19 Burst results for "Amygdala"

"amygdala" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:34 min | 3 months ago

"amygdala" Discussed on No Agenda

"Yes, to know what's in the meetups. If you've made it this far in the pod, then you know what they're all about. This is where nation gets together all around the world hangs out. It just has a good time. Discussed stuff, you do not have to be worried about triggering anybody. This just doesn't happen. A rare written report from sir Patrick of the order, this is from the snow quality snow quality meet up. Valley meet up. He expected two slaves. He showed up late and discovered 15 plus washingtonians indulging in camaraderie in the know agenda meetup spirit. We even had slaves from Tacoma and west Seattle in attendance. Thanks to all the new friends who came out, we'll do another meetup before Jay inslee finishes destroying the state or by year end or whichever comes first. And then he says, for atoms info only, which I will gladly read, there were four old farts myself in the way. Myself included who have been around since the daily source code days, most attendees seem to be converts from Joe Rogan. Also, no weirdos, you see, had Las Vegas or San Francisco meetups. They're not weirdos. Chemtrails were not discussed, but mask and Facebook hatred were. Okay. Well, thank you very much for Patrick, appreciate that. And I'm glad so many people showed up. Now let's go to the meet up from Cincinnati. In the morning from calf bru poreo. Sir Colin in the morning. Tyler, let's go Brandon. This is sir Scott from fort liquor, Dale in the morning. Thank you, John and M for keeping our and Nicholas large. As Tony sea from Virginia, I'm not a spook. Heart lock from the Cincinnati price hill, buddy. And John C, the freight trains are rolling by the brewery right now. Hey, what's up basil and gones? Thank you for your courage. Jared from Dayton, thanks for everything guys. Until this is stirred, let's make this the inaugural shrunken amygdala support group in Cincinnati. In the morning gents Christmas Cincinnati all have a good day. In the morning, wanna be siwan. The cheers. In the morning, miss Robin, from bright Indiana, stay safe in the morning. This is Emily, really happy to be here. Shout out to my family in Florida, who couldn't be here today. Stay safe. Stay safe. Yeah, a lot of staying safe, and these meetups are getting big. I love hearing about that. Indiana had the big ITM meetup in Greenwood. It was very busy. Hi, this is Mark from the beautiful green wood. Here with my smoking hot Greek goddess white Maria. And I'm so glad that we both to get together today and strength all of our amygdalas and have a little safety. John stay safe. And this is Maria, the other organizer. In the morning. In the morning, this is drew Williams from caramel, Indiana. This is Cindy sheiks from Carmel Indiana. Thanks for keeping me sane. This is Rachel from gosport, Indiana, a molder of mines. Hey, Scott from Noblesville in the morning, everybody. Hi, it's Sonya from peregrine Indiana and thank you for your courage. This is Bruce in the morning, John Adam. For Minneapolis. Hi, this is your monthly 22.2 month Giovanni. This is Kyler, Greenwood, Indiana, hi TM. Hi, this is Matt sands from new Palestine. I guess is the DoD employee I'm the spook. At no agenda social dot com. Probably a night, but I haven't done the math because it's racist. This is Emily from Ohio held captive in Indianapolis. I might be a spook because I work for Stevie P in the morning. In the morning, Johnny bravo here with my smoking hot wife and a couple of the government's children that I claim is human resources. You guys are doing God's work. Keeping people's amygdala, smaller than the Zika virus. In the morning, let's go Brandon. Let's go Brandon. Let's go Brandon. Sean. I love you. In the morning, everybody. This is Britney Baxter for Minneapolis. Josh bring her ITM. Wow, big meet up. A lot of people there in Indiana. Nice on your Midwest. Is what's coming up oh by the way, I wanted to say that I heard later that our producers from the swamp, I think they're from Louisiana. They came up to the meet up and I know that they came to the last really big Austin meetup and they drove for like 16 hours. And Tina saw them, and she was going to let me know that they were there. And then they disappeared. They left. The same thing happened the first time, but I didn't get to talk to them. So I feel really bad about that. And you guys need to just stand there and then hit me with something. Throw a spitball. Yeah, man. Don't leave. That sucks. I feel bad. Anyway, thank you for coming. Here's what's coming up on the calendar for the meetups today. Charlotte's Thursday third Thursday monthly meet up 7 o'clock at edge tavern. The Louisville Louisville, Kentucky, hopping meet up, Louise. Louise ville. Louise. That was very Freudian. That's tomorrow the Louisville Kentucky hop and meet up 5 30 at chili's in Louisville, Kentucky. Note, it's the 98th a RBA national convention, which means rabbits. Then on Friday, the Monterey seaside California meet up 6 o'clock at the sportsman club, also on Friday, the buffalo western New York State. Mac and cheese meet up 6 o'clock at Mooney's in tonawanda, New York, on Saturday, the Cleveland area fans of freedom, V two version two at noon at the winking lizard bar in beach with Ohio. On Saturday as well, Winston Salem North Carolina meet up two o'clock Little Richard's barbecue on Stratford road and the low country October amygdala check up at three o'clock at holy city brewing in North Charleston South Carolina dame Jennifer Buchanan, your hostess for that. She's the one with the mostest. And on the show today, Sunday, the spooky boo the Chicago amygdala massacre one o'clock at the north bar in Chicago Illinois and also on Sunday, the San Fernando valley three 33 p.m. the thirsty Thursday thirsty merchant is the venue for that. And of course, that will be the big celebration for our 14th anniversary. These are just a sampling of the no agenda meetups. They are for everybody, they're open, they're free, you can go, you can hang out, be yourself, she will not be disappointed. Or disappointed, even. And if you'd like to find one, go.

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"amygdala" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

08:18 min | 3 months ago

"amygdala" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"That Bloomberg report I told you about yesterday, the one that had Apple reportedly cutting iPhone 13 orders this quarter by 10 million units thanks to a lack of processors from Broadcom in Texas Instruments. Lots of forget about it today from the financial front. Apple three ran part of a note from Morgan Stanley analyst Katie Huberty if people are selling. She says she's buying. After saying that she and hers have heard nothing concrete about iPhone production bottlenecks, Huberty's note says regardless of whether supply challenges become more pronounced near term, we'd remind investors of three data points that support a by the view on the back of supply driven disruption. Those are said by the analysts to include preferential treatment from suppliers and ability to beat the odds as witness from the start of the pandemic through the end of 2020, and the customer base that will wait for iPhones to be available rather than jump ship. Puberty has an overweight rating on Apple shares, or a price target on the shares is $168. Coming in just as bullish as Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives. That piece from Apple insider gathered up the thoughts of a few analysts, including his, like puberty, Ives, things would be iPhone buyers will wait. Taking a step back, he writes 5 million to 10 million units moving out of the December quarter into the March quarter due to well understood supply chain issues is not a worry for us and ultimately speaks to a stronger demand trajectory than the street had been anticipating. He is double plus positive on Apple shares, his price target on the shares is $185. JPMorgan analysts amygdala says analysts should have seen production cuts coming or really that cuts should not be completely surprising. While every 5 million iPhones postponed is about ten cents off December quarter earnings per share in his estimation, those phones will eventually be made and sold. Quoting Apple insider, chattery notes that JPMorgan has continuing to see demand and interest for the iPhone 13 lineup, tracking better than investor expectations. He says the supply issues may only push the timing of upside for apple investors. He digs Apple shares in a positive way, his price target on the shares is $180. I have no use for Goldman Sachs analyst rod hall, where apple is concerned. He has been nothing but wrong on the company for at least a couple of years now. Apple insider chose to include him in their roundup for some reason. I guess it is worth mentioning that not every analyst is shrugging off the Bloomberg report, but E or is always going to be E or why ask him about the weather. Rod hall has a hold reading on Apple shares, his price target on the shares is $140. Now the punchline. There may be no iPhone production reduction. Mac rumors highlights a pay walled report from digit times that says component suppliers for apple's new iPhones have claimed no cut back in orders thus far this year. When it comes to product rumors, I tend to distrust digit times. When it comes to the supply chain, I don't know how far I trust the site, but what they say is worth noting. Even if the Bloomberg story is correct, it's not that big of a deal, according to oh. It's not that big of a deal, according to another report from Bloomberg. Earlier this year, a Bloomberg says, Bloomberg said that Apple had ordered roughly 90 million iPhone 13s through years and that would have been a 20% increase from the 75 million units that it is typically ordered in previous years according to the report. Lop 10 million off the 90 million and the latest Bloomberg piece as you're still ahead of where iPhone 12 was at a similar time in its initial run. Yes, there are things to worry about, but the Bloomberg report isn't one of them so says the other Bloomberg report. NDAs have ended for the Apple watch series 7 reviews. The verdict looks like Apple has another winner on its hands or your wrists. Apple must pull money quotes from a slew of sources, TechCrunch, the independent and CNBC, all see the bigger screen as a big improvement, I knew like the bigger display as well, though they don't see the need for an upgrade unless you're a sporting a series three or earlier. And gadget seems to feel the same way for any one sporting a series 5 or earlier. I didn't see one dang against the series 7 that I kind of felt as well. Apple and cider also gathered a number of reviews, including one from marques brownlee. Quoting the site. He is disappointed with the range of colors now available particularly for the base aluminum model. Apple doesn't offer a neutral color for the aluminum baseline Apple watch. He says, I repeat no neutral colored aluminum. I know some people might consider the starlight model pretty neutral he says. But it definitely has a warmer hue than a silver wood and midnight has a slight blue hue much more than a black wood. I wondered about that. I suspect the midnight model had in my way will be close enough to black or space gray for me. That would have been happy going brushed aluminum again, no. Anyway, if you're cool with the colors, brownlee says the series 7 is the best overall smart watch for the iPhone still. Make way for another big bunch of beta updates, apple inside around a couple of reports Wednesday, one of those says that the fourth betas of iOS, iPadOS and tvOS, 15.1, we're out to developers along with the fourth beta of watchOS 8 one meanwhile the other report said that the tenth beta of macOS Monterey was out to the same developer crew. If you're in the developer program, they are there for the taking. If you're in the public beta program, there is a pretty decent chance they'll turn up for you. Sometime today. Apple has taken the fight against sideloading to well I was going to say the paper, but it's the 21st century. That said, building a trusted ecosystem for millions of apps, a threat analysis of side loading would be 31 pages long if we did the whole paper thing. Instead, Apple three says the Cupertino company posted its response to the EU's proposed digital markets act to its site I have not read it yet. I can't even pretend I have the part pulled by Apple three, has apple making the same argument it's made time and again. Outside the walled garden, there be monsters. Inside, when monsters get in, apple can kill them. If side loading from third party app stores were supported, says Apple, malicious apps would simply migrate the third party stores and continue to, in fact, consumer devices. So goes part of apple's argument. I hope to read through the report in the coming days. If you'd like to, too, it's available through Apple cite. You can find that at Apple dot com slash privacy..

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"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

"Getting to know people who report directly to you so most of the time a lot of times what's really driving. What could give them amid. Delay hijack isn't even work related. It's personal in not discovering. That could be a problem but as leaders. We have to expect problems and eat them for breakfast. Is i always say i know there's a saying i wish i could remember who said it so i'll have to look that up but what you can do is really start to learn how to mitigate those problems because you're leading team they're gonna come up for yourself to as the leader. Everybody hit a lot of people. Look at leaders like okay. You're the leader and you got a great life and you're making more money and all those things were leaders are human beings also Is another topic for another podcast. But i i always interested in how some companies have this. What i call. Duality of leadership where they lead employees one way but managers and leaders and other way as like there. There's a tough love thing. Or all that. And i get there's more responsibility you're doing differently as a leader but all humans respond to recognition the same way in positive reunion reinforcement. The same way and things like that or we talking about career development. You disrespect the manager. Do whatever they need to do to to look the right way to get promoted things like that. So there's like this do holiday leadership thing going on. But that's another podcast. Like i said but for leaders. It's our job to kind of recognize first of all with ourselves. Have ourselves in check but also with our people so these amigo hijacks are very rare. His if you've got a lot of that going on there some deeper problems in your team. I can promise you that so couple of things. You can do six things you can do to really help yourself really lessen the chances that these big deal hijacks are going to constantly be theme throughout what your team is trying to accomplish the number one you got have the basics in place..

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"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

"I wanted to share those seven facts of you that of what it controls in even with all what we know. It's still something that's very much in the study phase of things so when you think about okay on a lower level meaning your is not damage. You don't have a neurological issue or you haven't gone so far down the road of addiction issue that you can't change it without a massive amount of of therapy counseling things like that but as a leader when you think about how you respond to things or how you are protecting your culture what you're trying to get out of your team. There are many things you can do to to really help kind of control that but back in podcast twenty one called. Which q are you and we talked about. I q in q in g. q. And how you show up. Meaning obviously you know what i q in the g. q. Yes is a reference to g. q. Magazine just how you look in. I can certainly get you in the room e. q. Is what keeps you around how people wanna deal with you and two months g. q. Is just all about image in that can control either. You can have a really negative image of an authoritarian image late on a law image a no. Bs image all that kind of stuff. That's really sabotaging who you're trying to be even in particular moment where you fly off the handle because you're just so tough you're just so straightforward or whatever that is in you really shoot yourself in the foot and not helping your team you can go back and check out cast twenty one about which cure you to really kinda dig into the differences in your intelligence versus your emotional side versus your image in how you show up in another podcast. It's helpful called creating legacy leaders. This one gets into how you build response codes build trust in seconds based on how you respond to people based on how you interact is that's really the essence of how your teams video you and if you're a leader. What about team hijacks. This is where if you really haven't set the culture the culture boundaries in you think about bringing your team a A new initiative a change in policy New project and all. We don't have labor hours for this or we don't have funding for that. Or how do we solve this problem without any more information. In right there you can have a minor one where he just griping about it or you can have people just flat. The handles are throwing files around or start freaking out. Because they don't have what they need in. You really haven't set them up for success if your team is really responding that way. We've got some work to do to get our team. Set up the right way so they understand how that team is supposed to function in how they should respond to each other knowing your own trigger behaviors that bother you as a leader may. Let's face it. The everybody looks at leaders. Like we're supposed to be these magical people that always know all the answers in were always supposed to be that person that is acting the right way responding the right way saying the right things and all that and we try but were human. We can't be that way. One hundred percent of the time and a lot of times. There's things that trigger you and they could be biases like how certain people are you complainers or people who don't want to contribute You medically dismiss them or things like that or it could be anything a lot of times. You know these behaviors bother you but yet you allow them to control your time. Control your thoughts in how you're gonna respond and maybe it's time to really sit down and rice of those behaviors Drive you crazy..

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"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

04:02 min | 9 months ago

"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

"That are in their in the depths of the anterior inferior temporal lobe and a little almond shaped region and part of the limbic system. They can actually find this in the they can do. Scans actually watch it. Light up when you're when you're stressed when you're when you're about to snap and doctors can actually remove parts of these things they've done these studies in monkeys and rabbits and things like that because every pretty much anything with the brain has some sort of a big deal and they can remove it and you can function just fine with that one. The problem is you know hunger feel fear so imagine like a rabbit not seeing an alligator not carrying liam no reference to that. So that's one of the things when you think about an amiga hijack when you kinda lose your your your self control. You don't really care what happens. You fly off the handle so again like you think the road. The road rage incident. An accident could happen. You kinda don't carry just so angry you just do it number. Two the one thing about the amiga is it's your fear factory for your brain so those are the things that when that kinda disappears you start to lose the sense of that your emotion start to change into what's going on and the big deal. Activity may represent the generational generation of emotional experience itself or it may reflect aspects of emotional information processing correlated with emotional experience because really it's started with the fighter flight but it also controls other emotions beyond fear that you almost don't care what consequences come along so number three. The amid also has a true mind body connection its ability to interpret sensory stimuli in the world because you think about your fear you may not notice something that could be something knows kinda funny but the walk in dark room in your face hits a spotter web and all of a sudden. Your ninja expert dislike flailing about because of that physical connection to your mental response. Number four is interesting. The damage to Can leave you hungry..

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"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

"Something doesn't even necessarily have to happen on your team or in your company just some traumatic event on the news and something you have to consider even though honestly it's extremely rare. It's just so tragic that if you can't help but wonder what if that happened here and sometimes you get people who just really go there and you kinda got a real impact but if you don't ever notice those kind of things in you don't ever real that back in you really can't help them and you kind of start losing over time so what you really have to do is get clarity with those closest to you. Know really look at what are those cultural boundaries. You set in really guard those you become the protector of those as the leader in other words like have you ever heard the saying. Show me three of your friends. And i'll show you you the closest people you hang out with you tend to be like in gravitate toward and act like well the same can be said for your mental mindset. Show me or tell me what. You're constantly ingesting mentally and i'll show you your mindset so you're watching social media constantly cable news constantly only one side of us constantly and it's gonna wear you out especially your watch cable news. Twenty four seven is. Here's the thing about the news and this is something. Ken blanchard said. Once which is just so accurate. It's on the news because it's not normal. If it was normal nobody would care. I think about the one car accident in very tragic is somebody was severely. Injured lost their life. That's news because it's rare you didn't hear about the other eight hundred thousand people in your city that made it home safe and sound. Nobody had a car crash and it would be bumped into each other. Nobody got hurt. But when you ingest what's bad about society or was not normal behavior all the time that's where your minds ago. Let me think about people on your team that are completely negative time. It's all you think about in so you can look at that as a show me what you mentally ingest all the time and i'll show you your mindset and these are some things that really wear on you but now we're talking about the In middle hijack meaning it you think about serious cases like rage just cut in front of they just lose it or any no you either honking their horns or their yellen their their break checking you like they wanna have an accident but also at work in.

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"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"amygdala" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

"Hey everybody welcome to another week. You're on the leadership lifestyle podcasts. So great to be with you. Your week has been fantastic in today. We're gonna get into the things about self sabotage. And you think about john gordon's leadership phrase that liters currency with people building trust and when you self sabotage things..

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"amygdala" Discussed on 2 Millennials Walk Into A Bar.....

2 Millennials Walk Into A Bar.....

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"amygdala" Discussed on 2 Millennials Walk Into A Bar.....

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"amygdala" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"amygdala" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Me to Earl status but have yet to claim a protectorate if the peerage committee approves R. O. at large continues to seem appropriate for me and I like the idea all that large so you get that my accounting is below and he's got the thanks for the amygdala protecting deconstruction twice weekly on Thursdays keep up the great work seventy threes so I put a girl at large for his title change yeah let large right got it done anonymous one two three four five six anonymous no jingles no karma that's moves things along thank you Aironet octane in Cambridge Cambridge shire U. K. Cambridge shire I said that what a Cambridge shop yeah I did say that I want you three four five six but this is that we're doing now we're dealing with some some serious to be serious donors your podcasts a good missed the perfect opportunity to make what would I was one of the most numerological special donation amount said did she even mentions in the best show in the universe this is that is until you make it to show two three four four six Hey John how many cars this is ever have I'm so I will mention I don't want to do it you know it is it's I wanna let overdue a bid for you out there who like numbers next show feminazi well this is also a few but not you one two three four seven not she is not one one but no no it is one two three five issue but not you're right yeah what yeah yeah for that add well we'll see there are many other interesting numbers before that I'm excited to listen to the show sixteen eighteen the golden ratio show keep that in mind by my calculations that will air sometime in twenty twenty four yeah Mr so just in time for my cats Monica what will be will be licensed by then firstly I don't hold out much hope we get more nation east pesos staying very strong as the virus progresses and we're actually really going to finally definitely absolutely brexit it may be twenty four maybe it's gonna be delayed may struggle to forget my nation west currency perhaps bitcoin will be the mainstream by then who knows anyway as always a huge thank you for doing what you doing keeping our amygdala smelt in J. and K. love and light B. R. net octane ahead then we have Sir David Duke of America's heartland in the Arabian peninsula who I think is still in Riyadh one two three four five six from him a consistent supporter of the show dearest Bhagwan and Reverend moon enclosed please find your cut of my contract completion bonuses I complete my year supporting the USA's military owned military industrial complex here in Saudi Arabia Hey it's a living he says since I'm stranded here in the kingdom apparently the some sort of white worldwide epidemic closes or something you should look into it that I went ahead and re up for a second contract the figure being stuck here in Riyadh with a paycheck is far better than the alternative yeah which should be free up to two GB how lawless and homeless visa less and roaming the streets scrabbling for garbage with packs of feral dogs and dodging the police who now have checkpoints established to control the movement of citizens apparently the checkpoints are because of various scrofula scofflaws not obeying the rules if you need a pharmacy or have to go to hospital you have to use the Saudi red crescent apt that you must download to your device these are all little Asterix he puts in the you must download it you have to find the closest place and apply for a permit to leave your home that being granted you have five hours to go in return I would like to know if that's a digital thing or fear that comes on your phone that said I've got no room to complain typical of western style compound it has elements of a prison such as the five meter tall perimeter wall perimeter wall but it's comfortable I get daily yard time in there no gangs John you'll be happy to know that there are bicyclists who since they can't obstruct car traffic voluntarily attempt to run over pedestrians as they whizzed around the two kilometer perimeter in any case thanks for being there for me during this year as the cornerstone of my middle management program in fact my head shrinking so much people think I've Zeca I just say no I have no words ruzica joke but I like it it's been a year to remember with highlights such as supper with Tina the keeper and Adam and best of all my lovely Smokin hot wife deducing a couple weeks ago she joined our weird tried it only took five years I love you day melody welcome no jingles but lots to go karma for all producers and none for the bag sorry get with the program people maybe we'll think about it thank you for your courage David Duke of America's heartland and the Arabian peninsula and thank you so much you've got.

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"amygdala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"amygdala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good to have you and congratulations on becoming the first Surgeon General of California the lady for your being in that position and gives us an opportunity to explore things even deeper that we have explored before this time of corona virus I'd like to actually begin by talking about this mental health initiative that you uncover new some have been working on there is a good deal of stress on stress in this and you have said that you want to cut what you call toxic stress have been a single generation I believe I'm quoting a correctly go big or go home yes ma'am this is sounds very ambitious let us know what you have in mind you yes so what we know is that stress and adversity especially when experienced during childhood things like experiencing abuse or neglect or witnessing domestic violence or growing up with a parent who has a mental illness or substance dependence all of these things activate our stress hormones including adrenaline and cortisol and that can change the way a child's brain and body develop and lead to increased risk of health problems ranging from L. as not to have frequent infections to depression and anxiety and that these threats can can extend all the way into adulthood in fact what we see that the national and global data shows that that an individual with four or more adverse childhood experiences is twice as likely to have heart disease with chronic lung disease and is dramatically at increased risk you know four to five times as likely to experience depression and now during the time of coronavirus we see that all of us whether we have predisposed vulnerability or not are experiencing greater strap and probably most of us can can recognize that feeling in our bodies right or maybe having trouble sleeping baby having changes to our appetite email having more trouble resisting that bag of potato chips and and it's probably I think many of us recognize some of the changes maybe in our our mood and emotion and our motion but it also you know the stress hormones fundamentally affect our health right and so we're trying to help people understand that that may be what's happening for them right now but also recognize that there are solutions and interventions that can help to reduce stress hormones and protect our health right now well you have compared to some of the leave to the effect on the amygdala all that brain actions fishing he's still developing brains and musicians to meeting a grizzly bear in the forest I mean you get all that action going in your physiological system and yet that kind of stress and you call it toxic stress I think appropriately many P. I'm actually looking at her coming here from a listener says is something wrong with me I was for for everyday life under shelter in place but what we're experiencing is a rise in some of the trauma because domestic abuse for example is on the rise we're reading about more people using alcohol excessively in other words these kind of toxic stresses have gone to a greater extreme in those times yes so what we understand is that this your tear this down he said that if there's something wrong with me my answer is absolutely not this is our biological stress response and in fact the point at the grizzly bear in the woods is that when you're walking in the forest and you see out there and you have the activation of your stress response the release of stress hormones triggering parts of our brain the amygdala that's responsible for feet all of those things that's normal in fact that life saving if you're facing a mortal threat so those are ancestors that didn't evolve this biological stress response they didn't live to reproduce but the problem is that when this stress response becomes activated too often too intensely or too severely it can go from being adoptive or life saving to maladaptive or health damaging and it can lead to an increased risk of health mental health and behavioral problems Dr Burke Harris I just saw a meme of the woman who is speaking to the camera and saying this is wonderful I'm with my family I'm staying home bound but we're learning all kinds of things and I mean that she started selling holding up signs like she was you know being held against her will and they're supposed to be funny but about how she was really going nuts I think there are a lot of people who feel with jobs lost with the kids at home and the difficulty of having more stress and more responsibility in the onus of responsibility on them many of them are working from home I'd like to get some recommendations from you how people can just see more sane and how they can really divest themselves to a greater extent or diminish their stress hello what we know and what the evidence shows that safe stable and nurturing relationships are healing and for those of us who are in safe and nurturing and loving relationships staying at home may actually be kind of a warm and wonderful time where the rest of the world has stopped but we recognize that that's not true for everyone for many people there need be family violence happening at home four minutes people staying at home and being away from their opportunity to make a lively hot right to dealing with the extreme economic stress for folks who are having to make the choice between going out and exposing themselves and to earn a low wage job because they don't have any other option than to go to work because if they don't work their families don't eat right or for those who have lost their jobs and are wondering where that next paycheck is coming from and feeling extreme economic stress from not I think that it's wonderful and for the families who are hunkered down and enjoying more family time that's really fantastic but those families who are under terrible stress and strain I had aspen snapping right that's right and it's you know there are many people who are experiencing significantly increased stress and strain what we know is that that human connection the connection of relationships it's absolutely healing so one of the things that's important is to reach out whether it is your faith community and and by the way in both directions if you are struggling to reach out to someone you trust to touch base with them by phone and.

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"amygdala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"amygdala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"During the epidemic and glad to have you back with us Nadine Burke Harris welcome good morning it's good to talk with you again good to have you and congratulations on becoming the first Surgeon General California the lady for your being in that position and gives us an opportunity to explore things even deeper that we have explored before this time of corona virus I'd like to actually begin by talking about this mental health initiative that you uncover new some have been working on there is a good deal of stress on stress in this and you have said that you want to cut what you call toxic stress have been a single generation I believe I'm quoting a correctly go big or go home SRAM dishes sounds very ambitious let us know what you have in mind you yes so what we know is that stress in adversity especially when experienced during childhood things like experiencing abuse or neglect or witnessing domestic violence or growing up with a parent who has a mental illness or substance dependence all of these things activate our stress hormones including adrenaline and cortisol and that can change the way a child's brain and body develop and lead to increased risk of health problems ranging from L. as not to have frequent infections to depression and anxiety and that these threats can can extend all the way into adulthood in fact what we see that the national and global data shows that that an individual with four or more adverse childhood experiences is twice as likely to have heart disease at with chronic lung disease and is dramatically at increased risk you know four to five times as likely to experience depression and now during the time of coronavirus we see that all of us whether we have predisposed vulnerability or not are experiencing greater stress and probably most of us can can recognize that feeling in our bodies right or maybe having trouble sleeping baby having changes to our appetite you know having more trouble resisting that bag of potato chips and and it's probably I think many of us recognize some of the changes maybe in our our mood and emotion and our motion but it also you know the stress hormones fundamentally affect our health right and so we're trying to help people understand that that may be what's happening for them right now but also recognize that there are solutions and interventions that can help to reduce stress hormones and protect our health right now well you have compared to some of the leave to the effect on a regular and all that brain action especially in these still developing brains and musicians to meeting a grizzly bear in the forest and then you get all that action going in your physiological system and yet that kind of stress and you call a toxic stress I think appropriately many feel I'm actually looking into coming here from a listener says is something wrong with me I was for for everyday life under shelter in place but what we're experiencing is a rise in some of the trauma because domestic abuse for example is on the rise we're reading about more people using alcohol excessively in other words these kind of toxic stresses have gone to a greater extreme and those times yes so what we understand is that this your tears Mr he said if there's something wrong with me my answer is absolutely not this is our biological stress response and in fact the point of the grizzly bear in the woods is that when you're walking in the forest and you see out there and you have the activation of your stress response the release of stress hormones triggering parts of our brain the amygdala that's responsible for feet all of those things that's normal in fact that life saving if you're facing a mortal threat so those are ancestors that didn't you call this biological stress response they didn't live to reproduce but the problem is that when this stress response becomes activated too often too intensely or too severely it can go from being adoptive or life saving to maladaptive or health damaging and it can lead to an increased risk of health mental health and behavioral Dr Burke Harris I just saw a meme of the woman who is speaking to the camera and saying this is wonderful I'm with my family I'm staying home bound but we're learning all kinds of things and I mean that she started selling holding up signs like she was you know being held against her will and they're supposed to be funny but about how she was really going nuts I think there are a lot of people who feel with jobs lost with the kids at home and the difficulty of having more stress and more responsibility in the onus of responsibility on them many of them are working from home I'd like to get some recommendations from you how people can just say more sane and how they can really divest themselves to a greater center diminish their stress hello what we know and what the evidence shows that safe stable and nurturing relationships are healing and for those of us who are in safe and nurturing and loving relationships staying at home may actually be kind of a warm and wonderful time where the rest of the world has stopped but we recognize that that's not true for everyone for many people there need be family violence happening at home for many people staying at home and being away from their opportunity to make a lively hot right to dealing with the extreme economic staff for folks who are having to make the choice between going out and exposing themselves and to earn a low wage job because they don't have any other option than to go to work because if they don't work their families don't eat right or for those who have lost their jobs and are wondering where that next paycheck is coming from and feeling extreme economic stress from not I think that is wonderful and for the families who are hunker down and enjoying more family time that's really fantastic but those families who are under terrible stress and strain I I'd aspen Saturday right that's right and it's you know there are many people who are experiencing significantly increased stress and strain what we know is that that human connection the connection of relationships it's absolutely healing so one of the things that's important is to reach out whether it is your faith community and and by the way in both directions if you are struggling to reach out to someone you trust to touch base with them by phone and.

Nadine Burke Harris
"amygdala" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"amygdala" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

"Woods. The matter with me podcast back. Thank you for staying with me up inside the Guy Pendleton Pendleton wool sweater. So comfortable and stylish and it makes me happy so I got that on. I mean this son. Things are okay but I just wanted to say it's been two weeks I've been in my house. I'm giving some walks around pretty much on the daily today. I finally circum walk without the chair. And that made me realize how much a missing the YMCA. And I'll get back there. I WANNA take this episode checking first of all. I got to give a big shout to Patrick. Thanks for checking in with me. Shoot me an email. He emailed me at J. O. H. N. A. Hopping World Dot COM Jay Chen at Hopping H. O. P. P. I. N. W. O. R. L. DOT COM John Hopping World Blackhawks Beth. My email address. Email me there and I will say what's up to you with Patrick. Patrick always the thing also want to give a shovel to rocky rocky is always listening in connected and shoutouts all the other people who listen. You know it's great TV from people and I wish I could hear from everyone but it's just the way it always goes in advertising right couple of people right you you know other people were listening giving down the same way. They just didn't right you so I want to give a shoutout to all these styling lurk irs. Thank you for this thing to the with. The Mavericks with me podcast. So right now you know. Multiple Sclerosis can get aggravated rape under stress and right now is a very stressful time. In the everyone functions worse under stress we start giving dominated in our brain by our Migdal Which is like our animal brain and it releases Cortisol Stress Hormone. It increases our fight or flight response. So we're not creating positive. We'RE NOT IN OUR HIPPOCAMPUS. Were on in the brainy partner brain. I mean we've talked about it. It's the part on top. Looks at your brain? We're instead we're all operating under stress. We all started operating from that weird little brain under our big brain your brain and so we're all stressed out in fighting a freaking out. At least I am. I mean it's a stressful time. I haven't been able to go anywhere. I'm Kinda like enough to animal right. I think looking around at the newspaper. It seems like there's not away animals on the prow right now in our culture and around the world and it's a lavish stress. It creates this dress it's bad for. Ms grabbed for many things almost anything. That's wrong with you. You could do without stress to deal with it you know it. People are not functioning their highest level rate now because of all the stress so I just WanNa say that out. 'cause FOR ME. I'm part of it. I am not functioning highest level and I have had mass like I have bigger fish to fry frankly than this global pandemic. I have a personal personal problem. We'll call ms that they he's going on has been going on a will be going on before during and after this big problem we've got in our world you know so. Everyone has their personal issue. Their personal crisis their personal stress. They're trying to get through and then as a culture. We have this huge problem at least in California world sequestered in our homes. You know all across the world. They've India their problems because of corona virus. You know my kids. My daughter has her hand in her mouth all the time. I think she's gotTa have SARS once or twice over by now and corona viruses. Probably something not to joke about so I'll just end not little routine there but anyway it's like kids aren't clean and nothing is clean around here. We're just trying to stay safe Requested forget all that other stuff right now for us. It's about washing her hands and being cleaned trying to reduce risk. And that's all we can do but we're having a lot of stress in this culture just seemed to be okay with that reducing our risk going on from there thinking with the brainy part of our brain solving problems. Not freaking out. So that's what I hope I can do. They give retreating into what's the matter with me. Podcast did another freestyle episode. Outsi- hanging out in the yard. I mean my chair. Gambling Yard is beautiful. The three months to Denver is covered in orange blossoms April Tree a starting to gate dream. It's still got a bunch of weight loss of Zahn me. The fig tree figs are baby pigs are born now and they're all over it. The tree has beautiful purple blossoms. And it's starting to give distinctive round me the blackberry coming Monkey flower orange flowers coming in several rows periodically the lobster tail flower. There's a lot of stuff coming in. It's very peaceful blue. Cnn this California Lilac against the fly back color anyhow. The Yard is very peaceful. And I'm here alive when I'm not inside teaching. My kids are playing elementary school teacher. I'm very lucky that kid do that. And not the Labor and that in the service industry because maybe people I know are in. They're having a very hard time in. My Heart. Goes out to them and many of my clients. Eight hopping hot sauce. Every single one of them is under pressure in their restaurants. You know what I mean and grocery stores. They're they're having a tough independent for the little ones and so everybody's under pressure. Everyone's got by Ming Dila. A TRAIN OFFERING FROM CAMPUS TRAIN. Have both fall botts elevated thoughts. I'm speaking for myself here. Man I want to be on a higher level. There's a lot of problems right now. In the culture I needed to elevate where I'm at bank through listening to the what's the matter with me. Podcast I hope you can find a way to avoid all this stress drama. It's like eating our culture in half. Shout me out in the email. 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"amygdala" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"amygdala" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

"All right what's up boys up. Thank you for tuning in to the. What's the matter with me podcast? My name is John on a husband. Father Forty years old older so fine NAM mass patient Mama small business owner and podcast or radio. Dj Not really much of anything except a husband and father right now. That's been focused for the past. Fourteen days I've been at my house. My wife has been doing their groceries stuff in the toilet paper war all this stuff. It sounds horrible. Home with my kids to me We go out on a walk in usually. I used my wheelchair and it goes around. My neighborhood told you about that last time. We're still pretty much doing that. Every day I had the zoo. Chaffetz my kids fool all on a second to go about here Sunday shining but the winding starting to below.

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"amygdala" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

16:12 min | 2 years ago

"amygdala" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's a pleasure to be here leisure to have you my sense is that when it comes to a sea surface you're a bit you're bit of a skeptic is that a fair assessment yes and no I guess that's a skeptical answer to I do believe there are unidentified creatures swimming in the ocean I just don't think every single thing tagged as a C. months there is a sea monster the part of the problem is this is Florida where hyperbole is getting for you had you know the giant castle with the big mouse running around it we had tourism that basically tried to pull you off the street road you were going down to Key West you were going to Miami so you had little tourist areas and if you went fishing you didn't catch a big fish you caught us the monster and it got to the point around the turn of the century that it was a running joke in Miami that they knew it was officially the start of Taurus season because the papers were running the first report of a sea monster for the year so yes and no I mean there are things out there in fact I've got I'm developing a little bit of a theory the further I go with these books but half of the stuff in the book is mistranslation or misidentification or just find wrong so I'm willing skeptic how's that that's affairs that's fair enough one of the things I like about the way you approach topics is context is all important perspective is all important and and to that end I I just wanted to revisit a conversation you and I had not too long ago about the lakes a psychology professor Michael person Jr who is who I tried not to far north of from where I'm sitting and in his theory the call tectonic strain theory which offers up a fascinating prosaic explanation for it's not related to sea serpents but it's a present explanation fascinating on the less that might explain a lot of paranormal activity yes and I probably will get a lot of trouble for that too but let's do it person juror who are Persinger I'm never sure how it's pronounced I was experimenting with the brain specifically the temporal lobe the amygdala hippocampus these are the parts of the brain that contribute to a sense of self in relationship to time and space all the connections between these brain structures sort of allow complex memories to sort of control your experience and the important word here is based on your personal frame of reference now what the good doctor found was that the hippocampus could be changed you could it was a little bit of an electric energy and it would create new memories that are false but you are remembering them as if they are real and it was creating an effect where the conviction that something that you couldn't quite remember it happened that was significantly meaningful and deeply personal now what what's happening is a phenomena he called a temporal lobe transient or T. L. T. it's basically a little electrical display in the brain it's best way to explain it is it's a micro seizure the more of your brain that's affected by these T. L. teas the more complex your response is afterwards common effects include a sense of divine guidance or divine religion I mean you suddenly become very deeply religious less in active displays deja vu recurring vivid dreams memory blanks and aid just in this is an interesting one that I have actually was re reading my notes after our last chat distortion in the order of events in your head which yields now reinterpret as precognition hi interesting now these T. L. teas can be self induced you can climb to a mountain top and meditate you can fast you can use psychedelic drugs basically that's describing a vision quest what right okay I'm with you so far was interested in was environmental triggers he had it wasn't part of his main work but what he was finding was that they seem to be a pattern of UFO sightings right after earthquakes now we're not talking big earthquake split the earth buildings falling over just small localized tremors that you might even not notice right seismic activity yeah reminder seismic this is the six minor quakes were causing a transient geophysical field now basically in high tech terminology that's a localized changing the electromagnetic field and it's caused by the tectonic stress on the earth it's pushing up against itself with the fault lines and it's often accompanied by PA's electricity which is certain crystals under pressure produce electric voltage the most common of which is courts so this tectonic pressure is pushing and stretching the earth's crust and you get these little electromagnetic discharges and they can also include visible energy because of the PA's electric discharge an earthquake light or Ghostlight if you prefer a luminous effect a luminous effect would would ball lightning be part of that depending on the witness some ball lightning actually is lightning the problem is it's become more allafrica catch all phrase right a lot of this has a lot of descriptions I see of the earthquake lights are closer to sell thing Elmo buyer okay so in other words a little island luminosity during this during the seismic activity particularly in is where you have rock born rock bearing quartz correct and and this crystal is under pressure from the seismic activity is creating luminous affects but it's also having an effect on on our brains which are electromagnetic organs essentially run a run a magnet across your computer see how it likes it exactly good analogy now so this electromagnetic change stimulates the brain triggers the TLT and then your brain has this activity it doesn't recognize and it has to interpret it as a memory which is then places within your personal history now in ancient times if you had one of these encounters you had a vision sudden emotional change a message from god or an angel visiting you if the Kurds once it's a personal vision if it happens in the same place over and over again to enough people it becomes a sacred site and if you look at the number of ancient religious centres temples and shrines that are located on fault lines it suddenly starts making a little more sense all that's fascinating so for example the the oracle of Delphi that that temple may have been located on a fault line I don't know if that's the case or not many of you have to look at a map myself right but but many of the the cathedrals across Europe would they be possibly located on fault lines yes and again it is our fault lines that are going to cause the building to crumble sundae they're just minor little scars the best example I can give you is America's Stonehenge up in north Salem New Hampshire that is part of the Clinton Newberry fault line it's just a giant spider web of tiny little faults and it's like plucking a guitar string you have an earthquake in off the coast of save Newberry down the road and it vibrates up and down these old fault lines I wouldn't that be interesting also day to to plot on a map clusters of UFO sightings to see if they also correspond to fault lines that's where Persinger was going but he really didn't have a lot of work in the field it was really peripheral to his main thrust so he has a very small sampling enough to suggest this needs to be done research to but he didn't I I think he had a couple hundred examples and have how many thousands of UFO sightings have they've been over the years right and and again this isn't to disqualify all UFO sightings are all spiritual experiences as as you know it tectonic string theory I don't know I'm just not but this might explain some of them at least well let's put it into a martyr a modern times you can still have these claims of messages from god if you had that the transit the LTE but let's let's look at it you you can't you see a bright light and then you're trying to remember what just happened you had memory gaps but you're certain you experience something meaningful as you try to make sense of it your frame of reference is what brings you to the conclusion that this was a visit from an angel or if that light was a UFO therefore because of these gaps in your memory you must've been abducted your brain with all these various random firings it's trying to make sense of reconstruct a memory that supports what it has based on your frame of reference that you are one hundred and one percent positive actually happened again it doesn't explain all UFOs it doesn't explain all of the options it doesn't explain all angelic visitation but it might help us them out the ones we need to be concentrating on right in in what always strikes me about these these theories is that they are prosaic explanation of the supernatural but there ought to me almost as fascinating as the supernatural explanation yes and of course what I find most interesting is this wasn't his intention Dr Persinger he's he's looking at what the brain does and how it does it and how it affects you UFOs are just sort of collateral damage collateral damage indeed now this doesn't necessarily have anything to do with sea serpent although you kind of take that approach when you're examining these legends because you're looking for the prosaic explanation correct was it a Sherlock Holmes quote when you eliminate all the improbable whatever's left no matter how impossible must be the solution I guess or or certainly our boy I must have butchered that somebody but yes I mean a lot of particularly in Florida which has a very high tourism right you see people who have never encountered some of the the local flora and fauna the best examples are there are sea monster reports that are unquestionably manatees and nine times out of ten these are people who will say I've seen a manatee I know what a manatee looks like that wasn't a manatee and it was a manatee there just that they've never seen one from the surface they seen them in a tank at sea world or Disney world or wherever they are right now one is the alligator gar which is a living fossil yes okay nasty critter it's got a the fish kind of built like a surgeon but it's got an alligator shaped now and it's fast and it's big and it's not scared of you so if you were to run across one of those and there are a lot of sea monster reports that describe the head as alligator like the alligator gar this is a fresh water species yes yes are in how big you said they're largely because alligator gar I don't have the numbers in front of me but you can see a six seven eight footer they're not common anymore we've over fished everything an alligator gars get killed off not because they're good eaten but because they're in the way would they would they attack a human in the water not that I've ever seen well none of them survived to tell us anyway but they do not seem to be inclined to go after things bigger than them but accidents do happen you get there you get in the way of them pursuing prey with your robot door you see one on the shore and up and they are leapers so they can jump right out of the water so you can see something big and flying out of the water with an alligator shapes now I can see where you might want to call that a sea monster right you gonna stand up and take notice for sure did god's word is with us and his brand new book is sun sand and sea serpents and that's just available on as pre order as a pre order like within the last couple of days I believe correct it has gone up it it is taking pre orders on Amazon the publisher also has an anomalous books so yes we're about ready to release on an unsuspecting world all right now we've got a got a couple minutes here to the the break at the bottom of the hour but I wanted to start a discussion on the lobsters and once we've we we hit the break will continue afterwards but let's let's talk about Gloucester's here just for a minute what what are Gloucester's I go after to use the technical term is a lump sum it's a that's a massive organic material it washes up on the shore and what differentiates a globs there from a carcass is that a carcass has sufficient skeleton features are body parts to identify it a co ops there by definition is an identifiable it's just a the mass the term was actually coined by Ivan Sanderson who's one of the elder statesman of cryptozoology hi.

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"amygdala" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

16:11 min | 2 years ago

"amygdala" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It's a pleasure to be here leisure to have you my sense is that when it comes to a C. service you're a bit you're bit of a skeptic is that a fair assessment yes and no I guess that's a skeptical answer to I I believe there are unidentified creatures swimming in the ocean I just don't think every single thing tagged as a sea monster is a sea monster the part of the problem is this is Florida where hyperbole is getting for you had you know the giant castle with the big mouse running around it we had tourism that basically tried to pull you off the street road you were going down to Key West you were going to Miami so you had little tourist areas and if you went fishing you didn't catch a big fish you caught us sea monster and it got to the point around the turn of the century that it was a running joke in Miami that they knew it was officially the start of Taurus season because the papers were running the first report of a sea monster for the year so yes and no I mean there are things out there in fact I've gotten developing a little bit of a theory the further I go with these books but half of the stuff in the book is mistranslation or misidentification or just plain wrong so I'm willing skeptic how's that that's a Ferris that's fair enough one of the things I like about the way you approach topics is context is all important perspective is all important and and to that end I I just wanted to revisit a conversation you and I had not too long ago about the lakes a psychology professor Michael Persinger who's I tried not to far north of from where I'm sitting and in his theory called tectonic strain theory which offers up a fascinating prosaic explanation for it's not related to sea serpents but it's a present explanation fascinating on the less that might explain a lot of paranormal activity yes and I probably will get a lot of trouble for that Terry too but let's do it person Jr R. Persinger I'm never sure how it's pronounced I was experimenting with the brain that are specifically the temporal lobe the amygdala hippocampus these are the parts of the brain that contribute to a sense of self in relationship to time and space all the connections between these brain structures sort of allow complex memories to sort of control your experience and the important word here is based on your personal frame of reference now what the good doctor found was that the hippocampus could be changed you could it was a little bit of an electric energy and it would create new memories that are false but you are remembering them as if they are real and it was creating an effect where the conviction that something that you couldn't quite remember it happened that was significantly meaningful and deeply personal now what what's happening is a phenomena he called a temporal lobe transient or T. L. T. it's basically a little electrical display in the brain it's best way to explain it is it's a micro seizure the more of your brain that's affected by these T. L. teas the more complex your response is afterwards common effects include a sense of divine guidance or divine religion I mean you suddenly become very deeply religious less in active displays deja vu recurring vivid dreams memory blanks and a distance this is an interesting one that I have actually was re reading my notes after our last chat distortion in the order of events in your head what you'll do now reinterpret as precognition hi interesting now these T. L. teas can be self induced you can climb to a mountain top and meditate you can fast you can use psychedelic drugs basically that's describing a vision quest what right okay I'm with you so fire was interested in was environmental triggers it wasn't part of his main work but what he was finding was that they seem to be a pattern of UFO sightings right after earthquakes now we're not talking big earthquake split the earth buildings falling over just small localized tremors that you might even not notice right seismic activity yeah reminder seismic this is these minor quakes were causing a transient geophysical field now basically in high tech terminology that sell localized changing the electromagnetic field and it's caused by the tectonic stress on the earth it's pushing up against itself with the fault lines and it's often accompanied by PA's electricity which is certain crystals under pressure produce electric voltage the most common of which is courts so this tectonic pressure is pushing and stretching the earth's crust and you get these little electro magnetic discharges and they can also include visible energy because of the PA's electric discharge an earthquake light or Ghostlight if you prefer a luminous effect a luminous effect would would ball lightning be part of that depending on the witness some ball lightning actually is lightning the problem is it's become more allafrica catch all phrase right a lot of this has a lot of descriptions I see of the earthquake lights are closer to sell thing Elmo buyer okay so in other words luminosity during this during the seismic activity particularly in is where you have rock born rock bearing quartz correct and and this crystal is under pressure from the seismic activity it's creating luminous effects but it's also having an effect on on our brains which are electromagnetic organs essentially run a run a magnet across your computer see how it likes it exactly good analogy now so this electromagnetic change stimulates the brain triggers the TLT and then your brain has has this activity it doesn't recognize and it has to interpret it as a memory which it then places within your personal history now in ancient times if you had one of these encounters you had a vision sudden emotional change a message from god or an angel visiting you it is occurs once it's a personal vision if it happens in the same place over and over again to enough people it becomes a sacred site and if you look at the number of ancient religious centres temples and shrines center located on fault lines it suddenly starts making a little more sense that's fascinating so for example the the oracle of Delphi that that temple may have been located on a fault line I don't know if that's the case or not many of you have to look at a map myself right but but many of the the cathedrals across Europe would they be possibly located on fault lines yes and again it is our fault lines that are going to cause the building to crumble sundae they're just minor little scars the best example I can give you is America's Stonehenge up in north Salem New Hampshire that is part of the Clinton Newberry fault line it's just a giant spider web of tiny little faults and it's like plucking a guitar string you have an earthquake in off the coast of save Newberry down the road and it vibrates up and down these old fault lines that would be interesting also day to to plot on a map clusters of UFO sightings to see if they also correspond to fault lines thanks for Persinger was going but he we really didn't have a lot of work in the field it was really peripheral to its main thrust so he has a very small sampling enough to suggest this needs to be done research to but he didn't I I think he had a couple hundred examples and have how many thousands of UFO sightings have there been over the years right and and again this isn't to disqualify all UFO sightings are all spiritual experiences as as you know it tectonic string theory I don't know I'm just really not but this might explain some of them at least well let's put it into a martyr a modern times you can still have these claims of messages from god if you had that the transit DLT but let's let's look at it you you can't you see a bright light and then you're trying to remember what just happened you had memory gaps but you're certain you experience something meaningful as you try to make sense of it your frame of reference is what brings you to the conclusion that this was a visit from an angel or if that light was a UFO therefore because of these gaps in your memory you must've been abducted your brain with all these various random firings it's trying to make sense of reconstruct a memory that supports what it has based on your frame of reference that you are one hundred and one percent positive actually happened again it doesn't explain all UFOs it doesn't explain all of the options it doesn't explain all angelic visitation it it might help us them out the ones we need to be concentrating on right in in what always strikes me about these these theories is that they are prosaic explanation of the supernatural but there ought to me almost as fascinating as the supernatural explanation yes of course what I find most interesting is this wasn't his intention Dr Persinger he said he's looking at what the brain does and how it does it and how it affects you UFOs are just sort of collateral damage collateral damage indeed now this doesn't necessarily have anything to do with sea serpents although you kind of take that approach when you're examining these legends because you're looking for the prosaic explanation correct was it a Sherlock Holmes quote when you eliminate all the improbable whatever's left no matter how impossible must be the solution I guess or or certainly our boy I must have butchered that somebody but yes I mean I want to particularly in Florida which has a very high tourism rate you see you see people who have never encountered some of the the local flora and fauna the best examples are there are sea monster reports that are unquestionably manatees and nine times out of ten these are people who will say I've seen a manatee I know what a manatee looks like that wasn't a manatee and it was a manatee there just that they've never seen one from the surface they seen them in a tank at sea world or Disney world or wherever they are right now one is the alligator gar which is a living fossils yes okay and nasty critter it's got it the fish kind of built like a surgeon but it's got an alligator shaped smell and it's fast and it's big and it's not scared of you so if you were to run across one of those and there are a lot of sea monster reports that describe the head as alligator like the alligator gar this is a fresh water species yes yes are in helping you said they're largely because alligator gar I don't have the numbers in front of me but you can see a six seven eight footer they're not common anymore we've overfished everything an alligator gars get killed off not because they're good eaten but because they're in the way we date would they attack a human in the water not that I've ever seen well none of them survived to tell us anyway but they do not seem to be inclined to go after things bigger than them but accidents do happen you get there you get in the way of them pursuing prey with your robo door you see one on the shore and up and they are leapers so they can jump right out of the water so you can see something big and flying out of the water with an alligator shapes now I can see where you might want to call that a sea monster right you gonna stand up and take notice for sure did god's word is with us and his brand new book is sun sand and sea serpents and that's just available on as pre order as a pre order like within the last couple of days I believe correct it has gone up it it is taking pre orders on Amazon the publisher also has an anomalistic books so yes we're about ready to release on an unsuspecting world all right now we've got to come a couple minutes here to the the break at the bottom of the hour but I wanted to start a discussion on the lobsters and once we've we we have to break we'll continue afterwards but let's let's talk about Gloucester's here just for a minute what what are Gloucester's I go after to use the technical term is a lump sum it's a that's a massive organic material it washes up on the shore and what differentiates a globs there from a carcass is that a carcass has sufficient skeleton features are body parts to identify it a co ops there by definition is an identifiable it's just a the mass the term was actually coined by Ivan Sanderson who's one of the elder statesman of cryptozoology.

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"amygdala" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"amygdala" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Reward you for he fission thinking and the type of thinking that will help you survive in the long run and also help society at large that's what tickling the make of is all about doesn't do you make your law also allow for E. S. P. and other paranormal events well they make the merge really part of what's called the limbic system which is kind of the mid section of your brain what is commonly called the mammal brain a doctor Paul maclean back in the sixties divided the brain up into three sections he called the innermost part the reptile brain which competes very basic survival and then there's this middle layer called the limbic system of which the amygdala is part and that's that's involved in emotional response and then the outer layer and the whole front thirty do brain is called the frontal lobe so so the when you talk about paranormal abilities and extrasensory perception it's believed that those are mostly a result of using the more advanced part of your brain the frontal lobe and paranormal abilities nexus sensory perception and really extensions of your normal fences so the new delight in fact just let him know that you're using those advanced part of your brain by giving you a reward but I'd say ESPN paranormal is really computed in the frontal lobes and this is what bring researcher TV bingo believed for for the longest time Neil you were mentioning Denver anything going on up that way for you not really I mean we're just really been enjoying the the the end of summer and which were getting into fall things here really beautiful up here in the weather if you go into the mountains is is wonderful and and we like to get away once in awhile and will probably have to announce again on on on Saturday do more get away in resetting of the brain that kind of thing I get up there a few months a tape are beyond belief shows an adulteress right there are one and and we did a couple shows in boulder for beautiful yeah and you know you've got a you've got it a photo you.

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"amygdala" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"amygdala" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And the type of thinking that will help you survive in the long run and also help society at large that's what tickling the make of is all about doesn't do you make your law also allow for E. S. P. and other paranormal events well they make them as really part of what's called the limbic system which is kind of the mid section of your brain what is commonly called the mammal brain a doctor Paul maclean back in the sixties divided the brain up into three sections he called the innermost part the reptile brain which competes very basic survival and then there's this middle layer called the limbic system of which the amygdala is part and that's that's involved in emotional response and then the outer layer and the whole front thirty do brain is called the frontal lobe so so the when you talk about paranormal abilities and extrasensory perception it's believed that those are mostly a result of using the more advanced part of your brain the frontal lobe and paranormal abilities nexus sensory perception and really extensions of your normal fences so the new delight in fact just let him know that you're using those advance part of your brain by giving you a reward but I'd say ESPN paranormal is really computed in the frontal lobes and this is what bring researcher TV legal believed for for the longest time Neil you were mentioning Denver anything going on up that way for you not really I mean we're just really been enjoying the the the end of summer and which were getting into fall things here are really beautiful up here in the weather if you go into the mountains is is wonderful and and we like to get away once in awhile and will probably have to announce again on on on Saturday the th more get away in resetting of the brain that kind of thing I get up there a few months a tape are beyond belief shows an adulteress right all right and and and we did a couple shows in boulder for beautiful yeah and you know you've got a you've got a a photo you.

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Can You Live Without a Working Amygdala?

BrainStuff

05:15 min | 2 years ago

Can You Live Without a Working Amygdala?

"Can you live without the umbrella but let's back up a tiny step. What is the umbrella located deep within the brain's temporal lobes since an almond shaped massive cells or nuclei? That's your Magdala. It's a bit misleading to think of the structure as one single unit since there are actually two parts to it each one located in opposite hemispheres of the brain but for general purposes the distinct halves are considered as one part of the LIMBIC system or which are the brain structures involved in matters offers of emotions and motivations the Magdala specifically associated with memory storage and the processing of emotions like anger pleasure and Yep. You guessed it fear one major part of the amid Liz role is its responsibility in fear conditioning and associated learning process that allows us to learn through repeated experience to be scared of something that learning process happens because experiences change our brain circuitry and four new memories. This concept was pretty clearly illustrated in a nineteen. Eighteen twenty experiment which was totally unethical by today's standards involving an eleven month old infant known as a little Albert Scientists John Watson and Rosalie Rayner wanted to see what would happen if they paired Albert's perfectly natural fear of loud noises with stimulus. He seemed to be pretty neutral about in this case a white rat watson and rayner allowed Albert to reach for the rat and every time he did they struck a hammer against a steel bar after sadden repetitions of this pairing Albert started bursting into tears. Here's the very sight of the rat no hammer needed because of this fear conditioning his amid had linked the disturbing noise with the neutral stimulus and the ladder now elicited fear without the former unfortunately for poor Albert and again this type of experiment would not go down today. The experiment led him to develop a generalized fear of things that even resembled the white rat so white coats and white dogs would freak him out too but backed patient S._M.. On the surface her fearlessness seems seems kind of funny charming. Even her kids even got a kick out of it. Her eldest son once wrote me and my brothers see the snake on the road. I was like holy cow. That's a big steak. Well mom just ran over there and picked it up and brought it out of the street and put it in the grass and let. Go on its way. She would always tell me how she was scared of snakes and stuff like that but then all of a sudden she's fearless up them but while navigating life without anxiety may seem somewhat exciting and patient as m has made it clear that a person can survive perfectly well without intact Amanullah the absence of natural fear can be dangerous even potentially fatal a complete lack of suspicion or distrust meant S._M.. was vulnerable in many ways once while walking through a small park at ten pm a man accosted S._m.. And held knife to her throat according to researchers quote in the distance she could hear the church choir singing. She looked at the man and confidently replied. If you're going to kill me you're going to have to go through my gods angels. I the man suddenly let her go and if that wasn't strange enough S._M.. Didn't flee the scene. She simply walked home and she walked past the same park the next day and showed no signs of fear or avoidance. She just didn't have it in her. That wasn't the only time S._M.. Walked right into seriously risky situations emerged unscathed and unbothered researchers say she was once physically accosted by a woman twice her size. She was nearly killed an act of domestic violence and on more than one occasion. She's been explicitly threatened with death. What stands out most? Is that in many of these situations. Situations S._M.'s life was in danger it. Her behavior lacked any sense of desperation or urgency but while S._M.. Has Been held up as the prime example of fearless emiddle less life more recent research has indicated that the connection between the a two characteristics isn't so clear according to a study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience people with damaged big delays did still report feelings of intense fear and some even felt more fear than those normally functioning big delays the study looked at participants with the same super rare genetic condition that caused as migdal damage whereabout vita disease less than three hundred people have been found to have it since it was discovered in nineteen twenty nine Orbach Vita Disease Causes Three main types of symptoms and extremely horse voice small bumps around the eyes and calcium deposits in the brain. The amid <unk> happens to be the spot in the brain where these deposits form researchers found that watching horror films did nothing to incite fear in participants with this disorder but they were curious whether exposing them to carbon dioxide would induce fear reaction the amid plays a big part in detecting carbon dioxide and when it detects higher concentrations of it in the blood a possible sign that suffocation is occurring it can cause a person to feel panic contrary to what seemed. Logical when participants with Burbach Vitas Syndrome breathed in air that was thirty five percent carbon dioxide. They freaked out so what's the deal. A researchers wrote results indicate that the amid Dula is not required for fear and panic and make an important Gordon distinction between fear triggered by external threats from the environment versus fear triggered internally by carbon dioxide so can you live without the Amiga yes can you live safely and securely without it still unclear but scientists are working to figure it out.

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The Raptors take a Finals lead

SportsCenter AllNight

09:32 min | 2 years ago

The Raptors take a Finals lead

"So they were able to get the victory around rafters to seize lead in the NBA finals. Somebody wants to saying that goes, they never been down two games to win the NBA finals before this happened somebody that we're going back to Draymond green talking about right after the game, and he was very relaxed and at the podium being down to one in the history NBA finals series tied at one apiece. The loser of game three. Rarely goes on to win the Larry O eighty two percent of the time the winner of game three with the series tied at one apiece goes on to win the trophy. Now, one of the that, that eighteen percent has actually been the Golden State, Warriors calmed, dream on was typical just relax. This is nothing. We we've seen this movie. We start in this movie you go back to two thousand fifteen part of the eighteen percent. Golden State down to one to Cleveland. And they came back in, when they won the Larry O on the series four two. So watching, how relaxed Steph curry is after the game you when you lose comb court at you've stolen homecourt Andrey months talking about let man to get some guys healthy. And when game four up to Toronto win games come on back here. Celebrating grain things are head one time ahead. Yes. They have seen every scenario that you can imagine in the five straight finals. They've been to literally. Yes. And they have found ways more often than not to overcome the winning dot com Twitter, defeat my handle the Coleman ESPN ES Hannah, if it's ESPN, it's being relaxed, Freddie and Fitz. Simpson ESPN radio, you can definitely attach that to collide learner, and also Danny green, they attempted to range in their back pocket when he played for the San Antonio Spurs trying to do has not been done before a champion of NBA team north of the border in the country of Canada. They were relaxed at the winning game three and Coalisland even went on to talk about how his phrase has been trending on Twitter, all day was just the right message tonight for you guys on the white board, and who wrote it. And how well did cow reform that advice? I think we all kind of that advice. But it is easier to look at that now say it worked great for us special ingratiating night. It's been awhile since the playoff series. We haven't really had a good team shooting night on new eventually some point we would do for one. So luckily got one tonight. Well, we still have to do a better job defensively landed of Florida limit. Those guys better. So we don't have to rely on offense or shooting to win games for us. But luckily did tonight and hopefully next game can continue to stay warm and let it rip. And hopefully even better defense daily Shaquille. O'neal apparently offered some shooting advice to you. He's a pure shoot knew that. Can can you fill us in on on what he suggested? And what head performance? Yes. Books before the game briefly, you know, he's always on TNT set out there before the game is to shooting advice because he was good at it. And but, you know, the fundamentals, the small things to be confident and just hold the author obviously after a good shooting night. It's easy to, to see that. His vice has worked, but O'neil is he always yells them? You leave it as his way of saying, leave you hand up there. And be confident you're shot, but. He's always been that guy to me everywhere or year. We get on the playoffs or on the stage where, you know, he comes over and tells me stay confident, and he'll give me his shooting advice going into the game, especially when you found throughout the warriors are going to be without clay. How important was it in retrospect to make sure you got this one on the road? Very important. But I really didn't find out to the tape off starting. They told us that he was playing tonight. The mindset. Going on a Florida. He's playing. You know, a lot of pressure to, you know, main guys, not plane, still come on and get a win. You know, step play great tonight. But you know we got it to wins away. Now. Momentum. This momentum curious to Koiwa such balanced scoring from your starting unit. Help your game both offense ably defensively and the secondary question that I had for on social media aware that your catchphrase the board, man gets paid going, very viral right now, we just want to confirm that actually something that you said used to say that back when I was in high school in college. You know, just when to get to this to this league. Just is about, you know, working hard basically our opponent. You know, rebounds, hope you win games big rebounds, office rebounds. Limited team that one shot. And, you know, used to be our motto just, you know, some of this stuff in college that was trying to get to this point. I who questions the balanced scoring story unit help open up your game offense ably. You know, once I'm driving in paint, kicking guys, making the defense doesn't want to collapse as easy known, you know, we just gotta keep playing them in a flow. Really? We just we don't need to worry about me scorn, a basketball, we all score with the office that we have just got to keep moving in at times the ball, the offense is real stagnated. You know we just stay in one spot guard. If you're to finish so about just moving a ball plano. Plano. You know, the team sport interest in everyone always low key to why, and Danny green. Although had a little humor, about his new catchphrase taking hold on social media talking to media Toronto. Raptors one game three tonight. One twenty three to one zero nine. Ready Coleman on Freddie and Fitz on ESPN radio and ESPN app. Presented by progressive insurance. The one thing I love about this raptors team. They expected to be in this position. They expected that they were gonna be to one lead in this series yet. It talks about you gotta plan for Kate Klay Thompson, but we don't want to have to have the conversation. How did we lose that game? And he's not there and the ranch. Not. There. A one man gang led by Steph curry was able to beat us in game three they clearly understood that have been completely damaged in my mind had they lost this game tonight with those dudes not being out there because of anything the Golden State wars would have been more emboldened and I believe the five games. They came through tonight. And it shows the power, the warriors that many people believe, you know what? Got a chance to win this game. We wouldn't say that about plenty of other teams not having one dude out. But another superstar out with Kevin Klay Thompson. Looney. And yep. They they might get a chance to win this game against a fully capable raptors basketball. A ten point game with three twenty-seven ago when Steph Curry's diving around on the floor. I mean, it was one thirteen one oh three and I'm sitting there going wait a minute. When it wasn't it just fifteen about a minute and a half ago, I think they were going to win, but I was still amazed that it was a ten point game when you had Steph and Draymond essentially about it. And amygdala was what had eleven points tonight. It was a very quiet eleven may Livingston was not existence. Dan, DeMarcus cousins didn't give you. It was more game. One boogie cousins than game too. I mean not more was game one. I mean, we'll see one of seven to nine a belief, so he he looked like an old man now. Yeah. It was a complete flip flop from what we saw in game two. He went back to game one. And as far as the raptors go, you know they, they, they did they were supposed to do and what they didn't do in game two. They were gifted one in game. Tune gave it away five point at the half. Fifteen because golden kind of team that no leader safe with them. Well, yeah. The, the third quarter warrior show up. But tonight they didn't have clay, and I'm still, you know, typically cat to the wounded warriors where it's ten point game with three and a half to go and game three. When all you have is Steph, really I mean at forty seven. The next the war you're closest to him, it's scoring with thirty points. Fewer Draymond green was seventeen so six raptors in double digits. It was a complete team win by the raptors now folks, get ready. Buckle your seatbelt for game four because I believe Klay Thompson will be back. I agree. And I believe K D will make his first appearance. I think so I don't know if you'll start but he's going to have a say in

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