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Reconquest Episode 269: No, Were Not Ready for Antichrist Yet Guest: Dr. Anthony Stine

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12:41 min | 5 months ago

Reconquest Episode 269: No, Were Not Ready for Antichrist Yet Guest: Dr. Anthony Stine

"Based upon various other prophecies could be lengthened or shortened based upon n- How much men cooperate you know if they're if they're if they're if they're good it'll be lengthened. If they're bad it'll be shortened Which is almost a childish way of saying it but that's no but it's it's it's probably accurate. I i think a good example of that is everyone. Remembers the message. Fatima with the warning of you know some terrible chastisement in seoul's falling to help people remember. The hollywood stuff will say the stuff that while. I would say the hollywood stuff but i was not a fan of that movie injuries at fatima movie. I was a little surprised to see how few souls depicted in hell and the hell seen. Oh i never saw so i. I've heard mixed reviews most mostly. it was Not a lot of repentance in that movie. Oh goodness depict good to actually pretty decent depiction of the freemasons surprised at that but Not a fan of that movie. But people forget about the one of the requests of our lady at at fatima. Which was the keeping of the five for saturday's devotion. Part of the fatima message. How many parishes have a first saturday mass. Not many very few and it's usually traditional at mass communities whether it's an sgx chapel or a fss to christ king whatever. They're usually the ones having a first saturday mass. And even then they're mass. Attendance looks not to two different from the daily masses that they would have. So you're saying we're not doing what our lady call for. That are that at at fatima. she didn't just. It's not just a message to the to the pope and the bishops. It's also the message. To the rest of us that we have to do penance. And make reparation in the five for saturday's as a way of making reparation the consecration of russia to the immaculate heart of mary until you have a fair number of faith keeping feifer saturdays devotion. that's my suspicion. Yeah good point good point so if it's right there with you get the leaders you deserve kind of Okay so So we have then This distinction between the the fifth age and then edging off into the sixth age. Now what what comes between the two Would seem to be this age of chastisement and you One thing. I like about your channel is. You're not just giving your own opinions. Mostly you're relying heavily on the official for the listeners. Doctor stein will sit here and read an entire text into into his computer and recorded an an uploaded encyclicals and letters of of of archbishop vegan. Oh and things like that. But you rely very heavily on the actual messages which you just read from one to the other to the other the other and i i notice in some of these messages that describe the chastisement it's described in br absolutely brutal terms at paris will be destroyed. I would that went down as i was listening to it And you know. I have a hard time keeping some of these messages separate though because they all sound the same to me to give away the of the gravity of what we're talking about is these are people are not making stuff up. Although on the flip side of that it would probably not be that hard to fake an apparition or fake. This kind of thing all you'd have to do is this is why i wish that brink was they bring inquisitor back if only for these sorts of events right. I don't think we'd be going with magic aurea. If there was an equipment you know a formal vatican inquisitor whose job was to go and really hard line way. Investigate these kind of messages but they all run together. It's why and usually that one will fill in the missing pieces for another one. This is why is one of the reasons why i like. If you wanna call it that the message of a lowest earl meyer. The german peasant who was a dow ser. And when i mentioned who was a douse people got mad. They're like oh that's witchcraft. That's the vatican centeno. The church actually approved of water dowsing did as long as the dow cer- when asked where the gift came from attributed to heaven if that was working and trump than the church was fine with it and a little sore meyer had a vision of our lady and then he had dousing say so. He said it's from her. That's fine he didn't you know he was living in the era of world war two and a little bit after and he a lot of people said he was having nightmares about the war as part of his visions where like china invading the united states. Which sounds insane except for that would sounded insane. Two years ago doesn't sound as say now especially with like. Did you hear that. The chinese were playing war games in canada. Yeah neither navy was sitting off the canadian coast. I mean that stuff doesn't sound is insane anymore. He described a russian invasion of europe. That would go all the way to italy that some of the some of their military would be stopped in germany but the red flag of communism will fly over it over. Saint peter's and he describes vivid details like yellow powder being used by the american military in europe to stop the russian advancement that anything that touched died nothing can touch the area. It was sprayed on for like a year safely. The very strange details. That don't sound like world war to me. Yeah yeah okay yeah yet. There are other provinces. The the that you cite again just like you. These things tend to run into each other with me. I think it may have been regionally. Johnny or elizabeth canary mora who said that The russians would advance through through mainland europe and get to italy and then the the The they would be there would be basically a conversion at that point would convert. I have my suspicions about what that's going to be. My suspicion is that the vatican is going to it that this will happen probably while the vatican is in having one of its many pointless senate's except that you're gonna you'll probably have because of the declining situation either a pope who is elected who is a quote unquote moderate or. You're going to have a pope who has a radical interior conversion away from modernism and either case my suspicion is going to tell people they're gonna tell the hierarchy who are there that they are going to concentrate russia to the immaculate heart. And then the next thing that i'm curious about is how many of them say yes or say. No because if one way for that for a pope to handle this if the next pope comes in and says demands everybody doing that. They are automatically excommunicated. If they don't and that they will have an advisor they will have a livestream to the vatican doing the consecration hundreds of livestreams in multiple languages Right you know. All the seminarians in rome are busy. You know that day making sure but if they refuse out there ipso facto excommunicated which means are no longer in communion with the pope. The also makes me wonder. If you have you know all of them say no and that except for like three or four reasonably orthodox bishops. Who say who are. Then the only bishops in the world and communion with the pope and most of them die except for maybe to help rebuild the church afterwards when the russians come in although. I'm not a believer in the message. We received from the vatican in two thousand. I actually the war re look at that that less. I think that that's actually that that has anything to do with adema. Okay so you think that the the vision message For want of a better term that was published in two thousand is not legit at all. I've i've become less and less convinced that it is because i've read the met. The prophecy of pope saint pious attention. It's almost verbatim the same about the about one of his one of his successors walking out of rome over the dead bodies of cardinals. Yes now the The counter-argument is well. of course. it's almost the same is he was given the the the third secret of fatima. Not knowing what it was and he documented as failsafe and that could be the case. But i tend to be more and more of the mind that third secret of fatima is warning of a clear of ecclesiastical freemasonry and the and the great apostasy and the consequences of a disastrous council. That was a launching of all that which then leads into a material chastisement because what happens when the catholic faith isn't preached in the world more. What happens when the churches in the lone voice of reason in the world. The still has moral authority. What happens with all that happened. Well when all that goes away you yeah yeah. Chaos you point you point out in one of the video saying today you you said since there is no salvation outside. The church is such a scandal that the churches fall into this low ebb. And i think it was in the context of talking about the prophecies of murray Julie shahani had seen the the horrible state of the clergy. What what would happen to the clergy and how it would be all of this terrible corruption the clergy I guess holds. How're hotels had seen it too. I mean he starts a community of priests to improve the the spirituality of freese in his own time Presumably with some success although they only lasted one hundred years and then they and then they folded so i do think that Do you think that that one do you suppose because you say this about there is no selfish at the church. In one of the wheels shockers. Is that the clergy iphone to where we are. Things are so bad as they are now and that's just a scandal to those outside the church. It's it's a. It's a stopping them from coming into the church because they see all this corruption Do you think that's part of these. These apparitions with they're trying to tell us. I almost certainly believe that. I mean if you look at the of western christianity around the time of fatima. You'll notice that you had the world council of churches was getting really really getting started at that time. That was the time that the anglican communion was embracing divorce openly and embracing birth control. It's the timing of these. Things in the grander picture is something that he often gets overlooked. And i think the ecumenical movement is a disaster for the church. And this is i mean. Let's look back in time a few days. What happened this past weekend. Pope francis in iraq frank at the site of an ancient pagan temple with not christians. Going on the record saying that or one of his bishops saying this was We're going to start over going back. To abraham when. What does that sound like. That doesn't sound like falls into me. No yeah there's and there is this push to Build this temple. That's going to be. Actually there's one going to be in in the far or in the middle east. It's not in saudi arabia from getting where it is. But it's going to be this sort of house of of Abraham where there's gonna yes in three parts one's going to be dob. I believe gonna have a mosque a a synagogue and a christian church. I assumed they never say it's a catholic church. But i'm going to presume that because the vatican is funding this that it's going to be a catholic church dot protestants are welcome to plan. And then there was a recent bit of news About a similar thing in england. There's one building that used to be a catholic church go figure and their Rebranding it as some sort of abraham house of worship and chesterton is smiling at us from the grave at this in a very sad way. If you're not familiar with his novel wanna say it's the flying in the The whole thing is almost a political commentary where he prophesized in sort of satirical way. The rise of something called. Chris lom which is the merger of of christianity and islam. Which of course is just islam. Talk rain the uk. But that's it's amazing. How many times he was right about things.

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Pop-up Podcast - January 6th 2021

Maureen From Quarantine

36:45 min | 7 months ago

Pop-up Podcast - January 6th 2021

"Well hello world. This is maureen from quarantine. And i was in route to do my pop up podcast and decided to Discuss here. I just decided to be guided to sit on a rock here in front of his stream and discuss the What's going on today. I know it we. We don't want to run from the or not discussed the pink elephant in the room. And and so while we're all about living in the solution and staying in the answer it's important to address reality and the reality that sadly today happened The trump loyalist stormed the capital and one woman has died. And so i send out You know Sending out again to all the people in the world better on the force for good and the life force and the ci in the world. I'm sending out all the love For this What's going on today in every day and always and in this moment and so i'm here and and the spirit move me to just sit down on this rock and and before the stream and discuss what's going on i know i have listeners around the world and i i feel like saying this is not america. I keep the song keeps coming to me. I think it's david bowie. This is america and it's horrifying and and the what goes on at times and People say it's this or that and going into the analytical and and rather than going down that avenue there are so many mental health issues in the world and People again egos run riot and we see this and and there's such a need now an for all of us on a global scale to Not only ourselves but to raise children from this place of love and and the sadly we do see a lot of people suffering from these Mental health issues. And there are lots of as we cults out there and and people looking for your place to go or or somebody to follow and some kind of a leader and and And of course we haven't seen and so we're seeing people floundering and then sun and there's a lot of anger and a lot of rage and so when people don't know where to go what to do and again so we raise the kids to know about things like called centeno about what to do with Issues when they arise in terms of Anger and there's all kinds of egos at work and to be able to recognize this and to take mom and to it all begins again as they say in that peaceful heart It's impossible to address issues when one is raging. And we're seeing that now again sadly we saw today and as i'm speaking in washington and so again i'll say it Send out the beautiful energy. The the love and the light i am to ourselves and to the children and to Put out the solution and the solution is as we always say. The answer is in the an sir and so two again my listeners in the states and around the world i say this is not america as the song goes are are america to me will always be beautiful and and the world is beautiful and again as einstein said. I'll stand by that. Is this a beautiful world or isn't in the i still believe we can all Come from that place of lavender. Individuals are lost and raging and not knowing who to follow our where to go or what to do. It's it's it's There's infinite possibilities in the world and and I just even in in on my way here to this stream. I wasn't necessarily sure just where i was going to say it. Or or Do the podcast. And i just knew okay right here. And that's how it works from a place of peace and there's a gorgeous stream going by and even on the way here. I saw now. This is my america. There's a group of teens playing volleyball. Social distancing with masks doing the right thing and And then the ball got away from them twice and what was perfectly cool in. My eyes was that it came right to me and of course they all looked to me and immediately. I was given the wherewithal to get them the ball back with my foot. I you know it was fun for me to take a moment to be in the moment to be present enough to address what is in front of me which is a ball headed break for my head and so where i'm going with this again. It's not a time for levity. It is time for being present right here right now and be addressing this reality and so i say that because i took a moment to smile at these kids went on with their volleyball game and then another ball came my way from them and they all look to me again and i kicked it back and again the manners with these kids today. It's in this is my american. They're all smiling. Innocently the innocence. And saying thank you and of course you know a big smile under my mask of course in a big way from all of them and we're all wearing our masks and this is my america. This is my world. This is the world of beauty and the world where the birds and it's interesting. I saw yesterday was national bird dan. I took a moment to see some of the footage on the news. I had the capital. And i saw the birds flying around and You know in the midst of all this chaos and it is chaos and there's nature so we must get back to nature as i look at stream now and let it run clear. Let it run clean and it's possible you know where the where the where the waters muddied To allow clear clean water to run through and even with our vessels are ourselves to take a moment to breathe. Take that breath. Breathe it in again even with everything going on in the world. It's possible to breathe in this love right now there's infinite possibilities and there's so much going on that people are living in stark terror and fear and anxiety and then the depression and and we saw today The people who rushing and climbing the walls literally climbing the walls of the capital and this hostility and aggression in the world and so much of it and and violence and guns and we see women under chairs in the capital and we see again sadly a woman from died in there and people rushed to the hospital and so It's time to to take a beat. Take a breath get egos out of the way address. This mental health issue and mental health across the board. And it again. There's plenty of addiction and alcoholism out there and and that's part and parcel of it but it's also the mental health issues in terms of People searching lost and being raised Under a certain mindset and we see it where they're just Following and following and they're not sure what or where to go or what to listen to and so again. I say to raise the kids to know to be true to themselves. And to know that there to trust that inner instinct to end to be aware of the cult mentality out there and again the hostility. And i do talk about animals and being vegan too because also to take a moment to take care of that self care to watch what we're eating too and again sadly we've heard i mean no they've proven it scientifically the hormones that people are adjusting to. There's a lot of aggression in the world not just a major hostility but the anger the region the passion being misdirected and You know again what they're feeding even the animals and then the people that are that. Are you know digging into this and and eat ingesting again these hormones and it is affecting The these individuals who are raging throughout and so we take a moment now to take a beat and to become aware and breathe again breath again and to send out that love for those individuals who are suffering from the mental health issues and those who Perhaps are have again talked about that before. Have capped into some other force through that aggressive. Evil greedy plays. There's so many defects of character. Which under there's an underlying mental health issue there too with the jealousy the rage The resentment and the guilt and the shame and and all of it and that sense of power and that corruption that this breeds and again we see. And we're seeing it as i'm speaking and so i'm again said i'm i'm putting my feet on the ground here literally. I'm putting my feet down again to sound the put to put the sound bite out if you will to do my part especially with social media again sadly we're seeing people tr- led by twitter You know a tweet. And there's no sense of humanity or guidance really out there are even relationships and whatnot. it's all via social media and no real interaction or of humanity and i'm all for technology and social media but there's got to be a place and time for this and and to tap into our humanity first and foremost and and that indeed Begins with the mental health scenario which can can guide us and i know again so many people just don't know what to do and sometimes it's that You know that egos run rampant and that self will as we're seeing and for people to take a moment and pull back and say wait a minute this is. We're going to listen to this through. The internet and people are checking their phones to see now. What's our next move. And who tweeted wide in. What if the internet goes out. What if the internet went out in other words To get back to try to find that balance and not one of us is perfect. Not one of us and we have all made mistakes and we have all had moments of of defects of character. And i share that. It's possible to come clean and to find peace and joy and become a part of the solution in the world and and to relieve those that are out there with drug and alcohol addiction and You know even in miracles happen to with People out there with the scenario with a remembering the infinite possibilities that can happen with people who were. It's like amazing grace. The song people who are perhaps lost and quote following something that maybe they saw via tweet and they are misguided so pulling it back to the place of love and back to the place of truth and beauty and all that is good and chew and right in the world and and just being a part of the solution and then we're better able to be there at what ever capacity and especially starting as parents to be there for the kids. I mean our kids are being raised. Now and seeing what's going on in the world taking a look at the capitol building and taking a look at what people waving these flags and going in with guns and and again just really. We're hearing all kinds of arguing and words that they cannot say on the news and as far as quote chance go and again. I say that's not america. This is not america and so we can go to the place of beauty of love and light and that light. And and i love how they shine the light. They put the light on There at the capitol and to shine that light in washington and that that light is a lot brighter. Then any darkness that attempts to come in and corrupt and chew squelch all the goodness in the world and sadly there is that sense of there are those who have no conscience they can do these things And so then there are those who again. There's different kinds. I have an episode on on sanity so there are different kinds of of mental illness. And then there's vulnerable ones who are being used and all kinds of scenarios out there and it's so important again to address it to be in the solution and to talk about this mental health issue And beginning now beginning now and this is unprecedented. What is going on today. And it is so important to address this health issue mental health issue with people and let them know indeed. We don't have to Live this way and and money is not the most important thing in the power and to call it like it is when we do see corruption and when there is that sense of greed or power or Know again the Individuals who are attempting to bring down those who are good and decent and loving and again. We know that the light will always shine brighter. The light the goodness the love and it is that simple but it is important now to address this and to guide those lost individuals to place. Where perhaps they can get the help that they need. And to address that and obviously not put up with abuse but to pull back this engage in realize that you don't want to go following those who are not stable there is a lot of instability in the world and so two again the best way to know that is we must pull back and not run with the crowd when they're a rushing in headlong Not knowing what on the screen or they're doing and so again and we saw women and children out there today and women and children amidst children being raised amidst the tear gas and gunfire Surrounding our viewable capitol building. So let's take a moment right. Now get the ego out of the way the judgment the hostility. It's not a competition competition. Attica breeze breeze. Slow it down. Think through as they say perhaps one can take a walk. If you can to get away from. I know again. There's people to who are in great anxiety over this and rightly so and suffering The sadness in seeing what is going on but for us it's important to again. I put my feet on the ground to stay grounded. Stay grounded and address the instability in the mental health issues as we see them to know that. No it's not quote normal to see a world Following a tweet and that there's human beings alive and well in the world and i send that out right now on this global scale i send out the beautiful life lifeforce beautiful energy right here right now and in this moment again. See if you can hear the water the stream and the water's running clear now and we can clear our vessels let it all go breathing the praising the love if he goes steps in judgment hostelry competition whatever it is jealousy sloth whatever it is power and we know how that all corrupts we address the reality. Let it all go. There's great peace and joy in doing the right thing and again the answer is not in acquiring more money property prestige fame fortune tower. It's about breathing in the love. Letting go of all that. Nobody cares and those who are impressed. You really don't want their vibes anyway. Let's go for the humanity It's never gonna be enough if one is continuously trying to bring others down and trying to gain more money more property. more power doesn't exist. It's all an illusion so let's wake up take a moment. Look at the birds look at nature take take a moment to c- c- get away from the machinery. Get away from the tweets. The twitter get away from the people. Perhaps who are attempting to Brainwash or a bring one in. That's why a lot of times they wanna get the kids around them and go into their compound or wherever it is. They're going or whatever it is they're doing And raise the kids up to their way of thinking and these kids who are innocent. Sadly many many many individuals kids or people who might be unstable Get caught up in and so it's important again. Shine a light on the mental health and of course this all begins with love and we can do it right here right now and so my friends all over the world i see you. i see. we're shining the light. This is our america. You can hear the laughter here in this park. The kids playing. And let's shine the light on that and know that we it's a week thing and ego out of the way it's a we thing we're in this together all of us all over the world and this too shall pass and we together addressed this and let's embrace one another with love and dropped all the angst and sorrow and suffering and perhaps those that are angry and hostile and begging for attention. perhaps they Really do need help. And and Really do Must be a guided in that direction across the board and then it doesn't matter who they are and what position. They're in or how much money they have. How much power doesn't matter. It does not matter. It begins from the place of love and truth and that's where It's remember we remember the infinite possibilities when we're coming from this place and again let nature You know guide us take a look. Watch the birds how they move naturally and watch how the trees blossom and grow and again all that raging hostility. We're seeing outside the capitol building. Now it's again people who got lost along the way so we do send out the the love again and safety for all and know that all we'll be right with the world as guided through love and trust these infinite possibilities and to know that indeed these people that are doing wrong and have done wrong and perhaps again have no conscience It will We we will intuitively know how to handle that situation and again sadly all of this is going on in the middle of a world wide pandemic and there are people that are stuck together literally now because of this in a room with people without masks and all because of this scenario that is again taking away from the what's going on in the world and it's it's exceedingly important that obviously first things first are addressed because of the power and the people that are driven power driven power hungry. There's again are suffering and that must stop so it's so important now to maintain that place of first things first and And again we know nine only with the pandemic going on how important it is to be in this place of hyper awareness really of really following the direction of the professionals rather than we were seeing people march off you know and like i said without their masks and doing what they did today as an example and disregarding the needs of of all of those around them and the kids up and coming who are watching this now i it stupefied me because i wonder in the midst of not only a global pandemic put everything going on and and in the work scenario and everything people are actually taking time to do this to create such chaos and havoc and It's really mind boggling. And then when we think of okay there's only one solution and again. That's the answer is in the answer which i always talk about. I have again a podcast on the answer and that is for. The answer isn't again. There are a lot of mental health issues so so important for people to realize you know this to perhaps Address this with ones that we might know or put plant those seeds and be very very careful with what seeds. You're planting on the internet with planting on social media and What kind of a tax are you placing or what kind of hostility are you putting out there. Are you really have nothing going on since extent that that's what you're putting out there. What kind of really Dark dark Sort of much and that sort of definitely just chaotic stuff. Or you're putting out in the world through text messages emails and all under the guise of maybe looking like you're innocent. What the truth is some of these. Things are really really hostile and and We are on a global scale. It's a good idea to take a moment and remind one another of the power of social media the power of the tweets and you know instagram's and and facebook and to use it For to better the world rather than for once to satisfy one's ego and i don't say this from a holier than thou place or place of preaching but from what. I'm witnessing today. Again i'm guided. I was going to do my podcast today on the being grounded and everything and a different way to be grounded and everything but it's all about stability and being grounded and coming from that place of peace of mind where we can all work from and go out and from here and indeed i. The the good news is my podcast is going out all over the world and so with one individual. Look at the difference we can make and again. No one of us is perfect. I say that because it's it must come from that place of okay. I don't want to create any pay us. let me Be of service and come from love. It is that simple and let me watch what i'm putting out there or are you playing games. Arguing with people on the internet. And i'm stupefied again. That people Wh what are the what the i try not to judge. But what are you doing with that. And we're putting out evil statements and then there's the bullies of course and we know about them in the ones with no conscience and so things to be aware of and to let the kids know to know they're not the crazy ones. The world sometimes looks crazy. What those people are doing. And and lisa people falling from the scaffoldings today attempting to break windows and dashing to the capitol building and You know i know you know. Like i said there were kids president. What are these kids seeing and thinking to themselves being raised in a world like this. So lets you know thinking through so we each have a voice and we can be heard and there's many many different ways and we're all gifted in in different ways. Let's raise one another up rather than tearing one another down again. I say it's not a competition and if one chooses to do nothing that's okay but why go out and again guns ablaze And and with kids in tow and so let's take a moment take a moment and the interesting thing is it's it doesn't have to be political about politics or religion or anything else. Let's get back to humanity. Let's get back to the. Let's go deeper than all of that. Let's go and make it rich. Make your real and put our passions to us in that way. Let's really see one another and remind one another who we are those of us again. Who are have not i guess. Sometimes there are files as you as it were even symbolically who are corrupt. And i don't know if the but but i do believe that goodness and light prevails. i do and it's not holy roller anything else. It's that sense have just i. I'm looking now at a gorgeous beautiful sky in a beautiful clear sunset and knowing that it does exist in this world. And i'm just looking up again now at the trees and and knowing that that's the solution and so it's about trusting that we indeed it is a we thing and to look at the colors and the world to look at the To look at nature and to go to all the many many places that are solutions. And maybe start start. Let's start with the place of being creative again. And from what i understand. It was predominantly white males out there today at the capital and they also had a women and children's so it just. I'm baffled that this again. This about this mindset in it does he taking me back to the mental health issue and about the lack of humanity. That's taken place and people who are being guided by tweets and the rather than again taking a moment to really be present and grounded so grounded here and again making sure that the stability that where i come from is from a place of stability and being guided Through this lifeforce chee and there's been a sense of being centered and never holier than thou or ego driven and that kind of thing but being a part of saying what can i do. What can i do. And sometimes that's nothing and sometimes it's okay. What can i do with this and So stability is important and that mental stability and so a place. It's very important for people to have a place to go. And i know during the beatings. The george floyd to i. We discussed to mental health issues to with police brutality. And then you know because the all kinds of people in need of help and mental health and they need a break from what they're going through and so all of us are in this together and then today we're seeing you know the the police Step forth and and really be of service and so there are good police officers out there. There's good people and then there's good people who are lost or people who are in need of mental health and then there's those who are just again corrupt power driven one wanting to bring others down and that lower mindset if you will of just i don't know what it is and don't care to waste time thinking about it but do we do need to again. Disengage pulled back and people will find their way or they won't but it's important for our peace of mind and when we go forward People You know who are grounded in love. Then we're guided through that. Were given the wherewithal to move forward with love and take right action. One step at a time. And i'm grounded taking one step at a time and i'll carry on to with the podcast on grounding because it's important but this came up and and it soon guided to address this issue and again to send out that love all over the world and nitrous tin washington and i know many people say well. I'm only one person. what can i do. And that's the thing one person it just takes just takes one person and hey what if you only reach one person and what if that one person was able to reach just one person and it goes on from there and able to reach out reach out and touch you know well in the quarantine. We can't catch reach symbolically. We touch others with our lives for the good and and so again. It's not about it's just putting it out there and then we'll be guided that way and it's just if you can help even one person in your in your your whatever it is you're putting out there reaches it's not a again eagle out of the way but just continue on keep going stay the course my friends and keep putting out there. The good vibes and perfect is the perfect way to do. It is just to do it. And and it's that sense of not not not caring what others thing but not caring what others think. because you're being true to yourself and so it's not about. Oh what. I can't reach people by putting out good energy. Yes indeed we can even if it's a smile at the people out there at the register on the road or the doctors and nurses in the out there on the front line and that's what's going on in the world to and it's just one person if you can reach You can save lives this way. And that's what we do. Is you never know whose life you'll touch. And i mean again. We know one woman died today and that's one too many one too many so indeed. Let's let's do our part. It is a we thing and And then raise the kids accordingly. So that they're they're not they don't fall prey to false prophets. You know these these people professing to be this fatter the other thing but the kids stan grounded again. That's that is the word they stand. Grounded in stable knowing who they are not followers and not Swept up by Money property prestige or greed or and in the liars In the thieves in the world. And they do exist and the corruption does exist and the kids go in knowing this and they can be true to them selves and stand on that stand firm on that on who one is and continue to be guided pre the now the love right here right now right here right. Now watch your feet. Stand grounded. I thank you for listening. Stay safe and will. This is maureen from quarantine shining. The light keeps shining good people

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GUI Pre-Cap Week of 1-27-20

Geeks Under the Influence

06:58 min | 1 year ago

GUI Pre-Cap Week of 1-27-20

"Hello everyone and welcome it is the Gui pre. All things are going to happen for for the week of January. Twenty seven twenty twenty memorial happens. My name is Bruce. And let's start with G. Y.. Pick of the week to hell with everyone I am. I'm going to pick the super bowl as the pick of the week. Everyone who says Sports Ball Really Watch the commercials ads. Go shut the hell up San Francisco is playing Kansas Kansas City. This should be a great game on opening a no predictions on the winner from me The kickoff is six thirty ish the pregame game starts about ten. AM FOR TV pages. On Monday I d has the night that didn't end. Finale just thought that that was funny for a Tuesday. NBC has the finale of Emergence CW has the series finale of Arrow USA network has has the premiere of the biggest loser. TLC has the premiere of. Im Jazz for Wednesday. CBS has a super bowl. Greatest Commercials Twenty twenty. ABC has roiled. Divide Megan hairy and the crown and Fox has. Megan inherit the royals in Crisis Isis for Thursday. CBS had the finale of evil and NBC. Has a series finale of the good place. Friday not really much anything. No four Saturday Fox has the NFL's honors live and HBO has the Premiere of Lia Battle. Angel for Sunday Fox has super bowl fifty four and then the premier of the mass singer BBC. America has the EE Not British Army Awards for box office result in fifth place. You have to Monje the next level. Fourth Place. The gentleman third-place doolittle title second-place is sny teen seventeen and in first place. Making another thirty. Four million dollars is bad boys for life for new movies. Reese coming out this week. You have Gretel Hansel. It is a dark horror tale on the classic fairy tale. And then you have the rhythm. Section in International for national spy thriller about a woman who takes the identity of an assassin in order to seek out and gain revenge on those who orchestrate a plane crash that killed her family for. DVD's you have terminated dark fate. Harriet and parasite for on Line Services Net flicks. You have next in fashion season. Won Miss Americana Ragnarok season one uncut gems and Beau Jack Horsemen season. Six for video games. You have journey to the savage planet for the PS four xbox one and the P. C.. You Have Kentucky Kentucky Route Zero. TV addition for the PS four x one switch and the PC and then you have work craft three re forged for the PC for Gui news new episodes of Gyi nights booze clue smack. My pitch up from the mouth of Manus and Geek fathers are all coming Out this week four one more thing. The Saga never ends with uncharted recently. Losing its director hunting for a new one. It's being pushed back back from his schedule released. Eight which is not surprising. But it's Kinda interesting because it bumped another movie as deadline reported. Sony only has rescheduled its troubled adventure. Film from a December Eighteenth Twenty twenty released eight to a March fifth twenty twenty one including an ambition to still lil. Shoot the directness film sometime this year. Now the date was already occupied by masters of the Universe to star Noah Centeno Centeno. I don't know his fucking name. I don't care. He was was play Emam but that had the release date that they were trying to get or uncharted in so instead of pushing that film back they just took it from the schedule. Completely last we heard that the masses of the universe film was being shot around the net flakes but that didn't pan out considering that the streaming service is not only working one but two he-man cartoons one is a continuation of the nineteen an eight original. And the other one is a reboot. This is where I would jump in a by the power of grace goal line but it seems a little for for so. Hey we'll see mass of the universe whenever we get around to seeing it all right this has been the Gui pre-cap you could follow along with all of the fun times at Hat. Gui PODCAST DOT COM. If you WANNA contact US email US ed geeks under the influence at gmail.com. Call us. Leave a voicemail. It's eight Oh four five five oh five forty four eighty four. That's eight four five zero five four. She Wa my name is Bruce. All these things happen. I'm from the future and be nice nice to each other. Gui PODCAST DOT COM. We are back for twenty twenty s galaxy con happening February twenty eighth through March first in the Richmond Convention Center and We've got six panels for you. This time. We had five last time. We've got six forty this time. Five Live recording podcasts and a adventures in podcasting panels. Well the schedule goes February. Twenty eighth at from five to five fifty. We've got Keith. 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PMC 8 (LIVE): The Wizard of Awes

PMC Podcast

1:33:40 hr | 1 year ago

PMC 8 (LIVE): The Wizard of Awes

"Hey everybody and welcome back to the podcast. If you don't let commercials go ahead and fast forward it. It's only thirty seconds long taking some of my listeners. advise. And i'm putting them at the very beginning of the podcast. You won't hear anymore through the rest of the podcasts. So here we go. Today's episode is brought to you by anchor dot fm If you haven't heard of anchor it's pretty cool little platform you your podcasts. On it they distributed for you so undistributed right now i think four different Platforms and anchor does all of it. It's pretty cool. It's free There's creation tools on their for different things. That help you monetize your podcast as well So it's pretty cool Download the anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. Okay fine forty five seconds whatever. Very four computers now have primary control of critical april governor from podcast on a beneficial in that. That is thinking about ben hypothetical of a person running around trying to get covid rose first annouce. Okay has to be hypothetical. Because i don't know if you know we haven't nights on accident visited. I'm kidding but seriously the kidding but seriously thought experiment. Their experience experience is true. Okay so what. Max of the pfc. Podcast i am casing the rest of it. Worry about my name. I'm we're trying. Something new on facebook live because were quarantined. And i don't have any literally anything else do so today again. We got the wizard of oz. Newly branded a weirdo of oz. Were ause. he's an artist. Engineer in security researcher. I've known him for several years and we've worked on a bunch of different projects together. We've got a handful. Of things that we want to cover today standby. Bp people his first things first something new. There's something new about cloud computing no not locking distributed computing distributed computing yet distributed computing Wise that on a pm see podcast prior military contractor podcast. I'll answer that because everything fancy. The department of defense does is primarily done through contractors in In the kill chain is done through say. Most everything done coaching is done with uniform soldiers. So i often have chris on the podcast because Frankly he's done a lot of weird things and most of it applies to either intelligence or defense Or civil engineering in some kind of fashion. So we got on the show invade because while what's going what's going on on a lot of weird stuff we've got for the first time in human history we have hit 'exit flopped scale computing Which basically happened Extremely fast is to say at home. I think that's an understatement. But once we hit one x flop which was basically take all the supercomputers on earth than kind of up it was basically that much computing power. Okay so not stop already. What the fuck is an exa flop. It's a gigantic amount of computing. So if you had like you'd need about a million desktop computers at a minimum to hit a exit flop scale computing so imagine a gigantic computer were a whole bunch of computer stacked on each other. That's essentially what it would look like just a whole bunch of desktop. Peter stacked a million of them. It would be a few city blocks. Say i just spit on him than the math. But so the concept here is instead of making one gigantic computer. Use a bunch of other. Computers hooked up on a network that act as big computer. Yeah they they. All basically contribute Just like any when gigantic cpu acceptance to distribute cpu. Okay so what's the what's the value for those who don't all that means value is that you don't have to buy hardware. It's already air. You're leveraging the existing hearts already out there from gamers. Cpu cycles gpu cycles. Get some cases maybe team but the the surveys Taking intrastructure did not exist. And you're leveraging nor solve literally some the world's biggest problems and with when with ex flop when he hit exit fog it really starts. Bend your mind because is eighteen zero six. How many zeros tend to power eighteen. It's a Number of compute and in ironically. That is a magical kind of fun number two because at exit flop. It's been calculated that is scale of the human brain which is essentially. What i'm saying. Is we have enough compute. Right now to simulate an actual human brain mathematically just kind of weird and so. That was very interesting happened. I believe middle of the month. Maybe how do you how do you know how did you find out. How did you know that somebody had made a distributing computer that's so we're we're done a couple of your projects of them was berkeley's blink which is stands for because it's naggar him but bill. Inc it's like open infrastructure niches computation. Or something like that. And so that's one. The non mostly focused on cpu cycles. But they have recently used both. So it's doing. Gb antsy view has a ton of projects. And there's folding home which is another flavor different types of computation. It's using gps because gpo's are far superior to see abuse and essentially that has led to a coalition of supercomputers your actual student. Here's in you got these regular computers. That are all contributing. One focused laser focused. 'cause which is the kernel buyers and it recently so came and popped up to a million users which is ridiculous because it was almost overnight. I think it actually was overnight and then the next day it was at exit flop from five hundred head flops so it doubled again overnight and then it doubled again and it's doubled or now it's well not doubled. I guess now at three exit flops. Three human brains online doing things are they all doing the same thing or How do we know what they're going to possess. The question asked a question. That could be interesting because you don't know we. We have to kind of hope that the people in charge of the project sending are doing what they say. They're doing just folding proteins to basically called demi gore Is the gord stranger things so that that's they did that for marketing Because people stranger things it was a good idea And it's it's really got out of control. His three exit. Flops was on thinkable quite literally. Last year. nobody won't even entertain it. Obama did back in. I believe twenty sixteen put in the twenty twenty x flop computing initiative Out not i didn't I mean a Was working with the android side Leveraging the android devices because that's another x factor that really blows these things right now just use desktops but got supercomputers pockets. Okay so with a mesh network supercomputer and that's where it is right. Yeah mesh network mesh network supercomputer. What what kind of problems does that solve like. Why are people more people interested in. That doesn't solve every problem. Like like for my understanding. For instance if it's a computer model like a simulation of some kind of like take like a video game you got a video game where whatever two characters are not fight or something like that They'll send each other okay so a lot of people know sports video games one one thing that you can do while playing like like madden football. Game is the simulate to the next possession. The next half or something of that or even simulated entire season afloat backwards like you know the stats from one teams after another team. Much together and then simulate what would happen throughout the entirety of full season. You know they're like twenty minutes instead of playing video game for like volcano at six hours you to that entire season in twenty minutes yeah so to give it ideal of the scale before this thing blew up in size were it was. I believe at two hundred head of locks in so in a series of basically a week it went from just holy so it was taking a wanna say. It was about five five hundred days to complete simulation which is really a long time. They went to five hundred head flops and dropped it down to on sixty days. I could be wrong but we'll say today's you'd get that's from today's so from five hundred years. There were able to bring on enough compute to reduce the computation for more. Take five hundred years to two days two days and then doubled doubled and announce it basically we've hit exponential so it would say it was. Today's now bent went up to a one x flop so then at one day. Now you're or under a day and then you go to two or not. You're under half a day and then you go to three in your caramel. You do the math It gets crazy and it's still it's still going in the assumption is it's it's trying to solve covert. Yeah it's trying to find the but that's just because it's all done in black bought. It's assumed that yeah. I mean i know that donald was involved Point was if it's a computer model all all this all. Mesh networks computer does is smashed through computer models. Whatever is all our abs. Yes it's look at something saying is a candidate is discarded and most of them are garbage. In the best way i heard it ever described is what right now. You know the odds of winning the lottery. Or i don't know what they are but say it's not i know it's less than literally mongol. Yeah so it's less than ten eighteen so right now what we're doing is we're buying all literally all the lottery tickets and were punching them so you own every one of them but you just don't know which runs the winner right you got all. We're basically doing that. Such a speed. It's actually ridiculous because at the same time that this one's scaling ridiculous scales the second project on inside. So you're folding. It's gone mongers. And now boeing is doing the same thing and it's it's probably going to get Big i mean which is interesting editor in another one from russia. Doing the same thing. And i don't know what it's doing but it's doing so so so our compute you've worked with mesh work computers before Tells thome buffy cancer. It was one of my pipedream crazy ideas of just Plugging your phone sleeps in these Basically world's biggest problems had narrowed down one dollars two crazy to cancer and so it was sold for all right so the concept was solve for all sol. Solve all massive problems. Who's kind of climate change cancer That beat a dead matter. Heathrow whatever do it literally disolve for all using like all devices zombie devices. What i call because the people have melena. George you don't even need screening really work. Just plug it in while charging it's don't run allegations it's not using life is not even have a senate he killed but before you started before he got involved with co-founded Computer cancer. what were you doing. What did you do to prove that the concept worked maranda every ridiculous arabs. Reitman cloud computing was getting started so rented rooms on a spot pricing across the globe services. A get then. Google cloud and amazon and digital ocean and ran script. Put on air. You basically Grid because if i can if it did scale with my crazy ideas because it didn't matter if it was a four horizontal this for china server or sixteen thousand were That was done on. Phones is not many japan. That haven't been there before. The now i don't think so. I don't think anybody was crazy enough to do that. So at one one another you have created the largest digital mesh our to. I don't know that's true. I mean berkeley could confirm it. I know that with android devices or just doing that that simulation nobody was anticipating for many years. I did in myself. I mean costs money. But just to see if i can do. It was scalable if we hit a million of these one million vices was like i can't remember the numbers they were crazy But the the big choke point of the android is a gpu Smoke i mean. They're more efficient. There's more of them as i mean. How many games are there. How many playstations xboxes this bunkers. Yeah so and you've got google stadia and all the microsoft servers in every Everybody steam things like that edge. Jewish bankers amounts of so keep us computer. Cancer didn't take off as has plan initially will probably have all fucking about that but so right now. That concept of supercomputer mesh network is on is being used. Think it's for covid. I would say. Probably it is for covid and i can't anticipate it. It's gonna keep climbing. I think that eventually once covance done it's not gonna stop. People have voted cata taste of how how how they give the data for something like code. Like i've been trying to explain this to my far long news. I know how they're supposed to solve these problems. If they don't buy draw blood might put it they already had sequenced sort. The sars one that right and they're directly related to I think this is called stars. To maybe i could be wrong. But it's kovin either way covance related and that they already sequenced it so they know exactly like what protein spiked to look for and so they they run that through. How many iterations to find what could possibly be say. Drug candidate or A antibody or vaccine or whatever it is so so is the is most of the information required out there someplace. Yeah the they actually have it. They didn't have the horsepower but now they have the horsepower but now they're running out of problems because it's not that this is what happened with the computer thing was. We didn't have the tools to allow researchers to do the research she had to get all like three or four people deep subject matter askar and everybody would baker with everybody analyst. We just need a tool to be able to load in just a just a giant hopper like meat grinder just could jonah code. Carolina's does matter songs. It's fishing in it works and it's easy. Basically give them the tools but them do it. Yes oh we were running into with computer. Cancer was that the the researchers would sil- data. I would not talk to other. Researchers in the new data was going to be in any way even if it was encrypted was gonna be with other people's data they weren't they weren't having there isn't play with anyone else. The early they were hip and things like that he i often stuff but they also just. They were silent and didn't know that they were silent. And that was the bigger problem. They literally didn't even know that we talked about the computer. Science and understanding. Come to know how you know about medical researching. How about wake honey. Nobody i worked at a couple of diagnostic labs In the united states and went through all of their data sets tremendous amounts of data Reinsurance which is the insurance that read that insures the insurance insurance than to have both shops. So you get to see actuary tables. Molik mortality tables You'd see the amounts of data. How much is stored in each via serum things like that so in all of this weird strange experience in all these fields kind of in a very strange way his bolt together in makes it kind of like very easy to put it together in my brain because there had the experience i know are known that this is a problem. Drive me crazy. This piece is driving me crazy. All these pieces drive me crazy now. It's like they're all just right there. And i'm like what an actuary to help win. You're gonna die to one and i i don't think but really they base it on i could. What wasn't that cheeseburger and now with no no so i don't wanna smell it. So what basis of your eight year. How much you smoke. We drink hd l. all these all this data and so the insurance companies want that because they can raise rates lower rates They don't like to lower rates raise rates and and then they put in risk factors things like that so sometimes you can't even get a basically an insurance policy so that's the entrance. That's where i got to see how that all works. And then you get down to the lab area. You'd see how that works spectrometers and just all until you were on data collection side. You also had access to liberalize were concerns. Walked into a couple of labs that were not like when below is going on actually walked in like knows hoops. I took a wrong turn. Pay attention legit. Like should not an active zone. Quitters unicorn team like they were in full year. I just dumped on walked in. Walked out all right. So you kind of know your way around mobile data a lot science alone enough compared to average joe a fucking lot. Now i'm not saying that you're i'm no wizard. Yeah i'm not saying that you're the best areas however compared to a normal person yet a lot more experience in enron's yourself short but i kinda wanted to bring you back to medical testing so inbred about coordinating. So they've been pissing on everybody. News about medical testing have tests was like fucking eight weeks into it and someone finally said the word antibody tests So they don't have those either just recently. I heard on the internet. Ceo's true that the current virus tests might be faulty as well. What are you know about the commerce test and its validity. Tell you what. I don't need know about it. I'll tell you why. I don't need no So when i was working at one of these gigantic. I call them a vampire labs because they stored so much blood. In a had like it was the size of football state litter and as pouts blood And so when. I was working at one of these places. Warren especially i trying to get my words here. My attention spans broke broke Now i got a nine rushing his jacked up a word I forgot i'm afraid. Forget it so. What do you know about the coronavirus test validity. Their problems with this. This is what's crazy we right right. Now there's massive super computer as probably working on cohen. How does that help. The task isn't involved with the test where we know about the test right now. Let's see this is what's crazy. It's not really crazy but this is a fact that when you go. Most people don't know this is probably shouldn't even be common knowledge. So you go to the doctor tate. Your hdl analogy all right your cholesterol. They put it sending lab. The lab runs the tests. Now what you don't know. Is that iran every test that they had all two hundred twelve that they literally have because it's more efficient than just testing for two things so they have all this data. Now you're only going to pay for the two things. Dr hit a check box on. But they have all that data and it's been stored and it's literally still out there so you could take the information we have now and you could retroactively apply. I what specific three pieces of data could identify people that have it would literally no where they live. You would literally no when they added when they didn't have it so we're gonna say probably three months dinner rolls. I don't know what the insurance the most people get blood tests in three months so you could quite literally identify exactly who what when where and where they've been with these like very much easy if you had. He's a retroactive. If you go back and see when did it actually start. Because that's now in the news now over went. Where does it start while we can find out. Because i'm telling you literally all that information is out there and it wouldn't take much but as simple our them to go in search of databases and find out the ethics of it. I don't really have a care for on because you've been there the whole time it's like a hidden gem and it can be mind and it probably will be mind if it hasn't been already so so do you think supercomputer is mining that i would say no it wouldn't need to that would be a simple algorithm because all need to identify who whoever it is when you have that list and they've been you know exactly like exactly who what when where literally so you said what you didn't need to know. Yeah i mean so there's all types of tests and they're saying that they have pinprick test and all these other tests they all sound like honestly not not an ideal test because an ideal test would be only one type of noninvasive serum test done. Sierra means you know it could be anything urine spit. That's what you want noninvasive down when you hear that that's been any know that they actually have something. But i saw the president screaming and saying you know took the tacit Or whatever he said. He didn't seem like he liked the test. So that meant it probably was invasive introduced that so if you're going to have a test to better a protest and better getting like no we can't masive is the best test blood now. I would say if it's noninvasive. It doesn't matter. Just just a serum. Any serum could be blood spit his Really good one. it's easy to be. I mean if rugged s swab and find out twenty three in me. I'm related to you somehow in weird somewhere way. Why couldn't we do that. All you know using the same kind of idea. You fall with the existing test. I i would assume i mean i assume anything so the test is probably right now no better than a psa prostate desk at basically flip a coin. You're gonna get a false positive. So i'd say that's horrible test anytime you get something. That's literally a fifty fifty chance. I would say that you shouldn't even consider that to be a test because you're false positive is going to be more dangerous than a positive. So why are they at risk of positive right now because it makes them more money. Think about it many times you can flip that coin incentives right now to make money off. There's from everybody the. Va is now saying like basically if you have a respiratory problem in all. It's just fucking automatic. Ovid which is not. It's not the right way to do anything it's not. It's not how you gather valid data. You can't just say exemplifications of something that may or may not have existed right. That's that's absurd guidance. Coming from insurance coating saying the same thing that's absurd so that's an nationwide is going to be a global. It's not just the united states. it's every every western country is getting funding to fight code. So if you have them. That's more money. They get if you have special equipment failures so y you put somebody on ventilator. You're now getting some places three times as much as you normally for using the ventilator Sewed crazy soon as for everyone. Interested companies astles. Y- this little piece of information here every underwritten policy everything yet you've ever bought. That's insured. They always have this one. Little line has like an asterik and says does not cover acts got okay. That's a true thing. Now say right. Now they're not calling an actor god for whatever reason to go to go but now say everybody's got these these these little right night storm that says that person died of covid So if you fast forward our simulation of time somebody could say it was an act of god. Guess what none of nobody has to pay for. Union know insurance has to pay nobody. That's that's called an insurance plan lakeway literally diabolical is. Maybe but if you could do that it would let them off the hook quite literally. I'm not saying that's going to happen but it is very interesting. If you really think about why would you want to do something like that okay. So i'm not saying it's like a conspiracy or anything remember saying that is the that could happen. It is a matter of fact that little asterik could can can tremendously sway everything in some debbie fucker arts. Let's go back to going back to serum testing and blood testing. You're talking about. There's never a blood tests cholesterol but they actually run two hundred other tests and whatever you know sars would be. I would absolutely. That's in there. We notice and this is a strain that it was data point right so that we could just one little data point. Go through and look at that and say okay. Well we start their flagging. Everybody backwards is considered on bio surrounds. This bio surveillance is the new buzzword. Twenty twenty baby in byles surveillance is it is exactly what it sounds like. Is bio surveillance been It's been in place fitbit's bios rails rate Those devices made by the place in kansas city. That i do not support quoting those all that all that data right. They have all that data. So that's mild surveillance right colorado's it is rounds but it was used ad surveillance on american troops on foreign soil defined bases are roundabouts. Yeah so that's bio surveillance. Now you take it down to this layer of this gigantic database that nobody's dung in that maybe they haven't dug in because i know that you haven't because they they don't even understand it they just don't care too. It doesn't make him any money i mean. Why would you prevent the problem when you can fix the problem from in this. Whole whole covert thing to include around rounds. Sounds like a sounds like somebody. Reading market problems get paid to solve the market problem. It could be high. I don't know her. Amazing started about unity is late. Look every every midge economy has sharks in it. That's how you make a major company for most or year seven zero eight as much money as you possibly can with reducing your overhead and cost of doing business to numa possible The anal office makes sense. I mean doctors are incentivized to give certain kinds of drugs and machines. Hospitals are incentivized. You certain kinds of drugs machines so that's to payoffs right there. Plus the insurance companies are in to bicycle everything coated so that's another day day off right there. And then government agencies that are all vying for their own little pocket of cash from the federal government that support. These programs are all incentivized to inflate these numbers. So an having. If you're a company making test kits you're incentivized to make the cheapest fastest shittiest test you can get it out market as soon as you can. You can pump out anything and not. Here's the thing right now. There's so much misinformation you wouldn't know which one's the best we can have the best Bedwear that we already have one of the best test honours and we're just kind of sitting on it because we got so much misinformation. There's a logical reason when there's this much misinformation from the cdc who and everybody in between like this is undisputable at this. I make some money. If i just take some cotton swabs. Going people like five bucks and probably while you on twitter microscope. And pretend to look at. But i'll tell them. Do you know that the fbi looking for people like that right now so would definitely not advice in government curriculum. But i can't well. That's it you know. It's funny that you say like they don't have to have insurance on the car so think about that. What the government doesn't have to have insurance on their cars from the government driving government car. So i'm not worked. Well there's yet kind of hypocrites thing like you must have insurance however we do not. Oh no actually. I didn't know that didn't have insurance. That happens is weird weird stoned above it. So so then you move forward. We all this information so we can definitely say bio surveillance this thing now. It's been called something right before it was just. Nobody gave it a name because it was kind of just a thing like oh health wellness campaigns and give them all these like little cute names. Can you name. He's in chains like google and facebook. Any change it to bio surveillance and you stack in creepy stuff like we're tracking your phone and this guy talking right now about getting into the database and retroactively flagging people. Oh my gosh in. You got to phone data and now you can see everywhere. The person travel to skin cream by five years ago. This was were like nightmare and our find me so stay on a good boy so then you got the people staying at home. Which is an interesting kind of experiment. Maybe there's this thing. I can't remember the actual technical term but it's Silo you take a group or a An in vitro communal living is so in vitro into petri I believe if that is. I think that's right. so what. So what a. I think it was called is noted mutation I can't remember the technical term than what. I'm going to try to get to hear his. So you take a whole bunch of people like say in russia in the. Us are They had communal apartments communal living. And that's where we lived. It was just like free right and they live there and what's interesting about. That is that there were one of the few countries that could actually pull off this experiment of hat locking people down because he had me no And keeping them there but that would be like a tested so you could put have people with viruses and have two hundred buildings right by amount and people are in lockdown right so the fires has iterating mutating living doing whatever in. It's not fatal. Maybe it is. Who cares but then you take all of these. These people that have been isolated for three months and they're all mutating differently then you let them loose at virus is going to compete against itself almost beaches. It's going to have all these new strains and so right now. If i'm an apartment building we're both in apartment building. Yeah we both have the virus but we don't leave our rooms. Yeah my room is going to have. Yeah the stairway and you have to use it to go. Let your dog out right. So we same stairway or elevator. Ice anywhere like normally farmer involved. I mean anything. I mean anywhere. That could be possible. Contagion of fireside doesn't matter you can do it however you want the slipping slide all share the same tries all use the same like zip line. Whatever it doesn't matter it's irrelevant what you use because it's agreed that there is only one set of stairs there's elevator so you're using one or two and you can open that door. Guaranteed one dollars hands all the time. Probably all of them because they're at home they're not even think about it. Because you think the saints fall centeno but there's still lots contamination. 'cause you let delivery drivers in like what is that about these goddamn delivery. Drivers budget jerks. I hear these hassles. they're heroes. I'm kidding i mean these heroes of ours your this fucking huge bronze statue of like a guy holding big fat medic with with bizzare sack and big clown behind him going. Maybe clown maybe a cheese burger. You should be. Let's hit weird shirt. And then i'll hold the burger in represent. Yeah i think we should do that against a three picture of me. Zig we sent his browns day. She people i don't know the throws of the cove night. The heroes thing is dangerous. Thing in itself is the because we're getting our. Yeah it's just not even thinking about that and make my brain explodes. Whatever so So the thing is you got. These people earned silos. They did you let him out now. You've got maybe one strain was super dominant rate for whatever reason it. Mutated didn't kill anybody but it started competing that starts to kill somebody because they have the You know side a one. Two three four all has resistance. They don't have a resistance to this other one and we don't know how fast it was. Interesting and mutating permutations are i don. I mean those matic can figure it out. But i think that could be a very high probability because we do have a lot of apartment complexes high rise buildings and they all have the shared isolation which i i mean you still have delivery drivers in which is interesting because they are being hit with everything yet. They're still alive. So their bio br actors they're living bio reactors no cast iron. That's just the normal. It's if it isn't just a normal flu which is possible but because it depends on how you test like if everybody has something and you start testing for. What's the big. That's not a discovery a known thing that you just put a name on. You know you know how much meat so this will be very clear with how fucked things are one. The date is fun to the tests could be fucked three economies. Don't even yes that's a whole other thing is a whole other thing and ironically. You know a lot about that too. Yeah okay puts the word for the the one of those things you got stuck damn pigtail or whatever not stuck but it is more the whatever. It is a big They stuck at the title on me. Polymath and now it's stuck. I think in this case when it comes to medical the intercession intersections twin metal economic and computer science big data science. And i think he mashes together. And then you got a nice vin niagara and weirdo. Yeah that's where you are. yeah. I mean if there's any mass out there that like in those throw in art the are is interesting for a few reasons but a lot of visual representation of the things. They're harder to understand. Yeah the the the fun part about it but yeah so i have all these weird areas that that seem to make no sense if you look at on pre twenty twenty it made no sense like yeah. Why would you need all that. Would you even want that information. I didn't actually want it. Wanted to forget it but then it just like twenty twenty. It's like what the hell happened. What is crazy so so with all that that brings me back to the bio reactors these human bio actors and. They're out there and these people. If this thing is real or not doesn't matter where say we're make the assumption err on the side of caution but they might have levels of of immunity are. They're going to have antibodies. Nobody can dispute that. Because the more you're exposed the higher probability it's not hard But the these ball delivery drivers they're going into like everywhere they're going into hospitals. They're going into food places. They're running into other people. That are doing this so they're like probably the petri dish it's the the survived thrive the the most touches. They got a lot experience. But if you really think about that would be Probably where you. If onsite caution. There could be super carriers. That are that also a symptom attic but so aren't quite literally our have all the antibodies. Our say like a. You're talking about four four or five different silos. They have different strains of disease delivery. Guy's gonna go to four or five different silence consistently he's gonna pick up those germs. They're gonna compete in his body. He's going to develop a su- brave that would be a 'cause we're inclusive here or or any acronym or little other letters we forgot. There's so many young all the rest of the and dog. And when i get a chance it's open light news so it doesn't matter who or what but the Whoever or whatever because it could be a dog it has jumped but it doesn't matter so the supercarrier will just call the bio reactors running around. You're going to have all the juice in them. The good you know the antibodies southern ship. So how good Let's assume this person doesn't have any insurance so he's not going to go and get the serum test. So you're not gonna be able to get that i hybrid person doesn't have it doesn't have any insurance. Dental doesn't actually despises doctors. Hypothetically and just won't go to the doctor but maybe there's a hypothetical person that was running around said that he's going to get this thing. When did everything could get couldn't get. It would start to bother that person. I believe it said way to think about it. But if you. I mean if if the person was going out and actively trying to contract this weird thing that's apparently taken our entire globe to it's knees You know what cost say have for extraordinary claims. You have to have extraordinary evidence. Well that would be extraordinary person that doing extraordinarily strange things and the more the longer this person lived the more they have to question what was really going on. I would say is really bad. Maybe it's only bad for certain people. Maybe it's just like. I don't know maybe people that were porn germany or some police in you know in ourika. I don't know maybe some certain genes exist so or maybe they just use common knowledge of all the things that just don't make sense to say. I don't believe this is true. And i want to know the truth. Owners anything wrong. With this hypothetical crazy person the truth is solidly allowed wrong. But it's gonna take somebody smarter than me to figure it out. That's probably right but but that could be the reckless disregard or could be acting on knowledge. I don't know what that would be up and finding out what was true and what is not so friends. Just say so you have. These people are running around doing this stuff. Okay this great. But then i don't know how you even introduced a human condition here of The psychology of everything. That's happening so some people were going to handle this different right. Some people are. They're doing anything they can stay. Stay sane right now because there are a lot of extrovert introvert but now they're all forced to be introverts which is ridiculous. I found it really funny. There's there's some serious mental health issues with some no. It's it's it's really crazy. I mean make sense why i understand all of that and how it works but see. It's a little bit where the people have become an edge to the point that someone tried to punch me in my face at a stop light and missed granted. You do have one of those faces. Well you know. how do you miss. I'm in a car seat belt on who we believe mississippi. But i've never had to happen especially when there's nobody on the streets so what i'm saying is that the volatility index is kind of raised. Its rising and that's not a good thing. It's actually probably bad thing. And his home and was interesting was is that there is a an instance where i was talking to. Someone said there was a loud sound. I said this was probably supplying jet. Should that's not a supply didn't know at the time you're outsiders outside talking to someone that's not supply get in look up and it's a two spirit and it's low and slow in it. It's really strange for those who don't know that is a stealth bomber flying over civilians. Low eddin slow low and slow for no apparent reason and it was literally wanting to be seen as i. You know. I heard it before it. So and it's a stealth bomber. Yeah so some. I saw to south bombers in my day right one was earlier. Show demonstrating stealth eunice. This very large machine flew very low. It's hard it's hard to get the scale of how big that thing is and it's hard to understand what is out suit is not to looking at but otherwise like i'm used to looking at most planes even military planes as rare to see a stuff on her plane ever really their sizable. They're they're pretty good sized debt. You can probably easier to scale than any other aircraft because they look so unique. I mean you're looking at. But i'm not used to looking at it was basically with low low f- lows fuck it and it didn't make any noise. No yeah they're normally just. It was teller. It was so quiet. I was like all got hence. The the name still stealth easy. I worked in aerospace for awhile now. Everything makes this day made the least amount of noise for his size announced that i've ever seen and it was fucking spooky that day. They're most people don't even know that they're coming. Like i read about people in iceland or wherever they were stationed just like a couple of months ago and the people were standing on freaking hill literally by trying to spot it and it flew hundred feet over them and they couldn't hear it until it was like like pass them sit surprises so the exhausted really fight here is crazy. Yeah so for it to be making noise. And and just any average joe are available to hear that and see it with your naked eye which is really crazy. I mean that means. I mean i don't know i don't pretend to know everything about graph but because maybe there's a noise you might be able to sacrifice performance at her noise and so on and i imagine of there be something like a like a thrust vector that install in that kind of aircraft. There is you need a good performance meaning takeoff and landing You could open up. The exhaust inactive with russell made a lot more noise. But but i do a short distance. I'll take off. Timing doesn't something. I don't even go this veteran. He does. But i imagine that'd be the case. So you saw this for you. And i saw this in her plane flying overhead while was naked much noise as possible. Good yeah actually weird. I i mean it was strange because given the situation we're in the volatility if someone are like knowing people seeing daily eroding slowly like more volatile situation anything like maybe that was over there. Maybe there is a reason. Maybe some kind of one Easiest maybe but a hypothetical or maybe mallard examine why. I like you the mouse because you think of things differently your custody Why or your nine. And you're assuming that there's a purpose for everything. Well there's only one thousand nine hundred these things. I think in commission blocked and most of them are not here. We know that well. I mean they do fly near here at is. If i were saw that i would know to things like first thing i would be like. Oh cool i like that. The other thing would be like. Why was that so much lower than the last one. And then i'd like oh butterfly. And they're not you know. I'd be off like i wouldn't stop thinking about it but for you. It bothers you. The did bayoumi does fucking drill delight over their purpose for the annoys event. The amount of noise. Then i suppose means a press writer was changed. I was that so continue. So it'd been you know the the psychology of frequency as used in the drums of war. I mean that's why it's called. That was like low frequency Like drums that that base that that noise the drums of war that article. It was a mind a mind fuck and it was the reason they did it. They bongos is those guys. Oh you don't want go to work those crazy long of flute. I don't scenario drama in the colonial. It heads off those confederates. Now i hear that now pounding. Drums awarded the shit out of people. Because it does. I mean that's what base does four literally music rumbles shakes in. You can make it shake people in frequencies that you can't hear the comment a show of force. It is a caller shows force. Because it's a way of. I mean it is blue. Projecting what you could be doing. 'cause there's b two spirit is called b two bomber a b two stealth honor. Here's the tiers bomber it can drop to a believed to mow apps and carpet bombed nukes literally. That's primary function in flying over low and slow being seen and being hurt stealth bomber. Okay that doesn't make any sense. It's bar is flying over us inside going from south to north okay. Well i know where they're stationed out of there so if it was going this way. That way didn't have any was even more interesting for me is that it didn't it wasn't i would expect it have A couple of You know guardians. F16's whatever's will they come in there daredevil. there. I didn't. They could have been way up there but i if they were gonna launch slow dude here. That mixing sound It's not. It was installed air show every time. I fly over your head chris while there's nothing else in the air so it's pretty easy to deduce how many things are making the noise so i mean quite literally open flight radar and it was like there's nothing else. There's nothing in. The sky accepted that inning. Because that was my logic. That's how interested you are again you know. Look on my face. Look and increase the stealth bomber dealt bombing to doing now told usa doja women's flagship. So my so my my thought process was well is to to to to startle. People is a test of volatility index. Sort is it to maybe see how many people put it on social media because it interesting enough. Nobody put it on on us. Remind everybody we are in a state of emergency. Yes the time for flav a military. Is this a state of emergency right now. in my world. Because i still do this stuff for a living. My inbox is full. The weirdest shit you can possibly imagine. And they were h khan charlie. Okay so h that means you get delta is you're done go insides bro. We're going inside. And interestingly enough that day that it flew over was the date of kansas supreme court. I appealed the mass gatherings it was four hours. Almost to the die. Right after that produce Now protest his kidding crowds. On on time i'm over that protests. I'm a fucking word. jimmy. Johns your no. No so i'm not like twenty five dollars so you're gonna have to go so what i'm saying is like all the things didn't add up to bobo who cares gates either to induce fear. We're in a state of emergency. I went to air force base. Looked at Kind of you know alert. Sergei gas waited racist. Whiteman wittman is thinking is whitening. but it's richard kabura so it doesn't matter but my point is is that they were h. Charlie delta is you is basically we're martial law so this okay so you like one way which want away from martial law but it sounds like this nice aren't thinking well what can we do. Of course. I have to jump to stupid ken trails not buying it. Not that. didn't make sense. 'cause i know how Mark so. I was like well. What else could it be possibly been doing. The only thing i can think of somebody got ford because we're unskilled crew. Right is a state of emergency skeleton crew. Pretty much military. He's like hey don't stay. You know so. They got this bar. How much has been cost. Can you google at time out. Stop hold that thought. What on earth does this thing doing like i. I'm kind of curious. I figure could be drill of these things went through and i was like well not cantrell. Not even a thing. So what on earth. Why would it be doing well and slow. Maybe maybe it was gonna win but where would be landing. Executor that way flying North so executive airport is north of our vision. When why what purpose they wanna do. Meaning at airstrips. That have a certain lines for a bomber on american soil. Yes that seemed like a really bad drill. Well here's the thing. I gave given that state of emergency in the volatility. Here's the the human condition was recently a guy in the navy who true giant jacob sky. Well that's awesome. I know you get your fire. But that was amazing. The whole military was like yeah. Somebody's gotta do it you again. You're going to do a drill and do some art while you're up there as an artist skyhawk yes but anyway. So there's that so my other thought was well. Maybe they have a new awesome. Survey data girlfriend lives in kansas city. You're thing that well hayward fuel and you're gonna go land your fucking planes into your shit. Maybe it was a maintenance. It definitely wasn't going away Repurpose sensors on aircraft. I think it was probably. That's a high probability. They were testing. Maybe a retrofitted new sensor pack that so retrofitted sensor pack that had the ability to do mass surveillance by wear what or what else can i is. This working properly can we. You know tap tap what back in november we had the darker balloons flyover causing havoc on everybody. Because they didn't have that stupid times right on their god dang servers in so everybody's phone with jumping darpa balloons. They have our h bow. Arlit zero nine two was but they were flying a new gun. But i found out about because my phone kept changing time zones. And i was like what's going on money like ooh or more cowbell So i said okay. Well let's go on. And i couldn't figure out why my system was changing and then some people had spotted aliens and i was like now i gotta figure this out and journalists h powell was the calls ended zero nine or one zero one nine to over darker project Fly over and was given internet to everybody. And i have a google phone and google phone At least up to it but some jerk didn't put the right server time on whatever end so it was saying it was on eastern time when i was on eastern time and my phone went haywire because it couldn't figure out where the hell action was. Does that make sense because it was like. Hey i started on the east coast. And now i'm on central time and my phone's like i acted a handshake. And it says your central time or now you're on east coast and what you can't do that like it doesn't happen in. I wasn't in a being blocked by wifi. And all that stuff. When i was still whatever it was and i noticed that my wasn't on lt was on three as fired up another and i said oh okay well. Yeah that things weird so whatever. It is something i've never seen before. Were driving who cares. Find the legal depending on who you are so the plane you think is i think it was probably probably retrofitted because they got a whole bunch of money to do some cool stuff and learning to see if it works and it would make logical sense of why you would fly over and do something like that so i can see on the writer. That are no guy who does some stuff have retrofits said machinery and he has been recently and it may or may not be hypothetically in this. Maybe it would make logical sense if it was a head. I mean it could be. You could be one of those. What are they called the stairs. Stingray shut your mouth hot. The fbi never had anyone without the federal had stopped declaring shares in turn on century Throw a good thing. Whatever so but real optimize package and and it's quite literally finding like let's say ping to the millimeter of geolocation. Or maybe that could be it. Maybe you know you have if you have a non if you know where all the satellites are. It's it's agreements poodle right and that's a great way to also then you're if you're satellites are hero concert foot really yeah. This is what we can theory country of crazy stuff but my point is is that that didn't make sense. It didn't make sense on so many levels there was nothing else in there. I know that and the way it was where flying did make sense. The number of those aircraft Really doesn't make sense on on a skeleton crew so it had to have some kind of purpose and whatever the purpose was is unknown. But it's a thing that happened. Maybe insignificant but i find that derek. The lack of people reporting it is the most significant during side. They were all inside even though they a lot of people are missing understanding. You don't have to be inside and it was beautiful outside. It has been but nobody else there is. There's not been anybody ever. there was no reports. The only thing i could find was the the flyover that never happened on red parade day. Those guys didn't show up but they showed up that day. Oh jeez yeah. They're supposed to do a flyover on the day but the just never they didn't but what i'm saying like that's the only thing i could find which was kind of weird that nobody else had reported using idea where it because i was like scared. She'd be could you go into who nolan's in charge thrown on the internet right and say alex again read it air ingram. No alex jones hold of it. Oh jeez came on that guy on show probably not be hard at now. It'd be easier for me to go on his show. It will be harder for me for him to come here because he can't trace anymore. I mean based. I mean it drive anymore. I don't think that happened driving. He got to do it doesn't matter dudes. He's avidly weird and whatever but saying some people can take one thing like this little jet flyover to happen to be a bomber carries a ridiculous payload and capable of just annihilating entire country and just flying on all. I should do an entire episode as alex jones. That somebody's gonna have to fill in for that guy. So you might as well so practicing fucking you're gonna have to see crazy your stuff man like global latest or embed to satan and they're out there and they're trying to have three ways jesus maizels and they're all roofing everybody's drinks in everybody. Injuries were things game and and then our twitter. I don't just throw in indigent. Orsi in twitter dirk soros leave. You can't forget that guy. He asked to be roses funding the entire that and he's polling string of a buffer for now just generates. Now what have we done from. We've made my august. Well good. I guess i guess you know. Being weirder could get weirder but is going to be. That's going to be the should we just ran through. Is gonna be the teaser the teaser. Or they're in for disappointment The of is like relative serious. It's totally ridiculous. Brings us all back. Two warplanes were in a state of national emergency which is no pull shit. That's when government funding is free to do whatever because nobody is related to the emergency at all. They're like us your money. Shut your fucking like usually Is reserved for hug spokesman seals in those funding is. You're not even in uniform. They're like in there in that little greater. Yeah now that gray area has been expanded the entire country. It's not just down rain. Just not just anywhere. It's everywhere so it's not anywhere is everywhere. That's important to understand because this is a this is an unprecedented position that the entire world is in the federal government and is allies and enemies are free to move what i call. Great characters were black black characters who's usually stay channels etc people like this guy here. All over the world on this is a normal flight path. Yes she loves flushing amici. You're here. you're totally normal. But was new. He's missed that's the measure. He's been rucci flip this guy he got he's played of so what i'm saying is like every every massive government. Whoever has the resources because the entire world's in a pandemic they've now written off everybody's civil rights so of the united states was the leader. Summarize since lost our position and everyone else's followed suit knows very interesting about all. This is that we have a global fucking free for all for everything that is highly secret in negative. It's really crazy. This is a positive shit. Way on the aside. This is not a For the betterment of humanity good again since it conspiracy time. I mean i'm putting them on out of here here comes. Ebay is going to be a big one. Because i'm gonna do it the nationals. Was that only half if you really think about. What are they going to tell you can about your mind. We have proof that seti search for extra stacks. Alive closed down. They closed down in november. It was confirmed that this fast radio bursts recovering bar way and it had and every vote sixteen days. Sixteen days transmitting information to to us from a and then and on your saying after after successfully serious advice that you're saying i serious voices are cast. That's right i was just doing all bullshit. You're not this is legitimate. So they're sending these. These aliens are sending these british radio buyers every sixteen days and magically we get we get code and then they shut off the seti which has been running for over twenty years. It just turns off because they have enough information. David started off. Now it's off because they have enough information but this deserving i don't know but but which you think about so then there's this other fun thing is maybe those fast radio bursts had some kind of head information we don't know i don't know but ironically they're using the same supercomputer for covid. It literally turns out stern on and it's like who but there's some. How do you know this shit chris. You noticed because i'd well. Because i just know we are tough and it's not hard. I mean the fast radio bursts of folks you when your door dashing Like what do you do when you're delivering shade to people you're central you feel good. Everyone gives you. Maybe i five glove. This is like balls. Stephen science technology and all this other crazy shit. What are you fucking western. Nobody i can use my walmart. Pickup presume somebody awards two slices of bacon that finally. I was a perfect time. What i gave a shit punchline about bacon and then the bottom camera turn up its full. The whole thing's full okay. Well i'll do is up the rest of everything that we that'll be a bonus features Well so so. What i'm saying is these. This is actually true. Facts fast bursts. Were nothing the found out repeating so that became something now. There's stained carl sagan said that it's actually bike outlined by nasa in selling the guidelines. Things that won't happen and the biggest probability would be to decrypt. Whatever that messages is figure out exactly what it was because it could mean something very well. Astronomically game changing. And you need. Where's this single conference can't remember. They don't remember the call Cluster of stars. Yeah it could be seen probably have really fun but that's my contribution Simply binary stars black holes we don't know but but the timing is strange. The papers are strange and having a twenty year project of a giant supercomputer shutting down because they have enough information and then flipping over to the covert thing. I think is highly well. It's either it could be worth noting. This isn't a real hard thing to tight. Could probably not saying it's on scars. In fact earn so i don't know what it is but if there has been the theory of if there was if it was transmitting we would want to understand what was what was transmitting. Because we i mean. I would assume that they were already. On the quantum level we would they would be way past using a sub stars. Nobili stars send information. Where really in for a change. Fuck take about it. It's crazy but because they would if you can manipulate stars like you could have been using quantum information mover just to not listening. I don't know but we were listening. That's the we literally listening and now we stopped listening. Only reason you'd stop listening because you've been heard listened to the reason us cutler's 'cause they got allows okay by whatnot because that's the thing is a one way. Communication us also considered like one time pad bish allergists. Like i'm fucking around with this point kind of but you gotta look at this hundred the runaround as what i've done because i can't buy jeans a rhythm does shawn show so i was gonna make a decent stuff but i do and then i got this. I saw you re this year of weirdo. So the reason. I did that the the weird one year because if you can read this. You're within six feet. So that's the things your weirdo right. So like the standard next to me here. Laugh because it's a creative genius. That's the dumbest shit you've ever done. Compared to the awesome shit done because everything read it they laugh and you know it's funny because now that one hundred percent works i saw you. I saw you walking downstairs to this room. And it was too far away to read and i was like i bet it says something like if you can read this book and i didn't live. That's what everybody thinks. It's say you're close. But i send you a weirdo. Hence the genius that's genie's Because it makes them laugh but that tells me that they could read it in an assistant. I know that they're too close. And i didn't take the. It was funny. Because the reason i did it is because it was funny because i was bored now. I see how somebody told me. There's somebody who's looking at my. But i said how am i gonna to figure that out. Well bright some and and then people have then we're looking at my butt and that's true clues because that was an extra benefit. This is good logic. What the is just wanted to know. My says people are looking at your. But all the time. How would i know. I can't see which brings us to our final is two things i wanna talk about one sort of your but so remind me later. That's not yet pay to. What are the chances in your mind in your mind in your mind that this whole cova thing is just a ruse a by the chinese or be by the us given the timing given the The massive amount of misinformation. The way that you tame a lion who. It's not being on the way tame lion. If you don't know bilingual tamers us. Chairs is because they don't use a stick is because a chair which won the swat zim zebras. So that's that's the reason. The lion tamer uses that. Because you're it confuses people and that's the that's called misinformation does the same thing so if you have enough misinformation you can't tell what's real and what's right now there's so much misinformation that that is the information i need. All information is the that is a. That's the reason i can say Probability that somebody is controlling whatever's coming in what's going out and plus some of the weird stuff happening just doesn't make any sense at all. Like i can't like literally doesn't make sense like where facemask don't wear face masks. It's bad it's horrible. Everybody's dying is not enough debts dude last guest drawer. Mother closely related solid beards. Anyway he's a medic former marine and he signed himself up for a project that was not a contract to pm. See ciders of Contract in new york shit. So he's at the epicenter right and he's like yeah. People are is adoption guestrooms Dying a lot and they're all upper respiratory respiratory failures. Right so they're they're drawing in her own gunk a some kind. And then he goes. He goes through what i can describe it. As a tirade of descriptions of incompetency competency and lack of testing and lack of basic knowledge. So yes the news reports. Everyone's data kobe. Fuck he gets there. Yeah sure there are stacked their full of will die right but these people have pre existing conditions tested for code after. They're dead just the student because incentives put put through through insurance companies and You know fucking hostile managers and so on. And he's like what the flying fuck is going on here when he got like also incompetency at the skill level which is less interesting. But it's important to know that a lot of these nurses legacy retirement owners in so on they just are used to calling in teas so. Emt's can't put or sorry the the nurses Quitting on oxygen don't lost you. They don't know necessarily lend to give you an iv or how because they're used to call in other people. So that's a it's a it's a cluster as he described it. And i'm paraphrasing. but it was like a more. People are dying of incompetence through the healthcare system which goes to weinstein's point of a institutions the institutions. Because they're siloed in they want their papers and they want their Hey give credit. Where credit's due but heater. Not if they have to have a peer review of other people that are silent. He's insane insane situations sometimes. Things are not as complicated as they are now. In the theater in theater war you can make people perceive things an example. Let's say someone has made a claim and also it's true because might not that they are our body stacking up in new york right in a are stacking up at and it's horrible and we're letting it sounds bad right but then you actually move yourself away and then you start living with the objective facts of how could that be it could be people are dying in like just dropping like flies both lights just just everywhere right. Maybe but we're piling up bodies. Okay well can you have a funeral. Yes or no decision tree now where you put the body that would normally be like backed up one in out rate so where you can put them. Oh they can't go to have a funeral summer. The will allow an improper burial. So there's only one option unit stack these body similar camp. You can't put them in. Graham can't plan kit burnham can't do whatever for whatever reason people have their their beliefs adverse effect those beliefs but this is aside from belief because the The bodies were stacking up. While i just told you why they could be stacking up. And why would have refrigerated trucks because somebody said that was not an essential thing so do the mass people every day. Say two thousand people have died every day and then all of a sudden you you stop the funerals what you're gonna fill your bathtub. It's going to overflow. I see what you're saying. Okay so normally the bodies ago so instead of have to go up you're going to stack up. It means simple. It's it's a very easy just like a traffic jam. I mean it's more to think that's something time sensitive this exact thing My mother just died. She open heart surgery and she she died during the surgery they couldn't restart her Implant a stint and so What then happens to her body. It took them probably two or three times the amount of time to get to the point where they could cremate her cremator there solely on to her crush not still in on her mind. My dad is getting at is to your point. It took like two or three times. The amount of time to get her remains out of that building. You just one instance that is not in. That's not in a big area population and there's nobody in the hospital so about nobody phone. This is new york. And now this is the mid west shiites samples and there was nobody in that hospital. The most partners handful of people who had died. But it wasn't any different than any other day but it's two or three times as long to get her out so that latency if you think about it just like if you that latency builds up. It's like cholesterol in your arteries. If you think about a traffic jam right you get one one card going twenty miles an hour then you get another three cars twenty miles an hour down highway normally city audubon is. Everything's in slow down eventually Cause accidents there's accents stack. You're gonna have a gigantic traffic jam. That's where we're at doing so you're saying as dead body traffic jam because it's been almost almost as if it was orchestrated in that manner because that would if you had a theater right and you need to make this thing true would you could would you like. I said i'm gonna switch true. That there are about a stacking up. We'll how can you make. How could you make the make people perceive it as oh look at all. Dead bodies that from covid versus. Oh look at least advise that we just didn't put away like we normally do every other day so in the last few years i have i. I didn't really believe he. Kinda know the conspiracies happened. You know the government can influence things and so on and even from a prior military guy stamp on your mobile. The government's largely incompetent as z. And then it's gonna fall apart and your app was come from while i had the privilege of working with and meeting with people who are capable of doing exactly what you're talking about. These guys are what. I would call master They run logistics. Like you wouldn't believe these guys are. They would think of everything that you wouldn't think about. And then they would come up with a solution to prove. Whatever was that you were trying to prove true I'm gonna give you a morbid. That might might coach. Bring those so. Did you think about the current at twenty eight. Thirty hundred restarted this. Here's my morbid dot. org About so we've got these dead bodies piling up the can't get to their loved ones to be properly buried by whatever traditions or whatever means that is normally happens. Okay but guess what you can get in the same day sandwich. Do you see the problem with this at all. There's a tremendous problem. They're an active carrier active carrier versus the giving you a sandwich that could literally contaminate you. If you can't get those bodies that's the way roman lover you might know. I want you to think about that though. 'cause that's actually a really interesting thought. How how essential. It is for someone to be able to sit like a king and have a peasant. Bring them a burger but not be able to grieve properly. Where the fuck did we go wrong. And it's true you can get a god damn anything. Cabbie brought literally to your house into the hospital. But you can't that doesn't make sense. I think about the severity of that. Which one's more important the burger the trays that we had called nine called for my mom like we're not doing any services doing anything. Even open our gatherings. Some were limited Everybody else was like you know you should just wait where you can take the remains in a plastic jug now. Didn't say job but they did say container. It's fucking whatever. It's a box. Whatever comments a plastic like box. I mean i think you can get on like in the southern missouri drug. Yeah i don't know i i. I asked for plasma for into the sun. Yeah i want to be shot in a rocket at the song out some plasma vacation and have fun with that. I don't care but my point is frozen by her frozen body out. And then i want people to come like signing name on the hot girls take selfies. We start on southeast right. Now as you're thinking about self already wednesday voiced so my point is is that that that little fact there is so ridiculous so so so ridiculous fiber said that before december. You would say are you. You're just a sick bastard that anyway. You know anybody would say that to anybody saying. But now it's like nobody star that last question walter cronkite. I'm gonna watch cronkite. You were walters all respected journals. I'm is code. Nineteen made up by the chinese. Is it a bio other. I'm gonna say that. The over nineteen likely highest manufactured. Part of it would be the misinformation and leave it at that. It is the highest probability that that is manufactured. The most manufactured piece of it and i'll i mean you can take that for what whatever that means but because it is the right now given that we have so much that we don't know and but we are made to believe that we do know that the the almost all of it would be manufactured misinformation versus the actual problem because it has the misinformation is most powerful piece of it. That would be. But i'm curious. Do you think the misinformation portion of this is is is a collection of people trying to make money off of this. Where do you think it's a coordinated effort. I think what it is. It's just comeback clarify of People like haven't he go show. Nobody's allowed to have an ego make sense. Everybody else's ego was literally destroyed. Now you have all these other people that have the ability to have the ego and ego is spillover and to the point that they are are. They don't know what they they're i guess. What is that called delusional ego. Become so big you. You actually are so delusional you don't even know which is hyper bill. That's a good way ended winning it. Thank you wizard loss or of us depending on how does a appreciate it. We'll have you back on. When will my we mean being cheers right.

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Aries 10, 4114 FY: St. Tara Classifies Magic

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07:07 min | 4 months ago

Aries 10, 4114 FY: St. Tara Classifies Magic

"Ooh and welcome back to archives abella daily. The only podcast breaking down its magic system. today is march thirtieth. Equal to aries tenth. Books are available on amazon. Please rate and review the podcast on itunes. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts and hit that subscribe button for more. Great store is right in your feed. One hundred and fourteen. Ad is remembered as the year. Roman emperor trays on defeated the par theuns and overran armenia and northern mesopotamia and the neighbouring magical world of abella. A no was first to write the laws of magic. That would define her legacy. I'm dillon foley. And this is archives of fabella Beyond our world there is love beyond our world there is beyond our world there is life beyond our world. There is abella ariz. Tenth forty-one fourteen f y fabella. You're equal to march thirtieth one hundred and fourteen. Ad earth year dwarfs or dwarf kind or race of people measuring below five feet tall the name dwarf strictly referred to a male of the species because females were gnomes long dark hair a stocky build and deep voices were typical trademark characteristics of dwarf. Kind beard link was a source of pride among the male population. The most famous gnome in history with tara daughter of hogan. You may remember that. We've met tara before in the episode titled the child. She was a baby who couldn't control her magic. By the year. Forty one fourteen. Terra has grown up and made a name for herself as the inventor of the flying broomstick a disciple of aphrodite. Eighty and a heroic centeno who fought against the forty one ten rise of the evil titan army now. She is about to embark on her greatest claim to fame starting a school of magic before she opened the doors to her academy saint tara. I has to develop a curriculum on aries ten. Forty one fourteen. She unveils her design for the different classifications of magic basic spell casting. If any incantation centered. Words repeated out loud or created from a spell book it encompasses shinx -is texas and curses. Jinx's are childish. Playful spells normally done by young witches and wizards terror designed her curriculum to ignore these but kids will be kids and did the casting of jinx persisted. Throughout the school's history heck says were attack spells used during duels or rough housing. The were taught by faculty only as a means of self defense and not considered especially lethal curses on the other hand are lethal and regarded as legal. Dark magic to perform in society. Students caught cursing each other immediately. Face expulsion and criminal charges divination is the term for performing a spell with the power granted to you by god this involves fortune telling spiritual centered spells and spells cast under extreme stress. This is the most common type especially for beginners who cannot control their magic which is and wizards who exclusively used. Nation are called diviners and shaman. Conjuration centered on summoning. Something like an object or the spirit of a dead relative conjurers have a reputation for having a high opinion of themselves because they can create objects out of thin air and are basically omnipotent. God's conjuration was complex. Because which his and wizards had to repeat a long list of incantations to create the sheep material and color of the object they were using magic to create this often went in absurd and spectacular fashion charms. Exclusively concerned object centered. Magic medallions eat tokens talismans excetera. Oh that belongs. In charms because it's magic is contained inside an object and chanter chantiers and in chances always carry a lot of stuff with them and collect random knickknacks further subjects in education developed as terror continued to refine curriculum saint terrors academy of magical arts and sciences at stores in forty. one fifteen. That's going to do it for us today. Tune in tomorrow for a new story that hits a little close to whom subscribe now to get more new episode right in your feed rate n reviewed the podcast on itunes. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Send your questions to archive of abella. That g mail dot com archives. F bella is aided produced and hosted by dylan foley with music by garrett fares and audio blocks books are available on amazon in e book and paperback as always look outside of what is possible and think about what might be.

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Final Fantasy VII | A First Trip to Midgar

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2:14:36 hr | 7 months ago

Final Fantasy VII | A First Trip to Midgar

"Oh my god what's that. What's that sweet melody in the air. Like like so much mako coming down from a window. Oh and it's like we're we're pulling the camera out and we are. We are seeing that we are in this sprawling megalopolis which was a word that i was afraid to say when it was in my brain ford exit my mouth but i got the megalopolis of mid guard because we are. It's a final fantasy seven podcast all my goodness a wild vinyl fantasy seven podcast has appeared in your feed once more. Blow everybody josh. Whitlinger number one. F f seven superfan in the post show recaps roster and. I am so excited to go off on this very scary this role adrenaline packed bombing mission with the one. The only soldier first class ex-soldier first class now mercenary. You may know them around. The post show recaps patron discord as the number two highest leveled. Up member of the push to recaps patron discord. You know them as my friend and partner in crime alongside jessica lease on mole patrol overrun rob has a podcast A real life avalanche or the great brooklyn said aka said thirteen said. Oh my god look look look. We're doing it it's happening. can you believe it. can you believe it. Things escalated very quickly. Things have escalated very quickly. Okay hey everyone this is a final fantasy seven podcast final fantasy. Seven is a video game from the year. Nineteen ninety-seven podcasting about here in the year. Twenty twenty one. Because that's where we're at this point if that is very much where we're you know last year you said that the final fantasy remake was the best thing on television in the year. Twenty twenty i stand by twenty twenty one. Be any different stanton. The last i stand by that. Take i stand by that tape. Final fantasy seven. I said the final fantasy seven remake released in the spring of twenty twenty was the best. Tv show twenty twenty. Don't ask me. I stand by the take other than mole. The mole reality show of twenty twenty. But why are we talking. But that was a year ago almost now that the f. of seven remake happen we've got no news on when final fantasy seven. Remake is going to continue in few podcasts about it but we've got no news wire. Why suddenly randomly here in the beginning of january talking about fancy seven like zad. I feel like thereby hangs a tale indeed indeed also time is a contract and there are no rules. There are no rules there are no rules. They're out the window. Time is real when you have to escape the sector seven makeover reactor and when he minute time limit to do that in but other than that. Time is time as louis years. What's up final. Fantasy seven is a formative storytelling experience and know. We don't typically do video games year on potua recaps. We've tried few times doesn't always take this may not take. We'll see relieving it open or giving it a whirl because this is you know if you know anything about me if you listen to my other stuff lost my food right. I love the marvel. Cinematic universe were doing star wars on a regular base. But the thing the thing the story that i probably most associate with just like pure purely for me comfort food type stuff is the final fantasy franchise created by square soft then square annex and the games that they have produced whether it's final fantasy four six seven eight nine left out five. Because it's not my favorite but i know people love it ten which i know played which will talk about momentarily. They've gone all the way up to fifteen which i actually played recently and enjoyed and didn't think i would. These are games that i kind of privately in my little corner. I play the shit out of him. I play them ruthlessly are very rich storytelling universes and worlds with characters who. I love very dearly with spectacular music as you just heard the great no boo matsu the composer for the main line final fantasies up until i think ten is when he only does a few tracks and then he's basically out. I think that's a fairly significant indicator of like. Aw shit hitting the fan. If no booze not here. It's not going to be. That good is the music that i think you could agree. The music slaps it does it. Does it does. The s. t. is very very good and and so. These are games that i have. I have lived with for a long time. I drop occasional. Final fantasy references. My greatest hope in life would be to find enough people who'd be like all right. You keep talking about well. I want to hear more about it. It's like all right. Well i would also like to talk about it more. I also would like you to hear about it. What i would really love to do is like describe to you. What happens in these games. If you're never gonna play them because the stories are magnificent and wonderful and sometimes problematic and bad but let's talk about him and fine and sometimes scary and sometimes heartbreaking Enrich the rich little stories. Little pockets of story that i treasure dearly and i would love to share that treasury with people. So i've been wanting to do this for a long time. Never really seriously thought that there would be any real like actual way of doing this on a regular basis other than the few podcasts. We did for f. seven remake But then said the great brooklyn's ed there. You are prolific in the pusher recaps patron discord hanging out in mentioning very casual echo. Yeah i'm playing final fantasy ten right now. Excuse me what is this. What is this so we have only old game systems in my apartment. Yes and your waystation to we have. I am using a playstation two. We have a playstation three. That doesn't seem to be working at the moment Unless i don't understand how a power button works and i think i do. Yeah so. I was eliminated. I was limited to playstation two games. And we have final fantasy ten in the house. So i was gonna play final fantasy ten. You played a little bit of it. i did. I played you know four or five hours of it and i was incredibly board. yeah And talking about it in the games channel of the discord that. I was not impressed. Not having a great time. Yeah my only other experience with final fantasy. I've played kingdom hearts through to the end. And i understand that that is a disney final fantasy crossover. Yes elements of final fantasy in the in the kingdom hearts franchise. It's like mickey mouse. It's donald duck goofy and its mother. Sf roth spiky-haired chilton cloud. Yeah yeah yeah Yeah so. I played those and i played final fantasy. Nine to the final boss battles that i'd never finished yeah With no with no safe point. In between which. I have amount many that'll happen. Yes difficulty purposes. They want challenge and frustrate. You often works very well and so the story that brings us to this point. Aside from the posting about final fantasy ten in the discord is that once upon a time a good five or more years ago a friend of mine was like i want you to get into video games. I love video games much. Like josh is done. Now and final fantasy nine is my favourite games. So i'm going to give you my final fantasy nine and my playstation one which is for folks who don't know about the size of like a portable dvd player so it's easy to just hand somebody the device along with a cd kit And i played the game and then we remembered that. I could play final fantasy nine on the playstation two. That was already in the apartment. So i gave my friend back the playstation one and with it the first of the four discs. I'm a fantasy nine. Meaning i could never start the game over again right. And that's been the problem. I played from save point on on the memory card at one point somewhere in the middle of the game. But i've never been able to start it over just hard fantasy nine. It's hard to hop into the middle of it right where you are you where you're supposed to be going aren't these aren't shoot em ups. They aren't first person. Shooters like a puzzle. Game it's not like an iphone game with these are sprawling narratives of like the star wars scale. So you can't hardly a leaking gain on the map saying here's where your next mission is. Go ride your when you're ready Which is my only other familiarity with gaming release. I've i've actually played a few first person shooters to cry right. I've played far cry three. I played the first red dead redemption Early in lockdown redemption and sassoon's creed black-flag because i love pirates. Yeah but you did you. You mentioned this story. And then like i think like you mentioned it while it was like i own f f seven f f eight nine for playstation like i. I was very into japanese role. Playing games is like my favorite video game genre. I've played so many. I've played a ton in the last year. It's been like a big mental health boon for me is when i'm not working or whatever like i sink hours into a role playing game and i and i love it and it's immersive and it's really not for everybody but it's very much for me and so like at that point in in my life when these games were coming out like i was very into them coming out like right away lake immediately as they were as they were hitting shelves and like a bunch of other games too so i held onto those for a very long time because their treasured artifacts for me is my my regional copies of f. Seven eight and nine and because my brain has been adult by many things over the course of the years. I can't quite tell you if those are all totally my copies. Or if they're like hand downs from friends to like there is. There is some element of that. Because i had a bunch of friends who play these games and they would play them as well and we compare notes and we talk about the story and if someone was like oh i don't have f nine all switch it with you over the years. I think they all got like cross contaminated. But i at the very least have ended up with seven through f f nine and so is as you live very close to where i was that bringing them to you. I'm bringing you these games because mom fancy ten is not for you but final fantasy seven. Extraordinarily your shit. I think if you are even lightly interested in final fantasy those who do not know brooklyn's ak- at hard rock hope on the mean twitter streets. I think a game. That is very much like anti-capitalist pro environment and the dangers of what happens. When too few people hold all the power seems like it would be extremely your shit on and said. I think that you should stop playing fancy ten and i think that you should start playing final fantasy seven and so you did. That is exactly what i did. And you're right it is very much And even if the first five what you thought would be five hours. Sixty eight and a half hours. I have gotten to our first stuffing pointed story doing. But you're doing great. You're doing great we've been. We've been texting. I've been getting your takes via text simultaneous off. This is like we want to do more patrol again at some point. We're really focused on post. Show recaps right now. So it's just a matter of figuring out. Where can we do multiple. because it's a real endeavor. It's an undertaking But you and i haven't been podcasting nearly enough. It was like well. What can we podcast about. I wanna get your takes. I think this is the opportunity. I think this is it. I think we can talk about fancy seven. Tell people the story that they are missing out on. Perhaps this will encourage people to go and play it. There's a thousand different ways to to play these games If you've got if you've got steam if you've got playstation four if you've got intend to switch there have been re released. It's not even talking about the remake of final fantasy seven but like the original playstation or of final fantasy seven has been ported to these current generation platforms. And they also said and this may make you jealous and angry these bortz have it so that like you can basically make your characters invincible. You can basically make it so that like you can move everything like double speeds and things go faster. You can basically make it so that your characters don't ever have to have a random encounter on the battlefield if you really just want get the story and rushed through it pretty easily. It's very highly doable. So if that sounds interesting to you i'd recommend it. Unfortunately for us. Ed you're going to have to play it the old fashioned way. We'll see that's great. I think being invincible sounds boring. For the sake of the game. I would love to be able to walk a little faster but But other than that. It's you know i'm okay with it the way that it is. Yeah so that's that's up. We're gonna we're gonna we're gonna talk through f f. Seven zero has played through a very specific point in final. Fantasy seven I as i told said as i told them about five hours of the game takes place in basically one location. Took you about eight and a half to get there. Yes i've done some like approximating in my mind based on that it's like what that means. You're on the hour delay. Well part of it is. Because i don't play these kinds of games a lot. My my eyes are not necessarily adjusted. To what i should be looking for in terms of entrances and exits or how to navigate like ramps and stairs like that so i spent a really long time in the train. Graveyard running around trying to figure out how to get up something. There's a train yard lately and it looks like it. Looks like a hole in the ground to me but was actually a ramp. So i kept running around it and i need up and that kind of thing in a place where you will have. Random encounters can then make the game. Take a lot longer because you have at your love downing right now. You're grinding levels by accident crazy. Just like in the discord. Yes that's that's what's going on over there so you have to play at the old fashioned way. It's taken you a little bit of time. But you've reached. I think what is the first natural story point stopping point to the to the degree that said they made the final fantasy seven remake that was released for playstation four. You know however. Many decades later takes place entirely in this portion of the game. You've played they elaborate. Everything that you played into like a full forty some odd our game that i have sunk one hundred hours into disgusting and i'm sick and i got one hundred percent completion on it and it is the first game that i've ever done that. Born that makes me. I love one hundred completion. Yes well that's another reason. Why i think like a game like this is going to be on for you. Because there's a lot of weird nooks and crannies and i don't want you to look anything up. I will be your guide. I already told you that you're getting relatively close to an opportunity to find a bonus character and unlike. I know that you like to talk about how there was a bonus character and found fancy nine that you missed you would have had to encounter that person eventually and you did at the point that you encountered that character. That's not a scalpel character. I'm talking about a fully. Skip -able character so i will i will. I will guide you through claiming that character. What we're going to do here is we're not gonna do. Spoilers this spoiler free we will talk through the story of f. seven from like your perspective of how you're viewing the story how you're interpreting the story. So far i'll talk about the game from like the level in like the very matter of fact these are the events just the facts like this is what's happening to describe it out for people who don't wanna play but we're not gonna. We're not gonna talk about anything further down the line from where you've played preserving all of the surprises. This is reverse mole patrol. Yes where it is now me who holds the cars and you experiencing the story for the first time and that'll be great and because we're going to be doing this at certain stopping points and i'll i'll reveal here At the end of this. Podcast where i think the next stopping point should be. We're stopping short of saying. This is like a weekly podcast. We have no schedule. We've no schedule other than your replace schedule at it. I love that that. I don't think i don't think that we'll have like a. I don't think that we should ever have like two. Fm seven podcasts. In a week but if it becomes weekly it's trending that way that's great if it's like once a month that'll be fine too if it's once a year whatever it is you know we'll chart it so so that's the scheduled. That's the spoiler rules. You wanna hit me up about f seven specifically. I have a few recommendations for you. One is in the spirit of patrols that i think people should not at you about f do not add dead at about a million other things on twitter. Not about f- seven. You're talking about fifty seven. Yeah you know the things. Don't add about f f seven if you want to talk about themes or things that they've clearly experienced so far like if you want to know what did you think about the scorpions. Centeno boss by you. Know what about that. Weird turtle lizard monster thing underneath john. Cornyn bedroom these are things. We're about to talk about like feel free to hit the setup for that stuff but be cool if you've played the game or even if you know anything about the game you know some of the stuff. I'm talking about be cool. Lock it down but you can talk to me. You can go to the poster. Recaps patron discord. If you're not a member already patriot dot com slash post show. Recaps go to the games channel spoiler. Tech's please you can highlight your text and hide it and had visible lincoln. I can push the button. And i could see what you've said. And we can have a very nice big spoiler chat or there is the the final fantasy seven discord that i am a part of that. We built around the time of the f. f. seven remake zetter you scored. There's a secret discord. It is totally free hundred percent free. You not have to sign up for absolutely anything. It is not as traffic as the patron discord. But we're still in there and we still talk from time to time. And i'm happy to talk. Fm seminar any rpg or any game that you want in that discord. And if you want the link to that. Hit me. Up on twitter at ron howard. I'll reply to you with the lincoln. I think it's got like a twenty four hour expiration windows of sign up fast. Those are the ways you want to get into spoiler stuff but here is a spoiler free zone with all of that. Said we're going to get into it. We're gonna we're gonna we're gonna journey through mid garas. The title of this episode describes. I would love to start with this from you. What is mid gar. And as you're experiencing it so far. What is file fancy seven so mid are seems to me and i know these some of these references. Come after final fantasy seven. But i'm playing this game in the year. Twenty twenty one. So here we are mid garfield to me sort of like a ready player. One hunger games like thirteen districts. Sort of post apocalyptic world where as in most post-apocalyptic worlds in also. The one that we live in there are different classes of people pre-apocalyptic pseudo apocalypse. Yeah right so most of what we've seen or what i've seen of mid gar is the slums of these different sectors. And i'm not sure. What determines the sectors themselves I know there are plates in their pillars. And i know there's a very tall tower that i climbed all of the stairs of just What else do i know So final fantasy seven. We have this team of rebels. Essentially of the you know the organization avalanche including our main character cloud who is an ex soldier and soldier is also an organization. It doesn't literally mean it's it's like soldier all caps soldier big ass big. Oh big al. Big d. big guy big e b. Our soldier big solar energy big soldier up the military way of the shinri company the shinwa electric company. And they are they they run mid gar. They run the world. Basically they run mid gar by having access to what is Pronounced officially neff seven remake as moscow. Though i have said makeover my entire life so. I'm going to have a hard time not saying mako here. And they harvest this energy that the members of this group avalanche believe is like literally the lifeblood of the planet and they wanna stop sh- inre from being mega douches and holding all of the money and all of the power and oppressing so many people and being situated in this megalopolis there's that word again called mid gar which to your point is split into many different communities eight sectors eight neighborhoods that are separated by big walls in between each one and don't explore a bunch of them at least in the original game. But you explore a couple and the swamps that you're living in our underneath an enormous plate that big pizza in the sky as barrett leader of avalanche describes. Where the literally like the pie. In the sky the uppercrust society lives that yes it also reminds. Me of snow piercer If a train were a circle instead of a train In terms of the definitive separation of you know the lower class the people living in the slums from those people living higher up throughout the game or at least throughout the part that i've played. You're like working to wake make your way to the surface is my understanding And i know there's a part where you have to climb you're climbing up to put the batteries in the in climbed that gold. That shiny wire of hope. Yeah climbing wires. That's the thing you can do in this game But only when prompted right. It's not something you can just do all the time. You have to be quite that open world no no but but it does happen. So those are the basics in thematically. What are you gathering from. F f seven so far so i keep wondering if there is a government or if there is just this power company that because they have yet to roll and metaphorical power. Yeah they are. They're the ones in control. So they are. It is very much a game about who controls the means of production which is a very important thing to understand if you are Playing this game through socialist. Latin which surprise. Am what else. Yeah i mean that's act. He shouldn't he sh- resin charge. Schiro shinwar got that money in charge and basically everywhere that you go at the very least generous fingerprints are all over everything so the game begins with that epic music. We played at the start here as we embark on the first mission with avalanche. Which is the name of. They've been branded by shinya as eko terrorists that these These these these these terrible. These dastardly avalanches these terrorists. Who are going around causing all sorts of of mayhem. But you're you're inclined to question. That right i mean you're in the perspective of these characters and you see off the horrible shitty things that shimmer doesn't maybe she has got this one wrong said i. It's almost like they also know that they've got it wrong. Well to the point that they make a speech. The president president shin raw makes a speech about how they're going to destroy a sector of of the city so that they can then build it back up and be the heroes and then later revealed that they're not going to bother building it back up again because it would be too expensive right. Because they're awful. Awful awful awful awful awful. May i stress and underlying five hundred more times awful people at the top of shimmer here in this game but you begin with cloud strife names cloud strife. Got this huge spiky blond hair. These is that everyone's like. Oh look your eyes. you've got their infused with mako. You must be a soldier you could tell him by the is said right if you were a member of soldier which was the elite soldier class fourche inre now only generate power companies said not only is effectively like global government but they also have an army literal army and it's soldier and cloud is ex soldier and he's now a current mercenary and he is on on the payroll with avalanche just a job though he doesn't give he doesn't he doesn't give a who about any of the stuff that they're interested in zeti. He just wants that money. That gil right. That's sweet sweet. Gil is what they call money in the world of fantasy seven. Yeah cloud is not motivated by the ethics or morality of the situation. Cloud is there to go get a paycheck and get out and sometimes getting the paycheck seems to be the challenging aspects. Yeah because avalanche deeply funded sometimes like hey we could you. Could you work for like just like drink at t.f. Fas bars and thing like like sometimes. That's what they no. I want the money and so it leads to friction between cloud who is as an ex know. His title implies means that he's very good fighter. He's would you like to describe clouds. Preliminary weapon a large sword. Yes that is like the size of like three people. Yeah it's called the buster sword and it is gigantic. it is like it's a it is like It looks like the wing of a small airplane. Yes yes i mean. That's from my experience. Pretty typical in konic final fantasy. Right is that your main character has some giant sword. Usually they have some sort of signature weapon. This is i think the most iconic main character weapon in a final fantasy series is the buster sword like this huge ass sword in final fantasy eight. If we're enjoying this enough and we ever get their your main character has what is called a gun blade which is like a revolver with a sword on it now weird. That's kind of icon. Ick do but it's also strange and weird when you really like. Poke at it doesn't really make sense that like some designers like oh that'd be cool you get a close up a weapon or ranged weapon. I don't know if you get it both in one thing and it doesn't. It doesn't work as a ranged weapon to. It's just a close up. Well then you go and you slash someone with the gun bleed and you pull the trigger and like there's a little bit of like an explosive slash and that's it that's the gun played really doesn't it's not like it's like arm scituate right. So so cloud with these. I love that. Like defending like the veracity of the buster sword versus the gun blade because the buster sort is comically large and completely impractical But it's also stacked against clouds. I like working. Partner is the leader of avalanche barret. Wallace who i believe that the designers of f f seven like literally modeled after mr t. is who they were aiming for. It could see very much. They i think they were actively. Aiming for mr t. He is he is like very vulgar. He's constantly like his dialogue is bleeped out. Got shift and the numbers keys. That's a lot of talk is just like someone like furiously pounding. The text has a gatling gun for a hand. Luke skywalker each your heart out. This is the coolest Hand substitute a weapon in fiction. Maybe not but it was is what do you think of. Barrett's pretty good I am highly amused in games. Only by a large men yelling and jumping up and down and throwing temper tantrums a lot often he it is. It is the majority of his characterization. The far when i played final fantasy nine i was playing just with the regular character names but my one roommate was also playing through a naming all the characters after people we knew. And so i was steiner because steiner the night and jumps up and throws a lot of fits. Yes i don't know that that's my personality. But i i do enjoy those characters who are just like mad. I if nine. I i would definitely put you more in the i would literally call you. Zidane is right. Well now we know this for sure. Yeah many years ago. It's right there. It's right there for the for the for the eventual f f nine version of this when we go back through that but barrett is the leader of avalanche. He believes in the 'cause he hates the shinri company with a fiery passion. He is the leader of these missions. To to blow up the mako reactors every sector in mid gar has a mako reactor through which the power supply it and he thinks that shimmer is destroying the planet by mining off the mako. So he wants to destroy the reactors so the first mission of the game is cloud and barrett going through this reactor alongside the other members of avalanche jesse biggs and wedge biggs and wedge are names of of characters from star wars and they are also names of characters featured in just about every single final fantasy. There's a biggs and wedge up and down just about every single game that exists. There's a few characters that have that. Have that distinction just like sort of like through lines threat like even if there were different characters that they'll just like take the names like biggs and wedge are are hallmarks of the final fantasy game. Interesting yeah and like jesse is super resourceful and biggs is kind of like this little grunt of a soldier and wedge is is like me is kind of like a like a chubby guy is like cloud man. It's so cool to hang out with like whatever man i'm like. I'm not undeterred. By that also still gonna wanna be your friend wedge wedges if i'm anyone in f f seven i'm wedge for sure he's great. The remake does a very good job with him specifically the actor who plays badger from breaking bad. Does the voice for wedge in the reagan. It's very very good. It goes through this. I reactor they have to fight. The scorpion sentinel said a. This is the first boss bite that you encounter in the game. Was this difficult for you. giant scorpion robot with a huge tail. That you have to hit with lightning and stuff. That was probably the battle where i got the game over screen twice which is also a new experience for me because i think even by final fantasy nine if you die in a battle you just reese gone at your saved point. You don't get the like game over starting credits start rolling as if you just turned the game on situation. Yeah that you get. I was shocked the first time of nine point ninety seven said happen travelling through time. You know different time you know. We're not we're not like nintendo level difficulty. But it's still not you didn't believe it. Yes so funny like wait. Not only did i have to start over start restart the game start you blow you. Blow up the reactor after you fight this gigantic literally. It's called the scorpion sentinel. That shimmer has left. Their remake makes a huge meal out of this. They turned the scorpion sentinel into a sprawling boss bite. It's like climbing over the reactor. It's like this huge actions. Like no. So i want to highlight that for you along the way of like. What if they done. What little things did they do that. They they expanded upon in major fashion organs. One of them you blow up the reactor and it's all over the news right and it's like oh avalanche struck again. Those filthy terrorists all all over the news shinjiro runs the media's ed and they're controlling the narrative yet this is what happens when corporations are in charge of everything they control the narrative they control the power which means they control the people. They control the money. Everyone believes it right like you see. We're we're skipping. Pass it important point to get back to but in a minute like on the way back from the mission. They take a train. Because it's like fantasy new york city and so you have to commute from your from your arm your mission to from your from your activists activism mission. Yeah to go back home to your apartment. That's yeah that familiar at all. Not even a little bit no not a few times a week. Also and like literally on the train like barrett gets into a fight like an argument with this one guy who was like middle-management shinri being like i think is actually pretty good and these avalanche guys suck birds like are you freaks out at him shakes his huge like gatling gun fist at the guy. And the guy's like let me out of here barrett come on chill out man like goes aggressive. This is a lot so so everybody in in mid car for the most part. There aren't a lot of people that are sympathizing with what avalanches putting down that avalanche seems to be on the outside with this thing and shimmering got such a stranglehold on everybody that they just want their lives to be comfortable cozy. They wanna keep doing all the stuff that shivnarine abel's them to do. They've got tv. They've got lights on. You know this is all good. Even though everybody in the slums specifically they're living in relative squalor yet this is. This is what they know. Some people in the slums or more sympathetic to the avalanche caused and others will get to them momentarily one of the first people who we meet as far as somebody who lives on the ground floor of mid gar this young woman who's selling flowers that cloud encounters at the end of his mission to blow up the first reactor and he's on his way to the train a bumps into this young woman with flowers. And you get to make a choice here. Said the game like allows you to make some choices along the way. You don't have to do it one way. You have a couple of different ways to do it. One is like a nice to this woman in except a flower from them. Or you can be kind of brewed. And i gotta make my train like a real new yorker. What did you. What did you choose said well. The flower was cheap. So i bought the floor. Was that the only reason they did. You wanna make her feel okay. Did you feel guilty. It was it was a little bit of both. I mean it didn't as long as it didn't feel like this was a person trying to extort me for my which does feel like it happens on other occasions us. It's like well. You can try this thing that i have. It only costs two hundred and fifty. Gil i don't know that that's going to be worth it and i only have like a thousand so we're not gonna do that But she seemed nice. So i bought a our it so you bought bought the flower. You're on your way to the train station. Then all these jinro troopers okay. That guy with the gigantic sword on his back probably blew up the reactor and they're not wrong. They're not wrong. And this is a huge mission. This is like the second level of the remake is like escaping and fighting all of these people but the original game gives you the option to just like. I don't wanna find anyone. I just want to run away and hop on a train. what did you do. Did you fight them or did you run away. I thought yeah sounds right. I just love mad at you. You guys suck. What do you think i did. But i had to do you read. I ran away. I had a panic attack. However you know like a twelve year old or whatever you know. I don't want to fight these guys. Invite these guys or maybe later the game not later the game is giving me the option to yeah. I think it literally is like fight them or not now. I think i'll always pick not now so it didn't fight them either way you end up on the train like everyone in from avalanche barret and jesse and bigs in winter like oh and he thinks in regard him all that sucks going to miss him and jesse seems to kind of have a thing for cloud like oh no. I don't wanna lose cloud yet and bears. Like whatever eat has even. He's he's way too expensive a higher anyway and then cloud gets on the trains like thanks. Dick i heard everything you said. And there's a lot of time sequences early on in this game. Which was very stressful. Yes because there's a time to train sequence coming up here pretty soon. Yeah take the train. You go all the way. Back to sector seven blissful sector seven not a terrible thing in sight for this community. Everything's going to be just great for everyone who you're about to meet here in sector seven including this wonderful sprawling bars. Ed called a seventh heaven. No relation to the warner brothers. Television show as far as could be also movie of of the hit film next starring nicolas cage which you don't know why that has become a big deal in the post show recaps patriot community. Let me just say it has become one and this is a strong incentive for you potentially to sign up for the post show recaps patriot has our communities growing relationship with nicholas cage. It is evolving and dangerously. Might i add to this bar in his bar. Ends up being the headquarters for avalanche right. This is the secret base for avalanche. And you meet a couple of new people. One is marlene. Who's this young kid. Who's it's like helps. Run the bar by the way. It looks like she's about five years old. He's tiny like you haven't seen marlene and cut scenes yet. I don't think but you will at one point and like she is like like easily like three feet tall. She's so small. Yeah she's like just a couple of shades past like full-on infant like probably like the terrible twos. The threes called. I think it's probably four or five. Should kindergartner you know she's young and she's running a bar but she she brings ed world we live at. She brings out the softer side and barrett. Right like barrett's like my generation screwed everything up. And i am not going to leave this destroyed planet for my kid. It's like preach dude. Yes get it. Yeah save the world man so everything. He's doing he's doing for her. It's pretty clear That that is a big reason for it. And then there's kifah t for lockhart is her name and she is like a martial arts bad ass clouds best friend from childhood. Get some flashbacks with two of them. Were in their hometown. Nibble hyme is that what it's called nibble heim. You got a problem with that. No it's just very. I say it four times fast and they the flashback. This one night when cloud who also at that moment looks like. He's about three feet tall when their kids like. She seems a lot taller than he was. He seems pretty scrawny. Tiny little things. Like i'm going into mid guard. I'm gonna join soldier and was like really. What's the big deal. A little guy about ball grow up. Don't get strong like three sizes of people in these. You are your child and you come up to people's wastes regular adult us or you are like giant barrett size of those. Those are the only on i think. Scale at zab in like the sort of like the poly gonnell era of rpg's. I think yeah. i think you're right. You're three feet tall or you're like five six or you're like seven feet and there's no inbetween not really no all the other. There's three heights. Three feet five six seven feet. The numbers are good different. Laws numbers tepa tebas clouds friend. She's basically the reason why he has this job as a mercenary in mid guard working for avalanche. She effectively runs the bar. She's the one who hands out the diner. Martinis and she she. She likes cloud quite a bit. They have some history and if cloud has ever sort of like a little bit softer. Sometimes it's around but even then he can kind of be a bit of addict tif. Yeah there's sort of an ongoing will they won't they between cloud antifa and also between cloud and flower girl. The flower girl who we will live at who will eventually reappear so there. There's a big fight clouds like hey was money whereas like a could you wait at out. Gada don't have it and there's a little bit of a fight and clouds like i'm leaving. Tv's like but hey remember you once told me that like we'd be friends forever and if i ever need you could depend on you and crash it. I think i did say that. And so they're able to kind of guilt and then like birds like hey. Could you do one more job with us and fine sure so so cloud joins up with barrett again in this time teeth is gonna come along for the mission as well. They're going to blow up another reactor. They're all over the news. Avalanches cooking with gas said and so they figure all right. Now is the time where heating up. Let's let's let's go blow up another reactor. We've got some momentum right now were baking shin. Ra- mad this is good. We're doing the thing and so they're gonna go off on another mission and got a kid who can run the bar while has got this orleans gonna hold this shit down. She's got it. She knows how to make the dinah martini. She's good somewhere along the way i mean i feel like it's probably worth mentioning like some game play stuff because i actually do think that. There's some some degree of story. Ramification to it that mako can be distilled down into these little orbs called materia. Materia are like these magic rocks. That enable you if you equip them to your swords or like your wrist bands. Or whatever you can you could do. Weapons are the slots. And i'd like to. I'd like to think about it practically though it's like where did you put that on your hand. How did you do it. So you get like lightning materia and fire material and sometimes it's not even magic stuff said like sometime it's like here's the steel matera right view equipped this yellow rock will enable you to steal shit from people or cover or enemy see learn skills rock. Do you have a favorite material yet. steel because in in when i was running around the train graveyard forever and battling the time being able to steal potions in ethers in things helpful was very helpful since they weren't going to keep reappearing and i was not in a place where i could buy more at the time But there's also all which. I finally figured out how all works In that you have to pair it specifically a slot with another guy then that will be done to all of the enemies or all of the members of your party like resort if you put like cure in one material slot and if the materials lock connects to another material. Slight you put all there together. They will everybody wants yes. You want the materials good. You want that. So you're going on this mission and then this is what you were talking about before. Like sometimes there's timed element to this stuff so like earlier. Waken that first reactor once he steps out of there in twenty minutes or you're dead and hold you to it there's a little purple twenty minute countdown clock and it's ticking it's ticking through battles it sticking in the menu screen it's sticking everywhere you do anything it's still going you're trying to like do potions yet your health backup you're trying to fix your weapons accessories and stuff is still going it's going so you gotta you gotta run i think if you save the game and quit it would still go off. You're in danger. Cloud go yeah. Yeah so there's a few things like that and one of them happens here where jesse member of avalanche has has put on her like tattoo shop owner in the east village in the early two thousands hat and made a fake. Id i just revealed how i got my fake. Id living in city suburbs. I i don't know what that stock. Yeah remember the name. I'm not gonna say it out loud just in case i gotta show some loyalty to them. Thank you for hooking it up. A but jesse creates these fake. Id's for everybody. And when you're on these trains that travel all throughout mid guard that take you from sector to sector. They have like the security passes. They scan your id's and so like to get to like deeper higher privileged access points like this is the way that they're blocking off quote unquote lower class. Right like you. Scum can't come up to the upper crust and so they have little sensors these fake. Id's that are going to get them in deeper but some something went down fake. Id's don't work the train goes haywire. And you then have to run through the train and avoid enemy detection and like you have like ten seconds per train car Like getting in your way but it's like it's too short just have to keep running and i'm periodically checking a walkthrough just to make sure i'm not missing important stuff and i in the wasser. I think it was like before you go through. If you go over to this guy. You'll get this thing and you'll get a potion over here in an easter over here. It's like no i'm running. I gotta go. I'll get that stuff later somewhere else right now. Navigating is hard enough. I just gotta get out. Yeah i think this is the most a at least one of the most new york city things in final fantasy seven. Is you run to the train. You have a very tight window. And then there's like people in your way and like they don't really get have to push them out of your way by just running into them and eventually they're just like all right and then they move so. I always thought that that was hilarious. But i used to get so stressed out playing that part you have to jump off the train plan to blow up this next. Reactor is already starting poorly. You've been busted. Had to jump off the train. Now you got to walk right. You got to walk through the train tracks to get to where you're going And so like there's this whole big like sort of like underground area that you have to walk through and there's all these enemies that you gotta fight so equip your all your fire all your lightning all whatever it is. Got the buster sword. You've got barrett's gatling gun and then just a reemphasize. T has weapons. Just fish beats the shit out of it like yeah. I know martial arts some cool. It's an optional story that you've not mandatorily have to discover but if you choose to pursue it at some point you may learn about madonna's zandbergen who is her martial arts instructor areas like this orange dude with white hair that sort of looks like orange ron perlman and he taught and he has a cape think he taught her martial arts. But you don't have. That's not mandatory for the story. That's just like extra detail if you choose to pursue it. I think there's a point the story where you absolutely have to seize angan but you don't have to pursue the story so just beyond the lookout didn't have on my bingo card that i would say zandbergen. Five times on this opening podcast. But you're brawling your way through in the remake this is like a really huge series of levels is to get to this next part where you go to this next reactor pretty quick in the in the game like it's not that complicated of a dungeon. Yeah remake really makes a meal out of it. It's like probably like an hour and a half long experience baby too. And you get to this next reactor speaking of time stuff. There's this one part where like you have to open a door. And i think the only way we can open the doors. We all just hit this button at the same time. Yeah and so literally. The game is like all right. You now need to intuit that what needs to happen. Is you have to press x. On your controller whatever button on your controller at the exact right time so that you are slamming your fists down on like this gigantic button and sometimes to do it at the same time as them and i'm like no i understand understood trick trick this one takes like eight hours to figure out That was infuriated. You have to hook into the rhythm. There are so many ways in which the game is deeply dated. This is one of them is just so hard and so unnecessarily difficult. We must all bang on the table at the simultaneously simultaneously. Banged this button. So you mash that button. Go through you. Get to the reactor. The actors laid out exactly the same. I neglected to include the fact that in order to get into the reactor this time you slide down a slide and it's well that's fun that's really fun to do in the remake their included that here. Here's a slide you know like oh see slide down a slide and you put the bomb thing and it's all hunky dory right. There's no scorpion sentinel this time. There's no robot. Their cloud has like a little bit of a flashback. Right is like sort of like this. Ptsd type trigger. And you don't really know what it is. But he sees kifah. Scalia cowboy hat in like a flashback to another reactor or like another reactor issue looking place. You catch this. You remember this. I vaguely reminding you because he has. This flashback to fund like a cowboy hat. And there's like a man who appears to be deceased nearby and also like this giant sword that's nearby and she starts getting very upset and a and swears vengeance and talks about this guy named sarah. Yes who's that will find out. Stay tuned for just a little bit longer get there and so cloud is everyone's crowd you all right. Stop freaking out. We've got a job to do. You can't just like blackout in the middle of the things. He blacked out in the middle of thing and they go out there like oh no boss battle. Okay you know at this point zetter you think in like I smell shenanigans. Something's afoot and so you work your way up through the reactor i it right. La di da. This is gonna blow up in twenty minutes. But i don't have time or even this time can remote detonate. I can't get breezy cakewalk. A and then you get to the top of the reactor in there. He is president. Shimomura is fat idiot. Who's probably like in the in the size range. I would say he hits the five six threshold is like a stocky five six round around five round round howard rounder and eager in like you've got one little mustache that you can basically tell us there even though it's all polly gonnell imply. It's a suggested mustache. And he's got his little red suit and us sweet. So you guys heard you guys gonna blow up this reactor. That's that's fine. We're gonna like broadcast that it was you guys in like you're going to lose a ton of sympathy points that we're going to squash the rebellion. Because we're gonna make you all look like the turds who did this. How do you feel about that. And this is like when president is starting to flex for the first time. What were your impressions of this man as you as you met him said i mean it's like of course the corporation wants to blame the revolutionaries more the problems of society is like well. Yeah look at this thing that there. It's a property destruction. We wanna complain about destroying property because that will detract from the issue the actual issue right now. Why are people angry. Why are they destroying property. No that's not. That's not what we want to talk about. We want to talk about the fact that you smashed in the windows of a target. Yeah yeah and so. They've they smashed the windows of the mako reactor. Yeah but like present ono. Keep doing that. And also we're gonna let this one blow up to and we're gonna widely blame you in everyone's going to hate avalanche you guys suck and we're going to keep being awesome right. And so then he like to add insult to injury. Let me throw another robot thing you see if to fight airbus ter- yeah difficult battle in the remake. How did you handle the airbus. Giant floating robot guy in like your split across the screen were clouds on one side and teeth and barrett or on the other that one was okay actually and i played through it and then i went and looked at the walk through and it was like giving you all this strategy and i was like. I don't know i. I picked the right things. Yeah it went okay. It's a robot. Lightning's good yogurts don't like electric stuff and also if you're limit breaks activate and if you don't know it a limit break is it's like you'd take enough punishment after point in time that your limit break gauge fills up and when it's full to bursting you can execute like a rad move like cloud. Has this move where he like jumps in the air and he hits you with his sword. It's called braver or he can like slash twice cross last across last year he liked carves japanese characters in the air dangerous. It's great it's great. I'm trying to remember what barrett's are i know. He has one where like in like he can shoot. Somebody's magic off them. My own i think. Oh yeah i think i got one and then t for has like slots right like she has like a machine a slot machine that like if you get like hit hit hit in a row. She does something cool. But if you get yeah yeah yeah in a row she does something really cool. And if you get like miss then nothing not really. anything happens. So the mechanic there is a little sloppy but it is cool that as she gets more things you can do them all. You don't have one. Yes if you successfully as usual hit the button at the right time she will beat rush and then she will. Somersaults has she. Dolphin kicked for you yet or not yet. Not yet she's gonna dolphin kick someday and that's great tv. The best i left a. She's great she's super players in the remake because it's like it's sort of like action rpg so it's master and like you're moving around and stuff and she's the way that they they map out is really fun so you destroy this robot. President has gone. He's gonna let everything blow up things. Start blowing up. And then because cloud was on the other side of this robot that blows up on top of this very dangerously high bridge. I might add you really at the like. You're basically at the plate again. It bears repeating mid guards distract antic city. That has like a huge plate. That is separating the upper class from the lower class literally on the ground that see the sun all these these giant metal roof over their heads electric lights and electric lights. And that's it and so there's like this big explosion you're right. They're up in the plate and oh shit in cloud basically is about to fall and he was like we can't let them fall and then clouds. Now let me fall off the all right cloud the confidence. Can you imagine. Because he's pretty comedies. Like i'll be good. Bear lake mixture. Not going to be do that is like a very rare hundred. Footfall at least imminent. Yeah good should not be survivable. Yeah you shouldn't be able to make it through the cloud. Get out of here and barrett's like you know you. Maybe you're not so bad. After all cloud says something terse. I feel like maybe you ardeche sort of their relationship. And so he and tif aleve in cloud falls and you know things black out and quickly things like fade to white and like. There's there's some sort of like narration right like there's some sort of like conversation that happens where it's like. Hey can you get up and clouds like who are younes zone. Worry about that. What's going on here. There's some is this inside voice. Is this somebody else's there are ghost There seems to be somebody is speaking to clouds. Ed right we've any theories. I mean now that we're talking about it the only thought and we haven't talked about this yet but my thought based on what you just said is like. Is it possible that cloud is also an ancient like heiress. Yes since eras has these voices the voice of her mother. Mainly i believe who speaks to her and her mother was an ancient aren't so we don't know a ton about what ancient are other than that. They don't do this anymore. I'm kind of excuse but i. I am the voice of the people. Josh of it. This is great. Oh no is this good. Is this helping you with the story at all. Yes it's good. It's definitely cool so we don't. We don't know we don't know what's happening clouds having some sort of conversation. And then he wakes up and there. She is with a flower girl from before the one. He got the flour from it so she was like. Hey i remember you and cloud wakes up now. He's in the middle of a flower bed in the middle of church that he he dropped from hundreds of feet in the sky through a roof of a church and landed in a flower bed. And so now he's fine. Yeah and just to to spoil it for you said it's like there wasn't any additional chicanery. That occurred he just survived that fall. Yeah video game. Yep he's alive. He's fine he was in soldier. He's so strong. You know soldier first class. That's what they do. So this woman identifies herself as you mentioned. Her name is heiress aris gainsborough. But i have to tell you that. Her actual name based on original translation and the remake updated as well as ariff With a t h instead of the s but for me she has always been heiress for the sake of this podcast because you are playing the playstation era version of final fantasy seven and because so vastly prefers the name we too shall say heiress but just for the records need to say name officially is earth. You're right yeah it just sounds i mean. It sounds like a list. Which is it doesn't sound right. It's heiress eighty are s. That's what my screen says aris. So i'll stick with what your screen says. Then that'll be the excuse. I don't want to confuse us great. And so if you played the remake and she's like oh they keep talking about heiress. But i'm seeing heiress well. This is why it's a better name. It's just a transliteration. It's hard. I get it sushi's like hey you wanna like hang out with me. I just you know making some flowers a fun person. I've got a cool red coat. Sweet hair cool video game here. He's got like the two bangs the long brain and he looks cool and then speaking of look cool. Oh who's this stranger walks into. The church said some guy in like a like a like a suit the black sports coat a white button down in shock red hair as got like this like stick. And he's he's name is reno reno. And he is a member of the turks and so that not only is genera- the power company literally right like our company in terms of energy the power company in terms of global influence their power company in terms of having a military wing and in the form of shield there all the power come in the form of soldier. Yeah mixing universes they are. They are the power companies. Ed in the form of having like a mob own like rival gang on top of having a military street organization. They've got like the turks. The turks are like these too cool for school like agents who wear suits they would they dress sharp for the job and they do like the street level stuff and the somewhere in the mix between like mobsters and like detectives. I feel right and i know that that line can be blurry anyway. So that's kind of what the turks are yeah Into this one turk reno shows up. He's like hey. I'm i'm here for the flower. The flower grow. Errors is like hey cloud so you're a mercenary Can i hire you to be my bodyguard. And so this is big. Kevin costner whitney houston moment where she doesn't sing but cloud fights reno and then he's like all right. Let's get outta here and you have to like run through the church and ariza's like under attack from all of these shin regards like the. The shin regard designs that they wear these like blue helmets and blue suits notable but a pin in it will visit at some point in time and so ariza's under duress and clouds. Like all right. I know how to help you. I'm going to push barrels onto these people. I was so confused listeners. As well because we wait. Excuse me and much like in the incredible action movie. Next starring nicolas cage in which a bunch of logs are unleashed. Nicholas cage has to dodge them. Cloud runs around like the attic of the church pushing gigantic log like barrels onto the ground. To drop on the shin re troopers while aris dodges them and get to safety but you gotta do the right one at the right time because if you go into the wrong one cloud will just say something like. I wish i could push these barrels. Maybe i should push that. It's like all right. well then do it. I mean. I guess i'm glad action button. I'm glad that it doesn't let you push the wrong ones. And then you're just screwed because that would be deeply upsetting. It'd be tough. It'd be tough so that goes down and escapes with you and you get. And she's like well let me take it back to my house. So if i lived nearby and you go in like you know you're visiting all the places and like if you're stopping bhai into like certain neighborhoods in the neighborhood that you go to certain buildings. There's like one guy who's like on a blanket and he lives in like a pipe. There's all sorts of stuff. There's a huge tv in the middle. And then you go to heiresses. House heiress has a mansion. Right like aaron ayers. Two bedrooms heiress lives in like a five bedroom brownstone in the middle of mid gar like the one the only one arden evacuate hard. She has a sprawling garden. Seems to be like a waterfall. It's like how how did this happen. How did you how did you get this zet. I don't believe that there is ever any real explanation for this. So you just kind of have to accept it as canon heiress and her mother generational wealth generational gil. That's where it comes from. So they they have like the one plum spot in in all of mid guard. So you go home. Here's introduces glad to to her. Mom just like. Oh i'm gonna help cloud go back to sector seven because we're just a sector away and i know how to lead the way to get to sector seven in introduced cloud back to his friends and arrison. I was like all right cool. Glad i talked to you just record second and so errors runs upstairs. Because she's excited and cloud talks ariza's mom and ariza's listen. You gotta you gotta leave. You can spend the night. And i want you out my door into any of this. She has like a very thick brooklyn act. There's no voice acting and you have to slowly walk out of you have to slow. Sneak out of the house right and like you walk too fast. The floorboards creak and errors show. Hey what are you doing silly. Wanna leave without her. So i went into her room and was like hey going to leave and then the game makes you. Because that's not what you're saying. No no the game wants you to the game. Wants to go and leave and heiress does not get to come with you accept that you leave the house. You escape the house eventually. And then you start making your way back to sector seven and somehow some way heiress was so fast that she circled out in front of you and just like trying to leave without me. Oh come on in clouds like the kind of promise from our right finally. I didn't really want to leave it you so now i what i said. I would do andrew here because this weirdo cloud. Who doesn't seem to like anybody bears repeating. He's like cold. He's he's he himself as a bit of a too cool for school thing. Maybe some like. He's dealing with some issues of things that's happened to him in the past. It's mysterious at this point. We don't really know but he doesn't seem to like get along. well is not an extrovert. No he's he's got. He's got a hard time socializing with people in the exact opposite right like she's like she's funny. She's got a lot to say she wants to dry out. The best in people people seem to really like her. It doesn't seem like it's a coincidence that this desolate pleased gets no sunlight. Errors is able to grow flowers and a garden and stuff. Whether that's generational gill or something else you know. We don't really know a show. She goes to cross through this sort of like this side street. That has a lot of different like construction site stuff in all these different battles have to define including did you encounter. The hell house said. Yeah more than once. I think the hell house is a gigantic sentient house. That bizarre. it's it's like a house with arms and legs and it hasn't moved called like suicide drop or something. Yeah yeah it's really weird doesn't really make much sense why that thing exists And you have to fight a bunch of them in random encounters in this one specific area of the game and the final fantasy seven remake turned the hell house into like a really difficult boss battle and they really leaned into. They're like we have this very strange character design from the original game. Why don't we just blow that out and like have you get into a huge arena match against a hell house so that happens. You fight a few hell houses. Whatever you're fighting on your way to get back to sector seven to reunite with avalanche to reunite with stephen in basically show backups fell thousand feet. But i'm fine. You don't have to worry. I'm okay and you stop in this playground. And you're sitting on like this little cat like playground thing. Believe that it's modeled after the mughal is very important in final fantasy nine. Yes i do. You want to explain what the miracles are. Mu goes our little creature little pink creatures that are kind white sometimes yellow. Sometimes they have a little red ball sticking out of the top of their head they deliver mail. They are a safe points in this dr. A breast twice in final fantasy nine Very integral to the game and in final fantasy. Ten the bit of it that i played I don't remember the character same anymore already. But the like spell caster woman her original companion hulu weapon. He was like a toy. Mougel casts black magic with yes Movie moguls are even more of a final fantasy hallmark than biggs and wedge. There these like little bears with wings like little magic. They say they say a lot of words. In some of the games specifically f nine the moguls really get a lot of traction. I think f f nine is the mvp game for the rules. Follow probably by final fantasy six and then followed probably by this one but there's like this gigantic like slide. That's fashioned like mughal head. And you'll see more not terribly long from now. Probably not by the next podcast though. So you you. You're on this slide and clouds stock into areas areas. Like oh i had a boyfriend in soldier once and clouds like. Oh yeah soldier and he has some sort of weird flash right. He has like some moment whereas like. I don't know where it's going on keeps happening to cloud what's going on is not well. He's unwell cloud on will and so this is where they're about to say goodbye but then the doors between sectors opened up and on this wagon. That's being pulled by a choke abo- which is another animal. That is very prolific in the final fantasy games. Basically their version of a horse but it's a gigantic chicken that you ride. Yep and you're going to have to get into the choke abo- stuff at some point. And i wish you well. That may go to hang up. We'll have to see you're gonna have to deal with that. At some point. Instead of a horse and carriage ciocca bowen carriage man on the back of the carriage lo and behold is not what steve for doing here. It's a teeth is on a carriage and clouds like wait. That's my friend. And she's she's on her way she's out of sector seven classic we've been ours is like oh well we find out. I'm not leaving that quickly. That's your friend. I want to know more. Yes seems like an interesting compelling story so you follow the carriage to like the like sort of like the like the really intense vibrant section of mid guard known as wall market confused with walmart. No the wall market just sort of like a like a night like a night market in chinatown or new orleans has something kind of like that. Yeah the hottest neighborhood in mid guard. He's walmart it's got everything it's got a diner with martinis. It's got a gym with crunches and squats. It's got a weapons store. That sells batteries. It's got don cornelio. The pimp king of walmart wall market got the honeybee in. Did you explore the honeybee in which is like the brothel. No so i know. I i messed this up. I know there's a whole sequence of events you can do where you like. You get one thing for one person and then you give that thing to somebody else in the knee give you something in they give you something like deals. You can do in walmart while you're looking for teeth. It's like here's a bunch of shit you can do in this really crazy place. That's very elaborate both in the original and the new game. Yeah i got confused. And it's very sprawling. It's hard to know what to do. All of this but you can go to the brothel and at one point and one of the rooms of the brothel is one of the three feet characters named palmer who is the head of the space program. Oh yeah and he's just like Doing all kinds of suggested ungodly business in the brothel. of course does does does not feel great Sort of like the the rudy giuliani of mid gar. And i think okay with having skipped that. Yeah i think you're okay having missed it as well. Don't worry there's some stuff coming up with palmer that i think you will laugh about not in this podcast necessarily but spoiler alert you may have to fight palmer at one point and the way that fight ends is but they're really really great So look forward to that very very fun. 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So you're going through walmart and you find out that there's this dude don cornelio. Who's the pimp king of the wall mark. He's got a mohawk and he's got like the he's he's terrible he's got like the big red cape and he's he. He has new brides brought to him every night. Sucrose it's really gross. It's really seedy. He has all these women who are brought to him and he chooses a different woman every single night and so has very clearly taken it upon herself to like infiltrate don cornell because he's connected to all the cd underground stuff in avalanches caught a hot tip that something's going down something big so teeth is under and she wants to get close to dime cornell to find out but cloud and errors. Don't know this yet. All they know is that she's in contention to be his bride of the night and he always picks three and well there's tepa and could get in and cloud. We could probably just dress up like a woman in the three of us could go in infiltrate down cornell together so the next portion of this game is about finding the right dress in hair stylist and makeup regimen for cloud as you're trying to get cloud to be picked by don cornelio to potentially be his bride for the night said. What did you make of everything surrounding this portion of the story. So i texted you very early on in my playing process Yes and this ended up on twitter also might my feeling is that no one named cloud is a gender cloud is like the most is like such a textbook. Non binary name Nonbinary people are known to have like weird. Nouns is friend named socks. I have a friend named slats So cloud in my playing of this game is definitely a non binary person royalty get over a lot of toxic masculinity that has been forced upon them an perhaps trying to perform up to that expectation enjoining soldier And then we get to this mission games. And i tested josh but excuse me now i have to find a dress for this person. Who's supposed to be a man. I don't think so. Yes yes yeah so. I'm all about it. I think it's great. I love this part of the game very much. Yeah so the The big questions was like how. How is this going to train. Is this going to translate well to the remake. Like how are they going to do this. like what. what are they good. How are they going to play this out in the remake. I i've already told you a little bit off. Line look like how they handle it. I don't wanna. I don't wanna ruin it for anyone. Who hasn't played the remake in case they're interested because the rates really great. And if you if you are like next gen gaming and you haven't played of seven remake yet. I recommend you do in the way that they play. All of this is really really really wonderfully done. I thought it was spectacular. But it's definitely like a very memorable portion of this game is like get cloud address and so you do and you can go to the honeybee and you can get some special lingerie and you can go to like this poor guy in a coffee shop in like he'll give you something else or whatever you could do all sorts of fetch quests and you can get it to the point. That cloud is so souped up. That don cornelio takes one look goes. Oh yeah and fix cloud. It was like. Yeah that's the one that's my bride for the night otherwise hitting he kinda just picks heiress. I think i don't know either. Pick steeper heiress. Yeah i think based on the walkthrough depending on what you get. He'll pick different people and obviously fundamentally it won't matter because you'll end up in the same place anyway But you also. So i did the dress i was like okay. Fine ready to go and it's like oh no you have to get a wig on. 'cause you're weird. Spiky hair is clear. Not gonna worry male hair. I guess yes And you have to do a squat. Competition can the gym. In order to get a wig from. I guess some other guy who does drag maybe yes yeah fears to be if you end depending on how well you do in the competition that determines how good the quality of the wig that you get will be. I don't know if this character has a name in the Version you're playing. In the remake jewels you have to do squats against jewels and jewels as like a campaigns and i i don't remember what jill's pronouns are but i think that they present jewels as a woman in the game. And then there's there's a different character who i at least perceived as not binary named andrea. Who's going to be the one who tells cloud like gender construct. None of this matters. And i really want you to play remake specifically for that stuff. It's just it's really well. Done i dig. It's really really great. Infiltrate dime not land areas like hit it off immediately like cloud that guy right like actually have like a feeling on the matter at some point in time guy. He's not making fun of me. And so you have to like fight dime cornell like you fight through to get to dine corneal no matter who gets picked and don cornell like this disgusting pig of a man is on on his his his like california king and he's like trying to like mac to whoever he's chosen and then thrusting animation a lot of thrusting animation. That happens all in the hips. And it's really weird and then everyone comes in and like reveal themselves. Yeah we're we're here to get some intel out of you and he's like i'm not gonna tell you anything like well if you don't and then they make all sorts of threats about what they're going to do to his genitals heavily implied of like wall punch them and then like there's all these heavy threats that always ended like all smash him and he's like. Oh it's no good. I don't want you to do this. So these cowering in the corner. And he finally gives up the intel. That if you thought shinri was bad before said get a load of this. Not only did they let that second reactor blow up so that they could pin it on avalanche. They're gonna do one better. They're going to drop an entire segment of the upper plate onto sector seven and blame it on avalanche. They're going to say this was another avalanche terrorist attack and they believed that this is going to be the nail in the coffin that proves it. This is an extremist group that is at war with mid garden is at war with conventional society and everyone will fall in line with shinohara and unra is so ruthless that they are willing to wipe out an entire sector of mid gar as well as presumably. The people who live on that plate are all dead to is their plan. Yeah that's what they've got in mind and so cloud and tv airs or like well shit that can't happen we gotta stop that and so they're about to leave and then done corny but before you go just fall into this dungeon and so he has like this secret trap door in his bedroom. That takes you into a sewer. You have to fight like some sewer monsters after to go through the sewers and fight some other things then you get to the to the train. Graveyard as you've mentioned said that that's pretty close to sector seven that you spent long time a lot of time in the train gravier because you have to like go around like hopping all these like train. Husks moving them and like getting them position. Now idea it was definitely a spot where i had to look i was like i don't know what i'm supposed to be doing and i can't just like walk out. There's no exit. Where am i supposed to go. So i had to use the through for a little help with yeah. I don't know how you do that without walk through a lot of this game. I don't know how you do that. You have to go into the train and then the train will start moving but other ones you just have to walk through them that other ones you have to walk on top of them like it's not a door. Yeah these you know at the time. These were like absolute next level graphics and now like the pre rendered backgrounds and stuff and it's hard to hop back to that like some of literally because of a heart of site. I'm having a hard time seeing the details. Sometimes you enter a screen. And it's like so zoomed out. That i can't even tell where you buy. Yes and i'll leave the screen and have to come back because it's reloaded the place that i was before do use like all the arrows and stuff. I've turned that on free. Because it's been really helpful for figuring out where doors and things that i would not necessarily perceive as exits as doors. There's you hit select on your controller in puts like literally like mickey mouse glove on top of your car. This is you yeah put like little red arrows on like things that like are your doors and exits and stuff. So if you're getting a loss that's a way to do it you go through the train graveyard. Which is a huge to in the remake. It's know to do here. But like not by design just like kind of a design. The meal out of it in the remake. And you get through and you get to the where the pillar is that holds up the plate for sector seven and it's going down chivalrous ear and they're gonna drop the plate and it's not good guy wedge falls off the pillar and lands and one of cloud is like we're under attack and doesn't look good for wedge no and so we gotta go up there because barrett's biting. We gotta help him. And but what about marlene. She's running the bar baby. Marlene the baby bartender. And there's a baby running a barham frazier. I could figure out. Who is the bartender. All i'll take care of that. I could probably put together which one you're talking about. That's enough of a description for me. He's a harris. Goes off to save the baby bartender. While while cloud and t fight their way up big been shot. he's not looking good. They find jesse jesse's been shot as well. She's not looking great. You have opportunities said to talk to these people along the way in like you got like decisions to make of how you want to respond to them and you can either choose that. Like cloud is developing empathy or that cloud is still just like a total zero. Where did you go with with cloud as far as these conversations with biggs and jesse as a deeply empathetic person myself I definitely went for the more empathetic options. Because i know. Jesse says like. I'm glad i got to see you one more time or something. Yeah yeah i was like. Oh that's soon. I is bad odd. Totally metoo definitely thinking about tv or aris definitely thinking about you and so that they have to keep going up this up this sprawling staircase they get to the top barrett's there. He's shooting around. You have to fight. The turks or at least one of the turks reno is there remember reno. He's back turkey's got the red hair and he's got like electric powered stick is like i'm gonna push the button and push this button this place going down and don't be mad at me. I'm just following orders class. Just it's a job. I didn't do anything wrong. I'm pushing a button because the job tells me to do it i can. I can emotionally detach myself from the job. Because it's just a paycheck. The fight reno in was that hard one. He has like an electric pyramid. He puts on you have to fight the lecture pyramid otherwise. That's kind of annoying drives. Aww you're hip point. He he casts that on your characters and then you have to attack your own party in order to break it up so that they can continue to fight is you. Don't have that character is playable for awhile friendly fire so he beat them but even though you beat them he's still like pushes the button and so like the destruction of plate is imminent and then the leader of the turks guy named sang shows up on a helicopter as like. Hey by the way we've got we've got. Your friend heiress an ariza's on the helicopter. So they've kidnapped her and she tries to like at least like comfort. You don't worry. I got the baby bartender. Add if there he's fine. I did that. At least i did get caught. And so they fly off and you're kind of left to wonder like why did the turks keep what did they want with areas. Just the flower grow in all of this in the middle of all this. What's going on so they fire off and like you don't really have a lot of time to process that said because you're like well shit i gotta get outta here before the plate drops and so speaking of wires barrett's like hey look there's a wire over there i will grab it with my one hand and then for you latch onto one arm and and and cloud you get on my shoulders and the three of us will swing away from the falling plate on a wire that i am one handedly holding while the two of you are holding onto delicate parts of my body with tremendous velocity and momentum and kinetic energy on our way out of this exploding sector. Listen i didn't go to school for physics. They could cut in that. Like if not for the fact that the stakes are very real and the way that it's like cinema at least for me. I mean obviously i'm materializing. I don't know what your experience was with this. But i can tell you. What formative we as a kid. I'm like a seventh grader. Playing this game said and like the bad guys. False flag droppin. They're dropping the plate on their own people and like the way that they play it like. Yeah it's goofy to watch like barrett and cloud and teeth do like a human pyramid wired trick to get out of there but it's a video game but the way that they render the death and destruction like there's like a shot of like some somebody like in their house watching news coverage on tv as you see. The plate is descending out their window and clearly. It's going to hit them. And when the plate finally lands the dichotomy is so apparent because like the camera pans up to this gigantic shinwa headquarters building which is at the epicenter of mid gar. The gigantic tower. That's defy the defining feature of mid garside from the plate. That wake you can even get to the top level of the plate and there would still be higher to go and you go to the very tippy top floor. And there's president shinohara all but swirling wind glass literally listening to opera as he watches the carnage ensue. And probably is looking at it. Bring like a job well done. Yeah it's the same kind of like this in far cry three. The and i won't spoil that game but there's a bad guy where something like this is going down and like flight of the valkyries. The is like being played on his radio at the same time and it feels very much like that. Yeah it's supremely messed up like really really intense really messed up and you get like once you get control of your characters. Back you're back. That playground with google slide and barrett is losing his mind. He's just like shooting his gatling gun at the wall. 'cause he's he thinks biggs is dead. Jesse is dead wedges dead. And he's right they're gone. Yeah everybody that they know is gone and he he thinks marlene has gone as well and then classic the baby bartender. She's okay. i'm pretty sure she's all right. Yeah our friend. Eras from the helicopter said that she signed so that must be correct so they go back to errors is house in they and they see that marlene's okay. She's she's now living with ariza's mom and ariza's mom is like all right cloud i told the guy. Did i tell you not to get her to get her involved. I knew it was coming. Wife decided to do charlie voice for. We've rep forget the name of ariza's moms elmira or something. Yeah a grandma jolly airs his mother and she says i gotta tell you something. I may as well at this point. Let you know that heiress not aris in the in the for the sake of the the. Us translation for the nine hundred ninety seven released fancy seven. It's heiress is a member of this secret. Ancient race of people literally called the ancients Who are like these magic dwelling mile. You know sacred people who have this very holy connection to the planet and they are all but extinct. They're all gone save for one. There may be one still left. S who is the flower go and so like they show you. This flashback of heiresses. Mom her her birth mother who who died on the train tracks and heiresses mother like saved her and saved heiress and then raised heiress in ariza's like a kid used to be like. Oh i've got all these weird things to tell you like there's this war that's playing out in the background. Between and far off nation called wu tie and that sort of background detail that you can explore a little deeper in the game but it's not to use the dan limbo term mandatory. But you can get there. And that may or may not have something to do with this optional character who i will advise you on coming up for the next podcast and ariza's mother's husband was fighting in that war and errors like a kid at don't worry like he's returned to the planet and the next day she gets the telegram that her husband has died. So that's how she knows like okay without a shadow of doubt sort of like the way. The julianne moore really believes in nicholas. Cage is next powers in next heiresses. Mother has no doubt that heiress has this communion the sacred communion with the planet with spirits and stuff and so shinwa has had their ion air for a long time in the turks even saying seems to have tried to have some sort of chill relationship with doing errors. Such wanna come with us. And here's was like no. I don't trust you guys and things like all right. Well i guess. I'll for whatever reason we as an organization who are these bloodthirsty sons bitches will let you live your life for a while and then we'll swoop in and kidnap you logistically. I don't know that that ever really tracked for me. But they waited a long time and so now that you find out all this information cloud who is starting to come out of his shell. A little bit is like well okay. I know typically you all know me as the guy who doesn't like anyone and i'm like the bad friend in the group. It's always about me and get my gil whereas my gil at but they got harris. And i gotta go get her. I'm going to go and so like. Oh she's my friend now to we made fun of you at donc renews mansion. So like we're tight. I'm not. I'm not letting anything bad happen. Her embarrassed like oh well. She saved my bartending baby daughter. I got at least go and thank her right. And also we should probably get some revenge for biggs and wedge jesse and everybody who was literally crushed in sector seven. You never get to go back. There said sends destroyed. It's gone everything is wiped out. It's gone and so you go back to wall market literally have to buy some batteries and you have to climb a wire a shiny wire. Pope is what barrett says. And you climb this wire climbed past all the plates you get to the surface you plug all these batteries into get higher and you get to shimmer headquarters the gigantic schindler. Hq in the sky and you have to approaches that you. can you have to infiltrate shin. There's one of two ways that you can do it. You can either go in gun. Hand blazing and fight your way up to the top or you can climb sixty flights of stairs and the game will make you do that. You'll have time sixty flights of stairs will probably take you four to five minutes to do. Yeah yes it will and yes. I did another spot where i texted you in the process i was like i did not realize they literally meant you would personally actually physically have to. Yes every single flames every single step you got to do the whole thing and the dia art high potion in the middle nothing yeah and like throughout like you wake you see like barron t like heaving and heavy breathing on their way up bears threatening to go back down. Barrett's i can't do this. I can't do this anymore. And you're like barrett it. We are too far to turn back. It will require more effort to go back out into continue forward. I've been holding down this x. Key and push by directional pad. We're going down now. You're in the building and this is where most of the rest of what you have played takes place. It's like you have to infiltrate shipbuilding you have to do a bunch of tasks and puzzles that you gotta do you to hang out with the mayor and solve his library puzzle. The most important thing you can yada yada through that there's a lot of like little like fetch quests type stuff little detail oriented stuff that the game makes you do in terms of gameplay but the story point is that you get to the level where all the higher ups hold their board meetings. And there's a bathroom nearby where it's very drafty. And if you go into the drafty stall you notice that there is a vent that go in so you don't get caught venting the cloud barron era mtpa go full imposter. They vent from the bathroom to like the top of the corporate board room meeting and listening on they're talking about all sorts of stuff and a bunch of characters that you're meeting here for the first time said you remember any of the people from the the shinwa inner circle or is it still too early for you to attach names and faces to the polymers. they're right palmer's there. he's sort of this. Danny devito type Who literally runs the space program. Which is kind of like a an underfunded nonsense. Division of shinri just gets money and power and like occasionally every once in a while they entertain a couple of his space endeavors but shimmer does not seem to care too much about the space race. There's that guy that you talk to you and fight later whose name. I can't remember. Put a pin in him. Because he's he's he's important their scarlet. Who is the one who like as she leaves the board meaning like looks up at the ventricles. Smells like poop here. Something like that bad smells bad. I think she's the head of weapons development than there's heidegger who is another three right round Who has like a huge huge. Huge beard has a green military suit. He's in charge of the military and he laughs a the game implies of really annoying laugh because britain out. Gal ha so they write that out. And there's this guy named reeve strapping lad. Riven this royal blue suit sky like a thin beard and cool hairy was like a nice guy. He's in charge of urban development. And he's like. I don't feel good about what we've done here. He's the author of the mid guard times op-ed. I'm the adult in the room. Yeah at the anonymous. A some of us inside are concerned. So don't worry. I'm very concerned about what's happening here at shinora. So those are those are really the characters in this president. Joe is the guy guy. he's ex- he's got glasses. Got lab coat. He's a science dude. He's like very into his science projects and his science projects aren't like cool. Science science projects are like. Let me do deeply unethical experiments on people and animals right and so you follow. Ho-jo back to hojo's lab after the meeting specimen around because it seems like he's the one who got heiress and so you go to the specimen room and on your way to the specimen room cloud sees this thing in the corner like a refrigerator a refrigerator. There appears to be a severed alien. Had some sort of like weird like crank from the ninja turtles. Assign a name to this thing. At this point in time it starts with a j. Okay so they do genova. Yeah jehovah's witness. So here's here's jehovah is crazy alien head in this little refrigerator in the corner and everyone's like whoa cloud. Why are you freaking out about that. He starts like having some real panic like oh. Some bad stuff's going down but there's no time to panic about that like let's put a pin in that. That's a future problem right now. Hojo's doing bad science on dog so there is this just like the science is doing bad science to that dog. There is a the introduction of our latest and final playable character of this portion of the of the adventures. Ed yeah the namesake for your final fantasy seven named red thirteen. Yes who is talking. Little red tiger lion dog like guy with a fiery tale and a scar on his face. And it's talks a lot more than certainly barrett's like well it talks speaks. Yeah he's like yeah. We can talk about that later right now. We gotta fight yes. Read thirteen straight to biz red thirteenth. Like dude i get it. I misjudged all the time people have a lot of confusion. About what am i. What am i all about. Not right now. We don't have not now. We can have a conversation about that later if you'd like so red thirteen for now i'm just going to hang out with you guys and i also dislike. They've turned me into some sort of research experiment and i would. I would very much like to be done with that and so red. Thirteen joins the party Do you like read thirteen. Do i've kept read thirteen in my party as much as possible. Read thirteen is is good. Read thirteen good peeps. So we'll we'll have a lot more on red thirteen in the not terribly distant future so red thirteen joins the party. Heiress joins up again. And everything's all right. Well let's we saved aris. Let's get out of here. It's going as you do when you're invading when you're in the middle of literal corporate corporate espionage and middle of a secret operation. Just take the elevator and get out of there. Yeah well on the way up to like once you've gotten into the building and climbed your sixty flights of stairs. Then you acquire these various passes for the the escalators doors or whatever But but you can fundamentally just like walk around and you can talk to the people and they're like You must be new here and there's not a lot of like what is this person. The security seems a bit lax. But you get on this one elevator. And then there's another member of the turks haven't met this one yet. His name's rude very rude dude. Yeah bald sunglasses. Kind of looks like the war. Dog And he's like going up. Could you push up for me. It's like all. I think he's not asking. Yeah pretty sure he's telling me so he takes you to president and president. What you think you're going to do you're going to look at using a walk in walk out and it's like well actually literally what was done we did. We did most of that. You know we basically did do that. It's like we're just gonna take the elevator out. They're going to be no consequences. There are gonna kinda but no you like it. Gives them a speech. What does he. What does he tell these people. Because i know that this this disconnected with you. The the president shinri speech right So this is where he's discussing. Yes we've destroyed the plate inside. We've destroyed sector seven entirely Originally that was with the plan to rebuild it. But no we're just gonna leave it destroyed because it's too expensive by. Why would we bother russian. Blame it on antifa von. Yeah what's the point. You guys everyone thinks you did it. We have scored the moral victory. The money and resources could be used elsewhere. I e mma pockets so why why even rebuild embarrassing. Oh oh so yeah. What's to be gained from building housing. That doesn't make me money. Nothing as it pertains. Yeah nothing for presidential. He doesn't care meanwhile rivas like but can we. And he's like shut up then we've rights his op it. Yeah so presentation was like all right. Well i guess. I'll just throw y'all in jail so you go to prison you go to like these holding cells. Get to have some chats with everybody. Everybody's thinking about a different thing. I don't remember you get to talk to read thirteen. I think he's a little too new for you to have like a convoy with red thirteen at this point. Barrett's like marlene and cloud. You all right sometimes. I feel like there might be something off with you. And it's possible that i'm a bit of an authority on all things. Cloud strife continued considering. We're friends his kids. And we're don and ariza's like yeah. I've been special. My whole life is just like flexing. She's like waxing poetic about this and everyone's just kind of thinking about it and what we're in jail does getting out of here is going to be tough. Maybe let's just sleep it off. Come up with a plan in the morning. Said they don't have to do that. The plan comes to them by the plan. I mean a man. Vi- violent men who has come to schiller. Hq at some point during all of this and cloud wakes up and the door to his cell is open and there's blood everywhere everywhere everywhere. Blood on the floor cells are open. People are dead they all get out. They're like okay. I guess we follow the blood trail. Yep instead of being like hippy. What's actually take the leaving elevator or blood trail and everyone in unison is blood trail so they follow the blood trail in the blood trail. Leads to what you get upstairs you go back up to the two hojo's lab The elevator up to president. Rose you know executive office suite floor and you find a dead president shin raw with this important sword in his back is if cloud strife sword is comically thick this is like a comically long sword. Which you'll see more in like cut scenes and stuff but this sword is like eight feet. I have the action figure for this character. Of course. Of course. I do and the sword is longer than the characters makes posing him very difficult. So there's this giant sword that has been skewered into president shivnarine on one hand. It's like nice okay. So traveling and on the other hand but who did that and palmer's like hiding in the corner and they're like oh that guy the danny devito's yours and space danny and so they go space to any here and they grow for a minute like it was cephalopod roth and then clouds earth. It's a name that means a lot pretty clearly to cloud right. And how much about separate do you know at this point in the story not a lot i feel like unless i missed something which is certainly possible but i feel like the name keeps coming up then. Clearly there's a history and it's important to cloud. But i don't feel like i've i know a whole lot about who suffer off as i think what you what you should glean. I imagine that that you've gleaned it is like there is now kind of like this wildcard factor like this thing that was like a resistance versus evil empire has an additional element in it. That is now arriving in the form of this. This sort of like this baba boogeyman. There's the secret monster under the bed. Set roth is the name. And he's killed a lot of people here in general and it's like his signature sword or it's a sword that only he can use thing. It's very like king arthur. Like we can't even take out of his body because it has special powers they don't really go too deep into it but that's effectively it i think is like it's just sort of his signature thing and it's a bit of continuity where like they find. President shimmer with gordon is back or all the next time. He's just going to have this oregon. Don't worry about that. Just kind of forget that he left it there weird move. Maybe he just kind of went back and said oh shit got that went back and picked it up but presidential is dead. So you're like okay. Well we should probably leave your but then a helicopter shows up and there. He is the new the new man in charge rufus rufus. Who was the vice. President of shimura is the strawberry blonde son of the now late. Not so great. President shi'a rufus has has been informed of his father's death this was succession than logan. Roy is dead. Kendall is stepping up. And here he is. He's it turns out at least as if not maybe worse is kind of like the young charismatic. Like my dad was an idiot. My dad didn't go far enough. I think the. I think the dialog that i sent you the picture of was something to be effective like my dad ruled with money. But i'm going to rule with fear. Yeah it's like okay. Great dad was on the something when he dropped a plate on people. Like you should have taken it further. Yeah oh god. I thought he looked really cool as a kid. I told you the other day as got. I tried to style myself for my bar mitzvah based on rufus. Genera- it didn't. It doesn't look the same deeply troubling that pictures out there. I'll send it to you. L. said it to you. That picture has made the rounds. I was like oh. He's got the white the white suit and the black shirt. that's cool. Look i and so. I got like this like very beige suit. And like a black t. Shirt like my horrible mushroom gets it. I look exactly like him. So cool spitting image of child always. He's like an evil babe so you so clouds like all right everyone leave. I'm gonna kick the shit out of this guy sucks. And i feel like i should probably fight him and you all should get here and so everyone leaves cloud fights and his dog a dog to dog. If you're gonna make me do that. I'll i'll do it. You have to fight rufus and his dog and then heiress and barrett and their dog. Red thirteen have to fight some robots and this is another one of back to back fights right said we don't get a save point lead and you have to do the whole cut scene beforehand. I also suggests. Because the second time i went to do it i tried to save like after they separate. After you've done. The cut scene in cloud is like okay. We're gonna divide up And you organize your party I tried to go back into the room to safe. Point and i was like. I don't wanna watch the cut scene for other time. If i again. I would like to move forward. Any won't let you do that But fortunately i knew to like the second time that i did it to rearrange all the materia and Because if you don't have gic on the elevator you're rude because it's a long range fat so you can't you can't brawl through it not super useful to you if there is with magic. Yeah yeah and it's the only one late in kind of like a bear would just be able to fight anyway. Because he's got the gun hair but he's the only one magic's he got equipped with magic fight. The robots cloud beats up rufus cloud escapes. Shinners got everybody surrounded so pretty clearly. The only way we're going to get out of this thing is a car car chase of course as do. Yeah you gotta play. Mario kart in your final fantasy settings so you have to escape from mid garvey of mid. Dario cart is what occurs clouds on a motorcycle in everybody else's on a pickup truck. And like you have to play this mini game to escape mid gar where all these shinwar troopers are on their bicycles and you have to hit them with your buster sword. Protect your friends and there's very very very cool music that's playing The music all the way through is really tremendous. I love the music all the way through at the great. The bike music is really dope. And you have to do that. And you have to fight a boss afterwards and i. I always dreaded playing this part. Like anytime i would replay five fancy seven because i i've played this game like every two years for my entire life. Since the game i came out as love this game very much. I always get very nervous when the motorcycle stuff happens because they don't have the dexterity to do it wells ed. Yeah me neither i was. I made it through in one shot and shocked. I was like there's no way there's no way little weird. The kind of antiquated. Yeah you have to time it right that like if you hit the square button on the left then you swing to the left. You have to hit the circle swing to the right. It's kind of hard. And i always get like. I don't even know if it's possible. But i used to get anxious like am i hurting my friends mike hitting them a little bit rate. That was scary to me. So you complete the bike chase you fight another robot monster thing and then like you're all standing on the edge of this incomplete highway ramp this road to nowhere. Ed a nice stark visual metaphor for the way that shin built out mid gar. And you're all standing there at the edge of the highway being like what's out there. What is the world like beyond this place now. We know that lake shin ras is is doing bad stuff. And we've done the most of our fight that we can do here in mid gar and also who's this separate guy cloud and cloud new. He'd come back some. I've been waiting. And now that i know he's here. I i know that i've never seemed to give a shit about anything all the way through. But i really hate this separate guy. And i'll tell you why but you gotta come with me and fight them and so i guess it kind of feels like the momentum for the game is to go with you and do this Comes up with a reason why they were gonna leave. Electives like Back out into the world. And like i've never seen the world and read thirteen's like i'm a dog and so everyone's going to go and that's effectively where you've left. That's where matt. yeah. I've sent barrett and tika antifa. Yes it's two hours and anthony antifa great alternate name for avalanche. Because you can only have three people in your party. So i sent barrett and tif Back i guess. And i have aris and read thirteen with me and my party and you use a cell phone service to call them if you want them in your party. I don't know if you've got that yet. No i literally. I got to the point where they kick you out in your in area near mid gar or whatever it's called and i saved there and i have waited until we were able to talk about it before i can see you so obviously the game has just opened up in a fairly big wake you now on a world map like not in the urban sprawl of mid gar anymore. Shinjiro remains a very very big concern. But they're also may be this additional thing to be worried about and and cloud has some explaining to do and i this. This is roughly where the remake and remake may or may not do a couple of things a little bit differently from the way the whole mid guard chapter plays out in the original. But it's roughly at this point that the remake ends. But i would say that you're probably like maybe ten percent not even ten percent of the way through the game the story at this point so the whole big world. That's out there waiting for you and me time. I want well if you're on the map. Yes if you're on the madel yes you go if you go into towns and locations and stuff like that you still gotta find like these little question mark safe points and those will be those will be the things said before we wrap up. I've got some feedback for you from from people who i said we were gonna do the f. of seven podcast. So this comes from condor twenty four knowing that you played final fantasy nine before you played f f segment condor twenty four says what he thinks the change of pace from f nines medieval fantasy setting to the more steam punk setting at least through mid car. And i would just make that even broader how is like sort of like this like steam punk field urban sprawl like just sort of like the like the like sort of like the tone and the time of the of the setting the world in which this game is inhabiting. Is that resonating with you yet. Like is that is that popping for you in any way. That's interesting I don't know if final fantasy nine was my friend's favourite game because he is also. It's somebody i know from the renaissance fair. So i don't know if i used to be in that circuit. Yeah yeah performed at the new york fair for several summers So i don't know if that has to do with part of why f f nine is his favourite game F f seven like the world of it is certainly more directly relevant. I think to our world's excuse me to our world now and like the class distinctions of it steam. Punk at this point in time i feel like has become a little bit like overplayed but obviously that was not necessarily the case in nineteen ninety seven But it's fun for me. I'm not worn out on the steam punk idea way that i think some people are this is from alhambra. Who says can you predict where the plot is going. Do you have any ideas that you have any instinct for. This story is going. I hope it involves the downfall of sh- inra but it sounds like we're also moving in this direction of revenge against Something to that degree As we talked about a little earlier. I now think it's possible that The cloud is also in ancient. That feels like the kind of like a character revealed in final fantasy. Nine that i feel like would be of a similar level to finding out way into the game. That cloud is also in ancient. So that's i think. I'll keep an eye out for hints of that as i move forward. That a question from ralphie's said the question that i always asked my friends. We're playing for the first time is are you confused about what's going on with cloud. No not particularly. I mean i. I'm confused about the references to suffer. Because i don't think we know a lot about him like clouds been through some stuff and he's trying to process it and i think we all get that. Yeah i think you read on him as great by the way. And i think it's it's going to hold. I think i think you'll be good. I think you'll be good with that then. Then one more from jason. The great david maladies as do you have a preference in terms of the character of thika or heiress. I wonder i mean this is a big. There's a big debate in the phantom. Is this like relationship wise. I dunno aired the way the the way the question is phrased his preference tepa or aris. So however you wanted divide. That picked eras for my battle party because at her limit break is healing wind and she heals all your characters really really substantially when she hits her limit break he limit breaks are not as powerful in my experience so from a purely game mechanic standpoint. I chose to keep air over teeth. It's interesting because with the way materia works. You don't as strictly have lake dark magic and white magic. The way that you do in some of the other games were like in final fantasy nine viviers like the dark made So it's cool that you can. They're all final fantasy. Don't ask me wow. This is my favorite. So in this game you can give those. You can give the magic to any of the characters which i think makes the party more flexible relationship wise. I don't know. I don't know i don't i feel like i don't know enough about heiress or kifah as people really to have strong feelings about who would make better a better partner for pork. Cloud who liked clouds got like figure things out before before. That's on gotta get into a relationship with himself new orleans anyone else some self reflection that needs to go on we. It's a funny podcast named suggestions. Not that we need one necessarily but like more patrol is so sing song and you know i love a good podcast name. 'cause i'm an since the thing that i like so we had a few one was cloud control from from jason one was from alhambra was under the plate. Which would be like down the hatch. But mid garth themed condor twenty four took that a step further. And because if you die in battle to bring someone. Back to life you use an item called phoenix. Down so conroy. Twenty four said phoenix down the hatch. Which i think is great. This great a condo. Twenty also had josh. Mako podcast mako park. I get i get. It also had to the limit break. But i don't know i think we're if anyone's got suggestions we're open otherwise we're just talking about fancy seven here but i think extend extended hatch crack me. An extent in the hatches very funny. I thought that was great. You i do recall on a wiggle room. I believe it was the great filthy. Who referenced phoenix. Down in song and the final fantasy seven music. Oh yeah you're getting there in fact you'll you'll get their next time so give me anything you wanna get into that. We didn't get into from this portion of the game. i don't. I don't think so i feel like we. We talked it through the class stuff and the gender stuff and those are the. Those are the things that i talked up. So yeah yeah so next time. The music that the great filthy dropped in a wand off once upon a time is going to blast in your ears. Because we're gonna get through this. This is the next point that i want to get you through. There is going to come time in the not terribly distant future ed where you will find your characters on a boat okay. Okay you'll be on a boat and then you will not be on a boat k and when you are no longer on that boat that is when we will reconvene for our next recap of your journey through final fantasy seven. We'll talk through and experienced expected to be shorter. Podcast than this one. Gray always say that. Yeah they never is so get get to the boat and then get off the boat. Things will happen. We'll have much to discuss much to discuss. The story line will come into greater clarity in time for the next part. Was this fun. Yeah absolutely rhetorical question. Obviously you and. I had a blast but did you. How did the people a if you've never played found fancy seven could follow along. If you've played final fantasy seven. Was this email gic. We wanna know. Send us feedback. We don't have a feedback. Email for this. You can just email me josh. Oppo share recaps dot com. You can also at me at round. Howard you can add said that thirteen at hard rock. Hope but no spoilers as i will chase you down fight. You limit break. You don't wanna see my limit break a. It's just wombat water. I'm stealing belong bat. Water people wanna see that so be cool. You could join us in the discord. If you're all ready there that's awesome. Say hi what us what. You thought of the podcast. We want to know. If you're not yet a member of the for pusher recap say you could sign up on dot com slash post show recaps or if you wanna linked to that final fantasy discord. Hit me up from happy to provide it. It's a great place showed discord. It predates the patriot disc. Shit you can't be jealous can't be jealous and this is very very good community. I love those people. So i'm excited to talk more and they're excited talk more than the patron discord a. It's been way too long. We've had like a really long podcast together. I gotta tell ya feels really good. No something better than you do. It doesn't happen very often. I think you know lots of things better than i do. It just happens to be the one thing we consistently podcast about It's something more about well that's great. I enjoyed it. What a a great time for me to to relive my final fantasy seven experience through your fresh perspective treat for all of a treat for all of us speaking of games brooklyn's eddin. I of course are the the number one number two brooklyn nets fans on the planet we are. we're watching. All the nets games was. Ed really is said reports back to me generous watching all. I'm hitching my choke about your wagon. 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Tapping For And Responding To Feeling Like You SHOULD Do Something (Pod #372)

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

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Tapping For And Responding To Feeling Like You SHOULD Do Something (Pod #372)

"I Ruin jean-pierre welcome to tap and Cuny podcast every single week. We answer the most common uncommon questions about tapping an e._M._t.. Seeing it the most out of your tapping practice eliminate self sabotage and take the action that you want today. Were really we're going to be leaning into that as we figure out how to get rid of those should which really prevent us from taking the action that we want before we do any of that if you could do me a favor this calendar year and many of your proletarian hear me talking about this in the podcast asked the goal is to get nine new people tapping every single day in this is because I want to be in a circumstance with the world is just healthier. 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PODCAST recorded live state from Orleans Bird in Brooklyn this episode three seventy two originally aired July seventeenth two thousand nineteen everyone this find you wherever you are in every time a day you get a chance to listen to this. Thanks for spending some time with me to day today. We're going to spend some time talking about creating a tool four and tapping on those shoots that show up in our lives that as a practitioner I listen really carefully carefully to the vocabulary that my clients are using because we emotionally respond to the way we described the world not the way the world actually is let me say that again we respond emotionally to the world in the way that we describe it not in the way that it actually is and that's because our perception of the world is relative. Our perception of our day is relative and our emotional response is based on that understanding and as you know it's super easy breast not typically understanding in one of the things that really get in the way of us being able to see the world as it is is this idea of shoots and so whenever my client is using the word. Should I always interrogate that to figure out what's going on and so we're GonNa talk about that today. How we can look at this feel those things we feel like we should be doing how to tap for them and get them out of the way so we're making more conscious choices before before we do that? I just wanted to give a big shout to all of the people who are supporting the tapping Q._N._A.. podcast I'd like to think Elizabeth Elizabeth is the most recent person who has supported the podcast financially. Everybody who supports the podcast get some extra Easter Bonuses Bonus podcast the opportunity to get tapping scripts written by me even some levels you can get some one on one time with me and one of the things we do every single month is we take ten percent of this contributions and we moved them to Kiva. Eve is a micro loan service. That's allows us to give donations to small businesses and loans all over the world so they can continue their work this month. The group that the donations went to support is in Paraguay and you can hear me smiling in my voice. It's a group of women who are building a number of small businesses collective which is really awesome and very powerful and they call themselves the headaches Lucci Dora's and if not Spanish it all you'll know why I love of that particular thing so much and so because of the way they named their group was part of the reason that I decided to support them. 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Dot com slash support you will ensure the podcast keeps moving forward growing getting to do a lot of awesome things for an insert some transcript showing up in the website next couple of weeks because of that support if you'd like to help that happening and receive so awesome bonuses yourself tapping Cuna Dot com slash support one of the reasons why the word should is so problematic is should takes away or at least it feels like it takes away our sense of choice whenever I feel like I should do something it's because something from the outside is pushing on me and telling me that this is the right choice to be making in sometimes those should come from a cultural sense of what's appropriate. Sometimes they come for me family sense of what is tradition sometimes they come from a place of what is right in moral and sometimes it just comes from how we should be seen in the world. This is the way I should be because this is the appropriate thing to do and that as you know is problematic because it's moving away from US making choice and moving us to a place swertz these things that we have to be doing and at a very base level the reason we respond so deeply to should 's is. There's a very primitive sense that wants us to be safe like primarily our emotional guidance system is about safety in about helping us guy navigate the world in the way. We're we're GONNA stay out of trouble have our needs met and have our wants met in very primitively thousands and thousands of years years ago when we lived in small tribes were nomadic people. If we were pushed outside of the tribe we would die and that's not hyperbole like that. That was really the case that the world was a much more dangerous place for us as a species species who are far less advanced and in these small groups we needed the group to survive. We needed the group to find the appropriate amount of food to find the shelter that we needed to fend off the things that were dangerous and if we didn't have that infrastructure structure we would die and so even though we no longer live in the circumstance where if we are pushed out of our tribe it means immediate death we are in a situation in which that percents still exists so whenever we feel like we're going against some sort of expectation or cultural norm. There's a part of us that feels as if we are in such danger were going to die. And that's what are their cultural norms and so this part of us that thinks we're going to die. If we go against cultural norms anytime a should shows up. There's a part of that feels as if we have to do it because of the consequences and some of the should that we're dealing with our implicit like we to see them culturally like we just kind of no this is the way things are but other ones are explicit an an explicit ones are the ones that are given to us by the people in our family typically because those are the people that were growing up closest to and our family says we should do this. This is the right way to act. This is the right way to be and we ingest however those are presented to us we ingest those as if they are true true as an universal true that must be followed and the problem is often times names the should that were picking up from the people in our family aren't actually things that we should be doing all of the time but in many cases the adults around us urges trying to do the best that they can and they're trying to get us to act in a way that is useful. Oh no children's should be seen not heard that doesn't come from a place of saying that we shouldn't be heard comes from a place of adults trying to navigate a really difficult day noisy children make it hard to do that in so it gets written down inside of us in such a way where we think it is this universal truth that should be followed all the time and so the vessels that is giving us the should the moments that is giving us the should oftentimes are imperfect and so now we are given this belief that on a base level we think we are in danger of we don't follow and they're not true and that creates a lot of problems. The other thing that happens is that when we're confronted with a should is we get put into this double bind so oftentimes when we feel like we should do something. It isn't what we would choose so if I do what I it should be doing that. I'm letting myself down because I'm not doing the thing that I want to do. If I do the thing that I want to do and I'm not doing the thing I should do. I'm now letting down the people or the culture or the ideas that said I should be doing this other thing pseudo matter what I choose emotionally. It's not GonNa work out for me because I'm either letting culture down and making myself unsafe for letting myself down because I'm not doing that thing that is right for me and then the last part of should that are really difficult is there are times in our lives in which we want to do something and the people in our lives tells we should be doing it and those things line up and because we have spent a significant part of our lives conforming are will to what people around to say we should be doing. We've developed this natural resentment to having to do something that I should be doing this thing so that when our desire lines up with what other people are saying we should be doing. We can actually resent making the choice that is right for us because we don't want to be in a circumstance circumstance for doing the thing were supposed to be doing or the thing that everyone around us is saying we should do so inside of this. You can see all of this complication that comes along with any I dea that we feel like we should be doing something. One is very primitive sense that if we break away from the tribe we're going to be endanger too often times a sugar in conflict with what we want therefore there's no such thing as a good choice three oftentimes we should that are imperfect and we recognize it is a really bad choice not because it's just going against your will but it's just a bad choice but we're carrying the cultural baggage with it and for we end up in a circumstance ransomware our choices what we should be doing lineup and we don't want to do it were told to do so we start to resume in resist the thing that is best for us so the first thing that is most important in dealing with all all of this is just to listen to the fact whenever the word should comes out of our mouth and by becoming aware of the sense of saying. I should be doing something or for telling someone else. You should be doing this just having a little bell go off in the back of her head going. That's really interesting this ideas being pressed upon us and we're acting on on it because there's the cultural norm so it gives us the opportunity to immediately start interrogated. Is this actually something that is right for us to win. I am starting to interrogate a should when when I'm starting to interrogate a should the first step in the process is after we've recognized it is to ask ourselves. According to WHO or what why should we be doing this because oftentimes we start to interrogate this idea of this is what I should be doing. We recognize the fact that there isn't actually a specific persons saying we should do this. It's just something that we again have picked up culturally in our environment and because everybody else's acting in a particular way it feels as if we should be doing that as well and so I found in my own life on the first level if I'm able all to simply recognize who are what is saying I should do it. It immediately gives me the ability to start taking the power out of the should either it is there is no one saying I should do this and it's just cultural or are two is coming from a person or a group of people or a cultural sense that doesn't line up with WHO I am and so by recognizing the fact that there's this thing saying I should do this and I don't believe in that can take the power out of if the should and if it doesn't we can tap for that. We're going to do that in a moment the second question I ask myself after I've asked whom or what has put this upon me is who would be let down if if I didn't follow through with this and this is a slightly different question because sometimes we are in a situation where it feels like someone our life says we should be doing something and if we didn't don't actually do it they wouldn't be led down by it that they are simply just giving us advice and saying this is the right thing to do but which you something else their life isn't material impacted and they're not actually going to say anything about us. US So taking a look at to see who would be let down if we didn't do it in the third question is what would happen if we didn't do it so on one level. There's this sense of people being felt. Let down on the next level. There's the question of how would the people around US respond if we didn't do this thing. We felt like we should do again. There are times James in which people might be disappointed in our choice and they continue to love us but we disappointed our choice and they'll continue walking along beside us. There are lots of times in my life where I have had people in my life. Who've made made choices that I didn't think we're best Mr them but it didn't impact our relationship in any way I just saw that? They're making a choice that they have to deal consequences for until oftentimes if we recognize the fact that there aren't specific consequences for us making this choice it becomes easier for us to move through that Thang the fourth thing that I do is when ever I am faced with a should is I change the word should too. I choose so for example. I should do this project today. Matt has a particular sense of feeling to it because there's an emotional chargers responsibility. There might be resentment whatever it is if I change it to. I choose to do this project today. I choose to reach out to this person. Today I choose to present myself on this particular way. I I choose to not do this thing that I want to do because all of those would have should in front of him. Normally it gives us the opportunity to respond to it really differently emotionally and often times when I say I choose to do this US I quickly realized no I would never choose to do this or it's not the best thing for me to choose to do and so by putting it into that context and thinking about it in that way whenever I am doing something because I should be doing it. I'm actually choosing to do it. It just feels like my choice has been taken away so by putting the sense of choose on top of it it makes it easier for me to escape Bush should because the moment I put I choose this then. I'm taking agency then I recognize it's really not the best thing for me. Then it becomes easier for me not to do it again. The steps that we can work through when we're interrogating eating a should to see if it's really something that is good fit for us. I just becoming aware that should zor happening and should zor being said and just paying attention to that because by recognizing then we get a chance to interrogate. Did the questions asked myself when I'm interrogating it should according to whom or what so I can see if it's the right fit or not to see where that's coming from second question who would be let down if I didn't follow through a miss use three what would happen if I didn't follow through on this should in four. How would I feel if I change the word is should to choose and oftentimes by simply working through those four questions actions after we've recognized as should we take a lot of the power out of the shooter which makes it easier for us to make a different choice and there are other times in which we ask those questions intellectually recognize signals? The fact that the shoot is not a good choice for us that we still feel like we're being pressured to do something. Even though it's not what we want then we reach for tapping says we're going to do right now. We're in a few moments where do tapping on this idea of should and get ourselves little clear so we are not stuck in that space so what I want you tap on the side of the antagonize big deep breath for me nice big deep breath and just moved from tapping pointed tapping point repeating after me. I recognize the fact I feel like I should do. This in ensured is a very powerful word. When I use the word should it feels as if I must when I used the word should it feels like a half to when I were used the words should it feels as if I am out of control and didn't make sense than I feel like I should do something thing that someone says I should do? There is a very primitive part of me which recognizes his thousands of years ago that if I was pushed out of the try by would die staying connected to the community was a matter of life or death staying connected to the community was a necessity. This meant going against the grain was dangerous. This meant going against the grain was perilous therefore I have learned to do with the community wants because at one point in history it was a matter of life and death but that is no longer the case I can go my own way and survive. I can make the choices that our best for me Liam thrive because of this the words should doesn't have to have the same power at once had. Recognizing that can be difficult because most of the should we have been given have come from people who are close to us and we all want to belong and be connected especially to those who are closest to us. I give myself permission to know that I can stay connected to my loved ones what out without having to do what they think I should be doing. I'm allowed to choose what I want. I am safe choosing what I want. I can remain connected to others while choosing what I want. When anyone says I should do something I can take that as input I can take that as something to consider but it is nothing more than an opinion and I can take it for his mature? As little as I want. I get to choose what is right for me not because of a cultural norm not because someone else said I should do it but simply because I want to do it. I give myself permission to let go over the words. Should there's nothing I should do. They're only things that I choose to do or choose not to do. I am responsible for those choices. I am responsible for the consequences of those choices but they're my choices because I choose to them because I should do them. I give myself permission to have control over my own life and my own choices. I give myself permission to let go of should misty breath tapping for an issue like should is different than in tapping for other issues so instead of letting go of something specific or decreasing an emotional acting in a new way when we tap for should basically what happens is the shoots in our life start having less and less power and we start acting more comfortably with our own agency and in some circumstances in some cases you might feel immediate release of what other people's expectations are or what you perceive other people's expectations is to be and it makes it easier for you to act and to recognize when we do something like this. What's really going to happen as there's going to be a softening of our emotions and there's going to be more comfort and making good thoughtful choices so measuring the success for tapping shoes is gonNA feel a little different than measuring for fear like Bam afraid of snakes? Now I can be around the snake in. I'm okay like that something. That's very digital. This is something that's going to be much more gradual and so really encourage you particularly if there are areas of your life around what the relationships you're supposed to be in are supposed to look like the work that you're supposed to be doing is supposed to look like where you're supposed to be. 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Supergirl season 6 Episode 4 "Lost Souls"

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Supergirl season 6 Episode 4 "Lost Souls"

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She's the collector from england. Pretty cool the checkout those s wherever you can get your pockets now back to our pocket. What's up james man. Steel superman red. It's up going on blue. He doing entire man. I'm not gonna want to dig into like real world pratt. Yesterday was just a it was weird and it kinda shook me a little bit and they just sometimes just things reality catches up to you and it's crazy so let's talk super and i think this episode season six episode or lost souls. Let's just kind of do it like we did last time. I wrote my notes this way since we kind of have two distinctive plots through a plot which seems to be more of the team on earth and the be being kara in the phantom briefing I am basically yeah. That's the two biggest points of the show to let's dig in so First of all. I just want to play in just the thought like i have going on that. We can dive into more later. But it's to put this bug in your ear and we'll we'll come back to this point later just like a karazatorre this show versus cars or mc comics and how she's into berry unbalanced eric there because they they carve out an identity or than the Change it about comedy. Mystery that in the back your mind and we'll we'll revisit that another day all right here we go so we have this really interesting thing or inside. Magons mind and we're learning that and i'm phantom prime has a layer and i'm calling phantom prime because it sounds bowler than prime on the for everybody madonna still attached to him and as bring these she's eighteen percent anta love how he gets that percentage on. And i'm like okay. This is. This is the brainy that i like smart quicker calculating and lena in the tower. She's now officially part of the group. And she's gonna help them and she comes up with basically a prototype which is a ghostbusters. Proton pack and. I don't know how someone do not get sued this because when brand shoots it it basically those like burnt bag. Yes it does exactly like a to unpack except for the part where basically just sucks the phantom inside of it as opposed to like depositing it into a trap similar effect with just one machine instead of to lord knows if you would have done a trap they really would have been in trouble. Brainy apparently loves ghostbusters. Though all that the perfect movie. That's who i also wonder if lena's you know out of lex luther or and everything who's bankrolling john's new stuff like him and his new tower. Is you know his team. Must it says detective agency that he does nothing with exactly. I'm sorry. I understand money off being private investigator and detective raelians. Maybe aliens just have more money. 'cause they're smarter or something that's why you know everything works. The way does. But i was just kind of That's a nice tech there. Lena thought you were going to. I mean i'm sure she has some savings or something she has. She can tap into or whatever. But i'm just at that point where i watch stuff. I'm like how people or things like that age on thinking that in the back of my head was something weight or or on shows like they try to make jokes about having no money and i'm like no have money. Yeah you do like. I was a touching watching. The big bang theory and i'm like one episode bernadette talks about how much she gets paid her job and how ridiculous amount of money she makes the next minute they broke or in spend money and how having a is going to break them. I'm like Well if they spend that if they spend that type of money on the kid like they have themselves especially howard it would break through to. I'm just like people right in the shuttle. Understand money something yes. You can't tell me that. Burned making a crap ton of money more than howard yet. they're talking about how owner we survive or the fact. How about not having life insurance. Every company company offers life insurance with their packaging. Em bernadette have insurance company would definitely offer life insurance and so would the university so it's not even funny. I'm just like that. it's not funny. That doesn't make sense. That's an automatic. You're being an old man tyler. I know man. it's. I'm like you learn things and you just you just lose out on but anyways we learned that phantom prime is growing bigger with every life orders that's take and dreamers seeing visions of bill and phillip. I missed out on something with details. They were talking like super science very quickly. How what they're trying to do with like sucking the energy pack If they can do this and the people who were phantoms basically would revert to being human again. It could release the life force from the prime phantoms. Christmas brings stores in her life forces. They give him his power. And i saw like basically a life forces leaving body or they were trying to save it in mcgann goes flying and we find out that she gets too close to christmas or the prime fan somewhere part of her soul. Still resides is a heart. That's in here. Is john so it became like magnet pelling. Each other and she passes out. I was like okay. This is some very big pseudoscience. I'm gonna have to take in really taxed and the slate. okay go with. don't think about it. just go with. Don't they to heart just real. Absolutely they've been doing a lot especially with the lena and rainy on the team. And then you've asked dreamers dreams. And what do they mean. We've got these martians. Bantams and a souls trapped in christmas. If doesn't at your soul is mine yet. That was last week. It's still me definitely. it is actually is. He does say that your soul is mine. Tiffany do you like the brains. Eating donuts or cassius his like eating his feelings. I'm not comforting. I can stop whenever i went donut. He waits for nia walkaway. He kind of looks to make sure she's gone and then he scarfs down another donut. No one will see me and it was hilarious again now. I did find this line buried wanna say tasteless and if you know what i'm saying then you're you're might be following with me But john says if they don't stop interim prime lacosse a global pandemic. Yeah that that definitely strikes. A chord really man. I feel like this is that time. We're like we inverting. Like try not to reference real world stuff that has never been super girls thing though man they they've always referenced real world. Things may watch shameless last season. They embraced kovic is part of the show. So i mean that's a different tone of a sugar to entirely but it's just like after nine eleven. Everyone's a little bit more hesitant about making Kind of references or anything like really two buildings or planes crashing type stuff. Yeah you're just kind of open. Hey it just kind of caught me and you kind of caught me. centeno needs goggles. or blassie's of like tech glasses or something just the makeup over the is you know this isn't arrow season. One is kind of jarring. doesn't feel as cohesively. It feels like something's missing. You know like if she has something over her is kind of like the way dreamer has battles like. She had like some of tech glasses or goggles. Or something Just it would help me man looking at her like feel like something's amiss here so they're gonna use cars goodbye like video store whatever to help both eight or in the phantom zone with lena's tech buller out but what happens. Is they end up using it to stop the interim prime and you know there's a really great scene of kara arba. Alex and lena discussing kara. And how lena basically does the. It's all my fault speech you know. It's my tech the gutter heroes. My accent me. This happened meyer relationship. And how lena has to save kara. Yeah which which katie's real voice comes through during this scene emotionally. She breaks up her american accent and her real voice comes through. That's awesome think she's pretty. I liked her. I wanna revisit arthur. But emergency the show where she was gonna nice. I have that on my list actually unnec networks to watch so check that out soon. She didn't amazing job. They're not seen as its powerful. And then alexandra is basically as the. I'm inspired by are inspired by barra to make the right choice. And i'm gonna do this as it's what she would do. And we'll save everybody else of or we save supergirl can do that. How you do that. Not to save. Her and alex's like that's what she would do and so they A saver and it doesn't it helps. Safeguard bullet brings back. You know but prime fans. I'm still is not completely stop. But they find another way because how do they weren't prime phantom hearts that he's a hunter and they call them like a bloodhound. Yeah basically if they if they give him the scent of kara he can track it to wherever it is so magons connection to hand after they destroy the. Oh yeah yeah. After they use magons connection and then find out where the christmas is they go and fight off all the phantoms. And destroy the christmas and save everybody in capture the prime phantom and It's interesting because at the end there were like a poisoning or needs some her dna or whatever and what she spell her powers and well. There was one time in highschool and midvale. Yeah that's why. I've been dreaming about it. Sounds like don don. That's whether gonna go to right. Didn't they put midvale a'dream belan a last episode and then she had a recurring in this episode. Yes all these emphasis in very for their feel like where one episode ends next starts to. It's felt berry like just straight connected. And i wonder because if you look at like the sets and stuff berry like maybe two to three seen places like we have the phantom zone the tower and then like the later you know very controlled environments for filming and i was thinking about that like the back end because of covert and production and stuff of where they said. They usually do pretty big scenes like out on the street and a lot of people. A lot of crowds is usually what they do supergirl and we've yet to go back. Call it to It's just interesting. I'm a newer production of if you so that's where this story and early go get a thinking is the first half of the season gonna be just sitting around the phantom zone like supergirl come back from the phantom zone. You know like bright at the time for the break. Or whatever when superman and lois returns or will we get her back in the next episode or the next one's going to be a lot of flashbacks and stuff. Yeah they're they're gonna go to mid bail. We'll probably see lots of flashbacks that stuff figuring out what happened. And what the Where she expelled her her powers and where they get the dna from back their turn and then and then in the episode will probably when they release the phantom to track to track down in the phantom zone. Exactly so yeah. The tunnel seen in this in this episode was kind cool them all getting taken out one by one as they try to find their way to the crystallised it was i mean it was the productions still looks awesome. You can tell. They've tightened it up a little. And so that was. I was enjoying it. You know what was going on to. Let's jump over to our e plot and so weird it's a super bowl show in the plot so we go back to the ready. Which way are you going this time. James diamond portal space tallec. Object going portal. It's now a day. That's what they use on this. Maybe projector on the projector being. We're in the wasteland. That is i mean you know after snow in a fairly similar similar with math heads. They're kind of like phantoms. A that that makes so much sense. Now right but you guys fantasy zone siegel and shuster. They knew so. We start with basically arrive portal to that center type on seoul. The disgust calling to anchor. The yeah and to me that just. It's whatever you know the kind of redoing other phantom zone is we've touched episode right. Well it's i mean it's their own phantom zone but they can change what been even earlier in the show because of crisis it's even said it was fractured because of so to me. It reminds me like it's more like the machine like placed in just like an -nother realm another round anyways out world exactly offensive zoom out world. Be simplistic bill. I wanna sure. Oil has out there like these embossed but in super shirts. I wanna get one so we'll have to start searching but we have this like you look in. The mirror is like a lens. That's gonna take you home and you know we're going to go home and my first thought is where sorelle going is. He even know what happened with his home. Even like consciously no like. Oh yeah it's been destroyed. There isn't a time. I'm going to just you know he's been there for so long and we we discussing his mind. It's a blu ray. So he's like. I'm gonna home home because we go. I mean we've yet to have any understanding of argo city. Slow exist post crisis. Yeah no. I haven't gone back to watch supergirl post-crisis to see if there's any mentioned i can recall if anyone news shoot us. A message is as much as i want to. I don't have time to go back and watch everything i have. I hardly have time to keep up on everything as it is. It is true so we find out of course the fainting zone mirror winds is damaged. But what would mother do teams. She would have a spare. That's right build a second. Let's go look around the the junk and see if we can find it. So then what happens is they're searching in zarella attacked by the people. That are them hostage and netflix. Aired them off and he has a ankle. That's open no james a broken ankle. What should ever should we do. What should we do. Maybe we'll use our magic person who repaired car lay to fix his broken ankle right. But no it's not worth. It has failed us. Also this game to me as i was watching this up. She said eating dinner. What do people eat in zone. Usually just a spirit but now that the orioles forcible like. Let's like give them sustenance. Well i mean. They say that they don't deal in the phantom zone so like his broken ankles always going to be broken so perhaps he doesn't need sustenance because he won't die. Societies like suspended animation. It's last state before it went into the phantom. Basically if you want to issue like prime health than jumping right if you have the option. I guess i'm completely physically fit and primed scopes and the big reveal here like kind of wish they'd held off on little bit was next is the one that attacked real. Because he's a e reminds her of her father and states e banish ara ear eastern benham's eastern or away in a pot you know just like next lee's father dead and initially basically losing her mind and make sense is they're all in the phantom zone been there for awhile and my biggest. I didn't she. Which are they were actually like leaving the phantom some to reveal herself she says i'm gonna go back to the fifth dimension but i m the stuff that your planet earth then i'll move onto my ally. Why didn't you just wait till you guys were out. Then reveal yourself to be speak troublesome person right. Even somebody scheming even some really thought you had the only thing you can think of is. She's crazy one. She's been in the phantom zone to she's a fifth dimensional being in three she was thrown into the phantom zone by her father and whatnot so like she's just not so. Now we have supergirl v nick and superheroes basically just super growing here. She proves what alex says she makes the play and she destroys the lens mirror her way out so that she keeps knicks lee. Their own consoles gonna explode set out. Started a self destruct sequence during the fight and rojas basically convince herself and is okay with that. This is going to be to protect everybody. And that's exactly what alex talking about earlier. She certainly doesn't look too okay. And the final closing shah because she's gonna get tortured beat just and everything by next. Who's julie angry. That go did this. Knicks still alive from the explosion. She was inside the chamber exploded but again she is two dimensional being so has her powers in the phantoms of but what is her power because to me. It seems like she should be able to get herself out of there. But you know that's where this episode in chains. How you feel oh. They say they're going back in time. Mid bell hi oh interesting. yeah. I forgot about that. Yeah 'cause i. I heard that at the end i was like and i was kind of like wrapping up my notes and i was like what that's going to be an interesting and then mom. My next thought was great. Why why are they going back in time. So it'll be interesting interesting. See where they go. It was a good episode after like you said they're really cohesive. It just seems like the decent stories progressing you know and it's not actually a bunch of just graph now. It's nice because it feels like something's going on like carring out a a. It'll be interesting to sit back and when we can watch them all well. The team has a sense of urgency in their mission with they have going on. They're very busy with the phantoms. Kara in the phantom zone. It's a very Every everything is urgent. Everything has stakes taking full. Swing exactly where it seems to pick up right one right. After the other you know it helps to elevate the story as a whole so. I think they're doing well this season. So far my only issue is like i thought of this just now when you like. They're doing time trap. My problem with time travel is always as soon as you say. Why don't just go back and prevent car from getting shot and sent to the fan. Donut like it just becomes one of those things where you're like when we have. We have to explain. Well we can go back in time. Go back to this point because this thing that whole life or some point in time that cannot be revisited. you're being altered the too important that that becomes my thought process of right interesting. Go back in time. Why not just go back in time and make sure she doesn't end up in the but that's neither here nor there were for the ride from and that's cool. I'm getting take us there. That's why we watch him. I mean let's see the gun on. Let's see black. Adam started production so who who were we are officially getting black. Adam and the flash started production and they revealed title for the upcoming flash movie. James what is it the flash. Wow incredibly imaginative. Ken cheung just like iron man to north four. Do not see that coming. Did we no way you know which is great. Because i'm glad they did it in a lot of ways just because now. We don't have to have the the point movie. The flash with movie you know flash point it is just flash deflect which is where it should be no matter who else we have in in the movie with. The story is going to be. It's the flash and that's that's what we need to take away from that the fash and let's see anything else. Tom taylor is writing a new book. That will be entitled of superman son of palo. It is a john driven book. As clark superman will be over as part of the superman the authority so looking looking for that. That's great. we had some awesome covers the email. Check those out a like. I i have yes. I like just the standard one. The best of just like the recreation of superman number one just this time john instead of superman was just simple ankle. And let's see both. There's something out that oh we have time to news writing super girl. And that's gonna be interesting in grant. Go ahead no symptom. He's been very like some people really love dumping some have not from what i've heard. I haven't read two of his best run. So i've heard his best run as mister miracle and vision And i haven't read either one of those yet heard. Those are antastic his batman run. You know some people loved it. Some people hate it. I was not over the moon for what i read. I liked a lot of a but that happens. I mean that's the nature of comics. Exactly i mean that's definitely the case with characters who endured for so long his heroes in crisis some really good writing interesting and really good concepts. Maybe what actually happened is another story. But i'm going to check it out. I haven't been reading his batman. Cat woman i do want to check it out. Especially since he brought phantasm into the a series. I liked but my issue is i feel like some of it is. It's like three timelines operating at once and just kind of wish he just would have done a street story with maybe some flashbacks. So i just. I just think it have been around a little bit better and then the last thing and this was odd super grow is on the cover of tv guide. There's two different covers of tv guide with supergirl april twenty six may nine two thousand and twenty one the double issue. There's two different covers a super bowl on it but it's like all promo images from life last season so like if you're if you've seen all the promo shots posters and everything it's just that from last season's is now on repeal it t- guy so yeah and i think that's everything. Final thoughts aims man of you. ceased power rule. 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Breakin' It Down with Sheilani Alix - Decision Fatigue

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Breakin' It Down with Sheilani Alix - Decision Fatigue

"Welcome to women who sarcastic. I'm cathy baron. And i'm shay lonny alex wakey-wakey another episode of breaking it down with shay lonny alex new toys over there. Yes i have my new road caster pro that. I'm testing out tonight today with jalen. She's my i'm guinea pig test subject. Always we'll see if it actually works. Things have been going shave lonnie. It's all right with a rough little week with work but you know what else is now having a hustle and hustle Moving pretty quick thinking on the fly on such. You're good at Gets old you make decisions. You're like okay. I'm done for today. You to go to and speaking of decisions today ran talk about decision fatigue because we make too many decisions on a daily basis is we do and we're tired and chalons proof of that. Look in my life at my house. I house yesterday after like a month thinking. yeah. I should probably clean. These floors should probably wash those dishes. What do. I can't find a spoon for the last two days in the six inches of dust on the tour dresser dresser drawer. So what is decision fatigue. You might ask well. It's a psychological phenomenon surrounding a person's ability or capacity to make decisions and it's also called ego depletion so there's a theory surrounding decision fatigue. Is that humans ability to make decisions can get worse after making many decisions as their brain will be more fatigued because after a day of work. You don't wanna have to come home and decide what you want for dinner. Yep that's why takeout is awesome. Yeah i was gonna say let alone cook it like dag okay. Took that long to decide or you know like typical as being commute couples. It's like you can never make a decision about anything. I don't know if you straight people have a problem with that. I think that's also the case with the straight community such a thing by the way what the straight community. Yeah let's probably called population channel. I start by coummunity bio and hashtag straight community straight hashtag streak community. Make a flag. I think the american flag a straight day. You wanna straight parade years ago. God it's like really people. G lay people just ridiculous Anyway we're off topic. Let's say as usual. So why do we make unhealthy unproductive choices. Even when we know we should do better. Some people would say that poor choices are a result of a lack of willpower defined that to be true. I will say yes as a lack of food. So don't forget just whatever. Yeah i'm just gonna have some bread and butter. That's all after dinner. That's it this water. Maybe now i think it's true though it all of that goes into willpower right. It's you've got to feed it and you've got to feed your body because your body is trying to do the willpower. So if your body's feeling weak then you. Willpower is going to be weak right. That's true it's kinda like with eating. It's like if you if you're so hungry to the point where you don't have the energy to cook then that's when you go fast food when you eat shitty or you know whatever because you just need something to eat you'll eat anything candy. You'll eat ice cream for dinner. That's so that's that's candy bars and ice cream predinner solid dessert salad for dessert. You don't feel as guilty later. I'm guessing that's people you've heard i've heard i've heard it's possible like my last three nights. So what happened your last three nights. Nothing nothing so it turns out that willpower is like a muscle. Which makes sense in that you have to use it over and over but it also gets fatigued because you're using it over and over like when you every time you make a decision. It's like doing a rep of a five hundred pound weight so he real power fades with each decision that you have to make a lot lotta times. It's like if you're always the one making the decisions it's just like. Why can't you make the decision. Why do i always have to be the one to decide on things. I mean especially at work. It's like your boss is the one technically. That should be making a lot of the decisions but doesn't sometimes that doesn't happen because they have a hundred other decisions in front of the one they need to make for me and i guess they have to. You know prioritize. How do you know if you're suffering from decision fatigue like how do you know that you're like at your woods end besides the normal which tend reason that's kind of a norm and that's actually that's a good point though. It's a bad place to be like when that starts to become the norm Then you know and you can't even recognize things signs so that you can stop it or do something about it to get a little bit arrest. that's not good so i think it's also important to have a community around you friends like cathy Yeah it was true. You know whether you have a partner or friends siblings. Whatever kind of checking in on you communities important right of societe the work community but it really is to you know have people Catch things for you that you can't see because they have become the norm right in with you know the last year with covid and that added stress and anxiety and the changes that people have had to made regarding work and family and school and minutes a lot. That is in the last thing you wanna do is come home after a full day of decision making and wanting to cook dinner or exercise because basically your brain is like no. I just want to sit on the couch and just veg in front of the tv. Uh-huh yeah bad habits. Start to form like you go to if it's really stressful and you might have a few more drinks than you normally would. That are considered normal. You might smoke a few more cigarettes than you think are kind of normal. You just kind of go to those things that provide immediate gratification comfort because your willpower as down right because of willpower is really about being able to control some of those immediate things right and then you notice yourself starting to give in to those things that you need to control That in itself should be its own sign. See how many how often you have to refresh the bar. Certified by that bottle of tequila just a little too sued. Who drank all my liquor. Oh that'd be me anyway so. I read on website. Written by james clear why some criminals don't get a fair hearing so there is a research study published by the national academy of sciences where psychologists examined the factors that whether or not a judge approves a criminal for parole so the researchers examined by eleven hundred judicial rulings over a ten month period and all of the rulings were made by parole board judge who was determining whether or not to allow the criminal to released from prison on parole. You might assume that the judges are influenced by factors like the type of crime committed or the particular laws that were broken but the researchers found exactly the opposite that the choices made by judges are impacted By all types of things shouldn't have an effect in the courtroom time of day but what the researchers found was that at the beginning of the day a judge was likely to give a favourable favorable ruling about sixty five percent of the time however as the morning wore on and the judge became drained from making more and more decisions and not having snicker war the likelihood of a criminal getting a favorable ruling steadily dropped to zero. I mean that's a big deal. That's not good. I mean this is a judge that i mean this is. Somebody's life at the judge is deciding on. This isn't whether you're gonna have you know fries with that shake or quarter pounder cheeseburger. It's you know this is. Somebody's life that they're making a decision on but after taking a lunch break. The judge would return to the courtroom refreshed and the likelihood of favorable favorable ruling would immediately jump back up to sixty five percent and then again as the time as the day wore on and the judge was making all these rulings. It fell back to down to zero by. The end of the day said that that kathy is good. You have to put. My mom used to say so. Basically the moral of the story is if you have to go to court make sure you either get eight. Am or the one pm as if they have control over. That makes me think too. Like who. what other professions do we entrust our lives with right pilots. Doctors nurses police chefs. Yeah like just all of that is. That's a scary about. I mean especially those professions that worked twelve hour. Fourteen hour days. Wonder why that is like there's just not enough people to cover coverage that they got to work longer or is there a reason why it makes sense to have somebody be on shift that long. I don't know the answer to that. I mean my. I mean like with nurses. Don't nurses work ten twelve hour days. Yeah three on three off. You know as far as their days but maybe they think that the human being can work three straight days and then needs three straight days off to help. I don't i don't know. But i mean there are some people that probably work overtime pickup shifts and so technically that doesn't really affect them as far as three days on three days off if they're picking up shifts and working overtime go out of people do that to make more money so they can pay for their livelihood. Yeah we're the twelve kids that they have it's to say like it. Maybe it does work from a from the provider perspective. It better with their schedule to just say okay. Well i could do two or four more hours than i would in a quote unquote normal shift. If it means that i'm gonna get a day off in a couple of days versus having to wait five days or something for a day off. yeah man. I worked at trader joe's. We had the waterfall schedule for managers. The first day that i would go to work. I would work like a two pm. Ten hour days in we'd work five days ten hour days. Yeah day it was bad and this was grocery. Hello is that typical for grocery or it trader. Joe's trader joe's again. So i think they changed it shortly after i quit. But you start to two to eleven to twelve sometimes and then you would slowly do like ten to seven you know slowly you have to have a mid shift and then your last day your fifth day would be like a four. Am to two pm. Which was the worst. So you're ending your week on a four. Am to two pm theory is that will you get off at to see kind of have like a half a day off and then you have your normal two days off which was bullshit because it took me that first day off just to kinda like just come out of my stupor of working that we schedule so technically i only had one day off. Yeah i say back is at two so technically you have a half a day before you go to word which is a little ship. Because you're ramping up to go to work on that day. Yeah so. It was pretty stressful and exhausting. And it's not like you're sitting at a desk shuffling paper in rookie and out of computer. You're doing physical work like the like the four. Am shift i would unload trucks. Like i would have ten pallets of just the cold stuff the perishables and then it's another ten pallets of dry goods that i have to unload breakdown and this is before eight. Am so wondering. My back is a mess. Oh my god. I can't a magin that i can't imagine and then get even wants to store open. Do you have to deal with customers. And and it's like whose brain is going to be able to do that until two pm. And then i had to write my order before i left so it was a lot so yeah i don't miss those days at all. So how do you overcome. Decision fatigue in boost your willpower sheila ni. How do i do it. I didn't think about that. I was reading so much about it. I never even thought what i do. Yeah just trying to get some rest trying to be more conscious. I guess of it happening. You know what's my sign. Well yeah this is my side as i really get bitchy like i think i'm generally a nice person and i'm patient and i'm flexible and and all of that casta generally generally but i'm gonna tell you what last friday at the okay. Here's a perfect example. It's friday it was already a rough week somehow a meeting. That was supposed to be like to have some difficult conversations that was originally scheduled to be earlier in the week. Decided to get moved to three o'clock on a friday afternoon so we're all on this call. I don't think i've ever gone off as hard as i did friday afternoon in that meeting. Like i literally was. I was not nice like i probably should centeno. Sorry i mean. I tried to lighten it in the moment because i caught myself doing it but i don't think i've ever really talked to anybody that way in that large group before and i guess i don't know if i would call it unprofessional. I don't know if it was like. I just got pushed into a corner. I had to do something because there was some other unprofessionalism going on whatever it is but i. It was pretty bad. So my science really. Is that when you start to notice a change in your behavior or you're seeing something in you that you know you don't like like you wouldn't want to be treated that way or etc and that's when you just got to notice stop so after that meeting i was like okay. I'm done. I'm gonna take arrests even if it's just fifteen minutes to just kind of sit in silence or breathe a little bit or if you know if i know honest in silence and i need a little bit of activity like music kind of calming to me as well and then i decided to just kind of get outside for a little bit later that evening. Just be in a different environment. You know 'cause being cooped up at home doesn't help either But yeah but i think like that's that's just one way to deal. Just be conscious and just stop. Whatever it is that you're doing just stop and do nothing and i think that helps to just hit the pause button. First second and then you reset button could be the next activity. That's going to let you breathe a little bit. Do yoga meditate do something. I don't know. Yeah i think nature for me helps whether it's just taking a walk around the neighborhood or riding my bike but yeah i mean if you feel yourself kind of Being irritable or snapping at someone or that your stress levels are just like off the charts. That's when you kind of need to check yourself a little bit and make some time for yourself. Because but this whole kobe thing you know you got kids. That are at home schooling. You're working from home. It's a lot and nobody gets their space their own space and time And your energy levels are just dropping and they're being depleted a lot faster than normal pre cove. it. I think so. I was reading an article about In medical news today and believe and i wasn't health line one of those at talked about classic signs of decision fatigue including four things. Procrastination saying all tackle this later. Impulsively At this this is this article wrote literally literally eating meaning need me. It's a great way to flip a coin. Rochambeau rock paper scissors at work. Why do that. Even if i were the president. Where should we eat indian or chinese okay. I'll be need. Ub chinese will rochambeau gb lbj pizza. Third what is avoidance. Ah saying things. Like i just can't deal with this right now. I say that all the time. I don't want to deal with it at it. Decision saying things like when in doubt just say no like the judge example that she would. You talked about earlier right. I have like all right between the two two decisions which is much more kind of conservative. Maybe approach or something like that. Those are the that was just a quick little list of yeah can't relate to any of those blurs allies. You're like oh my god. Is this my norm. What do i do. I felt like this for a year. Well i mean it's true. I mean a lot of procrastinate or just don't want to deal with stuff so we don't and we you know we want to exercise a choice in the freedom to not so right. We really don't so some of the ways that you can overcome decision fatigue and boost. Your willpower is planned daily decisions the night before. Like what am. I gonna wear tomorrow for work or wherever you're going. What should i eat for breakfast. You know should. I go grocery shopping before i go here. You know as far as your errands and just kind of make list and or delegate. The decision making that needs to happen later in the day to somebody else so we're fortunate to have a partner be like all right. It's your turn to figure out dinner tonight. So that's on. You will take care of it tomorrow and you just kind of share the but then you get home. Nothing's made and they're sitting on the couch playing video games or watching. Tv and you're like what the hell today was your day to do dinner. I'd said and they're lying around the to. My brain is fried. I can't make that decision. You make that decision and then you go over new smack. Them upside the head and go get takeout. So you've heard chappie right. Does not like allegedly allegedly sounds like that could be possible. Another thing you can do is do the most important thing i so like. Yeah based on the research. That i talked about earlier. You know first thing in the morning is usually when your your best or technically you have your most energy. You're most focused your most attention attentive nece and that has to do with your personal and work life. What's the most important thing for you to do right now. In this moment what is it show any. Oh is that a question you for me. I was pausing so listeners can think about. I don't know. I mean we all have our morning routines in our evening routines and it's interesting that you mentioned the word routine just as i was thinking about this topic. I don't have enough routine. How about that so that. That probably does not help my preventing decision. I don't know. I mean i you're right. I have like a morning routine. I have a nighttime which. I don't have to think about stuff. I could be on autopilot. I wake up in the morning. I brush i. There's a sequence that i go through That's fine and then at night. If i'm lucky and make it to my bed and sell falling asleep on the couch because i'm so tired that typically have a nighttime routine it's like brush your teeth wash your face put moisturizer to your facial while out of that. Did you know we ain't getting any younger. But but i know you know this about me. Kathy like i just have a problem planning too much. Like i kinda thrive on impulse. Well you know. I plant okay. Have so much packed in one day. i know. But is that jesus spontaneous impulsively or is it highland. No i mean. I might generally plan like all right and i got to take care of this on thursday. I gotta do this on saturday but rarely ever does my day. Follow exactly like how it goes. Okay so this. This made me think about back in like the back in the late nineties. There was the whole franklin covey thing like the company. I was working for when i got out of college. They were like you're going to go to this seminar figure out how to plan your day. You're going to get the whole big old planner and it worked and it was great because it set like the schedule but it just felt so rigid to me. I couldn't take it anymore. Like i finally woke up one day. And i'm like how where's the creativity in this. You can only in few so much in a plan instance i. I could be in the middle of the day all of a sudden. I have an idea about a song. I drop what i'm doing and like walkover and catch it before i lose it so if you plan to match and it's too rigid it's kind of not. I'm the same way i mean. The only thing that i really plan four is at work. Yes because that's kind of like a forced thing right right because you have the schedule and have meetings and you know whatever personally. I don't like to plan things necessarily especially if it's like six months from now it's like why i don't know what's going to happen in six months. Yup you're not gonna plan unless it's like a huge trip somewhere like across the globe or you have to plan and schedule and do stuff that i get but i mean in my mind. I know like this weekend. This weekend is a good example. Because i don't really have anything plant but like you kinda know in your mind what you need to do. I need to get my oil changed tomorrow. yes. I need to drop off my car. You know that kind of stuff I need to get my car wash because it hasn't been washed in over a year because the cova and i'm to frigging lazy to do it myself. So i mean i just put windshield washer. Fluid him like car just the other day after not having it for like a week and i'm like i can barely see through my windshield. Get off your ass. Go to the store and get some wind chill burwood. Yeah but but even if you start to plan those things that you know that's just basic life stuff and i would never complain about that. We just got to do it and for for some of us. That are single. Who have to do all of that. It's not like i can't just say hey has been. Could you go wash the car could you know. Could you go grocery shopping. Could you blah blah blah. You have to do all that stuff yourself so the only way being kind of creatives right. We have to like almost plan time to be creative. And that's like you can't do that. It's like you can't turn on and off switch to be creative. You can't i mean in my mind. I know what i need to do for the podcast like scheduling interviews editing and that sort of thing and then the magazine. It's like that's a whole other ball wax but you definitely need to plan certain things to get things done right but yeah but like with your song idea. It's like if you have an idea that pops in your head you need to write it down or go to the piano or whatever you need to do. otherwise it's lost it's gone and and really the inspiration that comes from a lot of the creativity is from the things that happen every day. And you never know when it's going to happen. It might be a conversation that we have. That's inspired me to do something It might be something. I read randomly. That i came across. It might have resulted from work. But it's turning into something that be expressed in a more creative way to really you know kind of get out there and hope somebody wants to hear it. So it's it's really hard to balance that being creative having a day job having to have this rigid structure but at the same time. Because you know you've got a plan and then having enough energy to even be able to create you know if this decision fatigue is happening because of work. What can i do to fix that so i have enough energy. Or what can i do in between those two activities. So i have enough energy to to do the things that i tr- really mean a lot to me my personal life. Yeah it's hard. That's hard because i've been dealing with that too. Yeah you know work is you know. Pretty soul-sucking sometimes not all the time. But there are those days that that i don't wanna do anything after i clock out quote unquote because i don't necessarily clock out but not something with a pandemic. It's almost like we're just always working because now we're working where we're living and that's Takes a look bad. Takes discipline as well to you. Know self control and discipline. Yeah any who so the next thing you can do is stop decisions and start making commitment which seems kind of interesting so basically what it says here is at advice like you just need to decide to do it gets destroyed around too much so yeah of course you decide to do things that are important to you but more than that you need to schedule them into your life. Like the actionable things right. Yeah say yeah. He also goes on to say that most of us simply hope that will have the willpower and motivation to make the right decisions each day. So rather than hoping that you'll make the right decision right choice each day scheduling things that are important to. You will help you with that willpower in that decision and so one of the examples is like like if you right. If you're a writer or if you want to write more that you could say mundane thursday or the days that i right and then you can exercise and all the other days but see to me. That's kinda hard what we just talked about as far as creative stuff so i guess you just need to do what what worked. Best for you and ray doing that right. I think that you can that. There is truth in that because that's forcing you to carve out space so that you don't lose out on having that dedicated time making a meeting with yourself to do that But i think that's just about the limit of it like you can't just be like all right. I'm gonna make myself feel inspires on monday and wednesday or whatever or if you have like a exercise routine. There's certain days that you know and that's an important thing for you to do. Then i guess you'll make the time to do it. Yeah another thing. That james clear says is that if you have to make good decisions later in the day than eat something i and he referred back to the judges. The judge research that you know. It's not a coincidence that the judges made better decisions after eating. Because your brains are just fried. They need that energy. And it's got to be you know somewhat healthy food as well why you can't just have taco bell like gov go back to the bed quarter. Pounder fries milkshake. Chalupa good junkie will give you diarrhea. But they're good they're good going down -sarily out if you if you need a cleanse. The latest fad fast food. We need to start to tread rasiah cholesterol. Add clears your guts. Well at least you have problems. Ask your doctor about the new fast food clips side effects and the final step. You can do is simplify so whether you're trying to reach the highest level of performance or just want to start eating healthy diet. The biggest frustration for most people is the feeling that you need to use willpower on an hourly basis. So find ways to simplify your life. If it's not important to you eliminate it. You know making decisions about things that aren't important to you is a waste of time and energy in its using your precious energy and willpower from things that do matter. I had scanned that same article by chance very quickly last night and when quote that stood out to me in it was willpower is one area of life where you can most certainly improve your output by reducing the number of inputs pretty profound truth hashtag truth exact became mickey huda funk kathy or maybe this god so basically willpower isn't something you have or something you lack it kind of ebbs and flows like everything else in life. It's not that you want to maximize your willpower every day. Every moment of the day the by making a few tweaks and your schedule your routine you know simplifying things and in doing exactly what's important for you is basically what it comes down to write jailani like easier said than done but yes yeah. It's not easy but what in life is. I know every time. I hear the phrase. It's not easy. Always think of that. Kermit the frog song. Not easy being green. It's not easy being simple. I don't know it's not easy. Insert this whatever all right exactly. Muppets moment there. But i think it's true with anything you have to figure out for yourself. What's important and making the time to make sure that you do by creative projects or spending time yourself or whatever whenever that is for you don't become a robot don't become my robot become a robot there you just had to didn't you all right. Well now. we got that figured out and solved for everybody. Go live life be simple. Don't have fatigue arrest either chiluba good and this episode ma taco bell. Hook us up. We need some chalupa. 'as so we don't get angry and make decisions and ruin people's lives. Be assholes to people just eat chiluba. That's all yeah. I think taco bell needs to change their campaign. Haven't been astle you tuba. It's likely the snickers commercials. Why did i think for a second. That actually was their campaign. That's like oh my god. They're really sitting but they should. Well thanks jane lonnie for another episode of breaking it. Down we quickey. 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How to Resist the devil (Part 2) - James Part 13, 5-16-2021

Unfolding Truth with Chris Barhorst

38:29 min | 2 months ago

How to Resist the devil (Part 2) - James Part 13, 5-16-2021

"This is part thirteen of our series. We are in james chapter four. We are look. This is how to resist the devil part two. I'm excited about this. This is this is good stuff. If i could have james chapter four and verse seven. Well you know. Let's start with verse. One and i want to get a running start to this. We've talked about. I won't spend a ton of time here but we need to get a running start because how many know that. This is in context. We're going to say we're going to get into some versus today. That looked like they contradict what we believe like. I thought we were not sinner. Saved by grace that we were new creatures chain by grace that my nature is no longer sin right. If i'm born again correct. But but he he says some things here in james chapter four but it must be understood in context. Everybody say context when you take tax out of its context you're left with the con- right from whence or how to wars and findings come among you come. They not hansen your lust even on your list that warner members you lust and have not you kill desire to have and cannot obtain you fight war yet you have not because you asked not you ask him receive not because you ask amiss that you may consume in upon your next i. This is what i'm after adulterers adultress. No you not that friendship with the world is enmity with god. Whoever therefore we'll be a friend of the world is the enemy of god and this idea friendship with the world. It's the idea of loving and ordered to be loved. Everybody wants people to like you if you want people to not like you. There's something wrong with you. But at the same time there are going to be people that aren't gonna like you especially when you stand for the things of god you know. In the book of revelation one of the seven charges it talks about anti-us that that martyr who was slain. Among you and to push means anti can mean against but in poss- means everything. Sometimes people look at christians to say you're anti. You're against everything. Because i peter chapter four and verse four says when they think it strange or weird that you run not with them to the same excess of riot or party lifestyle speaking evil of you. There's going to be people speak evil of you. People don't like this. I don't like this. But the bible says all who will live godly in christ. Jesus shall suffer persecution if nobody ever persecute rolls their is at you. You're not living godly. Got a good response seriously. I mean i mean it's like when when we stay when you stand for god you're not everyone's gonna like that but it's worth it amen. So so being a friend of the world. It's the idea of loving so i can be loved except me so i can compromise so i compromise so people like me so i'll talk like a sailor and pretend i'm not a christian just so you like me. I just heard of a story of that recently. Well you might wanna see if you're born again you know i mean. I realize their carnal christians and none of us are perfect. But listen if i'm if my if my idea of grace is looking for how much how you know nonreligious i am. That always cracks me up. I tell people. The one of the biggest religions going right now is the religion of not being religious bliss got. I'm not religious. I don't wear a suit jacket. I wear leather jacket. That's fine if you like a leather jacket but guess what. It doesn't matter what you wear. Cover yourself please for us all right. I mean we have all these ideas of what religious is and of course it's always in a negative connotation but because we're thinking well i don't just go through the former. Listen it's about a relationship with god. I tell people this. I see people more focused on. What's wrong with other people than they are with right. What's right with jesus. They're focused is wrong. The i say this all the time and haven't said it for why i need to say it again. The devil does not care what you and i look at as long as it's not jesus done care he don't care. You can remember the entire new testament. Greek language hebrew air make. You can do all that you can have all that going on. But if you're not focused on him you're missing it. I've learned the power and continue to learn the power focusing on him. See that's another thing that tells you. I've learned because i understand that you never get it. You just keep getting it. It's a progressive ongoing knowledge. You cannot exhaust him you can't it. Blows me away the other day all of a sudden i got. I'm driving coming back from going to lunch with some people. And and i'm just thinking i had a word i was listening to a covenant c. d. and all of a sudden the guy mentioned cup how jesus drank the cup of a broken covenant and also. I'm sitting here cup. Jesus that's where jesus said if it's possible that this cup pass from me but guess what i get the cup of totally kept covenant because of him. That's when it says my cup runs over see that's talking about the benefits of this covenant that we have with got that's why when you take you take the cup amen. I thought man. Everything is significant in the word of god and it all points to jesus. He's the good news he is the goodness of the covenant. He is the covenant. He's the shirt in the guarantee of the better coming. What does that mean. He guarantees it. It's it has to be man so goes on and says do you think in james chapter four. Do you think the scriptures say in vain the spirit dwell with enough lust the envy or the spirit in us. God spirit yearns over us. He doesn't want to share you like in a marriage. I mean you don't wanna share your spouse with other lovers. why because that's your spouse amen. That's how god is i if we did that message. Called god's name is jealous of thirty four right. a lot of people. Don't know that there is a legitimate jealousy. I'm not talking about the world's jealousy where you were. Did you look at him. I'm not talking about the perverted stuff. But i'm saying there's a legitimate jealousy it can be in a marriage relationship. Say where someone's given too much time to other things other than their spouse. There's a legitimate jealousy. Life is life is about learning to prioritize the right relationships. Putting god. I will it will cause you to be the greatest blessing you could possibly be to your family. Amen next verse review so submit yourselves therefore to god resist the devil and he will flee from you. This is where we were last week talking about. Semitic the key to resisting. The devil. Submitting to god and submitting the goddess submitting to his word. Last week i talked about how people take away from the word. I've heard people say no that was written to the jews. And this is written to the gentiles people. Say all these things to steal the word from you so that doesn't apply to listen. All scripture is for you all of it. It's even though the even the parts that are not written directly to you therefore you. I don't know if i did jeremiah. Twenty nine eleven last week. But well i'll do it. I'll do it jeremiah. Twenty nine eleven. look at it. we all know this. I love this i right. It's a great verse in applies to you and i watch it for. I know the thoughts that i think toward you. Say at the lord thoughts of peace and not of evil to give you an expected end. Go to verse one. Who is this written to watch this. Now these are the words of the letter that jeremiah. the prophet sent from jerusalem under the residue. The elders which were carried away captive to the priest into the profits to all the people who never can ezzor king of babylon had carried away captive from jerusalem to babylon look at verse. Four thus saith the lord of hosts the god of israel unto all that are carried away. Captive whom i have cost him. He carried away from jerusalem to babylon. Go to verse eleven. I know the thoughts that i think toward you but does it apply to us. Yes yes yes yes. look at. Second corinthians chapter one verse twenty. This is why it's so important that we understand this is so good. Watch this for all somebody say all all you know. It all means in the greek. Oh i know that's deep for all the promises of god in him are yay or yes in him. Amen i believe the yes him. The amen is our agreement with the s unto the glory of god. The glory of god is the goodness of god by us. I don't like bias. It should be through us. In the greek it's dea. Dia through us the glory of god through us but notice. It's all the promises of god. All sixty six books of the bible are written for you and for me. You gotta get that. But see people come in and their intellectual and they'll say things like well. The law was only give israel. They say that stuff. Because it's true it's true. And they go to romans chapter two and they show you that for the gentiles which have not the law do by nature but y'all only have to go to one more chapter chapter three verse. Nineteen for it says the law was given that every mouth would be stopped and all the world would become guilty before god even though the mosaic law was only given to one nation the nation of israel it condemned the whole world. But see if you don't understand that people will come in in subtlety and they'll cut away parts of the word till the next thing you know. You don't know what to believe. It spins you around your so blessed to become an here. Because i'm gonna point you to jesus i'm gonna keep pointing to jesus we're going to keep glorifying him. I in fact. I was thinking about marks celebration of life next week and i'm just going to talk about mark for a little bit and i'm going to go do what i like to do. The best and that's talk about. Jesus because that's what mark would want me to do anyhow. Amen no offense to any of you but we're not that big a deal. He's the big deal but in him. Guess what we get a bit. Be a big deal because we're in the big deal. He is the big deal. It's really good. News for us amen. So all the promises of god in him are yes and in may men under the glory of god through us. Now back to james chat before so submitting than god and resisting. The devil is submitting to his word. Now i want to say another thing here before we move on into the today's message is are you ready. Many people go to the bible to find scriptures to confirm what they already believe. Did you hear what i just said. I see this a lot. And i've been guilty of but we all have rather than going to the bible and finding verses of scripture or in conforming allowing spirit guide to conform. You to that truth. We go to find stuff to support what we already believe. Can you hear the difference. I had a situation recently with a friend of mine. Shared something with me and i had adjust my beliefs in a particular area. I'm not gonna go there because it'd be a whole subject but it was is what i thought to myself. I read through the scriptures. I went through the whole context. I saw what i was saying. But i found out. I was overreacting to an abuse. See what happens. Is we see a ditch on one side of the road. And we don't want to go to that ditch so we go all the way to the ditch and it's so subtle but here's the point. I'm teachable. I strive by the grace of god to be teachable. Which means. I'm willing to be wrong. If i see it in the word of god and when when this guy showed me this i thought well. He had some areas where he could be adjusted to. Minoa was a really good thing but see that's called growth and it's powerful and i saw this makes so i see it now. Praise god i meant and by the way. Why does god heightened things. I'm going to give you the verse. You can go there when you get time. I've been meditating on this one. in proverbs. Twenty five to it is the glory of god to conceal a thing but the honor of kings is to search out a matter in that awesome. It's your honor to search out these truths. They're not hid from their hit for you and if you search you will fine by the way if you go back to jeremiah twenty nine. We looked at verse eleven and a few other versus just a couple of versus later. Says god says you will find me when you sleep for me with all of your heart. You know what i know. You will not find him if you don't seek for him with all of your heart. I say that in love because america's a dangerous place got so much prosperity materialistically. It's so easy to be passive casual about. God go to matthew thirteen twenty four and twenty five i think another parable put forth unto them saying the kingdom of heaven is like demand which so good seed in his field next verse but while men slept. His enemy came in tears among the wheat and went his way while men slept in the greek. You know what that means. It means to be indifferent to one salvation. It means to be apathetic. We're apathetic to what we have in. Christ the enemy can so in tears of deception may man i'm gonna give you the key again here. It is. Here's the key to being on fire for god being baptized in the holy ghost and fire and staying in that fire. That fire will keep you on fire for the word of god amen and then be willing to be corrected as he corrects. You see who god loves. he corrects. He corrects us with his word. It's good news because he loves me all right back to james forces. Submit yourself to god the key to resisting. The devil is submitting the god which is submitting to his word. Now let's look at james. Chapter four verse. Eight through ten draw nigh draw near to god and he will draw near to hugh. Now i ask these questions a lot. 'cause if i asked the questions i'll get an answer. I asked the right questions right. How do you draw near to god when he lives in you. Then the bible say he'll never leave you nor forsake you. How can i draw night to him. If he's already in me great question. Well the word drawn. I let me let me show you this. It's a it's an attitude in the greek. It's what's called aris tents. It's an attitude but it's imperative in the mood which that means this is really important. It's a command. It's a mandate. This is something you need to do. So it's your drawn. I means to bring near to join one thing to another i. I'm gonna show you some versus in the new testament jump over to jeremiah. Seventeen nine watch this jeremiah. Seventeen nine. I want you to see this has james. But that's good to jared arrogant. No i'm sorry seventeen five. You're right. I was wrong. Want you to do five. Thus saith the lord does it occurs to me the man that trusts in man or in his own strength and make a fleshes arm and whose heart heart departed from. Lord this is not god cursing people you know what it means to be cursed in the bible. Listen to it. Here's the hebrew. are you ready. A curse is it means to remove the influence of god. It's the idea of a situation where god is. Not present even though goddess present. If i do it my own way. He'll let me if. I do it in my own strength. He will let me so. It's not god cursing people. The curses removing the influence of god. I heard andrew almac tell the story about one of his kids when they were little and he said he they were holding onto this door in the bathroom stall door. I i think what it was where. And he couldn't get it. He was just a little kid he was trying to get it and he looked up at his dad and said like help me help me. But he wouldn't let go of the handle. Are you hearing me and finally. I can't if the dad would have helped him. He would hurt his hand because he would not let go of the handle and he said that's exactly the way we are with god a lot of times we don't let go of our own certain so the curse involves for a believer is removing the influence of god. And how do we do that by leaning to our own understanding. We get to the end of this chapter. It's gonna rock your world. So how do you draw night. A god you release your own. You say lord i renounced self-government show me areas that i missed and trust him to show you. If god doesn't show you proceed forward with what you know for example. I don't need god. The tell me that guy on the left row if got i've already got a green light. Go into the world and preach the gospel. I got green light. I'm not sitting at a red light waiting for a green light. That's how people treat you. Don't have a red light to pray for the sick. You have a green light now you need to say what do you believe in for. You need to agree with them. But you've already got a green light you've already got a green light to share your faith amen. But people gotta read like i'm just waiting on god. He's waiting on you as you say. Listen if god doesn't show you he's going to have to make it clear to me or i'll miss it. Amen aright praise the lord so so so to curse the curse involves removing the influence of god. Now go back to james chapter four verse eight quickly and then i'm gonna show you a couple of other verses so if god's already with me how do i draw. Night got i. How do i join myself with him. I come into agreement with him. Amos chapter three verse. Three says can to walk. Walk walk together except they being agreement. that's what he's talking about. Look at philippians. four verse. Nine flip means four verse nine. We won't go there but you can also see second corinthians thirteen verse eleven look flipping four verse nine those things which have both learned and received and heard and seen in me paul speaking do prado practice and the god of peace shall be with you. Wait a minute. I thought he was already with me. See this is the problem in the body of christ. Yes you're saved by grace through faith. It's not about your merit at all. But there's certain things you do in response to that. We have a vertical relationship with god and a horizontal relationship in this world. Second peter chapter one verse five on down talks about seven things that you add to your faith and besides this giving all diligence add your faith virtue to virtue knowledge knowledge temperance attempts patients patience godliness brotherly kindness the brotherly kindness charity for these things. Being you in about they make you that she should neither be barren nor in the knowledge of our lord jesus christ but he that lacks these things. He's blind he can't see far off and he's forgotten that he was purged from his old sins. So he says if you do these things you will not be banned or unfruitful and the knowledge of our lord. Jesus christ adding to your faith that sound not talking about adding legalism to your faith. I'm talking about adding these virtues to your faith walk one of them being self control right. I mean i just say anything i want. I just say what's on my mind. Because i'm just i'm honest person. No you're an idiot. You don't say things that hurt people. Amen nobody here. I mean this is all for somebody. That'll get the cd and twenty twenty eight or whatever all right. So he's saying. Do these things and god will be with you. But he's with me all the time he's with positionally but listen if i don't cooperate with him he'll let me do it in my own strength and i can walk in a curse that removes the influence of god in my life amen. All right now go to Boy yes go to go along. Just gonna read on james chapter four verse. Eight james four. We're just gonna read on. I'm not gonna do all that. Draw near to god. And he will you watch this cleanse your hand. G centeno about their cleanse your hands e centers he's talking to believers and purify your heart. She double minded. What now remember the context. That's what we went up to verse one on down but in verse four says you adulterous and adulteresses. You have to be in a marriage to commit adultery on your spouse right. We married to god through. Jesus we are the bride of christ correct right. And he's saying. Listen if you're gonna cheat on me cleanse your handy city talking about in your relationship. He's not saying you're still not married to god but klenge hanje sinners purify your hearts. You double minded. He's talking about your relationship. Your walk walking this life move on next verse. Be afflicted and mourn and weep. Stop rejoicing at this situation. It's not cool. Stop partying up. If you're cheating on your cheating on your spouse let your laughter be turned to mourning and your joy to heaviness. look in the next verse. Here's what he's talking about humble yourself in the side of the lord and he shall lift you up. That's what he's saying he's saying. Don't rejoice in this situation of of giving your to the world wanting the world stamp of approval more than god's stamp of approval paulsen and glaciers chapter. one verse. ten. For do i not persuade men or god or do i seek placement for yet please men i should not be the servant of christ if i'm gonna put what other people think above what god thinks i'm not the servant of christ and then jesus all this one blows me away. John five forty four. Jesus said this he said how can you believe which receive honor one of another and seek not the honor that comes from god only. Wow my word if that's your heart new all your whole desire is the honor that comes from god. Only you're on the right path. But chris you don't understand it's been difficult. You're on the right path. That's why it's been difficult. Stop giving in the side of the. We'll i found the will of god now. Things are going to be easy street wrong. You've just senator war but you're on the right path and you just stay the course by the grace and power of god you let him stir you up and stir your hope if you would've told me at the beginning of all this that it was going to be this hard number one. I wouldn't have believed you number two. I would've thought well maybe for you but non me guess who would have been wrong but guess what. It's the best thing of all you know. I sit there and think. Yesterday i was in god's perfect will for my life. Wow today so far. I'm in god's perfect wolf is best of my understanding. If i'm not he's got to show me if he don't show me. I'm in this perfect. We'll see we make it too hard. We make the leading of god gross. Yeah i need you to go to the left. You walk to the right thank you. It's not that hard. God's always leading me he's always leading you. Stay in the word and you know well if it was really god than this would happen. No it'll happen when you're ready. God knows you don't have to carry the weight of glory to god ilya cleanse angie sinners purify hearts. Let me show you this. This is amazing versus scripture example. Second corinthians chapter seven verse one please. This is powerful. Having their for these promises promises we saw that and second corinthians one twenty right having the promises dearly. Beloved thank you. let us cleanse ourselves. What from the filthiness of the flesh and spirit. Wow this is getting out of control perfecting or allowing holiness or concentration to come to maturity in the fear of god. Isn't that amazing. But what is he talking about as he's talking about. I gotta clean myself up. No leave it in context. Backup the verse. Fourteen of chapter six. It's all in context. Here be he not an equally yoked together with unbelievers. And let me tell you what an unbeliever is. Well it's an atheist right well. But that's not really what he's talking about he's talking about people that relate to god outside of christ relating to god based on their merit. I mean it can take all different forms. I'm not minimizing that. But i'm saying there's a lot of unbelieving believers. Can you hear that. They talk about jesus but see they think. Christianity is about keeping the rules to be right with god. It's not it's about putting your faith completely in jesus which will change you and you'll bring forth fruit. You'll walk in love your walk in those things that are available to you. But he's telling you how to cleanse yourself from all the filthiness of the flash which is the outward and of the spirit which is the inward attitude in this context. He's saying starting being on an equally yoked together with unbelievers for what fellowship being yoked with an unbeliever involves fellowship. Not just an association. Can you see that what fellowship had righteousness or being in tune with god with unrighteousness for example. If you're a married man or woman. Sam married man and i start hanging out with people even professing believers that are always cutting down marriage. That's gonna have an effect on me man if you don't smoke and you're hanging you go someplace where people are smoking. You smell like you smolt. If you're around a campfire you smell like a campfire. So viele ship. This is why i listen. I i say that you have to hear my heart in this. I love people that love the lord that really love god. Because i'm telling you it's the difference. God will not force himself on you or me or anybody else. And he's only going to if you don't want him he'll love you and if you're born again you'll go to heaven but you're missing out on a whole lot. There's going to be. Tears wiped away in heaven when people see what god wanted to do through them and they stopped it because they were more concerned about their creature comforts and what people thought of them shared the story at cares yesterday in cincinnati. I'm debating whether shared again. I'll be vague. But god's really dealing with my heart because he wants me to think bigger and he wants you to think bigger because he wants you to think in line with him and not you he wants you to think in line with who he is in you and not just you but but god was started working on my heart and and this is one of those things i had where they're in the body or out of the body. I could not tell. I don't know if i was waking up. I don't know when it happened but it was very real and in this vision. See i used to say this. I'm gonna. I'm gonna tell you something. I used to say that. God's correcting me anybody corrected. I used to say this man. If i was a big time. Preacher and somebody gave me a high dollar car. I would sell it and say no. I just wanna toyota or honda or something nice. I said that and thinking that that's being you know a good humble heart and would base it on giving none offense that the ministry be not blamed. I think that's second corinthians six three but in this vision dream or however it happened. I don't know somebody gave my wife. And i a real high dollar car and i was freaking ono. No no we can't. And i knew in this thing that took it off. I did not take it. They would be offended. And i said yes. Lord i'll take it. What are people gonna think jimmy crack. Corn no i care about what people think. I don't wanna be a blemish on on the gospel but you know there's nothing wrong with preachers being blessed and it's wrong for me to think so little of my awesome god that if somebody wanted to do something like i'm not saying that anybody gets me a car. Please don't hear that i'm not. I'm saying that to illustrate how we limit god in our heart. My wife and i have been pran. We take hands and we prayed lord. We're we take the limits off your lord. We don't know what that all means but we're doing it but you know what it means and then shortly there. I have this vision or dream. I don't know what it was literally. I don't know whether i was in the body alabama. I don't know how it happened. I don't know if i was waking up. If i was i don't know but it was very real to me and god was showing me my heart and how small i think of him and a friend of mine who operates in the prophetic told me he said it's really not about the vehicle he said it's about your heart because god this my friend says this too. He says everybody thinks money don't matter until they get into ministry. Oh bless gone. And the devil loves that because if if the ministries impoverished things can get done i know there's been abuses but we're not talking about abuses. We're talking about what god says. So be not unequally yoked together with unbelievers for what fellowship athritis unrighteous. What communion has light with darkness. Next verse concurred have crisis. Or what agreement has christ with the devil. What part he that with with an infidel an unbeliever the temple of god. You're the temple gone with idols for ye. There he says it for your the living. God has got us it. I will dwell in them and walk in them. And i will be their god and they shall be my people next verse where for come out from among them be separate saith the lord touch not the unclean thing and i will receive. You thought he already received me. This is talking about drawing nigh to god your hands cleansing your walk next verse and i will be a father union. She'll be my sons and daughters. Say at the lord god almighty next chapter seven verse one. It's all in context. That's the end of chapter. Six having ceased stay. He's not done talking. Having their for these promises dearly beloved let us cleanse ourselves from all the filthiness of the flesh which is the outward association and the spirit which is the inward connection perfecting hotta deceptive situation. They've come out but the situation still in them. We come out of legalism. Legalism is still in us. I grew up in particular church. I've come out of that church but that church can still be me. That's what he's saying he says you've got these promises. Klenge yourself through the word of god allowing the spirit of god to make it real to you of all the filthiness of the out word association the flesh and the inward connection through the spirit. And you'll perfect holiness. And what god wants to do in your life through the fear of god amen. So that's what he's talking about. James chapter four verse eight through ten purify your hearts it says in james chapter four verse eight through ten purify your heart purify hearts go to revelation fourteen and we will land here. We will land here revelation chapter fourteen. And i looked. And lo i lamb stood on mount sinai or mount zion with him one hundred and forty four thousand. No those are not jehovah's witnesses. Don't get me started. Having his father's name written in their foreheads next verse. And i heard a voice from heaven as the voice of many waters. Many waters out of revelation. Seventeen is lots of people. And as the as the voice of a thunder and the voice of harpers harping with their harps next verse and they sung as it were a new song before the throne before the living creatures. I hate the king. James and that there should be living creatures and the elders. No man could learn that song. One hundred forty four thousand which were redeemed from the earth. Next verse these are they which were not defiled with women. No watch this see. This is not talking about physically. This is a spiritual situation. Babylon has many daughters. Now watch this. These are they which were not defiled with women for they are virgins. These are they which follow the lamb with her so ever or wherever he goes. These were redeemed from among men being the first fruits unto god into the land. This is symbolic language. It's talking about being dedicated to god. It's those who have cleansed themselves from all the filthiness of the flesh and spirit perfecting holiness and the fear of god. Let me show it to you. A second corinthians eleven to second corinthians eleven to you guys are so good back there for paul. This god says paul speaking here for god says i'm jealous over you with godly jealousy. Remember that we talked about that the spirit that dwells in us. Europe is over us. He doesn't want to share with the world for a spouse to you to one husband that i may present you as they chase virgin to christ so in revelation fourteen. He's not talking about people that are not married in virgins. That's not what he's talking about. he's talking about. They do not whore around with the world. They're dedicated to god. They've cleanse themselves of all the filthiness of the flesh and spirit and now as a fruit. They have their fruit under holiness roman. Six twenty two. They're perfecting holiness in the reverence and fear of almighty god. Amen man but it comes by. Listen i see so many people do this. Jesus is their hobby. He's not their life. You're not going to find him when he's your hobby you'll find him when i say lord i don't understand there's so many things i don't understand but i'm telling you i understand the know enough to know that he is the way the truth and the life and no man comes to the father but by him. I understand enough to know that whatever is looking for whoever one is looking for is in him but so much of the world like the old southern rock song used to say. They're looking for love and places they really are. And god is the love they're looking for he is the fulfillment. They're looking for amen. But we have to. We have to understand he. God's not sheriffs with the ideas of the world. He loves us. He gives us richly all things to enjoy. I enjoy many things that that's wonderful but they're not my joy hase mind joy i realize man. There's nothing in this world. There's really not. I pull up these songs. You got a pardon me. Because they're saying everywhere summer christian some are not. This one is a christian song. I think of the old audio adrenaline song. You who remembers the song scum sweetheart. Anybody thank you. i'll try already. You're my scum sweetheart and your though world and you broke my heart scum sweetheart. It's kind of a blues type song but it's the truth people think they're going to find it out there. They're not it's in him and when you go in him when you go out into the world you find pasture and you make a difference you live for the purpose you were designed to live for without. Jesus there's no purpose trying to get all we can get. Can we get sit on the can an and we live unfulfilled lives. Hey man praise god. You're blessed we will land the plane holly luhya give the lord of hand. Amen thank you anybody here from the prayer team. I have you come up. I wanna pray for you. I wanna i wanna stretch your hands brandon. I just bless you in the name of jesus. You're such a blessing to me and i. You're a blessing to the lord. I released the life of christ into every day of your life. I speak physical health strength. I speak wisdom supernatural holy ghost wisdom my brother and jesus name amen and bill i bless you in the name of jesus christ nazereth. You are blessed. What you're doing. A cr is awesome. Awesome in your faithfulness is just starting to. I'm just seeing the fruition of your faithfulness. And i just speak continued strength. Continue blessing in your life in every single area in jesus name clarity direction clarity and direction. We hear god amen. If there's anybody here and you have a need that you want prayed about these folks will pray for. I will pray for you if it's a physical healing. Everybody say this. God wants me well. Hey man. I've been meditating on this. I can't say it's my heart yet. But i'm i'm allowing the holy spirit to take it there as i see. Jesus i think wait a minute lord if i get this in my heart the only way i can be sick as if jesus can be sick. Oh i don't know if. I can believe that we'll see. I know what. I believe it here. But it's not about believing in here. It's about getting here amen. And when we get it here works amen. God loves you are man. Praise the lord.

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Operation Reinvention With Scott and Joi

The Daily Boost

1:05:01 hr | 2 years ago

Operation Reinvention With Scott and Joi

"Aw. Let me ask you a question. What if summertime rolled around twenty nineteen and you decided that you had a goal stale, track Lockyer sites in and do everything you could accomplish goal of the next ninety days. One of was possible truly possible. To reinvent yourself. Good news. It is. Greatness is not biz. Wonderful. Esoteric elusive. God like feature that only the special among us will ever taste. You know, it's something that truly exists and all of us, it's very simple. This is what I believe, and I'm willing to die for. The only thing that I see that is distinctly different. About me is I'm not afraid to die on a treadmill. You might have more talented me. You might be smarter than the have we get on the treadmill together. This two things you're getting off. I arm going to die. I've never really viewed myself as particularly talented where I excel is. Ridiculous sickening work ethic. You know, while the other guy sleeping, I'm working, but other guys eating work. I want my light. I want my, my work my family. I wanted to mean something, and it's like it has if you're not making someone else's life better than you're wasting your. That's awful statement. He can't sue the people don't know you're here yet. Okay. So she's not say anything. I have lived in three all nearly died on the treadmill. Because joy has the same work ethic, that wills mythos. She will watch her husband keel over on a treadmill. And she won't even pick me up. You won't even give me more you won't do anything to help me to sleep there in the pilot smash you're not here, yet you have not been introduced. Standing tall. Dewan awarded. The mode. And we are back finally for the first time, too, you have not been in the studio for how long now I can't remember when we stopped, but it's been quite a while, we've been here. You vacuum the floors and things before you come clean on the on the actual show. Has it been a year has a nearly year round? Eared is art high. Everybody's we Scott. That's joy over there. We'll talk about her just a second here, and this is a brand new show that we're calling operation reinvention, it takes for the summertime and will probably continue beyond that. But it's all about weight loss getting shape, and feeling. Great. So while we're going to really work on mindset, we're going to run some of things I think you probably agree with me. That, that the mindset and that dedication like Will Smith just talking about actually work ethic is probably more important than just about anything. You think if you don't have that you won't have the result? Joyce back. Okay. So we want to learn a little bit about joy ready said, well, what's, because a lot of folks have come on, we've grown double or something. Talking to someone about Eissa gen-x and note was Loren Loren Loren realize that, oh, some of these folks, don't know me because I haven't been on the rate on their show for long two different things and. The show has doubled in size in the past twelve months, and we're up about fifty six percent on the tune side and the membership site. Absolutely just double into months now about the time, I actually think, for the longest time the reason to doubled was kicked off the damn show. Probably probably. To bring you back. I went without meat. You happy to be done there. Does he goes up here goes, blah, blah, blah? But. Leave me alone. Yeah, I just come up back. You my ruins. So what I thought we do properly interests with vacuum. You make me sound like that guy like the nineteen fifties husband, Honey. I'm home within dinner. She and since it's twenty nine thousand joy says it box. Hellofresh. Right. Or bucks ice Jennings. Kind of all I eat these once a week. All joy joy. So, so people don't know really what you're all about. So I thought I thought I would of like maybe help them a little bit. Okay. Chill? She comes down. Milan filled with Amazon and women. Try the Amazonian women is right? She's tall, she's strong. She's fierce she was forged from the iron. The freeway section of the gym. Too much. That was pretty cool, actually. I wish I could be that the dauntless there but. A man or woman man. No. No. Character. He man woman. From the dark side of the city. Bush's on the shadows. Between likely gymnasium. A yoga spot very likely an organic health food store. She's you change your life. One calorie at a time that should. Okay. Little extreme little extreme. Yeah. I'm like in the middle of the road there. Always with a smile owner face always upbeat, always perking. It's like a gay. It's like a Vanna, white without the Vano white. It's like the van wide without the it's like Vanna without what's his name? Mcgovern. What you guys full. Ireland. Listen. I'll tell you what. Enough mess around. There is only one possible way to introduce joy on today's program. Happy. Happy. Thank you. Everybody and renting sippy, too. Here's what we're going to be. We get into summertime. All the cool people had motivation. We've got calmer playing along. We're in tell you how to get involved till you how you can get on the Facebook group tell you how to coaching calls all that kind of stuff that you can do. And it is it is really something, we're gonna do the summer in terms of setting a goal and I've decided to it myself and run down this path by myself. I my daughter for consecutive me back, sabotage me. She did not. Okay. So that's what we're going to do here. We're going to be going about the summertime. The whole goal is like I said, it's a weight loss feeling great. It's a, a summer about about getting in shape, whatever that means to to you. But, but let's say this, that, that you really kinda you kinda have to wanna do you want to lose some weight cake. And getting in other words, you gotta go to work and do it. Okay. Yeah. Right. So if you wanna play along with the Al get involved than this is not the place to be. We are seriously going after this on my stated goal is thirty pounds. Yep. In the next ninety days that's really doable for guy now. Now, by the way, if I lose thirty pounds described everybody how you going to look at your husband. Being hot it back to being a hottie back guy. Going. Thirty pounds, less will be more of a hide any. Twenty. The better Billy here's a belly. So you wrote it making a wish the. Yeah. Your wish. All right. So I'm gonna do that. I've been starting. I did cheat a sorta weaker early and did really, really well in the my daughter had a it was a pre K. Graduation thing for ally is almost six. Yeah. It'd be six this next week p p k graduates vk, and they had guessing Oun's graduating from kindergarten. The hot about taking the fun out of the real thing. It went over there and Carlin is on a diet as, as museum. So she's a tad. Come on over enjoys busy that day doing all Pakistan. And so I went over there. And suddenly, she said, we're going to go out to lunch. I said where you're gonna go. She said golden corral. My whole life. I think I've been golden crowd. Once I was about thirty years ago. I don't think she's ever been. And she'd never been is like what they never I never knew of them going to golden cross is my why there and they go. Yeah. The golden cross a buffet did nothing wrong. But it's pathetic. So I walked, and it was a really traumatic day for me because I walked in the door. And as I'm getting there, ready, and they the, the cashier turns my daughter, and she says, so it's going to be to adult to child of free, and a senior, I say. A senior the senior discount. Yeah. And she said, well, I figured she should offer. And what do you say, see you just qualified because you have a daughter and grandkids? What it was the belly. Yeah. Giveaway certainly go in there. Now, my first rule we have rules of the buffet. Right. So this is the first rul probably have motivation move is life is the minute, you, we believe that life begins when you move right? You fix a lot by moving. I wanna say moving could be physical could be intellectual could be emotional. Let me take back the intellectual y'all. You can't think yourself out of this problem. You got to move your ass. Okay. That's how it has to be. So we have to move. I one is the second thing that happens immediately after you say, I'm gonna move what happens. If you're gonna move but gets in the way. Oh, yeah. Arado depress you up on this. We got all these people in the world. They know that my wife doesn't know that Africa down. They're paying attention Packers. Okay. So life gets in the way right away. And one life gets in now. Why life can get in the way in a good. This is the confusing part this with Finney epiphany fun to say, I'm always saying life gets in the way. And, and most people take it as a negative thing like I have good intentions, and then something happens. Right. That's what they think is. But I think most people get in trouble when good things happen. Good things getting away, because have you ever noticed that the very many, you decide to go tonight, lose way, a party shows up? Can't miss out on a party. It always happens that way, the minute you decided tonight and shape up, catering comes into the office. Doughnuts. Young lady out there in California, and she's an IT operation there. And she said, well, it's catered here, by the way, the minute, she said that lunch breakfast, lunch catered, I knew she was San Francisco. That's what they do. They feed them. They're really, they do. They do not a lot of companies do feed people. And the reason they do it is to keep you in the office. The as very difficult that happens. You know, the very minute you started diet, somebody bringing donuts in. That's all there is to it free. Food is happening. And of course, holiday show up and more free food happens, then you go down to the vending machine, and they have a brand new flavor of pop tart in there. It always happens in my case, I end up at golden corral. So the rule of the buffet is what remember we talked about this years ago. You mean I go check out all of what's available on the buffets hope it out? That's right. Over Coniston's run. That's right. You sit down just start in start putting stuff on your plate. You have to go. Check out what's on the buffet. Because every calorie counts you gotta make sure you get the right ones. I will tell you one of things to do is actually avoid the crowds. The crowds are that's the bad food. That's bad usually. So she drives me in here and what I made a salad. And I was so good. And you told me you yell at me for my salad. That's not as it had green stuff on it at drip. It puts them blue cheese on it. And then I put elaine's. I I love eggs on. I love croutons, and I love bacon. Other than the lettuce, there's no one there vegetables on your salad, if it were potato before loaded. Have you seen how many calories if you take a potato and you go, Texas roadhouse, we go to I potato Texas road has about three hundred sixty calories, they had big potatoes data? If you fully load that potato do you know what it does to the calorie, count, ain't Maitha double? God, I missed you double your read my mind. Maybe we're reading this calorie counts and potatoes. So I get my salad and eat Mus alad couldn't fill them pretty good because I'd cleanse couple days before the planet was awesome. And then I said, okay, I chicken, little broccoli. Like. A little deep fried okra, not a whole lot, but I've been cleansing, that's kind of cool sit there for a little bit. And they're their fifth plate now. They're jolt just going through the plate. And I'm like, okay, well, let me go. I'm gonna take one more run at the buffet. And this time I got one little plate, sending will pick up a couple of things. I think we've got like you know whether were pizza pizza tater tots onion rings. Yeah. Face, I will basket of French fries. Warmer fat guy living in a relatively thin body kicks in again. If you've been there that wouldn't happen. Yeah. Like I can tell you what to do. You can't. What you would give me the look, maybe you, you only if you had said gonna be, I'm going to go to golden corral, and I'm gonna stay on my diet. Now, if you say that, then obviously, I'm going to support you in your endeavors. Okay. So then, you know, I'm going to say, hey, at that you're going to stay on your diet. So the bad news is I didn't quite make my goal good news. I did good. Did it? Okay. Four point five total. We stayed home for dinner. We didn't go out for years to shake for that evening, just replaces. So you felt face. I little bit that happened, but four and a half ounce. The first week now it really doesn't matter because I cheat in started week early. So it doesn't matter. So I could mess up, whatever I wanted to and I'm still ahead of the game. Right. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. A by I mean as long as you're Lizzy way, you know, so, so the number one rule is you, you decide that life begins when you move, and you gotta make a change, you got to commit to it to do that. And then go out and do it and expect that life is going to get away something's happening, even the good stuff. And so when I even know this, like I think you'll right there. I don't think I know you did when you lose weight when you when you're on a diet and you get off track. What's the first thing you do get back onto right back on track? I think it's very common for people to fall off on Thursday or some starting on Monday. Do that, you know, erratic if your fall off at lunchtime than just started inner fall of dinner start at breakfast. And this is just a behavior modification that we have to have here that changes where you think that's how it has to be now. What will happen is the more the more you kinda stumbling bubble. I'm okay doing that because I think that a lot of times our minds. It's not quite, we didn't I didn't see that coming. Didn't expect it and it just kind of arrived. I was ready for. And of course, I'm trying to factor it in a work done just human like everybody else. But. Well, not like you're not human. Well, and, but this is something happened. So the trick is, is to catch it and knowledge it and get back on track. And the more you do that. The more you have these solid goals. The more you get which one, right? Thank I think, so. I with. Okay. All right. So let me give you a little bit information on operation reinvention. And so, you guys know how to use some of things we're going to be doing over there. Then we'll get back in some other things. One big question coming up this week, because of I'm doing the thirty day weight loss program, and you're very familiar with that we've been doing what five years now all the result is amazing. And people say, why are you doing it? And I said, well, the reason is this because I don't work. I've seen it work. It's healthy. It tastes good. It's easy. It's brain dead, simple. Do it lose weight. Do it loosens it. That's why I'm doing it. And we've had a lot of people say, I don't wanna do that is still work with you. The coach you can be in our group. Absolutely be in a group. But if you wanna work with directly coaching you need to be on the same plan. Why is that? Why am I so adamant about that? Joy because you're doing I suggest since. Oh, if you wanna be in a group, you need to be on ice in general. Pretty simple to get revenge. Reinvention you can be some of you want you. But if you wanna work with me directly as a coach, you're gonna have to do that. And here's why you become like you hang out about the people you hang around with you do. And plus, like I said, I've made the choice. I know orcs is a tool. I, I went to my tool chest and I pulled out. I know this works. I've had people in the past weeks. Eight Scott, I'm gonna go my own. I'm gonna do it my way and I still wanna work with you. I don't want to I don't wanna spend my personal time on that because I already know it works, I'm doing this, and I just don't frankly want the distraction of it again, in the group of support you on the show support. You really any diet, you stick to is going to is going to turn a work if it's something that you can stick to it. And it works for you. That's fine. So let me let me just be really clearly understand it. I you're welcome in the group to have you there. And I really was support you and you will support them in every saying it, however, there was a small group of people that are doing exactly what I'm doing. They are working telephone calls. We're working separately with them. And you can do that. You have to send a note to Scott at motivation of moved Heli you'd like to do the jenex plan, and do exactly step by step what I'm doing and get my support to do that. Come on. And let's go, let's mayor and everybody else. I will support you. But please understand if you really want success in life, the first thing you need to really do is use the tools that work. Don't question. It don't reinvent the wheel don't play around with it, if you were such a success. It me included if I were already success, I just do stuff that hasn't been working again and not be success again, right? All those words around and putting the. But like I said, if I'm just doing what works, and that is it. And this is the fastest quickest easiest way. I don't care what you're doing. You wanna make my you wanna fix your house, you wanted to anything fast quickest way simply choose the tool that works wrap your head around get the mindset in place. Set your goals, and go dune allow anybody to pull you off track, and I can tell you, I've done the so long now that there were people that will try to pull me off track. So, again, if you wanna work with me with the accent, Scott motivation, come do right now we're gonna run on a spots. Now, let me go back in time to so little bit. We've been together how many decades now. We have a decade we've been married eleven years. Well. A decade. That's crazy stuff the long long time. So when we started out when motivation, we've started with a lot of people don't know, is a started as a as a health, as a weight loss and fitness concern when we met, I had just barely got this going and motivation is all about losing weight, getting in shape. We added the daily boost in a little you were here in the database was in. I think I think join us you're right at the very beginning shero passed away. And when shirl passed away, then I started the business joy, admit joy. And so you're here really from the whole from the very beginning, but the personal development kind of took off. But the core what we've always done has been. You've got to be healthy. I and we all go up and down. Hang on. You don't go up and down. What's your, your Rangers six pounds? Yeah. I pretty much stay within the same five pound range, no matter what I do. Now Joyce about consistent. I am very consistent with my food and exercise because let's talk about that. Because I believe in something called a default, default diet default workout, a default, anything it doesn't really matter and the concept behind a default diet. Which is why I'm doing what I'm doing is that no one I'm going to eat. I know exactly what it is. I know that I like it. I know that in a pinch of get hungry. I'm going to go after it. That's what I'm going to do. I'm not going to go and so what's the pantry nothing here? Let me go to WalMart and find something to do that. So you're like that. You're very ritualistic. You have a default for everything. I pretty much eat almost the same thing every day, except for dinners. You really do. I do at the same time snack. Same time of the day. Same breakfast. I can't try to get away from my same breakfast. And I just like my well, let's do this. Let's go. So, so let's accept the default i-it and you're talking about somebody really have to take this to heart because joy a ton of food a lot. But I eat healthy, I don't eat hardly any junk, I don't she doesn't. I don't I don't eat junk, I love fruit on my gosh. Watermelon season. And Finally, I can eat watermelon myself. I don't eat a lot of sweets. Or anything I love them. If in my house is not a good thing. I don't keep them in my house. Them. That's just hide them. I do. So anyway, joy has we'll talk about the diet here that I wanna talk about her fitness routine a little bit. I'll tell you what I'm doing here as well until you what my plan is one thing I did four years. I logged my food for four years. So that gives me a really good idea of how much I'm eating calories four years. I it. Okay. So I don't anymore. Well, and here's I recommend that for years, people, one of the first things that we work with somebody say you wanna lose weight. We said what you now they don't know. Yeah. You don't know they don't know. And so we say well lock it for a week. And so, you know, just log it for a week and you should do this. If if you're going to go on a diet, log, your food for a week so you really have an idea and it's amazing people don't have any damage calories. And you've got to measure, if you don't have a scale if you're logging is pointless, if so, so what we're doing taking a bit of an inventory, or deciding that, okay? I'm going to lose weight. I've got to get a baseline. I gotta know what I'm eating. I have to know exactly where I am. I don't know where am. I can't go anywhere. It's going to the mall and I don't I don't know how to get. Victoria's Secret for you. It's no. It's there and it's probably somewhere near the cookie place. I would imagine that lease motivated, smart really smart put next to the brownie place, seeking God. I, I go to the directories as your here. Here and I can find Victoria secret and the cookie place. Okay. So we have to know that when we're when we're starting with into where we are. It'll salad bags. Have you seen this Alabama's Alan, they get? And if you don't eat them fast enough bags this out of the get old Brown achey. Yeah. Bags of cookies. Don't do that. So we get a baseline and we know where we are with things take a bit of an inventory. Then we'd go into the diet plan. And we start we start eating and we stay in that. Now it's real simple proposition my for my goal in weight, the very first goal at ever, tell anybody is. I say number one goal let's stop gaining weight. Yeah. That is very helpful. It is. It's harder than you think for, like people. Right. It really is. So I say, let's stop gaining weight, and then we'll maintain and once he maintained, we can take an inventory, we can figure out what's going to work best for us. How you're maintaining than you can take away from it for losing. Then we're going to drop into the plan, when I say diet, a lot of Altay diet on hell you do go on everything you do is diet. Listen, if most of the what you hear on the internet, and most of what these people are telling you telling you to do about diets and if that were true. What eighty ninety percent of the population of America wouldn't be fat bottom line, so it doesn't you're gonna reduce it. You're going to have a different kind of diet. It's a diet. Like we have my dogs on a diet. I cats on a diet, you're on a diet. I'm on a it's a different kind of diet. Right. So we're going to figure out what we're eating what we're going to eat. What's the goal the goal is to stay consistent on something that's gonna take toward our ultimate outcome, which is found you. And that's a bigger minds thing. We'll talk about that here in just a second. So with that in mind. Joy having track your calories for years, used to be skinny fat, when I met, you kind of a cardio Queen did a lot of credit weightlifting. She got into physique bodybuilding, right? And bikini and stuff. We she did that for a little while kind of stopped around. It's been about five years ago, hit fifty years old became the only competitor. Fifty really truly. Here's the thing you get up there. The bodybuilding shows and the thirty and forty year old women are up. There's Iraq two year old gets there. Good for you. And the truth is you did like you do still look fantastic. But can you compare against somebody who's hot rock and thirty seven year old body really hard? It's hard. But I see the hot rock and thirty seven year old men and women look at the twenty three year old minimum goal caught which there. Right. And we all know there, there's lucky they haven't got. That's all that is to right by the way, my word of advice for any of you in your twenties right now. Any of you? If you're twenty and you have wait on it get enough. Now, you'll never get easier to take it off take off right now. And you got a whole life ahead of you. I gotta tell you, when you are in shape, and when you're vibrant, and when you look really, really sharp you stand out opportunity comes your way, if you're over forty and you're over fifty this is just a rotten ugly darn truth. People look at you differently. They do if you go for a job interview, and you're over fifty and you got fifty or sixty pounds on you at the guy walk into the you're already disadvantage, because you're over fifty and people were fifty are not getting tired. These days you walk. In and there's another guy who's thirty five or forty or forty five who's tight. Another woman who's in great shape, who's taking care of themselves. And you can see that you are at a disadvantage, whether it's legal or not right or not you're at disadvantage. And so what you wanna do you want to be at an advantage. So it's so easy because we start with diet diet is king or cut his, Queen is what you like to say. Right. Diet is king, because we're eating about Twenty-one meals a week, how many times the most people work out a week. To be three to and really work out really work. Not really. They don't. How can we tell that? Because if you go to the gym you see the same people year to year of look exactly the same have the same weight on them. We're not trying to be, you know, trying to be mean here at all. But this is real observational motivation. And I have no desire, notice, I to placate anybody. Now, I'm sitting this is how it works or it doesn't work, right? To be nice. We're gonna support you're gonna take every step of the way. But the truth is, if you fall face first into a double pepperoni pizza on a Friday night and start complaining on money that you didn't lose weight. I'm gonna real it right. Back to you and say guess what do because you didn't lose it. You did something. Now, there are lots of secrecy with him as Virat issues, things like that. All come into play off them all of them will be better if you lose the weight at right and it's possible to lose weight. No matter. What's going way here? So many thing fixed for losing the way. Yeah. So joy, does a her. So let's talk about your diet, like you should eat the thing about every single day. Yeah. So it starts to get up at five thirty in the morning. And then you have something it's the same thing for, I've never seen have another breakfast. What are you eating? Let's see. So I do an omelet with one whole AIG and some Guedes. I do spinach and mushrooms and coconut oil that I cook it in. I do a bowl of the instant oatmeal, and I add berries to it, and then I do one frozen waffle. How many calories is? Oh, it's a room four hundred. It's depends. Yeah. It just. Yeah. About four hundred every single morning. Clockwork. Which is I do every morning you can go down and get a bagel DACA donuts eight hundred calories. It's good. But it's not what you eat. So she has that and she's often run into the gym. We'll talk about that a minute here. And then you have you have snacks in the morning, right? You have some kind of snack if I'm at the gym, I do some, some bars just get a protein bar or something. I usually keep it anywhere between one hundred and two hundred calories because I've eaten so early and usually by ten o'clock, Hungary's nine you have a bar after the gym, or if I'm at home. It might be a handful of nuts. I always eat fruit mid morning too. I have some grapes, or some watermelon, just depends on the time of the year. So lunchtime lunchtime rolls around Joey twelve thirty one and it's been nothing but a salad. This is my new thing. I get those own, like fresh express salads, and they have all the different lane. The blue cheese and all the different types of salads, and I take it, and I divide it into two meals all the ingredients, and then I add my own stuff to it so add more veggies. I'll add radishes carrots cucumbers tomatoes, and put whatever protein lately, I've been doing black beans. Do you get away from so much meat or I'll put deli meat in it or something? And that's my protein, and that's my meal. So, you know, sometimes when I'm having a regular lunch and this, I bring this up because a lot of a lot of women, it's very, very common from the have to fix food for my kids your kid. And so she'll say you wanna sandwich, right? And she's not going to force me the salad now. He doesn't like salads. We're going through this day. Let's let's talk about what I do. Joy gets up in the morning at you'll have what she had for breakfast. And right now, my current plan of attack. I have some onyx which is kind of a tonic days that really do energy, feel great reduces, stress all kinds of stuff like that. And then I have shake, and I'll shake, it's replacement shake, and it's about what two hundred sixty to forty calories, but it's pretty amazing because it sticks with me for about three hours on a big guy. Bigeye bodies. What I'm saying you know what I mean? But that's what I do. And now I have that I typically get to work. I work out at the gym a little bit later. We'll talk about that as well in the morning if I if I get hungry in the middle of the morning, I'm going to do a couple of things and I might have a couple of pieces of watermelon if it's around, it's good stuff. I will likely grab a some kind of snack, that's not necessarily of me, but I'm really really common for me to grab a handful of nuts. And that's it keeping mixed nuts around. That's. Worked out really, well, very satisfying and just hold you over longer than other, then we get into lunchtime Joyce, had her her lunch meal. I am probably working out around that time now. Why do to shakes day? And that's just the plan. That's the point that truth is that because I am working brand Tana calories, and I'm not a big fan of burning the calories that you just earned that you just burnt right? Adding the back end. Yes. However, when you're on a deficit, I'm on it. You gotta have some more. So I go up another two forty. I either have another bar or shake that's going to be the second one for the day and sometime in the middle of the day. So it's begin the morning, the middle of the day. Now we're done you get your lunch. And you have another snack at about what time about three thirty about I'm sorry. You watched by by about three thirty or four o'clock. And you think you do being at butter and rice cake? So I'll do plain rice cake, and put peanut butter on it. And that's usually, I may have some more fruit. And that's my after news neck, I will have somewhere around that time. I'm either going to get grab nuts agai you them all day long. But this one I'm looking for that other shake. And I haven't had he has come up four clock nine where before I'm one of the three thirty four les originally do because it spaces out throughout the day. And I know dinner's going to be maybe six or seven and so I'm kind of pushing myself closer to dinner. All right. So at five o'clock I knew it's near dinnertime, because joy goes into kitchen, it's literally right to that moment. Thirty or TV on for the first time all day long. What's going on the news and goes in the kitchen and starts starts preparing dinner, and we three days a week do hellofresh? That's what we do and use boost eighty as your promo code. Hello. Tell you go to hell. I com slash boost eighty eighty bucks. We've done for years now, three years longtime, so she, we just do it because for all the reasons that we talk about all the time, it's good. It's great. It's simple. It's easy, and, and we split the meal, and it's actually usually fewer calories than I like. The half for dinner on a regular evening. Okay. Let me put it this way. They have calorie wise section. So you can pick what your preferences are. So we get the classic meals which in, because they have vegetarian options and things like that, but then I do the calorie wise. So those meals are under seven hundred calories. So as a typical meal as low as five fifty and his high is about seven twenty and always the range, and so it makes it easy currently, we're gonna take that we split the meal. It's for two for two three days a week for two. And so if you do the math and what I'm eating it's too shakes two hundred and forty galleries throw another bar about two forty that's me. I just anybody who's working out a lot this give himself a few hours, assuming seven fifty so I will lose weight anything under fifteen or sixteen hundred galleries. So that's always my goal. And I just know that and ladies and men, I will tell you this, that if you're not losing weight, it's going to be within Andrea calories that will get the thing going. We just have to dial it in just a little bit. That's part of the part of why we work with people. Get there. So we have our dinner, and I don't usually have too much after that. You, you don't have. Well. The weekends we might do something, but vanilla wafers. You know what they were? I started getting the little mini van. Like grandkids, eat right. It's awesome. Because I could just double. Love myself. Well, I have to my dog like some two, but then about nine thirty at night. I hear joined the. Between nine nine thirty. I'm meeting my snack. Again, this time, it's not this I do not recommend to anybody. He hates cottage cheese. I actually did not like auditees. I've found a way to like cottage cheese. We'll tell you. Renton lies basically. News. You cannot learn everything and different brands cottage cheese taste different to me. So I found the friendship brand, and I like it and the sodium gets really high in cottage cheese. So I actually have gotten used to the no salt, friendship. And it's physically you, can, you can put anything in cottage, cheese and make it either sweet say reward ever, but I usually put in powdered peanut butter like PB fit and. Why eight roping butter when you don't have to just being? Put a little bit of, of, of Lia in it, but is taste like a tree now. Not back in the old days. It was left an aftertaste, but not anymore. The PB fits real popular fitness, shake, and everything you can add the flavor without all the fat. Yeah. Yeah. You can do that. And then the, the stubby stab three popular you go. I never liked the flavors steady, never ever, ever always tell people eat. You try the different brands because he taste a little different. I have one that I like in my coffee, and then I have something else that I use in my oatmeal or other things to sweeten it out. And this, I'm bringing this out, because one thing I say right now is that joy does do a lot spend a lot of time making these decisions. But it didn't happen overnight. No, it was. It was it was. Learning. What worked and what didn't work, and she likened in, like, because a lot of a lot of people will talk me. It's no way. I can get all that stuff. And I know that's why you can't which is to what I do because it's a whole lot easier that way. So. Yeah. So joy has her her evil ugly. College. Jeez food. I time it. Yeah. Because when I was competing I mean, I did food prep. I mean talk about mindset we would go out and have family meals, and I would bring my food. You know. So I've been there done that when I'm eating this is all in eating not eating anything else in a, so I've just learned over time between logging, my food and Wayne, my food. I know what I can eat. And I can since I work out at least, you know, four, I'm working four days a week, I used to be five and six days a week until we moved here. Now, I have to spend time on the outside in the on the property. But I, I know what I can eat. You know what I can get away with quite a bit of calories, because I'm doing a lot she'll do this all day. Seventies we always. So this is a lifestyle. I wanna bring up, it's called living. The lifestyle lifestyle, really, truly is and you. Do that. You can find foods you like there's healthy good food. You just gotta find those after think about it. So again, so why do you want to hear? This is really. When I went into operation reinvention for the summertime as very clear to say, because people have what are you really doing said, well, listen, I m putting health and fitness, I that's what I'm doing. So instead of getting up and seeing, we'll do I have time to work out today? No, I'm gonna work out today. Honestly today. I didn't work out. I went to the chiropractor. The plan was to go the gym and work out. But my back has been knees and yeah. Trying to get through the back issue to surgery is going to fight, but every now and then it will flare up and, and I went to the chiropractor, and amazingly he made it feel better. Yeah. And so, I made I made an executive decision and I really had to work on excuse me, on the show, is that okay? No, I decided that, you know what he was gentle, and he got it to feel better nicely. And I walked out of there feeling different. And, you know, I'm not gonna go to the gym antagonize it I'm just gonna I'm just gonna go tomorrow and so- Gago tomorrow, work through the we can get it done, and get it all taken care of a little by little just keep those workouts, and keep that mindset going. And that's what really is. So you have a lifestyle mindset and a lot of folks have not even thought about that. They're working. They're taking care of the kids. They're busy, the, it's hard to even imagine. You know, even doing what I'm doing. It's hard to imagine making this change, and yet the way it really starts that you get the mindset that no, I'm not living that way, any more a new mindset now and I'm going to now the default is going to try to better. I'm going to try to work out more and just keep trying to figure out that's a hopeless keep trying today. Then go tomorrow. That's all start. With one thing if you're somebody that drinks, regular soda, which is like. Crazy with the sugar Kampe we even just eliminated soda we were WalMart, WalMart near us. And, and so we'll go to about ten minutes with the closest. Oh, we have a vision that I have there. This has been just burnt into me that, you know how they have shopping carts. The twelve packs of the six yeah, the hanging around the side of the shopping cart, and I'm literally, I know it's like you're week's worth of soda but I'm not I'm not judging, but I'm just putting two and two together, if you wait three hundred pounds and you got eight six packs, hanging around your shopping, cart, not dimension, your waist, which is kind of got one six Becker voice, not cake. Expect cake right now. But I don't really it's a small pony pony. But Mike eggs going away. All right. So operation reinvention, we're going to help you to every camp, the members of motivation dot com getting that Facebook group. It's a closed group. And it's at where do we just go to motivation dot com slash Facebook group, and it'll take you there. We will let you in if your member over there. And if you'd like to do, what I do. And that is that you would like to do the ice, jenex plan and have my personal private coaching and not only mine, but yours is well, right. Yeah. Actually, joy jumps on and helps you plan your and we want to get you through the process but it's limited because I can't just with everybody. So if you have any questions, Centeno Scott motivation dot com answer questions, I'm not gonna ask you to sell and ask, I'm going to ask you succeed and lose weight. How's that? And you can decide what you wanna do with an after that. But for the most part, we just if you tell you want to do business because it is not marketing, I'm happy to help you right now. I just want you lose weight and feel good as it was going to really really all about, right? Scott motivation and moon com. It's gonna be kind of fun. Okay. So. Oh, let's go long show today. Is that okay? I figured it would be. I did. We got a lot to cover. Do we do? Okay. So I'm going to go through workouts right now. What I'm trying to go through these things show. You the plan that we're on. And, and then we'll go from there. Currently what I'm doing. Let's talk about join us because we want to forty a week split. Right. And yours changes all the time. And but you consistently are doing certain things every time you go to the gym talk about what you're doing. Okay. So I like the standard bodybuilding splits how they would be described, so on Mondays would be leg day on Tuesdays. I do back and arms and Avs. And then on Thursday, I would do shoulders and arms, and then Friday would be leg day again. Basically, it was like, well, okay so Mondays I focus on like quads and Cavs. And then Friday I focus on boots on hamster but, but docking tone, but I have to have but day. Well listen and I think everybody should have, but he should should because yet the big muscle. Enjoy more apple. You got a fifty five year old. Keep it perking up. You know, it's gotta stay perky can always tell, but they also missed one to it. Does when I miss. No. You can't bounce quarter off at. That's all that happens. But, but joy is I see her. I mean listen. You see a lot of ladies do this, a work on that. But you're going to do it. But guys have you looked at your button in the mirror? I'm telling you guys got segments, two, guys you really it's, it's a glue. It's a muscle. You really need to work on work at body. My arms at my chest. He do all year to do other new adult I need to do. That's right. Art. So that's what she does. I do about twenty minutes of cardio afterwards. Okay. You're doing stretching. I do. I stretch a lot in between exercise that I do stretching between sets. I find it can work in that way. I'm getting my rest in-between to instruct you supercenter still. Okay. We'll talk more about how that is equal opposite muscles, do super sets straight-sets. I do both. Okay. Yeah. So we'll talk about the tech and I want to be careful about this, because the reality is she stood a straight bodybuilding workout volleyball has got to figure it out and you're going to be a bodybuilder got. Put some workout if you wanna get pyramids and in declining sets and all that kind of stuff, you can do more into don't need to get into that right now. It's not important the bottom line is of some weights to do that. And she's doing the cardio a minimum my cardio. That's our goal cardio's different cardio. You certainly burn fat way to burn fat more effectively, because you're building muscle cardio's more for health benefits. You get from that. A lot of keeping us in, I don't need to lose weight. So I don't do a lot of cardio. Because for me my goal is to keep muscle on my body and since I'm more of an echo more if I have a hard time keeping muscle on so. This the hard gainers the term Guinea woman who hard a hard, hard time, gaining weight. So what I'm, I'm a MS amorphous or the fat, dude that can't get to the gym, but you can gain muscle. Release hand magically magically, get muscle really easy. I really don't know which is better. Look at. I it's both. I look at the weights bicep muscles Howie because we in strong to immi and the work my booty off to get some muscle. You know, my biggest problem is as good lifts dead. Lifts can't see feet. Oh. Dicky. Dicky. That you'd better explain what Dicky do. You know, you got Dickie disease. If when you look down. Your stomach six out more. He do. Tony tony. I don't have that actually don't have that, that's always been actually. So let's get real wanna my measures has always been kind of see the junk gotta see the junk. Yeah. If I'm standing in the bathroom. Can't see the junk just see the stream got. A lot of places we can go with. That is a lie. Go they're going to go there. They get the get the point where we came out of a movie of the day and a lot of people on the movies. Gosh. Man, which was was a good movie. If you like Elton, John. You know, it's like a documentary style, you know, areas of living here in port orange, Florida older people out of retirement retirement community much of older than us. And, and so they were in there, and it was an older theme kind of movie the rocket man thing. So it was packed, and it was Sunday, they're super cheap, well thinks about living in a retirement area in Florida. And it's we live in a cool flakes, because it's, it's really family and its beach retirement. It's a very colorful very colorful, eclectic next tires come here. So it's, it's a little bit less. Like when we lived in Orlando actually a lot less because it does have because you've got the senior year. They've got the early birds special. My daughter loves that. You can really take advantage of because you've also got the families that are growing and everything. So it's kinda cool place to be, and we were coming out of there, and I, I gotta go the bathroom and behind like nine guys. I'm thinking this to be a long. Leave it at that for those, you know, ecm talking about here. So my workouts are a little bit different and I've done, frankly, very honestly, it's been a hard run back because I had these injuries over the past couple of years and being the former fat guy living in a relatively guys body. What that means is when I injured myself, and I can't work out the first thing I need to do is double up the amount of pizza eight and all that stuff. That's how we do it. Okay. And I did very effective at that plan. So getting back into working out muscle memory are not muscle in my body or not. It's still difficult to do. You've got to work through the process, and then you know that pretty much got to the point that I hated the gym. Yeah, it did aided the gym. Because I was at the cross fit. And I really liked that. You really work it out. Yeah, I just hate the gym. So, but here's how you get to like the gym. It is you use it as a tool. You go you show up and you make sure sweat. You get your work done, and you leave go do it and leave, do it and leave and keep doing it and leaving at eventually, you get in better shape and suddenly what you hated to couple of days before you don't hate going at eventually become a hot dog in there. And I look what I can do. That's nice showing off. It's always been something, I've said for very long time. I watch people come to the gym all the time. They're very very very very outta shape. Very heavy. And I just know one thing, if they show up long enough, because they all show up and really big baggy, t shirts, and they're all covered head to toe, and I get it. But I've seen this happen before they show up like that. And they keep coming back to the gym every single day next year. They're nearly naked. They're down to those little outfits men and women are in some of them are not. Years ago, my daughter said when he was little outfits not better shape. But my daughter years ago, she said, girl, you should get to the gym and work album. She goes, I don't wanna go there. I said, why she was all those in shape. People are as we wanna go you wanna go. I'm gonna hang out with those kind of people if you're and this is rule of five basically you're gonna you're gonna become like your five friends are or could be co workers could anything if everybody, you're hanging out with is going out to eat at eating crazy and doing stuff like that. And they're just a little fluffy, and you're going to become that if you're going to the gym, and the focus, there is everybody showing up and moving and doing something you're gonna become like that. It's all there is to leave there. It's like tomorrow, you know, see tomorrow, 'cause everybody is coming everyday, every Desi tomorrow. And they also say when Scott coming. Well for the longest. I different hours. I do. I don't get up and go in the morning. My purpose is to get work in the morning and do stuff in that. I just go when I get a break of the day, gives me the office. So I go do that. So my workouts are a little bit different right now. And I'm still I'm still modifying the workout to make sure I can do. I'm moving slowly, but I like the bodybuilding workouts, as well won't things that I do you see me do this? There's a book that flex magazine put out a long time ago. It's called flex and a year long plan for bodybuilders teaches you how to do that. It's a sod plan, it's very very basic. And it goes through four different workouts, the course of your. I did that years ago and did the whole year actually put a lot of muscle in my body. And so I came back and basically, went to the cutting as the end of it, which are compound exercises multi joint moves very simple stuff, designed to make sure as losing the way that maintaining the muscle that I have, and I'll be tightening up as well along the way. But I'm doing this. I'm doing a four day split. Upper lower body split so Monday, upper body, low Tuesday lower than take Thursday, or Wednesday off. From weights anyway. And then a Thursday Friday, upper lower body again at doing about thirty minutes of cardio on the end of every one of those. Now, if you can't finish thirty minutes of cardio, I couldn't the first couple days, I just was tired. And I was on a very low salary. I saw kit. Twenty minutes. I'm done. I just left. What do you do? Come back the next day, do it again. You'd be surprised that if you drop out at eighteen or twenty or even ten minutes, the next day, you're going to get a couple more minutes. More each day, do not going to die on a treadmill. You're not it might feel like you're gonna die actually important. Sometimes it happens. The ninety five year olds are the ones that are going down. It's kind of one of those things that happened. So, so that's what I'm doing. And I'm kind of going through that the entire summer and doing the cardio my goal is this entire thirty pound shredding throughout the course of the summertime. So I don't really have to be in a hurry to do it. I'd like to get it done sooner than later, but I don't have to be plenty time to get it off out before we get into the, the remaining ten minutes of the show. Because covered a lot of ground. We'll be talking more about this kind of workout and the mindset more than anything I really, truly believe that if you wanna succeed in anything that you do, you've got to you've gotta set off on a journey of, really kind of heaven, your hair on fire a bear with me for a second year as I am going to pull up something that I did last week on a daily boost episode. You may not a hurt the show for next week's shows going out on I tunes, I don't always do that. But it is it is going on, I tunes because I think some good information that people can get from this show that are not members of motivation, and maybe you can talk a few into coming over kinda what we're doing here. So one of the things that we were talking about never ending perseverance and making decisions and all this kind of stuff, but I wanna go back a little bit. Okay. Never any perseverance doesn't need plan b. So when you have never eating perseverance only plan a and I talked about your daughter Elena being amid school. I don't how many times she is told me there is no plan the plan, B plan B. So a couple of things I've learned over the years of watching people who are changing their mindset and trying to really get into working out and, and it doesn't mean you can get into making money on the side. What I do. I run the business side for those that want to do that as well. And I gotta tell you the difference between people that want to, you know, make money doing any business doesn't matter what it is, is one day they decide to do it, and then it works. And if you to lose weight, one day you decide to do it, and it works. You wanna get into speaking business to podcasts, you decide to do it, and you make work. We've done at nine I didn't know how many episodes of probably ten thousand by now. It's ton of these things thirteen years to invite guests, I've been there's some kids. It's like American warrior and American idol to podcast stays that weren't bored. When I started doing podcasts. Right is pretty scary carrying in ten million dollars a year because they also put it on YouTube and. They got likes figure that what I get. So here's what I see with people that really wanna set forth on accomplishing goals, one, they recognize what they want and the envision themselves living that life notice I didn't say why they want it. Because I think you give me your comments on this. I don't believe people know why they want most of the crap that have set up on a big old journey, I think more times than not. They just want something. They don't necessarily know why they want it. Right. Something's driving. There's a drive there for some reason, they don't know. Exactly can't put their finger on by the common sense to me. I mean decided in cynic stuff and the, you know why and all that. But the reality is, is they're just way too many people who are getting stuff done, and have no idea why they're doing it. So that would tell me that for the most part it works as long as you just know what you want. Right. And you're willing to go after to go get it. So that's why often will tell people listen, the wise not rocket science here if you have it, it's going to get you through challenges you have it's gonna make it easier for you. You should understand why you're doing this. However, I do really believe that most people don't start with the why they start with the got an idea of what they wanna do. You think happiness plays into that if they're doing something that makes them happy? Sometimes it just do it because you're doing. I don't really have a reason why you enjoyed shopping for drones right now. Happy yet. Right. Do you didn't listen to the podcast? So you don't know what my goal is. I have a goal I have it. I'm a big boy. Problem is. I really like sure you have it's a big boy. Wait on. Join I can fly in literally I get myself in. That's the one I want. She knows awesome. That's a future travel. It's always going to go it only has to happen. Airplanes. All that stuff they think that's kind of cool. But guess what you get these little drones flying around, and they're stable, and they work. That's where airlines are going here in the next couple of decades. That's so number one, you find out what you want. And then you envision yourself living the life you got to be able to see it. You can't create it. If you can see it, you almost created automatically because you start making decisions just kind of go that direction action, it happens, your subconscious, mind will do that. So you really have to see it. So all traction is like that you really have to see it and believe that it can be yours. And a lot of people don't do that. But once you can really think this is the life and live just gonna Madge myself being there. You don't even have to be there today. But amazingly, your subconscious mind starts to kind of notice ways to get there you start making minor choices, and maybe in the world of diet and exercise, you might start eating a little better. Oh, let me answer the big question. But Scott, I don't know what to eat. I don't know how to do it. Okay. Let me ask you a question joy, you know what? Not the yes, donate, that donate that, if you a lot of people know what from his better for them. And while food is worse for them pretty much pretty easily stuff. You know doesn't work, you know, it's bad okay, what I do. Then Scott eat the other stuff the other sorts ago table fill stuff. You know, you can't eat that the other stuff like I said fine. Those healthier choices that you like number two. At some point, these folks, they, they committed to go all in. The dream is to make it happen again. No plan B. So at some point, whether it's diet or exercise or making money or whatever it is the committed to go all in. We got married, we committed to go all in me. Well before you all the future. You said, well, I'll wait six months, Joe. But then she said, I'm look and that you what was, I think? So at some point, you commit to go all in, and I gotta tell you, I'll say this, when it comes to diet, everybody is so confused about diabetes as guy, she's so much stuff out, August you on the phone. You'll be talking to me, and I'm just hearing you go round and round in circles, and I'm thinking you just make a commitment go. It's not the end of the world. What you do and talk about one thing about ISIS suggest here second, why we like the plan, but the biggest question get from it, and I'm just going to say this loud, and clear for, for folks are out there. We laugh about this all the time. I have had people nitpick me about every about what the boxes made of they have torn me up and down about this product, that's helping hundreds of thousands of people. Right. Listen, not forshing to anything. But I just wanna ask one question this morning, Dunkin donuts or McDonald's, did you do the same thing to them? Did you Caesar before? I had that bagel could you give me the ingredients with that? Let me tear it up. Make sure it's right for me. Did you do that? When you went to the. She store, did you look at everything there and pick it apart the same way you're picking apart so that, you know, works and you're allowing into your life, things don't work, and you're not even questioning we get all the time. Yeah. And to me, it's like laughable, because I know no matter what it is. When people have success something if you want the same success do what they're doing. If you're so smart to do what you've always been doing that doesn't work. Or maybe you're going to try something that, that work three years ago when you're thirty years younger, it's not gonna work today. Look at what's working for other people. Listen to talking about today and do that. Don't question, it get your ass out of bed. Eat a good meal, go to gym come home repeat, right? That's too hard. I felt like I was kind of hard. We're not gonna thinks dumb ass. He's really mean. I don't care, you know, I it doesn't matter. It really doesn't matter because people fall into all kinds of categories, and we're not all going to get along with everybody else, and I truly like to help people that really can and will help themselves. I really am board helping people that can but won't help himself. Yeah, I have no desire for that at all. So if you fall in the category of I can do it. I want do it. But I'm not gonna do it. I'm gonna talk about doing it. Then you probably gonna bore the crap out of me and I don't I'm really not gonna even action not even notice you. And I hope this doesn't sound mean but it kind of doesn't you save me just for second. You know, it's like it goes back to mindset if you wanna do it, then just do it. Does that make sense from three no matter what gets in the way never ending flexibility, and perseverance key here, the people who get what they want are the most flexible in other words, they keep trying to get it to work? They don't give up a lot of folks that don't get their get locked in their ways. And they insist doing it their way, this is what I've decided to do. I'm gonna stick to it and do it. Even if you don't know it's proven to work. Listen, if whatever you're doing is knocking result that you want you better change. Yeah. You'd better change. Well, it's gonna work. I'm gonna go to your grave doing that. If you want to get there fast. I don't care what it is. If it's getting better job, if it's getting better house, a better property, get making more money if it's losing weight getting shape, what you wanna do is literally find, what works and do it take that to the Bank and run with it. You don't need a hundred ways you need to three ways. That's it simple stuff. Get up go the gym come home, right? I shouldn't get cranked up with only two minutes left in the show. Okay. The last thing I want to talk about today. If I may I just want to get this out there because we do get this question quite a bit, and no matter what we're doing. So the big question I am getting these days because I've mentioned four five times that I have to shakes day it'll cleanse, as well which is part of the program intermittent fasting besa but support it so you feel pretty good. I like doing that. I'm gonna do it tomorrow. Is that gonna ask tomorrow, God today's as hard less time now you can do it? Did you flip me off what you can do? Rosie the Riveter you can. Really? No. Or just a tad younger than I knew that though. Did you saw? You are. I'm sure. Our name. So here's a question to get all the time when I'm talking about doing. Shakes people always say to me. Well, will I gain the weight? When I go off with them all the time, they say that, and you've heard these old wives tales that you've you've heard everywhere, and I well, that's because they limit that intake limit your dietary intake and it's just a shake, and you're going to be hungry, and that get in the way. I gotta be honest when the show joy, I just can't be anything. But honest, the answer is yes. Yes. When you lose the weight drinking shakes. You're gonna gain it back all that. And then some if you go back to the way used to be, so let's don't stick it on wonderful companies make wonderful protein and Beal replacement shakes, we all love them. We all use them. I guess, jenex sprang, because it makes me feel good. But a lot of companies do it millions upon millions upon millions of people use it actually supplement their health and their fitness and their weight loss. And yet, we have so many people this country who are overweight, and most of them have never had a real strong program to help them lose weight. Most of them have done something else. What they've done to produce their calories, they've lost the weight. And you know, they went from whatever the two very sensible diet, lost twenty thirty forty pounds. And then the very next week in what do they want do hit my goal? Let's go celebrate. Let's good big or get your rib eye and all that kind of stuff. You eat four thousand calories and before, you know, it, you know, you only need twenty three hundred a day to maintain. Twenty five something like what I normally if you drop down thousand calories, you're gonna burn fat, you're gonna feel great. You're gonna lose weight. It's going to be fantastic for you. If you go back up another thousand to the point which kind of your, your painting place, which is where you ought to be because your body wants, you're not gonna get away pack. It's not going to happen. If you go back to three or four thousand guess what? You're gonna get away back. You definitely need to change habits. You can't you know, you can't expect any diet to go. Once you lose the way go back to how you used to eat in on any diet. That's not gonna work, so you really have to find ways to manage your diet. And, and kinda I'll always say have that five pound range, vice start going up five pounds and then it starts hitting six or seven. You'd better realit- back in the lot easier to lose five pounds than it is to wait until you've added twenty pounds. So to me, it's you, just you lost the way, and you're eating, but you need to manage your weight, 'cause maintain it's harder than anything losing the way, they say is easy maintaining your way is harder. Once you. Once you finish the diet, five pounds. I say five pounds. I thought it was fifty. That's the problem that's the problem my mother-in-law she said the same thing as always my entire life that backed it off forgot to five pound you back it up. Or we could all day on the stuff. And we will tighten shows up a little bit. They won't be an hour long. Okay. So we'll tight up. Well, maybe we will maybe listen to. Yeah. So what I want you to do right now is you can go to motivation dot com. If you're not a member, there, you can become one for just a dollar for seven days getting, there will motive the hell out of ya. If you are a member will, you know how good it is. Get to operation reinvention. It's motivation dot com slash dot com slash operation reinvention group, which are going to be member to be in that group. If you'd like to be part of the ice agenda, part of what I'm doing. I don't expect it to be for everybody. I'm not expecting that see that's why I said, I don't expect it to be not expecting. It's mazing clear things. What I do think that it is right for some folks, and I'd like to help you. And if you are in that group, you do get, I'm pretty much you got access to me, whenever you needed and to write me, you know, say, hey, what's going on say Jacob shake? Two days a cleansing. We start with one we haven't done it for dinner. Hellofresh, something right? It's fresh. I think it salmon tonight. Goad their light. Right. Really light. It's nice. It's like seven hundred calorie. Give you less rice. Cam clint's, too. That's my problem. Here's way to cut it. Guess what? I'm gonna to. I. Right. See motivation move common. Operation invention is underway by. The guy's not singing yet. Somebody took my guy from this guy that Singson. Live fits in the way. I've got a planet. It's okay. My god. It's the wrong track any. Torture near you. Evidently me. This is where we say it's hiring stuff to wrap up show, you can do it, right. You could doing. Even I can do it. Even you can do. Oh, yeah. You can do it. 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Building India's synthetic biology industry - with Santanu Dasgupta of RIL

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Building India's synthetic biology industry - with Santanu Dasgupta of RIL

"Talking about synthetic biology how bringing people together and cleared that culture. I know that will not happen in one day or reloaded today. Walks up with a meeting but this is something process what we must start now. Welcome everybody to their. Syn bio beta podcast conversations with synthetic biology is leading thinkers and doers on building a better world with biology. I'm your host of the podcast. John kambas the founder and the ceo of syn bio beta where tech meets bio and bio mixed. This week on the simba obata podcast. I'm talking with dr santa new desk. Gupta senior vice president and head of biology at reliance industries ltd. We're gonna be talking about why. Algae is a great engineering platform for synthetic biology reliance's role in india's aas culture and urban renewal and the challenges. The building the synthetic biology community in india. Sentence has more than twenty five years in biotechnology research. Experience in various leadership roles. He's led many breakthrough global businesses and programs and has contributed to the discovery of numerous plump traits as the author of several peer reviewed papers and is the inventor of more than twenty. Us pens in the area of pathogen. Resistance in plants drought tolerance gene expression and algae engineering. Sandy news also contributed papers to one hundred national and international meetings and conferences. Welcome santa new and thank you for joining us on the podcast today. John hukou so i want to stop with a little bit of background to india and background to reliance industries ltd. 'cause maybe not many people know about you. Now the people in the know do know about you because reliance is in the top fortune. Five hundred hundred and fifty billion in In total assets revenue of ninety billion per year a forty six year old company and a company that is listed in london. It's listed in new york and In various areas petroleum natural gas petrochemicals textiles retail telecommunications media music and of course synthetic biology which is what. We're going to be talking about today. But i have to admit before you guys came to zimbabwe beta a couple years ago and we met i hadn't heard of reliance now i understand more about it and all of the amazing things that it's doing but maybe tell us a little bit about About how reliant got into the synthetic biology field. The glad that you asked this winter as he told them reliance as a fortune. Five hundred company the largest Private sector enterprise in india and and the biggest refinery in one place in the world. And wow yeah. And and and in addition to the what you spoke about like our business in oil and gas refining and petrochemical and retail the recently added de reliance mobile technologies. Call jill and that actually is making your revolution in india. You will not believe that we are. We are adding one thousand customers a minute that means not how fair million customers a day and and believe me dax changing the way we do today in india what is jail what does it do is basically an internet services. It gives you four g services it connect people it. Make sure that everything. All the transaction now in india is electronic and an ended making a complete. Change the way we used to. We used to hack. Who used to be been in a in in india and and i must tell you spoke about synthetic biology and one of the reason the way we caught the reliance already being a strong leader in digital and materiel and chemistry and as we bid the card pillar which is synthetic biology for fourteen revolution. And and we believe that we we actually in a very good addition to drive forty industrial revolution. At least in india. Got it okay and and just for everybody at home. The fourth industrial revolution is a is a attended. The world economic forum has created talking about internet of things and automation machine learning. And they're including genetic engineering since personalized medicine as as a key part of that for mostly for bio manufacturing to and you know all innovations have you seen in brinkley berlin industrial revolution. The all the novitiate food actually happened in the intersections of digital chemical and biological war. And that's what we thought in a very good vision to explore the drbble industrial revolution in india. So give us an example of some of the products and technologies that reliance is working on. Have you got stuff. That's out in the market already. You working on things in the pipeline. Give us give us a sense of maybe tells how many people working in this area help us understand what it looks like in terms of this giant Hundred and forty billion dollar company. How much of that is is bio and what's happening in that area. They're figuring a very good question. John our starting synthetic biology basically look very very humble. Start and and i need to tell you a little bit of history that why you think. A company like reliance got interested in biology so has mostly to do with One of the flagship program. We started to to produce oil from algae and we all that program as it will or algae to offer. And i started doing that about seven eight years back and we actually established an end to end algae technology. And i would say especially if you see the The way we do division although we are doing education division for more than nine hundred days without any crash. That's what best achievements far when aguilar indy and and coming back like how then got into a synthetic biology and as we have established this Algae platform okay with algae technology available and we thought we a bit that form to initiate synthetic biology and diversify in different areas where soup synthetic biology offers many different opportunities and as lost their the interest. But we had you on on food on feed on nutrition in biomaterials and and we also have a solid platform. Technology established leg in In genome editing to spur a algae transport omission spelling for most of the industry disdain for the and that made us very excited and and and start. gotta menial fantastic so just to clarify. You said the you've got the longest running algae growth system. You said nine hundred days without it crashing. Is that right. That's gonna crash in the business of algae means that the the the Help me help me understand that. I'll tell you with more on that clean. Growing algae in the laboratory is not a big deal. But when you take them outside i mean faces lots of different All kind of biotic and abide extreme. And if you see anywhere in the world except for spirulina when people are trying to grow algae on didn't survive more than one two three months as as because of a lot of contaminations in a he too old uv and they can tolerate for so so here the beauties we have we go out claims which are really enough and pro and productivity now to ensure that you have a robust platform to do anything to do with got to help me understand. You've got open. that called. Ray suarez right the ponds the algae grown is that. Is that how you're growing. They're on and what we what we're currently doing. It's kind of a small pilot. We have hundred acre land and we have sixty acres facilities and in that sixty ago we earn. A twenty acre is absolutely all points and in those twenty acres the largest bond. What we have is boop on fibers. And if you really decided in everybody's clean so great. And which organisms are you using. If you don't mind sharing that basically green algae and we were we have a bunch of good strains and we're also working on cyanobacteria wealth and you'll find in the you. Do you have older tools that you need for during the genetic engineering of these organisms. Or you find you having to reinvent the toolkit because the there's not that many people who are working on Genetic engineering and algae or maybe maybe there are how how does what does your toolkit look like that again of great question. I mean to be very honest with you. the toolkit for For lg was very very limited when we started okay and excerpt forums some laboratory organism. Blake comeau mona's and toolkit for not available for other industrials strings so we had difficulty. Who took at least a couple of years to develop those kids especially transforming in putting the genes inside algae inside your. Your choice was not that easy today We not only do successful motion. We have genomic complete. Genome information for many of the algae. Now we can do Genome editing using crisper to all those toolkits ready now who live and go to the next level and Some your products out on the market at a scale of the in production is a things still in the in the phase so Most of the things are in our phase. And if i could tell one broader shoot is ready to go to the next stage es about algae again and that protein own go into different markets in could it could even with With them with an non. What do you call is a vegetarian. Budder okay and al could be a wonder. Flew wonderful source of protein. Protein in quantity essential amino acids is better than gordon. And it's equivalent to whip. Yes three of the four application areas that you mentioned a food food feed which is animal feed and then attrition products So that's to be a a huge piece of the puzzle for india's growing population a lot of people coming out of poverty going into into middle and upper class Lifestyles and the demand for protein is increasing but of course india's fairly unique I do you know. What percentage of india vegetarian i know. It's very high some more than seventy percent. If i'm correct. That's a huge opportunity. A huge opportunity this opportunity unity and and very interestingly you know if you see india is one of the one of the fastest growing economy and putting a billion plus population right and and what is happening. In the rapid urbanization and declining the in modern mundell index. I guess this a huge opportunity and as well as challenges abroad immunizations in the years. I a food security nutrition clean water new materials and of course in healthcare and pharmaceuticals. So i wanna move on and talk a little bit about the the joffe of india and the natural resources of india. I've never been to india. But i know it's shaped like a like a a teardrop upside down. Teardrop is that right and and and Where is the headquarters of reliance. I think you're in bangalore. Is that correct. No own headquarters in mumbai which is on west side. Got it and And help us help us. Understand the geographic distribution of of india the majority of people. There is that where your headquarters way. You're ponza your your algae ponds and then and then how is the rest of the The company spread out both in india and then globally as well In india as the telling our headquarters is in mumbai. And it's One of the most populated city and but in at the headquarters most paul laboratories in ballots work is happening at the headquarter but my is very very expensive city new It's like Almost close to your san francisco go but you cannot afford to have like hundred acre land and grow algae we do that where are defined es and our refineries funded west to uplift call. Would you not and and they're close to our refinery and while we're doing Al close to finally and also close to an ocean so we don't use fresh layer. We want one hundred percents sustainable so we have a pipeline from the see it comes to a point and and the co two. We get from out finally again comes to upon to grow algae full chain of sustainability else using using the off gas from the oil refined by co two and you'll feeding it to the algae and also we are taking the water from those cut it and is it a these are the what algae then they are all all all the photo algae as an audit. I don't believe that you can do anything. Not skill in freshwater northwestern able why is that. It's not sustainable. You cannot grow algae in thailand. You'd become putting with the with the crops and and freshwater you know it's really limited people and there are places in india. Don't even get a good drinking water so we can't afford to have freshwater google got it. So how far away from the oceania have long is that pipeline well darts about I mean it's a little more than a couple of miles. So you're on the coast. We'll just not too far from the coast. And and and how far away are you from the From the refinery that's producing the co to that them in mind to be Four miles max. Cut it so pretty close together. I'm now seeing how this all fits together. Centeno it's it's It's making a lot more sense so help me help me understand some of the products that you have in development. Are you able to talk some specifics. You know give us an example of some of the foods or or feed on nutrition in particular. I can tell you so. Talking about of protein is one of the important thing what we're working on The and we are ready cds. And we're moving very actively using algae forum for feed for akwa feed our external trials. And we're getting some lady and reading using algae as the fish and seem feet and and the next one for for nutrition. We are working with a molecule. You probably hard call after danton and and we have provided. Restrain a game where we are we. I led to After than in at a level again is a much more than what other being the world astra. Anthony if i remember correctly is is what makes blue m. m's is that right astronaut in makes a red colored one. Okay radames goes on you making that to got. We're making the two and the making both mostly the blue and the red color go into food product not really after is after income in six hundred times more antioxidants than vitamin c. So it's a nutraceutical lenders and cancer. It's anti-aging so it's a very high relic rohde and finals in india. Of course mostly go for room forgotten and are there any products as well. I think clearly the these pigments are a good fit for Algae because algae photosynthetic they produce a lot of pigment so it's a good pigment production platform are there any other kinds of molecules that are particularly well suited to a to algae. Yes it's mostly mostly pigment is also Vitamins it's some really really good middle's so so that when al is talking to one of the partner who's working with us for the protein and and most of the other partners they want really real pure putting but what those guys wants and new nim the company right now the dealer still going on what. They want us there particularly interested. We algae algae protein as the one algae protein. We all the other. Additional benefited blinks to you. If it's about minerals micronutrients vitamins about antioxidants. The whole package. So you can call it. The super trudy got an okay fantastic and can you give us an example of One of the materials that you'll working on sure sure i mean some of them are us I mean people are talking about and doing it for quite sometime now and especially In the bay area you have many many times it's about silk about to non-animal liver. It's about nana's loans. And don't do france with the other producing those molecules with us is. We are using a green platform. Which is edgy. And it's been a challenge but But in at least in the laboratory we are successful in producing those molecules. Now now the next step would be outright optimize that i get get deck material at a level which is commercially feasible and sustainable got it. And all of your strength. I presume Using photosynthesis correct. Absolutely that thought currently focuses only on north north 'cause i was actually surprised when i went to tour Tara via solas. I'm a few years back Now of course they've They've they've folded but They were they were using algae for the production of oils but they were not using photosynthesis they will not use in the light energy as the energy source. I didn't realize you could. I didn't realize you could do that. or that was a useful property of algebra. There's documentation as well correct. Su there are there. You can grow them really. We're talking with dr santana. Dasgupta senior vice president and head of biology reliance industries ltd. We're gonna take a short break for this message. Don't go away. Syn bio beta twenty nine hundred takes place october. One through three in san francisco. You'll meet the innovators and companies find new opportunities partner up and discover the potential of the biological industrial revolution as a special thanks to reliance industries for making. Today's podcast possible. We're giving you the podcast listener. One hundred dollars off. Your sim by to ticket. If you use the promo code r. i l. that's our l. at checkout visit us at twenty nineteen dot syn bio beta dot com to learn more. I folks john is the founder and ceo of syn bio beta. And i'm talking with two. New does gupta the senior vice president and head of biology at reliance industries ltd so we just talked a lot about the products that reliance's working on on the infrastructure that you have for growing these algae tell me why center new algae is a better platform for doing what you're doing. Then other traditional chassis organisms. That engineers are using like e. coli or yeast. What makes it so good. The cushion john and it makes sense like if you if you want to do genetic engineering to produce the molecule of interest than than you know e an east much better than you know how to engineer the organism how to glow that organism and But but there is one big difference in e. coli and his who produce your multiple up interest universally use support for energy. Your molecule would be produced by some light and sealed. That's the big difference maker you dick sunlight and allied mexcio carbon sunlight mama. Dexter carbon to produce the molecules of your interest cut in as a starting about it. I'm telling that and and transformation challenge and we acted now and and it's all so. This made meadow really adept platform. In addition. I wanted to point out again that. Lg ultra provides greener platform bright which requires non-fox thailand and a non clean water. You can use westwater. You can use the ocean water. Don't learn use freshwater so that that's that's gonna you talked earlier about india's declining environmental index. I actually don't know the environmental in next. Can you help explain what it is and What what in which air is declining. And why well basically if you see a global problem it's about You know on one asian coming to your new for a station You know you're in a more of the road and then Then you know you don't have The most updated laghi for better production Especially negative Difference like in the us and india the u. Line you are. you're going up for just two hundred three hundred four hundred years but here in india you're going there. You're using their land for thousands of years so to all these things together and act that in fact he's the it'll an pushing us to bring solutions which can help overcome shallow news and in terms of the business model for the synthetic biology group at reliance. What what are your most pressing needs right now. Is it that you're looking for technology partners that you could license or acquire a bring into your group. Is it that you're looking for. Downstream partners may be food or materials companies. That want upon with you for the scale up. What are your goals for the next twelve months. And and how are you looking to networking and partner in the in the community to cushion. You know you've realized being historically if you see this is An engineering company and we have We have a solid base in the killing. It up okay. Taking the technology from the laboratory to the next scale so that scenario we are a strong about very strong but the but the areas what we probably would be looking at. What can with other partners would be a particular after maria where you do. You know the synthetic biologists about tools about foundries about genomic solutions. So they're am compared to the united states some of the tools availability audra in a relatively We are not adapt stage yet. the ladies were grown. You need some help and button and we are very interesting. One thing. I wanted to tell you that we were looking at both options. Like one is looking for partners. Who can help an can do investment. Also you're looking at options where people would be interested to invest on us on green platform. That also something we're very interested. Got an investment would be to help to scale it would be for punish ships or what areas would the would the investment to me to scale it up. Yeah got it okay. Great and thinking about the synthetic biology ecosystem in india. Of course now everybody in the world. I think as head of the i. T. indian institute of technology. But when i asked you earlier in preparation for this podcast about some of the partners You listed off a whole number of institutions in india. That i hadn't heard of so i guess as a whole lot of biotechnology happening at the academic level and it's not just in the in the elite universities in the it own maybe there are other institutions that are lead as well. Shouldn't i shouldn't say that. But help me understand. The academic environment particularly around by where you are but also globally wear the hotbeds for synthetic biology for biotechnology in india. And who Who are you partnering with too. So as you said. I am indian melodies the dudes walking many many working in these areas. The other top-class research universities like indian yesterday top signs. Which is in bangolo. They're really top notch again. A very high one banking as well not from center for biological sciences at load. And if i do name Few others than a center for cellular and molecular platforms at bangalore and We have an international institute of intensive center for genetic engineering bite We have Csi fierce is council for scientific and industrial research to see. Your side has several national labs and one. Such lab is introduced dog genomics and integrative biology in and and all these academics and winter few industries as we're talking about relenting industry their industries like in bangalore or bio con that at a few other multinational companies and of course the few startups including a government. Funded included clusters. Would government of india started recently. And all these especially the academic doomsaying named they have all the state of the art infrastructure. Excuse and the word vara do once the be biology. And what do you think are the biggest challenges to building the synthetic biology community in india. I think effective button between academic snapper lab and industry is really good to accelerate the development. And if we want to commercialize the taking from the lab that has been a challenge and recently Our government indian government is having lot of support that that is really good. But i i guess that need to be more aggressive and the todd point I must tell you that funding from the form book the government and private sector is needed to create a bencher community for Fortunately balaji who won if we really want to go out and and make a lot of make our vision space some at the globals in the alley happening in san francisco cisco and and the third one. I must tell you Last one not the least. We absolutely need additional new friendly policy in india and this has been the challenge worldwide. But i'm telling that. In india you must have negligible well so talking about regulatory policy. India is fairly unique in the world that it has had some scientists at the highest levels of government. Can you tell us a one of your premiss. Previous prime minister was was a nuclear physicist. I believe he was the reviews previous president previous president. I'm sorry iago abboud column. And so he was he was a scientist and then and then prime minister modi What what's his. What's his interaction with the science and technology community news he. He's very supportive to develop science in all the technology used on his he's mr d. l. current prime minister the final. I n missing learning and genomics obligation to hell. So he he. He signed free excellent and tell me about the investment climate or the Stop climate and maybe you can tell us a little bit about the interactively you started talking about. The interactions between industry and academia is industry seen as a positive thing within academia some some some relationships the academics love to work with industry. And and some relationships the academics kind of view industry as a as a something commercial and and not to applied so talk about the relationship between the public universities and and and startups to so the relationship was Actually different term furious back and An industry like an old. They don't don't find some research but to academics but the relationship. I would not say it was. It was really something which can in a ex something followed by. I must tell you that on the governments and the government before were they would emphasizing all. The time to that guy makes that. If i'm funding you you must ensure that you have successful collaborations and partnership with the industry the define what you're doing in your lab that must be willing to the next stage skelly dub and make limb back and you need to have partnership with industry so their government is encouraging all they're cutting off late. It's really going much much better. got it and am. Let's talk a little bit about reliance's social responsibility in that area the there's something called the reliance foundation. What does the reliance foundation do our reliance industries also. Responsibility is mainly driven to the phone Gabriela foundation and all for commitment is it is to us in beijing. The lights of the marginalized and underprivileged and i'll i'll mission is to have a kind of holistic approach to some of india's. He developmental challenges. It could be the the rural transformation it could be in the area. The health education in disaster response and of course in arts culture and heritage we to remind foundation in last few years. We touched the lights. Although at about million people across the country and we reached out to more than intel than five hundred villages in india and more than fifty one locations across india so reliance foundation is doing really a great job in the world. Social responsibility for reliance fantastic. I just want to end on a question about the startup culture that we didn't really dig into. We covered a synthetic biology in india in our newsletter with special issue a couple of months ago and one of the articles covered. I believe the word is ju- got is that right. You're you're tell me what you got means. And how it's related to To the startups in india. Well mcdougal call gerard technology. So they know something you know just manage the things. What do you have a You really really a nice got by and but if you have a nostril from plan you you'll data the at a bite okay. So dax technologies. Just just do things with whatever available says kind of like the diy movement. Is that right back. Yeah so what do you think we could do. As a as a global community of synthetic biologists to enable more innovation in india to see more startups. Come out of the universities to see more investment in in new companies. There any any things that you think anything that you think we could do see this is. This is something you know. I don't think anyone gonna do a one night. This needs a cultural transformation. Okay and i would not say that it's not happening. It started happening in india special. Leave from an asc adored The young scientist young. Phd graduates they're starting. The startup and government is actually engaging. They're giving funding without any interest. Two years knowing just the lot of encouragement but dole that for for a startup about bleeding edge culture and foreseen by beta. I i would personally like to see your your presence More in india talking about synthetic biology how bringing people together and cleared that culture. I know that it will not happen in one day or two days or a two day meeting but this is something process what we must start now. I knew have support from all the companies including learns industries documents from india. While i would love to visit. And i hope that i can come and visit Reliance and see these raceway ponds and visit your facilities later. In the year i would really look forward to that. Well thank you so much centeno This has been a fantastic podcast. One of the most interesting that we've ever done diving into the details of both the algae engineering how we scale it. Its impact on climate change and sustainability. Its impact on some of these new products. That you've been talking about from foods to new to suit. Articles to materials and ultimately is impact on the indian economy and the people so Really pleasure to talk with you and Thank you so much for joining us on the simba. Better podcast today. Thank you so much. Johnny on the next sim bio beta podcast. Our gas will be ollie. Thomas ebb an investor the venture. Firm dc cvc. I was an entrepreneur. Before and then venture capitalist. Now one big question for me was what makes these kind of uniform. These billion dollar companies successful. And how did they look like into early days in the first year even before starting actually big focus on these people on the founders before starting these companies what we're doing one year before starting this company the topic is how to spot a synthetic biology uniform. John will be talking with ali about his technical strategy for finding super founders emerging challenges for founders particularly in synthetic biology and what emerging market. He is most excited about these days. So keep listening again one. Thank santa new. Dasgupta reliance industries for joining us today and also thank you the listener for checks out. If you enjoyed this. Leave us a review on i tunes or more importantly share the same bye-bye podcast with a friend. This is john komba signing off hoping that all of your dna dreams come true.

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A virus detection network to stop the next pandemic | Pardis Sabeti and Christian Happi

TED Talks Daily

06:05 min | 1 year ago

A virus detection network to stop the next pandemic | Pardis Sabeti and Christian Happi

"Highly you you're listening to. Ted Talks Daily Party. Betty and Christian happy are both geneticists and researchers who've been studying infectious diseases together for years together and they developed an early warning system for pandemics called Sentinel which they lay out in this talk. Centeno is a proactive early warning system to preempt pandemics it is built on Appeals the first pillar is detect Krishna Ivan studying infectious diseases together around the world for two decades. We've been using genome sequencing reading out the complete genetic information of a microbe. It allows us to identify viruses. Even those we've never seen before. Track them as they spread and watch for new mutations and now with a powerful gene editing technology crisper we can use this genetic information to rapidly design exquisitely sensitive diagnostic tests for any microbe. One of these toward is caused. Shallow can be used to test non viruses on simple pepper. Strips is very inexpensive and frontline health workers can use show detect the most common almost new viruses within an hour. The other tool is Carmen. It requires the lab but contest for hundreds of viruses simultaneously so hospital lab staff contest patient samples for a broad range of viruses within a day. Our second pillar is connect connect everyone and share this information across the public health community most outbreaks hospital staff. Your case information through paper excel if at all this makes tracking now breakthrough space and time and coordinating a response extremely difficult. So we're developing a cloud based system and mobile applications that connect community health workers clinicians public health teams. Everyone and allows them to upload data perform else's share insights and coordinate a response and action plan in real time at third pillar is empower outburst of system can only succeed if our from their workers that already out there taking care of communities it requires a lot of training. Paddison. I very much aware of that. We spend a path ten years training hundreds of young African scientists and clinicians over the next five years train additional one thousand hundred workers to use sentiment detection tools and empower him to train their colleagues. This way we'll improved system and integrate into medical practice. Hates Elise again? So that was the two of them. Back in January presenting their projects Sentinel which is part of Ted's initiative the audacious project since then. The world has obviously changed. And we're living it so the two of them got back together to talk with Ted's director of Speaker. Coaching Brier Goldberg about how this unprecedented. Corona virus pandemic is reshaping. The way they think about their response system and you can learn more about Ted's audacious project at project dot org so here we are. It's were recording this. It's April seventh twenty twenty and obviously we are in the throes of this crazy global pandemic caused by this new Rona virus. So you two have been working together for ever and really came together pretty aggressively with the crisis back in two thousand fourteen. What does it feel like from your perspective? More six years optimal break would be facing a moral crisis and was still pretty much like we never learned from the previous crisis. And that's really for me is breaking the that this pandemic has shown us How unprepared that we are everywhere in the World Christian and our partners Together had diagnostics at our hospital sites in Nigeria? Early on in Senegal in early February. Most states in the United States didn't have it for far later. It's it's very it. It it tells us that we are all in this together and we are all very much behind the curve so this sentinel system is amazing but I know that the question that's on everybody's mind is how is that playing into the here and now we described sentinels pandemic preemption system. Here we are in a pandemic. What's great is actually the same tools you need to preempt a pandemic are the ones that you need to respond to one and so all of the technologies that we have laid out the point of care testing the multiplex testing discovery of and tracking of the viruses. It's changing and the overlay of the mobile. Applications to dashboard are all critical for us. It is a wall. We basically copied for twenty four hours turnaround time to give results and and that request for us to walk around the trump nonstop. So it's a pretty Charleena moment where we're from and this album privileged to see family today and then. I'm sure you know tomorrow. I'm heading back in the trenches in my lab the first nine hundred on the African continent and that really was waiting for hours. This revolutionary coming from Africa and then making these information available for the global community to see what various within Africa looks like. I believe that we technologies and knowledge and sharing information. We can do better and come overcome. The whole idea of sentinel is that we all stand guard over each other. We All Watch. Each one of us is a sentinel each one of us being able to monitor. What is making us sick can share that with the rest of our community and I think that that is what I profoundly want is for us to all stand guard and watch over each other.

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Extrait : Le dveloppement de la radio avec le numrique (Minitel, chats IRC, logiciels d'automation, DAB+, ...)

Des Ondes Vocast

10:57 min | 2 months ago

Extrait : Le dveloppement de la radio avec le numrique (Minitel, chats IRC, logiciels d'automation, DAB+, ...)

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MBA1575 Q&A Wednesday: Does giving away company swag work?

The $100 MBA Show

11:23 min | 1 year ago

MBA1575 Q&A Wednesday: Does giving away company swag work?

"Hey Oh welcome to the NBA show Biz podcast. Your Business can count on every single day with daily ten minute. Business lessons for the real world I'm your host. Your coach teacher Omar's at home I'm also the CO founder of the hundred dollar, MBA complete business, training and community online over at one zero zero Mba dot net, and today's episode is a Cuny Wednesday episode on occupy. Wednesday episodes I answer a question from one of you one of our listeners. If you have a question, you ask just emailing over at Omar at one zero zero MBA dot net. Today's question is from Santino and Santino. Asks Pay Omar Love the. The podcasts I started a new business consulting firm, and things are going pretty wealth, but I'm thinking of different ways of marketing and I wanted to know does giving away company Swag work do t shirts, stickers and mugs actually help with marketing. Do they make great gifts for clients? Is there own Ara wild love to know from your own experience? Thanks Santino thanks Tina. We've covered a bit of this topic on past episodes, but I want to maybe distill it and give you my answer in today's Cuna Wednesday. There are a lot of options when it comes to giving wake company Swag. Centeno mentioned m t shirts mugs stickers. Some! People are giving away caps, ability voice, socks, coasters, all kinds of stuff, but do these gifts to these pieces of swag work whether you're actually sending them through the mail or giving them a conferences or in person to your clients. We get into that in today's Skjei Wednesday's episode, so let's get into it. Let's get to business. Support for today's show comes from podium. Are you listening to put together and sell an online course, a downloadable of some kind or start a membership site? One of the biggest challenges in doing that is the technology. How do you put together your sales pages and your course pages to make sure access is secure and collect payment there so many complications, and there's so many complicated options out there. This is why we love. Podium podium is the easiest way to sell any kind of online course downloadable four. Four start selling a membership. I'm speaking out of experience I use podium to sell our courses. I love about it is that it's clean? It's great looking, and it's simple, so I don't fiddle around in fact I put together my last online course in about one hour I'm talking about eight Z done, but don't take my word for give it a try. Four free sign up proposes fourteen day trial over at podium dot com slash NBA again. That's podium, P., O. D. I A. DOT COM SLASH NBA. Tina asks this company's Swag work well. We've used companies wagon our businesses several times. and. This is the bottom line whatever you give customers to your clients whether it's a Mug or a t shirt. It has the value that you give it. Let me explain. We found in the past that we've made the mistake of just giving out stuff for free whether they're like tote bags. T shirts at a conference just for stopping by the booth. People don't value things. It can just pick up and just kinda. Toss aside. There's no value to. It didn't have to earn it in any way. Even a contest is earning so even if he had a raffle or some sort of game, they played in the They would win a prize if they actually hit a certain score or won the raffle that has value. People feel like there's a value to it. When it comes to your customers, we have given you know t shirts and different pieces of swag in the mail to particular customers at takes special offers that Take actions on webinars that are evangelists that complete one of our courses. These people really value because they feel like they earned the did something, and they got a reward for it. So you value things that you earn, so you will wear that t shirt. You will use them Mug and then has a marketing value. Then people will see that brand see that logo, and also inculcate a sense of loyalty with that customer with that client, so I think it's all in the earning I. Know that many people believe in giving gifts suit. Our clients There's a whole science a called gift. And how giving gifts can really cement sales in increase, repeat sales, a but buying or investing in a relationship with your customer does. That's doing something. They're actually earning your trust. And therefore you're award them with a great piece of product or swag or even. That's a gift basket. It's something that you're giving them in exchange for saying hey, thank you so much for trusting me and being a client I'm glad we're doing business. We've tried a lot of different pieces of swag in our time I. personally found that t shirts work the best ones for some reason. People love t shirts. people can't get enough t shirts. They were t shirts to the gym. There were t Albay T t-shirts You know to go shopping and the thing about t shirts. It's the walking billboard. Said helps your brand as well I always say whatever swag you get. Make sure you get good quality swag. Make sure you get a good quality. T shirt that will last year's through many washes. For, going to get stickers same thing if you're going to get notebooks, same thing even pens that. When we ran whether on alive, our live event we printed pens and we've got really good quality pens that I love these pens, and the remembering the keep in the US it, so it's quality. They'll use the like it. Believe in share and show other people now. The key with swag is a bulk. When you order in Bulk, you definitely get a discount. If your clients that you're sending to our national than you're not really gonNA spend money if you send in the mail individually. Meaning you order. Let's say five hundred t shirts, and you have those five hundred t-shirts in your officer in your home, and then you can ship them out individually now if you have a company that sells or has clients around the world is a different story. It's to get expensive in might be cheaper to ship it directly from the manufacturer or go with a one off. T shirt, company OR SWAG company. Company like t spring they will allow you to print one offs and delivered straight to the customer, but it's a little bit more expensive. When you go in bulk, you're GONNA. Save a whole lot more money, but obviously you're sitting with a whole bunch of the same thing and you're going to want to be able to get rid of that quickly. Remember you're going to have to pay for postage for each. Each individual thing the bulk really works especially. If you're going to a conference again, and you are going to use this swag with your contests and Raffles or even just give it to people that sign up in your booth. Also use your swag. A lot of people don't know that this is a critical part of the success of your swag strategy. You know where your t shirts use your mugs sport the. The sticker on your laptop. Because when you wear it when you use it, others like hey, that's cool. Can I have one? And that's what we've seen from our own customers whether it's on webinars whether it's in person. If you just say to somebody, we'll send you a free t shirt that don't really imagine what it looks like. HOW COOL LOOKS! How Nice looks how quality looks versus you actually wearing it. How can I get one of those? This looks really cool and anarchy. So the web we say upgrade to an annual plan, and you can get a free t shirt. No problem we'll send it to you. And, for most people like Hey, I'll say twenty percent by going annual. Love, this company and Hey Gimme that t shirt looks great, so it's a win win, so make sure that you give the swag value and people earn. Make sure your swag is quality. Make sure you sport your own Swag I more today's episode before that. Let me give loves it today sponsor. Support today show comes from Zen Desk. Let's be honest. Things are a little weird right now. The sudden change in the world and the world of business has created new challenges. A lot of companies are struggling to keep up with what matters most their customers and I've been saying this for years on this podcast. Your customers are your biggest asset. You need to take care of them more now than ever. Because they will remember who always has her back and they won't even consider cancelling your service or buying your products, because they really enjoy the experience, but you don't have to go out alone. Zenda is here to help. They put together a six month. Complimentary remote support bundle the help support teams keep up with changing customer demand as a deal with the business side effects of covid nineteen, the remote spor bundle comes with essential tools that your team needs to remain agile and stay connected with customers whether it's by email phone chat, community, form, help, center or social media. And with Zen desk takes hours not weeks to get up and running their support sales and customer engagement software is quick to implement an easily scales to meet changing needs to find out more or to start a free trial. Good azan desk dot com slash NBA. That's Z., e.? N. D. E. S., K. DOT, COM SLASH NBA! To Rob, today's Cuny Wednesdays question from Santino. Yes, company Swag Works, but you gotta give it value, and you've got to include it in your sales and marketing funnels. You'RE GONNA. Make sure understand what they have to do to get. One with a t shirt a Mug sicker and make sure you deliver quality swag. Thank you so much for listening to the hundred show. Make sure you hit that. Subscribe Bunch. You never miss a beat hit. Subscribe Right now on whatever you used to listen to podcasts whether it's situated apple podcasts or spotify were on the mall hit subscriber now so in the next episodes available. You'll get right on your device before we go. I want to leave you with this one other way to use swank to your benefit is on boarding. I saw this done really well. Convert kid, it's an email marketing software, and basically they know the five actions. A new customer needs to take to be successful in their case. It's like. To have a new subscriber, create a form and send a few emails. There's a few of I can't remember, but those are some of the ones I do. And when you finish those five, you are eligible to get a free t shirt, and it just sends you to link to order a t shirt and set simple, but it's a great way to retain customers, because you're incentivizing to do the things that it takes to be successful with your product, and you're giving them a chance to earn a great piece of swag from the company. Thanks so much for listening and I'll check you in Moore's episode I'll see you then take care. Own.

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From Embedded Operating Systems to Software Ecosystems

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

56:39 min | 8 months ago

From Embedded Operating Systems to Software Ecosystems

"Coming out on the sabbath side of the ifc inc business show. Oh yeah. And i think in particular making sure that you have a software system that can support the different hardware communication interfaces applications. You wanna create and as much as possible. I think what you're gonna see happening is a lot of budget us to go into hand piecing together the proprietary software. That's gonna change in broad strokes software required for an iot deployment can group in the four classes embedded software percents gateways networking or the iot platform data management and analytics. And of course the iot application in this episode of the iot inc business show. I discussed sensor operating systems. Zach shelby and the inevitable evolution of these disparate classes into an iot software ecosystem. Oh this adds more on this episode of the ink business show people the business and the technology of the next generation internet so this is the ifc inc business show. And now he's your highest bruce alot and welcome to the iot business show. This show is made possible by sales of my book. Hi. ot inc published by mcgraw hill and iot inks defied iot professional i. C i p online training and certification program become a certified iot professional by completing the programs three courses by technology i p business and ap strategy and digital transformation details of which can be found at www dot iot dash inc dot com. That's www dot t dash. I n c dot com with me today on episode six zach. Shelby zach is vp of marketing for internet of things that arm. But don't let that fool. You is a serious techie. At heart he's worked on iot standards co-founded the startup scented reacted as ceo and cto and he's co authored a book on six low pan with my friend carson boreman given us work at the i. T. f. if so and now thread pluses experienced that an embedded software sensors startup. I thought he'd be able to provide a great perspective on the software. Found in the connected sensor zach. Welcome to the show. Thank you so what you've been up to understanding but doing a little bit of traveling lately absolutely We are all over the world at events telling people about standards about software ecosystems for internet connected things and We're happy to do that. All over the world. So i did not know the new title. Vp of marketing of an evangelist. Or what are you doing right now at arm. Tell us a little bit about your role. There sure so. I think evangelist techie would be the right the evangelist nerd on arm. I'm really all about letting people know about The great software tools. You know implementations of standards that we have cable for people making imbedded products. Oh man you sound like a marketing guy. Exactly but at the same time we're creating great technology and so on and so for me marketings really about helping. Get the technology to people Teaching people about standards how they work. How technology works right. How software works right right. And i think that's that's really exciting for me as the teaching side of. Yeah no i agree. And i mean at its heart. Marketing is all about communication and communication of teaching. I should say is all about good communications. So i'm i'm with you there. Well tell our audience a little bit about yourself and your background in iot. I get a little bit of a blurb. But i think there's there's a little bit more to the story so i started in in the the wireless internet connected low power embedded device space back in the late nineties. Mom was really still kind of the internet web bubble. We call this point. Okay but growth in the web bright and that was the important part. The web became a platform for innovation. We were looking well. If the internet so powerful we can do a lot of interesting things. Why can't we do the same with low power devices. Small embedded devices over wireless mesh networks. Why can't those be part of the internet. Why can't we use nick babb. Yeah why can't we need security end and mum. We were asking ourselves those questions in the late nineties and started working on a whole string of really interesting projects in the research world at that time out really pushing the envelope. Why can't we do. Ip six over a little sensor network. Why not why. Can't we do the web where we have to do to make it work right. It wasn't about. Oh it doesn't work selects create. Some something completely different was about. How do we make it work. And we did the wrong things. We did the right things. We learned a lot in the early. Two thousands about what we can do to really Make an internet of things. come true now. Was this in the context of the research as you were saying research lab or was it commercial at that point research labs so up to about two hundred five. I was involved with a couple of different research. Labs let some teams doing everything. From ultra ultra wide wireless communication technology including positioning to You know we did from the first software stacks running. Ip over what became bluetooth low energy. Interestingly enough no kidding okay. And that's that's just seems to be a recent event at least a that's been of brought to the public's what a lot of people don't know is that actually started back already. In two thousand one in nokia laboratories in finland actually started working on what later became buddhist low energy through a couple of different different names. Are kidding zoe. Involved with some of the early days of wireless standards like that and at some point you realized that to really make this technology come off. Get the standards that we've been working on out there. We wanted to make it happen faster and founded a start up to do that and that's how it was really born. We had the vision of internet and web everywhere and we wanted to do it through source through now getting the technology to people rather than waiting for you know the big corporations of of those days to just take it and use it now. What was cincinnati. What was its main focus. So like what was the. What was the product. I should say. Yes but since we actually did two things we we provided some of the first six pants tax on the market and using an open source model to start with and then going into stack bundling with silicon partners. We actually worked with Texas instruments with amount to get the stacks in the chips right out of the box. The other thing we did is we said well. That's nice we. We got internet people. While what do you do with just the internet protocol ping right right trace route. That's nice but somewhat interesting but someone interesting. Yeah it's nerdy but what we found is that when people went and to build a product assistant they ended up reinventing a binary. Udp based protocol each and every time right and everybody did differently so we started looking at well. What does it take to really let us do the web over these networks. What's the ideal way to use the rest architecture for data around it should the device via client or should be a server. How should we represent data right. How do we deal with security Do we have to do something completely different or can we adapt something like detail. S and so we really dug in and looked at all those questions and ended up creating a A server side software partner does well. That helped saw access all the protocols in security that we needed to go do that and in the meat you know in the process we helped create a bunch of new standards are the most notable being coop. The constrained application protocol came out of that work that we did on. Hey how do we do web over a pen. And co-op ended up being the answer when we worked with the whole bunch of other people in standardization. Are you still involved in cooperation. What words the number presenters at at my conference and and even on this show. We're gonna have we're going to have a show with Michael richardson in one or two. From now what what's the current standard clip. Yeah we'll see standard. I should say the current situation to say hi to michael. So i i am deeply involved to the atf so as marketing nerd. Yep so i i do i. I'm writing a couple standards right now in the In the working group where we where we standardized coop. oh good. so there's there's new things going on where we're doing over. Tcp were doing something called a resource directory and recommendations about how to create rest resources. So if you do create rescue resources. What's the style to do that right. What's what some guidelines moore writing writing. Rfc's on those subjects I also chair working group on optimizing detail s for security which is something really So how do we really do it. Interoperable security but make it as simple as possible for for things and we're we're updating standards like six lapan right doing what's needed to support new standardization efforts like thread. What's really it's more like wifi puts together the different i-i've standards you need to make an interoperable system. Well that's what i wanted to talk to you a little bit about. Maybe we're jumping ahead. But i think it's an opportune time so i know you've also the history with episode. Just with the six. Were talking about six. Lo pan quote both feared and near to my heart. Now how does this all tied together. Or what's the differences between the work doing on the standards bodies and threat and in fact we are going to actually have a separate show with thread and the different alliances groups and consortiums but from your perspective what is the differences in the different work that has to be done and and what are the different roles of these. I guess these different organizations you're involved in regarding the internet specifically this ip sixth read through it so this is a really simple way to look at this on the internet engineering task force which is really a body of volunteers right. We we go there and we we really throw our heart and energy into you know creating open standards for the internet of things. Most of us involved in the icf would go there on our own dime on our own time right and still some and i would as well. I wouldn't be doing what i'm doing now absolutely and it doesn't Market it doesn't advertise what it's doing which is an interesting thing. So the itf's open organization of course makes all the information available but it doesn't really have marketing budget doesn't go and tell people about. Hey look at six low panic collapse in these are seasons. Oh great mill use them. They're not advertising cetera. They're not certifying that you have used our f c two five five six correctly. The tip doesn't do that so that that leaves a role for other organizations to help market on internet standards and a great example of that is the episode lines so the so nice was actually formed. Reform that with with our partners like cisco ericsson Some five years ago and the reason we did that was exactly this to help market and tell people teach people about the internet in the In the things space right why. How does it work. What are the standards come together. And that's been really successful. Actually done a lot to teach teach the industry on why internet based standards are great and addition to that you also need alliances to help to more vertical integrated stacks of standards so i-if standards tend to be very piecemeal they have udp and you have tcp. You have Six and those are separate rightback's you can mix them all together and that's just how internet layering works right. You can use different combinations you protocols and that's okay. Internet was designed for that and theoretically they should all kind of fit together and worked nicely right. Except when you go into an environment like home right and you have a wi fi connected sensor or sixth tank connected sensor with a consumer. How is that going to work. How do we know that these things are all configured to work with each other using the right versions of standards et cetera. And that's when alliance actually help put together for a specific use case Let's go to smart home for example. Actually make sure that on the right. Version of six pan with routing and security are used. They're all set up in the same way. You deal with network joining in the same way on. You have the same basic requirements for certification so that the products were with each other. And that's what threads all about right threads about taking those pieces of ice. You have standards and specifying. How they need to work with each other so that you can really do on consumer products out of the box gotta gotta not all that different from wi fi right. Why a similar role in the industry new media lines. Yeah well let's close the loop on on you the transition to arm. I guess you've you've kind of indirectly said what you're doing. You're you're going out there. You're still working in the standards bodies. Your evangelizing How's the transition been from a startup to such a large company. Exciting really I mean one thing to keep in mind is is arms a medium size company. It worth thirty three hundred people located around the world is bigger that but it but an impact. We have on the industry's huge sion's. It's really exciting to be in that that position I think the biggest transition going start up to to a larger company is that we have the resources to completely transform an industry. The startup you can. You can make your vision happen in the way that you actually can. You can get to some customers you can go tell people about it and you can do it fast. Driving your john go move and you know you can change. Everybody says that it's never gonna work right or there's never going to happen. You can say no it will. And i'll make it happen right but it you get to a point where the startup. Where when it's time to really go take that technology and skill at across an entire industry have the resources to do it. You can't you can't expand fast enough. You can't give something away when you should write. In order to make money maybe later on tientsin startups. You oftentimes have to show that you're making no you actually making revenue so the coolest thing about taking that technology that we created at cerrone. Does that at arm. We can come in. Give it away. We can do open source. We can make it scale across hundreds of thousands of developers very and really get that technology out there so it's really about making the cool technology we start upscale and that's what we're seeing happen right. Now we win and launched a new a new operating system software ecosystem for for iot called. Embed where we're actually integrating on all the sensing technology. The note is no longer called centeno. Now it's embiid or is it two different things. No it's actually. We've we've integrated all the sense. You know dot technology into into embed so we don't have any of the of the old sensing odom brands are aren't aren't around anymore. Everything's part of all part of how long has it been now the the acquisition year and a half eighteen months baby. Okay well let us know what. What's one interesting fact that most people don't know about you so i'm actually very much outdoors and kind of handicrafts type of person my spare time from so you cannot when i'm not working with technology and going out and you know evangelizing what we do. i'm skiing in the back country hiking and i do a lot of woodworks. It's actually building furniture. Kinda handicaps guy and one thing that a lot of people don't know about me is actually my first company before doing sonew known is actually an outdoor climbing and backcountry. Skiing i still. I still own that and it's still running pretty interesting. So is that in finland finland. Yeah and so you mentioned before the call that you're there now. Is that what you're spending your time on in the back country hiking and skiing as much as possible. Yep well in california. At least we're getting a little bit of rain this year so there's a bit of steam but it's nothing like finland. I'm sure all right. Well let's get the business here a little bit. Can you describe for us at a high level. What what's the software that's needed in sensor or low-powered iot device. What what are the different components. Just give us an overview of that. Sure so if you look at the at the microcontroller space. We'll miss dot leave out bigger processors where we have you know full on operating systems but microcontroller space. You have a few different levels of up software that you can work with You can do what we call as bare metal. So you set your drivers. They might come with the device that you've got from silicon gender or it might be part of a project that you use so drivers are starting point and then you may do your own software taken some communication standards that you you need from from various places integrated and basically write your own main loop and it's really just the basic level of engineering that a lot of really simple and buy their products actually used to him so bare metal driver based on embedded devices are out there. Now that that works for a small small set of functionality. You can only do so much without maintain. It gets difficult to maintain at some point so small small the smaller end microcontrollers controllers tend to use this. Another level of software for for devices are what we call op. Low-power operating systems. So where k. The goal is to get as much software functionality in the device as we can in a standard package reusable software but the the goal of the operating system is not to do things real time scheduling and and off control but really just optimize power. How can we get this. These different functions working in a way that we're at the lowest possible power consumption where We're using resources efficiently. We are not using more flash ram than we have to. We don't require as much clock speed. And that's another class of of operating system so powers the fundamental driving factor in in that case in function our consumption yeah and function our getting just the standard bouncing to the different functions. You need that you have reused right. That's two major major things. And then we have a third class of of soccer for for microcontrollers. That's what people know as a as a real time operating system and real time operating systems aren't really how we think about operating systems in the in the pc world for example they really just schedule or colonels. so it's the scheduling part of of an operating system. So if you look at for example that would be the leaning scheduler that gives me your process process sharing and those are very specialized in real time control applications safety applications and you do things the scheduling where you can really make sure you got hard time. Limits on how long term pieces of software can can work are how fast you have to meet a deadline for for control and those tend to be very specialized so you have different sets of software that come with for different industries. You might have some specialized automotive some more industrial applications. So it's a really really fascinating class of software because it really runs a lot of the the heart industrial applications. We haven't runs you know. Trains and runs aircrafts and a lot of really exciting things. Run on real time planes trains and automobiles absolutely the some of the main applications of of real time operating systems and and it's getting exciting in this space and i think that's the cool thing about The invented embedded electronics and software. Space is that we really start to have more and more soccer available. And i think it's only gonna get better in in the real time operating system space. We already have a lot of really mature options. You know everything from open source real time. Dr like free are toss to Commercially supported Source code off from for example microbiome or express logic great examples. You know you can get commercial software but you get the source code you compile you get support and you know an arm. We work with all of these off. All of these are toss Partners in making sure that all the supports great drivers etc so we do a very wide range of microcontroller to -nology so what were the what were the the open source of the non-commercial drivers you're mentioning so a great example of for for open source is free artas so fair toss one of the better known open source real time up and what about. Tiny os is is a. Is that fall in that. Classification is why are kentucky or or Where do they fall into the spectrum. Very good questions. So that's not the the the real time operating system spectrum. That's the middle one. This low power operating system would function so tiny lesson can t care great examples of kind of free community open source based projects with roots back in academia now just recently from arm. We actually announced what we call embedded operating system and beto s and that that falls in that category as well. So that's does okay aimed at not real time but the really low power devices where we're focused on internet connectivity insecurity in particular. So what do we call it. What do we call these low. Not a west as you said. so what. What are we going to call these number two there when things settled down and when you look back in time let's say five years from now we're going to call these things operating systems as simple as that is going to be an operating system and we're not gonna think deeper into it. It's going to be the whole set of software from drivers to scheduling to security to communications. That you need to go start creating your application right. Yeah no. I'm talking about the the middle so we got the bare metal. You're writing your own drivers your main control lou bouquet. That's our the bare metal software The second the second one is for energy management bouncing energy management and functionality and the third one is the are toss. And i'm sure it's evolving from there but what's that what's that second one. What what do we call those. I mean so. He's one of those and tiny. Oh is one of those. What do they have like a general generalized name. I know they fall the umbrella. But for that middle segment. Because i think that's important. I think we'll really end up. Just calling them operating systems simple as that operating systems for embedded devices more for for iot as opposed to the artas is. Is it contrasting it to the artas which are which are more specialized in particular verticals in often. Unfortunately having the silence that carry it around with him. Well i think the really built the difference right. We have you know the operating system where you have all the software you need works for most things internet connected devices in particular and then you have a real time operating systems are exactly that right. It's it's a it's a software stack specialized in in real time performance. And and you'll naturally have this on this application a different verticals like automotive for or safety applications and so i think that is how people will talk about it in the future. Okay absolute now. So if we if we squint a little bit we can see with moore's law and with with with with everything else that the hardware is obviously getting more powerful. There's more memory available and it's becoming lower costs so i think you know as we've seen in general computing. Were seeing prices going down immersing capabilities going up so i guess my question is when does the general os or will the general s ever be able to to i guess consume or eat. The are toss. And you know my perspective. And i've said it. Many times is is all about standardization. And i really believe. The one of the greatest frictions that are holding back iot. Today is this lack of standardization multiple levels specifically at the know the ip level. But i see our toss you know if we're talking about certain iot applications. It's really important that you know that our t. part of the are toss is it. Is it going to be subsumed or consumed by general os or is there always going to be placed in iot for real time operating systems so i think there will be a place. I don't believe that that That the real time. Scheduler operating systems will be consumed by general operating system. I think what you'll find is that they'll start to work together at some point and we're already starting to see that right like at arm. For example we collaborate with our toss vendors and provide them with parts of the technology. We have we have something called a client. Which does all the upper layer standards for communications from secure to coop. Http device management and we actually bundle that so that can be used on our tosses on lena for example where cooperate system. So you start to see these kind of these kinds of combinations but we see also the lean space writing lennox we have not basically we also have real time variations of leanings where you can add on a special scheduler to lena. Cts is not used very widely but it is used in certain applications in iot iot but more really hardcore industrial applications. You'll see kind of industrial p. c.'s. Running real time leanings. As i think you'll see a similar trend happen in the microcontroller space. Will you have a general operating system like s and then the ability to plug in some real time things when when you need that. And i'm okay with that. You know as long as an an i don't know if you're talking about the upper layers if you're talking about the communication stack but as long as there is a common communication stack or i should say communication stack that uses standards. So i can then start leveraging the economies of scale whether it's an toss based system whether it's a general os whether it's not fair to the metal. Maybe some of the drivers but is that. Is that what you're talking about is that is that possible it is. That's where we're going right now. I think that's the big trend. We're going to see in two thousand fifteen You know last year was all about. Oh you know we gotta we gotta get the standards. Where are the standards. Iot hype was really on the upswing right And the anthrax. Had for a lot of people when i talk to them is that you know. We've got the standards right. We've been working on this for ten years. Now we've got low power ip six. We've got nora. Really efficient binary web protocol. We've got security. We've got discovery. We now have object formats. You know the so alliance recently published Yeah whole set of object. Semantic formats really nice reusable device management from lightweight unto him in a main all open standards based on you know basic internet blue building blocks. We have them go out and use them. I think last year we really got that message through the people. We've seen alliance of his coming together on that nearly putting those pieces together and you know why season example of that kind of putting all the building blocks together and say. Hey there's here's different architectures where you can use internet standards. And i think that's a healthy thing to do now the challenge this year's how do we get those standards to people right. Mount traditionally imbedded software hasn't worked like that right and that it's offers been more like. Hey here's a chip in your some drivers using you need to go and put together the pieces of your thing. And we're assuming you're things really specialized so the same package of of building. Blocks won't work for everyone right and so it's been very fragmented you've had to piece together a security stack here. Zd stack here And that hasn't really provided for scale so the big trend this year we'll be soccer ecosystem so all that software in all those standards implemented in a way that people can get a hold of them. And that's that's kind of the problem. We're trying to solve it arm. Now focusing our energy on we've got you know worshipping over three billion cortex m that's our our term controller chips with our partners. Of course we don't make chips but texas splits does at modena's peeing all of our partners over three billion a year. How do we get all these standards. Those chips right. That's a huge number of devices out there. We could just get the software technology everyone and these open. i guess. These software ecosystems are going to be dependent on open standards. Obviously because you have to right the something any gets you have to get services working with your devices. And that's the other then thing that will happen is as we have the software systems available. The standards are easily available to developers. Me need that other part of the ecosystem which is the cloudplayer's services that can host your data operators that can go easily build out the network for you an infrastructure mum. You'll server platforms. That can talk to your devices easily. Make a web page. And that's why actually just at the end of last year we announced that we're we're expanding on our partner program to to cover the cloud side of things as well so we used to only partner with silicon providers support their chips with software. Make sure all the drivers are great. But we've we've realized talking to people in issued. It wasn't enough we need to actually go work. With all the cloud players including players like salesforce dot com. They wouldn't normally think of right as bedded iot but they are. They're the world's largest business application flowers. Yeah no one. I think it's an important point that you bring up. Is you know into certain extent. What you're really talking about is is bridging. Ot and it and so yeah. We need the cloud to be using the same stacks the same standards as the chips as the software. I should say as a sophomore as the protocols which we've talked about on the show before and we're going to be speaking about more and as the you know the os is as we're talking about now and obviously being hosted by the chips because that's what the internet of things is it just goes beyond the operating technology of 'em to am or these specialized industries that we've talked about before it goes beyond the the enterprise. It which you know which which gathered. i guess more human based information or input it in whatever whatever format an and that's and that's really i guess as a really important is that bridging between the ot in the it. And i guess if you think about it. Yeah i it makes logical sense that arm and other players would start thinking about the communication and more holistic manner. And and so. That's what you're seeing. This year's i guess a broadening of the vision I guess a more practical use of the standards of bringing together the standards from these different lines as groups consortiums and then to enable i guess a broader vision of what I guess communication means for for iot. Is that a fair way to summarize. Yeah getting the software to people right so we'll be open sourcing off huge range of of communication standards this tier on temperature and that it's one of our main goals actually getting technology to developers for free and the Right not just a little pieces of it but things they can really go using products. That's sorry that's i wanted to talk about in in particular now okay so listeners. To this show we've got all types of listeners. Show but although we're talking technology now because i really believe you know you have to understand how it works for. You can put it to work. Really you know. The focus here is for business. Executives leaders managers that are thinking about implementing iot within their business as a process or within a product So okay so we're going to make our connected product now. We need to make a lot of different decisions. You know i've spent again the first five Episodes of this of this podcast on sensors in particular more at a macro level not at the embedded level. We're going to do that as well. But what do what do they need to think about. What what when. You're planning your out business. What do you need to think about from a software point of view. What are the important factors that you should be taken consideration when you're building both your business plan and your requirements doc. Because i'm assuming that's where that's where the we we let the the serious techies. I guess like yourself Take it from there. But from a business point of view what do what do we need to know so that we can talk intelligently intelligently and make the right strategic decisions when it comes to the software on. I guess what we're talking. We've been talking realistically but inspe- in particular for this episode of one type about the software on that censor what what are the considerations one of the factors here. Why think a couple of things first of all you know. You can't separate hardware from the software. You think of them a little bit more holistically so i i think it's really important to choose Hardware platforms which have a really long life cycle because not only are going to be putting device out on the field for a long time. You're also gonna be evolving the You might you might open up new versions of the product new variations as you succeed the really important to have scale around the hardware families you have. Why why do you need to separate hardware and software I mean from the dilution that we've been talking about specifically for looking at standards and in these ecosystems theoretically they should run on whatever hardware you choose or is that just not the case. Is that not realistic today. For over the air standards. Absolutely so if you're thinking about for example interoperability with another device. Even from another vendor could use. I want yeah. That's what i want. I want different. Interoperability between different vendors at me and i have to speak pick a specific hardware or not it also. That's okay. that's definitely doable. And that's something to keep in mind when you're choosing software is that you have interoperability the standards for that reason. However though when you're making you know the hardware decisions within your own organization for your own products. The business decision in this case. Actually taking the right hardware. Let alas right you wanna be able to reuse the same controllers manley's across zero chips you want to maximize your volumes of hardware that you can actually purchase when you're making that across devices you wanna be able to reuse radio interfaces drivers so that a lot you can do with us certifying you know modules for what you're doing in reusing that across products so i think hardware in that sense is a is a business choice of how you create scale across your products. I think that's important to keep in mind that software right. Is that well when you when you're choosing software ecosystem in. You're building your software. Toolkit you wanna make sure that you can reuse the same software applications across those products. You might have three different variations of home automation sensor for example. You definitely don't want to have three completely different on software toolkits you want to have the same one and you may have three different variations an application right. So is this a big decision number two. I one picking the proper hardware. Harbor platform sequinned picking the the proper software ecosystem. Yeah and i think in particular making sure that you have on a soccer system that can support the different hardware communication interfaces applications. You wanna create and as much as possible. I think what you're going to see happening. Is that a lot of budget. Used to go into a hand piecing together matz of proprietary software Absolutely i think that's going to change. I think the budget is going to be more in the hardware making sure you have the best possible hardware and designed for your device right. The the importance of design is is getting bigger and bigger you know embedded devices are becoming sexy in never used to be like that right right. The thermostat right spread sex ever sexy now. They are thanks to nest right. I think you're gonna see a lot more of that right a lot of energy. Go to design and then the energy won't go into piecing together. You're you're you're crypto libraries for from software that will just become part of this offer ecosystem neutrals but what timeframe we're talking about zach. I mean this. This year's happened okay. Here yeah it's it's gonna be really exciting. That's what that's what gets me out of bed in the morning that this year is going to be super exciting that we can actually get that kind of software to people so where software ecosystems. That's what i want to talk about. So software ecosystems now these are directly related choosing yourself or ecosystem these directly related to whether you're in the all seen camp the thread camp whenever camp or are they delineated and what are the choices that are available. Then yeah no. That doesn't have to do a standard. Luckily that would get really messy if it did. It's not about the standards standards are the the the whole set of things that you need to. You need to have in a softer. Right needing to happen implementations of standard. So whether they're you know threat or wi fi or bluetooth low energy or six pan in general all those need to be supported by software system right. It's got to be a part of this offer. Okay yom just like those. Things are supported in lennox. Right of ethan and wi fi support You know -til security for example. That's not something that can be. Add on right. It's got to be part of your operating system part of your software all the standards we talked about need to be part of the software that you use so when it's about software ecosystem it's really about finding an easily available on software. Where you have an ecosystem around. You've got enough people that you work within your value chain right because now it's not just about you as a company. You probably have to work with other suppliers module acres gateway manufacturers get mclamb. Goes you need to work with service providers to work now the easy cloud providers right. Maybe you wanna host application somewhere so you wanna make sure the soccer exist. You're working with actually. Has those players involved. You can easily go work with them so suffer. Ecosystems are these now packaged as products. Are there more than is there more than one that she is from. Because i i mean. I like the evolution as opposed to having to think about it at a protocol level at an os level you know and then a different protocol will usually after the gateway whatever. Now you're saying no no you you think about it as a software ecosystem great that makes them excuse. That makes sense to me logical sense now again from a business perspective. Are there choices out there right now that we can actually make or variety. We're just starting to see evolution of this in a we have. We've had it in mobile right for a long time. Great example know android is is operatives persistent mobile absolutely So as iowa sexually in cloud we have this. We've had it for a long time. Different pockets of technology that worked together software. You can go get tickets for free. Open source just starting to see it on one of the early ones. In embedded was aunt our dino are doing is a great example of a software to go. Get the tool kit. You go use it. You can prototype your stuff really quickly on an arm. Are big fans of a gardena That's more aimed at maker prototyping phase of evolution of a product. Now what we're going to see this year is the the the start of soccer ecosystems for actual products which used to be otake a piece of software here and that's really what we're focused on with. The arm and bed project is actually doing that. And that's what we're going to be bringing out this year is actual complete software system. So not only the software for free but also all the partners so partners making modules that boards gateways operators who actually host services for for those back in software providers. That that you know. Make sure things are compatible. So that whole that whole network of of different companies. Now i dig it and makes a lot sense But i want have more than one choice. So what are you know is it. Just that embed is coming up. I are there others out there. You know what what's the was. The landscape look like so right now and that is is one of the bigger bigger efforts going on on We've had some software ecosystems from from individual silicon vendors for quite a while so different so connors tend to kinda create their own software toolkits. Okay for quite a while and you can do shirl out with those You will see things that are programming language specific. So you have things like java any for example. Let's that's a you know what what oracle does make sure that job runs on on devices so it becomes an ecosystem because ecosystem account because it's run language now. The lies not so clear though right. So if you look at jonah vami we actually use And better less to run java. Emmy right because you need. You need a native operating system. Some job interpreted language so they actually work together right. You may choose how you re. What language right your your programs in. So there won't always be that it's one creek versus another may be that one sits on top of other for example So looking at it again from a business perspective. Your recommendation is okay. You know start looking at it. More macro level look for you know if possible a software ecosystem that you can buy into. That's going to support the different use cases that you have the different hardware configurations that you have What other advice can you give you know again looking at the software for the software decisions that have to be made. Are there any other big ones. So i think another another big thing is that i'm the the change you'll see now that we don't have to invest as much in pieces of supporting software. You're a lot more effort put into action so the application that goes and runs on the device that's what our designers in in the companies. We work with. That's what they should be thinking about from day one. How do we make the user experience. Great right how do we make sure that this device has the features that that really you know fundamentally changes the problem. We're trying to solve if we're making a thermostat or or a light bulb. What is it that we need to do to make that great at in focus on that from day one right rather than kind of building up all these dirty technology and engineers. We love to solve those problems. But that's not the problem that the consumer has ride okay. So in this case what you're talking about are the apps for the products and the products using sensors whether distributed or whether built embedded within the product sell so. You're not talking about writing apps on the sensors themselves or is this just a semantic kind of difference that we're talking about here so yeah you don't you don't actually write sensors on our apps on sensors per se right mom's on the actual micro controller. Yeah but you have a lot of system on chip technology Being used already now where the line between these is getting very blurred. We have you know. Cortex cores built into all types of sensors a single sensor. Sometimes it's a whole range of sensors built into the chip itself Zoe processor plus sensors all in one package. Okay okay so that'll be enough to run your entire embedded product and. Is that what you're saying absolutely we're seeing you know. do ices easily with tens of kilobytes of ram one. Hundreds of kilobytes of flash for very low costs being integrated with sensor socks. Instead it's been happening already for a couple of years now as a trend of integration so for the sensors themselves in the case of say a measuring process within within retrofitting while say An existing process than from a software point of view again. The recommendation is look at look at these at these software ecosystems And that pretty much covers it. Then is that right. I mean because because that's gonna take care of the you know the operating system with real time or not that's gonna take care of the of the communication stack hopefully with the standards that we've all been talking about uptick security. Yep and you still have to do a lot of work right. But then you'll be able to focus your work. For example you may have a very specialized sensor right. That's the special thing you do. You might write driver for that sensor and then you know you might contribute that driver back to the software for system so the existing grows sweat. A lot of the people involved do Is their job. Might also be selling that sensor separately and then you focus on the actual functionality of the device then you can kinda shift your effort around on the other big trend. I wanna point out that. I love this quote. Is that after one of the analysts that we work with is that no by two thousand eighteen Over fifty percent of the applications in iot will be from startups and not just any start ups right startups that are only being founded now. So that don't even exist as of last year half half. That's how innovative iot will be right. That sounds a lot like the early web to me right when webster taking off huge number of startups totally innovating. How we run businesses. How we run you know social networks right howie solve basic problems of government that didn't exist before they were founded to go solid problems. We're going to see a different similar trend in innovation in iot. And i think that's why it's really important that world when we build technology so technologists from from from from tech companies building platforms for innovation not the vertical solution for For duly of nation. And you must use it this way and that's it more. Here's the toolkit technologies we've we've figured out the basic stuff you need to go in communicate onto web communications etc. go build. You need to do do it fast right. We're not gonna do anything that limits. What what you can create. And i think that's a paradigm change that where we're seeing at the same bed. And that's what's driving the software your systems the need for people to just innovate bluetooth. Low energy and in kickstarter right. Now you see it tons of interesting projects. We see them come across our desk than when they use the software that they tell us about it right. Wow that's cool. I didn't know you could do a noon. We saw on just recently a little scale a little flat born. You put inside your fridge and you put your different produce and things that you normally have in different places in your fridge and it tells you when you're out of something you're running low in the milk department. It usually have this much time to go to. The store is pretty neat. Like just a a really simple me. You know i had this problem. I'm gonna go saw type of you kickstarter type of of project. We're i chuckle at that. Because i just think back i guess it was almost a year ago. Today when the fridges among other consumer devices were actually set up as a button at the send to send spam but insider's chuckle on that. It had to happen. But i think your point is is an important one from a business point of view. Think about what. You're deploying generalize what you're deploying not to just solve the problem that you are planning the solve because specifically There may be other problems that you're saying that your platform will call it. A platform can solve. And if you're using some something like a like an ecosystem that's hopefully using standardization which means that small companies and startups can actually innovate and as that fifty percent number. That's assuming of course you know that it's friction that i spoke about earlier is kind of eliminated in. There are some standards. Because you're not going to have small startups taking bets on taking taking flyers but the business lesson here is when you're when you're deploying you may be doing home automation and maybe it's security but maybe think a little bit be a little bit more Forethought adding in the sense of the hardware. The issues specifically the software. You choose so that you can perhaps offer different products in the future that you didn't even think about or open up your system for other people to develop on it and yeah network effect right now. You have a whole ecosystem. Without silos of other companies making products. You could bundle. There's you could sell your product into their offerings in their region You can find new service providers operators to go and sell your product in in their markets. All through business relationships rather than through a lot of engineering. And that's really excited. We're going to see that It's it starting a little bit now. Some ecosystems of these different vendors. Working together i think In in next few years you'll start to see more and more than brother all over it. I appreciate it Tell our listeners where they can find out more about you for your come about your company Some data points that they can put in the show notes. So i think the best place right now to look for information is on at embed dot org for what we're working on all the free software ecosystems talking about so n. b. e. dot org all right. We'll put that in the show notes with that. I will say thank you. It was very important. Informative and and yeah. I'm hoping i'm hoping like you are that. The software ecosystem does take hold this year. Two thousand fifteen hundred here. I folks zach predicted it and and we'll talk to you soon so thanks for being on the show okay. 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Battle acts: France beefs up its forces

The Economist: The Intelligence

21:39 min | 4 months ago

Battle acts: France beefs up its forces

"Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist. Radio i'm your host jason palmer. Every weekday we provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world early in the pandemic. The question was whether a cooped up planet would produce more. Babies were fewer. The answer is now clear. Many many fewer we look into the prospect on a planet with fewer people. There are fewer transformative ideas and a fame series of sculptures known as the bannon bronzes has become a focal point in a global discussion about the restitution of artworks to their homelands. It's a debate. That raises tempers and a great many questions first up though since two thousand thirteen french armed forces have been stationed in the suhel fighting jihadists francis forces have been stretched just over five thousand of its troops for a region. Roughly the size of western europe. Such counterinsurgency operations might be challenging. But these days francis generals have their sights on something far larger forests in the plains of the champagne ogden region. The armed forces are beginning to prepare for the return of a major conflict exercise. Orion a giant drill plan for twenty twenty three who involve the full range of french military capacity on a scale not tested for decades specter of high-end war is now so widespread When you talk to military analysts that is an acronym for this scenario. Hei which stands for the english translation is hypothesis of major engagement. Sophie pattern is our paris bureau chief. And it's really a seismic shift. I would say for french forces because if you think back thirty years ago most of them were involved in overseas operations in peacekeeping and if the last decade it's been a question of counterterrorism or counterinsurgency most that side the being in operation but can in the sahel or even a counter-terrorist operation could operation centeno in france itself. But last year the head of the army general tilly bucker presented a strategic vision for twenty thirty looking ahead to the next decade and in it he described an outlined the need for the to prepare for high intensity state on state conflicts and he had this line which is very striking. He said the return of a major conflict is now a credible hypothesis. And is it. Is that something. That france needs to be worried about well. General becca seems to think so. We interviewed him recently and he told us that we absolutely have to prepare for a more dangerous world observable by did you want me to dominate. This requires what he calls. A hardening of the land army take for example. Different trump rations. So hell they have five thousand one hundred soldiers out there but the future operations planning for now could involve something between eight thousand or twenty five thousand soldiers. So it's really a huge change of scale and general burqas said that it's going to require a number of reforms from more demanding and selective recruitment into the army in the first place more investment in modern equipment. Much simpler organizational structures. The army can be more nimble and more efficient and a tougher training regime in order to prepare the land for major conflict. The military staff have set up ten working groups that have been looking into scenarios and cover everything from munitions shortages to even the resilience of society. You know whether or not citizens would be ready to accept levels of casualties that we really haven't seen since horribly will to and who is the imagined enemy here whereas france anticipating conflict flaring up then not named the presumed opponent so there. If you are scandalous the obvious ones would be possibly russia. Possibly turkey possibly north african country somewhere in the eastern or southern mediterranean. But already if you look at where the french keep their forces overseas already in some ways stretched and being pulled him. Several directions look at their contribution to nato battlegroups for example station in poland and the baltic states. Friendship sent troops to eastern estonia. They're also operating in the eastern mediterranean. Remember that france and turkey clashed one point of the coast and libya. They have done in. Cyprus and on top of that france is involved in the indo pacific where it has a steady naval presence in the area regularly sales through the south sea. So that is a question of choices. And we also interviewed france's chief of naval staff abroa- von jay. Who said ultimately. It's a question of priorities and there's percy's have to come from the politicians and so is on track to make the reforms that are necessary to handle the kind of conflicts that we're talking about here if you look at the defense budget. There's been a significant increase from about two thousand nine hundred nineteen all the way through to twenty twenty five by twenty twenty five. There will be an increase in the budget to fifty billion euros which will be more than forty percent on the left in two thousand eighteen. It is a significant increase analysts outside the military staff recognized that for the first time. There is this real match between the ambitions. And the money's allocated i mean an example is the core modernization program which is known to scorpion. Which will replace every single frontline motorized and armored vehicle and upgrade all the nine thousand nine hundred zero tanks and connects all these together over single digital network and the first brigade should be ready. Twenty twenty three so. I think there is a feeling that the french are now. Putting the money into defense in a significant winter modernization and it takes their entire budget over the two percent of gdp requested by nato. And so it's just a matter of spending the hardware the kit to the technology. Well it's interesting. It's not quite as simple as that. Because if you look at the difference between the french upgrade program and the british what striking is that the british are focused much more an attack heavy vision of future war whereas the french are concerned more with the actual boots on the ground at if you look at the cuts for example france is keeping sixty percent more soldiers than britain plans to and fifty percent more tanks on the other hand. It's been relatively slow to do things like arm or even acquire drones. And there's some concerns it. It's falling behind on the automation on the battlefield. When you talk to french offices. They are a little bit more. Skeptical than british or american ones about how technology will or even ought to transform the battlefield. Jimmy or is she just a simple song. General becker told us. Technology has never one hundred percent effective boozer for these nonlethal through engineering to combat the dignity. And so just need to be able to operate in an environment where the technology is degraded. And it doesn't work anymore. Of course it doesn't mean that france is not doing anything. The new demands of war things like space or cyber last year. In september france's f was became the air and space force. They are investigating and looking into those domains. But i think importantly it's a question of where they put the priority and how far they won't let technology. Dr division of future will how does all this modernization and beefing up fit in with how france will be working with with military partners. In all of scenario plannings. They assume that they're working alongside allies of some sort and that could be nature that could be the americans and that of course raises the question of how those sorts of scenarios mash with president macron's political ambitions to create european defense. This is the sort of ongoing question about whether or not his vision is a compliment to nato or a sort of rival to it but those are questions at the end of the day off for the politicians. And what we've been looking at is really how the military and the village chiefs are preparing themselves to be able to put their troops into battle in case of a major conflict. So thank you very much for your time. Thanks jason is a pleasure. There's no perfect time to have a baby. But for perspective parents a pandemic might have seen even less perfect. Birth rates have dropped significantly over the past year as much as fifteen percent in both china and america. that's enough of a decrease to bend the long arc of global population forecasts. And that baby bust doesn't just threaten economic growth. World of fewer people could be a less innovative if you look back pre pandemic all the varying population projections over the next century. What most of them showed was continued growth in population into of second half of the twenty first century and then population reaching a plateau somewhere around a population of ten billion things. Start to level off ryan avon rights free exchange. The economists call him on economics. Forty five percent. Nearly half of all people on earth live in countries. Now where the fertility rate is below replacement levels a lot of rich countries have dropped below replacement rate in emerging markets. Look like they're going to be doing much. The same thing. Okay so we were already approaching peak population. Now there's been this pandemic baby bust. Where does that leave us. So if you look at these trends that we're seeing and then imagine how they're compounded by this baby bus that we experienced as a result of the pandemic you come away with two conclusions. One is that first of all population is likely to peak a lot earlier than we thought perhaps closer to mid century the end of the century and then also once. We hit that peak. It seems quite possible that rather than just sort of leveling off that we actually continued to see a decline in population which be a dramatic change relative to where we've been over the past two centuries but what are the consequences of that. I mean that is less demand on scarce resources less damage to the environment and so on. Is that a bad thing. I think that's people's immediate intuition. Is that population growth slowing and perhaps reversing itself. Maybe that makes a lot of our serious environmental problems a lot easier if the population is falling because poor countries are enjoying more freedom better access to contract into job markets. That's a good thing. And then i guess economically you know if we look back at events like the black death. As a consequence of that dramatic population decline there was a scarcity of workers relative to land and resources and other things and that meant more freedom for workers and much higher income levels but beyond that you end up having a population distribution that skews toward the old which means first of all. You're going to have huge labor needs in areas like homecare healthcare. You know you've got concerns about sustainability of debt load sustainability of pension plans all of that stuff that economists writes about all the time. But then i think there's another issue which we probably don't think about nearly enough but an interesting recent paper by this growth economist at stanford. University's name is charles jones. Points out that if you have fewer people around you have fewer new ideas. Your new scientific discoveries technological innovations and if the supply of new ideas were to constrict enough then whatever economic benefits we might have expected to see from reduced resource pressure higher wages that sorta thing might be cancelled entirely simply for a dearth of new ideas. That's right. I mean you may think. What's the big deal with ideas. But if you really want to generate sustained income increases over time what you need is new knowledge. You need either new tasks value that we can use existing resources to do. We need to come up with new and better ways of doing things. And if you look back at the last hundred two hundred years we've had extraordinary. Population population has grown from one billion to almost eight billion but despite that because of this flow of new technologies new ways of doing things we've seen growth and income per person. The worry would be that you no longer have the flow of ideas that you had before. Then you can't sustain that growth and living standards level out or even fall right but the projections have p population had something like ten billion people. Even among ten billion people. There wouldn't be enough ideas to get this kind of work smarter not harder to work. I think we're sort of thinking about the short term. The next generation or two then the kinds of dynamics that charles jones writing about art nearly as important as other things. But just in the way that you know. Growth runs into diminishing returns without new ideas. This process of discovering new ideas along a lot of margins runs into diminishing returns. And we see this in the real world we see that the the amount of research effort that goes into generating a doubling of competing power has gone up over time and so really in some crucial way. Population size itself matters two hundred. Mr jones suggests that we get past that loss to up the number of ideas. I think you can talk about ways in which it might be feasible to increase fertility rates by alleviating a lot of the hardships associated with childbearing and childcare improving safety nets. And things like that. Getting rid of discrimination in the workforce against mothers who have children but i think from my own perspective the critical thing in the short run is to really make much better use of the human potential that we have now part of what that means is not cutting back on education budgets not cutting back and research budgets but also looking out at the world and seeing we have almost eight billion people that is just a massive amount of brain power and potential creative energy. there If only we were doing more to allow all those billions to reach their full potential. It's an interesting thing to think about the species being at this sort of point in our history this critical point where our decisions really have a significant effect on. Would it all ends up. Meaning where we are. You know millennia down the road. I think if you imagine the perspective of people who have landed in the equilibrium that we create now. It seems to me that they will find it foolish. That advanced economies today didn't invest lavishly and the talents of the world's were billions brian. Thanks very much for your time. Thank you jason. For decades countries that lost cultural artifacts in times of war and conflict have been campaigning. To get them back. Attention has particularly focused on the ben in bronzes intricate metal plaques and sculptures many were taken by the british the end of the nineteenth century in what is now bending city in nigeria. They were scattered museums and collections across the world. Now some might at last be going back. It's really an extraordinary moment. After years. If not decades. Nigerians pushing for the ben bronzes to be returned to nigeria and basically being ghosted things are really on the move feel. Morocco is the economists correspondent. I think there's a new generation of people who are interested in examining the history of colonialism and empire. There's a new generation of scholars. There are two new books that have come out on the ben in bronzes. Both of which have really helped move this forward. How so how is the scholarship changing things. So last november. Dan hicks curator at the pitt rivers. Museum brought out book called quite controversially. The british museums in which he examined the manner in which the bannon bronzes had been seized. Now phillips has written another book that adds yet context the whole story of the banning. Bronzes those books demonstrate beyond doubt that they were seized as military booty. In circumstances that would now really be described as the unlawful destruction of cultural heritage by the un security council. And i think one of the reasons why this case is so much at the forefront of the discussions about restitution is it's clear cut history the way these objects were taken offers such a moral question about whether restitution should happen. What kind of restitution dash should be an. Why is that the. Why are these artifacts in particular so important in that discussion. Well historically extraordinarily important made in medieval times in belen sitting what was known as eddo which was a huge tribe ing city state full of artistic creativity and military power. Same time in sixteen hundred dutch visitor. Who went there. Described the palace of the oba or the king so large that you can feel no end. The walls decorated with elaborate metal plaques the depicted hunters of musicians and courtiers animals. They are absolutely unmistakable. And the controversy arises as to how it was left nigeria in the first place in eighteen ninety seven extensively in retribution for an attack which killed seven british of ces. They launched an attack of that own balanced city. But it wasn't really a retribution. It was a very very well-thought-out. Clearly planned operation with massive armory looting by the soldiers of all treasures was allowed and evening courage to part to pay for the expedition today. They are spread across hundred and sixty museums across the world host of private collections chiefly in america in britain and in germany. But as you say and as we've spoken about before this this movement for restitution is gaining ever more momentum. What's what institutions are are on board with restitution say the big change has come. This year has been nouncement by the german government. They are going to negotiate with the nigerians for the return of their massive holdings of then in bronzes. This is enormous. There are other institutions to be looking at this very very carefully at the end of march aberdeen. University in scotland became first place in britain for over fifty years to announce that they were going to send their banning bronze to nigeria. I think that where we're going to see the earliest moves on this score again to be in. British and american museums have smallholdings. That of course leaves the british museum which has single biggest holding in the world. Almost two thousand pieces but the british museum and the victorian album museum in london would require a change in the law for the restitution of these pieces and so far they have set quite About what they gained to do and when we've talked about restitution before it's not a very straightforward question there are there are risks as well. I think that's absolutely right. I mean there are different views. Even within nigeria. alf. You know on one hand. You have the governor of ed. O state who has commissioned david adjei the architect of the smithsonian african american museum in washington to build a new museum and educational facility in ben city but there are also many people in nigeria who think that passes money should be spent on hospitals or on schools so there are competing visions. What's interesting is how far we've come already. I think that moral momentum is not going to go away for your medevac. You very much for joining us. Thank you jason That's all for this. Episode of the intelligence shows editors are margarite. How and kim gidell's took our senior producers or chris impey and marino and sam colbert our producer. Stevie hurts and william warren and assistant producer takes. Hoskin are sound engineer. Daniel lloyd evans with help this week. From seoul. Rivers at our training is atasoy abortion dairo. No all back here on monday.

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Benchmarking Vision on Edge vs Cloud

Data Skeptic

47:52 min | 4 months ago

Benchmarking Vision on Edge vs Cloud

"In the human brain vision system is co located with the central compute machine. Vision need not be built in the same way. Experimental farms for example are exploring computer vision done at the edge on individual low powered devices which can report back independently to a central server. This is data skeptic consensus and the twenty eighth installment in our series about how multi agent systems achieve collective decision-making today on the show. I'm joined by carthage. Junker and shuli chatterjee discuss the paper janice benchmarking commercial and open source cloud and edge platforms for object and anomaly. Detection workloads I am a master student at carnegie mellon university. In an studying computer science i previously did my undergrad at purdue university studying computer engineering and i worked with professor chatterjee at the inventory for cells in your emissions lab. I am molly chatterjee. I'm an assistant professor. In the department of agricultural and biological engineering which is in both colleges engineering colleges of agriculture at goodyear university and i lead the innovate celts. Annual machines. which is called is and we do. Both applied machine learning computational genomics on the one hand and cloud an iot on the other hand. Maybe i'm just not close enough to the loop of things. But i think it might be a little atypical to have those two departments close together. Are you guys. Pioneers in the spacer is spending ongoing trend. I would say atkin. Biological engineering is my home. I have a background in both computational genomics on computer science so my phd wasn't bioengineering and michael stop was in computer science and because it might department be which is by the way number one in the country they really liked to see applied computational algorithms being applied to both the sides of the department so be have an agricultural side in which my specialty digital agriculture and we have biological engineering side. Where my specialty is computational genomics and the way the two of them are kind of tied together is applied machine learning so it's applied data science and engineering lab apply to pull two domains off nomex and iot and alex was easy to think of some of the techniques of machine learning apply to digital data. Do lots of episodes on stuff like that. But agricultural data is not quite so digitize or maybe. It's more digitized than i know. What does it look like in terms of sensors in devices. If i were to go on a modern farm and really see what's high-tech what's the current state of things. Internet of things is pretty much booming in the space of agriculture and all these sensors are getting smarter and smarter especially things like temperature sensors humidity sensors and there are a variety of these smart farms. As we call it that employ these devices that can send data either to edge nodes are the cloud to do different kinds of processing and get either health checks on the farm or just generally track different metrics of diplomates and what are some of the opportunities to apply machine learning in an agricultural context. What kinds of problems are useful or solvable. In today's world. I would say that for the opportunities in machine learning. We pretty much see things like anomaly. Detection being pretty big. Let's take for example temperature sensors right and we're tracking the temperature. Various positions of our firemen using that to correlate to the health of the crops. I think knowing what anomalies are being detected if there's an actual issue with the temperature dropping too low things like that so applying machine learning in that aspect to find out. What are the true problems with the farm. Whereas it's just a sensor artifact. I think is a big area of interest in that space. Yeah so i'll be are part of a big project here. It's called the wabash Innovation network and this is funded by the lilly. Endowment is a dollar forty million project which has to do with making board manufacturing as well as agricultural digitized in this indiana region. It's ten county region around the pool university area and a big trust off both colleges of engineering and ag is that can be connect the various forums that are there in this region using sensor notes that are deployed in the fields of these farmers. So we have actually been using. Both experimental forms is valid. Farmed in ten county region to centralize them. And what we are doing as we kind of. Have a living test beck where you have. These sensors deployed in various forms in this region and then we are also connecting these two. We have a dashboard awful. These sensors deployed in farms. And then we also have a drones that we have chased and then we have an embedded test that could explain the various aspects of it but the high level dimension is that having a connected ecosystem of farms bear the form said generating data the status obviously multi-dimensional and so you will see for example in our paper. We have data that has been collected using humidity. Sensors and temperature sensors from sensors deployed in these farms. So in addition to that will be having carbon. Senses that will be deployed. That'd be have mike read sensor essentially multidimensional dego sets that are being created from these real farts. In addition to experimental farms that darren the university area so essentially digitizing agriculture by having data sets and driving the data from these sensor to make the right decisions for the farmers what sort of experiments go on an experimental farm. So since i'm a data. Scientists by role is to basically have this end to end pipeline. A let me give you some examples. A few things to keep in mind as one as venue hobby sensor is being deployed these agricultural fields they have to be rugged is so that is something that you don't realize it as a computer scientist or even as electric engineer that you go into foreign you deploy sensors and you think oh well we going to get data so that does not happen so you will see in my website and be have been learning some of this the hard way that we have the raspberry pi has to be a rugged is if you have regular censor notes for example temperature humidity nitrate. All of that is being done by company. In design we also have microsoft research pouring in sensor knows as well as the data pipeline to be able to collect data from farms and ultimately the goal is to have this into an pipeline. So the way the fluid beat up low can be described. Is that data's being collected from the centers. And then you have gateway notes right so right now in our current implementation the gateway nodes us simple raspberry pies and these gates we know. They're aggregating the data from these various sent out so right now. The connective de again is neuro. So known range In future you can have you know. nb iot etc very signs of virus connectivity. but the current connectedness. So once you have the gate be north aggregating all these different kinds of sensor data from the various forms traditionally. You will have one gig me not placed in each farm right so you have multiple think of one farm with multiple sensors gateway not in the farmer's house which is basically aggregating data from that form so far bond has multiple sensors in one get the farm to has multiple senses another gateway note. And so one you have a gateway of race that is connecting. Do the database. The right now again. Our databases a mongo. Dvd's and then we have a front end using refund. Analytics so doing this kind of a multidimensional data from data from the forms very cool. It's always been something i'm curious about. How data in a place like a farm where you don't think of as being data generating until you get all the sensors out there winds up in something like a mongo. Db got to be a lot of steps in that path. As you'd mentioned a lot of equipment and whatnot in terms of deployment things like that fit together is a lot of custom things or are there industry standards. That people are following with equipment protocols. What sort of the general tech stack look like. Yeah so i'm still like you said. Be a learning the hard way that a lot of this equipment does not be the equipment that you using controls lab settings to these have to be raggedy literally so we have three d. Printers we have these enclosures that are including off the sensor nodes as well as the gateway announced and then again like simple things like if you want newark activity it between the gateway notes on the sense nodes there is like say corn right. This is mid best. You might have cornfields. So if you have a high coordinators innovating the networking between the sentinel the gateway notes essentially have these long and teeny which will improve the connected to the so things like this that you would not think of in a controlled setting basically have to golf in digital agricultural setting one other thing to keep in mind as inherently. Because i'm an applied machine. Learning engineer by goal is to make sure i am more on the data pipeline site so one of the things that we have done. This is actually a project that is jointly funded by national science foundation. Computer science directorate. As well as army research laboratory we have set up a embedded and embedded testament is kind of you can think of this as the future of digital agricultural. Would a future farm look like to hear what we have is. We actually have a whole bunch of invidia devices so soc's system and trips. Currently we have multiple different kinds. We have nvidia jackson nadal. We have immediate jetsons. We have immediate xavier. Su'a xavier is actually the one that is there in south riding cars so we have four different capabilities of these. Soc's of system in tricks better connected in an embedded test bed that used for controlled experiments. That could be matched liter onto these living testaments when i say. Living test-best is rhetoric to the census. The gate be notes in the forest. Whereas my embedded testbed is you know sophisticated control testbed where we can run. A various experiments actress. Object detection and other computer vision. Experiments and bentinck of mapping denver later all in the rugged is farm setting where you have to think of additional things. In addition to just computational aspect of the sensor notes indicate rainouts. You're that's a very interesting aspect of edge computing that i think a lot of people don't realize because it seems so obvious what is edge computing. Meanwhile there's a computer out there but it's not just a dumb thing client that or it could be right a dumb thin client that just sends data to the cloud but it can be a whole lot more than that most of the time in machine learning. We kind of think like oh big training data. Big compute maybe not as good at the edge. How does it work do machine learning at the edge point here is that people say that you know is going to be like edge in the future and the regular vanilla cloud computing is going to die and give back to edge computing. I would say this is not just by saying you know people believe that it is very important for this kind of a decentralize edge ecosystem to survive and flourish hand-in-hand with the cloud centralized ecosystem. So if you think of are embedded test slash living testbed rights will be living testbed. Very you can think of everything. being deployed. In the form immortal devices that can think of the embedded testbed very half more sophisticated devices right so on the one hand. Let's think of the living test but to make this a little more appealing to visualize to test you will basically have data that is generated at the notes. What aspect of the edge selects. Consider three different politicians here. Right and the reason i see that as because the first fodder is something that is front and center in my lap and that is doing incense or malady so think of own device com pd phoenix slash incentives. Alex very. you don't want these sensors to just be getting acquiring all the state but you also want them to compute the data to some extent right so this is your sensor stack. Then you have the edge stack that you can think of all of these gateway nodes etcetera. That are aggregating and potentially intelligently aggregating all the data sets that are coming from the sentinels and then you can take off the cloud so the cloud may have databases such as mongo db. Either some of it may be hosted on premise. And some of it might be on the cloud greater in this setting again. You can see that. There is the score existence of incentive analysis on one end of the stock agent. Alex in the middle of the stack and cloud analytics at the other end of the stack. So if you take for example a self-driving practice relevancy is going to be of prime concern and possibly irrigating the field based on the brightness in the feel there you might have to take real time decisions you have sensing an attrition so big thing about cyber physical and even the cps size directorate venice. After i you know review and write proposals do abating is not just sensing but can you take intelligent deficient by activating the sense. Response to the sensing. So if you think of these centeno table sense the nitrates eight or sense of moisture in this case and then actually response to the brightness level and the soil right to these decisions have to be taken at real time but there might be other decisions. There is something may be of interest to the data scientists rate very essentially. I want to aggregate data from multiple farms overtime. Say over. five years moran okay with the data flowing to mine mongo db to and just collecting various kinds of aggregation statistics that i can call it over time. Do this overtime rights their lead and sees not a high concern and there. I basically result to the cloud because through something that i'm more interested in so i think in just the example you can see it's not just about cloud in are edge alex or on device computation. But they can be describing of these multiple aspects of computation along the patrons of device edge and kept. Yeah actually piggybacking of that last point about throughput as well. another dimension. that. I really motivates the need for machine learning at the edge nodes is also scale ability so the number of iot devices are increasing every day for various kinds of applications in trying to aggregate all the data and then take decisions like professor mentioned. Could be very time consuming. And a latency sensitive case so that scale ability aspect of having to take quick action on every single sensor note that we have is i think also very critical in that aspect. Absolutely one of the challenges. I think a modern implementer would face decisions about. So many of these trade-offs the cost the latency efficiency. And every use case maybe has a custom needs. You have to kind of go in and make some decisions but that also almost demands you give a tryout of lots of different ways to compare so i think research like what you guys did benchmarking. Some of the commercial and open source. Solutions is really useful. Broadly speaking to people who are coming at the space. I'm could you. I guess set. The stage described the benchmarking. You guys set out to do i. Was it useful. And what was the scope of the project so just at a high level. I think we set the stage. Perfect that you have the iot era where you have lots lots of sensor nodes and you basically need analytics to be done at the source of the data which is closer to the centre notes at the edge potentially and then you also need us. Some of the higher curiousity known latency sensitive data to be analyzed at the cat right so we come on the one hand. There is the need to analyze some of the data at the edge so there is edge aspect that we explored specifically by using the aws greengross which was not orchestrator for amazon. And google. and you're not so you have microsoft google and amazon they have. They're not artists readers. So that was the edge of our benchmarking and then we told the couch. Pot is also important right for other kinds of less latency sensitive with loads and so we had this zone to we had the corresponding versions for microsoft and google right. So this is one aspect of the king. Bevy have edge for scout on on the other hand. We had computer vision now for computer vision breath lows in my labs very interested in embedded computing. We also doing embedded activity recognition. So some of these beefy Computer vision require these really deep neural nets right. So how do you optimize some of that. On unknown santa claus devices that is embedded devices or mobile systems right so that was the other part of the people where we benchmark vote computer vision. Api by again. Microsoft google and amazon and our in house f. r. cnn based object detection garden which is actually now published census census and be calling approximate. So maybe i will let a car to give you some details. Then we can follow on with the two aspects the cloud edge on the one hand and computer vision on the other hand. Yeah so she expanded pretty perfectly that there are a lot of different parameters to consider and there are also a lot of different options to consider so the search space when you have a given application is accurately big. So that really motivates the need for benchmarking efforts like this so that it's a sort of baseline to establish decisions off of and we consider again the two major workloads which are Detections as well as object detection and so the motivation behind picking these algorithms particularly was that we wanted one to be sorted data. Light or compute. Light lager them in the other one to be a data heavier compute heavy algorithm and this also leased to the different spectrum of algorithms and applications that people develop for so we profile. You know kind of both these spaces to identify what works best in what cases and then specifically about Object detection another added. Dimension is the cloudy is are the service providers having their own pretrained models like google vision or igloos recognition. Things like that until looking at their cost as well as their efficiency in terms of how quickly they're able to classify things. I think is a very interesting to give the application. Yeah so i will be back on that a little more. Because i think there are a lot of things going on not of moving parts in this paper so the way to look at it from a higher dimension is on the one hand we have cloud with edge right and on the other hand we have computer vision so we did benchmarking for these. Two broad areas cloud age and computer vision and the reason we picked computer vision like a cartoon very nicely put is because we wanted to make sure that we have a compute heavy workload and computer vision kind of type compute heavy workloads and notably that. Ein computer vision is a very up and coming market where a lot of the iot market is dominated by a computer vision analysis rate. So you have like video surveillance separates which is a very dominating part of the iot market rate so we wanted to compute heavy and we also wanted compute light. So computer liked what we did as anomaly detection again to kind of tie the strengths there a little bit. If you consider iot workloads is working with. You can think of it at a high level of being off to different types. A very record. One is anomaly detection. Which is your compute light. It does not very complicated really heavy another as you know. If you're doing video surveillance at separate you have computer vision right. So these two the nominally detection and computer vision workload the happen a lot and they might be you know the bulk of these iot workloads. And that's how we taught. The overall idea was what on the kinds of technologies. What are the kinds of workloads that a very dominant in the it market and profiled those from both the commercial aspect and from algorithms that are being built an hour laboratory so that was the high level insight behind doing this benchmarking study. I guess as a way of stressing the use cases at the edge. What's the argument for. Not just saying a send everything to the cloud and they'll figure it out at the mothership. I guess i had. That is something that we wanted to leverage using computer vision lot so if you can imagine if you have these iot cameras everywhere right and video surveillance like i said as bake part of this is not market. Does every every camera is going to be sending its data to the clouds than you can imagine what's going to happen to the band but right so that is one other thing. Is you know we have a project in a battlefield iot with army research and obviously these are very latency sensitive rate so if you want to take real time decisions in the battlefields you obviously want to. If you see something that is outta back so video nominally detection. Then you might want to actually to your decision ask fast as possible so that something unto does not have right so one is that latency aspect the other is the aspect of not talking and the other the third one is. What kartik pointed out right ski liberty by able to have this decentralized model. you're actually using these people edge devices and when you look at these edge devices there is the concept of stage if very concerned about security privacy and you know what would be the type of each device that is being used. Can you have some confidence. Level attached to the edge device. Then you can think of it. As managed edge that is being provided by these different eighteen separate these providers and then there's the unmanaged edge when i see unmonitored edge. It's pretty much like bring your own cell phone bill. That would be an example of unmanaged edge so you basically want to use asthma That has lying around there. So i would say tweeting. One is not hogging the bandwidth. Using especially these computational noted workloads such as computer vision seconds to do scalable ability writes to actually ski liberty by using as much of that edge devices as we can end could is very importantly that people typically think of and do edge computing as to leverage the ability to eke quick lightspeed decisions by not having this latency associated with data transfer from edge to the cloud. One way to look at this is to recognize that all three of the big cloud providers you guys benchmarked have access to a lot of data and a lot of resources and good engineers and scientists and whatnot. Maybe trying to do something at the edges. A david and goliath situation. Although there solving general problem right they're not necessarily experts in agriculture. The way you are. What's the current state of the art for their off the shelf products. How easier these developers use. And what's the service like most of these big service providers all have again as you mentioned john datasets right so dave been training their models over years and years worth of data with millions of users pouring their data into it but as a consequence most of their models are very very generalized. The top three google amazon and microsoft all provide features like face detection content moderation text detection optical character recognition things like that so many of these common aspects that they try to optimize for by looking at more application centric aspects especially like agriculture they offer a supplemental service where we can train our own models. So once we start going into that That involves a little bit more or developer complexity as well as knowing more about the space and at that point we reach the off of having to work with their. api's to get our customers all day or just get our customer result result on her own looking at the very general case these. Api's are pretty easy to use. It's your sandwich shitty be'requests and you get a response back all of them. Have these very simple interfaces to do inferences but again for these custom labels in these custom. Applications is where the hardship comes in and we can profile what the services can do as well as what we can do. And the trade offs we can get by implementing our own algorithms even off the shelf open source algorithms right so it doesn't have to involve too much developer complexity but still trying to have that level of customize ability in our solution i think goes a long way in determining the price to heffer tertio continuing in that same vein so i think the commercial if you just considered the computer vision. Api is right so we looked at amazon recognition for example. So all of these. Api's very seamless to us by if you really don't want blackhawks tilapia is right where you can do very thanks for example if you have very specific requirements for your curiosity so we consider computer vision for example. We do computer vision on edge. Embedded devices are yo- intersection overlap. Is something back as used as an acuity metric for computer vision web notes and then there's something called me average precision which is what we've us. Corre accuracy of uc in our performance cost a metric upper filing for the is commercially guys versus if our cnn variant our lab. What we have used is mean average precision but the way you calculate that mean average position. It can be customized in a white box solution such as ours riper. The api's one you don't know what that yes. You have to kind of. Go with what they say. It is the second thing which again leads he related is if you want to run these computer vision. Api close to the data. It might be hard to control the back. End verizon lowercase we can run. We actually call our in. House gordon Because it at runtime can ask for the leaders even quickly change the approximation level of meet and talk a little bit about that. You're interested about approximate. Is what our in house organist. And the way that we see props dead is advantageous over some of these. Api's at sorry customizable. So you can customize security metric. You can customize the latency by putting the approximate gordon right next to the source of the data and the third one is cost fights rights over the. Api's obviously you have to pay at the rate of the vendors pacific in this case as long as you're running a prostate on machines are under cloudy. Just basically pay for the compute cycles. That's interesting in a number ways. The one i love if you could expand on in particular is that sort of cloud versus edge deploy that feels like a an unsolved problem to me. I mean many years ago the java programming language came out as an attempt to say. Hey we're going to have the java virtual machine to implement that lots of environments and in dr works the same way today right. Are we at that level where it's easy to move your code over or is this a lot of custom duct tape and shoestring kind of stuff. Yeah so there has been a lot of work in that space and one of the products that we do profile. Which is amazon's italy as greengross is pretty much what you just described. It's a way of deploying code out and systems out to the edge using their landau platform which is You know a backing off of their server lists are functions a service platform so what. Aws greengrass is is that it's an iot as various kinds of devices that supports which are most of the popular ones. You know like your invidia devices raspberry pies etc and it can run this custom development kit. Do be able to have easy deployments to the edge using a similar interface as it would be if you were deploying to the cloud. Well let's talk first about We should go through all the benchmarks but may be cost. The cloud providers. I know it's cost per usage so easy economics may be some discounting volume or something. How do you cost out the other solutions. Like open source stuff. Yeah so the cost model of open source depends on where they're running right either. There's the Initial cost of setting up. Our own servers are running them on different cloud services which we have done in our evaluation in the paper so we picked three popular. Instances that are used for amazon google as well as microsoft and we run our custom solution on that and the cost the report. There is the cost of the virtual machine itself so that can be a martyr is over. You know multiple runs or multiple different devices. So i think that sets a good playing field with respect to these other commercial offerings. That have a more pay per request model. Yeah so on a related note. If you consider the google versus the amazon. I o t orchestrators so one of the advantages of google. Iot orchestrator is that it is basically taking into consideration. The number of devices is that right. Yes there are obviously a lot of differences between. It frameworks and the framework for amazon. Is that you typically pay per device in your it infrastructure or you pay per message sent and things like that so the granularity with relation to amazon is a lot smaller in terms of your workload. So if you have. Let's say fewer devices overall but very large messages amazon's -iety orchestrator might be a better fit whereas in google. Up per megabyte of message sent so google doesn't care about the number of devices that just cares about the data. That's being transferred. And so again. That motivates a use for that if there are lots of devices but very small sized messages like heartbeats thinks like that in an azure on the other hand optimizes for something what they call a unit and so they have a flat amount per unit and a unit is a single iot hub that can have any number of devices and a unit is kind of capped by the amount of requests that are being sent. So it's a kind of a number of devices plus a number of messages kind of mixed model and so let's advices but the number of messages are varying. I think microsoft azure would be strong suit. So there's a lot of these different granular pricing models. That are influenced by the application cloudy. No we solve that puzzle. Bad google amazon because i think a google way of doing things. Ferrets based on data the pricing based on the data sent versus the number of devices when google. it's basically asked for that Set so if you have multiple millions and millions of iot devices. I think it would make sense to us. Google's iot orchestrator and to give you a little bit of perspective there. I think this might be actually a very exciting statistic that i found from governors Twenty nineteen report. It's almost like an iot device for each person or next if you off originally in twenty there was about three point nine. Six iot devices for seven point six. Three billion people in their varies in a few years in four five years. That's going to become twenty five billion iot devices for eight when we need people in that. So think of this number so you have three point nine. Six around twenty eighty auty in billions were says the world population is seven point six three billion and in three or four years from now. It's going to be twenty. Five billion iot units for about eight point one eight billion people in that great so you have so many iot devices and futures consider a living testbed right but you have this living lab with multiple iot devices. I think it would make sense to just consider the price. As per the data that has been transferred from the edge to cloud and that is essentially what google thus amazon's current model is based on the number of devices. Ferris like carthage mentioned. Microsoft is basically a combination of the two which might be kind of nice to go about it if you're a smaller size location and you have expensive sensors and you don't want as many i am not devices slash sensors to be distributed across your facility who we touched on costs. Let's talk on quality. I guess which maybe we would refrain. Is accuracy what were you trying to measure in terms of the overall goodness of these in the various options. Turn out so excited about our in house solution obviously right because that is in housing that is something that we have designed keeping in mind the very constrained resources that may be present on these essel seat system on chips i keep seeing. Soc's on that's the acronym that is well known for system trips let me introduce prostate which has been kind of best in the chain us. We have a new paper from last year. From sem census which is a top computer science conference and it's called approx debt the prostate is. What our computer vision in housing. It's and that is very was saying that. It curiosity is very customizable in a typical white fox. A gordon for computer vision so to give you a little bit of a specific concept into approximate. What approximate does it does approximate object detection. So we are doing object detection rather than object classification although we have come up with variants of approximate for both object classification activity recognition. But just go along with object detection to just keep the float number one. It is a combination really heavy gordon. Detrick is heavier than objects. Ask agent but lighter than activity recognition in the computer vision spectrum of thanks and occurs curiosity in the case of Detection are many of these computer vision algorithms as measured by something called intersection over union. And then typically you take this you as your curiosity colonel. So the metric is the basic metric of for these object detection algorithms. And then you take something called. 'em ep which is the mean average precision which comes up here so it might be hard to actually see what is the accuracy of these commercially be is because they don't give you a number so to give you a little more of an insight into what the security means san object detection. You're not just saying that there is a cat or a dog in the video. What you're doing in is you're creating a bounding box and in the bounding box. Take the bounding box as the bounding box. That prosthetics giving worships the ground truth bounded boxy for a cat. Which is there in the frame right so if there is very good correlation between the ground truth bounding box and the bounding box given by your garden see that there is hundred percent over la then that is a perfect curiosity without going into the details. Are you intersection over. Union will basically be so think of the two bounding boxes. Overlapping on each other. Exactly for various garbs. You might have like a threshold for this. Qc metric so typically. I would say fifty percent sixty percent might be good so this kind of customization you cannot do. You cannot get courtesy of metric for one the value for it and the second is you cannot do any customization based on your specific domain specific jewish requirements rights. And some demeans. you might need a very high threshold. Might need for example. If you're doing a cell biology experiment you might need the overlap to be very high saying my bound could or might crush could be eighty percent verizon's if it's a cost granularity measurement that you want you might have a bounding box or overlap of forty to sixty percent right so depending on the domains. This kind of customization cannot be done in your commercial. Ep is the second thing which i think is very cool about. Our garden are approximate to object detection. Gore the that acts run time right so acts one time taking into consideration both the content the content of the video the contentious. I'll come to that in the second. So it has content and contention there and what it does is by using a whole bunch of approximation brown. Just it comes up with the right approximation to use for the specific content and contentious present in the current circumstances. Let me give you an example saying if you have a soccer game going on right and there are like players moving all over the place and it's you know a very happening game right so you have very fast moving objects in such a case you might need you know a higher accuracy. Talk about a curiosity in are very broadway. There is if you have a very static video you might not need your object detection algorithm to work at that level of curiosity so depending on the content of the video. We asked one time. What level of approximation to give to our garden. That is one thing. And the second thing is contention. I think that is a very important thing to consider. In embedded slash. I'll edge space right so if you consider a sober class machine. There is very clear. Isolation between resources resource isolation is very nicely done in a sabotage machine. You consider these. Soc's the resource. Isolation does not done as belts if you have seen background. Toss are co located applications running at the same time. It might be really hard to do resource isolation and up proper manner. So what happens is the contention because of these contending application might feature very unfriendly manner to the prime application that. You're running on that s aussie. So in this case the object detection is your mainstream application. Bat was running on your see and see if in the background. You're trying to do some anomaly detection or what have you but since objections jeep you intensive tau doing some other chief you intensive such as listening for some bad guys right so excited your voice assistant as trying to make sure there is no bad guy coming for whatever. Reasons about is also a beefy task right so that would also eat up your gp. The ultimate resources that is available for your soc to do object detection will be more than the real gpo availability by this right so the content and the content are two criteria that may affect the approximation level required for the object detector. And what approximate debts does it does. Approximate object detection by taking into consideration both the content the video content and available resources on the mobile system or also. So i think this kind of time adoption do both content and contention. It's basically the only thing on the market. I market i mean back democ market and obviously how there there is nothing out there that does this kind of joined optimization. So that's what prostate does and the reason this is relevant to the speaker is. We did not have this. Approximate paper accepted when this initial paper came out. But they are an kernel that is used as the object detective approximate. Or if you see there is one of the knobs that we have shown in the speaker. Is the number of proposals. So the number of region proposal is an approximation. Not so if you have. A higher number of proposals security will be higher. But the proclamation will be lured which means the elise and see will be higher so a highly dense he is bad and a high acuity is good. But you can't get both at the same time so you might have to cut down a lead by ulta cutting down on the curiously some so we can go a little more into that but the f. r. cnn colonel. Which is foster. Our cnn is the kernel that we use in our prostate garden and one of the very important approximation knobs as the number of region proposals that we can be very time. Based on both content and contention you guys are discussed. There were two kind of regimes. You testing the image recognition case which is obviously data rich and then the outlier detection case where you're looking at the temperature and humidity data and applying extreme value analysis presumably much. Lower in its computational demands. How does that Sort of change of constraint affect the results you guys got during benchmarking as one would expect the daylight workload would have a foster run as well as lower data passing time which is the amount of data. That's transferred over the network so more than comparing both these kinds of workloads comparing in a given workload all of the different options that are available and something else to note which is a one of the differences between these two. Is that things for things like anomaly. Detection or even in extreme value analysis is commercial support for just directly pre implemented algorithms which are very popular for object detection. Computer vision is not really that popular for daylight workload so they involve a lot more developer intervention and some Developer programming that is needed to be able to implement. He's on the edge nodes and so what we see pretty much in our evaluation of the data light. Workloads is that based on the choice of where we are running. Obviously the cost changes and we see that when we run these on the edge note itself our costs can be offset by a pricing models of these. It orchestrators so like i mentioned before the paper megabytes of data transferred our paper device comes into play whereas when we're looking at these big dodd virtual machines on the other hand they have a lot more up front cost for example amazon. Google both have a virtual machine payment model of a minimum of sixty seconds while azure. Vn's have a minimum of one second for their billing granularity so it again goes back to the application to be able to use these resources for the amount of time that they're being provisioned for otherwise it would lead to stark losses and unused capacity whereas for the cases where it's an irony orchestrator the code running on the edge device. It's a little more configure in that sense and then something else that briefly touched upon earlier is that we also profile this data light application on socialist framework which functions as a service for amazon and that adds another kind of mentioned to this because in a service setting the user doesn't have to provision any virtual machines are proficient any servers for being able to run the code the cloud provider and in this case amazon. Pretty much takes care of that develop has to do is set the memory sizes and the cloud provider provides things like reliability scale ability fault tolerance etc. So there's a bunch of these guarantees that the cloud providers able to give the developer and all they have to do is write the code. So it's very much similar to running code on the edge device itself except it's not and a lot of these orchestration. Overhead is being taken over by the cloud providers. So what we see from the evaluation is that using. Aws lambda is very cost. Effective as compared to using these big cloud virtual machine provisioning them ourselves and paying for the time that we're not using them and on the object detection side of things. What we see is that for running or custom solution. It can be about seventy seven times more cost effective than using these prebuilt cloud solutions while the cloud solutions could have foster latency about three to four times depending on which cloud services being used so again as i mentioned before a lot of different considerations enlargement different tradeoffs in terms if either accuracy or cost now looking to add there is in general. People typically think benefits a civilised wealth. No you cannot use a competition lee. Beefy elgar them so in our initial paper in this paper for example we have not used computer vision in the several less. I'll just used anomaly. Detection them some this adolescent modality. But you know in our follow on work. We basically have decomposed. Computer vision workflows so that you can use these beefier computational loads in the civilised platform and exactly what cortex said what that does. Is you find grain lake mary. You're being by compute time rather than buy time per se so it's very efficient declined and then again you don't have to take care of any of the non trivial setup. All of that is taken care of by the cloud vendor at the same time you just speak for computer other than by time. So that is one aspect and the other thing is by using our runtime approximation for example by prostate. And this is something that we provide in. The paper is that'd be reduced the run time over the commercial. Api's by about fifty seven point three percent at the cost of nine percent. Accuracy draw so saving latency buys about sixty percent with a nine percent accuracy. Robbed is a big win. Especially if you have a leader sensitive application so you can do very aggressive approximation. If needed depending on the acela bounds for your curiosity and latency to get the optimal pareto frontier for curiously latency. So one is having that ability and the other thing is also being able to compose decompose. Some of these computer vision workloads to be able to run them as functions as a service in the setting to wrap up. I'd like to ask both of you about what you're most excited for your research direction. Going into the future so for me. I'm very much excited about this of the space. I think that the opportunity that it provides to the end user to not be able to think so much about all these complicated aspects you know of fault tolerance reliability capability which usually involves a team of people and everybody in a having different kinds of expertise in subjects. Ed bridges all that away from the developer. And it let's just focus straight on the application straight on their code and developments in this space like professor mention of being able to even decompose these large heavyweight kind of algorithms and functions into sets of civilised functions. Is i think in exciting space and there's lots of optimizations that could done him. That's pretty much what i'm most excited for. Some of that. Where that doing together having these disaggregated operating system so essentially you have fam- on s. Three right which is acting as disaggregated storage but then there is a lot of data for optimization that you're doing that you know how you basically make that disaggregated storage smarter to be able to run with various kinds of diversity. Let's workloads because as you move on from the vanilla. Cloud providers to. Celeste will be very truthful is to be able to run regular applications that were not initially bent for civilised. In a several savvy. Manner so can you meet changes for example services considered stateless right. So can you have the right level of stateful night so that you can run applications that require some faithfulness about as one very exciting on the data engineering side and the design. I think given that we have access to both these living. Labs and very sophisticated. Soc's one of the things that my lab is very interested in doing is. How can you run these really beefy euro neck applications on these resource constrained devices. Division of my lab is to improve his own device computation by making this competition efficient on a lot of as making them energy there right. So how do you improve the size of your own ethic based on the size of the computer that is available to you doing distribution a trading be using federated leading for example to us all of these different devices as part of the training process of course distributed influencing is also very important rate but knowledge wise. I think on the research side. It's a lot of the problems are solved intensive distributed influencing that's distributor creating where you can bring your own device use federated leading to use these various devices which may be in different forms and factors. That is another aspect that i'm working on and then again decrease data transfer quotes. Can you come up with intelligent. Razu on device competition while decreasing the data transfer cost using some of these communication costs such as neuro. Sura might kind of a drain your battery faster. So can you decrease some of this communication using some smarter gore them. See a vision of my lab. Is that when you have these false proliferating sets of one's generating strings of data. Can you armor these sensors to nauseous. Collect the data but do some of this accommodation analytics on the data on these sources of the data collection the sensors of incentive analysis own device. Computation what will happen is there. You will have a mix of centralization where you have cloud analytics and in the cloud. Doing we're doing optimization so that you use the right kind of confidence parameters for the databases for these widely varying iot already. Lots and on the device side. Basically improving efficiency of these devices rightsizing. The size of these neuroleptics do work effectively on these devices to basically using this entire gamut of device own device computation and cloud genetics in an efficient manner will very exciting areas. I look forward to following up on. Where can people follow you guys online and especially get details about the lab and proc stent and some of the other tools we talked about today excite strategy dot io. I'm also on. Twitter tend to tweet every time it gets accepted. So that's how i think and for me as well. Twitter is pretty much the space where i put deals all of my research and all the papers that get accepted and that's at thick underscore h. We'll have links to all that in the show notes. Thank you both so much for coming on today and sharing your work. Yeah thank you so much for having us that includes this installment of data skeptic consensus our guests this week were carthage shankar and shuli chatterjee. Putty armbruster is our associate producer. Vanessa yoga discussed coordination. And i've been your host kyle polish shannon.

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Full Episode: Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Nightline

19:09 min | 8 months ago

Full Episode: Wednesday, December 2, 2020

"We have a special announcement from dell. They're giving out new doorbusters. Every weekday and up to four hundred dollars off cutting edge alienware and xps machines with intel core processors all with complementary shipping call eight hundred by dell or visit dell dot com slash cyber. Monday thanks for joining us tonight as the us wages war against covid nineteen. There's another crisis. Claiming american lives illicit fennel in the last two decades. Nearly four hundred fifty thousand americans dying from opioid overdoses now. A new national geographic docu series taking deep into the world of black markets. Here's mariana van zeller five years ago. Almost no one had heard of it today. it's a household name. fenton akiko. Yamanaka anthony put was founded in the. Us sentinel is helping drive. Overdose deaths to record high wiping generation while in mexico. It's disrupting the drug trip. In ways. not seen in generation. The few people understand how the parks are getting their hands on the chemicals. Necessary to make fenton or what the fallout will be if they continue to churn these raw ingredients into more deadly pills and powders or whatever little from mexico's cartel country to the border and into american community. i'm going deep inside the fenton and pipeline to see exactly how it's fueling the most devastating drug epidemic in u. s. history dole. Sava's look this vm. Over in just a few years fenella the most popular synthetic opioid on the streets and mexico's cartels have stepped up to supply this demand. But it's a little known secrets that the cartels can't make drugs themselves they. I need to source these potent chemicals from somewhere or someone else up. So they're saying that it was one of these big cargo ships that we see all around us that through these barrels oversee and the fishing boat over here got a gps location breath to pick them up. Picks them up brings out banana. There's a meeting point here where these guys come and pick it up and take it off to land. In two thousand fifteen sentinel emerged on the black market in a big way potent cheap and readily available on the streets without a prescription in the. Us overdose rates exploded to record. Maximum sentinel became a boon to the underworld economy which is why i've journeyed inland to witness. How the cartels transformed the precursor chemicals into street ready drugs. It's happening tonight in an underground lab where we'll get a glimpse into the future of the mexican. Drug trade are all this wilson unlike heroin cocaine or marijuana fenton hill doesn't need farmland more water or sunshine. It can all be made in an underworld lab like this by a handful of cartel chemists. Love me saying just this little amount here. If you were to ingest this somehow this amount could kill you immediately. That's how powerful this stuff us out. Okay everybody we should put the masks on. This is where it starts getting dangerous. If he's chemists combined the raw materials just writes in a matter of hours. They'll have successfully completed the next step in the process. creating sellable black market. This is the pure they mix all the liquids that tom from asia la times from china. Remix it and they make this look at this stuff. She has hoping really really hoping to send snowing. I'm starting to think my team. And i should get the hell out of here. Outlawed narko chemists accidentally killed themselves old time for her him once the pace dries and the room fears of deadly fumes. I'm told it's okay to take off our masks and now that the chemical ingredients are properly balanced. It's time to craft fake m thirty bills. Each one designed to mimic. The look of oxy caught the most popular painkiller in america to scale kissed. Cinders mondo media is even limited brain golden remark. I don't this year some talion off. The ugly truth is that fenton hill supports an incredibly lucrative on the world economy that means jobs for cartel accountants courriers and chemists and for those who undertake one of the most dangerous roads in the pipeline. Prepping the drugs for the final processing into united states. The for a little for. I'm watching shadowy game of cat-and-mouse less than an hour he's drugs are headed to the most frequently crossed and one of the most heavily patrolled order is in the world last year's us customs and border protection seized more than tun offended him and yet he's packers plan on foiling thousands of highly trained agents and billions of dollars of surveillance technology with little more than homemade ingenuity. He has other products. Here he has mustard schwartz sukhois laundry softener. No this is to avoid any sort of smell. The packers tell me. They'll make two thousand dollars for their work tonight. Four hundred dollars per package and just like everyone. I've met on this journey. They do their job and then they passed the drug onto the next link in the supply chain. She knew mobile. The girl he's referring to is tonight's driver in the trafficking world. She's called drug new. But i'll call her beatrice eligible watson breath via tryst tells me she's been doing this for a year and makes three thousand dollars for crossing fennel trafficking convictions in the us have increased by nearly five thousand percent over the past six years and those were caught are almost always sentenced to prison. She has to pink super nervous. She's packing five kilos of Centeno sits a very strange feeling because on the one hand we've met her. Don't want her to get caught him actually nervous for her but on the other hand she has a car packed with drugs. That can get a lot of people in us. It's complicated. I know beatrice has growing family to provide for but in all my years reporting on the oakley prices. It's the parents who lost sons and daughters to overdoses that i remember the most and i can't help but wonder what they might think. Because i watch via tryst attempt to carry a deadly shipment across the border but this is how a majority of drugs are smuggled into the us according to the da through legal ports of entry on the southwest border stashed in passenger vehicles or tractor trailers. And i'm here to witness it for myself. She's stopped she's being checked right now. Just put the cameras. And charlie dow just when i'm certain she's busted. They're letting go yeah. She's just going into her. Currently i can't believe it. They just let her go. I can't believe it when we contacted. Cb for comment they told us quote us. Customs and border protection seized over seven hundred and fifty thousand pounds of illegal narcotics in two thousand and nineteen our officers remained relentless and are always working to stay one step ahead of the cartel but with so much demand for drugs so much money to be made. It's a difficult task in recent years. There have been almost two hundred drug overdose. Deaths in the west every single day and sentinel is the major reason i think that's I think that's actually the woman with the drugs inside her car. There's a guy in a orange jumpsuit with a mask so it looks like that's where they're doing the two right hero. New open the masked men tell me. They're all native angelenos american citizens who were directly for the sonora cartel. Do you know what's in the spectators or mobile. So can you tell me more or less where they're heading football more criminal here. This is very much like a hot potato where they just wanted to get it out as soon as possible. Never have so. Many people been addicted to such a deadly narcotic. Never has the need for solutions. Been more urgent. I worry that the fentanyl supply chain seems too big to fail to many people benefits. Americans will have to find a way to slow the demand because the suppliers will always find faster and more profitable way to deliver the goods new episodes of traffic an eight part docu series with mariana van zeller airs wednesday evenings. Nine eight central on national geographic and up next elliott pages big announcement. How living his truth is boosting the visibility of the transgender community. If you think you may be depressed or you're feeling overwhelmed or anxious better help. Online counseling offers licensed professional therapists. Who are trained to listen and help with issues including anxiety grief. Depression relationship and family conflicts difficulty sleeping. Lgbt matters trauma anger self esteem and more everything. You share is confidential simply. Fill out a questionnaire to help. Assess your needs then get matched with a counselor in under forty eight hours easily scheduled secure video or phone sessions and exchange unlimited messages to communicate with your therapist at your convenience. If for any reason you're unhappy with your counselor you can request a new one at any time at no additional charge. Join the million plus people who have taken charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced. Better help counselor. Better help is an affordable option and our listeners. Get ten percent off your first month with discount. Code a. b. c. nightline get started at better h e l p dot com slash. Abc nightline coming out is transgender is never easy. But when you're an oscar nominated movie star. It's perhaps even more. Complicated elliott page sharing news of his transition using it as a way to bring attention to the dangers common in the trans community a simple declaration from a major hollywood star capturing the world's attention elliott page sharing deeply personal news via instagram writing. High friends. I wanna share with you that i m trends my pronouns are he. They and my name is elliott. Page rose to fame after starring as a pregnant wise cracking teenager in the indie hit juno a role that earned them an oscar nod at age of twenty. I'm in love with you. Commuters friends his ground breaking news sparking joy among trans activists allies with many sharing their support. Online elliott announcement. I was late. I reposted it on my story. Tcb balon writer a father an advocate and a proud member of the trans community. Why aleisha the such bravery when it comes to being a trans person add being that he is someone who has such a huge platforms for him to come out and tell us millions of people that this is who he was and to be met with so much love in some ways care so many people have loved and accepted me. So he's there is a struggle when it comes to being transferred this also allow its pages. Journey began years ago as an outspoken. Lgbtq activists in two thousand fourteen. He came out as gay at the human rights campaign conference in las vegas. And i am here today. Because i am gay. Page starred alongside leonardo di caprio in hits like inception and as a mutant x men marrying professional dancer emma porter in two thousand eighteen partners supporting her spouse's transition in an instagram post following the actors announcement saying in part i am so proud of elliott page queer and nonbinary people are gift to this world. Elliott's existence is a gift in and of itself shine on sweet e. Love you so much while shows like hose you throw ya and orange. Is the new black shine the spotlight on trans female stories. Trans male stories are often less visible earlier this year. Trans bodybuilder mason. Kennedy shared his experience with me of transitioning. How does society treat someone like you growing up. It's almost like i didn't exist. Bodybuilding was something that helped me make my body more masculine. It's the ideal man. Yeah for me. It is does definitely visibility when we talk about transpeople particular trans men particularly when we're talking about reputation media the battle for trans acceptance often beginning with pronouns. Prowse important because pronouns is it you know. It's it's stepping stone to how we identify people. It is really important for us to respect those things websites like wikipedia and imdb quickly scrubbing former pronouns and avoiding use of pages dead name. Their name assigned at birth for those in the trans community pages. Post is seen as an act of bravery elliott embraced the joy but also said that his truth is fragile and that he admitted being scared. You don't know how people are going to react to you in the streets. You don't necessarily know how people in your family are going to be at so there's a. There's a risk that she take it. You may sacrifice people that you thought luxury you but that is the risk that we take to be who we are highlighting the risk of violence so many trans people face. Writing in twenty twenty alone has been reported that at least forty transgender people have been murdered the majority of which were black and latinx next trans women. We took a deep dive into this disturbing problem last year malaysia. Her name reporting on trans women of color who've been targeted with violence and discrimination for simply trying to live their truth. What was your reaction to here. Not one but two trans women of color gunned down in a matter of months on the street was shocked. My reaction obviously with so much of the violence that is happening. Trans communities is having to trans women particularly trans women of color in this is because of not just transphobia or misplaced homophobia but also because of sexism and misogyny and racism analysis tree. Like this powder keg for transmitting. Even for those who are famous. Safety is no guarantees trans activist and star of orange. Is the new black ignorance you posted on instagram. That she and a friend were targeted. While out on a walk in griffith park all of a sudden the guy is attacking. My friend laverne cox was a megastar. He'd be attacked. What does that saying about the girls here. New york city was saying about a homeless. Lgbt youth have a lot of work to do as a culture analogy right. It says that wealth and celebrity and fame. It doesn't protect you know. It does not instantly transphobia from racism. Misogyny it does not and yet elliott pages using their fame to fight against it and finally tonight kindness sweet as it is contagious to spread some cheer this year. Virtual suite of largo. Florida helping a family in need giving away. His twelve hundred dollar government stimulus check households impacted by the pandemic writing to the veteran about their stories forced to close because the virus virgil also asking others to give away their checks together raising nearly thirty seven thousand dollars for more than sixty families a touch of sweetness this holiday season. that's nightline. Thanks for staying with us. Good night america.

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The 2021 Disruptor 50: Clubhouse & Gopuff CEOs

Squawk Pod

34:25 min | 2 months ago

The 2021 Disruptor 50: Clubhouse & Gopuff CEOs

"Exchange is now a podcast. I'm brian sullivan. Join me as we hit the biggest money stories from around the world breaking down the risks and rewards of global. Trade the news. You need to know what real world actionable advice. Even a little fun and unique content. You won't get anywhere else like the most random but interesting thing you'll hear all day subscribe to the worldwide exchange podcast today. This is squawk pod. I'm cnbc producer. Cameron kosta to danner. Podcast it's disruptor day. Cnbc's ninth annual disruptor fifty list is highlighting the young private companies pushing their industries. Forward a conversation with list founder. Cnbc's julia boston look at the companies that were disrupting the big public companies. We talk about every day on seeing the idea that these disrupters are having an impact but also on a path themselves to become the next generation of industry leading and interviews with two of this year's disruptors clubhouse the audio only approach to social media. Co paul davison the platforms. We already know and love. It's not surprising to see a lot of people wanting to get into audio media. We focus on condition. We're trying to save really laser focused on our product in our community and go puff the logistics company. Reimagining delivery co-founder rafael shy of on his promise to deliver day essential in thirty minutes or less twenty four hours a day. Go puff is the creator and leader in this. Instant needs category. We can deliver goods extremely quickly and to end and really be a true one stop shop for customers. It's friday may twenty eighth twenty twenty one. Squawk pod begins right now. Good morning everybody. Welcome to squawk box here on cnbc. I'm becky quick along with joe. Kernan andrew ross. Sorkin always good friday. Good morning time. Now to reveal the ninth annual. Can you believe the ninth. Annual missy disruptor fifty list. There are more than fifteen hundred. Nominations only fifty made the cut. There are private companies. Who are at the epicenter of a changing world turning ideas into fast growing businesses change in the economy. And yes how we live. The entire list is now on our website right this second and cbc dot com at cbc dot com and. Here's judy boston. With this year's top five. Julia number. Five d shoe shipping the chinese ride hailing giant reportedly driving towards a one hundred billion dollar. Us ipo more than just the of china de offers dozens of transportation and delivery services to more than five hundred fifty million users around the world number four centeno one on a mission to protect the internet from rising cybercrime. The company says it defended more than four thousand customers from last year solar winds hack including corporate giants eighteen mckesson and jetblue never discord popular among video gamers. The platform captivated users through lives social audio. The app is increasingly attracted sports fans music groups and crypto traders not to mention microsoft which explored a ten billion dollar acquisition earlier. This year. number two stripe the financial plumbing for most e powered platforms from amazon. To shop to uber. Eye-popping grow throughout the pandemic becoming the nation's biggest private company with valuation of ninety five billion dollars and number one robin hood on a mission to democratize access to financial services and the stock market. The no feed trading platform has made its mark on wall street and is empowering a new generation of investors robinhood trading was at the center of record market volatility in names as game stop and amc january drawing lawsuits from users and questions from congress. Now it's heading towards a highly anticipated. Ipo now fintech is the industry with the most companies on this year's list. Eleven including robin hood. There are thirty four disruptors. This year that are unicorns in ten of the fifty including robinhood are worth at least ten billion dollars now. Nearly half of the company's on this year's list are first-timers including three the fintechs plaid which had its sale to visa baulked by the government and brexit and flutter wave. both of which help small businesses and andrew. We've also got discord and clubhouse on the list for the first time. I remember when you first started talking about doing. This list is now years number going to a meeting with you back at h. q. All about this looking back. Maybe it was about ten years ago that we were in that meeting. And i was pitching this idea. I think it's turned out to be a great way to identify the next generation of companies. That's not only disrupting the status quo but also really companies to watch. Once they go public these are the future andrew. I think maybe you should become a venture. Capitalists doing a great job but it seems that way doing. It's great to see you. Thank you for bringing us the list. And all the work you've done on of all the time and as we just mentioned we have the. Ceo of a disruptor in this case number thirty three paul davidson of clubhouse that conversation with clubhouse ceo is coming up on squad. pot what it really comes down to two people. Clubhouse is nothing other people everything that the people to us or something so powerful about dialogue and about community but i a deeper dive into the disruptor list with the founder herself. Julia carson wentz. You have a company that is forcing all the giants take. No you know that. What they're doing is really powerful. It doesn't mean it's going to succeed but it does mean that what they've done in the past years pretty edge invest like a pro access. Cnbc's livestreams unparalleled access to cnbc. Experts actionable investor insight and ideas. Start your free trial today at cnbc dot com slash pro. Welcome back to spark pod and today's episode we're highlighting cnbc's disruptors fifty list. I sat down over zoom with julia abortion the cnbc reporter who started it all nearly a decade ago. Hi julia thank you so much for joining us on squawk pod. It's my pleasure. Be here this week. We hear is. Cbc rolled out the ninth annual disruptor fifty list which highlights young private companies that are up ending their industries. And you founded this list. Nine years ago tell me a little bit about what it is. And what qualifies a company as a disruptor. Yes so it's amazing. It's been nine years. I feel like we learned about so many fascinating tech trends and startups over the past nine years in so many of them have gone public. So i founded this list. Nine years ago because i was covering facebook's ipo and i was personally really interested in these startups companies like twitter and snap which were nascent having a massive impact on the culture and newly on their way to being huge businesses in their own right. Not just impacting live. And maybe impacting the way media companies were behaving but really impacting every day. So i thought that instead of just waiting until a company pre ipo the way to put these companies in a context that would make sense for cici's lens a focusing on investing was to look at the companies that were disrupting the big public companies. That we talk about every day on cnbc with ideas that these disrupters are having an impact but also on a path themselves to become the next generation of industry-leading companies. So what we did is over the years. We you know refined our our system but we now have an advisory board of about fifty members of these academics in entrepreneurship and innovation from around the world around the country. We have advisory born. They help us put together. The system of considering both qualitative and quantitative metrics to come up with our list on and the it's actually more heavily weighted towards quantitative things. Like how fast the company is growing this is the addressable market etc. And then of course. There's this question of how disruptive are today And it's been really fascinating to see how the list has evolved over recent years As some of the countries have in bonn public in order to qualify for the less you have to be private and so if you're sold Or if you have an idea either. Bs backer traditional ipo You're no longer fight for the list. This here's number. One is robin hood which we couldn't stop talking about in the last year. But it's not just about recognizing who's made the biggest splash right because like clubhouse for example really did exactly what you're explaining. It disrupted existing players in the social media space twitter spotify facebook right exactly so and i actually think both of those are great examples from what we're talking in terms of disruption i mean robin hood has not always been a force for good. There are a lot of questions complaints lawsuits regulatory concern about certain things. That rodman has done. But there's no question that it's gotten a new generation of investors engaged in the stock market and it's forced the incumbents the big established giants in the banking financial services space to really take note and a perfect example about his fidelity recently launched us accounts free trading for effectively for teenagers to try to get younger people engaged in the market. And so i think when you have a giant like fidelity responding to something that was really launched and pursued by robin hood is about disruptive power and you mentioned clubhouse there a perfect example because they innovated with this concept concerns social audio. You know these these social chat rooms which are kind of like stages. They're kind of like You know private clubhouse rooms where people can interact with each other and listen. I'm listening to people up on a on a virtual stage and then we saw twitter launched their their alternative. Facebook has alternative. You know we had spotify which is something. I'm and move into that space as well so once. You have a company that is forcing all the giants note. You know that. What they're doing is really powerful. It doesn't mean it's going to succeed. It doesn't mean that these might not crush them but it does mean that what they've done in the past year is pretty remarkable and in the past. We've had huge players. That really have disrupted The way that we live not just their industry is but i mean. Airbnb spacex uber. We work pandemic favorite peleton. Have all been on. This list was great. Is we recently put together. An index tracking the companies that have gone public so over sixty companies have gone public and we put together this equal weighted index at the end of every quarter. We add the companies that have gone public. And what's amazing is in the past months that index is far outperformed the nasdaq so I think the index is up about seventy eight percent and the nasdaq about forty five percent in that twelve month period so this is a as at a basket of companies if you will that has managed to outperform the tech index. And i think it really to the innovation that we've been able to identify speaking of innovation. What is this list tell us about the innovation ecosystem every time it comes out. We see Like this year we saw a lot of fintech. Company is one of the other companies that we spoke to on squawk box. This week was ripple Which is blockchain meets fintech We also saw a lot of logistics company like at the app. Go puff. yeah. I i think that this list. Every year is a great indicator of trends. That are not just have not just been huge in the past year. But that are on the rise. The category that was best represented on this list as more companies than any other category was intact with eleven companies. You're also ranging logistic cut. Logistics companies Crypto currency has had a has had representation over the past couple of years. But they're also some sort of overlying trends that we've noticed and one of them is companies with an environmental and social focus. 'bout thirty five of the fifty companies said that they have either some social or environmental intention of their company beyond just any and a number of them are really focused on in the environment in particular. I think they're about five or six at a particular environmental folks in. It's not like toms shoes. Buy one get one. This is this. These are companies. That will succeed if they help the environment. So some of those things like appeal out which puts on natural coating on on produce to help produce lasts longer and prevent food. Waste other. than aren't there's this amazing robotics company called amp robotics which uses artificial intelligence. Two sort recycling. So i think that were increasingly seeing. These companies both have an intention to fix the environment but also have a social consciousness baked in two part of their business model for from what i've heard talking to the ios that has to do with really wanting to resonate with the people they want to hire and ziems light this new generation employees really wants to feel like they're working for a company that has as district purpose. I'm also thinking about the venture capital industry Interest in Es she related missions. I imagined that that probably plays into the missions of these companies as well certainly certainly and we've seen a surge in dc investment into Yes she related. Companies just environmentally related companies have seen about ten billion dollars invested in them I believe is through about mid may and data from about sixteen billion in all of last year so definitely on track far surpass. that is year. A lot of them are based in san francisco But it seems that there are a couple. That aren't and i think that's coming to mind immediately is blocked power Talked about quite a bit based in brooklyn but i wonder what we're learning about the innovation ecosystem and the tech startup ecosystems of silicon valley especially in light of the pandemic will look. There always is a big attention on the on the stirrups that come out of the system this analogy area but actually they're only twenty four california based companies on this year's list and that's down from twenty eight california based companies Last year and last year was the first year that less than half of the companies in the disruptor fifty were from the silicon valley san francisco area so This year nineteen were from the silicon valley's yemen's is good area. So obviously you know. The companies in san francisco have lots of advantages in terms of access to To top talent as well as the bbc dollars having everyone right there. But i think that the pandemic has really shown that you don't really it doesn't really matter where you are as much and i think that we are seeing this rise of the rest. That's what case 'cause it. He has his big visas about the opportunity in untapped potential in cities around the country and I think we're seeing rise. The rest in companies are seeing. There's massive advantage to being able to higher places with lower cost winning than the san francisco area in their great hubs of engineering talent Around universities like in places like in southern california where i live But also in places like brooklyn you mentioned the ceo block power and a brooklyn based environmentally friendly on at empower company that is transitioning buildings in urban areas. Too environmentally sustainable power sources. So i think that we are increasingly going to see powerful fascinating. Startups come from places outside of silicon valley area. Well thank you julie. I really appreciate your time and thank you for this whole list. your coverage. this week was great so fun. I love disruptors finley favorites fun. I love it. It's my favorite thing to stay in years of working at cnbc. Being able to work on this product has been so gratifying and it's just fascinating finest companies that in a lot of occasions. They're huge and growing fast. And you just don't realize how big they are because they're not public because they don't have that same attention on so i think it's good for our viewers to put these companies on their radar long before To go public because guess what the big the big giant paying attention than now. And it's not just about whether these companies will go public also often they become targets of mergers and acquisitions teams at companies that are public. It's fascinating it's a good indicator of some of the models that are coming up for the tech industry so thank you for highlighting some of the express. It is my pleasure. Now it's only fitting that the first disruptor interview we bring you. Today is from the san francisco area. But don't worry we have another leader on coming in at number thirty three on the twenty twenty one. Cnbc disruptor list is clubhouse. Here's andrew ross. Arkan joining us. An exclusive interview right now is clubhouse co founder and ceo. Paul davison paul. It's great to see you again. Thanks for joining us this morning. Congratulations on making the list. Thank you so much. thanks for having me. there's so much talk about. Since we last talked the explosion in the valuation of your company at four billion dollars. The talk about twitter won't point trying to buy it and then of course recently you moving just from from apple to also adding android having said that there's now also all sorts of competition as well. How do you see the landscaping at the landscape. Changing over the last several months. Well i think that it's not surprising to see a lot of people. Wanting to get into audio gets a durable medium and that it makes sense that other people would want to go features there but also i think there are benefits to focus. I mean if you look historically it networks that had been built there. There's not one for texts. There's a network for a network for video that there's going to be one for audio too so we try not to focus on competition and we try and just really laser focused on our product in our community and play the long game in. I think when you do that good things happen. So we'll we'll hold off and talk about the competition for moment but just talked about the growth story because we were watching app downloads on apple growing like crazy. I mean. At one point. It was nine point million downloads. In a month and yet in april it was down to nine hundred thousand on one side. Now meantime of course you're just launching on android which you'd give you another growth trajectory. But how do you see that. Into the extent that there are critics or skeptics. If you will out there who say look. This was a pandemic play. People were excited to be on audio because they they couldn't go to dinner and see their friends now that they're back in real life. It's changed that dynamic kazak. When roy started the company in march of last year is said to ourselves. We always wanted to take him as your approach to growth. I think when you grow communities to quickly things can break in earlier this year. We started growing faster than we ever expected in that caused problems with our servers. I mean we had the servers going down yet. Notifications not going out in and you know discovery became an issue. We really had to slow things down in focus on company building and building up the right infrastructure and in team to build a long term. Dermal company. I think that's been a good investment. I mean we must. Sandra like you mentioned a couple weeks ago. Open up to most of the role on thursday you've had over a billion people transcend standard got billions more people on the wait list. Hope to be ready to let people in soon and it and it goes back to what i was saying before i think that markets will come and go competitors will come and go but if you really play a long term game he focused on your community. You focus on the product ship updates every week and just work to make the by editor you. You have the opportunity. Bill the durable company you've been adding a number of features to help members effectively monetize or hosts ties creators. Monetize what they're doing. You're not taking a slice of that right now. The question i'd ask you in terms of longer term how you think about monetize the business i know you recently had a partnership with the nfl. For example yeah know. We're very excited. A different type of social network where we are only growing when members of our user community these amazing creators on the platform are growing. So so i look at people like like darius and leah erickson and andrew in and you know a late nights early mornings like all of these people who are out there hosting these incredible conversations every day we want help make them successful and so we want to build a business model. That's based on things like ticketed events in room tipping in charging for subscriptions allowing these amazing people who are smart and funny and have made expertise center just great at bringing people together to get paid directly like happy listeners. Wanna thank them for the experiences of their great. We wanna make sure that our business only grows when they grow so as you pointed out we. We rolled out first payments feature a little while back we take nothing from those transactions because we really want to to help the creator to make money and as we grow we're gonna introduce new forms of ignorance new forms of subscriptions Another things creators monetize in. We'll take a cut of some of those business. I know you're laser focused on your own business but there is a lot of competition. I'm hoping you can speak to it a little bit. Obviously twitter which in part i would argue clubhouse has used twitter as a platform to oftentimes promote clubhouse conversations is now in the business itself with with twitter spaces and now they're doing their own version of ticketing that there's a a revenue component. We're hearing that spotify is getting in this business. We're hearing that that Facebook and instagram may be getting this business. Whether lincoln will ultimately do something in the enterprise space you hear that slack is trying to have a social audio component. So how how do you differentiate you're doing relative to those others. Well i think that What it really comes down to. The i mean clubhouses nothing. Not people is everything with the people. We just try to create a space where people can come together and talk and have conversations voice. we always say it's the oldest medium we've gathering with other people in small groups and talking since the beginning of civilization. And if you look at what's happening today is just unbelievable. I mean we have. We have a room. That's been going on for the past week called meet palestinians and israelis where now where something like four hundred and fifty thousand. People have come in in in their meeting. People who are on the ground in these aren't political pundits that they're talking they're talking with with with mothers and teachers and shopkeepers and and people who have grown up there. Oftentimes these are people in small town america in japan. In jerry who had never had a chance to talk with someone A in these regions and they're just connecting with them as humans and to us or something so powerful about about dialogue about community and so the only thing that we try to focus on is is supporting in building the best most amazing community come together and talk and and there will be other flavors there will be people that approached this from professional perspective from it. You know from a from this perspective that perspective. But at the end of the day i think social platforms they. There are benefits to To community in and to to having the third real quick it's fabulous to watch your success. My question to you is it. Sounds like you may have turned down an offer to be sold prior to twitter and possibly others and you wanna remain independent long-term if we're having this conversation five years from now. Do you magin that. Clubhouse will be an independent company or is there a price at which you would say you know what this actually makes sense to merge with another company that has a social graph you layer together and one plus one equals three l. Yeah we don't comment on on rumors like that. But i think voices are really durable medium. That i think there is a very important product in in company to be built here. Its exciting thing that we've ever been a part of and we just want to stay focused on on building that in on the product in the community in the ryder. Paul thank you. It is exciting to see your success. And we look forward to following all of your progress and i will see you on clubhouse next on squawk pod. Delivery disrupted logistics and ecommerce company. Go pop promises everyday essentials in thirty minutes or less twenty four hours a day so we can get onto the bill see a collection and curation of all of golf products so anything alcohol to drink the snacks. The baby they'll be able to order does products reading the uber app and our delivery partners will then deliver it to customers. What exchange is now a podcast. I'm brian sullivan. Join me as we hit the biggest money stories from around the world breaking down the risks and rewards of global. Trade the news. You need to know what real world actionable advice and even a little fun and unique content. You won't get anywhere else like the most random but interesting thing you'll hear all day subscribe to the worldwide exchange podcast today. Welcome back to squawk pod. The day of disrupters are next company highlight. Cnbc's 2021 disruptor number thirty six philadelphia-based go it's a vertically integrated logistics company meaning. It owns all the products. It sells and the places it stores and handles everything from app order to delivery. Drop off for context other delivery services. Like door dash and postmates. Even ubereats are third party. That's not vertically integrated. The company actually started on a college campus. Delivering well munchies. Essentially but it's grown into much more than that in his eight years. Now it's an six hundred and fifty cities across forty one states and not long after this holiday weekend. You'll see essentials delivery powered by gopala on your uber. The company recently acquired the liquor store chain bev mo and it's one hundred and sixty locations. So now you can get convenience items tylenol ice cream batteries moisturizer pretzels and liquor. All in one go. Here's andrew ross. Working joining us right now is fail. He's scopus co-ceo in co-founder rafael. Good morning to you to those uninitiated. Explain the business. Because it's a bit different than i think. A lot of the other sort of delivery businesses if you will and then its vertically integrated and you Thank you so much for having me. super super excited to be selected for the second year in a row for cnbc disruptors huge testament to our team Still go up. Is the creator and leader in this. Instant needs category. So essentially what that means is We stock all of our mentor. and our michael fulfillment centers. We operate ended up baby alcohol. Over the counter medication household snack and drink category and as a byproduct by by warehousing and keeping all of these are performance centers. We can deliver goods extremely quickly and and and really be true. One stop shop for customers so the biggest question i'd ask and we've seen it during the pandemic is what's happened to to to the stock and what happens in these warehouses in terms of making sure you have the right products have early independent. Make a really was Kind of an all hands on deck situation there was obviously massa. Fill rates all across The industry By myself my team. Everyone really worked of endlessly to make sure that we can really be there for people when they needed us. Most so we really work kind of around the clock to make sure that Everything from fill rates to products and expansion of skews were there when customers needed us. Most and really really happy howard team came together and was able to really deliver a phenomenal experience for customers. You got just eight years. You've entered into a partnership with uber. Eats how does that work. So i think that we're partnership Just like so many others that have reached out to us it just really a testament to the network that we built throughout the whole country. We built really strong proprietary technology. Inside these buildings that power this instant needs category and is a byproduct of that so many people have taken notice how we can leverage Go infrastructure and go technology To power national delivery. I i. I don't know what that means. How does the partnership between uber and yourself work. yeah so in in layman terms Someone can get onto the app They'll see a collection and curation of all of goba products so anything for alcohol to drink the snacks the baby. They'll be able to order those products uber app. They'll get routed our film centers and then our delivery partners will then deliver it to our customers. you know dirty minutes rafael delivery. Who the delivery partners. So if you if you look at our business model. We have our operations associates of full time. Employees that are picking and packing inside of the warehouse and delivery partners are essentially independent contractors that we partner with around the whole country to power to deliberate self. So where do you stand on this. Really large debate about contractors Whether they constitute being freelancers effectively or whether they should be staffers in all sorts of in all sorts of states around the country where this has become a real debate. So you look at our model or models a little different than kind of your your typical gig. Economy model right. We monetize products not people And essentially what that means is our gross margin contribution margin is made by the markup that we have on the product so you know the delivery fees and everything else that we charge the customer that dollar ninety five is essentially an entire pass through the driver and listen to. we're keeping our ear kind of Closer to the issue and where we're listening to our driver partner in every day and looking forward to kind of Looking iterating on the model for months and years to come but essentially the model itself right. I was just gonna ask our inflation. Hit your business Not not not as much as some some other. Businesses have talked about But we we are seeing kind of some post covert trends. Come through in a in a pretty aggressive way. And we're we're just as a byproduct right we're just not just From kind of what's happened from an economy standpoint but from products that consumers are asking for and being really really aggressive on kind of introducing those products micro and senators and ultimately getting into our customers very quickly and you've obviously had tremendous growth during this pandemic but how sustainable is it. How much of it is a forward. And how much do you. How worried are you about what happens when stimulus checks end. So you look right go pup was launched eight years ago in two thousand thirteen and really we really focused on nailing business model scaling it. So if if you look we had a little bit of an orthodox beginning right. We didn't raise money for i. Two and a half years in the business We're kind of profitable In day one and we really just focused on. How do you build a sustainable An aggressive business kind of from day. Once we've been growing triple digits Your years since our inception The pandemic obviously was an accelerate to that But we've been in this massive kind of rocket ship growth for the last eight years and we plan to continue to press on the dick celebrator and a pretty aggressive for years to come okay Rafael appreciate it. Congratulations look forward to following your progress. I imagine maybe one day you'll be ringing the bell at the nasdaq or talking about a big merger with some points but created. That's squawk pod for today and for the week. Thank you so much for listening. Squawk box is hosted by joe. Kernan becky click and andrew ross sorkin weekday mornings on cnbc at six am eastern to get the smartest takes and analysis from our tv. Show right into your ears. Subscribe to squawk pod. Wherever you get your podcast off. Monday for the memorial day holiday. I hope you are as well. Enjoy your long weekend. And we'll be back here on. 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