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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:02 min | 2 months ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I think you came out of the confessional, maybe the bathroom, and I hit you with a pie to the face. I came out of the confessional once, the bathroom ones. It was awesome. You guys, you had the whole audience that one time helped me with cupcakes instead of the pie. That was fun. All right, let's put it to a vote. Surprise pies instead of just outside after the show. Who wants surprise pies? Pauly, and seaton. Marvin doesn't? Todd, who is very soft. My only issue not that we get all dressed up is usually we're able to put on something we don't care if it gets all covered in blueberries or raspberries or strawberries. And he's suggesting the clothes that you're wearing, you do. I'm just saying. You didn't get dressed up, dude. A free WFA and shirt from 99 is not gonna get ruined. You know what? I think the surprise is more fun. All right. So, and so it is. So let it be written, so let it be let it be done. Yes. It will be the moments were just updated. Yes. Yes. Yes. I got to come up with a trophy with me. Posing with a pie that, you know, theisman. Why Todd? Can we make one smaller? Oh my God, I want to smash you right in the face with a pie. If someone is wearing something particularly nice for whatever reason or a Jersey or something that they really like, maybe you don't necessarily do it on that day if it's going to be a surprise. I think that's fair. Because things get stained. Dress appropriately then. If you think you might get hit in the face with a pie, dress appropriately. One more addendum. One more item we close that hour too. It's been a bumpy ride. If you own a business, but could be some help on the way. Now, what if I said to you, you could get some money if you have 5 or more employees in managed to survive COVID. You could be eligible to receive a payroll tax rebate of up to $26,000 per employee, and it's not alone. It's a

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:29 min | 2 months ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I'm not worried about my kid because confidence. You know, I know you guys are in the honor analytics and everything, but special team is going to win a loser three games a year. And to your point, Dan, it lost you one other night. But hey brother, you gonna need that kicker man. No, no, no. Special teams didn't lose that game. That the choice to go with special teams lost that game. Now I'm asking my kicker to kick a 64 yard field goal. On the road. So I would have stayed with rusk on fourth and 5. And then get it closer and run the clock. It's not like the kick on block. The Bengals special teams cost them. And yeah, you know, mister McManus has been around a little while. So he should have confidence. And your coach has confidence in you. He went to you. But if he doesn't go to McManus in that situation, it doesn't mean he doesn't have confidence, it means the smarter decision is to let Russ go out there. This isn't a question in my opinion. All the analytics show you, and even if you don't buy an analytics, the analyst will tell you. Let rusk go out there, get 5 yards. That's it. Let's see, Jack in Florida. Hi Jack, what's on your mind? Hey, Dan, big shout out to everybody on the DP show. You guys are you guys are awesome. I called in about the home runs, personal opinion. I got to go with Babe Ruth. Reasoning, he had at least three or four times more than all of his competitors playing in the same era. So you could take any of the others and they never out distance their home run other people by the way, Babe Ruth did. So if you take your era, I'm going to go with Dave Ruth is my king. I got a baseball stumper, a record that's going to happen this week. It will never be broken. Molina Wainwright, battery makes their teaming up one more time this week. And I don't think in the future that will ever happen again. How many games have they participated in? And who are they breaking? Well, I believe they're breaking low litch and oh yeah, that's why Bill free him. And freehand. That's correct. And I do not know the number. I apologize. Okay. All right, well, thanks for the phone call, chair. By the way,

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:43 min | 2 months ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Because watching hard knocks. I'd play for Campbell. Like, sign me up. Oh yeah, I think anybody, anybody would, you know? I can't play, but I would play. I'd certainly, I'd certainly, I'd run through a screen door for him, not a wall. Like a lightly built screen door, I think I could do that. And then when you had to get up and do your Billie Jean dance, I liked it. A lot of props and it felt like you distinguished yourself as had a little bit of rhythm there. How nervous were you when you had to perform in front of the vets? Yeah, I mean, that was a moment that I saw coming for a while, but I didn't know when Judgment Day was. And, you know, it was really in that meeting. That was, I mean, when you guys heard it and hard knocks, that was when I, you know, that's when I realized in real time, like I was doing this thing. Right here right now. So did you rehearse? Oh yeah, I had to. I didn't know the lyrics at all when I picked the song because I know that I knew the chorus, but nobody knows what he says, like, you know, in the verse is leading up to it. You're kind of just bopping to it. And so I had to study those letters. So I was studying those lyrics and meetings and stuff in my head. I was always rehearsing them just for the moment that that moment would come. So I had to study a lot. On top of football, it was a little bit stressful, but I'm glad it's over with. Well, plus it was televised. And that's different from a lot of other rookies, hard knocks is there, so they're covering it, and then all of a sudden, you know, I don't know if that starts to sink in. God, everybody can see this if they want to see this. Oh, yeah. And I'm not someone who I'm not someone who's about to get up there and get food either. So I wanted to go up there, I wanted to do a little performance. I wanted to, you know, just sell out and I knew that if I went up there, had a good song, and I really just gave it my own. You know, I think the boys would like it a little bit, so it worked out. What did mom or your sister say? They loved it. I didn't tell them that I was doing the song. I came home one day, and I was like, I did it. I'm done. I did my rookie song, and it's out of the way, and I didn't even tell him, you know, I didn't tell I was picking Billie Jean or any of that.

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Night. I went and I looked up on the TV monitor and there was breakdancing. I think it was called B boy on ESPN or ESPN2. World championships? I don't know if it was world championships. Might have been in regular season. But my wife goes, this honing host. I'm not letting that one go. That's a good line. On ESPN, I go, yes, and she goes, what happened to ESPN? I said, well, I'm watching it. I mean, I'm watching B boys dancing, break dancing, yes. That was the 2022 world B boy battle championships. It was last night APM eastern. Yeah. A professional sports tournament for breakdancing. Yeah, and break dancing is going to be in the Olympics, I think, in Paris coming up. And I'm watching and I just thought what happened in my life, like I'm watching breakdancing, competitive breakdancing there. And then I'd bring it up during the commercial break, Marvin starts dancing. Pauly starts dancing. I got some cardboard left over from 87. Oh my God. I have the gloves with no fingers. And you're really serious. You start to pop locking in all that? Yeah. And then they, you know, because everybody's got to talk smack and they're stare downs and it's no different in break dancing. Like these guys are sizing each other up and they're dancing around the stage and I'm going are they I was watching a little bit too. I couldn't tell the ages of the competitors. They look like they were in their mid 20s. Right around there. These are like a veterans community. I don't know if there's a Champions League, is there a live tour breakdancing coming up here? Yes, time. If you get a bronze and break dancing, you come back to the states with that. Is that going to get you out of cereal box or any kind of product sponsorship? What do you get with that? Thank you.

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:15 min | 2 months ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"How about jury just doesn't say anything about this? Our hope is that it's not 6 to 8 weeks. Now it's we didn't put him on the IR. We expect him back in four weeks. Okay, what if he doesn't? Well, now it's on dak Prescott. Jerry should have just said, dak is going to heal. And he will do his best to get back to help us. And there's still time. People think that this season is over, and it's not. I've been around the NFL long time. And we still have time. And dak will be back. And in the meantime, Cooper rush is going to be a very good quarterback in this league, or we wouldn't have him on the team. Yes, Pauly. He's got two thumbs. He can use the other one. He's a right handed. Can you imagine other owners talking about specifics of medical issues and when their quarterbacks are coming back? Or are the athletes are coming back? Like the Rooney family. Can you imagine the room family going, you know, TJ watt, it's a partially torn peck. And I think it'll be back in 6 to 8 weeks. You know, I saw his groin up close and I could see that he had pulled his groin. And he's probably going to be back. He stayed today. But aren't we all? By the way, the second pick overall, Aiden Hutchinson, the lines rookie, former Michigan Wolverine is going to join us. Fritzi goes, he wants to talk about Call of Duty. I said, okay, talk about Call of Duty. And only Call of Duty. And we had to have further because we're going to talk football a little bit. It'd be nice. Qualcomm question in there. Maybe do that? Who plays Call of Duty? Pauly does occasionally. Well, why didn't you put your arm up slowly? Like, I'm maybe at the point in my life where admitting I play video games is not the coolest thing. Or it is really cool. It's one of the other. Marv, Call of Duty? I do not.

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"dr jerry" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"And i think the idea that he's doing his own. Free agent calls is kind of craz- that is certainly a take. I would agree for sure. I did like the details of his compound. Brentwood with mahogany. Was the mahogany cigar. Yeah i think a lot of people. Were expecting it to make an appearance on monday night. Football when he scripted with peyton and eli but unfortunately did not. I forgot that you are now just like an nfl correspondent. Yeah exactly yeah so to me. The i don't even know if this is like a takeaway but just kind of a big theme. Maybe that's also not the right where it just what i felt when i was reading. The story is just like the lakers. Constant search for relevance even at the cost of being competitive is so funny to me like so long as jeannie buses the owner. They will prioritize name over substance they are willing to sacrifice continuity. They're willing to sacrifice chemistry for the sake of of relevance and attention that in reality they do not need because they are the lakers so that was a big acoustic height. Exactly or alex caruso but like this was the one reason that they they backtracked on the kings and struck a deal for westbrook instead of buddy healed. Because i'm gonna quote a line from the story While she meaning genius has long since empowered rob pelinka to be the final front office decision maker. the impact of her family's legacy remains strong and the westbrook deal quite clearly was seen as the kind of move that would make her late. Father legendary lakers owner. Dr jerry buss smile so any of that statement bothers lakers fans. But if i were a lakers fan it would bother me. Like if if dr jerry buss could have seen the three point revolution take place. Maybe he starts smiling at other. Things is just like what. I just throwing that out there. But that mindset just stretches elsewhere beyond the westbrook transaction it. The article touches on their decision to bring in andre drummond and from where i sat when that happened to after reading the article today like he was brought in because he was a big name even though there was a risk of pissing off that move pissing off my trump and move was a disaster because they were playing really well with ghazal and then the alienate him. Even though if if you're going to play a center next to a he's the guy you on right exactly so you you you disrupt the team's chemistry in a very predictable way. you Disrespect a borderline hall of famer in the process and basically like his he just was never gonna come back. Which was reported in. That article was so upset. Another tidbit in there was that frank vogel only got a one year contract extension which is obviously insulting as the frank vogel has to do to get to. Nah he only one title in your one. Even though there was the bubble they had to deal with obviously the death of kobe. Bryant that you're started with them being stuck in china last year he has them with the number one defense in the league even though all their players are hurt. I don't know what they're thinking with. Frank vogel i guess he's aligned with lebron is how it's sold in the story contract wise but.

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"It's manual low. It's zen hello. it's an ass. Hello it's melissa. Is lucas corbett well. I am super excited about this. Show you all because it's about a topic. I love skunks yippee so stinky. Oh oh wow. We're learning something about a very strange animal. Now strange is relative there. Melissa because i happen to think skunks are very not strange their normal in my life when i was a baby someone gave me a homemade stuffed animal skunk that i never let go of skunk easy i love gunky i still have skunk -i and i have skunks living around my house and i wonder how many other people have skunks around. I wish i did actually have a stuff skunk Yeah cade. Kate is new on our crew. Welcome to the children's hour cade at. Yeah yeah. I'm thankful to say that i've never been sprayed but i have smelt it. So maybe they're not so strange but they certainly have strange properties. And we're gonna learn a lot more about him with dr jerry drag goo-. He is the founder and the director of the dragutin institute for the betterment of skunks and skunk reputations and dr dre goo is so kind to be with us on the show today. I we can't wait to learn more about skunks. Plus we're going to have a book review by our own. Evan dates series called a boy called bats. It was a two thousand eighteen global read aloud book. But it's actually a trilogy. And dr dre goo is actually a character in these books. Plus we're going to hear from the kids in the extinction. Diaries in their series that they're doing on animals that were thought to be extinct but no longer. Are there covering an animal that is quite misunderstood. Similar to our own skunks. We've also got us gunky story for you by the legendary storyteller bill harley. There's great music for you today..

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"dr jerry" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"A toxin into the body in impedes ability to repair your dna and this is one of the big fines that fritz albert popp discovered back in the nineteen seventies and he said all carcinogen christina genyk agents blocked the frequency of three hundred eighty nanometers. Which is ultra violet range. And so when you're taking benzine Graphene oxide in these other Formaldehyde other events which are courson agenda. And and the basically is blocking the body's ability to heal the dna and that's why you run into serious problems surveys. These gentlemen. if you have any questions. I'd be glad to put you on live But today i. I wanted to tap into the doctor. Jerry's world Because he is an expert in this field he's been doing it and and having good success in documenting it just just to get to introduce you to the fact that everything has a frequency the light the wood the tree but everything in our body. Every oregon has a different frequency and when they become disease that normal frequency. Isn't there anymore and the doctors or the past. The doctors of the future will be more concerned with that because that can be that can be rectified by putting in the correct frequencies either in the form of sound or light and you're finding more and more physicians. I am finding anymore anyway using light therapy light using led's in a six hundred thirty five nanometer. So there's two different terms dr jerry. We have hurts. And we have nanometers. They're both frequencies right. Yeah well what's interesting. There's a swiss company called zip ter- z. E. p. t. e. r. That back in the eighties spent a lot of money When research on rnd and what they discovered is a hyper polarized lens. And give you an example. There was a fellow who had a basal cell carcinoma the size of a golf ball on his forearm and two twenty minute treatment treatments a day for three weeks with the hyper polarized full spectrum. Light literally the body forced to cancer right out of the skin and no scoring. And i'm i'm now using two hundred thirty one frequency nanometer frequency gun at the clear up some skin skin problems and after using a now for two weeks. We'll talk about it more when that went on the after four weeks. But everything's gone away blemishes precancerous lesions. They're leaving my body just with one treatment day for two minutes. So this is the wave of the future ladies and gentlemen it but as long as the big pharma is controlling everything You're going to have to learn about it yourself. That's why i run this podcast Jerry does his just to spread the word that there is alternatives to big pharma. And i keep saying every almost every week show me the bodies because as of the latest issue from the american association of poison control centers..

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"dr jerry" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Off. Never talked about the frequencies again mayo. And the arthur kendall disappeared from the face of the earth and was located of living on the three hundred acre formed into mexico and never to be hurt again about the right frequency. So you know big former the medical cartel they had a squash. The healing in fact would really ticks me to know when there's a book. Dr one called politics in healing by daniel. Haley that presents. Twelve major breakthroughs natural breakthroughs in cancer. Therapy that we're all squashed by the medical cartel round well as you're seeing these gentlemen during this past year and a half the the Politicisation of medicine at politics as as trump actual medical care. How were money ruled. Were cheap ivermectin or hydroxy. Clerk winner at Vitamin c the natural products. Were were Ivermectin enda drives a cork. We are not natural products there in inexpensive. And they were they were. They were just Shelved to the apollo political bureaucratic foul. She could push remdesivir three thousand four thousand dollar drugs that did nothing the just a recent example but this has been going on. I mean natural healing is under fire all over home Homeopathy is under fire. They wanna outlawed by. They went out because they say they can't find anything in the vials. But they're not looking. For what dr jerry's frequencies raise absolutely will you know you can tell that they're running scared because you know they change the semantics of things so instead of saying chemotherapy. Now immune therapy. It's the same poison in a but they changed the vocabulary and the reason why they had to attack the hydroxy corp win and the ivermectin because they could not get emergency excuse to produce vaccines if you had natural cures available. So that's why they trashed him all right if you have you we we actually have today treatments for this virus. If we have treatments that are so effective. Like ivermectin has been named now the the new penicillin with some studies. Show ninety one percent effectiveness in curing that virus So why would you need a vaccine. That went from the computer to your arm and is not even a vaccine. I should wash my mouth out with soap for calling it a calling it..

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Morning Fix by 510k Cafe

The Morning Fix by 510k Cafe

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Morning Fix by 510k Cafe

"Thank you both for having me on this awesome platform to talk about a variety of things in my. My background is is quite unique. I'm a metaxas. Kitto raise in south texas and went to undergraduate school at the mccombs honor. Spring for business. I had a unique insight into case based learning in addition to my pre medical studies than so i combine that background and went to medical school at the university of texas health science center in san antonio. I was very fortunate there to work at the veteran's hospital work on vision rehabilitation and it was particularly lucky to work at the active military hospital. There formerly brooke army medical center and work with burn patients whose to or Injuries from iad's during operation iraqi freedom and enduring freedom and unburned around eyelids and got to head unique interests into eyelids as the vision rehabilitation from the outside. The ice standpoint you know was was something very important for those soldiers who had gotten hurt so that was my first sort of entry point into reconstruction surgery on the island. Which obviously you know you go into medical school. you're not thinking. Hey i want to be an islet surgeon but it was very very unique and very satisfying. So that was my first exposure to occupy surgery at furthered. My training by doing rotations at hospitals across the country in san francisco. Miami the ended up in in oklahoma city. The dvd eye institute which is very highly rated ophthalmology residency program and we were very high volume institution and focused on intraocular surgery eyelid surgery or surgery. Cosmetic surgery in just really kind of fall fashion. I matched to two year. Eyelid facial cosmetic and reconstructive fellowship at the medical college wisconsin under the direction of the steam. Dr jerry harris who was editor of the ophthalmic lactic plastic and reconstructive journal reconstructive surgery journal as well as president of our occupies exciting spent two years. Really just taking you know. Call almost every other day taking care of trauma reconstruction and really kind of owning my skills to be a super specialist as they call it. During that training..

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South Los Angeles communities seeking vaccine

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

05:40 min | 1 year ago

South Los Angeles communities seeking vaccine

"Us now. Is the man who oversees vaccine distribution at ketteringhealth center in south los angeles dr jerry. Abraham abraham so real honor to have you here. Thank you so much for your time tonight. Thank you for having me rachel. Let me start just by asking you if i've got any of this this wrong. I've tried to give sort of a reasonable snapshot of how you and your colleagues have been approaching this work. Let me ask you if i missed anything. Crucial if i got anything wrong now. I really appreciate you telling the story. I think it's important to hear where we were. And then how from the very beginning. We've been extremely solutions oriented. And that's how we've gotten to where we are right now. Eighteen thousand doses into the arms of angelenos. How have you been able to beat this. Vaccine equity issue that has been a terrible in every state in the country. We've got the proportion of people of color getting the vaccine significantly lower than what their proportion is of the population. How are you beating that pattern. Did you know in advance how you were going to tackle that problem or has it been a trial and error evolving process. Sure i'll just Start by saying a few things. We've felt nothing but cooperation and solidarity with our colleagues of the department of public health. You know we've been in complete lockstep partnership we appreciate everything that they've done everything that we've asked for from the state and we've been in close communication with the cdc and others and so. I think that's been extremely helpful. That i truly believe. We're all in this together. And i get that sense. And that's critical they at the end of the day. There's just three things that really are the challenge and that's not enough vaccine's not enough hands to deliver them and just not enough resources then funding in terms of the specific problems that i think we're having with communities of color around the country. There's been a lot of attention. to vaccine. hesitancy understandable vaccine have hesitancy among lots of different communities of color for lots of different reasons and clearly that has to be some piece of the puzzle but it does also feel like there are barriers to entry in terms of how you get yourself vaccine appointment. How you get your mom or your dad a vaccine appointment or some other elder in your community how we signed people up how we asked them to come to sites where vaccines are available. I'm and it does seem like you've cracked that code a little bit. You know so kind of going back really quickly You mentioned How why are we effective. And are we actually Delivering vaccines to people who are in most need particularly communities of color black and brown wear the heat maps show the highest rates of cove. Infection are When we look at how it was distributed in dc or you look at chicago's maps. And then you showed us the maps of los angeles. We really wanted to prioritize the most vulnerable here in south los angeles so our first mantra. Was you know we put on our oxygen mask first and then we were gonna make sure that we turn to our neighbors and made sure that we offered them this lifesaving essential medicine so we actually vaccinated are three hundred to four hundred employees and then we went to black and brown healthcare workers throughout south los angeles than they really didn't have places to turn because they're not part of large health systems so we really became their safe haven there safe harbor to be vaccinated after that. We said that's not enough. We weren't in it just tobaks ourselves. We really wanted to make sure that we can get to every grandma and grandpa every vulnerable senior every essential worker that needs it when they are eligible. And so that is the commitment that we've made to kind of get to where we're at but of course you know just not enough vaccine so at the end of every day. It's just as constant struggle to try to get through the day and we work so lockstep with the county to find expiring doses in our mantra. Here at catcher in is no drop will go to waste and we make sure that every drop ghost in someone's arm but that needs to be our seniors that needs to be are black and brown healthcare workers it needs to be all of our health care workers And then there are times we have expiring doses me. Don't have folks lined up and that's where we're partnering with you. Know politicians offices community based organizations faith based organizations. We need to figure out. Better ways to get those who are shut out and that's where our solutions came in making sure that there were work arounds for the website work arounds for not having a cell phone not having email. Maybe not having a driver's license because you're undocumented worker or an undocumented grandma in this community what if you don't have a car we live in an area where predominantly our patients. don't have access to transportation. We made it very clear that we were going to be a walkup site because not having a car should not be a barrier. It's not getting a vaccine. Not having an email and not having a phone is not a buried not getting a vaccine not having internet is not a reason to not get a vaccine and in here we were so focused and committed to overcoming those barriers. We've also been very positive. I think the optimism that you feel and sense and you see in the stories. We've got music dancing. We're happy we're smiling. Because we know that this is the solution to overcoming this epidemic to reopening our economy to getting back to work to getting back to loving our loved ones and hugging and all the things that we did before. This epidemic began so we're actually joyous every day that we can be a part of the solution which has don't have enough vaccine to do the job and do it the best we know we can

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"dr jerry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Colleagues are dying pressure heart rates. Dr. Jerry Abraham serves in one of Ella's most neglected communities. Lines form at 3 A.m. to register in person. They don't understand that Grandma and Grandpa don't even have an email address, much less the phone. Those should not be the barriers that stand between you and access to a vaccine. And the C D. C. We're coming off the worst month for deaths regarding coronavirus in the nation. The CDC says. Another 84,000 are expected to be killed this month alone, All right, it's a 20 guess what's western Massachusetts, seeing some sunshine and it's headed our way. Later on today, we'll see some sun is temperatures get near 40 degrees Well, the House leaves Republicans behind and votes to jam through $1.9 Trillion in an economic relief package offered up by President Joe Biden. They do it through a process known as reconciliation, So therefore it is a partisan approach. The GOP had been pitching a targeted plan President Biden not on board with reducing the $1400 payments sent directly to most Americans, however. He is open to maybe limiting the distribution of that $1400. It's on the way to the Senate. Next were Republicans are expected to throw up several roadblocks in the Democrat's plan. Need a new hobby. Try out this new kind of library overseas Glass goes Music Brothel Library opened three years ago but really took off in the pandemic Director Gen. O'Brien. It's a similar concept here book library.

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"dr jerry" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You achieve the same result with avocados or nuts? Well, you won't get the same results was nuts because not having a protein in them, And they have the wrong kinds of fat. Most nuts are full of omega six fats, and you already have way too many of those if you eat any of the seed oils. And avocados. I've tried blending in avocado into coffee and let me just tell you coffee. Guacamole is a horrifying experience. Do not do that to coffee or avocados. Yeah, I can't imagine that You could do a lot of good things with avocados, ice creams, smoothies. I would not. I'm sure you've tried putting it in coffee. I have indeed. And I regret it to this day. What I can tell you, though, is if like a lot of people, So I want to be a plant based. I'm going to use avocados becomes they're still relatively high in omega six oils. Have a lot of mono unsaturated good fats. So if you want to do a half or whole avocado today, that's fine, but it's going to be difficult to use just avocados to get into ketosis. Because just like most of the other fats you could do that includes animal fats that includes even things like wrestle butter, which are generally good for most people. What you end up with is it takes a couple days before the body realizes. Oh, Have to convert the fact into key count when you take em CT oil the way you know hundreds of millions of times you've all done a symbol of your copy. The empty oil cannot be stored as fat. And your body doesn't even process it like normal fat. It's just Oh, let me just take this and put it straight into energy production. And so it bypasses, Deliver it bypasses. A lot of things is almost burned more like a carbohydrate. And, interestingly, the body won't store in CT oil like it does normal that you even bother any kind of fat. For the most part, the body can store it. But EMC, Doyle says, I can't start. I better burn it. And that is that instant burning of the fat for energy. That's why when the doughnut is sitting in front of you, there's no voice in your head. That's right that the second passing hack in the books, especially for people who want to function during the day during the intermission fast You could make it a light bulb Profuse. Take your black coffee. Even just a teaspoon of grass of butter. Couple teaspoons of brain octane, innit? You have blended up. And the difference between wanting food and craving and sort of gaming mid morning and just feeling that gets the best money had in a long time. It is noticeable that first time so this is one of those. Oh, you get used to it. It's what just happened to me kind of land. And I say that was so much confidence because of the 10 years. You video. Is there something about the answer is the M C. T oil have to bond to the butter. And how does Why boat know the reason for both mystified me. In fact, it made me mad on Do you know I love Iraq, right? I'm a scientist. And I experimental lot. Of course, like any sane person. Why would have blended stuff? I can't even think about her and drink some coffee. It's like I did this one. I felt myself last. I'm meeting a chick about her, like a snickers barks when hungry and fasting and And you know what? People looked at me Funny. I don't know what, but I had abs and they didn't. So it seemed okay. I'm looking at you funny, and I can't even see you. That's that's not doesn't sound good. Wasn't it was fortified myself, do it. And it didn't work. Here's why butter matters so much and this is a secret of y bulletproof copy works that I didn't write about in my book because I hadn't done the research after I called Dr Jerry Pollack at University, Washington and I gave him $50,000 to do basic water biochemistry research. This guy. Figured out that Give me a sec, Terry. It's water. Oh, water, biochemistry research success out of the water, and you just wanted I know. Go the You're giving your own research by drinking it. What he what he did. You figured out something called exclusions on water, and there's all kinds of people out there. So it's removed. Because because you talk about you know, magic fairy angel structured water and pray over your water. And your that might be some efficacy to that. That's the kind of structured water or exclusions and water that doctor Polish studies. You can see it under a microscope. It's actually visible, so we know it's there. Normally when you drink water Your body takes the water, and it has to put the water in next year. Cells and yourselves are made of tiny droplets of fat. That's what the cell membrane is. And then Body heats the water up with body heat, and over time the water changes from the water. You drink into exclusions on water. Before you can make energy using water as a part of the energy cycle. You have to do this? When you put the butter in the coffee and you blend it. You've ruined it for about 20 seconds. Those tiny droplets of fat transformed the water in the coffee into exclusion zone water. Dr. Public's Research revealed very recently, actually. That droplets of butterfat in water form the largest exclusion zone he's ever seen and water. So.

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"So you can scan a person find the frequencies that are in there that don't belong in there and then take the frequency of that out of phase into a little bottle and then shine a scaler energy through it into the body and we're talking to have get pooped. Wow and so. That's the way we detox people again. The the five reasons that we find that better. The batteries discharge is not enough thyroid. Hormone t three scars across the circuit. That shorted out dental infections. Shorted out he emotional baggage and toxins and so each one of those has the ability to drain your battery little more little more. A little more until finally slips upside down once. It's upside down nothing. You do works so what we can do is if we apply scale energy to the circuit. That has this upside down. It will flip polarity back still discharged. Then we need electromagnetic energy to recharge the battery backup and we use the device developed called a bio modulator which puts out electro-magnetic whereas about transducer puts out scaler once we get charge that battery backup to fully charge. Now the body has the voltage to go start making new cells and they will do it and remember the body never forgets how to heal itself. It just happens to have to have the voltage to do it. It has to have all the parts takes to make cells and you have to get rid of toxins damaged cells as fast. Who makes them when you do. All of those things about it. Goes back to work. All you have to do is get out of the way. Let it heal itself. Yeah that's amazing. And i and i believe that totally having kind of scratched the surface on on these kinds of principles for a long time. Now let's just dip into the like food and Consumption of food and consumption of water. Because obviously you know from a electrical standpoint a h. standpoint there's acidic food there's lower voltage food there's higher voltage food And yeah i just wanna touch touch base on that and get your point of view because obviously this is a lot of stuff that people are hearing in there like okay well scaler energy and this device and my tea and toxins okay. So what can i do to move forward in my life. And what can i do as it relates to what. I'm putting in my mouth to help support this positive. slightly alkaline state that is least at a foundational level more conductive and at least pushing me in the right direction and also the right structured water enough hydration so it just touch onto that aspect a little bit so touch touch base on the on the food side of things and maybe on the water side of things as a what a person can do moving forward chur. I'm just give it. Give an example that i find effective in talking to people about this subject and that is let's assume that you have a fortress and you those you love her inside the fortress but there's always an army outside trying to break in and steal your stuff and kill your people so the the two ways to look at things is In traditional medicine we're always trying to kill the invading army. But the reality is there's always another invading army behind that one and so it's very hard to maintain yourself by trying to kill invading armies on the other hand as long as you're fortress is strong in the walzer strong then the army can come but it can get to you and so the reality. Is that what you want to do is to have your fortress. Which is your body epa. Have all of the adequate systems. Have the voltage the nurse the nutrients the water the whatever To keep the walls of the fort strong. And that's of course a big problem with what we've got going on around the world right now. So many people are focusing on fighting armies and they forget about the the the published studies that have come out. One came out a couple of weeks ago showing that in spain they took people that had positive tests for the virus and divided into different groups. One group got vitamin d and usual therapy. And the other didn't and ninety two percent of the people got vitamin d. Didn't end up in icu. Whereas forty six percent of those that didn't get vitamin d and it ended up in icu. So again his. We're back to your your your premise. That whole we do. We have the nutrients antibody to make it run the way god designed it and that keeps our fortress intact so maybe people will find that an algae helpful. Yeah so i mean i. I wrote a book on On some of these things and you know and if people can kind of understand that that fresh living plants are definitely from a general perspective higher voltage With structured water with minerals with fiber with all of these things and if you're eating processed food and dead food than that's a very low voltage food that stealing this this energy in this voltage from you leaving you. More and more susceptible over a period of time to not being able to replenish these systems. And that's where the degeneration or as you're the devoted like the lowering of voltage over time. It's kind of changing my whole view of degeneration a now. it's just from a from electrical standpoint. we're just losing losing energy and not building that energy again exactly. Don't let me be sure that people don't misunderstand what i'm about to say. I perfectly support the idea of eating good. Fresh food drinking goodwater electron donor. Water not electrons steeler water et cetera. What i find is not actually. The case is that if a person is his sick and particularly if they've flipped player it is some of their battery packs. They can eat as close to perfect diet as one can develop for them or is they're able to do and they still won't get well because you cannot get enough electrons. Well let me say this a better way. If you flip the polarity in your battery you can put in all the electrons you want in. The body is grateful for those and will use them but they get used up. And there's no backup system because your battery won't whole those electrons as charge with its upside down so.

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"Okay. So we've been going down the list of why Why batteries discharge. We looked at thyroid. We looked at scars. We looked dental fictions now. We look at emotions. Get into our memories and our motions are stored in the body is magnetic fields very much like a. dvd writer has magnetic kneel at rights pictures on the platter. Stoner stand how we can do something about them. You have to think about an orchestra if an orchestra is playing all the instruments are in tune. You have beautiful music but if one of the violins is out of tune your here screeching in front of all the other music. Well our memories are stored in the body with frequencies that are in tune with the body so the bodies happy for them to be there but our emotions are stored with frequencies that are out of tune was a body so they're like screeching violin while the body doesn't want to hear that street all the time so it builds a wall around it sudden have listened to it but that wall blocks old-age a-block circuit and drops so old each and that's how emotions make us sick is drops the voltage well. What to do about it happens that every different circuit in the body every different acupuncture circuit or muscle battery pack runs at a different frequency. Just very much like different. Radio stations and every different emotion has a different frequency. and they resonate with each other. So hanger gets stored. In the liver gallbladder circuit fear get stored in the kidney bladders oregon stored in spleen stomach et cetera. Well you have to remember. We talked about the fact that the human body is an electromagnet in all electromagnet surrounded by magnetic field. And all of the information that's in the electromagnet gets transmitted out into its field. When the human the field goes out about five feet so when you're walking within five feet or something of someone you're actually walking through their memories but you don't know because you don't have receiver for that on the other hand if you're paying attention when you walk within five feet of something. Oftentimes you'll bump into a little resistance that you can feel a little bit like walking down the sidewalk and there's a little guests to win that. Hitch in the face when you feel that you bumped into a person's Emotion one of their emotions. Well because emotions are frequencies they can be tuned with their energy and remember scaler energy is about transducer found so if you apply either one of those two that Distortion it will tune it back into a frequency that is in harmony with the body. And so what you've done is you've tuned in emotion into being just a memory while so are you saying that i mean obviously someone can talk and get into emotions and and say consciously what's going on but we know that so much is unconscious right and so much stored and maybe like you said it's already built up walls so number one. How do you tasked for the emotional blockages. And then and then how do you counteract. I kind of think of like a rife technology right so a certain frequency and you give it the equal and opposite and in kind of neutralize it. So how do you. How do you discover the emotion in someone whether they're aware of it or not and in how do you kind of counteract that with the same frequent well. The reality is when people come to my clinic with all sorts of frenetic illnesses. The two elephants in the room are always dental infections and emotions and of course we address both of those because if we don't address those then We can make people a little bit better but they don't get well. If you address those things people tend to get well and so again so much of what one needs to do to understand how the human body works and how to interact with it. One needs to understand the difference between electro-magnetic energy and scaler energy and again that's another conversation but the reality is that one can. Let's say that you drive around a curve. In you have a car wreck. Next time you grind drive. Around the curve here pupils dilate your pulse speeds up cetera because of the emotions of iraq but if we identify the emotion of your and tune it into being just a memory then the next time you drive around the kirby center is where my wreck but nothing happens because now it's just another memories. It's bodies happy to be there. You've taken out the charge of the emotion that that really takes people on a dive if they have it healed that part they have the memory. But it's attached to all of this detrimental emotion that obviously physical is itself. Remember that a motion blocks a circuit and lowers voltage in that circuit. And so if you have. Let's say you're really angry about something or other. You're angry because your dad left deal when you were six. So you're angry because your wife just divorced you or your angry because you got fired at work. A whatever that is going to get stuck in your liver gallbladder circuit. And so you're going to start having problems with your liver not working. Well or the gallbladder circuit goes to your is actually a power supply to your ear to your hip and your knee and so one of those is going to start going out on you. Just because you're carrying the anger which dropped the voltage. You say it's it's not So much appointed You know we're try. We try to explain all these things because we're trained that way was biochemistry but it's not biochemistry. Physics we drop the voltage and the whatever's on that circuit that's related to that emotion that resonates with that emotion voltage drops in that circuit and bats the circuit to get sick. Well okay we go. Final thing is is toxins and toxins. Of course are all electrons steelers so every as different frequency so if you take device called a spectrophotometer and you measure the light coming from the moon you can say. Oh there's calcium on the moon i see its frequency. Well if you put a bunch of atoms together to make a molecule it has a certain pattern of frequencies and you can use a device called mass spectrometer and identify that molecule. And that's how i can say. Oh this person was poisoned with. Fill in the blank. It can see it in their machine. Now if you take a frequency and you put it. In a second time the same frequency it increases its power but if you put a frequency and then you put the same one and out of phase then the to collapse each other and poof there. So if you go out to las vegas or reno and you go in where the slot machines are. They don't want you to use your cell phone. So the hotels no the frequencies that all the phone companies used and they put that signal and out of phase so when you try to use your cell phone it cancels your cell phone signal. They don't want you in there playing games on your cell phone. They want you there plugging in on the on the slot machines. Well we use that. Same basic technology based on the work of dr li cowden where we can scan. Leave my lovely. Yeah yeah. he's a great guy. One of my favorite people..

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"Root canal teeth are dead and one hundred percent of root canal. Teeth get infected. Because they're still attached at the roots to the vascular lymphatic system and so i bought haley at the university of kentucky. Shown one root canal truth shuts down sixty three percent of your immune system. No i have one the 'grande okay. Now that one is in your kidney bladder circuit and which is Perhaps from the standpoint more important than some others in that the final common pathway to all of your organs for voltage to go is bladder circuit. So when you take out that final top pathway you usually have general overall voltage. Is there any way to and for all of you. Don't see it's my front tooth. I landed on it as a kid. is there any way to do a root canal. 'cause we did high oxygen treatment on it later in my life and cleaned it out and is there any way to have a root canal done correctly. Or what is my next step. Do i have to pull that tooth and put something else in. Or what are your thoughts on that and so you simply have to pull it. Clean up the bone..

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"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

15:08 min | 2 years ago

"dr jerry" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"Only in one direction but at the speed of light now. Physicists say well energy electrons. don't move through through leaving things at the speed of light. But that's been proven to be incorrect by By german physicist by the name of constantine meal so he's proven in his lab that yes indeed Energy moves or electrons. Move through the body of speed of light. Wow which helps us understand if why if you put essential oil on your big toe. The frequency of that is in your brain at the speed of light so we have this Muscle battery pack system. And that's the major provider of voltage and by the way just as an aside the brain uses more voltage than anything else in the body and therefore it needs the biggest batteries so the br the battery as supply for the rain is our legs. Wow that's the backup. Backup system for the brain is is the lake so one of the reason. Your brain works better if you go out and walk around the block because you've charged it up. Hey what do you use on your skin. I use this incredible product. The good from caldera lab. It's lightweight serum is made of twenty seven. Active plant tackles that are ganic and wild harvested. Yes this is my ideal serum for my face just a small amount every night after washing my face in his all it takes to have this great skid smells good feels good and helps tackled dry skin without being oily wrinkles scarring. It really does. Keep my skin looking young as i absolutely feel from inside. Gotta try this stuff. Go to caldera lab dot com forward. Slash darren or use the discount code all caps darren at the checkout for twenty percent off your first order of the good. If you don't like it guess what they will give you a full for and refund to invest in it invest in your skin and your health. It's easy guys go get some energy begets energy. But now this actually explains it right suggest by the the moving changing of the the almost geometry of the muscle. You're saying that that is the actual pump or the release of energy from battery pack. Yes as pies. Electricity is the is the muzzles battery charger. And so that's why it's Exercise is important. You know you talk about exercise. Being important to move lymphatic. But i think much more important job it has his keep your battery packs charged now another interesting thing is that as an embryo develops it starts in the brain and from the brain circuits. Extend down into the rest of the body and as they do so they go through very specific teeth. And so our teeth individually become integrated in specific circuits and. That's why our teeth have such an important role in all of our electronic circuits so so we start with the big batteries in our muscles to go through the teeth. And then they go down to the cell membranes and our cell membranes are actually designed to be capacitors so unwarlike bastard. Capacitor is a small battery so if you'd have to electron conductors separated by an insulator you have what's defined as a capacitor and thus store electrons are store will ditch the difference between a capacitor and a battery is in play a capacitor. When it's asked to discharge completely discharges all of the energy at has whereas battery can release it slowly over time so basically again. We have our muscle battery packs than we have. Our cell membranes are actually small batteries if you please just underneath. The cell membranes is a special kind of water that has been called easy water exclusion zone water alcoholic abso docked. Pollock has given it that name and it's actually another of voltage storage system because instead of being h. two o. is h three zero two which is an electron donor form of water. So there's a third battery. Then we have the mitochondria and those are the little power stations inside of cells and inside the maddock andrea. We have another rechargeable battery system. It's called atp when it's charged up his called adp when it's discharged well. The atp is the final Batteries power source for the cell to do what it needs to do. And as it spins its electrons and becomes a discharged battery. Obviously you need a battery charger. Inside the maddock andrea and that battery charger is called the citric cycle or the krebs cycle and the krebs cycle has designed to run on fatty acids so for every unit of fatty acid. You put into the krebs cycle. If oxygen available you get enough electrons to charge up thirty eight of those little. Adp batteries but if oxygen is unavailable for every unit of fatty acid you put in. You only get enough electrons to charge up two of those batteries so little like a car that goes from thirty eight miles a gallon two two miles per gallon if you don't have enough oxygen and then finally we have our dna dna when you see pictures of it. You generally see it from the side and it looks like you took a couple of ladders. Twisted them together. But if you look at it from the and you'll see there's a big hole down the middle and down the middle of that whole is in implodes what's called scaler. Energy and scaler energy has the ability to go down. Not only do service the power supply to your dna but it has power to read to communicate it to the next new sell. It makes it to communicate with other cells in the body so the scaler energy that employs into dna is not only a battery. But it's an information transfer system. Wow so we have these five different batteries. That must work a for the cells to continue to function so one of the things then. That's important to recognize his that. If someone has an organ that's not functioning normally. You can take it to the bank that it won't have adequate because all chronic disease is defined by having inadequate voltage. Now the next piece of the puzzle happen stipulate polarity so if you look at a battery. It has a plus on one end and a minus on the other hand. If you take any rechargeable battery new drain it two zero the polarity flips upside down. So now if you take a battery and put it in a ratty charger upside down at won't take charge while it and so what happens. In our muscle battery packs in particular is if we drain our our muscles to down to zero. They flipped her priority. And therefore we lose the power that's necessary to have the twenty five miller goals for cells to walk run correctly. And we certainly don't have the fifty miles. It takes to make new cells to repair them so once. Batteries flipped nothing. You do works. So how do people in the normal day out of power they draining. They're they're they're muscle battery packs for example how that happened. Well we've identified five different reasons that muscles and and flipped their polarity. First of all is steroid. Second is a scar across the circuit across the the wiring system for that battery. Third is a dental infection in The teeth that are in that circuit fourth is emotional baggage and fifth his toxins so each one of those things will drain your battery a little bit an extra drain a little more than a little bit more and finally you add enough of those things together then the battery flips now. This is one of the major defects in my view of traditional medicine and even many forms of so called alternative or natural medicine and that is in traditional medicine. We do scientific studies. And that's in quotes scientific studies in order to find out if one particular thing is causing something or if one particular incur- something and so we try to isolate all of the other substances or other things just to see what. The effect of that one particular thing is what the reality is almost. No illnesses are due to one particular thing now. There are obviously exceptions if you happen to be next to assure chernobyl when it blew up. Yeah the radiations gonna kill you. You know if you're under the water and held their your and you don't get oxygen. Yeah that's going to kill you too. But talking about most of chronic disease is not a single item causing it. it's a combination of various electrons. Steelers added together which are adequate in their summoned total to drain the battery zero k so now we see that. Same thing in natural medicine alternative medicine. Whatever you wanna call it. Everybody's always looking for that magic south african jungle juice. It's gonna cure everything. That's wrong with everybody and i'm sure having gone and inspected a lot of those things you in particular know that that's simply not true. There isn't one magic notes. So what you have to do then is to go down the list of those things and identify which ones are active in order in keeping us circuit Flip because if you don't fix them all even if you flip the battery back in charge it up which can tell you how do in a moment he'll simply flip again. So would you like me to go down the list. Let's do it. Let's go to list so thyroid. Hormones very important but thyroid hormone. That's most important. Is t three so the thyroid normally makes tea three four but the thyroid hormone that most doctors prescribe is just t- four. Now the problem is that to convert t four into the active form of t three. You must have. I dine progesterone glutathione and several other things that are in the list that you have to have been. The problem is that many people are deficient in those cofactors nutrients. So if you give somebody four. It doesn't matter if they can't converted to the active form t three and so And the other thing is that the that the Thyroid process actually begins in the hypothalamus of the brain. And that part of the brain is under control of adrenaline. From your adrenals. Fear of so of your dreams are out which is true in most sick people. They end the thyroid process. Can't work correctly. Because the epa thelma's in getting the signals at needs so the the apple thomas puts out what's called the retro peak releasing hormone which tells the poetry to put out t h which tells the thyroid to put out t four t four must be converted to the active formity three. Unfortunately doctors are trained to look at t s h and occasionally they look at t four and if those are in the normal range they say well you have added with thyroid hormone but you can see those numbers could be normal. But if you can't convert into the active form you could be eighty percent efficient at the cell membrane and have normal h four and your blood and so there's enormous amount of undiagnosed hypothyroidism and so Remember that the thyroid hormone t three controls. The voltage of every cell membrane in the body. T. three also controls the total number of might aqa andrea in the body and t to controls the function of the maddock. Andrea has a big big juggernaut of control over these energy systems. Just a an f. y. I i've got about. I'm about three hours. Work away from finished writing a book. About what escalier energy. And how does it affect the body and that goes into great detail. About how all of the scaler. Angie works because the reality is that scaler energy is the essence of life itself. Yeah and is the scaler Move through different. Frequencies hurts frequencies. Does it move in that. In that way. Is there levels to that scaler energy. Or how is that associated with frequencies and things like well scaler energy in and of itself is sort of like Something like money set in its savings account waiting for you to need it and then it will go. You can withdraw. Are you can utilize saying that is scaler. Energy will implode into the center of anything. That's a platonic solid spheres cubes pyramids and whatever or implode into anything that's golden mean and by the way your dna is golden mean and that's why scaler energy implodes into the when that stops happening. You're no longer with us. So we were at thyroid scars dental infections. Now if you've got a circuit going through a tooth decay in the tooth decay simply as a resistor to some of the electrons trying to go through that tooth and drops the voltage event but decay in and of itself won't flippable aaron but if you have infection in a tooth and infection spreads into the bone around the tooth. Now it'll simply flip the polarity in that circuit and nothing. You do will work until you get the infection out of the bowling around that twos and of course the. The teeth are most likely to end up in that situation. A root canal teeth because.

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'Do Skunks Like How They Smell?' And Other Silly Questions

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:52 min | 2 years ago

'Do Skunks Like How They Smell?' And Other Silly Questions

"We'll start out with a question from Lilly she asks. Why do pickles and cactuses like each other? I will admit lily. I've never thought about the fact that pickles kind of resemble some CACTI but now that you mention it they do and if you've ever picked a cucumber straight from the garden you might know that some varieties of cucumber have little spikes on them just like a cactus. If you're wondering. Pickles are cucumbers that have been pickled in vinegar brine. You can make other kinds of pickled vegetables too but let's just keep it simple and assume lillies talking about pickled cucumbers to make things even more confusing. There's actually a cactus called cucumber. Cactus and I think that cactus looks less like a cucumber than some other kinds of cactus but back to the question cucumber and CACTUS are both plants. But they're in different plant families. They're not very closely related. Cucumbers are in the Gourd family related to things like pumpkins squash and watermelon CACTI. That's the plural of CACTUS. Cacti are succulents plants that store water not all succulents are CACTI. But that's the family there in so I guess the fact that both of these plants look of alike is random but there are actually in nature a lot of reasons that things that aren't related lookalike. Sometimes it's because there are patterns that repeat through nature and we see them in all kinds of objects. Another reason is something called convergent evolution. We're different organisms like plants or animals develop similar traits similar. Looks or ways of doing things even though they're not related often it's because they have had to adapt to similar environments and they both did it in the most effective and efficient way even though they were doing it separately. I don't know if that's what's happening with pickles. Cacti but I think it could be. I'm GONNA keep thinking about this and maybe we can circle back around to it in a future episode. If we find out anything interesting at any rate really good observation lily. Hi My name is Jesse. I live in Charlottesville Vermont Annoying Sheldon I would like to know what our googlers made out of you declan. Don't tell anyone but I actually don't think your question is all that gross. It's always good to know what's in your body right. Put simply buggers are just dried or congealed snot. So what's not? Snot is more politely and scientifically known as Mucus Producing Mucus. Is One of the ways. Your body stays healthy. Your body produces a leader of mucus every day in your nose your sinuses and your digestive tract mucus sticky and it helps to keep all the dirt dust and pollen out of your lungs so the mucus in your nose likes to hang around and stick to the little hairs on the inside of each nostril. That's how it can catch some of that dust and dirt that you're breathing in so you don't get it deeper into your body and sometimes that Mucus Kinda dries up there and it forms boogers. Mostly it's okay to just leave the boogers alone. You know but if you need to get rid of them user tissue. Here's a question from Bennett. Employers now eleven San Carlos Santana California in my question is. How do you fish C. Underwater without goggles? Our answer comes from Joe Blasi of the New England aquarium in Boston so animals have. Is that our builds in a way that is best for their environment. So your eyes designed to see an air. And that's the way that they work best so with you. Swim underwater with no goggles. Your is can't see really well so what happens when you put on goggles. There's a little teeny tiny bit of air. That's trapped in the goggles with your eyes so you can still see underwater. Now Fish. Don't need goggles. Because there is designed to work under water they still have the same parts that you do. There's a cornea an iris and pupil The way that the light gets in and bounces around. And then transmits a signal to their brain so they can see things. I'm and some fish can actually see really well considering the refresh But there is designed to work much better in a water environment rather than an Air Environment. One of the reasons that humans blink is to keep our eyes wet so do fish need to blink at all. They don't fish. Don't have eyelids blinking necessary. Whoa fish don't have eyelids cool now onto skunks hi. My name is enchanted. Seven years old. I live in Melbourne California. My question is like the smell of themselves. That's a good question and we found just the right person to answer it. Mary Holland is a naturalist and she was actually the very first guest on. But why more than three years ago discounts like the smell themselves as often as I've encountered skunks and even been spray by one. It has never occurred to me to wonder how the smell affects the skunk. I've always been more concerned with how it affects me. According to Dr Jerry. Tegu an expert on skunks and head of the Dragoon Institute for the betterment of skunks and skunk reputations skunks. Do not enjoy the smell of their own spray or the spray of other skunks. Skunks rarely spray each other or other animals. They only have a certain amount of spray inside them and once it's all used up. They must go several days without it while their body manufacturers more during this time they are defenceless so they only spray another animal. If they are seriously threatened. So if you don't WANNA get sprayed. Mary says it's best not to scare a skunk. They don't want to spray you. Prior to spraying a skunk will give ample warning to its enemy by stamping his front feet. If this is ignored then skunk will spray as a last defense when Scott Spray. They rarely get any on themselves though. They can tolerate their own smell. They do not appreciate getting it in the face and is from another skunk. A Scott. Sense of smell is even stronger than humans so if anything the skunk suffers more than anyone who has had the misfortune of being sprayed if a skunk does encounter counter the spray of another skunk. It will rub its face in the dirt sneeze or try to groom itself to get rid of the sprays odor

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Another Peace Plan for Israel and Palestine

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:26 min | 3 years ago

Another Peace Plan for Israel and Palestine

"This White House is certainly not the first to offer a proposal for resolving the nearly eight decade conflict between Israel and the Palestinians and judging by their response so far trump's proposal will likely not be the one to resolve this issue. That has been vexing. American officials and much of the world since the nineteen sixties. The understand understand why solution has been so elusive. It's less essential to understand the specifics of the current plan on the table. Then it is to understand those things that the Israelis and Palestinians Estonians have long considered to be at stake first. Israel's chief concern is its own security not only from conventional military attacks at the hands of its many hostile neighbors verse but also from terrorist attacks at the hands of non-state actors like Hamas a second but just as central concern for both players in this conflict is the borders. There's and the nature of a Palestinian state third concern is the status of Jerusalem specifically whether it would be an undivided capital of Israel or divided lighted between both parties. And finally there's the question of what's known as the right to return namely whether the estimated four million descendants of the Palestinian Arabs CBS who fled. What is now Israel and the aftermath of the nine hundred forty seven partition and subsequent? Wars should have a right to return not only to the West Bank but also also to pre nineteen sixty seven Israel. Obviously the questions of where to place borders and who ought to be considered security threats are interrelated concerns and making this already Herculean task. Only more difficult are the Israeli settlements on the West Bank. The Palestinian harboring of bad actors and a history of to put it mildly hatreds and distrust. The trump administration's plan is formerly known peace to Prosperity A.. Vision to improve the lies of the Palestinian and Israeli people. People it runs fifty pages offers very specific proposals. I it rejects the right of return a concern that's essential to Israel because of the potential influx flocks of millions of Arabs that threaten its identity as a Jewish state and homeland. This on the other hand makes the proposal a non starter for the Palestinians. Second the plan would award virtually all of Jerusalem to Israel while designating Abu d say village bordering Jerusalem to be the capital of the Palestinian state. Third the map in the plan details the contours of the Palestinian state. Granting to the Palestinians about seventy percent of the West Bank plus Gaza in parts of the Negev desert however the current Israeli settlements would remain also according to the plan. The Palestinians would not be permitted their own military. They'd be forced to renounce violence and disband moss in exchange for this step toward Israeli security. They would receive fifty billion dollars in economic assistance. It's over ten years. How has the peace to prosperity planned? Been received well Dr Jerry. McDermott Anglican Chair of divinity. School told Christianity today this. This was a realistic opportunity for peace. He also noted the significant Arab support for the proposal including UAE. Amman Bahrain and Egypt Gitte Joel Rosenberg. Co founder of the Alliance for the peace of Jerusalem told Christianity today that the plan was generous to the Palestinians while giving the Israelis almost everything they wanted wanted on the other hand others including Arab Christians disagreed Dr Salim Mounier of muscle ministries which promotes reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians based on biblical principles told C.. T. that no Palestinian leader can accept this deal because it doesn't meet our basic needs another Palestinian Indian evangelical. Daoud Kutab said that the plan sounded more like a surrender dictate than a peace plan and more importantly the Palestinian Authority's President Mahmoud Mood. A boss called the plan a conspiracy and added we say a thousand times over No-no and if this plan is conditioned on the Palestinians bringing Hamas online. Well it's just difficult to imagine that happening to paraphrase a former Canadian prime minister if there was ever a place with too much history and too little geography. It's this part of the Middle East. That's why it's difficult to imagine that this plan will succeed where others have failed still. It is possible that it could be a step. Even if a very small one in in a better direction so we continue to follow the dictate of Psalm. One twenty two and pray for the peace of Jerusalem

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The NBA Finals are hours away, so why are we still talking about the Lakers?

Ferrall On The Bench

02:55 min | 3 years ago

The NBA Finals are hours away, so why are we still talking about the Lakers?

"Now's witching gears to the Lakers. Just there's so much there. Michael. I mean I'm wondering and you're buried in it. What about this situation, especially the last month or so surprises you the most? I think what surprises me the most is the NBA finals are starting in, you know, a little over twenty four hours, thirty six hours and we're still talking about the Lakers and all the drama and dysfunction going on within their organization in in one week from June. I think that's the biggest surprise for me. I'm not surprised by the reports coming out, you and I have discussed this at nauseam before, and what sources have said and what was going on? And I think Magic Johnson going on. I take last week just reinforce that Baxter home story on ESPN as well. I wrote a story that happened to coincide with Baxter's publishing today comparing the Lakers two game. Come on, just all this family, and sibling, fracturing and backstabbing, it's not just been going on this year. But since Dr Jerry Buss died in two thousand thirteen and you know, I, I made the comparison that Magic Johnson played the role. Role of the tar, Gary and torching Lakers landing, you know, not to play spoiler for anybody who hasn't seen it. But that's what he did by going on. I take you know, he, he aired all the dirty laundry. And, and that's that's the most interesting part. I think even today it's going on after this article magic coming out saying, if he has to do it all over again. He would've fired everyone in brought in his own people, including and rob. So it's just never ending story. I don't have one point two million followers out there like brawny, but I definitely think people should be paying attention to what just this dysfunction going on within, the, the Lakers organization. Do you believe the part about Rich Paul going to the Commissioner of the NBA to complain about? Luke Walton as the head coach of the Lakers. Not necessarily the way it was phrased. But he did I read the article, and it did sound like he saw the Commissioner at a restaurant. And so maybe it's possible in this long conversation that went on a bunch of different topics. They asked about Luke Walton and what he thought maybe he gave his two cents. I don't think he approached the Commissioner saying, you know, we should have his job or anything, but look we heard from sources throughout the season, especially early on. Right. Lebron LeBron didn't like Luke Walton didn't want him as the coach. And those we all knew that was coming from his camp, which essentially is Rich Paul Rich Paul was at every game. He was sitting courtside. He had his c-. We I got to speak to him a lot many people did. So we thought that's where it was coming from. So the fact that he didn't want Luke Walton as his coach and wanted Tyron Lewis. The article said that didn't surprise me at all the manner in which he may have gone about it without him silver that, that kind of did, surprise me. But I wouldn't be surprised if it had been mentioned in the

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United Airlines settles with owner of puppy that died in overhead bin

The Savage Nation

01:51 min | 4 years ago

United Airlines settles with owner of puppy that died in overhead bin

"Of animals after a family dog died in an overhead bin announces a settlement united airlines in a statement says it's deeply sorry for the tragic accident and has worked with the family to reach a resolution following a pr nightmare for the airline after a ten month old of french bulldog named coquito died on a flight in march after an attendant insisted the dog be stowed in an overhead bin instead of underneath the flyers seats in its tsa compliant dog carrier as is standard practice the dogs suffocated united isn't disclosing details of the settlement jeff monosso fox news behind the scenes on capitol hill today to closed door briefings one for two top republican lawmakers the other for a bipartisan group of lawmakers documents related to the russia probe republicans are hoping secret documents will reveal more about an f b i informants contacts with the trump campaign senate democratic leader chuck schumer questions and motivation of republicans fox's rachel sutherland in dc schumer accusing trump administration of trying to undermine the russia probe government forecasters expected busy hurricane season in the atlantic and it may start sooner than you think view official government hurricane season outlook calls for a rather active atlantic hurricane season this summer and already there is a storm system in the southern gulf of mexico being watched for tropical development noah's dr jerry bell says it's a reminder to be prepared there's over eighty million people between the continental us between atlantic coast and gulf coast that could potentially be impacted by a hurricane federal forecasters say ten to sixteen name and storms could form this year with as many as nine growing into hurricanes in miami evan brown fox news in our to close on wall street stocks remained lower the dow is down eighty nine points brady fox news.

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