17 Burst results for "Dr Anti"

"dr anti" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"dr anti" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"And dosage guide. This is jonathan with limitless mindset. And this is my next podcast video in my installment on nicotinamide mono nuclear tied which is an anti aging game changer. If you haven't tried it yet. I hope that you do. I hope that you added to your list of things to try. Because i would sure love to have you as another anecdote. I would love to hear what your experiences are with this one. And it's not cheap. So i thought i would have the series going on where explained all the aspects of it and in this podcast video. I'm going to get a bit more practical about the usage and dosage that you want to follow with it and you are going to want to go and check out the article that is linked below this. Which is where i had the links to all the resources that i mentioned verifying everything that i'm talking about here if you're going to shell out the cash for an and then it's at least worth reading at least some of the articles on limitless mindset about it in case you're not already acquainted with it and then is a game changing anti-aging nutro pick in that. It's a powerful myocardial fuel and epigenetics hack that reverses. Many markers of aging and anecdotally is described as a neutral pick by the majority of its users. But it's not cheap. So this protocol that. I'm going to describe here will maximize the longevity bang for your biohacking buck and it will outline some of the self quantification steps that you went to take along with it. So yeah this is kind of a new exciting paradigm shifting kind of supplement in the anti-ageing field. I guess i guess. That's the connection that i can draw to earlier rant so here the article which i do suggest to check out again will outlining. Some dosage and usage guidelines human clinical trials of men are not numerous so will derive our recommendations from the not insignificant body of rigorous anecdotal reports. From those who have been experimenting with an along with the recommendations that come from expert anti-aging researchers like david sinclair. He's the harvard. Dr anti-aging expert. He's appeared on joe rogan a couple of times now and he has a book called lifespan. Which is on my list of books to read. Scientists and researchers don't often don't use drugs and medicines that they are researching in developing so it speaks to the credibility and safety of an amend that some of the most knowledgeable anti-aging scientists take it daily. There's no strict usage protocol and m n. effects different.

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"dr anti" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr anti" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"It's a little unfortunate that we use those words in our language to distinguish between an emotional state an illness state. And you know sadness is when you have lost something that is meaningful to you and that it doesn't matter whether it's a person it's a job it can blend into grief and all sorts of things like that but sadnesses part of being human. It's part of the human experience of being attached to other people of caring and of loving and win those things and depression syndrome and it's a syndrome that is made up of the things that i mentioned earlier. When i mentioned those lists of things that people can have and it causes dysfunction and tremendous distress so so in a nutshell. That's really the difference between sadness and depression. Dr injured near enberg. Thank you very much for talking with us on the people's pharmacy today. Terry joe thank you so much for the opportunity to Discuss this with you and Delighted to beer. You've been listening to dr anti near enberg director of the dot and family center for bipolar treatment innovation at massachusetts general hospital. He's also professor. Psychiatry at harvard medical school where he holds the thomas p hackett. Md endowed chair. Dr nuremberg is associate director of the depression. Clinical and research program at m. g. h. research institute after the break will turn to one of dr nuremberg's colleagues dr jerry rosenbaum when people don't respond well to conventional therapies. What other alternatives do they have. Ketamine is not an antidepressant but s ketamine is. What are the differences. Does it matter if a patient gets. The drug is a nasal spray. Intravenous injection or in a pill also. Do psychedelics changed.

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"dr anti" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr anti" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

"One step further when you have a virus that's able to mutate and get a new variant measles doesn't change it all and yet you need ninety. Plus percent of the population vaccinated to get really good herd immunity. So when you have a vaccine new virus that not only has high transmissibility. You need to get the overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated if you wanna do it and that's what we're trying to do you know it's really frustrating. Do we have the solution to the problem. If everyone who's eligible to get vaccinated get vaccinated. You would not be having this conversation and the same distrust. The same disinformation that is preventing people from getting vaccinated. That's really come out you and really harsh way Somebody i listen to lecture and medical school and you've long been a household name in medical households but this pandemic obviously put you in a a spotlight in in a way that that is really sort of open up to politicization and the things that you say get parched and taken out of context on ask you just as as someone who trained to be a doctor who's fulfilled your responsibilities to the public in your public service now for much longer than i've been alive. How have you dealt with this politicization in this this attack on your name. How's it been and What would you recommend the rest of us who are not not nearly as exposed as you are. But but finding ourselves caught up in conversations where were debating something that really ought to be based in evidence and data but ultimately becomes extremely ideological and emotionally fraught. What's your what's your advice. The advice is to stick with your fundamental principles. The things you've learned medical school the importance of evidence the importance of truth. Importance of transparency. Will i have become obviously so the boogeyman for the far extreme crazy theories that people have a you know i don't like it At particularly don't like it affects my family. They didn't ask for this but they got it. Great thank goodness. I have a phenomenal. We supported family. But my job and your job you know. We went to medical school my job. Same thing you know. We're we're in our job. Is su su preserved the health and the safety of the people that we devoted our careers. So and once i keep my eye on that ball abu the other stuff is a bunch of junk nonsense. You know they throw all the swing they want you stick with the truth you stick with your integrity is sick with your honesty and all that other stuff sooner or later is going to go away. It's painful while they're painting these terrible pictures of you but at the end of the day the truth prevail though. I just focused on my job. My job is public health and science and medicine. And that's what i do. I really appreciate that. You've had now a couple of very public conversations written into the the senatorial record with somebody else went to med school and that senator rand paul and i want to ask you. What's it like debating. Someone who you know knows better but chooses to politicize to a particular base on purpose. i mean. obviously we've seen your frustration but what's that like firsthand and how does it make you feel about the future. Well i know. I worry less about myself do when i do about the country when run can at so many different levels even the level of the senate of the united states to propagate nonsense it is it is feigned for i have a phenomenal degree of respect for the united states government all the elements including the augusta body of the senate. I don't take any great pleasure. In having that kind of a conversation with senator ball but there's no way i'm gonna let him get away with that in the sense of just propagating nonsense out there you know in in you know. I don't like that. Because i don't i'm a person who's very respectful of institutions. And it hurts me more to have to do that when the fact that he's doing it you know. I wish i didn't have pushed back like that but have we appreciate you for doing it. We appreciate you for sticking with your principles and the truth and the science grateful that we have public servants. Like you out there fighting this pandemic on our behalf that dr anti-fouling man who needs no introduction but really grateful for having you on the pot thank you again thanks again. Thank you for having me take care as usual. Here's what i'm watching right now. This is a guy who ran for president saying he was going to quote. Shut down the virus. And what does he done. He's imported more virus from around the world by having a wide open southern border. His solution is he wants to have. The government forced kindergarteners to wear masks in school. That was florida governor. Run to santa's throwing red meat to is based and putting the lives of florida's children on the line at issue here is get this a ban on school mask mandates in violation of cdc guidelines. Right as millions of children go back to school. This is particularly galling. Because of this right now the us is averaging more than one hundred nine thousand new cases each day nearly one in five of those infected is a child in some places. I see us our full even pediatric covert beds children. Many of whom simply can't be vaccinated now account for nearly twenty percent of all new cases of covert nineteen as children. Go back to school. They're facing the perfect storm with delta and crowding banning from requiring masks is simply inviting serious outbreaks the other group of folks at particular risk with delta or the immuno-compromised last week the fda announced this the fda is expected to authorize a third booster shot for immuno-compromised people. It's critical that we offer more protection for people who are immuno-compromised. Those eligible for these boosters comprise only a small fraction of the population. Those who need the most for the rest those with functioning immune systems. I really don't believe there's a need for a booster that and it's still far more important to get unvaccinated people in the rest of the world vaccinated before we offer doses to people who are vaccinated here at home given new data that shows that three doses may offer protection for folks who are immuno-compromised. I think this is an important step now if the fda could get full authorization for these vaccines we'd be in really good shape. Finally in addition to passing the bipartisan infrastructure. Package the senate approved the framework for a three point. Five trillion dollar budget reconciliation package. That package could fundamentally change medicare as we know it. Including lowering the medicare age. This is a big deal like a very big deal. Most obviously it would guarantee healthcare for twenty million americans. It's also good politics. Two in three americans agree with lowering the medicare age. That said it's important to understand why the majority of democrats support lowering the medicare age. Even if they don't support medicare for all as medicare stance. Today seniors cannot for one of two medicare options standard medicare or what they call medicare quote unquote advantage. Advantage is a privately managed version of medicare that pays insurance companies to manage medicare patients usually cherry pick the healthiest patients. Whom they offer a few extra perks. But every dollar those healthier patients don't spend in healthcare. The insurance companies get to keep in profit. The health insurance lobby is extremely powerful. In fact they spent one hundred fifty million dollars lobbying last year alone in the middle of a pandemic and the realizing that including people between sixty and sixty four means more and healthier people that they can offer medicare advantage products to and more money in the bank. Look i deeply support. Lowering the medicare age. But i want us all to be clear eyed about. What's at play here. That's it for today on our way. I'll i want to hear from you. I hear a lot from the anti-science trolls who like to troll our podcast. So do me a favor and respond rate in review our show. Let us know what you think about our podcast. 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"dr anti" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"dr anti" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Ma'am when you said. I know kobe kobe. Kobe actually gotten got list. he'd be better than santa. That bitch checked it twice in night. I won't forget about you and took that personally. I took it from me. The first thing they teach you in journalism school is don't be story. Well he's the story. Now dick dick farrell. On his deathbed chain name changes tone telling his friends givebacks and anti vaccine right wing radio host in west palm beach florida which i think is different than a do. We talked about last week. Yes a bunch of them right. I guess just like things don't but he sees the five. I guess was sixty five years local. Talk radio as social media. Rail against dr anthony faculty who we call a power trip lines freak and say that no one should get the corona virus vaccine when kobe. Nineteen sent him to the hospital for three weeks though he changed his tune urging krenz vaccinated. He wrote in early july vaccine. Bogus bullshit to peeps. I know guy vacs. Now have corona hospitalized critical. Thank you madonna for nothing. He told his followers they would not need a vaccine. They had already rock over. Nineteen the is advised former corona virus patients to give accident Yeah he he wanted to smoke Do you want the smoke breath. Cove cove Kobe cam newton gift. We should get was like all right So then two days later he wrote. Why take a vacs promoted by people who lie to you all along about mask. He called dr anti-fouling footsie. Listening is a so immature. What you mean cannot even create. Insults said the infectious disease expert. Power trip live looms. Democrats will conspiring to make it. Seem like the pandemic ongoing so they could grab more power and late june. He wrote so you think it wasn't a scam. Dimming not one elected democrat ever tested positive. He called mask face diapers and face panties. Do you think maybe first of all there were democrats that deposits. That's that's not true right but do you think maybe the fact that you know none of them ended up going to the hospital or dine was specifically because they're part of a party that believes in taking the vaccines believes in taking this seriously. Many more republicans. I might be wrong with us. But i'm pretty sure lottery card it. A lot of him died two. Yeah i mean. I'm just saying in general is li- yeah i'm just saying Ardor supporter of president donald trump. He wrote often about baseless conspiracy theories of election fraud and joni panda fair margaret postal by liberals wanted to remove the american flag and writing. Civil war beckons. Amy lee hair a close friend. Farrell wrote on facebook cover. Took one of my best friends recipes. Dick farrell i'll you believe it. Now he is the reason. I took the shot. He texted me told me to get it. He told me his viruses. No joke and he said. I wish i had gotten it. Hair later tells. Wbz tv. i was wanting to people like him. Who didn't trista vaccine. I trust my immune system. I just became more free getting covert nineteen. Then i was any possible side effects of the vaccine. I'm glad i got vaccinated. The d boys house whose real name is for rail austin levy also anchored for newsmax. Jesus oh god do newsmax. Covert dot com. That's calvin at a radio station. April kobe kobe show. I'm here interviewing kobe code. How you've been doing well my numbers you know i've been i've been out there another kind of low. I see my numbers dip in me and the boys. We're going to get back out there and we going to infect some people we got up right. it's so funny because like a college product colony donald trump who's a common fox news in one. Yes it is yeah. I'm just trying to maintain get these numbers up. No as the olympics and i'm trying to set records do you know and i appreciate. You also helped me. He's to work. It's very myself to other people. Are you going for the gold issue. You know it was just both t's hard to the mass play hard vaccines by heart. But you know you gotta get out there. You gotta try gotta really got to really be motivated you know. I'm glad you guys and fox news all together so we could get this victory. Yes there was out there like look you know the vaccine been having some heart defense. You know we. We have to adjust an halftime. You know it doesn't have time right now so we have to adjust. You're gonna have to come out twice as hard. We're going to do a little bit more. Pick and roll shoot shoot all threes. You know i'm gonna have to get get hot regroup you know. We're going to have to go out there and go out and see who's out there on the board who we can get on free agency you know. I looked at lambda. You know in the see how headed was doing he was doing. You know we might have to recruit some old people you know because you know we were getting beat down at one period of time. We felt kind of bad. You know we make that back the school and we and we was getting beat real bad. It was like yeah. We got to come back. It's a quarter weekend. Those guys going into overtime and going into the playoffs. You know i got my boys lambda delta. You know like. I need some help. I can't do this by myself. you know y'all have been my number one cherished action so you know we appreciate you you know because for all the help out or support you you know you. You've been doing like you not joking. I'm gonna tell you right now. From the bottom of my heart we couldn't have done it without. You couldn't have done it without you. You know we saw on jock jams for you every day. Because i know y'all being a plan on how are we want to do is keep seeing in keep talking. We wanted to keep going to church with no mass goal. We know what we wanted to keep passing these laws that was able to do to jump on these allows you know and so we we call them now. We don't know what y'all call. We counted combat. Lives so we are here getting all into lungs and she. It's all up to nose. You know we just wanna job thank you. It's a space jam. We appreciate you coming out to aspects jam over sprays guy. Yeah he So yeah he worked with now. His partner kit farley row on facebook. He was known as the other rush. Limbaugh me. i guess down the nicest thing you can say about somebody when they dot. It's not very nice o- known as the other white meat pork with a heavy heart. I can only say this is so unexpected. He will be missed. He was one of several recent deaths of anti vaccine advocates. Come to cover nineteen just this week. We're probably getting city council man. We talked about last week He died from it And he was also a big advocate. Guess yourself good luck colorado's like y'all ready for this couple was planned out ahead now. Brown brown yes each other each other faces. Yes honey cobham. Komo's having a good time..

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"dr anti" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr anti" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"Focus was happening. And oh we want to continue here. It says on thursday biden posted a video on twitter from his official account. Where dr anti fell she. I'm sorry i cannot stand that little man once again tried to scare more americans into getting vaccinated the evidence is clear that the mainstream media our leaders cannot be trusted to tell us the truth if people knew the truth and the companies who invest in the media in our leaders would lose money instead of losing. Money is seems more acceptable to risk in lose more lives. The full report from public health england can be seen here. And i'm going to click on this and give guys Give you guys this. Um link so he can go to. Www dot script which is s. c. r. i. b. dot com. And it gives you the document number. So i you know i'll tell you. Put this link in the bottom of we can find it okay. It was the variance of concerns of technical briefing in gives you the public Public health england hand. He goes on to talk about all the good stuff and we'll come back to the main article here says hello says. My name is robert simpson. He goes thank you for taking the top. Read my article. The covina team pandemic has hit most of us in a negative way. Unfortunately i was no different in this regard at this point in time i currently am not paid By any publication. For the work in. Tom that he's putting into these articles so please go. Check out his Article go check him out at the simpson post dot wordpress dot com and go. Check it out. But i What i'm going to do is i'm gonna go ahead and copy that Here so i can put it in the bottom and you guys can check this out for yourself and the articles title is sars covy two variants of concern in various under investigation in england courses. Technical briefing number seventeen. It was posted. This article was written With the public. Health and england is june twenty fifth of twenty twenty one so i will post that link below so basically. What they're saying is of the people who haven't gotten vaccinated. It's all our fault. It's all our fault that the these cases arising and all of this stuff when actuality is the people who have been vaccinated. Use the people who are more susceptible to the delta variant. Unfortunately more than we're dying. In so i think it's terrible Neekam thank our government your government for that What i tell you there's gonna be a lot of people having to answer god to god for what they've done. Oh we need to pray. Pray for the world how how devastating and debit those doctors. Those frontline doctors warned everybody. They warned about this. What was going to happen but anyway. So there's you know there's some two opinions right. There's dr foul g Saying that the unvaccinated people are more at risk for the delta variant. And then you have all this other research look at israel a liberal the peo- the majeure almost everybody there has been vaccinated and there's like sixty three percent of them are now infected with this delta variant in zone and there are some people saying that the delta variant is not even the copay dottino..

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"dr anti" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"dr anti" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Jackson i welcome back to the program. Listen democrats are destroying everything and they're faking the funk pretending like they aren't democrats we talked about that in In the first hour we can't trust our institutions. Sadly we can't trust a lot of the people in our institutions and and fascist pouching is absolutely one of those people. I wanted to get to this story with gretchen whitmer. Just don't think time will allow us to do that. But i do want to play you some oldie but goodies from anthony fallacy. Why don't we start with audio clip. Number eight sean. There are many people who feel you know if you really want to have an extra little bit protection. Maybe i should put two masks on. There's nothing wrong with that. But there's no data that indicates that is going to make a difference. And that's the reason. Why the cdc has not changed recommended. Okay okay. that was on january. Thirty first twenty twenty one. That was dr anthony fascist faouzi on double masking says saying no data that indicates That double masking is going to make a difference. What did dr anti fascist fallacy have to say a day later. Let's hear it sean. We know that the standard surgical masks for the most part is is better than a cloth mask but it depends on the cloth mass. But that's not the question that people are asking they're asking. Should you wear to mask. That's the easiest thing to do. So with the cdc says right now as you mentioned correctly the most important thing is everybody should wear a mask. We don't have enough data yet. And the cdc will be collecting this as to whether or not to masks are going to be better than one mask but you know if you use commonsense and say until we get the data if a physical barrier with one mask works it makes common sense that two layers three layers and you should have a aa mask in one mass anyway but if you wanna put an extra mask on. There's nothing wrong with that. We can't formerly recommended because we don't have the science behind it. But i would not hesitate to tell someone if they want to wear to mass. Go ahead okay. that's dr anthony fascist fallacy seeming to change his mind within twenty four hours. But and then we're going to have to hit rewind one mauguin and on sixty minutes on march eight twenty twenty. He says something different. Let's hear audio clip number tan. Sean right now. In the united states people should not be walking around with masks. You're sure of it because people are listening really closely to this right now. People should not be. Well there's no reason to be walking around with a mask when you're in the middle of an outbreak wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better and it might even block a droplet but it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is and often there are unintended consequences people keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face and can you get some sh- much sort of staying inside their force of course but when you think may i ask. You should think of healthcare providers needing them and people were ill okay so that was in on march eighth twenty twenty. That's the wonderful. Dr anthony fascist bounty Who was then saying. There's no reason for us to where where mass now in as defense. He came out later and say well. Listen i was basically lying to people Because i wanted to make sure that healthcare workers and first responders sewn etc Get get the first dibs mask. And there wasn't a run on mask and all that kind of stuff which okay i. I'll go ahead. And and and give him some grace for that but you can see that. His wording has been inconsistent from the get go And he was finally heal. Oh okay we'll have to walk to hold some over until after the break promise. Don't go anywhere on the lines. We'll get to your calls but this is what we're dealing with. What we have is an institution that we have a president we can trust. We have a senate. We can't trust we have a house of representatives led by nancy pelosi that we can't trust but also what concerns me. What's very disconcerting is that we have and we have institutions that we can't trust we have an fbi that have colluded with men and basically created a crime if you will We created a crime as as it relates to trying to kidnap. Governor gretchen whitmer.

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"dr anti" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr anti" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"We are seeing is rising exponentially now as thursday afternoon myers said the district. Healthcare team primarily. Nurses are doing contact. Tracing for approximately three thousand students and staff district has a population of approximately twenty two thousand five hundred students and twenty seven hundred staff. This makes it one of the top. Fifteen largest districts in the state myers said approximately twenty-six hundred students. Three hundred seventy staff members were in quarantine. As of thursday afternoon. There are more than one hundred and sixty current positive cases of covid. Nineteen among students and staff myers added. That seventeen cohorts went out on quarantine. Wednesday four more schools were switched to remote learning status bringing the total to twelve schools. Closed to im- person learning or about one third of the districts buildings so aims community college and the university of northern colorado also have their approach to covid nineteen They joined a greeley evans. School districts six in announcing modifications to handling the pandemic of thursday as cases once again continued rise in weld county piece by and laney out of the greeley trip as mentioned as district. Six makes that system-wide switch to four remote learning beginning monday. November sixteenth aims and unc leaders also issued new information to members of their college communities. Also as of november sixteenth aims requests classes that can be conducted remotely shipped to that mode of learning for the rest of the semester classes. That require im- person. Learning will continue at aims to be offered in person in an email to students. Aim's chief executive officer and president that's earlier boersting. Ask them to use remote services rather than coming to campus when possible. Bornstein wrote limiting time on campus reduces the risk of exposure for those who are required to be here. Unc president dr anti feinstein just yesterday wrote a post on the university website in which he explained. The school will take quote proactive measures for the health and wellbeing of our campus community. Beginning november sixteenth. Unc will follow the orange level safer at home. High risk guidance laid out on the colorado department of public health and environments five level. Dial dashboard again weld county currently as that you're level safer at home. Hyphen concern feinstein. Roads change we'll have quote relatively little impact on the university's current instructional modalities the new guidelines cap classes at fifty people. Feinstein said students in classes with more than fifty people will be notified by their instructor on how modifications will be managed in dining halls. The number of people seated will be lifted to are limited to fifty people at a time for faculty and staff at unc find said. The orange level requires campus offices to remain open but with a reduction in density from fifty.

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"dr anti" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

14:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr anti" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Your life so instead of going into your heart instead of going deliver it. It'll hide it in tissue a lot of times. It'll hide in the fat cells. So here's my personal theory. I'm not a doctor but I have seen and I know people that have gone through You know the surgery. He's with a The and I forget the name of the surgeries were they actually go in and they messed with your stomach so that you cut your Maggot so that you lose weight there quickly. A lot of people actually get very ill right after that because they're losing a lot of way so my theory is that a lot of the taxes that were in the fat cells are now being released and the body's not ready for him because the path pathways haven't been cleared to be able to eliminate those things pathways are like your skin or in through sweat or when you breathe you breathe out toxins or you know you go through mm-hmm urine and to all of that is getting rid of waste straight so these things will come back will will hurt fix you. So if a person is under stress their immune system is lowered or the functionality of the immune system is lowered when you're really through Matthew Reducing your oxygen flow. You're stressing yourself out more. Then you bring your own air. Which has the taxes are supposed to be eliminated to you breathing. Those back in. What are the chances? You're not gonNA get yourself sick. Despite that and imagine of these viruses started coming out of that point. And you're basically inventing yourself with all the stuff so that could possibly be an answer as to why people that have been in. Isolation are now getting in the the virus that could be is a theory right so theories should then be analyzed. Scientifically is being is being looked at. I don't know but then there's other things besides Kobe. Nineteen there are other viruses. Okay so when you look at. What's happening with Dr Judy? Mikva's do you realize if this woman was conducting research and she was actually put her in jail put it put in jail. I'm GonNa read just a little bit. What paragraphs or two paragraphs from a story that was published and I do have the PDF that I can share the link Top scientists in HIV AIDS. Research Pioneer. Dr Judy megabits Blows Whistle. Dr Algae disturbing details of threats research theft tainted vaccines for cover-ups pay to play now. This is huge if you think about HIV. If you'd think about all of this this is huge absolutely huge atop use. Scientists Research Pioneer Judy megabits has broken long. Silence revealing insiders nightmare spanning three decades of conduct Under the Governor Governmental Control of Dr Anthony Foudy and the allegations are downright frightening and is true these details warrant a host of new federal investigations to get to the bottom of numerous FAO. She led schemes. More than one revealed by. Dr M- Judy megabits. And she was on the Thomas Paine podcast on Tuesday that can make this set found. She helped imprison her after stealing her proprietary research not once but twice and her allegations against the White Corona virus top medical adviser and his government cronies paint a disturbing portrait of widespread institutional corruption and greed. The alarming allegations include stiffling research covering up tainted vaccines fraud and more and factories parent agency. The National Institute of Health is not the only governmental agency involved in what amounts here to decades of corruption? Gone Awry. I encourage everybody to listen to the interview and I will. I Post that link okay. So we're driving back contaminated vaccines we're talking about when HIV AIDS was going strong was first being found out about it in the eighties. How many people? How many people died as a result of the actions of people like Dr Anti Fauci? Last this is I read some reports. The he was self quarantining due to corona virus exposure. Yeah I read that. Also I don't know but I can tell you that the president has been made aware of what Dr Nicholas. His story is well. That woman has suffered so much. I mean to to dedicate your work and life of service to in so many years to something and try to do it carefully to be undermined to be to go to jail and to be put under a gag order for five years where she was not allowed to even discuss it. Imagine what else you get a scarlet letter right away and all of a sudden people start looking you and responding to you at very differently. Never had her constitutional rights. Okay she was imprisoned without hearing she didn't have a trial so let's go back to the constitution. What happened to our Constitution? Okay so I do believe that all of this all of this the force vaccine her on going and they are ongoing okay. I saw that video of the park on hospital. He was Ford to have a vaccine against his widow interesting. How did forward that video to my senators and I asked for a response. I'm never gotten one. I would like to switch the subject a little bit if we can go for this. A lot of things that a lot of people are not receiving selena receiving denardo but other people tend to receive nettle. It's just so strange But it's still the same kind of vein like talking about We weren't able to cover this story because it happened on me. Seven I believe but shelly luther the yes. Yeah so The okay so let me acquaint The humans shelly. Luther I mean just I got two things to go to. Oh my heavens. She is the woman who is the owner of a salon and Yup in Dallas. The Texas Supreme Court ordered the release so she was sent to jail because she stood up in she opened a business and she's not considered an essential business right because she has a hair cutting salon so when she was at the court one of the things that they were trying to get her to do which I found. Freaky ridiculous is they. Want her to apologize for opening for having the audacity to open up her shop. That is not an essential business. Ruthie few fuel you WANNA say something. You've just opened up hopefully cans of worms. I'll tell you why tell you why because I you know I myself into these things right. I start researching. A researcher researching started going into the history of this Judge Moore Gay okay. And what's absolutely incredible is his ties to Obama. Tell the story I okay. So this woman was jailed and he was bullying her to apologize. He was led her go if she would just apologized. And do you know that under The I had debates on twitter with people who are arguing with me saying she was dangerous. People does not whatever and the knows. She broke the law. I wasn't a law. It was addictive by a judge. Those are not lost. Those dictates by judges first of all second of all she. Yes Okay Fine. Give them a fine. You're fine you're fine. The punishment did not meet the violation. Whatever that violation was right just it. Okay well beal's okay. This is bud. Buzzfeed News Shelly. Luther who was jailed after reopening her Dallas Salon during quarantine has been ordered released which is great And I just WanNa like so. She was so we could give give get people with the story She was her salon was initially force. Closed in March after Dallas County issued. A stay at home order despite that order a subsequent statewide band. She reopened her. Salona four on Tuesday. Dallas Civil Court Judge Eric Author. -ther I'm ordered Luther to be jailed for seven days and forced to be paid a three thousand five hundred dollar fine and What's great is that she is now released from jail. And one of the headlines that I saw is Ted Cruz gets a haircut at Shelly. Luther Dallas Salon after her jail. Release now something that I found really fascinating about the story and this is why even brought it up in the first place because it's tied up to connected to having constitutional rights or when. She was defending herself that she says she goes. You know like questioning link the what. The fines are the essential business. It is essential as her being a mother of being an employer of other people who need to work to feed their families. That's essential so I'm just. I think she is a hero. She has it here absolutely cheesy hero but there is also a Harvard connection between the judge and Obama. Okay he definitely was involved in In he was involved in in meetings and in campaigning for Obama. And it's just an interesting. The doll ties back. It all ties back a hundred percent tides back but routine I have. How did he say in court have yes? This is why I even brought up the conversation. I have to say like part of me doesn't even care what who's connected to what. I'm curious what's happening right now. Like we're living in a and what world is the demand? Are we demanding someone to apologize? This is such a is bullying. It's naming volleying. Yes garlic letter. Yep and so many people get so angry. Like how dare you like? The reason I brought up the conversation earlier about the mask is because I'm working without a mask in the streets unless I see or less I'm going into a place of business right because I'm respecting this place a business. I'm going to respect if I need to. Patronize know. These other rules but when I'm outside on nature and I'm a natural woman I am not going to wear freaking mask. I'm not going to do it. I'm not GonNa do it now. I know that because I'm New York City that that exposes me to potentially get find. Which is I think utterly ridiculous but you know what? I'm witnessing The other day I'm walking down the street and this man. There's plenty of room for two people to walk. You know in the walk if the passing each other. He crossed the street and made the crazy like thirteen. Twenty six feet social distance. Loop around me to avoid me. I had the plague people were seeing people shouting at other people for not wearing masks and my my thing is you wanna wear mask wear a mask. I could be shouting at you of all the things that I think about that but is not my business. I'm not in your body. If you feel more safe wearing a mask than good figure but I do not so. I should be entitled not to wear it now if I want. Engage in your place of business. And you're saying to me you can't come in unless you have a mask and I want to buy something there. I then have to make a decision. Donut but what about freedom.

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"dr anti" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr anti" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The corona virus on doctors and nurses and medical professionals with the staff that go twenty four seven to manage all this all the folks who just don't quit truckers truckers division no supplies we don't truckers they've been on the road you don't get a break so many about they're pretty amazing Dr Paul Carson as well as we continue our conversation on where we find ourselves out of this the very moment on the you know a science behind the decision of where you re open high you re open and and all of that so herd immunity is something that you know I've I've heard a lot about lately mostly because people say you know if we just use this we just save all this damage to the economy is that reasonable owe it all to think that if the you know sort of unity like another approach to social distance thing like this you know everybody get it does that have any wall in the corona virus battle what your thoughts on herd immunity what are the first of all explain yeah yeah I mean it really important concept in this discussion so her immunity is the level of the population that becomes immune to a pathogen debt that is needed to actually stop spread so when you get to this level which what we call the herd immunity threshold the virus really just doesn't have enough traction to to go from one person to another and that level varies depending on how contagious the pathogen is so in you can use a very simple mathematical formula to calculate that once you know how contagious it is and we have a decent estimate that how contagious crime irises not perfect yet but we have a decent idea and we can make a pretty decent prediction that Hermes threshold for cove it is somewhere between fifty to seventy percent of the population needs to be immune to stop spread and you only get there wanted to waste you get there either through vaccination are you get there to natural infection so it's one thing to say go ahead let everybody get infected that will come within a tremendous toll because we know that somewhere between the old point five even as high as maybe two percent of the population that gets infected may die of it that's a lot that's ten to twenty times more than the people that die from influenza each year but but the truth of the matter is that the only way to get out of this is through her immunity or a blockbuster drug that comes along and those are pretty rare with viruses speaking of blockbuster drugs is no longer a blockbuster but it was for people in Vietnam the contracted malaria and came back and were ultimately I cured of that because of the this drug in combination with some other things like I guess thank and a few other things I've heard have had some success in patients that were in top shape from corona virus and there's a whole battle over a you know that as well because the president trump is used you know friends and anecdotal examples to say Hey it works what they give you got to lose if you're in a tough spot others is that it needs more testing I what's your thoughts on on you know the therapies that already exist for other things being here well they're they're interesting but they for sure need more testing I mean I would listen to Dr anti poaching on this he says we don't really know yet and here's the thing that there's yet what in the test tube kind of evidence and some very preliminary evidence that hydroxy Corrigan and core Quinn decreases the ability the virus to infect cells one very small study that was just published in the New England journal suggested it did not help another very small study right before that in China said it did help what we need are the right kind of studies which are what we call larger randomized placebo controlled trials in there under way there's lots and lots of places doing those university Minnesota's doing a fairly big study with this will have answers that really truly answer this question the near future but we we have to be honest and say we don't know for sure yet whether it's going to bear out that to be clinically helpful but the people that helped it helped right I mean it did help them so in other words the some of this has like a trek I could take it and it might not help but you know I I don't have lupus I don't have I don't have malaria and I know the same side effects come from that but it's not it's not going to harm them with that they make you cannot say that somehow that wish we could the only way you know that is if you have a control group so when if for example fifty percent of the people that enter the I see you with this will come out okay and other fifty percent won't if you'd say you gave the drug to somebody and you didn't have a control group and they got better well were they it's a coin toss for the gonna get better anyway or one day the only way you know is if you compared to a control group and that just hasn't been done very well yet in the one small study published in the New England journal where they did have a control group it did not seem to help so we we just need to wait a little bit longer and not call this a miracle drug not call it you know the dead in the water ice I think there's still some promise with this but we need we need a lot better data Kristin Dickinson for Dr Paul Carson go ahead Chris good morning my call of for Vietnam veterans that were given such high doses of hydroxyzine or queens to fight off malaria is there any chance they would have immunity based on those also they were given back then orders had already left the body now that's that's left behind in the fortunately the the drug is only going to really work if if it's going to work it's only going to work because it actively in your body body in your system it while you're fighting the virus so what you had before you know won't have any residual affect or benefit unfortunately talk about antibodies we we we hear a lot about you know by mail and others pushing those out really soon now and I know that if you give blood sometimes they can find out if you have them how important is the antibody test alternately getting us back to normal hugely important so when we went as we just talked about with this herd immunity that the way we do the way that happens is because you're making antibodies and those antibodies protect you from future infection and so we make those antibodies either by surviving the infection or getting a vaccine that induces the antibody sort of artificially if you will and getting a test that can tell us if you already are immune that you already may have had it is is really going to be important to help us getting back to normal because you can imagine if we've got that kind of a test I can tell you I have to gather the family members and friends is that you know I was sick you know back in March here and I think I might have had it well you know what we don't know they may have but now with an antibody test we can find that out in the more people we can find out that we're immune we can say you're good to get back to work you're going to get back it you know in the healthcare system if you're a nurse or a doctor taking care of patients you're going to be presumably safe to do that essential workers at Centro we we want to be able to learn much more about what percent of population already had this in his immune or people who are exposed to may have developed immunity that's going to be very key to getting us back to some semblance of normal credit more and real quick question only to real quick answer the person is going all up in our house for fourteen days no where's near anybody a hundred feet from anybody doing stuff for sure hands eighteen to thirty guys day I've been so.

"dr anti" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr anti" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast were back with Jim al Khalili his latest book is the world according to phys Jim it seems that physicists seem really obsessed with trying to find a unified theory of everything what is that by the way well it's it's the idea that there was one overarching Lole we've all mathematical equation that explains all phenomena in the physical universe all the forces of nature the reason we we we think we did there should be one of the two reasons one is that over the last few centuries we've had tremendous success in unifying ideas together Newton stop the I guess in a way because he realized that that invisible force pulling the apple down to the ground sitting under the apple tree in his mother's farm with the same force that keeps the heavenly bodies that orbit around the earth the moon around the S. India around the sun and and that was news you know people for their with complete different phenomena he said no it's one fourth is called gravity and and and it unifies these ideas and then Maxwell in the nineteenth century unified electricity magnetism Einstein unify it space and time in the early twentieth century so we we've always found a coming together of different point totals separates them and forces and phenomena into one all encompassing theory and with almost at the stage where we've got one more step to go what we think we think we do now which is to unify the two biggest audience and critics quantum mechanics the field with the very small and I started to see the theory of the very logic to the cosmos we don't know how to do it we failed so far there with candidates Hillary superstring theory is that is a good example so a lot of people say well look how do you know there was a feeling that maybe just into the world of Assam's runs according to the rules of consent Canada on selling space and time and cosmology according to relativity and just you know get on with life leave it at that but there will be occasions they will be phenomena which require both quantum mechanics and relativity you work at the same time and we don't know how to get them to work at the same time they seem to be such different theories such different pictures of reality is it with sort of stopped and we think they must maybe we need to go back to the drawing board but a feeling of everything a a theory of quantum gravity is what it's called he still left happy grail that with we looking for but we don't know how far away we are from it maybe it's so hard we wouldn't be able to find it maybe we need artificial intelligence to give a helping hand who knows Jim if you could get an answer to one thing in physics what with that question be I have a favorite here and it's what is the correct interpretation of quantum mechanics we have quantum mechanics and the theory of the supplement will open its entry now and and it's been tremendously successful powerful you know we without closing the count you wouldn't have any mobile electronics who wouldn't have smartphones or computers or anything like that because they will rely on its understandable for the constant world but active call how can an SMB into places at once how can political because of an ankle how can something called some helpful force field it happens we know we can we see the evidence of this stuff happens but we have half a dozen or more different ways of explaining it and we don't know which one is the correct one so I'd love finally to be able to know what will be different ways we have of explaining the mysteries of the quantum world what is that the actual truth trick that make to use it what do you think of time travel possible well it depends really comfortable to possible future time travel into the future is possible because we came in feeling any way we can slow down time it bites by coming close to the speed of light or by E. M. finding a strong gravitational field you can close times run more slowly and so it's not like the future is out there waiting for you in this scenario is just that you know you do you do you travel around the rock at nineteen months and the speed of light for a year that because your time has been running slow by the time you get back to work maybe a hundred years have gone by so in my book you've gone ninety nine years into the future so that sort of understood and and in fact we know that happened because we can test the old public comic popsicles we haven't done it on humans because we just don't have anything in Iraq if they can get you into the speed of light for it to be appreciable but positively to the polls is it true kia now I'll come back here we have a tough time is I. signs general theory of relativity and that hasn't ruled out that what we stuck with the all these paradoxes if you go back in time because you'll be you'll be able to physically interact with the universe back then had how could you not change a thing called it to turn out differently from the way it you know it had been happy to go back and kill your younger self in which case has grew up to become a contracting murder and so and so is the paradoxes of logic that putting the foot of the the brakes on this that this according to our understanding of physics it hasn't been ruled out entirely what about the speed of light will we ever get to that point where we can do it well we can get closer and closer to it that there are I I I teach a course freshman courses at the university where I work on relativity theory and I I build up to the slowly according to understanding of Einstein's special theory of relativity nothing can go faster than light it's not it's not but you know there's something special about life is just that that speed is woven into our universe is fabric types and that it makes no sense some stuff off and like to go at the speed of light would require infinite energy so how that much technologies developed and we develop new at the space cough Dr anti matter whatever we can there's no physical reason why we couldn't approach the speed of light we just need the technology's pretty fast isn't that that's what a hundred and eighty seven thousand miles per second you know it's the it's the fastest thing in the universe nothing can exceed it but we would need to go as fast as the speed of light for interesting things to happen you can get the nineteen nineties and the speed of light and so that the entire universe in a lifetime because you're kind of going so slowly you wouldn't realize that the outside everything's going by many billions of years ago bye says interesting stuff you don't actually have the speed to see some some some fascinating physics Jim what do you think a warm hole is and what's on the other side of it what would be ideal to worm hole actually goes back to the mid nineteen fifties in fact I'm stunned himself was unsettled by his own predictions of his own theory general relativity in particular he predicted the B. B. questions the mathematics of generative predicted the existence of black holes the collapse thoughts which collapse under their own gravity so much so intensely that they punch a hole in in in the universe and Feinstein that holding the universal something that bugged him you know how can something be squeezed down to zero so it's for example so he proposed in a in a paper with another physicist Nathan Rosen in nineteen thirty five the idea that you find a black hole isn't the singularity the point it's a penalty for breach that could lead to somewhere else and that became known as the Einstein Rosen bridge and it was a purely mathematical idea just because I think it is like I said I didn't like dividing by zero that was that the mathematical equipment his his discomfort but by the nineteen eighties in fact the ideal to Wimpole really only came up in the nineteen eighties when the great Carl Sagan was writing his book contact and he won't sit in them noble to find a way of getting from a to B. across the universe as a short cut through space and he gave his manuscript to to keep the phone that the the Nobel Prize winning physicist based in in California get for the public to be the world's leading fifty one of the world's leading expert advice on relativity and could form suggested the idea of the worm hole if if the modification of the Einstein Rosen bridge but it but definitely the bridge of course if it if it's it connecting to black holes then you can't use it to travel freely because each black hole has an event horizon and event horizon is the they shall be visible show of no return you for within the event horizon you know coming back out again there's no point jump into a black hole going through an Einstein Rosen bridge and expect to come out the other side is another event horizon blocking you get fooled suggested that you could at least mathematically theoretically create local traversable wormholes we've noted that horizons in which you can go back with important because that helps L. Fagan in his book novel because they made him a bit into the movie with Jodie foster and Matthew McConaughey and and and the the firefight movies and TV documents had stopped at deep space nine Stargate all these ideas when on a whim fight fight fight had a great time but in terms of real physics to withhold really exists we don't know we we no one beat into it close enough to a black hole to explore it in detail black holes we know do exist but whether they're a worm hole in space time that yet to be decided now that Stephen Hawking is gone who is the physicist out there with the notoriety is that Kip Thorne mmhm there are quite a few I would say there's a there's a discipline implemented the same yeah who holds now the the owner of of having published a paper that has been cited more than any other physics paper and I cited I mean reference in other peer reviewed articles it's a highly theoretical paper and it is possible this search for for if you re of everything unifying ideas of space and time with ideas of quantum theory some of the Sena is certainly up there with him who is this is this is he works at the at the stupid tough study in Princeton New Jersey which is that the institute that started with OnStar and came over to the states in nineteen thirty eight weeks and is the father was superstring theory M. theory and he is very often you know he's been regards I think even calling magazine had like voted him the smartest human on the planet I'll be more than once hello we don't have so much from it within like that as we did maybe ten twenty years ago but there are a number of these sort of shining light who coming up with these great ideas but I think now we've reached the point in intimate school physics now where it's becoming so complicated that so difficult that went with that of making these incremental changes we still waiting for the the other that the next true Weinstein to come along and we'll fly had the salience of course that that's not the way things are we talked a couple years ago about your book aliens the world's leading scientists on the search for extraterrestrial life have your views about that changed at all I'm I think I'm more optimistic now than ever before that we will find signs of life elsewhere but I'm still not all the views that the the alien life will go fine will be particularly interesting he will be intelligent multi cellular life I think it's far far more likely that the universe is full of life that actor microbial level I think it was something that I talked about you know when I was last on the show that it seems the hugely improbable that is the only place where life ever involved the universe is so vast that so many other opportunities in other places which could involve I'm I'm I'm more optimistic now that we may even find signs of of of them alien life within the house so the system is just that it will be the green man flying sources is more likely to be you know some of the single cell organisms like bacteria swimming under the ice of the moons of Saturn and Jupiter the.

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"dr anti" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"dr anti" Discussed on WTVN

"The podcast page, and click on the Joel Riley dropped down. And you should be good to go. Special guest right now. Dr anti Gironde be from Lakeview health. You're the chief medical officer. Is that right? Dr. So we have all kinds of information about drinking and driving. We know the health impacts of drinking, but we wanted to spend a little time and this is a phenomenon with which I'm not supremely familiar, so you're going to have to walk me through it drunk shopping. This is a thing. It apparently it is. I didn't even really be a resin even really aware of it until I saw this study which just came out and it looks like they're around the country, people end up drinking, maybe up to three drinks or more and then jump on Amazon, or EBay, or at sea and end up buying a lot more, you may intended. And then they feel bad. They have that shoppers or buyer's remorse and returning a lot. But it seems that alcohol really fuel that so what is it? What is it about alcohol that causes people to drunk shop? What do you think about it? If someone drinks and gets in. The an ethical, clearly their ability to respond quickly while driving, or their motor responses are impaired. But what we also know is that alcohol, and here's our ability to control impulses it affects a certain part of the brain a pre frontal cortex at the area of the brain acts, she control, our impulses to help us make a decision so gets involved. It turns that part of the brain off. So it's a lot easier to have three or four beers, and then jump on Amazon in by, like fifteen pairs of shoes and I think that's what's really happening here. Also, feel like it highlights the fact that outmost still a really significant problem in the US where I work at lake you help, we still see a lot of people struggling with alcohol, even though, opiates get a lot of press a lot about the opiate quite honestly, a significant portion of who people that we treat are still dealing a lot about. Alcohol problem. Dr lunch Gironde, be from Lakeview health, our guest, talking drunk shopping, is it is it, the kind of thing that drunk shoppers tend to be more female, or more male, or is it affected both sexes about the same great question. Actually, looks like it's pretty even so you have both men and women doing, you know, kind of an equal number of shopping. It's interesting how the state breakdown now that showed that study showed that Connecticut Connecticut in Kentucky actually send the most amount around the country. I'm not certain why I think maybe Kentucky they have more access alcohol, perhaps and then state way out in the mid west or west Montana and the lease, so it's, so it's a little odd, and I'm sure there's probably more to dig into that. But it seems that just overall it definitely is equal men and women. So you think maybe the moonshine causes the shopping, more than regular alcohols know? Good point because he certainly has a much higher level of percentage of alcohol. So that might be it. That is crazy stuff. Dr appreciate the time, very much in the perspective as well. Dr Lante Gironde, be Lakeview health's chief medical officer drunk shopping had no idea. This was a thing, but the five most popular categories of things that people buy while drunk, clothing, and shoes, number one movies games, technology, and then food. So I guess that and you think, well, how big of a deal is this really a according to the hustle, which is a techie letter that conducted, the survey forty five billion dollars? That's how much drunk people are spending shopping here in the United States. Unbelievable numbers. No doubt about it. But there is your update on NewsRadio six ten WTVN where it's seventy teen two minutes away. We're going to update traffic and weather. Seventy one south of the city still shut down in both directions. We have a vehicle. That is leaking fuel for a time was on fire earlier this morning. Johnny hill with the latest again coming up here in just about two quick minutes a couple of the food notes this morning. Don't know if you're a subway person, but if you are beginning and the latter part of the month, June twenty seven subway shops about three hundred of them across the country are going to be serving sandwiches made with eight inch king's Hawaiian rolls that sounds pretty good. They're going to call it a low house style. So instead of the classic six inch or twelve inch it'll be an aid incher, but you'll be able to deluxe, it up with double meat double cheese, and who doesn't love double, meat double cheese, even Morgan's give me the thumbs up on that. So keep an eye out for that at a subway near you to celebrate the launch of its new worldwide favorites menu. A we talked about this in the past McDonalds doing things like there's troop waffle mcflurry from the Netherlands, or the Australian bacon, cheesy fries. Well coming up tomorrow between. Two and five. Mcdonald's will allow you to order that stuff and pay with foreign currency. Now, I I'm a coin guy. I, I think I got a couple of Tunisian loonies from Canada and home. But I don't know if I've got other currencies I wanna dump, but apparently, they're gonna let you walk in. Hit the worldwide favorites menu and pay with foreign money. So if you, you know, you've got some chains leftover from trips gone by and you're like, what am I ever going to do with that? Maybe you can dump it on McDonald's and go, and I don't know if you're a red bull person, but they have a new line of sodas, they call organics they come in four flavors, simply cola, bitter lemon ginger ale and tonic water all lightly carbonated and all organic, they say, you'll be able to buy them at Amazon, or at WalMart's website. So red bull going Ganic, who would have thought seven twenty. Here's traffic and weather. We.

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"dr anti" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

14:12 min | 3 years ago

"dr anti" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Not much around downtown Cleveland. So we have pretty much freedom anywhere. Well, that, that freedom is attempted to be taken away during the pride free. So that's police officers. You can't do this be this. We do this all the time. We're somebody is down here, literally every week, the black humor Israelites are here. Every week two different factions of them. You don't say a word and their vile. They're not like us. So we have to we have to remind the police officers that we have a right to be here. They never have a problem with it. And, and of course, they admit to us, it's because they're receiving complaints from the gay pride people. So in just one of those challenges that you deal. But, but it is also it's wonderful to be at those parades because you still see the power of the gospel work, you seal, still see God's word work. You see people who, who, who get convicted by the San and the reality is, is that everybody knows it. We see Romans one manifest itself, right? They, they suppress the truth about God near San and they they either going to, to dig in their heels and Anger's going to flow or they're going to they're going to back off in quiet down and recognize where they're at. So you, you see both as you don't see, but forgave pride. You don't see much in the middle of that know you get one or the other. Ever felt your life being in danger. You know, I think I think the worst ever seen was black yars Israelites last year around midnight. So the same the same night that you saw some, the vile videos that Andrew posted from Europe city last August. Right. That's same night. Several of us were were threatened to be killed while. Oh, yeah. It was it was not one of them was like directly Abbes. He was probably foot taller me, too. But he's that compass it right there, you'd be dead. He'd be dead band right now. And, and actually think you meant it. But a Siamese. Yeah. Site from him gay pride, they I never scared for my life, but I do believe that they have no problems doing whatever they can't stop us. You know, and they have they have no problems gang up on a very similar black Rizza. It's actually one of my favorite stories to share actually maybe in all share it here for few minutes for those that are, that are listening is this was actually really interesting. So my first time to pry parade was four or five years ago down Cincinnati Ohio as down there for conference. And we went out to the gay pride parade afterwards and festival to due to witnessing. So I was handing out these tracks from from gospel track planet. Hey, yo tickets heaven on one side, tickets L on the other. And of course, I was handing the tickets heaven side up to every single person walking in and obviously a number of comeback out start yelling at you because they're seeing the same Whitehall's. I'm gonna I'm gonna help like I didn't say that. I gave you the other side. Right. It's conviction coming out away from kids, so. We were about forty five minutes from our into headed out tracks, and there is a group of six girls that came out and st- all were screaming. But there was one that was kind of the ringleader of mall, screaming allot at me, and they literally encircled me with the one girl who was the ringleader in the circle with me, and the others kind of around us as she was yelling shoes, asking questions and yelling asking questions and yelling in. I stayed very college. Hey, look, I happen to answer questions, but you have to slow down and side start to answer she'd yell. Some more end sufficently, one of her friends said, hey, you want your asking him questions. Let him answer. So she got so mad at her friends for saying that tour that she, she tried to rip all the tracks out of my hands. She got a couple of them. She took one. And there's actually picture this on Facebook from several years ago. She's lights, it on fire and throws on the ground. Wow. She takes a second one. She goes, this is what I think of you, he rolls it up lights it and smokes a cigarette blowing the smoke abbey, you know, and I let her kinda run her course, and she ended up just leaving the circle. She was so mad at her friends, she left. So I actually had an opportunity to, to talk nonstop answer. All the questions, I remember one after another, and, and the girls really calm down over time. They saw. That's a I didn't I wasn't mean I was in anything but as time went on one after another kind of went away to one girls left. And she says, you know, I really respect to. But I gotta ask you, one other question. Why didn't you bring up whole six? I know she didn't say one time. And I looked at her scoring is this. Look, I didn't need to because I talking about lying stealing and lost in in. So it was we had a great heart to heart talk. She started tearing. Ng said that she's trapped in lifestyle. She doesn't know how to get out of, and thanks for talking to her. And then she walked back in. Well, but very, very interesting seeing that. It's amazing how they. Act all tough, you know, or or, or obstinate, when they got all the friends around, but when when you get him usually, you know, one on one. That's when you can. Dressed or heart, you know, and just kind of really show them the truth. And it's, it's, it's funny how the gospel. Were, you know, stick with Adnan, and you'll hopefully be able to break that hardest own. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. So you know we, we very prayerful about this coming couple weeks for now gay pride parade in Cleveland hope you guys keep us in prayers while for it in the, you know, hopefully, we'll see the gospel penetrate, some people. Now, we will will definitely keep that in for. I really hope the ad things really a-. Make an impact there, especially during that time. Yeah. I you know what's, what's so sad. Obviously, we know that most churches and denominations are. Are completely apostate now. But what disheartens me so much is, when you see a number of, of quote, unquote, Christian churches that are out there, and, and supporting gay pride parade the United in Christ. Their world headquarters action clean Ohio right around the block from where the festival where the parade ends into the festival were at sits there, one of the patrons sponsors, so not the Thais level, but the second highest level sponsors. So they've gotta be donating ton of money to spray. We'll see several churches again marching in the parade, and in supporting everything going on. There is just sad. Like we have some other people in here now. Yeah, yeah. We got a couple more people coming in Andrew from Australia, just showed up. We got our regular Catholic. Traditionalist. He usually comes in, and then we have a another guy hear his voice, I don't recognize him. But. Yeah. Anyways, guys, let you know we have. Was again, just left. We have. Anthony semestral Dr anti restaurant. He's the author of, of me. I was keep forgetting this stupid name. The origins of kind of the origin of kinds. Yes, the ordinance of guns. And so anyways, it's his anti book written with John echo, and he is a younger gracious. And if you have any questions for him about that about evolution in general. Go ahead. Shoe had talked about it. Yeah, I do have a question, are you able to hear me loud and clear how you come in? Great. Okay. Dr silvester. I just wanted to know if you were able to getting contact with the brothers of the most Holy Family monastery. And if you've seen any of their material that proves that the earth is young earth. It's not an old earth. It's not millions and millions of years. Oh, well, so, you know, you're talking to fascinated me a couple of weeks ago because I had never heard of I was just I was talking about this on a show before you hit joins, and by my phone dies. It'll be a few minutes before I get back now and get on Peter. So sorry I've got like five percent left in get my son home now. So I was fascinated hearing this distinction between the post Vatican two church versus the provocateurs. I'd never heard this stinks before. And so, so I actually prove that website a little bit that you that you put into comments section last time now having settled that I've not reached out and contacted church. I obviously, I'm happy that your that your church is a. A biblical creation church. I wouldn't even call it younger cassette assumes that I think we give too much credence to the older than by by clawing younger. Having said that, though, if I ever came to a Catholic church to teach I will be teaching the gospel, because, as you know, I don't believe that you guys have gospel. I would call you guys, do you believe in the noise increase, Dr semestral the nice increase in the apostles, creed. I believe in scripture, so, so everything has to be looked at through the lens of scripture, and that would be that the knife creed in. Do you believe that the nineteen creed in the apostles, creed or in accord with scripture, not the interpretation? You guys take. What, what interpretation do you believe that we take of it that disagrees with scripture? Well. When we would use the term whole one holy Catholic apostolic church. We would not say that is Roman Catholicism, who would say that, that is the, the universal church body of which is defined scripture as people who are believers by grace through faith in Christ alone. Not by worse, as you shoot lest you should boast. So that's that's stance. I would have on that, and, and we Catholic swould agree with you, that it's not by our works. We don't boast of our works in, I had explained that to several Protestants before on, on the politics, live broadcast, whereby, if you continue with a Fijian's you would see that in efficiency ten where obligated to do the works that God has laid out for us. So we can't stop at verse nine we have to go onto bursts ten. And if we failed to do those works that God has laid out for us than we are not living the true faith that James. The apostle says we. Must live to be saved. There's a false faith in the true faith, so we have to do the work that God has laid out. We have to be obedient to him, not our works. But the gods the works that God has laid up and that's what we Catholics believe we have to say, yes. To his works. We cannot reject his works. We cannot say no to his works, because if we do so were refusing his grace, where rejecting God's grace by doing so and I give you the Bible's that backs up what I'm saying like. Came service dropped off his bike. I look, I think this would be a very fun discussion for us to have at some points. I've sat down held hours of conversation with our conversations with priests. I've heard the same stuff the bottom line is what it comes down to is you. Oh. Oh, I think he left Tiki dropped. That's, that's the thing you know, a lot of Protestants believe that Catholics believe we have this works based salvation, but we're not Jehovah witnesses. We don't believe that our works. It were not Jews. We don't believe that our works gets us to have the council of Trent nearly says that it's not by our works that we merit anything. The council Trent actually says that it says our works. We do not merit anything toward salvation, it's only through doing the things that God has laid out.

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03:21 min | 3 years ago

"dr anti" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

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"dr anti" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"dr anti" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Genera who annually for the last many years has come on on groundhog's day. We're switch it up this year to go with New Year's day to try and get some of you slug owes to finally make a resolution to go beyond thinking about going on the wild adventure to actually going on the lava adventure and Jan generic give the quick summary for the people who slept in an hour and have a bad bad over what the wild adventure as well. First of all, you know, another reason we move this New Year's day is because this thing gets filled up so quick guys are on waiting lists. And by March, it's all done. So if we can get them to move earlier on it nap time out we can get him into the calendar because the first one starts on June eighteenth the last one is on September seventeenth. It's five days in the most beautiful. What you put on every piece of? Your literature. God's greatest place. What are you put? Who knows? The greatest. Well, it's truly is. I've been I've had the fortune to be all over the world. The Madison valley is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and it is still wild. And like, you know, we have bears up there, and we have mountain lions, and we have Louis, and you have we have a fantastic view the Madison range right across from us. And you really get a sense of perspective there because I know so well the last time I went he actually gave me a free path that I didn't have to go fishing, and I had the most fun in the afternoon sitting on the porch smoking a cigar. Would you didn't go fishing either? And all we did was just look at that is the most gorgeous view, I have ever seen. There weren't any bears that we're now joined by Dr anti-castro who has been on this trip. Andy how are ya? Great. How are you going to say it's good to talk to give four one one on yourself? Tell people about yourself. Well, I've I am. I am an orthopedic surgeon, Denver, Colorado. So you're an orthopedic surgeon put things back together. Again, what did you expect and put back together? Again, when you went up to the wild adventure for the first time. Well, you I I gotta training. I had a little bit lost. I kinda really successful of arthritis. But I just thought it was more out there and just randomly. I call it off. Groundhog day show. Thank you. So you heard about it on the radio. I did the first time. The remarkable. I'm hoping someone is listening right now. And that you just heard handy say, okay based on a radio, it's a real authentic thing. Yeah. But but imagine at orthopedic surgeon does listening not this is not the meaning to you listening to you talk about me about the still says I want to go in that what resonated with you that made you wanna go. Well, I heard testimony that. What if they had personally, and it wasn't just like, oh, yes. Pretty fun trip before this is really like Haiti and a wonderful wonderful. These guys are probably be part of that. Life changing is a scary concept. Dr Andy Castro, what do you mean by that? The outlook on things you of stuff in life and life happens. Always able to. Just talk about stuff with random people. And that's actually quite liberating. Now, I gotta ask you could spend all day long, fixing smashed up femurs and making a lot of money putting together February tibula, and you Bolland tier to go do work crew for this. Why do you do that? That was just another wonderful experience. I have such respect for John become really good. I consider her really good friend of mine now just being able to go back and help guys or I was new years back, the a participant in Japan. To go back and help. It's really just wonderful. I just want to stress again, Andy, you're a high functioning orthopedic surgeon, you weren't at the end of your rope. You were not strung out on because you just felt the need to go and talk with people about life in general and it worked. Absolutely wonderful experience. And let's not discount the mass river and fishing. You know? Orthopedic surgeons there at the top of the food chain. They're not the guys who examined that cadaver's. So. Week. They have Andy and one of the top LA trial, lawyers, and these two guys are the work crew there the work talking to each other trial lawyers. Get along very well. This really changes you. Thank you. I wanna talk to another anti Andrew Tribus co Eddie where do I find you this morning on this New Year's day? Hey, good morning. I'm in the valley in California this morning. And so how did you get wrapped up with TWA dot US the wild adventure? I met Jan at a at an event. And there was a situation to share your heart and would around. They just said, hey, tell us your name is where you're from. And what you love to do. And I said I'm going at the time we lived in Santa, Barbara, and I love to fly fish, and I love to encourage men and Jan leaned over to me and said, hey, we gotta talk and he said, I do these deals up in Montana, man. You gotta come up with check it out, we fly fishing. It's really great. That'd be a fly fishing. I didn't care if what the rest of it was he just life is important. All right now. Calling for me, we got someone who's listening? They're hungover. It's January one and they they wanna make a change in their life. Maybe they're unhappy at work, maybe their marriage isn't the greatest thing in the world. Maybe everything is perfect. But sometimes non Adam, why should they go? There's a there's an album back in the late seventies by Neil young called rust. Never sleeps. I believe that men are being corroded by like by rushed if they're they're losing their shine. They're losing their strengths. They're just getting eaten away by society today. And if we don't guard against that as men were we're going to be screwed, and I see guys come into the week up there. And I've been able to be there several years there are several times. Guys, come into the week without any purpose without any direction. With no luster, and they leave changed men. And that's that's what's exciting for me is for men to come up there and realize that there is a battle going on in society today is trying to eat away at their heart and take away their purpose in their direction and had guys come away from their aware that in stronger in a way that they can fight that and be better, husbands and fathers. That's what excites me about what should should've spouse worry about this or encourage this. They should absolutely encourage it. Absolutely. I've seen guys changed lives where they come back. And and they restore marriages after they come back. I mean, it's it's no don't be afraid of it. Don't be afraid they might get hooked on fly fishing that didn't happen to me. So that don't worry about that. In fact, I want to tell people out there, if you're the worst athlete in the world, then you're better than I am. And Nevertheless, I love this. But what was really amazing is my brother-in-law, Dan. I always tell the story I took him along with me. Once Dan barely says a word in thirty five years. I've known him. He talk. More in a week than in the thirty five years. I've known I learn stuff I never and then he walks out in the inner and like descended from the clouds with a fly fishing pole and his hand deeply, so some people have innate ability to do this. They just get it. And then there are people like even doing it for thirty five years. And so to the fly fisherman are listening. It is remarkable fishing. Some of the best in the world. And fifty percent of the guys have come never fly fished before in almost every time. We have a big patron two hundred bucks. Everybody puts it in the biggest trout wins. The pot and I did not win. Well, I think he's still all one hundred and and usually it's somebody who's never fly fish before. I wanted to. I'm not sure we went on the Bataan death flow. And we started at at the top of the river. And it was back in the day when you were doing eight or nine hour flow. You don't do that anymore, and it rained inhaled it, and there's a picture of STAN Lazarian in me, and I'm just Todd in the back of this boat as miserable as I have ever been. But I still had a great week. Another endorsement another miserable as I ever been like a Ritz Carlton not about. But I'm telling you right now, you ought to go and call eight five five six hundred wild eight five five hundred while and by the way, while women go up there, and we'll talk to a few of them in the course of this. There are different groups run by John's. The remarkable spouse of Jan genera, and she can tell you about that herself. But eight five five six hundred wild triple W dot TWA dot US, Carol may or may not join us. I don't see around here. But you will have a great time with her. If you are a woman call and find out about it don't go anywhere except over there, and John again five days you flying on a Tuesday, you leave on a Sunday. It's about two grand which is a third or fourth of what it normally caused because you're very generous, and you subsidize us. Well, yeah. You could buy your way in the Madison river, you could buy your way out the answer, the leaks that we have in the fish that are in them. We will land twenty six and fish. We have bigger fish than that in there. Actually in one year. We had a guy from. Australia from New Zealand who has treetops which is one of the top green resorts in the world, and he fishes so those are kind of minutes, but he landed a twenty nine inch fish in one and that shut him up. He's a great guy. Look at New Year's day. Don't wait another minute. I got you hooked. 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860AM The Answer

09:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr anti" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Place. What are you put? Who knows? The greatest world's truly is. I've been I've been fortunate to be all over the world, the Madison valley is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and it is still wild and like Juno we have bears up there. And we have mountain lions, and we have Louis, and you have we have a fantastic view, Madison range right across from us. And you really get a sense of perspective. They're. Because I know so well the last time I went he actually gave me a free path that I didn't have to go fishing, and I had the most fun in the afternoon sitting on the porch smoking a cigar with you, you don't go fishing either. And all we did was just look at that. That is the most gorgeous view I have ever seen. There weren't any bears that day we're now joined by Dr anti-castro who has been on this trip. Andy how are ya? Great. How are you going to say good attack? Four one one on yourself. Tell people about yourself. Well, I've grown. I am an orthopedic surgeon prize and Denver, Colorado. So you're an orthopedic surgeon, you know, how to put things back together. Again, what did you expect and put back together? Again, when you went up to the wild adventure for the first time. I got the training. I had a little bit lost. I kinda really successful about products. But I just thought it was more out there and just randomly I call it off. And then a groundhog day show. Thank you. So you heard about it on the radio. I did the first time about it. Remarkable. I'm hoping someone who's listening right now that you just heard handy say, okay based on a radio, it's a real authentic thing. Yeah. But but imagine at orthopedic surgeon is listening that this is not the meaning deal listening to you talk about me about this deal says I want to go in that what resonated with you that made you want to go. Well, I love the testimonials at guy what they had universally and like. Oh, yes. Pretty fun trip. This is really life changing at a wonderful wonderful during these guys. Hobby. Part of that. Life changing is a scary concept. Dr Andy Castro, what do you mean by that? Jesse outlook on things. A lot of stuff in life and life happens. Always able to. Just talk about stuff with random people. And that's actually quite liberating. Now, I gotta ask this. You could spend all day long, fixing smashed up femurs and making a lot of money putting together February. And you volunteer to go do work crew for this. Why do you do that? You know? That's just another wonderful experience. I have such respect for become really good. I consider her a really good friend of mine now just being able to go back and help guys. I was years back the NFL participant. And just go back and help it just it's really just wonderful. So I just want to stress again, Andy, you're a high functioning orthopedic surgeon, you weren't at the end of your rope. You were not struggled on because you just felt the need to go and talk with people about life in general and it worked. Absolutely wonderful experience, and let's not discount the massive river and fishing. Orthopedic surgeons there at the top of the food chain. They're not the guys who examined the cadavers. So. They have Andy and one of the top LA trial, lawyers, and these guys are the work crew there the work talking to each other can trial lawyers. Normally get along very well. Changes. You thank you. I wanna talk to another anti Andrew tra- Bucao, Andy. Where do I find you this morning on this New Year's day? Hey, good morning. I'm in the valley in California this morning. And so how did you get wrapped up with TWA dot US the wild adventure? I met Jan at a at an event. And there was a situation to share your heart and would around just said, hey, tell us who your name is. And where you're from. And what you love to do. And I said, I'm Andy trivia go and at the time, we lived in Santa Barbara, and I love to fly fishing. I love to encourage men and Jan leaned over to me and said, hey, we gotta talk and he said, I do these deals up in Montana, man. You gotta come up and check it out we fly fishing. It's really great and online and got to be a fly fishing. I didn't care what the rest of it was he fly fishing. So all right now. Do a little selling for me. We got someone who's listening. They're hung over. It's January one and they wanna make a change in their life. Maybe they're unhappy at work, maybe their marriage isn't the greatest thing in the world. Maybe they'd everything is perfect. But something's non Adam. Why should they go? There's a there's an album back in the late seventies. By Neil young is called rust never sleeps. I believe that many are being corroded by like by rushed it, they're they're losing their shine. They're losing their strengths. They're just getting eaten away by society today. And if we don't guard against that as men were we're going to be screwed, and I see guys come into the week up there. And I've been able to be there several years there are several times. Guys, come into the week without any purpose without any direction. With no luster, and they leave changed men. And that's that's what's exciting for me is for men to come up there and realize that there is a battle going on in society today is trying to eat away at their heart and take away their purpose in their direction and to have guys come away from their aware that in stronger in a way that they can fight that and be better, husbands and fathers. That's what excites me about should've spouse worry about this or encourage this. They should absolutely encourage it. Absolutely. I've seen guys changed lives where they come back. And and they restore marriages after they come back. I mean, it's it's no don't be afraid of it don't be afraid of it. And he might get hooked on fly fishing. That's happened to me. Happen to me. So that don't worry about that. In fact, I want to tell people out there. If you're the worst athlete in the world, then you're better than I am. And Nevertheless, I love this. But what was really amazing as my brother-in-law? Dan. I always tell the story took him along with me once and Dan barely says a word in thirty five years. I've known him he talks more in a week than in thirty five years. I've known I learn stuff I never and then he walks out in the river, and he's like descended from the clouds fly fishing pole on his hand, deeply, so some people have innate ability to do this. They just get it. And then there are people like you've been doing it for thirty five years. And so to the fly fisherman who are listening. It is remarkable fishing. Some of the best in the world. And fifty percent of the guys have come never fly fished before in almost every time. We have a big pot contest hundred bucks. Everybody puts it in the biggest crowd wins the pot and I did not win. Well. I think he's still the hunt. And and usually it's somebody who's never fly fish before. I wanted to I'm not sugar coating we went on the Bataan death flow. And we started at at the top of the river. And it was back in the day when you were doing eight or nine hour flow. You don't do that anymore, and it rained inhaled it Cl, and there's a picture of STAN Lazarian and me, and I'm just home in the back of this boat as miserable as I have ever been. But I still had a great week. Another endorsement another miserable is I like Ritz Carlton not about. But I'm telling you right now, you ought to go and call eight five five six hundred wild eight five five hundred while. And by the way, why women go up there, and we'll talk to a few of them in the course of this. There are different groups run by John's. The remarkable spouse of Jan genera, and she can tell you about that or so but eight five five six hundred wild triple double TWA dot US, Carol may or may not join us. I don't see her on here. But you will have a great time with her. If you were a woman call and find out about it don't go anywhere except over there and John again five days you've flying on a Tuesday leave on a Sunday. It's about two grand which is a third or fourth of what it normally caused because you're very generous, and you subsidize this. Well, you could buy your way in Madison river, you could buy your way out the answer the lakes that we have in the fish that are in them. We will land twenty six and fish. We have bigger fish than that in. They're actually in one year. We had a guy from. Australia from New Zealand who has treetops which is one of the top green resorts in the world, and he fishes so those are kind of minnows, but he led the twenty nine inch in one and that shut him up. He's a great guy. Look, it's New Year's day. Don't wait another minute. I've got you hooked. And that's a joke. I know. But I've got you hooked head over to triple W dot, TWA dot US and change your life, or at least renew your life. I'm not gonna say change your life. Renew your life. Explore your life..

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