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"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:19 min | 10 months ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"By the recall Gavin Newsom campaign. They think they're going to be adding a lot more, but there's just too many to count. Just 25,500 signatures short of the Magic 1.5 million. They need to qualify this for the ballot. But of course, they're shooting for two million. And they still have until the middle of March. Get this stunt, so there's still time And when we get that update, it may be an even better numbers, John said. They're they're kind of being overwhelmed right now. Signatures are really coming in at quite a pace. Yeah, so there's a lot sitting there yet to be counted. What's been actually counted as a million 474,500 again. The verification rate. This is a, uh Internal number is about 85% that they're confident are good signatures 15% and no good either duplicates or people not registered to vote so they don't count. On. There's a lot more to come so again. If you haven't we don't want people to get confused. We're gonna be doing a story very soon about people being confused about getting vaccinated in l a county. Don't be confused. Even though obviously any moment now they're gonna announce that they're over the 1.5 billion mark. It does not include verified signatures. Oh, it's not over, right? They want to get to two million. If they get to two million. They'll be very confident that this will make the ballot. And also it'll make it the whole process go quicker. Because if they can get, I think at least a 1.8 million, then the Sacramento is on Lee gonna count 10% of the ballots for verification purposes. They won't go through all two million of them go through 10% of them. So maybe 180,000 to 200,000 that would quicken the pace. They would sample the balance now on the vaccination front. Not good news here. Stop saying that every day 12345678 out, we have slid to 42nd place. We're down to only 65% of Shots used. We've actually did about five million people. But that means there's over 2.5 million vaccines again sitting in storage 2.5 million sitting in storage. We've vaccinated about 10% of the population, but only 2.5% have gotten their second dose. Does that five million count those five million individuals or that counts someone that got the second dose as another account seen? It counts people who got to vote to vaccines, so it may not be five million people, but no, no, it Z That's the number of shots that's been administered. Right. So all right. Let's bring in Steve Gregory for an update on a couple of stories. One of them is the situation yesterday with Dodger Stadium. Unbeknownst to a lot of people, isn't L. A city vaccination site. And that made a big difference because the county was telling everyone we're only doing second dose is this week, but that did not applied through the city sights. Explain all this. Well, this is part of the and I'm about to play you a very interesting cut here from the call today, the county covert call. But we reported last week. Believe it or not, we we were. We were reporting this last week when the county announced that effective this week they were only going to be doing second doses, and that's only because Of the limited supply of vaccine, according to the county Health Department. They said they were kind of getting to that threshold where they weren't really going to be sure they were going to get enough vaccines on a weekly basis because the deliveries have been so erratic from the state. They don't know week by week how much they're going to get Barbara Ferrer said today She hopes that she's looking down the line in a couple weeks that they're gonna be getting a steady supply of 200,000 doses per week. 100,000 doses would be automatically set aside for second doses and that other 100,000 would be going for the next year and so forth. So the confusion is that people didn't realize that there are multiple vaccination sites run by multiple organizations and their all and they've all got different training. It appears if you might recall the story. Last week where there were some in home care providers, and they were told that they were eligible to get vaccinated based on being a health care worker. So if you had a single mom or a parent that was the caregiver to someone with developmental disabilities, for instance, someone like that they were getting a letter from the county and that they were being turned away at the county. That caused confusion because people at the county sites were claiming that they were fraudulent. So that caused the whole problem. Now, the thing that you're talking about two there there are a couple things. The fact that people didn't realize that the VAX vaccination sites are being run by different entities. The other thing was that there was an email that had gone out telling everyone their appointments going on for their next vaccine. Well, people that had gotten the Fizer Vaccine. We're getting told to go get their modern, a vaccine and people that were told to get their modern. A vaccine were told to get their second shot with the Fizer vaccine. There was some confusion in that and the Ferrer cleared up. Was that a Miss steak? Yes, it was a mistake. So you're supposed to get a Fizer second vaccine. Your first move, Speiser and likewise for maternity so So what was that? They just they send out the wrong e mails to the wrong group. That's exactly what happened. And they apologized. Today. They said that those people finally got the right emails. So that really kind of begs the question. This is Phil's human with Fox 11 here in town. Feels a good reporter. He's a good guy out in the field and listen to the frustration in his voice. When he asks Barbara, for Where this question. Despite everyone's best efforts. There is a lot of confusion among the public. We'll go to l. A city's website. Don't go telling Counties website Do I go to my turn? Do I go to vaccinate? Got CIA? Do I listen to the governor? The way listen to Dr Pereira, Do I listen to Mayor Garcetti was in charge. I think we've all benefited from having a lot of close collaborations. With the state with the county with the.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:45 min | 10 months ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on 790 KABC

"800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to is the telephone number 1 802 22 K A. B C Randy, Are you a fan of old school? Saturday night Live? Oh, absolutely. I've been watching this show my entire life, including when they started putting repeats on comedy Central when I was a kid. Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off. Or they could just put him on PBS and no one will pay attention and that will do the same thing. S so, um, you know, it's uh Yeah, You know it. There's a lot of criticism towards the county online about this. This latest order today. You know, people saying they gotta have some sort of control. Um, you know, no matter what it is, they're saying it's arbitrary. But, um, you know, at least for I feel I just feel so bad for these restaurants because they've just been Kick left and right throughout this whole process, and you know, at least finally, they're getting to open back up today a little bit, even though it's in the middle of the storm. I don't know what you're hearing from your contacts in the restaurant industry. But when I talked to friends who own restaurants or work in restaurants or are tangentially related to that world, they They look at this order at they're reopening with certainly optimism, However, it's optimism with a certain but what's around the corner sort of attitude because He's not saying they're allowed to be open outdoors in perpetuity he's saying is long as his projections say that they're allowed to be open. They will be allowed to remain open. But the minute that his projections go in a different direction. He can shut him down any time he wants..

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Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules

The John Phillips Show

05:11 min | 10 months ago

Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules

"Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Coming on the vice president is going to change things where the United States is unrecognizable. Now, if you read a lot of the books I read, And if you look through some of the documents that we have it after mapped out media, you're gonna find that A guy by the name of Dr Parraga Khanna, who wrote a Looking 2015. He's on the Council of Foreign Relations. He wrote a book in 2015 outlining the plan. To make this new World order or this technocracy reality was called technocracy in America. That's the name of the book. Was the road in 2015. The radical plan calls for Abolishing the U. S Senate, replacing the presidency with an executive committee and allowing the U. S. Supreme Court to modernize the constitution to make possible technocratic rule vote by such solitary and experts. We're already seeing that people being programmed into listening to the science and the experts behind the science. We're already seeing the break up of the U. S or the or they want to pack the U. S Supreme Court and changing the U. S. Supreme Court to modernize the Constitution. Make possible different things and that's going to happen to. We're seeing that the presidency is actually heading towards being replaced by an executive committee as we have a code, the president of the presidency coming Co dependency of both Joe Biden and comma Harris and whoever else they decide to bring in on the problem on the situation. They're gonna have a committee rather than presidency. It seems that it's obvious that this is where it's going. So you know Dr Pereira Khanna. Knew what he was talking about What he wrote the book about the technocracy and how they establish it. So as we see this happening, and you're going to be going back to my old shows and going, you know Clyde was talking about this. And you know it happened because, you know, I look at history. I read books I read. I read the ideas. Try to remember them for my research. And Also, you know, try to keep my head in the future tense rather than in the present. And so while everybody's arguing over what's happened, we'll get to those stories to this week. I'm sure what arguing over what's happening with the politics and with the presidency. We can already see what's going on here. I'm giving you right now. What is going to happen? We'll be looking at again because this is, you know, all planned out by the Council on Foreign Relations. The idea of the U. S. Senate being abolished. The executive committee that will be the presidency not just the president, but a committee that decides thing. And the Supreme Court will be voting on different amendments to the Constitution, which maybe include You know, your guns being taken away. There are no guns in the technocracy. You don't need them. You don't need to fight for anything because everything is given to you. So they'll take the guns. So I said, Why do you need the guns? You don't need the guns. Everything is given to you. Everything all the comfort and safety you wanted to become mandatory and we're gonna give you all the love in the world of this smothering love, And you're gonna feel great about until you realize it's not fun because those who are pushing this kind of Lying to you. They wanted technocracy. They want you to give up your physical autonomy. Klaus Schwab. The found one of the founders of the Great Reset says that we're entering in what is called the fourth Industrial Revolution and represents a new stage. Off the disruptive technological advances that began toward the end of the 18th century. With the textile industry, the use of steam power. The second industrial revolution took place in the decades before and after 1900. Then we said plethora of new consumer goods and production technologies allowed mass production. The third industrial revolution began around 1950 with the breakthroughs in digital technologies. Now, according to Klaus Schwab, the fourth industrial revolution means that the world is moving towards a true global civilization. We have finally made it where it this new age were. The time of Jupiter and Saturn are Saturnian pleasures will be given to us by Saturn. The great dark father see, the fourth industrial revolution provides the potential to Robitaille ties or Robot assize humanity, as Dr Jose Delgado said, And this is what is in their charter here. They the compromise. Of our traditional sources of meaning whether it be work community family identity. Klaus Schwab predicts that the fourth industrial revolution will live humanity into a new collective in moral consciousness. Planetary New World Order that so many global schemers have talked about again will not be a republic or a monarchy or democracy. It's going to be Technocracy. I mean, yeah, we'll have socialism to deal with will have Communism to deal with will have all these people have their ideologies, and that's it. And ideological war is in the making right now. And ideological war is fighting over what kind of country we're going to be in the next 5 to 10 years, But we're gonna be seeing a system that eliminates individual liberty under the pretext of environmentalism and economic efficiency dominated in ruled by elitist technocrats, experts machines, you got it. In short. Scientific dictatorship. The beast system. If you will. The machinery for this monstrosity is being put in place right now. Even here in America, the technocratic grip is getting stronger. And it's this has always been like consistent message with everybody. When I talk about the future, Ah, world that is indistinguishable. The things that you have in your life will be in distinguished indistinguishable from magic. The lockdowns. We're getting us used to The Internet of things. We talked.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Nothing but your phone calls with Dr Kelly victory for the next 25. Minutes at 800 to 2 to ABC. Richie in L A. You're on with Dr Kelly victory. Right, guys. Dr. Kelly. I wanna let you know I'd marry you in a hot second. No one want to run something by you? Um, I went down to a restaurant in Huntington Beach. Silicone is Italian restaurant They have never shut down. And when you walk in, it's the greatest thing. They have their made a D guy. And if you have a mask on, he's the first one to come to you and say no mask allowed. It was so sane, I could hardly stand it. Okay? So I know you guys have been talking about how do we? How do we stop? Are steady. Newsome for rare fake doctor. Some not following real science and more importantly, not following the Constitution, I looked up the oath of a peace officer. And they swear on their honor and their life, they'll pull the constitution. Right, And it's the same thing for police officers. The National Guard. And, of course, the military right now, legally, any one of them or any group of them. Could Could legally Martin Garcetti's office. Newsome's offices, doctors take Dr Pereira and put handcuffs on him and perp. Walk him right out. What do you think? Well, I first of all, I absolutely agree with you that the best way out of this disaster that we are in is some level of civil disobedience on I think what you what we need to be doing is exactly what that restaurant owner is doing. We're seeing more and more people push back, but there is power in numbers. I know that the restaurant association Southern California's several of them are pushing back. Obviously, girls has taken this all the way up to Sacramento. And I think that that's what needs to happen. Harmeet Dhillon out in California has brought a number of class action lawsuits. So class action lawsuits are one way to go. But a lot of people don't have the money or the resource is toder that route. And so I, like the civil disobedience wrote better, frankly, just saying no. We are all going to open if you could get all of the restaurants to say that in a particular city or municipality say, you know what we're done with it. There isn't science behind this. We You know, people can make their own decisions. What level of risk they're willing to take. You mean people make decisions every day of their lives to do things that they have some inherent risk, whether getting on an airplane or bungee jumping or driving on the freeway, whatever it is, and we need to get back to that. Whether or not you could actually arrest people I agree with these politicians have you are precisely right. They have all sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution. And we know that what they're doing is unconstitutional. So number one. We need civil disobedience and need to take our lives back and then number two. We need to vote these people out of office. At the first available opportunity Well, and Dr Kelly, you're so right. There is so much power in numbers because we've got 31,000 restaurants in Los Angeles County alone, just the Los Angeles County That's not Pasadena, Long Beach 31,000 restaurants that are regulated by fake doctor Barbara for rare because they handled the permits, But she's even admitted part of the reason that they had to shut everything down is because they don't have the manpower to just inspect and shut down the ones that weren't following the guidelines, which is very few but That means is that if every single restaurant said enough is enough, we're reopening. They do not have the manpower to enforce the shutdown. If everybody is defying it, they will not get the support of the L. A County sheriff. He says he's not following with the fake doctor is ordering. So there really is a power and enough people stepping up, I would also say while You know the small mom and pop restaurants in certain organizations. They definitely don't have the power of someone like a Mark Geragos. You know who does because it's obviously not just restaurants that are being decimated by these lockdown laws if Disney got involved legally But a lawsuit to the state of California with the exact same basis that were showing in the restaurant lawsuit. You do not have any science or data to back up that people are getting the disease in a theme park. We have theme park's opening 49 other states, and there's no problem that could be a game changer in California. I agree with you. And I think that if you if you did it all at one time, not just the restaurants. But you said the same time All the churches were opening nail salons were opening amusement park world We're just doing it. Do you know how you simply couldn't and, frankly, law enforcement with large for large part given the one people who I've spoken to both in California and in Colorado would say, God love you have at it. We are not coming to take you away. We've got you know, we've got our work cut out for us actually taking care of true crime. This is not crime. This is people standing up and defending their civil liberties And they won't. I think you would simply get back to Life as we knew it. Some sort of normal saved. Put more quickly than you think. Even questioning Dr Kelly victory. Get on the line right now. 802 22 K A. B. C. John and l. A. You're on with Dr Kelly victory on the John Phillip show. Hi. How are you doing? Great. Good question of a question. I wonder what the doctor thinks about Sweden. I know for Long time they were basically having no restrictions that I've been reading lately that they're completely reverse course..

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"dr pereira" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Sincere and you're wanted none of this person, but a lot of people create work situation and they really don't know. What is needed in the situation, so they're actually let's take what? You're just saying it. I want that leg. Field the ball to go back in the place. Maybe there's something else involved. It needs to happen First. Let me give an example that even tricked up one of our most experienced opinion of people. We have Nobody has done a terrific thing. What happened was he was working in the veterinarian's assistant. And of all things, they had a six octopus wasn't after buying and I could pay plural. I don't know. It sounds like it. Sort of thing is inherently evil. So this person who had a lot of experience And very success for your contest in the thunderclap. It was non gold Director Burn and go on nine gold record results. Just fell into that pattern. I want to pray that this octopus Really different fever. Come down to a normal temperature. Well, that would be what we would all think. Right? Right. That would be logical. Well, it turned out there was working against the best interests of the Octopus. Turned out. Person in charge of laboratory said that in this particular organism Fevers necessary to burn off the infection that it had. So there was a function of the fever. And so the person praying was praying for the fever to go down when in fact the future was part of the process. Well, there was an example One person, Crane. The goal directed way and it was not benefiting the organism. Something happens. Right, whereas we assume that there's a divine right patterning system. And what you all found is that with the non directed prayer, we actually catch kind of that wave of Divine matrix. Well, you can't you two just at the right word. Waive the non gold record prayer works in wave wave prayer. And it brings about what is best for the situation which you don't know You're just affirming that God's in control and that the right order will be established. After the functional person place. Goal directed prayer. The one where you're telling it, what to do, and your specific All of this is what we call it. Spend your particle Pereira Specter. Quantum Perfect. You're dealing with particles moving, materialistic thing. You're looking for these particles, things to see in space and time. Put them in there, and it's more materialistic than just letting the waves slow. Without you. Interview being Gold, Roger. Prayers, particle, Per and nonverbal. Dr Pereira is wavering and what we need are more ways our prayer. And it's so interesting because these quote unquote qualitative thoughts provide order to a situation. And it explains then why people benefit so much from meditation, meaning that if this kind of qualitative thought Provides order to a situation qualitative thought is certainly enhanced through meditation. Get very clear. You get very quiet. That's why quiet. It's so important in a part of meditation in that you really can tap into something much bigger than your own ideas. Yeah. And I would say to that What you're talking about here is probably the most difficult concept for us to convenience, Bender. If somebody goes to the spindrift website, expenditure of research dot org's looks that the FAA to page Second question is about quality and qualitative form and What we're talking about here. Is not just a change in intention. You're talking about when you have qualitative thought coming to you. This is a divine influx of information that is different than other information. You were actually a lining. Quarter. True and good in university. This point It doesn't just relate to prayer. It relates to any time and artist is outstanding, or or entertainer or an athlete actually, sometimes is there in the zone. This is one quality comes in. They don't even understand it, but they know it's there. And when we understand if we get more this quality and otherwise we will start seeing things we've never seen. You may be momentarily apart in this materialistic resistance. Compartment. Time where you're seeing these things. But if we can have quality for one to us, we've become very powerful for good. And I'm sure you've had that experience. I've talked to you before. But you don't know how that doesn't date that we use the word quality. You could even think of this is the cosmic Christ increase coming in. And it brings order. It brings it in a way that is the best for the situation. Which was quite amazing if you think about just nature, how things he'll in nature with what Eve without prayer, Because how things straight down men themselves. It's That's quite remarkable in the new prayer in what occurred does is it piggybacks on that makes it even better. If you're just joining us, I'm so who are honest, Bill Sweet joins us. We're talking about the work that's going on at the Spindrift Research Institute. Find out more.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Now, when you think comma puts up with big vice president What do you mean? She had? I don't know. Deposes just gives him a little bump. I'd now they're fighting a bump. Bump off the platform, puts the mask over his eyes and spins him around. He walks out a window. John and Ken weekdays it to Kay. If I may. If I am it's 6 40. It's Conway show. Well, it looks like the new safer at home. Restrictions will probably coming up soon. Right? We're not doing well, covert wise. At least according to the L. A Supervisors, right And so you know, they're gonna probably lock everything down and everybody down as well expecting to learn more about that tomorrow during the Board of Supervisors meeting, But as you mentioned that new record number just to give you an idea about two weeks ago, health officials were warning that seeing more than 2000 new cases was indicative of an alarming surge. We're now seeing much higher numbers. Today's record does include a backlog but tell me how The visuals, officials say This is still alarming and we will see changes they were announcing 6124 new cases for L. A County L. A County records its highest cove in 19 daily New Case count. And while it includes a backlog of about 1500 cases are these people that the council Not the council. The supervisors and Dr Ferrer are, aren't they? Embarrassed that they there. They've been the head off this Cove it response team and that it's not getting better. It doesn't seem to be any shame. Attached with that, right? They were announcing 6124 new cases for l a county. Okay, so that's 6000 on bats under her watch. Wake County records its highest cove in 19 Daily New Case count. And while it includes a general in the Lake County records, its highest cove in 19 daily new case count. It's the highest it's ever been since we started this thing back in February. It's time for new leadership that possible in the state or in the city or the county. Or should we just stay with the leadership that has gotten us here? While it includes a backlog of about 1500 cases, health officials are doubling down on their warning to residents. It's still an impressive and alarming surge. In a reversal, right, it's it's still an impressive and alarming surge, right? It's Your search. Is your alarming and your impressive surge, not mine. Wasn't ahead of L, a county's medical decisions. You were. It's still an impressive and alarming surge. Right? What are we gonna do about it? In a reversal from advice? Just about a week and a half ago, L. A county's public health director now firmly advising people on Lee celebrate Thanksgiving with those in their household. Wow, How about that? Assume it's going to be you can on Lee celebrate with the people upstairs. And the people downstairs can only celebrate with the people downstairs. Given the huge surge in cases across the country this past week, we strongly recommend that you on Lee celebrate the holiday with people from your household and that you not gather it all with people from outside your household to eat this meal, okay? I would've bet you there's gonna be pictures. Of somebody in the L. A City council is somebody at the supervisor's office who might be having a dinner with somebody outside their home? And he got be careful because people have cameras everywhere. Now, even if you're outdoors advice is in line with state health officials. The positivity rate statewide has continued increasing right now, the 70 averages at 5.8% hospitalizations also on the rise. You can see here from this lie over the 14 Day period of 77. That increase in hospitalizations. Governor Newsome reported. ICU Admissions are up 55% anytime. Eight. All right. This is interesting. Governor Newsome reported. ICU admissions are up 55% under fifth up 55%. Under His watch, right? 55%. It's not the you know it's he's the Governor Governor Newsome reported. ICU admissions are up 55%. Meantime, 18 to 49 year olds right now make up about 60% of all new cases statewide. Meantime, 18 to 49 year olds right now make up about 60% of all new cases statewide back to the mythology that somehow this disease that separates itself exclusively by age or vulnerabilities that are defined by pre existing conditions in the like it transcends it impacts all populations, of course, not equally in terms of its ultimate impact. Dr. Pereira also reported significant increases in infections and Places and really encouraged business owners to report any possible outbreaks too soon as possible so that those could be mitigated as well. No, there you go. It's the news is not getting good member. It was just outdoors. Arrest of indoors, 25% outdoor 50 or 100%, Then it was no indoors and 100% outdoor. Now it's then it was 50% outdoor. No indoors. Now it's no outdoor no indoors. I don't know how businesses they're going to survive. Really down. I hate seeing it. Hate driving around, you know, Burbank, down Magnolia or Olive and you see one Sign after another after another for lease going out of business. Everything must go. And People are not going to survive this. They're just not We talked to Dr Ray Sherry earlier. And he said, there are more kids dying of suicide. And are dying of cove it and he said he knows that to be a fact. More kids are dying from suicide. And they are from Cove. It And Kids are they're going crazy. And you know if you have kids at home, you got 234 kids at home. You know exactly. I'm talking about If you have no kids at home, you have no idea what it what it's like. But if you do have kids at home, you know exactly what I'm talking about. And how every single day you're just holding on. Just holding on. All right. We're live on K. If I'm more now. Genographic.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Miss Ramirez only recently shared her identity and her extraordinary story with Christian Herman of Illinois public media before the pandemic struck. My Ramirez had built a life for herself in Chicago. She was 28 worked as a paralegal at an immigration law firm. She loved walking her dogs and hanging out with her boyfriend. When Illinois's governor issued a stay at home order in March, it was easy for her to work from home She hardly ever went outside. Mira does have a neurological condition that she manages with a medication that could have suppressed for immune system, but otherwise she's healthy. And to this day she has no idea how she got the Corona virus. It happened sometime in early April. I lost sense of taste and smell. I thought, very fatigued. I was not able to walk on distances, and that's when I decided to go into the emergency room. Her oxygen levels were extremely low. And Myra was given 10 minutes to call her mom to explain. She was about to be placed on a ventilator and Spanish toward ventilator is like fan so I thought, Oh, they're just goingto blessed to marry into me and the okay maybe have a three day stay, so I wasn't very worried. In fact, she'd spend the next six weeks heavily sedated with life support machines, doing the work of her lungs and heart. She had terrifying dreams that she couldn't distinguish from reality. Love me drowning, and I attribute that to me, not being able to breathe at all. We were state mares in that, but I don't wish to share those because they're very explicit. In early June, Mira's family was told she may not make it through the night. So they flew in from North Carolina to say good bye. Then the doctor said they could try a double lung transplant her mother know any. Romero agreed. She spoke at a recent press conference about the experience so young, but I know, she said, There are no words to describe the pain of not being by her daughter's side as she struggled for her life. And that God gave her the strength to make it through Northwestern medicines. Dr Ink it, Murat performed the 10 hour procedure. Most patients are quite say going into lung transplant, but he waas so sick. In fact, I can say without hesitation. The sickest patient I've transplanted Mirer was extremely sick, but she was also young, just 28. And aside from her lungs, her other organs were relatively okay, Murat says. Most covert 19 patients are not like Maira. They're not candidates for transplants because of their age and other chronic health problems that make it less likely a transplant will succeed. When Mira first woke up, she was disoriented. She couldn't move or talk. It would be weeks before she understood what had happened to her. She's doing better now, but probably faces at least a year of rehab therapy before she can function independently. At this time. I'm not certain of the permanent damage that's been made to my body. I don't even want to be in his harp about the pills because they're so many. 17 different pills, some of them several times a day summer to prevent her body from rejecting the new lungs, and she also takes depression and anxiety meds because she has so many nightmares and panic attacks slowly But surely I'm able to get through them with the help of therapy. It's just something that I don't want to relive ever again. Covert 19 has disproportionately harmed Latinos who are overrepresented in low wage jobs that exposed them to the virus and are more likely to lack social protections like health insurance. Even with her work from home job, Maira wasn't spared. And while insurance covered some of her hospitalization, she still owes tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills. Meira is eager to get back to her job and her life. She's even asked her surgeon to take her skydiving someday. It's funny because Dr Pereira actually used to work at a skydiving company when he was younger as Toki. Promised me that hopefully was in a year. He can get me there and she has every intention of holding him to that promise for NPR News. I'm Christine Herman.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To him, saying once again, everybody manipulated audio coming from all Russian directions. What was that source? Did you decided? Her name is Carla Jinx. She's a woman long. What the hell is a Karla Jinx? That's a real name, she replies. He's from Fort Worth, Texas. Nobody has the last name of Jinx J I n Ks Fort Worth, Texas You have to disown that name was given to you. He has nine to go through life being called the jinx. She has 90 followers, which is 90 more than you have and through, Alright, but less than Debra Mark and this one Min is accusing us of being manipulated by Russians with that audio, No one doctored audio equipment women. How do you get a hold of this? When she's only got 90 followers, where she replied to Donald Trump Jr. Oh, I say okey retweeted the clip of our show. This is what happens when you go down the Twitter whole. Well, I'm just telling you, that's that's all I said is. This is the first true I got a check from Putin and you've got a vaccine. You gotta vaccines right? She must have heard about the Russian vaccine. That was the trade. That was it exactly how you were manipulated. In fact, I said to the guy I said, you give me a free Russian vaccine and will play the doctored audio clip. Barbara Barbara for didn't actually say that somehow the Russians lated they played around with the audio to say the right will not open school. Still after election That's great man. It's still September. This is already wild. Well, speaking of all that yesterday's fun also included the walk back at the announcement of the county Department of Public Health than Halloween trick or treating his band. Well, no, it was switched to not recommended. There must have been some blowback. Here is l. A county supervisor Catherine Bargor, and she's talking to Fox Elevens Alex Michaelson, and she seems she can't believe that they would even consider doing you know, One thing we talked about at length yesterday is how Bargor and the rest of the L. A County supervisors never see seemed to be in sync with Barbara Ferrer or Garcetti, for that matter, and on numerous occasions in the last six months. All three entities. The Public Health Department, the county Board of Supervisors, and Garcetti have have been at odds with each other on some major policy. Her daily updates include the Board of Supervisors. Barker's usually there sometimes until the police there together at like one o'clock every day, and they frequently have opposing viewpoints on major policy announcements. Well, let's listen to this interview Alex Michael, seven. Katharine Parker L. A County supervisor, Katherine Barker. So so where are we at now? And what happened with the messaging on this? Reversal. I push back this was not something that was fully betted through public health and, quite frankly, came as a shock to me this morning when I turned on the news and saw this clearly this was an overreach by personnel within public health. Actually, Even Dr Pereira was not aware that that that guideline was being released. He's turned me on several levels. First of all, communication is important. And so you know, something like this is a wake up call to all of us that we need to be vigilant as it relates to the information getting out there and who is releasing it, But this was not a flip flop. This never should have seen the light of day because, quite frankly. Is not realistic, and it's it's actually I think, counterproductive. I keep telling people you can't do this. You can't do that. Eventually, we're going to stay. You can't tell me what to do. I think parents know how and what it say for their Children and banning trick or treating, I think is absolutely ridiculous. There's a safe way to do it. And the irony is not lost on me that a lot of these kids do wear masks. And yet we're telling them they can't go out and trigger tree and they'll be wearing masks. How does that happen? I mean, you got the the county you've got all these different PR agencies that you're spending the communications department. There's the county Communications Department for public Health. Where's the disconnect here? Because this is not the first time that we've seen the county say something and then have to sort of walk it back because of confusing messages. Absolutely. The other instances were different personal. That's got nothing to do with the PR firm. This had do directly internally with Dr Ferrer and her staff, and I'm gonna leave it to her to explain to us who decided they could release that information without being vetted through Dr Pereira or even the board. Would you believe it to her? Why don't you fight at the answer and tell us you're the head of the county supervisors? You could try this one. I noticed yesterday we were reading from these documents from the Lake County Department. Public health. You had one dated September 5th basic. That's a Saturday. Maybe it was the weekend people that put that out. Well, I think I had the one from 99, which was a Tuesday or Wednesday. I think that's why it did make news until Yesterday because nobody noticed it over the Labor Day weekend. The fifth, the sixth, the seventh That's Labor Day weekend. Nobody's looking up County health Well, websites come Thursday, the eighth Wednesday the nine people who start to pay attention Oh Halloween news. Nobody in the news media notice and took a trading. How'd we miss that The government has cannot cancel Halloween. I mean, are they completely out of their minds? There's nobody in government or in the public health department that can wake up and cancel Halloween. Until people that they can't trick or treat for candy. If I get out of here, you can get virtual candy. So go to the Soviet Union. Get out of here. You could have a zoom party and put on your outside Who's the netball Careers office and, like Alex said they paying hundreds of thousands of dollars T too, with these Public relations Cos. One of them is populated by all kinds of sleazy ex politicians like Fabian Nunez. He's good, Yeah, Mercury. He's getting greased up with tax money for this. What the hell are they doing? Why don't they go out of business? Why don't they all quit and leave? By canceling Halloween. Who the hell do these people think they're annoying and she goes? Well, I woke up this morning. I didn't know what you think about it. Those on the websites and Saturday I didn't know anything about it. All right. When we come back, we'll check in on the fire burning in the Angeles National Forest. The one for days now apparently got a little bit bigger overnight. But there seems to be some good good news. Chris and Carlos covering that We'll talk about the fires up north and Oregon a lot more coming up. 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"dr pereira" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Then what is the experience around case with an outbreak? When we open even for a small number of people to be on campus way don't realistically anticipated that we would be moving either here or to be opening. K 12 school that during at least until after the election after you know, early November, when we just look at the timing of everything, it seems more realistic approach to this would be to think that we're gonna be where we are now. Tio. We get after until the weirdo with the election. Twice until we're done with the elections because we need the teachers out there to go Campaign for Joe Biden Gotta go harvest some ballots. But she did say that, but you know what she's saying. So hard Name is Barbara fairer. L, a County public health director. And I don't think that already was supposed to get out. But it got out to my buddy Steve Gregory, who joins me now from K F Ire Talk station in Los Angeles. Steve, how you doing, man? Hey, my friend. How are you? I'm great man. You keep doing the great work. Andi, you got? Of course you're damn right. I do. So you just tell me I'll explain more about that. So you got this audio sent to you? I just some random person I guess was in the meeting. This was never supposed to get out, Was it No, I don't think it was intended for public distribution. This was a conference call with Dr Barbara for rare who is the director of the L, a County Public Health department, and she was having a conference call with school nurses, school administrator superintendents and other medical and educational professional. And basically they were doing a sort of Ah, round robin of all the topics of concern because that is just for disclosure, saying that's a portion of the entire recording I received because the rest of it she started talking about flu season. But for the sake of what the story was for me is that Mentioned after the election twice now why this is important for us? Because After I heard the recording, and I believe that I sent you the actual response. The Health Department gave me their official response and my question to them after I heard the recording. They didn't know I had it so I wanted to find out if the Health department's official position Was in line with doctor for rare statement, So I asked the question one line. When did Dr Pereira estimate the schools to reopen? The answer is you noted there, and I don't expect you to read all of it because basically word salad. It's just a bunch of Duke gobbledygook that says, in essence, I'm going to wait and see how it works out with special needs students, The high risk high needs students. We're going to get them into classes first. If that works out pretty well, then we'll reassess. Make a decision about everybody else. That's pretty much the summary. Hope you know that That message did not line up with the recording. You heard then that's a big concern. Yeah, it I I read the whole thing. I don't want to read it on the air because it's Yeah, It's one of these things where, let's just write down all this stuff. So we give him a non answer answer. And they can't really say anything, and hopefully they won't email us anymore. But we can't say Yeah, we totally privately came up with this because we want to make sure that we try to, you know, hurt Trump as much as we possibly can, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Did you have anybody else reach out to you from me in the conference? Call Orla County or teachers or anybody that you know, said Yeah. They've been talking about this. You know, they don't want to do before the election. Anybody reached out to you talking about that at all? No. No, And here's the thing I used to be able to get in all the conference calls the they used to be daily updates. That were broadcast live locally in Los Angeles. Then then, after things started to slow down, then they started to do two days a week live and then one day a week with a private soon call for just reporters. And what had happened is after I started asking them questions. The last time I really upset the county was when I wanted to know if any of the leadership was going to take a voluntary pay cut. And then from that point on it never been allowed on the call again. They call in and you wait, Wait. You just bumped into the list, so I'm not even I'm not even lying to you. Gary. I've got the audio. I've got the transcripts from my conversations with 18 P operator about how they go in and they manipulate the order in the called the Order of the Callers. I got all of that. So what happened with that? Yes. When I asked, I asked the chair of the Board of Supervisors for Los Angeles County if she in the spirit of everybody else doing this if she was going to take the leadership role And require are actually request Everyone take a pay cut. And she was like she said that that was your responsible for me to ask. So, wow, that point on I am enemy number one with the county. So So when I tried to get information, you should see my records request that I've sent to them. I wanted to find out the exact science behind the decision making. I wanted to tangible proof because they said they were using a cellphone pain technology. And I wanted the maps of that to find out for sure, because This. Dr. Ferrer was also the same person. Cool. Would not admit that protests were spreading the virus and it took a couple three of US reporters to keep pressuring her publicly on these phone calls. You finally get her to admit, Well, yes, yes. You know, the protests did contribute to the and I'm like, really? I was in the middle of 23,000 people per LAPD estimate 23,000 people screaming and shouting, half of whom had no mask and I said You're telling me At the bars and the beaches air responsible from the spike in covert 19 and those protesters aren't And so that's what I mean. So what now you put all this together and the fact that now she has said on the record that systemic racism is to blame for the spread of covert 19. Now clear she has an agenda. Her doctorate is not in medicine. It's in social science in public administration. So it's now that when she made her politics clear and using the platform of the county Health Department, then she is subject to the same scrutiny as any other politician at this point. Wow. Steve Gregory, Buddy of Mine. Reporter for K F Ire Talk station. Los Angeles is on canIs Ta m 7 90, you know, And I thought it was bad here because we have a health director. That will not come on our show. Welcome on my show. I was called. Apparently, I was told the email. I'm a disinformation mill because I called out them lying about the China virus and the stats and everything out here, too..

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"dr pereira" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on 790 KABC

"When we have detailed guidance on our website, public health that relic County dock of Here to respond to the fake doctor is really doctor and Hayworth. That's so bad. It's just it's so it's so wrong if for nothing else Done if for nothing else is the kid's not Returning to school, which is of all the things of which she spoke. So disappointing lane. By the way, this is the mentality that says no. You know, one day we're talking about politics. John. One of the things you learn in politics. Ah, one learns is that there's much less risk in voting. No. Then there isn't voting. Yes. Why? Because most of what human beings do has imperfections. So when you vote? Yes to something, and there are Some, You know, consequences. People dislike you said Well, I didn't You know I didn't. Unfortunately, yes, I'm responsible for them. But if you if you don't know everything that you don't blame me, I didn't vote for it. I heard the mentality that says no. You know, I'm not going to even take the chance or take the risk that someone could blame me for. Ah, a covert infection. But of course, what she is. She's failing to note in failing to respect is the science. Concerning the harms of not letting especially young Children return to school. But frankly, all Children should be able to return to school on and Ishii is circumscribing. Her decisions around one virus and one virus has now been taken to an extreme. This is not a scientific reasoning on her part. This is Ah, a public official who has been given more power. Then she should have to determine these things. And, you know, I don't know who in California can supersede her. But certainly the folks in L. A county deserve a second opinion, so to speak. You have a question for Dr Me and Hayworth give us a call at 800 to 2 to K A. B. C. Let's begin with James James here on K ABC welcome Hi. How you good? I have a question for the doctor. I guess Mr Edwards awhile ago stated that we all know Children don't get the virus, but there are half a million cases. Of Children contracting the virus in United States. I know that you know, almost always. You don't get sick, but they can Pass it on to adult. So how would you deal with that as far as Children are going to school? You're coming back home. And, yeah, there's elderly people there. Well, the the the data tell us And you know, we consider an aggregate around the world that both illness among Children and transmission from Children to adults. Ah, seemed to be fortunately, quite minimal, doesn't mean that we shouldn't be prudent for adults who are in any of the higher risk categories, and that includes all of us who are over the age of 60. Ah folks who are obese have diabetes, hypertension, Any kind of blood vessel that killer disease. You know, if you have certain types of lung disease, you also want to be certainly won't be careful on that applies frankly, to a lot of different viruses that you were all being a little more careful about Howard's those too. Viruses in Ah, in the course of our lives, But those folks can be protected and it should be protected. Children need to go to school Children need that contact with their peers with the adults who looked for signs of abuse who administer special programs that really cannot be done remotely. That's why the American Academy of Pediatricians pediatrics you know who surely or not politically aligned with President Trump waken almost assuredly say that I have said Children should go back to school. Overwhelmingly. That's what the data say. Ah, and we can protect the adults who most need protecting. But, you know, being the measurement of infections among Children could show you know in depending on how you want to measure these things could show that there there will be quite a spiking infections among Children or spiking viral presence among Children. But that's not going to translate into. Ah, thank God you know, into morbidity and mortality the way it would say even with seasonal influenza, which kills over 1000 Children on average every year in this country, unfortunately, Now I'm told that Randy has more sounds of the fake doctor. Well, now we're at the question Answer part of this press conference. And by the way, I would like a thank you from both of you because I have to sit here and listen to this crap while still participating in this show. But fake, Dr Ferrer was asked. How exactly are you going to in forest Children not trick or treating on Halloween. Hi there, So put out your guidelines for Halloween. But what about enforced? Will County be enforcing this? No. There be ramifications that people do. Go out, trick or treat or do gather in large groups. There have festivals, things like that. Thanks so much appreciate the question. I also want to note that our guidelines have been slightly revised, so we'd ask that people go back and look at them. To distinguish between those activities that are not permitted by the health officer order that includes events, gatherings, parties, those air just not allowed there not allowed for anything, not for birthdays. If you're the only activities that that you can have a party or gathering for with those people that are in your household trick or treating, we're highly recommending that it not happen. We don't think it's an appropriate activity during a pandemic. You know, we've always really relied on sensible actions taken by the majority of people who live in our communities. You know, there's no guarantee when you go trick or treating that your child goes up to a house where the person who opens the door is wearing a face covering and when you don't know the people opening the door, there's no guarantee that they're not sick. On that the candy that they're passing out that they've touched may not be safe for you to be free for you to want your child to be sharing. So So were the these for us. Our very sensible steps that were asking people to take some activities are not prohibited. Under the health officer order. Other activities we think don't make sense during a pandemic because they increased risk, particularly for Children. So there's no way they can enforce it, Which means no one's going to pay attention to them. Right? Well, I certainly hope not. And again, her point about Children is no, It's ridiculous. No Children do not catch this disease. The way adults do it. It's not the same thing. We don't have to worry about Children catching it. Unless if you have a child, and you know there are a very small number of Children in this country who have serious immune problems. Obviously those Children, we take a different approach. But my God, you cannot do this to Children and families and anybody who was at risk of catching cove it from another human being. Ah must at some point take responsibility for his or her own precautions. If you are in that category, don't go to the door. You could even put candy out for kids and I have friends who have done that. For various reasons. You know here? Yeah. I can't be here but you know, help yourself. So great is recall. Dr Pereira. I mean God in heaven. Or we could just throw holy water on her and be done with her for good. Yeah, We've got some breaking Halloween news. We've got breaking Halloween news. In fact, it needs the breaking news Sounder. Is that breaking? No Working on am 7 90 L A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva has says his department will not ticket families for trick or treating on Halloween. You're not going to enforce this, Craig. Well, thank God. Good. Good for good for the sheriff. Did you say Randy good sheriff of Los Angeles County, now the city of Los Angeles. You might still be screwed. But if you're in the outline County you can trick or treat in Pasadena. You can trick or treat in Burbank and you probably won't get in trouble. You know, Randy for monitoring that fake doctor press conference If I had any fun sized kit Kat bars for Halloween, I would definitely give you some, you know, for having a list for rare three times a week. I deserve a king size that you do. And you know what, Randy? I would get you meant ones which are really outrageous. I'm not trying to compete with you, John. But you know if you have a question for Dr Nan Hayworth give us a call at 800 to 2 to ABC. 1 802 225222 more calls coming up. But right now it's time to take a look at the roads. ABC. Dependable Traffic. Newhall Sigalert continues on the five North bound before the 14 right lane of the truck roof lane is closed to repair a large pothole Pasadena, The 1 34 westbound at Colorado Cross being cleared from the carpool and left lane traffic stop from the 2 10. Montebello has stop and go traffic on the 60 in both directions. Long Beach of Stop and Go on the 7 10 south bound between Del Amo Boulevard in Ocean Boulevard. It stays slow over the bridge towards the Queen Mary Lynn with 105 westbound before the 7 10 pickup truck stalled in the third lane fromthe left their slow traffic from Lakewood Boulevard. That's dependable traffic. I'm Kevin Trip on Am 7 90 k b looking toe learn, Then join my car. Others on something you should know. Podcasts. Why can't you do both? Why can't you be grateful for what you have but still want more? Let him enlighten you on how to deal.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We Have seen over the past few weeks. It is that this time to bring the general with certain population for Gates T K through six, back to school campuses in much larger numbers will be considered via element drew ever processes. Anywhere in that answer. Doesn't say early November election. No, it doesn't. Okay, so she's never put. Ah, you know, she's never used a specific event like this as a benchmark, right. You know, we've had these updates for months. She could have said, Well, you know, they did say bye. Fourth of July, right and then by Labor Day. They have used those kinds of days, but those air very on it was a political reason. No. Why would, she admitted it just doesn't make any sense. And then further more like If they do say we're going to wait to the election and then okay, Biden wins and all of a sudden Corona viruses gone. That doesn't make any sense. And then they're going to open up the schools the following week because we have a different president. I don't know. It's just odd to me. I don't know. And I don't know the answer, but I was trying to find out if The health department was in line with Dr Pereira. Yeah, I just want to find out if her agency she and her agency were aligned together. That's all I was trying to determine, and you just heard for yourself that she's giving specific timelines regardless, And she says the word election or not. She's given a specific timeline. Now the only other reason that it caught my attention is because, as we all know, and we basically have seen unfold via your show through the last few months Is that when it comes to politics, and when it comes to social justice issues, Dr Ferrer makes no makes no bones about it. She's very clear in her In her agenda, and I, you know, I don't say this with any bias. It's it's fact she it took reporters basically pressuring her for a few days before she would even admit That the protests played a role in the spread of the virus. If you were it might recall she went for days, saying was only the bars and restaurants to play. And that was the beaches. She would never admit that the protests were a part of that. And finally we got her to admit that she also came out to say that the virus was that racism was contributing to the rapid spread of the virus. So when you take those things and Adam all up and find out that she has an agenda of sorts, you can kind of tell where she is where she's at politically, You kind of have to re evaluate every statement. She makes going forward. You know, there was also a reference that I can't remember the exact.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Delaying this in prolonging it Further and further into the ball and then wind into the winter holidays. I think it's going to be beyond devastating. Last week, the fake doctor Barbara Ferrer, sat down for a Q and a with of all people, Snoop Dog. Let's Go ahead. Listen to some of it. This is Snoop, Far rare and mayor of Inglewood. James Butts talking about masks from this spread that can happen even if you Feel 100%. Okay? And you look great. You still capacity on the virus Does mass thing is like Controversial right now because we have so much miss Miss Fan information based on you don't have to wear a mask. You should wear a mask. You shouldn't. This doctor says it doesn't matter. This doctor says it doesn't matter. So it's like We need to get some clarity on because there's a lot of misunderstanding in the community with I don't have to wear a mask. We should wear a mask. If you want to prevent it. That's what you're saying, right? No, no, let's let's delve deeper into that. Doctor. This is Fighting a pandemic. Cheers. Really a behavioral solution because there is no vaccine and what you talked about our independent behaviors of people taking this seriously very degrees. And so this is what is going to take two. Cut. The numbers got to spread, and that's what we hope to do. Snoop with his podcast is help people really get it, But that depends on each one of us, and it's collectively in our behaviors. So So why do you think That so many people are opposed to wearing facemasks. And what would you tell our residents and those in the county that are resistant to wearing face masks in public? At this point, I think in the beginning It wasn't explained to us just was like here where a mask Then it was certain. You know, people say it wasn't Going to stop it. If you wore a mask, it was going to stop it. So it was a lot of controversy. But now that we're getting real facts on what it is and how it can prevent it to keep the numbers down alone. It's a must to wear masses. The must. To be in public with the master for yourself and fathers around. So now that we understand, and we have that information, we can push that information. We could do no right by the information by being an example by leading by Example. I came in today with my mask old lead by example, to show that I'm following protocol because I really want to find a way to better this, and the best way to do is buy leave bags out. That's a hot podcast. Good first New by the way for pushing back on. They're evolving advice on masks because that doesn't happen very often. I agree. The problem is that you know, he rightly points out. We didn't. We haven't had much information and just telling people no, really. You should wear 10. Okay. You mean the bottom line is for the party that talks about science? Follow the science. I hate to break it to people, but there simply is no credible evidence that wearing of math Not the spread of respiratory viruses, you know, go to the CDC is own website. They post there. It's hard to find, but still they're a meta analysis of 10 different studies looking at using math. Stop or stem this road of respiratory viruses, and they come to the conclusion that the evidence simply is not there further more. It's not just like it's an inconvenience On the foot side. There's plenty of evidence that wearing masks in perpetuity, wearing them all the time. Can cause significant damage worth being a major outbreaks of skin infections around the face that you're ill infections. By the way we're seeing Incredible numbers of people complaining of dizziness, headaches, shortness of breath, fatigue while at work, and a lot of people are at work, trying to do things like operate heavy machinery, drive cars and trucks doing all this stuff with a mask gun, and there is some significant downside to that, let alone all the psycho social downside. Well, I appreciate that, You know, Snoop would like to, you know, jump on the virtue, signaling bandwagon with fake Dr Ferrer on others. It's not good enough to simply say, do it because it's quote the right thing to do. How about if you are so certain state? The science is on your side. Whether Gavin Newsom or or Anthony found here or Dr Pereira, then please share with us. Those studies that show that wearing a mask is something that is recommended or should be required of people who are otherwise feeling healthy and well. In China, apparently forced medication is now part of their force. Lock down here. We're we're required by law, Obviously to wear a mask when we're When we're out in public, and we're required to do certain other things. There's bye bye businesses if we enter their grocery stores or whatever. But in China force medication is also part of it. Could you see a scenario in the United States were forced medication becomes part of the lock down. Well, it's interesting because the on ly medication they could force or would have been hydroxy Cora Quinn because everything else is too expensive and hasn't you know we don't have adequate supplies of it. I think that it's very likely on. I'm terrified about it. I think it's very likely that they will mandate the vaccine. There's more and more talk about that. If you had asked me six months ago, I would have sworn it would never happen could never happen in this country that they could force something like that on the entire population, But it's looking more and more that that's where they're hanging their hat. There's so much money to be made by this vaccine, and there are so many people in significant positions of power. Who are pushing it that I think it's likely there now talking, saying that one vaccine won't likely be enough, and you'll likely need at least two vaccinations. No uncommon. There are other things that require a couple of vaccinations, including things like some of the childhood vaccinations on hepatitis. For example, the shingles vaccine requires two doses. So I'm not saying that that in and of itself is scary. Oh, are unusual, but the idea that they would mandate youto have a vaccine or something that requires a couple of shots, I think is very scary, and I think it's Reasonably likely that they will go down that road..

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"dr pereira" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Times. And that they took an interest in the sun. They took it interested what we would now cause I said solar plasma physics to give a little background here. When you have a major solar outbursts, something that happens is you see, served the equivalent of northern and Southern lights. But around the world as the plasma charge particles impact the atmosphere. They will take on shapes in the sky, So you literally see shapes in the sky that look like figures that look like symbols. That look like dancin. Ah ah, Human serve human stick figures that look like human stick figures with birds on their heads. Anthony Paret at lost almost laboratory Who's a plasma physicist? Has developed this quite a bit. He's done a lot of experimental work to show what you would see in the sky during a major plasma discharge during major solar outbursts. These were recorded as being seen in 18 59 during what was a fairly small solar out first, but people saw these things in the sky. These are reflected on the pillars at compactly Teppei and formed the basis for what essentially became the earliest writing. Interestingly, they're also reflected on the Ronco Ronco script of Easter Island, which is a discovery that J D made are initially and then we learned from Dr Pereira and his team that they had that they had discovered it earlier. I had never published it, so we Put it together, Katie. I won't give her credit for this play together independently. So they were recording what they were seeing the sky during these major solar outbursts. It's interesting that the pillars that Gobekli Tepe they predate. Buying no solar outbursts. End of the last ice age. So how could they have been recording this if it hadn't happened yet? Well, it had happened earlier. It had there had been Smaller solar outbursts are different solar outburst earlier, including 1 1200 years earlier. Which Actually through the Earth into Ah, Many ice age. If you would our what's already the ice age threw it into a mini colder spell known as the younger, driest. At that time, there was a solar outbursts that melted My stamps, which released huge amounts of water into the North Atlantic, and she shifted climatic patterns and actually sent the Northern Hemisphere into. Ah. Somewhat colder period for about 1200 years. Before then, a huge solar outbursts snapped us out of the last ice age and warm the global temperatures at 9700 BC So all this starts to tie together that ah Ancient people. They were aware of these things. They were aware of what we now call a solar and plasma physics because it was dependent it was important to them. Um, I think was more than just curiosity. It was very important to them. They equated the sun. I believe with the concept of God. Believe that it was, in fact, a conscious entity that could behave in different manners, which I don't think that's untrue it all. And they wrote about it. One thing I won't mention one last point quickly. The archaeologists. Ah, historians have always said that you need three major things to recognize True civilisation. One is writing. I'm now convinced we have Evidence of writing. Carved onto the stone pillars echo back late tap. I suspect that they had a lot of writing it on other perishable materials, just like we have. Now, you know who would think we have writing if you only found a few huge cement. You know letters But we know that there's a lot more to it. I think they had a lot more to not more also, and I'm hoping that will find more. But we have enough right now. So I think established that they were Absolutely literate. I don't see how they could build what they were building if they weren't literate if they didn't have a way to recording to communicate and to calculate, so we have literacy. Archaeologists have traditionally Ignore that unique literacy to recognize civilization. They used megalithic structures to recognize advanced civilization. We have incredible megalithic structures. And then the last And third item that's usually asked for by my academic colleagues to prove civilization is that you have cities and something they still argue is that Gobekli Tepe is not a city. Where are the settlements? Where did the people live? Where did they congregate? If they were true civilization and my answer My working hypothesis right now is that we still have a city It's known as Earth are Shanley Urfa. Which is Very close to go back league have taken back. The typeface about happened our drive from it, and this is a modern city with hundreds of thousands of people in it. It's a sacred city. Abraham is believed to have lived their other profits in the Judeo Christian Islam. Ah! Abrahamic religions were believed to have populated this city. But what's interesting is when they dig down anywhere to do construction projects to build a new Under park Underground parking lot to build. Ah, ah! New building urban renewal. They find layers going back to Gobekli Tepe time people were living there. The time of compactly Teppei 10,000 BC and, In fact, there's a credible statue life size statue of AH person in the museum at Urfa that dates to the same time period as Gobekli Tepe Bay 12,000 years ago. And when you look at this statue It isthe. So sophisticated in my opinion, so modern looking, it looks like a piece of modern art. In fact, it's in the trailer. It's It's in the trailer that we have for civilization before civilization so people can see it for themselves. Well, the carvings on the stones of the fox and so many others. They are exquisite. They are absolutely I mean, and you're an artist, you know? Yeah, well But, you know, I just love the smoothness off them in the in the strength of the same time, But, hey, wait a second. We gotta pay for the show or else they'll throw us off the air. So time out here on the 21st century radio with our guest, Dr Robert Schoch. And don't forget Dr Robert.

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"dr pereira" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Um, you must know the story that she went girls were arrested in the second wave. They were put in jail. She got in her car and drove down Now she didn't get a driver to take her down. She got in her car alone, drove downtown to go to say these are my girls that brought them their homework. I want to see after them. I want to see what they would do. I believe she would have taken a risk that others did not and would not have taken. And I don't think that she would have judged them for that believe that the area would not have become the enemy of anybody at any one of these institutions because They did what they did. I think she would simply say you must understand. I do what I have to do, And that's the difference between us. I think I think that's the difference in how she just don't think you actually said the words She went to the jail to see when they'd been arrested. Yes, we know that stuff. They're dangerous. That was, you know, Here's this's a black woman in the car. A lot could happen to a lot of people in Greensburg did not like what was happening and to see this woman said. You know, there had been a cross burned. She did have a cross burned at college Presidents House. You know, Dr Pereira was it was a committed in a sincere soldier. He really well from July 2011 extra. Terry in 1960 was a student at Bennett College in Greensboro, North Carolina, participated in the lunch counter Sit ins. She later became president of Bennett College. In 2012 Limit turn their attention to to graduation beyond because of course, that spring them 61 graduate, go to chapel and as if Danford fellow very interested. Have you describe your ambition? Your experience in Chapel Hill. Many things I like about that. But let me just invite you to begin that well..

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"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Solid for the next month. Yeah. So all weekend long while everyone is down here up there. Yeah, road trip to Napa, but you can't get in its way. Shannon went up north. Okay, so ah, double standard. Steve Gregory joins us now, and we've been talking about the double standard in shaming people who don't wear masks between the protesters. And everybody else. What have you found? Well, we know that that we did finally get doctor for rare to admit on Monday that the protesters had a role in the spread of the virus. After I finally had to explain to her and graphically described the fact I was in the middle of a crowd of 22 2 23,000 people, according to LAPD on the intersection of spring and Temple. And I said most all were young people, and if I had to do a quick survey of the of the crowd, 85% 80 85% brother head masks But a lot of didn't and they were all shouting and screaming right, which is even with a mask. Even with the mass, that's not 100% that even 50% And so the point I was trying to make with her is like you've yet to describe that you've yet to include protesters and mass protests in your narrative. And don't you think that's a little you know, skewed and misleading Because you're you're chastising, you know, bar owners and I mean let me tell you, I can't wait to go back in the restaurants And as soon as they were open, the dining rooms are open. I couldn't wait to get back in there. Every restaurant I've been into was so over the top with hygiene. I agree me to in safety and health. And I mean, I just it was to the point was annoying me. I think I tweeted one day. To me. I went to my favorite Italian joint here in Burbank. And to me, it was like trying to have sex with all our clothes on. I mean, it just kind of the way it was. It was like, you know, all right. Come on, right now that you could in your narratives say, Look, people were expressing their first Amendment right to protest and we appreciate understand the issues here. However, that did contribute. So we finally got her to admit Dr Ferrer to admit that she cheat. You know, the protesters played a role Now in this first cut here. This is a reporter. This was yesterday's We got this notification of an impromptu private call these air not broadcast, like like you've You've been used to seeing him. So this, a handful of reporters invited to get in on this call. So this is a reporter who asks this question. Its reporter asks for rare and and you can hear her answer and hearing from several people who feel like officials are downplaying the role of mass protests in the growing spread. I think it's hard for people to understand why thousands of people can march on the streets, but they can't have a backyard barbecue. Thank you. We've been really honest and said from the beginning that for any people that are in crowded situations for long periods of time, which long for us means more than 15 minutes. Where you're in close contact with other people less than six feet of hard and people aren't wearing a clown face covering. You have a heightened risk of either transmitting the virus. If you are an asymptomatic spreader or getting the virus from someone else who's spreading because they also are in asymptomatic spreader. And that in situations I can take her voice. Just take it. Okay, so it's fade out there. So you get the idea. They're sort of and she just talked about that She gets into the point that They say at the health Department support protesting racial injustice and violence. Right? So she starts identifying this sort of how the county is. Endorsing these things. It was like that's interesting. So here I ask her, so I'm the next question. So here's my question afternoon to you all. I wanted to sort of co tail on my colleague about thie gatherings at the beaches and The message that it stands because I don't think you really addressed that Dr Pereira. She was indicating that how can you justify to some that They're not allowed to go to the beaches and all the reports that we got in all of the people that we spoke with. Beach Patrols County Sheriff's Department that people were acting very responsibly when the beaches were open both Orange County away and they were adhering to six feet and they were doing everything they were supposed to do. There had been no instances where there was a problem. However, on mass protests in mass gatherings, which I assume is still in the health order is still allowed in the health order. How can you tell people that it's okay to do one thing and not the other when they're both very similar? Yeah, you know, thanks, And it's a great question. Obviously, there's a first time you were respecting that meeting you and I do want to know that You know, Closing the beaches is a very difficult situation. Very difficult decision because you're absolutely right. I mean, it wasn't necessarily 100% but a lot of people were doing the right thing at our beach so white clothes and find they stayed up. OK, so trying to fast forward you get to just take the last. Ah do the last 15 seconds. And we felt like it was really important where we could knowingly anticipate that there would be a very crowded situation and you know, we are really talking about upwards to a 1,000,000 people at our beaches. That we did everything we could to minimize those exposures. But you know the right to protest. What is that? A thank you note and I heard the beep. And I thought I was thought. Yeah. Better chime in just in case. But now now, as soon as I asked that question, like firing us a missile. It still doesn't answer that. Yes, it's a protected right? So that's it, though, and I don't know that noise you heard was somebody else's Mike open, But she just says basically that that is a protected right, so they will continue to keep the right to protest in the health order as an allowed, but they're going to find you if you're walking down the street. In Santa Monica not wearing a mask right or go to the beach. And my point was everyone. Even the folks that I observed going to the beach weren't hearing to six feet. They were being very good. You've always got a couple of knuckleheads, but for the most part, everyone was doing what they were supposed to do, and the beach is healthy and the air is circulating and I remember when I went down to Huntington Beach when they first opened up We have to run, but they you know, you saw all these compressed depth of field shots, which made it look like people will know we're on top of each other when they when they weren't Yeah, they're idiots out there. And that's why you have. Ah, lifeguards or beach Patrol combines. Excuse me, six feet. You have to move. But in protests there is no six feet. There is no I know it's a difference. So, like I said, I don't know. Is there anything in the Constitution that says you have a right to go to the beach? Oh, I was at the first happiness. I would say Assembly pursuit of having well that Yeah, the freedom of Assembly Assembly. If you want to get a guest if you want to protest at the beach Or just make a protest sign to say, just make a protest on Fourth of July opinion, don't I, Anyway, That's that's kind of what's going on. All right. Well, Steve Gregory, thank you And speaking of the Constitution coming up next, we've got Jessica Levinson from loyal a law school to talk about the Constitution and the electoral college and what may happen there with the Supreme Court. Jane Wells filling in for John and can care if I am 6 40 years, a new Airbnb has announced new rules to cut down on House parties this holiday week..

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"dr pereira" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Have been a priority of the trump administration and they're happening as our attention is diverted to the pandemic so what does that mean for climate change on human health joining me to talk about it our gene McCarthy president and CEO of the natural resources defense council based in Boston Massachusetts Kenya is also the former EPA administrator under president Obama also with us is Dr Federica Perera founding director of the center for children's environmental health at the Columbia University mailman school of public health in New York City Dr Pereira is on the board of the NRDC thank you both for coming on science Friday thank you very much thanks for having us IRA let me begin with you Jeanette what kind of protections are getting rolled back by the trump administration right now well first of all I read thank you for letting me be here I would have to answer all kinds in anything they can think of because this administration from the beginning we knew would not agree with everything that that the Obama administration enacted for rules and regulations I just think nobody could have anticipated the broad sweep of rollbacks that this administration has been proposing and doing their best to defend it in court it's everything from you know they they did what we call a don't ask don't tell policy which basically tells industry that it if you're inconvenienced by this pandemic then don't worry about maintaining your stance Europe standards for a meeting of pollution so that you can not have to monitor that a report on it so that individuals that live in the shadow of these big industrial facilities like refineries have no idea what pollution they're being exposed to right now we they have rolled back high standards that that deep that are designed to make our air clean inner especially for people that live along highways they have attacked our science and said that good scientists can't be on all of the panels that help advise in these types of roles their rollback toxic emissions standards from a power plant they've decided they it's okay to sell dirty wood stoves at a time when we know that puts more people at risk so right now we said okay do more make anything you've done permanent before as if he is not constrained by Congress and the laws that were put in place after our first Earth Day that has protected our air and water and make our lives better so as you can tell I'm a little infuriated by it but more I'm just frightened by it because it is a it is a lack of understanding about what we need to do to build a healthy life and frankly to address climate change which is the biggest public health challenge of our time I am I replied no this is science Friday from W. NYC studios we got a question from a listener Cameron from grants pass Oregon all the rollbacks benefiting people and organizations that support trump or that supporters have financial holdings in well I I think you'd have to answer absolutely to both of those questions yes basically when when not trump came into office he was very clear that his job was to bring back coal it was very clear that he wanted us to be the dominant country in terms of production of oil and and those are the very insurers that have supported his campaign on that have a look a line with him and I think many of us understand that that this administration has not been protecting people it has been protecting polluters and it's just a total denial of what we need to do and what government is supposed to do to deliver on people's right to clean air and clean water and healthy places to live in and have their children grow up but it also is a total denial of climate science and end the need for us to to build a brighter future and that's part of both the challenge of climbing in the opportunity we have to get out of this economy in a way that grows a clean energy economy which is actually the jobs of the future Dr Perera you study how environmental factors impact human health especially for for children what do we know about how air pollution hurts us and children well as an environmental and public health scientist I agree with Gina McCarthy very strongly is well backed policies regulations on air pollution and climate change are terrible idea that's because these emissions from industry transportation power plants other sources powered by fossil fuel are really the major culprits for both air pollution and climate change and reducing those emissions from coal oil gas diesel truck group benefits public health in enormous ways especially for children mostly people think about the deaths caused by air pollution over four million every year in the in the world a hundred thousand of those right here in the US but also what you're gonna born preterm and low birth weight what children have asthma and where children have cognitive behavioral problems that interfere with their ability to learn as a result of your pollution it's a major contributor and our work at the Columbia center for children's environmental health and along with many other studies have linked these bad outcomes to exposure to the fine particles the hydrocarbons nitrogen and sulfur dioxide ozone and mercury from fossil fuel and one of the striking that comes his interference with normal brain development in children bear the brunt of these threats of these exposures because they're rapidly developing through a complex highly choreographed process sees during fetal development infancy early childhood and they have a mature defense mechanisms they operate okay in us for the most part to detoxify chemicals deal with other stressors but they're not working and and effectively in the very young we have to take a short break and then we'll be back with Gina McCarthy president and CEO of the NRDC.

"dr pereira" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"dr pereira" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Been a priority of the trump administration and they're happening as our attention is diverted to the pandemic so what does that mean for climate change on human health joining me to talk about it our gene McCarthy president and CEO of the natural resources defense council based in Boston Massachusetts Kenya is also the former EPA administrator under president Obama also with us is Dr Frederica Perera founding director of the center for children's environmental health at the Columbia University mailman school of public health in New York City Dr Pereira is on the board of the NRDC thank you both for coming on science Friday thank you very much thanks for having this IRA let me begin with you Jeanette what kind of protections are getting rolled back by the trump administration right now well first of all I read thank you for letting me be here I would have to answer all kinds in anything they can think of because this administration from the beginning we knew would not agree with everything that that the Obama administration enacted for rules and regulations I just think nobody could have anticipated the broad sweep of rollbacks that this administration has been proposing and doing their best to defend it in court it's everything from you know they they did what we call a don't ask don't tell policy which basically tells industry that it if you're inconvenienced by this pandemic then don't worry about maintaining your stance your standards for a meeting of pollution so that you can not have to monitor that a report on it so that individuals that live in the shadow of these big industrial facilities like refineries have no idea what pollution they're being exposed to right now we they have rolled back high standards that that deep that are designed to make our air clean N. or specially for people that live along highways they have attacked our science and said that good scientists can't be on all of the panels that help advise in these types of roles their rollback toxic emissions standards from power plants they've decided they it's okay to sell dirty wood stoves at a time when we know that puts more people at risk so right now we said okay do more make anything you've done permanent before as if he is not constrained by Congress and the laws that were put in place after our first Earth Day that has protected our air and water and make our lives better so as you can tell I'm a little infuriated by it but more I'm just frightened by it because it is a it is a lack of understanding about what we need to do to build a healthy life and frankly to address climate change which is the biggest public health challenge of our time I am I replied oh this is science Friday from W. NYC studios we got a question from a listener Karen from grants pass Oregon all the rollbacks benefiting people and organizations that support trump where that supporters have financial holdings in well I I think you'd have to answer absolutely to both of those questions yes basically when when not trump came into office he was very clear that his job was to bring back coal it was very clear that he wanted us to be the dominant country in terms of production of oil and and those are the very insurers that have supported his campaign on that have a line with him and I think many of us I understand that that this administration has not been protecting people it has been protecting polluters and it's just a total denial of what we need to do and what government is supposed to do to deliver on people's right to clean air and clean water and healthy places to live in and have their children grow up but it also is a total denial of climate science and end the need for us to to build a brighter future and that's part of both the challenge of climbing in the opportunity we have to get out of this economy in a way that grows a clean energy economy which is actually the jobs of the future Dr Perera you study how environmental factors impact human health especially for for children what do we know about how air pollution hurts us and children well as an environmental and public health scientist I agree with Gina McCarthy very strongly is well backed policies regulations on air pollution and climate change are terrible idea that's because these emissions from industry transportation power plants other sources powered by fossil fuel are really the major culprits for both air pollution and climate change and reducing those emissions from coal oil gas diesel that affects public health in enormous ways especially for children mostly people think about the deaths caused by air pollution over four million every year in the in the world a hundred thousand of those right here in the US but also what you agreed upon preterm and low birth weight what children have asthma and where children have cognitive behavioral problems that interfere with their ability to learn as a result of your pollution it's a major contributor and I work at the Columbia center for children's environmental health and along with many other studies have linked these bad outcomes to exposure to the fine particles the hydrocarbons that nitrogen and sulfur dioxide ozone and mercury from fossil fuel and one of the striking comes his interference with normal brain development in children bear the brunt of these threats of these exposures because they're rapidly developing through a complex highly choreographed process sees during fetal development infancy early childhood and they have I can assure defense mechanisms they operate okay in us for the most part to detoxify chemicals deal with other stressors but they're not working and and effectively in the very young we have to take a short break eight and then we'll be back with gene McCarthy president and CEO of the NRDC and Dr Frederica Perera founding director of.