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What Is an Abscessed Tooth?
"Recent studies have also linked oral infections to other serious medical conditions like diabetes heart disease and stroke. So what exactly is obsessed to and how can you avoid getting one. An abscess is a type of infection. That's identifiable by inflamed tissue surrounding a localized collection of yellowish white. Fluid called pus. Which is made up of white blood cells tissue and micro-organisms. A tooth abscess is most commonly caused by severe tooth decay or cavities other culprits are ginger vitus gum disease and damage to the teeth. Like brakes and chips. An abscess starts when openings. In the to the normal allow bacteria to travel to an infect the pulpy center of the tooth in severe cases the infection can affect the jawbone as well as the soft tissue in the mount a left untreated infection from an abscessed tooth can even spread to other parts of the body and cause abscesses in the brain heart infections. Pneumonia and other complications. The main hallmark of an abscessed tooth is a painfully throbbing or stabbing to toothache it will sometimes be accompanied by a bitter taste in the mouth. Bad breath swollen glands swelling in the mouth and fever paradoxically as the infection spreads and worsens. It may kill the nerve root of the tooth and the toothache may go away or subside. So if you have had a bad toothache even if it does subside. You should still see a dentist. Treatment of abscessed. Teeth involves draining the infection. A dentists usually also prescribe a course of antibiotics to fight any lingering infection
"ginger" Discussed on Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!
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Here's What Inspired the Ever-Popular Ball Pit
"You know what inspired eric mcmillan to come up with specifically the bullpen day. A pit full of ball. Now you said he's like a blitz reference. I'm a big. That's what made him. But it was a container of pickled onions. He was looking at it going. Wow what it'd be like to crawl through this and then thought imagine diving into a bath of onions visionary so it would be amazing if the prototype. Both filled with forty thousand ton and onion pits. I'd be kind of into that.
Peloton Reveals the Dark Side of Connected Fitness
"Say you bought a treadmill. Maybe during the pandemic when ginger closed. And you got a fancy one that connects to the internet then a few months later. You can't run on that treadmill because the company that makes it says you now need to pay for a membership to keep using your machine but you're thinking. Hey i bought this treadmill well when you buy any product that's connected to the internet. You don't necessarily have full control. Companies that make these products phones home security cameras smart speakers they can access these products and if they want change how they work that's happening to some peleton users right now and they are not happy about it. Here to explain is recode sarah morrison. Hey sarah he had so what's going on with peleton so a few months ago peleton acknowledged that child was pulled under one of their tread plus treadmills and killed and then last month there were reports of injuries that came out so the ended up recalling the treadmill so they stopped selling it let people return. There is for a full refund. Now we find out if you don't return your device you will have to pay for thirty nine dollars monthly membership or else. You can't use it at all. Most people presumably got the membership. Because that gives you pretty much full access to the machine like all the classes on the screen the app various metrics. But you could use a just run function and not have to pay for it at all. That is no longer available giving everybody three months free and then after that you're on the hook for thirty nine with a membership for forty three hundred dollar machine and this was the best solution peleton could think up the treadmills already. Come with a safety key that has to be inserted to use the treadmill. And you know people can remove it stored in a safe place and they're actually urged to do that so it's not. There wasn't a way to prevent unauthorized use or ready but peleton wants to add another mandatory safety feature with something called tread lock and that would take the human element of forgetting to remove the safety of the equation. You know it's there no matter what and they say the only way to put tread lock on all the machines is if you have a membership
What Is Skin Needling and Does My Face Need It?
"But what is needling will. I decided to ask marie coach. Alani australian importer for the leading skin needling tool dermot pen. And i got her to explain rather than my explanation which is a bunch of tiny tiny needles in union which encourages your natural healing responses by producing more collagen which basically just gives you a freshest and glossiest baby skin but let's let her explain because she is far more eloquent. Hello my name. Is marie in a culture laney. I am the founder and creator of to sell on professional skincare brand of cosmetics and ginger me since march twenty sixteen i've been the distributor for opin world more specifically the pin which is the world's number one and most recognized skin neethling devices. I am a beauty therapist with over thirty five years experience and it is without a doubt that skin needling otherwise known as micro needling and just more commonly referred to as the pin is one of my favorites in anti-ageing treatments. Why you ask well. Skin needling is a procedure that involves very fine needles that puncture the skin to cause a perceived trauma because the natal's moving out of the skin so fast and the just the right with and they enter at the right dibs. They penetration is enough to trigger. What we call an inflammatory response so in very simple terms. The skin thinks it's been hurt and it sits off cascade of responses that ultimately triggered various sell simulations things like collagen synthesis. So if you're looking to build out lines ring wrinkles falls to volume is the skin then the needles trigger the fiberglass to go back to work reduction of skin redness pigmentation not just short term but long term were sawn minimization of pours. I love this one here because when the skin pores are refined. The canvas looked so much more. Flawless is and so much more smooth works on tightening and filming of the skin. Eight is fabulous on scars. Stretch marks and even used to stimulate haygarth but one of the more innovative ways that we've been using the dome opinion is treating acne and so fabulous on taint acne menopausal acne congested skins those skins looking for decongesting and clarity and detoxifying
"ginger" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?
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Immune Boosting, Is It a Bust?
"Can you boost your immune system. Yeah what pitting facts against fighting off infections and this idea that we can pop a pill to boost our immune system. It started exploding during the early days of the pandemic. Tim caufield professor of public health at the university of alberta canada was watching as old took off. It was in the air. You know this idea of immune boosting it was just part of the gestalt own remain so and is the pandemic got worse and worse s s idea grew and grew and it felt like products to boost the immune system was suddenly everywhere. Especially as we've seen all over social media. And tim wanted to know what exactly was the stuff that was getting touted all over the internet so he did what any self respecting academic would do and he started scrolling instagram. And i really did i. I went through hundreds and hundreds of post day for work at the lab for you is getting a coffee and scrolling instagram. And you know. I wish i could say it was it was fancier but that's what i did team and he's tame systematically trolled instagram looking for the trending posts labeled with the hashtag immune booster and there was a lot of the stuff that you'd expect so called superfoods vitamins herbs. Were in the mix too i i saw supplements remain a vitamin d to Zinc and obviously vitamin c. Ginger elderberry echinacea saw a lot of smoothies a lot of smoothies out there and of course all they came with a healthy dose of that influence holier vibe. Tim talked about it without producer. Rose ramllah let me see like the instagram post. The mother of all immune boost instagram posts voted like it would definitely be someone sitting on the beach. Our in the forest they would be in a yoga pose foreshore. They would have a smoothie by the their side asset limits in one hand and magical berries in the other
Stroman Wins 2nd in Row, Leads Mets Over Padres 6-2
"Marcus Stroman slapped an RBI double and pitched into the seventh inning as the match down the Padres six to Dominic Smith had a solo shot and ginger can't added a two run blast for New York which gained a split of the four game series and won for the eighth time in eleven games Stroman gave up an unearned run and four hits while striking out seven over six and two thirds his run scoring double put the Mets ahead for one football pretty well the McCann was incredible back there I thought the defense played amazing so we have time to getting I just thought it was a complete team effort all around and that's pretty awesome to see I feel like we we have a good thing going here it's just a matter of keeping it rolling and keeping that confidence every single day Chris paddock drop to one in four in his last seven starts giving up three runs and six hits in six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
"ginger" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger
"Have had a heart attack or died after taking the drug finally today ground. Ginger and ginger. Tea are put to the test for blood. Sugar control in a case report of the successful management of tiktok's desire the lifestyle intervention a forty five year old fellow took responsibility for health into his own hands and sought to defeat his diseasing. Get off the drugs by eating foods purported to be anti-diabetic but how strong is the evidence for let's say. Ginger diabetes is reaching pandemic levels and require safe affordable effective therapies so what about the potential of ginger and the prevention and treatment. Oh in a petri dish increasing exposure to ginger compounds improves blood. Sugar uptake of muscle cells. Almost as much as the popular diabetes drug metformin and in rats. Ginger might work better than metformin but wait and blood. Sugar reduction observed in rodent models does not necessarily translate to humans in this study. A combination of nutraceutical is caused mice to lose thirty percent of their body weight in one month but in people no benefit compared to placebo. You don't know if something works in humans until you put it to the test. Have you feed. People refined flour white bread with a couple of water. This is what happens to blood sugars over the next two hours but drink some unsweetened green tea with that white bread instead. And there's less of a blood sugar spike same with cinnamon tea and same with ginger tea. Made by mixing a tablespoon of grated fresh ginger and a cup of hot water. Okay but these were healthy normal subjects. What about the effects of ginger in diabetics diabetic randomized to take a teaspoon of ground. Ginger day for two months hidden in pill form so they can compare with identical looking sugar pill. Placebos and ginger supplementation decreased levels of insulin was a good thing and lowered triglycerides. How their cholesterol but without a significant effect on bludger now mccart disease the leading killer of diabetic so a thirteen percent drop. Ldl bad cholesterol would be reason enough to shell out the nikola day would cost. Add much ginger to your diet. But we've been nice to see an improvement in blood sugar control. I mean there was that in insulin levels which suggests improved insulin sensitivity and either was a significant drop in insulin resistance so maybe they just didn't give ginger long enough time to work though. That was two months. How about three months even less ginger. Just one point six grams less than a teaspoon a day but for twelve weeks and maybe ginger can reduce blood sugars after all and decrease inflammation cutting c reactive protein levels in half. Okay what about going back to eight weeks but this time using a higher dose three grams a day or about one half teaspoons and Significant decrease in fasting blood sugars and long-term blood sugar control in the ginger group thereby showing the effect of ginger in controlling diabetes. The placebo group continued to get worse. The ginger group got better similarly amazing randomized double blind pacific control results for a teaspoon a day for twelve weeks and for a teaspoon and a half all better in the ginger group all worse in the non ginger group all significantly different just because of a little safe simple side effect free spice put all the stays together and they clearly demonstrate that can lower blood sugar levels and improved long-term blood sugar control and at a totally manageable dose. I mean you can just dump a teaspoon of ginger powder and a cup of water just drink it down so overall adding a little spice to our live me serve as a delicious and sensible way to maintain a healthy body. We would love if you could share with us your stories about reinventing your health through evidence-based nutrition go to nutrition facts dot org slash testimonials. We may shared on her social media to help inspire others to see any graphs charts. Graphics images are studies mentioned. Here please go to the nutrition facts. Podcast landing page and there. You'll find all the detailed information. You need plus links to all the sources we site for each of these topics for a vital timely text on the pathogens that cause pandemics you can order the e book audiobook or hard copy of my book how to survive a pandemic for recipes. Check out my new. How not to diet cookbook. It's beautifully designed with more than one hundred recipes for delicious and nutritious meals and all proceeds are received from all my books go to charity nutrition. Facts dot org nonprofit science based public service. But you can sign up for free. Daily updates and elitist in nutrition research via bite-size videos and articles. Everything on the website is free. There's no ads no corporate sponsorship strictly non-commercial not selling anything just put up the public service as a labor of love as a tribute to my grandmother whose own life was saved with evidence based nutrition..
India's Farmer Protests: Why Are They So Angry?
"Next on a protest movement movement in India. in India. It has drawn the It interest has drawn of pop the interest stars of pop and stars climate and activists climate activists and sent people and sent into the people streets into for the streets a cause. for a cause. What's fascinating What's fascinating about the cause about they're the cause fighting for, they're fighting for, is how is unfasten how unfasten ating ating it initially it seems, initially seems, farmers are protesting farmers are protesting over new rules over new for rules wholesale for wholesale markets. markets. One of those rules One matter of those rules so much. matter so much. The answer reveals The answer something reveals about something a giant about nation, a giant its nation, past its past and its possible and its future. possible future. NPR's Lauren NPR's Lauren Frayer begins at one of the markets in western India. Yeah, I like all day. So this is a wholesale market and sort of a dusty lot between looks like warehouses here. Yes, Yes. This is far. Good skunk. Oh, yeah, Wholesale agent, but this is all regulated by the government. Yes, they're appointed by the government. They're being market fees can vote How is showing me around his local wholesale market, one of thousands run by the government where Indian farmers sell their crops in auction. Takes bids for eggplants trucks disgorge bales of collie flower wave through waist high piles of green beans. These markets were set up in the 19 sixties in India's Green revolution. When the government started subsidizing pesticides and irrigation. It helped boost yields and made India self sufficient in food. It did not lift many farmers themselves out of poverty. My father has not much educated Lord Howe comes from a long line of grain farmers. The average Indian farm is about 2.5 acres. These are not big commercial farms like in the American West, and with climate change, mechanization and rampant development, not to mention the pandemic. Indian farmers are struggling load houses at our place. Water is not Copper supplies water. Not there. That's right. That's water as much as when you go. So exactly exactly exactly lot off problem is that the production costs off. Traditional farming is going higher day by day, so the help the Indian government passed three new laws last year they aimed to deregulate the way produces bought and sold. Wholesalers and grocery chains no longer have to buy it. These government run markets they could do deals directly with farms. Many farmers are not happy, though, because you know Agriculture prizes are subject to a lot of volatility. Economists seem a bad lawyer says farmers got used to selling of these government run markets, which guarantee them a minimum price. So it's a safety net for the farmers. When prices go down, the government says it will still set prices for certain crops, and it's not closing these markets just adding more options. But Sanjay Cohade is still worried. Ginger Allah Miggy. Eventually he's a middle man who buys from farmers here. He says he's worried big corporations will circumvent these markets and obliterate small traders like him. As we chat, another man interrupts. We have brought up Narendra Modi's. You will be the King of World nine innings, and this is basically what's happened with the farm laws. It's all devolved into political arguments. Agriculture reform has long been the third rail of Indian politics. Successive governments avoided it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to do it now on a national scale. The rules have always varied by state and by crop economist giant ego says mode. I made a mistake by not explaining this well. The amazing thing is that the more the government passed these laws in the middle of a pandemic. They just quickly passed it without any discussion. You could have gone to people talked about it Godfrey back because these are long term proposals proposals now laws that affect the approximately 800 million Indians who depend on farming for a living. There's been a lot of confusion. Farmers here in Western India don't have the same concerns as in the north of the country, but that didn what model? Is it? Me getting shit carry those air. The rich farmers from the north you see protest, Ng says a tomato farmer here named um, but a sun up. He's got nine family members to feed. He can't afford to take a day off to protest. The protests have been dominated by farmers from northern India, the country's bread basket. They grow mostly grain and rely on government markets. More than a tomato farmer like sun up who can sell out of the back of his truck. Northern farmers see these laws is the first step toward dismantling all the aid they've gotten since the Green Revolution. Including price guarantees for wheat, rice and 20 other crops. I'm your bony I mean about me, but not for my tomatoes. Sun up, says he's never been eligible for the price guarantees that wheat growers get a majority of India's farmers or not. Meanwhile, farmers in several states are already circumventing these government wholesale markets and have been for years well, These conveyor belts are moving quickly. This produce packing collective started more than a decade ago, when eight farmers banded together. Now it has a sprawling campus. It's co owned by more than 10,000 farmers. This is the man on I think Chambers Banana ripening chamber. This collective bypasses government wholesalers and sells directly to stores. The last Shin Dae is the founder. Market is ready to pay me back better place then I should capture that market is rapper Depending on government. He says he got fed up waiting decades for government reforms, so he took matters into his own hands and started this collective. For others, the pandemic has forced them to consider new ways of selling their produce. So these air your grapes here's yes. Yes, grandfather and then grape farmer Abby shake shall kisses. His harvest came right when government run wholesale markets closed last year because of Cove. It Actually long known there was opportunity. So he and his friends all farmers in their twenties who've gone to college, started selling on Twitter and got more for their produce. Abby Shake says his heart is with his fellow farmers who've been pro testing even if they don't share all the same concerns. His head, he says, is on how to solve some of the inefficiencies he sees in the way his forefathers have long done business and he doesn't really trust the government to do it when I'm just out to get the amulet and the mighty by it guys out the causal Calabrese. I think our generation is going to have to try to figure this out, he says. Lauren Frayer NPR news in Nash IQ. Maharashtra, India
India's Farmer Protests: Why Are They So Angry?
"Next on a protest movement in India. It has drawn the interest of pop stars and climate activists and sent people into the streets for a cause. What's fascinating about the cause they're fighting for, is how unfasten ating it initially seems, farmers are protesting over new rules for wholesale markets. One of those rules matter so much. The answer reveals something about a giant nation, its past and its possible future. NPR's Lauren Frayer begins at one of the markets in western India. Yeah, I like. Okay, So this is a wholesale market and sort of a dusty lot between looks like warehouses here. Yes. Yes. This is good, Skunk. Oh, yeah, Wholesale agent, but this is all regulated by the government. Yes, they're appointed by the government. They're paying market fees can vote How is showing me around his local wholesale market, one of thousands run by the government where Indian farmers sell their crops Auction. Takes bids for eggplants trucks disgorge bales of collie flower wave through waist high piles of green beans. These markets were set up in the 19 sixties in India's Green revolution. When the government started subsidizing pesticides and irrigation. It helped boost yields and made India self sufficient in food. But it did not lift many farmers themselves out of poverty. My father has not much educated Lord Howe comes from a long line of grain farmers. The average Indian farm is about 2.5 acres. These are not big commercial farms like in the American West, and with climate change, mechanization and rampant development, not to mention the pandemic. Indian farmers are struggling load houses at our place. Water is not Report supplies water, Not there that much water as much as when you go. So exactly exactly exactly lot of problem is that the production cost off. Traditional farming is going higher day by day, so the help the Indian government passed three new laws last year they aimed to deregulate the way produces bought and sold. Wholesalers and grocery chains no longer have to buy it. These government run markets they could do deals directly with farms. Many farmers are not happy, though, because you know Agriculture prices are subject to a lot of volatility. Economists seem a bad lawyer says farmers got used to selling of these government run markets, which guarantee them a minimum price. So it's a safety net for the farmers. When prices go down, the government says it will still set prices for certain crops, and it's not closing these markets just adding more options. That son Jake Ohad is still worried. Ginger Allah Miggy. Eventually he's a middle man who buys from farmers here. Don't he says he's worried big corporations will circumvent these markets and obliterate small traders like him. As we chat. Another man interrupts. We're proud of you will be the King of World Niners, and this is basically what's happened with the farm laws. It's all devolved into political arguments. Agriculture reform has long been the third rail of Indian politics. Successive governments avoided it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to do it now on a national scale. The rules have always varied by state and by crop economist giant ego says mode. I made a mistake by not explaining this well. The amazing thing is that the more the government passed these laws in the middle of a pandemic. They just quickly passed it without any discussion. You could have gone to people talked about it Godfrey back because these are long term proposals proposals now laws that affect the approximately 800 million Indians who depend on farming for a living. There's been a lot of confusion. Farmers here in Western India don't have the same concerns as in the north of the country that they moved more delicious than me getting shit carry those air. The rich farmers from the north you see protest, Ng says a tomato farmer here named um, but a sun up. He's got nine family members to feed. He can't afford to take a day off to protest. The protests have been dominated by farmers from northern India, the country's bread basket. They grow mostly grain and rely on government markets. More than a tomato farmer like sun up who can sell out of the back of his truck. Northern farmers see these laws is the first step toward dismantling all the aid they've gotten since the Green Revolution. Including price guarantees for wheat, rice and 20 other crops. I'm your bony I mean, bony, but not for my tomatoes. Sun Up, says he's never been eligible for the price guarantees that wheat growers get a majority of India's farmers or not. Meanwhile, farmers in several states are already circumventing these government wholesale markets and have been for years well, These conveyor belts are moving quickly. This produce packing collective started more than a decade ago, when eight farmers banded together. Now it has a sprawling campus. It's co owned by more than 10,000 farmers. This is the banana, I think Chambers Banana ripening chamber. This collective bypasses government wholesalers and sells directly to stores. Villas. Shin Dae is the founder market is ready to pay me back. Better place then I should capture that market is Roper. Depending on government. He says he got fed up waiting decades for government reforms, so he took matters into his own hands and started this collective. For others, the pandemic has forced them to consider new ways of selling their produce. So these air your grapes Here's yes. If grandfather and great farmer Abby shake shall kisses. His harvest came right when government run wholesale markets closed last year because of Cove, it actually opportunity, so he and his friends all farmers in their twenties who'd gone to college, started selling on Twitter and got more for their produce. Bobby Shake, says his heart is with his fellow farmers who've been protesting even if they don't share all the same concerns. His head, he says, is on how to solve some of the inefficiencies he sees in the way his forefathers have long done business and he doesn't really trust the government to do it. When I'm just out to get the amulet and no I did buy it guys off the coast of Calabrese. I think our generation is going to have to try to figure this out, he says. Lauren Frayer NPR news in Nash IQ. Maharashtra, India
If You Sell Your Bitcoin, Michael Saylor and Jack Dorsey WILL Buy It
"Before powell spoke investors had started to get nervous in the us around the potential for an early unwinding of the fed's extremely aggressive approach to keeping rates low and stimulus etc. Because of this the market was getting out of stocks and into treasuries driving the yield of treasuries down and by the way if that sounded like greek to you. We're actually going to do a macro one show. And a bond specific show as part of that new kiddo show set as well either way powell gave testimony to the us senate banking committee on tuesday and said that the economic recovery remains uneven and far from complete and the path ahead is highly uncertain the bloomberg headline this morning about it said powell reiterates view that labor market has a long way to go. Pow pointed out that there are ten million fewer people employed. And that's a long way to go to maximum employment and this is really important the mandate the fed is actually two parts market stability. But it's also full employment the tools however that they have to achieve that full employment are limited and what we've seen is that asset prices tend to benefit before full employment is reached over the course of this year. We're likely to shift from the market stability part of that equation to the full employment part of that equation but it still promises a pretty aggressive approach from the fed powell also mentioned digital currencies saying it's a priority and that they'll be reaching out to congress about it in twenty twenty one so we'll have to come back to that soon next up on the brief today trouble in arc land i have discussed kathy would and arc pretty frequently here most recently in the episode last week i find it interesting. How a lot of the macro dynamics that are potentially interacting with bitcoin might be interacting with arc funds as well arc has seen a stratospheric rise over the last year but has been hammered. The past few days in fact it started a couple weeks ago as people started to get nervous about how concentrated arcs of some of their companies were remember. Our funds have specific feces around innovation. So there are frankly. Only so many companies they can buy if their fund owns to high percentage of those companies. The fear goes it could create risk in both directions that an issue in one company could create broader risk for arc or vice versa that arc could create new exhaustiveness risk for the companies themselves over the past few days however the concern has been less about that and more about this rise in treasury yields the innovation. Etf which is their flagship. Fell three sessions in a row. It had its worst today. Drops in september and again basically these yields were reflective as we just discussed of investors thinking that there was going to be pressure for rates to rise and for fed support on wind earlier than expected because of that they were moving out of the pricier parts of the market. I e tak. Now for her part. Kathy would said she wasn't worried said that she welcomed the correction and to be fair. She's gone from three billion assets under management in january twenty twenty two more than thirty in january twenty twenty one to more than sixty billion last week still. I think this is worth watching as a reflection of the bleeding edge of the markets. I don't think. Bitcoin is so correllated that you can watch these things move in tandem. But i do believe that. There's some proxy for how traditional investors might think about bitcoin at any given time based on the macro context lasts up on the today. Let's talk about the latest out of india. India as we've discussed has been very aggressive. Vis-a-vis crypto currencies with that seeming to only heightening right now a couple updates from the last few days rakesh ginger who's likened to an indian warren buffett. The billionaire investor he told. Cnbc never buy bitcoin that. Regulators should step in and ban cryptos in india and called bitcoin speculation of the highest order. So pretty much that. Warren buffett description is accurate at least when it comes to opinions on bitcoin at the same time however he also stated that india should focus on the creation of an official digital rupee. This was echoed by comments of reserve bank of india governor who reiterated that. The rbi has major concerns around cryptos but that they are working aggressively on a digital rupee. I wanted to point this out. Because i think it shows just how much india is going to really draw. This contrast between killing cryptos private cryptos and network cryptos while simultaneously trying to harness that momentum for an official central bank digital currency is that paradigm. That one can't survive while the other one does or are there different ways to look at
Buttigieg testifies at confirmation hearing before Senate
"There will be a flurry of Senate confirmation hearings in the coming days for President Biden's Cabinet picks today. Former South Bend, Indiana mayor people to judge faced a Senate committee as it considers his nomination to be transportation secretary. I'd like to take a moment to introduce my husband, Chester, but the first openly gay Cabinet nominee facing Senate confirmation promised Reinvestment in America's transportation infrastructure Air Control in rail network. I'm probably only the second biggest path. Ginger real enthusiasts and this particular administration. President Biden, of course, has been a longtime supporter of Amtrak Buddha Judge will also fulfill Mr Biden's efforts to fight climate change, including halting energy transportation projects. Arkansas Republican Dan Sullivan. What do you think that decision? Is gonna impact climate all that killed the Keystone pipeline and killed thousands of jobs. So I believe that the president's climate vision will create more jobs. Steve Dorsey CBS News
"ginger" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I appreciate you all being here. We appreciate of course supporting the people that support the program and keep the wind in excel's of the corolla pirate ship. Don't get after dark and find a doctor dot com to the streaming show. We're doing every day. Usually around three o'clock you can get that dr dot com and of course those youthful this appreciate it. I guess somebody. I'm very excited about to start ginger campbell. She has the what am. I very very very favorite podcasts. So you see me. Dull myself on this podcast with my favorite podcasters. Podcast is brain science with ginger campbell. Book is are you. Sure the unconscious origins of certainty Let's see hit number one in neuroscience amazon in june. Her website is virginia campbell. C. a. m. p. b. e. l. l. virginia campbell. Md dot com podcast website is brain science podcast dot com and the twitter handles at dock. Artemisia art mis and there's much more to say Ginger was a emergency medicine. Doctor and then retrained in palliative care but Have so much more. I want to talk to you about that. I appreciate you being here. Now thanks for having me. And i didn't realize you're a palliative specialist that immediately wanted. I sort of made me think. I wanted to talk about the topic in addition to the neuroscience Stuff that you've been engaged in in your podcast which i am deeply interested in. It was something neuro science was in its absolute infancy was in when i was in college. But i got very very attached to it and so does my basic biochemistry and neuroscience my longest trainings and all the way through Through medical school and residency. I maintained an interest in it and then they ended up working in a psychiatric hospital for thirty years. So i saw a lot of the stuff writ large and kept up on the neuroscience and how that has changed over that time which it has changed a bit But just before indulge me for a second because i really feel like in the in the aftermath or in the midst of this covert thing. One of the things i keep saying is we've got to start talking about end of life. I mean we are just not preparing people. I get public and i go. Hey everybody i say this to my family. I don't ever want to be in a nursing home a don't ever put if i am so neurologically impaired. I'm so physically debilitated that i need institutional care. Get me a palliative specialist. I'm staying home. Let's let this ride an and the extreme attention to extending life in the nursing facility is sort of. I don't know if the people that are in there one that right right. What do you make all this. Well you know my focus. Right now is on situation in the hospital because i work at the va. It's in fact. I got my first pfizer vaccine today. Congressional i'm so jealous i am so. Oh yeah yeah but so anyhow that that's that's a have to admit it was a little scary. I mean i'm a. I'm a big fan of vaccines but you know And i think the science behind this one is really good. I agree But anyhow and by the way it's different for you. And i were sort of peer age a little bit. And if i'm not having rushing my kids out for you know what i mean but for and i it makes sense it makes perfect sense absolutely so anyhow My concern is you know we have an increasing number of patients with covid at a be a hospital. But i work at and we don't have these conversations with people we are not talking to people. When they're first hospitalize well they're able to make decisions or think about things right and then they end up on a ventilator and they still don't talk to anybody about it system problem when there were they are ready to help and we're not being. We're not being called and i just i find that really upset ginger. I was a resident. And i did a lot of intensive care medicine. For the first ten years of my life and practice. He was considered cruel but an eight year old on a ventilator it was considered bizarre because the best you could do was six to twelve months of misery following that it was just. They got that sick. That's they got sick. That's the way it goes. Do the best you can right. And you remember before. The supreme court cases that allowed people to be extirpated. You didn't want to end debate one of those people because you knew that it meant they were going to be stuck there for the rest of their life ricky austin amis and misery and skin breakdown and horrors and we didn't have pal medicine yet but we seem to have lost track of all this now. We're all focused on putting eight-year-olds ventilators. I can't believe it. Yeah yeah it's it's. I just wish we you know it's a weird disease. You get to usually be sick for a week before you get really sick. Which means that. There's time we should be having this conversation with every person that's diagnosed and we're aubrey completely agree with you well. I'm sorry that's the case that that to me. That's i think some hospitals are doing better. But i just know where i am. It's not a half of one of the oldest palliative care programs in the system. I'm certain you have an ethics committee. Please refer to ethics committee because this is a massive ethical problem really. Is i many times. Come into stuff like this. I got to refer to the ethics committee. And i don't and i feel bad that i didn't to this day some of the stuff i've seen interns extreme interventions at end of life. That are just just horrible. Yeah well i'm with you. That's why when pal of care. I actually do have a video on youtube For anyone who cares on. I talked to the american humanist association about pal of care Dasa it's been six y- five or six years ago now And it's on youtube. And and what i said was you know. Death is really not the enemy. It's suffering it's the enemy that's right mean everyone's gonna wind and i would argue a also in addition to suffering would be undignified Dying i i think. Death death with dignity is a very important thing And yeah and and what happened to me. When i was giving that talk it was in denver. I got totally blindsided at the end by the right to people you know. I should've seen him coming. But i i didn't. And and so. I was like saliba surprised by the questions. I got because as a pal of care specialist. I kind of feel like if you're if you're patient wants you to end their life. You're doing something wrong because as a pallet specialist. My job is to make people's end of life as good as possible right right and most people when they say they want to die prematurely. It's because they're afraid of suffering or they're afraid of losing control they are ago are suffering and they are and but they think that we can usually make people not suffer. Yup i really do the right things. That's that's that's the whole goal of palette of medicine is is is to prevent suffering so I that's why i consider it good old fashioned medicine. I agree i agree. Listen us are. My dad was a family. Practitioner had him ringing in my head during this epidemic like. I just hear him going the flu. The flu eight-year-olds. I'm thin layers with what we had. Polio there's kids dying by the thousands. What the flu. what are you doing. Just die second time. It would die a second death that happened. But let's let's get off that. Because i really wanna get into the neuroscience stuff i love your podcast and i actually like i think i like best your recaps the ones that you do where you review stuff review books review whom you've spoken to. I don't know where to start. Let's start with how you got interested. Or what your intention is with looking at neuroscience number one and.
Furniture Finishing Q&A with Mike Mascelli Finishing
"This questions from chips. Stoltzfus and chip. If you have anything to do with. Stoltzfus is restaurant in lancaster. Pencil or no bird in hand pennsylvania. Oh country i miss that place dearly. All right i have been a professional woodworker for almost twenty five years. I started out in a large making church furniture and have since worked mostly in smaller cabinet shops. In that time every finisher. I've ever worked with said that you shouldn't san to sand higher than one. Twenty or one fifty grit. They claimed once you get higher than fifty polish is the would not let stain it here. Like it is designed yet. I often hear you talking about standing to three twenty or higher before finishing all of the shops. I've worked with have had have used wiping saints with some type of lacquer. Topcoat is the difference in sanding due to different finishes. I've started using rubio. monaco. And i've noticed that it gives a smoother finish if the piece of sand to the higher grits. Thank you for your time and great work with the pun. So well i've heard this many times Thank you for asking a couple of things that i think we should just sorta get On the table it matters a lot. What kind of would you're working with More so even than the than the finished. So if you're working in oak or mahogany and really open. Grain pours wood particularly oak. You can get away with a lot of stuff on on course grit sandy because you have such deep pours and lines in the in the in the grain of the as it is if you're in maple or you're in cherry It's a very different game. So you have You're talking about church furniture. A lot of that furniture's oak. Yeah in a production shop setting you're gonna send this stuff with a production machine may be a big stir machine dual pad sander And you're going to get this stuff out the door because you're in a commercial setting so sanding to a one twenty or one fifty you're leaving fairly significant scratches so in in oak if you see a neatly along the grain those scratches won't be as objectionable if you're using wedding stained product. I'm holding this up for the folks that can't see this. This is a mohawk wiping stain product. That's pretty typical you. You'd see in a commercial shop and this is mostly a die product. That doesn't have a lot of pigment in it again. I did a a article which we coming out and find woodworking here soon about diane pigment but die think about the like a strong food coloring or t it's going to penetrate into the would as much as it can whatever the would will absorb and that's what you get. A pigment is nicely ground fine particles of nice dirt so the pigment if you had it in a wiping stained product or know a commercial setting if you're gonna put die on it's going to absorb what it's going to absorb and that heart and twenty grit sanded. Surface is going to absorb guy and the grooves of the santa scratches are going to absorb a little bit more die because you have the sides of the of the valley if you will open if you have a pigment in your in your stand mix if you have deep scratches like one twenty scratches the pigment is gonna lodge in those scratches so what we always say in. The shops are if you sat at one twenty and uses a pigment stain and you see and at a higher grit. The one twenty grit is going to appear darker because more pigment is gonna stay behind when you if you do a white walker if you leave it there because you there's more places for the pigment the lodge there's there's more surface area right. There's there's a valleys of the sand scratches the pigments going to go in there and it's going to stay so if you take the exact same piece of lumber and sanded at one twenty and seeing like to and stain it. It's going to look darker at one. Twenty okay is that to twenty. So that's one aspect of the of the the higher grit sitting as far as this business about polishing the. Would if you see end up high enough if you take a piece of maple cherry and you sanded up to four five six hundred you'll create a surface. That's almost like this piece of plexiglass. It's very very resistant to anything. Even the dies so it really is true. If you stand up too far you will. You will resist the action of the die penetrating and of course there's no place for the pigment to lodge so it's going to look very very light so to to well. I always say as a rule of thumb is that the middle ground here is to twenty okay and there's two reasons for the to twenty one for the color and once for the fish on the collar side if you're sanding at you know eighty and one twenty and one fifty whatever it is if you don't sand perfectly each grit progressively you're gonna leave one hundred grit scratch someplace so if santa to twenty neatly it even if you leave one hundred grade or one hundred fifty grit. Scratch somewhere in that pattern. It won't be noticeable because the to twenty will help smooth that over the other reason for the one on the finnish. Side is if you leave to twenty grid scratches most finishes at two applications. You know a couple of dry mills of finish most finishes will bridge to twenty scratches at one twenty. You gotta put a whole lot of finish on there to get it to bridge the the valleys and in the case of church furniture. It didn't matter you know if it's oak. You're not going for a full pour piano by finish so it's okay you can leave him at one. Twenty it doesn't make the finish. Grab any better I mean you need a little bit of tooth for like the modern era things and stuff even this rubio other than lacquers which melt into each other. You need a little bit of tooth and usually in between the coats is when we would send three twenty okay so the bare would prep would be bringing up through the grit. Says you need to Up to about two twenty as a rule of thumb in most woods an inbetween your coats of finish. If you're going to scuff in between that would be at say three twenty at the most if you go too much then it's true you're finish isn't gonna would here so Also if you do test boards now sanding at two twenty the you're you're you're staining will look differently if you finish at one eighty or one hundred question Particularly again if the if the caller i will call it. Disdain is sort of or ginger. If the color delivery system includes some pigment those pigment particles that powder dirt is gonna lodge in those poor in the pores of the wood and in your scratches and the other thing is if you're going to sand rough if you're gonna leave it at one twenty or one fifty you'd better stand really really neatly with the grain. Is any them cross grade. He's gonna show up like a scar. A so special pigtail swirls from iran. A morbid sander and again give you some some advice on that if you're standing up to two twenty with a random orbit i'm gonna really good ones. There's air powered ones in. There's there's an electric ones even really good to twenty random orbit. You're gonna get little swirly marks. You can handsome those out but you got back up to one eighty. Okay get those swirly marks at back up to one eighty on a hand block get the swirlies out and then hand block at two twenty so use your random orbit to get most of the work done in and try to minimize the swirly marks but if you get those little squirrels you've got to send him out yet. Backup one grip. I've i've recently started doing christian beck's method of. I think come one fifty or so. He pulls the pat off the ran more but does a hand pass them one. Eighty four but paul's pat off does a hand pass is is even. If you're trying to clear the swirlies out okay. The other thing that can help is a lot of these. Random orbits now the new ones. The lyrics are adjustable. Speed variable-speed ara. Are you supposed to change that speed. I've never touch that knob. Where do you run at high on. Fast or slow. Whatever it's i have no idea. I've never thought about that. Phnom well if you put it now all the way fast you're going to remove a lot more material and you're gonna leave more swirly marks if you put it all away. Slow was gonna go. Roy moore and you're not gonna get good standing action. So somewhere in the middle is better and slower is better so i would say sand at the slowest speed. That's effective for what you're trying to do. Okay you will minimize the squirrelly marks if you said at full number ten You're not only gonna not gonna have as much control of what you're seeing but you're gonna leave more swirlies
What Is Worcestershire Sauce?
"It's that brown sauce with a nine unpronounceable name. It looks on paper. Like war hester shire. It's a tiny tasty edition to red meats soups and pretty much. Anything that needs brazing. And according to the company that originally created it lea and perrins. it can be pronounced. Worcester shire worcestershire or worcester. Sheer worcestershire sauce is used to make good things even better because it packs a lot of savory nece sometimes called you mommy the word emami by the way was coined in the first decade of the nineteen hundreds as a way of marketing. The then newly isolated flavor compound monosodium glutamate or msg but back to the sauce. We spoke by email was shameless. Mullen a chef at the institute of colin area -cation he said in recent years there's been a newfound interest in amami or the fifth taste after salty sweet bitter and sour described as deliciousness. The amami brings out the natural flavourings and food makes steak taste more sticky mushrooms. More shrew me worcestershire sauce is made up of a lot of flavorful ingredients including anchovies. That's right it's not generally vegan plus red onion molasses garlic tamarind and malt and or cider vinegar mullen said the vinegar and tamarind bring a punchy city to the sauce and the molasses and onion balance out the sweetness but the true magic happens during the lengthy fermentation process which takes eighteen to twenty four months. This last and most critical step was something of a happy accident. When supposedly in the early eighteen hundreds to chemists based in worcester england john lee and william parents were charged with duplicating a recipe that one british nobleman or another had enjoyed in bengal. Their first effort was an utter failure. However and chemists left it to languish in jars their seller a few years later they rediscovered the batch and were thrilled to realize that fermentation had turned it into the perfect savory sauce. They started selling it in eighteen thirty seven. It came to the us in eighteen thirty nine and is sold in over seventy five countries today when that original leeann parents product was shipped overseas. It's glass bottles often broke as a result of rough waters. So the company began rapping the individual bottles and paper. The tradition continues today more a way to distinguish the brand rather than a need to keep the product whole the company lost the copyright to the name in eighteen. Seventy six a while. Leeann parents recipe remains a closely guarded. Secret competitors have sprung. Up to make similar versions. The bbc counted at least thirty others and worcester alone. You can even making it yourself at home. Mullen said while the aging and fermenting process might be a bit much to undertake at home. You can make a very tasty approximation of worcestershire sauce. By simmering soy sauce mustard powder malt vinegar tamarind paste garlic anchovy paste tomato paste ginger molasses and spices. Those spices he said can include coriander seed mustard seed and the clove as well as orange peel and black pepper. He explained the simply. Mix all the ingredients and similar to sauce consistency. Then strain in store liquid. There are lots of recipes online including several for those of us who have been playing around with home for medication and of course the beloved sauce isn't relegated to stakes and such either. It can be added to pretty much anything that needs inning bitter bloody mary fondue cheese sauce eggs popcorn potato salad dressing or a grilled cheese sandwich. Leeann parents even recommends a splash of it in place of your normal dashes of salt and pepper. The continuing enthusiasm over mommy flavor is carrying over into the share market and this recent uptick is expected to continue projected through twenty twenty five. At least mullen explained amami hounds have been on the hunt for heritage condiments likely and perrins original recipe and there's an ever increasing trend toward finding new applications for the sauce or marinade. Cocktails worcestershire sauce is having a moment.
Dawn Wells, star of "Gilligan's Island," dies of COVID-19
"If you have not heard the news today, you might as well get it from a friend. Dear Sweet Mary Ann. Dawn Wells passed away this morning. At age 82. And I was mentioning earlier for My particular generation. Guys who were elementary school students. On, then would watch it in reruns in junior high and secretly on into high school or college. The question would come up. Ginger or Mary Ann. Ginger is portrayed by Tina Louise was a Hollywood Well, a siren. You know, one of these Voluptuous. Well, she was a sex symbol, okay? And ginger kind of her whole persona was geared into Vava Vou. Mary Ann, On the other hand. Was sugar and spice and everything nice. But wow, everybody seems to Or most guys had a thing for Marianne. And I don't think, Miss Mary when mind me telling you that I mean, it was years before. We met and jump the broomstick. It only met promoting. It was just one of those one of those little what would be the term Uh, not even platonic because it's it's like a TV thing.
An Indigenous Mixtape from Lima, Peru
"Basically this week's episode is a catch wa language mix tape and this mix tape starts with track. One introducing librado. Yeah that's clearly now my voice. I'm getting mixed eight hosting help from my friend. Dj just john. Okay here we go now. That's lebron connie emceeing at the national theatre here in lima. This past february he's rapping in a mix of spanish and catch wa if you haven't heard of catch wa that's kind of the point. It's the most widely spoken indigenous language and latin america about ten million people speak it and liberal bringing it to people in a whole new way. His mc name librado. Connie means i am a free man and a call and response you hear throughout his concerts is catch wa is resistance. I met librado while in lima peru. And i was in lima on this. Totally non far-flung gig filming young rappers and beat makers which have been doing on and off for the past seven years all over the world priscilla. Anyway i've always been interested in ways. Music leads to cultural mashups like catch one hip hop and how that intersects with identity and the way people feel about themselves and when it comes to documenting hip hop it's always a cool story when different languages and traditions get mixed into the music but it's kind of hard to tell what that mixing means. What does it mean. When someone is wrapping in their ancestral language does that relate to a language living or dying and house. All that culturally significant politically significant. When does it lead to change on. Its face it might seem like the fight for catch. Wise is about lima's pride in their past and that's true but there's another crucial thing at stake here. It's the ability for indian culture to survive and to evolve into the future so to get the significance of what liberals doing we need to start with some background on ketchaoua. But you don't hear much catch. What outside of the countryside in peru ever since colonisation spanish has been the dominant language of government. Business education. Really life in general. And there's of course all kinds of cultural implications with that as well in the broncos music though you don't hear any of that higher he swapping between languages constantly and letting catch while on hooks his call and responses. He's young but he's like a classic ninety s hip hop head and when we hung out. He seemed really comfortable in his skin and sincere about everything. Oh and heads up. We were talking spanish most of this interview. So you'll hear some overdub. English shorter track to deepen the andean bronx. This is teach them what either made from purple corn. It's very delicious from corn. You can even make teacher. They hold a credible. We're walking down along. Walk walking for a little bit. We are eating a kind of Proven popcorn and we're drinking a purple corn based drink. Ginger morava balmy out here. It's not that hot again. Noisy sirens is a cultural hub for peruvians. It's like they're la and new york matching into one about ten million people live here and the population's growing we're walking through downtown. Lima librado told me that when he went to new york to perform for the first time in two thousand eighteen a lot of what he saw reminded him of home unusual ways. You told the crowd that he realized he was like a rapper from the indian. Bronx they loved it. You know. he's a rapper. So he's good with metaphor and there's something very hip hop about his light experience. He grew up in a world that was hostile towards identity specifically his indian catch. Wasp became identity twenty mike cornell so librado wrapping and catch wa flowed great to my ear as someone who didn't have a lot of linguistic and cultural context. It's just good sound but sometimes locals were shocked to hear the language mixed into hip hop track three welcome to the donkey belly sky. And what are those. Locals is my friend oscar durand he's producing and basically co hosting this episode with me. Oscar grew up in lima in the eighties. And i left peru in two thousand two to study and live abroad as a photo journalist. The first time that occurred without those music. I was surprised you know he was not the first time i catch wa. I heard it when i was in crew. Obviously but it was the first time that i hear someone rapping ikeja and he was a new context for language at the energy. So i knew that. I had to meet this guy told me the story man. I wasn't there so you know. I already heard about him. So i was really curious about his because as a journalist i have my my antennas. You always scanning for interesting stories to last time when i was visiting peru i was there for work. I send a message of media and she told me. have this concert. why don't you come. I couldn't make it but him and his band were playing this rehearsal space so i just went and then we start chatting and it was just such great energy because i felt like i knew these guys forever and then they start playing and it was just the most amazing experiences having peru because he had this concert just for myself. But what was it about him that shocked locals. I mean there's great musicians in peru for sure. So what was it about librado. That made him stand out. Well its first surprising to catch on. Because when i was growing up catcher was really around me in school. Remember catcher being mentioned in our history class when we were talking about the inca empire our glory days but those days are long gone and many people would not associate catcher with innovation or success.
Google And Facebook Under The Mistletoe?
"Here to go over the google lawsuit with us is alison schiff. Whose coming down the chimney as we speak to drop some under our tree even though she's jewish elo alison. Hello and emphasis on the ish part of that honestly. So there's a lot of juice in the the texas ag lead lawsuit but before we get to that let's talk header bidding. What did we learn about. How google responded to the threat of header bidding Years ago right so in in an attempt to reinject competition into the marketplace just as just a quick scene setter in a publisher's devised a new at the time innovation called header bidding which is a trend that ad exchanger covered the absolute bejesus out of And then by two thousand sixteen something. Like seventy percent of all major publishers had already adopted header bidding so google realized right quick that header bidding posed a threat to the dominance or sorry the alleged dominance of its ad exchange and also the The information advantage of being able to trade on non public information from one side of the market the other because they're both controlled by google and there are actually internal google communications. Apparently that are cited in the suit in which google makes it pretty apparent. Pretty clear that it's aware that header bidding is a threat so what you did in response to that threat. According to the suit is they allowed publishers to use its ad server to route inventory to more than one exchange at a time so you know a a unified auction but all the while they were secretly letting their own exchange win even if it hadn't necessarily submitted the highest bid and someone over google must really love star wars by the way because the code name for that program was djeddai and the code name was redacted in the public suit. But there's a wall street journal story that's out from From last week and it's They got their hands on and unredacted draft of the suit before it went public so there are some interesting nuggets in there. Like the code names for things. I'm glad you mentioned how addicts ginger covered the jesus out of header bidding. Because as we all know. But jesus says the reason for the season sorry tat. Now please please bring. Actually you actually mentioned the unredacted lawsuit that the wall street journal gotten actually. That's something that really struck you. I think when you were recording or new reporting initially on the publicly filed lawsuit a so many reductions what what did you make of. That was that was that. Was that striking to you. I mean it was annoying because a details that you'd like to to read as someone who's poured a cup of coffee and sat down to core over a hundred and thirty page document I mean it was the first couple of actions to be honest. Ooh this is. This is official. This is sort of exciting. It got annoying because over these massive blocks text at you couldn't read but apparently it's it's really not uncommon given the sensitive nature of a case like this to redact things that are considered a proprietary. So i mean there was a lot of redaction. It's a long suit though it's annoying but it's not anything. That's super weird.
How Your Attachment Style Affects Your Mental and Financial Health in a Relationship
"I am interviewing ginger dean psychotherapist and founder of loving me after we her specialty is helping women overcome heartbreak. Increased self love and confidence after toxic relationship so they can become the best version of themselves. Love it thank you show. Thank you for having me. Melania it yeah. I'm so excited that you're here. You know we've gone way back for a while in the personal finance base. And i love what you're doing with loving me after we. I love your instagram. Your facebook group in everything that you're doing so you know before we jump into the questions i'd love for you to just tar audience a little bit about what you do and the community that you've started all right so my name is ginger dean and as you said i am the founder of loving the after we and that's where i help women healing after toxic relationships increase their confidence so they can become the best version of themselves so that might mean we cover a lot of topics around codependency toxic relationships childhood trauma attachment issues of course topics around narcissistic abuse. Do come up. But it's probably not my central focus but those are pretty much essential issues that we cover over loving me after way. It is such a helpful community. And i have to say that you know. I went through an incredibly devastating up three years ago. I ended my nine year relationship. That was probably the hardest thing i ever did. I didn't realize it was codependent. Until afterwards and you know. Because i had all of this these feelings of like why do i feel like my life has ended. And why is everything so hard. And then i got into really toxic. Rebound where i was always wanting more and he was always stand offish in that really how i kind of got turned onto this book called attached which was completely life-changing eye-opening. I feel like i read attached and suddenly everything made sense. I was like oh. This is why is behave. The way behaved in everyone relationship like a classic love anxious not not proud of it but it was good for me to realize that. Oh this is actually thing and as a love anxious person. I've attracted a avoid types and you know just like magnets and we just can't give each other what they want so new. That really just completely changed my life. And i just dug into the research really gave me insight into why behave the way. Behave my own relationships Happy to report that. I'm in a new relationship with a securely. Attached person in my own behavior has changed. And i've done so much healing in the past three years. So can you explain to our audience a little bit about attachment styles and how they affect relationships. Because to be quite honest i never even knew about them until after this break up rebound when i was like why am i in such a mess and you know it just opened up my eyes. So can you share that with our audience. Our craftsman styles are developed based on. You know how we were raised for example. Our caregivers are source. Figures to like teachers coaches mentors grandparents. Aunts and guest also our parents and so what can happen is depending on how we were raised. The weekend ended up being either secure anxious. Fearful avoiding or dismissive avoidance and so with the anxious types. You'll find that they're very overly concerned about whether or not their partners loved them. They will often. You know audition performance relationships. They're very hypersensitive to abandonment issues whether thoughts or just the perception around abandonment and rejection until they're often preoccupied with abandonment. However because they haven't really learned how to become secure because that was never really modeled for them. They tend to go after the partners that modeled how their parents were growing up. So if you're a parent was you know for example. And it doesn't have to be that it was. They were deliberately emotionally neglectful.
Two thousand flamingos & a war-torn island: controversy over Australian mine proposal
"Human rights activists shrine siro is talking about the twenty six year civil war between tamils and sinhalese buddhists. The war ended in two thousand and nine but sri lankans a still dealing with deep scars and in the aftermath. Many trying to rebuild their lives on mannar island which is a unique place for another important raisin who needs a unique place in the biodiversity point of view this fun of the key bethlen ecosystems in the central asian flyway evolutionary ecologist and ornithologist. Dr sampath senator aetna from the university of colombo the central asian. Flyway he mentions. It's like a massive highway for the world's migratory birds it reaches from as far as northern russia all the way to sri lanka up to a million birds fly thousands of kilometers south along this route every year to get to mannar island where they breed feed and rest during the winter. It's one of the final stops on an epic journey ways. Studying the waterbirds might've birds in mena. You can actually study this global advance of change. The ginger in global you know migrate roads and then the sri lanka and birds the welds. Migratory birds are being dramatically affected by climate change land clearing and other human activities. Scientists like some path k. to understanding how it's multifaceted approach so the mennonite good for that. Some has a research station on mannar island. It's famous for. Its large flocks of flamingos. But he's especially interested in the rare birds that visit the island spoon. Billed sandpiper one of the rarest birds in the world and one of the most iconic species that are in the verge of extinction right now and then you have this bird call crab blow large about the size of chicken. Black invite bird nicknamed the panda of the bird world. They also endangered then injured. Because the anyway they beat in arab peninsula and they come in small groups to keep remembering going and bird watching with my father. Human rights activists streams the raw grew up on mannar island and some of her earliest childhood. Memories are of massive flocks of birds visiting her hometown. Let me go early morning. Like four o'clock and then he would hide sanga and don't make noise and solely watching them coming and landing in the colds areas and then catching fish are taking off as a fuel. Would you grew covering the entire sky. That's something i i see. Remember manner islands wetlands. A so important that it's phone call a bird. Sanctuary is protected by the sri lankan government under the international wetlands agreement called the ram sot convention the islands known for other flora and fauna. To in the see you got do gongs and wales and on land. It's famous for its ancient baobab trees early days of playing with donkeys small ones and then climbing up there bob trees and all that miami's but trained soro's childhood memories also reflect the islands daca history. She was in her mid teens. When the war began between the majority sinhalese sri lankan military and the tamil tigers all ltte militant separatists fighting for an independent hindi tamil homeland and warning graphic scenes of war ahead forming increase pressures on the government to attack the northern jaffna peninsula which is occupied by the tamil guerrillas but the government is reluctant. Do so because hundreds of innocent tamil video would die. We used to be released if the atrocities that the the lankan me too would come meet particularly arrest. Arbitrary arrests disappearance rape So as a child my mother used to make a boy but blues went safe during the war. Either in the morning i would steep my own classmates voice from the other brother scolding killed and mutilated at the same chime. Also i watched indian peacekeepers who came to sri lanka to keep peace started fighting and were killed those baobab tree. She climbed in as a child will wear the indian peacekeeping or piquet. Soldiers met their death at the hands of tamil fighters. I talked very fondly about baobab trees. But i have seen those of heads being cut fan nine puts on those baobab trees around the trees and also nowadays go a that. Emory came often
Ossoff, Warnock 'play the race card': Alveda King
"Sunday nights. Georgia Senate runoff debates The niece of Dr Martin Luther King had some thoughts about the elections Lance Bride has more from the USA Radio News West Coast Bureau. Georgia Senate Race Debates took place Sunday night. Dr Martin Luther King's niece, Alveda King on Fox says Democrats are playing the race card and that's dangerous. John Assad Rafiah Wanna car a debt that teaching fear anger? Stirring up bitterness. It's called playing the race car, so starting up emotions and fear is very dangerous, but giving solutions Ginger Howard and I and our book, We're not color blind. Teach people how to do that from the West
"ginger" Discussed on Proof
"At the university of western ontario erica learned about may donahue as most students do in her first year torts class and so we spent a long time talking about donahue and stevenson as kind of fell in love with a case then the difficulty she had is that the law that time said that only someone who had a contract with the manufacturer was able to sue for a defective product and in her case she was several links removed in the contractual chain because the manufacturer had sold the ginger beer to the retailer. Who then sold it. To mrs donna. Whose friend and then given it to her and so under the law as it stood at the time she had no legal claim. You know. I think one of the things that's really fascinating about donahue and stevenson. It is that it is this average person who took on a manufacturer and changed the law may approach the law office of walter leach men for her appointment at twelve o'clock noon. She was wearing the finest shoes she owned. But she was aware of. How old and scruffy. They looked in the lobby of a fine solicitor. She smooths her hair as she approached reception. Although i have an appointment mr richmond. We'll see you shortly. Take a seat. Mrs donoghue walter leach. Men was the solicitor that everyone recommended a man. Pushing sixty and facing retirement may shifted in her seat and examined the waiting room. It was crowded with overstuffed cabinets and frame certificates. What was she thinking. He'd probably laugh at her a snail. And a sodas hardly important just another in a long line of mishaps may don. here's life. Her happened dug into her skull. Go through to mr lebron's office. Now mrs donoghue thank you. Please take a seat mrs donoghue. What can i help you walter. Leach men didn't raise his eyes from his papers. His brow furrowed still lost in the details of his previous appointment. It's relating to an incident earthy biometric caffeine and paisley said. Get short changed. Something to dealer quite see fano may could feel her cheeks glowing hot with frustration. She glanced at the door. But my powell ordered mayonnaise cream flip delight for to have it with scoops ginger beer manufactured by Mr stevenson of glen lane paisley. And you see jenkins some and then when a port more from the bottle are we say and fell right and smells steel. Did you say i saw. I could see it shall deal. I and your friend bought the item in question. Not yourself that shay. This is wonderful news. There found snail new slug crabs gastropod vermin pods. Any would do. It may be a surprise. That a serious man like walter leach. Men would be interested in may donahue after all. She's just an unremarkable woman. Who happened to just a bit of snail. But mr leach men have been waiting years for someone like may donahue to walk into his office. Isn't it strange macy's donahue. The world has changed so quickly. That are motorcars outside on the street. My office now has electric light some typewriters. I don't know if i follow the minute. Amon- can manufacture dozens of apple's of ginger beer delivered to someone and then someone else and then someone else who sells it to someone like you and then that man can claim notice possibility. The contents of ginger. Beer donahue i will take on your case and i will do my done to still with it mrs donoghue getting into grown breaking lawmaking territory by taking this case. It seems odd to think that in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven if you bought a bottle of ginger beer. It turned out that there was a dead morrison it that you would have no remedy against the manufacturer. That just doesn't seem right. Mr leach man was well aware of the law and he knew that it ought to change. In fact walter leach had made a career of taking cases in the effort to challenge consumer law leach had actually brought a claim against the bar company. And be a are. That's which is still an existing software company and so there had already been a similar case where the plaintiffs had fond mice in their lemonade and sued and they were unsuccessful actually but may donahue and her decomposed snail offered mr leeann. Another chance when you think about the kind of general store that people used to go to right. If i wanted flower the person would measure it out in front of me right and i can see where the flower was coming from. And i trust my shopkeeper but now you're buying things because of the label on the product and he start having a closer relationship with the manufacturer because you're buying the product based on the reputation of the manufacturer things would changing very quickly and the entire understanding of where the law stood in relation to these changes in society and technology was something which people were coming to grips with so as the food supply chain grew longer and longer may donahue and walter leach men prepared to fight to make that supply chain safe over the next year may return to welter leach. Men's office as frequently as she could. Mona nelson take me about sue kind of donahue a pleasure as always to see you come this week not last night. I was just sudden wet. I didn't realize i haven't opened come. You're by my house. Thank you ms elite. Dry yourself out here. Not i wish should are ripped against mr stevenson. The drinks manufacturer which means it won't be long until we call to court now. Mr stevenson will say that he can't possibly control what goes into each and every butler ginger beer weenie to argue that it was his negligence. That caused your illness but he shouldn't. He believe in his ginger beer bottles where snails and the slimy trails or snail frequently vulgar and and that he must ensure the contents are safe before distributing.
"ginger" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"About it ginger. And it's fun to like. I said do some research and educate ourselves on another level tune. Where does ginger come from this kind of thing and And just to enjoy this gorgeous t you've created and so think of what went into making this t. How did this ginger get to us and do some research again. And we'll gain even more gratitude for the st for this moment and gratitude can change everything just have a simple thought who. What am i grateful for right here right now. Put that into the tea. And it's always a good idea to as part of the japanese ceremony and and other various ceremonies to rinse and clean the cup with the hot water. And then you pour the tea into the cop and that's kind of cool too because then you're really In and you've got the clean cup and the warmth gives it Even more special place to put the actual cup of tea so that you get the very best of the tea and it's not just you know tossed into a plastic cup if you will or because it does pick up you know it'll pick up some of the the taste of said plastic or whatever you're choosing to put the tea in so rinsed the cup thoroughly with that warm water i and And then you pouring this beautiful tea into this cup and was kind of cool to do to to turn your cup around and Turn it to the left counter clockwise and do this two and a half times and Appreciate again the art of the cub to appreciate what went into the cop. And perhaps it's the japanese off the japanese ceremony. The japanese flowers or the english hours. Whatever it is to appreciate the making of the cup itself and then the beauty of the tea in the cup to really take the trip and Inside and out and ascend out blessings all over the world. Think beautiful thoughts and intentions. And if your mind goes elsewhere again bring it back to the moment back to the now. Breathe in breathe in. Relax and remember that. We're safe and protected here and that's let's connect again connect. It's all about that connectedness. I just if not podcast on unity however all one and you may want to check that out too because we can go bigger than that happened to the again in the quantum field the sense that we are all unique with their own uniqueness and thank goodness not one of us is alike but we're all in this together so again we can send the good love our think. Beautiful thoughts and Again stop smell. The t listen around you taste the t be truly.
"ginger" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Have been how i came into this conversation. But you learn something new every day howard kremer. Thanks right your wisdom. One more thing. I think the term rabbit hole is actually racist towards rabbits. Nice at our creamer the near reading. Listen yo if y'all want to Call in leave and equally befuddling or less fucked up message call in three two three three eight nine seven two to three talk to you tomorrow piece. This has been an era media. Production executive producers geoff oregon scott offerman for more information visit it wolf dot com.
"ginger" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Listen this is this is the podcast where we listened to your voicemails asking whether something's racist and then we will decide whether it's racist or not You can leave a voicemail at three two three three eight nine seven two three and we're gonna listen to one of those voicemails redhead and everywhere i go ahead and people look at me. Cross the store and nod but the there's no kind of brotherhood was elected people. I don't know you saw nodding asking is what he said racist. Who was the racism here. i think he's he's trying to say I don't know i liked. I thought he was funny. I was listening to some of the voicemails earlier and You know what it is. Here's what here's what. I believe the genesis of that question comes from. Is there a thing. I think it's on the internet. I think this is like an internet thing. And it sounds totally stupid to be on the internet and say it where people are just people discriminate against people with red hair gingers and whatnot. Have you heard this absolutely yeah And so i don't know if this is like a like a children's thing or like a british thing. I feel like british people say he's not talking about Getting made fun of as a red. He's saying other reds like yeah be like. Hey bro. i know what you're going through to rough reuters This one listen. I i realizing this is gonna be a tough question to say yay or nay on. I'm going to reframe it Is there such thing as headed solidarity. Ginger pride any of that any of that exists and does any of that matter I'm gonna go ahead and say it kind of exists kind of but it doesn't matter well say it must exist at this guy saying it's other guys who are trying to hook it up with them unless this is like the one revolutionary redhead that like likes read. I mean i wonder how far along the movement is you know they have thousands of these guys. There's just two dudes trying to get. It started its product seven or eight white dudes with beards on the internet. Who are all about this. Read this ginger pride then and then like crazy amounts of kids and then Well here's i would say. Yeah if they feel like they've been Victims of racism because people make fun of reds and then they band together. That's fine just. Don't take it too far to where now you're the you're the ones who are being prejudiced against brunette and blondes shore. So be careful. It's a slippery slope. Hey man look i. Don't you know you know what eight a. No one ever going to rise up against brunettes in blonde man. Fucking what a what. A beautiful hair. Call too many of you guys. Also like they're easy to spot with the red hair so like in battle easy to defeat and pick off shore. Oh so you're actively thinking about how you would like physically subdue a red headed revolution now. Well yeah what she said. Hey you know they can never beat us. I was like yeah. oh good they. They couldn't because it's a sniper could just lock onto that read way too easy with today's technology i don't know man. I think i think hat technology is gonna fuck up your plan. Talking talking Ginger ninjas now well ginger ninjas have to develop some type of napalm for that ridges would have to Deal with that with some chemicals american way. Okay so i just want you on the record. You're advocating the use of chemical weapons against people with red hair which is fine or planning in the advent that they become worldwide oppressors somehow sees the power and they need to be abandoned. Yup i say we gotta do what we gotta do awesome. Well i think You clearly have a An ally in in this do this turncoat. Who just called in his not trying to be friends with other people on my guys you know we can do is if the reg take us over we all die our hair and then we're all part of this. They're done so now. You're advocating like some kind of like red haired black face situation. Yeah exactly read it and you know but it's turning the chemicals ourselves so it's it's a positive that's all right. I'll buy that sorry for. We know what we went down a weird rabbit hole with this question. But i guess evidently sense since at least one human being actively trying to exterminate them or at least planning to exterminate them. There is such thing as headed solidarity. Which probably wouldn't.
"ginger" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"That's okay up next we have brick watts who said Jamie freaking fraser like all caps by the way she said he's gorgeous. He loves Claire so much and would do anything for her even jumped Tom. I'm just saying he can call me SASS ANOC at anytime. PS also love ginger husband he's number one. A very long after. Oh maybe maybe I've I've gone to. For Jamie Fraser Right Brooke clearly watches. For the same reason. My wife watches outlander for the Scottish countryside. All the trees and the flowers I will say is hot a he's a he's a hot man. The problem is they spent like a season and a half on him being young and now they've just made him old man James Freezing and it's tough because like old minute is not sexy you know what I mean I think it'd be I mean they can't be like when you're dressing up a high guys old guy, you don't put them in the sexy situations you know anti shed that we could rebrand old guy he tried in the in the last season and it was just kind of weird it was like frontier. Sexy. Topic as a you the problem with the really only read the first outlander book only watched the well, you can't just watch the first season because it ends really tough. You don't WanNa do that you've got to watch I actually say the subsequently I've really enjoyed the books. The problem is it becomes not about Jamie and Claire Anymore no other kids there's like ginger nephew goes and lives with native Americans and he's awesome gathers halt within the that woman's made a fortune. That's Bets Listen D, I looked at Brooke is a Brunette. Mary to Ginger right he's like an orange ginger like he's careerbuilder but I like that she's like riding Hartford Jamie freighter. Yeah. You know do what you do I just like I'll give a note on her comments. Okay. Jumping through time is obviously very impressive. I would say for me and it's just personal preference Jamie getting sexually accosted by his new wives other husbands distant relative imprison to me that's more impressive. That's a bigger link willing to go to just jumping he assaulted a lot assaulted is not the right word but. It's rated probably is the right word. Now it's time what he wants to hear that really loved her. Did. He Loves Clay Okay EBB NEXT KRISTEN, Roth zero four said PIPPI longstocking every from the everything from the way her braid stick out to having her own house complete with a horse an enviable to a child appetite for adventure throwing the Gilmore girls love for her and that seals the deal on being the perfect zany ginger are watched limited piggy longstocking it always kind of freaked me out. She loved horse with one end. You know like yeah. Right, like that Well, it's it's the thing if you can. It's become suspension of disbelief. If you can lift a giant full grown horse with one hand, you're.
"ginger" Discussed on WTOP
"Ginger ale. Traffic and weather on the AIDS to rob Stallworth in the W T o p traffic center. Thanks, Sandy. We're going to start in the district on the eastbound freeway. I 6 95 ran to south down to 95 may have one stopped in the roadway. There you are, under police direction As a result, eastbound on I 6 95. The ramp to sound found I tu 95. The westbound freeway Delays passed me an avenue headed out toward US Park police. But nothing reported there. Traveling on eighth Street both ways at 13th Street Northeast. We have the report of a crash. Also on Benning Road. Both ways of 15 Street crash reported there as well. No problems on the Baltimore Washington Parkway in the South, down direction inside the Beltway, but North bound on the B W Parkway, New problem. Second time today near to O to Landover Road may have one stopped in the roadway otherwise on the outer loop Askew pass, of course, New Hampshire Avenue headed toward University Boulevard. Two right lanes get you by that particular work, so no problems being reported on to 70 traveling westbound would 50 cross the Bay Bridge three lanes open but sluggish across the westbound span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge headed toward Annapolis. New problem onto 70 and the local lanes north bound after shady Grove Road crash reported near the rant, I 3 70, maybe along the right side otherwise in college Park, Rhode Island Avenue both ways at Sunnyside Avenue. We have a report of a crash. They're as well in Virginia, The Beltway remains pretty smooth from now eastbound 66 still often on the brakes, leaving 1 23 headed toward nut. The street south down, I 95 slows past Newington headed across the occupant and down 1 23 for the South Delays building as you approach Dale City, often one toward dumpers. Then again, as you leave Garrison Villa headed toward Fredericksburg was Lane's reported to be open. Traveling north on I 95 year volume was heavy in sponsor Vania toward Fredericksburg. After that, a better ride toward the Springfield interchange with Lane's reported to be available to you. Little pizza. Carry out his open, fast, easy and fresh. The little pizza family is ready to take your order. Little pizzas Square because little pizza never cuts corners. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o P. Traffic Now do storm team for a meteorologist Lauren Rickets. What a dreary day and it's cool to those temperatures staying in the forties and are not budging all the way through the overnight. In fact, we won't see those temperatures rise.
"ginger" Discussed on Hustleshare
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The right speed is somehow some way it gives you gives it back to you at the right time when you need it. Okay. Now let's talk about the home definitely Buffet because again as you've been listening to hustle share their taxable has been being next as one of the top startups by ideaspace off here before. So what I want to find out is when you guys uh, what was that infection pointed? All right, we have something here and ginger kind of set set it all ready to compliance. It's not easy and it's a big pain point that most msmes Overlook. How did you and Ginger said you'd built this but how did it become a proper product where you now off? Created something that you can give to the world or sell to the world per say yes. Yes you get so maybe let's start with that with that product that I made for ginger. It's I wouldn't really call it a project. It's more of like a set of excel macros. I break together to fill out forms, you know, so so that was the initial thing that you know, we we created for ginger and then you know, some of our friends saw it cuz you know, she's in Manila workshops or sometimes. She's listening in the background. She was doing her taxes, you know, some people saw what she was using and you know, they were asking about it. So we saw that there might be some legs, you know, I mean, sorry this this idea might have some like so so so the next thing we did was we pitch the we joined am reaching competitions. We did it build anything that was there was just that Excel things and far from scalable. Yes. So better we started bitching it we joined it went home. Tab in the pitching competitions and that was like our first foray into this whole world of like startups. Um, and you know, we we were getting pretty good feedback. So we saw that sort of validation. Okay, let's take it the next step because one thing that that we were looking at if you're going to turn this into a big business, I think we really need to make sure that we'll have enough Capital to really make this growth and if we're getting good feedback from investors and people who are like investors then you know, this is a good validation for us. So that's what happened. That's where it started and then we joined the DS base so ideaspace helped us validated the idea further. So we got some validation from people who might be interested to invest. So now we start that with the formal process of validating it with customers off of the building and yeah exactly getting out of the building we started, you know, talking to strangers initially. We were talking to doctors, you know, we would give them free taxation Savage. And the only thing you have to do is you have to give us feedback. So we did a lot of rounds of that and then it eventually, you know, the different around sort of course different stages different idea in terms of the home of the MVP. So it became better and better as we proved sort of bigger and bigger assumptions and then you know, we saw that it was grow and then we launched like a better product page in alpha bravo. We launched the alpha product. We advertise the with a budget of like a thousand pesos every month. Wow for Facebook. And then we saw that we were growing at a pretty good clip shoving 12% week on week. So it was pretty consistent. Okay. See people like the idea people are open to the idea of like completely open a online thing doing something that is very important for them. So, that's where it started that know so that so the next step Point. Okay, so that means say let's push it further. That's when we develop the first month. Prototype available to people which is like a better version of the product and then the the the growth still continue to still 12% week on week. And then eventually we we turn it into a pit model, you know a big thing about it was it was still percent we going to be because it was free when we started, you know charging for it, of course, you know things change but we solved it still was gaining a lot of attention and people were still signing up message. So it still has a lot of potential and from there, you know, that's where like the that's where it all like wage. I would say snowball now the growth was for me and maybe just to also go back to your question while ago and like the jump know like when did you say it would make sense for you to jump? I was employed to say the whole time. We were doing the doing ideaspace. I was employed I did the jump when the 12% week on week thing sort of became consistent. Okay, so I said okay this month. Has potential and that was you know, that was enough for me to say. Okay again, let's save a little bit. Let's live on that for a little while and then let's focus on trying to make consumers biggest weekend. Okay, perfect. Now I want to ask a couple of things so through the idea space process right aside from again helping you accelerate the growth and being able to validate properly. Okay, here's here's a lot of like what I see in the startup Founders. And again, if you're listening to this and your first time sort of founder, it doesn't mean that you're asking questions that they're already validated because the structure of naturally validate your questions and not scientific it is matters. So, you know using the chaplain board using the Lean Startup machine, whatever the hell you want it teaches you how to properly structured cuz if you're asking questions that are often biased towards answers that you want. Of course, you're going to give the answer that you brought brought exactly right now idea space Also provides you the the resources to do that. However, it's dead. Infinite. All right, it's good enough to start right then when you took the job, you know, you now have that after you then put made it made a product. I have a question. So you said there's always going to be some drop box. Right? What would first punch you talk when you say a punch? This is the big one of the is it it's not, you know, just free-flowing. There's always something else. You're going to hit. What was that biggest? Well if you hit and how did you overcome that wall? The biggest one was trained tax reform because that's the biggest part of the you know, the big chunk of users that we had were Freelancers and individuals and they would file their taxes on a monthly basis. So the pain was very much there, you know, when train happened with tax reform happened that monthly like regularity became quiet dog. Oh, man, so so so, of course the pain change, you know, it became less of a pain basically. So so we had to adjust wage. So initially we were subscription product were monthly we.
"ginger" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"So it's gonna just to sort of bring us down to a little bit more concrete level for a few minutes. Give you have an example that you could share from either your experience from your many guests of neuro science informing artificial intelligence. Yeah. Actually, I think one of the more powerful marriages between deep learning and neuroscience recently. So I had Dan game. On the show and his group and other groups to and I've had a few of them on the show. They've set up these deep neural networks. Okay. Let me back up. So our visual processing system. Proceeds hierarchically in the very back of the brain early visual cortex. You have these neurons that respond to edges and different Oreo -tations of light. And then it passes along to higher and higher areas as it passes the information along the neural signals along you can record neurons that will respond to more and more abstract features of something until you get up to in before. Or what's called IT before there's the ginger Campbell neurone, right? If you see a picture of you, and the idea is that all of these features have built and come together over time, and then come together in this very higher level to code for the entire object. So that's object recognition in the brain. And what Dan did and what others have done. Was to a deep learning network with layers that sort of mimic the hierarchical layers in the brain in visual cortex, and they would pass in images into that network and train it, and then they could analyze the units much like you analyze neurons and just look at the activity of those units in different layers, what they found was that much like neuroscientists see in visual cortex as the layers traversed. And it became to deeper deeper layer, the nature of the signal became more and more abstract you'd get like lines and edges and fuzzy patches and things like that. And then toward the top of the hierarchy one might say, you have these neurons that are spitting out ginger Campbell features. And then of course, this is a cycle because now they can use this deep neural network to test things on the deep neural network and ask well will that happen in the brain? Right. So this is always a cycle. But they intentionally set up this neural network to see. See whether it would process like the brain processes visual information up to object recognition. My understanding is was listening to the show of one of your other guests unsupervised thinking, and they were talking about how it doesn't look like something like back propagation actually happens in the brain. So some things that go on neural nets aren't the same. Right. And that's kind of beyond the scope of today's conversation..
"ginger" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"Unfortunately, I recorded most of this episode with a wrong pronunciation of MS Nelson's. Last name we have tried to. To replace the mispronunciations with three dubs. But I think there's probably be spots in here where the wrong pronunciation sneaks through when that happens. I just want to express my apologies to MS Nelson. This is brain science. The podcast where we explore how recent discoveries in neuro science or unraveling the mystery of how our brains make us human. I'm your host, Dr, ginger Campbell. And this is episode one hundred and forty seven. Today we're going to be talking about a book that I've been looking forward to for quite some time. It's called lessons from the lobster eve martyrs work in neuro science by Charlotte Nassem. This book is an intellectual biography, which means Nassem takes us through martyrs career through the lens of her ideas. Although this might seem like an unusual approach, it is quite fitting here because martyr has made so many important contributions in her forty plus years as a neuroscientist. Her career spans practically the entire history of neuroscience. As a recognized field. And I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels that she deserves a Nobel prize for one or more of her contributions. My goal today is to provide an overview of these contributions if you're.
"ginger" Discussed on What If World
"Do with their trash and ginger started sniffing around hungry one person can't take care of all of this but you can help us fix not mistake by coughing up the hoop stone and stay what do you mean every day i eat one violent trash at every day ted thousand piles get raid on top of whatever it is thus fix what if world's trash problem hungry punky i want to understand this but i need you to trust us got to spit out that stone the steady rain of trash continued as ginger pipedin his usually right about this stuff even though i don't listen to him our spend too much time here hungry hungry looked up and bag a rotted lettuce fell on his face the mudder with me i can't take care of this by myself and stone popped right out of his mouth and started rolling down mount whatever and as it did ginger and otis started to ever so slowly fade away lovely place to visit again maybe with some sort of magic immune twi mummy tat hippie home when i get back i happen to know that thome white now and you can't wait to see you and fred's brother and sister were gone why did you fade away fred i think we got some work to do here hungry and fairly looked down the mountain of trash while still more rained above them and as the three of them stood in silence on during what in the if world they could do that stone finally rolled to the bottom of the mountain where abacus p grumbler picked it up your day land anything this time throw your coveted trash live i should have put a cloud on the and i really hope you came out of hungary hungary's mouth well liam and porsche i hope you liked your story and back i hope you liked your new character he was just what i needed to tie everything together folks at home this was the first story that patriot members got early it's also higher quality audio without ads ever and once you're a member are patriot site gives you the rss feed so you can just plug it in wherever you listen to podcasts if that all sounds like gobbledygook to you i those the how to the patriot site every now and then as a reminder i'd like to thank all my new patriot members all my amazing fans who came to our show at children's book world and santa monica last weekend karyn marshall o keefe mico editor and producer jason oh for our artwork craig martin's and for our theme song and all you kids at home who know the good rules are made by people who understand our mistakes and just want to keep us from repeating them is there a rule you just don't quite understand talk to some grownups about it talk to some other kids give some detective work and tell us what you find out and until we meet again keep wondering.
"ginger" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
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"ginger" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"Agusan great news is now possible to get your premium subscription via pay pal or your credit card the premiums subscription allows you to access all episodes of brain science including about six years of content recorded before two thousand and thirteen and all episode transcripts a great way to access premium and free content is through the free brain science mobile app which is available for ios android and windows phone you'll find it in your favorite app store to learn more about premium go to brain science podcasts dot com brain science the podcast that explores how recent discoveries in urus is are helping unravel the mystery of how our brains make us human i'm your host dr ginger campbell and this is episode one forty five you will find complete show notes and episode transcripts at brain science podcasts dot com last month we talked with dr angela free to ritchie about the brain and language and this month we will talk with dr maryanne wolf about how our brains change when we learn to read there's a very important difference between language and reading language comes naturally as long as we are exposed to it during the critical period early in life but reading and writing our cultural inventions this is an idea i i explained way back in episode twenty four when i discussed dr wolf's book proust's in the squid the story and science of the reading brain in the early days of this podcast it was common for me to discuss a book and then have the author come on the show for a follow up conversation thus i actually interviewed dr wolf in episode twenty nine then last summer i returned to the science of reading in episode one thirty six where i discussed language at the speed of site by dr mark seidenberg i was unable to reach dr seidenberg to invite him on the show but reading his book prompted me to reach out to dr wolf and i discovered that she had written another book called tales of literacy for the twenty first century since then we've been trying to get together and i'm glad that we were finally able to record today's interview before we get into the interview i do want to give you an update about my facebook live efforts this month's effort was aborted due to technical difficulties and i want to.
"ginger" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"Is the ability to look at a whole range of variables and that are all disparate that are disorganized and immediately put them into a key ristic where you're looking at just to detail and us organize your environment i'm convinced ginger that part of executive function is a very powerful part of quantitative reasoning my guest is your ability to do math improves simply by creating a smaller attentional blink and as a direct result from your mindful is training no kidding what about whether this will also extend into the area of memory because it seems like a lot of times our memory problems are indirectly related to failures of attention well executive function of one of the corner stone component of executive function is working memory so the ability for short term memory to for your ability to attend to a particular stimulus and stay at it for a longer time is deeply improved every time you show executive function improvement did actually another way to get it working memory that completely surprised me and it's the first time ever in my entire career or write a book and i think i'm on number twelve though is a nutritional argument the reason why i say that is that i have been skeptical for so long about nutrition i use my whippingboy st john's wort go ahead regulate the failure right we people by this stuff off the shelf when they don't know what they are eating but more importantly the nutritional work itself has been so lawfully underfunded i believe deeply that nutrition of the what to say to us.