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Orange County, Los Angeles doctor pulls out gun during anti-mask video, Hoag hospital rebukes him
"County County is is distancing distancing itself itself from from a a doctor doctor who's who's outspoken outspoken views views on on the the virus virus precautions precautions when when viral viral the the Newport Newport Beach Beach doctor doctor is is getting getting a a lot lot of of attention attention these these days days for for social social Media Media post post with with his his views views on on health health orders orders to to prevent prevent the the spread spread of of covert covert 19, 19, including including this this one one last last week week about about mask mask wearing, wearing, I'd I'd rather rather see see somebody somebody carrying carrying concealed concealed in in unmasking unmasking up. up. I I think think that's that's better better for for the the public public anything anything in in that that video video with with another. another. Anti Anti massacre massacre Dr Dr Jeff Jeff Bark Bark pulls pulls out out a a Sig Sig Sauer Sauer nine nine millimeter. millimeter. I I also also worked worked for for a a local local sheriff's sheriff's department. department. The The Orange Orange County County Sheriff's Sheriff's Department Department confirms confirms the the doctor doctor is is a a volunteer volunteer reserve reserve deputy deputy with with limited limited duties. duties. But But after after that that video, video, Hogue Hogue Hospital, Hospital, which which has has a a business business relationship relationship with with Dr Dr Marc Marc spoke spoke out. out. Tweeting Tweeting barks barks radical radical views views on on Cove. Cove. It It masking masking and and hydroxy hydroxy Claure Claure Quinn Quinn are are diametrically diametrically opposite opposite from from the the hospitals. hospitals. It It also also says says Dr Dr Bark Bark does does not not have have admitting admitting privileges privileges at at Hogue. Hogue. Karen Karen
Fresh update on "dr jeff" discussed on To the Point with Eric Mitchell
"Monthly. We need to have you back because I'm telling you fired up right now. I'm ready to go. But I don't know what I don't have the best year. You, Khun B. There we go. So, Dr Jeff, Thanks for joining us today You have yourself a great rest of the week. Everyone else. Have a great guest coming up, so we'll be jumping into taco. I'm excited about the next one. You guys know I'm an agent and a publicist, So I'm excited about our next guest is going to be great to be talking to Tom Martin. I'm like he's not a doctor. I was just gonna make him doctor like Dr Jeff, but we have Tom Martin coming up next here on the show. So Tom Martin. So we're going to be talking PR stuff and journalism. And, you know, we were talking about media with Dr Jeff. So when Tom comes on, I plan we're gonna have an interesting journey because we all talk about working in the media. As you guys know, I work in the media and it's fun, you know, hosting the show going on in talking sports. It's always feeding the journal. So when we talk about we talk about maybe your businesses trying to get in To the media and be able to get that exposure, whether beyond state, regional or national level, or even read our international real regional Combining words today, folks, it's my birthday. Forgive me. But if you look at it that way, and you look at the way it's going to be done. We're going to deep dive into how you could do it right there. So many people out there doing it wrong. And there's so many people out there taking advantage of those who want media. You know. You see him when you're on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram. You know, the guys dressed all flashy talking about Hey, I could get you on TV tomorrow. No, you can or the people who are telling you to pay for an ad inside a placement. The giveaway is Yahoo! Finance. Ladies and gentlemen does not have contributors. So people are paying to put those articles it so remember that when you see it don't fall for that scam. Pay attention, and that's what we got Tom Martin here today and Tom Martin's gonna be ableto Help us understand where we're going. And how you can achieve greatness with your brand, But we're talking about today. On this Monday, September 28th. We're talking about how you can achieve greatness. Jeff gave us his five tips on how you can achieve greatness..
Seattle top doctor concerned about coronavirus spread
"Summer winds down. Doctors worry about increasing cove in 19 case numbers Almost Charlie Harker tells us about the warning from the top doctor at Seattle King County Public Health, Dr Jeff Do. Jin is the county's public health officer. And he says he's concerned about the numbers. The effect of reproductive number which tells us whether our outbreak is growing or shrinking, is above one. It's been above one for much of our outbreak. And it's currently currently telling telling us us that that the the outbreak outbreak is is growing, growing, he he warns, warns, is is likely likely thousands thousands of of people people in in King King County County currently currently have have the the Corona Corona virus. virus. Colleagues Colleagues at at the the Institute Institute for for Disease Disease Modeling estimate that there were between 609,400 people actively infected with covert 19 on a single day. August 10th. With the best guess around 4500. So the point is that what you see in official numbers only represent a fraction of the actual number of people who have infectious covered 19 in the community. While our efforts were able to bring the numbers down following the initial outbreak, they've risen in the past few weeks and don't seem to be going down. Having about 130 to 140 cases reported each day over the past week, which is about 3.5 times what we had in early June. Doctor Duchin says. People are letting their guards down some trying to get their socializing in before a long, cold, lonely season ahead. We know that there have been many indoor gatherings, indoor parties with large numbers of people at times, Andi even outdoors, where the risk is much lower. Much, much lower because of the natural ventilation in the sunlight. Sometimes a prolong close face to face contact still happens. And and that is unsafe, whether outdoors or indoors, So socialising is okay. But really, to be safe. It needs to be done in small groups and, ideally, with few people outside the home Now we head into fall, which is the flu season as well idea the prospect the potential for severe influenza season. Or even an average influenza season. Compounding the Cove it operate is very, very disturbing and worrisome should be for all of us. I mean, there's preventable hospitalization and death from influenza. We don't really know what the interaction between these two diseases. Maybe. And it certainly will be tremendously confusing to have many people with influence illness, which can look just like Cove it at the beginning. Andi will need to be tested a nice place and quarantined, effective up influenza as if they had until cause it can be other rules out and eliminated as a as a cause of their symptoms and illness, So we're very much want Teo promote increased for vaccination in the communities. He was asked about a Corona virus vaccine. Koven 19 vaccines may start to become available on late night in late 2020 or 2021. We won't eliminate the outbreak or the risk right away. Even if they do, there will be health care workers in other prioritization groups getting the vaccine first, and it will take quite a while for it to get to everyone in the community who may be interested in becoming vaccinated. So covert 19 vaccine is not going to be a magic bullet that's going to bring this operate to a screeching halt. Do, Jin says. It's time to get ready and be safe. Very Sir in the cova. 19 is going to get a lot worse this fall in winter, and I would be very happy to be wrong about that. But it would be very irresponsible if each of us was not preparing for that possibility by doing everything we can do now to decrease over 19 transmission and thinking what we will be able to do how we will cope. If this disease gets a lot worse in the coming weeks and months. Charlie. Harder come. O'Neill's
Seattle Coronavirus Still Too Active Heading Into Fall, King County Warns
"Summer winds down, doctors worry about increasing cope in 19 case numbers Almost Charlie Harder tells us about the warning from the top doctor at Seattle King County Public Health, Dr Jeff Do. Jin is the county's public health officer. And he says he's concerned about the numbers the effect of reproductive number which tells us whether our outbreak is growing or shrinking. Is above one. It's been above one for much of our outbreak, and it's currently telling us that the outbreak is growing. He warns its likely thousands of people in King County currently have the Corona virus. Colleagues at the Institute for Disease Modeling estimate that there were between 609,400 people actively infected with covert 19 on a single day. August 10th with the best guess around 4500. So the point is that what you see an official numbers only represent a fraction of the actual number of people who have infectious covered 19 in the community. While our efforts were able to bring the numbers down following the initial outbreak, they've risen in the past few weeks and don't seem to be going down. Having about 130 to 140 cases reported each day over the past week, which is about 3.5 times what we had in early June. Doctor Duchin says. People are letting their guards down some trying to get their socializing in before a long, cold, lonely season ahead. We know that there have been many indoor gatherings, indoor parties with large numbers of people at times. And even outdoors, where the risk is much lower, much, much lower because of the natural ventilation in the sunlight. Sometimes a prolonged close face to face contact still happens. And that is unsafe, whether outdoors or indoors, So socialising is okay. But really, to be safe. It needs to be done in small groups and, ideally, with few people outside the home Now we head into fall, which is the flu season as well idea the prospect the potential for severe influenza season or even an average influence a season. Compounding the covert operator is very, very disturbing and worrisome. Should be for all of us. I mean, there's preventable hospitalization and death from influenza. We don't really know what the interaction between these two diseases. Maybe. And it certainly will be tremendously confusing to have many people with influence illness, which can look just like Cove it at the beginning. Andi will need to be tested a nice place and quarantined if they develop influenza, as if they had come until cause it can be our rules out and eliminated as a as a cause of their symptoms and illness, So we're very much want Teo promote increased fruit vaccination in the communities. He was asked about a Corona virus vaccine. Koven 19 vaccines may start to become available on late night in late 2020 or 2021. We won't eliminate the outbreak or the risk right away. Even if they do, there will be health care workers and other prioritization groups getting the vaccine first, and it will take quite a while for it to get to everyone in the community who may be interested in becoming vaccinated, so Koven 19 vaccine is not going to be a magic bullet that's going to bring this apparatus screeching halt. Do Jin says, is fine to get ready and be safe. I'm very concerned that covered 19 is going to get a lot worse this fall in winter, and I would be very happy to be wrong about that. But it would be very irresponsible of each of us was not preparing for that possibility by doing everything we can do now to decrease. Over 19 transmission and thinking what we will be able to dio how he will cope if this disease gets a lot worse in the coming weeks and months. Charlie. Harder come. O'Neill's
"dr jeff" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
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"dr jeff" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"dr jeff" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"Now I'm going to invite you to one of my coaches. Dear friend. His name is Dr. Jeff Spencer. Jeff. Could you please join us, please? Are you doing my friend. Just anytime you get a chance to talk to you. It just makes a better day for me. So thanks a million Jim. I appreciate you taking the time out of your busy schedule to be here with us. Jeff is an author. He is in Olympia N-. He is corner man for Olympia ends up going on for for decades creeping up on five. And he's also been. He's an incredible mindset coach for me and the first hem. We're GONNA. Talk about his mindset and no better person than yourself you've you've worked with everyone from a tiger woods to you to to these gold, medalists and I wanNA talk about the champions mindset right now and I. Mean Right. Now of people are facing some some challenges right Henderson you have you have a blueprint for this and over the next twenty minutes just wanted to deconstruct. The distinctions you have about people's mindset and so Let's Let's let's US began. Where where do we start great well? Thank Jim I think the first place has started a mindset as you wiser mindset necessary. And the reason why? The right mindset is critical is because it gives us courage. and. How we define courage, at least in this context is the ability to take action despite our fear based survival impulses. and. There's never a moment in history that this could be more applicable to because there's a lot of fear running rampant. And for us to be able to constructively move forward towards are bigger future, and in limit the downside of this we have to have a mindset that keeps us in the game, making really solid decisions that we can count on that show leadership to others and moving through this out the other side, and that's why mindsets so critical everybody listen up for this next one. Because this is probably repeal, take them selves out of the game the most. I was called into work with an Olympic athlete and this guy was favorite to win the gold medal. And he was. A member of the host nation's Olympic team. And just imagine having the hopes of a nation on your shoulders. And he was starting to mentally meltdown with two and a half weeks ago before the Olympic final. So I got a call. From the staff. Saying. We have an athlete here. Who has the best coach? He has the best doctor, yes, the best equipment. He's got the best of everything, but he's starting to mentally meltdown. We don't know what to do. So. Can you help? and. I said Yeah of course you know I'm in Olympia. I'd love to help a fellow Olympian out. I talk with them and he told me what the situation was. And I said to him well. Here's the deal. Is that you and your team all think that the put in the necessary to win the gold medal. You have to be perfect. You have to make a contingency for everything that could happen. To make sure that that single thing doesn't happen. That would prevent you from winning a gold medal. And I said that's Kinda trick and it's a deadly trout that you're now caught in. Because your fear, based human nature and your survival instincts are controlling your conversation. That's the why you're living in Terre every moment right now because you feel trapped. And should feel that way because you're not gonNA. Win a gold medal like that. I said. You may think it's about perfection. But it's really not about perfection. It's about the one or two things that have to go right. And as long as you guys think it's about the next detail in. You're spending all your time looking for the detail. Your brain is GonNa. Make up a detailed. It doesn't exist. That you're gonNA. Put All your confidence. You can't win like that. It's not possible. So I said there are two things you need to do. Instant gold medal. said the first thing is. Don't change your warm up. Don't deviate from what's traditionally worked in the past. Because your body knows what to do is start changing this. Your body gets scared runs in the cave and doesn't come out and play, but it wants to please. You're really wants you to win that gold medal it. What's do that for you? I said the second thing that you do. Is that. You Masur your first. You get your first four steps to the run-up correct. So. Your foot hits the Board to get the lift. To win the gold medal. Two things in your win. In why this is significant for us right now is because there's a lot of reason to be scared in this situation because of what we're hearing. But I can tell you what the champions do. They know that it's not about covering all the bases and being perfect. Doing the one or two things have to go right each moment. In that's what they dedicate themselves to. And as they dedicate themselves to that in what happens, is that the overarching umbrella fear? Subsides into the background, and they start to feel mastery over self. There to getting confidence in that people that are observing them or learning lesson on how they can get through this, so just be mindful is that? When you demonstrate these champions displays of action when we're going against our human nature tendency. To Cave to our fear, you're serving a living breathing. Example of what's possible others. At this time of humanity, in my opinion, there's never been a greater urgency to have people that are beacons of hope, courage and sanity that have shown us a way forward to maintain our dignity. To get ourselves to the other side of this. In so you did those two things. He did those two things. For the next two weeks in what I did, tell him I said. Who Your friends? He said well. It's this and this. I said those are your friends for the next two weeks. Don't get around to your friends. Don't get around your family. Don't get anybody. It's nervous about you because they're going to start to obsess about the details don't matter. It's one or two things consistently as long as you keep your eye on that gold medal, and so he did that for two weeks. Everybody thought he was crazy and then what happened?.
With Seattle and King County cases on rise again, officials say not enough people isolating at first signs of illness
"Kelly's public health officer saying coronavirus cases have been steadily rising for nearly two weeks right now comes the problem says it comes just a week after the county moved into phase two something doesn't mean you should do something king county public health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says we're in a somewhat troublesome situation according to him from June fourteenth to June twentieth there have been a hundred and fifty six more cases of covert nineteen than the previous week that's a sixty percent increase in cases having more contact with one another but not taking more precautions do ten says over the last two weeks about half of these new cases have been from people twenty to thirty nine years old obviously no one wanted to see cases increasing but according to king county public health there's no specific instance or situation that's caused this rise do jin says out of the thousands of demonstrators who have gotten tested at public sites in Seattle less than a percent have come back positive not only that but cases could be increasing because we're testing more he says testing is doubled over the last two weeks and hospitalizations are still low but that doesn't mean the risk is gone
Seattle COVID-19 Cases Surge
"An uptick in the number of covert nineteen cases in king county has raised some concern for health officials as the county moves into phase two commas Ryan Harris has the update in the past week king king county county health health officer officer Dr Dr Jeff Jeff Duchin Duchin says says they've they've seen seen one one hundred hundred thirteen thirteen more more cases cases than than they they saw saw the the previous previous week week up up forty forty seven seven percent percent increase increase diligence diligence is is there there mostly mostly seeing seeing it it in in younger younger people people in in Seattle Seattle residents residents and and that that there's there's not not a a corresponding corresponding increase increase in in hospitalizations hospitalizations and and deaths deaths so so they they hope hope it's it's just just a a blip blip Duchin Duchin says says they they haven't haven't seen seen substantial substantial cases cases coming out of recent protests but he admits that also depends on the number of protesters getting tested and treated there may be that are undetected that undeniable the transformation that will actually including locally we detect you know ten to fifteen percent of the patients that are actually occurring you should also says we're dependent on each other my mass protect you your mask protects your neighbor their social distancing protect others and so on so he says we just have to keep it up the move forward
"dr jeff" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"Airplane air though there's some problems with it. There are a lot of good things about airplane. Air as well that that people are not talking about and that I think make us much safer in in in that air because of the turnover and the hippo filters so you have to look at mask social distancing and then the most important thing that no one's talking about that the risk of covert is very very different indoors versus outdoors and the irony of it. All is that we live ninety percent of the time indoors and now one hundred percent of the time indoors For many of us. Because we've been asked to shelter in place and guess where the danger it's indoor the hotspot the best hope that we have and and it's important in dealing with the emotions of of this covert marathon. That were is that we prevent society from having catastrophic viral outbreaks that lead to massive loss of life and collapse of the healthcare system in other words that we flatten the curve. If we do that that's the best we can hope for. We cannot get rid of the virus until a vaccine or the virus burns out in so when we hear the news with these outbreaks. That are going to be happening. They get used to it. Any of US can get Kobe. And and the good news is that most of us will do just fine. It's about ten. Fifteen percent were the The bad things happen. Think about this for years. We've lived with flu. And No one other to do social distancing to the handwashing the not shaking hands. And so all that we're doing now is having a strong impact on lowering the transmission rate with Kobe but somber are still going to get it. So let's talk about. Let's let's talk about the weather. So why is it the weather stupid? Let's start with relative humidity so if you get a chart of Wuhan relative humidity it looks like Florida. It's about seventy five to eighty percent twelve months a year. Here's the big surprise. Is that when you look at this other metric of humidity? Which is not relative humidity. It's it's a little bit related but mostly not. It's not something you as you're at home. It's not something reported on the Weather Service but they can report it. My mission is to get them to report. It's another geeky metric and if you WANNA learn about it very quickly go to. Google and type in humidity helps fight flu. And there's a brilliant sixty seconds science podcasts. From Scientific American from two thousand and nine. This data has been around for a long time. That says we've been looking at the wrong metric to understand indoor airborne spread of viral disease. And so it's this other geeky metric so when you look at Wuhan for that metric. Oh my God it was. The indoor air in Wuhan was bone dry when a small viral outbreak exploded into a massive viral catastrophe. And then you look at New York and you look at Detroit and you look at even New Orleans. It's the last place people would think that a viral problem related to dangerously dry. Indoor air would would lead to a viral bomb but tragically when you look at the two peak days of Mardi Gras this year. There was some weather pattern. It may have been a cold front or something that came in and it changed the normally humid weather into dangerously dry indoor air and that's why the bomb went off in New Orleans. You've also mentioned meat packing plants. I believe that they have very dry. Error because of the air conditioning xactly. Because and and so if you look at the common thread behind every single outbreak I believe it's it's that you have high population density indoors plus virus plus dangerously dry indoor air. Okay now let's talk about why. The weather affects the indoor. So when you this metric which is a measure of the amount of water in the air it has been. It's not relative humidity. It's something else. And so that metric actually correlates very well with indoor air because buildings breed even high rises that are field off. That seem almost medically sealed. They are connected to the outdoors and so when the outdoor humidity amount of water in the air drops low it affects the indoor air. And then when you couple that with wintertime where you have the heat on and it really drives it out. Washington state where the first outbreak occurred. You look at win. The in that nursing home win the viral bomb went off and go back about twelve or fourteen days there. They Weather System. That came through a made the ordinarily very humid air dry. I think it was actually even in the middle of the night. You can have what I call red days or or even read hours until the part of going back to the the mindset of what we're dealing with heart of watch on lives are turned. Upside down is because we were fighting a war against an enemy that we cannot see and we have to make invisible danger visible right now. It's critical and that's why I'm pushing hard for one of the big weather services and I've really tried to reach Byron Allen at the weather channel. I haven't heard back also accuweather also. Ibm which owns the weather. Underground any one of those sources could overnight prove that dangerously dry. Indoor air was a product or a component of every single viral bomb. That went off. And when I'm talking about with Barack Obama's you have a small outbreak that in indoors. That suddenly is it becomes a massive barrel. Catastrophe and so the worst places are nursing homes. Because in those places you have people who are very old with coq with prem- orbiting I'm sorry pre morbid conditions with co morbidity and and so they're extremely vulnerable they physiology of aging makes us more vulnerable to Kobe. And then when you add the CO morbidity it makes those people extremely vulnerable and so that's why you have nursing homes and long hair long term care facilities prisons and meat packing plants as the places. Were we see most of the of the terrible catastrophes happening that makes sense and I think somebody had released that an extremely high percentage of the deaths in New York all had co morbidity of some kind. Bi Tension Diabetes Obesity. They had something going talk about New York so New York is an absolute tragedy in that you know. The officials were almost arrogantly saying. Don't worry about it. We've got everything under control go. You know do live your normal life. All the while. Their city was being seeded with people coming from the hot spots in Europe and it was tragic. Would it New York look like when you look at the the dangerously dry indoor air it was probably by my estimate perhaps twice as dangerous as Wuhan that dry that's one secondly you have high population density in high rises? And there's some question in my mind that in in some of the spaces that you may have central heating. They have passed the virus from one level to the next the next and then third you have inner city poverty and and the the the tragedies amongst minorities in particular African Americans have been attributed to the the the well-known health disparities in inner city. Poor whether it's high blood pressure obesity or a chronic heart disease or smoking. Or you know. It's a whole panoply of of conditions. But there's something new and I'm going to share it with your audience and it is not in the news yet and I think we actually released a press release on Sunday. I just happened to stumble on this on Friday. We're looking at a physician's update on Cova and it's very hard to understand. It's it's very technical but in a nutshell it was the first time that there was data showing that the that tragic disparities of of death and bad outcomes with African Americans with blacks is not just from inner city poverty. It turns out that there is a genetic vulnerability that also is tied to this news about children. That is starting to come out. Who are experiencing death for multi organ failure and yesterday. There was a a headline that went all over the world. Fast related to men having a vulnerability related to an enzyme and all three of these situations or link there it turns out that the virus attacks what's called an NGO attention to receptor and that it puts that that receptor out of business. Basically in that receptor is very important because it keeps other receptors from going haywire when we think of cancer what is cancer it's were cells go haywire will there's another form of Haywire involving The immune system and chemicals that are produced in the body that attack our Oregon's and they're called super oxidises and they attack the blood set the blood vessels and they produce intense vascular thrombosis in blood. Clots all over the place and and it. It is a nightmare scenario. And and this is the re I'm really upset. I've had a great deal and I still have a great deal of respect for the medical doctors that are working tirelessly to help us through this crisis. But I feel now that it's become politicized and why is it that an Er doc who is on the? Who's afraid unlike a basic scientist? I'm not in a research lab but but I could put this together and why in the hell have not the doctors that are leading this. Put this together long ago. Because had we known about the link with dangerously dry indoor air to Wuhan Hotspot Sense. I believe we I believe we could have avoided the shutdown of America and save tens of thousands of lives and now that we have this story emerging about children that are that are dying from multiple organ failure and the vulnerability that explains why african-american death rates are significantly higher. They ghost it's actually Similar pathway to the problem of high blood pressure that is operatives genetic vulnerability in African Americans and so we need to go into overdrive. Just like we did with ventilators in. Pp Six weeks ago on a word time footing to get indoor air. What I call green to get indoor air safe because we're only five months away from flu season and when that happens it's we're going to be lulled because now and then we're going to. We're going to have a CMIH RESPITE. And it's because of the weather because as you go from spring to summer you have more green days than read and and it makes the indoor air relatively safer but but that's going to flip back into danger in in the fall and there are inner city poor. There are people in nursing homes. There are meat packing plants prisons. You know there are so many places. They're all the businesses that that have closed that could reopen if people feel safe by knowing the danger of dry. Indoor Air has been mitigated. And it's so easy to do so let me use Florida as an example. So we've heard about the fantastic success of the Florida governor in Florida. Health officials and all the courageous were radiance. Who did such a great job? They were proactive. In testing people going into nursing homes and in being very very careful about limiting the most or access to the most vulnerable patients and the projections about a nightmare scenario apocalypse in Florida because of all the elderly turned out to be just the opposite and they had the lowest death rates among elderly. Have you heard about that? I have not but that's about to hear good to hear. Yeah it's an amazing success story but I believe that a lot of it and not to discredit the governor or the courageous people in Florida at all but because they did great. But it's also the weather because Florida has ambient weather outdoors that makes the indoor air naturally more safe against Cova even with air conditioning. It's safer and I believe that a significant reason why Cova deaths have been less in Florida is because the indoor air is safer in a natural way. So how is it that we can create safety everywhere we can? I come up with. A parrot called humidity saves lives which is a simple plan to keep us safe. And it it. I begins with making invisible danger visible second. It's making that invisible.
"dr jeff" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"Lives and with that present. Dr Jeff Guskey is Eric and this is unstructured or we have dynamic informal conversations with some amazing people today were joined by an actual er doctor so we can stop speculating for about ten minutes about what's going on in the world and maybe get some real information. This is Dr Jeff Guskey. He is a board certified doctor. National Geographic photographer saw so an explorer. And the Gentlemen Obviously Never Sleep or sleeps at all. How are you doing today? Doctors Guskey so glad to be with you. I hope you're safe and your audience is safe. I think everybody is Kinda hoping to be too. And truthfully I speaking for myself. I'm uncertain everything is really really uncertain in the world right now. What's going on my day job? Which haven't had to go into except to go pick up a couple of things here and there. Now they have three cases that have just popped up. So we're all a little jittery with this whole coronavirus Byron one to bring you on to talk about what is going on and you had a really strong message I heard with. It's the weather stupid. So let's start. It's the weather stupid. It's the weather stupid. So here's here's the meaning of that. You remember James Carville. The it's the economy stupid and everyone knew what he was talking about. And this is where this is during Bill Clinton's time yeah or the. Where's the beat which is another election so this is the this? This is kind of the mantra of hope during the Kobe. Era Because it goes right to the core of what the problem is that no one's looking at right now and if we do we're going to be much safer Levy start by saying that we have to always cling to sober realistic expectation. Started out the shutdown with with one singular mission which was that we avoid catastrophic death and collapse of the healthcare system. And we've achieved in. Everyone should really feel good about the sacrifices and the team working the and they unselfishness that they have all done to To get to this point but the initial goal has crept into fear and uncertainty and this this constant haranguing of all of us with asking us to do things that are not very scientific that are kind of winging it that are that are challenging whether we can trust our of the goal posts being moved. I guess it'd be the question. I think I think what's happened is that it's all become politicized because I hate to say it. But there is a cottage industry in in provoking ragent. Fear many of the large media companies Their business plan is basically keeping people in constant a constant state of post traumatic stress breaking news breaking news breaking news breaking news on. It's constantly keeping people on the edge of of fear uncertainty anger rage. Everything's become very politicized and politics needs to stay out of medicine in the Er there's never any writer left black or white gay or straight rich or poor educated or uneducated religious or non-religious. It's just human. You can walk into any. Er It's the same way and and people are a real there there's no PC and PC is dangerous. Pc and political manipulation were covert is very dangerous We need to insist upon clarity in terms of science behind the things were being asked to do and that's not happening right now billing presses right now I say that right precipices expressive this precipice. Thank you and do we open to. We not open. So I put out to Mike Group for the unstructured podcasts on facebook and I said Hey can I get some questions from everybody and they delivered so far. Start off with masks Damascus. Bents actually do anything with Vince. They're slowly masset like events in the site. Oh okay let's go back to where the masks started it would. Initially the surgeon general said.
"dr jeff" Discussed on Room 77 | Podcast
"It. I'm like what's on your shot list. So she says Waga. I'd need a shot of you. Fuck me in this position this position in this position. I'm Sharon I'm supposed to be working tonight. But our August shower. We'll get these positions done. And then she throws this at me she says I want to do it in front of the giant window while the neighbors are what ladies like word dollars so I'm like sorry. Walk downstairs completely naked and I talked about in another episode. You can see into our window. Lauren's like lighting. It's like we're setting up a window in Amsterdam to like the light district to bring clients and she setting the lights up. I'm sweating nervous. Right started my eyes are locked on the street. Because I'm like oh. Please don't walk by. Please don't walk by police. Don't anybody walked by. I was trying to make dim so people couldn't see in and she's trying to make it bright so people can see what she's actually shooting. It didn't end well. I think I got so nervous that I just came on your leg and then I ran out of the way he did. Try to fill out a back and you came on my leg. I didn't even know that I just ran away. I just ran because I was like. I can't do this man if you ever wanted to know what. It looked like. When a person with mental disabilities has sex for the first time. That's what I look like. This is my life now along with Lauren. Selling Panties I sell today. Laura is selling her patties right now. How do you feel about that? Be Up here. How much would you pay for Lawrence Panties? I would say eighty eighty dollars depending on what she did in them. Yeah I just sold them for bargain and if it has some lobue come return more expensive now that that can make a baby that can be scraped off yeah then their DNA for life. Yeah no what have they been asking for that. You've been running in. You know I put up a couple of examples on the loss EPA like what. What are the examples? It was working out Sweating ones that. I slept in which are kind of like you know it just takes it takes that when you wake up in the morning you have a different smell right vaginas bed breath and then masturbated and then you came up with the ones but everyone wants masturbated one nobody wants no one wants sweaty one for ones that you crap them not graphing and any of a and then came up with once. The EP didn't which I think is actually a better one than Crapton were both. Why can now no one wants? Thatt's number one number two Combo. What did you do you masturbated masturbated in a and? Then 'cause I was making like a video last night so they're the ones like. I pulled aside when I finished. I put him back on. Just sorta wiped it and then I just made a clip at the end. Maybe someone would want to buy these so I just made a little video clip that the ends like four second and then he was messaging me as like. I sent him the little four four second video clip like I want those and that's what I staying a little package deal like. You're going to get a little clip. And if you want the masturbation video then you can also that's like an additional item. You can add to cart and then I'll ship you the pennies done. It's like a cool deal right and then you can smell the panties. Watch the video jack off. Whatever I don't know I thought it'd be cool package. You put them in a little plastic baggie. Like you're in the right off. You gotTa take them off is all that is like that's good that's good. It's it's intense and I put them in a bag in Egypt. It up a put it on the bed for the morning. I was like I don't know what to do with it. I haven't sold these. But what else can we sell on you? What if you start lactating? Wait if I do like wax strips this whole conversation make surfaced Chris. Do I do know that the panties are deal because there's all this vending machines and stuff that's high got the idea. There has to be a pan for sale on site somewhere. Well there's a few of them are they are. Yeah what do they look like? How many people are on their selling pennies? Aol Dot a couple of them. And you know for me to pay someone to twenty percent commission. I'd rather just direct deal with my people cut out the middleman dealing with panties. Ernie Pan is anyway. You don't need an agent well and that's what I was thinking like. I'M GONNA make it more special and I'm GONNA make a tiny little video that goes with it. I'm GonNa make like a something that shows at the end row. It's that you know exactly what you're getting you know. It was on my body and embrace whatever kinks people have. I WANNA make it as not dirty as possible if that is your fucking embrace it. I'M GONNA make a little video so you can have fun with it and just be study as you want I. There's nothing wrong with that. They tell you what they're gonNa do with your panties now. I haven't gotten that far but someone was like. Tell me what you did to make those panels and I'm like oh I can't get into this on tax but I could show you can show you the video. That's a good tool. I mean ninety dollars keeps going up because she didn't know about the video inflation. Can we sell your panties? Yeah sure that could be the Combo Patty to fry like it. You can't all right so let's start selling stuff or doing it. Got A room seventy talk and there's going to be some sort of back link portal to the dirty stuff so patties and maybe we get into. I don't know if there's a thing with bras or anything like that and also some old electrical equipment that they need to get rid of steel. Does this stuff you can't you can't go to. Canada. I'm sorry I feel like that. You should just make it official. I wish we weren't going through a time right now. And then we could just be on full-time. Yeah we money to pay her outbid excellence because my grand scheme is like to have be here then. B.'s life would just be about the. What's clean I don't WanNA TALK ABOUT RECORD? That is about all we have after this. I may take you upstairs and slap you around a little bit. Sure I was thinking. Maybe I'll up my fantasy a little put a little price tag on. You do a little haggling. We could do. Maybe change the Google lights to maybe a red and work on that Amsterdam feel. Maybe I also have another fantasy that we're GONNA get need cooperation from other people. It involves an auction for for that one and Inox near it. You want to hear the dollar version of all of this over to patriotic or go over to route seventy seven life dot com and hit the Patriots link over there. We're going to have to split. The shout outs to accommodate their so many of them that I don't think we will be able to read all of them on on one episode but we want to thank. Everybody will get to you. We promised that is a problem for us to have but so much so that before. This influx of patriots came in. I had been very worried about just the whole Kobe. Thing and flying now we can just like private so we thank you for that Patriots. It's going to be safe for us. And ultimately you the best fading Katri on Money Lauren. Who are these people that we are GonNa Thank? We have Mark Roscoe David and Casey Mark Booty Call Jason. Liz and Mark Jeff and Karen L. A. couple Keith Elisa Corbett Ra sexy J. Vanna R&B babies dusting Barrett SNP to win. Eleven are W. Oath three to five sell twenty twenty M and toby the couple. Pov Heather be indeed Lauren and been Blink Space Jeff de Matt and Lisa Tyson Susan Lawrence Shirt. Tom Rosebud Jack's Adam Bell mout Lobos Larry and Debbie Ashley D Brown Zoe Hillary Tanya Cannon Sasha P P Wallace Ted tied law adding Kate Katie A. Rod Ducks Lawrence John Von Clyde Tony Dad. My Golden Retriever Chris. Shell Elliott Sousa. 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"dr jeff" Discussed on Room 77 | Podcast
"A clan and I thought I want Dr Jeff and Dr Karen on Martine Absolutely. Do you feel like we would add something to your team. Because I have a few questions that I need to ask before I make it official. Oh yes you guys would be the best team ever. What bring in the table you guys can. We know you could can tell jokes. That's perfect. I'm really Oregon night. Lauren is organized. And I like to clean so we have a clean tent. I can be the gatherer. That's good doctor. Do you hunt okay. But if you had to like H we if we had to kill someone and eat them as a doctor. Would you know what parts are good part as a human? You could slow rose. Yes your choice needs. I suppose you could write obviously be in charge of butcher. What you're right because he's candy. That's your job so I think we all have actually. I'm the only one offer anything telling jokes but seriously let's say if it did start off on the day that sort of started here. All we had in. Our cupboard was Cheetos in Gatorade. How long could a human live on Cheetos and water? Well influence supply of cheater. No no no no. Let's say a bag of cheetos. Are we talking eight ounce or sixteen ounce COSCO? Let's do costco-sized? How long can humans live off that bag of cheetos but us when sharing our Cheetah? We didn't meet up yet. You're jumping way ahead in the movie. We haven't met up together yet. We haven't gotten desperate enough to go outside yet. She does it. Water spot all right back cheat. Us RELAXED WATER. The cheetos to go a time really like cheeto per day. Rationally cheaters out per day. I don't know if I could do that because they're so good he can't he won. You know what I mean and then you get that dust on your fingers you can we. Can we bump that up to two or three a day and these offi puffy not crunchy kind although I do prefer those but I find three stages of cheeto eating which is oh my God. These are so good. Wow this tasting weird and then Oh my God I need to throw out. You always get to part three just too late all right so we got cheetos before we make it out. Does gatorade help us if I have? Some water are going to worry about dollars and my bringing the Gatorade or am I bringing the water or whichever you can have. The most of. It doesn't really matter. It doesn't even have the gatorade going to bring gatorade. Okay do you have a flavor preference? Richards is great. Gorge is the best one the red ones. I don't like the red ones either then. No Red and we're not bringing the reds like a bad movie. If that's all we had I would pour it out on the floor. Yeah reporting them our in them out. Have you been working on your your body? I sell a camera for a little bit before this and Damn Actually Karen AC- working out. He always works out saying you have exercise equipment in your home. Yeah we do. We have a full gym so jealous low. We can bring it to the camp bring way if you would help us. Carry the fifty pounders. This is why we're going to survive. We're smart like this. We will bring weights and carry them everywhere so that we will be yup so that we have time to work out. I just think that as a clan walking through the apocalypse we WANNA be shredded. You know what I mean. We should look out right. Yes poses a good question for ladies. What kind of shoe are you packing like a wedge kind of thing or is this? Is this an easy pump? Did I get that right? I'm just I'm thinking of primary sneaker but then I like to air the shoe let the feet air open toe. Yeah definitely a Wedge Heel I think yeah the wilderness the wedges redoing apocalyptic the night look like Oh my God. That's the nights would be so like you guys got to look hot because that's part of our thing. Your hair can be a little bit. Messed up but in sort of a stylish way yeah like that. Beach Wilderness. Look like must abun with dreadlocks. Exactly the doctor and I are going to put dirt on our face strategically and spots that make us more handsome but take a shower every night and brush your teeth weird bamboo. And then we put the dirt right back. Hawk hookup little like running water using like a milk container. I don't think we have to rough it. That much I have a feeling waffle houses will still be open because they don't close in our world some waffle houses and and Walmart or to well. We have an RV we take the RV okay. This is getting because I think we're GonNa Mad Max the fuck out of that campy all right. It's getting too campy art. That's pull back out burns. Still have the treadmill chess or wait at. We're still carrying weights. Let me ask you this. Let's just say that we're in in the thick of it and one of us. I'm not going to say which one we're doctors. One of us wants a little plastic surgery. Now you brought your doctor tools with you. I brought my down until doc. Is there a way to give me a lift in? The field are eight and again if you want to hear more about our plan during the apocalypse go to either rooms heavy dot com and hippopotamus on link or Google patron dot com forward slash group seventy seven. You can hear how we are planning to take over the world and how we will and pillage other plans for. World dominance and homoerotic surgeries. All of. It will be waiting for you over them. Cheetos over there are too many cheetos Jake's typically when I'm eating Cheetos I'm pretty high so that limits me from throwing up so You can probably finish backhaus like Walmart hoax of cheese. Focus on the word booze. A five gallon bucket of Jesus could stop. Bsing finished a half of one of those barrels of cheese. Goofs Evening Nassar. During an apocalypse the proper shoe at tire would be optimistic. Oh the Sparkley Solta ones yeah and also if the yields are really really long and sharp so can just kick something still good choice Gucci loafers D-. I want everyone to know spot can. Maybe it's science LETO. Six inches glitter Black Ryan. Sounds who the fuck cares at that point. What's your favorite flavor gathering? I don't know it's blue. Yes that is the correct answer. What is your flavor of Gatorade and like the glue out? There's a purple one. That's pretty good too. Yes Reverend Prefer. Pedialyte in the middle of our debauchery. Gatorade in pitch aren't in a pinch. What is your favorite flavor of the gatorade? Great Grape grape. Yes I like the frost. No coloring agrees that the red SOx. Yes what is your favorite flavors. Frost Frost Ones Arctic Frost. That's the white flavored one. I like yellow. And we're trying to get gatorade just making reds now to get everybody on board with. That would need to strongly worded letter next conversation. You're going to hear an extra extra boys being ex playmaker from our M. Yeah so that was living here but if you want to hear the rest of that conversation go on over to patriarchy. She gives you an update of her life after desire. Now it's not secret anymore. She was living here with us in little by the way. If you WANNA look at be. She is over on instagram. At 'em underscore the R. N. A. L. D. or on twitter at Marissa underscore E. R. N. A. L. Check her out. Make sure she knows that we sent you and she will give you news videos videos. Yeah probably I don't know if that last part is true. I haven't talked to her about it all right so the other thing that I wanted to bring up is. Lauren is in some sort of crisis so she started this only ask. Are you aware what only fans is? Yes art so only fast for anybody. He doesn't know is like you tune in you tune in. I don't know you subscribe right. Yeah it doesn't matter. It's a way that we're making ends meet. And she's decided I'll get to get on Kamerun diddle myself so last night she was like I wanna make video of us doing stuff I was like are asking for.
"dr jeff" Discussed on Room 77 | Podcast
"I do like it. Oh so there's I was like you or a pig. You're nothing you are fucking worthless. You are a whole that I am here. Fuck your just a halt me. I don't WanNa hear you speak out anything about you. I paid a man to come into this room to use. You like fucking hole you filthy dirty or I love you very much and you're getting turned off. I like I think he's finally face right like going to do. I'm going to walk outside of the room and I'm GonNa Comeback in here. I want you to sit on the edge of the bed yet. Like you are trapped here and you have to have sex with any stranger who walks through the door so you sat on the bed like a good little person and there were you sort of put your head down and you put your hands down and I walked out the door and I thought about making your way at a little bit but I gotta be honest. I was way to Hornets. I walk out the door and come back in and I grab your hair and I pulled back and I say are you Lauren. And you just nod yes and then. I throw you down and I lift your legs up and then I just start hammering away you I just start fucking the shit out of you. I'M A I'm getting so super turn on getting turned on talking about not just treating you like an animal and then I was like all GonNa come. You had already come because I had already. You've already had an orgasm before this right so I have to last forever. Which FOR ME IS THIRTY. Seven seconds so. I can kind of come faster because you're at a cave so I'm like I'm GonNa go there and I fucking stick my mouth my cock in your mouth. I am going to make you swallow every drop of compact crawler and I start coming and chicken out and I just come on your chest. Yeah because I was like I can't do it and then like Jim. Jeffries said one of his his routines I am. I'm so sorry are you okay are you? Okay yeah okay. That's out. Okay okay. I'm so sorry love you fit you just violated like well you Kevin. You cut masturbating. You're so turned on. You just sat there and you're like hey can you help me with your fingers. I WANNA come one more time and I'm like let back curt killing me. I'll try okay now. I have a a lot of fantasies that go a little bit deeper than this. And we're going to get even more graphic but we're gonNA put it on the Patriot side of it is a fantasy that I feel weird about a little bit but it also turns me on. But we're GONNA put that over there the dive into it a little bit worse. You'll hear more of that head on over the Patriot dot com forward slash room. Seventy seven year breath dollar. I on this long. I'm listeners for some call. Time listener caller. Thank you all right. Where are you calling? Hey we're coming from sunny southern California first time caller time listener first time. Doing any of its in your family. Who Does the show breadcrumbs there and Sydney? What we'll do you find the good question. I'M GONNA ask this question. Who Does the food shopping in your family? Which I'll do you find breadcrumbs. It seems like it would make sense. Who in your little family? There does the food shopping. Oh Good God. That's me are what I'll do you find breadcrumbs the bread. I'll do you like to call your lady in bed. You like to call her. Names like crazy redhead so fine crutches something like that quickly. I'm like which is fine. Do you like to slap her around a little bit. And then she strong when you were having sex to be called the pig or a lot. I know you like to. Do you ever like to be treated like trust and called a slut? Good God yes. All of these cotton slap during sex in the face out bare minimum years. When you were having sex you ever like to be called a four. Pick come slot. I'll never have you ever been slapped in the face. I'm getting slapped. This is a question that usually goes for the couples. But she's not here but I'm GONNA ask Anyway. Do you swallow plus all right. So we're going to start off with Dr Jeff. A lot of people were like. Hey there's anybody who want to hear from during this time it's Dr Jeff and Dr Karen. Where are they so we were? We were trying to bring them up like guys. We need you guys. We have a fucking family year. We can't just pull everything out of the closet and start talking about sex and balls and tits and our kids are gonNA walk in and this is going to end horribly but I do want to preface this. We did. We did talk to them with and that's coming up next. This is really important. This is true after we talk to them. They donated five hundred dollars to our Patriot on and they are the sweetest people. We WanNa thank them so much. It just doesn't go unfilled cry. Don't it means so much. Dorks they are. I loved them and so much. So and the other thing is a lot of people always ask is Dr Jeff's votes disguise. The answer is yes. It is disguised because he has to keep his privacy which we respect at acknowledge and is especially important. Now that we don't give away his identity being that he is on the White House Kuroda by risk task force. I'm not saying Dr. Foul Daca is Dr Jack. I'm not saying that right now. Of course you're not saying no. I'm not saying that Dr Jeff and Dr Foul are the same person or that you have written. Dr Felt like a wild stallion before. I'm not saying no absolutely privacy is super important at this time there is Dr Jeff. That is what people have been asking. Where are they emails and messages and social media? It's all here and you know what I tell them. Doctors is. This is an easy time for you and I you know what I mean. We have a lot of questions that are coming in all the time. He got conference calls. Richard I have a fever Richard. What are the symptoms? Richard sent me nudes. There are so many things just coming in all at once and everybody wants answered. Everyone wants a piece Richard Doctors. Are you feeling that over there as well so I just kind of catch up with each other a little bit? We do need to connect but we also need context prioritizing. We just WanNa talk to you about some things. And then Dr Jeff Dr Karen. Which by the way not their real names so then after that will turn the recording off and then we will catch up and talk about your family what it's like in Russia. This time of year did normal stuff that we talk about. Is that okay with you finally decide? How Answer Questions Busienss too busy right now because I had a doctor Dr. Listen I'm going to ask you a question and I want to specific answer. How many lives have you saved today? Dr Karen I don't really want to talk about the pandemic and everything because who knows what's going to happen. This is the question I had in my head I was like are. We actually prepared for a real apocalypse. I got scared because I personally. I'd be dead inside of an hour. If there was a real apocalypse I told Lauren. This this is a true story. We would die alone first of all you would die because I would run away from the danger right. So then you'd be by yourself that you would alone just that yeah so. I said I was like really if something really does happen. We're not gun people and we don't live in the United States. We die we die. We've been shootout. It'd be the wild wild west especially in the United States in fact if there is an apocalypse. I don't think I want to be in the United States because I think people would just walk out the doors and start shooting each other. You'd be dead in crossfire from your neighbors before the Zombie Apocalypse. Even got to you. It's always been off. It starts with a fever every movie. It's just got different rules but it did start. Be Thinking about who I would want on my team if we were in.
"dr jeff" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"You know. Turn the radio off in the car. I don't have anything on or if you're on the train or whatever just sit with your thoughts and sometimes at least for me before I started getting into it as I found that I didn't do that and I think a lot of people don't do that and it's really healthy for them at least for their mental house to just take a moment and check in with themselves. You know it's interesting. Both what what both of us said because I think we've we are a society. That fee is the silence. Fear the silence and because in the silence. We will hear the noises head. That's why we feel the silence is we've had so. How do I drown out the noise in my head while I have bugs in our look at my screen or whatever it might be into as you both said just to? You know again. Consciousness is nothing more than awareness so becoming aware of even that noise in your own head. And what is the the the biopsies of the noise in your head? That may not be your highest truth it in your work with your organization etc. What is this what are you what would you say is the central message that you want people to get from the Global Institute of Conscious Economics of the future work of the things that you're doing. What is the central message you would have US get? We are trying to build a platform to talk about the new economy. The New Economy has four pillars for us that is people planet profit an art and those things working in harmony and those things converging together So very simply put an anything that you see our organization a do or put out on the model that we operate our own business is a microcosm for what this new system is that we're trying to push out so we are. You know practicing what we preach were using our profits and our dollars to add value to community. We're engaging with people outside of the normal spectrum in industries that you would normally find oneself working with And we're challenging ourselves every day Challenging our own consciousness challenging our own thought patterns. I constantly finding myself in places where I've got a very myopic view of a particular thing I'm triggered by something and I have to go in and look at what. The root of that is is is a constant journey for all of us. We are machines that have been operating on autopilot as a collective For very very long time. So it's not going to happen overnight and ultimately if we want to just simplify what we're focusing on is just trying to help people to be more self aware or creating opportunities for that creating a platform for that because we feel that if we're going to get out of the crises that were in it starts with the individual and their self awareness and if people can take the opportunity in the time to become more self aware than we're already walking down the path that we need to go wonderful. I like I said I love what you guys are doing. I think it's very important. It's vitally needed today. More and your love and one just reiterate this to allison's to our viewers. This is not some woo. Come by idea. That was throwing at economics. You guys are really looking at the economics is important. It's viable at. We should be using entrepreneurship. We should be using capitalism but in a very positive way this is not about about some high level Socialist COMMUNIST IDEA. Marxist idea at all but really about using economics for good and I love that you're doing that and I think it's really important for all of us to understand that it's not easily all it's both that there is a higher level evolution here and you guys are really burning the pass forward. You are being dragons on that path and burning away and I just love the igniting fire. Another so thank you both so much. I really appreciate you being here. Thank you for all that you're doing and please tell our viewers analysis where they can find out more about you and all the wonderful resources offering absolutely you can check out our website Conscious ECONOMICS DOT CA. You can also look at the Economic Club Dot ca if you WanNa get pointed to conscious economics. Work and Jeff night both can be followed on instagram and social media. I'm rhianna in Roseland. He's Dr Jeffrey. Oh Dr Jeff Overall Geoffrey. Sorry I've forgotten his instagram handle. But yes and we're very active on those platforms and I'm always pushing out some.
It’s true! King County says social distancing is slowing down the coronavirus outbreak
"But social distancing appears to be gradually slowing the spread of the virus here car radios Hannah Scott has the latest on new research out of Bellevue the good news for guardedly optimistic that the measures are put in place are having a real beneficial impact on the health and safety of our community Seattle king county public health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says new modeling from the institute for disease modeling shows the rate of spread slowing down from two to three infections for every one person with covert nineteen at the start of the month to about half that in mid March the bad news for the long haul situation where it will be months before we can think about going back to our normal activities students as the big takeaway here should be that it's time for us to double down on our social distancing commitment to keep that positive
"dr jeff" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"There's been a lot of discussion of weather with would have been fatal, or whether it would have just been very bad for them, but it would have been very serious effect, but that solar flare nineteen seventy two was not nearly the strongest solar flare. That's ever existed. I mean, there was the Carrington event back in the mid nineteenth century, which was so powerful, of course that was, we didn't have satellites. We didn't have electronics going, but they did have telegraph lines, and that solar flare collapse the earth's magnetic field to the extent that. Moving magnetic field induced voltages in the telegraph lines which caused fires in telegraph offices I mean if if a flare like that hit us today. It would cost. Lights funding did a estimate of that I mean it would be like a trillion dollars worth of damage. All of our satellites would be destroyed electronic systems all over the world electrical power grids. We'd go down. And there's nothing we can do about it. Except that statistically something like that happens maybe once every five hundred years or so so far we've been lucky. And, not too much more, you can say about it. we are people are? Still doing research to try to be able to predict solar flares so far without. Many positive results, but I just read recently. Some new research is indicating that you know. Maybe they've made a breakthrough. being able to predict solar flares in advance would be a big help so that at least you can get ready for it, and if you had astronauts on the moon. At least they could try to get inside their shielding, but other than that It's statistics and so far we've been lucky. I Dr. Hoffman in other interviews you have stated that shrimp cocktail your favorite food in space. Can you explain for our listeners why you select? You know when when when you take away. Gravity, there is a an upward migration of fluid from your lower body to your upper body, and so you get a lot of extra fluid in your head. It's a little bit like having sinus congestion and it. It decreases your sense of smell so that you. The food becomes very bland They provide extra tabasco sauce that we can sort of spice up our food. The Nice thing about the shrimp cocktail dehydrated so the shrimp themselves. you know nothing to write home about you? You put a little bit of water on them, and they don't have that much taste, but they pack it in a really really hot horseradish sauce so. I found if I would eat a shrimp cocktail. Before dinner every night that horseradish would kind of open up my nasal passages, so that I could smell and taste the rest of the food a little bit more, so that's why it was my favorite food, not because it intrinsically taste good I mean as a shrimp cocktail. It was you know I. If they served it to you in a restaurant, you'd send it back, but it really opened up the nasal passages so that I can enjoy the rest of my meal well. I guess it's those little pleasures that make life worth living. Well thank you so much. It's been such a privilege to talk to you Dr Hoffman. We really appreciate you sharing your time. And I hope it's giving maybe a new perspective to some of the listeners who haven't heard some of this stuff so thanks for your interest and It's It's been fun. Yeah, thank you so much, thank you. You have a great day, sir. Well, thanks once more Dr, Jeff Hoffman and National Geographic for an enabling us to have this wonderful chat..
"dr jeff" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Bars just like when you're on the surface of the Moon Mars is blocking half of the radiation just by its mass, and then Mars does have a bit of an atmosphere which gives you a little bit of protection, but you're right. There's still the radiation environment on the surface of the law. A Mars is More severe than being low-earth orbit and so radiation protection on the surface of Mars will continue to be an issue. Will be on the moon. you'll have to have certain amount of protection and your habitats. But again the other the other thing you know there's two aspects of the dangers of radiation. One of them is that in the long term it will lead to an increased incidence of cancers like leukemia well one of the things that we're realizing. Is that ability for early detection and treatment and cancer is continually improving, and so maybe you know twenty thirty years from now. That's just not going to be as much of a problem. The other potential problem from radiation are cute impacts there there've been some experiments that have shown a potential loss of cognitive capability for rats when they're exposed to radiation. you certainly would not like to get to Mars and find out that your I q is decreased by twenty points they are potential effects of acute effects of radiation on the circulatory system on the nervous system, and that's an area of very active research. Now it's relatively new traditionally. We were just concerned with the long term impact of radiation that is ultimately causing cancer. Unless of course you had a huge solar flare. You know if you get enough radiation. All at one time you're gonNA, die or have serious illnesses and you know we? We would like not to be in space when they have a huge solar flare. Statistically. Those don't happen very often and so far. We've been lucky. So we've discussed the ambient radiation risks in space, obviously within our solar system. You you've got solar radiation to worry about and got charged particles from the from the galaxy, the universe to worry about, but also apart from these ambient radiation risk. Does it make sense to also for space ferrers to worry about anomalous radiation risks I know for example like x Ray Bursts and gamma-ray bursts are extremely rare in the universe or they so. So rare that that we just don't have to think about that or will the future of space exploration needs really think about it I mean if if if a huge black hole merger like was observed with the gravitational radiation, billions of light years away. If something like that happened right near us in the galaxy, it would be bad news, but there's absolutely nothing we can do about it, and so it's just not something that. That we even bother to think about. What about solar anomalies, you mentioned like a solar event so. I mean solar flares are recognized I mean for a big solar flare in nineteen, seventy, two in August, which just happened to occur between Apollo, sixteen and Apollo seventeen had it occurred when. We're on the lunar surface..
"dr jeff" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Hey what stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Land and I'm Joe McCormack in today. We've got a very special episode creole out there. We are doing a partnership with National Geographic. Yeah so they've got a new show coming out called one strange rock and it is produced by Darren aaronow Sqi of many movie fame. And all about it's all about the science of planet Earth in the sort of intricate interconnected processes both geological and biological the keep the earth stable as a sanctuary for life as we know it and in that sense. It has a kind of Ecological Alexander von Humboldt. Kind of VIBE. That I really like I like it when you can see the large-scale and small-scale interconnectedness of all things to to make the world how it is yes in speaking of saying. This is a visual spectacle. Yeah it's got a lot of really beautiful photography and it's hosted by Will Smith. I don't know if he ever says welcome to Earth and it kind of hope so And it tells stories through the experiences of a large cast of real life. Astronauts who are the only humans ever to venture beyond the shield that protects us from the universe at large and so because of our partnership with National Geographic. For this episode. We got an opportunity to talk to one of the astronauts on the show. Dr Jeff Hoffman. Who flew five space shuttle missions including a Hubble Space Telescope Repair Mission? And this is a great interview. We're just delighted to share it with everybody. Doctor Hoffman is very knowledgeable from multiple vantage points. About the thing that we're going to be focusing on today. Which is the radiation risk from space and how Earth protects us and he's knowledgeable in a couple of different domains because he's done high energy astrophysics knows all about the radiation environment of our solar system and the universe at large but he also has direct experience of what it's like to be an astronaut out in space to sorta go beyond our protective barriers. And that kind of perspective is kind of hard to come by. Because I would say one thing. It's really easy to lose sight of in your day to day. Life when you're reading about politics are playing with your dog or making some dinner is that your body is made of molecules and in order for molecules in your body to do what they do they have to remain what they are and most of the time. The internal chemistry of our bodies is pretty stable right but we have to recognize that the chemical stability of our bodies is an enormous and unique privilege provided to us by virtue of the fact that we live on planet earth and this into a truth that we touch on quite a bit on the show and that is that Earth is just the right planet. Yeah for life as we know it kind of unsurprising. Of course being creatures that evolved on planet Earth that planet earth is just the right planet for us but despite realizing the kind of anthropic obviousness of that fact it is still a kind of strange and comforting feeling. Well wait a minute. Is it comforting or is it discomforting? The fact that most of the universe is going to be so hostile to us so unbelievably hostile so incredibly violent that it's just impossible to even consider and I'm not even talking about the vaporizing heat of stars of the cold airless void of deep space. I'm talking about the fact that the universe is an acid bath of killer. Radiation including ionizing radiation which often takes the form of these high energy charged particles that blasts through animal bodies damaging changing the molecules within them as they go along and even changing the DNA of our cells altering the blueprints for cell replication and bringing about tissue damage sterility cancer and so that body integrity and chemical stability we so take for granted to keep living is only possible because of the planet we inhabit which shields us from being blasted by the sun nearby and by the galaxy at large. Yeah it's interesting to think about this that we we are creatures of the shallows. Yeah so life as we know it essentially thrives in a tide pool protected from the full onslaught of wind and wave. If you've ever been to to a number of beach environments you've seen those areas right where we're the waves are crashing. But the but there's this pool this this area of calm water that is protected from all of that. And that's where a lot of life can thrive that otherwise would not be able to bear the hostilities beyond the rocks. And it actually reminds me of this quote by John Steinbeck And he's not directly talking about what we're talking about here but the comparison is is just beautiful he. He wrote the knowledge that all things are one thing and then one thing is all things plankton. A Shimmering phosphorescent on the sea and the spinning planets and an expanding universe all bound together by the elastic string of time it is advisable to look from the tide pool to the stars and then back to the tide pool again. Our Earth is protected from wind and ways but from the full blast of solar and cosmic radiation instead of rocky sea walls protected by a robust atmosphere and most importantly the magnetosphere. Yeah the interesting other side to the fact that we've got this kind of connected consciousness that we're aware of like there is no real division between the Earth and the heavens. They're just different places. The only real division is distance and so all the universe is connected and does have a common origin and the Big Bang. But at the same time that connectedness we use the word connected in such a happy way. It's nice to be connected to things but you could also think about that is extreme vulnerability like you are right next door to everything in the universe that would crush in annihilate you and what we've got standing in the way of those those crushing annihilating forces beyond our power to control is essentially a big magnetic field and a thin layer of gas around the rocky surface of the planet as right so basically we have going on here. Is Your earth solid? Inner core in liquid outer core. They play a crucial role in protecting life as we know it from deadliest Deadly radiation differences in temperature and composition in the two core regions. Drive a powerful. Dynamo emitting Earth project protective electromagnetic field and remember. This is one of the key factors we have to consider in proposed. Interplanetary space travel and establishing stations on other worlds the only planets in our solar system with some form of magnetosphere in place are Mercury Earth Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune. Right so then. Of course you've also on the surface of the Earth got the atmosphere to count on that. There's more stuff that radiation has to get through to get to you. And so the atmosphere will block some kinds of incoming radiation but the other big protector is the magnetosphere that keeps these particles directed away from the earth. Some of course still get through right and also serves to protect the atmosphere as well. Yes because if you don't have magnets fear your atmosphere over time can be stripped away. Which is one of the things that they think probably happened to Mars long ago right. So it's protective barrier against the elements it's our battlements and the only humans to have walked these battlements our astronauts such as Dr Jeff Hoffman now most astronauts never even go beyond the shield that protects us right we know that astronauts in space are exposed to extra levels of radiation. And that's one reason you want to limit your time and space you'll like you can't live in the ISS forever they WanNa bring you back eventually because the more time you spend up there the more you're exposed to this dangerous radiation that could harm you in the long run but even up in the ISS. You're still you're still benefiting from a large part of the Earth's protective shield right. Yes it gets a lot worse if you want to go to the moon or Mars or colonize another planet. Yeah because then you're going beyond Earth's protection so I guess we want to go now to our conversation with Dr. Jeff Hoffman to talk about the radiation risks posed by the universe and what astronauts have done in can do to protect themselves. But I I guess we should give you just a little bit of background on. Doctor Hoffman. Yeah so his original research interests were in high energy astrophysics specifically cosmic gamma radiation and x ray astronomy and his doctoral work at Harvard Entail balloon-borne Low Energy Gamma Ray telescopes and design. And then the testing of the technology for making seventy two to nineteen seventy five during post doctoral work at Leicester University worked on several X. Ray Astronomy rocket payloads. An and then he worked in the Center for Space Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from Nineteen Seventy five to nineteen seventy eight as project scientists in charge of the orbiting H. A. O. One eight four hard x Ray and Gamma Ray experiment. Which launched in August nine hundred? Seventy seven but in in seventy eight. He was selected to become an astronaut and he went on a total of five different shuttle flights..
"dr jeff" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Hey, what stuff to blow your mind? My name is Robert. Land and I'm Joe McCormack in today we've got a very special episode creole out there. We are doing a partnership with national, Geographic Yeah, so they've got a new show coming out called strange rock, and it is produced by Darren aaronow Sqi of many movie fame, and all about it's all about the science of planet Earth in the sort of intricate interconnected processes both geological and biological the keep the earth stable. Sanctuary for life as we know it, and in that sense, it has a kind of. Ecological Alexander von Humboldt kind of vibe that I. Really Like I. Like it when you can see the large-scale and small-scale interconnectedness of all things to to make the world how it is. Yes, in speaking of saying, this is a visual spectacle. Yeah, it's got a lot of really beautiful photography and it's hosted by Will Smith I. Don't know if he ever says welcome to Earth and it kind of hope so and it. It tells stories through the experiences of a large cast of real life, astronauts who are the only humans ever to venture beyond the shield that protects us from the universe at large, and so because of our partnership with National Geographic for this episode we got an opportunity to talk to one of the astronauts on the show Dr Jeff Hoffman who flew five space shuttle missions, including a Hubble Space Telescope repair, mission and this. This is a great interview. We're just delighted to share it with everybody doctor. Hoffman is very knowledgeable from multiple vantage points about the thing that we're going to be focusing on today, which is the radiation risk from space and how Earth protects us, and he's knowledgeable in a couple of different domains because he's done high energy astrophysics knows all about the radiation.
Los Angeles - Cedars-Sinai Preparing For Increase In Coronavirus Patients
"Obtaining medical supplies for hospitals is a growing challenge during the coronavirus emergency doctors and nurses are on the front lines and they need protective gear such as gloves and masks readily available we have more than enough supplies to care for the patients that we have right now the concern is that the volume of patients continues to increase and we want to make sure that we're prepared Dr Jeff Smith chief operating officer at cedar Sinai says they have not gone the route of other hospitals in the state asking seamstresses in LA's garment district to make masks as governor Gavin Newsom claims so we are receiving shipments but it really has been on a day by day basis and so we are working very closely with our distributors as well as the manufacturers he says they have seen an increasing number of patients with respiratory symptoms some who are
"dr jeff" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"You was twenty twenty in fact. It was just about a month ago about the time that I joined tick. Tock you know the social media platform that's pretty much the happiest place. On the Internet. People dance people lip sync people. Make you laugh. People make you smile. Sometimes people show other emotions but generally. That's what it is. It's a little bit Rachid. It's a little bit fun. It can be very informative well after joining. Take top learning the culture even submitting. Some tick tock of my own. There was a certain. Take top that jumped out at me just last week. It was video of people in Italy on their balconies in their apartments. Singing a Riana Song. You know blink. Better get my money. You know. That's all right anyway. They were singing all in unison. All in English despite the fact that probably not all been spoke English but it wasn't so much the song they were seeing although it was quite a proud moment to see black culture this dominating the world especially during a crisis and talking about Covert Nineteen Aka Corona virus. These people I read were all sequestered in their homes. Self quarantined because the country is lot down because virus is taken hole in spreads so quickly and so many have lost. Their lives is interesting to see how people adapt during a crisis and no doubt all of us have felt the impact of Corona virus around the globe. Even around the corner. And it's change. You know I talk about change happening. Two ways it's either thrust upon us or we take the reins we initiated. This was changed. That happened to us that was thrust upon the entire world and it's sad because people are losing their lives. People are dying. People are getting sick but on the other hand. There's a lot of good coming from corona virus it really is all a matter of mindset as an executive in business coach in life coach and make it my business to make sure that people own their happy because no one else does and it's the only way we can be resilient through tough times. I talked to Dr Hernandez Babari last week and we talked about globalism impact on the spread of this pandemic. This week I have another friend. You've heard him here before. Dr Jeff Gardir America's psychologist. He's GonNa talk to us about how to keep our mind right during unprecedented times. A fear and uncertainty without further ado. I want to reintroduce to you my friend. America's psychologists Dr Jeff Gardir..
"dr jeff" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology
"Welcome to life. Algae I James Miller your host and a licensed psychotherapist. I'm looking forward to spending this time view as we learned some pretty amazing life lessons. Let's get started. Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to listen to the show when you're done listening. I hope you take a minute and write a quick review on whichever radio podcast platform. You've heard this show. Your insights will help others to be inspired and encouraged. I have a great show for you today. I hope you create your own proof to show your success. Also be interviewing Dr Jeff. Stanage who helps organizations and their leaders disrupt the status quo and generate sustained results in the areas of organizational effectiveness in leadership. Jeff reviews his best selling book. The top performers field guide catalysts for leaders superstars and all who aspire to be. This book will give you specific tools and techniques to help you be a top performer in your industry for more information about Dr Standards. Please visit Jeff. Standridge DOT COM. You may also purchase his book in any digital bookstore or the previous guest products in both stores at other James Miller lite follow dot com or life allergy dot TV. Thank you.
Washington state confirms 4 more coronavirus deaths, bringing death toll to 6
"The county executive Dow Constantine earlier today we have moved to a new stage in the fight to contain mitigate and manage this outbreak the corona virus is now actively spreading here in Washington state and yes the death toll is rising car radios Hannah Scott reports executive Dow Constantine announcing an emergency declaration over the corona virus which is now killed six people in the state with confirmed cases in king and Snohomish counties continuing to rise and we're taking this situation extremely seriously Dr Jeff Duchin with king county public health says they're urging people most at risk those sixteen over with underlying health conditions to take extra precautions such as limiting social interactions but for now they're not recommending cancelling large public gatherings or closing schools as of tonight in king county five people died from the coronavirus nine people are alive they do have the disease in Snohomish county one person died from the virus three have it still
Washington state health officials announce 3 new virus deaths, bringing total to 5 in state and US
"Health officials in Washington state today confirming six people have died from corona virus over the weekend two men both with underlying health conditions died from covered nineteen on Monday king county public health officer Dr Jeff Duchin said there were new cases this brings the total number of cases to fourteen including five deaths total debt chief medical officer at evergreen Medical Center at Torrey palazzo said it was actually six people who died five of our cases that it died our king county residents we do have one that is a Snohomish county resident most were older and had underlying health problems and most who died had been staying at the life care nursing facility in
Virus spreads to more countries as new cases slow in China
"At least six people have died in a corona virus outbreak in the Seattle suburb king county Washington public health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says the virus it elderly and already ill patients we have an outbreak at the long term care facility life Karen currently Kirkland Duchin says all of those made ill by the virus have similar health problems before the outbreak he has the number of fatalities and serious illnesses is far less than the actual number of likely infections in the area it's important to understand that the vast majority of these cases that are mild are going undetected the worldwide death toll tops three thousand the number of known infections rose to about eighty nine thousand and seventy countries on every continent but Antarctica I'm timid wire
Coronavirus Tests States' Under-Funded Public Health Systems
"Tip of the iceberg. That is how one doctor working on the Cova. Nineteen outbreak in Washington state describes new cases discovered over the weekend. Cova nineteen is the disease caused by corona virus and public health agencies. Believed more cases will be found as testing picks up all this though is straining an already underfunded public. Health System will stone from member station K. EX reports from Seattle. A lot goes into chasing a virus much out of sight at the downtown headquarters of Public Health Seattle and King County. Staffers Huddle over their laptops fielding phone calls and directing a massive public health mobilization cove nineteen cases are emerging here without any clear linked to travel and it's raising concern that Washington State may be on the cusp of a widespread outbreak. The health officer for Seattle and King County is Dr Jeff Do Chen. Or we've got an amazingly large challenge in front of us with this new cases coming on very close together. A few schools linked to cases are temporarily closed. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has sent a team to investigate a deadly outbreak at a nursing. Home in Kirkland. Just east of Seattle do Chin says it's now clear. The virus has been circulating locally but only recently did state labs begin to do the tests themselves and on more types of patients that's led to more cases being discovered so our team is working pretty much around the clock to follow up on all of these cases all their potential interactions. They've had recently more than one hundred people at his department are part of the covy nineteen response. And they're hiring. They need nurses disease investigators and public health workers and it's costing a lot of money. Corinna Elson boss is preparedness director for Seattle and King County. She says the corona virus response is costing as much as two hundred thousand dollars a week. We are now entering a new phase of looking at. What is this look like when we have widespread transmission in the community? Ellison boss was here in two thousand nine and two thousand ten during the outbreak of the H. One N one flu one big difference between now and then unfortunately we have less staff than we did. During h one n one and we have not had sustained investments in public health preparedness budgets are tight for many public health departments throughout Washington. Congress is working on emergency funding. That could free up. Billions of dollars for cove.
Person In Washington State First In U.S. To Die From Coronavirus
"Oh eight there are three new cases of coronavirus in Washington state including one death it's the first coronavirus death in the U. S. the person who died was a man in his fifties with underlying health conditions more than fifty people in a nursing facility are sick and being tested for the virus governor Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency today in Washington state he's directing state agencies to all to use all resources necessary to prepare for and respond to a corona virus outbreak the declaration also allows the use of the Washington National Guard if necessary Dr Jeff Duchin is with the king county health department he says the other cases are all in one place and that group is very vulnerable cases are associated with a long term care facility called life hair and purple in Washington which is in our county one of the cases the healthcare worker a woman in her forties who is in satisfactory condition at Overlake hospital she has no no travel outside of the United States the second case said a woman in her seventies who is a resident of a long term care facility and she has appeared and this and another one of our local hospitals evergreen hospital we are aware of a number of other individuals associated with long term care facility who are also reportedly helps with respiratory symptoms the CDC has sent a team to Kirkland to check out the facility there is now about fifty people sick there and are being
Washington state man becomes first U.S. coronavirus fatality
"Nine and there are three new cases of corona virus in the state of Washington including the first fatality in the United States the person who died a man in his fifties with underlying health conditions and more than fifty people in a nursing facility or sick and all are being tested for the virus governor Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency in the Washington in Washington state directing state agencies to use all resources necessary to prepare for and respond to the corona virus outbreak the declaration also allows the use of the Washington National Guard if necessary Dr Jeff Duchin is with the king county health department he says the other cases are all in one place and it's a group that is vulnerable cases are associated with a long term care facility called life care and personal in Washington which is in our county one of those cases the healthcare worker a woman in her forties who it and satisfactory condition at Overlake hospital she has no known travel outside of the United States the second case said a woman in her seventies who is a resident of a long term care facility and she has appeared and this and another one of our local hospitals evergreen hospital we are aware of a number of other individuals associated with long term care facility who are also reportedly helps with respiratory symptoms the CDC has sent a team to the Kirkland to check out the
CDC preparing for a coronavirus pandemic, says Seattle Public Health official
"Out of Seattle king county public health says the CDC is preparing as if coronavirus will be the next pandemic Dr Jeff Duchin says his department's resources are being stretched thin on it's all hands on deck for using epidemiologists from all across the department all the way from their normal activities to help with this response we have volunteers coming and physicians and epidemiologist we don't know how long you know these people can commit but we're taking on all the help we can get says they're keeping an eye on two hundred and fifty people who had been to China travel through sea tac airport none of them have any symptoms are being asked to self monitor for fourteen days and report any illnesses right
"dr jeff" Discussed on Bad Science
"So that's always fun to throw on the stove these. What mulled wine? So you heat up some wine wine and brandy and throw in cinnamon and cloves and oranges and it just warm tasty and gets you tipsy. And it's lovely. WHOA that sounds great? I want that recipe. All right. I'll send it to you no problem okay good. That sounds really nice. Yeah I'M A PI guide to. I Love Pie. I feel like pies. Just better than cake in general universal I'm putting that out there pies better than cakes that are cheesecake. Excuse me cheesecake is better than Pie. So wait a minute for you. It goes cake Pie cheesecake the thought of Yeah cheesecakes definitely at the top. I don't know about pine cake onto that. Okay Dude Los cheesecake by I mean I like chocolate so like a good chocolate cream cream pie. I think he beats a chocolate cake. Getting getting specific to my chocoholics. Yeah I don't know what it is exactly but I'm I'm more of a pie guy. I got to say okay. I think we're we're nearing the end. Here we do a plug section at the end Shiny Moose. Something you want to tell. The people preach to the people Yeah I've been producing editing. This podcast called Success Express Success Express. Tell me about a it's hosted by you. What and our Buddy Eric? But I host this show John. Hey how could I host a different show or you lying. You gotta give yourself some more credit. Yeah you're right now I do host that show with Eric are very good friends that we've known for we're a little bit of a brotherhood. The three of us. Would you say yeah definitely last ten years or so. Yeah and Sean does a great job of producing the show and interacting with us. And it's a silly funny show. Yeah Eh Improv and music and it's a really good time. Yeah well I thank you for doing that. Show with us. Of course it's always a pleasure and thank you for being on this show no problem And thank you for watching that movie that you've never seen before. I hope you loved it and want to thank me for that. Yeah Okay startling new you Dr Jeff. Where can people find yourself? Are you doing any more of the draft house exposes. Yeah about once a month friend and I at the Alamo Draft House theaters in San Francisco. Show a movie and then talk about the science behind it so we did planes trains and automobiles last November a week from tonight. We'll be doing close encounters of the third kind one of my favorite sci fi movies of all time. Yeah and yeah you can. You can follow us. The event is big screen science. You can follow him at the Alamo Draft House website where in their mailing list and you know tickets on sale each month for our shows big screen science. That's right. That is very cool. I and I got a geek out for a second because I just went to the draft house here in La. For the first time I had never been to a draft house before and it was the best after five minutes of being in there. I told my girlfriend. We're not going any other theaters anymore. Other theaters are done that that is a typical reaction. Yeah the Alamo Draft House started in Austin Texas and has spread had a lot of cities in the US and yeah. I'm super excited. We have one in SF. I gotta get down to the one in L. A. at some point but yet that's that's the standard reaction is. There's just no reason. Go to other theaters now. Yeah it's just absolutely the gold standard. They bringing you food and cocktails. It's it's the ultimate experience. So I'm sure that your big-screen extreme signs is a ton of fun so I hope people see it and I hope I get to see it someday soon. Yeah Great Okay thank you sir. Thank you Dr Jeff Thank you Shining Moose and I'll see you guys next time When we do some other Thanksgiving movie close encounters? I guess what other what other Thanksgiving movies are there. Chicken run. Am I just saying that because there's a chicken minute trailer one. What does that mean Grind House? Oh I don't call thanksgiving. Maybe that one. How many Thanksgiving movies are they're feeling we're lacking in that? Not at Greenwich Penny. Yeah not many okay. So then let's start making those because I feel like there's an open market here. Does that make sense. Yeah for all you exacts. Yeah all you exects ex- listening we have tons of by the time you hear this. We have a list of Thanksgiving movie ideas. Blockbuster Ideas Superhero thanksgiving movies. Perfect okay so great so see you guys guys next time and then you guys stay on the line and we'll just we'll just brainstorm Thanksgiving movies for a couple of hours. Just kidding me. It's just GONNA be meted. I hear you all right. Thanks bye everybody. That.
"dr jeff" Discussed on Bad Science
"Job What the one about the kids? The one about the kids. What is about kids done in oh that one is that train that is trained about kids calling all angels. Yeah fantastic tested. So Sean loves calling all angels. And how long do you think it takes to get New York to Chicago by train. I'm going to say twenty hours worse. Okay I don't know Dr Jeff. That's a good guess. I found multiple routes I. I don't know which but as far as the train I gotta go with drops of Jupiter because ah after physicist by training so yeah and the drugs. Jupiter do get frequently in people's hair. Is that correct right. Problem scientifically accurate. That's great so wait. What's the different routes the twenty two hours? Yeah I found I found routes around. Yeah Twenty Two twenty four hours depending on which stations you want to go to and if you get do you have layovers and things like that but yeah it's it's slow that's for sure and also who should train have a song called New York to Chicago because if you think about it that's funny. I like New York to Chicago by train. Nothing I don't know if I you can't pick up on that one really so if you were in the band train you wouldn't. You wouldn't be tempted by that. It's just it's the fact that it's a reference to planes trains mobiles urged. Just no just because it's the city to one song. Sounds like a sentence that's cool New York to Chicago by train nothing. I'm just trying to think love ones. Well since you haven't I think that means that it's pretty good all right. We're GONNA take a quick break and we'll be right back. The break is over here we go. Let's.
Public health officials now require reporting of mold infections
"There was no ongoing public health risk from the Seattle children's hospital mold outbreaks of the county health officer says that's among the reasons there was no public announcement about it more from Cuomo's Ryan Harris county's chief health officer Dr Jeff Duchin tells the County Board of health children's did report it's Aspergillus mold infections but he says two or more are reportable and these were time so far apart they didn't believe they were linked to a single outbreak Duchin says he plans to make each healthcare associated Aspergillus infection reportable to county health this could help insure all facilities are tracking reporting these infections in a standardized way can provide an estimate of the burden of this condition as well as facilitate prompt outbreak recognition it also tells the board the CDC and other federal health officials agreed that children's plan to replace and upgrade its air handling a filtration system is the appropriate move to prevent future infections but the CDC says it's impossible to create as zero Aspergillus
Seattle's King County to make Aspergillus mold infections reportable to public health
"Seattle state and federal health experts were called called in in after after the the mold mold break break at at Seattle Seattle children's children's hospital hospital the the couple's couple's Ryan Ryan Harris Harris tells tells us us the the public public wasn't wasn't notified notified because because public public safety safety wasn't wasn't considered considered at at risk risk in in an an update update to the king county board of health the county's chief health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says during its investigation of the twenty eighteen Aspergillus mold cases a children's they were asked why they didn't make a public announcement the reason is because these cases were isolated often separated by long periods of time apparently unrelated and not known to be part of an ongoing outbreak there were no actions about which we can inform the public to take to protect their health kitchen says they also consulted with the state health department the centers for disease control and the National Institute for occupational safety and health and that there's agreement on plans for children's to replace its air handling system an ad help of filtration to its operating rooms and adjacent supply rooms Duchin says he plans to make individual cases reportable so they can be tracked
Hospital: Mold outbreak linked to infections since 2001
"Mold infections at Seattle children's hospital last year were not the first time we've learned there were more deaths from those infections because Ryan Harris is at children's of what its chief says it's doing to eliminate the problem instead of seven infections and one death from Aspergillus mold exposure since last year children C. E. O. Dr Jeff staring says there were seven more infections and five deaths between two thousand one in twenty fourteen but sparing says they didn't make the decision until may of this year to completely replace the air handling system immediately when we realize this may when we had the three new surgical site infections from Aspergillus given that that we we had had at at the the cases cases in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen for for me me that that represented represented a a repeat repeat pattern pattern that that we we had had to to do do something something more more significant significant systems systems sparing sparing apologized apologized and and says says they they continue continue to to follow follow the the families families affected by this problem the new air handling system will include hapa filtration for each operating room and the surrounding areas experiences they'll keep the operating rooms closed until January when that new system is installed
Mold outbreak in Seattle Children's Hospital linked to infections, deaths since 2001
"Mold infections and Seattle children's hospital last year were not the first and we've learned there were more deaths from those infections goals right Harris's at children's with what its chief says it's doing to eliminate the problem instead of seven infections and one death from Aspergillus mold exposure since last year children C. E. O. Dr Jeff sparing says there were seven more infections and five deaths between two thousand one in twenty fourteen but sparing says they didn't make the decision until may of this year to completely replace the air