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Renowned Nanoscientist Dr. James Tour on the Origins of Life

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | Last week

Renowned Nanoscientist Dr. James Tour on the Origins of Life

"Thought. Some talking to dr james tour. I write about him. Extensively in my new book is atheism. Dead jim it. I always find myself laughing when you're talking about this because it's so it really is funny. You're describing tremendously difficult things. And then you're you're trying to explain how scientists think this might have happened all by itself. It's difficult to do this even with intention analogy. But they're actually saying we think it just happened by itself on the early earth and what you've described. I mean seems like to sum up. You're saying the more you know about what goes on the more you know. This never happened. This can never happen. I mean it seems clear. The more you talk. I mean. we're just talking about a few tiny bits of the beginning of a process and you're saying we can't even get to that that's right now. I can never say it can never happened as a scientist. I don't know what we're going to discover. But based on what we know of organic chemistry and how molecules hook together the amino acids do not spontaneously assemble. And even if you could get them to spontaneously assemble they would assemble in randomly different ways because their side groups can attach because there's different tentacles that could attach that. Take it out of the normal arrangement that you need protein or or an enzyme and then even if you could attach them. The order of attachment is critical. When you have twenty different amino acids how do you attach them. That's the information. We don't know how to do that either. What are the odds of that in other words. Let's say they just attach themselves easily. But you're saying there's an order. I mean it sounds like saying. I've got a flip a coin and it's got a land heads twenty times in a row or the whole thing falls apart. Yes but it's actually much harder than that i mean. The numbers are staggeringly small. You're going to be useful for something and if you did get one molecule that was useful for something. You'd never get another one of those so yes. This is staggeringly hard. It is difficult at absolutely every step and the amino acids or easier than the sugars which we haven't even talked about

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Dr. James Tour: The Origin of Life Has Not Been Explained

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | Last week

Dr. James Tour: The Origin of Life Has Not Been Explained

"Is it about what you do and your training and your experience that gives you the ability to say with tremendous confidence that people and i quote you obviously in the book but that people who say oh yeah. We're on the verge of connecting the dots on this whole non-life to life thing. What is it that makes you so confident that they are in fact blowing smoke. Organic chemists are much less prone to say that people who actually make molecules for living and have really read the literature on what's known in origin of life. People are much much slower to to make such a suggestion and the reason is because if we look at where the scientists come. It really hasn't progressed very far. So nineteen fifty two. There was an experiment that you were referencing. That is the me. Experiment where amino acids were made from from basic building blocks like hydrogen cyanide and carbon dioxide and ammonia and once these amino acids were made people thought Well this must be the origin of life. It's going to be no time before we figure this thing out. It's over seventy years. We've been working toward this thing and people have been working toward this thing. We find. it's much more complex than what people thought. In fact miller inury have said the same thing that it was much more complex than they thought. Now one could argue that. We haven't gotten much closer. I argue that we've gotten further away in the last seventy years

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What a Nanoscientist Does With Dr. James Tour

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:06 min | Last week

What a Nanoscientist Does With Dr. James Tour

"Dr are welcome. Thank your. I'm gonna call you jim just because you said i could but i want to say that it really was you who made me see clearly the stunning idea. That for seventy years since experiment in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. We've made no progress in determining how it is that stuff that is not life zero life suddenly turns into life. And it's i find it kind of funny for people who don't know what an ano scientist is and what you do can tell my audience. What what it is that an anna scientist purports to do well. I'm inorganic chemist by training. But i work in the area of nanotechnology where we're studying very small entities from materials to electron medicine and packaging things in small packages. And trying to have them deliver into parts of the body or or being used to strengthen materials or making a denser memories for

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Dr. James Dobson and Mark Levin Connect Over 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last month

Dr. James Dobson and Mark Levin Connect Over 'American Marxism'

"Want to thank all of your patriots out there. American Marxism is Number one on The New York Times. Nonfiction, hardcover and nonfiction E book combination. List. Number one on both lists for the seventh week in a row. It's almost two months by night calculation, and that's because of you. I was involved in a over an hour interview. With the great Dr James Dobson today. And he does a fantastic podcast. I believe that's going to run into parts on September 9th in September, 10th I don't do a lot of podcast, Ladies and gentlemen, because There's thousands of them. But I've always admired Dr Dobson. Dr. Dobson had me on his radio show when my first book came out. Men in black. What was that 16 years ago. This is the first time he and I have spoken since And we both regretted. He's a fantastic man. We'll have admired a very long time. And he wanted to interview me. For two shows and we talked for over an hour. The plan was 30 to 40 minutes, but over an hour And he said this book, American Marxism. Is one of the most important books. That has really been published. In a very, very long time.

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"dr james" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

11:26 min | 4 months ago

"dr james" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Good source potassium. Those would not be a very good source of trying to think. If there's anything. I mean nuts are fairly good source of gas nuts green leafy vegetables. Yup yeah august stuff to be consuming interesting now. You mentioned manganese earlier and how important is andrea function. where are we getting manganese. That's one that most people you know unless you are you know in our world right. You're not hearing a whole lot about manganese out there and mainstream media so let's talk a little bit about that what it does and where you get that. Where the best food sources. So manganese is probably one of the most common mineral deficiencies because it's in such limited amounts of food in so typically unless you're eating certain types of fish and very high amounts. It's very difficult. To maggie's if you're on a carnivore diet the most people probably need a mangoni supplement if you're eating animal foods now if you are eating some unrefined whole grains then you can get manganese in fairly decent amount and that's why. I consume ezekiel bread. Because it helps give me manganese magnesium and a few other minerals that are missing in animal foods interesting interesting so it's mostly going to be in your whole grains but you're saying yes but i mean the problem with that is that ninety nine percent of fold grains in the united states are highly refined. So it's really trying to find those true unrefined traditional here because you don't really know from label. If if if the flowers ran through a steel roller mellon it's just going to spike your glucose. So what. Typically i look for is just a sprouted grain and no flower just avoid. That's as flour. Typically right right so as he will read so what i'm hearing is that if somebody's following a real food kito diet so if they're following a low carb diet they're taken out loans. They're not consuming legumes. Different things like that. Would they be more at risk for mineral deficiencies or is there. A lower need for minerals. Insulin levels are are lower. Bright it so compared to the standard american diet. I would say no that. They're not at a higher risk except for certain nutrients one being mangled Interesting now because i think a lot of the research you know looking at minerals and how much minerals probably done on people that are trending more. Insulin resistant occur. So i'm thinking that you know just my hypothesis that possibly the more insulin sensitive we are the better. We are at driving minerals into the salad. Obviously being able to utilize it and so we made less made a little bit less one hundred percent. Got some magnesium potassium you have to use to drive to the site. It's hard to do that that research though. You have to find all these people with a certain level of fasting insulin and then nobody's what they need right so but that's just ninety that hit a better. Your blood sugar. Stability is right. The better of course also better your stomach acid levels are in your gut microbiome possibly the lower the amount of some of these minerals that you may need in your diet or sure you're gonna absorb them better boy and i know that Coffee as well. People are drinking a lot of coffee. What is coffee. Do particularly to salt yet. That was one of the biggest eye opener. I was researching for the salt. Fix that caffeine particularly coffee. 'cause there's other compounds in coffee besides just. Caffeine is a tremendous salt waster both sodium chloride to the extent if you consume four cups of coffee using additional half a teaspoon of salt and it's it's the most commonly consumed beverage around the world second to water so most of us are consuming some form of coffee or caffeinated beverage. Probably when you add up caffeinated beverages plus coffee probably allow over water on. Yeah you're right so people are drinking so much caffeine in your depleting saw you said four cups of coffee which is roughly equivalent to what like three hundred milligrams of caffeine or so typically eighty times four. Whatever that is three hundred twenty milligrams of of caffeine and you're losing a full teaspoon. Did you say half half half a teaspoon of salt. This is why it's important. I have an article on my my website about five ways to make your coffee more. Effective ways is actually adding salt to your coffee. Put the salt in there. That's reggie yeah and and that obviously the minerals at you're losing your getting back and also of course when people are exercising right. Which hopefully guys are that. That are listening. You're also losing the salt there to write good now. Are there any like sort of drinks or so. Make like a homemade sports. Drink that you would recommend that kind of ads in some of these things. So what's interesting. Is that a lot of the information on sports performance. They were just simply trying to replace the salt. That is lost through sweats during exercise and that makes sense that that would be enough. But what ends up happening when you when you go fairly. High intensity performance is that the blood flows chewed the working muscle and then as core body temperature rises. It also starts pulling away from the muscle into the skin to release heat. So you have this drop in blood volume that occurs with exercise and it happens pretty quickly within five or ten minutes you can lose ten percent of the blood volume to the heart so boosting blood volume before exercise with high salt solutions. Actually dramatically improved performance both in the heat and at room temperature. So there's been a lot of studies that have looked at this and really the best regimen. Is you start ingesting. These high salt solutions about ninety minutes prior to competition or exercise in you slowly consume it over sixty minutes thirty minutes before the events and you boost blood volume by a eight percent in thus preventing the drop that occurs during performance. While could no know my friend rob wolf. He's got a he's got one called. I don't know if you've you've heard that it's very high in sodium and you taste it right away. You know doesn't have any sugar and all that kind of stuff. So i've been using that definitely noticing an improvement with it but it is salty. So you gotta be careful. He had to water it down. And you know drink over time Like you're saying yes super important so really get seventy eight year typical stuff. That's out there gatorade. Powerade i mean there's so much sugar and additives and artificial flavorings. They do other sodium in there but It's about one tenth of sodium though that you actually sheds low. Yeah it's like we really low name like you said even if you get gatorade zero. The sugar doesn't really matter to moscow. It doesn't really help that much. It's the salt that's right the blood volume yep so the benefits people are getting are from the salt. That's in there but obviously it doesn't have as much salt as as you need. Which makes it actually probably more palatable right because it's because it's not overly salty so people are drinking more more more of it which they do get hydration up but of course you know if they've got the sugar in their the additives artificial flavorings. You know all that stuff going to have a detrimental effect exactly and if you don't get the salt solution fairly close doesn't have to be exactly but fairly close to the saltiness of the blood. It's going to be difficult to boost blood volume so you can replace some of the salt loss. There's swat great but the enhancement of performance. You really need those higher solutions. Yeah now do you have any like Like quick Homemade recipes that somebody like. Let's say they're going to go work out later on today. And they don't have any of these products at home but they've got some salt. Maybe some bicarbonate or whatever What's like a homemade recipe that somebody can make so what i typically do is use the thousand node. Ram to ten ounces of fluid rule in igli. If i'm gonna do something high intensity al have at least two thousand milligrams of sodium in twenty ounces of fluid. I'll do that. you know. Start ninety minutes before zoom that. And i'll also make sure i typically at about four grams of lycene to the solution makes more eligible helps you absorb the sodium and the fluid better in glycemic also cools corradi temperature down on its own. So it's a great way to spike the salt solution to make it more palatable on enhances its benefits. Wow very interesting really really good stuff. And so dr. James you know your new book. The mineral fix really really great book. I mean we touched on some of these key minerals in how important they are. Can you give just a another overview in any anything that we that we miss that the listener may be interested in getting this book you briefly touched on it in. That is the fact that the first thing to fix mineral deficiencies is to heal your own health. Reduced hikers and sugar get the inflammation down. Stop eating the junk in the garbage. So give me the junk out of the kitchen. And then you can start absorbing in utilizing the nutrients in your minerals better and then from there you can start building a healthy diet in basically optimizing minerals using and i have some strategies in the book which routes you should combine to get a full spectrum optimal amount of minerals. Yeah really good stuff. So a lot of food combination title principles so you can eating and getting the full Nutritional synergy so really good stuff guys out his book mineral. He's also got some other great books. If you wanna learn a deep dive on salt he has got the salt fix the longevity solution the immunity fix you know with everything that's been going on with cova and whatnot. This is a really timely book that he wrote last year. The immunity fix you. Wanna give a quick summary of that. Yeah the immunity was basically that we were sort of hyper focusing on Vaccines and masks and weren't we weren't looking at the major risk factor which is poor metabolic health. And that's report diet in poor mineral status and if you fixed those things these any type of services much less very wet absolutely so some great books to pick up guys you will really enjoy. Dr james is books. He's got a bunch of out there. So if you wanna learn how to optimize your health today optimize your immune system and then live longer as well you know. He's got the longevity fix as well so check that out and again. His website is dr. James denic d. i n. i c. Dot com you can sign up for his newsletter their check him out on social media instagram twitter and facebook as well. Dr james thanks so much for your time. Any last words inspiration for audience. I would say. Don't fear salts and if your sugar logo. I love it so good thanksgiving james and guys. We'll see you on a future. Podcast be blessed everybody. That's all for this show. And i want to thank you again for spending your valuable time clean today and if there was something hurting interview that you have questions on you dive into the earth. The doctor dockers dot com. Is the best place to go. If you enjoyed this episode. Please consider taking a quick moment and giving us a great review us help us influence more people in transform more lives and if you took something valuable away from this episode then please share it with someone in your life. We'll see you soon on a future. Podcast he blessed every..

"dr james" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"dr james" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Amount of carbohydrate. Yeah absolutely and and when he start implementing that saw you definitely feel better now what what types of salt should people be looking for like. What are the best types that are out there. There's himalayan sawed there's gray salts. Celtic redmond's real salts. Another good brand. What are some of the benefits of each of those. Which those do you really prefer. So how i linked to look at. It is salt to glean. We'll have to minerals. Besides sodium and chloride in in fairly clinically significant amounts either iodine or magnesium. So the salts that will help support dine would be the pink himalayans including rudman need more magnesium. You have to go and reach for the icelandic salts or australian flat salts. They typically have ten times at least ten times more magnesium some of them can actually have up to one hundred eighty milligrams of magnesium per ten grams of salt so that would be like the celtic and he said like australia gray. Salt or australia. Land salt yes. Oh celtics salt actually does have a decent amount of magnesium that's typically around forty milligrams of magnesium grams of salt. The higher of magnesium would be the icelandic. A loss landecker icelandic out. One of them is called sulphur. And then a lot of the. The australian flat salts that have basically dried up from the oceans have very high amounts of magnesium and then how about redmond's real salt. I i've heard you say that you really like that salt as well right. That one has about one hundred and seventy micrograms of iodine. Ten grams of salt. And we we need about one hundred and fifty and so i do like that especially with exercise because you lose not just salt in sweat you actually lose about fifty micrograms of iodine car. Our metrics is through swat. So it's a it's a good salt to actually sign frahm. Yeah and iodine is one of those things. A lot of people are deficient is correct yet. So they're still at at least forty. Eight countries that are considered iodine insufficient. Yeah on but there's that there's that narrow range with iodine for for a lot of people where you want to sort of keep it between the one fifty and three hundred micrograms per day march in a few circling over that sometimes you can cause diarrhea issues. Especially if you're not optimizing your selenium intake so from start doing a lot of iodine. Your selenium is really low. You can start messing with functional. Yeah for sure and so. Are there any issues with with just typical table. Salt iodized salt That's out there. More of the issue is not getting salt. So if you don't have a choice or if you look in your cupboard you don't have like these. Unrefined salts of course looking in chloride is the primary benefit of salt. Of course would it be better to get something that's undefined. That doesn't have dextrose. That's not treated with a lot of harsh chemicals. Or even sometimes he explosives to get some of those salts out of the mines so if you can get unrefined salts great if not it's still more important to support yourself intake throughout the day gap so your typical table salts better than no-salt but if you have the preference you're looking at some sort of unrefined salts some sort really high quality sought more magnesium. You're looking at icelandic salt. Or those australian mentioned if you have a greater need for iodine you're looking at more of your himalayan see-saw or your redmond's real salt exactly cool all right so good. No as far as that goes now your most recent book. Here's the mineral fix. So let's talk about key minerals obviously already talking about salt magnesium a little bit. What are some signs. That people are deficient in minerals. In the end what the prevalence of this will if we if we look at magnesium because everybody likes to talk about the the easiest one of the best data on about fifty percent of americans aren't consuming the rda magnesium which is about four hundred milligrams per day for an adult. Most people need about an extra hundred and sixty milligrams just to get to the rda which is close to optimal but really not optimal intake of magnesium seemed to be more around six to seven hundred milligrams per day though most people are actually about three hundred milligrams to four hundred milligrams non optimized. They need that much more to get to an optimal level so high problems magnesium deficiency. And now you might say well. That's just from intake data if you actually look at Iv magnesium load tests on certain individuals if people have been anti diabetic for six months or longer eighty percent of those people are magnesium deficient fifty percent of people with high blood pressure or heart disease. At any given time we'll be magnesium deficient piece on iv magnesium low tasks which is the gold standard basically give someone iv load of magnesium and. Then you see how much comes out in the urine over twenty four hours at the bodies onto a lot of it. You know you're deficient. It's like the best way to museum deficiency now of course that's an invasive procedure so the one blood tests that has actually been shown to match ivy magnesium load is something called mono nuclear blood cell magnesium so you can try to order act or if you can't simply looking at a blood test and if you're sitting on the lower end of normal that's highly indicative that you're actually deficient because the body tries to maintain a normal level so by the time if you actually haven't significantly low level of magnesium. You've been deficient for a long time. But if you're writing on the lower end of normal that's that's actually indicative that some your organs are actually deficient in magnesium right exactly and so i can't remember exactly the measurements but your typical blood test. You're looking at your. Rbc magnesium in. It's like if it's under to camera exactly the measurement there but if senator to than you're deficient which is very rare that i see somebody actually flagged deficient on the lab right but you're saying basically if you're you're bordering matt two point zero two point one or something like that that. You're already deficient. And i know that that tests really. Is you know that that lab in general though those ranges are really wide. So it's ever been something that in functional medicine that we really don't use that our bc magnesium as a as an indicator. We're looking more at symptoms but it makes sense with what you're saying that if you're trending starting to trend low than That's a sign that you're already deficient right. So basically if you're looking at like a blood test not not in our Actually just looking. At sierra sierra typically normal is considered even down to one point seven. You're still normal. Won't be flagged to freya but we put out a review paper indicating that if you're less than two milligrams per deciliter that's highly indicative own in deficiency so you can see that you have a reference range of. Let's say one point seven two two point tubing normal but less than two likely actually deficient okay. So if you're in that's a that's a very easy test to run I think it's just part of your your Comprehensive metabolic panel right so most of our listeners. If you're getting like yearly blood work done most people are getting clean. Blood count comprehensive metabolic panel. Should be in there. You're looking at serum magnesium and You know if it's under two point zero milligram per deciliter. That's the measurement end. That's clearly assign that. You're magnesium deficient but there are other symptoms. Do that people can look out for as well right absolutely and we gotta be careful though too because a lot of people have what's called subclinical mineral deficiencies. Were it's not. you don't even have cintos. But you're deficient on. A lot of people will have symptoms to a typically muscle. Cramps eyelid spasms headache. Spo phobia so if you're if you are intolerant to light that's pretty indicative.

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"dr james" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"dr james" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Let's talk about salt. Why it was demonized. Why it's so important for our health. It was originally demonized just due to blood pressure and very similarly there were scientists back in the nineteen fifties demonizing salts similar to how we demonize saturated fat they would look correlations to wear certain populations that consumed a higher amount. It was correlated that you know high salt intake may increase blood pressure. So actually it was a it was a clinical study looking at six populations but insult came out in the you know mapsi hunt. Basically fifty years later looked at fifty two countries and when you eliminated the floor on primal basically you know population that were consuming very very low. Nounce you actually had a drop in blood pressure salt intake increase so they were only basically. The studies were short studies looking at a limited amount of populations trying to find a correlation. And really that. That's where most of our guidance comes from because all our nutritional guidance stems from the nineteen seventies in basically were. This was before you had systematic reviews and meta analyses extra clinical studies in in those dietary goals that came out in nineteen seventy seven and then the first dietary guidelines in nineteen eighty. They started recommending. Low-sulphur everyone a low saturated fat low total fat high amount of carbohydrate intakes. So everything really stems from there and that's really were basically we went wrong so these were basically large epidemiological studies looking at kind of surveys. What people were consuming is that correct and also obviously which those studies can show correlation. But they can't show a direct causation. There were just hypothesis that were brought about and sometimes hypothesis when when scientists say them enough they no longer become hypothesis. They become you know scientific truth. I guess you could say but ultimately we didn't really have true interventional studies that were demonstrating that actually was causation exempt. I mean even worse to is. They were cherry picking the population. You're looking at it. Same thing happened with saturated fat. They cherry picked the six countries. Study in even though there were a total of twenty. Three countries So when you add it. All the countries back there was no increase in heart disease with saturated fat in same thing with salt when you added fifty countries back. You didn't see that rise in blood pressure with higher salt

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The Truth About Salt With Dr. James DiNicolantonio

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:28 min | 4 months ago

The Truth About Salt With Dr. James DiNicolantonio

"Let's talk about salt. Why it was demonized. Why it's so important for our health. It was originally demonized just due to blood pressure and very similarly there were scientists back in the nineteen fifties demonizing salts similar to how we demonize saturated fat they would look correlations to wear certain populations that consumed a higher amount. It was correlated that you know high salt intake may increase blood pressure. So actually it was a it was a clinical study looking at six populations but insult came out in the you know mapsi hunt. Basically fifty years later looked at fifty two countries and when you eliminated the floor on primal basically you know population that were consuming very very low. Nounce you actually had a drop in blood pressure salt intake increase so they were only basically. The studies were short studies looking at a limited amount of populations trying to find a correlation. And really that. That's where most of our guidance comes from because all our nutritional guidance stems from the nineteen seventies in basically were. This was before you had systematic reviews and meta analyses extra clinical studies in in those dietary goals that came out in nineteen seventy seven and then the first dietary guidelines in nineteen eighty. They started recommending. Low-sulphur everyone a low saturated fat low total fat high amount of carbohydrate intakes. So everything really stems from there and that's really were basically we went wrong so these were basically large epidemiological studies looking at kind of surveys. What people were consuming is that correct and also obviously which those studies can show correlation. But they can't show a direct causation. There were just hypothesis that were brought about and sometimes hypothesis when when scientists say them enough they no longer become hypothesis. They become you know scientific truth. I guess you could say but ultimately we didn't really have true interventional studies that were demonstrating that actually was causation exempt. I mean even worse to is. They were cherry picking the population. You're looking at it. Same thing happened with saturated fat. They cherry picked the six countries. Study in even though there were a total of twenty. Three countries So when you add it. All the countries back there was no increase in heart disease with saturated fat in same thing with salt when you added fifty countries back. You didn't see that rise in blood pressure with higher salt

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Galápagos Tortoise Found Alive From Species Thought to Be Extinct

Houston's Morning News

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Galápagos Tortoise Found Alive From Species Thought to Be Extinct

"Found in the Galapagos is a member of a species thought to have gone extinct 112 years ago. Evidently not. So how do they not know this? The Fernandina Island giant tortoise thought to have disappeared 112 years ago was a female scientists say. So now the race is on to find a male As if they could make some more baby turtles. Then they won't become extinct, so they figure well, if there's a female there, there's probably male two. There's probably several more of these. It's an island. When you think that how hard is it to find a giant tortoise on an island? When they could be that tough. Rediscovering this lost species. We're told, may have occurred just in the nick of time to save it. This is from Dr James Gibbs, Vice President of Science and conservation for the Galapagos Conservancy. We now we urgently need to complete the search of the island to find other tortoises.

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Hubble Telescope: The Story of Edwin Hubble

The Past and the Curious

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Hubble Telescope: The Story of Edwin Hubble

"Dr james naismith is said to heaven. Dented the game of basketball in massachusetts in eighteen. Ninety one the next year not far away in connecticut. Another sport took a big leap forward. When a man named pudge heffelfinger became the first person to officially get paid actual money to play for an american football team. Soon after mr pudge heffelfinger somewhat stardom as the first professional athlete each of these sports grew in popularity on college campuses but while football grew in popularity it also grew violent by the early nineteen hundreds. There were so many gruesome injuries and worse that it was almost banned entirely president. Teddy roosevelt door. All right sir. Theodore roosevelt had to get involved schools. Were canceling their programs. And more importantly mothers would not let their kids play the game. One of these. Nay saying moms was virginia hubble. She pleaded with her son. Edwin powell hubble not to run basically helmet lewis at full speed and to also basically looks heads of other college students. He listened to his mom and when he graduated. He hung up his dinky non protective helmet. This is a good thing because he was carrying around. What would be one of the most brilliant minds of the twentieth century and has had. He didn't need to go smashing that incredible brain into the rock hard cranium. Curiously oh mama. Hubble didn't make him stop. Boxing apparently edwin was a really great boxer and he continued his pugilist pursuit through college but when edwin hubble enrolled in school at the university of chicago he was planning to honor his father's wishes and be a lawyer. Lawyering wasn't really what made his heart thing. What did make his heart sing. Or the stars in the sky

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University of Maryland School of Medicine participates in Moderna pediatric vaccine trial

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 7 months ago

University of Maryland School of Medicine participates in Moderna pediatric vaccine trial

"Trial will study the modern, A vaccine for Children ranging from six months to 11 years Old University, Maryland professor of pediatrics Dr James Campbell telling w T O P. It's important to get kids vaccinated and protected from Cove. It is milder than adults, but Not a mild disease. It can cause very severe illness and the importance of getting vaccinated is one to protect those Children forgetting covert disease itself to is to protect them from the what we call the sick, well, a meaning the things that can follow covert disease you may have heard of like, M I s t this inflammatory disease that can occur after Cove. It and Children even once again very mild illness. On the one hand, more and more people are receiving their vaccines on the other confirmed cases are also rising around here. The Washington Post virus tracker finds cases are up recently. The Daily case count is up 9% of Virginia by more than 10% in Maryland, the overall 70 average of new cases also higher in both states In recent days, the spikes are coming as governors loosened pandemic restrictions and the impact of covert variants.

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Center steps up to register underserved South Dallas residents for vaccine

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:24 min | 9 months ago

Center steps up to register underserved South Dallas residents for vaccine

"Here's the nbc. News affiliate in dallas texas reporting from vaccine registration event at a neighborhood in south dallas with a majority hispanic population. There was tremendous turnout at this oak cliff. Vaccine registration operation for people like to minka a sparser came. I don't know how to going the internet. Sparce says turn out here sends a message chose neither. There's a lot of people here that's willing to take that time. There's a lot of people here who are willing to get the shot. So how do we ensure that people like domingo and people from other communities of color get vaccinated joining us now. Dr james hildreth. He's an infectious disease. Expert on the president and ceo of mary medical college. He's a member of the fda's vaccine advisory committee which is evaluating co vaccine's. dr hilda. thank you for being with us. I'm just floored by this. We talked for eight nine ten months about one day. If we're so lucky to be able to get an effective vaccine not to vaccines or three vaccine effective vaccine. You know we're gonna have to work to really convince people to take it but that was going to be the problem. I i'm fascinated by the difficulty. People continue to have in getting access to this vaccine access seems to be a bigger issue than acceptance. Well ali. thank you for having me. I but the problem has many layers. There's a gap of supply which all of us are dealing with. There's a gap of trust in the the gap of access that you've alluded to a and these issues are related to the same reason why african americans biden next. People are being more devastated by the pandemic in the first place. A you know. We don't have access to healthcare on an equal basis. We don't have access to technology. So all the things that led to covid nineteen disproportionate affecting the populations are reaping reflected. Now by the challenges with vaccine. Can't underestimate the the trust issue here that we've gotta make sure. We have trusted messengers organizations. That are leading the way in terms of trying to get the vaccine to the people we want to another thing is we have detected backstage to these populations not necessarily relying them coming to the back. Things are that has to be part of our strategy. We have to get the vaccine to the communities ca. Some of them just cannot make it where the vaccine have been given. That's a major hurdle. We have to get us that.

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Storytellers: Harriet Jacobs

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:10 min | 9 months ago

Storytellers: Harriet Jacobs

"Although the veracity of her story was challenged for decades are storyteller of the day is now recognized as the true author of her work. We're talking about harriet jacobs. Harriet jacobs was born in eighteen. Thirteen endan north carolina to delilah and daniel jacobs. Both her mother and father were enslaved. Her grandmother had been emancipated by her former enslavers. When harry it was six her mother died and she was left in the care of her enslavers. Margaret horn blow margaret taught her to read and write an uncommon practice for the time but when harriet was twelve her fortune changed. Margaret passed away and instead of emancipating. Harriet bequeath. terry her three-year-old niece. mary matilda nor calm. Harriet subsequently moved into the nor com household. A family that did not share margaret's relatively more progressive views within three years. Though harry it was just a young teenager she had become the sexual fixation of mary's father. Dr james nor com. His sexual harassment was unrelenting and he refused to allow harry to marry. It was then. Harriet made a calculated decision. She decided to return the advances of another white man. A local lawyer by the name of samuel treadwell sawyer. She hoped that bearing the children of a different white man with spur her master into a rage her goal was to drive doctor nor com to sell her. Her plan did not succeed after bearing two of sawyers children dr nor com punished. Harriet by sending her to do backbreaking labor on his plantation while they're harriet. She fled to her grandmother's house and hit an crawlspace. Harriet remained in hiding at her grandmother's for seven years. During this time she revised her plan. Harriet wrote letters to dr nor com falsely claiming. She described to the north. This time around. She hoped dr nor comet sell her children to their father. Eventually this plan came to fruition and sawyer bought both of his children back from dr nor com soon after sawyer was elected to the house of representatives and moved with the children to washington. Dc desperate to reunite with her children. Harriet to fled north while searching for her children. Harriet found work. As a nurse. Made for the abolitionist. Nathaniel parker willis and his wife cordelia willis dr nor com continued to pursue harriet and. She was frequently forced to go into hiding often relocating between boston and new york eventually in one thousand fifty two the willis family was able to bhai harriet freedom during her time in the north. Harriet became involved with a feminist abolitionist group. It was there that she met. Amy post amy taken with harriet. Personal journey recommended that she read a book about her life. Harry agreed and decided to write her autobiography. Under the pen name brent. Her book called incidents in the life of a slave girl was published in eighteen. Sixty one with the rise of the american civil war. The book quickly faded from public discourse and remained relatively unknown for the rest of heriot's. Its lifetime harry. It was eventually reunited with her daughter. Louisa during the civil war. Harriet worked to aid former slaves who arrived as refugees in washington. Dc dedication to the recently emancipated community. Brought harriet back to the south in eighteen sixty five. Harriet and louisa settled in savannah georgia to continue relief efforts but due to persistent racial persecution forced to flee north once more this time harriet settled in cambridge massachusetts or she opened a boarding house. Not much is known about the final chapters of harry. It's life but we do know that she eventually returned to washington. Dc with her daughter. It was there that harriet died in eighteen. Ninety seven she was eighty four years old. It wasn't until the feminist movements of the nineteen sixties and seventies that incidents reappeared. Initially it sparked controversy. The books editor lydia. Marie child was a white woman. Common thought at the time was the autobiography was actually a novel written by child in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven historian. Jean fagin yellen corrected that narrative with her annotated edition of incidents yellen lays bare at the true identity of the author and the limited role child played in publishing the original manuscript at long last. Harry its name was attached to her work. Her role as auto biographer transformed. The significance of the taxed inherits writings. She describes her state of mind. She rejected the advances of dr nor calm in favor of sam sawyer. She explicitly discusses using her sexuality. As a tool to manipulate the white men who sought to further subjugate her harry it also acknowledges the judgement she received as a woman with two children born out of wedlock in her book. She argues that it is cruel to prescribe nineteenth century. Morality onto enslaved women as their fundamental rights had already been so profoundly violated incidents in the life of a slave girl remains one of the most important books of its kind. It is the only first hand account of the life of an enslaved woman at the time and gives unmatched insight into harry. It's perspective as she fought against forces of sexual and racial oppression in doing so. The autobiography occupies a unique space in both african american and feminist literature

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As COVID-19 Vaccine Nears, Employers Consider Making It Mandatory

All Things Considered

04:01 min | 11 months ago

As COVID-19 Vaccine Nears, Employers Consider Making It Mandatory

"Or require. That is a dilemma Many employers are facing as a covert 19 vaccine comes closer to reality. Ah, quarter million people in the U. S have died from Cove it once there's a shot can that can prevent illness Should it be mandatory in the workplace? NPR's Andrea Hsu has more Only a couple of months into the pandemic. Holly Smith had made up her mind. Her restaurant Cafe Juanita in Kirkland, Washington, would not reopen the diners until there was a covert 19 vaccine. She's She's already already told told her her staff staff you you are are going going to to get get vaccinated. vaccinated. Some Some of of my my young young millennials millennials are are like like Saran Saran taking. taking. This This is is a a directive directive like like as as a a mandate. mandate. Is Is that that how how you you mean mean it? it? And And that's that's that's that's a scary thing. You know, like Yeah. Yes, yes, Smith had 28 employees before the pandemic. She's had to lay off all but five. Her fine dining spot has become a take out on Lee business. Even with a much smaller staff, Smith is serious about safety. She requires her workers to get tested. If they go on vacation with people outside their bubble, or if they're showing any sign of illness. I believe in civil liberties and all those different things, but you know, we have people who live with their parents. We have people who lived with her husband, who has diabetes. The staff have to be healthy and safe before you could move forward, she says, you know for vaccinated I think I can move out in the world and be responsible for these 28 or 30 people. Plus all the people coming in. Now, if you're wondering, Can she actually do this? Can she require her workers to get vaccinated? The answer appears to be yes, but her workers also have the right to request exemptions. Under federal law. Someone could say I have a medical or religious reason I can't be vaccinated and companies must try to provide accommodations. It's incredibly hard to manage a mandate. Johnnie Taylor Jr is president of the Society for Human Resource Management, He says Each request must be evaluated on its own merits. Now imagine if there were hundreds of them. A recent poll found four in 10. Americans don't want the vaccine, though that polling was done before anyone knew how well the vaccines would work. So this is a true headache for HR professionals. That's why you're likely to see many companies strongly encourage the vaccine, but stopped short of mandating it. Take, for example, the pork producers Smithfield, the company told NPR. They're not anticipating a firm mandate, but they want to offer the vaccine on site. Even with all the headaches, Taylor things many employers will go for the mandate. After all, they have an obligation to get rid of any known hazards in the workplace like Covad. It's real and it's devastating. So I think the dynamic changes. Employers are actually going to position this as I need to do this full stop. Now. There are some workplaces that already mandate the flu vaccine, most commonly hospitals. Dr. James McDevitt is dean of clinical affairs at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He says the annual flu shot is required for some 14,000 people, doctors, nurses, med students, even the clerks. They're sitting in a computer that don't see live patients. It's the right thing to do for society, he says. If you claim an exemption, you have to wear a mask. Now with the covert vaccine. Baylor is not going to make it mandatory until they can actually get enough supply to cover everyone and until it's been deemed safe, not just by the FDA, McDivitt says, but by his own colleagues. Johnny Taylor Jr says. Whatever companies decide there are likely to be challenges. And so Congress and state legislators are going to have to think about how to offer some protection on both sides. Legal protection for companies that mandate the vaccine in case someone has a bad reaction. Even though you will have to sign a waiver before you get the shot. They've also gotta protect the employers who decide not to make it. Mandate and then who are sued by employees who contracted Taylor has been meeting with federal employment officials telling them employers want to do the right thing, but they're in a tough spot, and they're going to need help getting through this.

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$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UCLA Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct in Los Angeles

Fresh Air

02:16 min | 1 year ago

$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UCLA Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct in Los Angeles

"The coronavirus. All the major stock indexes were up. Especially the Dow, which finished 1.6% higher. The Dow is now within striking distance of hitting 30,000 for the first time. Stocks that have been hurt by the pandemic, such as airlines and energy companies were higher. Investors were also responding to comments over the weekend from advisers to President elect Joe Biden, who said no nationwide lockdowns are being contemplated. Jim's a roly NPR news Yes and P Rose 41 points today. You're listening to NPR live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. This is where we are Now. This is me sounding the alarm that San Francisco Mayor London Breed announcing that the city has jumped from the least restrictive yellow tier of the state's coronavirus related reopening plan. Over orange and back to the red tear, and that's effective tomorrow. This means non essential offices must close down again. Jim's can on Lee stay open a 10% capacity. Among other restrictions. San Francisco Public health director Dr Grant Colfax, the rate of increase that were seen in California. This faster and steeper than the summer surge. And here in San Francisco, we're seeing an explosion of new cases throughout the city, with the virus becoming more widespread. Colfax says the city's hospitals and intensive care units are able to care for everyone now. But he warned that may not be true if cases continue to rise. The University of California system has reached a proposed $73 million settlement with seven women who accused a former gynecologist of sexual abuse as part of the class action lawsuit more than 6000 patients of Dr James Heaps. Could receive part of the settlement. Ah federal judge must approve the proposed settlement, which was filed today in federal court. Patients have accused heaps of sexual assault and sexual misconduct between 1983 and 2018. He has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges involving seven women and denied wrongdoing. He's due back in state court next month. I'm

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$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UC Los Angeles Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

All Things Considered

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

$73M To Go Toward Compensating Patients Of Former UC Los Angeles Gynecologist Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

"$73 million settlement with seven women who accused of former campus gynecologist of sexual abuse patients have accused Dr James Heaps of sexual assault and misconduct under the guise of medical exams over a span of about 35 years ending in 2018 this part of the class action suit or than 6600 former patients could receive part of the settlement. Even If they have not accused the gynecologist of abuse. A federal judge now needs to approve the deal, which includes several mandated reforms that you see a light, including a new system for investigating allegations of sexual abuse. Home. Sales in Southern

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University of California Los Angeles agrees to $73M sex abuse settlement

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

University of California Los Angeles agrees to $73M sex abuse settlement

"Of california system has reached a proposed seventy three million dollar settlement with seven women who accused a former gynecologist as sexual abuse as part of the class action lawsuit. More than six thousand patients of dr james could receive part of the settlement even if they have not accused the former. Ucla doctor of abuse the settlement needs the approval of a federal

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"dr james" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Okay. So let's shift gears. If we come to the end of the interview, let's let's ask you some personal questions. Dr James Dobson. What is your favorite kind of music? You don't really want me to answer that I really want you to answer it. I'm going to disillusion everybody here or Louis happy to hear it. I'm a Beatles Fan So I have no illusions about the needles. They had a horrible impact on society on young well. They really did but.

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Timeline of Trump's medical treatment for COVID-19

World News Tonight with David Muir

08:45 min | 1 year ago

Timeline of Trump's medical treatment for COVID-19

"Going to begin tonight with that extraordinary moment that played out just a short time ago president trump has left Walter Reed Medical Center after being taken there Friday night he has now returned to the White House tonight where he continues to battle corona virus this was the scene. Moments ago in Bethesda Maryland the president walking down the steps six, thirty, eight PM, eastern wearing a mask something we did not see him often do before being diagnosed at times he did. But now wearing that mask as he waved to the cameras, a thumbs up to the cameras you heard him say at one point. Thank you very much. He did not take any questions. Then the extraordinary moment the motorcade driving him to Marine One. Obviously, we have never seen this before this country deals with the pandemic marine one waiting for him as the president. Now for coronavirus to experimental treatments at Walter Reed also a powerful steroid supplemental oxygen, and then that Short flight on marine one that took him across from pathetic Maryland back to Washington D. C. to the White House where they will pay close watch doctors acknowledging today that they will be on guard at least through. Next weekend given. The course of this earlier today is medical team coming before the cameras they treated the president aggressively with variety of medications as I mentioned some experimental along with powerful steroid and the president's Dr confirming that the president did receive that oxygen twice testing positive for covert the president's doctors saying late today, he may not be entirely out of the woods yet. In fact, the doctor said we won't know for several days from now truly how the president is faring given the normal. Course of the virus that we have seen millions of Americans fight tonight the president back at the white. House at this hour and this evening, the number growing at least eighteen people now connected to the president of tested positive eleven of them at that. Rose Garden event including introducing judge. Amy. Coney. Barrett, not have corona virus from this but several people who were at the Rose Garden have come down with it among them. Top aide whole picks, Kellyanne Conway Governor. Chris. Christie three. Senators just. Today we learn more. We learn the press secretary Kalia Canadian to members of her staff in the West Wing have now tested positive the president tweeting today about leaving Walter Reed telling the American people don't be afraid of Covid, don't let it dominate your life it true outrage from many who point out this country just today hit two, hundred, ten, thousand lives lost, and at the president received the best healthcare in the world. Those experimental treatments many upset with him saying don't be afraid of COVID. We begin with our chief. White House correspondent. Jonathan Karl tonight with the breaking. News. After receiving some of the most advanced medical care in the world for three nights including experimental treatments usually reserved for the most serious covert cases. President Trump tweeted today that he is heading back to the White House, telling Americans don't be afraid of Covid don't let it dominate your life. He added I feel better than I did twenty years ago. Presidents. Doctor says he gave the all clear to go home though he may not entirely be out of the woods yet. The team I agree that all our evaluations and most importantly his clinical status support the president's safe return home. We're he'll be surrounded by World Class Medical Care Twenty, four seven. So how is the president really doing? It's been nearly impossible to discern amidst a series of false or conflicting statements from the White House and the president's physician Dr Shawn Conley over the past four days. Once again, today Dr Conley refused to answer basic questions about the President's health inflammation long at all. So we we've done routine standard imaging. I'm just not at liberty discuss on Saturday, Dr Conley insisted the president was doing justifying this morning. The president is doing very well the team and I are extremely happy with the progress. The president has made he falsely told reporters the president had been given oxygen one. In fact, he had been given it twice yesterday today he was not on oxygen none of this moment and yesterday with the team while we were all here, he was not on oxygen minutes after that briefing ended White House. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows pulled reporters off to the side. With, of young, getaway. Meadows then directly contradicted the doctor saying quote, the President's vitals over the last twenty four hours were very concerning and the next forty eight hours will be critical in terms of his care. We are still not on a clear path to a full recovery. Sunday as meadows looked on his head in his hands Dr Conley admitted he had not told the truth about whether the president had been given oxygen. He acknowledged he was putting a positive spin on everything to please the patient I was trying to reflect the the the upbeat attitude that the. Team the President of course of illness had Didn't want to give any Any information might steer the course of illness in another direction and in doing. So you know came off that we trying to hide something twas necessarily true. And so have. Over the course of his hospitalization, the president staged a series of photo ops designed to project strength and to prove he was still on the job. In this photo, the president appears to be signing his name to a blank piece of paper. Yesterday the president had the secret service, drive him outside the hospital. So he could wave to the cameras and to his supporters possibly exposing the agents riding along with him to the virus the move outraged Dr, James Phillips and attending doctorate Walter Reed, who tweeted all those agents must now quarantine adding they might get sick they might die for political theater commanded by trump to put their lives at risk for theater. This is insanity Dr Phillips appeared today on. I don't know what the benefits of this political stunt were but I do know what the risks were and my concern is perhaps the secret service agents that were inside. Don't know the full risk of what they were up against there and what the real threats were. Tonight, the President returns to a White House thrown into chaos by Kobe one, thousand, nine, hundred each day more staffers getting sick today press secretary Kelly mcenaney announced. She to as tested positive for the virus for day, she has been speaking to Reporters without wearing a mask even though she has had extensive contact with both the president and with hope Hicks who tested positive last Thursday to of Macanese aides in the white. House. Press Office have also tested positive in total eighteen people who were around the White House and president trump now have covert one, thousand, nine, hundred eleven of them attended the. Garden ceremony where the President announced his Supreme Court pick others including Hicks former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and trump campaign manager bill Stepien attended a debate prep meeting. At the White House the President's daughter Ivanka trump has tested negative at the debate. In Cleveland, she didn't wear a mask over the weekend she was recorded by the Daily Mail jogging with her husband Jared Kushner in their Washington neighborhood both now wearing face coverings multiple sources. Tell ABC News. There is now what one person close to the president called a full blown freak out among the White House staff New York Times reporter. Michael share who tested positive after flying on. Air Force One a week ago Saturday says, no one has reached out to him to trace his possible contacts nobody from the white. House has said Abu and asked anything about where I was or who I, who I talked to or. Who Else I might infect it. They're also serious questions about why the president traveled to a fundraiser in New Jersey on Thursday after learning hope Hicks had the virus New Jersey officials are now tracing the contacts of more than two hundred people who were there with the president sources tell ABC. News. The president tested positive shortly after he returned from that trip but hours later he told Sean Hannity he was still waiting on results so. I just went for a test and we'll see what happens I mean who knows today his Dr refused to say when the president last tested negative for the virus? I. I don't WanNa go backwards s for the president seven months into a crisis that has unfolded on his watch. He now says personal experience has taught him a lot about a disease that has killed more than two hundred and ten thousand Americans it's been very interesting journey I learned a lot about Kovin. I learned it by really going to school this is the real school. This isn't the let's read the book school and I get it I understand it and it's Very, interesting thing, and I'm going to be letting you know about it.

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What we know, and what we don't, about Trump's diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

What we know, and what we don't, about Trump's diagnosis

"President trump's former campaign manager is defending his brief trip outside the hospital yesterday which goes against CDC quarantine guidelines while others are condemning it the Dow's cases trump just wanted to thank supporters like this man man Hobley and he says the president's doctors approved the trip they were okay with the trip in the secret service members volunteered to participate Dr James Phillips is not on the president's team but is at Walter reed says it was a responsible and sends the wrong message this was a dangerous move there is no medical benefit for this to have taken place Philip Philadelphia spoke on NBC's today show I'm Julie Walker

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What we know, and what we don't, about Trump's diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

What we know, and what we don't, about Trump's diagnosis

"President trump's former campaign manager is defending his brief trip outside the hospital yesterday which goes against CDC quarantine guidelines while others are condemning it the Dow's cases trump just wanted to thank supporters like this man man Hobley and he says the president's doctors approved the trip they were okay with the trip in the secret service members volunteered to participate Dr James Phillips is not on the president's team but is at Walter reed says it was a responsible and sends the wrong message this was a dangerous move there is no medical benefit for this to have taken place Philip Philadelphia spoke on NBC's today show I'm Julie Walker

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Trump criticized by medical experts after leaving hospital to drive by supporters

Morning Edition

04:25 min | 1 year ago

Trump criticized by medical experts after leaving hospital to drive by supporters

"Sometime last week, the president felt unwell. Early Friday morning, The president said he had tested positive for Corona virus. Later Friday, his oxygen levels dropped and concerned doctors administered oxygen. Amid that concern. A helicopter carried the president to the hospital On Saturday, the president's doctor went on live TV and gave the world a fog of misleading information. Some of his statements obscured the facts. We have just laid out. Dr Sean Conley. Sonny assessment even included a statement that the president is quote slightly overweight. He's generally classified as obese. Conley and other White House officials now say he made the statements to the country on TV because off the possible effect on the patient, a single TV viewer inside the hospital. For the moment, the president seems better. And in a highly unusual move on Sunday, the infected president climbed into an SUV and rode out to wave to supporters. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is here to analyze all of this. Hey, there, Morrow. Hi, Steve. What is the medical team saying now? But we last heard from the medical team yesterday. They said the president has continued to improve so much that he could be sent home to the White House today. That's different than going home for an ordinary person. Of course, there's a full medical staff. 20 to 30 people in the White House medical unit. But at the same time we learned yesterday that the president's oxygen levels dropped twice, once on Friday, once on Saturday, and that he's now taking a cocktail of drugs that doctors say would be given to someone with a severe case of Cove Inn. We also did hear from the president in a Twitter video last night, and he looked better sounded more like himself. And here's some of what he said. I learned a lot about Cove it I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. So that video was taken right before the president did that drive by that you described to wave to supporters outside Walter Reed. That's something that has horrified some medical experts. They say that the SUV is pretty much hermetically sealed, and he was endangering the lives of the agents who have to ride in the SUV with him. One of them Dr. James Phillips, who's an attending physician at Walter Reed called it insanity. Well, in what ways has the story changed that the medical team in the White House has told Well. On Saturday, the White House physician Sean Conley, laid out this timeline that started trumps diagnosis and treatment earlier than known. But then later he had to issue a statement walking that back. He also seemed to tie himself up into pretzels to avoid lying. At one point, Connolly was asked did the president's oxygen level drops below 90? He said. Well, it was below 94, but it wasn't like they were in the low eighties or something. So I'm not sure what you wanted space. Yeah, a lot of space there, but he did give a very positive impression of Trump's condition. On Saturday, Just moments later, contradicted by an anonymous source from the AP learned was chief of staff Mark Meadows. Later, Conley was asked about this, and here's what he said. I was trying to reflect the upbeat attitude that the team president, there's course of illness has had. Didn't want to give any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction, and in doing so, you know came off that we're trying to hide something. It wasn't true. So it's what you were describing earlier kind of audience of one problem Thiss sounds like he was saying what he thought the president wanted him to say. You know, the White House has gone to great lengths to make sure the president does not appear appear in feeble DDE in any way. Made sure that he went to Walter Reed. While he could still walk to the helicopter and the implicit message of that limo ride yesterday. The SUV Reid was that the president is fine. Mara is it normal for presidents to be less than forthcoming about their health? Well, many presidents have been less than forthcoming. FDR was rarely photographed in the wheelchair. JFK had a variety of health issues, which weren't described accurately. But I don't think we've ever seen such an extreme version with as little transparency and as much confusion as this Mara. Thanks so much. Thank you. You're what's NPR's? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. All right. Now let's work through what treatments the

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"dr james" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Good data. Yeah, well, I think it really useful just to if anybody is interested in the evaluation of systems. Like I'd be more than happy always to have a chat about how they're going about doing that and and just how we can my life each other about the ways in which we evaluate these systems their work. They were doing in gloucestershire. That's really on quite a small small budget in terms of like the grant allocation that we have. So it's it's knowing what what can we work with in the real world to evaluate these systems approach. So if anybody's interested in that then I'd be very happy to have a chat and and learn from each other from sounds good. So, is there something you would like to bring bring up into this discussion before we wrap up? I don't think so. I'll know I think I'm kind of cut it off everything that we're hoping to talk through it was an honor to have you as a guest. In fact it in the podcast it was it was very very interesting discussions about systems approach and physical activity communicates. And so thank you for taking the time for podcast dreams. No, thank you. Thank you for the invite and I think it shows how useful to it can be in terms of connection. I fully agree. Yeah. No, it's been really good. Thank you. Yep. Thank you cheers on it brought tears. Thanks for joining us this week on physical activity in research report contains. If you like the show, make sure you never miss an episode. I am subscribing or following the show on Twitter. This podcast is made possible by listeners like you thank you for your support. If you found value in the office show. We would really appreciate rating on Apple podcast for which Ever After you used or if you would in a real old school way simply tell a friend about life, so it would be a great help for us. We have a fantastic line-up of guests for coming episodes to be 32 in. Thank you all for your support and have a great day..

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"dr james" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"That Dr James, Smith JR JUNIOR DOT com, and there you can find resources information or be led to additional resources. It's huge. One of those things we take for granted until it actually landed on our doorstep and it's in my front seat of my life, my life car. Great can we shift the dialogue back to some of the business talk show? In the first segment, you made a really good distinction between fear and uncertainty. I want to ask you to create a distinction now because it's something that you mentioned briefly in passing and that is right now and every day in life the only constant we face this changing. What's the difference between what you describe as change versus transition? Thank you. Thank you, change. Is Situational. Try transition the psychological. The changes the actual boom now this is there. But because this is now there. Doesn't mean psychologically I'm there to. Mentally emotionally, I might still be there. So we'll organizations leaders don't do they make the change expect people to be there with them. There's the loss the letting go there is there. The melancholy moments? This change was forced. I like this. This works for me. And it's GonNa take me a while. To get to there actually William Bridges and his book making transitions talks about the first step after letting go. And loss is the neutral. Zone. And when you're in the neutral zone. It's like, okay. I've had to move I have one foot in the past and one foot in the future I'm still not. They're still part of my transition then finally. Into, the new opportunity, but it takes a while magic someone has gotten divorced especially the person who did not want the divorce. They're not gonNA go from being divorced to now being single mingle and Out there doing things they're going to. Wow. That hurts. Memories what am I gonNa do now? WHO CAN I turn to? He or she won't be there to fix things he or she. Now Okay It's been a few months. It's been three years. And then finally. This is my new life and I believe organizations and leaders. When they go through change, they force the new normal on people. Let's focus on results. We're now focusing on people transition helps with that. we about five minutes ago in the segment. I there's a lot I want to cover some good at ask you to tip these in soundbites. When you talk about change. One of the things that leaders have to deal with is changing. Tools changing ways to solve problems in a constantly changing environment and I know you've got some advice for leaders in that regard as well. Stop using old approaches an old mindset, all tools for new challenges..

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"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

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"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Just a sort of Faith disposition that will receive forgiveness in return. So I don't think you have to read that passage is suggesting that for every single person that God made he dead, you know, it keeps no record of their wrongs. I hope he keeps a record of all Satan's wrongs and all the the wrongs of those who were, you know, the perpetrators of the Holocaust is because they were unrepentant and they refused to show Mercy to others. Does he not have the best memory? Why does he need a book to put it on? It's a metaphor you're being you know, it's an anthropomorphic expression. You can't be literal with that. I can't be taking the Bible. Literally now you're going to tell me that being born again. You have to climb back into your mother's womb. Oh man. Do you have two bellybuttons? If you're born again? How's that work? You know, it was Nicodemus that came to Jesus, you know started asking these questions and Jesus says he must be born again and he's like, wait a minute. How can a man get back inside his motor? It's like wow, Pharisee then that's a pretty flat-footed life. Isn't there I've speaking metaphorically, but Jesus spoke probably mainly in figurative language. I mean, he's just full of metaphors and figures of speech and I think we get in trouble when we impose literal readings on a lot of what he says and Paul as well throughout scripture Genesis. There's a lot that song Rid of their but that and yet there's a lot of historical to you just have to use careful hermeneutics didn't to discern what is literal what's figurative separate the exact generation from actual historical evidence or historical documentation? Yeah, that's right. And so there's a lot of In-House debates over that. I mean think about you're familiar with the origin dates. And so you have you know, some Christians and other you know, Muslims and Jews who would be theistic evolutionists others, who would be more special creationist and different hybrid views there in a lot of it turns on how you interpret Genesis one and that's right. There's a lot of different ways to interpret this book a lot of different ways to you know, take the words that are written in it. How do you know which one's the right way? Takes work just like in science and history and philosophy. There is no.

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"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"I would appeal to Edwards argument which I think is powerful and in the end for which God created the world that if he isn't self-seeking then he would be imperfect as God he needs to kick his own good but he is also other seeking seeks the good of others. That's that's the point is once he's self-seeking billion. He stops being the loving wage whatever that this verse describes this versus describing what love is he is not that thing he's not think we'd have to go back kind of stuff and I don't need a Greek in that passage, but it might have the connotation and denotation of being exclusively self-seeking mean you can be self-seeking while also at that point. There's not proud about that one. He's very proud of himself. Give me all the attention to look at me me me me. I did this I did that. thought the whole Old Testament. Look what I did. brought you out of Egypt dude made this giant theatrical show for no reason. Killing a bunch of kids and then he wants to be worshiped and praised for it throughout the whole Old Testament whole Old Testament. Hello. Get me what I did for you. Come on guys. I mean that's that's Pride right there. He's so proud of both after he's very boastful. So this is pride if we look at that price, it's vicious pride is it is just it says not proud. Well, there are two kinds of fried one is opposite humility. That's bad. The other is opposite shame and that's good. So you don't have any kids right or do you ma'am I do home? Are you proud of your kids Michael? Sometimes I am proud of the things they do and sometimes I wonder why they did the things they do and I think it would be appropriate to be proud in the sense of not being ashamed of the fact that you have a successful podcast. There's.

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"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Okay. One of them is at every effect has a cause you believe that every can't prove it has a nature is uniform that the laws of nature will continue to hold in the future is they have in the past month that you report it is you can't no no, no cause and effect. I see the effect of it Yahweh. There's nothing The fact that you believe it will hold in the future regards an event that is yet to take place. It's clearly Faith. Every philosopher would agree on that point. I'm not a farmer. How about this one your belief that that other people have their own thoughts and feelings that other Minds exist. I've seen it that I've seen the evidence for it. I no longer need faith when I see the evidence Faith things. I don't need the fake. What do you see on tell me what you see the emotions and other terrible. You called him emotions what you here right now. Like I know that they tell me about their thoughts and feelings. I know they're real because they're standing in front of me for all they you know, for all you can demonstrate. They are automatons that have been programmed to respond to human certain ways all the true not true in The Truman Show. They're all that cannot prove that other page have mine. This is one of the howlers in the history can't prove that other people have Minds unless I open up and look in their mind and when you can do that with brain surgery with x-rays and stuff like that, you know, can see their mom. You see how long I'll you see his matter your cell phones firing. You can actually see right. I don't need faith in a debt and you see that in the dead body to you don't have thoughts are visible. Yeah you do you assume not with everything I can see it. There's no faith needed..

"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"It's a little bit of a strawman there, you know, when we're talking about character development to a degree perhaps that we can't even conceive. We might say that even the most difficult things that people have gone through are worth it in the end. So there's that and then that's not the only theodicy. There's also the Free Will theodicy and the natural law theodicy which took us about natural consequences of human behavior, including Rebellion. All of those have some explanatory power. I believe do you see what I always wanted tonight month? How do I do know that these are good questions. I mean is your questions I spoke with you're not asking any questions. I don't wrestle with myself as you should I mean these this it doesn't make any sense. You know, it doesn't add up. Do you think you always loves us and wants what's best for us? Yes, I do. Let's look at love. What does the Bible say about the 1st Corinthians? 13:4 three love is patient. Love is kind. It does not envy it does not boast. It is not proud. It is not rude. It is not self-seeking. That's interesting not self-seeking. It is not easily angered. It keeps no record of wrongs interesting love does not Delight in evil. But rejoices with the truth it always protects always trusts always hopes always preserves always those words always they're kind of like nails in the coffin for this. Let's start with the beginning love is patient. Love is kind love is does not envy it does not boast. It is not proud. Yahweh's very boastful about himself. He's very self-seeking says it's not rude. It is not self-seeking. It's all about Yahweh. He's birth self-seeking. So does that mean you always not love or does this love description? Not describe Yahweh, and he gets a pass. Well, two things here one the fact that God would even sacrifice himself for the sake of humanity everydays back in heaven. I'm not much of a sacrifice. And he's a guy. I mean, come on, not much of a sacrifice. They're sacrificing more. It's pretty tough to belittle that kind of extreme self sacrifice, but there's that day suffering and three days in a grave and now he's living up eternity in heaven. That's.

"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"It could be a boot dude doing the terms like that to it. When you put terms like dinosaur onto it. You're you're describing it or when you terming it with my life being right? You put your weight of my dinosaur deity. She's a deity. That's the difference. You're you have a deity. You're you're invisible man. He lives in his Golden City on chair and what not then I have my dinosaur deity. She's invisible and she lives in the clouds. How do you decipher between the two? How do you distinguish which one is real? So that's when we have to start talking about specific attributes. And if that deity that you're naming invisible dinosaur whatever wage, um, if that if that term is applying to a being that has all of this power knowledge understanding and creativity then fine. You can change it whatever you want. You know, the question is do the attributes match up to what is metaphysically necessary to account for all of this. I can make it fit just like you can make always thought the things it right the interesting a student myself. I'm a I'm a dinosaur theistic Club. Yeah. I can bring anything into this position, you know without him coming down and verifying anything without him showing up and say hey guess what? I'm here. I exist. I can literally put anything in there. Yep. Boot my dinosaur deity. You see what I'm saying? Yeah, but just in terms of logic reason and coming up with explanatory hypothesis, you're not permitted to do that again, whenever your concept is it needs to account for the data. Right? I mean it look at the explanatory power that is required of this being and that is what what is going to dictate the attributes it has again you can you can put any name on it you want but it's going to have be all-powerful. I'm going to have be all-knowing, you know and super white page and once you affirm those things that's your your real really close to classical theism..

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"dr james" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on Defocus Media

"So, that was the watershed moment once I started researching in one before developed effects. was only after because anew almost doing something that was not explain with current. Right. That's and that's very intriguing to me because it obviously I feel that in your intuition seem seems that it would be discovered the biofilm and then you want something to clean it. Remove. It, but it actually was other around. So I think that's kind of kind of a cool cool story in that sense. Now, you've already touched on it a few times. Because, we know that now we know that this is part of the sort of the. The process, right. The biofilm in inflammation in the dry, but I'd love to go through what you call the. B., S. if I'm not mistaken the four stages of it, if you don't mind kind of explaining those four stages beginning with the you know the biofilm being there in the effect that starts to have on the island. Well once I sort of put it together in figured out what was causing the dry ID's. Bacteria building biofilms, the biofilm becoming thicker mature. Leading the CORM syncing June activation, and then leading to the various factors being produced more food source once had figured that out. I thought there has to be a better way to talk about this. because. I've professionals were talking about it as either left varietes or dry eye disease or my Bowman Gland dysfunction or Eglise is there's just all these terms were being used. Nothing really explain what was going. On fought with this new knowledge, we have about dry. I wish you'd be calling list disease, have one term for it, but let's everyone know it's one disease. Instead of multi overlapping diseases and all that nonsense, it's one disease. What would be a good name for it and I thought drawn I blood a syndrome because it really is a singer has multiple different presentations, multiple times of of our lifetime than star to does different things depending on different structures, but it's one the allergy. Induced by biofilm. Just thought John Ambler fraud singer made more sense than anything outside heard in. It makes a nice a nice lab. Anonymity the letters making on the term, but DDS you know it makes it makes a nice abbreviation. Or for what the diseases deb's. Yeah. Except for anybody who's named Dan by think might be a little upset with it. Ex Wife is yeah. Well thought that makes sense. It's called debs in editor applies to everybody who has intimate story eyelid March. And then it was a matter of the state is okay. We all know that affects the my bony claim that that's later patients. What's it doing earlier than that? Is there something that happens earlier? It really helps us explain what receipts Well. If you look at the image, the eyelid, it becomes pretty easy to understand that the stages of deb's really depend on the anatomical structure being affected. So. If you think about it in terms of when it starts were a child, you did this just the layering on the lid margin, not causing any problem Jacobs's too thin. What's the easiest structure for that biofilm to invade? In. The easiest structures of the eyelash follicle because there's a space beside the is goes entity eyelid. In those is the last bulb and that's very small little structure. Destructions. So. It would make sense that's I in indeed. You see that clinically. Because before you see my booming gland disease, we'll see patients that have what we call a volcano sign. Health at The. Tissue pounds up. Right, there were the last I, the margin. Indicates a Gema something. You've never really heard describes what we'll call it a volcano sign, but no one will use what that meant. Well, it's simply because the last ball is a Denver's inflammation now going on inside the rational down deep cyber. that. Can accumulate more easily in that trap space. It reaches quorum sensing sewer in start getting virulence factors in Osh follicle, and that might lead to a little irritation book from by and large. It's rather as symptomatic. You'll see the slowing at the. Now to any doctors are watching this. I challenge you to go back. Start looking at your patients. Look at the base of eyelash in, you'll be amazed. You'll be hard pressed to find any normal looking I live marginals. You'll be hard pressed to find anywhere. The skin comes in flat in the dies down along Fogle, the all come in and go indicating the slowing in that area. I was putting together some of our material showing stages of DABS. And thought, well, I need of garlic stages ago, Rep-, stays length through for, but I need a normal, right. I have thousands of fissures of idol eyelid margins on my phone from using my latch. Cam? All the trade shows ebitda demonstrating thousand. So I start looking for a normal. I couldn't find one. Every single it at evidence a fully. EDINA base. So I called my four year old son to come in the kitchen zanuck many onto capriccio. Eyelids have a normal because he's only four, right? Yeah. We're behold he has similarly fluids realized. Your doctors will see it in every, but if they know to look for it movement. Olym- back on the land and looking at the Basal. All your contact, lens words. Right. Though. It's easy to understand. It's a small structure easy to invade early on its. stage. One. Now, what takes longer to invade will mabul mainland. It's also on the lid margin. It's right. There were the biofilm is. But it's a small orifice. Dr To get down in there. You also have this constant. DEF- walks of my of out of that. Takes longer. To, get the my boming glance with my moment with. With him than it does last follicle. So I thought that makes perfect sense. That's why we see lots of But my less come. So pretty common as you get older. which makes sense. It just takes longer to get larger structures, Mambo mainland fix longer to get done in their inhabit effect, but eventually it will. About the weeks. I because my feeling was, it's part of the same disease. How does that try and I'll have doctors of my lexus intensely? Well, that's. Way Up in the forty, these the assessor abuse glanced glance across mobile from how does that play into on the lid margin? Well, south think about it. Well, they are remote in the lid margin. Lived Martin that's going to happen first follicles, my bone. England. But Hannah, the eight you slams get involved. Well, my theory is the biofilm look. It's like. It's like love remember the pictures of away on why have lava was slowly creep down cloud on a house or a fence or wrote nothing stops that stuff, right? biofilms the same way. You will not stop. Wine invades every orifice. follicle lands mole boming lands. But my thinking is it also probably creeks up the top people condylar. Very thin attenuated layer never accumulating like a dozen, the margin, but a very thin layer. Waking I've movement Lids and all that never really accumulates verdict but acts as a thin bridge. Glance across Wolfram that are just above the up in the form of season above the. So that's how I think it gets it, but it has a second mechanism if ever turns out to be true. It has a second mechanism because biofilms always seed their environment, little bits always flicking off into the environment. Every. Day You have hundreds of little bits jumping off into the tear film. WAS NOT. A strict imagination to thank that low piece gets a toehold in blind across.

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"dr james" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on The Know Show

"Emails. That's no. That's. Part of the the cell. Do Yogi Life in India and Vegetarian. Either just the I guess. Simple ways I the way I walk away when I eat what I. those kind of things are very much. Influenced by by what I learned from my Inde-. But at the same time. My life as extremely different, though yeah, of course of course. So, what would you? Kind of advice. Would you give to somebody who's interested in in Yoga studies or learning about yoga? Learning about yoga well as Arnovitz We one of the. Very few universities in the world happened in A. Yoga and meditation We've got a Senate Yoga. Studies where we constantly putting lectures, and so I would end. We've got each channel, so you can look previous lectures since the lockdown. We've been doing a lot of lines. I would suggest that people to look at some of that stuff for the. Book meets of Yoga. If something interested in yeah, you can we looking actually at sauce into incorporating yoga studies a certain amount into undergraduate courses as well. Yeah and then if you really really came I mean. In terms of achieving research options, I think as I said to agree I mean. It's pretty important, but also some of these Yah languages. Unstudied text in some of the more Persian Muratti. Act Kannada Telugu some of the southern Indian languages as well. There are some tax which Katie important ticket for the early history of Yoga. I think will be very fruitful avenues future research. Yeah. If if you don't down the road, I think at checkout. Center Young Studies, the offerings we call that enabled meal. And also some school because we're not doing it this year. Because we started the Senate the studies in two thousand eighteen last year we had some school, which was a great success at she we had. Twenty twenty five people from around the world, and we had lots of great academics coming in and. ASKING ME, Iran! We had some practical stuff back. Obama is We and there's lots around, so s in London in British Museum, British Library. To all these great collections of yoga manuscripts, and so that was a nice white again kind of hands on understanding of this. Sources we went with so not yet. I think eight I feel. Hopefully next year we'll be able to some summer school, so I would. As a a good way of kind of getting a taste for younger studied since everyone, and then that might. Go on and do. Yeah. Absolutely absolutely, and where can people find you online? Online well, we I'm on twitter. Is Jim Mallon I tend to promote stuff that a bit I know I. Said bit wary social media facebook. As well has its presence combs studies. We do permit stuff. Through facebook and instagram. On instagram Oh, you're on Instagram Izzo so I'll I'll do is I'll. I'll provide a link to to audit these on on the videos in on the. Project is the Hotel Yoga Project, and that's go website so. If you can yeah, I'll link. Just, send it to me and all link the into the to the shows will. Jim It's been a pleasure speaking to you reading Joyce. I think I think it's going to be fantastic so this going to. Those of our audiences will be interested. Yeah, well as I, say just have a think like I can send you..

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"dr james" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Leave out adoption. We don't always tell people like repent regenerated be adopted in to be a child of God and you kind of alluded that there every day. I'm on I'm on twitter and I started doing like a daily tweet. I just I was. I was anti twitter. I just didn't know how it works because it's different facebook. How it is better for me. I've never been able to get into. We have one but I never use it but I started putting being a little more. Twitter savvy in my twitter game comes up but I I sort of putting out a daily one. That's had just repent and believe repent and believe the Gospel. And then somebody said well. Can you explain that more and was it? It was I think Ted Rosenblatt. Who's a Lutheran Minister? I believe but We can listen to Lutheran brothers there. Some of these salad and So he kind of changed it a little bit and I've been I've been sharing that so this repents and believe the gospel of Christ died and rose from the dead for centers by name. He did all the work necessary to rescue you from how and bring you eternal life with him. Believe it turned to Christ and live so that just brief definition of what it means to repent and believe the gospel so we have that turning to Christ and we have the explanation. He died for centers by name which is crazy that he died for you and me. He Knew Our Name when he's on the Cross. He's dying for James Watkins. He's dry dying for Darryl Updike. He knows all our sins. He took that upon him and he did all the work necessary. So his his active life of obscene looseness was for me and he rescued me and you and all by name who believe from hell to bring us to eternal life with him to to adopt us. Oh God the father can adopt us and then believe it calling people to believe it is a form of turning from what they believe now to believe this turned to Christ and live. Amen Amen. Well obviously being we. We just can't capture this entire thing in a forty five minute episodes however long unfortunately at Subject worthy of returning to Again I think I think it's worthy for me to continue studying that other side to gain a little bit more understanding Again I don't WanNA misrepresent anybody. I don't WanNA misrepresent the position. This is what I've gotten from the study that that I've had the conversations that I've had with people who hold this I do think it could be very concerning. I do believe that it slips heavily into anti NOMI ANISIM. It seems to allow room for justification for sin in In your life and a bail amount against that Greece may abound meant the guys from five solas dropping pennies on the floor seeing if there's a jusoh rappaport of the rappaport featured at checkout his daily and weekly podcasts. He did that. So we could get a plug. Blazing gentlemen comes happens. When you're g three anyone can just pop up to the Mike Love. It's love but Lazio what we're GONNA do now is I again. I did have a conversation with Dr. James are white are the real James White O- on this subject of repentance just kind of a quick little conversation that we had ten minutes or so on this conversation so I'm about to put it at the very end of this episode but ladies and Gentlemen I Would Proclaim The gospel of Jesus Christ that we are all centers blasphemers adulterers murderers at heart. Who Desperately Need Eternal Life? You need to place your faith in. Jesus Christ why? Because if not you'll go to hell you will pay for your center all turn own your own accord you need to repent you need to change your mind about who God is you need to place your faith in him and everybody just has such a terrible terrible need for savior and that is all that we hope. The Hooker proclaim. We are saved by nothing less than Jesus blood in his righteousness. He is absolutely everything he is sufficient in. Our shirts is not found in and of ourselves. It is found only in him but lazy. Gentlemen this is James Watkins with the fossils. Podcast here with Mr Narrow Updike all right ladies. This has been a fun episode. I've enjoyed doing it. That you were edified escorts a lot of conversation. Not Controversy. Had No desire to offer controversy. I have no desire to be divisive. I just say this is a topic. We need to discuss Again looking here at my beautiful bobble posted or sluts. Jeffrey Rights. You Guys. Please check the amount Give a listen to the other podcasts on the Christian podcast community. What are we even doing here? Podcast with Mr Daryl and Karen Updike Rap report apologetic slob. So you WANNA be a podcast or the other forty six podcasts. Andrew Rappaport host We we have a lot on their Christian podcast community dot Org Melissa and something for everyone in laze jump in here. Is the interview that I did with. Dr James Are White. Thank you very much for listening and make all that you do being done to the gory of God. Welcome everyone to the five. Solas podcast this is your host James Watkins and I am thrilled to have you all listening and very thrilled with the person that I have sitting right next to me. A person that I have admired throughout my Christian walk someone that has been very influential in my walk whenever I converted from an atheist and come into Christianity and started learning sound doctrine and that person is the doctor. James Are White Dr White. Thank you for joining me to that. Good to be with you. So you're white. I'm GONNA keep this kind of short. This is going to be a special episode of the podcast that you've got a lot of pressure to do. I've still got a sermon to prepare having started but I'm not. I'm not finished it. Well I'm not going to keep you too long. Just have a kind of a a subject that I want to touch on are sitting here whenever you did the interview with Eddie Roman and you made a very simple point repent and believe so. I want to dive into this word repentance. 'cause I'm kinda seeing stuff coming up with that. Maybe we should not tell people to repent So just to kind of start it out this word in the Greek manorial. What exactly does this word mean? Well I mean it. Basically has the has the meaning of a a reversal of one's direction. And so if you're going one direction than you you turn away from that and you go the other direction and so when you attach it to talk the concept of sin it is a fundamental rejection of idolatry or whatever the send you may be involved with and turning away from that any turning towards something else and so it was central to the message of Jesus. It was central to the message of the apostles. You're not the first person today. Who's actually asked me this question that there are people who are specifically arguing that if you use the term repentance. You're confusing law and Gospel. I don't know how you can possibly even define Gospel without the concept of repentance and if preaching repentance means that you're confusing long Gospel then Paul and the Apostles and Jesus Confused Long Gospel There are commands in the Gospel. And if you if you go so far as to say that any command means you are giving law rather than Gospel that I think. You've fundamentally misunderstood the categories. It's it's one thing to recognize that the law's intention Can NEVER BE TO JUSTIFY. The law was never intended. Justify the law's intention is to lead US unto Christ That we might be saved by grace through faith. That's fully understandable. That doesn't mean the law does not then not have a function within the Christian Life. It very very clearly but that does not mean that the law is not used by God for example as a restrained against the ungodly and it does not mean that you cannot bring the law to bear to. We live amongst people who though they have the law upon their hearts because they're made the image of God Have been given a world view that fundamentally says there is no revelation from God by which you can understand what is sin and what is not said and so the idea that we have to communicate. Is that because God is God and because God is the one who gets to define what is right and wrong that there is a need to turn.

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"dr james" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

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09:13 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"That and but we can't assurance issue or reassured because of war on the scale of one to ten where we are today because that's not what the Bible is teaching teaching. We are assured because of Christ's finish work yet. We are still two to repent the Westminster Confession of faith. I'm not Presbyterian or anything a chapter fifteen chapter fifteen of Repentance unto life and this is a historical Christian belief repentance unto life is an evangelical craze the doctrine whereof is to be preached by every Minister of the Gospel as well as that of faith in Christ so historically repentance has been preached by every Minister of the Gospel as well as faith in Christ because without repentance. We don't have faith in Christ right right and then again you know it's a matter of repentance is granted by God. Faith is granted by God yet. There is no injustice upon God's to command all men everywhere to repent. No there's no injustice whatsoever again God's holy now this is what this article says it says Sorry for people. I'm just trying to locate where here's not. Fleeing from. Sin Repentance is not fleeing from sin like affairs turning to God and fate. I would agree with that. Yeah I would agree with. That is a change of mind okay. So I'm an enemy of God right up Apart from God's regeneration and His his sovereignty in saving us and giving us at Newhart. I'm an enemy of God. Whenever God quickens my heart whenever he transformed from heart of Stone Harbor Flesh. I have a change of mind granted by God about who got is. I'm no longer seeing God as an enemy. I'm seeing guide as as my king is my Lord. So what is the result of that then change of mind? Do I want to just say okay. My Mind's changed I've put faith in Christ. All is good okay. We're done. Nothing else needed here now. We don't do that. I mean we we know. We know of Carnal Christians the Bible sweets about Lukewarm Christians. I mean there. There's just so many warnings and even the sixteen eighty nine one about this confession of faith has a section on repentance. So this is kind of coming. We're I am truly reformed right Now I mean the historic confessions which the confessions are not scripture right. Yeah you know. They're they're an outline of of the beliefs given with with teachings within scripture. They are meant to keep us within Orthodoxy to keep us from flying into heresy. Right right well even even like the part of the confession I just read in probably in the In the sixteen eighty nine they probably copied right from the Westminster here but I don't have that for the but I know a lot of it's the same it has. It has proof texts to these these confessions. So it's not like the the vines just wrote this on a whim they have proof taxes and it says for for what I read before eleven eighteen when they heard these things they held their peace and glorify God saying then have got also to the gentiles granted repentance onto life so the gentiles are not the Jews the unbelievers and they're seeing God grant them repentance onto life so it's a it's a turning away from what they were believing before that they the rejection their hatred of God they're they're worshipping false gods and idols and and they weren't near to God and God's bringing them in you know all who are far off God is is bringing in and even in acts two. You know what we do to be saved. Repents in the baptized. Believe it. The promises for you and for your children are all who are far off all that God will call onto himself. Yeah so I know the common Argument that I've seen from that is whenever you are seeing that repent and believe the Gospel. Anything that says repentance in in the context of Jesus saying is he saying to me they would only have the old testament at the time right. So it's basically saying you need to change your mind about who I am in. You need to believe in me as what it is but again it goes back to what is a result of that. Change your mind. Is there anything different about the person wants? God has granted them that change of mine is urging transformation or is it more same so I think that we have to make that distinction that it's okay. My mind is changed. What now and I think the definition you gave it the beginning was perfect. Change of mind then. Leads TO CHANGES IN. Actions is it. Perfect is a perfect changing actions. No way no way not at all but you should see that fruit manifesting over time in the reason why you see that is because you've been changed in heart and that's how saying that you know you're not going to backslide. You're not gonna you know you can have a person who has lived in a grievous sin their entire life take take somebody that is Heavy pornography watcher. Okay you have this person who before being saved there watching hours and hours pornography at a at a day this person gets. Here's The Gospel preach. They have a change of mind about who got is okay. I'm no longer enemy. I'm a child of God. Miss upon faith in Christ which is granted by God as well. Okay so what happens in was a result of that is going to be any kind of transformation is going to be a change of mind about that sin. Of course you're is. You're seeing it from in the mirror of the wall that you aren't adulterer at heart. So then what is it is? There is our conviction of that sin. Is there a desire to this is not pleasing to God? I don't WanNa live this way. I don't WanNa continue to do this. May You stumble. Yes but I've talked about this a little bit. I don't think we do a good job of confessing. Our sins to one another now not early. Don't know descriptions call us to do that. It's actually invest one another not to confess to a priest but to confess our sins to one another and got his faithful injustice. Forgive us our sins and cleanse us from some unrighteousness no all unrighteousness. So he cleanses us from all even. Since we haven't confessed he still will cleanse from. Msg confession is brought about by conviction of the Holy Spirit. And that's that's the thing here is is is mixed in with is sanctification which were sanctified. Were were made holy reset apart and then we live a life of being sanctified and that also is a monitor genetic work know we talked about regeneration and as as good and faithful black coffee drinking cavas we know that only God regenerates our hearts to believe to grant repentance and that life of repentance that life sanctification is also a monitor stickwork. Andrew was Kinda talking about this over dinner. Like who who repents. Who who is it us or or God working through us in our sanctification. It's God but it's still on the surface it looks like we're doing a god gets glory is it's it's still him working through us. Yes we work but his God who is willing to do his good works and so when we call people to repentance we know that's the Holy Spirit's GonNa work and bring that person who repents and faith if they are of God's elect if they are Jesus sheep so we we should just trust in his sovereignty to do that to to Biblically Preached The Gospel. Trust in him in faith that he's going to do his work but that person's regenerate it we will respond in repentance. So even even the warning passages we will read them as believers and mortified our sin. But knowing that it's the Holy Spirit working through is trusting in God so it's a whole it's just relying on God's sovereignty and just being faithful to preach the way Jesus preached the way Paul preached the way all the Apostles preached the Gospel. You know acts seventeen like you were bringing up before the east preaching to gentiles any God commands all men everywhere to repent. You know the days of ignorance. He's overlooked now. He's he's judging the world by one man so he's preaching repentance to unbelievers the those and what happens some WanNa hear more some believe some walked away and that's the reaction we get today actually exactly and So so in and I think we have to move into because he spoke about. Saint Depreciation I do want to go into that now. The this this is the other argument. Here's were called to preach the Gospel not repentance. Okay he said going preach the Gospel to all creation. I get that I do preach.

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"dr james" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

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09:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr james" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"But I don't know how how great I am but right I you know I'll say all the time I doubt that as well Definitely somebody that's much greater than I am for sure So we are here G. Three Conference now. This is going to be a very special episode. this is one that. I have been willing to do for a while but I've been trying to work out some some things with Emma theology illness and we're GONNA discuss it today Very big topic. I think it's I think it's Kinda monumental Really to the power of the Gospel whenever all in relation to the Gospel. What is the Gospel? How do we relate the Gospel? What are we supposed to say Also I wanna go ahead and let everybody know that within this episode. We are going to play a short interview. I did with Dr James White. What the Real James Wight. Not that not that not that faker. James Dwight. Yeah The D. Y. Also Without Gutter James R Y la Di James White. Who recorded a short interview with me on this topic and the topic that we are going to be discussing today is the topic of repentance now. Of course this is I do think that it's very important that we defined terms That we are careful in how we relate this message but the question really is. Is this a message that we should even be? Rowaine to others Should we tell other people to repent now that we are under the covenant of Grace and really I think that we do have to define what the term repentance is Severo can we talk a little bit about repentance? What is repentance sure You know from my understanding what I've heard most teachers saying and pastors preaching is Meta Neue. Is the Greek word for so. It's it's a change so often you'll hear like you're going in one direction and then you turn around to go in the Opposite Direction. And they'll say that it really means a change of mind and a change of mind will change the heart will change the actions. So if I'm doing one thing and then my mind gets changed if I believe in a certain direction if I if I believe you know one thing is right and then I have a change of mind to believe. Another thing is right. My actions are going follow that so so repentance is turning around turning away from something going towards something else because your mind. Your heart has been changed to go in the other direction. So that is a key issue for me is you have this change of mind that leads to a change in action in the real the real root behind this is regeneration right That at where God brains spiritually dead and raises them to spiritualize. That seems to be the issue here. Because if you're regenerated what is the result of that regeneration now? We know that we're told that. We are new creatures. Right we're We're raised from spiritual death to spiritual life Quickened we are granted by God repentance and faith and I think that's something that we can't separate here's at both of these are granted by God. Neither one of them can be done by natural man apart from the grace of God in bringing them to spiritual life so I guess really the big thing is is. Is this something that we should be related to people now here? Here are some of the common arguments. I did a pretty deep research last night before I went to bed State of roughly about one. Am New on the research. You know we've had a one week how you liked. The conference here is awesome. This is the second time I've been here first time with a booth and I've loved the fellowship that I've been able to experience more kind of not not listening to as many of the talks and talks great. And what's awesome is. They're all going to be online. I'm sure A. G. Three will post them later. And if you're at home maybe many many people call it on the livestream but I've enjoyed fellowship. I've enjoyed meeting people that I've only seen on facebook so it's been great. It's been great meeting you in person for the first time and you know just giving you a big bear hug when I mentioned but Yeah so I've I've enjoyed the conference. Yeah I mean I I tell you you know the speakers an ordinary but you know you can find all their information on Youtube by me me and my wife Shelby. We haven't gone to any of the what we've gone into it for a couple of minutes left. We haven't sat through a full session yet and it's really because the fellowship that we get in in. The exhibitor area is really. I mean it's just you can't beat it well the fellowship that's where we need the fellowship In the season that we're in but but let's move back into this topic of repentance so I did some study last night and did a little research. Okay I WANNA make sure because the number one thing here is I do WanNa make sure I represent the position. A in our Starting many months back I was starting to kind of agree with the teaching. It made sense to me. It really did. I saw arena Well we do not need to say repent and believe the Gospel reason being because repentance in the context of Old Testament now we're not under that covenant of Wall Will Not. We're not under the law. Were under grace. And therefore we should only be preaching on the goodness of God in the in in how we relate the Gospel in allowing the spirit of God. The word Since we're not bound by the wall there's no need to preach on the wall okay. So that's that's Kinda Foundation number one foundation number two. If you are telling people to repent you are telling natural man to do because we don't know who the sheep are. Obviously so if you're telling people to repent in your evangelism you're telling people to do something that they absolutely cannot do number three. I'm trying to make a lot of information. Obviously we're not going to be able to cover it in a small podcast Now but here's the thing though. Is I understand that. We should understand repentance. We should be very careful in how we do. Relay that message to people? So I mean I'm sure that you've heard The people kind of misuse the word as well. Yeah definitely and from the little experience. I've had open air preaching. Sometimes when you're out there they'll be PELAGIA. That are out there. That are all works that that are all about. You HAVE TO BE PERFECT. And they preach a total total repentance of all of your sin which we know if you've read in the scriptures that that on this side of Heaven surely is impossible. There's only one perfect. It was Jesus Christ and it's faith in him that we are assured of our salvation. It's his work but we are still called to repent. All men everywhere are called to repent right and that is actually Acts Seventeen thirty nine. I'm looking right here in this beautiful new Bible that have that was gifted to me by Geoffrey rice a posted a Babari binding people. I just can't recommend them. Please check him out on social media in his website but God commands everyone everywhere to repent. So now there's there's really two options here whenever we say repent We can either mean repentance. Means to turn from sin or repentance means to change your mind so it's Kinda usually falls into that one thing we got a little buzzing going. I'm assuming an EMERALD WELCOME TO ATLANTA So now I have heard in the context of people evangelizing whenever they're speaking to someone. Okay you need to repent and trust in Jesus okay. So what are you meaning whenever you're telling people to repent? Are you telling them that? They need to see Sir bad words and then believed the Gospel. If you're doing that I I do believe that. Verbiage is role. I I think that that is putting them under the wall. Okay well I need to keep the commandments. And then I need to believe in Christ and that's how I'm saying that's Roman Catholicism mormonism that show this witnesses as every Colt in existence apart from true biblical Christianity down. You have examples in the Bible where it says repent and believe the gospel of the Kingdom of God is at hand repent in so I think the definition that you gave it the very beginning is perfect Because whenever we are telling someone to repent they they have a very real need to change their.

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