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"dan beatles" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

12:24 min | 11 months ago

"dan beatles" Discussed on Science Friction

"Isn't it there's so much shame associated with a bomb. What comes out of it about Pu excretion and look shames emotion? which it's all about hiding and we've sort of done that science as well? We don't talk about certain things even though they're so prevalent as as problems. If you think about the other end of the August or intestinal tract we have whole journals devoted to eating and eating disorders in the like which are very very serious. Important things to study. But there's at least as much suffering attached is the other end and at least much instinct stuff to talk about. Why do we have so much? Shame around two and differentiation. You know I think it's just seen as toxic stuff and it is toxic stuff. I think they're very good evolutionary reasons why we might want to keep as much Distances possible from our F- issues to the latest figures I've seen is that about two million children die from fecally transmitted material. This is stuff that is toxic to us and this very good reasons to put it as far out of mind mind inside as possible British survey that I report about my book when asked to rate the most important inventions of humanity The British public put the flush toilet about that number nine high than the combustion engine. It sounds ridiculous but at the same time hygiene so important. Freedom from disease is so important I think shame and discuss it just ways of putting things out of mind at putting things out of mom but this relationship between the mind and our intestines is opponent one and we'll come back to that because there's lots to explore law there James Foley who is fantastic material for you as a children's author and illustrator. I don't use it as an actual illustrative medium painting. Well frankly he hasn't done that yet. The camera ready for when I yeah in terms this is just coming off the discussion about shame. It seems like some kids. Don't actually have any shame in regards to You did something really hilarious. Women are a little kid and maybe we should take it more seriously. Maybe we take take it for granted that we have flushing toilets in Western society. And that's why we don't treat it as something serious. I remember the day in you when I came to school. I was a little early. I went went onto the playground and all the boys was saying these new words that I'd never heard of that was saying bum Yang Pu and now saying fat and they were all giggling. And that's when I learnt that those it's funny. I remember that day vividly which is so weird. It's such a weird memory to have like. I remember the day got married in the data and some was born but also remember that and I think ah for children's authors illustrators we kind of maybe get past some of those stages we apart of us is still a kid. I still find these things deeply funny. Even though I have to pretend that I don't when my Sunday Sunday saying those words so funny I mean fats are one of the greatest committee devices. We have brilliant and my son can with the best of them already. Eighty eight takes accurate data. It's great so yeah. I think when when I'm when I'm writing for an audience that's got the same emotional intelligence level is that I'm going to put those sorts of fat and Poo jokes. Yeah because it's just hilarious and kids love stuff. They're not allowed to talk about the things things that we are disgusted by shine for things. Kids love to boo year. I think I love my parents embarrassed to introduce sell eighteen Kaz stinker. Yes and her little brother Joey and a best friend. Shelly is sent tastic grandmother. WHO's a former racecar driving mechanic but sellers this great little character and and Sally become a vehicle for you to explore science really? Yeah they do an end to a sci if I trump as well so the first book is called robot. And it's about robotics but really it's the story of Frankenstein. Sally decides that had baby brother is to stinky and gross and keeps breaking her invention so she is going to try and replace him with a giant robot Co. Breitbart and he's supposed to be just as a brother should be perfect until the chores. He can fix broken machines. He has a cupcake and built into his chest but then the remote control breaks and he goes completely crazy and becomes quite a threat to them. He becomes the worst brother so they have to find a way to stop him. Okay but the only poo in that is in his nappy. That's right becomes more of a deal in the other books. Deng Viollis and sell his best friend. Charlie comes into it and her name Rosie Charlie is a biologist biologist under the age of eleven and she has a pit Dung Beetle Douglas and the Dung Beetle accidentally gets zapped with grocery and turns into a giant Deng. Baitul that rolls a giant ball of Dung towards the town whopping big Godzilla sized Deng Beta xactly poo so very seriously very stuff up for the most Franklin so good what you introduce us to is. The unsung hero of the insect will Dan Beatles remains Dung beetles are amazing. Absolutely incredible the piles of Poo would be surrounding us. We'd be swamped in them. We'd be upset. Done battles exactly right. Yeah and this is actually an issue in Australia. Because there's there's dung beetles on every continent on earth except FANTASTICO and they've been there for millions of years evolving alongside the animals that are almost contents so he industry we had dung beetles that had about longside marsupials and they were used to very dry penalty little droppings. We have two species of role is in his triumph that genus is called CICIS so so they had named after the Great Guy who was rolling the rock up the hill in it but always robot damn so those two brands of two species of rolls in astride. The other one's not rollers. The dig is his and tunnel is different types of dominates. So these guys they would clean onto the side of a kangaroo on Rodney. They bottoms and so when kangaroo had a little Pooh the dung beetles could could jump off and get it while it was still moist as possible. Because it's going to dry out really quick in Australian environment so pitcher when Europeans turn up in his try and they bring cows ass horses. It's like heaven and the first cartoons upping guys and the local Dung Beetles go. What is that? I am not touching met. This is not in my job description. I'm used to these little dry pellets. I'm sorry it's not happening on over here in my trailer. Kangaroo pellets and cube. Wombat Poos and all that stuff stuff so none of the local Dung Beetles dealing with these four hundred years and it was increasing the number of flies. We had an ashtray with spreading disease. It was killing crops because it was just going onto the grass and there was less grasp with a cast eight so the irs in the sixties or the seventies reminding. They went to South Africa and France and found a whole bunch to Foreign Dung Beetles and immigrated them and family living in Australia. The most and which ones were deal with that Deng and reduce number flies huge amount so yeah say terrorism and the Dung beetles saved US saved us from sort of cap apocalypse. That's right pacalypse material for you for kids riding. And and she's such a great little. Intrepid character is constantly coming up with inventions. That go cataclysmic wrong. And then she saves the day Markle Michael Levitt coming back to the distress. That nick was talking about you. Know the psychology of pooing. You must see that every day I mean people probably take a lot of effort to get to you that I think anybody really wants to talk about the ballot by the time people come to see me. They've they've obviously got to a particular point of anxiety or distress or borrow pain. They realized that they've got to face up. Talk about it. Then they know that. Never that's GONNA lead to being examined very very private place that people don't like being examined so that's all represent challenges. There are a lot of unhappy people with a lot of unhappy bells and often having very unhappy encounters with the medical profession because there seems to be a lack of understanding reading about the variables that can affect the way our bell works. And it's all entangled with the fact that states of mind and states of body interact interact to affect our bells work to a message that average. GP in the working week probably wouldn't see many people who present with Abbad problem so that wouldn't be something that they feel particularly comfortable or at ease about and this general tendency to just deliver kind of public domain recommendations is eat more fiber drink more fluid and stuff like that which which I think is often very unhelpful. So that's not good enough for lots of the problems it isn't it. Generally is limited help to recommend those things. He's I was really struck in your book. The heavy bail. How little focus you place on Diet and fiber and what we ingest what passes through our small and large intestines? And how much it's you love a good laxative. That you love lex medications Saturday afternoons now. Houses lex afternoon. Just sit back and try something I mean different and Okay so I think that people have view of the bowel habit that it it is directly connected to what they ate so that is that if you put if anyone of US puts designated food this end we will get a designated output at the gathering but people's bows function incredibly differently one person to the next one gender to the next week difference between men and women's yeah and and so how we actually go to the toilet. What about have it looks like is only partly connected to the food that we put in and as a result Oh and people can't quite comprehend that they're having to do something let's say artificial to make their bows work that they honestly think that they should be able to resolve it by changing what they put it in the top in everybody's intestines and the motilal their intestines is different and hence the output will be different? Can I ask you a question. Some people say that drinking coffee in the morning is a laxative effect number for other people. It's not so I guess that ties with what you're saying. He's an some foods and drinks will be likes different people in some it won't be Caffeine is a laxative. Caffeine is a stimulant if you have a normally or briskly active got you will respond and welcome it. But if like a large percentage of the population you have a generally sluggish bell. You may not notice any impact with caffeine at all. It's like a black Mike Fox. You can put all things in the Pan but what's going to come out about a man will will depend on. What your black boxes like? What accounts for that variability? I mean I love the way you described a lot of men's bales. A fast and fruity and a lot of women's bales a slow and sluggish. You can make that generalization across the sex is a very famous famous professor of gastrologist from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis about thirty years ago and and a lot about him because he and I have the same name and he conducted this study with healthy volunteers men and women with eight identical dots. Absolutely the same amounts of the same foods and fluids they. We're not allowed to leave anything. They had to eat it all drink at all and measure what came out and the average man had his bowels open. More often than the average woman produced a greater weight of stool stool More water and fitted them with contraptions measured. How much wind came out and the average man produced a greater amount of wind? And when I say that a patient sitting in front of me with partner they not so you know the average guy gets up in the morning puts his feet on the ground on straight to the toilet and doesn't for one minute doubt out what's about to happen but many women will get up in the morning on the ground and ask themselves. What am I going to have to eat drink and do today to get back to work? What do we know about why there is that difference? It's so people. Ask Me that and I say well. Let's have a look at the average height of the population and is the average man. Toll shorter the same height as the average average woman. He's at his taller. Do we know why it's there are differences between genders of a physiological nature. That just exist. Come on you've got to give me more than it is certainly not got to do with Diet. As a general rule because of their propensity dislikes the average woman eats more fruit and veg than average guy. Average guy is Ebi. Over does the fruit and VEG. 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"dan beatles" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"dan beatles" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"dan beatles" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"dan beatles" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"dan beatles" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"dan beatles" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"dan beatles" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"dan beatles" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"dan beatles" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"dan beatles" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"dan beatles" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"dan beatles" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Two nine eight one seven two hundred Dave in Monroe, Wisconsin picking Michael Martin Murphy and wildfire. Now, I know that song. But I I would be I would be very surprised to learn that Michael Martin Murphy, Mr. alliteration had more than one hit. Well, that's what we prove here on the show every Tuesday morning. Pre one nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talk text. We've got skip skip lease on the way. There's already a bunch of cats outside as merlot gathering parachutes this week. I think they float anymore. I think they're gonna I think they're actually going to go up to the top the building. And then float down when you say, oh that sounds nice. Yeah. So you see a bunch of cats with parachutes floating down here when we look out the windows a little bit later on when we play for the record the eighties slash nineties music trivia game. So the most popular songs I have right here each from each year between nineteen forty two two thousand five. So we'll find out here what the most popular song of the year of our birth here at the at the at the program, and if you want to jump in at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. I have not looked at the lists. For the years that that we were born, but I would like to try maybe we can take a crack at guessing what they what they were. I don't know. I'm not going to be I swear to you. I won't be able to guess may. Maybe it's a Beatles. Song the euro's worn. Perhaps. Vic Vic, can you? Hear me. What year were you born Vic? What's he stepped out for them always stepped out our we'll we'll find out a little bit later. What you're Vick was born because we want to get everybody's year in here. So. I was born in nineteen sixty five. So my guess, you think Dan Beatles. We saw this. I did. Yeah. But Beatles would be a pretty good. Guess right. I mean, they they they have two songs in the sixties. I know that for sure okay. I'm trying to think because. Meet the Beatles came out in sixty four. So. Maybe wanna hold your hand. That it was for nine hundred sixty four that was sixty four. Oh, so that was sixty four oh, you know, what I should have known that. Because I just saw the damn movie and it took place in February eight nine hundred sixty four that's early in the year. I should have known that. All right. Well, let's I don't know. So I'm gonna look nineteen sixty five. Dan, you know, this one already tried you. As rally, you know, what the what the what the biggest song year? I was born it was that wooly bully. Said to be about Sam the Sham's cat, the song became the band's biggest hit pushing through the British invasion that had dominated the charts since the Beatles broke through. Although the song never reached number one on the hot billboard one hundred. It was so popular that it still recognizes the top song of the year making it the first non number one song to earn the title. So wooly bully was the most popular song of the euro was born. All right, Dan, you were born in eighty one correct? Eighty one. It was funny. I got it wrong because I two gasped and my actually turned out to be the biggest hit of nineteen eighty two. And the reason I remembered it was because the in eighty two this song was actually number one the song from nineteen eighty was actually the number one song on my birthday, November twenty first nineteen Eighty-one kind of similar to what you described because I was born so late in the year. I had just kinda come out. But he's fame really popular in early eighty two wrecked. So I was I was surprised by eighty one eighty two I was not eighty eighty one. And it was it was big at the end of one and it rolled on popularity eighty two correct? What was big then pre thriller, correct? Can that's like right around new wave ish time in one hit wonder new wave ish time? Eighty one into eighty two. Jeez. I don't know. And was this was this was this a group or what the person single artist for eighty both both are single artists. Both are females as well, full female single artist. Right. Stevie nicks, maybe. I'm trying to think of like, whoa. What was Danny Tyler total eclipse of the heart. Maybe. Nope. In that vein, though, Tyler total heart now that was eighty three that was eighty three Bonnie Tyler total eclipse of the heart was Big, Ben. And it was a female artist. Oh. What's her face, Betty, Betty Davis? Bette Davis is nineteen Eighty-one. That song was massive. That's on that was eighty one. That was a year. You're but eighty-two is the one that you guessed it right because they was the number one song on my birth. Oh, I see. And that was physical, right? Olivia. Newton john. Okay. I looked at that one. Bette? Davis is are soft rock became a trend in nineteen Eighty-one Betty can Kearns cover of the Donna Weiss. Jackie de Shannon. Original Bette Davis is rose on the charts. The melody and beat paired with Kim's classic scratchy tenant remained number one on the billboard charts for nine weeks and went onto win Grammy award for song of the year, eighty two and then physical which was your guests for when you were born great, although songwriters Steve Kiner and Terry Shattuck originally wanted Rod Stewart to sing physical leaving John ended up putting it on her twelfth studio album of the same name. It was a good call because the song was an enormous reached number one on the billboard. Hundred blah, blah, hot one hundred and it stayed there for ten weeks becoming a Libya's biggest commercial musical success. Now. I'm looking at the list at number for nineteen Eighty-three. And I would've I would've absolutely guest. Michael jackson. Anything? I would have absolutely as guest Eighty-three was year. You were born. Yes, I would have guessed anything off a thriller. I would've thought beat it or or what what the baby's not mind. What's Billie Jean? But it's not it's not a Michael Jackson song. Which I find I find surprising. Although, but then when I look at this this song. I mean it did. I mean did dominate do. You know, what it is? I don't it's by a group not a single. I'll give you a massive hint my favorite group, and I was in high school. Like by far my favorite because I guess you don't you set at nine thousand times. But I guess you don't listen when I talk now, I wa wa want, okay. It's the police. It's every breath. You take biggest hit that song was on the radio every fourteen seconds. Well, some say every breath, you take by the police is one of the most romantic songs of nineteen Eighty-three claimed that the song was much more sinister and had to do with being spied on. Of course, it is. You gotta love the film people would play that at their weddings, people would play that song at their, weddings. Here's our first dance every breath. You take hey, you guys know that that's about a stalker. That's actually about stalker. It was inspired by sting's divorced from his first wife and became the police only single to reach number one billboard one hundred really that's the only one. That's only police song ever went to number one. Wow. That's kinda surprising. Nineteen Eighty-three especially the summer of nineteen Eighty-three of summer of one thousand nine hundred eighty three year. I graduated high school. And it was mean, you couldn't get away from every breath. You take you can get away synchronicity that entire album was saying. So. So far as Miranda has the best song of the three of our three of our three years of birthdays, wooly bully is ridiculous. I like very Davis is that's fine. Whatever breath. You take legitimately great song. All right. Let's go we've got people in line here who are wondering what their song was. And here is Tom.

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"dan beatles" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"dan beatles" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Free one nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talk text. We've got skip skip lease on the way. There's already a bunch of cats outside as gathering there. Parachutes this week. I think they float me more. I think they're gonna think they're actually going to go up to the top of the building. And then float down when you say, oh that sounds nice. Yeah. So you see a bunch of cats with parachutes floating down here. We look out the windows. A little bit later on when we play for the record the eighties slash nineties music trivia game. So those popular songs I have right here each from each year between nineteen forty two two thousand five. So we'll find out here what the most popular song of the year of our birth here at the at the at the program, and if you want to jump in at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred I have not looked at the lists. For the years that that we were born, but I would like to try maybe we can take a crack at guessing what they what they were. I don't know. I I'm not going to be obliged. I swear to you. I won't be able to guess may. Maybe it's a Beatles. Song the euro's worn. Perhaps. What is Vic Vic, can you? Hear me. What year were you born Vic? What's he stepped out stepped out? Our we'll we'll find out a little bit later what you're Vic was born. Because we want to get everybody year in here. So. I was born in nineteen sixty five. So my guess, Dan Beatles. We saw this listerine. Let's I did. Yeah. But a Beatles would be a pretty good. Guess right. I mean, they they have two songs in the sixties. I know that for sure okay. Now, I'm trying to think because. Meet the Beatles came out in sixty four. So. Maybe wanna hold your hand. That it was for nine hundred sixty four sixty four. Oh, so that was sixty four oh, you know, what I should have known that. Because I just saw the damn movie and it took place in February eight nine hundred sixty four that's early in the year. I should have known that. All right. Well, let's I don't know. So I'm gonna look nineteen sixty five. I do. As rally, you know, what the what the what the biggest song of the year? I was born it was that wooly bully. Said to be about Sam the Sham's cat, the song became the band's biggest hit pushing through the British invasion that had dominated the charts since the Beatles broke through. Although the song never reached number one on the hot billboard one hundred. It was so popular that it still recognizes the top song of the year making it the first non number one song to earn the title. So will he believes the most popular song of the euro was born? All right, Dan, you were born in eighty one correct? Eighty one. And it's it was funny. I got it wrong because I two guests and my actually turned out to be the biggest hit of nineteen eighty two. And the reason I remembered it was because the in eighty two this song was actually number one the song from eighteen eighty two is actually the number one song on my birthday, November twenty first nineteen Eighty-one. So kind of similar way you described because I was born so late in the year. I had just kinda come out. Fame, but really popular in early eighty two wrecked. So I was I was surprised by eighty one eighty two. I was not all right. Eighty eighty one. And it was it was big at the end of anyone and rolled on popularity and eighty two correct? What was big then? Pre thriller, correct. Can that's like right around new wave ish time in one hit wonder new wave ish time? Eighty one into eighty two. Jeez. Know. And was this was this was this a group or person single artists for eighty at both both are single artists. Both are females single artists as well, full female sigler's, right? Stevie nicks. Maybe. I'm trying to think of like, whoa. What was Danny Tyler total eclipse of the heart. Maybe. Nope. In that vein, though. A total eclipse of the heart now that was eighty three that was eighty three by Tyler total. Eclipse of the heart was Big, Ben. And it was a female artist. What's her face, Betty, Betty Davis? Bette Davis is nine hundred eighty one that song was massive. That's that was eighty one. That was a year you're born. But eighty two is the one that you guessed that, right? Because there was the number one song on my birth. Oh, I see. And that was physical, right? Olivia. Newton john. Okay. I looked I looked at that one. Bette? Davis is soft rock became a trend in nineteen Eighty-one. Very Kearns cover of the Donna Weiss. Jackie de Shannon. Original Bette Davis is rose on the charts. The melody and beat paired with Kim's classic scratchy tenant remained number one on the billboard charts for nine weeks and went on to win Grammy award for song of the year, eighty two and then physical which was your guests for when you were born gripe, although songwriters Steve and Terry Shattuck originally wanted Rod Stewart to sing physical alleviated John ended up putting it on her twelfth studio album of the same name. That was a good call because the song was an enormous hit. It reached number one on the Bill. One eight hundred blah, blah, hot one hundred and it stayed there for ten weeks becoming Olivia's biggest commercial musical success. Now, I'm looking at the list at number for nineteen Eighty-three. And I would've I would've absolutely guest. Michael jackson. Anything? I would have. Absolutely esmeralda. Wouldn't you Eighty-three was year? You were born. Yes, I would have guessed anything off a thriller. I would've thought beat it or or what the baby's not mine. What's Billie Jean? But it's not it's not a Michael Jackson song. Brelzer? Which I find I find surprising. Although, but then when I look at this this song. I mean it did. I mean dominate do. You know, what it is? They don't it's by a group, not a single. Give you a massive hint. It my favorite group, and I was in high school. Like by far my favorite. I guess you don't you? I've said it nine thousand times. But I guess you don't listen when I talk now, I just want, okay. It's the police. It's every breath. You take biggest hit that song was on the radio every fourteen seconds as well. Some say every breath, you take by the police is one of the most romantic songs of nineteen Eighty-three claimed that the song was much more sinister and had to do with being spied on. Of course, it is. You gotta love the people would play that at their weddings, people would play that song at their, weddings. Here's our first dance every breath. You take hey, you guys know that that's about a Stocker that that song is actually about a stalker. It was inspired by sting's divorced from his first wife. It became the police is only single to reach number one. Billboard one hundred really that's the only one that's the only police long ever went to number one. Wow. That's kinda surprising. But yeah. In nineteen Eighty-three, especially the summer of nineteen Eighty-three the summer of one thousand nine hundred eighty three of the year. I graduated high school. And it was mean, you couldn't get away from every breath. You take you can get away to the secret city that entire album was insane. So. So far as morality has the best song of the three of our three of our three years of birthdays, wooly bully is ridiculous. I like very Davis is that's fine. But every breath you take legitimately great saw. All right. Let's go we've got people in line here who are wondering what their song was. And here is Tom on WGN. Hey, Tom, what's up? Hey. More than fifty fifty five. So it's probably really bad. Nineteen fifty five the the big song of the year. You were born was cherry pink and apple blossom white. I would say popular MAMBO the cherry pick and has a blossom white was the first performed by Cuban bandleader Perez produ- for the film underwater. And there is an explanation point at the end of that they've actually visited the title of the movie is underwater Doboy later became a hit song on its own purely instrumental the track which features a sliding Trump and sound from Billy Regis spent ten weeks at number one on the billboard chart. So and then he released the same year another musician Allendale released a cover of the song with lyrics, but it didn't match the popularity of Peres's version. Can you can you grab that one? The instrumental. I guess the one that was the biggest one. So. All right. Well, there you go, Tom, Sharon, all right cherry pink. And apple blossom white..

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