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"emma society" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

07:36 min | 3 months ago

"emma society" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"Facebook, twitter instagram email. It's all right there plus a live video feed into the Joe Pags show glad to have you here. Glad to have this guy on. He's called an environmental activists. There's also an author's name is Michael Shellenberger Michael How are you? Crazy things for Joe, appreciate you coming on so I have to I have to ask you just right up front. You write an article and it and it was submitted to. What was the outlet that you submitted the article do? Yeah on Forbes. where my regular contributor. Okay, so so you send it off and maybe that it read it because they read it. Maybe what would? It disappeared even faster before I understand they posted, and it disappeared almost immediately, because against the content isn't what they expected from a an environmental activist, so you've got a book out called Apocalypse never and this goes into a lot of what we've been told for many many years now about climate change about global warming can call it that anymore, because not necessarily warming but but I guess you decided to drop a dose of reality on the readers and that scared. The publisher I'm guessing is that what happened with that article? Well I can't go into too much detail because I'm still a contributor at Forbes. What I can say is that I, disagreed with their decision to take down the article which had been up and on the site and read by many people. And I'm disappointed that they did that. It did not violate any a Forbes's journalistic standards. It was completely appropriate in my view for what is expected contributors. Nonetheless I'm. Happy to say I will. I will continue to write for Forbes. They have allowed me in the past to follow the truth, wherever leads me an confident that that will continue to be the case, but certainly with the book out there's now a lot of controversy, and definitely the radical left in particular is trying to trying to cancel me trying to cancel the book, but I just said bring it on I, forty nine years old now ready. Ready to have the arguments. It's hard canceled. Guys our age, a little bit older than you are so canceling us at this point is like what's the use? I'm not going anywhere. It is a Michael Shellenberger. Get his book called. Apocalypse, never so I. Don't want to Bash Forbes I like Steve Forbes by the way another guy and I've interviewed him several times and I'm not so let's not let's talk. Talk about their decision. Let's talk about the content of the article. Was it factual was an opinion piece? Was it you saying I think these people are dumb and I disagree with what they're saying, or were you offering me facts that was sourced and resourced and footnoted. That could actually go research, and even if I were skeptical on what you said, I could check it out. Was it factor opinion? Well I mean apocalypse never as a book I've been working on for. Much of my adult life is just a four hundred page book has got one hundred pages of end notes all of them from the top scientific publications including. The United Nations. Climate, change the Food and Agriculture Organization all of the most mainstream science and what I point out. Is that while I leave? Climate change is real, and humans are contributing to it. It's not the end of the world. It's not even our most serious environmental problem. The number of deaths from natural disasters has declined ninety percent over the last hundred years has declined eighty percent of last forty years. You know. Carbon emissions actually have pete in are declining in most wealthy countries, including United States, but they start declining in Britain France and Germany and mid Seventies. Moving towards free range organic beef would actually be devastating for the natural environment, because it would require too much land I point out that renewables are worse than fossil fuels because they're so inefficient. They require four hundred times more land than either natural gas or nuclear. So. If you care about the environment, then you should want to. Be pro-nuclear and so one of the questions in the book I look at Wire Environmentalists. Where the people who say they're so apocalyptic about climate change so against nuclear energy, and what eventually come to is that they're actually not fundamentally concerned about climate change. WHAT THEY WANNA do is take control of the economy. What they want control and and the imposition of really low quality, environmentally destructive energy, and it's taken a long time to get here and had someone a fair amount of courage to write the book, but now that it's out I'm I'm relieved to say it's now on Amazon bestseller lists over five and. And I think that once once once the truth gets out, I don't think that apocalyptic. This apocalyptic environmental discourse will be able to last much longer I can prove what you just said. Because in the House of Representatives they just a few days ago. Did this climate crisis? They always call it something. That's not really true act where they say everything should be based on electricity. I don't know how they're going to do that, but but you're gonNA. Get rid of all cars that run on gasoline by twenty thirty I'm not kidding in ten years they. They just GONNA be gone. We're going to spend billions of dollars. A new power stations everywhere, but at the end of the day I think what you just said is reliably true. This is about taking over a large segment of our economy much like obamacare did the same thing so the power and controls it in a centralized government. What does it look like? If we actually try to base everything electric and get rid of fracking and natural gas, which is very cleaning clean. Coal and gasoline powered cars what he's going to look like we do that. Well yeah, I mean. It's a great question. I mean what I write about in the book. Is that renewables? This obsession with renewables is really more religion than it is. Technical renewables are terrible for the natural environment, because they require so much land, so solar and wind farms require about four hundred times more land than a natural gas or nuclear plant solar farms requires seventeen times more mining materials and waste than nuclear power, and in their unreliable and so you. You have to actually spend a huge amount of money to back them up with other sources of energy that are more reliable. The Democratic Obsession with this goes back to the nineteen sixties back then everybody knew that nuclear was the best it was. The cleanest doesn't emit any air pollution. The only waste is these fuel rods that are simple to store on site. There's liquid in them. They spill like you see on. The Simpsons do like I used to believe. so so nuclear was recognized as the best, but for the radical left which was against capitalist society, Cappos Emma Society in need some other way to be radical without coming across as socialist, and so they became environmentalist, and they married themselves to really anti-human human ideology, which is known as mall Tuesday, in ISM, which is named after the guy that invented, but the idea has always been. There's too many people. Humans are a cancer on the earth. You're familiar with all of it goes. It is really the worst of both worlds you have both the worst of socialism and. And the worst of multi using them all in a single political movement, little wonder it's so destructive environmentally, and also ends up making energy so expensive, which is obviously the most one of those important things for economic growth I urge you to get apocalypse, and never that's the name of the book is known on Number One bestseller. You can get it at the usual places you get books. His name is Michael Shellenberger. You hit on something that I wanna go back to for a second. It really is about the size of the population. It really is about population control. Control and this has been going on since before the sixties every time somebody said we're GONNA run out of fish by two thousand. They were trying to control. Population were all going to die? If you don't stop making babies now, because climate change, there are literally people getting sterilized so that they can't make babies the also the same side that pushes this and we won't get into this, not the push of your book, but they're also saying a nine hundred abortions. Today's okay, it's about population control. It's about politics and scaring the hell out of us you'RE GONNA die. Die The polarize capital begun by two thousand fourteen I'll didn't happen. Sorry, we thought it might be. It's still going to Manhattan will be underwater soon that we they made movies about this that it's going to happen soon. Should all just stop driving our cars and eating beef? So when we peel it all away for you? Now that you've found out again, you've switched from being that guy to somebody who is enlightened by the actual facts. Is it really just about controlling the people population control in central government having a say in everything we.

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"emma society" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"emma society" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Several poor life choices. She's joining us today on the drive time show and she's going to share with you how to protect your creativity and how she is personally navigating the corona virus economy. She's going to share how to avoid constant interruptions how to protect your business from the corona virus economy how she turns our ideas into action and why artistic people eventually have to actually go out there and sell sup this afternoon. We're announcing new guidelines for every American to follow over the next fifteen as we combat the virus each and every one of us has a critical role to play in stopping the spread and transmission of the virus. Emma Society were We see so much distance already now. We are physically distant and a world where there is so much loneliness now. We're facing south. Cortines vice president trump holding a lengthy news conference with an update on where we are with the fight against the corona virus The government essentially publishing a set of new guidelines many of already been surpassed by some things that we've seen on the state local level. Perhaps the only major difference is A now suggestion that people Not Gather in groups larger than ten. And that's certainly consisted. Mother things we've seen happening around the country as the president was talking. The market was in a free fall. The Dow losing Down almost three thousand point Miss. The percentage about thirteen percent a loss. There's SNP down three twenty four transfer energy. I.

"emma society" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

13:06 min | 7 months ago

"emma society" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Pretty safe but work with your personal medical team as you do these things book becomes a bestseller the MS society monitors their Social Media Platform. And this is their monitoring that this is before the band comes in or after the band the band happened in two thousand nine okay and and so before my tedtalk. Yup before my research. Yeah and the ban just to before we go to that point where they're monitoring social media just curious. Oh so what do you mean the local Iowa City chapter could now let me come speak to them. Okay got it in other chapters. Couldn't let me speak to them. But apparently some other chapters for you to go around that because I was speaking to chapters on The Telephone in so I. I don't know how they got around it. I didn't ask So some some local chapters figured out their local no local work arounds and one more question about that because I think this is important in the process of doing things the right way and also that when you're on to something in any industry whether it's the industry that you're in and you have an idea that's out there you will get backlash you'll you'll get pushback and no actually. I'm really grateful that the society band may because that led me to my uncomfortable conversations with my chair of medicine idea chief of staff that got me educated on a more prudent way of talking about this for sure it was part of how smart kid part of my growth development which. I'm very grateful. So so then they were monitoring social media. So so my Ted talk comes out. My book comes out. It's a best seller. They monitor social media to know what their constituents are talking about. And what happened? In twenty fourteen there is a sudden explosion of social media. Mentions about diet? Lifestyle the Walstein at the walls protocol. Dr Terry walls that swamped. All the conversation about disease modifying therapies combined so in the summer of two thousand fourteen. They decide they hold a wellness conference and they tracked me. Get me on the phone. Say We're having this conference would like you to come with and I'm like well I would come but see. I'm being speaking out the gate at ten year conferences as a band speaker so they were very apologetic. And they said you're not banned. And maybe really would like you to and so I came and so they had forty five people who were scientists forty folks who were patient advocates song to fruit and for the forty five patient advocates. They'll have copies of my book signed as we're registering their. I'm signing all these books and I'm thinking I'm probably people off but you know I'm going to sign these books. I in during that conversation and they had These presentations and I saw that graph which explained why was there. That showed the social media. Mentions before my book came out and after my book came out boom said so it's apparent to us that our constituents want died in lifestyle programming diet and lifestyle research. So we're that's why the meetings Being convened then I kept. Advocating that We we could agree that we don't know the role of gluten. We don't know the role of dairy But we can surely all agree. That sure is bad. In vegetables are good and the neurology. Scientists neuro scientists are saying there's no coup for that and so there for either or was saying specifically about sugar or okay got it and so and so my response to that. I always socially the most skilled so I I stood up and said well if you guys can't be on the side of notice sugar yesterday vegetables. Don't tell your constituents that in your questions that your constituents will think that you are only on the side of big Pharma. Then I got a standing ovation from the forty five members of the audience that were patient advocates in sort of stony silence from the scientists. That okay this is not going well I should probably behave better And then we had. We broke out into the Diet Group and I kept saying I if if going to dietary research you have to reconstitute the people who are reviewing the studies because based on the comments. I'm getting back from my proposals to you. You guys your viewers know nothing about doing dietary dimension studies and just like the neuroscientist who is in the audience who had shared that comment. I've heard Jeffrey Bland. Say this before you know. It was considered one of the Godfather for those that are listening. He was instrumental in setting up. The Institute of Functional Medicine is considered one of the godfathers. A Functional Medicine. Really incredible guy. I've heard him say that. Your lack of awareness is not an absence of evidence. That's so this individual saying there's no proof for that. There's no proof that sugars bad and vegetables are good. That individual guessing was probably a little bit of like older. You know not a young doctor a little bit older actually. They were quite young all they were out. That's my stereotype. They grew up in the Animal model they grew up in the wolves will steadily processes want biochemical pathway. At a time got life is much more complicated than that. Life is so much more complicated now to to must societies credit. Yes where this little banquet Several internal folks came by Terry. We're so rooting for you We so appreciate what you're doing a shake up the Emma society. I and then I was very pleased to see that they in fact did create a handout. That reviewed The gluten free diet the Paleo Diet the Swank Diet but a trian diet the evidence limited evidence that there was pro and con for all of those diets. By that time we had one little Research paper that came out. Our work had gotten mentioned it. Quite have the framework for my diet correct but they had this out there so they were finally telling people diet matters he should talk to your patients at these diets are out there that they should consider that in then. I the standard standard American Diet. Which was it doesn't matter correct. And so many people who are listening to this podcast whether they have gone through breast cancer or something else. That's out there or traumatic brain injury. They often get that standard response which is die. Doesn't matter just eat whatever you want and so on first time the MS society. This is a pretty big deal saying actually we think that. Diet doesn't doesn't it? So that was two thousand fifteen Then they put out a call for dietary research in so then. We wrote a proposal. Now Mind you at twenty ten their only to deter prospective intervention studies. That have been done. I was one of the key is in. Twenty fifteen hours. They put out a call for dietary intervention. Studies Again I I was one of the few people doing dietary intervention studies. They ended up plenty us. They gave us a million dollars. Incredible so we launched that in August twenty sixteen when that confirmation came in that you had funding from them. Where were you and like like? Give me the mental state. And where were you exactly when you got the news? Oh this is wild So I just had surgery on my back for spinal stenosis. I was at home going through my email and I got the email from society s from Nicaragua and he said Terry. Give me a call so I called him and he said well here. This IS BUBBLE BLAH. Gave me the the news And so I was like wow. It's called my called my staff's okay. We're this is what's happening. And then we ended up Getting everything lined up and started enrolling participants in August of two thousand sixteen. Wow full circle moment to being banned. Two million dollar check to get in dollars funding to billy to change people's lives in and the other thing that immensely satisfying so in two thousand ten There are two people doing die. Tr- invasion studies for MS now in twenty twenty ten years later are thirteen dietary intervention studies of a and. I'm involved in five of the thirteen. Incredible so we've made huge progress in that. Progress is really driven by the public Because it was the public's Ted Talk to my book that drove the Emma Society to create the funding initiative which then allowed all these little pilot studies to be underway which allowing for larger studies. Funded by the age. The public is the big driver. The public and the ability of often the landscape social media sometimes gets negative connotation. But it's really through the power social media people sharing your tedtalk able to share their own patient testimonials online on twitter on facebook on instagram. And saying that guys have been doing this and there's not crazy I'm getting better or I'm not getting as worse as I was that or you know the the the people that we have who say they tried the drugs and then they lost their insurance lost. Their job couldn't afford the drugs so now this like well that's all I've got a so I'm GonNa do diet life but now since it's all I've got I'm actually going to do it. One hundred percent and the contacted saying Oh my God my life's been transformed. My pain is gone. My vision is better. My hands are working better. I can walk better time and time again. We hear that people stay there using these potent drugs. They finally can't work. Have go off the drugs. Because now they can't afford them and now they realized like it's all got his diet and lifestyle and they finally actually do it now. The Wasp doesn't work at seventy percent or eighty percent or ninety percent got actually do the whole really implement the dietary choices. It's a central portion of it. Before we get into some of the new things you've added into the book and the learnings that have been there for the last few years since publishing it and the Ted talk talk about the research landscape from here on. What's coming up and what's your hope and your dream you never know. Who's listening to this podcast of what you'd like to see funded so the big question is if I'm newly diagnosed I'm terrified about my disease. The neurologist was trying to tell me I have to take these terrible drugs so I don't become profoundly disabled. I'd like to know could I just do diet and lifestyle and not take the drugs? We don't have any studies that compare the two controlled or or randomized so doing that study. We'll be profoundly helpful now have to do a small study Getting Fun so we could make that study much larger. It would be of course Excellent but we'll take to fund something like that with your experience like. Oh this is millions of dollars because what you're doing is you're hiring. Staff that trade support people implement the Diet and lifestyle? You are adding memorize beginning at the end. Where adding all these biomarkers in then blinded assessments. And then you want to happen to bring people in the control arm who who are getting usual care and we're not supporting them with Diet and lifestyle end. Ideally you'd like to have a couple of hundred people in that study so because you'd like to pop power it With enough people so he can clearly answer. Can you what happens if you don't take drugs and it may be yet Taking drugs plus doing diet lifestyle's better or it may be that not taking drugs and doing diet and lifestyle is better. We really don't know but that would be a a incredible study to answer with the funny I do have. We can do a small study with just Diet and lifestyle compared to control So we can begin to get the safety numbers to know. Am I creating harm by letting people do diet and lifestyle without the drugs right from the point of diagnosis?.

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"emma society" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"emma society" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"Are used to for the call my mind. I and you know if I'm home I could take a bath. I saw. This is exactly as it sounds. I fill it up with cold water. I dump end a bunch of blocks of ice I add in some Dead Sea Minerals. And I set my timer. I read a twenty to thirty minutes in that ice bath and then Jackie says honey. Stand your cycles But when I do my ice bath. That re- depresses your core temperature. It makes it a shorter. Latency the sleep. Now you have a deeper sleep and the quality of my sleep is vastly better on the days. I take my ice bath. Wow and so. What is exciting research? There's a lock on your work. It is so fun so with the Emma Society funded our lab to compare the low fat swank diet to the walls night And that we've completed all of our clinical visits So we're now in the analysis Part were comparing outcomes between these two studies. I and I won't get the results until everything has been completed because I'm blinded to study assignment But will probably be pointed out in the fall of twenty twenty or the spring of Twenty twenty one to pay on how long analyses takes.

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"emma society" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"emma society" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"Is a fact. I'll always be in. Debt is feeling feelings are not facts someone else in your situation believes they can get out of debt and they will take responsibility for your money. You have the power to change your situation relation. Change your thoughts instead of thinking. Why am I always so broke which is a scarcity mindset? Think what can I do to make more money or save more money. That's an abundance mindset confusing frugality with deprivation. Many people have the misconception. That frugality is the same thing as deprivation. We don't want to be frugal because we don't want to deprive ourselves. We want to get out of debt but we also want to live a quote unquote normal life. We need our three thousand thousand square. Foot homes shiny new minivans daily trip to starbucks and endless amounts of clutter if we have to use debt to achieve the American dream. That's fine that's that's what everyone does right. Emma Society where excessive consumerism is the norm this doesn't sound crazy but consider this one billion people in the world live on less less than a dollar per day. One billion people these people worry about things like starving and not having access to clean drinking water. Meanwhile we complain about how we don't have enough stuff. We say we need a new fifty eight inch flat screen TV and if we don't have cash we swipe a credit card and pay for it later. The solution into the viewing frugality as deprivation mindset is gratitude. I've felt broke for the past five years while I've been paying off six figures student loan debt but I still always always had enough. I've always had a roof over. My head had plenty of food to eat and the opportunity to get out of debt and change my financial situation. I'm lucky living frugally. frugally has not deprived me. It has opened up a whole new world of possibilities that I never knew existed things like living one hundred percent debt free paying cash.

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"emma society" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

06:04 min | 10 months ago

"emma society" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"Guys welcome to episode twins minute fitness. I have all been great day. An awesome festive periods. That your friends and family. Obviously what AWW estimates stop you from getting your weekly dose of Twenty Minute Fitness and your health and fitness stocks than black women other shorts episodes and this time. We're looking at why resistance training. It's still important as you get older and for older generations as I believe this misconception. That as you get older you need to give up these activities. A patch folks unless less impact heavy at exercise more do more cardiovascular training for example but the the elliptical or just walking on the treadmill for example. But you'll soon find out. The the is a place for resistance training among the older generation. We should not start off as we start to get older. So this episode stood at the Young Emma Society to consider for the future but before we begin a big. Thank you to our sponsor shape shape ability three bodies cutting scale. It takes into consideration. Visuals unconsented the data. You want more information on initially checkout shape scale dot com also. We're only hours in echo to simply say Alexa play health and fitness today. Twenty minute fitness to listen to our shorts episodes so I want I want to first start by laying out some facts. I according to Susan Andrews. He's the president of Health wise exercise all to age fifty. You lose one to two percent of muscle strength per year and then off to sixty you lose three percents of the year and actually wanted to strength training. Or what now resistance training Helps you to retain this muscle if you are in a deficit and regain this muscle build muscle if you're in a calorie surplus and gradually increasing volumes. Now we just had how a body starts to change as we get older. Let's explore the multiple benefits of shrimp training for all members of society and this study called the benefits of stripped training for older adults. It was found that strength. Training exercises had the ability to combat weakness and frailty and the debilitating consequences done regularly around two to three days per week. These exercises build muscle strength and muscle mass and helped preserve bone density independence and vitality with age. In addition strength training also has the ability to reduce the risk of osteoporosis and the signs and symptoms of numerous chronic diseases. Such as heart doc disease arthritis type two diabetes lost also proving your sleep on reducing depression in fact another study in the Journal of Medicine and Science in sports and exercise found if you lift weights for less than an hour each week. You might reduce your risk for a heart attack or stroke by forty two up to seventy percent which is is staggering obviously and just shows significant benefits of training especially as we start to get older. So there's a lot of benefit if you ask me now. This isn't to say I called in. While other forms of trading a not effective strength training should be the tool view to consider in your arsenal to prolong your independence for long ability. And you'll mental sharpness spots lifting obviously only helps those who actually go and try it. Statistics indicate belly seventeen percent older Americans regularly lift weights. People often worried. Read that too old to enact to start resistance training but science would encourage they try it to see how the bodies a mind respond to see the positive influence way training. Any has on confidence in yourself. I also look into another study that was carried out from Finland. And I'll give you a short version of this. So is conducted on eighty one. Older men and women between the ages is a sixty five to seventy five to agree to begin resistance training and being physically active. They already were active. They weren't doing resistance training and for two weeks. They were supervised and given a training programs to follow up universal to familiarize themselves with proper technique and how to build a base of strength so after three months the group was assigned to continue new training. And they're in different groups some training for once a week twice a week three times a week and a control group who was doing resistance training and periodically the researchers checked health indicators so whether looks metabolic health or strengthen the fitness and that attitudes about the work hours to see what they found them daunting inviting and this loss of for a further six months uh-huh and they found that it takes improve various markets of their health. Even if only listening once a week and then interestingly enough off to the study concluded in the the participants were told to carry on a please or not they found that almost hof the volunteers was still lifting weights at least once a week and most of them told the research is that weight training had provided the move renewed confidence in their physical abilities beyond the gym. I gave them the confidence in themselves. That not too frail to annette to do such activities so it has a massive positive influence outside of the gym on your life with the lesson. Study being discover how you feel about weight training. Meaning the four. You disregarded go out and give it to go to be lifting heavy weights but just making sure you keep stimulating. Your muscles is so important as we get older. When we all all lights prevent or prolong the feeling of getting older. Become News so all move please. I should say and ability to play our grandchildren independent so I really do strongly encourage people to try resistance. Training and the final study on the lookout was carried out at the sin. Vincent's University Hospital and Trinity College College. Dublin and they looked at forty six individuals studies on the effectiveness of different interventions. For frailty on those lots of different varied interventions ranging from different forms physical activity from medication to education to nutrition supplements and overall increased strength training and increased protein intake either in the form of protein rich food supplements with a two interventions rated highest in terms of effectiveness and ease of implementation. So there we have a whole cohort of benefits for strength training for the older generation. And why we should consider as young scientology that we should continue this as we get old so I hope you found this helpful ahead of land when you're hiring a lovely Christmas and we look forward the shooting in very soon..

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"emma society" Discussed on The Dr. Hedberg Show

The Dr. Hedberg Show

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"emma society" Discussed on The Dr. Hedberg Show

"And we get that done. And it, of course, during that time per, I'm also a, you know, changing how I practice talking less and less about drugs more and more about diet and lifestyle, and the next thing, I know my partners are complaining about me because I'm doing such bizarre things. So my chief of staff at the VA calls me and says Terry what's going on people getting all these complaints? So I have a long conversation with him. And then I have to come back and bring them all the papers in in the end. He becomes impressed with me. And he tells the people were complaining that look if deductibles if anyone is harmed she'll go through peer review, just like everyone else. And then we'll deal with it. But right now talking about vegetables next assize in meditation is something we should all be doing. So he became supportive, then the next. Bump that I encountered was you know, I'm teaching in the public sphere with at organic grocery I in that's a very very popular lecture. Then the local Emma society chapter wants to hear me talk in. So I'm interviewed by the clinical advisory board. And they and they're very concerned that I'm going to create false hope in. So I am band as a speaker. So now, I have to go back and meet with the chair of medicine, and the chief of staff who were very concerned that I'm a band speakers, we have to explain all of that, you know, actually, turn out to be a blessing for me because the church of medicine at the university had been meet with the head of the bus, including and reviewed for me, how to carefully document the medical record in my public spaces that when I'm doing public education its education, and I it's I'm it's not trying to diagnose treat to prevent any disease and try and help people with their wellness and to improve their cellular physiology in my clinics than I was very careful to document that this is not an FDA. Proved treatments. This is alternative approach to improving your physiology enrollments in that will monitor for whatever effects. It has on your health status. And so I actually I learned to talk a little more carefully in the microwave cured publicly that made my colleagues probably more comfortable in. Then the other thing that helped was my chief of medicine gave me the job of doing a pilot study to show could this be replicated in others. And once you've got that going, and I'm presenting that Reese that research at every year's annual research week and those results are coming in remarkably positive, then I gather more and more respect because people realize that I'm trying to do real research trying to investigate these issues. Ryan. So you had some some pushback there for a while. But now, you're doing your own research. So is there anything you wanted to add there, some more deep your what kind of researcher doing? Oh, sure. So the very first thing that we did was and fan. Fan while I to write out the protocol in a very structured way. What was the intervention that? I used in terms of the food eating plan the supplements the stress reducing plan the exercise in the eastep. So yet that protocol written up got funding for that. Of course that was not easy. But we we got the funding in ran the first ten we are show that those tended, well, then we're due the next ten to twenty folks through that remarkably positive in terms of change on fatigue, which is at practically the most disabling problem mess. Patients so big improvement on fatigue big improvement on quality of life. Half of our folks had clinically meaningful improvement in walking function. Which is remarkable was progressive phase of the onus expect a ten to twenty five percent decline every year. So that half have clinically meaningful improvement is really quite stunning. Then the next study that we did was a randomized weightless control. So people come in. I and our randomized either get instructed on just the study diet or they eat their usual diet. And then they come back and twelve weeks and repeat the fatigue. Severity scale score. I and again, we're able to show that fatigue reduces in a clinically meaningful way and that motor function both hand function and walking function improves and quality of life improves. Then the next study. We did was a look at usual care versus my ritual debt walls, diet versus a key to genyk version of the wall style, and we have again, very exciting results there. Those results have been written up and they're under review. So I can't really say more than that just that, you know, more exciting stuff, I in the national multiple sclerosis society. I think influenced. By the fact, that they monitor the social media content. To know what their constituents are talking about. And after by book came out in twenty fourteen. There is really an explosion of conversation about diet lifestyle. Exercise the walls protocol, Dr Terry walls, I in so that led the MS Assadi to realize they needed to make diet and lifestyle research and programming a much higher priority. So very exciting stuff. They put out a call for dietary intervention studies. We submitted a proposal in in fact, funded for a study. Again, it's a trade budget studied were comparing the low saturated fat swank died to the walls diet, we have will be recruiting through the month of April potentially into may. And we'll be analyzing the data finally in twenty twenty. And so the end of two thousand twenty early twenty twenty one what's what Bill to have results that will be getting presented probably at the some of the international meetings. We're very excited about that was fantastic. This'll really be the the first research out there on looking at these various diets and interventions on MS. I would assume it's the first big randomized controlled trial swank had one hundred and forty four patients he filed for fifty years. There were not randomized. You don't know what happened to the folks who dropped out? So there's the strength of his studies. They've got a big number that followed for a long time the weaknesses. We we don't know what happened to the dropouts. I am it's not randomized in. My little studies were all relatively small. So this this is a huge huge dietary study for everyone without mass and really for auto immune issues 'cause no one's doing randomized controlled dietary intervention studies in any other auto immune issues either. Exactly. Before we get into the details of the walls, protocol and the diet. Why don't we lay a little bed rock for the listeners as far as where we are with the known causes of MS? So we know there is sure there's a genetic component. There's usually some gut issues infections like Epstein Barr, virus toxins, where are we with the latest research on the triggers and the causes of NS. So if we look at the research, the epidemiology is really quite clear. Say the science would say this two hundred maybe three hundred genes we have done find the increase your risk slightly. The vast majority of these chains will increase your risk. Oh, half a percent. One percent. Maybe two percent. So the majority of folks with that Jane don't get us. There are few genes that are much more powerful and will really increase your maybe ten to twenty percent. Always there's this complicated interaction between your genetic vulnerability, and all of your environmental factors. So that we've known that for quite some time, and we're getting just getting a little bit more clear as to which genes have higher risk in which have a lower risk, then in terms of environmental factors. There's more research coming out that toxic exposures increase your risk, so solvents. Mercury heavy metals. If you've been exposed to those that increases the probability that you'll have MS. We've also known that there's a variety of infection agents infectious agents that appear to increase the probability. But again, not everyone who gets these infections, you know, develops multiple sclerosis. But in the fact that there are a wide variety of infections that can do this. Epstein Barr virus. Klebanov fella lime probably being an herpes six virus being the most common.

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"emma society" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:49 min | 2 years ago

"emma society" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hundred W R, E C and ninety two point one FM. Welcome back to coast to coast AM. Amir's to church, I guess tonight. Patrick would and and Patrick let's this our last little segment here. Let's try to get the rest of these phone calls in you ready. Let's go. Let's go. Let's start at the top. Let's go to Joe in Monterey, California. Joe you're up next thanking with the church. You know, you guys just connected all the dots that I wanted to connect. But I want to bring you down to voter though, of it scientism is really an outcropping of the charter Satan, and he's moving us towards a mind and artificial intelligence interface because technology is getting more and more like a drug addiction. Where does this go well chance humanism number one number two? Our artificial intelligence will probably merge with an extraterrestrial. Artificial intelligence. I don't know if you see that right now. But that's the direction we're going from I every simulation. This is a binary simulation, which is a ninety degrees or one eighty degrees in that's the square or opposition in astrology as opposed to what it was supposed to be a trion airy system. Neta buying every system. Yes, we are in a simulation. But it was designed that way. And now this artificial intelligence is extraterrestrial dark. Very dark stuff is. Well, it's here it's been here for eighty thousand years. Joe thank you for that. I'll I'll throw that over to Patrick really quick and Patrick. When it comes to a I and the possibility of electric universe, and certainly the possibility of an alien intelligence interfering with us here, it may be out of your wheelhouse. But do you ever comment? Well, it is it is actually out of my wheelhouse back. I will say that. Hey, I at this point. Even though it's making great inroads into all areas of society, whether it be, robotics, or medical diagnosis, etc. Is making great inroads, Emma society. Other scientists have found that hey, I today inherits all of the same biases that the craters have. And so they're seeing things like racism come through. And they you know, and the AI programs that were created by people who maybe had a racial bias. And I expect this is going to be seen even more as time goes on that the biases and the prejudices that that the creators of a I have or had matter they created it. We'll be seen speed it up by orders of magnitude by the application of AI. That's about the most frightening thought that I could put together thank you for that, Patrick, so but. A I is only what you put into a two as well. So wouldn't the biases naturally propagate? Yeah. I I could actually see that. It's going to bury in rock hill. South Carolina berry, you're up next on coast ELO. Jimmy, what's up, buddy? Jo beckley. Thank you, Barry. But have you got for Patrick your new, Al? Who was coming berry? You know? I gave you the room real quick. We've gotten to say this. Oh, I was so disappointed a minute ago. You told me wasn't years saying in the show, we gotta let that go. Yeah. I mean, I think it's rather obvious that I don't have those kind of pipes. But do you just have practice? Thank you bury. What have you got for Patrick? Okay. Well, it's just a general term, basically or your answer. What in the world? Do you both of your shade in the future five years? Ten years fifty years with technology events in the way, it is somebody someday accidentally pushed the wrong button. And we're all going to be buried. That's well, that's the ultimate question. And thank you for that Patrick is there an off switch. I wish there were you know, there's there's a lot of people in the scientific world that are stating. Now that that all of this technology, coupled with a I is potentially more dangerous than the atomic bomb was right, right? World War Two. I personally, I think there I think that possibility is there, it's it's very dangerous where where all this is headed at this point. And I still think however that the world and American particular has time left to put the brakes on this coming scientific dictatorship. It it doesn't mean it's going to be easy either. But I don't think that that we should just sit down and say, well, we're doomed, you know. Let's just forget go eat drink. It'd be marry right? I think we should take action today while we still can and part of it is people need to wake up to this. They need to understand what the heck is going on. And for the most part if they if people really. Realize what's happening? They typically take action that starts to throw up a wall of resistance. And this is what I'm hoping for in America. I hope there's still some creative people here. I don't want to go along with all this Huxley who concluded and his later book, a nineteen Fifty-eight book called brave new world revisited, by the way, much less popular book. But he said there there's drek quote. He said there seems to be no good reason. Why thoroughly scientific dictatorship should not be overthrown. And I take that. As fighting words personally. I said, oh, yeah. See about that. But this is this is where this is headed as a scientific dictatorship where where we'll literally have that medical around our neck and won't be able to move left right up down sideways, and basically all decisions will be made for us. And we will lose our ability to make a free. Well, choices on stuff, and I'm not willing to go there personally. It's amazing these bones tonight. Patrick, very impressive which says to me exactly what you're trying to refer to here. People are concerned, and they are waking up. Let's go to Brett in Brighton. Michigan. Brett, you're up next on coast. Good morning, gentlemen. Good morning. Brian. How do we played back? I called in till gene about communitarianism 'cause I'm a combat that I spend a lot of time late up pain episode. So in my forties on a YouTube come upon the subject matter early because of Ellen Sabarsky of honorable Hebrew, American Marine Corps, vet former professor at the us army work collagen Brodsky proved to the vet who have seen it that Israel did nine eleven all the proof. That's pile of his presentation Israel did nine eleven all the proof. He's done several others also. But. With respect to technocracy. I came upon. The American fella, Patrick, Brendan O'Connell and Brennan O'Connell has done some stellar investigative research into outsourcing seed in Michigan. We used to be a big time automotive state until outsourcing began in the early eighties. And in this presentation called tell Piot from January this year. Brennan O'Connell tell Pia. The top programme Israel's secret weapon, and then he did one called the Chinese communists have taken for America. And then he did one call Israel rules back in October. What this all adds up to Patrick is. The fact that is true. In this is corroborated by the times of Israel Jerusalem, Post tolerates, and others and European sources that everything has been outsourced to now Israel, but Russia Raytheon, Microsoft, Intel and have a dozen others. Have a big time. High-tech earn diesel utility outside of Moscow in some little town called Sokolov or something like that. But it Israel. It's called the tech man Technion institute, they just a year ago set up a Technion institute where communist China, military dot com. Twenty four December of two thousand thirteen a big article about Israel, providing communist, China, the latest greatest high-tech US, military technology. Well, bred before we're at the end of the show. And I appreciate all of that. Do you have a question for Patrick really quick? Okay. That's leading this. Okay. Nasa. On youtube. It's a it's a channel called true stream media through truth stream media NAFTA future war document, twenty twenty five in two thousand one Dennis Bushnell convened. A big time conference in July two thousand one brought together all the big time brains of technocracy, I technology et cetera et, Patrick and the forty seventh chromosome, I that's a program big time involved with you know, biologic trans humanism. Looks to me Patrick like entities like NASA and DARPA even even Bernardi slim. The godfather okay Brett Brett were running out of time. Patrick agree that we need to define to terminate agencies like NASA and DARPA. There you go. Okay. Finally, got to it. That's a very succinct question. Yes. It is DARPA both Starbucks and NASA are chock fall of technocrats, and people have a total technocrat mindset. They're very they are very dangerous because they're operating with taxpayer money. Right. And they basically have a free pass for anything. They want to get their hands on. So they're both very very a dangerous agencies as well. That's that's not all. But you know, those in particular are let's go to Joe in where we add here. Keene New Hampshire. Joe you're up next. Okay. It looks to me like the Trump administration forced out Google's Eric Schneiderman. And he's at war with Jeff visas and Amazon in Washington Post. So the first question is what do you think of him is he on our side? Second question is what do you think of queuing on? Okay. Patrick, do you even know who Cuban on is? Yes, I do. Okay. Well, I mean, nobody knows nobody knows and that's a whole 'nother show. So before we even we've only got a couple of minutes before the end of the show, but I won't go there. I don't I don't wanna get up. Get anybody upset with me by making any comment. I q at this point. But nobody knows if q is so that's kind kinda all I need. That's why I need to leave your sure now what about the Trump administration being on our side when it comes to technocracy, they are very favorable at this point towards the tech technocracy maim if you will. And there have been many things that that the Trump administration has dime that have played right into the hands of the technocrats that doesn't mean the Trump is a technocrat. I'm not saying that right, man. Maybe he's just unaware right now, some of the people he's appointing and what they're doing. But the beat goes on. That's all I can say the beat. Goes on. It's not interrupted because Trump has become president. Right. And I don't do politics. I don't I don't even go there. But I will do the conspiracy of politics. And that's what I enjoy. Let's see we might have ties try to squeeze in one more. Let's go to Karl in Charlotte. North Carolina Carl you're up next on coast to go last how much time do I have you got about forty five seconds. Oh, man. Thanks for the Rick Abbott. And I think it's the first time I've talked to Jimmy how you doing Patrick and thanks for playing Tucker boys from right down the road from me and Spartanburg. Absolutely. They are from sparring. Fan. Great band. They run the Capricorn label same as the Allman brothers. There you go Carl my question for I guess, my question would be for Patrick this isn't simply dinner industrial revolution. Number two where we get replaced by robots or people's whose jobs are gonna be replaced by robots better. Look for another line of work, and you right? You could do a whole 'nother show just on the bible and tying it into biblical prophecies. And wait.

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"emma society" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"emma society" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So like i said a critical number of math teachers who are women will actually change that the first one the first pilot won't disrupt the stereotype the pilots are white you need a critical mass i love the science of implicit bias where i feel like that i wish we were i wanna talk more about that mean we can't i thought we might get into it today but it's worth all of us learning about because it is liberating from from blame or self blame and it's it's kind of so it takes it out of that room but it is knowledge that is a form of power if we can acknowledge this and no it about ourselves then we start to have some kind of control over it was exactly ride the thing about implicit bias in the whole field and it's all really blowing up since with the lewis also there's a lot going on now at police forces and restoring already the city of seattle has agreed to be have off ten thousand employees trained on implicit bias and it's huge i mean just very big implicit by is one of the things about it and i'm sorta unfortunately call it bias because it's really implicit meets unconscious or not fully conscious and the reality is everyone has that that's the human human nature and what's in our implicit biases are social they're not individual so in a society where we treat blacks a certain way and we've done this we looked at eleven million words than most people use over their lifetime how frequently do use blackwood negative and it's very high it's like forty to fifty percent of the time so all the time that's what you hear that's what you see and that's what you hear in this the air that we breathe you breathe at all you know until you an adult you're going to have those associations not because you white why what happen blacks what heaven patino will have them if you have negative associations emma society about women men will have them and women will have them but they're social so we have negative associations in this society about muslims they don't have those negative associations in turkey so those associations are social so part of it means that we have to look at what those associations are where they come from and we can create some.

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"emma society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"emma society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The sale to and financial on national security grounds bbc news it's one of those mediums that touches on all your senses sounds smell your fuel to your chest welcome to in the studio from the bbc world service the series image creative think of from all over the world reveal highly were today at home with a must pirate technician fill group cheap also typically when you've lost your fireworks display its it's revolver of family and friends let's those very few times when everyone gathers to see a spectacular performance but with his the energy in the sky that you can't create with lights only you can create with sound though they because it's botha visual no so little bit of the smell a little bit of the feel in the chest another kid reproduce then oh good take the train edge of new york city for an iowa so you might end the battle long island ordinary smalltown america and lots of ways but something extraordinary is going on here so gucci how i i was over there waiting says it added to the kids if they see it coming come on over we will go into the studio that that is the area that i generally hibernate my name is filled richie i am the creative director and chief of grigson books my name is filled ruci on the creative director and ceo of fireworks by guerrucci on the fifth generation of current owner and manager of the company the head of heaven's russell sheet over there but a very fortunate i've got a beautiful wife mix you'll have taken care of when i'm over there working what a day today the voters data go out to the barge it's interesting times fulfill he's working on a special firework perfomance for new year's eve 2017 still a few weeks away at this point but tonight much closer to the home studio in which he cardiograph some of the world's most extravagant display emma society he's a more modest of adult spot a chain the peace in comparison to the grand symphony for new year's eve crew fireworks by group g a staging a local moines's perfomance from embarks on the connect caught river to mock the beginning of the festive season motor calls to creations one grand or the other modest both getting to the heart of what fill gucci love swedish term it yes.

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"emma society" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"emma society" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Think carpet is any worse than bilo orwell bang come it's a the new phrase data question for you is the old wives taillon threw that when you shave it comes back twice is that it not true all that is not where i thought number tiene will flip the wine stale i don't know where you one but i didn't think that's where your goal his lives his wives tale was that she didn't care and then all of a sudden the man grew murray shows up bookmark on his left out of this oh years my second one so i've had this long what was your yeah you're your neighborhood recreate those things went there last about my personal last about five you're here the question are your legs harry too i mean relatively yeah did you shave them i mean and a shame i like so the stops a hair dear socks going to you know when all why why not my browser think is that in indicates yeah that's why now why yes as i i kind look like eugene levy with my on your chest i'm not really well that is the one hundred and really second so i tried term it up i have a good winning twenty there's nothing you can say that is surprisingly was has come on why not wax it gave klein wax my back yeah one on one on week you know early lazar can you anybody out there find out charity what carried age are you had right now it was the man grew we're going to town the next week yourself because you can attribute you can save up a little bit limping are getting an oil chess one wax sit here on facebook live and live on the air you know that you this is well before you guys were here rick carroll frye remembers we did do a charity seeing will you re six thousand yeah for the emma society and the the legs were or wax we didn't part of it in the studio in in this is what's creepy of but you can go to you to meaning can find that video it's got like thousands in thousand race six thousand dollars to shave his legs on live elias someone watch you have a he had ask yourself that question as a matter that system i think is where are you saving lacks in your legs that's the bigger aaron season ellis for charity.

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