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"dr berry" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

08:39 min | Last month

"dr berry" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Some optimism there from Dr Berry. But there has been a lot of frustration from family members of victims of 9 11 that we are, after all, 20 years after the event, and yet we don't even have a trial date set. As I say, nine years of legal proceedings, and still they are arguing about whether this case should be held here in Guantanamo in the military commission, as opposed to civilian courts in the U. S mainland at all, so the argument still between the defense and prosecution is still that basic and of course, as I mentioned The huge issue of what evidence can be admissible, given the torture that these men went through. Many thanks to BBC, easily movable speaking. There live from Guantanamo Bay with the 9 11 attacks have given rise to a small industry and conspiracy theories. Garrett M. Graff is dismissive of them all. But he also believes there are many unanswered questions. And the host of the podcast. The long Shadow and author of the only plane in the Sky also contends that after 9 11 the US got almost everything wrong. Including squandering the world's goodwill. So what are the questions that Mr Graf would like most urgently answered. There are a number of loose threads to this story today, even 20 years later, and one of those we saw President Biden really beginning to wrestle with just in the last 10 days. He's been under immense pressure to release more information about the Saudi government's involvement in the 9 11 plot, with the hijackers, potentially helping to fund the operation potential ties to government. In Saudi diplomat officials and just in the last 10 days or so, Joe Biden has moved to press the U. S government to declassify more details that have been hidden by four U S presidents now But on the dead self was there 1/5 plane who was the 20th hijacker? These are some of the questions. You feel haven't been answered? Yes, And some of them have been questions that have just taken a long time for us. To understand this question of the 20th hijacker was they're supposed to have been 1/5 hijacker aboard the United Airlines flight 93 as there were on the three other hijacked flights that day that playing only having four hijackers, and it turns out that the US has accused of variety of people of being that 20th hijacker over the last 20 years. But with time the U. S has sort of vaguely figured out that actually, the Qaeda's goal was not a specific 20th hijacker, but nearly to try to get as many hijackers into the United States as it could in the summer of 2001. The FBI believes, you know, potentially even 23 24 25 different hijackers attempt to come to the United States and on the morning of September 11th. They found that they had 19 and so moved ahead with the four flights as they did that question, though, was there 1/5 plane? What is generated that So this has been long rumored. Some of it has to with the confusion that has grown out of 9 11 amid the speculation throughout the day that there were more hijacked planes still in the air. Speculation about the identity and possibility of 1/5 plane has long centered on United Airlines flight 23. A flight from New York, JFK to Los Angeles that day, where the pilots and flight crew reported that there were agitated Arab or Middle Eastern man. In first class who were concerned and agitated after the plane did not take off. It was stopped actually before it got into the air as part of the U. S efforts to close the airspace that morning, But the FBI says that they tracked down and interviewed those Arab or Middle Eastern passengers. And ultimately decided that they were not involved. You are also quite adamant that after 9 11 that a mission to rid the world of terror and evil lead America You say in tragic directions? What do you mean by that? As much as the anniversary this weekend, is to remember the heroism and sacrifice of that day. It's also important this summer, particularly as we watch the scenes from Afghanistan unfold that we reckon with the legacy of those last 20 years and the deeply now we understand dark and tragic choices that the U. S and the West and NATO made in the wake of 9 11. Seven to pursue A very broadly defined war against not just Al Qaeda. But terrorism and evil more generally, and I think we have a better understanding now of the dark political forces that that unleashed both in the United States and Europe. I think you can draw a very straight line from 9 11 to the election of Donald Trump in the United States through the Anti Muslim anti immigrant native ist nationalist politics that the U. S response to 9 11 began and unleashed inside the United States. Similarly, you know, it's important that we remember that this is not just a U. S story that the destabilization of the Middle East that came as a part of the U. S and NATO and coalition response to 9 11. I think, in many ways, unleashed to the nationalistic politics across Europe and contributed directly to Brexit. Is there also a straight line in your view between The 9 11 attacks the invasion of Afghanistan, the subsequent invasion of Iraq. And the growth of the insurgency there, which led to the emergence of Islamic state. Exactly, And I think you know part of the challenge of the way that the U. S. And NATO and other coalition forces have defined this war on terror in this war on evil over the last 20 years. Is that today the U. S. The West faces more terrorists in more places on more fronts. Than it did on the morning of 9 11. And so while there are some tactical successes that you can point to, in terms of how diminished I'll Qaida's ability to carry out a sophisticated attack is and how that group has not been able to launch a similarly Spectacular coordinated attack as it did on 9 11 in these last 20 years. By almost any strategic measure, the US today is less free, more morally compromised and more alone. On the world stage than it ever has been. But do you think Americans who gathered today to very rightfully mourn the loss of nearly 3000 lives on 9 11 are aware of The subsequent wars on terror and campaigns to spread democracy in the Middle East that have also claimed Tens of thousands of lives hundreds of thousands of lives really the scale of the tragedy and the lives lost in the country's destroyed by the war on terror over the last 20 years is not small. I think this summer After many, many years where America has been able to push that off its political radar and sort of forget about those wars far overseas, the images out of Afghanistan make it impossible to look past Just how devastating and unsuccessful these wars have ultimately been. And I was speaking there to Garrett M. Graff, historian and author of the only plane in the Sky. Uh huh. Oral history of 9 11 and also has to the podcast at the long shadow. You're listening to the BBC World Service. I'm Julian Marshall, and this is new zone..

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"dr berry" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"dr berry" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Athletic performance especially if you were performing in a an endurance. Sport loading up on carbohydrates was often recommended. Right we always heard that term carb loading ivan remember in high school. Even though like i said we i. I don't remember sports nutrition really being a topic. But i do remember one night. A the basketball coach that year had all of us girls over for a spaghetti feed. Oh yeah we do game. Yeah there was barely any meat in that sauce but we ate a lot of noodles. So yeah i mean. Carb loading used to be really popular especially for marathon runners rage for those marathon runners to eat a lot of pasta and bagels and breads. Yeah game as a former marathon runner hopefully again someday but as a form of getting the runner's trots is is a real thing ever heard of that but i've never amazing what it is when you exercise for a long time or run for a long time there can be some gi distress that is basically an emergency bathroom. Run and if you had loaded up on those carbs the night before but your body's itself of it then right the night before and prior to that that long run that you usually do on the weekend and so yeah and it's typically that typically happens on those are a ball it is a real thing and i don't know how much people connect the fact that it quite possibly could have been related to your car bloating. It's well there's gotta be a connection to the food and what's coming out the other end. Yeah so so again. Used to be all the rage but You know we're not hearing about it as much anymore. And i think part of it is a biochemist by the name of dr berry sears. Few years back. And i know some of you know that name. Dr berry sears. We've talked about him before on the show..

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"dr berry" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"dr berry" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Trenton. Jero welcome back to the show with trump jero in studio with dr berry davis head coach head coach of the rider. Broncs not broncos. Don't get that Mixed up their audience. They are the bronx gay. And i probably mispronounced it earlier. So i apologize remember. Buried davis dot co. check him out Speaks across the country and Just recently prerecorded at the abc a for this year's national convention which will be virtual unfortunately It'll be the first one that i have not attended berry and probably fourteen years live.

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"dr berry" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr berry" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"So that we can have the heart end of the Wifi. Gather meters smart meter. Isn't it true that France has outlawed Wi fi in schools. Actually absolutely they have they have taken out of schools. I think that was a couple years ago. When they realized that for children they are susceptible to these frequencies Children and seniors now to the point where causes infertility with the eggs for the females. And that's what on our lap I mean it is unfortunately That's not a good idea. So can we WANNA? We had a little break up in the transmission here and I just want to reiterate about putting the computer girls women if you know if you're fertile you it's not good to put the computer into because those emissions are going through your body and it's causing sterilization exactly exactly for more information on that. Is you go and Google Dr Berry. Trouser he does a really good of a lot of good information. One video you check out the dangers of Microwave Technology and Dr Berry Tower is a British physicist former Royal Navy microwave weapons expert and with the lower and he lectures around the world on the hidden dangerous from the microwave technologies unlike the mobile phones and the wife and so yet Dr Berry trowel or someone that people are GonNa work out and he talks a lot about the relationship of the Wifi with children and talks about the studies that have shown that it can be very severe and it can be over a period of a year or or few months or several years. We just don't know so. Yeah we WANNA make sure that especially families and children. We keep that Wifi away from our bodies just reprogram ourselves to be mindful and just for not using it. Just turn it off. Put It away while I I. I really believe because I see every day. I see everybody with their nose in the phones when I'm out in San Francisco and around I. It's like we really have to to help. Wake up he on this. I mean it's really serious and I'm not an alarmist I I see that I have affects myself and I I need to be more conscious of turning off my phone and keeping it away from my my bed. Stand basically so you know. That's why we're doing this because we need to help wake in wake people up and educate them on this so we can be healthy absolutely absolutely because health is the number one thing without our health. We can't do anything that's raise We have to take care of ourselves and our in our communities in the animals and the plants have suffering of facts and stuff and so. It's definitely go the next few steps and force these companies who are here to safety regulations kids. It's it's not a big deal to do and as far as protecting ourselves. That's one of the easiest things that we can do. Just be mindful every member you know if were using the thing that turn it off and the reason that I started getting into this as well as.

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"dr berry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"dr berry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Here at two K. away Colorado dot com Dr berry chap there so much I want to cover with yeah I'm trying to figure out what the heck we can get to it and that time we have left let's go back to the end of the case though that that's a pretty famous case you were there on the ground from the beginning it's real it's legit there was some really strange stuff going on right well more than that more than we could ever imagine I said we went to the house was really hot and humid and it was a horrible over president like sort of urine or decomposing organic matter we boarded a hoot you live Packard sniffer is see if we can track the owner down but we couldn't your order would come and go I didn't know where it was in the bedroom with them from it was localized for the most part was always cold to get the house was not air conditioned and all and whenever you're Sherman why the bedroom felt cold to us so we we came back here for the for one of ten days later after the first time we were there because we thought that she needed a psychiatrist dot pairs for colleges and when the kitchen talking to or in a lower cupboard door flies open and iron skillet flies out and across the kitchen so we checked to see if there are kids under in the cabinet or their animals or wires or something they can make that happen and there wasn't about this was that really stranger she finally told us that they would free entity that would attack her sexually assaulted her there were two small ones and one bigger one she had four children one a little baby girl we never met but she had three male older children the oldest was a teenager the biggest guy and there were two smaller ones and it is from the way she behaved and used to drink drink a lot of beer and she was drunk a lot we were there yes I think a lot of troops I understand that psychosexual libidinous fantasies were getting a little too much and it was such a Connecticut manifestations of or it's real there's paranormal phenomena but the phenomena attacking her was her own psyche but it took on a physical form which is glowing lights flying around and at one point were in the bedroom the ice cold bedroom with late and lights are flying around the hallways lime green color they call left in the corner where door doors was when she moved away you're getting too frightened and they coalesce into a very large man upwards of maybe about six and a half or more free tall UTV upper torso you'd see the head of the brow ridge the pectoral the arms down to the bottom of the forex and whatever and then it broke off it was moving it was articulating it wasn't a rigid image it was that same line green in color we must have fired off hundreds of photos with several professional photographers present we did not get one example of what we saw that even one which of course we all saw the same thing after it was over with everyone don't talk write down what you saw and they did and we all saw the same thing then why could we photographed okay makes gets a little weird how we can we get gas these photos of these balls of light with a tail like a comet the problem was there was no reference well we feel the bedroom off from all external lighting we couldn't tell where the lights start from and where they moved to and the speed at which they move so we put up these black poster boards on her walls and ceiling each had a number and each had a magnetic orientation so bye bye week after we put a mark Doris calls at one thirty in the morning the company told things down the full to burst of go running back there yep the host of border down the plaster and paint is down with them she could have done it and I told her she was a petite woman thanks for her reaction either she was a really good actors or it if something happened so the case went on we put the with poster boards back on the best we could with great depth with a lot more duct tape and at one point we're asking whatever it is to do something they'll try to make something happen rather was sitting around and watching our our problems too it'll be twirled and suddenly when the post divorce is ripped off the ceiling the productive this finally pulled it flies across the room and hit stores by through the hedge they were twenty five people in the room at that time the rest everyone except for we asked again the board was ripped off duct tape the fluid it just miss Doris so what was this thank you Connecticut manifestation of Dorset delirium we I don't know if there's any link between alcohol consumption and you know older executives they could be negative okay I mean anything you you're wrong it's hard to say I I don't there's been any studies involved with this but I'll tell you that the majority the poltergeist cases I've worked on bush's move the majority of my files if you talk to the people you've discovered that they got some problems going on not only psychosomatic but psychophysical tackle Jack and if people are troubled and what we're seeing is the externalization of their emotional problems it's real and it's paranormal and he can rip any requirement to pieces anyway thankfully Doris moved from Culver city to Carson lost track of her for a while but the man who wrote the energy novel using the original script Frank the Phillies after he'd been interviewed doors for a long time he founder again and we meant to figure and wisely she did not tell our neighbors anything about what was going on with her and her she had not been promoted or publicized we hadn't even brought right up articles publication at fishy Wilden and both her neighbors right and left began experiencing poltergeist phenomena they come home they're close to be on the floor of garbage to be emptied the shares of furniture being moved around but no one had gotten the house okay so we're there one night waiting for something to happen we're all sitting around like clowns holding hands trying to make a deal the seance for lack of a better idea and suddenly a large vase full water flowers goes flying across the room it measures everyone conveniently slams into the floor they are browsing it with flowers and water I had an old so many recorder next to me with a condenser Mike and just before this occurred the Mike picked up loud read the last no asthmatics in this room know respiratory problems were known of we heard the sound of that reading followed by a foot hit hitting the ground another foot and then another for being tracked like them on old mummy movie from universal and that it won't be recorded turn yourself off the first time yeah okay Doris finally moved again who was that we were starters family Dino Frank followed her and that she was much more open to him about them she was with us because she was a big about ten years older name Frank was about twenty years older may fail yeah she felt more comfortable and he went out there the water was turning itself on and off banging noises disembodied voices that same older was present and from what we know Doris passed away and I think nineteen ninety nine at the age of forty eight and it was cardio pulmonary arrest and why her heart and lungs stop in there now so now we've also discovered through lock that one of door to door skilled rooms were interviewed by how the error now on those very dot com and problems in interviews he contradicts himself and be a thousand times so he's memory might not be that good after all this time but we do know that I'll ever three boys and one girl that only one of them is free of drugs and alcohol the rest of them have a lot of you know substance abuse problems let me ask you a side issue what were directly related but this idea this concept of being raped by ghosts or having circulations with something invisible I've heard that from I'm not gonna say a dozen but close to a dozen women who some of them involuntarily have these relations and some voluntarily a few at it other than the the end of the case I mean there's not a lot of literature about those kinds of cases what what do you make about Mar they all sort of self generated then there's a part in history there is an incubus and succubus a succubus with a female demand that would attack man when they're sleeping sexually and the the interface was the male demon that would attack women right it is legend mess folklore horror novels the whole point of it is again you know one good one need not be a psychotherapist or psychoanalyst having looked at the week Doris is being over sexual she every child with a different man she added came from a very dysfunctional family she was disowned very young lady if her out because they could take her shoes too volatile too intense and you know again she would even answer a lot of a question it is it is it doesn't really surprise me this was going on however if we had known then what we know now you know hindsight's always twenty twenty I would ask the kids more questions that they didn't want us there the boy they want to listen to rock music they did whatever they were six of us it it's a very interesting case in many way shape or form again I believe it was paranormal but I do not believe it would be discarded entities sexually attacking doors by now it was a dramatic poltergeist manifestation coming from Doris is mine and I discussed this chapter two of my book is called the real life in any case and goes into great depth on this is the longest running another book I can't think of the title would then go into more depth on a lot of these cases and some of the personal matters to deal with this as well let's talk about the the Manson murder how Sharon Tate Roman Polanski the cielo drive you have one of the articles in your website goes into some updating details about things are going on there I'm in I'd like to use the rest of the segment on it six minutes or so bring us up to date on that case said I I I found it interesting that you wrote about the geo magnetic anomalies that I'd never seen before and how maybe those were amplified because these giant metal girders that were used in the construction of the home well first of all the house I investigated was owned by David almond should have been MEM but it was I may end and the house where the murders took place the place but a hundred feeder by Aug two and right away right the end of the drive so we we go do we call it a friend of his brought us there tell us about it in and he'd made a movie about the case about his experiences which good or bad whatever I've not my Cup of tea so you know when the door it looks sort of like one of the beach boys you know that the cost of hair and blue eyes and use very invasive and lasts a lot of questions cryptic same store Spicer and what was interesting is that yeah you know I feel very sick nauseous dizzy my joints hurt my stomach was going crazy berry Conrad was with says Lisa his girlfriend it was with us and things are happening that very first night well we go up to the 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"dr berry" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

14:22 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"You're amazing lady. You've covered a lot of stuff. I'm I WANNA. I WanNa get you guys like special. Forces armed with the technology and Strategy Strategist the first thing is I tell people we wanna wipe out toxic sweeteners. Also things are toxic like in our food. D- mineralized food food that say increase in inflammatory fatty fatty acids for example when you take free range cattle in the last month of sort of fat in them up you give them grains. You're going to increase the Iraqi. NONOC acids inflammatory it. We've had Dr Berry Susan Program and I do Bliss Lipid electrophoresis to look at the Olympic fractions both inflammatory and problems Brady and valley labs bill. Why did he do that. Data Nagel said I've been doing for example for years. It ended body Asi Reference Labs in Los Angeles for decades and now Radio Valley labs and I can tell exactly why you're GonNa you get heart attack. I think measure your full vitamin K two levels and why or calcified your rewards I can measure homocysteine after now method challenge because homocysteine burns the hell out of your arteries and your brain cells and people so how'd you all this stuff. It's called curiosity. Curiosity killed the cat. Actually curiosity takes the cat and turns it into alive. Mountain lion amount line intellectually. I'm not GonNa Miss Passive and I haven't too so long now. I don't take captives of someone who thinks they're gonNA argue Dr Diggle if they want evidence information provided and if they don't have an answer I'll say I don't have an answer. I'll research it and break the problem down to. It's considered parts. Would I find is people get intellectually election lazy and they WanNa pay an answer because they want to move on to the next patient or the next issue or get paid by the insurance carrier. They don't WanNa take out. Regulatory agencies or is usually populated by numskulls the state licensing authorities anywhere. I've dealt with are the lowest we call intellectual scum of the barrel. They don't know Oh anything and they actually want to regulate other people that actually promulgates the problem and this is a big issue. That's why I want to hear. Both people people like Republicans like Donald Trump Excel scare the Democrats. We're going to see what is healthcare is. I mean we have right. Now is going to call obamacare bombing. Care Ear and ASPARTAME is one of those embalming agents so I mean what better thing to embalm you that a diet drink right. Go ahead Debbie Abedi. There's there's there's another thing I I'm not gonna read this oath. I only have just a few minutes left but everybody wants to know about out the MS condition because it usually goes away so quickly so I just want to read the first paragraph something nothing that I as addressable blaylock to right because people were constantly asking you know I had two doctors diagnosed me to them as an and all of a sudden I got off aspertain disappeared and here's what he said he said recently much controversy has surrounded around is a claim that aspertain may produce an Ms like syndrome occur review of recent peer reviewed scientific studies ladies have disclosed of physiological mechanism to explain this connection as far back as nineteen ninety six aches it was shown that the lesions produced in the mylan sheet of accent and the cases of Multiple Sclerosis where related you did too excited for receptors on the primary cells involve called ugly. I didn't then globe recent recent. Studies have now confirmed what was suspected back then the loss of Malan sheet on the nerve fibers characteristic of the disease are due to the death of these Guido and grill for sales and at at decided lesions called plaques and furrowed these studies show that the death of these important sales as as a result of excessive exposure to excite toxins at the side of the lesion that Doctors Lilac wrote the book excited of Toxins the taste it kills Dr only founded the field of neuroscience call excitable talk city so it just all came together together and all of a sudden it was known why so many people were getting you know were getting Ns and heck quickly it has gone away in so many cases as soon as they got more or layers to restoring solitary conduction. You WanNa have twenty thirty. We all need four to restore solitary nerve conduction so you're absolutely correct. The problem is that the blood brain name varies attacked the areas hippocampus memory areas are attacked the extended toxins aggravates areas regulate your hormonal pro put your hypocr on campus near Pioneer Gland I as a result you get paulie hormone imbalance including so mat pas pictures basically growth hormone deficiency disturbed thyroid controls for hippocampus and your subs alantic nuclei any production of tr h started atropine releasing hormone you get disturbances disturbances normal cycling pattern of sleep in activation ridiculous activating systems. A lot of people have insomnia either initiation broken sleep. I mean it goes on and on and on the slot just aspartame. It's you know it's like a toxic excited toxins for example like MSG. I'm extremely amnesty sensitive. I went to a restaurant not that long ago L. Every time I go there I just can't sleep and they said Oh no. We don't have it. They have another name for this textured vegetable protein additive or something got three g will not have nice sodium Guana late right. There's nothing. MSG potentially what the thing of it this. Many people want to know that you know that if you really WanNa be have if you're listening to this program and you've got him as and you're on on answered tribes sixty day no aspertain watch so many symptom after symptomatic symptoms disappear and then begin to help other people because that's the only way that we're going to get this done because millions the people got off during the Nancy Markle's thing because there were so many people that tried it and some some offices offices as many as six or seven people them as it was the most incredible thing you've ever seen to see these he's many people who had it and then you would just take the FDA list which is on our website of ninety two symptoms and there's one pal at told me on a plane as I was coming back from Costa Rica. Is You know June is save a pilot. You're my power. I'm afraid even have to take all this home with us. Out of sedation imminent for decades took care pilots islets flying international flights and also the Air Force Academy which is a top gun in Colorado what discovered people are drinking aspartame a lot these pilots pilots. They're having that low pressures in the Air Kevin. They're actually having seizures comment on that. Oh yes the thing of it is that it's so well known that that means you triggered grug but incidentally in this particular case when I got off the plane. He says I want you to know I got half the problems on this. FDA List and I have written you a letter to warn other pallets so that if you go to our website and they look under aspertain Pallet List you you will see Dr Blaylock article on why they dropped dead on on planes and they can actually develop chronic cardiac arrest. Yes he's yes. He's written a an article incidentally on sudden cardiac death and if you just go also on athlete debt because let's see what was her name. slow. Joe uh-huh or she was the lady that was oh she was a runner and choose always drinking died so during she just dropped dead as she was running in the so finally Dr Locks and wild just dryden athlete alert because they're just GonNa have learned earned and that's why you see little six year old children running around grim Jim dropping dead then there's there's so many different things and seizures of all things first of all all three components caused caused seizures pictures and the when they did uh the pivotal studies when I handed those in what am was was a a a study that was ah a year long and was seven infant monkeys in fact at grandma's seizures one dad that was their bromance. The problem is people have seizures a non motor areas of the brain whereas the hippocampus of the limbic system or the hormone control systems and non motor. Your seasons aren't picked up the same. You don't have necessary absence but we kind of freeze or mortar seizure. We are biting your tongue. Anonymous seizure sneakier aren't they and people don't realize he's non-motor seizures in other parts of the brain occur because other behavioral and hormonal effects right including things like brain cancer because brain cancer rates are much higher than people who drink aspartame blend containment. All this other knocks toxic sweeteners. Well you know I was telling you the day doctor gave me something was also used procedures and they started putting drugs. They started putting aspertain pertain in drugs that are created for seizures and drug full. Yes right yes. I mean good. Take one pill and had a seizure. What what is your young darker. When you hear this Dr Betty that actually gave her an anti seizure drug that she she has seizure promoting combatants that gross that's that's that's another really complicating part of our problem if our goal is to get this removed from the market because our our our healthcare system our our our are Pharmacopoeia is is inundated with us. You know like bowel prep medications. I think citrate of Magnesia also has aspartame minute. I think a lot of the very the preparations also have have it in there and I mean you know that they refuse it. So that health care the medical doctors drug companies and insurance care should be wherever they're not a medical whistleblowers. I think that I got when I complained the hustle that they were giving the aspertain that I found it on the Internet and I had given them Melissa and then they said you know give me a few minutes and when the doctor came back he says I am so sorry but don't you ever every take any generic gastrointestinal drugs again because it's in all of them. Yeah Eric Work and additives there is detergents and then there's antiseptics and some of the generic drugs that was the case I had when I was a medical student. There was somebody with unexplained diarrhea and they we're on two different brands of two blood pressure medications and and they had the full. Gi workup biopsies. They had colonoscopy add everything everything's negative still has liquid diarrhea but then we looked back and I and I started to get paranoid okay. I'm the medical student I and I have to figure it out so I asked did you change medication brands recently and said. Oh yeah was on two different brands and I switched to one brand and you know I never got to follow up to see if it made her better but you know the attendance I remember the attending. Gi doctor at that time he was so stumped. I told him I found that. He liked that might be so well. You gotta be yeah. I figured that out for you yet because I had it in fact I was talking the bill at the time and I was looking it up on the Internet because I was getting a a worst case and I went to the store asked him was aspertain in it they said no and then I looked it up on the Internet and it said it may not say it on the label but it's in it so the generic and against the the AH problem was was there all all along but I think what's happening now is they're just not labeling because articles on the Internet because we're gonNA close off. We need to have proceeded again action by people out there listening to help actor Betty and archery and then myself and others thousands of people filing legal actions against the Bob lers companies the medical insurance carriers medical.

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"dr berry" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Blended with glutathione, like a light formula, all OEMs, bio, syringe, good. Well, that's good for heart muscle, as you know. And then I take several mushroom supplements. I'm very interested in but this'll mushrooms, especially Asian mushroom. So I take a several to mixed mushroom formulas that have about seven or eight different species. Mostly Asian mushrooms in them. And I do that for immune support and protection against cancer and resistance to infections and not not to get into the weeds too much. But, but back to that, that antioxidant formula obviously, there's, there's a bit of controversy in the whole realm of antioxidants, probably two fold at this point the two things I see most talked about right now. One one, more well-known. That's the fact that you know that some of the studies on vitamin C vitamin e supplementation, for example, especially in sin. Thank forms of shown them to blunt, the hormone response to exercise or potentially not offer any benefit, and then the other. And, and this was recently brought to my attention. Dr berry tan is somebody interviewed on the episode and he was talking about an natto, and how he felt quite strongly that Toko. Trying all forms of vitamin E were far superior to those of, of like mixed coffer all blend. And you know, he, he even went, so far as that makes a cough. All's might actually be causing more harm than good. And I'm curious if you have any comments on either of those considerations when it comes to antioxidative. Well, I agree with both of them. I think the first of all it is preferable to get any oxidants from your diet, and from mainly from fruits vegetables, herbs spices beverages, like Macci green tea nature produces complexes of Ma. Cules often related molecules, and I think it's much better to take the whole complex rather than any isolated forms of them. And we've seen that with beta carotene which, you know, years ago, I and other physicians recommending that this specially to smokers to prevent lung cancer and turned out that actually increases cancer risk. And whereas we know that keratin Lloyd's in fruits and vegetables are protective. So that's an example of the problem, taking one element out. I also with that about vitamin E nature produces vitamin E as complex of eight molecules for to cough roles for topa trion holes, and if you're gonna take supplement I think you want that whole complex, but still to keep in mind. That's not a substitute for the natural products that contain. So if someone's getting a multivitamin or an antioxidant formula is there something one could look for on the label to ensure they're not getting high amounts of the synthetic keratin Lloyd's or vitamin C, your vitamin E, or that, they're, they're getting all. Eight of the forms about a mini. Well, I over the multi vitamin multi mineral product, I, I would I look, you don't want it to contain iron unless you have a need for iron such as a, a woman, who's having regular periods or someone had blood loss, or documented Nimia iron is a pro oxidant that can increase cardiovascular cancer risks. You don't wanna take any preformed vitamin A. It's okay to take precursors vitamin like beta carotene, but not preformed vitamin a you should look for as many keratin noise as possible. So when addition debate carotene alpha, carotene, lycopene, Ludian, so forth. And with vitamin E as I said, preferably certainly, not just alpha-tocopherol but, you know, hopefully, all the Takao roles and toga trials as well. No K got any brands that you prefer. And if you're not able to name them, I'm fine with that. But. Well, I personally am taking a one mega food which has a lower dose, formulation for older people. I come to feel that lower. Doses of these things are better because to avoid that response that you talked about, hey, I wanna interrupted a show tell you about something super delicious, that was developed to help you maintain energy, and a low, carb state to blend of.

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"dr berry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Governor Rhonda Santa's has signed legislation that prevents sanctuary cities from popping up in Florida sanctuary cities. Create law free zones where people can come to our state legally in our country illegally commit criminal offenses, and then just walk right out the door and continue to do it. While I'm happy to say once I signed this Bill in Florida, that will not happen. The law requires local police to honor federal law enforcement requests for an immigration, hold of a suspect charged or convicted opponents say the law will undermine the trust between police and immigrant communities. The e cigarette epidemic continues getting worse for Florida teens. Studies show twenty five percent of Florida high-schoolers in eight percent of middle schoolers are now, vaping, Dr berry Hummel with tobacco free partnership, Broward says aggressive advertising and flavored nicotine are to blame many of the restrictions that have been put on traditional tobacco have not been apply. To the electron devices says the nicotine inhaled and such large doses at changes brain chemistry, leading doll kinds of problems, like asthma, and attention deficit disorder congresswoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz's trying to pass legislation giving one hundred million dollars for five years to the CDC to fight this ethnic Wendy, Grossman reporting older Floridians are being urged to sit down with someone they trust and talk about money, almost half of Americans know a senior who's been a victim of financial abuse. Ron long with Wells Fargo says communication is crucial Coa daughter, son. Hey, I won the lottery. What do you think? Have you can keep good line of communication open with family or other trusted individuals bad guys? Hey delay. They will move on from. You can try to get someone.

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"dr berry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

15:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We are back with the Faneuil Gillis the religious demon Allah, just in the Faneuil. Let's talk about the haunted house. Did you live in it for twenty years or you researched the haunted house for twenty years? I researched on the make that correction. Yeah. I was in the house for about five. Okay. And but I went to a second house that in entity followed me. I house was the most active. Absolutely. What happened? Tell us about the haunted house. Oh, goodness. Well, it's like I said I was eight years old and begin. It's all j you know, walked in. And I smelled just a stench, you know, and then later on in my life. I, you know, Dr berry calf the great towering berry towel, yell at a e composing writing organic matter, and so it begin with the smell and begin with the I guess it was an apparition the bed, but she could tell that she was hiding, and I just felt fear. And so that was the beginning of five years from hell. Did somebody die in that house? I think so I researched. And I haven't been able to find any records. Don't they have to disclose that before you move in? They do they should have. They should. That's right. I'm glad that society is maturing to that point now. But I went back to that house in Dayton, Ohio end up, you know, revisiting. So my neighbors, and I asked him I said, you know, how many people have lived there. How's he said? Well, he said after you left. He said everybody they read the house out. He said the people that that rent the house, the only stay there for about four or five months time. That'll tell you. Oh, absolutely. Right. That's that's number one. And it's not an Airbnb rental. That's for sure. Nobody's making any money. Then. But it started out as the apparition, and then the smell, and then it began we we had all wooden floors and it begin with what hurt her footsteps and the wood floor creaking. And so I would walk out there two or three in the morning, and I didn't see anybody. Nobody was there. Yeah. My were your parents across the rail across the way, they know you were wandering around. Yeah. They did. And they you know, they didn't understand a lot of what I was going through. And that's not, you know, those to them for at least helping me out on some things too. You know about it was it was absolutely crazy because the phenomenon phenomenon rather would build itself layer upon layer. And it started out like I said, it was the apparition, and it was doesn't smell in the room the footsteps, and then I heard voices, and it was a lot like the skin Walker ranch phenomenon where you hear voices above you. And you can't understand what they're saying. But you can very much understand that someone is saying something. And so that moved on and then and then I remember I remember in the middle of winter. I looked out the window, and I was eight years old. So I was a little dude. And I remember looking up to the window rather than I saw a shadow figure tippy toes. Yeah. Definitely I'm short guy. Yeah. You know when I'm looking at it. And I it scared me to death. Just ran and got my covers. And I remember the next day. I got up for school, and I looked down. I saw two foot prints in snow outside my window. Here's the problem. The window itself was a very tall window where it began was like six seven side. And so whatever was looking into my room had been either Neth limb where some big do well into leave footprints means to me that it was a physical creature that could have been. Yeah, it was a lot of stuff that happened. George like, I I remember waking up. Here's what's fascinating to me. I mean, a ghost or demon leave a physical footprint. They can they can. Yeah. That's just like they can you know, physically smack someone sure or scratch someone, and you know, we have cases even. With the hat, man. What am I best friends? I didn't experience what the atman it was an apparition. And when they got his mom up and looked in the garage you saw muddy footprints. So these guys can can do a lot. But I the crazy thing the most crate the greatest thing I noticed and went there was I would go to sleep, and I had a nightmare. It was an all black and white and I remember walking down to a park, and they have like those shelters where you have a family reunion. Well, they were two kids that was that was young. I had no idea. What drives were? I mean. I was out period. David snow. I didn't even little eight year old boy for crying out loud. No kidding. Yeah. It was it was a crazy time, but walking up on these guys, and they had their backs turned towards me they were on a picnic table and the guy on the right had a needle in his arm. And he yeah, he didn't all acknowledge me. But the one on the left did. And I'm walking up to them. And I'm like, I don't even know how I'm doing this. Right. I don't wanna go. See these guys freaking out. But the one of the left turned and looked at me smiled and put a gun in his mouth. No, yes. He didn't pull it. Did. He he pulled it every time he would pull it. I would wake up in a cold, sweat, and there would be a heaviness, a heaviness. I'm talking like the air in the room got sick. And I had that nightmare for months. And it even point do horrible for a little boy to have to go through. It was bad. It was bad. And I I went through that. And it got a point where I would be forced to stay up all night with the lights on. And so what I would do. I mean, I felt a great school because I would stay up all night til seven in the morning when the sun rose, and then I'd get a quick thirty forty minutes of sleep go to school in sleep all day, getting physically sick from all of this. Yeah. I was. Yeah. There was this is, you know, the side effective hunting at what point Nathaniel do your parents say we're going to have to take you to a doctor or second largest or something they prayed for me a lot. And I figured out that this was something that I alone had to deal with disrespect. I mean were they intricately involved in trying to get this fixed? They were they were. Okay. My dad. My dad was working first shift and here, I am eight year old bringing my mattress and laying down low and pop up and down on the pillow in the mattress. And there were. Yeah. I yeah. I did that a lot. But but I remember waking up one night after the dream. And I looked in the corner had the lights off in the corner. And there was a black like cloud like figure in the corner of the room. And I remember it making me feel this is crazy. It made me feel like I was smallest thing in the entire universe. And in doing that, it made me feel like whatever this was was bigger than anything. I can imagine. And that's what forced me out. You know, I got onto to researching the paranormal later on and I realize I'm not the only one experience in this stuff. What age did you start doing heavy research into the paranormal demons about fifteen fifteen? Are that's still pretty young? Oh, yeah. Experienced fill like, I was crazy. I mean, Georgia follow me. Did you have friends? I'm sorry. Did you have friends? Yeah. I had a lot of friends, and they they never do under still going on. I mean, it's kind of like, you know, you live in houses. You don't really want to tell anybody because nowadays. Really? Yeah. You kept a secret. Yeah. I did a long time. And I kept a secret until I understood what was happening. And until I could articulate the experiences that I had in a very meaningful Germain way. But when I was fifteen sixteen years old. That's when I got into like, I said, and I begin to read things like the Bridgeport poltergeist paranoid family, haunting just a bunch of them. Did you do it all on your own tenure, or did you have some kind of teacher helping you along? No. I was just me. Yeah. It was just me George, but it was fascinating to me. In the more. I got into the stuff the better I felt because again, I felt alienated disenfranchised by my own self. I didn't understand it. You know? But once I got through all that. And I started to realize that there are people all over the world who are experiencing what I. Variance? And and that's when I decided, you know, what they need more validity. Starting in Christianity because we have a lot of people Georgia that are experiencing haunting poltergeists in supernatural phenomenon in they have no one to go to the Christian church. No, no, the kid, you know, and the best they can offer the ceelo Jains many of the best they can offer a signal. What will pray for you? What would you say the annual out of twenty houses? How many do you think are haunted one? Maybe maybe. Well, depend on. How old it is? Even though that's not really a restriction. That's not the I would say about maybe one. Yeah. Percents are pretty low. Yeah. It is pretty low, and I don't wanna seem like only old houses can be haunted. I mean, look at the Keith lender situation in Seattle. And you know, they've built that house. I think it was two thousand four and crazy stuff started happening. So, but you know, I I'm more than anything, George. I wanted to make sure that that that everybody who is like in Christianity or even Judaism just because you've experienced something, and you give it to someone who is not learned or educated or even open-minded enough to validate it does not in any way discount of liberty of your experience, your war experiencing very real things in my goal in. This was to find points of reference or frames of reference rather in the bible to help us deal with these things and really put it ease the hearts and minds of people who are. Spiriting things that they just don't understand. You have something called the preacher. Let natural apathy nominal philosophy. Yes, sir. What the heck is that? That's a good question. Good question. Well that began when I read a book by professor Henry Wyman, he was feel OJ and then went back to Harvard in the eighteen hundred I think, and he wrote a book called the religious experience of the scientific method, and he described how someone can walk into a dimly lit room and their hand touches the edge of a table cloth. And he says, even though I don't understand what I touched the experience of the touching is real. Now predator natural at phenomenal philosophy is is is understanding that what we feel might not be the spirit itself at all postulate that by describing me, let's say if I walked into a pool of water, and I created a wake in the water, which is displaced water. The wake is not me at all. But it's a secondary consequence of my presence that makes sense. And so I think that that the paranormal research right now. I mean, my goodness we have people that can download a nap go pick up EVT's. And now, they, you know, no big deal. No. The problem is again where we do. We do what the Hebrews did it in quickly is we take eight take experiences and we slack demon on it. And I think that that that that is at a phenomenal philosophy is when they sit there and say, you know, what it smells like sulfur. It's the demon of sulfur. And that's what they did. And the first second of and it just completely completely killed our understanding of what we're dealing with. Would you say that you are strictly a demon Allah gist, or would you say your demon all adjust and the next racist? I am not an exorcist. I'm strictly ideologist. Okay. Exercise them right now. I mean, obviously, you mentioned about the Catholic church and one of my great heroes. Is the absolutely preeminent Malachi Martin. Yes. God rest his soul got arrested. So he was. He was incredible. I have a first edition of his book hostage to the devil. And I keep that, you know, hidden and wrapped up and paper. So nobody can touch it. But the problem is when when dealing with access them, we're dealing with unclean spirits, and I could prove that any way we wish to in. You asked me a question earlier about why it is that the Catholic church seems to have a great authority on it. Yeah. The fact is it's not just the quoting of Jesus it's not just the asking of the name. But it's the sprinkling of holy water. Now Malachi Martin would tell you about how you know, you speak a holy water on them, and they'll know the difference between the Sanni in holy water. And and I think that that we are being were given hints to what's really going on because L all of this phenomenon. All of it can be found in the bible wouldn't holy water. If you tossed it at a demon kind of burn them. Yes. And in that that process keep thinking deal. I'm sorry. I keep thinking the wizard of Oz. When the which was dull Ston water, and she was Mel this is worse. Isn't it? It is. And and and watch this is incredible. First of all what Jodi of the D monarch spirits that we're dealing with the New Testament. Twenty two times a sixty seven King James version, Trent mistranslated K, and well, we re demons twenty two times. It was mistranslated. The original translation was two or two. Greek words, Greek words, the first one was echo Sutton. The second was Numa. We'll.

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"dr berry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Layers of textual, meaning that simple quad copter does not account for Dr berry downing believes that these ET's are definitely biblical related and demons. Yes, people do. And and like, I said, I I would I would even say that the argument really is not or the demons of the Old Testament in the New Testament and the UFO knots of today are they two different categories. And I would say the argument, isn't that? I think the argument is just. They're clearly the same creatures. But what are they are? They are they supernatural beings. And that there is a God has created humanity. Or are they again extraterrestrial beings that evolved in maybe a different plane of existence or another planet? That's the that's the nature of the argument. We're not arguing over we're arguing more over the identity, and for me like I said in my experience, I come back to the physical creature or whether it evolved and never playing that existence and can been rea- reality to get here or another planet. Is it not gonna respond to exercises? They shouldn't. Yeah. You shouldn't be hanging that way. That's why I would I would fall on the supernatural as increased by God. And even then I think a lot of the the questions that we have is in total. Or in what we imagine these things to be like, we said a lot of our of how we have you got is through artwork and through stories told by by later theologians, not necessarily by what is textually there. And that is in a lot of times we have to get past around bias. I have rejected you know, in my studies. I had to change my opinion on a lot of things because it's for me is not about being right? It's about making certain that. I'm that. I have come to the correct conclusion, and I can only do that. If I'm going to say, I'm wrong, we're taking phone calls for Jason McLean. Let's go to Gina Maria stand in Washington. Welcome to the program. Hi, Gina Maria. God bless everyone and everything everywhere and peace and love that's very kind to you. Yes. Absolutely always. So I I wanted to say I've had several cripples your experiences and mine, I believe as a pterodactyl, but they call the pterodactyl, I think nowadays or so. So there was like octopuses occupy. Not sure about that. But I'm not sure, but I believe that there maybe interventional and Mike experience happened in eastern Washington in a town called Leavenworth on eagle creek. I believe it is. I was on my daughter's great grandparents he's the land and the they had like a mountain behind their house, and we parked on the edge of the woods kind of a grassy, fields and woods and behind us. And put the tent up and have the van out, and you know, the, cooler and everything. My boyfriend has time he'd woken up, and he made itself a sandwich and went for walk in the woods. And I was laying there, and I was sleeping then all of a sudden I heard an incredible wishing town and oh God. It's so hard. Explain incredible whooshing sound like. And then all of a sudden, my ten started collapsing from the velocity and fourth of these wings that was so big. I'm inside the chant now keep in mind, and I don't actually see except for the shadow of this. But it must've been I don't know eighteen seats total wingspan, you know, you're tense about sixty or maybe five to sixty on either side of that and with collapsing my tent, and I woke up to this just freaked out when I finally went out of my tent. This is the kind of a strange part he had put on top of the cooler, the most of bread, and whatever this was the talent. Whatever much picked up the loaf of bread. And with me like screaming and freaking out in the tent. It's rocket like twenty five feet away. Jeez. Wow. Yeah. I don't know. But the wings it had to be at least at.

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"dr berry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Live as Jesus died and raised again, but his CS Lewis his point was it's not because of any merit. We might be some of the worst kids on the block. And that's why we needed salvation. But as far as the earliest thought from the color about the manuscripts of the of the old and New Testaments somehow being, you know, certain stories being eliminated and kinda manipulator there's good historic textual evidence that since we have a huge number of particularly New Testament manuscripts in multiple languages, and because of the small copying errors, which actually stand in our favor in this case, they show independent lines of transmission? So that you couldn't really have a conspiracy theory of people destroying certain ideas, they didn't like and shaping religion. Because you have independent lines of transmission proven by small small in the Texas show, kind of common descent or separate descent in in this case. And so that is very much. Unlike other religions where? The text has been could have been reconstructed at a later time. And thus would undermine belief in that in that religion. So christi- Christianity has a very strong record historically, saying, you know, because I'm not saying just because it's a religious texts, but any text where you have independent lines of transmission and a commonality of what they're saying what the text says well critical scholars can reconstruct a very close approximation of the original manuscripts. Which of course, we don't have. And that also shows that the religion wasn't manipulated overtime. Davinci code type stuff, which is a kiss until story that really doesn't have basis in scholarship. So is regarding your thoughts about life on other planets, again, it's it's kinda cool and fun to think about it. You know, what God could have made life in other places? But when you look at the astronaut, Michael evidence, and all the things that have to be just right on mentioned, a few others that I didn't mentioned earlier the right distance from the right distance from the sun, I mentioned, but the right orbital relations to a large Jupiter like planets, the right kind of protection from being hit in a destructive manner by space objects like asteroids comets, the right kind of protection from harmful radiation, like the magnetic field and on and on the number of things that have to be just right is getting longer and longer with each year. Yes, we're discovering more and more objects out there, more and more galaxies. But the list improbabilities are ultimately also multiplies do you have to take both into account and not just go by the seat of the pants. Hey, so big gotta be a lot of aliens out there. Michael, Dr berry downing. He has written a book I couple years ago called the bible and flying saucers. He's got a PHD in physics, and he is a minister in he believes that many of the things in the bible can be addressed directly towards extraterrestrial presence. He believes angels were aliens. For example, he believes that a flying saucer parted the Red Sea. What do you think of all that? Yeah. I think these these are very very unlikely they're very speculative interpretations of the text and. Look Herman, which is the science of interpretation whether it's religious text or not needs to be grounded in historical dramatical research historical background. And you know, again, I'm an expert in theory virtues virtues are the traits of a theory to indicate likely truth. That's that applies to history. Applies to science religion applies to anything. And so I have I'm very skeptical of these theories that are score score very low in these theory virtues, and I think that's one of them that you just mentioned, let's go and take another called trace in North Carolina. Welcome to the show. Hi, trace. Hey, guys doing I have a question, I guess from Michael. So the Egyptian gods and like gas tax and whatnot the different deities, and they were know animals and whatnot right, half, human half animal, and they don't care maids and whatnot. Right. And I saw it. But somebody had said that no extraterrestrial contact that kind of formed these religions, and these kind of people that go these structures the way that so many years ago without you know, the tools today bicycling's became reconstruct now hustler. Learn what your thoughts on were on the paganism. Right minutes ago before the break, Michael go ahead. Okay. Although I'm not a historian of technology. I have read enough about the history of technology know, that there are more plausible ordinary explanations. For like the pyramids. It doesn't require aliens with, you know, great intelligence tutoring humans and stuff like that. Again. Those are fun stories to tell and make for great Sifi Stargate type story lines. But again, I'm a skeptic for rational reasons when it comes to a lot of these stories, and that's another one of those. I guess we're time for break pretty soon. Pretty soon would would you be called a skeptic on almost everything? Though again because my expertise in the philosophy of science is in theory virtues. It all depends on whether the particular theory measures up to you know, some of the traits of theories series that indicate likely truth include accuracy, causal adequacy. Is there an adequate 'cause you know, if there's a net.

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"dr berry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"More and more galaxies. But the list improbabilities are ultimately awesome multiplying you have to take both into account and not just go by the seat of the pants. Hey, so big gotta be a lot of aliens out there. Michael, Dr berry downing has written a book I couple years ago called the bible and flying saucers. He's got a PHD in physics, and he is a minister, and he believes that many of the things in the bible can be addressed directly towards extraterrestrial presence. He believes angels were aliens. For example. He believes that a flying saucer parted the Red Sea. What do you think of all that? Yeah. I think these these are very very unlikely they're very speculative interpretations of the text and look Herman IDEX, which is the science of interpretation whether it's religious text or not needs to be grounded in historical dramatical research historical background. And you know, again, I'm an expert in theory virtues theory virtues are the traits of a theory that indicate likely truth. That's that applies to history. Applies to science applies religion applies to anything. And so I have I'm very skeptical of these theories that are score score very low in these theory virtues, and I think that's one of them that you mention let's go and take another called trace in North Carolina. Welcome to the show. Hi, trace. Hey, guys doing I have a question for Michael. So you can gods and like gas tax. And whatnot. Now, they have different deities and they were animals and whatnot right, half human half animal. And now, they don't care meds and whatnot. Right. And I can't remember I saw somebody had said that, you know, there could be an extra special contact that kind of formed these kind of religions, and these kind of people that don't these structures the way the build them so many years ago, without you know, the tools today by going became reconstruct now houses wondering what your thoughts on. We're on the paganism surpassed right minutes ago before the break, Michael go ahead. Okay. Although I'm not a historian of technology have read enough about the history of technology know, that there are more plausible ordinary explanations. For like the pyramids. It doesn't require aliens. Was you know, great intelligence tutoring. Humans and stuff like that. Again. Those are fun stories to tell and make for great sci-fi Stargate type storyline. But again, I'm a skeptic for rational reasons when it comes to a lot of these stories, and that's another one of those. I guess we're time for a break pretty soon. Pretty soon would would you be called a skeptic on almost everything? Well, again because my expertise in the philosophy of science is in theory virtues. It all depends on whether the particular theory measures up to, you know, some of the traits have theories that indicate likely truth include evidential, accuracy, causal adequacy. Is there an adequate 'cause you know, if.

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"dr berry" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on WTVN

"And so so that was kind of in response to well, you know, if humans are being too proud of themselves to think that God would come to become incarnation on earth, and and live as Jesus in die and be raised again. But his CS Lewis his point was. It's not because of any merit of us. We might be some of the worst kids on the block, you know. And that's why we needed salvation. But as far as the earlier thought from the color about the manuscripts of the of the old and New Testaments somehow being, you know, certain stories being eliminated and kinda manipulative later. There's good historic textual evidence that since we have huge number of particularly New Testament manuscripts in multiple languages, and because of the small copying airs which actually stand in our favor in this case, they show independent minds of transmission. So that you couldn't really have a conspiracy theory of people destroying certain ideas, they didn't like in shaping the religion because you have independent lines of transmission proven by small small variations in the text that show kind of common descent or separate descent in in in this case. And so that is very much. Unlike other religions, where the text has been could've been reconstructed at a later time and would undermine belief in that in that religion, Christian Christianity has a very strong record, historically. I'm not saying, you know, because I'm not saying just because it's a religious text. But any text where you have independent lines of transmission and a commonality of what they're saying of what the text says well critical scholars can reconstruct a very close approximation of the original manuscripts. Which of course, we don't have. And that also shows that the religion wasn't manipulated over time kinda the Davinci code type stuff, which is a kiss until story that really doesn't have basis in scholarship. So is regarding your thoughts about you know. Life on other planets, again, it's it's kinda cool and fun to think about it. You know, look, God could have made life in other places. But when you look at the astronomical evidence and all the things that have to be just right? I mentioned a few others that I didn't mention earlier the right distance from the well the right distance from the sun, I mentioned, but the right orbital relations to large Jupiter like planets, the right kind of protection from being hit in a life destructive manner by space, objects like asteroids and comments the right kind of protection from harmful radiation, like the magnetic field lawn and on and on the number of things that have to be just right is getting longer and longer with each year. Yes, we're discovering more and more objects out there, more and more galaxies. But the the list the improbabilities are ultimately also multiplies you have to take both into account and not just go by the seat of the pants. Hey, so big gotta be a lot of out there. Michael, Dr berry downing has written a book I couple of years ago called the bible and flying saucers. He's. Got a PHD in physics, and he is a minister, and he believed that many of the things in the bible can be addressed directly towards extraterrestrial presence. He believes angels were aliens. For example. He believes that a flying saucer parted the Red Sea. What do you think of all that? Yeah. I think these these are very very unlikely they're very speculative interpretations of the text and look Herman IX, which is the science of interpretation whether it's religious text or not needs to be grounded in historical dramatical research historical background. And you know, again, I'm an expert in theory virtues theory virtues are the traits of a theory the indicate likely truth, that's that applies to history. Applies to science religion applies to anything. And so. I have. I'm very skeptical of these theories that are score score very low, and he's theory virtues, and I think that's one of them that you just mentioned, let's go and take another called trace in North Carolina. Welcome to the show. Hi, trace. Hey, guys doing. All right. I have a question here. I guess for Michael. So you can gods and like gas tax and whatnot different deities, and they were animals and whatnot right half human half animal, and they don't care meds and whatnot. Right. And I can't remember I saw somebody had said that. No. There could be an extraterrestrial contact that kind of formed these religions, and this kind of people that build these structures the way the build them so many years ago without you know, the tools today by going became reconstruct. Now houses wondering what your thoughts were on Neil paganism. The past right minutes ago before the break, Michael go ahead. Okay. Although I'm not a historian of technology. I have read enough about the history of technology to know that there are more plausible ordinary explanations. For like the pyramids. It doesn't require aliens with, you know, great intelligence tutoring humans and stuff like that. Again, those are fun stories to tell and make for great Sifi Stargate type storylines, but again, I'm a skeptic for rational reasons when it comes to a lot of these stories, and and that's another one of those. I guess we're time for a break pretty soon. Pretty soon would would you be called? A skeptic on almost everything. Well, again because my expertise in the philosophy of science is in theory virtues. It all depends on whether the particular theory measures up to, you know, the some of the traits have theories that indicate likely truth include evidential, accuracy, causal adequacy. Is there an adequate 'cause you know,.

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"dr berry" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You know, simply accepted by faith that of course, faith that's reasonable face. Because I mentioned the evidence for the resurrection. And so so that was kind of in response to well, you know, if humans are being too proud of themselves to think that God would come to become incarnate on earth, and and live as Jesus in die and be raised again. But his CS Lewis is point was it's not because of any merit us. It's we might be some of the worst kids on the block, you know. And that's why we needed salvation. But as far as the earliest thought from the color about the manuscripts of of the old and New Testaments somehow being, you know, certain stories being eliminated and kinda manipulated later. There is good historic textual evidence that since we have huge number of particularly New Testament manuscripts in multiple languages. And because of the small copying errors which actually stand in our favor in this case, they show independent minds of transmission? So that you couldn't really have a conspiracy theory of people destroying certain ideas, they didn't like and shaping the religion because you have independent lines of transmission proven by small small variations in Texas show, kind of a common descent or separate descent in in this case. And so that is very much. Unlike other religions, where the text has been could have been reconstructed at a later time, and thus would undermine belief in that in that religion, so Christie Christianity has a very strong record historically, saying, you know, because I'm not saying just because it's a religious texts, but any text where you have independent lines of transmission, a commonality of what they're saying what the text says well critical scholars can reconstruct a very close approximation of the original. Manuscripts. Which of course, we don't have. And that also shows that the religion wasn't manipulated over time. The Davinci code type stuff, which is a kiss until story that really doesn't have basis in scholarship. So is regarding your thoughts about you know. Life on other planets, again, it's it's kinda cool and fun to think about it. You know, look, God could have made life in other places. But when you look at the astronaut, Michael evidence, and all the things that have to be just right on mentioned, a few others that I mentioned earlier the right distance from the well the right distance from the sun, I mentioned, but the right orbital relations, a large Jupiter like planets, the right kind of protection from being hit in a life destructive manner by space, objects like asteroids and comets the right kind of protection from harmful radiation, like the magnetic field lawn and on and on the number of things that have to be just right is getting longer and longer with each year. Yes, we're discovering more and more objects out there, more and more galaxies. But the list, the improbabilities are ultimately awesome multiplying you have to take both into account and not just go by the seat of the pants. Hey, so big got to be a lot of aliens out there, Michael Dr berry downing has written a book I couple years ago called the bible and flying saucers. He's got. A PHD in physics, and he is a minister, and he believes that many of the things in the bible can be addressed directly towards extraterrestrial presence. He believes angels were aliens. For example. He he believes that a flying saucer parted the Red Sea. What do you think of all that? Yeah. I think these these are very very unlikely they're very speculative interpretations of the text and look Herman index which is the science of interpretation whether it's religious text or not needs to be grounded in historical dramatical research historical background. And you know, again, I'm an expert in theory virtues theory virtues are the traits of the theory that indicate likely truth. That's that applies to history. Applies to science religion applies to anything. And so I have I'm very skeptical of these theories that are score score very low in these three virtues. And I think that's one of them that you mentioned, let's go and take another called trace in North Carolina. Welcome to the show. Hi, trace. Hey, guys, dealing. I have a question here. I guess for Michael so gods and like gas tax. And whatnot. Now, they have different deities, and they were you know, animals and whatnot right half human half animal, and they don't care meds and whatnot. Right. And I I follow it. But somebody had said that no have been extraterrestrial contact that kind of formed these religions, and these kind of people that go these structures built them so many years ago without you know, the tools today. Became reconstruct. Now houses wondering what your thoughts on where on Neil? The paganism of the past right minutes ago before the break, Michael go ahead. Okay. Although I'm not a historian of technology. I have read enough about the history of technology to know that there are more plausible ordinary explanations. For like the pyramids. It doesn't require aliens with great intelligence tutoring. Humans and stuff like that. Again. Those are fun stories to tell and make for great Sifi Stargate type story lines. But again, I'm a skeptic for rational reasons when it comes to a lot of these stories, and that's another one of those. I guess we're time for a break pretty soon. Pretty soon would would you be called? A skeptic on almost everything. Well, again because my expertise in the philosophy of science is in theory virtues. It all depends on whether the particular theory measures up to, you know, some of the traits have theories that indicate likely truth include have accuracy, causal adequacy. Is there an adequate 'cause you.

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"dr berry" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Hey, so big got to be a lot of out there. Michael, Dr berry downing has written a book I couple years ago called the bible and flying saucers. He's got a PHD in physics, and he is a minister, and he believed that many of the things in the bible can be addressed directly towards extraterrestrial presence. He believes angels were alien. For example. He believes that a flying saucer parted the Red Sea. What do you think of all that? Yeah. I think these these are very very unlikely they're very speculative interpretations of the text and look Herman IX, which is the science of interpretation whether it's religious text or not needs to be grounded in historical dramatical research historical background. And you know, again, I'm an expert in theory virtues theory virtues are the traits of a theory that indicate likely truth. That's that applies to history applies. The science religion applies to anything. And so I have I'm very skeptical of these theories that are score score very low in these theory virtues, and I think that's one of them that you just mentioned, let's go and take another called trace in North Carolina. Welcome to the show. Hi, trace. Hey, guys doing I have a question here. I guess from Michael so you can gods and like gas tax and whatnot. And they have different deities and they were animals and whatnot right, half human half animal, and they don't care and whatnot. Right. And I of I saw it. But somebody had said that, you know, there could be an extraterrestrial contact that kind of formed these religions, and these kind of people that build these structures the way that built them so many years ago, without you know, the tools today vice goings became reconstruct now houses wondering what your thoughts on were on the paganism. The past right minutes ago before the break, Michael go ahead. Okay. Although I'm not a historian of technology. I have read enough about the history of technology and know that there are more plausible ordinary explanations. For like the pyramids. It doesn't require aliens. Was you know, great intelligence tutoring. Humans and stuff like that. Again, those are fun stories to tell and make for great sci-fi Stargate type storylines, but again, I'm a skeptic for rational reasons when it comes to a lot of these stories, and and that's another one of those. I guess we're time for a break pretty soon. Pretty soon would would you be called? A skeptic on almost everything. Well, again because my expertise in the philosophy of science is in theory virtues. It all depends on whether the particular theory measures up to you know, some of the traits of theories that indicate likely truth include evidential, accuracy, causal adequacy. Is there an adequate 'cause you know,.

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"dr berry" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From CBS news. This is the takeout with major Garrett. Welcome back. Dr berry. Black Senate chaplain is our guest fascinating conversation. I wanna talk a little bit about your life growing up in Baltimore just north of Washington DC. This is from a sound bite from interview gave to PBS documentary, June twenty-first, two thousand seven talking about the tougher side of growing up in the poorer side of Baltimore. That's number two Kateyana night after night. The who it is a subculture of poverty and pathology domestic violence is a spectator sport. You can sit on your stoop and watch how did that affect you? How does it affect your job? Now. I think growing up in the inner city where I saw a great deal of poverty and pathology inoculated me for the challenges of life. When you. When you come home from school. On three occasions before your thirteenth birthday. And your family's furniture. The furniture is on the street because you've any victim. So, you know, a little something about homelessness. Idi knock your late you to some of the challenges of life because you're not threaten by many of the vicissitudes because you know, what an idea feels like so. That's one of the great blessings, quite frankly. Some blue singer once crooned I've been down so long better paint on my mind. So that's the phenomenon that I'm I'm talking about a second thing that I think the the experience does is it enables you to feel comfortable across a spectrum. Of people from different socio economic levels. So you feel comfortable with people who subjects and verbs don't agree as well. As with individuals who read acquaintances Suma Theologica on an annual basis. And then I think a third blessing.

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"dr berry" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"dr berry" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"That coastguard men and women have to rely on food pantries and donations to get through day to day life. The servicemembers look how used to hang with the coast guard. I used to assign the coastguard Chapman. Really? So it's like getting a missing from home. And so that becomes a part of my prayer. But I am talking to and vessel. Exact. And it's not the first time that I will be talking to him that day. In fact, I only inside seventeen says pray without ceasing prayer is the only thing in the holy bible that we're told to do continuously. And that's as another speech in another soliloquy. But that's how powerful prayer can be I promised her audience more of a of a dive into your personal life in the sense of there's mazing sound bite. We have Caccia number one. You gonna play it in just a second that talks about you're growing up in Baltimore your mother bringing home a record. I'll leave it right there. We'll take it away is part of a Fox News special October thirtieth twenty eleven Katrina play that place. Eight years of age. My mother brought home a record. And I played it over and over again until I memorize the modern fun. Have been up our data. God it was the Senate chaplain. Peter marshall. Then follow him. So you heard that record played it over and over that were this began this journey of yours. No, the journey began quite frankly, when my mother was baptized into the Christian faith while she was pregnant with me. And she asks for the Holy Spirit. The third person of the guard hit liturgical Protestants who are listening. She asked for the Holy Spirit to place, a special blessing or anointing on her unborn child. So I had never wanted to be anything. But a minister I used to corral my four siblings together. And they were my congregation, and I would give monosylabic sermons where they had to say Manno praise the Lord or received the wrath of judgment right there little bullying by a sibling. And so when my mother brought home that record when I was eight years of age, she was a domestic the only record anyone ever gave her. I couldn't even spell chaplain. I would've probably spelled it like Charlie Chaplin instead of with the correct A C H A P L A N. But I listened. By the lyrical beauty of the language of this this strange man with the Scottish brogue. And so I had a fairly retentive memory because my mother gave my siblings and me five cents for every bible. Verse we memorize as she eventually put me on a flat rate, but she did do that. And so that was my first encounter with memorizing a sermon, and I had no idea that one day. I would be a successor to Marshall. He was the fifty seventh chaplain of the Senate. I am the sixty second. He talked about memorization. I'm just telling you right now, folks mesmerized by this conversation. I'm enjoying every moment of it. That's very black. Dr berry block Senate chaplain. I major.

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