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CSPAN
Aug 15, 2016 9:33pm EDT
fell on an everyday they come out of china stop in alaska to and el then, into ontario. then they come out to the rest of us.g is if you the few follow the assemblytl just of the little home button assembled in china then shipped out with the transportation footprint than the raw materials, rare earth elements like cannot pronounce those have to be sourced from all over the world up precious metals it is almost all the possible to trace the raw materials but apple is better than most to make it public is astonishing i have a toyota the 30,000 parts went to them moon and back before the atomic ahead to 1 mile because everything is global monday by percent of shoes come through the port of los angeles from foreign comte countries everyday stuff not just exotic has a tremendous footprint but. >> you had some horrifying with statistics on the supertankers. >> offbeat they are gleamingng d and huge when you get close by road out with a pilot uses c doesn't look that big your 2 miles away. [laughter] then the one i went was a car carrier they rolled in on and off it is a floating parking gar
CSPAN
Aug 16, 2016 12:33am EDT
but it is the iphone everyday be out of china is stopped to refuel and conned into ontario but if you follow the assembly. >> if you just follow that little piece it goes back and forth between china and japan and then it comes toe the netherlands through this incredible procedure. to the united states so bad then i cannot pronounce it goes to its own zone with of precious-metals it is almost impossible those raw materials is astonishing in to the moon and back in 95 percent come inform the ports of los angeles this everyday stuff not just exotic stuff has tremendous but brent from transportation. >> but they are dreamingy ship when you get close and that it doesn't look so big. of a car carrier. it was a floating parking crunch bigger than what we part to come to the festival. and there were those containerships. on the open seas with the particulate than smog causing emissions and that any one time 100 of the ships are docked in the ports of los angeles or greater emissions. >> are we feeling bad enough?>> io and i got to ride in the bugle car -- below car but it they swear they pro
CSPAN
Apr 24, 2016 9:00am EDT
more than their weight in gold. every day they come out of china, stop at alaska to refill and come into ontario. they filter out the rest. the thing is if you follow the assembly with the home button but the touch i.d. sent to run it, it not only has -- thank you. sages followed that one humble feed at the button you turn your screen on what goes back and forth between china and japan multiple times is one part is attached to an assembly and mr. dennis country and up )-right-paren attaching comes from another living thing goes through this incredibleause procedure. but no one has 12,000 miles on it because it's constantly on the move as it grows and sophistication and it's finally assembled at the plant in china and shipped out to the united states. there are materials, and thele rare element that cannot renounce, all of those have toey be sourced from all over the world. the precious metals. it's almost impossible to raise the actual raw material. apple is better than most companies that making that information.as it's astonishing. i have a toyota. the 30,000 parts in that car wen
CSPAN
Aug 8, 2016 6:00am EDT
of china, stop in alaska to refuel and come into ontario, and they're filtered out to the rest of us. and the thing is if you follow the assembly, just the little home button with the touch id sensor on it, it not only has -- [inaudible] [laughter] oh, thank you. i didn't know i had -- [laughter] so if you just follow that one humble little piece, it goes back and forth between china and japan multiple times as one part is moved to an assembly, and the part they're attaching may have come from the netherlands. i think that button alone has about 12,000 miles on it because it's constantly on the move as it grows in sophistication. and, of course, it's final assembled at plant in china and then shipped out to the united states. so the transportation footprint on that -- and then, of course, the raw materials, the greek chorus of rare earth elements which i cannot pronounce, but they sound like minor deities, all those have to be sourced from all over the world. the precious metals also in your phone. it's almost impossible to trace the actual raw materials of the things we use. but app
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