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Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect charged with involuntary manslaughter

AP News Radio

00:02 sec | 7 hrs ago

Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect charged with involuntary manslaughter

"Think think it's it's criminal criminal I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas the the parents parents of of the the fifteen fifteen year year old old charged charged in in the the deadly deadly shooting shooting at at a a Michigan Michigan high high school school this this week week are are now now facing facing charges charges themselves themselves four four students students were were killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school and and Jennifer Jennifer and and James James Crumley Crumley have have been been charged charged with with four four counts counts of of involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter Oakland Oakland county county prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald says says they they went went to to the the school school that that morning morning after after a a teacher teacher found found this this note note on on their their son's son's desk desk a a drawing drawing of of a a semi semi automatic automatic handgun handgun pointing pointing at at the the words words quote quote the the thoughts thoughts won't won't stop stop help help me me end end quote quote in in another another section section of of the the note note was was a a drawing drawing of of a a bullet bullet with with the the following following words words above above that that bullet bullet quote quote blood blood everywhere everywhere and and quotes quotes between between

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Fresh update on "ben" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:47 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ben" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Your life looking to get out of that 9 to 5 rat race crypto offers that the numbers on it are very clear while we get caught up in the short term moves that these assets over the long term they continue to crush it continue to set you all time highs Almost every project in the top 100 has set new all time highs or is very close to all time highs this year So because of that there is a lot of statistics that point to if you stay in crypto for four years or more you will make money in the space you will do very well I would say it's very easy to make money in crypto It's very hard to make money in crypto day to day I'm just going to say Ben there's some regulators who might say differently and that you've got an understanding that there's a lot of risk and not all cryptocurrencies are the same Then come back We would love to continue in the future Ben Armstrong founder BitBoy crypto joining us on the phone in Atlanta All right well let's get a check of what is going on with the trading day Here's Charlie pellet I thank you very much We're looking at a down Friday here We're also looking at losing weak We begin with Bitcoin down now by 6.4% 53,000 to 214 right now on Bitcoin The Dow the S&P are all slumping stocks extending their weekly sliders Traders wear mix jobs report against prospects for stimulus unwinding by the Federal Reserve S&P down 56 down 1.2% the Dow down 177 down 5 tenths NASDAQ down 368 a drop right now of 2.4% Ten you're up 27 30 seconds ten year yield 1.35% spot.

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OPEC+ sticks to modest boost in oil output despite omicron

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00:49 sec | 1 d ago

OPEC+ sticks to modest boost in oil output despite omicron

"OPEC OPEC and and the the oil oil producing producing allies allies have have decided decided to to maintain maintain the the amount amount of of oil oil they they pump pump to to the the world world I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest OPEC OPEC and and allies allies led led by by Russia Russia are are sticking sticking with with the the pattern pattern of of steady steady modest modest monthly monthly increases increases in in awhile awhile releases releases an an increase increase in in production production of of four four hundred hundred thousand thousand barrels barrels per per day day for for the the month month of of January January the the pace pace has has frustrated frustrated the the US US and and other other oil oil consuming consuming nations nations amid amid rising rising gasoline gasoline prices prices the the decision decision comes comes despite despite pressure pressure uncertainty uncertainty of of the the global global economic economic recovery recovery with with the the emergence emergence of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant of of the the corona corona virus virus Rystad Rystad energy energy projects projects if if Omicron Omicron triggers triggers new new lockdowns lockdowns demand demand could could drop drop by by nearly nearly three three million million barrels barrels per per day day early early next next year year crude crude oil oil prices prices fell fell with with news news of of the the variant variant and and then then again again on on the the OPEC OPEC plus plus decision decision not not to to curtail curtail production production I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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US jobless claims rise by 28,000, but still low at 222,000

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00:47 sec | 1 d ago

US jobless claims rise by 28,000, but still low at 222,000

"The the number number of of Americans Americans applying applying for for unemployment unemployment benefits benefits was was back back up up last last week week I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the labor labor department department reports reports jobless jobless claims claims climbed climbed by by twenty twenty eight eight thousand thousand to to two two hundred hundred and and twenty twenty two two thousand thousand but but that that was was up up from from a a fifty fifty two two year year low low the the week week before before the the four four week week average average continues continues to to drop drop it it fell fell below below two two hundred hundred and and thirty thirty nine nine pounds pounds and and a a pandemic pandemic hello hello overall overall two two million million Americans Americans were were receiving receiving traditional traditional jobless jobless benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended November November twentieth twentieth that that was was the the week week before before thanksgiving thanksgiving the the numbers numbers reflect reflect an an ongoing ongoing rebound rebound in in the the job job market market after after last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession caused caused employers employers to to cut cut more more than than twenty twenty two two million million jobs jobs still still the the US US remains remains four four million million jobs jobs short short of of February February twenty twenty twenty twenty Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington

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California Congressional Districts: Where Are the Flashpoints?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:45 min | 1 d ago

California Congressional Districts: Where Are the Flashpoints?

"First walking back America. I'm here. You're joined now by congressman Mike Garcia from the great state of California, the 25th congressional district. He's back. Congressman good to talk to you at a happy Merry Christmas to you in advance. Thank you. Appreciate it. Hope you had Thanksgiving as well and good. Thanks for having me. We did. We had the whole family together and I'm recovered now that the grandkids are gone. Congressman, California's in a world of hurt, next time I talk with Michael Shawn burger, the author of San Francisco and right now they're doing redistricting district and getting some echo back in my ear Ben. I'm wondering what is the situation with the redistricting in California, especially about the 25th which you represent. Yes, I'm sorry. We lost the connection there. You might just repeat the question about that. Let's start by asking, what is the situation about California's 25th congressional district? Where is the reapportionment process gone? Are the redistricting? Yes. So it's still in work. We're supposed to be getting the final maps before the end of the month. We've got this quote unquote independent commission that's working at. And when you hear that word independent in California, that should make the hair in the next stand up for conservatives. Right now my map in the initial maps that we've been getting looks a little tougher it goes from a Biden plus ten district to Biden plus 13 districts. So it's going to be a little bit of a tougher fight. We'll still prevail. We're doing good things on the ground and for our constituents. And I think America is waking up to the fact that they need to pay attention to people who they're electing in these liberal policies are not working. So we should be okay. But we'll know before the end of the end of the month of December here and we'll be able to

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Science report: US should make less plastic to save oceans

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

Science report: US should make less plastic to save oceans

"An an independent independent science science panel panel says says the the U. U. S. S. needs needs to to rethink rethink and and reduce reduce its its use use of of plastic plastic because because so so much much is is ending ending up up in in the the ocean ocean and and other other waterways waterways a a report report from from the the National National Academy Academy of of sciences sciences says says the the United United States States produces produces more more than than forty forty two two million million metric metric tons tons of of plastic plastic waste waste each each year year about about one one million million ends ends up up in in the the world's world's oceans oceans fish fish marine marine mammals mammals and and seabirds seabirds get get tangled tangled in in plastics plastics or or eat eat them them men men often often die die further further plastics plastics pollution pollution is is rising rising at at a a pace pace that that by by twenty twenty thirty thirty the the world world will will be be putting putting into into the the oceans oceans and and amount amount equivalent equivalent to to half half the the weight weight of of fish fish caught caught in in the the sea sea a a big big problem problem most most of of the the plastic plastic is is not not from from recycled recycled material material source source for for solutions solutions the the scientists scientists say say more more recycling recycling won't won't be be enough enough rather rather they they argue argue for for across across the the board board changes changes starting starting with with the the less less plastic plastic being being made made I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds

"Researchers researchers are are finding finding the the planets planets warming warming is is taking taking a a deadly deadly toll toll on on seabirds seabirds comment comment related related losses losses have have hit hit albatross albatross is is off off the the Hawaiian Hawaiian Islands Islands northern northern gannets gannets near near the the British British Isles Isles and and puffins puffins off off the the Maine Maine coast coast and and sea sea levels levels rise rise some some birds birds are are less less able able to to build build nests nests others others are are starving starving unable unable to to find find finishes finishes the the ocean ocean heats heats up up extreme extreme weather weather is is also also taking taking a a toll toll turns turns living living off off New New England England have have died died during during increasingly increasingly frequent frequent rain rain and and hail hail storms storms while while hurricanes hurricanes wiped wiped away away nests nests resulting resulting in in fewer fewer checks checks than than years years gone gone by by researchers researchers at at the the university university of of British British Columbia Columbia estimate estimate seabird seabird populations populations of of fallen fallen seventy seventy percent percent since since the the middle middle of of the the twentieth twentieth century century I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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US manufacturing activity grows in November

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00:40 sec | 2 d ago

US manufacturing activity grows in November

"A a fresh fresh report report on on the the economy economy contains contains some some better better than than expected expected data data the the institute institute for for supply supply management's management's latest latest gauge gauge shows shows manufacturing manufacturing activity activity grew grew at at an an even even faster faster pace pace in in November November as as companies companies try try to to keep keep up up with with demand demand amid amid ongoing ongoing supply supply shortages shortages and and delays delays the the I. I. S. S. M. M. index index rose rose to to sixty sixty one one point point one one any any reading reading above above fifty fifty indicates indicates growth growth new new orders orders production production and and employment employment all all picked picked up up the the many many respondents respondents noted noted they're they're still still struggling struggling to to higher higher elevated elevated demand demand also also has has companies companies struggling struggling to to keep keep their their inventory inventory stocked stocked that that reading reading was was at at twenty twenty five five point point one one the the manufacturing manufacturing sector sector has has recorded recorded eighteen eighteen straight straight months months of of growth growth I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Mixon runs for career-high 165 yards, Bengals crush Steelers

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00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Mixon runs for career-high 165 yards, Bengals crush Steelers

"The Bengals have swept their season series with the Steelers for the first time since twenty oh nine winning forty one ten behind Joe Mixon Joe burrow and a strong defense Nixon rushed for a career high one hundred sixty five yards and two touchdowns burrow threw for a touchdown and scrambled for another as the seven four Bengals dropped the Steelers to five five in one coming down the stretch I think we really hit our stride so we gotta keep having great great great weeks of practice and I think we have the guys that are are excited about we're wrapping not satisfied Cincinnati scored on its first four drives and former Steeler Mike Hilton returned to Ben Roethlisberger pass for a twenty four yard touchdown late in the first half Roethlisberger was picked off twice and sacked twice finishing with two hundred sixty three yards I'm Dave Ferrie

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Britain tightens COVID rules as world on alert over omicron

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00:57 sec | 6 d ago

Britain tightens COVID rules as world on alert over omicron

"Covert nineteen cases from the new variant are emerging outside of southern Africa where it was first identified this very it is spreading around the world with two cases so far identified here in the U. K. British prime minister Boris Johnson announced new measures aimed at containing the spread of the Omicron variant many countries are imposing new restrictions on travel from southern Africa including the U. S. we were so slow to act on delta and the whole world it's such a high price for it Danny Altman is a professor of immunology at imperial college London let's try and be forewarned can do it properly this time so I think I could probably is warranted the good thing is that we have monitoring systems around the world to detect these variants very quickly the world health organization's Maria banker cove already scientists are sharing research with us information with us so that we can take action open questions include the effectiveness of current vaccines against Omicron and whether it causes more severe disease there's been no indication of that so far I'm Ben Thomas

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No. 5 Duke holds off No. 1 Gonzaga for 84-81 victory

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00:32 sec | 6 d ago

No. 5 Duke holds off No. 1 Gonzaga for 84-81 victory

"Follow Ben Carroll scored twenty one points to lead number five Duke over top ranking jacket eighty four eighty one the Bulldogs clawed back from a nine point second half deficit to take the lead but the blue devils closed on a thirteen nine run Wendell Moore junior scored twenty points and Mark Williams added seventeen with nine rebounds for the blue devils do took control of the seventeen six run after the zags scored the game's first four points Julian Strother leg inside with a career high twenty points and ten rebounds due to me added seventeen points and Chet Holmgren had sixteen points for the zags I'm Dave Ferrie

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Stocks sink on new COVID variant; Dow loses 905 points

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Stocks sink on new COVID variant; Dow loses 905 points

"The new coronavirus variant first detected in South Africa has sent financial markets tumbling I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers New York Stock Exchange closed early on the Friday after thanksgiving just as word was coming from the World Health Organization the new variant of covert nineteen Omicron is a highly transmissible virus of concern with cases being discovered in Hong Kong Belgium in Tel Aviv as well as major south African cities like Johannesburg worry spread that it could reverse progress toward getting the pandemic under control travel and energy stocks were among the biggest losers as the S. and P. five hundred fell two point three percent its worst day since February the Dow lost nine hundred and five points to two point five percent and the nasdaq composite had its worst drop in two months meanwhile the price of oil saw its biggest decline since early in the pandemic falling about thirteen percent I'm Ben Thomas

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New omicron variant stokes world fears, triggers travel bans

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00:36 sec | Last week

New omicron variant stokes world fears, triggers travel bans

"The World Health Organization has classified the new variant of covert nineteen as a highly transmissible virus of concern I'm Ben Thomas with the latest the W. H. O. has named the variant Omicron using the Greek letter the classification as a highly transmissible virus of concern is the first use of that designation in months that's the same category used when the delta variant emerged it went on to become the world's most prevalent Omicron was first detected in South Africa in the panel says early evidence suggests an increased risk of reinfection I'm Ben Thomas

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FDA: Merck COVID pill effective, experts will review safety

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00:48 sec | Last week

FDA: Merck COVID pill effective, experts will review safety

"U. S. health officials say Merck's experimental cope with nineteen pill is effective but the raising questions about its safety during pregnancy I'm Ben Thomas with some details the food and drug administration posted its review ahead of a public meeting next week what outside experts will debate the drug's benefits and risks FDA scientists identified several potential risks including possible toxicity and birth defects they also note mark collected far less safety data overall that has been gathered for other covert nineteen therapies all covered nineteen drugs currently authorized by the FDA require an injection or IV which limits their use if authorized Merck's drug would be the first pill treatment that patients could take it home it's already authorized for emergency use in the U. K. I'm Ben Thomas

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Holiday season moves into high gear but challenges remain

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Holiday season moves into high gear but challenges remain

"Buoyed by solid hiring healthy pay gains in substantial savings shoppers are returning to stores in splurging industry experts expect record breaking sales this holiday season the national retail federation predicts an increase as much as ten and a half percent compared with last year senior director Catherine Cullen we're expecting you know and we've got a hundred and fifty eight knowing and shoppers adult your people who are already planning to shop Colin says many don't plan to wait until Friday a lot of retailers offered their deals across mobile channels across Europe E. commerce bank that while it's in stores and so there's a little less pressure for consumers to sort of lined up the way they may have in the past the big question with the supply shortages higher prices and staffing issues might leave shoppers disappointed I'm Ben Thomas

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Biden wishes Americans happy, closer-to-normal Thanksgiving

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00:49 sec | Last week

Biden wishes Americans happy, closer-to-normal Thanksgiving

"President Joe Biden is wishing Americans a happy and closer to normal thanksgiving this is always a special time in America but this year the blessings of thanks commuters are specially made for the president and First Lady Jill Biden made their greeting in a video recorded earlier this week after being apart last year we have a new appreciation for those little moments we can't plan or replicate the music of laughter in a warm full kitchen the thump of small feet making big sounds it's the second thanksgiving celebrated in the shadow of the corona virus pandemic which according to Johns Hopkins university's count has seen more than seven hundred and seventy five thousand Americans died from covert nineteen as we give thanks for what we have we also keep in our hearts those who we lost in those lost so much I'm Ben Thomas

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Herbert throws for 382 yards, Chargers hold off Steelers

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00:36 sec | Last week

Herbert throws for 382 yards, Chargers hold off Steelers

"Austin Ekeler scored four touchdowns two rushing into receiving and the Chargers forty one thirty seven win over the Steelers definitely special night you know get up to score four touchdowns very often but Hey I'll take four eighty day a day and then I fell it's hard to score but it took a fifty three yard touchdown pass from Justin Herbert to Mike Williams with two oh nine remaining to decide the outcome Herbert finished with three hundred eighty two passing yards and three scores Ben Roethlisberger returned to the field after testing positive for covert nineteen and also threw three touchdowns mark Myers Inglewood California

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Heinicke, Washington spoil Newton's homecoming 27-21

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00:43 sec | Last week

Heinicke, Washington spoil Newton's homecoming 27-21

"Cam Newton returned to bank of America stadium for the first time as Panthers quarterback but it was overshadowed by Washington's Taylor Heinicke who threw for two hundred and six yards and three touchdowns in a twenty seven twenty one win hi Nicky Mehta scrambling forcing to completion to tight end John Bates and a fourth down run on a bootleg to set up the go ahead field goal those plays coming back football you can just try to make something happen trying to find a little opening or little leverage on somebody and give a guy shot so night I remember doing that stuff and I was a kid on the backyard halftime Packer game so didn't did provide some big moments throwing two touchdowns and running for a twenty four yard score but he conceded he needs time to master the playbook I'm Ben Thomas

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Texans snap 8-game skid, end Titans' 6-game streak 22-13

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00:35 sec | Last week

Texans snap 8-game skid, end Titans' 6-game streak 22-13

"Houston quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw for just one hundred seven yards but ran for two touchdowns as a Texan snap NFL's longest active losing streak beating the Tennessee Titans twenty two to thirteen the Texans came in having lost eight straight since winning their season opener Desmond king had two of the Texans for interceptions three of those came in the fourth quarter stuffing out Titans attempts at a rally Houston turn those into fumbled punt into thirteen points Tennessee drops to eight and three on the season but the Titans remain atop the AFC south and still have the best record in the conference I'm Ben Thomas

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:17 min | 2 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And to receive support in doing that because personal willpower is not enough we are social beings. In need support. The support is economic legal and infrastructural. I asked my wife an extremely effective healer which she thinks healthcare could become. She said we recognize mind body as a continuum. We don't see illnesses. Random misfortune we know that resonant attention in the holding of space for emergent wholeness can heal and that anyone can do this. We can return medicine to people. I see stella help people. That's his wife. Stella i see stella help people heal from real medical conditions nearly every day. Sometimes they're conditions. Doctors say are incurable. The power of these techniques and so many others in the alternative world is real and they can be taught and a new normal could be built upon them yes. We can return medicine to the people the power to heal ourselves. Each other has like so much of modern life. Been professionalized turned into yet another set of goods and services we can reclaim that power. The future of medicine is not high tech. Technology has its place for example in emergency medicine but it has usurped the place of other powers. Hand the herb. The mind the water the soil the sound in the light. Can we imagine a healthcare system that fulfilled the promise of medical alternatives that have touched millions of lives in the shadow of the conventional system. These alternatives should stop being the alternative. Come on people. These actually work. They've gained momentum over the last half century despite ridicule marginalization lack of funding and persecution for mainstream institutions. They work. Let's take them seriously. We know how to be healthy. We remake society around that knowledge. No authority during covert has said people are sick. They need more time outdoors. People are sick. They need more touch. People are sick. They need healthy gut. Flora people are sick. They need pure water. People are sick. they need less. Electromagnetic pollution people are sick. They need less chemicals and food. People are sick. Let's put diabetes warnings on soda. Pop people are sick. Let's encourage them to meditate and pray. More people are sick. Let's get them in the garden. People are sick. Let's make our cities. Walkable people are sick. Let's clean the air. People are sick. Let's provide free mold remediation on all dwellings. People are sick. Let's promote education about local herbs. People are sick. Let's make the best supplements and practices the bil- hackers and health gurus available to. All people are sick. let's heal our agricultural soils. None of these are as hard as keeping every human being six feet apart from every other. So let's do these things. Let's remake society in their image with as much zeal as we renamed society in the europe. Cova my saying not to talk about vaccines and only focus on the bigger picture no vaccine. They're dangerous their shortcomings and the measures needed to coerced the unwilling or the visible tip of an iceberg showing starkly the system. They represent their a window into a future of technological dependency where we put into our bodies whatever the authorities tell us to and wonder why the promise of health freedom and return to normal is always on the horizon but hear another future beckons. It won't be handed to us by the same authorities and systems that rule today. We have to claim it. We claim it through the choices it offers. Which future does your next step lead toward toward more normalization of the world under control or towards the new normal that i've just described the road has forked. It is time to choose amen. If charles stein were here would imagine he could drop the mic right. There and i also realized that may have opened up some ideas some discussion. Some comments from you which you can of course go leaving the show notes already given you the url for that and now i've forgotten it. It's at the show notes. But a ben greenfield dot com search for charles eisenstein. Listen to my podcast with them. Go check out the link to this essay if you wanna book market or share with anybody is called beyond industrial medicine. You could probably google or maybe not. Duck duck go. Perhaps charles eisenstein beyond industrial medicine. You'd find it. He published it on sub stack His thoughts reflect mine at this point in my life. His thoughts reflect mine. So i'm gonna leave you. Go to the show notes if you wanna leave your own comments questions feedback. Thank you so much for listening. I love you all. Thanks for listening to today. Show you can grab shouts resources. Pretty much everything that i mentioned or at ben greenfield fitness dot com along with plenty of other.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:10 min | 2 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Are locking in with with one coach with one program to the extent that you plateau or looking for something different or life changes and you have. You have new goals which often happens then. We most likely have another program. That's a good fit for you but most people don't don't switch programs. They lock in with their coach. They find their people and and that's how they're having the most success. Okay all right. Got it so so you get in you pay monthly. Wha what would you say. It was fifty nine bucks. I'm like fifty bucks is the average. Yes oh fifty bucks to basically like join my team and and get on my workouts and everything. Y'all and so in terms of like other trainers on the platform. Not that i wouldn't love for everybody. Just go and join my team but who who are some other trainers on the platform or have some interesting programs. Yeah we so we have a pretty good mix and that was the vision was really kinda put together like the vendors of fitness if you will meaning people with from different backgrounds different vendors of fitness internal concept that we had we were kind of looking at whiteboard and drafting coaches if you will and try to really find these different coaches with different superpowers. But that begs the question. Why which evanger my man. I mean your doctor. What dr tucker strange is that his name. I think i don't know. I mean you're the you're the you gotta be the doctor. The protesters all right. I'll go for doctor strange since since we worked in like well my program. We worked in a lot of science. A lot of the vile hacks a lot of stuff you kind of have to do when you're trying to cut out exercise time because we did it for like the busy person who's got a got a life not necessarily pro athlete. I'll take doctor strange so anyway. Sorry to interrupt do continue of course so we have Y'all give you a taste of a few. So training day is one of my favorite programs is to coaches in this program. So it's called training day. The two coaches are a guy named rain nel who he goes by rain train on instagram. He's a african viking and we have his his former client is a guy named dean williams. Who's one of the top professional ski skate op professional street skateboarders. Very interesting pair that that program. It's it's a lot of bands lot of kettlebells it's prioritizing explosive power and speed body embel- another amazing program the coaches. Lauren can't ski. This is going to be functional. High-intensity kettle bell workouts. There's insanely strong sense of community. Among this group of mostly women in that group maximus. This led by former jim jones trainer in. Ufc fighter. bobby maximised so this is gonna be what you'd expect no nonsense. I've talked with bobby before. He's nuts. bobby. Bobby is awesome. So that's like your garage style. Just doing a ton of burke's pull ups really cool program in the last one. A mentioned right now project alpha. This is a guy named coach. Sam tuli he comes from more. The endurance background kind of like yourself. You know he's done some iron. Manson is a big big time runner. So this is going to be a combination of endurance strength. And you definitely get you look in a certain way. If you're willing to put up with the pain of the pounds come off. Quick one of my favorite workouts in his or actually track workouts. Which is we didn't know what that experience was gonna be like on the app in that we built this beautiful interface. And when you go to the track you're just pressing play and putting your phone in your pocket like it's right there you know whatever type athletic shorts you wear and then everything is your music playing coaches in your ear. The warm up the rest. Everything's time those are some of my favorite workout though. So we Yeah that's 'cause you don't have to be covered over your phone exact in the all the experiences like that. It's you press play. And we're trying to simulate this great coach being right there beside you so everything taken care of but that gives you a little flavor so quite a bit of variety but it skews to. Its skews to strength training. You know today ladder is not for everyone. It's for people who are serious about fitness We felt like that was the the gap in the market that from from additional offering standpoint. There were a ton of good solutions for cardio but really less over strength and so our customers today who are seeing the most value in our in our product. They value quality workup programming. They're working out three plus days a week whether our product exists or not but many of them were also kind of unsure if they were going to return to the gym post did about a third of them have now gone back to the gym and they've just brought ladder with them. We think it's arguably better experience the more equipment you have so this certainly isn't just like an at home experience. This flexes with you which we think is important in this kind of post. kobe fitness. yeah that's always been the tricky part with apps for strength. Training is really hard to see what's going on with the app and that is a classic you go to the gym. And you see the person with their phone on the mat. And they're like hovered over their phone sometimes in a push up position or plank because half the workouts are just a push up position or plank because that allows you to start your phone and they can't go off and do like you know dead lifts and kettlebells work squats and things like that with their phone in their pocket with the trainer actually walking them through in the right set rep schemes and and rest periods. So i i mean i was blown away when i played around with your app. I obviously i'm biased. Because i have a program on there now. But anyways i i. I think that that actually is something that there's a huge need for is huge need for so so kudos for building it and again for the jewish seen is called ladder. But i don't want this to be some big huge commercial for ladder. I i. I wanna get into some some some fitness. Bs too. And i know you wanna turn the tables on me. So one more time Give everybody the show notes. And then and then i'm just gonna sit back and because i know you put together a list of questions to ask me. Tom and i'm prepared slash slightly nervous but the show notes all us listening in or at ben greenfield finished dot com slash ladder. Podcast all right. I'm ready tom..

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"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

07:13 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Dot com slash. Ben my wife. And i love our helix sleep mattress. We get on that thing every night. It is made for us and we sleep like babies. You can to helixsleep dot com slash. Ben okay. so let's talk about the various arguments that made in favor of withdrawal. Someone which i think are just disconnected from reality secretary rice that the one that you hear the most is that this was an endless war. You heard president biden. Say that repeatedly over the course of the last several months by the time we left we had a troop level that was basically ranking number nine in terms of countries where we actually had troops. We had under three thousand troops in afghanistan. We had had zero combat casualties since february of twenty twenty and yet there seemed to be this great urgent drive to remove all troops as soon as possible under the rubric of endless war. And what did you make of that particular argument. While when the american presidents keeps telling the american people that this is an endless war that we have to get out of Even if they're not paying a lot of attention because afghanistan had gone quieter as you noted They're going to start to think it's an endless war and we have to get out of it And here i will say. I don't think we had the best policies is and i've said this before under the trump administration either This notion that america clinton sustain a few thousand troops In a strategically vital part of the world where we were still fighting. Terrorists and terrorist resurgence Where we had an airbase that could help us keep an eye on both pakistan not that stable a place with nuclear weapons and iran one are probably our most of our our pitched enemy in the middle east. The idea that we couldn't sustain that is a great power as a superpower was really extraordinary. And here's the argument. I would have hoped we would have said We are a country. That benefited for a couple of centuries by our great oceans protecting us and peaceful neighbors to the north and the south. We found out on september eleventh that we weren't protected. We decided we were going to take the war to them. So we didn't have to fight it on our soil that means that we need to deploy our forces to fight them out there so we don't have to fight them in here. That means that we may have to deploy small numbers contents of american forces. Intelligence assets and military hardware ford in places like afghanistan where we can with allies from around the world as well as with afghan allies. Continue to prosecute the war on terror. So we don't have to prosecute it at home. I wish somebody had made that argument. Maybe we should take responsibility. Ben those of us in the bush administration for not making that argument more forcefully enough We were pleased with the good. We were doing for the afghan people but they did a lot of good for us to in letting us use their tour territory for own protection. I would also have said we've done this forward deployment before our longest war is actually korea. It is an armistice not a victory in war. We have twenty eight thousand american forces on the korean peninsula because even a powerful korean south korean army can't stand alone against the north. And so why do we think that a younger weaker. Afghan army can stand alone against an insurgency but i would have made the strategic argument. I wish we'd made it better now. So secretary let's talk about the afghan army for a second because this is another excuse that's been used lately. Is the incredibly quick collapse of the afghan army. President biden himself is blamed. The afghan army suggested that they didn't have any will to fights that basically if they weren't capable of holding up their their own country at this point there was nothing that five or ten years would have done down the road. he's literally said that It seems to me that that is again. Utterly disconnected from the facts on the ground namely the fact that we built the afghan army so that they could explicitly work with us in specific ways and then removed all of their support basi's and told everyone in afghanistan. We were leaving while. I've heard many people. Now say maybe. We built the afghan army too much in our own image We built them Needing air power for instance and needing the support of our air power and then of course we took away The contractors that were maintaining The aircraft American pilots were no longer Flying and and training them and helping them to fly these air emissions You make a good point about Telling them that we were leaving I imagine the scene You know that the taliban which was making inroads. We have to be clear about that. The taliban goes into some area encounters afghan military personnel Says you do know that the americans are leaving. You're going to be left here with us If you resist we're going to kill your children So how about you come over to our side and lay down your weapons It's not hard to see. Why the morale of the afghan army collapsed under those circumstances when we didn't even tell the new commander of bog rem air force base to whom we were turning it over in the afghan commander that we were leaving. We left in the middle of the night We did we did nothing. Really the shore up their sense of their ability to fight. And if one thing really Really rankles me this idea that They didn't fight. They chose to to surrender to the taliban they lost sixty. Six thousand people in this war was talking with Some of my colleagues Former military officers they talk about A general who we now think An afghan general who we now think is trapped behind taliban lines Who lost both his legs in a fight. A firefight that we were involved in and he can't get out couldn't get to the airport. I thought that One thing really bothered me. It was the The heartlessness of talking about afghan fighters in that way when they'd given so much Yes people surrendered. They surrendered rather quickly. But i don't think we gave them a chance secretary rice. One of the things that's been said is the afghan government was corrupt. There were serious corruption issues going back to the karzai administration in afghanistan that the united states was never able to sort of wrap our arms around that and thus there is not any support for the interim government or for the the current national government of afghanistan. New real measure that the tribalism was eventually going to replace that anyway It seems to me that there's a bit of historical ignorance when it comes to comparative situations in the the south korean government in holding election is whole the eighties. Literally there for thirty to forty years before they held the free and fair election So giving people a couple of decades to move from app absolute tyranny. I and tribalism toward something remotely resembling. Accuracy actually takes a fair but a time. But what do you make of of the development of afghanistan's government. Well i'm glad you mentioned the south. Korean government been They were actually a military dictatorship while onto.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Have a background in bio mechanics and exercise physiology right. That's that's what. I did my master's degree in university of idaho. And so i like to. I like to chunk the programs that create. and and so. If you're listening in this is what you need to step back and ask yourself about your fitness program. I like to include certain components that that specifically focus on core buckets of fitness. So the first would be strength. Like every fitness program needs a lifting heavy shit type of component. Now that can include lighter weights to failure that can include blood flow restriction training right which we actually included in the latter's program has an option to simulate or to trick the muscle into thinking that it's under heavy load that can include super slow strength training with a slightly lighter load like ten to thirty second up ten to thirty second down which is fantastic for for for bringing a muscle to failure at a low risk of injury with a minimum effective dose of exercise like a super slow full body. Strength training workouts. Like fifteen to twenty minute workout and it can also include traditional strength right. Squats dead lifts overhead presses preferably for all of those. I like to use unless someone's going through rehab physical therapy or they're really kind of aesthetically going after certain body parts you know it's like bicep curls or calf raises or whatever. I like everything to be multi joint as much as possible on my programs. You don't have leg day you don't have stomach day. You know triceps and biceps day. That works for a bodybuilder. Who's got like two to four hours a day to spend in the gym and completely crush each of those individual body parts and i used to be a bodybuilder. I used to experiment with that stuff. And and i've realized that if you want the minimum effective dose of exercise every workout is full body right. When was the last time that you used your body and it was just lower body or just upper body or you're trying to play a game of tennis and it was just triceps right. So there's a functional component and also a time saving component. When you're not doing body parts sweats newsroom. Full body instead.

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"ben" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Ben manages his time and the other commitments in his life in order to maximize his creative output. We spoke to him about where he gets his inspiration. And even how he reconciles the times. When a project doesn't quite come to fruition. Ben also happens to be mild cousin and a very close family friend of polls. It's been a long time since we've all caught up so being able to do it today. During the show was quite special. For paul and i now if you ever find it hard to get your creative juices flowing whether that's riding speaking thinking oh building you will find this episode pretty damn helpful and inspiring the first half of the chat is mostly around ben's career and how that is evolved to bring him to where he is today. It's in the second half of the chat where we get into the finer details of ben's creative process onto the shaw. Please enjoy our chat with ben lawrence welcome to the jungle buzzed. Podcast.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Goodness. Yeah yeah exactly well I know that we're kind of like walking back towards the conference now. And as as chris alluded to kind of getting towards towards the end of our chat. Today which really didn't have an agenda going in aside from we knew. We wanna talk a little bit about loneliness. But hopefully you guys have enjoyed our 'em what are we. Ambling and rambling. It's actually high-cost are ambling and rambling. And basically what. I'll do for anybody. Listening in is all the show notes for we talked about all put at ben greenfield fitness dot com forward slash chris and ben. It's been grateful. Fitness dot com slash. Chris and ben. I'm certain that chris when he publishes this on his podcast. You're probably tell people where they can go right. Yeah exactly. Income to nourish balance thrived dot com. And you'll find the puck there. We started with athletes and more recently. It's turned into an exploration of all of the things that create performance and human flourishing. Anyway i'm having some of that. Yeah chris does a really great job to you guys with like if i hear him record a podcast that i'm interested in delving more into the science behind. He does a really good job with his show notes transcriptions and stuff like that probably because he's like a computer engineer making people and so The other thing is that course the ancestral health symposium that we're at we're grateful to them for putting this event on and so if you go to their website you should be able to find all of the audios videos for all the talks that chris and i are playing hooky on right now to talk to you said and again either. Go to chris's website or my website and lee comment or question or feedback. You jeff comments on your website. Now we've started doing a forum for okay. We have people on the other. Side of a patriarch paywall. Great discussion guy. Now i've found that to be real very passing. Oh cool cool throwing around words like patriot and discord that make me feel well either way everybody Thanks for listening and remember to go. I gaze and chris. Thanks for the fun walk this morning. Oh thank you. I really appreciate you the talk and everything you've dumping Thrive it's been an absolute pleasure. Thank you they spam. There's a lot of stuff that we miss out on a lot of stuff that i think is built into us from from real ancestral standpoint. Which is why. I think this is appropriate to look at from an ancestral context when we have no actual physical touch. We have no contact. When we don't produce fairmont's other people can detect and smell when we aren't releasing or producing as much oxytocin when there's no sensing between two human beings. The interaction between one person's heart brain's electromagnetic field and another person's harder brains electro magnetic field. We are missing out on a ton of what it means to be human to experience humans. And if you look at the i gen group. I don't know how many people are basically like ninety five to two thousand twelve. Ish is the. I gen group admittedly kind of a dummy. I forget who the group is. That comes after that. Who's the group that comes starting. sorry. Aaron here's the group that comes in Two two thousand and thirteen onward is at am. I know. well what's that. Yeah i'm i'm not sure what. What two thousand twelve after his but anyway generation i gen is is basically some category. You would fall into if you probably don't remember ever having had a smart just looking to be probably. I know who who in here is in i ninety five thousand twelve. Yeah so most of you remember the days when you you know when the phone rang and you didn't know who it was unless you were one of the lucky people in the neighborhood who had the the caller id which we actually did because my dad owned a telecommunications companies we were early adopters of like the brick-size cell phones and i would go to soccer practice with a pager on looking like a little drug dealer just saw. My mom can page me to pick up. The milk and i grew up without a smartphone. Being necessarily an integral part of my life Fifth appendage or a big one. We even know that there are. There are studies on histocompatibility of mates and the the immune system robustness of offspring between a pro from from a man and woman when the woman in particular has been able to smell the fair moons emitted by a man and is able to to choose or select or accept a mate that allows for better immune system And people gather around that and it's just been amazing like the the dinners are huge one for me. Meet up so i will a list on the resources pace because most people are aware meet up dot com has anybody because i just started down the route of like throwing neighborhood parties getting to know my name because i realize like even though i live kind of out in the sticks i have neighbors within a four mile radius. Probably like thirty neighbors who. I just didn't know that. Well but i used next door which allows you to create a community. That's that's geographically appropriate for where you are used that one before yes really cool. It's like facebook pretty neighborhood. there's meet ups. There's another another few that. Actually there brought to my attention when i was reading that friendships and the age of loneliness book there are a few. I wanted to share with you guys. There's one called kind of nichii peanut shows you like minded mothers near you and makes it easier to me. We three find the most awesome people nearby. Meet new friends in groups of three. Meet me meet..

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Openly but that kind of weird out a lot of people right like why are you putting on those weird colored asses right now dude after. We just finished dinner or know why is this. Why are you telling me. The speed is grass-fed brass finish. Like why does that even matter. Or you know yeah. The sun is fun. And and i like to talk with you guys but like are there any benefits sitting in here and so as that happens you're educating people about about health or at least i'm educating people about health you know about all these things that i do and all of a sudden after several months of doing this even though i would say that like two years ago. I didn't have a lot of people in the spokane community who i could. Just sit down and talk with about you know all these things that i really like. Now i've got a whole bunch of guys who just like picking my brain about this stuff and and who are interested in it and you know and then we're whatever you know texting each other on the phone asking you know what half be session. We use that day or or you know a check out this new sauna. God and so it's it's almost as though if you don't have the community in your area that you would like to have and you feel like you're lonely because nobody lives there with similar interests etc then create the change that you want to see happen and just start hanging out with people and bring them into your home and like show them your life and talk with them and ask their questions and you'd be surprised it kind kinda shocked me two years later because it really started a lot of the vid. I've got this whole group of fabulous people who are also interested in a lot of the same things. I'm interested in because they experienced it at my house has a you reminded me. We've had retired. Pilot of cats actress. Name is student. Aid costs a couple of times for and he has a podcast in a book called survived. The kindest sees the director of compassionate communities in the uk then officer times. He got z. And said look. Chris didn't think you really getting this. And he absolutely had a point. You know we talk about diet and exercise. We talk about stress management. All these things that we do and thinking of community is like some separate. Oh by the way this is community thing. He needs to do over here like the fourth or fifth pillar of health. Whatever it is and we need to think about it is all of these interventions you're recommending food. Prep buck you just said that's an opportunity to weave that community us into your thing right. Yeah and at the moment while infested years of mb t. We'll wasting outtake we. We're not thinking thinking too much about the individual rights about the social network in which they exist. There's nobody really existed accurate you know. It's not as though. Because i understand a lot of people. They eat early early. Don't you we have to interfere. Buffoni off yeah so that might be more difficult for you to do something like day.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Upon activities that would build the immunity of the entire species rather than the individualized immunity of one person. And what were you thinking. rethinking thinking. Okay so everybody's being under forced high salacious to a certain standard over the past eighteen months or so. That's about to change. were you thinking. Oh well people might have develop bad habits. And they need to do something proactively to try and change their behavior to become more coordi- with a ancestral heritage. Shall we say the ancestral condition that we know so important for maintaining. You know i. I'd like to say that. I had a really well thought out intention when it comes to what i wanted to see. People do with the talk. But i would say a couple of things that come to mind is a when you go to a conference. I think it's nice to have a reminder about how important those interactions are in between talks the dinner conversations lunchtime conversations the workouts or activities in the morning or spread throughout the day and for me being able to talk on the first day and kind of give people that reminder would thus create perhaps a little bit less of a scenario of people sitting inside of a lecture hall they and then going back to their computers at night to catch up on all their email you know and i personally need that reminder all the time because like my idea of a good time when i'm traveling is to typically duck out from any social activities by about eight thirty or nine and curl up in my bed with what i call a beach book which is usually like some work of fiction that allows me to completely check out. I'm reading andy. Weir's book zero gravity right now. He's the guy who wrote the martian and his books are just fantastic their humorous their intellectual. They're very mathematical..

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"I should thank you for starting that business. You the one who in two thousand fourteen gave us the leg up bide recently quit. My job hedge funds to start health. Coaching business can't say that my wife was Particularly fun of that decision at the time of daughter was six months old. she's here the ancestor household. Simplistic now. she's seven. It was scary. And you had me on co-founder jamie who's a medical doctor. And that was what started. Nourish bounce thrive. I still get people come to me today as i. oh yeah. I heard you on the band. Greenfield cost like crazy. I'll say this over the sound of the leaf blower. We'll always be sure to tell you guys if you can anticipate Sound pollution background. But anyways i was just going to say. Chris thanks to my royalty checks want. I want your first horns son. Yeah i should say that we really just been hanging it over here sits then anyways this conference has been interesting james next door breath expert is here. We were just talking with diana rogers who just produce the film Sacred cow garrett to important message. yeah yes. She was sharing how they've had trouble getting on netflix due to its controversial content but anyway so just a quick thing about this ancestral health. Symposium i believe if you google it or i think it's ancestry foundation dot org or something like that all the all the audios. The videos are available to To watch and apparently mind will be audio. Because i was roaming around while i gave my talk and and they were trying to keep me in front of the video cameras but anyways so if you want to check out the imposing go. They're gonna talk about today chris. Well i wanted to talk about. So i thought it was timely. I thought it was fell. I thought it was really important. I don't hear that many other people talking about loneliness. Perhaps we should start by telling us. Why did you choose that topic. I think i saw schedule that you were going to talk about something else. Then maybe that right. Yeah i was supposed to talk about hyperthermia and cold thermo genesis. Which is my super making me. Sound smart way of saying hot and cold these days especially because i'm speaking less and less just mostly due to kobe restrictions and me wanting more family time so picking and choosing my talks quite carefully. I was a bit remiss to give a talk that someone can download for free on my website or talk about content. That really could on on podcast before and for me. Personally i've been on a little bit of a of a journey of creating community locally of sharing experiences that i'm having whether it's food or workouts or travel or anything else with other people despite me kind of liking being by myself and being a little bit introverted and having a passive almost like priding myself on being a loner i've realized especially during the pandemic the power and almost like the ease.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"They on this episode of the ben. Greenfield fitness podcast. There's lots of stuff that we miss out on. A lot of stuff that i think is built into us from from real ancestral standpoint. You're missing a workout. Not getting to catch up on that reading that you wanted to do. It always feels right when you make that decision so it's actually a lot easier. I have found to be astle. You're wearing a mask you know so you have to do some forward thinking when it comes to what makes me happy versus you. Know what makes other people happier. What makes god happy performance nutrition longevity ancestral living biohacking and much more. My name is ben greenfield. Welcome to the show. So the podcast that you're about to hear was recorded at a place called the ancestral health symposium not a place i suppose uneven called the ancestor symposium can learn more about it ancestry foundation dot. Org i think is the the url for the ancestry foundation but anyways a lot of really fantastic speakers and attendees there. I wound up going on a walk with a few of those folks including today's podcast. Chris kelly who has a show of his own called norris balanced drive. We had a beautiful walk. Ucla campus in the sunshine talking about in rhenish. That's insider joke for any of you who've seen a team america superstars. I think it is. I did yeah. The the the dictator their talks like that rory even as he has a song called rotary with. This song is about worn. Remiss wrote row. now. I can't say loneliness it's about loneliness i hope you'll really enjoy all the show. Notes are ben greenfield fitness dot com slash. Chris and ben and then the other thing that you should know is that i included as part of today's podcast. The entire talk. That i gave their on. You guessed it loneliness out the ancestor health symposium. So this podcast is real. Good one two combo for you. Enjoy picking brownie teeth. My wife made some kito brownies. Whatever that means the issues monk fruit or stevia. And i put on some ice cream and i actually had ice cream brownies before dinner and then came into my office to record these commercials for you. So i'm a pretty happy man i mean. How can you not be happy with ice cream and brown your belly..

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Well if there was a covering of the planet that had changed the gasses in the atmospheric pressure and a lot of things that can influence longevity and carbon dioxide in the bloodstream and the nutrient density plants and many other factors and that all fell from the sky and flooded the planet in completely changed some of gases in atmospheric pressure and just the way of the earth operates that the lifespan that people were able to have prior to that event is probably no longer realistic numb. I don't know if that's the case. But but i really would be surprised if in the next few years. We're seeing anything much longer than like about one hundred and twenty-one or so yes space on everything and then there are those people out there that are like look if you can make it relatively healthy another ten fifteen years. You've got a good shot at one fifty right. What is the what is the. What is the argument that they're trying to make you know that you think that makes that makes sense that when you stack a lot of these these hacks that theoretically you could repair dna too fast and afraid you can stave off immune system degradation at a fast enough rate. You could stave off. You know the natural mutations that are built into us you know again from dna repair standpoint and investment. Afraid and you. Can you know build up carbon dioxide tolerance and you can repair tissue more quickly things like hyperbaric chambers and use red light therapy and all these things that when you tackle that theoretically you could increase life span. But it's all just like on paper right now like i haven't seen any hard evidence that that's actually possible. Yeah i mean like some rodents for example. They're showing like a twenty to thirty percent increase in lifespan. But these are like highly controlled laboratory environments with specially bred rats and mice. And there's a lot of confounding variables when it comes to humans but you know doesn't matter lake down that's why haven't invited you know these particular guys on my show who really proposing that. Because i'm you know. I get i get in there in the nineties faulk. I'm still that's a long ass if you're making maximum like for me it's about impact is not a bad if i can make the but if i can increase my health span to the point where the impact making with whatever lifespan that. I'm genetically programmed to have approximately I'm i'm super happy with that. So it's it's just about taking care of your body so that you can. You can make the biggest impact that you can enjoy for the longest right exactly so i. I think we even had this discussion before. I don't want to be one of those guys who's cold and hungry and libido lists and lives in extra you know. Let's say live an extra thirty years. But i'm spending twenty of those extra thirty years in a hyperbaric chamber or a cold tank or or fasting or reducing my ejaculation frequency. Or anything else that we know could potentially help out a little bit with longevity like you gotta draw the line at some point. And so i think that especially in the health. There are people who are who are kind of returning back to to your idea a little while ago. How choose activities. They're getting late of time. Just trying to work on time when they could just be out enjoying life and other people you talked about ejaculation frequently. I heard something from kyle. That was talking about how every time you jackie late you're depleting magnesium zinc through. Your jacket is very much. I don't know if you've seen the size of jack. Like i just did my daddy kit recently to store my sperm and and just check up on what the counters and everything. I mean You know so i. Of course got to got to witness that and the minerals on depleting. I would imagine that by putting some sea salt on my steak tonight and taking zinc tomorrow morning. Yeah that's easily like one load right there. So yeah it's it's it's that whole concept is more about like your jing. Your cci your life. I it's more about that than nutrients minerals because yeah your your body does not group through. I would say anything more than like a very very small meal in terms of the amount of nutrients and minerals necessary to make semen good or sperm so every day. Then that's fine. I'm back to it. Yeah i mean you know given your energy a and i i get the whole concept but the concept is not one of nutrient or mineral depleted. Right yeah that makes sense ben. This beautiful conversation man. That was a great thing to end onto. Like how much sea salt do. You need to make enough spurring. What point do your adrenal. Glands just not have enough to go around and you're going to be playing pickle out there and you're gonna cramp you'll be like wash. I came last night. I didn't take my sea salt this morning. I'm sorry guys. I gotta go in the house right. I mean we gotta we gotta keep it real for people. That's right talk about all different things for your health. Your heart save. The world savor the world and feed your semen aztec features. Even tadpoles need. That's right that's right and you got going on. You want to tell people about you. Know what we kind of did. And we were talking about the cookbook. Yeah 'cause like. I think it hits amazon like this week. And it's some tasty shit in there so stone still enjoy beautiful man. Happy brother thanks to and thanks for listening to today's show. You can grab all the show notes resources. Pretty much everything that i mentioned or ben greenfield fitness dot com along with plenty of.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"The show Welcome welcome welcome. what you are about to hear is actually podcast recorded with my buddy. Aubrey marcus when i was in austin texas. We sat down at his house and had a a great and meaningful chat. I think you're you're gonna dig. It offers a cool guy and always always interesting discussion. So the show notes everything. Aubrey knight. Talk about you can find at ben. Greenfield fitness dot com for slash. Ben and aubrey ben grievance dot com slash ben and aubrey so anyways before we dive in i think my guest on today's show. Aubrey also does this One tactic that fellas like to do is to pull down their pants in front of a red light panel and shine it on their gonads for an increase into stone. And that's really honestly. Like how. I i started to look into red light. What can i say that that was my. That was my entry but now i have discovered that this red light is good for sleep optimization for simulating sunrise or sunset for college in for a last for thyroid for for a host of physiological functions that are beneficial and that don't involve you either a having balls or be shining lights right on your balls. The company that i use for this is called jew. They make these huge panels that can do a full body treatment on. They have little ones that you can take with you on the go I just got their new unit which has pulsing technology which pulses the near infrared to enhance recovery. The this stuff is just a bee's knees when it comes to what i say when i.

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"ben" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

05:03 min | 4 months ago

"ben" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Me is the only time i've ever seen like you know. Ben affleck goes out of his way to be charming in all except when paparazzi shots or like showing him said and what area like always like this microphone on. Yeah he was. Just is the only time i've ever heard. Lake loses columbia yet. Thanks for bringing that up appreciate it. Yeah really cool that you brought that up. Because at that point he wasn't like that far away from it. Yeah yeah and he wasn't that famous like he was on is he was on his way up and i think he was probably like real conscious of like. I gotta play everything right right now because like. I'm a my way up but like something embarrassing. Yes Getting brought to light me getting into sleeping bag naked with an old man and he was like a teenager right. Yeah around the same time using a burger king commercial thomas you ever seen this commercial. I don't think i have actually. I'm surprised picture. This ben affleck on television. No i had never seen i suffer. Yeah we've seen all the same burger king commercial. We came up together we will. We watched the same stuff. Ben affleck teen driving around the car His car phone rings. All right all right. He answers it in. It's a lady. Tuck in a real sexy voice is a j. Lo is it a young jaylo now. it's just another teen. She was a teen in. It's like hello. Is this burger. King and ben affleck looks up. He's driving. He's driving right by burger king. Yeah it's a burger king. A meanwhile that phone calls causing like eleven ninety nine a minute and She's like can you deliver to my house Like a whopper tries and he's like. Oh yeah absolutely which is like burger king to your frequent delivery. Yeah and you don't put out a commercial implying that maybe you do. That guy caused confusion in the marketplace. But his whole thing is like. This lady sounds sexy. Yeah i'm gonna go bring her burger king and here. I am into so he goes. Guess it gives him his address he goes leaves it in front of the door knocks on the door but his car phone rings again. He goes runs to to answer it. Hello oh hi dad. Meanwhile is babe comes out. Oh any skirt. Why picks up the burger king goes inside and he goes yeah. I'll be right at home. Dad yeah you never get his money for.

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"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Thoughts on that authoritarian moments. Yes i mean the the sort of background. So that for folks. Who don't know is that in the middle of the great depression. Fascism was kind of the way so mussalini was considered actually in pretty good odor by a large swath of left in the united states thing stalin and even hitler hitler was featured as time magazines man of the year in nineteen thirty. Six it the the walters randy's of the world we're still going over to the soviet union and talking about how wonderful things were over there and journal gobert talks about this at length in in his book liberal fascism but the nra was the federal government saying to private businesses. We need you to put up this patriotic symbol inner window. And this is how we know that you are abiding by our request for you to limit your prophet and also give certain wages to particular people and there was actual governmental pressure to the market saying only shop at places that are showing you this special sign this blue equal which is really creepy authoritarian for. Sure i also kind of feel like we're going that way down the slippery slope with the regulations of like where you are allowed to and not go. But i'm sure we'll have some questions related to that and if you're just tuning in her. This is another reminder that order. Purchase a signed copy of ben's new book the authoritarian moment head on over to daily wire dot com slash ben. So let's sign some books. Give some hardworking. Well paid people here at the daily wire. Who got these ready. I'm so tempted to sign. One don't disappoint poor christina in tarrytown new york be like who the heck is alicia. Carlson ben shapiro's book so she wants to say ask you this question. Thanks to our mainstream media. Asking joe biden real hard hitting questions. We now know that. His favorite flavor of ice cream is chocolate chocolate chip. What is your go to ice cream. flavor So carville is the big thing out here and so carbel does have A cake better flavor. That is excellent. it's like a cookie butter flavor. Also that one's really good. I'm big into is they also have like a a toffee alcohol flavored thing. That's they it's one wait. What do you like alcohol. I like alcohol flavor. i'm. I'm still not i'm still a child. Florida has changed you. I mean i always drink. Florida drinks right. Always have like the and i look like basically. This is my place where i'm like an eight year old judres columbus on the beach like. Yeah if no new long enough to know that. I was always i was always florida banned. It was just a question of time. All righty this next question. Comes from sean sean. Ben's going to send your right now. He's a newborn berg oregon and he says it seems like a lot more. People have woken up to the current authoritarian trend. However most people seem to be remaining silent. Like you'd mentioned people are afraid of speaking out right. What do you think it will take for more people to start speaking up while everyone else seems afraid to do so. The big thing is a feeling of momentum's they're always have a few people who step out front and then mobilize everybody else because the the dike has been breached. Now you know the sort of movement you sells critical race theory. It took a few parents to get up and start saying things. That's receive a lot of media attention. A lot of other people got up and they said. Oh wow there are people who agree with me. One of the things that these sort of conspiracy of silence that has occurred on social media in the media with regard to dissenting views. His done is make you feel like you're by yourself like you are alone like you're investment oregon posting all these hashtag exactly. It's it's black square time. All of your friends are gonna be. It's pride month you have to post the rainbow pride flag or something. And if you don't do it then you are definitely on the outs with all of your friends and family and if you say listen i really don't like this is my thing. Then you're by yourself because you've done something wrong but the truth is violence. Your silence is whether they did it. This is one of the points. I make in the book they morphed. The left has more from be polite right. Just don't say anything. That's super offensive. To speech is violence. And if you say something that offends me actually committed an act of violence upon me to silence violence. Which is you must mirror. Every single thing i say and if you do not you have done an act of violence to me but i think the bottom line is that we have to create a feeling that there are a bunch of people who think like you and i think that's one of the things that the book is pointing out if you think that you're in the minority because you think the men are men and women are women you are not. That isn't majority position in the united states. If you think that you're in the minority because you don't believe that united states is inherently racist or that the institutions of the united states founded and racism. Or that. the cops racist if you think that. That's a minority. That is not a minority position has a majority position is just the you've been told by all of these institutional players who control your means of of garnering information that's just a fringe but these are not fringe positions these majority positions but back to shawn's question. Who does it take to step out and say something. In order for people like sean and others. Who are using jane doe when they ask ben shapiro question on public internet because they're afraid of the ramifications who does it take. You have to organize inside your own. Companies with. This really requires collective action. You need if you you need. Basically ten to twenty percents of your company to mobilize with you so fine people with whom you can have solidarity one hundred percent company saves you can find fifteen or twenty other people who agree with you.

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"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

"I can get there without like. Maybe he drifted off there. So so what do you think so so we came up with the project. Cook Circle Mount Mount Circle. Mountain that I I think it sounds like a beautiful thing. I remember to crops which I I like crops. They you know similar family to Berry's so I feel a kinship with that And I like I like circles circles and spinning and I I just I feel so lucky to be able to to to really dedicate these funds to you but In honor of Timmy. Who's WHO's just been such a beautiful? So Yeah Timmy is no longer wearing a shirt. Yeah no sometimes he likes to take it off to do his work and of course you know more connected to the key right. Yes that makes sense opening opening channels channels. He's He's oiled up. It's all part of. I think you'd find that most most acupuncture masters would would also also be wearing oil so you so you're going to release the two point six two million dollars for Cook Circle Mountain. Take it just just thank you so much and Miss Steinbeck. Thank you thank you thank you. Timmy yes thank you. He's wearing a very sort sort of skimpy. I wouldn't call it a pants under underpants winter in New York now is what used to be short. Yes yes I have one one final ask just just to consider. It's a small thing but so cozy zone. It's a podcast. I and I recently started a patron for it where you give a monthly donations of five dollars a to become a cosies zone own member and that means you get early access to episodes you get access to exclusive member only content and of course all of your donations go to supporting the artists featured in the podcast and the all the production costs everything that goes into it so I was wondering Ms Steinbeck would. Would you become a cozy zone member of my patriot. That's that's so sweet but I actually don't I don't I don't deal L. in cash gifts so I know what do you mean I mean I. I'm to donate money to the arts and and end but I I generally When I like to get to give to give vim berries so maybe maybe I can sense? Send a few Barry Bushels. I think you sure yeah I I do love berries. That would be nice. You're sure you can't just do. It's like sixty dollars a year. It's just five dollars a month. It's it's it's it's really not where my heart is. It's I like to give and berries but no by Timmy. I think maybe it's time to see the the gentleman Ab- Ben Ben Joe Ben. Ben Ben Ben is fine and maybe you can see ben an out okay. Okay well Ms Steinbeck. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you for your support and thank you for being a trustee cozine awesome foundation by now by now unle cozy zone. With Ben Weber is produced and edited by me Ben Weber Danny. Townsend broke our theme music. Johanna Campbell case designed the logo. A big thank you to drew Peterson. Listen Beecher's cheese shop and John Campbell case special thanks to Cozy Zone Foundation. Trustee Ms Victoria Steinbeck even though she didn't join Patriot on but but you can visit. WWW dot patriots dot com slash Ben Weber projects follow me on instagram at Ben Weber projects and on the web at www ww dot ben Weber projects dot com. Subscribe to Cozy Zone on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you catch your pods stitcher or spotify and write a review. It is the also nice. Thank you so much for listening. May All your zones because e beautiful.

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"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

"I'm so Hello dear ones. Welcome back to cozy zone with Ben Weber. It's me Ben. Weber wishing you a nourishing rushing and triumphant twenty twenty and a kick ass beginning of a brand new decade. I'm speaking to you on January first. Twenty twenty. I'm here on my by couch in the reckoning room at my apartment if you're tuning in for the first time are you in for heart. Pounding beautifully soothing and profoundly roundly inspiring experience goes his own goes like this..

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Knocks you out. So go to organic by that's gifted with an eye organic fide dot com and use code greenfield. You're going to save twenty. Percent off of anything from our friends at organic by. So enjoy that. And enjoy this episode. You're about to hear again, all the show notes. Are Ben greenfield fitness dot com slash wellness wheel. Enjoy big hand, Ben Greenville, everybody. Thank you. Thank you guys. This is this is kind of like almost like a town hall health talk. And I want this to be super interactive for y'all. So sometimes I'll give a talk, and I'll have like a formal PowerPoint and a and a suit and tie and all that jazz. But today as as Dr Shaw alluded to all on a go over this big comprehensive wellness will because it's pretty sick guys. Can't see there on that side. But basically, there's a whole wheel here that goes over diet and micronutrients and exercise and movement, inflammation, immunity, and what I thought would be cool because it's so comprehensive. I just wanna give you one or two of. My top tips and each of those categories, and I wanna make this very interactive. I wanna talk about what specific to you answer your burning questions as long as it doesn't have anything to do with the strange growth on your right forearm or something like that. We'll try and keep this relevant to the whole crowd. But it's going to be very cute and a ish tonight. So the way that the Q and A will work is I will dive into each topic, and we'll just dwell on that topic. We'll open it up ferment on. We'll do some questions on it. And then kind of move onto the next topic. So you can at any point if you have a question is raise your hand will run a Mike out to you answer your question and then continue to move on through the wellness wheel. So the sound like a plan to you guys usually talk at you for the next hour of okay, we'll make it more of a conversation. And I literally just took some notes on on my on my phone. This is very very formal about each of the different aspects of the wheel that I want to cover. I also. Put a longevity guide. I worked on like a free PDF for everybody here. So if you go to Ben greenfield, fitness dot com slash next health talk. Then Griddle Vince dot com slash next health talk is where you can download this PDF..

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