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Chat w_ Alberto Daniel Hillmp3 - burst 2

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19:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Chat w_ Alberto Daniel Hillmp3 - burst 2

"Of your bio from your LinkedIn page. Oh, why do I can talk about myself without reading? I would be better. That would be better. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? I know. Yeah, that's right. Well, guys, I am a computer engineer. I am my name is Alberto, first of all. I want to kill. I am from Uruguay, of America. And I am a computer engineer. I have been working for 20 years into information security in different fields, such as computer forensics, consulting, I have a BMP certification, which is a pressure management professional from the PMA organization, and that allowed me to lead many projects, implementing information security management systems, based on the norm, so I select 27,000, which I am also satisfied, and I am the first hacker in Uruguay that will seem to be, but that's not the main point, the pain point is that I was sent to research and for trying to help others seem to present without being guilty of any crime. And well, I am here with my friend Tony that I met on the address spaces. And well, she invited me to talk in a space with her and I'm very honored to be here today. Thank you. And I want to welcome everyone to this nice space. I see we have Jason, who I met also on Twitter space bunsen and beaker who hosts an incredible portrait of phrases. Make sure you follow. I guess he does a great work and also my good friend Jason, who is an incredible guitarist. He plays beautiful music for me and hi there. So she's just kind of remark the sky as we follow each other. How are you? And hi Mike, how are you, space Mike, and also let's say hi to mister proctor 31 and also to Samantha. Hi, everybody. Welcome to this space. And again, another disclaimer. We are recording this space. I am running an analytics on this space. So if you could go ahead and share this out and invite all your Friends, even if they're not seen on this base, there are people listening to us right now according to the software. I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the things that you experienced. But what made you decide to reach out? I mean, you know, they say that no good deal unpunished. Alberto, I wonder, can we talk a little bit about that? Well, maybe you decide to reach out and to help your country. Wait, do you mean after or before being arrested? Before being arrested, I mean, did you thought that you would get arrested for doing this? Absolutely not. It was something that never crossed my mind. It was something that for me, it was impossible that would never happen. I mean, if you ask anyone from my school, when I was a child, when I was in university, I was probably the most introverted person in the class, the person that if you have told anyone of my act Friends from college, who will be impression, if you have to do one person in the future, I would probably leave it the last in the list to be considered, no, never across my mind. And as I work in cybersecurity, one of the key things that we do is finding some problems in systems, you may find them in the place where you work and you are paid for finding them. I mean, that's part of your issue. Or actually, when you go to your house and you tell your computer, you can also find security problems in systems that are not under your control. And yeah, I did find a lot of problems in many systems. And all the time, I reported them in order to help those people that both the companies that are involved and the people whose information is started in those systems that are being vulnerable without wanting anything in return. I mean, there are no problems here in Europe. So you do it just to help you then get I mean, you don't get to eat sometimes I think in return, but I consider that that's the thing to do because otherwise somebody with bad intentions will probably find the same problem you found. And they will be affecting the private information of a lot of people, which I really like because privacy for me is something patients and I respect other people's privacy and I want my what I don't want to I don't want to be invaded by policy and my life is quite public right now, but I really think the priorities should be really respected. But I have reported for years not to accompanies to what I find the best, but to assert of my country, the search is agency of the development that handles all the security things that are linked to the government and to critical systems or importance systems such as America providers, for example, or financial financial institutions. And well, I have done it for years. And I never had any problem. Until I found a very important security issue in America provider that was the provider of my ex-girlfriend where she wanted to set an appointment in the system and she gave me a computer to do that. And well, before she gave me her username and password, I was already in the system with the privilege of administrator being able to see absolutely everything everything out there, the provider with the username admin and the password admin, which is something that is hard to relieve, but it was true. So I immediately reported that to the serve. And then I forgot about it because you had to report it and you don't need to get any update or you have to know how the incident is being handled and solved. That's not part of the report. You are just the person who reported it and that's it. And the year after that, I went again to a website and when you add in this field for so many years, you plan its mail when a system has security flows just by taking a look at it and you see certain patterns or certain indicators that the site can be easily captured to put them away. And again, in 5 minutes, I would say it will access to all the medical records of all the uses of the system, just modifying a parameter in the URL, which means, for example, you have a URL that has a number on it at the end and you change that number that you start surfing through all the records without being authenticated in the system, which means you didn't need a username or password, anywhere you could access to that information, just having the URL, and a report that two years after that September 2017 Interpol visit, arrested me, and I was sent to prison accused of having had the medical provider. That's what happened to me. You mean, they actually used the word admin as a password. They believe it or not, it's probably the, it's a problem that goes back to 19 60s that it was first pointed out as a big problem. And it's still 2021, but you still find systems that have the problem. And that works with scenarios that I have found in our abilities in systems, and Scala systems, such as those that controls the pump of the associations where you can access the without using even the username and password. The user is connected via template, and you can execute remotely comment to modify the parameters of the pumps in the gas stations, which is even worse that using admin admin. So I'm going to let anyone up yet to grab them I get me about ten minutes. I want to kind of like do some chat with Alberto. So Mike don't be upset. I got you. So we'll get you up here. 'cause I have a lot of questions to ask because I'm besides I want to kind of touch base on his books because I didn't realize how many books he had going on. There was a lot and it's on his profile, but he might want to take a look at it. But I wanted to talk to you a little bit about, I think all of us in this space, it has social network, right? We're all we have Facebook, Instagram, career, and all this stuff. And I've had friends who have lost their account, so on hacked in, they went in, they pretty much copied their account and create another one, especially Facebook, Facebook was an incredible place that has happened to a lot of my friends actually. So why would you do when you say Facebook is compromised? But what should someone do? Well, that is a question that somebody from Facebook should answer. It's a very frustrating situation. But from my experience, I mean, I have to clarify, I hate Facebook. So that's the point number one. I hate Facebook. So I am not as somebody who knows a lot about it because I don't use it. I have an account in Facebook. But I really refuse to do it. I don't know what they like. But when it comes to losing your account, I strongly relate that Facebook has implemented several processes and mechanisms in order to recover that. Such as having, for example, Friends contact that can allow you to verify that you are the person who is requesting to gain a gain access to certain account if it's been lost. So maybe you also have some kind of security questions such as showing images of friends and having to link them to names in order to prove that you know that people in order to prove that you are the person who is claiming their account back and I think that those countries probably work pretty well so it's not like okay, I got hacked and I have to forget about my account. The few places I know were sold that way, you should always have a backup email and to factor authentication and things like that. But that doesn't mean you are protected. If somebody hacks into your Facebook account, they can change up immediately everything that you have set for recovery, but nowadays all the systems normally requires you certain steps in order to modify that, for example, if somebody gets access to my Twitter account right now because they know my password, they will need my second factor authenticator in order to log in. But in case they get into my system because, for example, they still my application is still in the cookie station, not to be technical, means still in your session of the user. If somebody still starts cooking, then they take the account, it is basically Euclid herself in the pound and they can go to our account settings and care, for example, to change their password immediately, but in order to change that password, you need to enter the previous password. And probably you also need my second factor dictator. So I still in the cookie, which is the most. Easy way to still an account from Twitter or for many service because they're still in if they still cookie, they grab your identity, they don't need your password. So to assume to answer your question, just contact report that to Facebook and try to follow the steps that are part of the process of recovering. And you're going to probably. Unfortunately, I assume that certain amount of people are not lucky enough to remember that I found that I had to start from zero. And that's a big issue because the account that is being stolen can be used for I mean, they can contact your contacts and send them information or your reputation, basically they want there are many things that motivate somebody to have an account, one is rearrange another could be just to prove that they can do it. But the reason behind that is Ari, the fact is that you lost something that belongs to you and have information about you that you should be in control of and once you are being hurt, you lose that control and what they can do with your account is not up to you and that's really that's really something that makes you frustrated and powerless that something terrible. Yeah, I think that's everyone's nightmare. Everyone in this space I think we all are worried about that and thanks for sharing some of your tips or not. And I know you have your next year spaces your own is coming up at 6 o'clock, which you'll go more and more detail and I'll be co hosting with you. So also will be nana will be basically she has a lot of content regarding those topics that will be top in about. So manic with your will be co hosting with you. Samantha will be also telling what it is to what it feels to be had, how the life of a person is being impact when it is hard and her story can open the eyes of the people to know that if you have this really serious do anything you can to prevent that, but because when it happens, it feels out of your control. Your life can really turn into a nightmare. So you can really help a lot of people. Yeah, I mean, I just, you know, social media has been around for a long time and I'm one of those people that literally shared everything every part of my what I ate, you know, what I did, what events I'm at, I didn't even think about it. I don't have any remember four square or not. I remember just, you know, not thinking about it. I'm just always checking in, trying to be the mayor of a space, you know, like a restaurant or something, just to be there. And not once did we ever thought that, wow, someone could come through your house and rob you or, you know, still the identity based on what your profile set yourself up. So can you give us some little tips on what we should do from now on, especially now that we're also transparent and always sharing online? Well, actually, my recommendation is guys do not do what I do. Do not share when you go to Australia, take a picture and put afternoon Montevideo and I also put a time stamp in the pictures showing the data and the hour, don't do that guys, don't do what I do. That's no need to expose so much information allowed you. Everything you share can be used and probably will be used to, I mean, people are, as I said, the motivations for hacking are huge, but one of them is just to put that you can do it. And you see, okay, there's a guy that I follow that if it's a hacker that goes after people that are in the files, she hacks those accounts, for example, that hits motivation to develop those kind of users. Well, just the question is, what are you intuitive or in any social platform? If you want to connect with friends, then just create a private profile and connect with the people you know and you want to be in touch with. And don't allow any stranger in your network. If that's what you want, if you want, for example, like me, to be known and I don't know how to say it, to bring a message to create a world that's about certain topics and basically. Get to be known, I share too much information, probably, that I try to think about it in terms of cost and benefits are risk and benefit and put everything in the scale and well, I post too much information about me that I shouldn't. But I think it's worth what I get back from it. I mean, I get the attention and engagement from

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Medical Schools Have Gone Woke

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Medical Schools Have Gone Woke

"This is from The Wall Street Journal medical education goes woke. The woke domination of American higher education can seem tragically comic when it's confined to the English department. But when it infiltrates the hard science is far more as at stake. Read and wince at how woke politics is about to infect medical education. The association of American colleges. Is a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C. that represents an advises medical schools. It also has influence with the liaison committee on medical education, the national accreditor that sets med schools standards. So when the AAMC, American medical college, association of American medical colleges, tell schools to revise how they teach, America's future physicians will be obliged to listen. The AAMC recently released a report describing the new diversity equity and inclusion competencies. That medical students and residents will be expected to master. Practicing physicians who work at teaching hospitals may also be required to undergo this form of political re-education. As a starting point, aspiring doctors will have to become fluent in woke concepts such as intersectionality. Which the AAMC defines as overlapping systems of oppression and discrimination that communities face based on race, gender ethnicity, ability, et cetera.

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Grace To Become And To Do

Live Behind The Veil

12:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Grace To Become And To Do

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. There were behind the veil. Hello, everyone. I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast, the family talks about God's grace. We'll see that it's not by rules that we grow in God. But by his grace and deep love for us all. You know, we're talking about grace, you know, the real definition behind it and Dale has said this many a time is unmerited favor. We don't earn it. It's something God chooses to bestow on people. He is so willing to be graceful and give grace. Its, by grace that we approach him with boldness, Christ died for us, his blood was shed for us, covers us, and that's what allows us to enter into his throne room with that grace, and with boldness, what I would encourage people is to try it. Approach the father, approach God and say, hey, your son died so. That means I can be saved. That he loves so deeply and so thoroughly that he would rather have somebody approach him with a hunger, rather than just ignore him and turn and walk the other way. That hurts him so bad and, you know, and you love somebody so intensely and then, you know, there are cultures where they'll turn their back on you. If they think you did something wrong, they'll turn their back and you are no longer part of the tribe. And that is it hurts so bad to be excluded like that. But God is not exclusive. He's very inclusive, and if there is a heart, it doesn't matter. So much your actions. Look what David did. Look at Peter did. Look at the people in the scriptures. They all made mistakes. But their heart was set before the lord. You know, I think a lot of Christians know that you're saved by grace. Right. You're saved by grace, but then what happens is you have to start gaining God's love as you grow rather than keeping. In grace, a lot of Christians feel that way. Right. That's true. I think there's more freedom here in the United States than many, many cultures. But the freedom in American Christianity you might say, it's limited, like Christians say there are so many rules in Judaism, but there are so many rules in Christianity, and so many Christians will reject you if you have certain things that are different about you than where they're at. And that's not God's love. That's the grace of God, accepts you no matter who you are. Exactly. And accepts you even after you've accepted him. I really believe that the kingdom will come when we get it in our brains that that he really does love me. Yeah. Because your brain is a thing that tells you that you've done something wrong or you're not qualified for this. Or you've been rejected by this, and if you just realize on conditional love of God, no matter where you're at, I think that's going to be the thing that really gets us into a new level. Sandy, what you said, I really love because you threw in the word love. And I would say this, it is very hard to separate the word love from grace. Right. And you might even say that grace is evidence of love. Amen. Grace is working in your heart. That's how you face everybody. You can't be offended. Yeah. Do not take into account a wrong suffered, that's evidence of grace that grace is the proof of his nature. Living and growing in you grace is the proof that you're believing deeper and deeper. That you're really loved by God. And by others, it's a knowledge. You're really accepting the love of God. When you really realize that no matter what you do, you're not rejected. Right. What's it alive and living in you? The love of God. Yes. Grace is proof that there is nature is in you. And it's living and growing in you because we grow in grace. God in his wisdom will not put us into a place that we can't handle. Right. He will put us into a place that causes us to grow. Now, you could say that God put Joe in a place where he could grow, he came out the other side and look at what he got a double portion of everything. Yeah. What are we going to get as we grow in grace? Or we grow in love? Grace flowing through us to become and to do. As I've been looking at this thing of grace, I am so impressed how love and grace are so interwoven, and actually grace is dependent on love. And love is dependent on grace. Yeah. They are so intertwined. And here comes in another thing, joy. There's joy and grace. If you're extending grace to somebody and it's not making you not giving you joy or at least making you happy, you're not extending grace. Yeah. I will not judge you. I'm not your judge. I'm the agency of grace for you. I'm the agency of love for you. In spite of what you do, I won't take into account wrong stuff. I was reading a book on grace. It's just this afternoon. I was reading part of it. He was talking about the joy, that a new Christian has. Because they've just been accepted into a love that they've never experienced before. But then you look at an older Christian, and for some reason you don't see that joy, just quite as much. You are saying that it's because all of a sudden you have to act like a Christian. Yeah. You have to, and you have to be careful of your swear words. And suddenly there are rules. That's what I was coming from is, yes, I agree, love and grace can not be separated. But it's a thing of love means you're not judging. And grace means you're not judging, too. I keep thinking we're all the scum in the bottom of the tide pool or something. That's who we really are without the lord, is we're just scum, and so it doesn't matter what you would look like. But the idea of grace is you accept that, and you accept the joy in the lord because you're no longer scum because you have him in you, and you actually feel love for the first time. Then you can have all the grace in the world for anybody. Because you know your loved, you know their loved. And it doesn't matter what we look like, the sounds to me like you have to come to the place either at your initial Salvation or somewhere in your walk or maybe both. And maybe many times, to know that you're nothing that, like you said, you're for better word scum. You have no good thing in you. Unless you have a revelation of the depravity of the human nature that everyone has, then you don't have the appreciation of the grace, I think that's where human air against comes in, self reliance comes in, all those things because you're not recognizing God's blessing resting on your life and you're saying that this is me. I did this with my own abilities. I live my life with my own abilities. I succeeded in my own abilities. And you're not recognizing, well, that scripture says he pours out his blessing on the what on the just and the unjust, they can not believe that God can love them. There's a truth in that. Because they look at themselves and they really don't love themselves, but part of it too, Ron real quick if I can interrupt is people put that on people. There's a religious entity group that tells you you can not drink. So if you drink, you're going to feel guilty if you've had any association with that particular group. You see what I'm saying and so you feel guilty. You feel condemnation because you're doing something that, according to rules that sandy talked about earlier, you're breaking him and so you got to be a you might as well just continue because God's not going to love you anymore, right? I just met a man like that a couple of days ago. He was very boisterous. And just right out there, but I could feel when I was with him that God loved the guy. Just the way he was. You have to believe that God's grace and his love is a greater power of transformation than laws and rules. It's back to relationship if you can not feel the love of God, and you know that he loves you no matter what, then all of a sudden you want the relationship and you want you want him to love you back. It's just like when a young man finds a girl that he wants her, he wants her affection. He'll do anything for her. Absolutely. And that's the only way that you can get somebody. To really function as a Christian in real life sense is that there's a relationship there. And they want to do the will of the lord because they found his love. On this podcast, we have seen that it is by God's grace, not rules that we grow. It's his grace that gives us the means to become and to do. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.

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Why Would You Keep Your Child in Public Schools?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Why Would You Keep Your Child in Public Schools?

"I read to you last hour a report from the national education association annual meeting that just took place this month. The true sickness that pervades the teachers profession. I would like to ask everyone who believes in traditional American, let alone judeo Christian values, and was a child in a school, public or private. Unless it's a charter school or a religious school or a public school whose values they know are not nihilistic. Why, why do you keep your child there? Are you just betting it won't affect your child? It's quite a bit to make.

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The NEA Is a Child Abuse Group

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:05 min | 3 weeks ago

The NEA Is a Child Abuse Group

"Is writing about attending the national education association convention last week. If you don't understand that, there is an irreparable divide in this country. This this should convince you. By the way, if you, if you think there is irreparable divide, that somehow or other left and right can. Just come together because you would like that to happen and who wouldn't like that to happen. What you're doing is you are allowing wishful thinking to dominate rational thinking. The left is sick, it is sick to tell children that they are not a boy or a girl, but just what they prefer to be. Do you understand sick if sick applies to anything? Then it applies to this, but this is now dominant. This is the national education association. It is a child abuse group. It is the national child abuse association.

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What Is a Blessing, and What Is a Curse?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

04:47 min | 3 weeks ago

What Is a Blessing, and What Is a Curse?

"It's hard to even imagine anybody saying it, and it's hard to imagine anybody who heard it, not thinking the person was out of his mind. They're so little perspective on what is a blessing and what has a curse, it is part of the sick world of the left. They don't know what is a blessing and they don't know what has a curse. They don't know that America has been largely a blessing certainly in the recent past in the last half century. It has been a blessing, not a blessing for blacks when they were slaves or under Jim Crow, not a blessing for a Native Americans. I fully acknowledge that. But since those things were universal, wars of people coming into new places by against people already living there, and since it is since slavery was universal, the issue in judging America is not to compare it to everybody else who did the exact same thing is to compare it to everybody else when we did something very different. Make the freest country in the history of the human race. Yeah, that's it. That's a very big deal. And that was done here. When you don't know what is a blessing, including fossil fuel, including freedom, your there's something wrong with you, something profoundly wrong. So some reflections on the comfort in which I am sitting in a rather warm place. Florida. In July, California globe has a very scary article. A teacher attended the national education association convention last week. Brenda lebs and I would like to have her on the show. Because the number of teachers, she's a California teacher, former school board member, who writes Brenda for kids, the number four. This originally appeared in the daily signal. I'm going to look that up, Brenda for kids. Yes. Well, amazing stuff here. Listen to this. As a teacher, I attended the national education association convention last week, and my worst fears were confirmed. Public schools are no longer a safe place for families who hold traditional values or for families who believe gender as in male female binary is biologically determined. Do you know that 5 years ago certainly ten years ago, that sentence would have been incomprehensible? To Americans, public schools are no longer a safe place for families who believe in the male female binary. It wouldn't even know what binary is about, and they would say, wait a minute. Public schools are not safe for families that believe that the human race is divided between male and female. You got to be kidding. It was also evident that the teachers union is lobbying arm of the Democratic Party. The NEA seems to think there are many gender options, and that's why teachers and students must always address themselves with their preferred pronouns. It thinks this pronoun practices essential and will create a more inclusive society. So I have to ask you once again. This comes up almost daily. If you have a child or grandchild in a public school, and they go the preferred pronoun way, teaching your 5 year old, that whether you're a he or a she is just a preference, there's nothing objectively true or accurate about it. Why would you keep your child in such a school? And the only answer is it's convenient. And I don't put that down. I mean, deeply convenient because it's very good chance both parents work. So you might think, how can I homeschool? However, if your child turns out to be an idiot, to be morally and personally confused and profoundly depressed because life is chaotic, then you will say, I should have done something.

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Myanmar executes ex-lawmaker, 3 other political prisoners

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Myanmar executes ex-lawmaker, 3 other political prisoners

"The executions of four prisoners By Myanmar's military government announced in state media has drawn widespread condemnation The deputy Asia director of the watchdog Human Rights Watch Phil Robertson roundly condemns the hunters action and says the executions point up the failure of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN to take the lead in trying to resolve the situation in the country and that it was time for the international community to act decisively This is a real wake up call for the international community that they can not allow Myanmar to slide off the table to be concerned too much about other things and ignore Myanmar's worsening Civil War in the human rights atrocities that are going along with it One prominent activist tells the AP the execution show the generals were out of control and predicts the deaths would harden resistance I'm Charles De

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Aaron Withe Describes the Liberal Agenda of the Teachers' Unions

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Aaron Withe Describes the Liberal Agenda of the Teachers' Unions

"They can't hide the fact that they're liberal agenda is all they're really about. Yeah, I mean, you look at both the teachers unions, the American federation of teachers and the national education association, both of them had their conventions last week. And as you mentioned, they weren't talking about how to educate our kids. They were talking about how to abolish the filibuster. They were talking about masking at kids and critical race theory and sex Ed in schools and all the rest of it. I mean, these institutions, these are liberal institutions today that have nothing to do with educating our children. Everything to do with indoctrinating our kids with some liberal talking points. We look back at the conventions back in 2019 at the national education association and on their platform then was critical race theory and defunding the police. You look free years later. These are the things that are actually being talked about in the Democratic Party. It's our belief that these teachers unions are not just the primary funders of liberal politicians, which they absolutely are, but they're also the thought leaders when it comes to creating liberal talking points and pushing a radical agenda.

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Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'

"And it puts some really vicious stupid people to work Now I would not call Sarah rump a vicious stupid person I don't know her All I said is she seemed like a 12 year old Her lack of substance in her writing style she took grave grave not even great grave offense She pointed out I'm a lawyer And she was upset at my ranting And she said of course I didn't provide any substantive information in response to her genius Of course I did it's right there on the video that she attached But she's a slow listener She said you know there's four elements for elements in greenhouse gases really Who knew Sarah I've studied this issue at great length many many years ago When you were 12 years old doctor Edward wegman from page one 32 of liberty and tyranny I wrote that book I thought you should know A professor at the center for computational statistics at George Mason university Chair of the national Academy of Sciences committee on applied theoretical statistics Board member of the American statistical association More than just a lawyer was tasked by congressional committee to lead a group of experts in examining the hockey stick evidence Now this evidence but like getting into great detail you see Sarah broadcasting you have limited time Which is why when you write a stupid essay you have all the time in the world

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Black Student Rejected by U of Houston SGA Because of Her Faith

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Black Student Rejected by U of Houston SGA Because of Her Faith

"We've got a story up on our website Todd stern's dot com to bring to your attention. You need to understand what's happening on your college and university campuses. In America. There's something very dangerous afoot. Now, many public universities public schools have a student government association and it's just like, just like your local or state or federal government. You have senators or representatives, you have a student Supreme Court, so you have, it's basically a student version of what we do in real life in politics. But here's the problem. It really is a microcosm of the problems we're facing in big government. Because a lot of these kids are coming up with very dangerous ideas on their college and university campuses, and they're implementing these policies in the school itself. And that's where we start with Maya little. She is a black student at the university of Houston. She is a Christian. And she was hoping to become the first black woman elected to the student Supreme Court at the university of Houston. So she goes before her peers, her classmates, and she's giving her speech and she's explaining why she deserves to be named to the Supreme Court at the university of Houston. And she quotes a Bible verse during her remarks. And it triggered the student politicians almost immediately. And they decided to go into a closed door session and they voted and they rejected her because of her religious beliefs, and they said that they had to be very sensitive about appointing Christians to positions within the government in the aftermath of roe V wade.

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As Fox News Goes, so Does the Republican Party

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

As Fox News Goes, so Does the Republican Party

"It's very clear to me that the Republican Party is going through a an evolutionary evolutionary process, a metamorphosis that they are shifting on the culture issues of the day. Are you beginning to see this? And I'm going to give you a clue. The clue is Fox News channel as Fox News goes so goes the Republican Party. Now Fox News channel over the past 5 or 6 years made a radical shift to embrace the LGBT movement. And to elevate the LGBT movement. And so if you want a job at let's just say you go to a Christian school and you want to be a journalist and you apply for a job at Fox. You are probably not going to get that job. And the reason is very simple, because they have partnerships with the national association of gay and lesbian journalists. They have associations with other far left journalism organizations, and so those organizations are funneling their people who are not journalists. They're activists into the newsrooms and the TV shows of Fox News channel. And that's why you see it. Fox News and just I want you to step back and think about this. Only one cable news channel has a paid transgender activist on their staff. It is not MSD and C it is not CNN. Crying Negro network. Thank you judge Joe Brown. It is not newsmax. It is not what America news. It's Fox News channel. And they celebrate that. They celebrate their diversity.

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Mike Lindell Is on a Mission to Halt Voting Machine Usage

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Mike Lindell Is on a Mission to Halt Voting Machine Usage

"You're just sharing a volcano of information as you normally do. But I go around the country and people, you know, like me, I guess, you know, they're hopeful because they want to see America saved. They want to see this back on track as an actually free country where we the people get to decide. But it's hard for some people not to be cynical or at least a little bit depressed about whether we're going to get through this because if you watched 2000 mules, if you've been tracking all this stuff, you've been doing, you think, when are we going to kind of get to the bottom of it? When is something going to be done? What is your sense of what is possible for us to do with this kind of stuff? Well, I'll tell you where we're at if we don't get rid of all the machines. It's over forever. We're just, it's done. It's done. We never get your country back because like other countries where they've had machines once the bad people get in power. And with these machines and electronics, they're never going to vote them out. Therefore, it's you're stuck. Like your Venezuela is your Australia as your Canada. It's over. Well, now here we have great things, so because there's a couple of things. One is the sheriffs and the judges. Let's just combine them too. You brought up 2000 meals. I was just in Las Vegas and we had a sheriff's association meeting with all the sheriffs and we got the word out to all the show. What they can do. A lot of the things when we have our summit on August 20th and 21st is educating the whole world in the United States and educator, what can be done and what we are doing. The sheriffs have so much power in their counties. They can prosecute and they go, well, like the Racine county sheriff in Wisconsin. He proud screw went after them, but once again, the judges shut it down. And this is, this was over a year ago.

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"988" suicide and crisis lifeline to launch nationwide

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

"988" suicide and crisis lifeline to launch nationwide

"The country's first nationwide three digit mental health crisis hotline goes live Saturday The number is designed to be easy to remember 9 8 8 Instead of sending police firefighters or paramedics when you call 9-1-1 9 8 8 connects to train mental health counselors The federal government has provided over $280 million to help states get this off the ground The 9 8 8 system will build on the national suicide prevention lifeline and existing network of over 200 crisis centers nationwide Doctor Brian Hepburn with the national association of state mental health program directors says 9 8 8 will not be like the flick of a switch

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Our Country Is in a Really Bad Spot...

The Trish Regan Show

02:01 min | Last month

Our Country Is in a Really Bad Spot...

"Country's in a really, really bad spot. And I think the reason really comes down to this, you have a bunch of inexperienced people that you know, Joe Biden has been in Washington, D.C. forever. Sure, but he still lacks experience in the he doesn't have the executive chops that one would need to be the president of the United States. He doesn't have the leadership chops. He doesn't have the get up and go that maybe a younger person might have, not that I'm an ageist, but you know the guy's 79 years old. And so all these things combined, their problem. But you see, it's not just him. The team around him is really, really lacking. I mean, heck, you got speech writers that are writing total blunders and Joe Biden's speech and San Antonio. Doctor Jill, that really offending a lot of people. If you watch yesterday's podcast, you heard what she said, which included the Hispanic community coming out. The journalist association saying, hey, wait a second. We're not tacos. It's a rad tag team. And I suspect the real reason for it being so poorly performing comes back to this. And that's that nobody there has actually had a real job like ever. On average and my friend, The Economist Steve Moore, over at the committee to unleash prosperity, did an analysis of this. He and his team, they looked at the education and the professional backgrounds of all the people in The White House in the administration right now. And what they found is all the top people have, on average, two, maybe two and a half years of actual work experience. Think about that. All these people, they come from academia and law and politics. They haven't actually had real jobs or run businesses. And I think that is the main differentiating factor between what you saw in the Trump administration and what you see now.

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Jill Biden apologizes after remark about Latinos causes stir

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Jill Biden apologizes after remark about Latinos causes stir

"First Lady Joe Biden has apologized after her remarks to Latinos caused a stir I Norman hall with details a spokesperson for Jill Biden has issued an apology for the First Lady's Monday speech that the nation's largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization U.S. Unitas Latino community is unique She also drew criticism for her attempt to compliment the Latino community As distinct as the bogus of The Bronx as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio The national association of Hispanic journalists and others registered their offense on social media the journalists organization tweeted we are not tacos The apology said the First Lady has admiration and pure love for the Latino community Norman hall Washington

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CBS Gives a Pass to Jill Biden for Calling Latinos 'Tacos'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | Last month

CBS Gives a Pass to Jill Biden for Calling Latinos 'Tacos'

"So instead of attacking the First Lady, CBS decided we've got to lend her a helping hand cut for. Christina, let me switch gears here. First Lady Jill Biden is taking some heat after people took offense at comets. She made it a Latino rights event in Texas yesterday. Let's listen to what she said. With the understanding that the diversity of this community as distinct as the bogus of The Bronx as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio. All right, obviously equating tacos with the Latino community is the issue that many find incredibly offensive. Christina, what is The White House saying about this? Yeah, no comment yet from The White House this morning and those comments come a day before Mexican president Lopez Obrador is here today to meet with mister Biden so the timing is especially uneasy. Look, those remarks from the First Lady came as part of a prepared speech praising the work of a well-known activist, the national association of Hispanic journalists, condemned the comments, saying in part that Latinos should not be reduced to a stereotype. Vlad. That is exactly right. Christina, thank you very much. We all agree with that. Absolutely. First Lady's team probably huddling today. You think that up? Because when you know Joe Biden, that's not who she is, but it didn't come out correctly. You know, I'm not a big fan of breakfast tacos, grace maker. It's, I don't know. I'm a biscuit guy. So give me a sausage biscuit. I don't like a crumbled up in the doctor. Well, it's just a little too heavy for me. You put the salsa yet. It's just a bit much. It's a for lunch. It's a bit much. I love tacos.

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Kurt Schlichter: Who Told Biden to Use the 'Breakfast Burrito' Angle?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last month

Kurt Schlichter: Who Told Biden to Use the 'Breakfast Burrito' Angle?

"LatinX or whatever they want to call which I encourage the Democrats to continue to run on that Don't dissuade them It's the greatest marketing idea ever You're going to persuade hundreds of millions of Hispanic voters around the world to vote for your leftist causes with such a wonderful term Democrats please double down on LatinX The Latin Hispanic community Spanish loves it They clearly love keep doing LatinX But Joe Biden went out yesterday and I know And gave his speech and seemed to infer that Spanish people were like breakfast tacos So I want you to listen to this This is a news report It's Jim's favorite sound bite of the year It's very short but it's a news report about Jill Biden comparing Hispanic voters to breakfast tacos Check this out The national association of Hispanic journalist is responding in a tweet encouraging quote doctor Biden and her speech writing team to take the time in the future to better understand the complexities of our people and communities The group adding we are not tacos That's real That's not the Babylon B brother That is real Do we really have to do that We are not tacos Are we at that point now Does your book address this stuff by the way The identity politics I'm a little stunned that a doctor like doctor Jill Biden would say something so bizarre I'm also wondering what the hell is a Brexit taco I know a breakfast burrito Yeah me too Yeah you can check for like once in a while Yeah Yeah I don't really get the whole breakfast burrito thing That's like two bridges too far I mean what are the thought process with your speech writers Get me breakfast tacos I want to work the breakfast taco angle

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First Lady Jill Biden Compares Latinos to 'Breakfast Tacos'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | Last month

First Lady Jill Biden Compares Latinos to 'Breakfast Tacos'

"But what's doctor Jill Biden's excuse? She doesn't seem that old. How old is Jill Biden? She's a very Sprite fit likeable enough lady. She gave a speech yesterday that raised some eyebrows, she was in San Antonio addressing the progressive unidos U.S. annual conference. And she said the following. But we can't get those things on our own. Raul helped build this organization with the understanding that the diversity of this community as distinct as the bogus of The Bronx as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio. Is your strength? A lot of nervous laughter like did she just call us tacos? The national Hispanic journalists association is up in arms about this. They said, wait a minute. We're not tacos. You really can't call Hispanics tacos. And where is a bodega or bodega? Where do you suppose you can go get a soda? Where's the bodega?

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"american association" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Some months ago. also senior fellow and research and economic development at George Mason University he says I climate models have done remarkably poorly and replicating the evolution of global temperature during the past several decades that high end climate horror stories emanating from these lousy models quoting him largely on supported by observations further they manage to ignore a spade a published science demonstrating that the sensitivity of temperature to carbon dioxide. changes was substantially overestimated in those models. Richard Lindzen. is this thing a distinguished senior fellow the Cato center for the study science emeritus professor of meteorology the Massachusetts institute of technology. previously professor dynamic meteorology at Harvard University he's a member of the National Academy of sciences. follow about the American meteorological society the American Association for the advancement of science is a sound like a coke. he received the jewel G. Carney award for highly significant research in the atmospheric sciences. but the American meteorological society distinguished engineering achievement award from the engineers counts on two thousand nine. his pioneering research in atmospheric dynamics has led to its conclusion that the sensitivity of surface temperature increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide is considerably below that necessary to generate disasters climate change. he was an on scene any there. Patrick Moore. Greenpeace co founder and Canadian ecologists testified before the United States Senate that there is little correlation is supported direct casual relationship between CO two emissions and rising global temperatures. he said there's no scientific proof that human emissions of carbon dioxide are the dominate because the minor warming of the earth's atmosphere over the past one hundred years if there were such proof it would be written down for all the sea no actual proof as it is understood inside exists. he attacked the U. once intergovernmental panel on climate change for claiming it's extremely likely quote on quote that human activity is that Dominic cause for global warming noting that extremely likely is not a scientific term. anyone the stat that the statistics presented by the I. P. C. C. are not the result of mathematical calculations. statistical analysis it may have been invented. to support the U. one so called expert judgment. Royce Spencer received his PhD meteorology at the university of Wisconsin Madison in nineteen eighty one before becoming a principal research scientist at the university of Alabama in Huntsville a two thousand one. he was. Hey let's see here a senior scientist for climate studies at NASA's Marshall space flight center where he and doctor John Christy receive NASA's exceptional scientific achievement metal for the global temperature monitoring work with satellites. his work with NASA continues. as the US science team leader for the advanced microwave scanning radio meter flying on NASA's aqua satellite..

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"american association" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the nonprofit American Association and William it's nice to have you with us. thanks for a great to be here. so. this is a campaign that you people have provided to help people understand their paychecks as part of the national payroll week. what do we need to understand because it can be very very confusing. well you know you're ready can national payroll week as it is in a little celebration but during the week of Labor Day was founded by the American payroll association to to recognize the hard work of Americans one hundred and fifty million wage earners stand the payroll professionals who pay them accurately on time every time international payroll week. I commend everyone who works performance paychecks checkup the point of that is to look for some simple ways to maximize your earnings and boost your savings. so. how can we first followed during this week why should someone do a paycheck check out then and how do you do that. right well the first step in performing a paycheck checkup. is to look at the with holdings that you selected on your form W. four that's the plan that we use to tell our employers how much to withhold income taxes Hey the last year the tax tables won't handle so some people who expected a tax refund ended up ordering the.

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"american association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Spread the word be by the grace of god it looks like the six police officers and Billy were shot will recover that's not the case for more than seventy officers who've already fallen in the line of duty so far this year and last year marked the first time and record the most common cause of death was murder killing a police officers well what we see the continuation of it again this year it is very I one of the saddest aspects of the entire situation after the fact these all the remaining officers that were arriving at the scene that worry conducting the investigation gather evidence what have you what happened is together well you have all these people on the streets are they doing the whole asking the cops won't even show up the cop I talk about people being broken man so yes please support our police because lord Neill knows that we need them now more than ever just as they need us now more than ever as well and speaking of logic or the lack there of this world we we know it's a short supply so when will we we talk about law in American history whose depending you in Washington you really speaks for conservatives well it's not that not a lot of the biggest names not a lot of the biggest names but a mac the American Association of mature American citizens is looking out for you yeah a mac can do what you need to have done as a mature citizen name that gives its members valuable benefits every day well only defending America's priceless constitution or sick or history our liberties our basic moral compass which again should be launching but isn't anymore the name back fights for border national security freedom of speech religion values folks like I'll Reagan and those who served in that administration like the the great one Markel then they support a strong national defense limited government lower taxes and so a mac is something that you should support and they will support you so I don't think any of the other biggest names organization is they are not there for your interest you're not name act every should be the next election will decide our nation's future either be true to America's noble passive principles warm drift deeper under the sea of moral relativism so step up Senate today a mac dot US that's eight M. AC dot US and we have about a minute let's go to Trevor Trevor in Grand Junction Colorado Trevor go all right murder to talk with you or make a point that I don't know all this violence everything all these lives cynical question mark and shorten think it's about gun control he gets you hit the nail right on the head.

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"american association" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Doctor, Dan, also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there, regain their health and wellness, and nitrogen and I want to get right into this. We're talking about pain today, and it always amazes, me that, you know, we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back again we did. And yet, we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief. I mean, what's going on the last time I was here, it was s. Native at forty three million Americans were dealing with pain and their just a stunning. Now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic. What kind of paint are we talking about here, all the ida's rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, we've got the site is the tendonitis, we have fibromyalgia, neck pain, low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course we have injuries. We have warrior type things to actually Christmas over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris were failing to get to the root cause of the pain. What's causing this pain pedantic, and what is going on? It's just the day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before causes pain, syndromes, ultimately, but I can tell you that there's a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that theme. I created Michael Coulson cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in. Instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief. Okay. Mmediately. All right here in pain relief. It now Zac. Well, how fast does your formula work within fifteen minutes? Really fifteen minutes is worked for me. My family and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that may be interested in, in considering your glucose in crimin-. What, what can really do for you? Okay. First of all, in fifteen minutes, you're gonna see reduced pain. Okay. And it's going.

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"american association" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on KTOK

"Of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and nitrogen I want. Get right into this. I mean, we're talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that you know, we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back again. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief, man. What's going on the last time? I was here. It was estimated that forty three million Americans. We're dealing with pain in their minds. Just astounding now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic. Well, what kind of pain? Are we talking about here? All the rheumatoid. And osteoarthritis verse side is the tendonitis we have fibromyalgia, neck pain, low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries, and we have the weekend warrior type things to actually Chris has over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris were failing to get to the root cause of the pain what's causing this pain apathetic out there. I mean, what is going on? It's just a day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before. Causes pain syndromes alternately, but I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that beam. I created my glucose mean cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief immediately. Alright. If you're in pain, you want relief now exactly well, how fast is your formula work within fifteen minutes, really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family, and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that that may be interested in in considering your glucose Amine cream, and what what can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're gonna see a reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help your body to lower.

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"american association" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back to coast to coast, David Weintraub back with us. Of course. Couple of his books. Religions an extraterrestrial life in of course. Life on Mars. He received his bachelor's degree in physics and astronomy. At Yale back in one thousand nine hundred eighty PHD in geophysics and space physics at UCLA in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine he is a professor of astronomy at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, and he has received awards all over the place and one from the American Association of physics teachers, which recognizes outstanding communication of the excitement of contemporary physics to the general public. David welcome back. And I'm looking forward to this. Lots of things to talk with you about tonight. Good to be back with you judge. What did you think of that story where they found three hundred thousand more galaxies out there in the universe? Well, I'm not surprised, but it's exciting in. There's we certainly have not discovered everything that's out there. And anytime there's. Some new tool to work with we open a new window on the universe. And discover more stuff very exciting. Absolutely. You key? In a lot on Mars. There's been some controversy over Mars society groups to try to get people to go to Mars, I guess financially that fell apart on everybody where we're going to go. I suspect we will go. We will have the ability to go very soon. I would say within a decade companies. Like, SpaceX will have the ability to actually get humans to Mars, whether that's actually a good idea. I think is worth talking about the the Rover is the opportunity Rover. It was in the news this week because it finally died, but these robotic spacecraft are fabulous instruments for learning for doing science, and they're much more affordable than sending actual people that you want to keep alive. And that's the biggest problem with trying to send humans to Mars right now. I think if we send humans to Mars we ought to expect that we can keep them alive. We ought to expect that they should be able to come home. If we wanna bring them home. And at the moment, we can't do either of those things I think that's a problem. But what it does do when you send some human to the moon or Mars? It gives you that national grasp of some goal which we don't have right now. David we don't we don't have a national goal. I mean, people are. You know, they're all over the place. Are you George if we were to try to send humans to Mars, it would be a world unifying experience? I would think to try to achieve that goal. It's a tremendous go. However, I think we shouldn't think a bit think of this in the same way that we some of us lived through the race to the moon in the nineteen sixty where the race the moon was done by NASA. It was done by the United States the entire country was behind it trying to do this incredible saying, and we succeeded, but at the moment the race to Mars is actually being led by a private corporation by Elon Musk's SpaceX corporation, and I don't see the country getting behind that in the same way. They would if NASA were leading the way I agree with that. But we do need some kind of national effort. I think in order to really start banning people together. Because people are so disjointed, politically, you know, they argue about everything we we just we need some kind of goal. We really do. I I would love to see that. But George you, and I might be imagining an era just doesn't exist anymore through that. There's so many people with so many different ideas and the ability to send information around the globe. So quickly distract people from one topic to another topic so quickly we might not be able to generate that kind of unifying feeling that we had a half a century ago. We have had guests on the program. David who are convinced that there are artifacts fossils on Mars. And you know, they've come up with some pretty compelling pictures that the Rovers have taken that would show that what do you think of those possibilities? I don't think there's any compelling evidence for. Artificially created artifacts. On mars. We have found lots of interesting geological features. And if you blur those images, you can imagine all sorts of things. And when you the first images, we tend to get tend to be a little bit blurry. And we discover something that looks interesting, and then we try to take a higher resolution image of that same place, and we discover it it's a Mesa it's a rock formation. It's not an obelisk placed there by intelligent beings. You so you don't think it's conceivable that Mars once had living beings running all over the place. I think it's conceivable that Mars once had life. It's even conceivable that Mars still has life. But in the words of Carl Sagan that he coined during the Viking missions in the nineteen seventies. Fifteen years of art and community at camp.

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"american association" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"New Clarkston half. We're getting less than external dice radiation than on flight over three times less than what we go on the airplane coming over. I she is one of the least contaminated parts of design. Two decades of this evidence being presented at the meeting here could lift the town at the exclusion zone. The good and out of the long shadow of the accident today. Do think we're certainly in agreement here that there needs to be changed. So the next step is to communicate with the politicians, tell them we'll our scientific conclusions are tell them what the narrative district one. And we hope that they will take action. The next time people see headlines like deadly cancer risk from Genova. Then people think again and look at what the science says because the sign says something completely different. That report there by Victoria Gill. It's newsday. Shaimaa Khalil and Clermont tunnel with you. Here's a question. What happens to on brains? As we age and get forgetful, new says suggests the process can be reversed it has been unveiled at this year's meeting of the American Association for the advancement of science in Washington is truly groundbreaking research. And from there is spoke to the woman behind it all Daniele cofer. She is a professor of neuroscience. That's a lot of processes in the brain that has to do with. We we know that something is wrong with neural connections and synapses and snap the connections. And we know that cells that are dying. There's a lot of research that really has to do with dementia Alzheimer's disease neurodegenerative disorders, we were trying to ask the question a little bit different and ask about natural aging and see if we can follow the very early steps that lead from very useful. Young functioning brain to age brain do. What do you understand at this stage? What is it about aging? The physical process that leads to this deterioration. It actually has to do with the blood vessels. And so this neural connections the way that they work or sort of in an environment that is secluded from the blood. There is a barrier that we call blood brain barrier that prevents things to pass from the blood into the brain freely. And we saw that in aging this deteriorates a little bit. We were not the only ones to see it. But we were able to find is the pathway that leads after some pro teams get into the brain and push the environment to be inflammatory and creates this deterioration in the neural functioning. So what have you discovered that would change that because you would think on the face of it? That's just an aging process that we cannot fight again. What do you? What's your discovery started doing it by thinking, we're gonna understand? And what happens to the brain? Maybe we can find a biomarker. Maybe we can find something that we could tell has time maybe middle ages were at the patients that are going to be at risk, and we were able to do that. But then got a little bit cocky and said well now, if we know all of that what happens if we block this process, and would we saw that was completely surprise to us is that we can reverse this. So we could take an H now in block the process that already happened, and it turned out turned out the the brain itself had the capacity of a young brain. But it was masked by this process. And when we removed it restored a youthful functioning to the brain dot is quite incredible. And it must have come as a surprise to you as well by the sounds of things. It was a surprise. So what exactly did did you do to initiate this change, this discovery what we did is? We did a couple of things first we found the mechanism itself. And then we said we want to do something that we call him biology game to function and loss of function. We took a young mouse and said if we were to expose this young brain to this one protein, can we make it age, and we were able to do that. If we were able to block this one protein, can we reverse this, and we were able to do that genetically? And then the next step, of course, was to team up with a medicinal chemists and find a drug, and so we made a drug a small molecule inhibitor that we can give the pill and.

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"american association" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

Army Wife Talk Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

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"american association" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

Army Wife Talk Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

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"american association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Doctor John also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and nitrogen. I want to get right into this. I mean, we're talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that you know, we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back again. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief mean what's going on the last time. I was here. It was estimated that forty three million Americans. We're dealing with pain in their just astounding. Now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic will what kind of pain. Are we talking about here all the rheumatoid and osteopath writers? We've got the first site is the tendonitis we have fibromyalgia, neck pain and low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries. We have the weekend warrior type things to actually Chris has over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris is failing to get to the root cause of the pain what's causing this pain, evidently out there. I mean, what is going on? It's just a day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before. Pain syndromes ultimately. But I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that. I created my glucose mean cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief immediately say all right? If you're in pain relief exactly well, how fast is your formula work within fifteen minutes, really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that may be interested in in considering your glucose Amine cream in. What what can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're going to see it reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help your body to lower inflammation..

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"american association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dr John also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and nitrogen and now I want to get right into this. I mean, we're talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back again. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief mean what's going on the last time. I was here. Estimated that forty three million Americans. We're dealing with pain in their bias, just astounding. Now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic. Well, what kind of paint? Are we talking about here? All the rheumatoid arthritis bursitis tendinitis, we have fibromyalgia, neck pain and low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries. You know, weekend warrior type things to actually Chris over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris is failing to get to the root cause of the pain what's causing this pain democ out there, and what is going on. It's just the day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before causes pain syndromes, ultimately. But I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that thing. I created my glucose mean cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief mmediately. Alright. If you're in pain relief it now Zac, well, how fast is your formula work within fifteen minutes? Really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family, and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that that may be interested in in considering your glucose in cream. What can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're gonna see a reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help. Your.

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"american association" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on Science Friday

"DisneyWorld, but that research relationships, I really in a different class, and for physicians who do research allowing them to have principled relationships in scope of research is really an important concept. So Katie, what are some things that you think could make this system better? Now that you've been studying this in reporting on it for a while. I mean, what are some of the things that are missing here that maybe through some oversight or maybe just through more information could could help us understand a little bit better in avoid these conflicts. Sure, some of the things that people have pointed out to us the first one is consistency from the Mets. Journals? We we heard from a lot of researchers who were very frustrated that, you know, different journals have different rules. You know, some some go back two years to go back three years. They have different rules about what's considered relevant. And so some sort of streamlining better streamlining of what their rules are for disclosure across these journals would be good. And then also, you know, others have pointed out some way for. Reporting from the from these smaller companies these startups. And then just going along with the idea of streamlining this there's been a push for a more centralized way of reporting these conflicts, again, the open payments databases is one big source of information. But it's not everything and the New England Journal of medicines actually developing some sort of a system like this with the AMC the American Association of medical colleges, which would have researchers put all of their conflicts into one central place, and and that might help with with kind of more clear disclosure, and Eric do you have some thoughts on this quickly things that we could do the I think the Beckel the research community could potentially just embrace the fact, but why don't why don't folks just disclose everything that they have in other words, not systematically pick and choose what is relevant or not but make database in which researchers. Conflicts of interest are are widely available and then journal editors can look them up and reviewers can look them up. And so on other what the other thing, I think is that we I still think we need to do a better job about helping researchers understand why it's so important to build trust in science and trust in our academic institutions to make sure that they personally are vigilant in doing it. Because at the end of the day. I think the last thing any researcher wants is to be on the other end of a story by Katie Thomas about conflicts of interest. Yeah. In in the the idea of making sure that we actually have confidence in this entire system is probably something that's really important to you that that we trust the researchers that we trust our doctors. Right. I think the profession of medicine when it's studied is is consistently one of the most highly regarded fields in in in that people in which people work, and I think it's essential to maintain. When that trust as for profession, but also for the people that the profession serves and trust is a really important concept in medicine, Eric Campbell's, professor of medicine and director of research at the university of Colorado center for bioethics and humanities. Eric. Thank you so much for joining us. I appreciate it. Thank you, John. Also, thanks to Katie Thomas journalist at the New York Times. Thank you for all your great work eighty. I really do. Appreciate it. Thanks for having me. We got someone on the line here. Now science Friday zone education director aerial which has been an Antarctica. And today, she managed to get a hold of a satellite phone, and she's she's columnists up from penguin colony area. Are you there can you hear us? I am. I can hear you loud and clear, John. Thanks so much for calling into the show. I guess I should ask you first of all where are you? Exactly. I'm at articles. You've mentioned I'm a forty five minute helicopter flight outside of McMurdo station. And I'm here at Cape Royds penguin colony which is a colony of about twenty five hundred nesting Adelie penguins. And what are you doing there? What what are they doing with the penguins? This time of year the special time of year for penguin researchers. It's right before the chicks of the year fledge and start foraging on their own. And it's our last chance to get old count and wait on a colony and do and do penguin banding..

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"american association" Discussed on X96

X96

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on X96

"Has been nude news. Oh here. It is news about the nude not read by the association the American Association for nude recreation. Their convention will happen August twelfth through the nineteenth. At some meadow. In Worley, Idaho, the convention is for members only. But if you and your family are interested in being looking by a short-term pass from a local club or resort. The nudist group. Which has two hundred thousand members in North America works to protect the freedoms and rights of those who participate in wholesome family style, nude recreation. You know, there are people who are not ashamed of their nakedness. Like you are. So what are nudist do what a convention besides being naked? We embrace the joy of living in the most natural way possible. We we exist to advocate nudity nude recreation. Inappropriate appropriate settings. If you're adults, that's fine. But who's taken their family summering your children into the new kids? Get in the car. We're going to go pick up grandma head to camp. We're gonna go be naked together. There are a bunch of places in America. There are no nudity. No legal new to spot in Utah. The closest one is in. Well, our two in Colorado. There's one in Nevada. I'm gonna get a pen. There's a whole map here. So you can avoid it. Right. Yeah. I need to know. So I can avoid sports weather traffic. Let's see sports. This is I I wanted to tell you about the the big lebowski ad looks like it's not gonna be a new big lebowski movements. Probably a Super Bowl ad. It'll be a great Super Bowl ad. He looked great in that little clip that you see. But. An ad for carpet cleaning a rug cleaning. I don't know. Yeah. But apparently Coca Cola. And they're not coming right out and saying it, but the suspicion is that they are on Colin Kaepernick side of things. They are not they're pulling out of the Super Bowl. See I just read the headline that they weren't going to be there. But they're going to do an ad right before the Super Bowl. It's the same agency that did Nike's capture Nick ads. So there's some speculation that. You're not purchasing an ad in the Super Bowl. They're doing plenty of ads right before the super. But it's it's. It's making a statement coca Cola's making a statement. I like it. I do too. Thank you. Anyway, I can be supportive for the show. The jazz are playing the timber wolves tonight at seven o'clock. Let's do a little bit of traffic. How about crash southbound I fifteen hundred in six south in Salt Lake left shoulder affected, their crash. Southbound Redwood road eighty fifth south in west Jordan. Crash southbound to fifteen nineteen south in Salt Lake. It looks like that's about it..

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"american association" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:40 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And before I came to the Heritage Foundation. I worked for Senator Orrin Hatch for fifteen years. He was the principal Republican author of the religious freedom restoration act. I came to Washington thirty years ago. Just a few months before the supreme court heard arguments in a case, titled employment division versus Smith. Following the decision in that case our organization helped launch the coalition for the free exercise of religion. And when he signed a referee into law in November of nineteen Ninety-three, President Clinton thanked the coalition for what he called the central role. They played in drafting this legislation and working so hard for its passage that coalition grew to more than seventy organizations and was like none other that I've ever known it included. As does our panel today, different faiths. It included the American humanist association on the national association of evangelicals. It included Americans United for separation of church and state and concerned women for America. It included the ACLU and the American Association of Christian schools, only, the most profound in fundamental 'cause could bring those groups together that cause was religious freedom. America's founders said that this is a natural. Right of mankind has unanimously declared religious freedom to be a universal human right in presidents in their religious. Freedom day proclamations have said, it's a fundamental human, right? That inherently belongs to every human being. So in the supreme court in the Smith decision. Devalued religious freedom by weakening, its constitutional protection. Congress responded with the religious freedom restoration heck referee protects religious freedom in two ways by creating a high hurdle for government to interfere with religion. And by applying that standard across the board. Both of these elements are being challenged today. And this is what we're here to talk about it. I'd like to introduce our panel Howard Slough is a founder general counsel of the Jewish coalition for religious liberty. He's an attorney practicing in Washington and received his law degree from hostile university. Osmo? Dean is an attorney with experience working for Beckett. Which is no doubt. Well, known to many of you, and is the founding editor in chief of a web, magazine addressing gender and Islam. She's also affiliated with a religious freedom center at the Newseum and was director of strategy for the center for Islamic religious freedom. She received heard a lot of grief from the university of Chicago. Greg Baylor is senior counsel with alliance defending freedom where he is director of the center for religious schools. He currently represents nineteen nonprofit organizations in Riffa related challenges to the birth control mandate of the Affordable Care Act. He received his law degree from Duke University now handed over to my colleague, Emily cow, director of the DeVos center for religion civil society here. Thanks very much town and. Thank you for joining us today. I want to start by asking the panelists to look back over the last twenty five years. So as you've all heard in one thousand nine hundred eighty this incredible coalition came together around the idea that we might not agree on who God is. But we all agree that every person should be able to practice their religious beliefs without government coercion. And both the members of the commission and those in congress who voted for this Bill. They saw exceptionally high standard of judicial review of government burdens on religious exercise as a means of fostering tolerance. Amidst are deep differences. So like you to address how has refrige- impacted the religious communities that you represent and what impact has it had on peaceful pluralism? Thank you refer allows us to participate in American life without having to explain the intricacies of our religious practices to congress has we've heard in employment division versus Smith. The supreme court held at the first amendment's free exercise clause only invalidates laws that specifically target religious practices. It does not affect laws that apply to everyone and merely incidentally burden religious exercise. So a statute that prohibited. Native Americans from using peyote for religious purposes would be unconstitutional, but it's that banned everyone from using peyote and only incidentally affected. Native Americans will be permissible under the first amendment in his opinion, Justice Scalia explained that if this groups. Want exemptions from generally applicable laws laws that apply to everyone? And don't target religions. They have to obtain comedy since through the political process and case by case basis. They have to go to the legislature and explain why the legislature should exempt them from this law because of their religious practices that may work very well from majority religions whose practices are well known, but it's less effective. For minority. Religions congress isn't especially likely to accidentally burden majority religious practices because those practices are well known. Well, understood if congress goes after a majority religion, it's probably on purpose. Therefore, members of majority religions wouldn't have to seek political accommodations, very often, but conscious more likely to instantly burden minority religious groups like Jews who have obligations that are will less well-known unless understood by congress, thus under Justice Scalia's proposal members of majority minority faiths Jews will be more likely to find themselves in front of congress requesting an accommodation and having to justify their faith riffraff solves this problem by offering. Thank exemptions to laws unnecessarily burden religious exercise. There's no need to go and explain your face to congress in a case by case basis because a blanket accommodation is offered this has been borne out by the data. A recent review of cases, indicates that minority religious groups you refer most frequently which should be well expected to specifically have used refers to protect their religious freedom in a number of instances, for example, a Jewish air force chaplain. Brought a case protecting his right to sermonizing whatever topic. He wanted to talk about the military had taken the position that they could prohibit the chaplain from speaking about topics that weren't essential to his faith. The court properly applied reference said that the military had no business deciding what was or wasn't core to the chaplain's faith, and that he was free of sermonizing whatever topic. He wanted to talk about these have also used religious liberty lies to protect their right to build synagogues and religious schools, notwithstanding restrictive zoning laws, unless of course, just lies are served. A compelling government interest. Jewish prisoners have frequently used religious liberty laws to obtain things like kosher food, sacramental wine and other ritual items that they need to practice their faith in prison. One other way to highlight the importance of refer to Jews is look at how vulnerable we are in. It's this will refer doesn't apply the supreme court had decided that refer can only apply to federal laws. So if a state wants to offer the same protection that refer applies they need to pass their own reference. Some states have in some states have not and as we heard from attorney general that's become a matter of controversy. When like Indiana recently have tried to pass river lost in California. An animal rights groups sued to prevent a local rabbi from performing an annual ritual associated with the high holidays, and with repentance, some rabbis in performing this ritual. Kill chickens and donate that chickens to poor families as part of the ritual, an animal rights groups sued under a generally applicable unfair competition law to rent the rabbi from killing chickens, apparently, the animal rights group was worried that Purdue couldn't compete with the rabbi the animal rights group repeatedly stated in their briefing that have California had Riffa the rabbis might have a defense, but they insisted over and over again. That they should win this case because California didn't have a referendum, and in essence they scored a victory because they managed to drag the litigation on so long, and the rabbis were not able to perform the ritual that year if refer had been in place that wouldn't have happened. This alert situation could arise in areas of critical importance to American Jesus, for example, if a state that doesn't have a referendum passed a generally applicable law banning circumcision ritual slaughter have a difficult time mounting a defense the legislature. Of course, wouldn't they were banning this ritual slaughter or circumcision to go after the Jews, and therefore you would need records the first amendment would not protect us. This isn't merely as a sky is falling hypothetical. European countries have already moved to ban circumcision ritual slaughter. And in fact, San Francisco type to banned circumcision Meriva Riffa exists. That would be the Jews first line of defense against laws, or if it doesn't exist. There would be vulnerable refers protection is especially important for Jews and other minority religions it should be preserved where it exists and say said, don't get frustrated. Got them without controversy. Heritage Foundation hosted this discussion on religious freedom yesterday C span radio. I'm going gonna ask that you. Please hold your applause for all the panelists until the end. So we can get through what they'd like to say. And also, I should add that to dress the religious land, use and institutional is institutionalized persons act, just a sister statue to refresh. Great, thank you. So how you mentioned some of the data that bears out the fact that we're FRA has mostly been used successfully by religious minorities. And that's something that I think many people don't realize especially in this day and age and the period after the very controversial hobby lobby case where refried for many Americans is suddenly all about enabling discrimination by conservative Christians against women and LGBTQ individuals, given the widespread perception several scholars have religious liberty jurisprudence had dug into the cases to see if there's any truth to that claim. And so one study calls sex drugs and eagle feathers by my former colleague lucrative analysis. A religious liberty cases after hobby lobby and he look. Cases, specifically in the tenth circuit and review. It over ten thousand decisions I'll focusing on every religious freedom decision in the last five in some cases. In some cases. Ten years asked Martin is the founder and editor in chief of Altemus Lama founder and after this very extensive analysis. He found that one religious liberty cases are still are still really rare. The only makeup of point six percent of the federal docket and contrary to predictions are religious people would be able to wield hobby lobby as Trump card successful cases are even more rare. And there have only been five winning issues within the tenth circuit in the last five years and those pertain to sharia polygamy eagle feathers, contraception and the ten commandments. He also notes that despite the dismiss understanding that Christians would be the prime beneficiaries of the hobby lobby decision on the data actually shows that's really just minorities who continue to benefit the most another scholar. Christopher Lonzo actually looked more broadly at all cases since prefer was enacted, and he found again that the majority of her friends state refer cases have little to do with discrimination or sexual morality or the culture wars, and these cases get almost no attention even by the scholars in the field. And so we're Lund rates. Whatever else can be said of them refer in state refers have have been valuable for religious minorities who often have no other recourse when law conflicts with their most basic religious obligations, and then he goes on to list. A few cases case involving a five year old native American boy who was told by his public school district that the school policy for forbade boys to from having long hair. So the girls in the school could have long hair, but the boys couldn't. And the court in that case was able to use a Texas referred to be able to win him. This Ray to grow his hair in accordance with his religious beliefs. Refresh has also protected a Jehovah's Witness from having to preju- legions to the US constitution and violation F A beliefs that she can only pledge allegiance to guide and also came to the rescue four to six children who are not allowed to carry their kirpan ponds to school. So the Krepon is a small blind ceremonial dagger. The sick articles of faith obligates all six to carry the dagger. As a constant reminder about his or her obligation to protect and serve the week. And so in view Thompson the school forced to students to choose between school expulsion and criminal prosecution and they're violation under religious convictions. And we can understand to some extent that the school would legitimate concerns related to carrying a small dagger into school. But given the bluntness of it the lever held simply harmless nature of this of this article of faith refer was able to the court was able to use refresh. Strike a balance. There we understand you have a concern. But there's ways that you can terro it's more narrowly tailor the solution and not broadly. And then when it comes to Muslims in the post nine eleven context, their husband startling, increase in anti Muslim, prejudice and discrimination. With extremely sharp rates in the last couple of years in particular in crimes against Muslims. An including more specifically Muslim women headscarves. And these cases refractory provides heightened protection may there was some religious liberty wins, however have been in the prison and in the land use context as we pointed out, and that's important. Also. So those are those of occurred under the religious land, use institutionalized persons act are reluctant but live refer are intrinsically connected. As originally passed nineteen Ninety-three refer apply to all three levels of government, federal state and local, but after the US supreme court's nineteen Ninety-seven ruling in city of Burnie the floor. The floor is refer applied only to the federal government not to state or local governments. So this basically just opened up all the space for religious minorities. Continue facing restrictions on their on their religious practice. So in response to Bernie in two thousand congress pass for Lupu, add to correct, some the constitutional infirmities are. So under lupus, specifically Muslim top one. Pretty big was recently. The most one of the most prominent cases is a reason win nine oh at the US supreme court in a prisoner case call it hold to be Hobbs. Gregory halted also known as Muhammad was an inmates of the Arkansas department of corrections and a practicing selfie Muslim. And he needed the prison to accommodate his ability to grow a beard in accordance with his religious practice..

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"american association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Doctor Jonah also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and nitrogen I want to get right into this. I mean, we're talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back. Again, we did. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief mean what's going on the last time. I was here. Was estimated that forty three million Americans. We're dealing with pain in their bodies. Just astounding. Now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic. Well, what kind of paint? Are we talking about here? All the rheumatoid osteoarthritis bursitis tendinitis, we have fibromyalgia, neck pain and low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries. Warrior type things to actually Chris has over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris is failing to get to the root cause of the pain what's causing this pain academic health. I mean, what is going on the day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before causes pain syndromes, ultimately. But I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that. I created microcosmic cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief. Okay. Mmediately? All right. You're in pain relief. Exac, well, how fast is your formula work within fifteen minutes? Really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family, and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that that may be interested in in considering your glucose Amine cream. What can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're going to see reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help. Your body to lower inflammation. And what the inflammation lower pair and.

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"american association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dr John also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and nitrogen I want to get right into this. I mean, we're talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that you know, we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back again. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief. What's going on the last time? I was here. Was estimated that forty three million Americans. We're dealing with pain in their minds. Just astounding now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this epidemic. Well, what kind of pain? Are we talking about here? All the rheumatoid and osteoarthritis bursitis tendinitis, we have fibromyalgia, neck pain, back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries. Weekend warrior type things to actually Chris has over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris is failing to get to the root cause of the pain what's causing this paint epidemic out there. I mean, what is going on? It's just a day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before causes pain syndromes alternately, but I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that beam. I created my glucose mean cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief immediately. All right here in pain relief. Exactly. Well, how fast is your formula work within fifteen minutes? Really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family, and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that that may be interested in in considering your glucose Amine cream. What can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're gonna see a reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help your body to lower inflammation. And with the.

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"american association" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"american association" Discussed on KTOK

"Dr John also serves as a member of the American Association of pharmaceutical scientists, and she's also a member of the American Association of nutritional consultants, and she's created several health formulas now that are literally helping millions of people out there regain their health and wellness and nitrogen I want to. Get right into this. I mean, we're talking about pain today. And it always amazes me that you know, we have the technology to put men on the moon and bring them back again. And yet we can't seem to get a handle on pain relief from what's going on the last time. I was here. It was estimated that forty three million Americans. We're dealing with pain in their bonds. Just astounding now that numbers doubled to an estimated eighty six million American adults. And that's why I'm here today. I really wanna talk to you about this episode democ-. Well, what kind of pain? Are we talking about here? All the ida's rheumatoid, and osteoarthritis bursitis tendinitis, we have fibromyalgia, neck pain and low back pain, hip pain, knee pain, joint pain. And of course, we have injuries. We have the weekend warrior type things to actually Chris has over one hundred different types of pain syndromes, but the real issue Chris is failing to get to the root cause of the pain what's causing this pain epidemic out there. I mean, what is going on? It's just a day that we live in right now, we have more stress than ever before. Causes pain syndromes alternately, but I can tell you that there is a real natural solution that can help you get to the root causes of that. I created my glucose mean cream to take that cream applied exactly to where it hurts. It goes in instantly because I wanted to give targeted relief. Okay, immediately. All right. If you're in pain you want relief. Exactly. Well, how fast is your formula work within fifteen minutes, really, fifteen minutes. It's worked for me, my family and hundreds of thousands of other people now for someone that that may be interested in in considering your glucose increase. What what can it really do for you? Okay. First of all in fifteen minutes. You're going see a reduced pain. Okay. And it's going to help your body to lower inflammation. And with the.

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