinkTree for all SYTS merch, social media, YouTube, Patreon etc.You can send your stories to: scareyoutosleep@gmail.comMusic by Epidemic Sound and Co.AgAdditional sound effects by FreeSoung.org:traffic horns city nervous busy.wav by klankbeeldScratching beard.wav by LeandiViljoenForce Field3.wav by Punihokkcrudd.wav by stickmanGarden evening.mp3 by NLM10692 spooky werewolf intro.wav by Robinhood76maniacal laugh.mp3 by jealoussiblingprisonHenkilöauto, ajoa, Saab / A car, start, driving on asphalt, variable, fast speed, slow down, engine shut down, interior, Saab 9000 Turbo 16, a 1985 model by YleArkistoCthulhu growl.wav by cylon8472 Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Scare You To Sleep

Exit 13 [TW: light gore] by V.P. MorrisPlease check out Morris' other work, as well as purchase a copy of Exit 13 here!LinkTree for all SYTS merch, social media, YouTube, Patreon etc.You can send your stories to: scareyoutosleep@gmail.comMusic by Epidemic Sound and Co.AgAdditional sound effects by FreeSoung.org:traffic horns city nervous busy.wav by klankbeeldScratching beard.wav by LeandiViljoenForce Field3.wav by Punihokkcrudd.wav by stickmanGarden evening.mp3 by NLM10692 spooky werewolf intro.wav by Robinhood76maniacal laugh.mp3 by jealoussiblingprisonHenkilöauto, ajoa, Saab / A car, start, driving on asphalt, variable, fast speed, slow down, engine shut down, interior, Saab 9000 Turbo 16, a 1985 model by YleArkistoCthulhu growl.wav by cylon8472 Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 46:44 Very Popular


1. A Jeep Grand Cherokee has multiple codes and problems. 2. A 2011 Saab Turbo has lean engine codes.. 3. A 2017 Volvo has a cold start misfire. 4. 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Vents blow out the wrong places. 5. 2004 Audi long crank hard start.  6. 2011 Ford F150 Hard Start no shift position indicator on dash.

Defense & Aerospace Report
Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast [Jul 24, '22 Business Report]

Defense & Aerospace Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 57:12


On this episode of the Business Podcast, sponsored by Bell, in segment one on our guest is Gareth Rogers, CEO of Farnborough International; in segment two we talk to our round table “Rocket Ron” Epstein, PhD, of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Richard Aboulafia of AeroDynamic Advisory and Sash Tusa of Agency Partners. Topics: — Broader market and Farnborough International Airshow impact on defense and aerospace stocks — Lockheed Martin, Saab and Thales earnings takeaways — Analysis of major Farnborough headlines including commercial aircraft orders, defense spending and announcements, sustainability and supply chains — Japan joins UK-Sweden-Italy Tempest next-generation combat aircraft program — Whether industrial partners on French-German-Spanish SCAF future fighter program will reach agreement by year's end and absent agreement Airbus might turn toward Team Tempest  — Czech decision to acquire F-35 Lightning II — Cost of replacing Russian and Chinese firms from supply chains as well as energy impact — Federal Trade Commission decision to open investigation into Northrop Grumman's 2018 acquisition of Orbital ATK — Look ahead to Boeing, General Dynamics, Hexcel, L3Harris, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon Technologies earnings

Bid Nerds
How Much is a 1980 Saab 900 Turbo Worth on Bring a Trailer?

Bid Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 23:20


Find out how much a 1980 Saab 900 Turbo is worth on BaT. Bid Nerds is your daily nerd out on the most interesting car of the day from all the online automotive auction websites like Bring a Trailer, Cars and Bids, PCAR Market, Marqued, Shiftgate and more. Join hosts John Polnik @producerjohn and Michael Deeb @themcdeeb @bidnerds Today's Car: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1980-saab-900-turbo-3/ Episode 176

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
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Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 1:28


This week, a 27-year-old man and three young children were found dead in a pond with the children still inside a vehicle. According to the Indianapolis Police Department, officers responded to the 2900 block of Bluff Road at 7:30 p.m. for reports of a deceased person. They found a male floating in the water. At the scene, he was pronounced dead. With the help of sonar technology, the Indianapolis Fire Department's Dive Team and the Department of Natural Resources discovered a car at the bottom of the pond. Three dead children were found inside the Saab that was pulled from the water. According to WXIN-TV, the coroner identified the victims as Kyle Moorman, 27, Kyle Moorman II, 5, Kyannah Holland, 2, and Kyran Holland, 1. According to reports, Moorman and his children were last seen at 11 p.m. near South Sherman Drive. Apparently, Moorman told his family he was taking his kids fishing at night, according to WXIN. At 12:48 p.m. on July 7, his phone was last active in the area. Autopsies will be conducted by the Marion County Coroner's Office to determine the cause and manner of death. If you like TRUE CRIME TODAY - Be sure to search and subscribe wherever you download podcasts! Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-crime-today-a-true-crime-podcast/id1504280230?uo=4 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0GYshi6nJCf3O0aKEBTOPs Stitcher http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-ghost-stories-online-2/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-disturbing-stories iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/270-Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-Tru-60800715 Amazon https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/565dc51b-d214-4fab-b38b-ae7c723cb79a/Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-True-Crime-Dark-History Google Podcasts https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzUwMDEyNjAucnNz Or Search "True Crime Today" for the best in True Crime ANYWHERE you get podcasts! Support the show at http://www.patreon.com/truecrimetoday

The Steering Committee

Episode 91: Ryan catches the car bug, Doug drinks old beer and together we blow smoke up Jonny Lieberman's ass. And then we fix Lotus and bring Saab back from the dead. Also, a quick correction. The song is Coronavirus, by Gmac Cash. And know you know. IG: @ryanbahrke @thesteeringcommitteepodcast goodr sunglasses: Use the code STEERING15 at checkout for 15% off your first order at goodr.com. Swisstrax: Use the code STEER15 at checkout for 15% off your order at swisstrax.com. And for badass Belgian brews, visit our friends at Bruz Beers: bruzbeers.com. #heavensdoorbourbon #avants #petersenmuseum #bruzbeers

What's A Job?
What does a Lobbyist do? with Maria Saab

What's A Job?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:16


The time has come for us to pull back the curtain on what your hosts do for their jobs, and SHOCKER! it's not full-time podcasting...quite yet. Maria's our guest this week, and she's going to take you inside one of those "inside" jobs-- lobbying. Lobbyists are an integral and frustrating part of the political process, but they aren't all so bad. Maria sheds light on what the job really entails, and also helps contextualize the differences between a lobbyist, a public policy professional, and those loud political armchair experts you all see on your feeds!

IoT For All Podcast
How IoT Improves Infrastructure | Unearth's Brian Saab

IoT For All Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 24:11


Brian begins by talking about the company, its founding story, and use cases of Unearth. The conversation then focuses on how IoT improves infrastructure, particularly in the United States, and its impact on public health. They also discuss mapping and the effects of COVID on the industry before finishing with a discussion on the future of IoT.Brian is a serial entrepreneur and product strategist with 25 years of leadership expertise ranging from startups to public company acquisitions. His corporate management experience includes time with Dell, DHL, and Microsoft before shifting gears to entrepreneurial endeavors. Brian identified urgent critical infrastructure data management challenges in his latest venture and built a dynamic platform - Unearth's OnePlace - to connect assets, data, and teams in the field. With a grant from the EPA, Unearth's focused on understanding water systems' challenges and providing a field-first solution to rally a community to get the lead out fast.

Canadian True Crime
117 The Death of Darcy Allan Sheppard—Part 5 of 6

Canadian True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 80:45


[ Part 5 of 6 ] After the court proceeding comes to a close, things continue to snowball, leading Darcy Allan Sheppard's loved ones and supporters to press harder for the truth. Review the available evidence*:WATCH: The Surveillance Footage at the mid-block pedestrian crosswayMichael Bryant's book 28 Seconds states: "It was Darcy Sheppard who, moments later, drove within inches of my driver's-side door, as our Saab was stopped a little farther west on Bloor Street at an intersection near Avenue Road. It was Darcy Sheppard who then pulled directly in front of our car and spun his bike around to confront us, sneering at me. “Now what're ya gonna do?”WATCH: Eyewitness statements and 911 call audioREAD: Collision Reconstruction ReportREAD: Transcript from May 25 2010 Court Proceeding* Remember - none of it has been proven in court (crown or defence)Media referenced in this episode:WATCH: Michael Bryant's interview with Amanda Lang on CBC READ: Toronto Life article Michael Bryant's bad year by Leah McLaren WATCH: The Agenda with Steve Paikin - Michael Bryant WATCH: The Agenda with Steve Paikin - Allan SheppardAD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or Supercast Full list of resources and information sources and credits:See the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.caCredits:Research and production assistance: Haley GrayAudio editing: Eileen MacfarlaneResearch, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeTheme by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Art of Making Things Happen (Bluefishing)  Steve Sims

Since beginning his career in 1988, Justin Bell has achieved many significant racing accomplishments, including the 1997 FIA GT2 World Championship, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1998 and second-place finishes in Le Mans and Daytona, and a pair of SCCA Trans-Am wins. Early in his career, Justin made consistent progress through a variety of racing categories, while appearing in various television programs. In 1993, he was co-host of the motor sports television program 555 Performance World, which ran on Asia's largest satellite network Star TV and was seen by over 80 million viewers. This led to him hosting a six part series, The International Young Driver of the Year on BBC television. Currently Justin is working with the racing network Speed Channel as on-air talent for the American Le Mans Series. Along the way he raced for major car manufacturers including Saab, Peugeot, Porsche, BMW, Dodge and General Motors. For Dodge Viper, he won the 1997 FIA GT2 world championship and the GT2 class at Le Mans in 1998. In 2000 Justin signed with General Motors as a driver for the factory Corvette Racing team, finishing second in the Daytona 24 Hours, the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Petit Le Mans. Today he resides in Los Angeles and is currently writing new shows, hosting for clients and trying to figure out how to become rich and famous.