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"european association" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Since been resolved Governor Abbott issued a disaster declaration for the area The storms are forecast to keep marching east with the worst weather today expected in Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama Over a half a $1 million will go to help Ukrainian zoos impacted by Russia's invasion the European association of zoos and Aquarius say they've already transferred cash from the over 600,000 raised for zoos in need The group says the funding will allow zoos to meet the cost of local resupply while banking facilities are still available In ex assistance of former president Trump appeared virtually before the January 6th committee yesterday Nick Luna was granted a postponement in December for his deposition to continue engaging with the committee Luna was allegedly in the Oval Office the morning of the riots when Trump was on the phone with vice president Pence And the Colorado funeral home is laying to rest the state's first legally composted human remains This comes less than a year after Colorado first legalized the process as a more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional burial or cremation The person laid to rest was reported to also be the first in the state to use the process known as natural reduction converting human bodies into soil The forecasts from the WG and Chicago weather center after 70s and sun rain is on the way likely reaching the city of about four to 6 a.m. today we'll have on and off range will be windy a high of 56 occasional rain Wednesday with possible thunderstorms 5 65 and Thursday late showers high of 52 and things will dry up Friday It is 50° right now I'm James Sears on Chicago's very own 7 20 WGN Remember how totally two Wheeler TV was Yes Dump those VHS tapes and relive the glory days all day every day on rewind TV All the characters you crushed on Yeah this is Alex P Keaton Those outfits you had to have Totally outrageous.
"european association" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"FM talk in the triangle and there's talk 94 5 w P T I in the triad. Alright, you know one of the things that I find refreshing, so I attempt to practice it in all aspects of what I do. Is being able to admit when, um you're wrong or, at the very least, you've been educated in the other direction. I have said on the show multiple times that, um if you're on the Internet or on Craig's list, and you're there to get a hit, man, that's not a hit man. That's the FBI. Or the police. Okay and 99.9999% of the time I would be correct. But, um, not in this instance apparently So there is a twist on this story. So, um, there was a story that, uh, from last week where residents of a neighborhood in Where is this Humboldt, California. Humboldt County. We're very, very sad because there had been a peacock living in the neighborhood. And, you know, obviously peacocks or Fun to look at, but they are obnoxiously loud and they can be get a little angry with you as well. But somehow Peacock had made its way in the neighborhood. And so the residents would take pictures and they named it. Uh, Mr P. Was, I think the peacocks name and and somebody shot Mr P. They were very sad. All right. So this is where the story gets crazy. According to authorities. Um there was a posting on Craigslist. On June 13th just two weeks before Mr P was gunned down. On the streets of Humboldt County. Where somebody was soliciting a peacock assassin. Right. So the somebody was looking for a peacock assassin. Because apparently the peacock was, uh Very, very annoying to somebody and There would be awakened by the calls of the peacock and it was they just they were sick of it. They would put up with today more, but they also didn't want to do the dirty work themselves. And the The ad said. Quote. Please contact me so we can form a strategy to eliminate the bird and agree on compensation. So now police don't know somebody then reached out to that individual and then took the hit job. And then whacked the peacock. But somebody killed the peacock. And so now police are attempting to trace through who posted it. Um, I guess, um, the same post. Showed up by Craigslist was also put on a local board called Lost Coast Outpost. And at that time the people run that board identify the person who posted the ad. Who refused to answer questions and also demanded to know if that's even a crime to solicit a peacock assassin. And police haven't arrested anyone yet. So I don't know. Maybe it is. Maybe it isn't But somebody whacked the peacocking for once. A hiring of a hit man on the Internet may in fact, have not been the FBI tricking you. So on in that instance, I guess I stand corrected. All right, 8889347874. The phone number for the show. And, uh, a study to share with you. Maybe a little of that toxic masculinity isn't so bad after all, That's the lead line on this story. Men with the symptomatic Covid 19, who were found to have low testosterone following admits to hospital to the hospital were more likely to become severely ill and die. According to new research. That's right man was symptomatic Covid 19, who have low testosterone are more likely to die. Of Covid 19. Which explains why I've had to watch a year and a half of these whiny, uh, theater kid Tiktok videos and these pajamas Boy, I want to run your life little mini dictators. I think, subconsciously, maybe they realized that the disease was more dangerous to them. I'm saying they have low testosterone just in case you're not following exactly how that's going there so Um, the study carried out in Milan during the first wave of coronavirus back in 2020 that the lower the level of testosterone, the higher the likelihood that male patients would need intensive care. He intimated on event in later and remain in the hospital over a longer period. And the likelihood of dying increased sixfold. The findings presented to the European Association of Urology, Yada, yada yada, You know it's funny yesterday because I tweeted a link to the story out. Right, and I actually had I put the you know, the actual study is in the story leaks to it. So is there is no deviation. There's no editorial. There's no nothing and I tweeted it out and I put it on the Facebook and it got almost no interaction. Um and I am positively 100% convinced that it's because of the nature of what it was. And that that's you know, if you ever ask. You ever wonder how shadow banning and stuff like that works. It's not necessarily just about an individual that there's many instances where Um Just from the top. That point keywords in it. It's not going to get out there. And I think that might be one of those instances. Oh, and speaking of stats promised this number, so let's get into it. 51% of Americans. So most of us 51% believe UFOs reported by military personnel are likely evidence of intelligent alien life. There's a new Pew research poll. So, um Why? Why does this matter? Um well matters for, I guess a number of reasons, but Most of all of it. Prioritizes what? What is quote unquote, a conspiracy theory. You know, and what is okay to openly suggest or do research about? The new poll survey 10,000 adults, uh, this happened actually in June ahead of the release of the UFO report, but people knew it was coming. About 65% of respondents, so they think there is intelligent alien life on planets other than Earth. About? 87% said. UFOs aren't a security threat to the US at all. Or only represent a minor one. Now this is the thing I don't get. 87% of people feel that if there is, in fact some somebody cruising around the technology that we can't even fathom. Right? We We have no understanding of 87% of you out there think that's not a problem. Or is a potential at least for to be a pretty big problem. Because I don't. I don't know if you pay attention to how complex it is just to do things like go into low Earth orbit or go to the moon. Um or Cindy Rover two bars. Uh, you're you're implying that somebody has a craft. They can do the canoe ver in ways that we can't even fathom. And it has a fuel source that is beyond our understanding. And That doesn't show any potential, problematic anything. Okay. All right. Well, I'm gonna be in that 13%. Who says you know what? Maybe I don't think we should shoot first ask questions later, but I feel like maybe we're just going to want to. I don't know. Pay attention to that, uh, pretty significantly. Because, um, uh, no. Where the pole 12% of American adults had heard or read a lot about UFOs in reporting before its release. I don't believe that either. Up 3000 movies out there..
"european association" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hey, if I am 6 40 And welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you. We'll take calls with Michael Cremo next hour. Michael. The Kali Yoga, which is Hindu, says that the last stages of the world that's basically what it means. And I'm hearing things of 2025. What are you hearing with that? Right? So, according to the color you go. We're living in a time of increasing social and environmental disturbance. And yeah, that predictions of what was gonna happen in the color you Gah. Were written down about 5000 years ago in a book called The Sri Mod Bagua Tom It's sometimes called the Bug about Parana. It's a constant, logical text from ancient India and, according to it, time goes in cycles. Cycles of four seasons or four, you goes and we're in the final one. Now it's called the color you Gah, and it's predicted there 5000 years ago that this would be a time when it would be great social disturbances. Governments would be exploiting their people that people would be overwhelmed. Right. These things the climate would become that the people would gradually become victims of More and more virulent diseases. Their social dealings would become very poor, that there would be lots of conflict and hypocrisy and end the at all kinds of things like that happening and to see what's been unfolding over the past few years. It's pretty clear to me that the age of Kali is Going is proceeding as it was predicted It would proceed, but There's some esoteric knowledge from the same kinds of text that tells us that this current period that we're in right now, although it lips terrible of the outside that there's the chance. For those who are enlightened the little bit of light to shelter themselves of others and elevate their consciousness. So That opportunity to make advancement like that to get some shelter from the influence of the age of Kali or the Kali yoga. Is going to be possible for the next few 1000 years about 10,000 years altogether. And then after that, you wouldn't want to be around. Do you get much resistance from mainstream science to some of your theories? Yes, I do. Uh And I kind of expected I call my topic. Forbidden archaeology for a reason. If you don't get forbid that we want to the while, you kind of wonder if you're doing the right thing. So, uh, But on the other hand, there are some scientists, too. Have expressed some appreciation for what I'm doing. And they accepted my proposals to present papers at their professional scientific conferences, meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists, the World Archaeological Congress, Actually, I was Planning,.
"european association" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Paleontologists discovered a new species of dinosaur in Brazil the small lightly built theropod named a reticence museum Nali roam the earth during the Cretaceous period one, hundred, four, million years ago. The findings published in the Journal scientific reports indicate the fossils belong to juvenile with an estimated body length around three point one two maters as just over ten feet and a body mass of around thirty four point, two, five kilograms. Then you dinosaur belongs to a group known secure. So as a lodge group of dinosaurs which are more closely related to birds connoisseurs. And Studies found a link between erectile dysfunction and watching porn the findings presented to the European Association of Urology Congress showed that the more porn people watched the greater the level of erectile dysfunction. Your this found that watching porn was associated with a greater level of dissatisfaction with so-called normal sex with only sixty five percent of respondents rating six with their partner as being more stimulating than porn the studies based on the survey of three, thousand, two hundred. and. Sixty seven males focusing on their sexual activity in health of the previous four weeks researches found respondents on average watched about seventy minutes of pornography awake usually in sessions lasting between five and fifteen minutes at a time, they also found that around twenty three percent of men under thirty five who responded to the survey had some level of erectile dysfunction when having sex with a partner and those who watch more porn also.
"european association" Discussed on STEM-Talk
"Only gave results for two men of those two men one had already been castrated which today we understand represents a special case where the prostate is you know essentially starving for any kind of testosterone or androgen and in the end the whole ball of wax about how testosterone is dangerous for for prostate. Cancer comes down to this one original paper which itself was based on a single patient. Who is still hormonally intact? Who received stone for only fourteen days? And that Kerr for the acid phosphates in that man goes up and down. So erratically did it is unintelligible. And that was the story of testosterone prostate cancer in seventy years later were stuck with a premature conclusion based on basically one anecdotal story that I think could not only could be interpreted differently should be interpreted different amazing thing and when I did that I then went through every like he was I opening like. Oh my God this is what it's based on this huggins work around testosterone causing prostate cancer. And what I did in that. Two thousand six article wrote where I wrote about. The historical miss was split wrote about that. But also I pulled up all the older literature and all the stories that created what I call the lore of testosterone in prostate cancer. So for example I was taught in training that men who were Unix never got prostate cancer low testosterone prevents prostate cancer. And so I went to find the source of the and the source from you know asking around and residency was. Oh Yeah. They did the study where they went. And they found these surviving UNIX in China and they look for prostate cancer. None of them had well. I found that paper to from the nineteen sixties. And what they had was. I don't remember how many guys they had something. Like twelve or fifteen of these older men and back in China. They used to have something. On the Order of ten to twenty thousand of these UNIX living at a time and they just had from whatever Pruitt ever period it was and You know they took care of the noblemen and the the royal families and and nobody checked them out for prostate cancer. It turned out they did have prostate exams. And some of them they felt the prostate in other words. The prostates were small but they didn't have. Psa's they didn't undergo any kind of imaging. Nobody had a biopsy that paper had nothing to do with finding prostate cancer. And yet the information kind of fit this narrative that we just worked for everybody and in India and just one more piece of a story that turned out to be. I don't want to say not true. But it didn't say what it was purported to say it it just looked circumstantially like it added to the story and the story was wrong. You followed up this paper with one that appeared in the European Association of Urology. It was titled the Saturation Model in the limits of androgen dependent growth. Can you explain how this situation model fundamentally changed the way you think about the relationship between testosterone and the prostate? Sure so you know gone out of everything I've I've told you and and Thank you kindly for your your your patients in hearing these stories it's funny. How Science Advances Right? It's often not from these randomized control trials. They have their place. But sometimes it's just somebody just trying to follow through where things started from so what was clear to me. Was that the data and we had a lot of it. The data that higher to stops Joan is related to prostate cancer. Appear to not be true. Giving two men who have big prostates have higher testosterone than men with smaller prostates. There was all this stuff. And they were animal experiments the same way that it it appeared that for a large range of testosterone concentration scale. If you will that prostate didn't really seem to care at all and yet there's another observation which has really been propelling the whole thing. Which is that. We know that if we can straight men or reduce their testosterone dramatically. Psa's will come down and the PSA's can go from very high numbers down to undetectable. That part's real. So there's a paradox. There lowering testosterone shrinks the prostate and lower. Psa there's no doubt every doctor who seen a man with prostate cancer knows that has seen it over and over again. If you're a urologist and yet raising testosterone didn't seem to do anything and so would occur to me just from some little Pieces of evidence. Some of it from the nineteen fifties and sixties was. It appeared that if you gave tiptoes down to a man who hadn't yet had his testosterone lowered. The cancer didn't seem to change in what had said to me was that there was a maximum amount of stimulation that could That androgen testosterone like substances could provide to the prostate or prostate cancer. And once you reach that maximum. It didn't seem to matter if you added in more and if you withdrew it and you deprived it absolutely you know something happens. You're depriving it of it and so the term saturation comes really from its biological term. But there's a practical version of two if you just had a little scale and you put a sponge on it. That's sponge has a certain weight. If you add some water the sponge will hold onto. The weight will go up yet. A little bit more water way to go up at a little bit. More weight will go up at some point. The sponge can't hold any more water. At which point we say it is saturated and you can pour water onto it but you've reached the maximum weight it's done and it turned out you know. Huggins worked in a time. When we didn't understand how many hormones worked most of them work primarily through binding to receptors so for tips dostram binds to what's called the androgen receptor and it turns out there's a limited number of copies of the androgen receptor per prostate cell. And once you reach the maximum for that you can add in all the testosterone. You want that mechanism can't do anything anymore. It's maxed out. And that's what the saturation model is. And so we propose that in. I did it early in two thousand six with my myth paper but then again together with a brilliant biochemists a colleague Abdul Trish we really provided in two thousand nine article data from animal models from in vitro systems and also from human studies all the data that really supported it and to this day. Ten years later I don't know of a single example in in biology or medicine between regarding staw strong and prostate whatever prostate PSA prostate volume. It doesn't fit into that. It's it's clear that's what happens. There's a maximum amount the you can stimulate it and when you deprive it by all means things get smaller and you don't get the angiogenesis stimulation and that's the saturation. On the importance of the saturation model is is that. It provides a new theoretical framework for understanding the relationship between testosterone and the prostate malignant or benign and then became the basis for which men now or doctors now can provide testosterone safely to men who have previously been treated with prostate cancer. Because if these guys are walking around with a low wish but still some level of testosterone the amount of testosterone stimulation of those cancer cells if there are any is going to be extremely limited and that's allowed an and now many urologists around the country around the world will now offer testosterone to some men with prostate cancer. Especially those who appear to be cured. A The work that you're doing today that really excites you has to do with men who are coming to see you about metastatic prostate cancer and standard treatment for these guys who spent a lower their testosterone as much as possible which actually becomes a form of chemical castration. And I hear that it was a phone call from a ninety four year old gentleman. That guy you interested into looking into men with metastatic prostate cancer. Is that right amazing? An amazing story so this is a several years ago. Now this guy calls me from out of state. He's a scientist. He's got like a hundred patents and despite his age he seemed very sharp on the phone and he got on the phone with his daughter who's a nurse practitioner and they had read a lot of my research and he soon come see you. I want you to put me onto Austrian and he had metastatic prostate cancer. I didn't have a lot of the details yet and he said if I come see you will you treat me no guarantee but I'm happy to talk. I'm happy to talk to you about it and we'll see but you know I can't do much over the phone so he was supposed to seem. You made an appointment seeming like a week or two later and then that got canceled and he came several weeks after that and it turned out that the reason it got. Can't the appointment got cancelled was because his cancer had grown to obstruct the yours carry the urine from the kidney down to the bladder and he needed tubes to divert the urine. There called the frosty tubes. And so when he came to see me and so he was hospitalized for that and he got out. He still made his trip to Boston to see me and when I came to see him he was ninety four. He was pretty looked pretty good. He walked to the cane but he got on and off the exam. Table by himself and brain sharp is daughter. The nearest practitioner was with them and he had this tweety kind of Jack and he had one of the urine bags from his right side in the right pocket of his jacket and he had the banker. The left side in the pocket under left jacket left side of his jacket and We sat down in the in the in my consultation room. I said so. Tell me what. What are you interested into Austrian for and he said well. I used to exercise every day and it made me feel good and now I'm too tired. I don't do it at all and I used to send emails and correspond with my colleagues all around the world and I'm don't do anymore. I'm just too tired. This guy had cancer that had spread to his bones. He had the highest. Psa of anyone. I've ever met at that time. Which was over five hundred? He had blocked kidneys on both sides from obstruction from his cancer. He was in bad shape. He'd lost lottery and He was really what we call. Sort of pre terminal. You know like he wasn't about to die today or tomorrow but you know it wasn't going to be long for him and I said to me I'm not so sure about treating. You have never treated anybody like you. I've treated men with low grade cancers that were just watching. We call that active surveillance. I've treated men. After they've had surgery for their prostate cancer and they seem OK. I've treated men after radiation for their cancer. But they seem okay you have prostate cancer that spread throughout your body and my fear of giving you testosterone is that your cancer.
"european association" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fascinating show for you tonight for the first couple hours Michael cream with us also known as the forbidden archaeologist is hailed as a ground breaking research pioneer and international authority on archaeological anomalies is landmark bestseller forbidden archeology first published back in nineteen ninety three already translated into at least twenty six languages challenge the very foundation of the Darwinian evolution and Michael continues to debate Dick up all kinds of discoveries in the fossil record and shake up the accepted paradigms Michael welcome back how are you Sir good to be back with you of all your listeners on coast to coast I'm looking forward to this you have been a busy busy busy haven't you yeah and I'm going to be busy the next couple couple weeks the on on Friday I'm leaving for a trip to India and I'll be there a few weeks going to be doing some research over the past year or so of them too a lot of different scientific conferences spoken to many types of people all over the world what is new in the world the forbidden archeology Michael well well one thing is the I I went to last September to a meeting of the European association of archaeologists yeah that was held and burned Switzerland and yeah that that's a really interesting city Albert Einstein live there where the he was writing some of his papers about his very influential papers about relativity the yellow he pulls MC square all of that some of his most famous physics papers were written when he lived burned and I kind of went to his there is his house the Einstein house where which is the capital of of Switzerland so it's really interesting to visit that place because Einstein like many of the physicists problem physicist of the twentieth century studies some of the ancient Sanskrit writings of in the for example Einstein had read the Bhagavad Gita which is one of the primary and the spiritual tax and he wrote in his book the world the size see it when I when I read the Bhagavad Gita and reflect about how god created this universe everything else seems so superfluous so I really appreciate that kind of vision from of physicists like Einstein with his theory of relativity that spans so intellectual and and the world but I I had a chance when I was at the meeting of the European association of archaeologists to take part in the session that was organized by the president of the European association of archaeologists believe they Criado blog though says archaeologist from Spain he's the president of that society was kind of interesting I I've gone there just to kind of listen but he called on every everyone who has participated who had come to speak so I I got a chance to speak about her bizarre he ology to a very prominent group of archeologists who were gathered at that that that meeting so the Russes really interesting opportunity Michael for new listeners you contend that human kind our civilization is much much older than science is saying how old are yeah you're absolutely right about that George as far as I'm concerned human civilization goes right back to the very beginnings of the history of life on earth because I I think this earth has a purpose the universe has a purpose is not just some cosmetic acts of the some random fluctuation of the quantum mechanical vacuum are something like that so I think it has a purpose of purposes is to develop consciousness to evolve conscious those two it's ultimate state of awareness and I think we're all part of that we've been part of it since the very beginning it's sort of like yeah if if we if side to side send up a space station yeah they put the space station up there for a purpose is this for some astronauts do their work yeah it's not that they just stand up the space station other than somehow hope that the chemicals and the space station will one day evolve into simple living creatures that will later and somehow or other evolve into astronaut they make the you the the space station because they have astronauts they're going to put them there so I think our universe is like that it's not a cosmic accident this put here for a purpose the purposes for us to develop our conscious those develop our awareness to its highest state appreciate were all beings of pure consciousness ultimately and I think that and for that purpose the human form of life has always been available since the very beginning of the universe and without that you're mentioning the views of modern science according to modern science well they they do think we live in an accidental universe that our human bodies of the results of is purely materialistic process of random genetic mutation of and I can't believe governed by natural selection and somehow or other yeah it kind of just the slope and cockroaches ruling the earth but but not as our human form they take well it came into existence fairly recently within the past two or three hundred thousand years and but when I look at all the archaeological evidence there are many discoveries that archaeologists have made of human bones human artifacts human food prep going back millions and millions and millions of years right back to the very beginnings of the history of life on earth Michael tell us the story consists one is so fascinating I think it's and forbidden archeology of the metal spheres that were found way underground and they could have been millions of years old well actually billions no matter not that is that is one of the really extreme allowable leaves you could say you know for for me yeah anomalous is older than the current theories allow the current fear you say humans like us first came into existence about three hundred thousand years ago so if you have any evidence for human presence that goes back for the balance of obelus but some of the evidence that has the this document to use really extreme as the case that you just mentioned those of missed I I call the metallic spheres because given these round objects or about one or two inches and diameter they are found in mineral deposits and online and South Africa is the western tribes fall reach perfectly round right some of the yes the some of these objects are not perfectly round the other other shades but I find it's the ones that are perfectly spherical in shape that are really interesting most interesting feature on them as far as I'm concerned is the parallel groups that go around the waiters of these objects those people said okay maybe these objects they are in these mineral deposits which are two point eight billion one oh two billion eight hundred million years old some some people have suggested okay well maybe there are some of these round spherical objects that form would naturally somehow or other in these layers of rock and then somebody may have taken one of them is that yeah in fairly recent times of car some groups are out of but yeah I went to South Africa once and I met the chief mining engineer from the company that runs this line is there also Stalin and within the law in this western Transvaal region and I met him and John this Burgundy had a a block of mineral from this line a block of solid stone from this by with some of these spherical objects and that is through the rocks southern protruding half way out of the rock and I could see the group's songs going around the exposed portion of these one of these objects back into the solid rock so it's obviously very the groups were of the objects where they were and that is and the smell of the process now somebody could give me a a very convincing explanation on how those things with the parallel Bruce freer for parallel grooves crawling around the waiters of these options the forms naturally well the you have to say okay maybe that that's a possibility.
"european association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Else seems so superfluous so I really appreciate that kind of vision from of physicists like Einstein with his theory of relativity that span so went through and chill and and the world but I I had a chance when I was at the meeting of the European association of archaeologists to take part in the session that was organized by the president of the European association of archaeologists believe they Criado Blondeau says archaeologists from Spain he's the president of that society was kind of interesting I I've gone there just to kind of listen but he called on every everyone who has participated who has come to speak so I I got a chance to speak about her bizarre he ology to a very prominent group of archeologists who were gathered at that that that meeting so the rules are really interesting opportunity Michael for new listeners you contend that human kind our civilization is much much older than sciences saying how old yeah you're absolutely right about that George as far as I'm concerned human civilization goes right back to the very beginnings of the history of life on earth because I I think this earth has a purpose the universe has a purpose is not just some cosmetic accidents random fluctuation of the quantum mechanical vacuum more something like that so I think it has a purpose of purposes is to develop consciousness to evolve colleges those two it's ultimate state of awareness and I think we're all part of that we've been part of it since the very beginning it's sort of like yeah if if we if scientists on earth send up a space station yeah they put the space station up there for a purpose is this for some astronauts do their work yeah it's not that they just stand up the space station other than somehow holds that the chemicals in the space station will one day evolve into simple living creatures that will later somehow or other evolve into astronaut they make the you can serve the space station because they have astronauts they're going to put them there so I think our universe is like that it's not a cosmic accident this but here for a purpose the purposes for us to develop our conscious those develop our awareness.
"european association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Fascinating show for you tonight for the first couple hours Michael cream with us also known as the forbidden archaeologist is hailed as a ground breaking research pioneer and international authority on archaeological anomalies his landmark bestseller forbidden archeology first published back in nineteen ninety three already translated into at least twenty six languages challenge the very foundation of the Darwinian evolution and Michael continues to date but Dick up all kinds of discoveries in the fossil record and shake up the accepted paradigms Michael welcome back how are you Sir good to be back with you of all your listeners on coast to coast I'm looking forward to this you have been a busy busy busy haven't you yeah its the that I'm going to be busy the next couple couple weeks the on on Friday I'm leaving for a trip to in the and I'll be there a few weeks going to be doing some research over the past year or so I've been to a lot of different scientific conferences spoken to many types of people all over the world what is new in the world the forbidden archeology Michael well well one thing it does yeah hi I went to last September to a meeting of the European association of archaeologists yeah that was held where slid so as yeah that that's a really interesting city Albert Einstein I live there where the he was writing some of his papers about his very influential papers about relativity yeah he wills MC square all of that some of his most famous physics papers were read what he lived burned and I kind of went to his there is his house the I inside the house Baron which is the capital of of Switzerland so it's really interesting to visit that place because I inside like many of the this is this problem of physicists of the twentieth century studies some of the ancient Sanskrit writings of in the for example Einstein had read the blog about jeeps which is one of the primary and the spiritual tax and he wrote it as a book the world the size see it what it what I read the Bhagavad Gita that reflect about how god created this universe everything else seems so superfluous.
"european association" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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"A tumultous night indeed for established parties across Europe. The big center, right? And center left blocks in the European parliament of lost their combined majority, that was increased in support though, for other centuries parties, the greens and also nationalists the center, right? European People's Party does remain the largest bloc. It's expected to form a pro e u coalition as with a Europe-wide vote like this, though. Very different results, depending on the country, on the regional concerns, we're gonna be spending the next few minutes, discussing all of this to do so I'm joined by Andrew Walker. The BBC's economics correspondent Andrew, first of all, just impractical terms quickey remind us, what does the makeup of this new moment effect in general terms? I mean wh what are its decision making powers, the great majority of European Union legislation has to be approved by the European parliament? So he does have a really important role. Well, if you can't get new legislation through the parliament, it simply doesn't happen. It doesn't have the patch initiate, the legislation that live of the European Commission. There's also an absolutely critical role for the for the council, which is where the Member States governments made by the European parliament does essentially have a veto on most of it. And it includes incidentally, international trade agreements beyond that there's also a role for the European parliament in the selection of the new head of the European Commission, an indictment commission decided which is going to be decided later this year. Again, the European parliament can veto, the selection that will be put to them by the European Council, the heads of state. Okay. Well, we did touch on this in the headlines, it was a successful night for some anti your relatively anti EU parties in parts of Europe. Anyway, is the reaction of Italy's deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini. He's leader of the right-wing league party in Italy. The league the tea party in Italy, marine Le Pen is the top party in France and Nigel. Farraj is Brexit party is the top party in the UK. So in Italy, France, and the UK is a sign that Europe is changing. Andrew. He's celebrating. But arguably wasn't the populist anti u waves at some had been full cost. That's ROY tend to some extent that's reflected in financial market reactions, we've had a moderately positive start to trading in European stock markets, the euro by some measures has strengthened a little bit. So, yes, the while they clearly have been some significant gains made by some of the populist, right parties. It's by no means the universal pattern a month that is quite quite striking about these results. Is that where the traditional if you like center? Right. And center, left social democrat policies have between them in previous parliaments have always been able to come onto majority while at is no longer the case. There still is a pro e u if you like integrationist kind of majority when you bring in the liberal group who have made significant gains those three groups between them still can come on a Matsch. In the end the new parliament now that does, of course, the fact that you've got three rather than two groups to have to well together to get common positions to get any agreements through. Does make it potentially that the more cumbersome that bit more difficult to actually make significant to make significant decisions? But when you add, then, and as well, the greens, who are broadly, pro who all very much pro e you, then you still have a pro European Union majority, a significant and very vocal anti EU voice certainly from the from the populist groups, but they are by no means guide to be calling the show. Okay. That's the review any Renison joins us on the line now from the UK institute of directors at the established parties suffering at the hands of the smaller parties in the U K, both pro and anti Brexit Brexit process. It's still hangs over the union lodge. I guess, what's your takeaway from Britain's results? And I think that's one of the main differences, even though it need. Hear about sedan anti EU parties topping the poll in other European countries. That's more about the kind of Europe or what the kind of policies wanna see out of Europe more control over what's going on? Whereas in the UK this is predominantly us, it of Brexit, lens type approach the election. And I certainly think that it confirmed that no deal and be higher up on the agenda because it's very likely that quite a few of the conservative leadership candidates. I'm or going to use it to say that this is why they need to push a harder line on the deal and be willing to go out with no deal. So it's more of a question of when not necessarily the point that you have a leader, who said it said that they're going to alternate deal. So that's going to be the main point her with business is looking at this. Yeah. The no deals, not here that is leave Britain leaving the e u without any kind of agreement with the European Union on October, the thirty first, which is the current. Sheds date four for Brexit. That would be, of course, the nightmare scenario for British businesses, a UK reaction now from Adam Marshall, he's director, general, the UK chambers of commerce. He said that the vote did show the polarization of opinion in Britain companies, don't want to see a messy and disorderly exit the vast majority of them want to see a negotiated outcome from the EU. But of course, all of this instability, that we're seeing at the moment has a real world impact to you've got lots of businesses who are holding back on investments holding back on recruitment and taking decisions to press the pause button when the economy needs is really for them to be able to push forward. That's why the numbers that were saying right now on business investment are really the worst we've seen since two thousand nine anti Renison again. I mean, British business, of course, has been theoretically preparing for a no deal Brexit, for, for ages, but has it and given the ship confusion. I mean, we actually have more pro. Oh remain parties doing better. Overall didn't we in these results something like forty percent win to pro remain parties, and thirty four percent went to anti ru pro Brexit parties. And then the, the established, by the respite, but this is going to be confusing for any business thinking what's going to happen in three or four months from that? Concerned that, you know, you get some of the large corporates who were following every twist and turn. But I think that it leads to more visit potentially really innocent in the in the light of set of total uncertainty about what happens next abjectly over the next. We have at six week at least leadership contention for who's gonna come and ex prime minister, and then the European parliament and the European Commission doesn't really get going again until the summer really September. So you wonder at what point do you, Katie? We're actually going to start negotiating again and you're left thinking, we'll actually how do I prepare and how do I sort of keep on top of every twist and turn? So I think there's a concern that actually no deal could happen. Not so much by accident to catch a lot of people by surprise, because it very much little bit. It'd be happening over the next month to two months. I'm joined as well by by Ben butters. He's director of the future of Europe Group in Brussels. I been I just can you hear me can? I mean, I'm just my point is really with European wide response to this on the part of business. What we have got his fragmentation right in the new EU parliament that looks pretty much certain. Where does that leave the business agenda? What has it is? It's the, spins the conclusion that the single market has let down members of the business meeting people across Europe at large is that is that a conclusion we can now draw from this outcome. No, I don't think nuts. A conclusion that we could draw from it and kind of just clarify them from Eurochambres, which is the European association of chambers of commerce. So in the single market is a very big issue for us. And there are frustrations with the way it's progressed during the last term members of the European parliament of sometimes very proudly shouted about that successes in terms of political agreements on the single market, but translating those into tangible deliverables for businesses has sometimes been lacking, but I don't think that the results necessarily mean that we moving further away from that. And if the centrist pro European parties can form an effective coalition and effective alliance than than there is scope for for progress in Upton ISM. Can they suppose that is the question we have? The we have the outcomes that centuries parties have done relatively well, along with the greens. I mean, even if those major blocks, haven't prevailed that overall they will be a pro e u block in the center that's going to be calling the shots in the parliament, where does this leave that great agenda, by Emmanuel Macron, the French president talking about a more integrated Europe in the future. Well, I think his his agenda lost a bit of momentum over the last few months during the discussions on the future of Europe. So my sense is the people on not looking for any grand gestures or significant changes integration has always been. A step by step process with the European Union, and I think it will carry on in that way. So we're not expecting a silver bullet, but nonetheless, if I can find a coalition around these pro European groups, I really do believe that, that could be some, some progress and fundamentally if they talk to businessmen and women to make sure that what they're agreeing on politically translates into into progress full for our entrepreneurs Andrew walk. You've been traveling Europe. Haven't you what do you think about that, that question with the future generation of travel? There is certainly a lot of skepticism among the European population about that future general direction of travel on one this question of deeper, economic integration is worth just emphasizing an area of this. There is a very important area of unfinished business that in the aftermath of the year resign financial crises, one of the lessons that was drawn from that was the temp monetary integration. Does. Not sit comfortably with a lack of integrational banking and own fiscal policy. Government finances. Now, the European Union has made significant steps by way of banking union. Although there is one very important area where they have not gone very far, and that's having an integrated system of, of Bank deposits insurance for when, when, when banks collapsed, the other area, fiscal policy, president macro does has made some suggestions about greater integration. They're both these areas. They do come up against significant political resistance in, particularly Germany, but also Netherlands, Finland countries that fair that any of these kind of things would put that taxpayers on the hook for the as they would sit the irresponsibility of, of less prudent governments in banking systems across the ear. And that's an important area of unfinished business, and it was difficult under the previous parliament is going to be any easier under this one Allie, Renison I suppose another beneficiary. He has been the greens hasn't it? And those that liberal bloc, who, who appro to some extent, tighter, environmental standards..
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"He's in Cologne. Germany, Alex, the Persian lion hasn't been in Persia for about seventy years. Why did it disappear from Iran wearing lawns or disappear conflict with people? So have being hunted out poisoned all win extended you human causes. So the blind date and Tehran is set up for comrades on the Persian line. That's coming from England and a female Persian line from Ireland. How did this come about approach? By the Canarian of Iran zoo of actually quite a few years ago since the lion is a national emblem. And there was a great desire to bring back a real as yet declined the country is the goal of this plan to bring these lions back to be in a zoo in Tehran, or is it to reintroduce them to the wild of Iran. It is really from our side to send this line back to the zoo of Tehran. It's not meant to go back to the wild. Iran is a densely settled country with a most of the the lodge areas, populated and Benny accent. You species would require a very lengthy process of a massive of preparations. How successful has been in the past when you have kind of the the blind date in terms of mating. Does it typically work out when a male lion meets female line? You know, there's never a guarantee depends a lot also individual characteristics some animals, which are essentially put it in human. Kim's full in love and some other ones who don't get along. Normally reading lines is not so difficult once they like each other. But these lines have never met before. So we don't know is there any political overlay to this. I mean is it a kind of big cat diplomacy between Iran and western Europe. Actually, personally, trying to stay out of this AK Lee because the have been a low of conflict over the nuclear program sanctions back and forth, which definitely slowed down the process of transferred. Alexander sleep is with a European association of zoos aquaria. Thanks a lot. Alex pleasure. Just ahead. A juicy hamburger hold the meat. This is the world. I'm Carol hills. This is the world the whopper from Burger King is an icon of American culture. But there's a new oppor these days it's gotten a complete overhaul..
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I mean approves that they work. So here's the hospital day Powrie, Hoppy two-day Powrie. It's in Paris, France. Current medical research. Two thousand three hundred and Seventy-six Parisians with high cholesterol. Their average age was fifty six. They put them on stairwells and their total cholesterol dropped by eleven percent. They're good cholesterol increased by eight percent and their bad cholesterol fell by fifteen percent. I have a lot of studies like that. I have a lot of studies like lifetime. So here's a review it's in a British journal of nutrition. It's division of human nutrition wedging engine university over in the Netherlands, and they're looking at one hundred and twenty four studies on stat steamrolls on stairwells not starting stairwells. That tells you there's an awful lot of human clinical trials looking at one hundred and twenty four studies on plant sterols. Did they work? Yes. Absolutely one capsule three times a day, gradually, reduced LDL bad cholesterol concentrations on average by twelve percent. So some people might have been ten percent other people it might have been fifteen percents, but it worked it absolutely works. So here's the a meta analysis looking at a portfolio diet, a meta analysis a portfolio diet. Contains four things that have been absolutely proven to lower cholesterol. Four things that lower cholesterol journal progress and cardiovascular diseases, it's a team. That set out to update the European association for the study of diabetes the clinical practice guidelines for the medical doctors sort of portfolio diet is a plant based diet that emphasizes four clinically validated cholesterol, lowering foods every day. Okay. If you have these foods everyday. It's clinically proven validated. It's absolutely proven to lower your cholesterol. Forty two grams of tree nuts or peanuts. Now. Forty two grams is announcing a half an ounce and a half of tree nuts cashews. Walnuts. Pecans? Fifty grams of protein from. Lagoons or pulses so fifty grams of protein from like chick peas or beans or lentils. Twenty grams of fiber should I be oats barley, silly, apples oranges, berries and two grams of plant sterols. So this is the portfolio diet to lower your cholesterol and lower your blood pressure, and it's validated and many human clinical trials. This is what they preach in Europe before going to a twelve astatine and similar stone. Not. Looms or pulses? Cyber fiber and plant sterols. There's no doubt about it. So who believe in plant sterols who believe plant sterols? I I went into a whole bunch of websites to see who believed in plant sterols. I went into the American Heart Association website. The American Medical Association website, the Harvard Medical school's website, the Yale medical school website. The mayo clinic website the Cleveland Clinic website. UCLA NYU Cornell Columbia University, they all agree. Plant sterols work showed us, the American pharmaceutical society. So does the American nursing association? They all agreed the American the American Heart Association. The American Medical Association. All agree. A better diet exercise and stairwells works as well as statins to lower your cholesterol, and it should be tried first. That's not what's happening. So here is Robert in Ramsey New Jersey, he was having pain from LIPA, torso. He had lowered the dosage and both. He and the doctor were afraid that his cholesterol would jump back up. So what he did with his doctor's knowledge. He added the stairwells to a lower dose of Lipitor LIPA at Tova stuck. I lowered my dose of Lipitor from twenty milligrams to ten milligrams because of the side effects stairwells kept my LDL cholesterol below seventy am I total cholesterol below one hundred forty my HDL's at eighty my triglycerides are fifty my doctor, and I are very happy. His mirror in New York City. And nine months, you're stairwells lowered my LDL cholesterol from one hundred ninety five to one hundred twenty nine. Now, I do not need to take statin drugs. Here's a Florence dare. Jerry. I've been taking your stairwells your cardio h action your fficials for six months. My total cholesterol dropped significantly my bad cholesterol went from one hundred and forty seven to one hundred seventeen and my good cholesterol went up ten points. That's beautiful. I'm telling you this stuff works. Okay. We have to go to a break are steroids, Ron special very safe way to lower your bad cholesterol. It absolutely works and over the course of three to six months, it gets better and better and better and better you can use them alone. Or you can use them. What you're starting drudge or you could use them. What you've I tore doesn't matter. The stairwells one capsule would have similar about five to ten minutes before each meal..