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Building a Daily Immune Boosting Routine | Jennifer Shaw
"And low everyone. Dr Denver Shock to you today from San Diego. I just want to give you a quick introduction to myself seeing away chatting with each day about keeping your immune system strong. I am a doctor. Physical therapy I have been a deter wellness advocate for just over five years really passionate about essential oils as they've changed every element of my life And I'm super excited about this topic because for me. What I find is arm. Unity is really what we do on a consistent daily basis how we take care of our bodies day in day out is really what means this. The difference between our museum be strong and weak and we can really manage that by some simple consistent habits. We're GONNA talk about four habits today in some of my favorite hair products that use along those habits. The four habits are sleeping. Are Eating our water intake and the movement of our body so some of the oils. I love for supporting my immune system in these four key habits. I for that. I may talk about force. My favorite numbers fairly so lemon is the first one. We're going to talk a deadly about water intake. Inputting lemon in your water throughout the day really just helps support your body energizing. It helps you feel lifted him. Just keep everything moving throughout your digestive system and it really just can't gives you a little bit of backup end for me making you drink a little bit more water so when we talk about water take we wanNA make sure that we're drinking hardaway mouses armour in wire that's just to keep our bodies functioning optimally so when we're talking bookkeeping immune system strong were not consuming enough water. Our body is going to have more fights to fight and we WANNA keep it real simple and give everything. It needs to consume water throughout the day. In just one two drops in a twelve to fourteen out to water model. You can do that. A couple Doomsday Andrew. Lemon using your water and drink water throughout the day. The next one I really love is are on guard protective lead. When we're talking about supporting our immune system. We have talked about this essential oil in Ireland. To just use it preventatively I hauled the backup for my immune system. I like it to come and just be there to help. Give my support so you can take a job of on guard under your tongue at it to your oatmeal in the morning. Maybe put it into water drink yet if you had small ones at home it's really great to have the Ongart touch and you could just roll it. Onto the bottom of their feet. Being consistent with this product is absolutely key to giving us the support that weedy so using that unger turning to daily absolutely powerful. Unscrewing arming system. Another one that I love is Frankincense. In the reason being is this essential oil just supports our body in optimal function. I it it can help to lower stress level manager move. Just really help us kind of feel more. Even Keel in stress is really one of the worst things for our body when we're talking about immunity if we have a high stress level. Our Body has more battles to fight in. It's just it's really not optimal situation. I find taking a job break-ins in the morning when I take On Guard really just helped lower that stress level in just helps me feel ha more relaxed so grand that brecon sense when you're feeling the emotions rise you're feeling a little all over the place in just helped bring everything back down so that our our body can be a little more prepared to debate last oil. I want to talk about his serenity. Mentioned sleep being one of the four key habits that we need to focus on sleep tends to be the first thing loss for people and people are like. I don't mean that much sleep. I'm okay off five hours. Some sleep will research shows quite the opposite. We all need at adults need seven to nine hours of sleep. Kids need more sleep than that. There is research out there ladies that we need on average in our more sleep than men. So if you're at banner significant other give you a hard time even pull it out but really seriously when we're talking about keeping our museum strong we absolutely to give our mind to sleep. This is when our body recovers. This is when we allow our digestive system to get a break. It's when our body does its own healing and one of the best thing that we do to support. Our Body is give it that time to do that. Work so using your serenity. Essential oil in your diffuser making sure you're applying to your feet between thirty minutes before you go too bad if you wake up in the middle of the night and you're struggling to fall back asleep grabbing random putting a little bit more on the bottom of your feet really does the trick to settle your mind. That sleep is so important when we talk about our meeting so grabner serenity. Use It as much as you need you so those would be my top four essential oil that I incorporate in my daily routine in how these them. Let's talk about some supplements and how incorporate We cannot talk about though Tara or out without talking about lifelong vitality lifelong. Ray Tally is the foundation to our house. When we have our lifelong vitality. We're taking it warning evening. We are fueling our body with the tools that it needs to take your missile. We're giving it hope. Vitamins and minerals. We're giving it plant oils fish oils any oxidants Omega everything. Our Body needs to function Oxley. These AB absolutely changed my life in. I can't even express how many ways if I were to have to take one product with me. At all times it would always be my lifelong vitality But when we do not fuel our bodies with what what needs the vitamins minerals. Maga's our bodies struggles in match-winner `twin-arm immune system is weakened. And we need to give the bunny wet needs of communes assume CONSTRUC- so taking your leg on Taliban is absolutely key now if you have children two-tier has some really incredible supplements that you can give the Kiddos to make sure that they are getting the nutrients that so getting. The foundation is absolutely key so when we talk about eating that's one of the habits it so important for us right. We need to make sure that we are eating as much. Fresh as we can roots in veggies We're we're consuming real product shopping. The outside of the grocery store trying not to see me from the processed foods but even if we're eating organic eating high quality foods were not getting the nutrients that we need from the process today so ensuring that you have something like tear supplements for adults and for children for your family is absolutely key. And if you're in a time where you're having trouble getting fresh fruits and vegetables Tear Greens absolute wonderful options. Make sure that you're still getting the benefit of this region becky's without the fresh in veggies so eating real high quality foods real foods and limiting. Your body is absolutely key. Then I want to also talk about a couple other supplements. The probiotics are so important when we talk about immune. There's a lot of research out there now. To see the providing those products for our bodies really can help with overall health. So what I know is that if I keep my gut strong and what I can do to keep my gut strong is I can give it a Provi and by keeping my gut strong Mike Gut can do. Its job to participate in the immune system so maintenance sure that I have that probiotic and taking it. You have kiddos. They're lucky enough. They take the PBS. This it's delicious. It's kind of like Pixie stick. I wish I am take that everyday Version but providing that support for my gut is a way for me to support my own immune system through hell ended in the favorite garp. These are incredible. This is a combination of different essential oils designed to just help give you back your your immune system a little bit more backups. So I take these daily because I am around a lot of people teaching Van Yoga events. I have a little niece who I kindly referred to as Kuti Monster. Because that's just what kids I I WANNA make sure that I have. The support remind body that I need these every single day with my travel and everything to just keep me feeling healthy and strong so not a great option to just keep your immune system support it. And lastly in this upper limit department. We're GONNA talk about Serambi Complex and serenity is key because this is going to help support again your sleep so you have this. This essential oil complex. It's all natural You have lavender Albanian. Lemon Balm Passion Lower German. Kamya you soft gel or two before bed and again if you wake up in the middle of night you can grab that to help you sleep so really important
"brecon" Discussed on FT Politics
"Is a negative them however much Downing Street somewhat hilariously Ashley. We're trying to process it. It was a positive sign because it showed that business for the first time really understood that Brexit was going to happen. I mean I know what they mean because the markets have got this wrong for three years but even so so that's a really weird way to react something very negative and then you know some polling data came out which showed a bit of a Boris Bounce but he's really unpopular with female voters Otas and then of course at the end of the week we've had the result from the Brecon by election which shows the strategic decision to consolidate the pro brexit vote has costs costs because you're in danger of losing a lot of moderate voters and remain voters to some sort of remain alliance headed up by the Lib Dem's so I think it's been a really interesting week because it seen they're a strategy become more obvious whereas you know in the leadership campaign. He was slightly trying to build things to all people and it seems to me at the start of the week. At least he was determined to go down that route as say throughout the week. They've been things for example such of it. The chancellor designating two billion pounds for new deal planning but at times he felt the Post Johnson didn't quite have the confidence in his own strategy started. Is this warm up to the idea of a deal and start talking Scotland about walking one thousand miles for do you think he really believes in the strategy well. It's actually the six billion pounds or more no question isn't it never mind any dulles them because the amount that they're setting aside for no deal planners absolutely astronomical when attitude together and you have that extraordinary day hey on which Michael Grove who's in charge of the new deal planning so that it was now the government's operating assumption that we would leave without a deal and then Boris Johnson contradicting him and rowing back and saying we still want to have a deal so it's very difficult to work out whether it's a very expensive bluff but the likelihood of it actually happening is huge each now yeah absolutely now William in Brechin for this week's by-election first big electoral tests for the new Prime Minister of the voters actually make them I think as elsewhere he's a Massively in the week after he took over so clearly there is some popularity for Boris Johnson in that area even if a lot of people find him pretty objectionable reasonable and I think you've got a lot of Labor voters for example holding their noses in voting tactically just to make life harder for him. It was brexit the main issue on the doorstep. Would you say I in Brooklyn and Rodman show given the constituency voted leave back in two thousand sixteen well. It voted very narrowly. Leave <hes> roughly reflecting the national vote actually I it's definitely a preoccupation because it's going to be a very serious issue for farmers in the area and there's a lot of them. She actually outnumber humans by ten to one in the constituency stitch agency and I think you know farmers are also remember the foot and mouth disease which led to a massive cull of animals about twenty years ago <hes> and they're worried that a no deal brexit could lead to similar sorts of calls because British demand for she wouldn't be able to cope with the the number of sheep they have so. There's a lot of nervous but there's also among some farmers strangely you know there's a there's a belief in Boris Magic but somehow he's going to send them in and protect them that he'll have he has some fullback policy up his sleeve that will save them at the end of the day so those Li voting farmers and a lot of them did vote. Leave are actually slipped quietly confident about Komo brexit strategy is quite quite peculiar is interesting is that the sheep farmers probably the most exposed sector of the British economies were no deal exit forty percent tariffs on sheep meat exports a near quite a few of us. You say voted leave interesting phenomenon now Miranda..
"brecon" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast
"Probably means if I do next ex-pilot mel try and fight harder or more effectively miss time so if a small they'll learn from this and we'll probably get better so finance OAKVILLE probably damaged conservatives. There's more future. <hes> lived tend to be quite good at by-election Watch. Do you see any seats potentially bubbling up as being by-election seats. If we don't have a general election I well we always is. We've got <hes> Sheffield Hallam which is Nick Clegg salt seat <hes> coming up in the autumn because the incumbent Labour M._p.. Has said he's going to stand down the most obvious one and then who knows what which ones my come along buttons there was a steady stream of marginalization it it has it has been different shades of marginalize conservative lived a marginal. It's been a very wealthy seat so sort of seat where traditionally it was conserved to see you for decades until ninety seven so yeah I think all three of the parties could claim that they could win it. A moment and the Conservatives made the choice in Brooklyn well it seemed before the election and our choice to stand the the disgrace come to again who had been convicted of food in ordinary times this would have. I've been an absolute disaster for them. It turns out. Actually it wasn't what what are you taking from that from. Is People care about brexit Willing to forgive almost anything if they get their version of praxis I maybe if it'd be the other way round. Maybe that would have been true that too so certainly I talked to a lot of people who are planning to vote conservative who said things like well. It wasn't much money or he's being punished now or even but they had signed areco petition for now they'll go conservatives such rhino malices consecutive abbey but now wanted him back and I think that's inevitable and I think it's possible that some of Brexit vote was because people who are pro leave but didn't like <hes> what he had done. I wanted to show their disapproval so it might have been held for for conservatives to push down much more and also I think there are a lot of br exhibitors <hes> obviously on the more extreme side who have a similar <hes> <hes> lack of confidence in the Conservative Party to the last three years we think they say whatever they need to say and they're not actually in their heart of hearts true levers but the the thing the thing that for me has not been said enough in the coverage that I've seen seen that this was a seat and I think that's a really key thing so to say you know it was a live them Tory marginal in the Lib Dem's I went with the remaining alliance and ended up sort of winning by by a little bit but it was leave see according to the best for Britain our research that I've talked about on the show quite a bit where we do something cool brexit shift which I have to say very carefully <hes> we we look bucket which seats of switched away from leave to be majority remain in Brooklyn is one of those in Twenty Sixteen Brechin was only forty eight point three percent remain on by about this time share it had shifted to fifty two point six percent remain and when we pulled up constituency in a couple laments ago <hes> sixty three percent of voters. They're want another referendum. They WANNA final say so you're right because actually lived on voters. Just didn't necessarily vote remained factor into six particularly in areas of the country where the Liberals had done well but knows of a non-conformist attitude of being the natural position addition to conservatism that particular areas where were Labor hadn't unionized so there is a takeaway guess with a massive caveat obviously sleet extrapolating from a by line to something what from by-elections something wider for me it would be that take especially taking taking the European parliamentary elections in this by election in looking at the pattern to me. The lesson is that if remain to unite they can win..
"brecon" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Why I'm here to make this simple free to digest the FBI's primary source that in the end of October they used to get a warrant to spy on Trump, and they swear they have no derogatory information about they swear is telling the truth. A month before they swear to the weren't meets with a State Department official and says, hey, you really need to investigate this Alpha-bank connection to Trump Tower. What was the Alpha-bank story, let me sum it up for you, because it's so dumb. You're gonna laugh that there was a Bank that had a server in Trump Tower that was communicating Ping's to Trump Tower. And those pens more like a Morse code. And they told Trump went to pick up the phone to coordinate with Putin, that there was an information. Thank you. Thank you audience. Thank you very much. Thank you. That was not a comedy bit. We put the laugh sign up. Unfortunately, that's actually true. Yeah. A entirely debunked wackadoo. It'll conspiracy theorist put this out on the internet. That the Russians had a secret server in Trump Tower that was doing paintings hall paintings. They were doing things Pinkus, Hague's joked that they translate, the paintings was like Morse code pink. Did it come over in, like some kind of secret code folks Oh me? man. What's the problem here? Still tells cavalier about this before the FBI swears to the Pfizer and the story had already been debunked by the FBI. Oh, you don't believe me. Let's pull up the New York Times. Yes. The New York slimes October thirty first twenty sixteen investigating Donald Trump FBI sees no clear link to Russia. Look at the date, October thirty first twenty sixteen. This is right at the time the FBI is swearing to the FIS accord, that there is a link to Russia, but within the pieces, and interesting little tidbits snippet portion. T- point takeaway, bullet here. It is. In classified sessions in August and September intelligence officials. That means John Brennan, by the way briefed congressional leaders on the possibility of financial ties between Russians and people connected to Mr. Trump's all really. So let me get this straight. They're talking about Brennan Brennan. This is the Brennan, Harry Reid reef. Brecon August is also briefing, Harry Reid and congressional leaders in the gang of eight about this ridiculous. Alpha-bank story. Where did he get this from? Christopher Steele, maybe. No, joe. That's not possible, because Brennan's already told us, he has not seen the task. Until december. He probably didn't see the dossier till December, but he was talking to steal way before that, right? Put that back. Yeah. Thank you. So again, let me translate for the New York Times, so Brennan's briefing them about this Alpha-bank tip that already been been debunked in August. Meaning he's talking to steal because feels telling the same thing to the State Department. The piece goes on. They focused particular attention on what cyber experts. Meaning the bunk conspiracy theorists said appear to be a mysterious computer backchannel between the Trump organization, and the Alpha-bank one of Russia's largest banks and whose owners have long standing ties to Putin home. My gosh. The piece goes on. FBI officials spent weeks, Adnan, computer data showing an odd stream of activity to Trump organization server and Alpha-bank computer logs obtained by the time. So the two servers at Alpha-bank sent more than twenty seven hundred look up messages, the first step for one systems computers to talk to another to a Trump connected server, beginning in the scream in the spring. Wow. This sounds really bad. The ping story may be true. No, the story goes on from the New York slimes themselves, but the FBI ultimate concluded that there was could be an innocuous explanation, like marketing Email or spam for the computer context, which is what they absolutely determined because it's in the Muller reports elsewhere. Follow me here. This is important key. Takeaway. Half, Johnny Brennan who claims he doesn't know you steals about Steele dossier, and he hasn't seen it till December two thousand sixteen in August of twenty sixteen is very suspiciously briefing congress about information he claims he doesn't have the alphabet story which we know he must have gotten from steel because Theo's telling everyone, including Kathleen cavalier at the State Department who passes it to the FBI. I Brennan wasn't dealing with steel..
"brecon" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"So it's like, how do we write it made more sense in sort of the timeline in terms of like the way that the episode was shown in terms of? Okay. There was the merge feast. And then nobody. He founded and then the next episode. It was like the producers are like, hey, guys, you missed it at the merge fees. But it is weird. And that there was the merge fees. And then they immediately found a clue to the same thing that was at the merge fees, so close right after the feast I now, and so that's the thing. I don't know if it was like hidden because you know, like nobody had looked for it. Like, it did take me twelve hours before office it process. I was literally thinking about it constantly. And it was like a lightbulb moment rows like I know what it means. But I totally understand. If you're the producers, if you're that, you know, the producers on the show, and I never said anything out loud until I went to go look for it. Because I didn't I didn't know it. So they don't know what's happening in my head. So they're probably thinking, well, no one figured it out we better plant clue, but they don't know that like I've been processing it for twelve hours. And so it was pretty funny. Like by the time, I went to go look for it. I remember like like, I was pretty sure that there was something there because like whatever like I talked about it and confessionals and stuff. Like that. They were like, oh like you seem obsessed with this palm tree. And I was like, yeah. There's something there. I was literally like I was obsessed. It was like I was thinking freak and the funny. The frustrating thing is then later like when Christian finds his idol when the David's wake up really early to go do their idol hunting. I only looked around that area. Because at the time, I still didn't know that nicotine found it. Yeah. And I was so obsessed with it where I was like there is no way that I'm wrong about this clue. It is there. It's got to be there. And I in retrospect, I should a look back on it. Because I remember Nick said something to me where he was like, well, I feel like if it were here it would just kind of be on top like it wouldn't be like buried cause. I was literally like digging. He's like I feel like if he more obvious in retrospect, it's like found it helped me dig up the beach. And then he would be like, oh, let's not get too sketchy like. Frustrated because I spent all my time looking for the idol there. I wasn't looking with Christian. I'm thinking the Brecon palm tree obsessing over Emily where Christian found it was on the opposite side of the island..
"brecon" Discussed on Science in Action
"Two hundred and forty degrees celsius so this is conditions nothing like what we have on the earth so the nitrogen that is in the air all around us here on the earth is mostly frozen out on the surface of pluto and produces this vast laker frozen nitrogen and how big these dooms if you couldn't don't suppose sort of translate them to the sahara and say look the same thing well quite comparable in size to the large june's that we would see in the sahara ten meters tens of meters something like that so you could go down in principle you could it wouldn't be too hard to climb up them and slide down the other side if you're gravity's pretty weak i does sound a bit like i don't know one of these landscapes you get install wars from time to time i mean absolutely magical to be on and he took sort of blithely about the winds i had no idea you have matt misty little own winds on something as remote as pluto yes pluto has it's a very thin atmosphere but it's a very deep atmosphere it extends hundreds of kilometers above the surface it is continually supplied by evaporation of ice on the surface of the recombines sation of ice on the surface of a very dynamic relationship between the atmosphere and the ice on the surface so the isis continually redistributing itself across pluto because pluto has very extreme seasons on when the sun shines on one hemisphere of pluto the ice evaporates from that hemisphere and it goes in brecon dense on the winter hemisphere and so that causes winston blow all the time some of which quite strong and they seem to be strong enough to.
"brecon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast
"So you know he doesn't have a big big thing cabbie alert the gas seems a bit kinda like he's just i'm not definitive right now because most of the time he sounds like an idiot but but i don't think i don't think he's trying to impress people with big words like most politicians do an se that with a lot of public speakers i see guys on stage that they're great speakers but do there is no business you know i i know guys that are out there doing two hundred and fifty gigs year in front of audiences talking about business but they don't run a business so you got guys that are operating on instagram like they're superstars you would think that these people are loaded rich did there's no money there's no machine there's no business there's no employee's into brecon facade so have i always talk like this i mean i've always had a big mouth you know i've always had an opinion and and you know probably probably a little bit like this but like now i'm not getting trump anymore right i'm you know i figured my way out somehow in and i i still undo it right my wife when we go places she i know she said no needles most of the time 'cause she's she's like he's going to say something that offends someone but with me here it is most of the time half the time you're not gonna like what i say but but but at least with me you know all the time where you're at but i don't like something you can see it if i do like something you can see it it's black or white with made there's nothing there's no gray in between.
"brecon" Discussed on 1A
"Thirty seconds they said d minus planet money podcast about the economy and sometimes about rocket ships simon winchester's new book called the perfectionists tells the story of precision engineering from the steam engine to quantum computing he argues that precision has not just made things smaller and faster it's made the modern world possible and he joins us in studio simon winchester welcome to one a well hello thank you how did this get on your radar y precision when was the first time that you looked at something in its precision and marveled at it well a long time ago about thirty years ago i suppose i had i was working as a journalist in london and i was given a dream assignment make six journeys through europe any way you wanted right about it so i saved her yacht from stockholm to helsinki i wrote a motorbike from munich to tear in i walked from cowardice to gibraltar i wrote a horse through the black forest of germany i took a train from the victoria hotel in london to victoria station to victoria hotel in brecon switzerland and drove a car from the westernmost point of europe to the eastern is point i decided during rather drunken lunch in london rather than drive my volvo i would see it froze royce would give me a call and let me down they did they said come up to the factory tomorrow pick up an order that hasn't been collected rolls royce silver spirit i think it was in ocean blue and you can have it for three months and so i fell in love with rolls royces and because the story that eventually was a picture of me sitting outside the great gate of kiev in the ukraine on this rolls royce it made the cover of the magazine so pleased with rolls royce with that they kept giving me these.
"brecon" Discussed on Rocket
"And then i did that i did very but i have to say i was in the airport a lot so if it was like it was it was it was like a twenty hour plus journey to get there so that's a lot of airport okay so let's talk speaking of actually nintendo and sega actually will mostly just intendo nintendo there is an ex point exploit for the switch that was discovered that allows people to play homebrew games on it and the verges a deck on this is a nightmare scenario from intendo but you know what it is is like the best thing that's probably ever happened to everyone in it's unfixable from from all accounts so this is this is nine god like this isn't nintendo's fall this is actually something with nbc has terra x one ship which is what they use for the switch and it's also what they use you know it's similar to what's used in the shield but yeah there's some sort of exploit that apparently does is not patch people and right now it's it's it's a tethered i guess joe break them and they don't really have any working experts now in brecon talk more about this but it's kind of like in the old jailbreak for the iphone days like the idea would be you would have to do the job rake every single time you moved up the console so in getting into that that buddha mode can be difficult but i mean this is just the first step like to me i feel very confident and i'd love to hear your thoughts on the spree and also your simone i want to hear you guys thoughts i feel very confident that in a couple of months there's going to be a really easy software like exploit too.
"brecon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Democrats all just about all either democrats are a couple of republicans have worked for president obama they're not looking at the other side they're not looking at the hillary clinton horrible things that she did and all of the crimes that were committed they're not looking at all the things that happened that everybody is very angry about i can tell you from the republican side and i think even the independence side they only keep looking at us so they find no collusion and then they go from there and they say well let's keep going and they rated office of a personal attorney early in the morning and i think it's a disgrace so we'll be talking about it more but this is the most conflicted group of people i've ever seen right so he's out there saying again to witch hunt that this group is conflicted even though the three top people in our republicans he he's saying that he in a moment we're going to get to the firing of robert muller because he was asked directly and he's a very interesting response to it but we're going to get that stand by we'll get we'll play that for a few minutes but i wanna i wanna i wanna get to the some of what he is saying here says a they broke in brecon to destroy whatever they have and you have to go in and get it and that's what they're allowed to do and they had all the location simultaneously so that no one would get any notice.
"brecon" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Excited to see i can't wait somebody's face can't wait and just can't wait you know that you see here man this is a good sign is already speaking to fans of the first wins are the you know the ones that are going to be the most important fans resonating with the fans at ready now let's go ahead and move onto almost i always looks like brand sad brother see what he says he's a little bit lower is it three out of five citing does is that a bad thing a good thing let's listen we'll just watch deadpool two the new trailer again and there is some laughs in there i actually think it looks really good action action looks really stepped up from the first one i love to ending joke where the second film stepped up and ramped up and better than the first one even and i'm not the biggest deadpool i finish it hasn't phone with it but it's not a really rewatch to me but i'm really excited to see deadpool two so hopefully delivers a c you point your finger at this man right here saying no and he's making sense to me yeah i agree completely with what he said about the first one is i enjoyed some of it it's just not rewatch amal and here's the thing daniel i'm not somebody's making fun of you about that because this the humor in these movies they are so for the fans of the comic as oz was saying you know the thing that you've been talking about like brecon fourth wall talking to people that's part of the character comic books it's not gonna work for everybody.
"brecon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Would be a mission coming from dusts a tiny dust particles and pebbles which are to direct building blocks of planets but then you can also use all emma ina hi spectrum resolution mode brecon kickout photons coming from individual molecules and that's most the idea is looking after this high spectral resolution mode and so can you combines the information from both of these then to see how potentially lifeforming planets a growing yes we have figured out a lot of the dust structure we have figured out some of the chemical structure and now it's time to trade combined it to you to see how to chemical structures depend on where the dust is somewhat the dust is steering for example are there chemicals signatures of planet formation could we see the formation of earth like planets by looking for a particular kind of molecule that should show up right there's a planet this warming those are exactly the next steps we are looking to do karen oba gone the remarkable power the alma array in unraveling the mystery of space and he wasn't od'd life in outer space that in case me at the aaa s there was life in in a space molly in a space and yours it was only a few weeks ago that we reported on a smart spy pale the could sniff out the conditions of the one and a half kilos of bacteria another stuff living in y'all got a whole succession of the tripoli ass was given after the growing understanding of this gut microbiome and his contribution to our health which goes a long way beyond just helping us digest our dna research is that talked about peering into this microbial ecosystem and bringing it out into the lab among them microbiome enthusiast janet canson chee scientists the biology at the pacific northwest smashing lebar tree an increasingly in may's by how closely linked the human is to the microbiome said basically microbes live on every accessible bodies fight those on skin and insider body these and they carry out important functions for our health for example lover immunity is actually based in our gut as well as director of the center for metre no mix and microbiome research at baylor college of medicine joe petra seena should know the.
"brecon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"Welcome the econ talk part of the library of economics and liberty i'm your host rush roberts stanford university hoover institution our website is econ talked out a world where you could subscribe to comment on this podcast and find links and other information related to today's conversation bill also find her archives where you can listen to every episode we've ever done going back to two thousand and six or email addresses mail it econ talked dot org we'd love to hear forget today is a member thirty is 2017 i'm i guess our brink lindsay of than a scanner center where he directs the open society project in steven tell us of johns hopkins and in the skin and centre steve appeared on he can talk in april of 2014 discussing clue jockocracy his term for overly complex political governance today brecon steve will be discussing their book the captured economy how the powerful enriched themselves slow down growth in increase inequality brink welcomed econ talk and steve welcome back russ thanks for having us big you're having is russ now in the beginning of the book you right is a quote the rise of inequality is to a significant extent a function of state action rather than the invisible hand in this state action by suppressing and mr reckoning entrepreneurship in competition has rendered our economy less innovative and dynamic as well as less fair i want you to expand on his central idea of the book and give us a short sketch of the of the argument brink why did you start asaf here in the twentyfirst century the us economy is suffering a kind of double whammy malays uh inequality rising inequality particularly uh with uh increasing shares of total income going to a favoured few at the very top and also slow growth uh the average growth rate so far in the twentieth century has been about one percent in terms of gross annual growth in real gdp per capita that's half the growth rate of the that was the average rate during the 20th century so we've had a precipitous go.
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"And a half twelve twenty seven and a half and the big show clock hey wanted take a look at a story i took a look at the morning here it's on a new implement out there nuts not being developed in touted by an implement company but rather a one of sara friends the seed corn industry been on display this summer and it says starting to get some work in planning wheat right now not just any planner backs hybrids says unveiled the concept planner that makes multi row with and multi hybrid planting reality in just one machine jason i think it's gay heimer jason gay hammer abets practical farm research operation manager talks to us brecon plant ten twenty and thirty interro wits at any given moment throughout the field as well as malta hybrid variablerate seating and variablerate fertilizer at any given moment with this planner will build tests all those aspects you know on the fly in one one field to try to maximise every acre the way it needs to be in terms of of their correct row spacing hybrid and population so we'll be doing that initial testing the spraying of 2018 on corn and soybeans or also real excited about the capabilities of 10inch planted wheat and so we'll be doing a row with population trawl this fall where we look at 10inch plan and we verses fifteen and verses drilled seven and a half inch at a couple of populations so how about that beck seed talking about a new plant her that's going to be out there variable widths and variable hybrids throughout the field so this is a planner that's developed for research right well it it'll be it'll be marketed here i mean it it'll it'll be marketed in the whole key is going to be able to change i believe the hybrids on the on the uh planner you know disable you could have your field mapped out indiana plant differ bureau with stiffer hybrids zan not so sure about row which had coroner beans but i think that's the user for we but i think the hybrid deselection to be able to the variably plant hybrids would be the would be the cabinet had some sandy soil the rujiena run through the essence you can pool a machine to.
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"Twenty one eight hundred eighty one twenty twenty one st james dr john and again we're so excited to hear from you about time i live in a town they took a lane added a brecon main fair oranje bed a made by grueling home unearned very rain back on the carpet get oh and then we have to pay more money or gas could we're leaning occurred but they don't want grab currently work ride ran a bicycle with kind of a special psychopaths it an eight to ride the bike and a hard lane ill nothing but the people that they're holding and then between the bike in the body there is no right late behind a while you're waiting for of four hundred mallender who want a long wait for the bus to finish and driving get where you could try to bond right and they wrap it in the back blame reactor with enacted in nobody ride the brought in can't do it if it weren't for people that actually work it make money anyway i it thank you for leaving your opinion on hang up by china weekdays at two kfi am 640 relating talk when president trump is asked what's the proof where's the beef i'd like to see the beef and i'm not getting it i know the emails are coming all you do is attack trump attack trump attack trump on this wing yes and for those of you that at are screaming at me would you like to see some evidence or you're just okay with the president saying it's there either way i'll take my way bill handel weekdays at six after the wakeup call at five am 640 more stimulating talk.