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The Finer Points is the original educational aviation podcast. Launched in 2005, TFP delivers expert CFI wisdom from award winning certified flight instructor, Jason Miller. Over the last 20 years Jason has been working to perfect the art of flight instruction. He was named FAA Wester Pacific CFI of the year in 2009 and 2016, works as an AOPA Air Safety Institute instructor, and writes monthly columns for FLYING magazine. Jason is passionate about conveying accurate, meaningful information t ...
 
Ride along with renowned aviator, writer, and photographer Greg Brown in his light airplane, the "Flying Carpet," as he searches behind clouds for the real America, experiencing countless aerial adventures along the way. A former National Flight Instructor of the Year, Greg is author of five books, a former Barnes & Noble Arizona Author of the Month, and recently completed twenty years as aviation adventure columnist for AOPA Flight Training magazine. Some reviewers have compared his book, " ...
 
With the wide product breadth Parker Hannifin has to offer, wrapping your head around everything motion systems and controls can be daunting. Join two of Parker Hydraulic Valve Division's young engineers, Brian Baranek and Mitch Eichler, as they try to de-mystify everything hydraulic valves and their applications. Tune in as they review products, discuss applications, interview market experts, unveil division programs and showcase Parker promotions and partners. If you are looking for a reli ...
 
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Ever wonder what it would be like, flying yourself into a foreign country where pilot communications are transmitted in an unknown-to-you language? Well, here's your opportunity to find out! This episode marks fifty years of a treasured friendship, arising under unusual circumstances from a long-ago foreign adventure, and continued over the years t…
 
Grab your passport...Hydraulic Valve Dialogue has gone international! Listen in as we sit down with Volker Pahl and Michael Esser from Parker ISDE or "The Germans." Come for the impressive amount of engineering behind their products. Stay for details behind some of the most grueling applications we have had on this show! By the end of this episode,…
 
Is your idea of operations owning multiple copies of a popular children's game? Do you often receive strongly worded emails and voicemails asking why you provided a 2 day lead time on product that hasn't even been designed yet? If yes, then this episode is for YOU! (If no-- it's still a great one.) Join Mitch and Brian as they sit down with Michael…
 
Hydraulic Valve Dialogue is at it again with one of their biggest interviews to date! Join Mitch and Brian as they sit down with system designers from the American Magic Racing Team from the 36th America's Cup! From hulls, to hydraulics, to heartbreak, Dimitri Despierres and Laurent Chatillon are an open book. Learn about the cup, how it works, the…
 
Hydraulic Valve Dialogue is at it again with Bob Thai and Linwood Tenney from the Parker Instrumentation Group. (No trumpets or trombones were harmed in the recording of this episode) Join Brian and Mitch as they try to de-mystify the instrumentation group and where their product fits in industrial and mobile markets. We have valves, they have valv…
 
Join me on Discord to make soulful connections, hang out, share music and more. Become a true fan. There's already exclusive music waiting for you there. That's the best way to help me make my deepest and greatest creative work. Listen to my weekly releases. Introduce yourself, share your track suggestions or ask me anything : ivan@costals.net…
 
We're back on the phone lines with more interviews of our field sales team. Enjoy Todd Styer, Adam Cross, and Jarrod Motty as they make their Parker Hydraulic Valve Dialogue debut! Mitch and Brian continue their investigation of the "Power of Parker" and what that means to Parker personnel and customers alike. Packed with applications, winning, and…
 
When celebrating birthdays with zeros in them, flowers alone won’t do it. So when Jean marked a new decade I sought somewhere special we could fly to celebrate. “But it seems weird celebrating a big birthday in Death Valley,” she said... Check out the photos at GregBrownFlyingCarpet.com ! (Music by Hannis Brown)…
 
Back at it again! This episode we get Crazy. Joined by Dana Severson of the Engineered Materials Group (formerly the Seal group) we get into the Deep Water of everything EMG! From the O-ring handbook and Wild seal applications, to other innovative solutions provided by EMG that you may not know about... This episode is Killer and another true testa…
 
It was a dark and stormy night. A secret message arrived addressed to Rutherford & Fry from a mysterious woman called Heidi Daugh, who demanded to know: "Why do people like to be scared? For example, going on scary amusement park rides and watching horror movies that make you jump.”What followed was an investigation, which would test our intrepid d…
 
In this special show I'm playing some of the weekly releases I put out starting January. Join me on Discord to make soulful connections, hang out, share music and more. Become a true fan. There's already exclusive music waiting for you there. That's the best way to help me relax and make my deepest work. Listen to my weekly releases. If you like wh…
 
Hydraulic Valve Dialogue is back again for part 2 of our Power of Parker Series! This time we are jumping into the trenches with those on the front lines. We're taking callers on the show and touch base with a few of our sales folks as we discuss what the power of Parker means to them, and some of the systems they were a part of. This show has it A…
 
Why are some people left-handed, whereas the majority are right handed? Rutherford and Fry revisit The Sinister Hand episodes to further investigate handedness in humans and animals. They considered cockatoos, chimpanzees and Hannah's dog, Molly, to discover that humans are unique, with just one in ten of us being left-handed.They ask if there is a…
 
The doctors continue their investigation into gravity, and answer Peter Fraser’s question: is dark matter a proper theory or just a fudge to fit existing 'proper' theories to otherwise inexplicable observations?Whilst scientists are pretty convinced our understanding of gravity is largely correct, there are still some significant gaps. Namely, give…
 
It's time for a showdown of the ages! Listen in as John Malloy and Dan Terrill go head to head for the title of best hose division. Hose Products vs. Parflex! Rubber vs. Thermoplastic! John and Dan walk the listeners through everything hose. From STAMPED and application tips, to some of our new and flagship fluid conveyance products, you'll leave t…
 
The doctors investigate a millennia-old query, as listener Emma in New Zealand asks, ‘How does gravity pull us?’.People have been thinking about how gravity works for a very long time. Way longer than when that particular apple almost certainly didn’t fall on the head of Isaac Newton. Cosmologist Andrew Pontzen begins guiding us through our journey…
 
Psychologist and presenter of All in the Mind, Claudia Hammond wrote the book ‘Time Warped – Unlocking the Mysteries of Time Perception’. She explains how emotion and memory are big factors in how time is perceived. She stresses how time can stretch and squeeze depending on whether you are looking backwards or forwards. And she explains how lockdow…
 
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