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Ghosts in Your Bedroom?It's Probably Sleep Paralysis

The Savvy Psychologist's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health

05:40 min | 5 months ago

Ghosts in Your Bedroom?It's Probably Sleep Paralysis

"While come back the savvy psychologist I'm your host Dr Jade Woo. Every week will help you meet life's challenges with evidence based research, a sympathetic ear and zero judgment. Today we look at the freaky phenomenon of sleep paralysis and experience that has inspired ghost stories and Ilian abduction conspiracies. Fortunately. There's a scientific explanation for why it happens and also ways to prevent it. Different Cultures have explained frightening experience called sleep paralysis in various different ways. And Brazilian folklore a crowned with long fingernails lurks on the roof and tramples on sleepers chests. In Japanese mythology vengeful spirits come to suffocate their enemies while they sleep. For Canadian, Eskimos, it's a spousal Shamans, paralyze a sleeper while giving them vivid hallucinations. And in Contemporary American culture sleep paralysis has taken on the mythology of alien abductions. Sleepers wake up unable to move seeing or feeling the presence of aliens or at least shadows in the room while experiencing zapping sensations and a feeling of suffocation. But it turns out that all of these symptoms describe sleep paralysis, asleep disorder, or symptom of a sleep disorder that temporarily alters a person's mobility perception thinking and emotional state during that weird transition stage between sleeping and waking. Sleep rouses surprisingly common almost eight percent of the general population has experienced it at least once. But if you're a student or someone with a psychological diagnosis, your chances of experiencing, it goes up to almost one in three. But rest assured sleep paralysis is usually harmless especially if it only happens rarely. But why does it happen at all? When should you worry about it and how can you prevent sleep paralysis? While, let's start with a little bit of sleep science. The paralysis part of sleep paralysis actually happens every night when you sleep even though you're usually not aware of it that's because of a special type of sleep called rapid eye movement or REM sleep. Rem Sleep is often referred to as a stage of sleep that takes up twenty to twenty five percents of your typical night. It occurs in a few chunks mostly during the second half of the night. During Rem your brain is very active the electrical signals from the brain look almost the signals has when you're awake. This is also when most dreaming happens along with a lot of emotional processing that the brain does behind the scenes. But importantly, your body is immobilized during rim. Other than the is moving around lots hands the rapid eye movement your muscles lose muscle tone. This is your body's way of preventing you from acting all your dreams, which is a good thing because otherwise you may be running of the room or punching your bed partner while you sleep. So every night during rem you are paralyzed while you hallucinate and process emotions. Usually you don't realize is happening because you're asleep but sometimes when the veil between sleep and wake becomes really thin and you find yourself straddling both worlds of wakefulness and rem sleep at the same time. That's where sleep paralysis can come out. Because suddenly you're awake and paralyzed while you hallucinate an process emotions. Often, this also comes with a racing heart fear and sometimes even a feeling of impending death or doom. The sensation collapse a few seconds to a few minutes though seconds or minutes can feel like a long time when you're scared out of your wits, no wonder people around the world have mistaken sleeper Hollis's for demonic attacks. The good news is that sleep paralysis is usually harmless is simply a temporary snafu and asleep wake brain system that Phil. To transition you completely from sleep to wake. If only happens rarely to you you don't need to worry. But for some people sleep paralysis is more frequent. They're more prone to it or more at risk for it than the average person. So, who are these people and why are they more prone to sleep paralysis? Let's start with narcolepsy asleep wake disorder that is rare and complicated but primarily, a disrupts ability to stay awake and sleep paralysis can be one of the symptoms. An, along with paralysis narcolepsy often also comes with hallucinations when you're falling asleep this is called hip hip jake host nations suddenly falling asleep or losing muscle tone during the day and having poor nighttime sleep quality. If you experience these symptoms along with being just really sleepy, you should ask your doctor for referral to asleep study. Another group of people who are prone to sleep promises is people with anxiety and trauma related disorders including panic disorder generalized anxiety, disorder, social anxiety, or death anxiety, and having experienced trauma or having post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD also can make you more likely to have sleep promises.

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TESS Of The Exoplanets

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

TESS Of The Exoplanets

"Willer site is finally going to find Ilian see patient on astronomers of compared finding evidence of aliens among the stars to finding a needle in a haystack. If they understand the haystack better their searches stand, a better chance planets circle other stars are called Exo planets. It's very important to learn more about them. That's why NASA launched the transiting Exo planet survey, satellite, or tests into eighteen but already searched for earth like exoplanets Kepler space telescope, they found that small rocket exit planets are fairly common some of these planets might be like earth tests is taking the next step beyond Kepler in some ways the two spacecraft are alike. Both detect planets using the transit method this measures the small dip in light intensity that happens. An extra planet passes in front of its parents star, but Kepler could only monitor one small patch of the sky and many of the planets at found were far away tests on the other hand has the ability to study the whole sky. And its mission is to search for planets around five hundred thousand bright nearby stars, the goal is to find nearby exit planets with conditions, potentially suitable for life resumed can resent spacecraft to those nearby exit planets now because they're still too far away to reach with current technology. What astronomers hope is that the next generation of space based telescopes will be able to tell the composition of the atmospheres of the relatively nearby Exo planets that tests fines, they'll be looking for atmosphere bio signatures combinations of gases. That might indicate that life is present moment of science come from Indiana University. I'm Don glass. I'm Yahya Cassandra.

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"ilian" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"ilian" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Facts in history. She says hearing Friday. I'm not gonna repeat we played it already numerous Democrats rally behind tally after Trump fired off his tweet. So here we have Trump who's accused of being an anti Semite and racist pointing out an anti Semite and a bigot. And they attack him Trump. Numerous Democrats rallied behind telly after Trump fired off his Twitter. Supporters included representatives, Mark PO con democrat, Wisconsin era bloom ir. Democrat Oregon and Ilian Omar big Minnesota tell even Omar the only two Muslim women in congress. What's that have to do with anything? What do anything? This is another transparent attempt to so division between minority communities and distract from your own criminal behavior, by smearing a Muslim woman, Omar tweeted, she's sick, though, tell even Omar been accused of saying things that have been deemed antisemitic in some cases, people on both sides of the aisle have said so and their defense Democrats continue to claim that the comments are being taken out of context. Well, let me tell you. What's not taken out of context? She's now lied about the history of that area. The poor Palestinians say gave up all their land. So the Jews could come back after the holocaust and as a result there. Now the victims that's not what happened. The Jews began moving back into the area about one hundred and fifty years ago. Arab started to follow them because they wanted jobs and so forth as the Jews were actually creating function communities. That's what was taking place. Liar. I'll be right back..

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"ilian" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"So just like, it's tolerance for me. But not for the just like it's diversity for me. And not for the. Bigotry for me. But not for the if you try to secure your nation in your borders and your cultural heritage, you're a bigot. And if you won't accept that Ilian Omar's of bigot because she comes from a country that is dominated by big views, your big too. 'cause here's what it really means. If you're not wearing jersey, you're a bigot. No matter what you believe. And if you are wearing jersey, you're not a bit no matter what you believe. That's all this is this is a cult. It's a Colt. That's what it is anybody want to add any of that before I move onto something else. I want to address I would just say that you've spent a lot of time diagnosing why the Republican party needs to die for basically what amounts to fraud will what you just outlined. Here is the fundamental reason why the democrat party needs to die comma Harris's comments there. That's an these things again. That's connect some more dots. We can change human behavior who's the week. The crowd surrounding the tower of Babel. Yes, what she's giving you? There is the cradle statement. Of spirit of the age, progressivism. With enough tax dollars with enough political power. We can change people's behavior. We can save them. We can sanctify them. We can redeem them to argue with me. This isn't a cult s- to argue with me this is not the rival religion..

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"ilian" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"He said that he's not like other above is not just going to let them get away. They're not gonna call him that and that every single day. So when it becomes an election of personalities typically Wheaton, we not Democrats win this. But Donald Trump doesn't act like other Republicans in that scenario. He's just he's always gonna go lower. He's always going to grab the low hanging fruit. He's always going to be on the attack on the attack on the attack. And I don't think the Democrats are going to be able to stand up to that. And the policies that they are gonna push are gonna be crazy sources policies that people don't actually support. So I just I don't think Trump is guaranteed to beat this thing. It's gonna be a tough race to matter. How you slice it. Because his unpopular. He's just so unpopular. But I I don't think the Democrats are offering a popular alternative to him right now. To the question a year January of twenty twenty one let's fast forward. So after the primaries after the next general election cycle, the when we when when government comes back after the twenty twenty election who is more likely to still be an office Ilian, Omar or Donald Trump top, Omar. Wow. That you know, when when when you watch the NFL scouting combine and a guy that you washed his tape, and you weren't impressed. And then he goes out there, and like blows up the underwear Olympics and here the scouts on the NFL network say I'm not to go back and watch his game tape. Maybe I missed something. Right. Okay. Having taught. Get to the right of me on pessimism. Oh is making me doubt my own analysis. I'm gonna be honest about that here. Aaron what do you think? It's omar. Wow. Because I agree with you, Chris. But your I your answer is going to be Trump right now. It's gonna be a long mar. And I'll tell you. I'll tell you why should more likely than Trump to win reelection. It's because the community that she represents. And this actually speaks to a larger point that Republicans should be talking about in. I haven't seen the bring up yet. When the Democrats are making excuses for Lana Maher's comments, part one of the things they said is William she just comes from a different culture, where it's it's more appropriate to say, the sorts of things it's not appropriate for America. They basically undermined their own multicultural argument. And they said that and the community that represents a Somali refugee communities so that, but the point is the culture of that community is such that they they're antisemitic..

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"ilian" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on KNSS

"The democrat party and the media keeps putting forward three of the dumbest human beings I've ever heard. And they have a lot of dumb people. Alexandria Kostia Cortes. And like a course now. Conservatives and broadcasting at talent don't underestimate her dawn underestimate how can you underestimate her? I is through the floor. Look how popular she has. No, she's being made popular by the media. Sorry matter of underestimating her. Stop promoting her. Then we have Ilian, Omar. Minneapolis, Saint Paul. One of two women who happen to be Muslim who are elected to congress. I'll have you know. Now, let me talk about two of them. And that is hard. Tests in she's on the floor of the house today. And here's what she had to say. Cut seven go and the truth of this shutdown is that it's actually not about a wall. It is not about the border. And it is certainly not about the wellbeing of every day Americans. The truth is this shutdown is about the erosion of American democracy and the subversion of our most basic governmental norm now, let's let's stop a minute. She was elected in a very left wing district. In and around New York City. And she has absolutely no serious experience. I don't know if she's read a book, I don't know if a book read to her. But when you are lectured by democratic socialist, who's twenty nine years old and sows as dumb as a doorknob telling you about the erosion of American democracy. That's pretty amazing. Isn't it? The erosion of American democracy is evidenced in the fact that she's in the house of representatives. Now democratic socialists. And their ilk reject American republicanism reject the American constitution. They're constantly ripping at the fabric of this civil society. So when they lecture you and me the hardworking citizens of this country who pay their salaries and pay everybody's welfare checks and food stamps, the salaries of government workers their pensions, their healthcare benefits and pay the politicians and other. Well, we pay for everybody. We don't need to hear about the erosion of American democracy from her one of the leftists who's eroding. Go ahead. It is not normal.

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"ilian" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on /Film Daily

"I believe when Netflix really started to get into streaming, but they didn't have any of their original programming yet, and there weren't anywhere near as a high number of original shows coming from other content providers. So it's it's hard. I think to get as large of an audience together a rooting around a single show than it was when loss was popular. I think also for me the social media thing is key like. The, you know, even I think the law started in two thousand and four and that was right around the time that Facebook really started taking off. And but but even then there wasn't really there weren't really that many people talking about the show in the same way. And in in the same the same the same sheer volume that people talk about shows right now. So I think it was one of those first shows that sort of crystallized at the exact right time with the rise of social media where it was like as social media as as forms at you know, as as Facebook and Twitter and stuff like that were rising in popularity of those were growing lost was the thing that everybody was watching at that time. And like Brad said there weren't that many options weren't nearly as many options right now there's like five hundred original scripted shows on TV in a given year. And it was not like that in two thousand eight or whatever. So I think it was just a really like a case of perfect time. And all the way round yet. We're all fragmented. You know, we're watching or binging at different times for DVR ING, we're not watching week to week in there, isn't that watercooler discussion. I guess maybe each PEOs the only one that can kind of facilitate that nowadays of blitz move onto alien alien awakening is the next film in this franchise, and we have learned a little bit of both the this next film. It could return the Ilian home world bread. Would we know? Well, it seems unlikely that alien awakening will actually happen since audiences weren't too keen on alien covenants. And the franchise may have finally come to an end. But you know, whether this guy anything is possible, he's always seems to working on something. And there is a script already in place railing awakening by John Logan who wrote covenant and some details emerged empire had a special classic ale. Ian issue dedicated to just the legacy of the alien films in general and the details Lee on earth about John Logan script for women awakening say that it would have brought back the engineers from previous the big pale swale characters who are responsible for basically creating humanity. And apparently in this in awakening, they would be chasing after David Michael fast, benders, Andrew character. And then. With david. I don't care about David like, I feel like I was one of the only people who liked for me Theus. And maybe it's because I was looking for something to fill that kind of like lots vibe in. Kind of like the mysteries. And they I'm kind of interested in engineers and I want to engineers, but I don't give an f about David. I I like David as a character. And I like Michael finished portrayal live in. But I think really sky has spent too much time on the myth of creation and trying to explain it in in a way that is tied into the alien mythology and Zina more from that kind of thing. But it's not called David awakening it's called alien week. Well, so because it's called alien awakening. There is a tie back to the original alien because apparently in this movie, they would eventually end up going back to the planet. LV four to six. Which typically is the alien home world, right? It's just where we found them. I mean, I I guess. Yeah. Because David is now responsible for creating the Zina morph site guests. So I who knows it's so confusing. And I'm just I I would like to just pretend that they'd be originally alien movies. Her only ones we have. Do you have any interests in seeing this become a reality zero Peter zero interest? None whatsoever..

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"ilian" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"There was machines. Apparently that weren't plugged in probably every fucking time. There's an election this happens. We're Bill Gates. We're the fucker you at where to fuck is Bill Gates at we're we're, where's he where's that other fat guy from a apple Microsoft, are you guys around? This seems like an easy fix make one kind of owning booth one kind of voting machine and send it out there. Big at a charging stations all over New York City. I'm in New York City right now, they have charging stations where you could stop on the street. Plug your your phone charger in charge your phone right there in the middle of Manhattan. Rain, sleet, or snow, but you can't figure out somehow someway to make these fucking voting booths work, Bloomberg somebody somebody make one kind of owning booth, and that's it. There's no, oh, well this district has that this. County has that fuck all that? There's got to be one tech. I mean, you'll make a fortune charged the country for it. I don't know how it works. And I don't wanna hear about this shit doing recounts in Florida. It's not over votes were tallied. Some votes were mailed in all this machines. I don't wanna hear this nonsense about the machines. We got enough factors enough stress enough different things to try to figure out when it comes to an election. The last thing that should be an issue in two thousand eighteen we've got phones. We have cell phones that you can get that are either bigger than your cock or smaller than your cock. Okay. We got cell phones, we got ipads, all these devices Google glasses. You could start your car while you're in bed. All these remote, this that and other. We can't figure out a simple way to make the voting booths unified across the country. Who's smart? I don't know. Who smart this Ilian musk you fucking blunt smoking weed smoking freak figure this shit out. These all I'm gonna build a tunnel. It'll get you from Los Angeles to Vegas in fifteen minutes. You're not doing that. It's never happened to Jetsons Duke. Figure out the voting boots figured out your fucking car your tesla, which I'm never getting tesla. By the way. I don't care how cool they are. People like will the screen inside shoes. Yoho. I'm distracted enough when I drive, okay. With my own thoughts. My own thoughts distract me. Honestly my phone. And just life itself. I don't need a sixteen inch TV screen in my car. Okay. I'm not getting test. I feel like Ilian musk after he I feel like he jumped the shark when he went on Joe Rogan and smoked weed and then a couple of days later, he was fine twenty million dollars for something something to do with tesla. And the guy who invented the tesla is no longer working at tesla. So if you get a test the car, and it's totally electric and all that shit. You know, those things have problems, I know two friends that have tests like sometimes there's problems, you know, they're figuring out. I'm not spending that kind of money where they're like. Oh, we're figuring it out. You spend that kind of money where you don't have to figure it out you go on the cheap. When like, yeah. Well, I went on the cheap. So, you know, they're still figuring it.

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"ilian" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"And so at one point all of the other seasons group are dead Marcus has nearly had his leg or hip blown off in. He's literally crawling. And yet his mission is still have accomplished. And so he cannot. Stop. He cannot stop the identity within the seal knows that if the mission has not been completed in you are still alive than you must go in complete the mission for for the seal. The only thing is the mission. It must be accomplished. It's not about the soldier. It's about the mission. So Marcus starts dragging himself inch by inch across the rocky to terrain to finish the mission in spite ins-, certainly was no cinch for Mr. Latrell, but he was the lone survivor. He made it home because he was an operator. That's what they call those guys. You know, you hear about that military jargon of the we had, you know, four operators in on this mission operators, the operator mindset when I heard that phrase. I went yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. When Badri told me that story years ago that stuck in my head. And I thought if he can do it if that guy can do it if he can crawl himself to safety inch at a time with this leg. Practically blown off that might goodness, obviously. I can do whatever I need to do this. This is think about the stuff that you're procrastinating on. Oh, you gotta ride article. Whoa. Big deal. You gotta do workout Ono Ilian have to have high energy on video while I can't video of come on come on come on. We can't let that little mindset. Get in the way, we have to be operators. That's how I live my life now to whether it's through travel or video or exercise. I m the operator, and I've learned that being an operator makes. So much simpler, it means that you do what you need to do even when it's hardness, especially when it's hard. It's not easy for me to bring the high levels of energy interactions talk to strangers network in act like an extrovert. It's not natural to me. Like, do it. I can do..

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"ilian" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So it's used as a screening device number one. Number two. It's used for a way of following men with prostate cancer because his PSA was elevated at eight he had a biopsy usually more than four is considered suspicious. Hit a biopsy showing cancer, and he had an active prostate cancer. He had a cat scan and bone scattered negative. I should tell you is a black. Man, and we know in the black community the risk of prostate cancers higher. One six black men will get prostate cancer and one in twenty three will die of prostate cancer. So we're talking a lot about that. Why? Because if we can find men early like, this gentleman who had a Gleason six PSA prostate cancer stage t one c then we have a higher chance of successful treatment in the goal of prostate cancer treatment is to number one cure the man number to avoid radical surgery number three of void robotic surgery number four, keep the sex life and number five keep the year Inari life. And how do we know a man is successfully treated, we treat that man for prostate cancer like the sixty two year old man with four children headache, Gleason, six PSA cancer. Well, we follow that man and his PSA's now zero. So this is four years after treatment he was treated here at thirteen four Broadway. We treated him all with outpatient therapy, had no. Radical surgery. No robotic surgery is PSA zero he's fully functional sex life works is urinary life works. And he's very happy. And that's the work that we do here at radio in New York. What about another man who is sixty two years old? He's married with two children. And he came he saw his primary doctor he saw his urologist, and he saw another urologist who taught them not to do anything. So you had an elevated PSA of eight of the half. He has urination is frequent urination at nighttime. I examined him as prostate is enlarged. And why would someone tell a man not to have treatment? Well, okay. You could say the treatment is so terrible. Like radical surgery robotic surgery were so many men have complications from radical robotic surgery. That's why we don't do radical a robotic surgery. That's why we do outpatient therapy with focused treatment on the prostate. And this man came with us this man, his urologist told him not to have. Treatment. Maybe the urologist at them a favor because if he had done surgery on this man, most likely the surgeon would have taken away his sex life and urinary life, whereas with us most likely he will be cancer free and most likely he will have good sexual function and urinary function. That's the work. We do. So it makes a big difference where a person has their treatment this van came to us and he's now in remission doing well pleased with therapy. There must be an interesting woman who's ninety three years old. She's widowed. Trez one son. She came with her son get a cancer in the Seco. She had abdominal pain. She had a cat scan her doctors who are too afraid to do colonoscopy because of her age or medical condition. She's a Nemec this cancer. The colon was causing her to lose bloodshed. Abdominal pain. She lost twenty five pounds in three months. She went from hundred fifty two pounds down two hundred twenty five pounds, and she has a poor appetite and she came to us and Sam. Her and she has this cancer in the terminal Ilian. Well, we treated her, and we treat many people there's many people that we treat that can't get treatment. Elsewhere. She went to super duper hospital. He told her to go home to you know, what because they couldn't do surgery where there's other treatments besides surgery. Besides chemotherapy, there's plenty of people who can't have surgery or don't want to have surgery and chemotherapy by itself would not offer this woman very much. He's ninety three years old chemotherapy might work for a few months and the cancer will come roaring back surgery. Most likely she wouldn't survive surgery. That's why the surgeons refused to operate on her. That's why he's headed home to you know, why they sent her home. And then she heard about us because she wants tree when she wants to get into remission, and we treated her she came to register to New York for Broadway for the cancer over intestines cancer over Colin right in the seek more the small bowel turns into large file, and we're about to find the cancer and send in. Mm invisible. Beams from thousands of angles to hit that cancer. And that's the work. We do. That's what we do every day at thirteen four Broadway. Broadway and thirty eight th street, we're able to hit her cancer noninvasive Lee with no side effects. And now she came for follow up. She just came for follow up. Her function is perfect. There's no evidence of cancer. She got staged up blood tests pet scans physical exam. Her function is perfect. When at those big hospitals, they set at home to die. So it makes a big difference where some one goes just because you can't have surgery don't want to have certainly doesn't mean you have to go.

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"ilian" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Things moves. Okay. Chris, go ahead and start your. The top. These two franchises are just so opposed to be in terms of tone. And I really didn't want to see. I thought like all reading the comics and the books back. Always. Can't. Can they make this work? And for the first half, they can't really not doing a good job, but when they accept like, okay, let's make this more of like a predator film and then the aliens is going to happen to be there. And then I think it becomes a lot more fun goofy. You have those cool some of the action sequences at the end just Just like like the the pro. pro using this gadgets and stuff in the aliens. You can actually see it happen. It's like, I like this. This is okay. Okay. Here's the I like the human team. We haven't seen any of the previous films I mean, okay, so this young printers, everything went through bar screwed. All right, you let's gotta get killed this Queen. That'd be good, right. I can. I can come back from that. Maybe get some credit for my predator brothers or something with this girl because she proved herself. Kinda useful. So let's do it again. It's being goofy, and I think that's when the film is doing really well, and it's this. Yeah, I probably don't don't you dare I'd give this full price? No, not full price. I probably give a very, very high rental. Okay. Almost got. Alien is one of my, it's my favorite one of my favorite movies of all time alien or Ilian Iliev thing. I'm thinking with you on. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. yeah. And I really love millions as well, and I think it's a fun film and predators. Okay. So this one, this one is like.

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"ilian" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"We don't have works by boost. We don't have works by non golden. For instance. It was very importantly, was the voice of the themselves in acting the dog. And in that sense, they are performance is because the most of them are performances for coming. We have very few exemple of Lamentin of performances by using leash for instance. But most of them are made for the camera on. Paul, the exhibition also, I guess, explodes like selfie culture, so that that self representation. Do you think the as sort of generation using social media more more to represent versions of ourselves to think that is really important, and that plays into a thing. One of the fact why drug is so popular, I think it's because it's prisons endless possibilities of reinventing yourself. So indeed in that selfie, culture really speaks to people of the gender debate as sort of one of the big debates of generation, but the autism this exhibition than not just probing, gender, gnomes, that questioning systems, oppression, releasing sexuality race, class, consumerism, 's, any social political questions that you really want to shine a light on the really important view? Well, I think if you look at the documentary nineties documents, reprises building, clearly you understand that is. Not necessarily about gender, it's about class. It's about reversing systems of class on the patients in that exhibition. It would be clearly shown with the work by Joe Spence, for instance, and others out this would be quite critical of society of consumerism that will be some postcolonial schools with a work by min-woong or Samuel fossil. I hope that the exhibition will show that the hockey's much more complex that we think it is said drag is clearly questioning thing, very important questions, but you think it's still very important space for the queer community a, you still came to focus in on that. Yes, but the exhibition will not solely include Creole -ties. We have a lot of the kings and some cinder autists embracing drugs as much as log is very, very important for the queer community I think has while it expands beyond that boundary. And I should you talking about drag kings I actually women's of performing. His man wearing men's clothes is actually happened, sort of for very long time at the Dr king quite new, have always been as many drag kings as drag queens as you over such of this. What did you find a thing in my research for thing that queens were more popular kings kings have been existing since the twenties with say, well, we start with servants in the late sixties and then valley export is doing this fantastic work in sixty eight identity transformation. Ilian teen is one of the king's. Actually, the kings that we have in the exhibition mainly comes from feminist movements in the late sixties and early seventies, and we have a few of them in that exhibition. I think dry because always being quite a defiant off form and also quite joy full to think in. We're living in oversee quite heavy. And slightly depressing political times. Do you think that that drugs really important form in the car and so of political climate things? So I came to realize that become very popular without his in the sixties and seventies, and the factories for this popularity, I believe was that performance was becoming quite popular with autists and at the same time, political engagement was crucial at the time, and I feel like that's why the nowadays having attention from because performance very important as form the same time we need to be politically engaged more than ever. I think what you seem to find when you ask people about drag if they all fan that are extremely fanatic about love, what? What is it about? Dr that gets people excited? I believe it's such a subtle and gauged entertaining full of critic that really touches upon very different systems of entertainment. From feature to fashion to stand up comedy, trolled in, are you funny? I mean, there's a lot of humour drug as well, and at the same time is not the shallow humor really touches a very crucial essential identity crises debates in this society have a personal favor office in the exhibition. Someone you really relate to for a specific reason. That would be very difficult to name. Just one out is among the we have in this exhibition and they are all extraordinarily..

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"ilian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Normally lines don't move they you know they might move a point they don't move six mines never move six points i mean if if earlier in the week he had a quarterback in that a quarterback out the line might move seven points but that's it bobbin north arlington what's up about hey mike how you doing what's happening listen i'm a young guy i'm twenty three i don't want to go back to the traffic chris second i grew up in jersey with two parents working in the city my whole life and i think that the traffic issue so much if it goes back to the apps now action taken over everything and the and i was thinking about it because i grew up in the generation where i'm really the last one that they grew up a little bit before that and i got into the age of you know you get a phone around high school time there was none of the app stop and then it started to take over you know i went to school it started to take over traffic low well to adapt everybody's using nowadays is ways we know but that's that's that tries to keep people from from being in traffic ways they try to give your alternate routes they to move people in alternate routes from the traffic by just think there's too much volume more than anything else and ways i know people who everyone uses ways i mean i'm not a religious user of it i know a lot of people do it does sometimes give you a shortcut but you know what if it's giving everybody the same shortcuts anymore he's gonna move all the traffic in one way ilian staten island what's up hey what's up what's up ethic american infrastructure was built in the fifties and forties and the population of america back then was but what it.

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"ilian" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lower got the area you know the digestion processes well along but what happens with gastric bypass surgery is that food is delivered to the ilian where there's an abundance of l cells and these l cells release hormones hormones such as gop one p y y oxen to modulate and these hormones have been proven as having you know society effects gluco regulatory effects and that was what kind of it's where the original idea came from our technology which is called gut sensory modulation or gsm for short that you know what if we could somehow match the the effects of gastric bypass surgery without the surgery you know could we deliver nutrients and for natural food ingredients lower to the gut lower and the guy that would stimulate these same l cells to release these very beneficial hormones so that was the idea and so the the ingredients that are in the video are really nothing out of the ordinary there there are a couple herbal extracts and some amino acids but it's how we deliver them where we deliver them so those ingredients are packaged in tablet about six hundred fifty milligram tablet and that tablet is put it in turkey coded so it goes through the stomach without being affected by stomach acid it starts to release in the lower gut and then it releases over a period of time in the case of libya it's typically two or three hours that those ingredients are slowly releasing as the as the pill is traveling through the lower gut where the further down and they got you go the density of the l cells increases so we're trying to target a place in the gut where there are more l cells they can release more of these natural hormones and that's the mechanism that's our patented technology is the ingredients that were delivering which are natural food ingredients grass ingredients generally recognized as safe by the.

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"ilian" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"You're just tuning in you we are talking today here on wellness wanna one about cbo or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and before the break we were just talking about you know nutrient deficiencies that can take place and stuff like that and we wanted to get in the segment and and talk about like risk factors but one of the things i wanna talk about before risk factors is how the body has built in ways to prevent cbo from taking place we make stomach acid that's to help you know kill bacteria that we consume we have our bals move in waves to help move this stuff along we have immunoglobulins in our intestinal fluid so we actually have part of our immune system that's that's working overtime right there to try and then and get rid of bacteria that's not supposed to be in if if it's in the wrong spot and not supposed to be there it's supposed to our immune system will help get rid of that and then we have a valve that stops the flow of of things backwards from our large intestine and for small intestines called the iliad seco valve and like i said before the small intestine has three parts that gym the gym and the ilian iliev is the part that connects into the large intestine and where it connects into the large intestines called the seacombe that's why we have the ilia seco valve it's what separates the small intestine from the large intestine and so you know the how how someone ends up with cbo is usually a big old complex mess of things that can take place and so some of the some of the risk factors that set people up for cbo would be things like low stomach acid the number one cause of digestive upset in the country is this condition called h roe v gastritis that's that means that our stomach is not making enough acid and our and our the lining of our stomach becomes inflamed and so that's a big thing so we decrease our stomach acid production having your bowels stomach acid though does that also include people who would have normal stomach acid but take in in acid medication.

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"ilian" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Yeah hope people still is probably and then we'd monetize through like all we could see all this print ties in which ilian 's in newspaper classifieds that's clearly gonna follow the audience so that i mean it was kind of simple kind of business idea but then but that timing perfect impeccable that that was the sort of like the good forty plus a whole bunch of execution in growth politician as investors we like to ask the question why now you've learned this now because you're investing what was the why now for truly when you look back on it what was the why now why did that business work at that moment in time so two things principally so one was the availability of structured data all search capabilities so we so we can see to the business just around the time when google going public right and it was just a google is phenomenal ability to aggregate and find unstructured data and sent you structure and so we bill a vertical search engines since real estate and so that plus it data fees coming out so those availability structure data the other piece was the post dotcom collapse massive availability and so like shire's pitches maps right tensor like and so we so we were it's remarkable thing but we were pretty much the first release say listing site with maps nationwide which like kind of like we turned to one day experience into tutti and able people to navigate this and so that.

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"ilian" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This new role was really ideal for her hitchings encouraged her to learn as much as she could including branching out from the field of chemistry he progressively gave her more and more responsibility and often when hitchings got promoted she got promoted into his old role by 19 sixty seven she had written risen through the ranks to become boroughs welcomes head of experimental therapy a position that she would hold until the end of her career when ilian started working at burroughs wellcome a lot of pharmaceutical research was carried out basically on a trial and error basis but lem in the rest of their team took a different approach examining and then exploiting biochemical differences between healthy cells and pathogens so that they could develop targeted drugs while at bir as welcome elian and hitchings developed the first successful chemotherapy for the treatment of childhood leukemia they developed the world's first antirejection drug which made kidney plants possible between people who weren't related to one another elian also develops treatments for a number of other diseases including out lupus malaria meningitis and arthritis in the late 1960s after she had become head of the department of experimental therapy elian did pioneering work in antiviral drugs the conventional wisdom at this point was that any drug that could successfully work against viruses would be far too toxic to be tolerated by the human body the department's first breakthrough was acyclovir invented by howard schaefer acyclovir used to treat herpes was the world's first truly successful targeted antiviral medication there were a few other antiviral drugs at this point but most of them had been developed as treatments for non viral diseases they were discovered to actually have some antiviral effect efficacy or they were broad spectrum treatments that were really hard on the patient aliens work with a cycle of your included refining its development.

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"ilian" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Ilian carry can you tell everyone listening on the radio how to contact us i donald fehr how his telephone number seventy six seventeen foreign fox the office of names a person is located on the green in downtown go van lee how his i heart radio goes one on one with sam from exambassador about the millions early years and growing up in new york we were kind of an anomaly to the music scene the if there's music scene there is pre grassroots z and you know there's a lot of folks in bluegrass and we were trying to say only in cuba's unlike bread actually prudence but to be able to grow up in a community like that that is on the one hand show would collect dick i'm you have people from all walks of life going to deceive high schools you in a tanya that is kind of like a little a waste this crews very nourishing permit to grow up in you really love it keep listening to iheartradio for more of exambassador and all your favorite artists fox on google is kicking up its crackdown on terror related content the search giant joints twitter and facebook to ensure that extremists content camp propagate around the web just this week google said they'll put more resources into identifying and removing videos related to terror and hate groups nearly doubling the number of people they have to flag and called the content there are also creating artificial intelligence little work behind the scenes to find extremists content and its promptly removed as for content that doesn't necessarily crossed the line but contains inflammatory content it will be flagged and viewers will get a warning with hundreds of millions of users around the globe social media and search sites who were live mostly on algorithms and artificial intelligence to find content that violates rules face an everincreasing problem with extremists content spreading and with advertising placed around content advertisers have also asked for the stepped up methods that would stop the spreading of questionable content with fox on tech i brought larson fox news.

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"ilian" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

The Patriot 1280 AM

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"ilian" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM

"Hold up by ilian omar and the other small and he uh attorney who is actually rather brilliant if you've read his uh if you've written statements you'll find out that he is shockingly bright yeah um this is this is really bad this was an incremental is that's happening in dearborn michigan it's happening los angeles new york chicago political islam is the nature of his one it wraps itself in a in a city deal of religion and it's the societal cultural roll religios so uh system and it you're you're seeing that as limbs can have let's say mirrors contractor other things between themselves taking light contracts today but but contracts cannot supersede federal or state law through you wanna it for kid if you want to advocate for sharia then you are advocating for a domestic abuse abuse of children your advocating for female genital mutilation your advocating for uh the death the death penalty for testing for hypocrites for home such false this system is the totalitarian authoritarian system that flies in the face of all of our classical liberal values way i love then hold us so i am now in favour of all those said well i have no idea how much has changed since the top of this broadcast no you're absolutely right area using that in and a good.

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