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"hickel" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

04:17 min | 3 d ago

"hickel" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"It because they don't have the jesus is no more dot e food they are putting true to bring peace wouldn't walk because he's is no part of the human nature they've been a big issue of peace since the creation when human decided to play dot. You know what devote told them. Don't listen to these are no more go. You would see a newbie like and that's the choice. We made dusty choice in human. We've made since then peace go does knew exactly does not obeying him will have sceviour consequence into a win life and up and you know from dead human. Haw is become terrible. Just think about buying assaulting is paradise for no reason and new patru of the east think about concentration camps. that's world human heart can do church sometime. We do minimise the human heart and can do human heart. A fifty years old can sexually assault or child. That's what human heart in. Do you know human hall volume and they do. Human heart can just decide. I don't like this part of people and this part of i will go and destroy them. You know what you mean hot in do human heart can make atomic bomb doing lot of the human still longing for peace deeply longing for peace but the grizzly nuts pace. That's unbelievable liver until we can give you level. We see how many kids today young teenager are taking on life. No what knuckle piece of pace internal conflict opponents this only one way we can come out of. The situation is when the warden people need will accept. The dissolution dog is put in place for us for you and me dot. Jesus death on the cross is hold the press prince of peace. You know what he did. I for you and me hickel side us we've got and that's the starting point of peace you know. We're heart.

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"hickel" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:50 min | Last month

"hickel" Discussed on Men, This Way

"To the way most people talk with most of us talk with chain as the leader of our stories would often tell people over. Not good at even. Hey you just make pancakes for your girl for your wife or your husband. You go take pancakes. Hey i hope you like these pancakes. Yeah i didn't have any blueberries or i didn't have any butter or you know. I cooked them too long even the way we do little things like present food. We add shame into it like why not. Just walk up to the person. Say hickel your pancakes. Babies are the best. You're gonna have literally feel the energy difference. You offer one and say oh. I forgot you blueberries. Blueberries your favorite. What's you're bringing shame into this. You're you're changing the energy to shame and the other one you say. Hey these are the best damn pancakes ever will. What's the energy there. it's fine. it's loving is magnetic so my question for anybody listening to the podcast now to just really reflect on some of the thoughts that you're saying to yourself that you repeat over to yourself the stories it's repeating over to yourself and ask those questions asked like what really what happened if the thing that you fear if that actually happened what what actually will happened and a lot of the times we see that really. I mean maybe some emotional discomfort but in the physical world like really nothing really would happen most of the time and then the other question i asked you know. Is that your story. Most of the time is not. I noticed a lot of the shame based thoughts i head. They came from my mother and father which is where most of it comes from. You use me indoctrinated religion through school through your parents or wherever you grew up with for me. It was my mother and father. Mashing based thinking came around money it came around. The money doesn't grow on trees. You don't know the value of money. Don't spend money on that. Save all your money. No don't blow money on that so it came it be. It was Limiting belief system around money and experienced that. When i wanted to quit my job my corporate job in two thousand. Twelve my hey. I'm going to quit my job. Well why would you do that. You're making seventy five thousand a year my well. That's not a lot of money. I actually can make a lot more. I could invest less energy and make more money. And i don't like this works so i wanna do work that i like. I wanna work. That inspires me. I want to do work that. There's a conscious capitalists capitalist side of where yeah understand. I'm exchanging money for goods and services but i wanna make sure that people are getting value and getting helped and the products that i'm selling now i don't i don't feel i feel like i'm actually hurting people so i wanted to make energetic switched for house making money but to them to people they just saw it. As you're throwing away seventy five thousand dollars a year which is not security..

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"hickel" Discussed on The Real Agenda Network

The Real Agenda Network

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"hickel" Discussed on The Real Agenda Network

"While you know as forest decline than animal species also declines water springs dried up agricultural began to collapse on the islands. They didn't have would build houses anymore. Even boats deficient and so this lead to a demographic collapse now for the down to make that example is simply that we ourselves. In capitalist society are holding to a similar kind of fetish where we have convinced ourselves that the most important sign of economic progress and political prestige and so on is gdp growth and so we we have been scrambling to generate gdp growth more every year on exponential curve but behind the scenes. Christly not behind the scenes right in front of our very eyes. What's happening is that we are. We are in the process dismantling the very foundations of the living world which we dependence for our existence and so while it might easy for us to sneer at a small island society that fell prey to myth of its own devising. I think that we have our own problematic. Messner own society that we failed to really scrutinized and i think that our unthinking obsession of the gdp growth is actually one of those lucky us comment by david attenborough. In you'll trap tweet says who thinks you can have infinite gross on the finite china to either madman or an economist. Looks whether or not that was david. originally said. It may be that. It's it's wrongly attributed to Remands i'm thinking about the easter islands. Example is the is that historians have other possible explanations for what happened on that island but the important points i think is that we know that during the asian expansion from southeast asia across the across the islands where easter island is then some societies succeeded and other societies failed and collapsed and and apologised. Archaeologists are very clear that what counts for the difference between the two is the fact that some had expansionary economic and political systems and devastated colleges depended on islands and others quickly learns to live within the boundaries of island systems. And so these are fundamentally different kinds of on these different ways of people seeing themselves in relation to the living world and this was difficult because the people populated the islands came from an expensive mainland's continents so they were used to being able to use many resources. They went through that with very little ecological impacts. Of course there was some but but when they took that ideology onto an island than it had devastating effects and so they had to learn to live different. So can we go back to the beginning. Would you mind explaining what. Gdp is and when it came to be used. As a measure of economic health fragility is effectively. A measure of all of the stuff that we extract and produce and consume and sell for money in the economy every year so in measures monetary transactions of economic production and that is a measure that came to exist in the nineteen thirties in the wake of the great depression. Now the economists who had his name is simon cuts and the idea. Was that if you're able to see the economic activity in the economy more clearly than you'll you'll know what parts need to be improved how to expand the money supply to get yourself out of the depression. How do you raise the levels of economic city to make sure that people have access to good wages and the things they need to live. Well right that was kind of the original idea and cousins was very careful to say. Gdp is effectively a dangerous measure of economic activity because if you start to pursue it as an objective in and of itself it will have dangerous social ecological consequences because it doesn't count the cost of growth so if you cut down a forest and sell that forest for timber to ikea furniture than gdp goes up but it does not count the cost of losing that forest as habitat for animals or as a sink for carbon emissions or whatever it might be..

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"hickel" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

Wardrobe Crisis

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"hickel" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

"That's why we call it. Capitalism and to do that requires exploitation from labor and extraction from the living world and crucially requires taking more from labor and from nature. Then you give back in return so in other words it's a system that cheapens human lives and cheapens non human lives or what we call nature and so it's no surprise that this system generates perpetual crises of social inequality and ecological breakdown so a post capital. Society is the opposite of that. It's a system that's based on. Reciprocity rather than extraction. And by. Reciprocity i mean reciprocity with each other and with the rest of the living world right so it's an economy that's organized around human flourishing and ecological regeneration rather than around perpetual capital accumulation. So you know what does that look like in real life. Well imagine that the parts of the economy that are most important for human wellbeing are de commodified right so in other words. Imagine having universal access to high-quality healthcare education public transportation affordable housing healthy local food from farms that practice regenerative agriculture. Like imagine all the stuff is necessary for your welfare and then imagine that we all have guaranteed universal access to those things imagine how that would change our society like it would totally transform the way our communities operate it would transform the incentives in the economy and so on yeah highway to go down exactly and so and then also imagine that we have like a living wage for everybody who works and thereby we effectively ends labor exploitation and that we have a reciprocal relationship with nature so that we regenerates the lands instead of simply extract from it right and a good example of this is take the agriculture industry like right now we have industrial approaches to agriculture which are based on you know super chemical intensive extractive processes that degrade the soils and kill off bio-diversity and destroy insect habitats. And so on but then on the other hand we have you know. Regenerative farming practices that have been developed by indigenous people and by communities in the global south for many generations that actually that use poly culture techniques and restore life into the soils and sequester carbon and produce healthy natural food. And that's totally the opposite. That's a system that gives back to the land and restore the lands rather than simply taking from the lens. And so that's kind of what. I'm talking about here when i think about reciprocity with nature while i that was a beautiful picture literally swooning right now just thinking about it. How are we are. are we from this. We are far in some crucial respects in the sense of. You know what what just painted for you is is kind of the opposite of our existing economic system a million light years away. Yeah but at the same time. There are lots of sort of promising little points of light on the horizon. The first thing is that there is huge and growing interest in these ideas. Right i think the people on some deep level recognize that the existing system is not working is hugely destructive to both human beings and to you know non human beings and nobody wants to live in a system where that's the case where consumption patterns in our daily lives rely on brutal exploitation of people in other parts of the world not the billionaires. Yeah we clearly want something different. So that's one thing there's a lot of there's like a groundswell of interest in this. The other thing is that you know. Just last year new zealand's not too far from you. The prime minister there cluj to remove gdp growth as an objective for her government's budget and shifted to focusing on human wellbeing instead. And that's a huge step and when that was announced it like it was a huge deal on social media totally inspiring the prime ministers of the first minister of scotland and the prime minister of iceland immediately decided to follow suit..

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"hickel" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

Wardrobe Crisis

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"hickel" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

"Is a great example. Like s what tina's to poor basically. It's a pay a permanent staff in geneva to argue for that our interests in the world trade organization and that is that's devastating for them because it means that They they barely get voice when it comes to the very trade rules that decide their face including the face of the garment workers. That are employed. That's what teaming so Yeah again over and over again. These systems are deeply problematic and need to be fundamental challenge. So you talked about inequalities being designed deliberately into the global economic system. So i would like fay you to unpack this quote of yours if you are willing. Colonialism may have ended a half century ago but those will patterns of plunder continue to stay with ruinous consequences to the extent that de growth in high income nations release school south communities from the grip of extractivism represents the colonization in truest sense of the term. I think you've covered a little bit of this in previous question. Go ahead yeah. So there's a couple of dimensions to this. The first is as before you know. The global north relies on a significance net appropriation of raw materials from the global south. So i'm not a preparation on like they take way more than they give back in trade right so in the region of ten to twelve tons of raw materials per year which you know the consequences of that extraction south. So there's also the question of climate change which you mentioned earlier whereby like our atmospheric commons have been effectively colonized by the global north so the global north has a significant responsibility to reduce its emissions. Much faster than the global average right given their historical responsibility for this problem. Now the only way to do that quickly. Enough to scale down excess production and consumption global north in order to reduce energy demands and enable a really rapid transitions renewables. And so in that sense like if we want to decolonize expes the the global north taking its climb responsibility seriously..

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"hickel" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

Wardrobe Crisis

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"hickel" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

"The growth is something that could save the fashion industry. And how do you think would happen. Yeah well so it depends on what you mean by save. I guess i mean. I think more like it's more like it would save us from the fashion industry in a way i mean. The fashion industry is interesting because it's a classic example of a sector the economy that's basically programs to keep growing forever even though we don't actually need to right and so over the past couple of decades using this really dramatic shifts towards Fast fashion really aggressive advertising speeding up the turnover of products and all of this has a really devastating effects both ecologically and socially in terms of labor exploitation and so on. So you know the fashion industry itself needs to effectively de grow. And what's what's interesting about. This is that it could lead us to a better fashion industry. One that's less ecologically destructive unless exploitation of labor and so in this sense i think yes it can save the fashion industry. And i'm i'm kind of interested in the slow fashion movements and how this might relate to de growth so it's similar of course to the slow food movements in the ideas to focus on like local fashion designers. Wherever possible you know. High quality long lasting fabrics closed the house culture and meaning behind them which means that people are more likely to hold onto close for longer and having emotional meaningful connection to it. And i think that yeah. I think getting rid of advertising in the industry would be a huge a huge step in the right direction. Absolutely absolutely i mean one of my mottos is. We need to get off the fashion treadmill. This might affect you personally. But fashion is driven by trends right in terms of consumers. I mean growing up all of us one of the things we always heard whether it was on the radio in magazines earn television. You'd have a fashion segment. One of the first things they would say is this season's trend is and it wasn't even a question of whether or not you should follow a trend. It was more like a dictatorship with you are supposed to wear this particular color or garment this particular season. You're not okay. And i think that recently your talk. You mentioned fast fashion. I think that fashion has taken that notion and exacerbated with fashion at the moment another thing is really popular is the circular economy right. So fashion is producing. I think around one hundred fifty billion garments Or something like that. And so there's this notion among some communities that if we were just recycled everything then it would be a solution. What do you think about that. Yeah so i'm i'm definitely a proponents of circular economy. Thinking we definitely need to make our economy more circular and the fashion industry at what as well. But there's a couple of things to think about here first of all. A circular economy is not compatible with the growth-oriented economy right so the fashion industry. For example if we made the fashioned see more circular that would actually be inimical to the perpetual expansion of the industry why because expansion requires pulling more resources and energy into the system and what circular economy does is it basically pushes you to operate with the existing quantity of resources and energy in the system which is good. But it's not compatible with growth. So yes let's be more circular but to get there..

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"hickel" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

Wardrobe Crisis

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"hickel" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

"Ethics and the business and madness of fashion although again missed you welcome back to another series. Five share the mike episode. This one is guest hosted by nina gabor. She's a sustainable fashion stylist a speaker and educator and also the development editor of would crisis magazine. She writes fantastic stories. I've run a website. Which is the wardrobe crisis. Dot com now nina. So interesting this one. She's in conversation with the economist. Jason hickel he's got a new book. How it's cooled less is more howdy. Growth will save the world and ever since she did this interview. I've just been seeing jason's name everywhere. Of course the growth is a hot topic to essentially it's about challenging capitalism's obsession with gdp and perpetual expansion. They talk about what's the alternative and We finally awake to the reality of climate breakdown and ecological collapse in planetary boundaries. And all the rest of it buso. What is the alternative. We re imagine the system and shift our priorities. There's this whole part of this chat where they talk about measuring well being as a mark of a successful doing that new zealand. It's so interesting so there's a lot to sink your teeth into in this one is absolutely riveting really going to enjoy it but before i hand you over some exciting news about the end of this series we've got a couple more guest hosts lined up in this format. But can you guess who were planning on for the closing episode of series five drum. Roll dear listener. It's you how good this. So if you'd like to be on the podcast. What you have to do is head over to the wardrobe crisis on instagram. Email me throw website and tell us why. So i think about if i trust you the mike. What story would you love to tell. What message would you like to put out there. If you've ever offensive being on the podcast than this is your chance will also be doing a bunch of instagram lives and riposting all instagram stories that shattered by community that use the hashtags wardrobe crisis and share the podcast. Mike that week so this so many different opportunities to be involved and to shat your with all of us. I'm really excited account weights so please get in touch. Tell your friends is going to be so much fun. And i just can't wait to hear from you and find out who's going to be bad and which stories we're gonna share okay. I'm out of here either. Tina hello everyone. I need a war for this week's crisis podcast episode. I'm.

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A Fermentation Celebration (with Sam Pike)

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

09:28 min | 11 months ago

A Fermentation Celebration (with Sam Pike)

"Hello, and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcasts for ladies and Gentlemen Cool Trivia and sticking it to annoying teams. It pop quiz where your hosts I'm Lauren and I'm Julia Hey, Joel Lord Hey you know it's getting chilly. We love those fall foods they're all coming up. and. One of the things that you can do in the fall I've heard I've never done it before is setup vegetables and fruits for the winter you know like our forth like in the olden days when you had a root cellar when yeah. When he had a root cellar, that's my mother likes to say. So I thought, that was a perfect time for us to bring on a very special guest four guests tober guests hct. which the song we will, we will put insert interesting music here. Hey everybody engineer Josh here instead of the guests over theme to apologize for some of the audio this week's episode we had record this in the afternoon. So we gave our baby to mind Mr Information Co host Steve to take a little nap. Unfortunately she woke up a couple of Times Mason commotion that we wouldn't get picked up on Mike, but it did I did my best. Mix wherever I could sponsor, it was possible or maybe some anise I just wanted to make clear that we're not ignoring her baby to do the podcast. She was just given the business on. That out of the way, please enjoy the show. But we have a wonderful guest today by former intern and a fermentation Guru Sam Pike Sam. Below thanks for being here to the show Sam. Pleasure to be here. Sam I. First thing you guys need to know about him is that he was one of our earliest and our best when I was working at the messy and when we first saw his because you know, you have to submit a CV when you're an intern at the se were various professional and we saw his full name. On the was Samuel Gag now pike and I we were like is this a civil war ghost? Is He? Has, he lived forever and so from there on in and God bless Sam for being such a good sport about we insisted that he was a civil war ghost, the entire time, and as long as I've known him, we continuously poke fun at the fact, and actually at one point Julian I got drunk and made up an entire TVs we planned to TV show around it's called the eternal soldier. He's been wandering the earth for the last two, hundred and thirty years and the theme song is Taylor Swift's welcome to New York because he obviously he writes into your and I'm right. GMT. Yeah, that's our TV. Show, and of course, he comes to New York obviously to solve murders. Yes. Yes as you do. CBS is all procedural. Oh. This is CBS show. I wasn't clear and also not for nothing Sam. I'm so sorry we took your so. We will not be paying you residuals at all. Right, let's get to play myself in the show. Absolutely you even look like a civil war coast. So being a minor and all, but anyway, I'm so sorry to take a any more of your time Sam. Please tell us what you're going to be talking to us today about. All right. So I'm Sam and I'm GonNa Tell You all about fermentation and the different kinds of from anticipation over the history of the science, some of the culture, some of the contemporary stuff too because it's still going it's still evolving in it is still advancing. That's very exciting. I gotTA. Tell you I don't know. Anything. Neither do I mean we've listened to people tell us about how they make wine and beer and Sticks didn't stick Yeah Yeast? Something marist. But we're GONNA find out from Sam Sam please take it away I cannot wait to hear So you guys know a bit about like beer and wine or vaguely about. One of the three kind of pillars of fermentation I'm GonNa talk about so. Wine and beer that's made leasing primarily. The same has made us us to make bread. Et for men's sugars endow. Hall. The other two types are lactoferrin venting often call Hick link that says what's called Lactobacillus the type of bacteria that can birds carbohydrates into Lactic. ACID. and. A. Few other things sometimes, sometimes a little bit of alcohol sometimes, Carbon Dioxide sometimes see the gasset which talk to cobb out more later. Ended the third kind is. It's in America's It's broadly called Koji fermenting. It's what's done to make down. Like soy sauce missile soccer it's hard. It's harnessing mold to ferment. To. ferment. Things, slightly different process Right so And Fuel Freeman feel free to interrupt me at any point to get clarification or. We will we will. Kind of assumed is much. You're used to be at this point. Sam. lactoferrin renting or using lactobacillus. That is what I know. The most is I teach frequent workshops on it's what I can and doing daily. If I should camera slightly he would see just a huge row of Sauerkraut sitting just above my. Yeah. Saint Ours and Jar Sam's Instagram is basically just bubbling jars of of who knows what that he forged from the woods? Yes. Exactly. Am I not wrong you're not. The worst part is a horrible habit of not labelling everything. Guess what stuff is in how old it is. It's never not been fine. So unsafe there. Oh, okay jars. Not sure. Sure of this is bad or not. Guess we'll try it. Snow tested. So, what leftover mentoring is, it's harnessing this bacteria that. Is. A little bit of chemistry right here that I don't I barely know about what it does. It takes carbohydrates newco simple sugars in which are the chemical makeup is c six, h twelve, O six and breaks down into a few other substances the most important one being lactic acid, which is see three, eight, six, three. And the reason that wants to sewn Horton is that lactic acid drops the key age of the substance of the buner making end makes it last longer preserve Okay. So. If you just let the food out, normally, it would just kind of like. Go. Get bad mold bad smell. Awful. This smells awful. The some people a lot of people, but it's still perfectly safe to eat even make some of the nutrients and minerals a lot more accessible. And the way people are the hardest. This bacteria easily been harnessing at for thousands of years is by adding salt. So that period that produces this lactic acid it can. Stay withstand able an acidic environment, but also a salty environment which things cannot do. So by adding salt, the cabbage is that bacteria will just quickly take over multiply in. ferment everything until it's perfectly say. That's interesting. It's incredibly easy to do at home for like. I mean, it was done accidentally first centuries think about it. The microscopes were invented until relatively recently, people really didn't know a dockyard east even was they just they kind of knew the process entitles like magic or a gift from God or something They're alive for theories they're really need them the basics remain laughter permitting is a vessel. It. More only time places. You'll see like crosser. Back of some sort. The easiest way to do it at home is just take a mason jar can old pickle jar or a refresh Lee bought Mason Jar, just. Cut Up some cabbage mix it with some salt N. just packed their real tight in. Let it for that. See you don't have to add any liquid or anything. So we're talking about SAUERKRAUT. You don't get any liquor sour talents was so frightening there's enough liquid in the cabbage itself OSMOSIS SIS in like chopping the cabbage bricks enough cell walls at all this water just gets leached at the cabbage in submerged the cabbage totally in its own liquids. That's that had no idea. There are few other vegetables like tomatoes are the same but something like that hickel cucumber. You could slice and mashed us that out but the relief roast texture. Yeah yes. He leave it whole than you make what's call it salt brine, which is just water and salt mixed together and just with the cucumbers in that, they just start permitting on their own.

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"hickel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"hickel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kate re worth book Doughnut Economics is essentially an alarm, a warning that the blind pursuit of economic growth leaves out too many people and puts too much strain on the planet's resources. Some policy makers who read the book wanted more practical ideas. So Ray Worth has been busy setting up a doughnut economics action lab. To create customized blueprints for communities in pursuit of sustainable growth. There very much bespoke portrait for those cities. She's already created These city portrait's for Philadelphia and Portland, Oregon. This is a very hard look in the mirror. Of the 21st century reality. How do we actually create more social equity for the most deprived neighborhoods in our city and cut our carbon emissions at the same time? How do we transform diets in our city and improve water quality and improve? Green roofs and have more green trees in the poorest neighborhoods. There's one city that has embraced the donut philosophy more aggressively than any other. My name is Monica from during and that's a mirror. The city of Amsterdam. Van Dorn. X Prime responsibilities are urban development and sustainability, which has to do with the energy transition, but also circular economy. What exactly is a circular economy? Well, that's the million dollar question the economic anthropologist Jason Hickel again so the way that the plan is going to pressure is to maximize recycle ability and minimize the extraction of new resources. A lot of people are fed up with this kind of we throw away everything like this disposable society.

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"hickel" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"hickel" Discussed on Mom Brain

"Help so truthfully I can teach everybody how to report it what to say. I'm really good. My Co author. Dr Actor Jon Preston and I do a lot of diagnosing and what's going to happen and here's what you should do and then take that to a doctor but let's say you're in rural Ohio and there's no psychiatry live and that's one of the biggest problems so you just stick with it. Keep going with your charts. Get things call a social worker. If you have to chart and eventually you'll get a child into treatment but it all starts with charting and reporting do you would think that if depression is a hormone in response in many in many cases that diet would affect that this. But you're saying ver- bipolar and for sort of the more advanced ones. It doesn't it doesn't have as why there is no question question. And what did it even with me. Those of us with bipolar. I have so much weight gain for medications. I just have so much weight gain than I have to deal with and I don't even Hickel Hickel on medications so a lot of our weight issues that you see are often not food related. That's the first thing the reason you don't see a book about the Diet for bipolar is that yes it absolutely can refer. Depression might eat him help with anxiety but there is so far. No Diet for mania psychosis I yes vote. We tend not to eat when romantic. And when psychotic when we're psychotic foods really weird to us like Spaghetti will look like monkey brains or you're thinking food is poisoned or there's something in the food so the next level. SMI that we call these illnesses does a good diet help. Of course it does but there's not anything so far of it being able to help the superintendents Menia and psychosis that comes. Why does sleep help? So it's a circadian rhythm disorder so Canadia which the Nobel Prize which just went for Circadian Rhythm a couple years ago. This is absolutely asleep disorder as can be depression which makes total sense with seasonal affective disorder. Order eight so time changes light all of that. That's the twenty four hour clock that we have so for me coming to New York. I stayed on Portland time. There is no way I can go Portland New York for a few days..

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"hickel" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"hickel" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"hickel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"hickel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"hickel" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"hickel" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Standing of a narrow part of our political landscape. And so at the end of of a year or month or years, you'll have a far greater understanding of how these things connect sort of feel like, you know. Having spoken to we have a prerecorded interview that did for that's where we're going to run. I think in April on the dust bowl. And and sort of the the the capitalist practices that bring about sort of the economic devastation in a place like the dust bowl. And how we see that same dynamic play out in as as Jason Hickel was explaining in India and see this all throughout the the the world. I must feel like we need like one day year. We do twenty four hour podcast where we just sort of like. Show the the connections between these these rather than having to sort of like who's got the time to put it all together. Do you know what I'm saying trust the audience to do that? Well, you gotta take weekends for right? And so people Brennan, so that's a good idea to big black. Boy, it's gonna be a big blackboard get a huge. There's also probably probably do something like TV. We could have like a rolling blackboards as you pretend. Like, you're stepping to the right. The TV is actually moving. Yes. Glenn Beck about right? Anyways, folks, that was a a little bit of a detour in my saying that you can sport this program which attempts to provide that rolling blackboard every day by going to join the majority of port dot com. I also don't forget sport. Just coffee dot co op trade coffee, tea or chocolate coupon code majority..

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"hickel" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"hickel" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"All right, folks. We're gonna take quick break when we come back. We're gonna talk to Dr Jason Hickel. Author anthropologist and fellow at the Royal Society of arts who wrote a book in I think it was twenty seventeen twenty eighteen. On the divide a brief guide to global inequality. And it's Lucians. We'll be right back after this. We are back Sam cedar on the majority report on the phone. It is pleasure to welcome to the program. Dr Jason Hickel, an anthropologist, author fellow at the Royal Society of arts into author of the divide a brief guide to global inequality, and it's Lucians welcome to the program. Jason hickel. Okay. So let's start with when we talk about the divide. Give us a sense of what we're talking about internationally like who are what countries are what side of of of what ledger and what determines that? Okay. So in the books that I I use the global north and global south which are kind of better these days than than west in the restaurant for through third world..

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"hickel" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"hickel" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"Why I actually have a little neck for just well for. But it's just me cutting them, and I might even put little pickles around and relish look at that. I found your spot Johnson phase Hickel's on a little pickles and your stuff on there too. By the way, there is somebody in your family who will be the hero and say it's for me. It's my daughter Kimberly now, my husband will help all the time. He's great. I hear a little hesitant there. Yeah. He'll help all the time. Very helpful. Here's what I'll say about what I've learned. Roger will do anything that. I don't tell him telepathically. I have to actually tell him with my mouth. Hey, it would be great. If you unloaded the dishwasher. Hey, could you can we just moved into marriage advice? True marriage saving vice. But when I'm like, he's just standing there doesn't he know that the dishwasher needs to be emptied. And I finally after fifteen years almost marriage realize, no he doesn't it's never occurred to him that the dishwasher needs to be unload. Everybody's overwhelmed in different ways. Then maybe most guys going. I don't even know where to start here. Do the wrong thing that then we'll set me off like why are you out cleaning the barbecue that? Because it's outside the house right to have somebody like, Roger if he he'll say give me a list, and I'll make it all happen. And that is a brilliant my daughter, Kimberly, she's the one who will come over and say, if you need me to clean the bathroom, if that's what's going to serve you best mom you need. And we're sitting here are the hearts are beating his mom. Yeah. There are other people have never asked my mom to come over and clean my bathroom day is done. Please. She is. Yeah. She she still helps, but let's give her fun. Prog have you had enough time? Now over the last few years to actually develop a list where it's become more routine. Where you just kinda take two cabinets which? Yeah. That might be a little much..

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"hickel" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

Veterans Helping Veterans

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"hickel" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

"Because I'm a mad to me Detmer attorneys ad here. And bs. I sorta have or beetle against those Ah that. them not there's isn't some really good ones. But anytime the be learn its office phone and time to be Hickel. You think I can't help but still hurt obligation towards VA? And. I see what stop. But I don't may never will. Because they are some good BSO talk to Madame. No, no people have worked with help. But not hot. Right. And I'm thinking that they're getting closer and closer. Good. Well. I'm not sure if I if you remember last time, we talked I told you my husband. He's a veteran and. You just filed his his claim. So and of course, I can't do it for him. But he he's been navigating by himself and I'm really proud of him being zone. But he just kind of started the process. So we'll see how that goes is here now, bedroom or bad. Ma'am. Mayor. He actually deployed to Iraq in the initial push into. In two thousand five he was in the hundred first airborne division. And. So he saw quite a bit of combat. Oh, so he is combat back. Then. Yeah. He had much trouble. I mean, the band, you know? Depend on what he's file aboard. But. Well, I know most of the basic ones that people file for the lumbar back, the knees, hearing, wives and. I mean, definitely all of those. Yeah. When they drop them out, helicopters or planes with their hundred someone town pack. I mean, I think he ended up losing about an inch abused hike. I don't doubt it. You know, we're bad several. Airborne bedrooms on here on the radio here, and talk and most believe their knees out ankles, or certainly I'll had back issues and whenever be carrying that kind of way. What are they jump out of plane or not to be back? Plane. No. And enter or you have arthritis and their backs and probably most joints and everything. Yeah. Yeah, they're pretty they're closer news. A lot of them hips..

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"hickel" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"hickel" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"The modern VR equivalent of the classic brawler, the old x men Simpson's ninja turtles, four player brawler games that were an evolution of gauntlet or double dragon. This is now the VR equivalent of that it is you jump into this space and its combat. That's is combat in one environment for a period of time until you hope to make it to the end during which she will fight a bunch of little baddies annual. At maybe a couple bosses and I understand if you do well enough, you can actually fight three bosses and if you sometimes you lose and sometimes you win. So a lot of heroes, a lot of locations you played through all the heroes. We'll talk about this week's projections as well. The heroes are different kind of like their classes in terms of projectiles based and and different scales. She plays the pig as the hulk small sprocket Yahun and then the levels are even though they're visually different and structurally different. Of course, there's the same objectives defend this area. You got to collect certain things, power nodes and bring him back. And then like you said, many bosses pop up, but it's really about point collecting a game, think about it's less about it's a button mashing point collecting. Let's team up to beat this mission together with three other friends for people and see who can get the most points. That's right. Everytime you hit somebody points fly out of their head. It's very Arcadi. The. The strength of the game is the variety of the characters and the variety of the weapon styles amongst them. While there might be a bunch of classes that are similar because you're in having the character in VR they still feel a little different. So even though there's a bunch of characters that that shoot projectiles when I'm rocket because I'm scaled down and I have to actually grab the gun out of my holster if feels a little different than when I'm, you know, different projectile character. Yeah, and they all have different sort of superpowers special powers that you have to power up to. I really thoroughly enjoyed the variety of stuff. I totally agree with that. I think that is the biggest selling point of the game because the game play itself is repetitive. It's your play. You're doing the same thing like they're throwing random bosses at you. Every time you go to a level, you don't know which Bausch you're gonna get. Maybe it's LOKI, maybe it's ole Tron, but they're all kind of the same. Like they're all powerful and the Hickel lot of damage and you have to run away. When they used their superpower to get outside their area of fact, and then go back to the, you know their area and fight them some more, but it's kind of repetitive in the same way that those old brawlers were and they were popular game. So this is a game play loop that that works well, I would say at least for the old brawlers because the levels were flat. It was easy for them to generate new levels, right? Like. Here the levels designed and there's JAMA tree in them, and they look different only only played a handful of them all the different enough to keep it interesting the different, but they're the same, like they're all like the three story, right? Yeah, I don't think the levels are what keep the game. Interesting. I, it's that it's experimenting with the different heroes and finding which one you like. And the good thing is they're all a little bit fun and a good half of them are really fun. There was a point where I was playing the hulk and I just started giggling because I was embodying that character so much because as the hulk, you don't have guns, you're just smashing stuff and you're winging your hands together in hitting the ground. And when you unlock that superpower, it's just hilarious because you're just acting like a crazy monkey at your down. All over the place norm was black bolt last night and didn't talk throughout that level. He played his black. XM yin character except one. When I use my superpower, the sonic scream, I was rocket and I would try to spin around shooting my guns and every direction indiscriminately. It is a lot of fun to inhabit the characters..

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"hickel" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"hickel" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Jason hickel isn't i'm for apologies that the london school of economics originally from swaziland he spent a number of years living with migrant workers in south africa studying patten's of exploitation and political resistance in the white of apartheid alongside his ethnographic work he writes about development inequality and global political economy for the guardian another online outlets his new book the divide a brief guide to global inequality in and solutions is out now jason while come to under the skin thank you for having me russell is there an honor to have you on your actually a doctor i am although not the kind reconsider life sadly good because you know i mean we will cut to buy medicine and all that kind of stuff but a much more interested in tune to you about global inequality and a full one things after sort of like reason having had our goal on the show for example when talking about huge issue like climate change is interesting i feel to listen to the framework within which these conversations pathetically conversations about significant change at the take place within its overnight in a of framework i wonder if you could talk to us give us a bit of an overview of global inequality how it how things stand economically how we go into this position and then moved to a crack on from there.

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