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"doctor carl" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:04 min | 8 months ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But also I think we have to keep on guard for that so that we can watch and see. Remember the virus changes himself too much. It causes trouble for itself, so it's always a balance. This, but this is normal of what viruses do. Doctor. You have any concerns about what we're seeing in Norway? So by today there's been approximately 42,000 vaccines given in Norway, and over there they prioritized the immunization of nursing home residents. So out of those 42,000 folks given the Fizer vaccine There were 33 deaths, and it's interesting because all 33 were in the 75 plus age bracket, which is interesting because Those are the most vulnerable people. I mean, people under the age of 60, by and large 99.9% of the time are not going to go the hospital. They're not going to require any sort of medical service. So the vaccine you should mainly before the very elderly, But we're seeing deaths amongst the elderly of who's gotten the vaccine in Norway, your thoughts on Yeah. I mean, I think we need to see all of the data and information because when you are older, of course, people are more likely to die from many different reasons. It may be a coincidence that people have received the vaccine and they may have other medical issues. So until we actually see all of the information and understand what's going on I think it's too soon for us to say all this vaccine is too dangerous for older citizens. I think we really just need more information because you know things were being reported so quickly in the media. It's hard to keep up with all the scientific information that do all the due diligence and investigation. And I'm not sure that you know the meet the media Twitter kind of thing. Is the way that we would want a scientifically investigate a problem, I think is not the point of going that, actually, that's where people are getting their info. That's what that's the bad part. All right, doctor. Always a pleasure. Thank you so much. I'm sure we're gonna be talking to you again in the near future. Yeah, And I hope everybody stays safe and get their vaccine soon because I got mine. And and I made it through just fine. And I think these vaccines are good thing for us every Doc. Thanks so much their ship Doctor Carl Victim bomb. He specializes in infectious dry. He was part of the trials ever done, And you see there now I've got something. You know, There's folks that air Hesitant right to get the vaccine I have away and it's actually be, uh, it's actually going on in D. C. They're giving out free bags of marijuana. I said that didn't seem vaccine cannabis activist Group D. C. Marijuana justice plans offer we'd gift bags to those who get the covert 19 vaccine in.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:11 min | 9 months ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm to strangling at time all the time. I should credit What am I doing? Or how can I improve? I have no strength and my energy is nowhere. I felt much like zero. I've tried to your size take a lot out of me My vibrant days and 47. I have hypothermia and high blood pressure with medication, But I just talked to her very good Every day. We have to get a real definition of what your body is doing. That's why we look at Your vitamins, your minerals, all of your hormones. We look at your body's response to blood sugar, maybe blood sugar fluctuations. If your blood sugar drops, that'll make you tired side effects to medications, So there's so much to look at. And then build a nutritional foundation based upon that That's really the only way to figure out why your body is going through What is going through? I can't guess And we don't just throw vitamins and people say here, take this and see something. Expect something to happen and I would never take a vaccine. I decided that Regular this craziness. I want plastic, and that's my opinion on it. Here. I trust you. But what's all the politicians in our lives? I wouldn't take a rest and I took a full shot. Was 1980. That was it? Yeah. I mean, I speak to people all day long in the office. And from all walks of life from different political views, and they're just not happy. You know they're not happy with what's going on, and they're not happy with what's transpired over years in terms of, you know, vaccine research or some of the medical mechanisms that are being you know. Being put forth so I think you have to research and read and learn as much as you can. Because I just feel his parents. Sisters are taking their lives and mixing them in with all this other stuff. Why would I trust any of these politicians? Well, I'm not a big fan of what politicians typically do. They set themselves in place. They make wonderful salaries we pay for their spectacular health insurance. They get paid for life up. Until recently, they were able to do insider trading and make millions and hundreds of millions of dollars. And we weren't allowed to do that. And they're all sitting pretty and you know, you think that they're trying to do something nice for you, but it never happens, but they always do things for themselves. They always figure out a way to make themselves wealthy. I don't think they're really looking After the people in their community. You could look at lots of communities that have been Um Broken down and damaged and underserved and under cared for, you know, and they're in the variety of states throughout the country. That the politicians in those areas have not helped those people. You've heard of issues in Detroit. Different parts of Michigan. San Francisco. I mean places that need You know they're elected politicians for those areas to come in and help and that's not happening. So I feel that there's a disparity between what politicians you're saying. What they're actually doing. So much you know, for You know, being able to help people out. All I see is a politician's helping themselves out. Thank you so much for your call. If you certainly would like tea chat, and we can get together and check your blood and help you out. We love to do that. Give us a call the office 516794. 040 force a live show. 1 808 for a W A B c 1 808 for 89222. And we love to chat with you. Let's go to Bill and plain view. How are you? A doctor Carl. How you doing? Great. Good. Listen, you brought up a good point. I was going to ask you about blood glucose. But before I do that this Ivor Mexican is as close to a cure as we have right now, In all the small studies that I've seen It is literally miraculous. Yeah, This is what Dr Coy said in front of Senate. And it was obviously put on Robert Kennedy Junior's website, his instagram page, I listened to the entire Conversation in the entire presentation, and I was really, amazingly surprised. So, although we know I never used the word cure, because it's just a word that's got too much expectation with it. For them to see patients that are ill in the hospital and whether it's before the ICU or during Pretty dramatic results from using this medication. I think this should be, you know, front page news everywhere. But because it's a drug that's been around for a while, much like the chloroquine You're not gonna get anybody toe yell and scream and tell the world about it because it's not a new drug that's gonna be really expensive and make tons of money for the people who invest in it. That's what Dr Koi was saying. He said that I can't believe other companies that make any of the 30 or 40 antiviral meds that are out there. Haven't looked at all of those meds and see If there's benefit, and of course, the Iver Mactan is a parasite medication, but Think of it I attracted chloroquine is used for malaria. Parasites, so this obviously is bring so much more information to light. So I think we have to look at this and understand it. And look, no one's going to get more qualified than a doctor who's I think he's double or triple board certified. He's been in the intensive care unit. His whole career specializes in pulmonary medicine. So This is a guy that you have to listen to. And I applaud Robert Kennedy Jr. For disseminating terrific, terrific information. In all of this. Okay, Four lines. Robot. If you like to call in. He could do so. Now let's go to Margaret in Long Island. How are you? I'm good. How are you? Great. I'm 39 weeks pregnant with my second child. I delivered my son in February. 2019. Went into labor naturally delivered naturally with no medication, and I was diagnosed with Cove it on Tuesday. And I just have some congestion like a slight head cold I feel and my doctor wants to induce me on Sunday because just because I have coded Mm hmm. She said that I haven't really seen a great deal of information on covert and pregnancy, so I don't I don't know where in lies the risk if you were recently exposed If now some people may be exposed and not get sick. Some people will get exposed and might get sick. So there's a question of whether or not this bug. Is going to affect you. Or the developing fetus. I don't think there's any literature on whether or not Cove. It will effect Your pregnancy or developing fetus that being said, you're 39 weeks. On D expects your due date to be next week. Margaret. Hello..

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"doctor carl" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:45 min | 9 months ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"She was from the Miami area, not the same South Florida woman who is now telling me about shoes for my dog for the winter. She's crazy in another way, And I mean that and I know you're listening. It's great. Don't don't heal. I'm not hating you. But she she was crazy about grits. And I had no idea being in Ohio kid even though I had lived out in trouble counting some other places. I didn't know about threats. Really. I knew about like cream of wheat and so on. But there's a texture issue. And when I lived in Tennessee, it was big. Um and she threw down some serious grits and she would try to force feed maker. You got it. You got it was like I don't like the way the texture of battle. She's like, Eat it, eat it, And I'm like, I don't know what the hell is this year from South Florida? That's not even like a Northern Florida Georgia thing is what I thought it was. I figured South Florida is more Cuban in Spanish, another mixtures of people because Miami Fort Lauderdale is its own entity. And then other parts of the country have other stuff the twin cities in that part of the world, the people eat like Luther Fisk and those things, which is its own thing, and you mentioned lutefisk here, and there's a lot of people probably driving around that Luke let me look that up, and that's an unusual kind of strange thing. If you're not familiar with it, and even talking to some people, they're they're like lunch, so sure about that. Yeah, the one that got me moving around the south after having grown up here is saying the word, pop. Oh, yeah. People lose their mind because and I said soda, and I'm in Ohio kid, And I think TV had to do that for me because I go it's and when I lived in outside of Knoxville, they go. What kind of coke do you want? And I'm like, No, I want a Dr Pepper. And then they go. Well, Yeah, that's the kind of Cokie one. I'm like. No Coke is coke. I want Dr Pepper. It's its own thing. And then, of course, they just told me to shut up. And there was a specific restaurant that I went through when I was living in Alabama. And they're like, what kind of coke you want. I'm like, Yeah. Cherry, and they're like, No, we got like coke. Diet coke. Dr Pepper. I'm like, Oh, well, I'd like a Dr Pepper like Yeah, I'm like No. You asked me what? Never mind. Yeah. Or or like, you know, this is the PNG stuff right and hear what you say, Pops or whatever Kleenex. What kind of you know you got some puffs and depending on where you are, they wouldn't necessarily know what you meant. Now It's a little bit different, and that's sort of with accents, too. Like I think accents of changed and I think I don't know how much of that is television. And and more homogenized from people watching from different places, But there used to be a lot more localized accents. And there are countries huge. I mean, if you look at the size of Europe in our United States, I mean, we're big, massive footprint. In the accents in the south, very from where they are to the Northeast to saying in our region here in Cincinnati, toe up towards Toledo to Cleveland in its own accent. Well, somebody just thank you for this at Sterling Radio on Twitter. Marley. I believe I mentioned they spell it differently. Poutine a decent I think that's what they're trying to say, and that that's one of the greatest things I've found while fishing up in Canada, and I think they have it around Detroit to which is fries with gravy. And I really like cheese curd or chunks of cheese. And it really is a cardiologists like summer home dream thing, but it's one of the best things on the planet. It's expanded down here. Yeah, I've seen her in some restaurant in ads and stuff. Where do you find it? There's one actually up in Dayton Zombie dogs, They have poutine tots. Really? It's very, very good. Holy crap. All right, Chris. Beth, hang on your chance to get interactive. We come back a little bit of time before the good doctor Carl Victim bomb from U. C. Health talks on infectious disease. That's his wheelhouse. We'll talk on the latest coded stuff of the vaccine that you see and elsewhere making its way across the country, hopefully light at the end of the tunnel with this pandemic situation closer to Whatever normal is going to be normal. It's not, you know 2025 13749 7808 43 24 41 That's 800 the big £1.7 on pounds 700 on 18 t Take a deep breath and calm down. Excited and all this food because of the way everything is sort of shut down. Now. What am I going to get to eat on the way home? If I don't go to the grocery, which most are gonna be closed for deep cleaning? I gotta go. It's not like I can stop in the usual places like I would normally want to be doing. Maybe if I gas up, I could get roller food. Which leads me to a whole nother regional thing, because I remember driving in south of Myrtle Beach in search of speedy cheeseburgers from speedway to speed. Wait a speedway when I was a much younger man with a friend of mine, she and I are doing Stupid. It was right. I know your chance to get interact with the local ISMs by way of food or terminology. I want to know what you got. When come back more sterling for Gary. Jeff. Glad you're listening. 700 wlw. It feels like the nation is completely divided. You probably got strong feelings about.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:32 min | 11 months ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on No Agenda

"Practicing our bt wise in three FS broadcasting live from opportunities zone thirty three here in the frontier of Austin Texas capital of the drone star stating the morning everybody I'm Adam Curry and from northern. Silicon. Valley. Where we all know that we're all doomed. Jesse. Part of the E U and California. They doomed Oh my God. France Germany The Netherlands all shutting down. Christina texted me she said. Keep freaking out here they they don't even have symptoms or anything little sniffle. Yeah. SNIFFLES the key I hope people realize that coverted. Is a corona virus is is the common cold Kamikaze Corona virus. There's never been a vaccine for it to never will be and it's and it's possible. I was something the other day. Just, minor clip they're going where al it's crazy because you know the symptoms of each people each person sold different and most are a symptomatic starting to wait a minute if mo- most are a symptomatic that just because what you've been discussing mostly over the last couple of shows is it possible that this test is just bad and they're a symptomatic because they don't have it although they tested positive is just that simple have a SPEC sheet of the new. Abbot rapid test it says right there in the SPEC sheet cannot make a distinction between corona virus SARS one or two. SO THAT MEANS IT'LL PICK UP A. It might is to say that specifically not specifically, but we have a couple of clips later on the talk about it actually not being very reliable from government officials who are deploying them but. I finally found the smoking gun. I found the smoking gun. Sorry. The way you said I just imagine sticking a finger in the air. In. Fact and I looked over my glasses when I said but. Listen to this. yes. Every every show I think. Well, that's it. I don't I can't say any more about the polymer chain reaction PCR. Also mislabeled as the test but yes, I can. It's crazy because people are catching on news media catching on. Very, very sparsely, of course, local stations I have not until after the election. Of. Course. Well actually let's. Let's. Let's listen to a set it up this way keeping suspense a little bit longer. This is W. R. A. L. in North Carolina and they are calling. This latest surge. Incorrect because they say, Hey, there's a lot of false positives with the PR also known as the test. So this is rather long, but it's very, very complete in their reporting. WROL, North Carolina North Carolinians have taken more than three million covid nineteen during the pandemic almost all ninety seven percent of the positives came through molecular tests called polymer chain reaction, or PCR while the test is highly regarded as accurate when it comes to positive or negative some in the scientific world say it provides an incomplete picture. Found our Rene shedding being evidence for seventy eight days. My Doctor Carl Hennigan with University of Oxford argues the black and white nature of the test is leading to an inflated number of cases. When you picking up pace into matic people, you have no idea they have active infection. All did they have a two months ago labs test for Corona virus by cycling samples to amplify the virus each cycle increases the virus in the sample at the North Carolina State lab they'll cycle a sample up to thirty seven times before deciding whether it's positive or negative and lab core. The main private tests are in our state. The cycle threshold is even higher three eight in the mood time D do. Less virus he started with W Oreo investigates went through the specs of dozens of. Tests the cycle thresholds range from as low as thirty five to as high as forty depending on the maker the higher that threshold goes than. The the dimmer if you will signal is or translated survivors, the lower amount of viruses president Dr Thomas Denny Heads Up Duke University's Cova testing program. He says the higher thresholds of tests do raise questions. Let me be very low signal low level signal testing labs simply report positive or negative to the state. These tests were not designed specifically to identify. Viruses there but just whether it's they're not that state lab director Scott shown who doesn't by the cycle threshold debate trying to add additional layers of analysis onto a test it wasn't designed for that purpose on can be dangerous. Healthcare providers use the cycle threshold results just one diagnostic tool along with the patients, conditions and known rights I happen to think knowing that is useful information especially in the early days of a disease are right now as we learn more about the virus, denny believes, it's better to have testing that's too sensitive. However, Hennigan argues cycle thresholds in the high thirties lead to inflate case numbers, unnecessary corn soybeans, and economic impacts complain a fresh old level. We says you are infectious which is about a million copies. Milk. In sample, which is a cycle fresh showed him about twenty. So there you have a report with numerous professors. You heard all the universities they represent, and at the end there, the professor even says, really twenty five cycles you should know of someone has actual virus that can that you can detect and we know that most of these tests, the assays that go out are more like forty, forty five. And for sure.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on M&A Science

M&A Science

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on M&A Science

"Not sure if you saw the Google spreadsheets demo where they have a similar example where you can essentially ask a spreadsheet of data question it all synthesized and give you a response back. Do you foresee the valuation of firms diminishing down due diligence to ongoing Kovac crisis. If yes, you see and recommend this to be the right time the eat deals if you exclude companies in financial trouble. The first question is who wants to sell their company in the cold with crisis if they are financially viable, so it's not a market out there. We can say Oh No Doubt With this strategy is can easily buy cheap companies if they don't want to sell you because they want to buy evaluation and you have a tough time to cherry-pick very good companies were very low price again, unless they are in financial trouble and you come in as a savior. It really depends on the specific market for Target companies that you're looking at even if the valuations quote unquote in theory will go down cause all the projections Etc might be not very good with three crisis numbers off. It's really I think still a tough Market Because by the founder you don't want to sell if the market is down maybe see more companies using automation during the covid-19 shut down or has it slowed down prices no matter if it's Financial or health or others is always creating pressure for companies to increase productivity to lower coughing. And it usually leads to an increase in Automation. And that's also what we see today from an sap point of view as a p has always been sailing through Christ is you know, very healthy manner because crisis creates need for more automation. There's no question about it. I would agree with I think that's what I've heard quite a few times. I wonder what your thoughts are in a meeting your m&a process and how you may be able to do trending across multiple Acquisitions. So they are tools out there. If you look at for example companies like mid-month or others that basically provide you with portfolio management and overview of potential careers and different cases and also an Athletics across different fields that will be done that are in due diligence and our integration to have like an end to Process Management tool. They will be a lot of opportunity wage. Is to compare different companies different integration projects different swim Lanes in the pre deal faces for the selecting different companies. I think that is all the way out there. I haven't looked at very detailed what exactly is there, but I've seen some glimpses of Frosty across process analytics that it used to know, are improve things that you're doing in different views last question doctor Carl. What is the craziest thing you've seen in m&a? Yeah. I think one of the craziest thing is what I call a cascading Integrations to basically acquire a company who has acquired another five to ten companies and you want to integrate the company, but what happened in the past the other thing companies were in integrating so you may have to integrate eleven companies instead of one so that certainly the huge challenge to integrate a lot more companies entities operations than wage. 4C before you jump into two Villages that tends to lead a pretty big mess. The girl. I really appreciate your time today in this conversation may be coming out you want to sort of add a little color or where people can learn more about it. Very simple go to my website of the call Pop. And there will be information about this great job. Thank you very much. Thank you for taking the time to explore the world of m&a with our podcast off. Please subscribe for more content and conversations with industry leaders. If you like our podcast, please support us by leaving a 5-star review and sharing it. I enjoy hearing feedback and connecting with our listeners home. You can reach me by my email. It's kissan k i s o n at deal room.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The other night she went to bed without it on and sure enough she woke up with an asthma attack so I just thought you might be interested to know and maybe you know you can always try it you bet thank you I appreciate the suggestion it was a close call it was a very close call it was a very serious very serious asthma attack and it scared the hell out of me yeah I mean I've been through a lot of them with her she's had it since she was a child but nothing of this magnitude and it was close you know was close first time caller line you're on the air hello hi hello yeah the start yes okay cool hi this is Doug in Chico yes Sir and know what you talked about Timothy Leary dying and no one else call to talk about it so figured I would okay did you know it is a last request for is to be done with his remains was I believe he wanted to be launched into space right and I heard I was hoping you could confirm this void that he would have actually had space on the next shuttle that he was going to be delivered I think that there is something to it I I think they may do it and I'm I'm sorry I don't know any more than that I know he would like it and maybe it will be done all right thanks goodnight goodnight the passing of Timothy Leary and I'm sorry we were in the process of arranging an interview we've done a lot of work in that direction and sometimes you just don't have enough time that's something you all might bear in mind in life it came home to me very clearly in the last few days and while we're on that subject I had been prepared to host a I might as well tell you A. AB a bit of a a debate between not doctor Carl Sagan and Stanton Friedman and that too was in the works Carl Sagan is ill and we wish him the best in our prayers are with doctor Sagan and assuming he and hoping he will recover we will probably get around to that pretty soon east of the Rockies you're on the air high hello there hello yes Sir yes you're on the air yeah I'm at work right now just going to ask you but the Roswell incident yes you see that a certificate the the the state's nine oh no one knows why I don't watch Deep Space Nine you don't know well somebody's got the radio on so I'm gonna have to go okay thank you you've got to turn off your radio folks and then keep it off when you get on the air you just have to trust me that you're on the air but if you have the radio on we cannot conduct a conversation west of the Rockies you're on the air are you doing okay Michael California yes Sir one call in the four years to covering counter yeah okay yes Adam Porter Rico I was there currently and previously in navy and we're stationed down there for a reason or need to get into and there was a time when there was a lot of rain and it was a flood on say and we're walking down a road in Austin that you've covered under the ground and a jump in the pharmacist and we pursue disability because opera and it spun around in circles a service matters and this and that and everything else we didn't quite know what it was and.

"doctor carl" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I'd as governor Greg Abbott looks to ease restrictions during the corona virus pandemic some health officials are concerned these actions could backfire Dr John Carlo with the Texas medical association says social distancing measures are working I think we've been able to bend that curve and thankfully what we've done is keep our hospitals from becoming overwhelms the doctor Carl is part of the governor's task force the state's one point four million residents using snap or supplemental food assistance program will get to order groceries online within three weeks time Elliott spray with the state department of health and Human Services says the goal is in part to limit exposure to the corona virus we're promoting the health and safety of Texans while also ensuring family source now clients or stamp recipients have that ability to provide for the family during this challenging time the governor Abbas he's grateful to our federal partners at the USDA for proving this request Walmart and Amazon are the first retailers to join in the pilot program president trump has signed the small business aid bill that was approved by the house and Senate this week speaking in the oval office he said it's great for small businesses and workers at the bell pumps money into popular loan program that quickly ran dry after passage of the roughly two trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus bill last month the bipartisan bill covers almost half a trillion dollars in federal spending and includes billions for hospitals and additional corona virus testing president trump now says he was being sarcastic this week when he suggested injecting disinfectants in the body to combat the corona virus speaking to reporters in the oval office the president said he made the comment to reporters and just to see what would happen they argue that reporters were asking him sarcastic questions during a coronavirus briefing at the White House is pushing back on the idea the president approved of Georgia re opening its economy today before he denounced a day later the president saying in a statement he never gave governor Brian Kemp approval for businesses outside of the guidelines to open calling a new story saying he did fake news and New York governor Andrew Cuomo is warning Americans who long to go go back to normal what will happen if the nation does equable pointed to a chart the projects the number of cases and deaths will more than double what the nation has already seen the governor saying another four hundred twenty two people lost their lives because of the virus in the past twenty four hours that brings the state's total to around twenty one thousand for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm Kerry Logi news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"We're supposed to do St paddy's day over at Maloney's and that seems like a yesteryear I know you know it's just it's crazy and that's like I you were talking about does this every day seen the same or when you look at the time you're like you know is it is it actually that time might I used to be so good where I would I would wake up naturally I would just I would always know what day it was what time it was something but now I'm constantly having to look at my calendar to make sure what day it is well you know what all I have actually going on do you guys ever feel empty inside during the day just so lost that's just because I'm trying to get to talk to someone yeah man no I'm not here to talk to someone for like for real no I'm good doctor Conrad's on Twitter every time good okay I'm just saying because Donna Conrad hearing gunshots I live alone and I watch so much TV I'm gonna called others who we get doctor Carl McCall I'm fine there's nothing wrong with your fight stands for after up insecure neurotic emotional totally I am section I'm a give up Sydney's is gonna be called in it for pieces in about a minute but we have a couple people on the line this try to get them before we get the pieces rob is there got a draw Rasband holder for every three days rob how are ya bro is Marie rob how are you good Hey to Marie rob all right good good couple things on mental health one being alone it sucks Ryan it sucks you can friend request may and then message me anytime you want and I'll answer the phone for you some time that's that's what people do yeah what's your number getting just get out and I'll give it I'll give it out there I can write it down please don't if you want what's the next thing it would have to call it a anyways humor is the best thing group said something yesterday about you in a closed order it immediately brought me to the conversation of one Clark W. Griswold with Laurie Wally they don't close the state of Florida yeah we we actually did close the state of Florida so you can imagine it when you got to Florida it was closed yeah you don't say it yeah totally the end of education that that that's it and it's just like that's just really weird but drew had said that the closed border and just a sense of humor in communication with people it goes a long way if somebody you haven't heard from calls you pick up the dead on the phone Dr may might be a neat yeah they just need a native here I'm by myself all the time I'm kind of in the same boat run except I'm on work and just like you are and you know it gets lonely and you you your mind starts going places and you run out of things to do the odd spot there's nothing wrong I'm just like he just saw the news alone because you can't reach out you can't go in and join up with people go to the bar right I would say call me there is only so much I can talk to my aunt about like you know my and my hair is rob thanks for the call we gotta get to need yeah and Ryan you couldn't you can friend request me as I will try and get on that judge your summer for next week all right thanks rob thanks sorry folks fox closed out front sort of pulled pork cheese thank you I started watching it the other day like this two.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Regardless the CIA quietly dealt with Olson's death and GOTTLIEB had more pressing matters on his mind in nineteen fifty five Gottlieb's right hand man. George Hunter White was offered a better opportunity for a high paying position at the Federal Bureau of Narcotics in San Francisco. This would take him away from their safehouse In New York white felt torn but got league made the decision easy. He told white to take the position in San Francisco and opened up a safe house. They're under the heading of M. K. Ultra this operation would be referred to as sub project forty two otherwise known as operation midnight climax the terms and conditions for the safe house in North Beach. A Bayside neighborhood in San Francisco. Were essentially the same as they were back in. New York. Lull unsuspecting visitors backed at the safe house and lays them with LSD but godly wanted to take things a step further. He wanted to see if he could loosen a man's tongue once LSD and sex got involved so after securing the site of their operation white got to work one of his first tasks was to assemble a team of sex workers who would be willing to lure their clients back to the apartment at two twenty five Chestnut Street the pad as it was referred to was a large l shaped apartment with stunning views of the bay. Quite an upgrade from the small Greenwich apartment. They were working in before white. Recruited a friend to install surveillance. Equipment including cameras and microphones throughout the location. According to Stephen Kinzer book poisoner in chief. One operative claim that the place was so wired. That if you spilled a glass of water you'd probably electrocute yourself but those wires had been carefully concealed with vulgar art. The drawers were piled with sex toys. The shelves filled with pornographic videos and magazines. Not to mention the minibar was always stocked as an additional bonus each woman was given a stipend of fifty to one hundred dollars for each on winning lab rat they brought back to the apartment white also promised each sex worker a get out of jail free card in case she ever found herself in trouble with the local police once they were settled into the pad the woman would either offer the man drugs or slip them unsuspectingly to the client but they're on the other side of that wall why would sit upon his small portable toilet the only piece of furniture. He had aside from his surveillance equipment. He watched on taking notes and sipping Martinis as the couple carried out. The deed just a few feet away. Godly had white instruct these sex workers to stay and talk with their clients after they were done having sex. They found that when the sex workers took an interest in the man's life it offered a boost to his confidence. He was then more willing to talk about secrets. Both personal and professional and these were exactly the results that Gottlieb and his project had been hoping for the past four years tongues. Were finally beginning to loosen. Gottlieb was thrilled with the developments at Operation Midnight Climax so he opened another safehouse only thirty six miles away in. Marin county a year later in nineteen fifty six. If the experiments weren't already getting out of control they were certainly spiraling now. Gottlieb began concocting all types of synthetic drugs for the program. Some that operatives themselves were too scared to try while it's unclear. Exactly what those substances were. We do know that. Gottlieb sent them to the safe house to be tested on unwitting victims. Soon Gottlieb wanted to know what would happen if he does an entire room full of people with LSD. He placed the drugs. In an aerosol can and shipped it off to white who had intended to distribute the drugs through a vent fortunately for the subjects and open window on a Windy Day rendered the experiment ineffective Gottlieb made frequent visits to San Francisco. That appear to be anything but business related. Operation Midnight Climax became his playground where Gottlieb took full advantage of the free drugs and rotating door of sex workers it appeared as if Sydney Godly had lost sight. Completely of his initial goal to defeat the Soviets one of white's CO workers even recalled. All Godly wants me to do is get him laid. Gottlieb's efforts to perfect his special interogations didn't end with operation midnight climax he was also running dozens of sub projects all over the country all equally corrupt. If any of them were to go public it could soil the CIA's reputation permanently in one M. K. ultra offshoot godly would send prison doctors. Lsd To test on their inmates in exchange the prisoners were promised provisions better cells in better prison jobs. For lack of a better word. It was bribery. One Doctor Carl. Pfeiffer had been in charge of administering drugs inmates at a federal prison in Atlanta he claimed the study was to show how depressant drugs might alter. Someone's psyche this of course included drugs like LSD. One of five or subjects in the study was none other than the notorious Boston gangster. Whitey Bolger once a week bolger would be locked in a secure room in the prisons basement. Bolger would be injected with an unknown substance and remainder. Watch for the next twenty four hours. All with the promise of getting out early on good behavior. Bolger claim that after the tests he felt severely depressed suicidal. Even he tried to quit the project more than once but Dr Pfeiffer pleaded with Bolger telling him he was his best patient yet. Bolger was never once told that he was given LSD nor did his participation in the steady help reduce his sentencing instead bolger went on to be transferred to Alcatraz Penitentiary in San Francisco under maximum security. Well it's never been confirmed. It's possible to CIA. Had something to do with his relocation.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seven twenty W. G. and three oh seven in the morning I can't believe back in studio is doctor Carl and Ike which thank you so much for coming back well the last time you were here at two AM I don't like this anymore and here again at night at three am you know you know what I can every okay I can do it she said phone I said now I'll be there in person would you my husband says now going person so he's my over driver again stairs going seven over drivers right now here's a man in my over drivers waiting for me what a good game listening no pressure thank you so much for being here again as it was great having you last time and I appreciate coming here here we are at the end of the year and every year I think a lot of us do this I know I do this every year where I mean it's been twenty twenty I'm going to get organized and I'm gonna do this I'm going to do that and then for about a week were all into that and then life takes back over and we can all off yeah it it seems like the school of thought in the last few years has been don't make resolutions don't set some arbitrary date where you can start being a better person or doing these different things in your life right should we not do the resolution thing man that's a tough one I would say you can choose the resolution sorry but choose a resolution that isn't trying to change a fundamental aspect of who you are so you want to get organized that's fine you're not trying to change your personality personality is consistent over the course of a lifetime so trying to change it to it's not going to be sustainable so I would say if you're going to try to change something like organization may be trying to be more fit as opposed to going to exercise seven days a week then yes you can set goals but we tend to be very rigid about that between December twenty fifth and December thirty first we become less rigid about them by January sixth but we're done with our goals so if I want to get more I would lose one trader I want to get fit in twenty twenty don't make it an all or nothing don't make or break on day one make it baby steps and work your way towards being healthier absolutely and I would tell people truly use the smart technology that's out there a Fitbit an apple watch Garmin whatever you've got because it's something different to actually see the number of steps you're telling a day verses the number of minutes you're actually physically active everyone thinks they run miles until they actually see it of staff that's true yeah we do think we're at but but you might be surprised that we're map watch I look at all the time and I will be surprised some days that I've done so little and then some days that I've done so much yeah yes and on the days that you haven't done so much a lot of people don't recognize that anything less than thirty five hundred thirty five hundred steps or less is actually a sedentary lifestyle which is very dangerous for your body your heart except dress and a lot of people aren't even getting thirty five hundred steps and it's easy to do when you sit down to work you forget to move yeah and and it's also easy to forget that it's not that difficult to get up and walk no and walking dated a walking builds up a decent amount of exercise walking back and forth your car getting ups at some point at and the apple watch is a great thing because it reminds you to get up every hour if I set for the whole hours it's time to stand up and if you actually file that get up and move around a little bit that the step set up faster than you think you know quite don't have to jump on the treadmill for an hour to cheese something every day no as a matter of fact it's better for you to move throughout the entire day verses to just block it into I'm going to be on the treadmill for one hour so that the body is intended to move so just get up and move yeah what would be other things you would tell us that we should try to do I mean in general what do we need to improve upon to make our lives better or healthier or more happy eight if I were going to be talking to a client that was asking me that question I would take a look at what is your overall demeanor because one of the things that can destroy you mentally and physically first and foremost is your mood and so I'm not talking about those with clinical depression or anxiety but are you that the nattering nay bomb of negativity as my husband says all the time or are you the person who is you know looks at the glass as being half full so choose to think about that the cognitive thoughts that you have and then how you're going to change the process so your negative right now than next time you're going to think about it before it comes out of your mouth change it to something positive is that is easy to do is you're saying because I know people have absolutely I'll we see the negative or seem to I think of myself as more of a positive presents just kind of how I've always been and I know people who just see the negative and see what's gonna happen wrong and and just seem to fester upon that sure and and I wonder if it's as simple as you just have to think more positively you have to concentrate on those things or for some people is that's not their personality and you're not gonna be able to change that sure it's well there's no question it's not easy but one of the things that you have to consider is something we call cognitive restructuring so in cognitive behavioral therapy your intention is to change the way you process something mentally and then how that impacts you on what to do whether it's the negative attitude except for us so it's almost like a triangle and we want to start at the top with your thought the thought then leads to some type of behavior which then leads to some type of feeling and so we need to break the negative feedback loop somewhere between the thought and before we get to that feeling so you recognize the point that okay I'm being negative again how can I change this and you have to teach somebody to shift that too okay I recognize that but I always encourage people to quantify it okay so you found out this whole week that every single day at least ten times your negative next week let's try to improve and only eight times to be negative so you have to first become aware of it and the problem is you see people that are that do it but you are aware of it they aren't so many times you ask people for accountability friends well that's a that's a very tough to recognize it in yourself right and say oh I am being negative because you're like well this is a negative situation I just think it for what it is it's very hard to say all you're being negative it's easy to tell people they're being negative yes but it's very hard when somebody tells you you're being this way or that way absolutely to step back and say okay am I or am or see that yes well that's because we're reflecting on our self at that point there's nothing that we want more than to protect ourself from the impression of others that we are negative there's nothing worse than finding out you are the negative Nancy walking into the room nobody wants to deal with you yes you're constantly bringing and that you we said slept rocker your or whatever in in terms of what we learned as a kid yeah it some point that's served a function and people are that way because they've been over and over and over that has been reinforced throughout the course of their life so changing it is not easy but it can be done and that would be through therapy talking to a therapist going over things like that and concentrating on it then obviously I think everyone should speak everyone needs somebody to talk to but you don't have to go to a therapist to do that we have enough tools there are plenty of apps out there these days but you also have the greatest gift on your phone the ability to just right in the notes section to set reminders for yourself throughout the day I would tell someone set five reminders throughout the day no differently than get up and walk you know have you so have you thought of anything positive today the more positive things that come out of your mouth the more you're re training your brain to think positively so we can do that we can retrain their brain to think is positively no canal some would say okay because it because I can see where it goes the other way to where you re training your brain to think positively and then I'm thinking okay we're just separating ourselves into believing the world is a good place and yes I am suddenly were and get out right well you have to understand that you can't go from one pole to the next right you've got to find that happy medium in the middle because they're still negative stuff in my life is a lot of negative stuff out there and I don't want to just go that's okay son that's okay it'll be okay and then eventually you're just you know stabbing a doll in the bedroom in the middle of the night and people take together that would be concerned yeah the case okay so first of all let let's back up you don't have to think everything is beautiful and that's a problem is a lot of people run from the negativity where you need to just recognize okay this is a crap situation what am I gonna do about it verses all my gosh this is great it's okay let's have a better attitude you just need to recognize that there are things that are not going to make you happy yeah okay how do you deal with it is what matters the most so not trying to say everything's fine everything's fine no something's really sorry yeah but how we gonna move for absolutely absolutely and this is expressly true when I deal with people who are anxious when their anxiety hits an all time high or they begin ruminating my statement to them as wow okay so you're concerned that you might have some type of health event that is going to render you dead okay wow what if it did happen and then we process that okay so there is a possibility that health events could happen to you yeah we can't stop that week I can't lie to you and say oh it's never gonna happen so let's recognize that it could and what are the.

W. G. doctor Carl Ike
"doctor carl" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of listening that StoryCorps has introduced through its boots and now the story core apps it allows one generation to listen to another and you know just as powerful as the act of expressing emotion that gift of expression was critical in April twenty fifteen that's when the city of Baltimore exploded in riots and unrest following the death of Freddie gray we've been in police custody Baltimore is burning after days of looting rioters clashing violence with police tonight a community center in flames lights up the city as police and community activists try and take back the streets most to chaos earlier today at the time doctor Carl Hayden was the head of Baltimore's Enoch Pratt free library was a crucial time in Baltimore during the unrest after the death of Freddie gray and the community really needed and we welcome the opportunity to tell the story so he reached out to story and asked them to bring their mobile recording do you know she wanted to capture the voices and the stories of the community the place is crawling with media and that moment right but there's a difference between maddening herd with media however the library was directly across from the pharmacy that was broadcast and vividly this is.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Which is in and that cannot be constructed and reconstructed by mechanical means so there are a lot of claims in this field but there's also a B. S. do let's go to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey walls go ahead hi George Walter always great to talk to George yeah with all due respect to Mr strictly we admit the eminent Dr Neil degrasse Tyson were on with us he would reflect what the enter doctor Carl Sagan used to say George I think yeah we have to be careful to differentiate science fact from science fiction I think allergy to a lot of people who have lives it has become like a religion George you're a lot of people are are substituting aliens for angels George we've talked about the pirate matching gesture in on the show before in nineteen seventy nine thousands of people and inside I'm up toward your goal she wore that the virgin Mary because of the sun to fall out of the sky in George in nineteen thirty eight one Orson wells war of the worlds on the radio why yeah because it nationwide but I like people thought but so you know we're being visited hold on Walter we're going to finish up with you when we come back right after the break I want to get you in there Walt is our resident skeptic their plans hang with us and we'll get to get to his question and will take the rest of the calls next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM log on to coast to coast AM dot com.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Disappointment of the astronauts that went to the moon is then when they found out that their own people already been there and were there and so we have had a lunar bases for quite a long time and and of course there's bases from from other server other races throughout the cosmos as well and also we're doing a lot of it we did a lot of experimentation we did lasers and particle beams and magnetic beams and even a one time we were foolish enough to contemplate exploding a nuclear device on the moon and so you know we do a lot of experimentation pointed that direction and the technology that that we see today is usually developed a good twenty twenty five years ago so it's a combination of those things and secondly yes the speed of magnetism is twice the speed of light and we have now proven that the Einstein theory is incorrect because they have measured particles around electrons that are going faster than the speed of light so there is no deviation and and dimension or or or time or any of these other things we have found over the years to science that the limitations that we thought were once insurmountable are easily passable whether the speed of sound and the speed of magnetism is twice the speed of light and that is that the speed upon which these crafts travel so if you're looking at three hundred sixty thousand miles per second think about the distance from the earth the moon of being two hundred fifty thousand miles that's about three quarters of a second with that would take them to go there and so their ability to travel as deep space is greatly enhanced one answer traveling through portals well there there's some misconceptions about this first of all black holes are the regeneration system for decaying matter so in other words when the solar system goes it will go the sun will go into a black hole and all the material goes through the black hole and becomes the magnetized and then re magnetized coming out the other end so basically reborn it would be a good term for it and so the material that comes out the other end then is used for the reconstructive a new system and so birth and life in and degeneration as as part of the same cycle as far as warm clothes are concerned that is nothing but the theory and and we have to understand that there are certain limitations to what the form can indoor and what our technology can produce and so there is an ability to teleport but that is not done mechanically and that can only do be done through individual knowledge there is no way mechanically developed to teleport human or sentient being it become it did it this integrated dies the soul is much more complex than the body we tried that with the Philadelphia experiment with the destroyer and all the even though the destroyer was teleported to a different location all the crew on board were dead in re materialized as indexing Centel Bela can his brother well it's you know yeah right yeah I think I will accept the word of Jessup much more accurately because they can say that they were teleported but you can't teleport the human body because it's it's not gonna it'll get there will be dead you are much more than just the form as a soul which is in and that cannot be constructed and reconstructed by mechanical means so there are a lot of claims in this field but there's also out of the S. too let's go to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey walls go ahead hi George yeah they're Walter always great to talk to George job with all due respect to Mr strictly up stuck the eminent Dr Neil degrasse Tyson were on with us he would reflect what the if you meant your doctor Carl Sagan used to say George I think job we have to be careful to differentiate science back from science fiction I think while I agree to a lot of people have lives eight has become like the religion George you're a lot of people are are substituting aliens for angel George we've talked about the part that suggestion on the show before in nineteen seventy nine thousands of people and inside of my porch your goal she wore that the virgin Mary because of the sun to fall out of the sky in George in nineteen thirty eight when Orson wells war of the worlds on the radio why yeah because the nationwide but I am a people thought that so you know we're being visited hold on Walter we're gonna finish up with you when we come back right after the break I want to get you in there Walters our resident skeptic there a clan zero hang with us and we'll get it gets it was question and will take the rest of the calls next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM log.

"doctor carl" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"So we have had a lunar bases for quite a long time and and of course there's bases from from other server other races throughout the cosmos as well and also we're doing a lot of it we did a lot of experimentation we did lasers and particle beams and magnetic beams and even a one time we were foolish enough to contemplate exploding a nuclear device on the moon and so you know we do a lot of experimentation pointed that direction and the technology that that we see today is usually developed a good twenty twenty five years ago so it's a combination of those things and secondly yes the speed of magnetism is twice the speed of light and we have now proven that the Einstein theory is incorrect because they have measured particles around electrons that are going faster than the speed of light so there is no deviation and and dimension or or time or any of these other things we have found over the years through science that the limitations that we thought were once insurmountable are easily passable whether the speed of sound and the speed of magnetism is twice the speed of light and that is this the speed upon which these crafts to travel so if you're looking at three hundred sixty thousand miles per second think about the distance from the earth the moon of being two hundred fifty thousand miles that's about three quarters of a second with that would take them to go there and so their ability to travel as deep space is greatly enhanced what is our traveling through portals well there's some misconceptions about this first of all black holes are the regeneration system for decaying matter so in other words when the solar system goes it will go the sun will go into a black hole and all the material goes through the black hole and becomes the magnetized and then re magnetized coming out the other end so basically reborn it would be a good term for it and so the material that comes out the other end and is used for the reconstructive a new system and so birth and life and and degeneration as as part of the same cycle as far as warm clothes are concerned that is nothing but the theory and and we have to understand that there are certain limitations to what the form can indoor and what our technology can produce and so there is an ability to teleport but that is not done mechanically that can only do be done through individual knowledge there is no way mechanically develop the teleporter human or sentient being it become it did it disintegrates it dies the soul is much more complex than the body we tried that with the Philadelphia experiment with the destroyer and all the even though the destroyer was teleported to a different location all the crew on board were dad and re materialized as index and they'll be like in his brother well with jail right yeah I think I will accept the word of just that much more accurately because the they can say that they were teleported but you can't teleport the human body because it's it's not gonna be it'll get there will be dead you are much more than just the form of soul which is in and that cannot be constructed and reconstructed by mechanical means so there are a lot of claims in this field but there's also a lot of the S. too let's go to Wall Sir in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey walls go ahead hi George we are always great to talk to George job I tried with all due respect to Mr strictly stuck only three M. the eminent Dr Neil degrasse Tyson were on with us he would require what the your doctor Carl Sagan used to say George I think they are we have to be careful to differentiate science fact from science fiction I think while I agree to a lot of people who have that jade has become like a religion George you're a lot of people are are substituting aliens for angels George we've talked about the pirate match suggestion on the show before in nineteen seventy nine thousands of people and inside I'm up toward your goal she wore that the virgin Mary because of the sun to fall out of the sky in George in nineteen thirty eight when Orson Welles port war of the worlds on the radio why yeah because the nationwide but I am a people thought that so you know we're being visited hold on Walter we're gonna finish up with you when we come back right after the break I want to get you in there Walters our resident skeptic there are plans hang with us and we'll get it get to his question and will take the rest of the calls next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM log on to coast to coast AM dot com stay informed on the markets and what affects your money what the fox business report throughout the day on talk radio six eighty WCBS the most powerful names in talk or heard right here on talk radio six eighty W. 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"doctor carl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Get the dome for her broom installed last night so yeah just take it in every every year usually to the end of November yeah she gets the don't put on the broom firm for cold weather it's aerodynamic his lips right into the dome it fits a clicks right over the broomstick like a bullet yeah it's fantastic that actually it it helps Sargodha gives a better speed you know because it's it's aerodynamic yeah to eight to thirty four is the time all right now don you tease us earlier and we don't do a lot a news you can use but sometimes yes stuff is just so darn entrusting we have to don't take away what is a soul this is an article that I found about when you get your first period and how we can determine the risk that you have for heart disease I was like well let me find this out of the doctors said of research in this university of Florida in Gainesville there's a professor of medicine their doctor Carl Pat pine and he's been researching this for a very long time not only are the women not aware of it but their physicians aren't aware of it this is not recorded in most read medical records ninety percent of them and he just doesn't think that they are informed about this so you know he talks about when people get their first period now that's the magic eight last week age to start menstruating with the lowest risk of heart disease in the future stroke heart attack heart failure age twelve that's the lowest that that is no that is the magic age if you get your period at eleven thirteen fourteen fifteen or older it has at least a two fold increased risk of such of major cardiac events all wow so it's twelve is the magic age this was a database on six hundred and forty eight adult women who had symptoms of heart disease and who reported the age when they first started menstruating what the research if you get it when you were ten of before the age of twelve days say that it's even higher risk from a lot of my friends got and I was jealous wrote about in my diary all my god I got mine at twelve yeah well that's a great age because that is what your golden wait two years after my friends you know yeah woman yeah I got my when I was thirty good okay yeah almost fourteen I got mine at twenty three how did you feel about it well I was in a Burger King and I didn't feel real good about it jeans all boy I'm gonna tweet this out so that people can read it that's interesting is really interesting yeah it's gonna be accrued links as they don't have a Twitter button but anyway yeah it doesn't matter I hope that they took into a bunch of other factors not only family history yeah I but I'm sure that they did it wasn't just the age yeah yeah all so twelve what the optimal is twelve okay thanks that's good to know again more you know people we don't often talk about the stuff but shooting star.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Mechanical plumbing heating and electrical traffic center northbound one sixty nine so let it rock bird to ninety Third Avenue south down one sixty nine backing up at four ninety four highway one a wind we've got delays on the eastbound side of the cross county Gleason eastbound four ninety four backing up at east bush like I'm Dylan on Twin Cities news talk AM eleven thirty am FM one oh three point five driving home is more relaxing without worrying about now where on your devices or identity theft LifeLock with Norton outstanding protection for your identity and devices for a limited time get thirty percent off your first year ends October sixth joining of LifeLock dot com and use promo code race from the Canadian society of Minnesota weather center clear skies across the mature this evening lows tonight will fall to the mid fifties why hasn't signed tomorrow morning with clouds for the afternoon and a high around eighty scattered storms are likely tomorrow evening if you could be strong I'm meteorologist Ashley o'connor on Twin Cities news talk a eleven thirty currently at seventy four twenty nineteen I heart radio music festival radio more than twenty superstar. all genres of music. once in a lifetime collaboration. history making more. return all on one stage in Las Vegas. I heart radio music festival brought to you by BC watch the TV special Wednesday October second Thursday the third only on the CW at the end of the year approaches remember some dental insurance benefits really are and you'll use it or lose it benefits I'm doctor Carl Anderson a station implant astri reminding you that my practice is one of the pioneering sedation dentistry practices in the Twin Cities there really is no reason to keep putting off dental work there should be done before the end of the year let's get to work call me sedation an implant dentistry six five one seven three five forty six sixty one or online at tooth biller dot com.

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"doctor carl" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"doctor carl" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"American funds are not available outside the u._s. The the following is not intended as an offer to purchase or distribute american funds outside the u._s. wrapped. I'm matt miller and mrs capital ideas your connection to the mines and insight shaping the world of investments most of us. I would probably agree that. Technology is improved our lives but what about the folks whose jobs are threatened by automation computerisation in the growing power of artificial intelligence the jets. It's a daunting question that will address head on with our guest today. Doctor carl benedict trae who has written inciteful new book called the technology track capital labor and power in the age of automation so listen and learn what history has taught us about the social implications of rapid technological change what happens to the living standards of workers who were left behind and why not everyone back in the day thought electricity was such a great idea. Now here's my conversation with professor. Frank rapid advances in artificial intelligence or a._i. Or already raising concerns about job bob loss and how societies will cope while the timing and scale of such labor force disruption is still hotly debated. It's a reminder that technological change brings both winners there's and losers and that the ultimate spread of innovation and thus its investment implications may depend on the relative power these winners and losers possess a is hardly lead the first technology to shake things up in this way indeed economic history from the luddites on down is in large part the story of how societies adjust but what is this history suggests for what the future may hold for the global economy in the age of a._i. An important.

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