18 Burst results for "Emoto"

"emoto" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

07:41 min | 6 months ago

"emoto" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Back to the structured water and water that's beneficial to health, something comes to mind and that is the long-standing folklore of healing waters around the world from indigenous peoples soaking in natural Hot Springs that were purported to have healing and restorative benefits to different cold springs around the planet where waters have been reported to be incredibly healing. And again, you know, there aren't studies to prove it, but I've always found it fascinating humans have migrated and settled around certain springs, both hot and cold and actually built civilization around those springs. And it's not just because we know we need hydration. There seems to be something special about different waters that the earth produces are contains around the world. I'm curious if you've heard anything even anecdotally around people having positive outcomes with different natural waters from around the world. Yeah, I have. And I think there's something to it. So a couple of examples, one example is the Hunza people somewhere in the Asia. And it was, I forget his name, some Nobel laureate in fluid flow. Who went to examine what was going on there. And he was able to conclude that there was something in the water that kept these civilizations or that particular civilization healthy and the Huns of people are known to sire babies and age a hundred and live long productive and healthy, healthy lives. So the water seemed to have a real impact that and those studies are known and published. And then there's another one that has impressed me a friend of mine who's interested in water. Came up upon a spring in Idaho and it's southeastern Idaho. And the story of this is it's owned by Native Americans or it had been owned by Native Americans. And the story is that when a chief had to be achieved, it became ill, the chief would migrate from wherever around the country to this special spring in Idaho. And stay there and live there for a period of time and drink the water. And the water was said to have certain healing qualities. And it became really well known, and it was reserved for chiefs only, and not for the peons, so to speak. And my friend is trying now is trying to do something commercially to bring that to fruition because of the history that comes with it. And the apparent efficacy, which is now studying. So this is one example, which may turn out to be a really fruitful example. There are lots of challenges associated with actually taking the water itself and converting it into a bottling it or however producing it to making it available to the people. It's not it's not a simple thing to do. So those are a couple of examples that I've heard about. And there are others. And I try to show you, but remain independent of any particular product, because. I treasure my reputation as a scientist. I don't want to be touting the efficacy of a company's particular kind of water. You understand. Yeah, totally. I think that's why I enjoy doing what I do because I'm not beholden to scientific rigor. It's just N equals one experimentation and trying to find the best of the best out there and water is something, as I said that I've spent a lot of time researching and exploring and also sharing with people. To that end in terms of some sort of evidence as to the different qualities of water, I think you're familiar with a former recent former guest Veda Austin who photographs water as well as doctor ramo from Japan who was I'm sure as you know, pretty famous guy in the realm of water and both of them using different techniques to photograph water and actually showing pretty unequivocally I would say that our intention, consciousness, energy, call it what you will has an impact on water to the point where it appears especially in the work of Veda Austin to have an intelligence and you've talked about some early scientists purporting that water contains memory and such in the case of homeopathy, et cetera, being debunked, but now it seems that more people are becoming curious and doing some of this experimentation showing that water does in fact have a very unique properties depending on the stimuli to which it's exposed. So I wonder what your take is on the various water photography and what that might mean for us moving forward. I know Veda, Austin, pretty well. And I know the emoto people, although unfortunately, massara emoto, I had invited to our water conference several times and he was ill. And finally, invited him to my home because it was coming to the Pacific Northwest and he accepted, but unfortunately he passed a few weeks before. And so I never got to meet him in person, although we shared she had the platform on an interview. But I know all the people are pretty much all the people who worked in so called office emoto in Japan. And one starting with emoto, who was the obviously the pioneer in that sort of thing. And for your viewers, or listeners who don't know about imoto, he was a spiritualist. He wasn't a scientist. And he would put his attention he'd have a some Petri dish is filled with water. And he's put his attention intention toward the water. He'd think about peace or think about love, and then he frees the water, and he'd look at the water crystals. And he'd also subject them to feelings of, oh, I hate you or something equivalent. You fool or something like this, and they freeze and look. And the crystals, the watercress were ugly, and it also played music. And if the music was John Lennon, imagine or Mozart symphony or Bach. He's got beautiful crystals. It was heavy metal and yet ugly crystals. But there was one problem. And the problem was explained to me by his former translator, who was always on the spot to answer questions. And he told me that when emoto would present to a group inevitably, the questions would arise, how did you choose your

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"emoto" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"emoto" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Apart from the fact that you're desecrating a grave, like that's disrespectful. It's also all the energies. With the juju, it's the juju, it's the energies that are in this particular location. And a lot of the time people don't know. Like obviously there have been graves for as long as there's been humanity. And there are some certain locations where a grave will actually be put down and you won't know. Like you could have a graveyard, but it's been developed over and over and over. You've got a graveyard from the 1800s here in Australia, and it's been forgotten about, and it's been developed over the top. But all of a sudden, after heavy rain, people start experiencing these weird manifestations. It's like oral renovation or they change something, right? But rain is really important. A stick with me on this one because I found this to be particularly fascinating. So water apparently in some belief systems. And we go to the work of people like masaru emoto. If you recall him, you know, we've mentioned his work. He's wonderful and the work that he did. He believed that energy could actually influence water. And so in experiments that he did, he got a collection of water from different locations around the world. And he put different energies into them by either screaming at them or abusing them or giving love and putting good energy into these things. And then he froze the water. And he looked at the crystals to see what the way that the crystals functioned. And funnily enough, the crystalline structure of things that had love and good intentions were all very beautiful and very well done. But the anger, they were all wonky and asymmetrical and Brown and gross. Yeah, yeah, exactly. And this would be in water that would be taken from the exact same location and yet it would have all these different kind of outcomes. Well, the human body is 70% water. So if this ability to put these energies into water plays a role, that could be happening inside your body. And you don't even know it. But it's because you're picking up on radiant to lyric currents. So it's a new one. This is a new one. So get this, you have a home, write your know where you've done your job. You've made sure that you're not built over a burial ground. It's not over a symmetry. Apparently dumps as well. Like if you've got a dump or a tip, don't build need that. Don't build over the top of it, because again, all these people that didn't Marie Kondo, their clothes and threw them out. It leaves all the energy inside them, right? The residue, yeah..

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"emoto" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Other water enthusiasts and fellow scientists. So whether or not doctor emoto's work stands up to the test of time and the rigors of scientific inquiry or not, the fact remains that water is by its very nature mysterious and is in fact affected by how we treat it. Following in the footsteps of doctor remoto, the aforementioned Veda Austin is a water researcher, artist and author. And she's dedicated the past 8 years to observing and photographing the life of water. She believes and I wholeheartedly agree that water is fluid intelligence. Observing itself through every living organism on the planet and in the universe. Veda Austin's primary area of focus is photographing water in its state of creation. Through her amazing crystallographic photos, water reveals its awareness of not only creation, but thought and intention through imagery. It's just insane stuff. So her photographic water work is genuinely miraculous and prompts one to question everything we think to know about water and in fact reality itself. While it's admittedly difficult for the lay person to prove that water has or not been properly structured, there are several different methods available to achieve this. Many of which have, in fact, been validated by various studies conducted around the world across a broad spectrum of disciplines. For example, I recently discovered an incredible company called natural action, which makes several impressive restructuring devices. And I'm about to install their whole house structuring unit, which will treat the entire home's water after its filter. They also manufacture and sell under sink, shower, and even pool water structure and devices, all of which are connected to the plumbing in your home. Additionally, they have created three portable water vitality systems, which I'm currently using to structure my live water spring water after it's been stored before drinking. On their website, natural action offers a really comprehensive and fascinating guide to water terminology as follows, which will help clarify some of the topics being explored here. Quote, water revitalization is used to raise water quality, but generally involves flow forms, magnets, or other forms of passive water treatment. Because water is considered by many a quote fluid crystal enabled to store information, it is not generally understood whether this information is helpful or not and to what degree. Many things have an upside and a downside. It is each person's responsibility to consider for themselves using all available information. Revitalization is particularly observed as a bringing life force back into water and the common sense that biology can not survive without water. There is strong correlative evidence that this life force deteriorates in water due to excessive entropy caused by short cycling and over processing by pressure, heat, radiation, noise, synthetic chemicals, and so on. Many current and past teachings consider its neglect by science as a cardinal air in modern scientific practices. Natural action then goes on to offer the following distinctions, functional water, water is considered to create a positive biological response from a particular type of water and application. Structured water is an ambiguous term widely used in marketing today that implies functional water. Still, there is no current and widely accepted verification for the term and likely the term is much too vague to be utilized objectively. Hexagonal water. This term was used in the east. Originating from moose Sikh John and others NMR work with liquid water, identifying the number of ring structures between 6 and three and some pathological functions of the water and biology. It also implies functional water and water structure changes mainly referring to the electromagnetic interactions and their passive water alterations. Hexagonal water is only a portion of the total water structure as measured by the specific NMR methods. Therefore, it is not an all inclusive term to describe the water holy. Out of all of the incredible healing tools and gadgets I have around the house, there aren't many that I use every day. One brand that consistently makes it into my routine is higher dose. I usually start my day on their large infrared PMF mat. Which combines the powerful technology of infrared heat with PMF for an incredible recharging experience. PMF, if you don't know, stands for pulsed electromagnetic field, and it works by sending electromagnetic waves through your body at different frequencies to help your body's own recovery process. It's relaxing while energizing at the same time, which is incredible. So I use the smaller mat here in the studio since it fits comfortably in an office chair on the sofa, and the regular size mat for meditating or napping. You can also do yoga on the big one if you were so inclined. And I'm also a longtime infrared sauna user, but they can be both bulky and expensive. So if you don't have the budget or the room for a full size sauna, the higher dose sauna blanket is a game changer. It's portable and super easy to use and store when you're not using it. You just turn it on, put on some cotton clothing, wrap yourself up like a burrito and sweat like crazy. The sauna blankets got an amethyst layer to deepen the benefits of infrared, a tourmaline layer that generates negative ions, a charcoal layer to bind any pollutants that come out of your body and a clay layer, which is balancing for the heat. So this is really cool stuff. And you can snatch yourself, your very own infrared sauna blanket or PMF mat at higher dose dot com today, and if you use my exclusive promo code Luke 15 at checkout, you'll save 15% off. That's higher dose dot com.

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"emoto" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Quality. While I have not yet installed a filtration unit at our home, I have done some preliminary research and found the following brands to be the most promising for both point of views and point of entry, depending on the company and systems offered. That said, I'm sure I've missed a few as the market is quickly becoming saturated with many brands, all of them, of course, claiming superiority over the others. Water filtration is a highly competitive market, kind of like the sauna market. Everyone trashes all the other saunas and says there's the best while the water filtration business is very similar in that respect. As a result, it can be very difficult to achieve clarity as one sifts through the sometimes misleading marketing materials presented by the various manufacturers. So I'm going to do my best here today to weed through some of that for you. By far the most impressive home unit I've found is from a company called O four water out of Santa Barbara. And I've personally tasted this water and it is definitely the closest thing I've found to pure spring water. They offer several custom whole house systems and pool and spa filtration solutions. I've even had a few soaks in their oxygenated Cedar hot tub. And it too is the closest thing I've ever found to a natural hot spring. It is absolutely incredible. And I'm just going to set the intention right now to get one of those. I've always wanted one of their hot tubs. They are super expensive. But are just incredible. And since I live somewhere where there are not springs to go soak in, I think I'm going to find a way to hook that up. Anyway, there are systems are not cheap and therefore I'm going to warn you not accessible to many people, but this would be my first choice based on their technologies sophistication and the ability to customize the level of purification you need based on your water quality at home. And while I said we're going to cover bottled water options later while we're here, I'll just point out that O four does bottle and ship their delicious oxygenated water within the U.S. in glass bottles. And it really is very high quality water. I mean, I taste it. I can't even tell that it's filtered water. It's really good. Another promising company is green filled water founded by my friend and fellow podcaster Ben Greenfield's father Gary. And they appear to have a very thorough understanding of purification and structured water which we'll cover later. So I definitely recommend looking into that company as well. A more affordable option is the aqua sana home system. While this isn't going to provide the level of purity, I would prefer for drinking long term. It's likely good enough for general use and one of the more reasonably priced solutions available. Another whole house system and a feasible price range is spring well. So you could look into either of those. That would kind of be my hierarchy of all of the many brands available that do whole house filtration. And for those of you that want to learn even more about the history and science of water filtration, listen to episode three 13 featuring Robert Slovak, one of the foremost experts on the subjects and an early pioneer in reverse osmosis. This guy knows his water. And that episode covered everything I'm talking about here with the different types of filtration systems, why some work, some don't, et cetera. So again, that's episode three 13. We'll link it in the show notes. Okay, now let's talk about reviving purified water. As demonstrated in the fascinating work of many water scientists such as doctor masaru emoto and more recently, Veda Austin, water is a miraculous carrier of information, and I would say even consciousness itself. Both tap and filtered water are disordered or energetically disturbed through the processing and or purification. Simply purifying water is not by itself going to reorder or restructure the water back into its natural form. However, there are some companies that I mentioned before that do include water restructuring in their filter systems. Additionally, depending on the type of purification method being used, it's common for treated water to be stripped of all its vital life force and trace minerals and micronutrients. For example, distillation removes everything from the water, whether beneficial to health or not. Suppose the most practical method of purifying your drinking water is RO or another type of filtration. And that case, there are many tools and practices available to bring this water back to a more natural state. Once the water's been purified, you can apply any of the following steps to restore it to something much closer to natural water. The first being remineralizing the water, canton sea mineral solution, it's a great way to add micronutrients and minerals into dead water. The hypertonic solution is very effective. That's what I use at home with my aqua tree system. And it also really improves the taste and structure of the water incidentally. A less expensive option is to add a pinch of sea salt to your purified water. And I would avoid Himalayan salt due to its high inorganic iron content. I prefer raw untreated Icelandic or Celtic salt for this reason. Processed white salts, by the way, are washed and thus stripped of the very minerals needed to remineralize the water. Let's talk about restructuring, structured water is a complex and vast topic of study and one about which many experts disagree. The basic idea is that water moves and behaves in nature in particular ways. When water is subjected, for example, to modern right angle plumbing, EMF, and various verification methods, it loses its inherent energetic blueprint. Since natural water is more of a crystalline structure than a simple transparent liquid, it also carries with it information. So think of water as a conduit. If we take water out of its natural flow, transport it and treat it, we essentially alter its inherent quality. Water and nature is naturally ordered and becomes disordered by many environmental influences. Even my prized pristine spring water is known to lose its structure when stored without circulation for a period, as water and nature is always moving. So think about for a moment, a stagnant body of water versus a flowing, Rocky Mountain stream. It's obvious to observe the way water loses its life force and vitality when it's left to stagnate. The book hidden messages in water by doctor masaru emoto demonstrated that water does, in fact, behave differently based on its environmental influences. And using high-speed photography, doctor emoto discovered that crystals formed in frozen water revealed changes when specific concentrated thoughts are directed toward them. It's crazy stuff. He found that water from clear springs and water that has been exposed to loving words show brilliant complex and colorful snowflake patterns. In contrast, polluted water, or even water exposed to negative thoughts, forms incomplete asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. The implications of this research are insane and really create a new awareness of how we can positively impact the earth and our personal health through how we treat water. When I first read this book some 17 years ago, it completely changed my perspective on the nature of water and the impact of thoughts and intentions in general. And while some in the scientific community have since questioned the validity of his studies, I've remained a believer as have tens of thousands of.

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"emoto" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Is your hand hurt or something? You can't knock on my door or ring my doorbell. I go, sorry. I'm like, come on. So he immediately got my number and said, I'll text you next time. Yes. So I don't need it. I don't need a human or a truck. We could just do it in the neighborhood. Gavin anything else? Get overview. Yeah. Yeah, good overview. You gave Mike some homework over the weekend. He'll go back and forth about four or 5 times. I come on this show as either get Mike to spend money or do work, right? Yeah. Now it's probably gonna be both because now I'm looking at the foss cam doorbell. Yeah. And I should really get another wean. As I'm thinking about this, I'm looking at this sad dashboard that's got three squares. And it's just begging for a fourth. I just need to, I need to figure out, you know, I wanted to put one out on the shed, but it's too far away from the Wi-Fi. The changes I made for the, when I went on the 5G, that moved farther away, not closer to it. So I don't really want to put anything out there, battery operated Wi-Fi. It's just not going to be a great experience. I'm not going to get anything out there. Then the two sides of the houses in theory I could put cameras on those. But why? You know, it's one of those kind of things. You're like, I don't know if I'm not worried about it or I need it. I mean, I've just got some great. I've got the deck. I've got the driveway. Got the front door. It covers about 80% of the space that I really care about or I would really want to cover. The back deck one covers the shed now. So I can see that from there. Not great, but good enough. I did some I redid the shed and kind of fortified the doors. I'm feeling pretty good about this. Somebody not breaking into that. That's an option. I have one in the garage itself. Yeah, I was going to ask you about that. Yeah. Why? Just in case you leave the door open. One in case you leave the door open. You can verify that it's open or close to. We also have a separate entrance to our garage that is not really covered by a camera so if they ever came in through that other entrance, this would pick them up. And then as a side use every fall, we seem to get little mice that like to come in there. And try and set up home and usually my dog notifies me because he can smell it. There's bathroom grill. So when he starts scrapping at that, I'm like, all right, set out some mice traps and I can't for some reason. But the camera will also pick them up running across. And so you utilize it for that as well. Yeah. And I could use it indoor ring cam those aren't very expensive at all to do something like that. I actually use it. I'm actually still using Jim two of those Cox home life old cameras that we found. You had to go find the URL. You have to have a very specific URL to unlock the UI, the very other specific URL to you need to use URL to get these things online. 'cause they stripped the gui. But I have that in my garage. That's my most used. Does my most this a camera I look at the most? Number one hand I both use it for is the other person home because the cards can drive away. I check it every night for did I close the garage door, we have the kids, so a lot of times they're out there playing in the driveway and we can see them running in and out. All that sort of stuff. So that's probably my favorite one and that's the other good part is when it's up in the house. It's either getting really good Wi-Fi or for me, that was just a straight shot into the attic. It's right under my switch. Yeah, and I used to have one of the dealings was out in the garage. And I really like that and then I moved the Z moto out there for a while. It does emoto had the rotate. So it could you could get a 180 or whatever it was worth of worth of camera coverage. Gavin do you have inside the house? This is I could never get the sign off from the boss on inside. Do you have anything in the house and why? I have the inside of the house is mainly for security. I had it set up, so when we leave the house, it starts recording. When we're at the house, it's not recording. It's just me and the wife. But there have been times when she's like, the dog did something funny. She was like, did you catch that on camera? I'm like, so you want it recording now. Just this one. So if you ever, you know, I wanted to see that video of him grabbing all the snacks off the counter, you know? That type of thing. It's come down to that. So we do have it inside. And again, it's just motion. I also use it as a motion sensor. Sound sensors. So if glass breaks, the camera picks it up, I get notifications about what I'm not home. That type of stuff. Yeah, I don't know if to be honest. I don't know if you've gone in the last two years a moment where nobody's here. You know? We just don't we have. I mean, even tonight, we went out to dinner, so it does happen. But it just doesn't seem to be as often. Yeah, I put one inside the house one time, and it lasted about a week and then I was like, and secretly I have one in the not secretly, but not anymore. Why I haven't secretly but it's like I have one in the basement and I'm hoping one day to catch them ghosts or something like that out of every now and then I go through notifications. I'm like, did something move down there, you know? Something weird happened down there because it only starts recording when we go to bed that one will turn on. When we're in our night scene, I have that one turn on and monitor as well. Yeah. I wonder if I could we use this a lot when we were both going to work and nobody was home was the Amazon, hey, we're gone. We're leaving. And it turns on and listens then for broken glass or some of the fire alarms. We do that for bed. What do we say, madam a good night? And it signals my habitat to execute all the scenes into everything to do. Leaving the house and coming home, I have that all automated so we don't have to do anything it automatically picks all that up. And that's one little quick tip there. So I do the same thing Gavin on a lady. We have the good night commands. We say good night. And she executes all turning all the lights.

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"emoto" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"N dot ME slash Benji, gosh, they gotta make that easier to remember. But HVM N dot ME slash Benji. As you can go to try these ketone esters. Yeah, I was a little skeptical on what your website and you actually have all this research published on your website. So I'll link to that if folks want to check it out if you're skeptical and want to see some of these studies. Now, I don't know if you know the answer to this question. And it might be a little bit of a complex question, but people are listening to this and it seems like a new podcast comes out every day about the new EMF blocking device pro and the radiation frequency protection harmonizing block and the little thing that lights up that you wear around your neck or you put on your desk and you know people who come in and doing like a full walk through the home, like the biogeography of the home. How is this different? For my understanding, actually, the biogeography also works. It's EarthBound, though, and it works differently and it's with a lot more effort, frankly. But it does work. Most of the stuff out there, though, that we see does not work at all. So for example, these little stickers that you put on the back of your cell phone, we had an institute test 12 different types of these and none of those worked whatsoever. And we know that for a fact because we were actually looking into these and we're figuring, well, if those worked, and we charge them with quantum energy, they make work even better, but they didn't even work to begin with. So all that, you can totally their cash cows, though, they got pretty good margins, those little stickers. Yeah, I mean, you have margins on those stickers and they don't work, and it's working with fear. We're not at all working with fear, because I'm actually, I'm saying that there's a lot of benefits to EMF. To the positive side of it because we have a lot of benefits, now we can talk, we can use Wi-Fi. We can use our cell phones. There's a lot of benefits. It has negative effects, but also we can do something about it, but certainly not with some stickers. So if you look for something then check out really, is there real studies and testing done and ideally look into real studies. Yeah, that's what I look at because I don't deny the placebo effect. Look, if put in a polka dot on your iPhone case, makes you feel better about yourself or feel better about the way that your phone is treating you and also results and you have a lower level of salivary cortisol or higher HRV upon your own personal measurements. Great. But then also in addition to that ideally, look for studies that have been done on a larger number of people preferably double blinded and that might give you more clues about how much time or effort or money you need to be putting into a certain device. So I appreciate that you guys are doing the research. And so by the way, just so folks know I figured this would be another flash in the pan, but as I do with a lot of these shows, I test the heck out of stuff before I say, okay, there's something going on here and I invite somebody on my show to talk about it. So there is something going on here. I think it's beyond placebo. So what would happen if I put so I got this beautiful infinity block and people go to the website to see what it looks like, you know, it's about it doesn't take a lot of space. I have it up on my kitchen counter right now and like I mentioned, a great conversation starter for dinner parties. What happens if you put food into it? Will that mess it up or change the frequency? Can I ruin the block by putting something in it that shouldn't be in it? No, there's no way that you can ruin the block like that. And actually a lot of people do that. So that's one of those things to charge your food to charge your water is one of those things where you can optimize the food that you put in all the water and just for people I'm not just saying this again and we've tested this with lots of tests. And some of your listeners may know the immortal institute, emo is from Japan and he was the one that actually proved as the first scientist that you can change the energy and water and they found a mechanism on how to visualize that. So they freeze water and then they can visualize crystals to the water and you can change the energy. So they tested our product as well. And they found that the quantum block changed water to the positive faster than anything else they've tested before. And that was actually three minutes. Although granted, they did do. So I'm just gonna say this 'cause I know somebody is. They did do some triple blind follow-up studies on that and failed to show on effect. However, you know, my father was in the water industry. And I've seen some of his tests. I've seen some of doctor Gerald Pollack's research on the ability of water to be influenced by frequencies by light photons and arguably by the energy that the human body creates. So I'm not throwing a moto off to the side, but I am gonna say that there's some big question marks around the research that he did. Okay, yeah, you know, that's what we do is we don't concentrate this on one institute. So I think we have about 7 8 different Institutes testing methods and doctors offices that all look at the products and all of them in a 100% of the cases come back with positive results. And studies and then again, that is then validated again. So you indeed optimize the water with the quantum blog or the water bottle, for example, I can't speak for other people that just use the emo institute maybe for just one isolated test. I can't speak to that. I would say that that emoto's research is just kind of like something that could be added to the clues that we have about the effects that frequencies and energy can have on water. Unfortunately, the main scientific paper that was published today to demonstrate the phenomenon that he reported was it was basically a photo essay he wrote himself and published in a journal of alternative science. I would actually love to see the dude given a fair chance and have his technique of praying and positive energies over water actually studied in double blind clinical research. But I mean, I can tell you, even my own father who has the teslas of water filters. I like the best and the best, you know, he imports all this cutting edge technology in the filtration industry from Israel and pieces together these really great double carbon blocks filtration and reverse osmosis filters, but if you go to like, I don't know if I'm supposed to say this or if my dad's going to get mad at me, but I'm going to say it anyways. If you go to the very back secret room of his water filter production facility, there's like water there from lords in France surrounded by icons of saints, where the water gets preyed over and one drop of that goes into each filter that gets sent out and so and people were part of these filters. Agriculture for those would be like my cows are growing faster and my plants are growing faster and people are bathing and showering in this water and loving it. I don't want it to sound like a commercial for my dad's products, but I get it. I get that and appreciate that food and water can respond to these energetic frequencies. And I think it's cool. And again, might be a placebo, but when I pile up my sweet potatoes and salmon from last night and put them on there, you know, after I got home from Salt Lake City and had dinner with the family and very last thing before I eat, I put it on that plate for about 15 seconds. And I don't know. I think there's something different about the flavor and the way I feel afterwards and the way that I digest it. So I'm rolling with it, baby. Anyways, though, so there's we talked about the necklace, and we talked about the main thing, what I would say, correct me if I'm wrong, like your flagship device that this quantum block and then there's also basically these items of clothing, everything from dog collars to cat collars to t-shirts to hoodies to jackets. Are these just like giant Faraday cades that block harmful frequencies like EMF or is there something else going on with the clothing and the wearables? Yeah, so good question actually. So the clothing itself is for EMF blocking, but we did charge all the clothing items also.

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"emoto" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

On the Road with Mickey

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

"I don't have any either already. Mentioned my tester. Her house. And i guess all i guess i got a mentioned everything pop. Because that's where i've had breakfast at the most. It seems at least the most recently. Because i don't think we ever had like a true breakfast in any of the parks on our last trip. All of our breakfast was done at pop century. So yeah that's my honorable mention. Okay all right well. That wraps up our feature topic and that takes us to this day in disney history for november. I something special. All happened on the exact same day november. I in two thousand and nine okay. Oh my gosh. It was ages ago the anxious year of two thousand and nine and to start at all off on going down the list here in two thousand nine november. I the magic kingdom at disneyworld hosts the last not so scary halloween party of the two thousand nine season. It'll be back next year. Don't worry but this is the last one for the year. I'm probably the most busy. Meanwhile again orlando's smile ambassadors kylie post and stacey dornbos complete their orlando slash orange county convention and visitors boroughs sixty seven days of smiles journey with a parade at the magic kingdom. The new york city duo serve as grand marshals to commemorate their sixty seven days journey that began on august twenty seventh. We knew that orlando has amazing theme parks and great resort. But what really surprised us was the diversity of things to do. Stacey dornbos said so. That's interesting to me. Because i didn't realize that was a thing either but hey they were grand marshals to a parade so clearly it's important and then again in two thousand nine more than one hundred santa's mrs clauses in santa's helpers show up at the minneapolis mall of america for the special screening of disney's a christmas carol. Nice nice time for christmas everybody. Oh allow the holiday trading or my spirit falls again. So i love christmas. Isn't it obvious. And speaking of christmas trees it's time to stop the so f- i'm full of 'em today guys. That was bad guys I that one a solid five out of nine hundred five. Thank you for being generous sophie. Well i have a really good character today. Okay that a hint observation all right then. This character yearns to explore the world aerial. No ooh that was a good guess. Self i guess this character. Imagine what life would be like down below pennzoil. That's another awesome gas. Okay great wait a minute. Okay quasimodo hunchback of notre dom you got you. Very good clue would have been giveaway. I think The to become friends when she claims sanctuary. I think that would have given away but down below. Yeah very good very good character. That was awesome. So did you know quasimodo's parents were romanies. I guess that mean they're citizens of rome. I don't think so. All i know is that they were as described in the movie. They were chips. Okay oh so. They were romania from romania. Yeah okay okay. And quasimodo is about twenty years old and he has green eyes. I think i did know that it's weird though because he actually looks nothing like his parents in the movie. His parents have darker skin and black hair. Like esmerelda does must emoto has fair skin and red hair in the green is. Of course that's really the only similarity i saw between them. It's an interesting thing. And i don't know how to explain it either. Interesting you never know where your genealogy is gonna lead you. We have people like that in our family too. Yeah all of a sudden just jobs so thank you. That's a very good job sophie. A all right now. It's time for a little bit. A walt go wrong with a little bit of walt. No-one well walt. Disney said this. I think of a newborn babies mind as a blank book. During the first years of his life much will be written on the pages the quality of the writing whatever it be will affect his life profoundly. Let us multiply that single mind.

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"emoto" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Every month for charging you will get access to an e bike around the city as well. So whether you're driving will biking you'll mobility is covered. Really interesting idea hype it successful. That's going to china now. And wm motive built my stuff teasing a lyda equipped em seven sedan. This is going to be a low swampy luxury sedan. The ev startup mode. We've had re on the podcast twice now. And i gotta get him on again soon to get china's story from him house teased. The first image of its upcoming em seven sedan should be unveiled. I reckon dusty. Friday this week. The em seven is based on a concept. Ev previously shed by wm motor. I sedan that there will be making got three separate lied. Census says electric w emoto has established itself in the chinese ev market loss of e companies in china of course but not many of them can say they have their own facilities and factory and making those vehicles themselves will be a small share compared to other okay mic is neo next peng to gain ground in this growing market overseas wm motor announced july the fourth and fifth av model which soon join its current fleet of electric. Suv's up uplink to electric in the show notes if you want to read more okay. Moving on let's talk plug in charge next. Iona t narrow free plug in charge. All of their stations big network over here is equivalent. I guess you could say to electrify america and in accordance with the standard. I'll name it for the nodes. Isi one five double. One eight enables drivers vs equipped with plug in charge to simply up to a charge. A plug an walkaway is the holy grail. And it's something that i know every well. Many non tesla owners envious look across a superchargers. And go wish. It could just beat the ceesay. If you drive a.

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"emoto" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"In the end. Why did kelly pushed the bill. Was it to distract the world from his brazen consolidation of power to as his critics most often allege launder money through a network. That's harder to monitor the banking system or to try and get citizens into his chievo system where he can better surveillance and control than was it to make a backup plan. In case international lenders cut him off perhaps as his supporters say to strike i in a digital arms race modernized the country and attract investment in talent or was it simply to put el salvador and his own persona on the international map. Any mix of these reasons is possible but one thing is for sure blue. Kelly is a lot more internationally famous today. He was six months ago and is now the most recognizable leader in central america. Geopolitically there is a billion dollar. Imf loan to el salvador pending and the us and other international entities may try to pressure. Bu kelly to make concessions before the money gets cleared they prefer he stays on the washington consensus and not start a knock. Emoto consensus trend whether these concessions would be targeted with regard to his erosion of democracy or his promotion of bitcoin is not yet clear. Shortly after the bitcoin law was passed. The biden administration sanctioned eleven salvadorans close. Do kelly for corruption and on september fifth. The us state department published a press release accusing buchele of undermining democracy. Critics say that boo. Kelly will use bitcoin as a tool to fight back against us sanctions but as the economist pointed out. It is unlikely that the us will pressure boo. Kelly to strongly biden is facing an immigration crisis and instability in el salvador could increase the flows of migrants into the us causing political problems for the white house on august twenty seventh. The us government made a military gift to the salvadoran army including eight helicopters on june eighth. As the bitcoin law was being passed by the salvadoran legislature bo. Kelly joined a twitter spaces organized by the investor and entrepreneur. Nick carter and answered questions from an audience that numbered more than twenty thousand..

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"emoto" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Actually put my hands in the soil as well. Because look, I'm like, kind of a fastidious kind of I'm kind of neat. Putting my hands in the dirt was a hard thing for me, but now I do it with my kids after dinner as well. So I go into the garden and all I do is I water my plants, I check on them. Dude, you want to hear some very stuff. I talk to my plants. I do. It's good. I do, and it's more for me than you don't know them. That's a whole nother show. Talk to the water, bro, I can't even believe you. I'm gonna send you something for the book. I'm gonna look at it real quick. Hey, I'm gonna look it up. You just do it. Something amazing. I want you guys to know that what we're talking about here is like breaking edge science, like these are the things that are actually being studied in the study halls of America right now. And in the UK, the UK is actually farther along in cancer progression than we are in terms of naturopathy. But I love that you even just mentioned that because nobody knows about that stuff. You know? Absolutely. I'm all about this stuff. Okay, it's called the hidden messages in water. So big. And it's by masaru emoto. It's amazing. It's the hidden message of waters. I'll be in theory about water's deep connection to people's individuals and collective consciousness. Wow. It will blow your mind. It is so cool. It's called the hidden messages in water by massero emoto. It's I'm listening to it right now on audible. It's super great. I love it, man. And here's the thing. It was like people just need to get exposed this. Look, I'm not here to tell you that talking to your water talking to your plants is going to cure you. You're not saying that either what we're saying is, is that there's more to all of this than simply prescribed medicine, survivors believe they will survive. In the military, okay? Go to modern day military or even ancient warfare like Greece and Rome. If there was a tip that the enemy was hiding here, even if it was a false tip, the general would pursue it. He'd send some scouts. And this is what you do. You hear, I heard some guys talking about water. I'm gonna send some scouts. I'm gonna go listen to that book and just see what it does for me. Maybe you discard it and you move along. That's totally fine. That's your path. Maybe you go and you look up grounding and you look up earthing and that makes more sense to you. And you go with that. You'll know. You know what I mean? No. You have to kind of send your scouts out and see because when you turn over your sovereignty to an industry that if you die, they will forget your name in two weeks. And that's not because they're cruel. It's not because there's a conspiracy against you. It's because it's what it is. You know? And more people die of cancer than live from it. It's what we call death culture. And death culture is that when you mention cancer, the first things that come to your mind are are deaf and horrible things and not wow, this is a new chance for you to relive your life..

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"emoto" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"Obviously if he started winning races or getting on the podium could indirectly affect the rider championship but it could however make a real difference in what we were talking about earlier with valentina. Rossi the team race. Because if valentino give factory yamaha a slightly better chance of locking down that team championship. I think franken morbidelli. If he's feeling healthy we'll give them a much better chance of locking down that championship so in the end they might get some pushback from do on that because to cadiz not necessarily going to wanna willingly allow yamaha to get a much better quality rider on that second bike win on a technicality. They can either prevent it all together or force him to use the older equipment. I don't know what they would do that. But it all depends on. How much do. Kati wants to win that team championship. And it also doesn't say in the rule book if that has to be a unanimous decision or not and so if you know the answer to that definitely let me know on facebook or read it now. The other potential hang up here is that yamaha was rumored to be offering petronas to be suspect bikes for next year. Not necessarily a full factory and a b spec and in that case i would be pretty surprised if doby said yes to being handed a euro bike when we know he said no to aprilia for whatever. Their latest stuff was but yamaha could always simply change their mind on that offer. Patrolling the factory stuff for andre the video so should he want to race next year and then for this year he wouldn't necessarily have to take over the morbidelli bike for up to three races. He could be a wild card and get full factory equipment. At that point as well maybe impetus colors but he could be given any engine. They wanted him to have if he was just running. Say the last three races of the year as a wildcard as a warm up for next season and then up to that point. They do the thing where they're swapping outriders whether it be you know bender dixon or chevy vr. Hey or somebody else. Now the idea of bringing dre also two yamaha to ride on one of the sat rt bikes long-term. This would not be an impactful. Move for yamaha mean w is going to be thirty six years old next year. He's not gonna stick around for very much longer one way or the other short-term though it does solve a few major problems especially concerning s rt. It gives them a much needed injection of performance potential which they're sorely lacking this year in having a well known and popular writer on the bike is gonna make it much easier to bring in a sponsor. Maybe that's part of the deal when it comes to with you. I'm sure they would be much more excited to be working with the young rider and andrei dot. Co them may be a motoo rider. That hasn't done a whole lot. Emoto three writer. That probably shouldn't be making the jump straight to the premier class straight away so both of those things performance in sponsorship very critical right now with petronas bailing on the team as a sponsor leaving them probably pretty desperate for financial support. And let's face it. If you can't have allen tina rossi to bring in the bucks. Have an andre the video so not that bad of an alternative so because of the situation currently at us. Rt and a complete lack of viable alternatives on the outside bringing riders and talent. I think there is a real chance that this could happen. And like i said short-term not really a bad thing. I don't see the downside especially since it buys them another year where they can start playing in the two thousand twenty three scillies market where a lot more. Riders are going to be available and they'll probably be able to find some young talent to come up to the us. Rt team all right. So that's what's happening on the yamaha side of things. I know it's a lot to take in and a lot the process but just another week for the folks that yamaha. Now let's take a brief look at the other side of the equation which could end up being just as interesting. Maverick vangelis now. An official free agent could already be headed to approach. This was my thought about a second. After reading net yamaha announcement and intrigued. Goose asked the same thing on read. It is maverick headed to a right away. I think there's an even better chance of that. Then the andrea dot co soda. Yamaha thing there are already rumors that massimo revolt probably is ready to pounce on this very fortunate opportunity with plan skin maverick on an appropriate to test by the next week probably just scheduling motorcycles to be available was the big hurdle there and then after that point they're going to assess his comfort level out of that first test and come up with a plan with a very strong possibility that he'll run wild card braces between now and the end of the season and the thing is he could run every single race from aragon to the end of the season without having to be a jerk till lorenzo salvadore in the reason for that is because apparently still has concessions and that means they get six wild card appearances to use a year. Instead of three and with tentatively six races left in the season after silverstone. If in y'all as feels good enough after the test he could conceivably run the rest of the year and they wouldn't have to boot. Lorenzo salvadore out of the second bike to make that happen and as unusual of circumstances. This is weird of a situation. I mean we're talking about this. Before of rider in the middle of the season leaving the top manufacturer statistically of course to go to the bottom manufacturer. If really can make those wildcards happen. They absolutely should. It is a no brainer that they should put maverick on the bike. Like yesterday and not have a layoff between his time with omaha and his time with really. They need to have him on track. I mean we saw what happened inhaler. Enzo sat out a long time. And then try to get back on the grid and then andre david. Co so who may or may not but. He certainly is going to be rusty if he does come back this year. The last thing. That apparently or maverick for that matter want is for him to sit out. Half a season mean who knows what effect that might have on him heading into twenty twenty two plus. They get a huge advantage in terms of development and getting the bike. Ready for maverick. Next year in the word is that a probably are very close to having their new much more powerful and jim ready to roll out. The one that alex fargo said was so desperately needed to be able to match the capability of the chassis. So the timing is perfect. Get that bike in that engine. Inventory his hands right away when the pressure is off. There are no expectations here so he can fully get comfortable he can finish. That lasted doesn't matter. The important part is that he starts working on the package and getting it suited toward him so he can hit the ground running in two thousand twenty two so there will be no better plan than for them to get mab measured up for leathers and get him on the bike as quickly as they possibly can. In fact be stupid not to in fact. Andreas was convinced over on. Read it that this was all part of an evil master plan by says knowing that a had this new engine on the horizon had up the any little bit get yamaha to the point where they were okay to cut him loose so he could just make the switch and take advantage of it..

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"emoto" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"At patriots dot com slash mode weak links to all of those or on the website. So if you forgot one of them already. You weren't writing them down as i was saying very quickly. Just go to moto week dot net. You can find all of the links there all right. So let's get things started with our discussion of moto three. It's gonna kick off here just a couple of seconds all right. let's get our discussion of the austrian. Gp officially underway. And trust me. I want to skip straight to moto. Gp too but there's a lot of great stuff that happened in the class is so we'll get our conversation underway with what happened in the first race of the day. Emoto three and last week we saw a great one on one battle between the top two guys in the championship. Pedro costa's sergio garcia. But this week's moto. Three race was an absolute thriller with everything. You'd normally expect inamoto three race. We had elite pact. Not a huge lead pack. It was about five to eight bikes at any given time. But there was a pack slipstream passes on just about every straight guys going three sometimes four wide into the big corners at term one and term. Three which i met maybe a little nervous at a few points especially when guys were dive bombing deterrent three but we got all of the stuff that we were missing in the styrian. Gp in this motor three race on sunday and a classic boring fashion. It all came down to the final two corners. Now i have to say. I was a little bit frustrated in this race with the world. Lead commentary because they have. And we've talked about this before they had this really strange love fest going on with ramona phonology and so for the majority of the race. They were so focused on romano on what he was doing that they really weren't paying. I think as much attention as they should have to. How impressive denison chew looked at the front and just how hard. Sergio garcia was fighting the entire way in this one to stay with and get past pedro costume game valuable valuable championship points. And for me. Those two guys were the most impressive in this race so it's kind of unsurprising that the battle did in the end. Come down to onto and garcia in the final two corners and for sergio garcia. I mean not just a heart bought race but what a big big victory for him in this one you know after wrecking in that final run to the flag last week. Battling pedro and the second to last turn. Sergio was clearly on a mission to redeem himself in this one and he did exactly that he's started thirteenth race embattled with just about everyone in the lead pack at some point but he was locked on pedroia cost staying close to him trying to get by him in every single time he got bounced back in the running order. Garcia would strike back in the next slipstream trying to stay as close to the thirty seven as possible and that strategy worked out great as it had the beneficial side effect of putting him in perfect place to make a move in the closing laps and he just went for it. I mean you can never play it safe and moto three or you're going to get past but garcia had the right move plan at the right time. Winning by the narrowest of margins point zero two seven seconds at the line. We'll talk about the championship picture here in moment. But i'll admit that i really didn't think guardia. Had a legit shot here because of his inconsistency throughout his motor three career. But he's really putting things together right now and he had a few bumps in the road early on the season but since then five podiums in the last seven races. Three of those are wins. The rest are second place results. If he can keep that up he actually has a chance here now. I mean it's got to keep on winning. If he wants to stay with the guy like pedroia kosta but if he keeps riding the way he is right now. I could totally see him right now being in the championship picture. All the way down to valencia. Now the artery beat may not win the race buffer the nissan chew. He certainly was riding harder than anyone else. On track sunday He qualified on the pole. He was hopeful that he finally be able to get his first win and he absolutely road like he wanted it he was laid on. The brakes. impressively so intern one. He had great drive out of turn three allowing multiple times to strike back when he got passed in the slipstream and he was looking so strong in the closing laps. I wasn't really sure if anybody was going to be able to challenge him. And i'll tell you. Even though he lost out in the end it was still the youngsters best race ever emotive three and one that will definitely leave him and ktm convinced that he can race with the top riders in the sports. It was an excellent effort. Excellent race for him. Yeah i know he would rather one but this is still a really really good result for him in tech three team. I'm speaking of excellent efforts in this race. How about the other dennis. Dennis foggia mean. This entire race was dominated by the various ktm brands. But just outside of. I think it was about ten laps to go. The honda trio of darren bender. John mcfee the petronas guys along with fausia briefly latched onto the back of that lead. Pack and those three foggia was the only one that managed to stay there and then he made a daring set of moves on that final lap. Passing pedro kosta on the second to last turn to get himself in honda. A completely unexpected podium and of course for foggia continues his wildly up and down season..

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"emoto" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"Would take the opportunity offered by the extended. Summer break to look at a few of the top riders emoto to emoto three and what we might see out of these guys going forward in the second half and view of these writers. We're definitely gonna see emoji p next year. So let's start with modo to where the rebel calcium team has been the story of two thousand twenty one. They have absolutely been dominant. This season with teammates gardner row fernandez combining the wind. Six of the nine races run so far and they've taken fourteen out of a possible eighteen podiums. That's how good they've been and outside of fernandez is deep in germany. Neither writer has finished outside the top five all season long. And that's why they up to this point had been running away with both the rider in the team championships. Let's talk about their to riders. Starting with remmy gardner. Because he's been the one really leading the way in this one rising to the challenge in his first year on the auto bike. And i mean just taking off even more than i expected. I mean. I thought he would be a contender for sure but also thought it might take him a little bit of time at least to adjust to a new environment a new team but no peace immediately stepped up his game from the end of last season where he had already stepped up his game. After getting this contract with the rebel team three wins eight podiums. No dns and his worst finish all year long has been forth his average finish two point. Zero second is his average finish across the first nine races but the real difference for him in my opinion has been how he's been able to utilize his experience. Because ralph fernandez has been very very good. This year. To the gardner has been able to outduel his hard-charging team multiple times to get the top spot. In the ryder standings. Although fernandez dip returned the favor in essence have to see how things play out between those two riders in the second half and it could be a lot of fun but getting back to remmy. What we're seeing this year didn't start in low sale. It really started at the end of last season. He really got himself locked in consistency. Wise in the final six races of twenty twenty and he simply been able to continue that this season now remmy that his priorities heading into the second half of the year improve his corner speed a little bit improve his hot lap so he can match what fernandez has been able to do in terms of qualifying pace and at the same time. Not giving up a big chunk appoints even when he doesn't have his best race and of course. That's what you have to do if you want to be able to championship especially one that may be contested down to the wire and avoiding mistakes. Really think is the key for remmy gardner. Nobody's perfect so there could be stumbled but even if there is one. I still see remmy gardner continuing to be the class of the field and moto two and the rider to be in this championship battle. Of course the guy's going to have to fight with down. The stretch definitely is going to be his team mate enroll fernandez who is absolutely the breakout moto to star in twenty twenty one. We knew he was talented. And if you go back and check out the preseason shows i thought that running alongside garner was gonna help push raul fernandez along. He was kind of a dark horse. Pick for me. But i didn't know he was going to be this good this quick. Emoto to three wins six podiums and an average finish of two point five in the first half. He did have one the nf in germany. He's qualified. Well he's run well and he already looks like a motive to veteran even though he's run one tenth of the moto two races. That remmy gardner has a helix poised. He looks calm on the bike and he is already looking like a rider. That's ready to make the move to motor. Gp even though we're not one hundred percent sure if that's what's gonna happen next year. Not although if i had to bet. I would think it's probably going to happen. I'm in his constant. Battles with gardner are his biggest ally right now. Even the ones that he loses are helping him. Those fights are only making him a better rider as evidenced by the fact that he was able to take the fight back to garner an asset after losing out to him three straight races before that and that kind of resilience is going to serve him. Well not only in the second half where. I don't see any reason why he won't continue to battle for the front but a loss. Oh either help him. Set the stage for a title run next year or for the move to motogp. Gp so the more he battles with remmy gardner the better. It's going to make him and actually the better. It's going to make both of those writers down the stretch. Now they are the top two guys far and away emoto too but let's talk about some of the other. Riders that are further back in the championship battle with marco bezek who is another favourite coming into the season and another writer. That's almost certainly moving up to motogp next year. But he's having a very unusual 2021 emoto to he has been bad four podiums an average finish of three point seven seven and know the. Nfc this year so when you look at the numbers that doesn't look bad at all right. It looks good but the average finish is kind of the story of a season. Just a little bit off the pace and unlike last year where he had a couple of victories and he was in the mix for a few more so far this season. He hasn't been in the hunt with that. Ktm duo at all and while he doesn't have a finish lower than sixth off. Season the closest that marco has gotten to the rebel riders at the front is one point seven seconds and most of the races. He was a lot further off the pace than that. So he's really got a step up his game in the second half of the season if he wants even a shot at getting back into the title race and he has to figure out how to win which is no small task. When you're going up against gardner than fernandez honestly his best plan right now should be just preparing for motor. Gp logging as many laps as possible. Not making mistakes no. Dns trying to get into battles with gardner in fernandez when he can because getting fender defender with the best in the sport is going to have the same effect that we were just talking about for fernandez and really for gardner you know getting into those battles is going to be the best way to prepare him for taking that next step. So they're definitely more podiums in the second half pizatti. He just needs to find a way to win as well. I'm in then for sam. Lowes well. He started off the season looking so good winning the first two races of the year announcing himself as an early title contender which we all thought he would but since those first two races. What's been a much much different story. Only one podium in the last seven rounds along with three d. n. and as quickly as he put himself into title contention in lasalle he seems to have taken himself out of contention just as fast looking a lot more like the writer he was in two thousand nineteen. Then the sam lows of twenty twenty now the good news for sam is that he still has half a season left. And if last year was any indication. That's the part of the year where he's really going to start to come into his own if he can avoid the mistakes then he absolutely has a chance for multiple podiums amicable wins from here on out. Will that be enough to catch gardner fernandez on not terribly confident about that. It's gonna take a huge effort and a lot of help from those top two riders. But i do think he'll have a better second half for sure. I'm gonna to more riders. A motive to i wanna talk about first degen antonio. He's definitely headed to moto. Gp next year with a great deal to ride one of the dukakis that they'll be fielding and he says he's ready for that switch to the premier class. But i think he's got a little bit more work to do this year emoto to before he starts thinking of the big leagues now. He is the only non rebel rider other than sam. Lowes to win a race. This season taking victory peres but outside of that things have been very up and down. He's one other podium but also to finishes of tenth or lower three dns and an average finish of six point one not necessarily.

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"emoto" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

The gamingfixx1's Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

"Believe it or not especially in japan. call kazoo the horror. Roleplaying game has taken over dungeons and dragons popularity in japan. And there's an article that talks about this dice. Breaker board games for everyone and they specifically site that in horror. Rpm art r. p. g. that it's way bigger than than d. japan Now in is that through from calcium specifically or is that just Rpg's i believe that's all through rpg's at this particular point in time because if i'm not mistaken has already rpg had sold over two hundred thousand copies in japan according to cod Dow dewa which i believe would see here with a click lean. It is a japanese fan site for call cou. I'm not sure if it's a if it's official or if his Because all letters are in japanese. So it's hard to although the larry of furniture in shopping but it looks like it's like a wicky for Call of kasulu for tabletop specifically and Back to the art but getting back to the article The latest editions which is of course seventh edition of the game was released in december two thousand nineteen and in actually included a complete over all of the rule book and the role playing editor. Meet mass sock emoto Who took worked on it since its origin release in japan told by spreaker that the sixth and seventh additions so more than three hundred thousand copies combine which included sixty thousand copies of the latest edition. So this is a very popular game according to Dice spreaker here. The games production. Which is a deuce by studio light. Most of a call lewis players in japan are women who are aged between seventeen and thirty five Which by comparison for wizards of the coast which revealed later last year. That most incident dragon slayers are thirty within forty percent age range to be being about twenty four twenty four. Excuse me h twenty four or younger Around the fifth age around thirty to thirty four and the majority of the players are are more than three fifths. identified as mel Which thirty nine percent a as female in the players who identified as non binary or other comprised of at least one percent of the giants so With with this game being so popular it makes me want to export a little bit more makes me want to actually play it..

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"emoto" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"A lot of them are specifically reaching out to atheists saying we. We are doing this sermon for you to bring you into the fold. So it's like all right. Well i'm your target audience. I will go to your church. And yeah i sold my soul on ebay is basically what i learned going to all these churches and whether any of them were convincing and and while i'm atheist that's not really a spoiler on some of the things they do to try to draw you in is i can see why it's compelling so many people and until you see that and you witness it firsthand which at least speaking for myself. I had not experienced it firsthand. You can see how tough it could be to leave any of those places to. We've got some more callers here today. Richard california wants to talk about how water has a collective conscious how this should be fun. Well welcome richard. How are you are you done. I pretty good. I'm not aware that water has anything that could be conscious at all. Let alone a collective conscious. So so how do we get to their doctor. Emoto was a physicist from japan and he wrote a book about it. So i okay i i have a gun. I have a pamphlet here with all kinds of pseudoscience batch should crazy stuff that people have written all the time What i asked was out are we. How do how do we get to demonstrate this. Not how did how did you hear about it. Doctor ain't motto is was given to me At the society in awe doesn't answer the question out as a whole website full of this type of stuff. It doesn't mean any of it's true. I mean you can have people with degrees saying crazy things. It doesn't mean they're right. I'm only gonna ask this one more time. How do we demonstrate that water has consciousness okay. So water molecules look like snowflakes underneath the microscope and they're all types of different patterns of snowflakes and so his experiment was he put a word next glass of water. Put in like a turkey baster. Pull out a sample water. Look underneath the microscope. After about five minutes. And if the positive where the snowflake was radiating in in magnified reaching more light and if you put a negative word next to the water he put the turkey base and pull it out took looking to mexico and the water molecules will be fractured. What what. I'm so curious. What journal this was published in. The water was responding to the words Who you're talking about. Dr mode right. Dr anne multo. Yes e- emoto. Oh i thought you were talking about massaro. The moto dr manteo. He's dead now so okay well. It'd be really cool to get him on on the air and have a conversation with them but it would be really cool. Except that. I've heard this story before about water. Molecules and putting up words next to them when they freeze and they form certain crystals My understanding is that this has been debunked as pseudoscience have. Have there been any peer reviewed studies that confirmed this at all the word. You just used the word pseudoscience. Yes chiropractic medicine falls underneath that. I agree that i agree. That a good chunk of chiropractic medicine falls underneath pseudoscience and it should not be called medicine and it should not be used for any treatment. I agree thank you anything else right. you know. the rakia is absolute bullshit. So is reflects allergy and a number of things. All of these things you're referencing are just as bullshit as water with consciousness. Okay so you're you're calling it bullshit but you don't know that as bullshit. Oh yes i see. Yeah i i know that. It has absolutely continually failed to demonstrate. Any sort of efficacy. Now that doesn't mean that it's not true. But when i say it's bullshit people keep that it's real and no one has been able to demonstrate that it can actually do what they say they can do. I'm going that's true for homeopathy ricky et cetera. I want to go to my question where this guy publishes a book. Anyone can publish a book. I say this as someone who has published a book where was this is his conscious water. Consciousness paper published. Yea who is looking at it who is giving it a stamp of approval here real relevant book with any crap inside. There's entire businesses built on frapp but science. Where's the peer review here. And if it hurts you or nonfiction fiction or nonfiction is what is what fixing a nonfiction if you okay. There's there's a thing where your audio is ducking. So if you try to talk. While i'm talking i'm not going to hear a thing. You say what are you asking me whether or not it's fiction or nonfiction is lord of the rings fiction or nonfiction. I took kef speaker so that takes away the echo good. You should never had me on speaker. I should hang up on you just for having me on fucking speaker. Lord of the rings fiction. What does that have to do with anything. I guess it doesn't have any. We'll just move onto another call all right mark in california. Thank you so much for waiting. You're on with him at a. You guys how you doing. Thanks for having me. It says here that you believe everybody is going to hell. Who's not saved. That's exactly right but that's just what the screener wanted me to come up with a topic. And that's the first thing that came to my mind. I'll talk about anything you guys want to talk about. It's your show. i. I'm curious about that so i i'd like to know. I guess the first question is well. You say everybody's going to hell who's not saved. Wha what what must one do to be.

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"emoto" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"emoto" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Kids aches chizuko. Mets emoto was born with severely limited vision in his left eye and he had vision problems. But the right so he's you know functionally blind centrally and he was sent league onto the prefectural school for the blind at age six. Okay yeah and from there he graduated. Nineteen seventy five failed the entrance exams for medical school and law school. So what's name really kinda gory. You don't really wanna vision impaired doctor. I'm sorry maybe they exist but much of visual information that the doctor needs this is true..

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"emoto" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"emoto" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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To Save the Planet, Drive a Tiny Car

Business Wars Daily

04:07 min | 4 years ago

To Save the Planet, Drive a Tiny Car

"Business wars daily is brought to you by papal when it comes to growing your business. You need a partner you can trust for today and tomorrow and pay pal processes over ten million payments per day. That's experience you can rely on. Visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. From wondering, I'm David Brown. This is business wars daily on this Wednesday November fourteenth. Now, here's a novel way to save the planet reduce emissions by convincing. People to drive teeny tiny cars, a whole bunch of auto and scooter companies are developing the strange little vehicles, which have roofs and doors, but not necessarily much else drivers can park the electric vehicles. Most of which have only three wheels practically anywhere that's a boon in congested cities, like Manhattan and Paris. Oh, and they're cute too. And depending on the maker a whole lot cheaper than normal four door cars from a design standpoint. Well, the vehicles are refreshing futuristic and unique you can tell how much fun. The engineers are having imagining something totally new Toyota has its three wheeled, I rode and Renault's already sold about twenty thousand. Twinsies. A four wheeled card. That's nevertheless, miniscule, but three Wheeler startup. Standout Arkham Oto and helium Motors part motorcycle parked car. They may have either more than you need or less than you want. That is unlike a motorcycle the arc Emoto has two seats and a roof, but unlike a traditional car, it has no airbags no Cup holders. And no doors. Ilia Motors p five vehicle is a little more buttoned up. I mean, it has doors and several airbags both will go up to about eighty miles per hour. Ito's vehicle which costs about half of the arc Emoto and looks a bit. Like speed racer's cartoon car already has a waiting list of sixty five thousand customers. The company says ellios delayed the release several times. However and observers worry that the company might run out of money before the p five can get off the ground for decades, advertisers, have sold automobiles to us by positioning them as sexy powerful stand-ins for our dynamic exciting lives. What are they going to do with? This new three wheeled species. We can only begin to imagine. From wondering this is business wars daily. If you like our show share it with your friends, send an Email retweets. Whatever you do tell them to subscribe, and thanks. I'm David Brown. We'll see you tomorrow. Business wars daily is brought to you by pay pal. Once an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help. Give her customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth. To sign up for free today.

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