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Angus of The Real Seed Co. on The New Taxonomy for Landrace Cultivars
"You're listening to Jason. A curious about canvas podcast. Thanks so much for tuning in once again at today. I'm really really stoked. I am joined with one of my early guests and friends that was able to talk to you. At the earned the early days of the podcast angus from the real seat company. Thanks so much for being willing to come back on. We've got some exciting stuff to talk about It's great to be. Yes exciting paper this so yeah looking forward to yes so what? We're going to be talking about today. Relates to our first conversation that we had Which is all about Why first conversation went in a lot of directions but Talking about cannabis taxonomy. So there's a paper that came out just this year By John mcpartlin and earn a small. Both of whom we talked about in our first conversation and specifically this relates to Landrace varieties of cannabis and Talks about the importance of preserving those genetic so This is really come around full circle. And I'll go ahead and prepare people say that between the actual paper and the supplemental material. There's about one hundred fifty pages worth of material the centrally a book but Angus. What before we get into the nitty gritty details of what was present here and My thoughts in your thoughts and kind of how it meshes with your experience in the field. what were your initial impressions upon reading this paper? Safari taxonomy goes. My instincts is always being to defer to the experts as far as I can see on a small Israeli the taxonomic to defer to. He's some specializes in an all kinds of different places. But he's been publishing about it since the early seventies legislation is based on his work So I was fascinated to see that he has come round to the view that the two main domestic domestic the to the tweet. Sort of Genesis who've sub-species Indika now do merit formal recognition this As varieties in a stricter botanical sense. And you know they. They've done between mcparland more done the work to justify that clearly. They've been looking at Harry collections. All around the world it seems and I think they say about one thousand one hundred different accessions. They've they've looked at and yet clearly satisfied that this is justified. And this is more than just sort of pedantic exercises actually quite important to get people to stop taking conservation of these plant seriously if you look on the genesys database. I think there are about one thousand four hundred accessions of that kind of a sativa. The species in NJ banks around the world but out of those as I forget the exact number but it's a piddling amount this full role. Something accessions of sub-species indicator. I mean it's ridiculous five. I'm sorry five right. Yeah so this is a serious situation. I mean this is an incredibly important plants. And it's it's it's a. I think they actually understate how critically endangered it has mostly what they talk about sort of anecdotal examples of people. Introducing Hyper Non Chino hybrid most of the examples. They gave a from the and eighties so an mostly Simpson folk people bringing. They talk about one guy. I forget his name. Who is who says some Mexican seats to Afghanistan in the in the early seventies and then they they mentioned that I think Chanaka someone talks about bringing them Afghan landrace in the pool in the eighties but I don't talk about. This is the whole seed industry with the online online seat industry. And if you look at the the shipping lists of your average dot show seed company. It would make for horrifying reading. I mean the the the online sort of Internet commerce is just arriving in places like India and Southeast Asia So I I I mean. I'm just like some huge business park to the type of in Hyderabad India. I think so there will get up for on on coming to India so in the next couple of years. God knows what's going to happen. I mean it's it's something you already started people shipping hybrid seats into India and places. But I mean we're we're looking at a time and it's Yeah it's a serious situation so this part of getting people to take it seriously. I think it's quite important parts of it to persuade. Some people like the Millennium Seed Bank. And so and so you've got one one accession of Cannabis. I think it's Yeah
"indika" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Some good music with good things. Alirio out Dan so I like to Dan. I'll just I'll have a good time. A exercise ostrich Abu that are active or out. Albie creative and I'll out either in. It's it's an art and craft of. Is it really depends like last time? I was I smoked I created a busy aboard which really fun but we're talking about depression and Marijuana went to give a key facts about it so minimal evidence for revealing straight short-term or in frequent use of marijuana the are that minimal evidence for revealing stress anxiety relieving. It's easy limited emits evidence for positive and negative effects on depression and can cause anxiety or paranoia. Any run amount accused your CV sometimes level THC anti media or label on different trains. But there isn't a lot over I'd always don't WanNa go to when I was talking about the TEPA Indika so like everybody has mixed reviews as far as might have feel when you smoke. Yes some people is full or not. You know that's what everything. Yeah people is Nigh so when we talk about legally legalizing it. I think that's more helpful for the people that do want people thinking that everybody's GonNa run around kids just around people that actually work so I and I also know it helps when I was battling with like eating disorders. It helps balanced that like if I was starving though it will force me to eat his dog or if I was if I was over eating. It'll make me realize like what my body needs. So I wouldn't even get the munchies like Gives that balance. But you'll end up with interesting as far as you said over eating because you know you had a issue with will overeating. A does also recognize is a is is also recognized as a potential treatment for nausea and vomiting related to chemotherapy. is also a medical marijuana may release of IT Ninety Eric. Marijuana can't be used as a tool for a mets fan so wasn't different between the regular. We.
"indika" Discussed on Science for the People
"They formed towers and even rafts all in the service of survival. How do they do it? And why do we care? That's why I'm talking with suicide poncho who got his master's in mechanical engineering at Georgia Tech. He now works for fiber optics company. But he spent two years swirling up balls of ants for science Souissa. Thank you for being here. Thank you, probably. Now, I wanted to start by asking you were in the lab of David who he does a lot of I guess fluid mechanics. But it's it's on very strange things like p and the larvae what made you want to study ants. I think it was. Mainly because those such a diverse amount of knowledge you can learn from animals like it's not just fluids. Like, we're foods laugh at week of foods. We did material testing chemical properties. So the diversity of things or inspired Zayn? You can look at from annuals. That's what made me interested in the lab. And what was it specifically about ants and the ants was? Mainly because. They can create all these unique structures and shapes and have these different mechanisms like main rabs towers survival. And no one has really figured out. Why did that or the reason for the kind of shapes a come out mate that they made? So that's what kind of garner some interest on that one. Now, there are two kinds of ants. I guess that form these structures. You have your aunts that form rafts, and you have your aunts that formed towers and the ants also sometimes foreign bridges are there differences between the raft and some tower ants for those in our studies that we have in a lab, they're the same answer. They're not slim absence Indika village, what you call common fire ants in the south of USA and can find them anywhere supposed to Georgia. So they're considered invasive species. So we can kind of have free range to do. Silence on them and since.
"indika" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Have you got to work with that yet? What what is it all about? Do you think it's going to be a big help when it comes to especially on the ovals? It's yes. So basically it's about sixty percent as affected I think as a highlighter. It's a stop basically, it's something that that doing while they're working on something else while they're working on a windscreen. So. This mode account. I mean, these guys at Indika constantly working on safety of the next. Big step is head protection. That is that when you look at the loss to deaths in Indy. Cobb head protection would have prevented them. So that's fomer one's done with the halo. I think India is going to go on a slightly different direction where you fully protected all the way round. I mean, they both got the the. The advantages high low you're protected from Saudi impact whether windscreen you fully protected frontally. Yes. So it's just an ongoing thing with Indika whenever there's a big accidents like like, bro wiccans accident. They took a very close look and really tried to understand why he had the injury had. And then they make an improvement, which they have they have already made judgments to the chassis full of what happened the strengthening such. We wanted to see those safety initiatives. So for the break, you talked about the fact you'd like to get into stockcar. So Roger Penske is watching. That's a great birthday present for you. Your birthday is coming up in March dues. But Roger just turned eighty to his birthday was yesterday. So what what do you get the captain? You get him anything. Make it simply go. Hey, I got your board Warner. Eero Joseph Simon forgotten. Live off. Yeah. Yeah. No. I did see that. Yes. We're on social here's I too. So I still. It wasn't if that bladed tax. Yes. Attendance induction into the NASCAR hall of fame. Just so woods that was very cool to see in overly raw do anything about motorsports in America. You know, there's no one guy that Moore had such an influence in so many different forms of motorsports. Just to great guided dry four and I'm fortunate to actually have him as my guys strategists on the radio. So it's pretty cool the site that a worked with Roger in that way. It was actually really cool to win my first race with Raja. He absolutely loves it. I will say it is my best memory was walking through gasoline alley on Sunday race date any five hundred walking next Ryder Penske because that day. He was my guy on my radio something that I still get chills about when I think. Yeah. What they much for taking the time to spend a little of your afternoon with us. Thanks. I feel very privileged. Seriously. I feel like we still have one more went done with with will feel like he's gonna stick around. And make us feel awkward was. He's gonna stop wanted to sit like an oakwood distance here like. Happen to well. His defensive another Indy. Five hundred of course, you'll see the season right here on NBC and NBC and we'll be along for the ride all season long. All right. We're going to wrap things up next. Mumford. Pierre with a very special need to do is get the keys from Kurt. And then I can drive home actually. Yeah. You know, my wife says I drive like grandpa, this tense never seen hockey of this close and the way that these players these these athletes the passion that they push into their game. I'm impressed. I've never seen it like this. He's up Diddy. You're scared Flint salon. Your would doing this being. That was tents, and I ever would have thought what happened here? But thank you guys. Well, Monday night the puck was heading peers way. Did you guys see this? Unbelievable Kurt asset here like a helmets like real staying here with no helmet have books one. It was really cool to Kurt Busch. Nascar NHL intersecting last night when Kurt was back in his hometown. The gold. This is the Hugh n d went crazy. Oh, he was into it. One three two in a shootout..
"indika" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I mean, it's not really a a subcategory just sort of a branch of. Yeah. So it's not a it's not a species as it's kind of a almost a variety. So varietal. Yeah. You know, we see this. You know in the for example. Yeah. My PHD research and roses on Rosa hybrid. And then it's called cardinal cardinal is the. Cultivated variety has deep red rose that everyone likes that get on Valentine's Day now for cannabis. It'd be something like, you know, cannabis sativa, and they're a lot of people feel that campus achieve is actually the only species in cannabis outside of route Arale, which is another non resonance type of species found native to Russia of all places, but cannabis sativa, and then you have the varieties of that that tend to fall in this more sativa versus Indika feel so the sativa cultivars give you that uplifting. Feel you know, your your energetic, your creative, you, you know, you you want to write music things like that. We know what's going on with the which molecule and what it's doing. We do to some extent. And it's actually more related the Turpin than it is cabinets. And so if you look at the types of turbines that are found in the sativa cultivars alpha pining Immonen, and I'm guessing you guys can guess what? Alpha pining, smells like oh, pine and. Those molecules I can even envision where do they bind where they do. We know. Well, one thing that they do is Bronco dilates. And so like if you go into a pine forest and take a deep breath, you just feel kind of invigorated eucalyptus oil exactly, you know, these are Bronco dilates. And so a lot of people feel as though that the sativa fact has more to do with the Bronco dilation than anything else. So then the Indika is the, you know, those are the types of cannabis plants that, you know, give you a lot of people call couch lock where you feel like you're locked your cats. You don't wanna do anything? But it's very good for cancer. Patients.
"indika" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Do as much during some deep sleep cycles. And for for me. I don't wake up as rested. If I say, you let's say like an edible that has some kind of in Indika, strain or something like that, which is pure CBD. So yeah, because what I've been finding is if I wake up at like, let's say one AM and my crap I'm going to be awake all night. Now, you know, try to down a little bit of tincture. And then I might pass out. Of course, the problem is it takes two hours to take active Asian to take affect but I wake up, and I feel like okay. I know that I just woke up, but I don't feel like that morning. Like, oh, yeah. Good. Let's do the day. I feel like I know I was asleep. But I don't necessarily feel like I was asleep. That is very common CBD with CBD. A lot of times. You will you'll wake up you'll be well rested. But it takes like ten fifteen minutes shake things off kind somewhere to melatonin like take a bunch of melatonin. You get a pretty good night's sleep. But it takes. A little while when you wake up to really kinda get going. I guess my question is does that affect your health negatively during the day or am? I just groggy because I had a little bit of substance CBD during the the evening, or is this like, hey, if you do this all the time, you're feeling rested. Because you actually are less rested. You actually are rested. You're just a little bit Krog. It takes a while to to shake it off. I think it has to do with the Endo cannabinoid system. And the fact that it takes a little while. And there are things you can do to increase wakefulness. I was actually going to tell you about this because I know I like to geek out sometimes when like ways to stimulate the body, and I think I have discovered the ultimate mix to really turn on the brain. During the day I've experimented with a lot of different neutral picks of smart drugs. But hear me out on this one. What you do is, you know, very very common like like before like, adding coconut oil or butter or anything like that to your to your coffee or your t g was very popular. It's like an iron medic. Recipe like thousands of years ago. This idea of putting g in two coffee or into tea and blending it. And you know, barring from other elements of kind of ancient wisdom and the Nutro pick world and also this guy named pulse. Tam it's who's like a mushroom rush from the manga. What I do is. When when I when I wake up, I'm usually fasting for a while. And I do a little bit black coffee. But then kind of for my second beverage of the day after I've done like my fasted morning, workout and all that jazz. What I've been doing is about a teaspoon to a full tablespoon of gay. And then I put a couple packets of that forcing Matic lion's mane extract into the neutral along with the ghee, I do a little bit of salt because it seems to kinda like make it make it more flavorful like little bit of Celtic salt or really good salt. And then I do a very small amount of Silla Simon like zero point one zero point two grams like like barely perceptible amount. But, you know, this is something pulse. Dammit says there's a little bit of a synergism between the lion's mane and the suicide, and and the final thing that I put in even though pulse. Damn it's recommends like niacin or or a flushing type of calm. Pound. Well, ca cow and Cal flannels are those are those are notoriously good for like visa dilation opening up arteries. So I have this t Tucker max, right, of course. Yeah. So Tucker max was talking to me at this conference. And he told me doesn't drink coffee, but he drinks cow tea in the morning wasn't there for this conversation. You might actually you might have been might have been table. So bought this this Mike Akao that he told me about and I put about a tablespoon of that in with the the lion's mane the suicide in in the salt, and then just to make it taste good. Put a little bit of stevia in there. And then I blend that up and holy cow..
"indika" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Hash that genome. You get the unique code that identifies. That genome not to be confused with other forms of hash, right? Confused, they hear that. And then you put that hash which is a unique number that specifically identifies that type of plant onto the blockchain to say we made this at this time. He exactly okay. And and the government of China has recently, the supreme court China has recently recognized blockchain no relation as in fact, a legal form of notation. We spent the same thing to happen the United States, right? And this is actually comes back to something. We were talking with Randy Kelton about yesterday of how blockchain is going to help free people from the government and allow us to do our own thing without having to ask. Their permission used up to go to a government notary in order to get things notarized. Now, you can just do your own thing. That's right. That's right. And this also is a an interesting form of sharing that you. Connect me down when many people are putting these genomes public. They're actually creating like a cannabis linked in in many ways where were growers can look for strains that are very close to. There's strains that are very distant from there's and that helps them get in touch with people that have unique genetics, and they might be able to then make additional crosses. So. Genetics is a really interesting barcode. If you will because it gives so much information about the heritage ability of the plant. It's so cool to see all this happened. I mean, I know a lot about, you know, the the black market dealings of cannabis from back in the nineties in the odds when you know, you just kind of took whatever you could get, and then you, you know, you got it out there. Now, there's so much research going on this, and it's just getting started, right? Like, this is just getting started. In fact, the first United surveys of like, hundreds of thousands of plants have shown that this indicates the TV nomenclature system, we have is is actually all rubbish. Really? Yes. There's no correlation with Indika institute, the labeling to the actual genetic ancestry of the plants. Okay. So this means we so throw all that out throw all that out of one time been real, but they've been so inter interbred in the black markets now that we really can't utilize that as an indicator of the chemo type of the plant. Okay. What type of canal chirpiness is express don't really have any correlation between indicator sativa? So you just have to break it down. You gotta look at the we.
"indika" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"North and South Korea have announced that they will fix transport links between the two countries allowing travel between the divided peninsula for the first time since the Korean war in the nineteen fifties. However, the Indika Rian rail and road projects may fall foul of sanctions regulations, the United Nations, Security council imposed broad sanctions on John Young and effort to pressure it to abandon its nuclear, and missile programs and wealth, Kim Jong, UN and Donald Trump of established good relations. Washington is very firm about maintaining measures against North Korea as negotiations continue because otherwise they would be no leverage to get the north to abide by its pledge to scrap its nuclear weapons. We'll the conciliatory approach by south career affect the chances of that happening. Joining us on the line is Andrew Burgess senior research associate at the middle brands to toot of international studies hundred. Thanks for coming on. If Washington has the stick, soul is definitely waving the carrot what other concessions have been offered to Pyongyang. Young by Seoul, the the South Koreans have really embarked on ambitious program of dialogue Heeren. And part of that has involved demonstrating that there is good faith surrounding the dial process. North Korea's repeatedly insisted that it expects those sort of good faith measures to be exhibited by both sides. So souls been doing that actively an economic measures light road and rail projects are right at the forefront that Kim Jong UN complained about the state of North Korea's roads and rail networks right at the outset of his meeting. One of his first meetings actually with with moon Jae-in. So that has has been part of this discussion for some time. But we also see more sort of good faith efforts being made in terms of our reunion of separated families or the potential reinvigoration of tourism projects, for instance. So there are quite a number of things that soul is looking at to help. That atmosphere that North Korea insists, it needs to move further forward to violate sanctions. With the road and rail projects. You know the the announcement of future intentions to have that doesn't, of course. But if you were to actually embark on really comprehensive attempt or even a non comprehensive attempt to upgrade North Korea's road and rail infrastructure, you would undoubtedly run across sanctions at some stage. So how SOLAS going to manage that. I'm not exactly sure they might go to the UN Security Council for exemptions that something they've not always done. So you know, it really could be that they try to make legal argument that this is in the gray space in, therefore they don't need approval, but I would find it hard to envision a project that does what Seoul says it will that will not violate sanctions what's behind the determination than of South Korea to continue building these links. It again comes back to that that dialogue atmosphere and creating momentum to have progressively deeper conversations with North Korea. That result in an alleviated, the security tensions on the cream peninsula and Seth career looks at the situation rather differently than the US. So you know, it sees the way to better security relations as coming through a much broader, a positive change in inter-korean relations. Whereas the United States looks at the key to improving security relations on the cream peninsula as being North Korean disarmament. So it's really quite a different vision for how the situation can be improved. But if you look at it from Seoul's perspective, they've got to improve that much broader gambit of things before the security issues going to get better. And can they continue playing the good cop without dumbing relations with the US will that's precisely. The question is, how far can they go with their own vision of improved? Inter-korean ties before the relationship between Seoul and the and the US strained, and it's important to note that the United States has done. It's fair share already to stream the US Senate career relationship as well. President Trump stood up in the Singapore summit and made an announcement that military exercises would be postponed or cancelled for the moment and that you know from everything that I've understood seems to have been without consultation with South Korea..
"indika" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Body feeling good for pain relief. Sometimes people use them for stress relief unwinding at the end of a long day. What have you sativa Zor separately thought of as as the taller, sort of more open branching lengthier plant with much narrower leaves or leaflets sativa Zor more uplifting. It's good for data. Use not as much of a body feeling generally more of a head high to it, and they're going to be a good mood booster people like them for dealing with depression or sort of that sort of type of thing. Yeah. So loud in collaboration with the friend and colleague did a study of this where we sampled different cannabis types for strange. We've got a lot of options. I mean, we just got a nice new, Stephen Engle Congolese really heady, really nice, bright taste to it. And when we dug into this concept of Indika sativa, we had actually recorded from the people that we obtain the samples from a measure of how much Indika or how much like the percentage ancestry as we called it for each of those ample. So you know, some plants would be said to be one hundred percent Indika and others would be fifty fifty Indica sativa and others would be eighty percents t. The question we asked was, was there a correlation between the reported ancestry? So what the grower or the seed company said about that. Plant and what the Gino type told us in terms of the relationships. And we found really a moderate correlation between the reported ancestry and the Gino type which meant to us that there was not a very good correlation that the the actual ability to discern if something would be in the curse achieva based on the label alone wasn't very high. And so I personally look at the Indika sativa designation with a grain of salt. And I, I don't think there's a lot of scientific evidence to back it up. So we're going to step into an India, spend cultivation lab, this purple Kush. So purple Kush is a is a strain or a cultivar of cannabis. That's widely grown as a medical cannabis strain used as recreational product as well as probably the best understood cannabis plan in the world in terms of its jeans and it's genetics. I guess what's also significant is that it's would be growers. And consumers would call an Indika style plant. So you can see fairly wide leaflets on this plant. I think there's a disconnect between what we what we see the physical appearance of the plant in that kind of stereotypical difference and the the subjective effects and the and the chemistry that produces those affects about another plan from our collection that has very narrow leaflets quite an open physical habitats. The branches are quite sort of widely spaced and that would be what, in general, the light, you know, haven't. I don't put a lot of credence in this Indika sativa separation. This would be typically called a sativa. Well, even though the science can easily distinguish between varieties like indicates Tiba the users at the hot box cafe in Toronto. Certainly think they can find the TV's get your high, go get. You don't one's going to be a little more energetic because I don't think you get a caffeine rush like some people try to Klay too, but you do get more into your head more awake, I guess, per se. Whereas if you smoke incorrect, get stoned more relaxed, more chill Indika because they tend to have a little bit more effect for the body also gets the TV people like exercise on it. If I smoke a good, Steve cleaned my entire house, which I never do. Like all my clothes are sorted by color offering me right now. I try to gear myself to sativa strains during the day because I need to function whether it'd be for activities or for work or whatever the case may be eight. And then at night last night, for instance, I was driving all day long and the time I got home, my back was really sore and I was uncomfortable. I just couldn't sit properly. I was very uncomfortable, so I smoked Indika and fifteen twenty minutes later. I was out like a light watching TV watching CBC news actually. Cannabis is a mixture of chemicals and those chemicals in combination produce the pharmacological outcome. The effects on on the person consuming it..
"indika" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"I don't know how many of you might have actually been to cannabis dispensary, but they can be kind of interesting places jars or packages labeled with exotic names like purple Kush, Northern Lights, sour diesel or lemon Hayes line, the shelves and in every shop, someone is willing to advise you on the variety they say is best suited to the kind of high you might want and energizing buzz or coming mellow. They're like pot Semillas, picking out the perfect we'd for your particular needs. But what does science know about all these strains and hybrids that are being the product of generations of underground plant breeding for the answer, we went to British Columbia where Canada's top cannabis botanist plies his trade. We also visited a local Vancouver dispensary for their perspective on their wares. So my name is Jonathan page. I'm an adjunct professor in the botany department. That you see and the CEO and co founder of an Andy labs. So we're coming into our sample reception area and I guess it should be immediately obvious that we have cannabis sitting on the bench in front of us. So an India does the quality control testing that's required the licensed producers and patients who grow cannabis for themselves ship it to our loud here and we receive it in this room. So teach see is what's called in chemical terms Cavanaugh and there's about one hundred fifteen Cabanillas known from the cannabis plant in total. And those are, you know, structural variance of t.j see and things that are sort of chemically similar, but not exactly like h c blocked. Like when people smoke or vague or ingest it, they also receive cab noise other than THC CBD. Lots of Turpin interpreters are found throughout the plant kingdom. They're generally volatile. So you know, you'll smell them when you get close to the plant, or you need damage the plant. And so canvas makes a mixture of different Turpin 's that give it these distinct odor. So that kind of skunk he smell of of cannabis that you can smell. You know, if you walk into a dispensary or what have you that's due to the Turpin. It's not due to the cabinets were actually not smelling teach see where smelling the turbines. Oh, and welcome to the Muslim cannabis dispensary. So if you go into dispensary in Vancouver currently, often, the producer or the retailer will describe them as sativa Indica or hybrid. You know, we have a variety of different strains Indika if you wanna relax diva, you need something a little more uplifting. And this is a classification system that's present in the cannabis community. It's quite widely accepted that there's these different types of plants stereotype is that Indika plant wise, they're kind of short more dense, branching wider leaves. Indicas are going to be your more relaxing. You're more.
"indika" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck
"They're streaming right now and now and now I, let's get back to the show. I have a lot of questions about the joint, but the last thing I want to see about marijuana is, do you ever brush up against the names, certain things? Because I think at this point, people have lost their mind where it's like this strange called dyslexia oil. This strange called Margaret Thatcher like that's, that's a human trying to get a handle, get control. Yeah. And that's what they're trying to do Mark the government right now in the in the big companies, they're trying to get a control point where they can control it where they can say, oh, I've, I've got blueberry, and you can't get those anywhere. But here. No, it's a weed. It grows anywhere for anybody. It's here to stay in. I don't care what you call. They asked me what your favorite strain. I says marijuana is probably my favorite street. I like that answer or they see dude like sativa or indicates that depends on what what I'm smoking. If it's a sativa loves the TV, but Indy-Car love Indika recently, my buddy Landon. I and we both don't smoke anymore. But in our day did did a lot of research. And we went to one of these fancy marijuana stores in near the beach, and someone comes up and showing him a strain. And he's like, this is lemon, cookies, zest, and you know, and it's time Scott top note of passion fruit. Everybody looks at and goes back in my day. We used to call this stress. This is trash like they were like, no, no, it's lemon. Cookie. Bread. Hey, we used to sell. Little Pinter's made out of marijuana, dust. Yes, exactly. In the there were so small. They look like toothpicks in their sold for a dollar a piece, but it helped the band get through the set we, we would share one of those little joints and would be enough because what happens with marijuana, it's like I say, it affects the brain. So even the word marijuana, even though we're even the sound of my voice has enough THC in it to trigger the brain that people. That's why they loved our record so much because people can't stone without getting stone. Just listening to us. Yeah, gestion thing. It's not what Trump's doing to the world. Now he's hypnotizing everybody. He hypnotizing and that's what that's what marijuana does to it can it's, it's just like it affects a brain. Therefore, if you even mentioned there, talk about like you, you, I know that you that you will get a buzz. Talking about it. Yeah. I'm feeling it now. I don't wanna tell you guys. It's incredible. I don't exactly know where I am, but I'm I'm rolling with it. Speaking of Trump and sort of what happened with you. Go into prison in two thousand and four. It was so based off of a ridiculous regime that was in office and it had so much to do with politics are. Are you like pulling your hair out seeing this sort of happening again, we'll no, I'm loving it. Yeah, I'm one of those. I predicted Trump did you I, you know, in my own weird way. Again, piss a lot of people out because I said it would be bad if he won and they would say, why as well, because he's a builder I says in if you did win. The only thing he knows how to do is build. So I am visioned infrastructure happening all over because as a builder, he he will get all the contracts and he would be rich beyond beyond anybody's imagination. But however, because of who he is. He, you know, Trump. Here's the way I describe Trump. No Trump is like a wild animal loose in your house. And if you mess with him, he'll crap all over. He'll he'll do all sorts of weird things. So what you gotta do you go to open the door, show him way out and you've got to put some food out there. And you've got to entice him to go out and you got to calm them down. You don't want to get him upset because that's what they're doing now. See, here's what happened with Trump. I, it's, it's on your podcast. It's it's a lot of people don't agree with me, but here's what happened with Trump. He is a con man. He just wants money and he doesn't really want the money, but he's a rich car, man..
Pot Breathalyzer: California Company Creates THC-Detecting Breathalyzer For Safer Roads
"Is weekend addition from NPR news I'm Scott Simon The group Nexium says its mission is to quote raise human awareness and. Celebrate what it means to be human based in Albany it's attracted wealthy. Clients over the, years and promised personal and professional development. But federal prosecutors say the group is a criminal enterprise several members, have been charged with sex trafficking, racketeering and other crimes and, this includes the group's, leader Keith Rene and Allison Mack the actress last week four more women were charged and fluting an. Heiress to the Seagram's liquor fortune for. More about Nexium we're going to turn to Vanessa Gregorio she's been. Reporting on. The group for the New York Times. Magazine this Gregorios thanks. So much for being with us thanks for having? Me, so what are what are they promise which alluring well Nexium on the face of it is one of these intensive therapy outfits. That offers courses maybe. Last a. Weekend or several days twelve hours. A day very wealthy. People were involved in this rate you. Could spend too Eight hundred three hundred thousand. Dollars on. Their classes no problem they claimed that. They could help people. Overcome childhood trauma, a divorce by integrating? Is what? They, called it those experiences into their lives and they were using a form of hypnosis to help people see their way through these, terrible events in their. Lives and. It worked for a lot of. People by many accounts Yeah and, I mean? It's it's tempting to see if there any illusions? I, guess both, with s and let's say even Scientology do you see any I think this is squarely, in the tradition of on, self help, and certainly there's, a secret side to, it much like. Scientology where we are, now learning that there were some things going on in. This group that were. Extremely unsavory like what according to, the federal, prosecutors in your, own reporting. Well you know it's clear that the, group was demanding fealty not only to the ideas that they had but also to the leader, Keith Ranieri middle aged guy lived in. New York. All his life they called him vanguard and they believed. He was some sort of all being so behind. The scenes there was also, a lot of you know he had many many girlfriends and in the last couple of years he was using some. Of the women in the group to bring other women too His bed with what we think are pretty coercive tactics which, of course of tactic the women claimed to, other women that they could kind of move more quickly down their personal growth path if they joined this women's only international, self help? Group there was a man who is involved in. This, group and, it was the leader heath who knew much of what was going on he was in, at least one case if, not more, those women were, coming to his bed, and he was. Then seducing them additionally, of course the New York Times Brooklyn us that they. Were branded with a. Symbol that looks kind of like, a hieroglyph, indeed they actually, were his. Initials k. and r. and women were, not told that how how does this boorish in reprehensible behavior become sex trafficking sexual The argument that the prosecutors are making is that there, was coercive sacks here that. Some of the women were actually acting or specifically Alison math this actress she was coercing women into having. Sex with him and that she was indeed kind of, a Madam where she was bringing in these women and she was also getting some sort of financial benefit within the group from Keith. Himself to financial reward for sexual favors, financial reward for sexual favors exactly even after these charges, the group still operating well they've. Closed, down all, of their classes you cannot go to them anymore and try to work out your problems but even after the. News, came out of the New York Times about women being branded at least one hundred members stayed with the group they think that they have not Done anything wrong, and they believe that they'll be vindicated. Vanessa Grigory Addis contributing writer for the New York Times Sunday magazine thanks. So much for being with us thank you Scott police across the country are growing concerned, about stoned drivers behind the wheel thirty states and. Washington DC of legalized medical marijuana Nine of those plus the district have legalized recreational pot one California company now says it's made a major breakthrough in creating. What some thought of as a kind, of unicorn a marijuana Breathalyzer NPR's Eric westervelt has our story in, his downtown Oakland office Mike Lynn hold his creation in the palm of his hand device about the size of a large. Mobile phone with a small plastic tube and a slot for. A cartridge this is this, is a disposable cartridge. And there's a whole bunch of science in this in this Partridge but Lynn is not some, pipe-dream Stoner inventor the entrepreneurs also a. Practicing, ER, trauma, doctor in an active swat team medic he's seen. Firsthand sometimes devastating impact of drunk and. Drugged drivers. The CEO of hound labs the scientific device company he founded slips a new, cartridge into the pot Breathalyzer since starts to blow Indicator Barr show whether the machine detects any THC the psychoactive, component in pond tools now, on the market to German marijuana use tests blood saliva or urine. Those devices can take days for. Result and they can't tell whether a person has smoked a half. Hour ago or eight days ago THC dissolves in fat so it can stay in your body up to a month, after us but Dr Lynn says his company's device detects whether someone has smoked, pot in, the last two hours what's considered the peak impairment window it accurately does that he says by measuring the mere presence of THC molecules in parts per trillion in. Your breath and that's in contrast to, alcohol which is parts per thousand THC is something like a billion, times less concentrated than alcohol that's why it hasn't been done before because it really is hard the company hopes to have. The Breathalyzer ready for sale by early next year a handful. Of police departments including Boston, plan to work with. Hound labs to test the device starting this fall for law enforcement there issue Is trying to figure out who's potentially impaired versus hey. Who somebody who smoked maybe yesterday, is not impaired they're interested in it providing objective data for them at the roadside just. Like they have for alcohol but a big problem there's still no. Scientific or legal consensus on what amount of THC equals functional impairment that matters, to the courts only seven, states have set basic legal guidelines as to how much THC in. The system makes you dangerous behind. The wheel Harvest a stylish dispensary in San Francisco's, mission district David downs. Does some market research Roma which is really scrumptious the California bureau chief for the cannabis news site lethally has. His nose in a jar of Indika dominant hybrid buds.
"indika" Discussed on KOMO
"Welcome back to the show you're listening to our expert i am nick miles so we were talking in the first half of this interview to heiko schmidt about am jesus in the engines six hundred and three horsepower in the e sixty three wagon and the e sixty three sedan how do you something that goes that far east you have to make it stop as well don't you and i noticed some very colorful breaks on this vehicle you probably notice a lot of gold on the right indika educating the cars were equipped with the carbon ceramic brake system which is inexpensive option but worth every penny because obviously there's a number of advantages to a carbon ceramic brake people know that it's a lot less weight that you carry around but i'm from wait which is which is great in a in a sports car that's what you want break this cool down considerably faster so if you do intend to figure out on the track which i'm sure every one of our customers on a regular basis then it's absolutely worth stepping up to those and they just look too i mean there insanely big and you have the gold calipers there recognize it right away that you were equipped with a break let's talk a little bit about performance of the vehicle zero to sixty three point three and three point four for the wagon presumably the wagons point ten of a second slower because it has the extra weight just a couple of more cars carrying around just a just a couple then then you have things like the top speed now you're gonna have to electrically control at presumably because this this six hundred and three horsepower is a lotta of horsepower and a vehicle yeah the top speed is is i'm eighty miles an hour which i mean obviously the cargo faster but it's mostly the highest we're concerned with so we have to up to a completely different set of tires he wanted to enable the cargo even thoughts on that i do doubt that customers experiences but station comes to all the car it's just a journalist right right let's talk a little bit about the drift mode because this is something that i know that the team in nashville where a little bit sheepish about showing me but eventually i managed to coax it out of them so the vehicle has adrift modes normally the wagon that we would driving is an all wheel drive it's the mercedes benz of course well known for their all wheel drive systems but there is a way to disable it correct so maybe lose the word about the the actual all driving beca i kind of the hitler or the drift mode as we call it so could use of featured a on you will be called fanatic plus overdrive system for the first time there is a variable talk distribution from quantum so meaning the system can i it's not a division as we had in the past like a sixty seven thirty three typically used to be sixty seven percents of the actual thirty three percent of the front but now the system can actually ship all the way up to one hundred percent of the torque to the reacts and based on whatever driving situation what makes no sense excellent heiko thank you it's always great to talk to you and people can find out more at mercedesbenz website i could talk to you for another four hours about this i am so enthralled with these vehicles thanks for joining us when we come back we're gonna have more about cars and some special stuff we've been saving.
"indika" Discussed on We Hate Movies
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Simon Passion, Detroit and President discussed on Online Trading Academy
"Is indycar racing returns to detroit twenty thirteen grand prix winner simon passion oh says here's a special place in his heart for the motor city is actually the site of my first win and indika i ever win which is always super special for driver following the transam and super truck races this morning the chevrolet dual in detroit indy white race one will begin at three thirty this afternoon of course any race to the headline event for tomorrow president donald trump is trying to downplay hopes for a quick breakthrough even after announcing the historic summit with north korea's kim jong un is back on meantime us commerce secretary wilbur ross's arrived in beijing talks on china's promised to buy more american goods cbs news with more coming up at ten o'clock w w j news time is now nine fifty three this is a michigan moments i'm rob mason a university.
"indika" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"indika" Discussed on Israel Story
"I'm totally r j u prettier thank you but pretty quickly even zev was in over his head so they reached out to the modern day oracle google for help and deciphering the words in acronyms they saw mentioned in the posts also while you're on your phone can you please look up the difference between sativa indika because we're going to order and i should know effect yet indicate affect tend to be sedating and relaxing with full buddy effect sativa effects tend to be uplifting and creative with serie belief focused effects on the board for steve odu that sounds awesome a g orgies different in the end they settled on indika and preceded they were on journalistic mission after all to try in order one gram or they initiated personal chats with a bunch of sellers trust in gross mcdonough and that's the kind of dealer i want to have a relationship that's what i'm saying k moving onto cheesy mcduck face the angel has already responded montana we'd just accepted my request xoan sending them the message i'm sorry that i keep using the melburnians i'm sure some of these drug dealers are women a cheesy mcduck responded so let me this this but just before they have seal the deal with cheesy mcduck who they i got cold feet she was concerned about dangerous criminals entering her otherwise very much criminal free life who's the sky and may he's dangerous maybe he just wants to kill us that night though the dangerous criminals who they are feared turned out over the phone at least to be nice guys and more than anything they just got a kick out of zagreb's lack of experience the doctor has responded.
"indika" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"The scum the so as yup why that was decades from matthew good news banned there performing live in acute music studio dstld like if these still like reading music doubt yeah yeah absolutely is that the thing you like the most i do i do i do it i can sit down with absolutely anything and just something will come to mind and to use that anything is a creative tool to find something three there is no bring this up is because i i often wonder about this intersection that you brought up in the past between creating things creating art and and mental illness and you've talked in the past about struggling with with bipolar disorder yeah and i've often wondered whether the actual creation of art or what you have to do a rounded coming here and talk to me uh tour on a bus or torrent advan for for months at a time does that exacerbate what's already there it can yeah i mean i mean i i remember in the early nineties being in some small cafe gold comeback city razor pretty much throw myself in front of a bus really and just had been you know i mean back then right you're in a van sixteen shows in eroded winnipeg from vancouver sleep in the vanity gas stations don't shower for eight days you know if you can but yeah i think we adjust dipped into upstate new york and we'd come back in indika bakken um yeah i was done and it was funny because i just to go up panin narrowed lurks everything's automatic kind of their so there's dad aspect to it.
"indika" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It's just it's hard to criticize steps towards the goal but look i don't think that they're i think teams will be almost equally mickey slightly less motivated to actually there's no year there is no right answer there is no solution it's just ways to try to help i do love the idea of man i'm so glad they fix this this year because it would have germany crazy food did all year long if the the the foul shots on the reason make it look like a natural motion to get your your breeze i thought that was the most eat the easiest rule they could have done that midway through the season last yes listen we're not going to call thousand those unless it the natural shooting moshe while now that they did that get that ugly part of the game was felt like the ref should just have a that was bs clause it had recall they make that was just be as might be about the rules the dow somebody as we want you try to actually big baskets that your ear for okay all the guy travel nauseam act the truth like okay like you're right you're right player that was somebody as i could do that because ever referee and they should totally go nfl mode right there and have the the rest mike also the all coronary bigger here mad basketball fans at all were happy with me because that was the only did they did kinda do that today's harden though with the actual active shooting in india hands in the motion because he goes get a lot of contact on the way of the whole oil and then sort of like finish was left today for his if you're going to the rim that's fine if those three it's the the leanings 3pointers like have you ever she hit a threepointer like that it's ridiculous you can't play defense if you can't fly by the guy and contest like it's just it's it's a great route physical year as in for jalen rose dave jacoby this is still j alan indika we for some reason next on espn radio it's time for keeping movement we've abel balbo the american in nashville in wild card games until a champion his crowd at the world series major league baseball's postseason can be heard right here on espn radio and on the.
"indika" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour
"Bush to episode of time or way didn't if it was six months to come onto netflixing them which only one guy name more justify warning for yang remember hair completely appropos nothing when series two was on i just reviewed every episode for the caixin indika website you're probably gonna do that again so you know we'll see if you'll the person he has to edit os before i get post8 you might wanna watch him as thorough could point actually because due to the loss tomonori daleyharris with our us counterparts on with ecopa can we read them die now the i've watched them oh pressure a year so look out for a tour committed in book now you see every day you any here i'm not so convincingly english occur um his about vampires in whips and streep humanity this is important i wonder okay so carso rainier as khruschev runners was a video game back in the day i didn't i am okay were act tossed which will castle find your walls in egypt who might look like why did we get married taken kind of disdain year we do know quite a few cars wearing a games the normally um sides grodas after saying puma honda to seraphin propre cost hoover in your game which is why why having i'm not gonna jiji ruler remember the by was was a breakthrough whip and directly was in it that was and it was a carso that that was konrad the which sexy dracula theme online there is no 60truck because he winds up the same way from tearing people i have nothing sixyear by that account i'm sorry.