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"dr joe hansen" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Right okay I quit. That are flying back home. I actually had almost evacuated. Why because I went snorkeling before I went and saw a hand. I got bitten by a lot of jellyfish. Oh No is it. Dr Joe was Dr Joe Hansen Jonker. She she kept this data out there. You want to beat this. Dr Joe that went to a. Would you have been okay if they told you? That Hannah Surrey. Sorry to tell you that your mom was here. But she has she is she has been medically evacuated. Sorry to say that she's fine but she couldn't make it out for the family visit setting but I would have known that it was true because of probably would have voted you out. There said what is this. Is this like some sort of Jonny fairplay situation where she's lying? Everybody listen as long as I knew that my mom was being cared for by after Gel it would have been very hands. Okay my therapist. The ad for today was for Better health better health better health and Dr Joe before each tribal I go into the Needs to how're you doing physically And I would always try to tell them. Problems would always say I'm naive therapist. China Very Nice Job. Very nice to talk. Glad I'm glad that I finally got the place to face had always tells me that you listen i. She's an avid. Rtp Listener. Doing get a Boston okay. We can work on that on that meeting you best to your children. I know thank you because he nicole is what works is. We're still working as a nurse. Yes she at your house Sir. No she yeah. She's fine she are we will. We're letting her stay here. We're not making her eating dinner in the stairwell or anything. Yes thank you. Thank you live happy to meet you too. They should allow dogs to this. Yeah they've got kids dog. That's Bullshit David Rights. Dad was out there to visit a dog. They should let a dog play. He was page. Now we've learned that here I'm GonNa plug myself back in for the best. It's social nice. Nice I'm so glad that my parents could have my parents had calling the podcast. I was supposed to ask before. Forget somebody said ask about the seventy five dollar patron thing. I mean that's A. That's a joke that we say that people who are seventy five dollars patrons get to listen to all of the They basically like a phone tap into my house. Banner that we have before the podcast. It's not preparation for the family Let me see how about Chris. Christie has a question for you putting myself out there for the stupidest question. Hannah did your glasses drive. You nuts when you're out there. I can't imagine wearing them in this heat so this is a graduate of her. Great agree question because I chose notched do contacts because my eyesight is bad but not like super super bad and it was a whole thing. We'd have to put my glasses at the end of challenges like a puzzle section because I wouldn't wear them for the May Day and then I get to the end in aware. There was another challenge. the millennials were like. Hannah can't do it 'cause she wears glasses. Which was silly with the biggest thing about my glasses is that I didn't have glasses player and I didn't think I was allowed to and then I get to the merge and I find out that Jessica Lewis had glasses cleaner started cleaning my glasses for me and I asked production. Can I get some glasses? Pleader they said no and then finally I went to production and I said if you'll give me glasses later I'm never gonNa Vote Jessica out. Can I can only see with Jessica. So the next day I had Gotcha so they were doing. But once I threaten production with Jessica's glasses for would never voted Jessica. Our job got glasses. Cleaner needed to vote her out. Like was this like an Angelina Jacket caper where you were. GonNa Vote Out Jessica solely to get her glasses cleaner weirdly. It was the exact opposite. I told production. I'll never vote her out because I need her. She can give me the cleaner every day and I guess production and he just really wanted just to get out. They didn't want the game to be influenced. They didn't want my exit pressed to say like Jessica one because of her glide took her to the final three. Because she's the only that can clean my glass. Clean my glasses But Jessica also had contacts which is hard I think I believe to be. Part of her is situated great question. Can I don't doubt yourself and then I have a question for you? That is more of a statement from May from Canada. Wanted to say that I admire hand underneath. The silly humor is a gentle message of kindness. I've never met her but she seemed so sweet and she takes so much crap online for no reason she was a finalist. Thank you nice. That was Super Nice. I you know I will clarify since I know I got so boxy earlier. You Know Ninety. Five percent of the gate they. The fans in everyone are so great in so nice and Y- especially the RTP community has been so awesome. I just now it. There's so many things to be angry about at in the world and I can send you a list of things the agree about But I think getting it. There's a difference between analyzing making jokes and commentator sending people hate and I think that's I think that's never necessary to reality show contestants who unless they're doing damage the world's as a Reality Star protested okay Had I'm just looking at your at your twitter to see what he? What are you talking about retirement on twitter to scroll down to ban? You said best advice from a friend. Recently everybody's struggling. You're not alone. Even people baking bread especially the people baking endless bread. Yeah it's hard to get all the supplies to bake bread. It's really hard to get. This applies to bake bread. No I was just talking to a friend and like I said earlier. No one is killing it. All the time and social media CAN BE SUPER FORMATIVE. So make sure you understand that like you're not alone in that. Yeah I've used a baked anything. Are you have any hobbies that you're practicing I when I was? Yeah Yeah I definitely learned how to turn off and on enough and so I can do that now. I HAVE NOT BAKED ANY BREAD. Would you I have been pitching. I have writing things that I that I have to do. I you know get to spend time with the lovely family you just met at Colorado. There's not a ton of people and so I. I went for run and going for a run in Solo. Run for everyone and this has been approved by his ABC. It's very hard at this altitude. So I figure if I can maybe get it running shape here when this is lifted if I get to go back to La. I'll run America. I think that's the only possibility I've also been taking these amazing classes. Adam's girlfriend hailing our teaches classes through zoom called our power set and she does at work outs leg workout. She even beginner handstand. So I've been doing those almost every day and honestly everyone goes out to us. Those are listen. Listen we may have we complemented critiqued atom. But we're also promoted his girlfriend size and do you remember the time that were there was me and and Adam's girlfriend and then There was some guy and Utah and you told him that you were a famous gymnast. Do Remember that so for.
"dr joe hansen" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"Around. Thought it would be nice to ask. All the experts contributed to this show to just share a final thought. Anything anything they felt would be useful as we move forward into the unknown. Here is Dr Joe Hansen. I think people should do is hope. Stay calm and stay aware. We don't fear because I think fierce other parts of our cognition that can lead us to other mistakes but a pandemic like this is global. But it's also very local and the people that that Manage your public health systems. Where you live know best. What is right for you where you live? And that's why it's so important to not only listen to houses playing got around the world and take heed those warnings but listen to the people who know locally where if and how you should watch your symptoms and get tested How and where you shouldn't shouldn't go based on the advice of of your of your local leaders at hopefully those leaders are paying attention and taking this seriously as the scientific community is really. It's moving in that direction. It gives me hope If if we can take really solid quick and drastic action with hopeful and optimistic. Lens that were looking through. I think we can get our lives back to some sense of normalcy faster than than the alternative Richard. Chataway think the. There's a whole raft of new gnomes being created and the tolls were there for us in a lot of cases. I'd experienced myself where I organized a a trivia night or pop quiz on the at the weekend with my friends for a skype and and the reality is I haven't done a pub quiz with my friends for a number of years because we all live in very different places in fact some of the people who joined the quiz at the weekend we're living in the US and Canada and Australia Friends who moved overseas all old people I've met in in the UK and And then they moved back home site You know the reality is that this was something we could have done before. And it was a great way to catch up with people and and have fun with friends. Who who wouldn't ordinarily see but it took the events of and the and the carnivores endemic an outbreak for that to happen. And and and we've already agreed. We're going to do it again next Saturday. And and presumably every every weekend so too So we we get bored of it all the pandemic in so So I think that you know that there's a there's a really interesting aspects of this switches breaking habits and breaking habit loops That we get into Is often forced upon us by change of circumstances or external External factors and when that happens that kind crate completely. New GNOMES Doctor Julia Shaw. One thing that I feel like this pandemic has really helped out the world with I think is that it has opened up some really important conversations about employment structures frankly employment structures in poverty and I think that because of the single bleeding adjust world where we assume that good things happen to good people and of course you always busy always count yourself as a good person and I am a good person. It's a good thing should happen to me. Which is also one of the reasons why when things don't go our way we feel like the universe is not to get us or there's some other excuse and it's not really our fault because we are much better but that also means that when we see Kerzner's poor Homeless we might quickly jump to the conclusion that they deserve to office and some kind of like with us but in a slightly different way we think savings lazy or they whenever they've made bad light decisions for this pandemic is opening up as a conversation is that there's lots of situations which you have absolutely no control over whatsoever in which you might be laid off which you might be undercover de. Lyon in which you might be living state and I think at has the potential to really revolutionize the empathy that we give to people who are living in poverty under living in high risk. Dangerous jobs right now like cleaning. I mean who would have thought that we already undervalue cleaners. And now they're putting themselves at risk to keep us safe any still. Don't pay them anything really. And so I think it really gives us a should give concert. Thought we can on the other end of this. Maybe build better structures better support systems to protect those who are end to some extent always will not seen people but there will always be people living in poverty and they deserved between human beings. And maybe this will help a student doctor. Amy Gordon I. We need to use this as a time to come together and recognize that this is an unprecedented situation in the entire world. I mean it's basically like what I've always thought would happen if we had aliens invade right some outer enemy. That isn't US meeting to fight against other humans but that it's an unprecedented for the globe. Sort of get it together and work together. And that's something that I think. Particular country is a problem in terms of divisiveness with political polarization. At an all time high. And that it's a time where recognizing that we are all human. We are all fallible that we give each other the benefit of the doubt instead of lane. Blame that the best thing we can do right now is say okay. We're in the situation. What behaviors do we need an act to get out of it and to work together for a better future and to have sort of that perspective of how do we all come together as a team rather than as you know? It's it's your fault or my fault because the statistics on who people are willing to listen to entrust is so politically divided. That it's incredibly disheartening. And I think if we can use this as a time to get past that in whatever way we can that that would have long term benefits and Dr Jude Brewer I was doing what the first level of it. I guess that we're all trying to do by sharing information with our friends and family Putting stuff out on on social media to the broader audience that we may or may not have that feels like doing something and Instead of just going into panic mode instead of taking the unavoidable fear that you're going to experience and the avoidable anxiety that you're going to experience instead of submitting to it. Felt very good for me to say okay. I do. I can contribute something here. I at least have an audience that I can deliver can take experts and deliver them to that audience. I believe everyone has some way to contribute meaningfully to this to help in some way and so may this sorry to interrupt but I just. I'm inspired by what you just said. May this may all of us come together and go through this pandemic together because we are actually stronger together? You know divided we we get conquered together we prevail. Can we all come together as a world community and not only make it through this pandemic which we are just going to be? We're GONNA HAVE SOME SCARS FROM IT. But maybe maybe we can shift so much in our collective consciousness that we can't go back to being jerks to each other just at least not as much. That's my hope right. So there's this there's this theory thaw shift in refrees right and so. Some big event brings energy to the pond and a leaf. That's frozen in the ice thaws. It can in the pont right. The wind blows it or whatever. So May that wind of change be wind of? Wow it feels good to be connected and kind to each other and then made that freeze back in place when this pandemic is over in a different place in the pond so that we never go back and and because we were stuck in a really bad habit beating each other up in being nasty each other and being divisive politics everything before this thing happened. Let's let's hit that reset button on that and remember that we're all human and we're all in this together and let's never go back please. I hope I hope we can do as seismic shift. That's where it's impossible to go completely back to being assholes There was so much material that I could not put into. This episode. Studies are coming out every day. That could add this discussion. But I didn't WanNa talk about them unless I could interview the authors so in the show notes for this episode I will provide links to those studies and I will update that list as the weeks. Go by and maybe I can interview some of those authors and put them in future episodes or as extras on Patriot on that. Is.
"dr joe hansen" Discussed on Ologies
"Who rates and hit subscribe and of course to the folks who review which you know I creep leverage for example John who said I recently got sober and with that has come a renewed passion for learning filling time I would have. I've been drinking with learning about any allergy you could possibly imagine has been invaluable to me. I love hearing the incredible passion of guests when they talk about the subjects he clearly loves so much which it's infectious. Thank you thank you and congrats. It's an honor to be in your ears as always now. Let's get into another infectious episode. Okay osteology theology really this comes from the Greek for bone which is Austin and this guest is an allergist many times over he's a professor of anthropology the and director of the Forensic Anthropology Center at Texas State University and he got his bachelors from Wichita State University studying anthropology got his Masters from Wichita Utah State studying skull bones and his PhD at University of Tennessee at Knoxville in biological anthropology guy knows his scalise huge. Thanks thanks bye the way to Dr Joe Hansen who makes excellent top notch science contact he created it's okay to be smart and hot mess on PBS so follow him and Dr Joe Hansen on all the social media. Thank you for hooking me up with this all just Joe Okay so this allergist he also runs forensic anthropology research facility. This is located on eight thirty five hundred Acre ranch site Freeman ranch outside of San Marcos Texas. It's one of only seven of its kind in the country in it studies. He's human decomposition rates so with roughly fifty. You're so human bodies in various states of decay forensic anthropologists apologist can gather all this data and it helps law enforcement agencies solve crimes identify remains folks that have died missing persons. It's very important work it features wooded areas with shallow graves and open pasture with vulture picked bones. There's lush lush grasses sprouting between ribs of body donors and as a person who wants had a panic attack a child just seeing a cemetery this body farm would have just been my nightmare now. I didn't visit it not because they didn't want to all just just busy but I did meet with him in his office which is a few winding miles down in Oak tree lined road pass Texas State University's main campus and his office is sandwiched between a barbecue restaurant a funeral home so shirt winterson double glass doors into a lobby with just a full wall cabinet of skulls and femurs and human vertebrae into this large gleaming Lee clean lab there are towering shelves above us that had rows and rows and rows of cardboard boxes inside inside somewhere between like a shoebox in a coffin. Maybe like would a high boot salesman would bring out from the back to try on. I is now in each a human skeleton now. Did this all seem like a person who spends the majority of his waking hours on Earth helping in college students bury bodies in a thicket. Will I get freaked out. You'RE GONNA have to listen so take a load off your very weary bones and settle in for a discussion shen about how skeletons grow and how hard they work to support you and what life stories you can glean from the remnants of death and cleaning inning femurs an animal versus human bones and crime drama slip ops and why despite this being spooked Tober. Maybe you shouldn't shouldn't be so scared of the things that lurk below your surface with forensic anthropologists as human human off geologist Dr Daniel don't Dr Daniel Wasco Dr Daniel. What do you make people address? He was Dr Westcott never. Do you have to wear a lab coat a heavily coat yeah you do yeah. Are you a forensic osteology forensic anthropologist and Osceola. Just how do you describe what you do in terms of -nology pretty well so I'm an osteology so I studied bones within within that there's a lot of different ways that you can look at it so others lot of it's like areas of study that are associated with osteology so like Paleo. We're payload pathology which is looking at bone. Diseases are mainly only bonuses halo. We have Paul that's looking at to fossil ancestors and stuff like that by archaeology looking at human populations typically typically archaeological and then forensic apology which is typically focused on the individual as a director of the forensic center. I do a lot of software we're looking at. How do you identify specific individual so in that sense I would consider myself a president pollen? I also do by archaeology work. I also do you anthopologists so I've done some research looking at like homo erectus specimens so it's applying that osteology knowledge you know I can't Baldy is really the application of Osteo so many allergies areas and what is osteology. How would you define it? It's simply the study of bone and so I mean obviously I focus on human osteology. You could be a million osteology Dinosaur Rossio. Just you know whatever somewhere in the world there is someone studying the bones of wildcats and they are an awesome audiologist. Even like within forensic can't policy a lot of what I do. Is I tell people. This is not human. Does that having a lot I notice you're right across my ribs place. So does that happen a lot with the cattle bones just someone's lunch one things that we frequently get it's it's kind of interesting as we get up the knee joint of pigs or endear. Ns because basically hamoked where they cutting it so this is picked up all over the place soon people you know 'cause people throw them out and they find in yards. Dogs drag them around things like that so we get a lot of that whenever you know they're doing a search for a missing person may find lots of animal bones obviously so we get pictures associated with that that they send us bring in bones. I di- identify can always tell whether it's human or non human and then the question is how much detail they they want and if that's the case then I can usually go in and get a pretty good idea of what animal was the even if it's not quite species level released in broad terms like in the deer family or as carnivore things like that are people usually relieved or bummed bummed out when they find out. It's just a pygmy well for the police. They're they're really excited because it's just save them hours and hours of work so used to be that when I first started they would spend all this time out on a case and everything else. Bring it in it. Go to the medical examiner's office. I would go get call the medical examiner's office. I'd walk and go is not human work. Here is done so now most cell phone they most of the time they're out on the scene and they and they just sent me a picture and I just immediately sent him back save human and they just say okay thanks so they can just walk away so saves them hours of time yeah yeah in that sense people that private citizens into software usually bummed out because they're hoping that they found human bones so we actually actually just had a for example had a middle school teacher. Send me a picture of a bone that one of her students found and very close to where that was found what about in August they found a eight hundred year old femur of human. Oh this kid was obviously excited that he'd found Bartlett's saint person or something like that and it was just by the by this first human femur was the discovery of Vo Parker County Texas man who out fishing a few months ago and spotted floating near the banks of a river now took it home in his mother-in-law apparently suggested hey that's human sized as far as bones go and low behold he had experts look at it and it dated from around the year twelve hundred so it's thought to be the remains of a member for of the CADDO nation and will now be returned to its descendants now as it for the middle school student who found a cow bone well. Maybe he'll grow up to be a Danny Westcott. People are excited even with that is just a little bit about what's going on. You know if it's even if it's an animal what kind of animal is has and and this goes back to your own childhood correct like you used to wander the woods and look for bones. When did this start for you when I mean when when I was a little kid I used to right up the street from us was completely undeveloped in so I would go out there and search for bones and and find skeletons and try to figure out what kind of a skeleton was because I didn't know anything about bones at all but I would try to figure out what kind of animal it was and stuff like that so I've ah yeah always had a fascination with bones and you know it's kind of the other thing about you know? Your bones is kind of a a written history of your life and now in bone so you can reconstruct whether it's a human or other animal you can reconstruct a lot of things about not only you know their their diet and stuff like that. It is a species but up but also what individual was doing interested in osteology. You can always start small aw like teeny tiny balls of Harry burn vomit. Did you ever put together our L. Pellets. I've done a few things with alcohol. It's actually you might my daughter just did a thing where she dissected Alpaca. It looked at all the little mouse bones and stuff in it. So was it hard for you not to be like Oh. I WANNA help you but I know this the project I'm so good at this. At what point did you decide to pursue osteology as a career. At what point did you figure Oh me. Collecting shoe boxes. Full of bones is actually a job yeah so I was so I was in the army for awhile and then I got out of the army ormat decided to go to college and so I I no idea what I wanted to do but what I decided I would do is go into engineering in what what I wanted to do was kind of design workshops and stuff like that and so I started taking courses you know obviously you know your pre brexit courses and stuff like that I was always interested in archaeology and stuff like that so took it a genuine theology course and when I was in that class there was right next to the class was actually a library associated with the anthropology department and I would go in there before class and study and one day I was sitting in there and and one of the biological policy was actually a forensic problems well k. man and she said somebody brought they found some bones in a field uh-huh and zebra interested in looking at them so I went in and started working with her on on the in on this listen it was three individuals and they were kind of interesting prehistoric remains they had was had a pipe stem notch clerk clearly tell they were using smoke a pipe but he basically from that. I just switched here like this is where it's at this was definitely I I oh I didn't realize that there was something that I could yeah actually study bones there make a living at so I asked and much like the paleontology episodes Dr Michael Habib Dr Dr West Gut is an inter puzzles so what drives him so I I really like research and I liked because I liked a trained to answer questions either nobody's ever asked before no purpose Pinot solved before and with osteology is kind of the same way it's like can I can I figure out what's going on either with this population if I'm doing by archaeology or this individual and I'm doing a forensic casework so and it lets you to the basics of what is a bone. What kind of layers are happening in a bone? I know that that's so basic but there's Mero. I'm sure there's some kind of outer cuticle call. I'm not positive so okay so bone so this is the other thing too is that we often think of bone as being this static it's a living Oregon so he you can change and reshape itself and everything else while you're live but it's a lot different than other organs in the fact that it's it's got an organic ganic component so this is made up of what pasta weed in this is what gives it its velocity to it so it's kind of gives us some flexibility flexibility as a matter of fact you know favorite thing.
"dr joe hansen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Everybody. Of. Thank you. On the. Thank you. Speech place in the cabinet room is White House. The president meeting with several governors. Joining him around the table from his administration acting chief of staff of Kobe, Kevin hash whom we heard from an advisor to the president of Trump next radio. Earlier today. Ministration officials testify on the hill about the prisoner. Agriculture trade policy agenda, they were asked about the US Mexico Canada agreement that US MCA trade assistance payments, and the impact of tariffs on farmers. And ranchers committee is chaired by. Pat Roberts, Kansas. Morning, I called this meeting. The Senate committee on agriculture nutrition at fourth street to order. Ambassador dowd. Under-secretary mckinney. Dr Joe Hansen where happy to have you all back again. For the committee to discuss the need for certainty. And our global agriculture markets, international trade policies, and their impacts on the United States. Agriculture economy has been a topic of great interest over the last few years and more, particularly the last few months. In fact, this is the second time in the last year that we are hearing about the efforts being made at the office of United States. Straight Representative of the department of agriculture efforts that I hope eventually will result in long term reliable markets for United States, I suppose. Great deal is happened in the nine months, since you all appeared before this committee, perhaps, the most significantly tour members was the successful passage and enactment of the two thousand eighteen farm. With the help of everybody here, much like negotiations with international trading partners to pass to final farmville agreement was not easy. There were many challenges, and differences, overcome, and the final bail had to bring together members of both the house, and Senate who represented incredibly diverse populations and regions of agriculture, but ultimately, whether support my partner and the ranking member Senator stabbing and other members of this committee, we persevered and accomplish too strong bail. With historic bipartisan support a Bill that provides certainty. And predictability to farmers, ranchers and growers across the country, including strengthen and increased investment in our agriculture export programs. And I know that the US GR the US have also been very busy since we were last gather administration has been moving the United States, Mexico, Canada, or the US MCA through the trade promotion authority process, racially, the section thirty two tariffs. On Mexico and Canada were lifted and producers look forward to congress, progressing with consider consideration of US MCA. In addition, there have been positive out on, so we states that the World Trade Organization in the cases against China on trade, distorting price, supports interpret quotas for grains, as well as the restoration full access of United States beef into Japan. There are many good examples of the work, you both have been doing on behalf of agriculture around the world and the committee looks forward to hearing about your continued efforts to eliminate trade barriers and grow market access for our products. We simply have to get that done. However, these positive steps cannot truly be felt by our producers until certainty. And predictability is chief in our global markets, everyone around this table understand what our producers are facing back home. Top of the already low prices for their crops. If you're in a row producers are working through floods tornadoes, whether events too numerous to list, and of course challenges of retaliatory terrace. I was in Kansas, at the northeast part of Kansas platform, overlooking, the Missouri, I've never seen them as river from eight to eleven miles, why it looked like the Caspian Sea, although I've never seen the Caspian Sea. But that's what I think it probably look like unbelievable. Fortunately, the farm Bellas in place to eat some of the uncertainty Felton, farm country. However, I continued to be very concerned about the overall impacts. Like everybody on the committee US agriculture as a result of the use of terrorists has a policy tool at agreement with the United States. And China is a critical piece of that certainty. It's time for both countries to remain at the table and reached the best possible deal. Greg, I know you've been working overtime on that. In fact, there's a great deal of potential around the world for US agriculture, it appears from your testimonies that each agency is engaged on ago. She which opinion, so please share your outlook on cheating strong and timely agriculture agreement there, there is much to gain from strong agreement which apparen- where we currently face a significant disadvantage to TPP countries such as Australia and Canada, his time to the four to the future. Update of activities, certainly appropriate today. I also helped here about the future of US agriculture trade policy. This includes not just restoring certainly to our markets that the US either had through negotiated agreements or as a traditional competitive supplier. But what will be done to improve access to those same markets and broaden them to others. Question is, what is being done today? They will enable us to be a reliable supplier again.
"dr joe hansen" Discussed on We Hate Movies
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