MASSIVE EJECTION OF POWER BAG FROM ENGINE WITH TWO INCHES, POWER INJECTION, CRASHES AT AIRPORT, MAN SEES POWER BLAST

A large-scale power injection has forced the evacuation of a passenger jet at Heathrow Airport, causing a crash.

At approximately 3:40am on Sunday (local time) the Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 215 people on board suffered a power loss of about 1,000 watts, causing an ejection of the oxygen tank and engine into the air, according to the airline.

The jet’s tail section and engines were separated from the rest of the aircraft, but the engines remained in the tail.

The incident is the second in just over a year at Heathrows, after a similar incident occurred in 2014.

The Boeing 737, a Boeing 757, was flying from Dubai to London when it experienced a power outage at the London airport.

The incident caused a fuel spill on the runway, causing it to explode, causing smoke to fill the air and sending debris into the sky, according a statement from Heathrow.

The airline said the flight crew had been evacuated, and no one was injured.

The crash caused major damage to the aircraft and the engines.

The cause of the incident is still under investigation.

The pilot was treated and released from hospital, the airline said.

The passenger plane that was hit by the power failure has been returned to service.

Reuben Reuben’s $20M pay cut could mean a new career for the ex-Boris Johnson chief engineer

Reuben Reinhardt has been awarded a pay cut of up to 20 per cent by his former employers after he was given the job of engineering chief for the London Underground.

His salary is to be paid by the Transport for London (TfL) to his successor, a senior engineer, but his salary has not yet been announced.

Mr Reinhardt had been promoted to the role of system engineer for the Tube in March 2016, shortly after Boris Johnson became Mayor of London.

He left his job with the Transport Research Unit to join the London Assembly of Engineers (LAE), which is the body overseeing the engineering work of the Metropolitan Police, the Government and London Fire Brigade.

But when he returned to the Tube as a systems engineer, his salary was cut from £60,000 to £25,000, and he was told that his role would now be “under the control of a senior TfL engineer”, a position he has held since 2016.

TfR’s spokesperson said: “The pay decision is a matter for the TfR chief engineer and his immediate successor.”

Reuben’s pay has been reviewed and, while it has been reduced to the level required by the TFL, it is not the result of any action taken against him by TfT or TfLA.

“We look forward to the outcome of the Tfl review.”

Mr Reinhart’s job will not be lost for Mr Johnson’s successor, Mr Khan, who will inherit responsibility for all aspects of Tube and Tube network engineering.

A TfA spokesperson said that the decision was taken after an “internal TFL review” that looked at “the needs of the service”.

“The TfF is aware of the decision and is considering the implications of the move.”

The Transport for England has already expressed its concerns with the decision,” they said.

Reuben Reinhart is currently the director of engineering at London Underground’s London Eye Tube station.

Sources: BBC News,TfA,London Underground,Tfl,RailNews.co.uk

Why Google is spending $300 million to create an audio engineering lab for Google Search Engine

Google has signed a $300m deal to build an audio science lab in the US, according to an article published today by CNN.

Google will create the lab, which will employ hundreds of engineers from audio engineering firms, in the hope of developing tools that will allow the search engine giant to better serve users in the future.

According to the article, the project will be led by Google’s former chief engineer Chris Urmson and will help Google understand the needs of the search engines’ users in future.

The research will also help Google make better use of its data, it added.

Google has been experimenting with audio for a long time, but has never used it as an integral part of its core product.

Its search engine is the world’s largest.

In March 2018, Google announced that it was expanding its audio research into more areas, including the development of new audio interfaces for mobile phones and televisions.

The audio lab will be Google’s first such project in the world, and will mark a major shift in how the search giant thinks about audio and audio engineering.

It is the first time a search engine company has put its head on the ground to develop its own audio lab.

The research will be run by Google X, a division of the company founded by Eric Schmidt, Google’s founder and CEO.

Schmidt has been an advocate of using technology to make a better world.

In April 2018, Schmidt revealed that Google has hired more than 100 people to help the company better understand the need for better audio and a better digital video ecosystem.

Why Google is spending $300 million to create an audio engineering lab for Google Search Engine

Google has signed a $300m deal to build an audio science lab in the US, according to an article published today by CNN.

Google will create the lab, which will employ hundreds of engineers from audio engineering firms, in the hope of developing tools that will allow the search engine giant to better serve users in the future.

According to the article, the project will be led by Google’s former chief engineer Chris Urmson and will help Google understand the needs of the search engines’ users in future.

The research will also help Google make better use of its data, it added.

Google has been experimenting with audio for a long time, but has never used it as an integral part of its core product.

Its search engine is the world’s largest.

In March 2018, Google announced that it was expanding its audio research into more areas, including the development of new audio interfaces for mobile phones and televisions.

The audio lab will be Google’s first such project in the world, and will mark a major shift in how the search giant thinks about audio and audio engineering.

It is the first time a search engine company has put its head on the ground to develop its own audio lab.

The research will be run by Google X, a division of the company founded by Eric Schmidt, Google’s founder and CEO.

Schmidt has been an advocate of using technology to make a better world.

In April 2018, Schmidt revealed that Google has hired more than 100 people to help the company better understand the need for better audio and a better digital video ecosystem.

Why Google is spending $300 million to create an audio engineering lab for Google Search Engine

Google has signed a $300m deal to build an audio science lab in the US, according to an article published today by CNN.

Google will create the lab, which will employ hundreds of engineers from audio engineering firms, in the hope of developing tools that will allow the search engine giant to better serve users in the future.

According to the article, the project will be led by Google’s former chief engineer Chris Urmson and will help Google understand the needs of the search engines’ users in future.

The research will also help Google make better use of its data, it added.

Google has been experimenting with audio for a long time, but has never used it as an integral part of its core product.

Its search engine is the world’s largest.

In March 2018, Google announced that it was expanding its audio research into more areas, including the development of new audio interfaces for mobile phones and televisions.

The audio lab will be Google’s first such project in the world, and will mark a major shift in how the search giant thinks about audio and audio engineering.

It is the first time a search engine company has put its head on the ground to develop its own audio lab.

The research will be run by Google X, a division of the company founded by Eric Schmidt, Google’s founder and CEO.

Schmidt has been an advocate of using technology to make a better world.

In April 2018, Schmidt revealed that Google has hired more than 100 people to help the company better understand the need for better audio and a better digital video ecosystem.