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Unraveling MiCA and the New Regulations Threatening Crypto in Europe
"That's that's enough about France. Let's because our list get bored with with all the stuff that's very specific to France. But let's broaden it a little bit and talk about Europe and where where there's a lot at stake here, and this is GonNa be the bulk of conversation. We're talking, of course, the digital finance package which was. Drafted and released in late September. So just for context, what are the high level principles of cryptocurrency regulation in Europe one of the major frameworks that cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency actors fall under in EU? Okay. There's Hugh big ways of regulating cryptos in your roof basically we can shit. Yeah. Two a way of regulating the first one is considering the that crypto assets are a securities. All of them and make them full into the financial regulation in general. So that's the approach taken by Germany and a few other countries. So if you are operating his. Exchange in Germany than you have to be a regulated. Financial Exchange that that's a that's as simple as that. So. That's the first the first way of doing it, which is quite easy to do of course, but can lead to some inefficiencies. Patient. Because the financial regulation is is very strong and very difficult to apply for a small actors like And then you have the countries that try to create a dedicated from Fokker to us. Already mentioned France of course did this but you have. Your mountain you're. They'll have like a crypto license. where basically you you described project and you you have specific allegation. That are adapted to the crypto asset and that may mentioned for example, custody this Kanye to the DESTIG- sector. So these are bespoke regimes that are created by national governments in order to help players and startups in the crypto space get started without all the encumbrances and red tape and everything of a very. Complex Regulatory Framework as exists in the financial space. That's a the LAKME. Exactly. And then on top of this. Irrespective of the of the local regulation, there's an obligation for each member state to. Put into place regulations on Koa mill for all the all the exchanges that David with Euro and all the custodians that's from a you regulation. So needs to be apply everywhere in the. And see the animals five. Directive. CRYPTOCURRENCY startups in Europe are regulated at a level by Amil Five, which implies at every exchange or custodian conducts L. Kyc on their customers but other than. Other than this specific. know-your-customer regulation there hasn't been until now a framework at the level to regulate things like. You know specifically how tokens are listed by exchanges or Stable, coins or things like ICO's until now, these have mostly been regulated at a local level. Executive okay. So let's let's now jump into this Israel finance package. What. Is this digital finance package that was released by the Commission and? How does it change fundamentally this this situation that we're currently. Yeah. So the digital finance package, it's a big badge very, very big. Named suggests it converse everything digital and finance, and the objective of the digital finance package is basically to make the EU competitive you know Narita where the financing finance is increasingly digitize so very broad and diverse. That's a lot of different regulations that covers a lot of different areas. But of course, what interests us is, if you QBC's of this regulation that will concern specifically the crypt assets industry namely the Mecam regime, a markets data sets. And then at the pilots regime for the security tokens, those are the two components that are specifically targeted to drip to assets in rural. So basically assets registered on a blockchain and. The idea behind this dysregulation is to consider the criticism very specific new as clubs. So it's quite zooming out to the approach that was taken by friends, for example, that the really considering the group that as as a different industry as the other ones and to create a specific set of groups. An spoke regime that will apply to those actors and to the staff teaching. So that that's what will happen and that's that's what the the regime sets since motion. Every single crypto assets ACTA in euro will be regulated by camp. And everything will issue of security token gay news, the pipe between, which is very specific some kind of sandbox Okay. So, when you say every single crypto currency actor in Europe will be regulated under Meka. I think we're GONNA spend most of this time talking about Meka because the one that concerns defy more so than the the pilot regime, but we'll talk about that but. When you say every single actor who you talking about here give us some examples of like who are the people who are the companies that are getting affected and regulated by this. Broadly speaking meka is the creating a new category vectors. The Cold Crypto said service provider. So shocked providing service whispered doesn't you fall into this category and it's very inspired from The financial regulation. So basically, the crypto asset service providers, the custodians. Trading Platforms Exchange execution of older reception and transmission of all those of us. It's so if you look at the different financial services in Mifid, which is the financial regulation, the Euro. Just, a cookie based basically adapted, of course, because there's the custody, but for the finance photo crypto has had sexto. So if you are providing service got an intermediary basically exchange, you help people by yourselves to assets, you advise them on guitar sets you will be a regulated under the regulation. So you all catch. and. Then there's a regulator about of the regulation that is focused on the issuance of quotas. Any issue of will also be regulated. What is the meaning of a for issuing protested? And there's specific. Dispositions on stable coins, and this is a very, very sensitive topic with a lot of pages of regulation just to give you an idea. The whole regulation is like a hundred and seventy six pages so to just on meteorology allergy and stable going bar is like a
"amil" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Place how do you feed that need for human contact Amil of tonight's sports update coming up in fifteen minutes on John Evans case CBS news time eleven thirty one CBS news update at California to the list of forty other states looking to re open businesses and relax corona virus related restrictions governor Gavin Newsom is early as the end of this week you will have the capacity as a retailer with the modifications of the guidelines we set forth on Thursday to begin to re open Newsome has been under pressure to get the state's economy moving again many other states have already re opened businesses including Florida where restaurants and shops are open but under reduced capacity rules still health officials are concerned this could re Stoke cove in nineteen in the United States more from correspondent Natalie brand the key coronavirus model often cited by the White House significantly increased its death toll projection now saying more than one hundred and thirty four thousand Americans could die of the virus as social distancing measures are east CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon case CBS news time eleven thirty two the FDA is ordering all companies that sell coronavirus antibody test to submit data that their products are accurate there are more than two hundred tests on the market but only twelve have emergency approval CBS news correspondent Dr Jon LaPook takes a look at one test developed by Roche the latest to get the F. D. A. go ahead this new test uses blood drawn from a vein rather than from a finger **** as others do the company says the greater amount of blood helps make the test more than ninety nine percent accurate what do you think of this new Roche test that kind of task that we want widely available because with that level of accuracy were more likely to be able to identify people who are truly positive interaction and individuals who are truly negative and never had the disease antibodies are proteins the immune system makes to attack the covert nineteen virus they show if somebody's been infected in the past whether they knew it or not this virus is so new we still don't know how much per detection these antibodies provide or for how long Jeffrey Shaymin is an epidemiologist at Columbia university's mailman school of public health a lot of people right now who have the antibodies on the testing I walking around thinking they're Superman or superwoman and Hey they're safe what would you say to them we have to be a little more careful about it unfortunately it's not clear that were one and done with this virus we may be subject to repeat infections that leaves patients like eva Vazquez in New York wondering if they can get back to normal she is recovering from covert nineteen and tested positive for antibodies after all that can I get sick again I don't know how long and that's a good sign that I'm unable to recovery professor shaming has reason to be skeptical about.
"amil" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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Awe & The Arc Of Creation
"Hey Karen Hutton and welcome to the woo. This is a show about photography inspiration and life and the intersecting point where they all play together. Play cards go to coffee tea? Think deep thoughts. That's US so welcome to this episode. Which I'm calling it all and the Ark of creation on the way I see it is that ideally the creative arc is fluid. It moves from inner inspiration to outer creation. And then you're building into the next expression of the thing and the thing in this cases photography but it can be anything that you're creating anyway. It moves out and then comes back again with joy and delight rinse and repeat. That's how it Oughta go but how often goes as I've learned from clients and the folks who show up to my talks on these particular matters is like this it starts the same way. You have an idea an impulse or desire you need something you WanNa create and in almost as soon as it pops in this niggling doubt starts to creep in. There is a little shadow. Is it any good? What if the weather changes Amil landscape photographer? So that's always part of the conversation to have the right gear. Will I know what settings to use will see the best angle? Will I get my shot? What if I go all the way out there and it's just a big fat? Nothing but you take action anyway. Because you're not taken you pack up you drive out set up your tripod and you have at it and you results fall short at least in your own mind and you feel disappointed. Some part of you says Oh. I knew that was going to happen. So you judge the whole experience and yourself you feel bad in that fun you have all these crazy thoughts like what's wrong with me. I should just give it up. I need a better camera. I should take up knitting kind of freaks. You out and who wants to feel this crappy ever again but again you're no chicken. See you go back to the drawing board. You watch some videos. You do some more reading on what somebody else did. More technical help right. I mean I hear this scenario over and over and over again and what happens. Next is the really sad part because of that continues long enough. Your mind is all jumbled and it stays that way for a while and it takes a while for a new idea to cross your mind but eventually it does this time though. It's a little soft. It's a little weak. It's not fully formed. You doubt it's any good by itself but you know you should get out there again so you opt to create that guy who's video. You were just watching because clearly. They're better than you and must know what they're doing right. At that point your Muse has no more good ideas. Your soul goes off again and eventually you quit. And I'm not making this up. I have had people tell me this. And that's why they show up to my talks to my retreats and workshops whatever because they're trying to crack the code on this ongoing nasty gram in their mind and break free from this exact spin cycle of creative. Hell why do I know it so well? That's a whole other episode. I know this one I know this one and I know my way out of it and I share it liberally. Everybody says if there was only a one stop shop to stop the madness but wait. The whole point of this conversation is that there is so. Let's have a little talk about all. I sort of feel like I buried the lead but I wanted to paint the picture of how people really do suffer around their creative process. If you're not one of these people congratulations. I am really happy for you. But for the ones who are for the ones who kind of have this awkward dance sometimes with their own creative flow. I WanNa talk about all. Aw is one of those things we all know about and maybe we either almost take it for granted considered a fairytale or something. It's just not generally thought of as a practical ingredient to actually ask for and stir into the mix to prepare for to look for to come to expect as a critical ingredient in photography art and life. But it is it's huge. I mean you wouldn't leave the chicken out of the chicken soup would you? I mean it's like that it's that key and nowadays there's actual quantifiable science behind the effects of awe those of us who are artists and live for that experience. We know about it. But I'll tell you what thanks to Decker Kellner and the greater good science center at UC. Berkeley we've also now got a long list of facts and figures to back up this conversation and not consider it totally. Woo Kazmi talking about creating art from it. Living from it purveying it. Teaching it was one of the reasons people started calling me. Woo in the first place. Sometimes I was an affectionate pat on the head sometimes a whole lot more of a brush off but I always knew for sure that aw was the one stop shop for me and now thanks to science behind it. We know why. And we know that it's a one stop shop for anyone who chooses to open their heart and their mind to the experience of awe in every day and in grand ways they're calling. Aw the ferry dust of emotion some are even referring to it as the eleventh emotion. They usually consider that basic. Human emotions are either a list of eight or ten. They're considering ought to be the eleventh official emotion. It's like the New Star in the Galaxy Decker. Kellner defines it simply as the feeling of being in the presence of something vast that transcends your understanding of the world boom. It's like the crack that lets the light in and after that. Well you can't push the light back out and nothing is really the same after that you cannot unseen or une feel the experience of awe and in fact we humans are hardwired for it. It's something we want we desire. It's how we're built to live through that Lens. So here's some things about how all works are short circuits. Doubt it sneaks up on you it puts you in the moment I mean right now. It feels you with wonder it makes you curious. It's like a touch of the divine and it's proven to be good for the immune system for brain function for cognitive abilities. Social Interactions. I mean the list goes on and on. It's incredible and here's why it should matter to you as an artist. It shatters expectations and expectations. As many of you know our what's GonNa go wrong or they're limiting or they're based on what we think is possible when so much more might just be possible off stops us in our tracks and it makes us listen with new ears and see with new eyes in ways. We didn't expect as I said before and in ways we didn't even know we could which is why it shifts your whole perception instantly and in so doing it instantly enables us to see the ordinary in extraordinary ways. Which is why you don't have to wait till you hike to the biggest mountaintop to experience. Aw although there is no I can promise you. There's no doubt that that is an awesome off striking experience. But you can find. Aw in your office I mean aw is everywhere if you tune your mind to it. So that's what I mean by enabling you to see ordinary in extraordinary ways it's the same shift and it creates instant. Mindfulness like boom right now. A lifetime of study can't do what odd does instant and like I said before it. Lets US experience fastness greater than ourselves our souls genius and shape our creativity around that instead of some old tired ideas about what somebody else did or worry about the settings of your camera it shifts creaky old patterns that are creative arc has been stuck in and our artistic voice explodes and I say our because I'm in this to you know I don't talk about this like some expert on a hill. This is all my experience as well so I can verify it. I know this is how it happens. And I lead people through this experience through my retreats and sometimes through my talks so I've been boots on the ground with this for a number of years in a formal way and now of course thanks to decker. Kilter got some science to back it up but I know from empirical experience that this is how it goes. How do you know this is happening? How do you know it's just a trick of the mind? That's what some people do wonder and I'll tell you it's because your body knows your body is hardwired to give you information. That is irrefutable. That is smart and that is true when off strikes. That's when you get goosebumps that's when your tummy leaps. Not because you're sick. It's like the butterflies. You know you get that tinguely tickly butterfly. Oh my God Oh my God. This is amazing. Feeling your heart beat faster with excitement and glee you gas. You laugh you you might cry you might be you know tears of joy. I've had that happen. Just burst into tears over. The whole experience had no warning about that. You might even break out into a light sweat. I mean hey who said creativity was passive new ideas pop in new ways shifts everything. It's incredible those are all signs empirical signs that all is in the
Ryan Newman hospitalized after terrifying crash at Daytona 500
"Denny Hamlin won his second straight Daytona five hundred and third overall beating Ryan Blaney in an overtime photo finish marred by a terrifying crash that sent Ryan Newman to the hospital on Monday new minted surged into the lead on the final lap when blame these bumper caught the back of his Ford and set Newman hard right into the wall his car flipped rolled and then was hit on the driver's side by another car and finally skidded across the finish line and golf in flames it took several minutes for his car to be rolled back onto its wheels the two thousand and eight Daytona five hundred winner was placed in a waiting ambulance the damage to his Mustang was extensive it appeared the entire roll cage designed to protect his head had caved in Steve o'donnell NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer read a statement Monday night at ten OO six PM eastern time from Roush Yates racing stating Newman's condition and that Newman is being treated at Halifax health Medical Center in Daytona beach Ryan Newman is being treated at Halifax Medical Center he's in serious condition but doctors have indicated his injuries or non life threatening we appreciate your thoughts and prayers and ask that you respect the privacy of Ryan and his family during this time Amil it is the first driver since sterling marlin in nineteen ninety five to win consecutive Daytona five hundred Richard Petty and Cale Yarborough also have won back to back Daytona five hundred Hammill wins by fourteen thousands of a second at the line the second closest finish in Daytona five
"amil" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Here in the Christmas spectacular with the jealous somehow or another we got this assignment but actually we're having a good time it's Eddie with Mike McConnell fin from Gamblin fan and Bobby leeches here the Kentucky native for just kind of your elbow is that who that is no so we just kind of breaking down some Christmas music and the what the reason I wanted to have this song is my twenty year old son and you to know my son very well and is bright kids and seems to be pretty aware and he was in a car the other day with my wife and this came on the radio and he just said they're kind of staring at his phone like they all do none of a sudden he he looks up at my waving goes Graham all dies they don't get a card okay she's the road kill this song is grandma everybody this is got problems Amil gets drunk he just wanders out of the snow see if years after this you probably want to change it to Patty got run over by a reindeer because that they would enforce she gets happily on this is true well she is half the the profits right so he actually re recorded the song twice and he's tried for a long time to get radio stations to sway version the new version that way you can try to they called what time does the sway almost got run over by the prenup yeah look under well you know it's funny you don't think so some of the funniest across the board all the time Graham all right you're not really listening to this to many people cover this that's when I was actually been thinking to covers us all as a couple yeah well yeah I mean you know apple just sit around drinking and playing soccer but but you know this is Megan him I mean multi multi multi he gave up his veterinary he is actually a doctor and Bailey yeah yeah yeah yeah that actually a big veterinary clinic in San Francisco and he's got a you know every year nationalism yeah this one so you never had any more after that he released a bunch David nothing like that so nothing of the cut on he did one for Halloween pointy the Halloween pumpkin a series of all right at and that's a.
Israel supports ISIS?
"How bizarre is is part of a bizarre interview but necessary with the president of a run Chris Wallace at Israel supports isis and put them in their hospitals but they do say this that the Israeli said they were told by our European allies that we were going to live to some sanctions in order to set up a meeting with president trump present from just came back said that never happened I never agreed to that joining us now is Amil changed every day is just returned from a Riyadh Saudi Arabia it was also in Singapore he also has a book that's about to come out calling sailing true north tendrils in the voyage of character and you can follow on add separatists and add real stab dot com add role first off they have a good answer is real sports I suspected I want. so bizarre I mean the Iranians let's face it live in a a strange parallel universe that is in orbit around the planet does work and they're not coming back anytime soon it's just the nature of the regime like that that has consistently isolated itself obviously Israel of fight very effectively broadly across counter terror against Hezbollah which is a creature of a rant against the Islamic state against al Qaeda against Dodge Israel is at one of our principal allies in counterterrorism across the entire spectrum bright so here's what he said this morning the German chancellor prime minister of England in the present France for New York in on since at this meeting take place for the present and America said that I will lift the sanctions it was up to four debate what sanctions will be lifted they had said clearly they will they will we will lift all sanctions he added but this action wasn't a matter that was acceptable I mean that in the atmosphere of sanctions in the existence of sanctions in the taxes atmosphere of maximum pressure even if we want to negotiate with the Americans in the five plus one framework no one can predict what the end of the result the negotiations will be trump has tweeted back around one knee lift sanctions imposed on them in order to meet I said of course the answer's no this is a big loss for a run the matter how you cut it yep indeed it is and this is kind of last exit before the bridge kind of moment for Iran and they were being offered an opportunity to sit back down at the table because here's the really big news Brian of the whole week is that United Kingdom Germany and France have now moved closer to the United States in this construct so with our European allies which you and I've been discussing per month with them we can collectively put the pressure on Iran and get them to the negotiating table but they are living in la la land if they think we're gonna start by lifting sanctions it's not gonna work that way and they have got to wake up to that and if they do and they do come to the table I think we can constructed deal they'll be a lot better than the previous Arron deal. in it'll be one that the Russians and the Chinese that stuff around plus five construct brings those two into it and I think that is the path out of the current conundrum war and because what Iran is doing striking Saudi oil fields which by the way I was in Riyadh on Sunday when those drones had. that is not the path forward in this crisis so we think the the what were your thoughts as this was happening. first and foremost that strategically this is an extremely a bold move on the part of the Iranians to go after a major major element in the global energy system and Brian you can drop a plumb line from those ground attacks to the fact that the Europeans are now more or less with us in this journey and then secondly tactically as a military guy you got to ask yourself wow what combination of new military systems got through the Saudi air defenses which are not bad and the answer is it's a combination of thrones Castel probably some special forces but that new mix that kind of new triad of those elements plus cyber I think it's gonna be a turning point in military operations
"amil" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Two there's money sense Amil walkie philanthropic community if you hit on money since you'll be able to play this and you can also send it to someone else that may enjoy listening to it to get some information you can also come to our love where you live seminar which is on Tuesday September twenty fourth at five thirty to seven o'clock and it is in our Pewaukee location in our educational center I have two guests today my guest is Ruth Rousselot she and she is the owner of synergy health care and also Diane grow I tell you a gastro who is the director of insurance planning for the Ellen backer investment open of course there's so many different ways to skin a cat as we also know about having in your back pocket as you said earlier the information and the types of places how you're going to pay for it how you're going to find it really does make a lot of difference and when we took our break I said that we were going to start out with the difference between home care and home health care yes those two words are often intermingled and in the world of health insurance they're they're actually quite different so the way that I like to describe the differences is when you hear the words home health. it ends in the word health so then you won no that that relates.
"amil" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Comment yeah okay Amil Amil Watson and Tom Felton have known each other since childhood growing up together on the Harry potter set playing Hermione and Draco Malfoy ends up delta posted a picture of himself and wants and Instagram playing guitar in their pajamas and fans are speculating if there are more than friends but despite all this ET Entertainment Tonight reporting that Watson in Fulton are just good friends and they are not dating even though they're hanging out in their pajamas okay all right that's all the dirt this hour for more check out my talk when I was seven one dot com or download the my talk if they have some dirt thank you I talked to alert at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one thank you for joining us this afternoon and we wish of the end of a **** rapids a little league team best to block the very tough day of it yesterday at the World Series but in another chance they're taking on a team from New tonight at seven and if you want to watch that it will be on E. S. P. N. yes I PTSA wasn't eleven there's nothing but now I got to she's only the six girls in the league they can.
Lakers Are Leader in the Clubhouse for Anthony Davis Trade with Pelicans
"I wanna update to with how much free agencies talked about the off season talked about. Someone who isn't a free agent, but he's to be traded. His Anthony Davis now ESPN article that was released yesterday. The clippers Lakers Nixon nets no surprise have all inquired, about the pelicans big man's services, David Griffin, according to sources, and the CSPAN article his only timetable is to get a deal done before the draft. He is looking for an all star a young player with potential and two first round picks. I don't know if he's gonna get all that. But he makes it clear. He wants to build around Zion Williamson, we'll be the first overall pick in the draft and drew holiday, according to sources as they try to build a playoff team. Maybe the Celtics got in the mix as well. At this point, the Celtics most like the loose, Kyrie Irving. I don't think they're going to give up Jason Tatum. Jalen brown. And what else is that gonna be enough? Probably not. So it appears to me. Amil seat. They wanna make a deal with the Lakers Griffin's. Get care about all the prior BS. But it looks like the Lakers of the next of the most to offer what the Knicks Kevin. Knox Robinson and you have the third pick in the draft. Lakers, even though the young players perturbed that their idol and LeBron James wanted them out to get Anthony Davis to get Rich Paul client. And. Even though they were hurt by that they're going to go to that. Merry go round again. And you have to deal with it. That's what happens when you're professional, but I would imagine rob Pelinka genie Buston company to do whatever it takes trying to get Anthony Davis. And yet, the fourth pick of the draft. Yes. Young talent as well, Ingram coups Ma ball. You could get a deal done. So if I'm guessing Anthony Davis on the clippers. I don't think he's on the Celtics. I don't think he's on the nets the Lakers of the Knicks have the most offer
"amil" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"But that's first of all, this is our second of all doesn't didn't we learn that having chronic infection with helmets, creates inflammatory state, which is often leads to an increased risk of cancer, generally speaking, totally does. Yeah. So I don't understand. It's not there is not evidence that this is true in humans, it does seem to work in Amil models. Okay. Who knows it. Decreases, your risk of gastric cancer. But increases your risk of colorectal cancer. I'd. Oh, no. I mean you lose if you do you lose if you don't. Right. We'd never win. The bacteria always limb that is that's going to be on the gravestone of the humanity. Yeah. So in terms of gastric cancer, I thought people might be interested in some gastric cancer stacks since that's kind of the most serious outcome of h pylori infection. I'm definitely depending on what source you read gastric cancer is either the second or third leading cause of cancer death. Really? Yes. Wow. I know I didn't realize that it was so high either. So the first is lung disease lung cancer. Okay. That's the number one cancer diagnosis and the leading cause of cancer death. And then the most recent stats that I saw actually had colorectal cancer, causing more deaths than gastric cancer, at least in this last year. Okay. And this is this is globally. This is globally. Yeah. Worldwide and what numbers are we talking about great question? According to WHO, there were one point zero three million new cases.
Probing the secrets of the feline mind
"Is all about scientists during these social mind cats in other words, how do they bond with us? How do the Hemu the Cate with us? How do they have the kind of learned involved to live with us and people been saying this dogs for decades? But nobody staying cats are not had been till recently, which was very upsetting for me. Because I really wanna story the story about how how smart cats are. But haven't had the opportunity to do. So until now Ray I mean, that's my question. Every time we do a look how smart is an well it understands the world and social interactions, and I'm like what about cats? I have a cat. He definitely tells me things he wants for sure. And I have two cats cat owners purely a lot of the stuff to be true. But it's one thing to sort of seed in your home. So they're being tested scientific. Right. Your cat made tell you. It's. Hungary. They tell you wants to go out with different cries. Hey, but how do you capture that and say how it works in cats, more, generally? It's right. So we'll kind of stuff what kind of questions were they asking about cats when you visit. The this lab in Oregon. This is a lab out in Oregon, Oregon state university. One of these are trying to vote how emotionally attached cats are to do the pick up on our motion cues in one of the experiments. They do is they actually have researcher go into a room with a cat. You know, the cats kinda freaked out because the weird environment cats leaving their home, the owner of been leaves the room in the cats alone by itself and other cats even more freaked out right, then the owner comes back in Africa. Couple minutes and often the cat will come greet the owner want get loved headed by the owner and will often happens. The cat will start Goff and explore the room on her own. So the cap may be starting to look into crevices to sniff around maybe play with toys, and a lucky would see that say, well, the cat crew doesn't care about the owner of the owner showed that back up. The cat was at high the owner than the cat went off again. But actually, this is a sign of the cat is emotionally tach. The owner will be socially attached the owner because the Kansas simply saying you're here. I know you are trust you now it can go off and do my cat thing. I can go explore this room. I feel safe that you're here. So dash he does short type of motion bonding the cats have with us, and they many able to do this with different pairs of animals and owners exactly they stay show this consistently and different cats have different personalities, not all cancer going to do this. But the fact that some cats will do this suggests that this is something that inherently cats are able to do they actually have this ability to be very emotionally and socially connected with us. Is that unexpected considering that they are domesticated animals, you know, it's weird. Because in some ways, we would expect domestic animals to be somewhat comfortable around us. But clearly, there's a range. I mean, a horse or cower chicken, there's a different relationship there that we have cats and dogs. Pigs aren't sleeping in our beds for most part, and we don't have horses in our house, so cats and dogs, you would think they would have to take this to the next level. They don't just need to be kind of. -cially aware and kind of emotional aware of us. But you have to have really be tuned into. They have to know. For example, what we mean, we make certain gestures are one of the beams experiments with dogs is your researchers will point at one of two bowls or go gaze at one of two balls and dogs actually will follow this very well. And it's the whole idea was allow dogs must be like so tune into us that they know what our gestures me 'cause even ship pansies, we pointed something they don't know what that means a lot of Amil struggle with especially with the gays. Look if you just look really quickly at something. This is something that's been very rarely observed any other type of animal so dogs really taking that to the next level that turns out cats can do that too. So the fact that cats and dogs can do it may suggest that they have this social bond with us the social intelligence that a lot of other animals, even other domestic animals might not have other kinds of domestication are often for service or jobs like you're gonna be food. You're going to my field. But with cats it's been much more like your. You're gonna live with me. Right. And that's one of the really surprising things. Here's to because cats and dogs have a very different background dogs. They were very heavily domesticated by people think they were heavily bred to be workers and kept pan-ion's helping us hunt, and do all these very complicated tasks, and so the idea was will dogs must be much more tuned into us because we've done this very aggressive domestication with them whereas cats as you alluded to share we kind of just once cats showed up and start hunting, mice and rats. We just kinda let them be cats. We didn't do a lot of stuff with them in terms of domestication. And yet we're seeing the cats of all a lot of the same skill set that dogs have which may indicate that this is the skill set. Both animals really need in order to live, and he's very close kind of intimate situations with human beings. This is something researchers were really doing while dogs got their day in the sun. But what other labs are involved in what kind of questions are they looking at right. And so in whether reasons I wrote the story is because before five or six. Ago. There was very little being done at least in terms of social intelligence on cats. And now we're seeing these labs pop up all over the world. So this is lavon Oregon is lobby. Mexico's couple out in Japan is a couple out in Turkey and they're starting variety things like the gays steady. I loot it to also other ideas with social attachments, if you go into a room with a scary object with your cat like a fan with streamers of this fans. Streamers are coming out of it. We got a picture of it in with the story. This is gonna freak out cat you expect an an often does. But what's really interesting is the owner behaves very calmly around objects even tries to quote unquote, make friends with says what a nice fan and to the cat like between meet this fan. It's such a nice fan. What was remarkable is some research has shown that the cats actually can take on these emotional cues in is freaking out the actually approach the fan. I saw can actually go up to just lie down right in front of it. The scary fan with streamers coming out as the owner was being very calm and really projecting. This very friendly. Calm state of mind of the cat seemed to be picking up. On. And what does that mean? That means again that you know, cats and similar work has been shown with dogs that they're very tuned into us as to what we're saying. But also how were feeling these really pick up on this these emotional cues that we let out a lot of the seems like something a cat owner or some a cat aficionado is tuned into their animals kind of expect. But other bigger questions that they're trying to answer. Besides, you know, do our cats understand us and kind of get things. Sometimes we'll, you know, one of these beer questions is what actually happened the horse domestication out, which is cats and dogs, but with it some of these other animals, we've been talking about and if we can figure out that even cats and dogs have similarities may see something about inherently some of the stuff that happens over domestication would air. Interesting things is that there's this idea that human beings actually, self domesticated in than we used to be very aggressive on cooperative species. And that we found a way to be much more friendly cooperative with each other and something very similar. We know or we suspect up with cats. They also self domes-. Iq as humans had seen with very little role in their domestication. And yet they were able to figure out a way to become more friendly and more cooperative and more used to living around other creatures than their ancestor was and so it's possible that we can tease apart with happened in the cab mind, we can maybe shed a little light about what happened in the human mind as well now. All right. So as a as a cat expert was there anything that you was prising to you as you were business labs and reading this new literature. Yeah. You know, I think one of the things that surprised me is that scientists actually get brave enough to study cats because nobody really wants to study cats you bring a dog into laboratory and a dog for the most part is really willing to do whatever you wanted to do dog'll sitting at mar I sit an MRI, it'll do trial trial trial of experiment, whereas cats are gonna freak out even if you come into their home stranger or these will participate. There's the cats they're gonna walk away into the other room. Even some the early experiments were replicated because the people that did them were just so frustrated with working outs. And was really surprising actually, kind of nice to see. He now is that a few brave souls like this group in organic in some of these other groups are taken other shot at and they're finding new ways to try to get them to participate in the experiments, and because of that we now have papers that are starting to come out that are really showing revealing all these things about cats that we may have suspected, but we didn't really know for sure scientifically until now is any of this research going to help us better care for our animals will. So if you look at the article, we have a table called how socially smart is your cat. Oh, and you can actually do some of these tests mobile simplified than with the you do you can try some of the stuff at home and figure out, you know, does your cat notes. Name how emotionally bonded to you is your cat. Independent is your cat is your cap refer you to food or vice versa. So those a few relatively simple experiments. You can do to figure out not only does this mean for all cat kind. But what does it mean for your particular cat as well as you do these tests? I haven't done yet. I think we did a name. Name test, which I think I don't think we should are cast do Norte Duda their names. But we haven't done the other. You think your cats would be good test of a little? I'm a little afraid to test them personally. Mike has a freight of nothing, but he doesn't do anything. Yes. That's the other problem. So the two problems of cats are there either freaked out or they just really wanna have nothing to do with whatever you wanna try to figure
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Natural ingredients aren't always worth the hype
"What's the difference between natural and artificial ingredients. It turns out that from flavoring preservatives. A lot of times there isn't much of a difference at all, for example, the most popular form of artificial banana flavor is a molecule called eyeso- Amil acetate natural banana flavor on the other hand is a molecule called wait for it. I so Amel acetate chemically. They're the exact same thing. The reason you're banana flavored Laffy taffy doesn't taste just like a banana is that it's missing the many other flavor compounds that come with it. So it tastes one dimensional when it comes to flavor. The FDA defines natural as anything derived directly from plant or animal or from the roast. Heating or fermentation of that plant or animal? Artificial flavoring is anything. That's well, not that. But that's where it ends as long as you don't synthesize the molecule, you can pretty much do whatever you want to natural flavors in order to get the end result. You're looking for sometimes natural flavors can actually be more harmful than artificial ones. That's because when you distill compound from the real thing you risk taking some toxins along for the ride when you distill the almond flavor Benz Alda hide from peach in April cockpits, it comes along with traces of the poison hydrogen cyanide. When you make the exact same compound by mixing Amil acetate and oil of clove it cyanide free. But you still have to label it as an artificial flavor lately there's been a push for removing artificial colors and flavors because there's more consumer demand for so called clean labels that gets tricky with preservatives, though, since we add those to food to increase their shelf life. They basically keep microorganisms like bacteria and yeast from. Going to levels that can make you sick. The trick is finding natural preservatives that work as well as the artificial ones, and that can cost a lot of time and money. In the meantime, just remember that swapping out. Artificial ingredients for natural ones doesn't always solve the problem in the end. The difference is more about language and marketing and less about health and safety, some juices or natural. But so is snake. Venom just because it's natural doesn't mean. It's
"amil" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"'cause that's also like an aspect that I work on with people. So that that one did I did. So I found there was ways that I could still get in there and still do this talk at at their but not overdo it there. Where can I can do it in different ways just stayed in different ways and still get new people every single time the Y WC, China's massive with new members all the time. So it's still kind of a good gig to do. So that's kinda that's kinda where I started. I don't answer your question. Karen? Yeah. It really did instrument questioned in. And I know we're gonna continue on your journey with workshops from there as we go through this interview. But the one thing that I really want our listeners to hear that you're saying is once you made the decision to go in with more specific, gut health topics, and you really I guess embraced here. New ideal client, then you started setting yourself up for success with these workshops because just like the gut brain connection. Right. That's something. You know, you're working on in your programs with your clients. And you know, that something that these people with IBS are struggling with a lot of the time than you are setting yourself up initially for success rate from the get-go because you've got a topic. That they can go. Yeah. That's me. Yes. That's me. She gets me. And then when you talk about how to work with you further. Right. It makes total sense that whole flow is there. And I love that. That's perfect. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. I found it weird to when when I do like something on weight loss or something like that. And talk about a, but I wouldn't even bring up digestion. 'cause I'm like it feels weird right now we're talking about weight loss. Like, even though there is a link are links than I did briefly talk about that as well. But it was like, oh, let's work on your gut. Whenever I don't wanna work. I wanna lose weight. What I wanna do right now. So I definitely count it. We like it was definitely weird. Not an easy transition. Whereas the gut brain connection was so easy as easy than I get into talking about how I work with clients one on one about my my group program and things like out of all about that in what we do at that. So it's just such an easier transition and made I feel like it made more sense. It is wait made way. More sense 'em. So glad you said that because I think what happens sometimes when coaches are doing workshops, they start to fill nervous Amil awkward if they're not planning seeds along the way, maybe it comes to the end. And it's like, oh my gosh. This just feels weird now I need to somehow talk to them about my paid program though. So for you, can you tell us about your process for closing each workshop with some sort of call to action. So what do you lead them to at the end as a way to work with you? Yeah. So every single talk and workshop, I do now is I will do I have a handout for every single person. And I used to do before was the standard. Okay, come to the front afterwards and put your name on this list kinda thing and some people will do it. Most people would it. I'd may be get, you know, half half at a good day. If I got kinda half the crowd on their. But normally not not that many just like afterwards. People coming up in waiting in line to their name is just a little tiresome. So for every talk or worked I do. Now. There's a handout that attended at the beginning at the top. There is can you please share your home? Your biggest aha moment with me from mytalk by workshop, which is really great to see because it gives you insight as to what people are owning in on the big key areas because there's sometimes different than what you think they would be. And then there's an..
"amil" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Don't you think that white people are wider in Canada? I do because they don't get as much sun. Yeah. Ginger here. People gingras. You watch your new Finland. Probably you watch yourself. You take that word. Komo. Well, he was talking about Regina, Amil Graham. I'm all Graham. Anagram is that what I'm saying? They used to be funny papers grams anagram the jumbo so I'm talking about well. Even know what he's doing don't like ginger because this a bad jumbo anyway. Go ahead. How do you? How do you Canadian spiel about Hootie and the blowfish don't care? Don't care what you guys like, I don't think they're Canadian. They're putting on their first full-scale toward him rage. Well, some people just don't like Hootie. Okay. I think there was a moment in time where people are like they felt like. Okay. Nickelback fan either. But I just don't go to the shows. I'm not outrage sufi out there. I'm outraged every show will be packed and they're gonna make a lot of money wrong. Let me tell you what a couple of those guys in the blowfish. Yeah. Lucky because this guy Darius Rucker went off and became a superstar essentially stay there were going to be a one or two hit wonder from the nineties. They made a lot of money. The fact that they can get back together the Hootie and the blowfish crowd is some of the old crowd. And a lot of the new Darius Rucker. It's a way to see him in a different light. Who'd he's got the Hootie, and you've got the blowfish. Yeah. June first in Atlanta's Celera's amphitheater. Darius Rucker is tired of being called Hootie. No, people assume that he's the lead singer Phil is I meant. Yeah. So they started. Yes. But good on them new album coming out. I do now. Good on him there. Yeah. We have to go back to this Canadian couple of generally do not enjoy. We. I don't enjoy comedies such elitists. Well, they're not American, of course. All right. So I don't know. I'm not outraged Houdini the blowfish, I'm not going to go see them, and I'm not going to buy the record outraged. And if people are outraged about that, then they have a lot of time on their hands. That's he's. I don't even know. I don't know the catalog next outrage. Right. I'm not sure if this is just Martin Lewis, I get back. This is a story about Dennis Quaid revealing the he used to use two grams of cocaine every day before getting clean, that's outrace a lot. Oh,.
"amil" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Like, hey, what do you think about putting peer group together? I'm like, I think that's an amazing idea. The group isn't led by a therapist. They just get together and tongue. Started to explain the feeling that I would get in my chest. One of the members of that group said, oh, no it starts right here and pointed to an area on his chest. And it feels like crawling under your skin, and I apologize. I said answer. Did I already tell you this? He goes, no, I'm telling you what I experienced. It was almost identical. When they were all coming up through the fire service. This just wasn't talked about firefighter. Lucas back says he still struggles with these failings. There's one day I called him, and he could hear it in my voice. And so he just came right over and we sat and talked for awhile Bechtold, Brendan he felt like he was leading his family down. You're always could handle anything. And you were always superman. And now, you know, now, you're crying and military. And what happened to dad, you know? And then so I I always have been worried about that perception like maybe I don't make kids. I think that I'm hurt broken even Amil hurt in Brooklyn. Right. Fringe and says more and more people in his profession are now willing to admit they are a little hurt and a little broken to those folks in in the first responder community listening. It's a strength. Not a weakness to acknowledge those emotions and to the community members listening to this. Remember, we are human and we have these human emotions. A few months ago, Brendan stepped down as a system fire chief while he's still a volunteer..
"amil" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To make, you a healthier. Person right in this hour of the program excuse me get some, hydration I talked about being dehydrated in the. First hour of the program Sip of aqua here Much better, all right so anyway we'll talk about Hawaiian herbal medicine and other potential remedies that are. Alternatives to the over the counter are prescription that may may. Address pain very effectively Amil talk about other other ways that botanical medicine could be a benefit to you, not only for pain but. Also many other elements so Steve is our botanical medicine expert from the island of e you're listening to the mainland on the mainland, we broadcast from Honolulu but if lies in every so many months and is with us today to talk about. This all important topics so that's coming up after a few announcements and a few features coming, up later this hour it's our weekly health report, from, former, veteran TV news reporter dick all, Geyer on today's edition, the makers of pesticide the pesticide roundup will no doubt try to get around having to pay huge award that was awarded by a California jury this week order to or was, it just recently anyway details on that Then would you like a stronger memory when you reach your. Elderly years well decals some tips for doing just that plus new survey revealing the many health, benefits of owning a pet and we're gonna talk, about, pet, health as well as people health, here on doctor health, today all that information coming your way a little later in the program on the health report all right let's go to let's see what else are we going here fitness file, do we have Let's go? To matters?.
"amil" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"So lotta times I think that in look at vegetarians that lose a lot of muscle mass, which is very common, we beat a lot of them. Sometimes. At advance. They Alder missing amino acids because is not breaking down the protein. So you talked about pretty as and pretty is really interesting because there's whole bunch of different classes of those and plants naturally contain enzymes that break down those proteins unless you cook the plant or you store it wrong or all these other things. But they also contain enzyme inhibitors which are chemicals that stop them from working in. This is why people say, eat whole grains. Like, do you know what's in the outer lining, it's covered in stuff that keeps you from getting benefit so that plants babies survive, because if they weren't coated in that stuff, animals would eat the seeds even more than they do. And there would be the end of that species. So part of the problem I ran into as a raw vegan is I was getting lots of enzyme inhibitors while I was getting lots of enzymes. And oops, that's a bit of a problem. So there's an art mixing things or potential cooking things to remove the inhibitors, and then taking enzymes or eating a little bit of. The the raw stuff with the cook stuff to give you some of the enzyme action there which is kinda cool. But you talk about protease and there's a whole class of those things. But the other two that are worth mentioning for listeners our life as and Amil as walk me through those. Yeah, so Amil as is what is really the enzyme responsible for breaking down carbohydrates. So we were working with literally dozens of people who had type two type one diabetes. We put him on our enzymes, and they start using less insulin simply because they were digesting their food better through the automatic process. Lie pays is the fat, the enzyme that digest fats. So oftentimes, I believe what we, we coach over fifteen thousand people over the course of time from and we'd get them to submit their dad or ask questions if you get you start to see patterns. And I found that most people are gravitating towards a diet probably based on the enzyme deficiencies that they may have in. Countered either from their early childhood or that's been passed on genetically. So we started looking at that in and addressing first dietary components, and then getting into the enzyme to say, well, what enzymes will have x. amount effect. And as Matt said, proteins was the number one number one factor. And then for people based on the dietary choices that if they were, let's had trouble losing body fan, chances are they're going to do much better if they add more life as into their diet, or they have skin conditions, oftentimes a life as enzyme of very effective. Also, if they have trouble as we talked about carbohydrates or they get brain fog, Emily's is really good. So these type of patterns and enzymes you'd start to see and dietary choices. And as they would kind of clean up their diet and clean up their lives. All of a sudden flexibility would open up as their digest as their digestion improve our digestive strategy improved. So part of being.
"amil" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"You know, if you are warned that it's dangerous to leave the campfire at night, more children who believe that warning and accepted or going to survive to adulthood. And then piggybacking on this, you'd eventually have adult spreading religious memes by telling myths stories, folktales, and the beneficial belief in obedience mechanism that causes children to survive after a warning, not to leave. The Firelight also causes them to take these stories very seriously to believe them to pay heed to their values, but whatever the actual biological and psychological reasons for the emergence of religion. It leads to this question that we asked him Inigo of why some religions are more successful than others. I mean, there are tons of religions throughout human history. That have been invented and now they're extinct. And very few people ever followed them rights. They wanted to the ancient Egyptian religion wise it, why is it not survived in real tangible sense, the modern age wanted it not even travel well beyond Egypt and its own day. But even it was relatively successful time. I mean, think about all the variations on it or all of the other types of mythologies that got started, but never really went anywhere. I think of all the the colts that emerge that we know relatively little about a think of all the the Harrises that were that were squashed out before they could be really take on name the on heresy. Exactly. I think because you think about how we referred to them, we don't even refer to them as religions. They were just upstarts that were were were destroyed by the more popular and powerful models of belief. Exactly. So the question we wanna look at today is, could the variable success of new religions have any. Thing to do with the question. We were asking a minute ago, why some folktales and legends are more successful than others. Because Robert, as you mentioned a minute ago, what religions and folklore have in common is narrative almost all of the world's religions past and present have major narrative elements there based on stories. So even though there are other components to religions, we know there's metaphysical incentives since of meaning social inclusion and all that stuff. Since the narrative element is so common, wouldn't it be reasonable to guest that part of what makes a successful religion is containing successful stories, right. The right kind of stories that made me feel a little bit good and also make me feel a little bit bad and just the right way. Right. A good religious narrative. It it hurts so good. So this this could be wrong. I mean, maybe narrative is not actually a major element, but I think it's a very reasonable starting assumption in if this is the case that the success of narrative plays into the success of a religion. What makes a story that leads to a successful faith? Maybe we should take a quick break and then explore more when we come back. I'm Andy beckerman. I'm Naomi AC paragon, and we want to tell you about couples therapy. New podcast warehousing on the house stuff works network. We are a real life couple Amil comedians. And on our podcast, we have stand ups do sets together about their relationship. We feature sets for popular live show have in-studio couples and give you a glimpse into our own. Surprisingly, functional relationship. Step saying, surprisingly, never find couples therapy on apple podcasts or wherever you get your favorite shows, f y, folks hands on your kid's ears because there's some explicit content. All right. We're back. So that's the question. What sort of narrative, what kind of story is going to make religion successful or just make a story of a fairytale successful in general? Like what? What are the elements that are going to guarantee that it resonates in remains in human culture? Yeah, I guess maybe it makes sense to start with narratives and then see how this applies to religion. So it's time to explore the basically I would say the key idea of this episode, the idea of what's come to.
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"amil" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Uhhuh prisoners insult many but it's funny because it feels like you're a part of something that's different yeah and you're really not you're just it's the same sort of garbage let's say like it's the same sort of rebel stuff that's been going on since amil house you know where it's like we're different we're horny but we wanted to get drunk get horny we're not like other guys you know so i think it was mart i think the difference in chaos k and deadspin compared to deadspin certainly has gone through a lot of veterans where it was you know more mean or more freddie than it is now but i think even back in the old days with deadspin and especially ks k mart like it was good writing and it was smart even when it was being friday and kind of insulting and so that made it a place that was at least more enjoyable then going to just know a sports by brooks where it's really just boobs and and so i think it's interesting you wrote a story for deadspin a couple of months ago called the reckoning always comes and you talk about like the pivot that was necessary for you just because it came naturally to talk about the the post that you used to write the things used to write about the ways in which you may be insulted women or gay people or whatever because it felt like a joke that you could explain away with well comedy it's comedy and this is i am and and now you don't make those jokes anymore they're not necessary and you are sensitive to the way that it can create very real hurt for people who are consistently marginalized in ways that straight white dude's aren't what did it feel like to write that because i think the people that agree with you on that are i was reading it like yes yes this is this is good and then there are those who are going to be on it and say what to do like you're just you're just placating or you're trying to pander to people.
"amil" Discussed on EconTalk
"Does is it turns us all into gamers and this that i think that that's by the way that example so horrific a little bit skeptical about it because it's i understand the incentive to do that it's it's it's so ugly but of course as you point out this i i'm sure it's true doctors will refuse patients because they're afraid to search is to riskier the outcome won't go wellknown their success rate that gets published will look bad and then they won't right doctors and that happens that hap happens all the time once these surgical report cards were instituted by which by which surgeons rates of success were a success and failure were publicized so many of them at least some of them reacted by what we call creaming or cherry picking or selection bias goes under a number of names but basically means the same thing you take the cases where you're likely to be successful and you turn down the cases for example patients with a co morbidity and and complex situations where you're where the risks are greater and and so you're less late likely to succeed in of course the people that pay for that or the people who don't get up rated on which you don't see the metrics yeah but your point about amil says reminds me of something i've never seen but i suspect as true which is that i've noticed that airlines will tell you the scheduled arrival of a flight and and it seems wet of line with how long flights gonna take but i see that's because they keep track of how many times flight is more than a late flight is fifteen minutes or more past the expected arrival and so they built a cushite in to read their their their badly they're bad performance measure that's exactly the causal chain.
"amil" Discussed on Are You Real
"Welcome to our you real finding the authentic you the podcast that focuses on christians that are active in everyday life join in as we speak to everyone from successful business owners to educators to athletes about their faith and how it helps them reach out and revolutionize those around them to do the same and now get ready to roar with your host the voice of manifestation john fuller they were our nation john fuller here coming at you live from amil rillo texas and i am excited as you know we are starting the ru real platform bringing on multiple guess starting in january in one of the shows that it's going to be launched is one of my best friends musician builder he's multitalented he's got lots of skills but he's doing a show called ru real creative we're going to be talking about the arts and entertainment mountain and getting in mostly to music and will be bringing on musicians and other stuff talking about music so i'm really excited about that i don't want to babble on any longer so matt dietz my friend you ready i am ready mapra do this thing all right let's do it so mad why don't you tell us this is funny now that i think about it actually if people go accu were episode number one when we launched almost a year and a half ago so that's been a wild man the very first episode it has been on a minute for sure it's been a minute so i don't wanna recap everything but matt why don't you tell us just a little bit about yourself and then what you're shows gonna be about code you know for me i am anarchistic background grew up in the arts my dad was in music my entire life growing up in so you know used to travel and to are all over the country and being around that as a kid growing up in it and just being in a hole where entertainment tunnel with king it was just constantly entertain constantly music constantly something artistic going on and you know life had a real foundation of the arts so just background was it let me into a place places just really appreciating the arts appreciating music especially but all forms of.
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"That's one of the newest aquino's take on spiderman and that's him playing with talking eighths just like he did as a kid that was like what am i i obsessions as he can i mean i was upset i watched the movies on television whenever i could catch them because i had you know to young to see them in finland i would watch that television series over an i had they action figures which are still appear in my office ally sketch books that were i would draw the apes over and over and over follow my data around in the in the supermarket walking like an eight and and i'll and it was one of those things i just always wanted to be in that world i loved it ju keno scored dawn of the planet of the apes in 2014 during this scoring sessions for the new one war for the planet of the apes he set up the same 1968 cardboard play house that he had as a kid on both scores he got to play with some even cooler apes toys over here in this case cds mixing balls his here let's amil richards was one of the original all a precaution is on the very first plan of the aids back i must the 1960 seven or sixty eight found himself in a hardware store and he saw these'mixing balls on one of the isles any grabbed them and he started like just hitting them going on that sounds really cool and so that sound it such a distinct sound you can hear the original score for planete eggs is was gut majaad working on dawn of the planet behaves aimal came to me and said no i still have those mixing bowls would you want them mozambique yes i would want them so i put them in the score reuse them them when it was over he goes here take these you can have them and i was like are you kidding me.