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"institute medicine" Discussed on Dear Baseball Gods,

Dear Baseball Gods,

07:40 min | 6 months ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on Dear Baseball Gods,

"Today's talk. We're going to discuss diamond babble, so this is. A phrase or a or not a phrase is a term that coined because they become increasingly frustrated with the biomechanical junk terminology used to describe baseball actions. That's really just popularized. By, Gurus and people who don't really understand what they're talking about, and so they hide behind this fancy language to describe things that you could. Honestly, if you took the time and the care, and you understood it well enough, you could describe anything in baseball to a ten year old. This is really a sticking point for me and a lot of my peers that I respect because. When you are coach. It's your job not to make yourself look as smart as possible, but it's your job to help. Other people learn and grow, and were using terminology that talks above them. It just shows a disrespect, a lack of respect for their intelligence, and also I think exposes. What is really just a a lack of depth of knowledge on your own part? Because if you can't simplify something, then you don't understand it well enough. Anything can be boiled down into into layman terminology. or Using analogies all this other stuff to help people understand so let me give you some examples of diamond battle. I'm going to read some real tweets. From our fabulous world of twitter, okay? This is referring to catching. Slow motion extension to flex in mapping. There's tremendous value in going fast and allowing the body to self organize slowing it down also has a role in high level motor pattern development. Okay do you have any idea what he was referring to? He was basically referring to catcher like turning his wrist and hand over and learning to kind of catch, threw the ball. That's how he explained it. Selection to or extension to flick Shen mapping. That's where we are in twenty twenty describing catcher actions behind the plate it's it's baffling. Here's another one catcher throwing patterns important to look at as they can easily slip into compensation patterns. Here's a guy who's going from elbow fletch into extension, and was dealing with some anterior shoulder discomfort, due to the humor will head being pushed forward at lay back so this requires you as a coach or player or a parent who wants to learn. it requires you to know what a compensation pattern is. What is the compensation pattern? elbow fluctuation with the angle of bend in your elbow. To extension, which is used straightening your elbow. To anterior shoulder discomfort anterior is the front of your shoulder. And humor ahead. which is this the ball of your Your upper arm is your humorous. And then being pushed forward into lay back, your arm lays back. In external rotation, extra rotation is your arm going back into that grows position. You see when you throw so again. Here's the guy who's going from elbow flex into extension. It was dealing with some anterior shoulder comfort. He could have said here's a guy who was you know going from. I don't even know what he's actually getting doesn't have a video with it but you know he's had some pain in the front of his shoulder, but he had to use the word interior. Here's another one. The task constraints band, one hop in parentheses assist in more efficient glove path as well as elbow extension after the catch. Fascinating really learned a lot there. Here's one about hitting for context. The barrel doesn't need to be delivered with this type of release pattern. ooh! Yoda release. Pattern isn't hidden. 'cause I don't. this is just one released technique. You can also deliver that deliver the head and a couple other ways the principal, though is that it should be releasing proximal judicial in quotation marks are in parentheses into out which is good. He was trying to summarize. I. Appreciate that gaining speed. Different hitters create others a three-part tweet. Different hitters create different degrees of separation, but they shouldn't be disconnected. The goal of separation is to pull out Fazul slack from the spiral sling and gain cross body connection, not create disconnection and dragged the barrel like a truck pulling a trailer. For context. Because, this is good. We do need context for context. The barrel doesn't need to be delivered with this type of release pattern. I mean I think that's obviously this point. This is just one released technique. Actually, so, that was the first tweet I. I went back with their eyeballs. Here's another one been really feeling the concept of no release. Medicine Vol work lately. The impulse it creates on the body to generate stability rapidly distribute tension is something I think has a lot of value in instituting medicine ball-work into a program. Fascinating so. I'm GonNa read one more. This is like the Max is like the Mac. Daddy. Oh good good Lord. A consideration for pelvic recoilless guy talking about hitting a consideration for pelvic recoil Semi Colon I do love the use of semi-colons by the way I use them in my writing, but. Twitter's really the place for although I do use twitter, so I can't really hate here. A consideration for pelvic recoil pelvis is pulled into the lead Femur via at Dr Magnus and the ASA Tabula M- rotates internally on the federal head via anterior glued fibers. The Er fibers of the Gluten Med undergo stretch at high velocity to the bio mechanics and reflex occurs. I mean out there in audio land. There's no way you have any idea what that tweet man. There's like no context through which you could figure out what this guy's talking about. Even with the accompanying photos or videos or gifts, it's just diamond babble. It's just nonsense. It's just junk terminology. And so, what I really respect about a lot of the people that. mentored me in the strength conditioning industry, and I'll list a couple Nick Tim Manila one of my mentors. I intern for him. He's a world around personal trainer. Strength Coach writer. He does seminars all over the world, and he gives people really good actionable like time-tested logical fitness advice, and it was something that I always use all my strength programs. Mike reinold I never worked for him never interned under him, but I worked as an editor on his league baseball performance website. He asked me to speak at one of his seminars and he is just a guy who does gives gives gives to other people who are trying to make a name for themselves in the industry someone that really lifts people up and he's one of the smartest guys his hands in all sorts of research I mean, he is one of the leading baseball researchers, and he makes everything clear, Lehman and simple. And one of my others is often. He is the essentially like the the big name in the baseball physics, so he's at P. O. B. on twitter and I mean he's a world renowned in creating the BB core standard in creating You know different densities for baseball's measuring seems all the changes in the baseball, and in bats, all these basser vacations Allen's been part of panels, helping to understand and like certify the physics essentially all this stuff, so I mean incredibly smart when it comes to the spin, the physics of flight, a baseball's I mean he's been a physics professor for forty years. He's. Retired now, but he's still America's. And if you go to listen to one of his talks, because I've spoken sabre seminar. He spoke. He's been at saver seminar senses inception. He helps organize.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

12:44 min | 10 months ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"As a vaccine side effects either manufacturers on their insert so. How do you argue that? They're not causing it. Maybe they aren't and if they tell us what is it's an environmental factor It's not jeans jeans to cause an annex and none of that happened within three decades thirty years. There's NO GPS. Nothing happens in our. Dna moves fast. There's no other explanation. We have an massive environmental impact happening and the illness I mean this is and this is something we would say easily. On the doctors this is medically establish this is the sickest nation of children in the industrialized world and we have the six generation of children. America we've seen in since we most vaccine schedule and so you look at the nation that has the least aggressive vaccines Japan Japan. I was just GONNA ask about has lowest infant mortality. It has the best health outcomes. I virtually every measure highest quality of life till death. Japan ranks number one at this amazing and by the way they did have an vaccine number of an epidemic. And the accident. They dropped the facts in this. Did they do same with HP that they've done the Hvac as well after they just see a huge rise and listened to their numbers and the people when they say we're being injured. I mean this. This thing is happening in America in the end. You know I know Bobby. Must have his moments questioning. What am I doing here? I mean it. It's it's a huge thing. We're up against this massive lion and you think of all the other things we could do with our lives. I you know I like to go back to making movies and documentaries but we're talking about the potential to end this species. This thing is so out of control and nobody seems to be carry. I mean we if we have a mistake like thalidomide or you know there's drugs we've had that women took for morning sickness. That ended up making their own daughters. Not Be able to give birth. What happens if we do that? In a vaccine what we have a mandate practice never been through a safety study. That somehow accidentally sterilize doing that. Enough I mean if you look at the. Clinical trial was the ovarian out your rate in the clinical was off the charts and we're seeing out they mandated vaccines in two thousand six. And what we're seeing is you would predict from the vaccine clinical trials which is at fertility eight is plummeting any girls in every jurisdiction worthy. Hp is mandated and people are saying. See Anna's ministry. Maybe girls are not interested in sex anymore because they're on their cell phone all the time. They're doing this depression. The huge depression rate in the HP clinical trials and now they're saying girls particularly suicide rate. Eight depression rate is now is now catching up with boys for the first time in history and again saying maybe it's from cell phones. It's from something else that's all. I'm history happened in two thousand six year. The same year at Lenny. Aids population wide ax was the that vaccine was mandated for every child. That predicted would happen in the clinical trials. And they'll say it's anecdotal anecdotal. That the timing's though it's anecdotal. That's but but look use. Your use reminds here okay. Let's say it is. It's definitely McDonnell right. But why is this the one topic you know? You have a timing your entry points were vaccines are mandated immediately. We see the change in health outcomes based on what we knew from the trials. This is all logical thinking and yet this is the one discussing. You're not allowed to have. We could talk about cell phones at Al. We have the correlation all of these and Elsa well correlation is a nation which is true we also have the Animal. Studies have the clinical studies. We have the biological studies. We have the pharmacological studies. Those are all in literature. Nobody's looking at him. Oh it's not just we're not just relying on causation. Yeah the autism epidemic started in one thousand nine hundred nine as as the year that the axiom schedule was changed and people say okay. Well let's beaches to coincidence. Could be a we also have one hundred and sixty animals just Clinton cost IDA is epidemiological studies. That say it is vaccines. That's causing a large part of the autism epidemic. The point I was just GonNa make us. It's like a teenager that you call you know. What's the Dent in the car? Took the car out last night. Why are you accusing me? You can't like. Why are you accusing me? That's wrong that's how the reacting like they're being censor that. Stop that shut up. You're not allowed to say the soon as you start hearing an industry speaking about one thing and your government saying this one space. You're not allowed to ask the obvious questions to me that she put up the biggest Red Flag. Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding. Were obviously onto something here. You know and anybody that parents that it's dangerous to be questioning these things or you know. This is just crazy. Anti boxer talk. It's simply not the science is on a side is anyone that looks everybody. That will say that they are pro vaccine and they looked in doing what you know. They're making the decision. The truth is is they believe and they wanna live in a world where listening to my doctor makes me smarter. Person that goes and investigates themselves because if you actually go and start reading the literature even the studies that they point to the same thing you see the problem with the study right away for instance the big study out of Denmark right now say we've looked at signal. Hundreds of thousands of children we prove the. Mr Doesn't cause autism because basically they broke up in groups they had all the kids that got all the vaccines and then all the all the vaccines plus or the other way everything anymore and the group that got everything and the more well. First of all. They're fully vaccinated. Everyone in this hyper v. Actually at least by Denmark actually. It's about one third of the vaccines we get in America. But here's the point. If any other vaccine can cause autism which I would say is. I've traveled this country. More people claimed de tap vaccine causes autism. Then even the Emma more which is what my film is about and that was shocking to me. I was traveling the countries backs more people said. We never got the vaccine. Our kid gone onto some tap. So here's the problem everyone. Now Sanjay Gupta interesting cooper. The proof is in the Denmark. Study proves it you know. Vaccines don't cause autism. First of all he can't say vaccines plural. You can say the more because that's the only part that was looked at but here's a problem just thinking about how the study works. If de tap causes autism in your control group everyone's getting T- tap accion. This study's useless. It's absolutely have twenty two epidemiological studies. That's all they have ad they rely on vaccines cause autism. And here's the problem. There's not a single one of studies. That is the kind that you do if you really wanted to know. Which has the vaccinated group any looking unvaccinated group? And you compare the outcomes that they've never done that every one of the Abilene vaccinated group and comparing it to a slightly less happy. Haven't leave is the same thing as if you were looking for cancer and associated twenty cigarettes and cancer and you looked at people who smoked a pack of cigarettes at versus people who smoke twenty two cigarettes a day and not see. It's calculated Berry. Is the other? Problem is none of them. Look at each none of them. Look at happy. When Congress passed the Vaccine Act people all over. The Country. Thought TAP was causing there autism. This twelve years before. Andy Wakefield twelve years before Congress ordered. Hhs is part of the vaccine vaccines or whether the D. top is causing autism as h has ever done already know the thirty forty years later later that moral never been done by anybody and they were. They were scolded. I The Island Institute medicine which is the ultimate arbiter vaccine science in one thousand nine hundred ninety one thousand nine hundred ninety four and two thousand eleven and two thousand fourteen. Iom back and said you are not doing the study that Congress told you to do which is the look at de tap and autism. It hasn't ever been and that's when I think what we've proven through lawsuits and continued lawsuits. Is that the way this game work since they don't do the science and if you really listen closely to how they say they will say there's no scientific studies that prove that point that prove that. Causation they're literally avoiding doing the science. So they can keep reporting to you. Hey we just can't find the study anywhere that makes that association even though hundreds of thousands of eye witnesses around the world on a yearly basis or pointing out the same suspect and saying. Please investigate that suspect the powers of the world being driven by the pharmaceutical industry a removing one suspect from the lineup. And then telling us all. It's a mystery. We don't know what is huge decline in health and so with all of this said my question after hearing all of all of these arguments put together which is what we've been trying to get people to read and Vaccine Safety Commission the fifty studies that are there. We've translated them. We've made people read. The you know there was we needed to use. Vpn To access that because they would literally block the access to the websites that will contain the translations. We've translated boxed we've translated the truth about vaccines at least part of it is translated into multi different languages. But still you know I'm hearing this today. I'm thinking so. There are a lot of people in other countries parents for saying. I'm not comfortable with this. I don't like what I see. I see a lot of people writing that I should be looking into something. I'm looking into it and I don't like what I find but at the same time my country is mandating. Me Is scaring me. You know. The media is controlled censorship. All we've discussed today. What do people do like what is what would you say? What kind of support needs to be there? What sort of action needs to take place for this to really start changing you know. Can people do anything? Who are you know? Look if you live in the United States you cannot do a vaccine up and and we're doing now is out. Ways are not products liability. You know other ways it's for fraud lying about you know bad advertising those kind of things and it's tricky and they're all new ways of litigation. We think we're going to be able to do it. And other country. Most countries on at prohibition and what I would say is you know I I would urge lawyers world starts going over the Gardasil vaccine these vaccines are damaging huge numbers of women and much easier than the kids vaccine because the kids vaccinated an infant. Can't talk and they're getting twenty six twenty eight accent. You don't know what caused it and you wait until they're nine or ten years old and give An. Hp vaccine is a perfectly healthy child..

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"institute medicine" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Hours of each other shop everybody in the country he believes the Ohio state legislature will have a hard time opposing governor Mike the winds plan to reduce gun violence I think the pressures on the winds proposals include a version of the red flag law as well as expanded background checks jury bowed undertake no lie faster say the Atlantic hurricane season looks more active than first expected ten to seventeen named storms with five to nine hurricanes two to four major ones expected I really at Francis C. Chicago's progressive talk eight twenty eight AM W. C. P. T. willow springs and online at W. C. P. T. eight twenty dot com where facts matter this isn't about prejudice or passion enter anything about the presentation of the facts it's about preserving constitution it's about patriotism that is what W. C. B. T. eight twenty where facts matter back on the beach with Jared Kushner has put forward an immigration it is been touted by president trump you know what the changes the immigration system based system only those individuals who have a high level of English get admitted to this country American based plan this plan was never intended to get involved back on the beach with decay Saturdays one to four PM W. C. P. T. eight twenty if you suffer from any pain shoulder pain joint arthritis and stiffness stop and pay attention you don't have to suffer anymore the pain relief institute medicine have a safe and effective treatment called stem cell recruitment that will repair regenerate and make you feel youthful again the best part is it may be covered by insurance and Medicare for qualified patients start living pain free call three one two eight zero zero one four six four I went to the pain relief institute for my chronic knee pain and now I can play with my grandkids without the fear of being in pain I really feel twenty years younger they've changed my life the pain relief institute Chicago land provider of stem cell recruitment has offices located conveniently throughout the Chicago land area and have been helping residents for nearly two decades avoid the pitfalls of surgery stop living with pain call three one two eight zero zero one four six four three one two eight zero zero one four six four stencil recruitment is a trademark of Russell health incorporated see complete disclaimer extenso recruitment dot com everybody wants cheap airfare but where do you find it you call low cost airlines.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on WCPT 820

"One to four PM on W. C. V. two eight twenty if you suffer from any pain shoulder pain joint arthritis and stiffness stop and pay attention you don't have to suffer anymore the pain relief institute medicine have a safe and effective treatment called stem cell recruitment that will repair regenerate and make you feel youthful again the best part is it may be covered by insurance and Medicare for qualified patients start living pain free call three one two eight zero zero one four six four I went to the pain relief institute for my chronic knee pain and now I can play with my grandkids without the fear of being in pain I really feel twenty years younger they've changed my life the pain relief institute Chicago land provider of stem cell recruitment has offices located conveniently throughout the Chicago land area and have been helping residents for nearly two decades avoid the pitfalls of surgery stop living with pain call three one two eight zero zero one four six four three one two eight zero zero one four six four stencil recruitment is a trademark of Russell health incorporated see complete disclaimer extenso recruitment dot com Hey Kevin saving for retirement yeah but how do I start it's easy with auto retirement home change up my strategy I believe the way Hey are key and the ad council through the generous support of individuals like you trees for the future has planted over a hundred fifty five million trees and changed thousands of lives in the last twenty nine years with your help trees for the future continues to train thousands of impoverished farming families across Africa to plant their way out of poverty using an agroforestry method called the forest guard Forrest gardens consist of nearly four thousand fast growing fruit nuts and timber trees the thrive along side by the appropriate props surrounded by a living green fence these forest gardens eliminate.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

The Conspiracy Farm

1:39:10 hr | 1 year ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

"Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the conspiracy far where we don't start to conspiracies. We just had the water in. Now, your host of the most state of the yard most informed five cast on the inter-web. I present to you. Jeffrey will soon, ladies and gentlemen. Are we ready to rock and gentleman for another episode of going to be a very very informed, hopefully comprehensive and civil exchange of ideas on a very very controversial subject rather timely? This conversation hasn't gone away for quite a while. And we're going to talk about why it is so controversial it's pretty much a a vaccine debate lays gentlemen, it's a pro sort of verses ANT, and it's going to be interested informative to very very informed. Hats subject we have Dell. Big tree, he is the producer of vacs very incredible documentary as well as an award winning producer for the show, the doctors television program as well as the host of the high wire check that out on YouTube, Mr. del big trees joining us today. How're you doing, sir? I'm doing good. That's for having me on this. This is great. We're having a discussion very important needed discussion is country. Right. Absolutely. And I will throw it to my co. Oh host you'll see hall of Famer Pat militant for the introduction of the other side. Yeah. Thank you. Jeffrey, George Pardo's. Who's obviously been on our show before a very intelligent guy. A guy that we respect them lot. Obviously, a retired marine a man who's signed his name on the dotted line for the government and served for the people. So also, the host of veteran radio Cincinnati Ohio State University graduate wrestled at the Ohio State University. Forensic study under Eric London. Nineteen ninety-five Gradistea ID special offer. At four o'clock in Alabama in nineteen Ninety-four. Graduate m p investigation school nineteen Ninety-seven wrote for Lonzo comedy, Bill Clinton, science advisor. Nineteen ninety nine masters program. Graduate public policy at Antioch university. Thesis was on vanity bills implementation. Costs from two thousand three two thousand six assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State University. Sorry, George the Ohio State University wrote a position paper for Barry Bonds on his case on the testosterone levels and testing data in two thousand five at worked on the jacket, Ohio State focusing on data sets and exclusion classes for data two thousand eleven founded tech disposal and recycling company specializing in hazardous material. And also. Is the host of veteran radio syndicate on several different veteran run program. So George thank you for joining us del. Thank you for joining us, and we we are super excited to get this going and just to hey, free. Due to have to educated men on the subject talk about this to educate, our listeners and educate the citizens of this country. Thank you for having me on Pat. It's always a pleasure to discuss things with you. And and to Dell I have to say this I want to engage in an honest broker on the subject, and if we can do that today. I my goal is to give you information and. Let me give you a background. What we're doing today? We're working on a project right now where we are testing polyethylene and say lates and the damage they're doing Qendra. And and we're one of the things that you brought up, and is that there there is a study of broad right now that when you mix polyethylene and failings with any of the chlorine dioxides. You get some really adverse adverse. Results from the human body, and what we're trying to figure out as we can figure out some applied compounds that were versed at the problem. I have with some of these debates is. They're not always they don't always have somebody that that brings on the science part of it. And that's what I would. That's what I would like to interject today. So, and that's basically where I, you know, some of the focuses that might be helpful. Great to that discussion. George, and I just want to say, you know, I know I'm labeled as anti vaccine view, but I'm not antibac- seen. I'm pro science. I, you know, I've celebrated when I worked on the doctors television show, I celebrated the best medicine has to offer best scientists guys like George doing amazing work to figure out. How were, you know, poisoning ourselves toxic chemicals in plastics and everything around the world this toxic load on the body is is getting extreme from multiple directions. I think that I think of myself more as a as a consumer advocate and looking at, you know, are we doing everything we can to make these products that we use as safe as they can possibly be. So that down the road. We don't need a scientists saying, oh, my God you've been harming yourselves. You know, let's see if we can reverse step. So I think these are all, you know, it's very important discussion. I'm sure George is the science locked down. I'm going to discuss what? I found in my three year investigation on what I believe is a lack of allowed the important science. It should be being done with axes. Wouldn't absolutely. I mean, George kinda qualified kind of your background, and where you wanted to go with the tonight, and I guess del. You kind of did the same. We'll go ahead. Kind of explain what you the thrust of you wanted to explain tonight. I'm trying to kind of sit back and listen. First question. I guess is. There any useful. Like, you said, you're not completely anti vaccine. And that's kind of what I've always thought. I'm not actually anti vaccines because like I was talking about earlier introducing foreign substances to the body to make it create kind of a natural healing reaction. Guess there's nothing wrong with that. Might thing is what's in these vaccines. And how are they harvesting them from, you know, fetal aborted fetal tissue the monkeys to the edge of instant they throw in there. It's really what's inside is what I have a problem with. Yeah. So I think that, you know, one of the things that when we have this discussion, I think one of the things that I think about it. I just thought about this recently is this is the only body of science in the entire world that is claiming the high ground saying that the scientists completely settled meaning it's immaculate science. It's unquestionable. Anyone that debates that are questions? It is crazy. They're lunatic. This should be cut off of social media platforms. Their documentaries should be expunged. So to me if that's the starting place where at on this science, the only scientific body. I mean, I think George I would hope would be one of the first to admit that in, you know. Say it settled. That's that's that's one the least scientific statements. You can make let me ask you question. Because this is my issue with what your statement, you descend and Pat help me out on this one who has said the sciences, subtle d-. I and honestly because I haven't heard that that that is something that I have not heard in the community. I have what I have said, honestly is this, and I'll give you an example where I agree with you on certain aspects and certain things are just I think they're they're absent of the science part. Let me say the first part if you have if you're a parent out there. This is to the parents who are who don't want to get their child vaccinated. There's a thing out there called a tighter test. You can go take tighter test. You can test your child for the vaccines and the antibodies that their system already possesses. Now, I'm going to say something to Pat, Pat is a your. Are you belong to a group of Croatians who predominately a positive with an RH one negative antibody? That is something comic monk amongst Croatians. It's not any, you know, it's it's the mimics degrees. So some that vaccines that would help their antibodies are going to act reversely than others. So my issue is this if you're saying to me, hey, look, the science settled I have never heard this. What I have heard is that vaccines cause they cause all sorts of diseases, which they don't or they Amalaj that they don't. But here's what the where we can't use science. Let's say this view. Are you worried about your shout? Okay. Take the tighter test. It's ninety nine dollars. You could test which antibodies are present in their system, which were passed down from the mom, which were you know, our present day. And if you feel that you say, hey, listen, I'm willing to take the risk of not. Vaccinate because these antibodies are present than that's fine. There. There's a there's a part science. There's a pathology to it. My my problem has been on the outliers the people that are on the extremes who who say that, you know, vaccines cause Trump derangement syndrome, or they 'cause you know, or they caused SIDS or they cause any of this where it's not there's no pathology to back that up. And that's what I'm worried about. That is what I'm worried about. Because let's let him respond to that. Let them respond to that. So to a couple of your points, first of all many of the leading voices from the pharmaceutical side, Dr Pierre hotel has Dr Paul offered. These guys do say, the scientists settled they say that no one should be questioning this. There should be no debate. We can't give a debate because that will legitimize a side that is totally irrelevant any question on back scenes. So that is stated by, you know, most doctors, and I think that many people watching right now would say a my doctor told me the science was settled that back scenes are safe and effective period. So I don't know who you're talking to. I'm not talking about general population. I'm talking about the thought leaders for the pharmaceutical side that is the statement that they make and it's the statement that you hear from Sanjay Gupta on CNN and other people like them saying the scientists settled back do not cause autism. You know, the scenes are safe and effective. There's no reason to not backs Nate will you just brought up a perfectly good reason to not use one of the vaccines. And that's if you have tighter that you already got into bodies develop for that disease. But here's one of the things, my nonprofit does we? We also look at the legislation the legal side of this and Georgia. I wish you right? I wish checking your titles meant anything. But here in California where they took our rights away. Whether we can, you know, back Sonate or not back state, or by the way, if my if someone California's simply skips a hepatitis b vaccine on the first day of life with their baby because they don't think a sexually transmitted disease. Like aids is a concern on the first day of life or probably till the child is sexually active or getting to a place where they might share needles. They are unvaccinated. Dick cannot go to school in California. And it doesn't matter whether they show titles to measles or mumps or rebel. It's not allowed as part of the Scottish Tigers do not wait in. So these are some of the things that we out there are multiple states that have tried to pass laws saying we would love to have tighter tests to if you know, if we show antibodies, then we shouldn't have to get that back scene, but the pharmaceutical lobby shoots that down every time. So george. There's one place where have you would join me in reaching out and saying I Billy are important. I would love that. And here's here's here's one of the problems that I have with this is that look nowhere. And I'm going to say this slowly, I am never going to defend the pharmaceutical companies because and I will never do. I I mean, I am not on the side of the pharmaceutical companies on the side of saying, hey, listen, if you show me the pathology, I will build you a data set. I will be on your side. I'm a listen. This is the inhibitor that is in this compound that has attached to you know, to the cell and created status. I you know, I will join it. But here the the issue is this is that when people are saying, a drug can do something it can't do or seeing a drug and do something it saying this drug will do this. When he can't it's like, some people say, well, you know, what if you just use jazzmen and peppermint, oil cure cancer. That's the. Issues that I have and that becomes a big problem. Now, the hepatitis B. I don't know the California law in and out. So I will have to study that the problem with the hepatitis B. Is you have to protect the heard and one of the things that's happening right now downtown LA, you have typhoid outbreak. Which in the history of its twenty nineteen I had to check my calendar twice. And I'm like it's twenty nine hundred and we have typhoid break in America, it twenty nineteen that that's where the that is where the the craziness becomes. So I think that the hepatitis A. And no, we had an owner note typhoid I haven't seen that. I don't know we referring to check real quick. Can I interject real quick? And this is where we we run into problems with and this is this is just a side note. But when you take a good portion of the outbreaks of measles, and typhoid and LA the LA county court. House. They have to rip out all our and put it all back in because all the stuff that's going on down there. When you overlay. The outbreak map over sanctuary city, sanctuary state maps, a lot of this stuff coincides Georgia, and that's what worries me is a lot of this stuff is being blamed on antibac- Sers. When in fact, it's being brought in by by these illegal immigrants and make a point to typhoid is actually in California. We don't even use a type way back seen in America or vaccine program isn't really hard at this discussion on typhoid. We also don't have malaria vaccines and things like that where there's issues in third world nations. I think the important thing except for except for the Marine Corps. The Marine Corps is the most animal Tate. I've been in Somalia they're going to vaccinate you for malaria. I mean, there's no doubt one of the things that I would recommend to people, and this is a science part. There is a website called clinical trials dot org. And if you're familiar with them go to that site and look up what people are doing the clinical trials because one of the issues with those clinical trials is they have to state the premise in advance and one of the the proms and to counter what Pat was saying. Yeah. That sounds great about the immigrants. But there's a measles outbreak in in an orthodox Jewish community New York. There's a measles outbreak in the Amish community in Ohio. There's an measles outbreak in Disneyland. So it's not just I mean, I don't know that you know, the guns coming across the border taking their kids to DisneyWorld and here, here's the issue. We as we have diseases evolving as we have diseases changing and looking different we need at least upgrade. Now. One of the things that you can that you can do and you brought this up when you spoke to congress about doing a double. Blind study. Well, here here's the issue. Why not have a if you're if you're really worried about the vaccine and the problems that's causing have chemical marker. And then you can trace that to whether it's the hippocampus whether it's the amid the LA whether it is the the frontal lobe because basically one of the issues that you can do is you can study the policy now, my my problem is when the people that are debating, this do not understand what liposomes are where they don't understand. What microphone is are? They don't understand what the modern Conrail DNA is. And they they make these assumptions, and they make these jumps. And all of a sudden Brenda who says why did my research say, okay? What's what's lymphatic system? I. And and that's you know, that's the problem. I have and I'm sitting here saying, well, listen, you know, when a pattern of merges the truth is revealed, and that's where I think that we ought to say to. To the public. Hey, listen, we understand that. There's a concern. There are people that get vaccines, and all of a sudden, they have stroke like. Symptoms. No one wants it. No one wants to harm their kid. No one want. I I mean, I'm part Spartan. And. Yeah. I mean, I I might not have a prompt thrown kids over the cliff, but at the same time, I mean, I know that people might get offended at that. So why not do some these tests? All right. So I think, you know, obviously, George is going to be able to take us really deep in the weeds of the science, which I think is awesome. And again, I'm passionate about a love it. And I look forward to doing it. I think for the people out there, George let me lay out some of the issues that that I have they're they're more pedestrian than that. And then maybe we can take the science deeper. So people know where I'm coming from. All right, number one. The reason I'm here is I made a film called backs. I was working doctors television show, and I discovered that there was a whistle blower inside of the CDC's centers for disease control and prevention that came forward and said they had committed scientific fraud on the MR autism study place between two thousand and two thousand four I in. Investigated looked into that I looked at. There was ten thousand documents. He provided saying that we basically as you pointed out you set up the study parameters ahead of time. That's how we make sure that fraud doesn't take place. They looked at three thousand kids, and it was a timing study did the children that got the vaccine on time between twelve and eighteen months have higher rates of autism than those that had waited 'til after three years old now everybody in the study was back stated nobody was unbanned naked and what we was discovered in. That was looked specifically at African American children were numbers were really off the charge African American children two point five six times more likely to develop autism. If they got the vaccine on time versus those at Wade's left at three years old, then when they looked at boys boys were even more severe. And that goes with saying, we know that boys supper autism more than girls. And so when they look African American boys it went up to three point five six times more likely to have autism. And then they looked at the group that was coming out of England. The whole discussion in early two thousand was people were saying they were getting the vaccine in their child's regressing into autism losing the ability to walk and talk and the up in diapers when they had gotten out of diapers had perfect app. Gar scores. And then suddenly were you know incapacitated. And that story was prevalent enough that our congress asked the CDC to do this study. And so that group looked at a group called isolated autism saying if this is true, how would we see it in this epidemiology study? How are we going to see this regression autism? So what they did is they group only children that were perfectly healthy but first year of life when they looked at that group. Thompson tells us that the risk was seven to eight times more likely to develop autism. If you've got the vaccine between twelve and eighteen months versus those the wait until after three years old well as a result of that he said behind closed doors. The study was supposed to take six months ended up taking four years. He said we were behind closed doors. We remain. You know, how this goes George? You. Start changing the age group, you start manipulating the groups. You're looking at sea of the fact, okay, and let them finish this. And so when that didn't work, then they literally cut the study body from the three thousand down to about seventeen eighteen hundred kids kicked half the kids off the study, and they still had a slight effect. But then they said it wasn't statistically significant that scientific fraud any way, you cut it. The only way to get around that story is someone has got to call these five scientists in front of the congress because this is a government agency that did it. So that's what started my journey was you had half the kids being kicked off of a study manipulation of data. And then he tells us they a garbage can in the middle of the room and ask them all destroy their hard drives and all of their paperwork. So this is the type of thing and look at you, you know, from veterans affairs. I've done lots of stories on bedrooms affairs on on how we handle the medically when I was working. On the on Dr Phil. And the doctors are government tends to cover up their their inconsistencies and mistakes. And now you gotta do look into the June water study. But here's one of the okay, okay. In the future. When you're talking about a reduction in numbers, it's called second level exponential smoothing in K. So when you're talking about data, there's a data set a data set starts here goes to a subset. And then he goes if you take just a string across it. It's called second level exponential. Smoothing just this is what the actual math term is called one of the problems with that is that I read the Thompson CDC files in one of the groups that he pointed out there was five hundred forty seven and I have right there on my desktop. It's it's there's five hundred and forty seven kids that he'd tested. The problem was that there was no baseline test. Given prior to some of the people. On on the the group that he tested for. So the the issue is one of the other problems with this is the is there's a guy by the name of Paul Schaaf shuttered who's doing the what he basically said is when you have what's called AST autism spectrum disorder. When you expand that number then you include more people, and especially when it's called. You know, it's the. What do you call it? The the intellectual not there's an intellectual autism. There's a physical autism. So you could have people that are intellectually slow, but physically correct? And then physically, correct? And you know, you can have what's like the idiots monce. So those are two different those are two different markers. And I think the problem was when people went to recreate it. We don't know what it looked like prior to that. And the and so one of the problems that we that that, you know, the people that are looking at faxed have said is Andrew Wakefield has been disavowed by his community. He lost his license. He you know, he cannot produce the pathology which is what everybody's asking for you show me show me the marker where where exactly did it did the compound in the vaccine attack, the brain. Are you telling me that you know, is that, you know, first of all it was the aluminum in the people came out with and said. That it was similar saw. And then when you took the soul out autism rates didn't go down. So that correlation was dubious question for you. George quick in that vein. So in the increase of the amount of vaccines that we have from the eighties in the ninety s till now is there. No science behind the increase of those schedules correlation with the increase of epilepsy and respiratory illnesses, etcetera etcetera. Hold on. You've got to slow down. There's a couple. There's an increase in some and there's a decrease in others. So which one are you asking for because the respiratory ones? We've had for example, peanut allergies have increased since nineteen eighty one. Now, we don't know why that is they may be part of it is that our died is changing we're not eating some the same foods that we're using. We're using you know, certain compounds or to tie foods together, for example, corn syrup in hydrolysed oil combined together is the second worst compound that you can address introduced to the human system bar. None. There's there's only one thing worse than that. So part of it is that yes, we have kids that are basically being born with cellular memory from their mom and dad, and that is one of the reasons behind it. And we do have. A depleted DNA to begin with. So it's not just one thing. So like, there's an EPA genetic component to this. Yeah. And then that is one of the that is one of the reasons why we are having issues with certain diseases, and especially there's more prevalence and people that are lurched to milk now me and patter years apart think about this when we were in high school, did, you know, anybody had a peanut allergy. Do you know? Did you know anybody that had a milk allergy? You know, did you know, anybody that had some the allergies that we have today? And, you know, the the problem is yes, we have to do studies and the easiest way to do this is if you create the markers where you can look at where the compounds are entering the system and give me the markers afterwards because I give you a prime example down this is towards something. You said the W H show has shown that the that the consumption of polyethylene. Acetone well being bird mimics, the same symptoms as autism and grown men, and that's happening in Accra Ghana where they're burning plastics to recover heavy precious metal and in Pakistan where they're doing the same thing. So they're having what is basically, you know, in do, you know, upper respiratory track infections, and they're mimicking grown adults are acting as children because of these of these toxins. So the question is how do we get to the pathogens? How do we look at the at the science behind it and say, hey, look, this is the marker. This is what we need to be worried about that. I like that. That's that's exactly what I've been trying to get the CDC and health and human services to do. That's Bobby Kennedy's out there. We are saying we need to do the science. And what we're being told is the science doesn't need to be done because it settled we already have you know, we've done all the scientists necessary. I wanna I wanna correct couple things because there's been some storylines conflicted and put together vaccines about doctor. William Thompson, the scientists at the CDC. Yes, Andy Wakefield's in the beginning that he's off the director the film, but his science is not what is being discussed in backs. The whole issue round the Lancet paper, which he did lose his license over and we could go into an entire one hour discussion about that. I would just reference everybody to look at the exoneration of professor John Walker Smith, which was the other scientists that Andy was working with who lost his license. He fought it for several years and just got it back in the judge essentially said that the handling of this by the general medical council is an abomination of law that that. There was no reason these people's should've lost licensed because the entire reason they lost. It was. On based on ethics and the whole idea was that they didn't get ethical review for the the twelve children. They were working with. They said the general medical council said they didn't get ethical review for the spinal taps and the colonoscopy. They were doing because it was medical research instead of being clinical investigation. Well, John Walker Smith proved that I was doing clinical investigation. Here's the difference for people if I'm doing a spinal tap on someone to heal them, particularly that's clinical investigation, if it's medical research, and I'm doing a spinal tap just to study this person. But I'm never gonna help them only. Go look at the greater body of people, then I do need ethical consideration. And I need ethical approval. The judge said that clearly John Walker Smith who was the treating physician on the Lancet study continued to treat those kids for years after that study therefore it was always clinical investigation. There was no malpractice. Therefore, he got his license back if he got his license back. What does Andy have his license? Why are we arguing whether or not this was true? And by the way, the findings buying Andy Wakefield had been repeated multiple times most recently by UC Davis, which is now putting out molting articles on the fact that the gut Buyum and gut health is affecting not only autism behaviors. But also schizophrenia and other. Behavior issues. And so what we're seeing there's a direct connection to the intestinal health and your brain, health and your psychology. So what indie Wakefield was pointing out over a decade ago is one of the hottest fastest moving parts of science. No is there. Even now saying that the gut represents your second brain in your body. That's how important is. I also want to go back to the fact that what you said about aluminum thi- Mirasol, the MR vaccine has neither aluminum or if I Mira soul in it. So those are separate arguments from the Oregon the ORs alive by respect seen aluminum will kill that those live by researchers. And so we'll mercury so just wanna make sure that we're not sort of mixing and matching issues together. So the vaccine I think the most interesting science round out with the MR back seen be leading to autism is being done by one of the top stem cell therapists in the world stem cell. Scientist named. Dr Teresa Di Scher now her work. She's been injecting MR vaccines into Petri dishes of cells, and then ultimately stem cells, and what she's finding is that the aborted fetal cell lines that we're growing rubella on the M. Our vaccine is measles. Mumps rubella. The rebel portion is what's changed in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight Dr Stanley Plotkin said I've got a new rubella that's being grown on aborted. Fetal cell on's. Well, when they put those into the back seen that cannot detach the DNA, and so what they decided they were going to chop it into a bunch of pieces and create DNA fragments that somehow that'd be safer. There was again, I could tell you how many times there's a sumptious around the science and how this should do it. Instead of actually doing studies to see if it would be dangerous or not they just thought, you know, what whole strands of DNA could be very dangerous. Let's chop in the little pieces will Dr Theresa dice now showing in her studies that was a huge mistake because. Because those little fragmented pieces can be taken by cell. And then it joy, basically new Tate's its own DNA code and the cell not a problem with it's just any old cell because we have millions of them in our body. But what her studying showing for some reason, the stem cells coming out, and grabbing that floating fragment, and it's mutating the stem cells of children, which can lead to in her case, many studies are showing it could be leading this massive increase for seeing in in childhood leukemia. It's very very compelling. And if you look at the science now, we've been waiting for stem cell therapy to come along for a very long time. And this is what I do. I'm not a scientist. But I look at the world and how they come together. There's a reason we're not really getting advancements in stem cell therapy, and nobody can go down to a stem cell therapy center, and have stem cells. I mean, a DNA therapy inject in what they're going to like fix a genetic code problem by inserting an outside DNA. Code the reason is that Keith at the land in the right spot. And if it doesn't lend the right spot. I'm sure, you know, this George it lands somewhere else what they get is replicating cell problem, which leads to cancer almost every day. You get a hexagon or Tetra head head drawn. So that that has be that that builds receptor, exactly. So for now, why is it real quick here making you're right here with me, George, so here's what Theresa Dyson said. She says, I'm one of the top stem cell therapists in the world and scientists she's talked to DNA scientists and said what would happen if we just injected free floating, you know, DNA fragments into children they said that'd be catastrophic. I mean, you wouldn't do that. She said what if I told you we're doing that in two of the back scenes in our program, the Berra Sela vaccine in the MR back scene. And they said that'd be now the cannot possibly be true. But it is George. They never did any safety. Studies on this. They've never compared a group that God these vaccines to a saline group. And so all of these rises in auto immune problems, we've got floating DNA from dead babies, cutting into little fragments floating around the body, and injections and anybody that works with stem cells would tell you that stupid. Did. Well, here's here's the reason. Why? That there is part of that is let me tell you ask show in nineteen in the early sixties. We had twelve million cases of rebel. It was an outbreak. So the the problem is that rebel is one of those diseases that thousand four said it was radically. Now, the the vaccine itself rebelo, I don't know that it's using replicate cells from de babies, it is I could take you can look it up after this is over. But okay, sitting here, I'm a journalist. I say it all the time for the last three years I've been challenging health and human services they admitted it's written on the insert of the vaccine itself human diploid cell. So it is. So let's just go ahead. Non recumbent hold on his non recumbent DNA. Or is it because that's that is a that is a big difference in it. Because if you're talking about DNA, there's a big issue than saying, it's baby cells because that sounds really evil. The problem is you rebels one of those diseases like diptheria, they wiped out a large class of people. And if you're saying, hey, how can we make those vaccine safer? We had one hundred we had thousands of deaths and nineteen twenty one. There was a diptheria outbreak. It killed twenty one thousand people in the US in nineteen sixty four sixty five we had twelve million cases of of rebel that did a lot of damage to the people. Now, here's let me let me miss on. The George rebel actually is one of the most trivial diseases there is it doesn't kill people. But I will give. What it did do where rebel was the problem is if you were pregnant, and you got rebel that was the first that was where we I thought was causing autism and schizophrenia. So you didn't wanna get rebelo what you're fading other than that? It's nowhere near as as effective or dangerous as moms or measles. And I think those are trivial but rebels extremely trivial unless you were pregnant I just wanna make that correction. We came up with the vaccine for pregnant women specifically to protect the fetus, let me tell you this, and I'm gonna stay, you know, I'm gonna keep this. We're big former has some answering to do right now. There's a drug out there called Zo. Fran. I don't know if you're familiar with it or not if you wanna look this up, it's Z O F R E N now when it's given there's a class action lawsuit because in that drug. Is has caused birth defects? And what is done? It's it's giving bilateral kidneys to people. It is. You know, there are children that have been born without a femur without a radius. And it is so is big pharma complicit in it. Sure it is. But I think that when you're talking about certain. Certain aspects. It sounds deadlier than it is. I mean, when you know, what smallpox I came out what the original smallpox, they were taking the spores off the cow and rubbing it into the skin of the people. That's how the first one was, you know, and that's how the first smallpox vaccine began. So my question is when you're sitting there talking about the DNA have they done a pathology tests where they could Mark the DNA from the rebel avaient. Because if you're if you're saying it's non recumbent or it's a lie to Sam is that where's the market test? And again, George they ha they are so far away from doing the study that you're talking about. I'm simply talking about when they so here's what we've looked at with my nonprofit, how did these things get approved? And how are we saying? They're safe and effective. Okay. That's all I've been best. I mean. All I've investigated for three years is how were they saying that back senior safe, forget advocacy. I want even really argue with you about Epoca. See I think let me just be clear, I think the measles vaccine for the most part protects you from measles for a period of time not for your entire life like getting the disease would do that's perfect immunity. That's the best of Ferrari of immunity, but MR back see will protect your about ten years for most people. So you're gonna have to keep getting back seen over and over again if you want so I'm not gonna argue with on epic except for when it comes to mumps. We're seeing mumps outbreaks now in bully backstage communities all over the country and same thing with whooping cough. And that's a different discussion. We can get into later. But let's talk about how gotta prove George. You want biomarkers and things I would love to just seen them have started out by deciding safety using the gold standard of safety. Double blind placebo study that I'm going to assume Zo Fran went through. I'm gonna -ssume Zo. Fran like most. Drugs. We take had one group got the drug and one group got a sugar pill if it was a pill. I'm not sure if this is an injectable or pill or they get into action and we follow them for like five to ten years. These two groups, and we see who has higher rates of cancer who has who were born with birth defects who ends up having autoimmune disease. Well, here's what we have discovered. And this is part of his because I was in a meeting with Bobby Kennedy setup. Donald Trump at the National Institute of health across the absolute heads of our back seen program. Tony fouled. She had been fictious disease. Francis Collins, head of the NIH and so forth, and what we said to them is. We can't bind a placebo study that you approved the back scenes for for safety. And and so if that's the case, and we said, we searched clinical trials dot gov. We have homed at George. We can't find we call every manufacturer website. We've read every single study that every trial. They said they did and not a single one of them ever. Compared against the group that we're getting at placebo to say, what were the hell, and I will tell you that the ADA the American Medical Association has said that that's unethical. You cannot. Here's the issue with that that that promise is while you need the pathology behind it. You can't expose a one year old baby in a placebo effect to malaria because that's what you're going to have to do. And it's the same thing. Not true. You're efficacy study. I'm talking about safety that would put them in front of the disease to see if it works. We're just saying does this back seen hurt you or not you don't have to come in contact with the disease at all. Let me just correct that in order to a safety study on the back scene. You don't have to put them in, you know, in a room full of measles or anything like that. You just need to run them through the regular day life for a couple of years, hopefully three or four because that's how long it takes develop an autoimmune disease most of the time or something like autism. They don't do it. But you all right. They do say it's unethical. So let you. Finish. But I wanna make sure we're talking about the same thing. We're talking about a safety study. Not an epoch ac- study. If we're doing an Epoca see study using a placebo. Yes. You'd have to put him in the room with rebel or put them in a room with measles to see if the vaccine actually stopped it. I'm not talking about that. I'm just saying does this back seen safe to put in your body that doesn't need you to put you in contact with the actual disease? And that's where that's where I think that the Thalji in here. Here's what the people that are arguing insane about the pathology. If you if you said, this is the compound that's in there. Okay. We can do tests and we can do tests on on. On cells, we can do laboratory tests as long as as long as you come to the table with a let's let's say this that you come to the table in full faith that you come to the table. And you're not sitting there going. You know, you're not a dishonest broker in the conversation. You know, you're not saying. I don't know whatever you're saying. But if you come to the table and say, hey, listen, this is the pathogen. These are the exact compounds we can replicate them we can eject mice with them. We could do there's a drug and the hold on. I need to pull this up because I'm gonna want to pronounce it correctly. There's a drug out there that it's called. Flora Leipus, some DO now it when you injected into mice. It lets you test drugs on it. Okay. Now, I don't know if you're familiar with this or not you could test it on the sells, you can taste it. Look you can test it locally. You could do a macro or micro study with it. And here's the thing you can inject them and say, hey, listen, this is the policy that we found because here's here's the issue that I have somebody that does data science, and it's working on this. I want to see exactly where the markers are. Are you saying to me like, for example, if we've had marines that have had method method call Ian, metha- Lincoln injected to them for malaria? They've developed some really adverse reactions to it. So why not have a marker for those people that? Might be prone to it. And. On a higher you to be the head of the CDC. Can I just say that you are? My argument, the aren't doing the simply you you're pointing out how simple it would be to start doing studies to show that back scenes are or not causing issues. One of the things that we keep hearing, including from Bernie Healy that ran the National Institute of health, which she came out saying, I couldn't believe how little science we had done looking at vaccines cause autism. The reason being that the culture in America and inside of our health institutions is they are so afraid that if they find a group, even no matter how small that are being affected in a negative way by back seen that that news will cause all America to stop backsitting. They're so concerned with that that they've stopped doing all studies. All altogether investigating the berry things pointing out. You would say look at my military guys. Some of these guys are getting really sick. That's what we're saying. Some of these children are getting really sick immediately. After vaccine Caesar's the night, they get the vaccine mask. Fevers three days of leather G. And then starts slurring the words they can't speak. They start, you know, losing to Billy walk biddies of kids falling down falling over three days after their back seen all these are George are signals what we're supposed to do is going investigate these signals induce studies. Like you're talking about giant event. My question is my question on that is simple. You have a child with a you have a child and I've seen the videos in hundred breaking in. And honestly, I have a I have a family member with autism. My question is this. Why aren't they pulling the pathology? Why aren't they taking a blood test from this child? Exactly, right, George. Why aren't they this is what I keep grooving in my investigation. I'm telling you that our health agencies CDC, the National Institute health and the health and human services are so corrupted now by the industry that they are a revolving door the head of the CDC at the time of the MR study which vaccines all about where they threw kids out of the study. She went on to be the head of Merzbach seen department for a two and a half million dollars salary. And I'm told nearly one hundred million in stock bonuses, we don't stop this revolving door, and if we don't stop addiction to the idea that backs ins are perfect. They cannot be challenged. We can't do the studies you're talking about. You're absolutely right. One of the laws were trying to pass George comes to SIDS. I've talked to many parents whose babies die the day after they get vaccine or the night of the vaccine the first thing the doctor says is the back scene didn't 'cause it. Well, then you go and try and then if you. Apparent many times, it's nurses that this happens to in fact, an MA fighter. Right. But the may find sits there's two things on it sits prior to the nineteen nineties. And this is the issue that I have one of the problems. I have is that when you know, like I ve argued with Pat because there's two arguments to this one is that it's body atonomy, and the government is going to tell me what to do, and that's valid argument. But part of the the the pushback, some the vaccines is there are things that are socio with vaccines that have no correlation. It's their dubious correlation. Like, the more nNcholas cage movies, come out more people die backups. So since all, right. This is true. Maybe people like, hey, you know, what we don't need to see Bangkok dangerous. Let me just drown myself. So one of the problems was syd's is that when we one of the things that happens with sits, and this is a frontal lobe, and what is what the hippocampus does. It doesn't want it. They're not fully developed, and that's why most SIDS cases which are down about thirty five hundred year. They once we started putting babies on their back. They wound up sitting SIDS cases went down. And a lot of people was said in its cross culturally. This is the issue is sits there places all over the world. Even when they don't give vaccines kids dive sits one what they've said is listen put your baby on the back. It does. It does not put any pressure on C four C five or or C three. And as result, you have better blood flow. Guess what they put babies on their back and. Sids cases went down. Now. Part of the problem is we don't know what causes sits to begin with. We have a we have a hypothesis. We don't know what causes autism. We have a hypothesis. And so the problem, George every hypothesis exclusion, the one thing the most amount of by witnesses point to that's the vaccines. I have no problem we should be looking multiple areas. But not since two thousand four has our government funded any research looking at do back scenes cause autism do vaccines caused sits. And I I have a question that kind of correlates to that. Well, how much would with congress passing legislation, and this kind of goes back to what you were saying about the whole system being tainted congress passing laws saying that you can't you can't suit any of these companies how much more information could we find out if these things could be taken into court on. You mentioned that to elaborate also on top of that of what vaccines have actually had studies done on them. Yeah. For Chisholm connections, one one which one is that one back seen the MR vaccine has been through studies does it cause autism with is actually autistic children in the study only one back scene, and they keep doing this study over and over and over again in different sort of, you know, no because the fry Adams hold on the front Adams case, the the Adams study is is studied that there's numerous ones that have studied the vaccines and autism. The problem is. Setback scenes, plural an autism. That's not true never been studied. I can officially say that only MMR only MR studies. We have never done a study back scenes. We've never done study on hepatitis B in autism on D tap back seen and autism on hepatitis Faust on the hepatitis b they did the mouse study on the L one were injected the the mice with L one, and none of them. None of them went adversely or mimic those same characteristics. So I'm asking we're did. I think simple. You know? Here's where it needs to start George, and this is all we call for you can't keep doing 'em Amar says the most recent one came out of Denmark, just recently, Denmark, correct? Right. So Denmark just last month, essentially, what it did was it said, we prove the vaccine doesn't cause autism. And what we did was we found all the kids, by the way, Denmark, gets twenty six total vaccines. We get seventy two. They don't get a hepatitis b vaccine on day one. So why we even use their information can relate to America. I have no idea, but we do this is the study being held up. And here's how they do it. They say we took all the kids that had every back seat in the program, accept Emaar. And then compared them to everybody that had every vaccine plus an MR and we found that the rate of injury. Autism was similar. They said there was a slight uptick in the amount of autism in the group that got the vaccine, but it was typically insignificant. This. This is how they keep doing this study. They're not comparing it to know BAC scenes or somebody has a perfectly clear body and to your point about the plastics earlier in the burning plastics and people showing autism like features. Let's get into what is actually is being described as by the professionals that work with them, it appears that autism is children who cannot detach Safai as fast as other healthy children. They hold pocket metals and chemicals in their body longer. They can't method is what they say. And so they're looking at different genes on why that may be possible. And maybe this is the beginning of where we're going to find that select group that are being injured. But so it doesn't matter that this one backseats aluminum mercury potentially. It's all the things you're talking about it's failing along with the fact that you're getting an aluminum shot, and that's just push you over the top your brain swells. And you have a problem. So I'm not saying that any singular vaccine is the only 'cause about them. I'm not saying that back scenes are the only of autism. I'm saying is the CDC website says back scenes, plural do not cause autism. And they only done in an epidemiology study looking at one back seen the MR. So it's a fraud to say back. They say more doesn't cause autism. And then I would point to Dr William Thompson that says the most important study, we point is the fraudulent study. I did. On their website, hold on on the same CDC website, which is the project that we're working on has said that air, there's a direct correlation on air pollutants in autism rates. By the way, they have not said anything of the sort they've been citizen. The director say they're starting to say, we believe there may be environmental back factions are issues factors involved in this. They are not a have not made the statement that they know that there's a direct pollution caused. I'll tell you why. Because they're still trying to convince everybody that you're is happening in utero. You were born this way autism starts from the beginning. The most famous book out right now is by Dr Peter hotels. His book is called what's her name? Whatever his daughter's name was not caused by backseat did not cause my daughter's autism, essentially, and he claims it happens in utero. So what you just said, I agree with I think the pollution outside back Sion's environmental issues are causing autism. And our studies that you can point to that would prove that a study out of Duke University took the cord blood of children that were autistic now their parents when they were born had kept the cord blood. And now once they were three or four years. They've been diagnosed with autism. And they did a study saying let's inject their own cord blood back into them. So that they get the stem cells they were born with and you know, what they saw incredible increases in health. The mannerisms went away and many it was really promising. Here's the problem with that study. They just proved those kids we're not born with autism. Because if you took stem cells in cord blood from child with down syndrome, a an issue are born with the error is already in the stem cell. Injecting them with their own stem cells would do nothing. So if in jetting an autistic child with their own stem cells, you're proving there's an environmental impact no-one is let me ask you this. Because this is I we've agreed on this one who is saying that there's not an environmental CDC HHS NIH. Everybody keeps saying it's all DNA. They're only now starting to say there may be an environmental component. But there are pointing to anything and they're trying to study. Gene, the entire genome project to see can we prove you're born with this. They want to prove we're born with us. And every study around the world is saying not. And by the way, there are studies that like to send you when this is over being done all around the world inject in the amount of aluminum in our vaccine program, and we are seeing autism like features in mice in sheep in in monkeys. So the animal studies are being done only in America. We don't allow any of those studies to be read by the public. They will not give them any credibility, and Dr Paul off at once again, one of the leading voices will say there's animal studies cannot point out what happens in human beings. And you know that that's the best. We can do if we can't here. I'll give you can I dress for a second. And I want you to write this down because this is something satori. There's a drug called cloudy Lipson. Okay. Now, this is a compound that is given. Mice for testing. Okay. And one of the problems that I guess I have you know, we've let me tell you this one of the things that we did in our test. We we used a polyethylene with acetone and chlorine chlorine dioxide. And we burned it. Okay. Those fumes when we exposed mice to that. Okay. They it it damaged their cells lie. And we used in our study used adult mice. We didn't use. You know, we use fully developed mice their cells were damaged now some of them. Some of the cells became basically sickle cell, some became. Hedera gones and all the receptors some of the receptors were damaged now what we've come to our feast, or what are what are hypothesis that? Once you burn plastic once you burn plastic any of the petroleum based compounds. Whether it's be peop-, whether it's ABS ABS far PSA f for any of them. And you you burn it with a dioxide whether it sulfur dioxide or Corey dioxide the adverse reactions on a on a cell system are very harmful. Now, we have tested some compounds. And what we're doing is. We're putting we met with the congressman from Minnesota that we're going to put a funding package together to say, hey, listen. These are these are seventeen apply compounds that have worked we'd like. To be able to have more testing. And basically say listen, the DNA, and maybe some of the damage is done. These compounds would help parent because one of the things that's happening. What autism is is basically you have a developmental. Deficiency in the human body that so maybe we could find a way to fix this. There's some other things that could fix and might might question is to you. And this is where I is. Why are these tests being done by somewhere? I mean, this is a simple test that look I'm not, well, I am a genius. But. I. Take some tests and running them with with some of the other compounds. Because if you tell me the chemical compound, I can build you a data set, I could build you the subsets I could say, okay, this is a marker. This is the way it acts in the hippocampus is the way it acts in the middle of this is what it does. Because if you take for example, decks. Methadone which is any the heroin. You can market exactly what the receptors are going to do. Right. Why isn't this being done? Let me answer that I answer that George you're absolutely right. And this is the heart of the work. I'm trying to do. I'm simply as I said at the top of this. I'm a consumer advocate. I know there are scientists out there just like you that are fully capable of getting to answers. We are told there are no answers for and here is why it is not being done. Let me I'll try and give you the scenario in the issue. We have number one. If you did what you just said, George goes out, and you decide to create a biomarker you track it, and you find all my God. It is true. The hippocampus is swelling when it comes in when aluminum kits in there and the aisle six the ends up being released to the brain creating cephlon at the event, which may or may not result in autism at the end of it. But the brain swelling is the real problem. I proved it tomorrow when you publish that study, George it will say anti Bax are working at this university. Should be fired immediately questioning BAC sees it's just happened to Dr Christopher actually he's the most reason person that's under attack. This guy is the one that dissect it a hundred human brains B's, he's one of the top aluminum specialists in the world, and he looked at Alzheimer's brains, and what he discovered a few years ago was the highest levels of loom ever recorded in human brains. You know, looking at all the other science he said, there's no doubt that Aluminum's contributing to what we knew as Alzheimer's well over the years people get saying do the same study with autism. Do the same study with autism is like I'm not why would I get involved in that it's too controversial? But enough people said he said, okay. So last year he got five brains about testing people including a fifteen year old child, and he went in did the thorough examination. He did on Alzheimer's brains. Nobody had a problem with that. But soon as he did it and said, you know, what every single one of these five brains had higher rates levels of aluminum. Then the entire. Alzheimer's group in the fifteen year old kid had more aluminum. There was a difference though. The difference was the aluminum was around the outside of the cells in the brain of the Alzheimer's patients. But in the autism. It was in the glee it was in his you know, it was that macrophage. So it was an inner solar. He had wait a second. That's right, and in Alzheimer's, they had interest solar aluminum. But it interested in a hold on. I just want to clarify that your statement in Alzheimer's they had interests on loom in autism. They had inner solar Lumina. Correct. And where was the study done is done out of keele university in England, and he published it and now he's under attack. They haven't withdrawn his paper they haven't proved anything's wrong because he's one of the best scientists in the world. And if you look it up yesterday, it was an article what was it out of the Daily Mail or or look into my staff over there, and they've even shut down his pay pal account. So that he can't sell fund future. Studies looking at aluminum back scenes this type of attack upon scientists that are simply asking important questions is got to stop. And this is why is so dangerous. The pharmaceutical industry has so much power. They're the number one lobby outspending oil and gas in America by two one and they're affecting our health agencies. Let me get deeper into the problem though, because it's a conflict of interest that you could never even dream up in your worst nightmare as we pointed out in nineteen eighty six there were so many injuries from back scenes that they said we are losing the ability to make a profit that was the statement by the industry. Okay. This was not a great product. This product was so failed that they could make money, and they said to Ronald Reagan if America wants back scenes, you're going to have to protect us from liability because we aren't going to make them anymore, essentially blackmailed Ronald Reagan. He hated the idea he thought it was stupid to take lie. Ability way this industry, but we did and in doing so here's how it works. We took all liablity the industry from the doctors from the hospitals from the Walgreens wherever you get that back seen. You can't sue anybody. So unlike Zo Fran or whatever you were talking about Zo Fran. I can't find out what the problems are. I can't get your internal documents. I can't see your trials because we're not allowed to go near it. It's totally protected super dangerous. Right. But here's what happened when we took the liability way from the industry, we put health and human services in charge for people watching this for the first time, health and human services, the mother of your health department. They oversee CDC FDA HRSA an NIH. So that's your overseeing health department. So when you sue for vaccine industry injury, you're suing the secretary of health and human services, you are suing the government of the United States and you have to prove you've been injured or your child's been injured. Just who their lawyers are the department of Justice lawyers are going to fight you and tell you your crazy. You don't know what you're talking about? Now in almost every other circumstance. The department of Justice is designed to fight or consumers against industry to make sure that we are not being injured by industries that are grievous in this situation. Our government is fighting for the industry against the the people themselves. Now, here's what's really messed up. You can't use. There is no disposer. You cannot use. There's no precedence. You can't use anyone else's case in your case. And you have to prove causation now, George you might be able to do that as a scientist, but your average person just simply witness with their own eyes. What they saw my child regressed into autism died the day after a vaccine, here's the problem. You have to produce the science to prove that the vaccine has been causally linked to the issue. You're talking about just who is supposed to do that science. Health and human services. So the very health department that you are suing right now, it's supposed to be handing you the evidence to beat them in court. This is like a murder case where their murderer is doing all of the forensics. It's really really scary. Now think about the fact that your government has spun ded this program said that back scenes are great. And the forcing it essentially on every child in America using coercion. You cannot go to school. You cannot have certain things you can't go to your school right now in New York City. They're saying that that that that Jewish schools should not allow any of their unbanned needed kids into that school period or they'll shut down the school. We're talking coercion. Like we've never seen years where the children were taken as. Yeah. That's a that's an outlier. I I'm not gonna talk about like the team bus in fever. But here's the point if the government is behind a product that strongly think about if they were forcing the burning plastic in every home, and you were doing the science you were trying to do do you think we would be hearing about it. Do you see the level of oppression that can happen upon any scientists question this? This is what's happening. This is why movie this is why Adam Schiff just said pulled backs of them is on shutdown. Anybody pointing out the things that Dell's pointing out on Facebook because our government is fully entrenched with the vaccine makers, in fact CDC now, so now you have the court system, you have the defending the defenders of the court system of the one supposed to be providing the science your requesting right now. And now look at the CDC the CDC's primary function and why they were put together and develop was to promote back seen uptake around the country. Why? To to to end infectious disease. Perfectly noble cause I have no problem with that. But the CDC is who has been put in charge of doing the safety studies once again, so now when you talk to William Thompson, and you see what he said he said we had a major conflict of interest. We saw that the MR backseat. Looked like it was causally connected to the autism. We were seeing and we were worried that if we told the public that there might be a small group of people being affected by this. We would go against our primary objective of promoting back scenes. It gets worse. They by five billion dollars worth of back scenes every year and distribute them the congress gives them the funds to do that if they don't distribute all their back scenes, they don't get their money back for the next year. So they're also marketing arm for the forest industry. And now NIH and CDC scientists are owning patents and things like the HP vaccine. So the scientists that are also supposed to be doing your safety. Studies are now receiving money by the. Sale of vaccines. This is why the science isn't being done, George, and I'll I'll make the point clear I could show you some stats but in two thousand eleven the institute medicine, okay? This is our this is our body of the smartest. Scientists in the world are Nobel laureate. Prize winners, they do not work for the government. So every once in a while the CDC will reach out and say, well, you investigate something for us outside of a government agency. Well, multiple years ninety four ninety six two thousand four two thousand Levin, they would ask about vaccine injury. And every time there's this growing number of injuries that are being reported. And so in two thousand eleven they said here are one hundred fifty five of the most common injuries being reported things like geom- Bara syndrome paralysis that's the job are- syndrome. That's an outlier and and hold on for singing because let me just that. I've been talking good. There's. That is a one in a million that is a one in a million syndrome, but there's a test for that you can test for that. Why why are you giving a vaccine and here, here's the argument that I have because if if you have that that syndrome, why are you giving vaccine to that without being tested first because nobody wants to spend money to test people before they get back scenes period. Ole stop HP has the same problem. They knew that the HP back seen if you're already HP posit will increase your risk of cervical cancer. Multiple studies inside their own programs showed that do they test for HP before they give it to your teenage girl. Your teenage boy, no, they don't care. They it's all about selling back sees this thing is really really problematic. So let me finish my point of the hundred fifty five commonly reported injuries. They institute of medicine looked into it. And what they found was four of the injuries. There was science to prove that the vaccines causes. Actually, it was about six and then four of them the science existed to prove that the vaccine didn't 'cause it but one hundred thirty four of the one hundred fifty five injuries no science existed anywhere in the world. They didn't look into it. And every time the institute of medicine looks into this. They rebuked the CDC saying you've got to do more studies. We are giving these backs to injure innocent children. And this is this injury list is growing and growing and you want investigating it many of the things in two thousand eleven complained about in ninety six and ninety four and still no studies to the point the main problem that was the main back seen that caused us to write the nine hundred eighty six compensation act, which took liability wipe, the industry industry was the DP T diptheria tetanus and Tusis backseat, and our congress in writing that law said we want you to mmediately investigate diphtheria tetanus and protest back sees and see why it's causing the problems that it is. We ended up changing that back into d tap. We went with ace cellular pertussis, but they never actually did a study looking DTP autism. And autism was one of the questions to this date to this date, George. They have never done a study looking at D tap axing doesn't cause autism. And in that two thousand eleven report the IOM is asked exactly that question. There are multiple many many many people reporting that their child regressive autism right after diptheria tetanus and ACLU protest back scene. And is it possible it's being caused by the institute of medicine said they said, we can neither confirm nor deny the causal relationship because no science has been done looking at the BAC seem when you go to the CDC website. And it says vaccines do not cause autism. You know, what they cite as their proof that two thousand eleven study that only looked at de tap and said, no studies exist, we can either confirm nor deny how did that turn into a. Causative? All vaccines have been proven an autism. This is the problem. And what are the problems with that? I will say this. And this is part of the I guess part of the consternation in this debate. I think that when you start using the word autism. And this is this is the issue that I have which in the debates, I think you have to say AST autism spectrum disorder. And because if you say because if you take a look at what Zimmerman road, can we let's get an Zimmerman gray talking about what Zimmerman ero- he said in this. I remember Michael was I think that's a deal there's still so just the Andrew Zimmerman for before we get into for people that are out there. Dr Andrew Zimmer was the state's witness in that vaccine court. I was describing where you're suing the secretary of health and human services. There was five thousand cases in court all parents claiming autism was caused by a vaccine those cases up until that point we're paying out between three and. Five million dollars a piece so all of a sudden the government took on this, huge liability, and they had a problem because it looked like the cost of autism alone. Could reach billions perhaps trillions of dollars in damages. And so what they decided was we're going to look at the five thousand cases, we're going to select five or six cases. And how we rule on those cases will decide the fate of the five thousand Dr Andrew Zimmerman was brought in as the state's witness for the department of Justice. He's won the top, neurologists and autism specialists in the world. And so in the very first case of the five Michelle cedillo, he said there is no mechanism by which a vaccine can cause autism. And that was his official statement. So now that we're up to speed go ahead, George so one of the things that I read through that case, and I read through England's notes, and I read some policy one of the problems that I think that goes on to the vaccines causing. Montas of one of the is that we're using autism is a blanket statement, if we if we quantified that and said, hey, listen, let's use the it's autism spectrum disorder. Why the funnel and not say that it is straight autism. Because if you're telling me, there are some markers that happen when you give certain vaccines to certain people they. You know? Like, for example. There's a study that was done in the EU. Okay. And I. That one of the one of the issues was a certain type of blood that when it was AB negative responded adversely to certain compounds. Now, this is I mean, I can pull it up. But it says that some of your your pheno types and Gino types of because where where you have positive a positive sum can be universal receptors. Other. Could be universal givers. Some of the the pathogens in those blood systems, actually, react, adversely based on your blood type. My point bats. Are we hold on? It's all product we give every single kid. I agree with you. We don't care about your methylated ability. You're going to get the same seventy two back scenes as everybody else. That's what I'm complaining about. I'm not trying to radically the back scene program. I'm saying we got to be smarter about this. Because of all the things your point out the human body is buried in. So many different miraculous wonderful ways. How is it? We can inject every single kid. Whether it's a preemie. That's two months early is getting the same hepatitis B back seen that kid doing. Ask you. Why are we doing the test? They if this is so important to the parents. And honestly because the ant the let's say the anti vaccine the problem, I have with the anti vaccine are group, but it's not all of them. It's it's it's Brenda and the essential oils group. Let me let me just put that out there who basically says, oh, I did my research. Well, wait a second Brenda. I'm the guy doing the research. And I'm telling, you know, this isn't this isn't possible. If you don't know the lymphatic system, if you don't know how you know apoptosis works if you don't tell what nuclear actualization of a cell work. Then it's the people that say CD oil cures cancer. No, nothing cures cancer. You either you stop. And you have what's called signal transducer STI drugs, which are signal trained teachers inhibitors and say, hey, this is what works. Why aren't we taking the tests? It's ninety. I mean, why are we saying to the parents say, listen, let's start with the star. With the pediatricians and say, hey, this is a simple test. We could administer if you're that worried about it. Take the test look at the antibodies palmar look at the markers. These are your levels. Why are we all number one? There's a couple reasons. First of all why do attest vaccines are perfectly safe and effective? Like, I was taught all the way through med school. That's what most of your pediatricians believed that not a single injury. They see is being caused by the vaccines. None of it's caused by vaccines. So therefore, why would I waste the time doing the tests? Secondly, we haven't done the studies to isolate what would be the proteins, or what would be the methylated issues or the genes that we would be trying to find markets for all science that needs to be done. But frankly, we need to start at the simplest study known to man, we need to see if there's a signal because we're being told there is no single. But what I'm telling you is there any pointed out my point with the institute of medicine is if you have one hundred fifty five. Common injuries of a product. By the way. Let's let's take it back. You admitted they don't do safety studies against the placebo because that would be considered unethical. So right there are in tire health department just admitted that every child in the back program is a part of an experiment. Yes. An experiment. If you don't know if it's safe, and you're giving it to every child because that's the more ethical thing to do. Then we have an experiment going on in our population. So while that experiment is going on what data are we collecting the see how injuries are happening or what might be susceptible group. And what we're finding is none if one hundred fifty five common injuries are being reported those or your signals those are the people out in the population saying this isn't working for my kid. My kid had seizures my kid had a heart attack by kid died by did stop walking kids. Stop talking by kids. Suddenly was covered in XM over their entire body. My kid got diabetes, and we don't have any history. Diabetes anywhere. My family all of these things are being reported and are are. Health departments roof used to do studies looking into it because I believe if you listen to how they say, they say there are no studies that prove that causal connection there a boarding doing the study. So they can keep saying that to you. They don't want to know the truth. Our entire science is Austria sticking their heads in the sand approach. Let's just keep assuming safety. Then there's a really great video out there of Dr Stanley Plotkin who's the living godfather of our vaccine program. He's made more vaccines than any human being alive. He's on the board of Berkeley every single vaccine maker in the world, and he decided testify last year on behalf of a kid who's father wanted to backsitting and the mother didn't want to back Sonate. And so he was on the stand for nine hours and a really brilliant lawyer asked all the important questions that you would be asking him to and number one. When you ask him things like you tell people that detat back seen does not cause autism. How do you do that? When the institute of medicine says, there's no way the science has not been done. And he said where there's a lack of science I assume safety, and that is the model that is why this is a religion more than it science, George the option, and let me can I mentioned something about Paul off it. Yeah. Yeah. I have one more question that we're running out of time. But you respond to that quick George, and then I've got one more for you guys before we wrap up in nineteen fifty five. There's a thing called the cutter incident and Paul off it and for those that are not familiar with. It was a polio vaccine given nineteen fifty five proved to be ineffective now the that caused a huge. It was defective. And there was paralysis. There was that it had to be abandoned. Now, it was the vaccine it was manufactured by cutter laboratories that calls for had caused forty thousand cases of polio. And it killed ten. So that the idea that? The idea that all that scenes worked altogether is exactly I agree with that. I am not against it's just like penicillin. There are people that are penicillin resistant. They're lergy to their people that are I personally, I'm allergic to read through Maya soon. So I'm saying to you that as a concern intas, man. This is common sense. I'm so happy to hear you say that because I'm so tired of staring at doctors and journalists telling me nobody is ever injured by actually come on. That's that's it's so why don't we take? So my final question is why can't we put a group together? Nonpartisan because all of us look, I mean, if there's five people on the show right now. And all of us have argued about numerous things if we can come to consensus and say, listen, why don't we put a partisan group together bring it in front of the legislation? Saint listen these are the test we want to run their scientifically based it's not Brenda and her essential oils in or. You know, because that's my issue. I want the outliers not talking I want the the people that have to walk around with plant with plants every day because they're stealing oxygen to go away. But if we're going to sit there and say, hey, listen, let's bring a group together. Nonpartisan and say look these tests we can give to the kids these art because if autism rates are climbing, we're all paying for it. I mean, all of all of us were vacs. But yeah, because it's like a fifty fifty chance that like I get kicked off YouTube just for hosting this let alone let alone trying to do that. And I mean, I'm half joking. But not really I mean, we've had Dell on a couple of times and our reward was getting shadow bound in the I tune stores. So we know we no longer show up on any of the trending list because because we addressed. The beer doing it. And I mean, that's a real that. That's I I'm joking. But that's an honest. Sure. Watching him my Facebook page right now. And that's that's a legitimate concern that tomorrow, you know, I might have a couple of strikes against me. Good. We have this kind of done. It's going. I didn't mention the word vaccine in our advertisement of this. But I mean, obviously, we these guys both of you guys have delivered. What everyone was really looking for information. Because a lot of times it's it's about what science do you trust one peer review can be contradicted by another one. So we got you guys are almost like agreeing on a lot of things because like Georgia's saying the pathology so important, I'm sorry. Go ahead. We're agreeing to the most important part Georgian. I maybe we may see we're coming from different perspectives. But it's a scientific perspective. Georgia's absolutely right, all we want to do is put together a body of scientists have both sides represented and had them agree on the methodology by which we'll do certain studies. One of the things that needs to be done. I think to start this whole thing is the CDC sits on a database of ten million people from HMO's all over the country. They have unbanned. Exited in their fully back sedated. Well, we would like to do is see a body of scientists with George on one side and others all sit down and say, look, there's some obvious things. We would need to do on this study like did rid of everybody born with a core co morbid issue, then let's just go with the healthy children and now its track, and let's look at it's a retrospective study. So you have no ethical issue. Let's compare the health outcomes of fully backs the children against bully unbanned native children, and let's see who's actually healthier because every time that study's been done independently in the world, it's showing that the back stated are far less healthy. The most recent out of Mississippi found that the unvaccinated kids had high rates of measles higher. It's chicken pox. But the vaccination were four times more likely to have autism five point seven more likely to have a neurological disorder thirty ties more likely to have allergic rhinitis three times more likely to have an food allergies list went on and on. But that's an independent study. This is what we're asking. For and it's really simple one of the easy fixes a couple of fixes. That is all I'm involved with as I said, I'm not trying to Radic eight vaccines from the program, but they're easy fixes number one, put liability back on the manufacturers vaccine if it is true only a one in three I think they can afford it second we want to create a national back seen Safety Board with jaaz like George that are not sold either way. That are just good scientists. Let's pay them. Really? Well, so they don't run off and work for Merck after they've done their work. We've done this multiple times. We did it with the National Transportation Safety board. We did it with the nuclear regulatory agency. Why? Because when we first started promoting travel on airplanes, those people that were promoting airplanes from Boeing, and then when there's a crash Boeing, go investigate the crash, we eventually said, you know, there's a lot of reports of pilot error. Maybe it's not a good idea to have the people invested in the outcome. Doing the research. That's the same problems that out too many conflicts of interest now with health and human. Mrs depending this product in court, and they could lose trillions of dollars. If it ends up proving that the wrong, and they are not doing the science CDC is promoting back scenes. They shouldn't be doing safety. We won a national back seen Safety Board everybody in the country should want this. Whether you're pro back seen antibac- scene or anything between we should know that independent science and real skepticism. Real honest questions were put board this on this back seen program. Just like we do with car crashes. Do you want board investigating their own Ford cars in there? And then tell you got five stars fresh. No, I feel like this is a win not because I proved on right? But because you're with me there's a way that science is done in. It's not being done on backseat. So why hope after this you, and I can get together and figure out how do we put that group of scientists together because it's really critically important when we have more babies dining on the first day of life in America than every other industrialized nation, combine four babies dying. I. I want to touch on that actually on that Dell. Because I think we can agree that the US is supposed to have one of the pinnacle medical systems in the world and the infant mortality. Yeah. That's that's what I want to touch on here because the US that we don't that have be one is kind of specific to the US. I think right. So so I think. Say that again, I didn't understand what you for that hepatitis B shot. We we're talking about at the beginning of the episode. You said that that's important that a baby gets that in the first twelve hours of life for heard immunity. But I mean, we don't get that in Canada. We don't get that in a lot of countries. And and we don't see giant be problems. But that aside I mean that rate there that there's this one shot that kids in the US getting within the first twelve hours of life that other kids aren't getting and the US has. I mean, I can't I'm going to butcher the stat. Del probably knows it. But it's something like the US has more babies die on the first day life than the next thirty industrialized countries combined. Fifty percent more babies died than every other industrialized nation while following combined. These are the type stats, and so when someone will say to me, they don't have to do CBA studies because we've used backseat so long they proven to be safe really because when we were getting ten back scenes in the nineteen eighties before we took liability way, we had a chronic illness rate, America's children of twelve point eight percent of our children had a chronic illness neurological disorders and autoimmune disease end up making up the body of those now that we're giving seventy two vaccines. There are now set by the fifty four percent of America's children now have a chronic illness, either autoimmune or a neurological disorder now people say you can't make causation. You're right. I can't make causation. I'm just saying that those things have grown together. But here's the problem. Don't tell me our kids are healthier that. You're back seen program makes children healthier when we had the sickest generation of children we've seen in this country. And we said it all the time on the doctors. We would say this is the first generation of children America that will not live to be as old as their own parents. So I don't care if it's water food air flowers or back seen somethings gone, tragically wrong, me, you're using to look at the one product were injecting into our children over and over and over again has nothing to do with you better show me some science, and they're not they refused to do it. Wow. Heavy stuff. I will let me can. I just close with the thought on this. I would here. Here's the thing. I would be able to create the statistical models I on a data scientist and able to study pathology, here's what I I think would further the ability to have a much better narrative is if we said that whatever the compounds were introducing there, they are changed the language now. I think you have a better argument saying it's not that they're creating autism. But they're creating the ASD symptoms because that right there says, okay, wait a second. If they are creating the symptoms. Let's focus on that. Let let's say. Because one of the promises. No, one has no one knows exactly what causes autism. And we don't we don't have we have a hypothesis and the best one I've seen of any of them or the people of the genome product have basically said we have a weakened second eleo. Our generation does that the one today we have a our second Leo is weakened now. There's reasons for that. Whether it is pollutants in the air pollutants in the water, the introduction of BPA plastics, which are which are detrimental to the the human eco system. Let's let's have that discussion it say here. This is if we're going to leave a future generation to be in charge. And we don't want them know. You know to be sick. This is what we can do to prevent some of that. Because. What we can't do is. We need to take the right in the left and get the crazies out of the way. I mean, the the outliers the people that are going to say on the here, I have some jasmine oil and some eucalyptus leaves. And this is going to cure everything. Take the people out in the right that basically are the FEMA camp crazies and say, okay, you guys shut up. Go sit in the corner. Let's have a real discussion. Like we did today and say, okay, these are the things we can do. Actually, fix the problem. And if you're if you're your baby your child, your young, adult, or whatever you are in say, your you have these antibodies. We're not worried about you worry about them. And those tests are I think that we can agree on. We agree on almost everything George on the science. You're talking about just want the science done. I don't care if you call it autism. I clear if you call it. I don't care what you name it. I just want to see the science done and what we've proven with our nonprofit is. It's not being done sciences. Not an assumption. It's not it's it's not a, you know, a sport of consensus. It's a sport of real science of actually, you know, all good science should be able to stand up the skepticism when you see the terror in this nation now when you see the oppression of questions, I mean, I think I've made all reasonable questions about the safety in the lack of science and the conflicts of interest these are reasonable questions that should be allowed in the United States of America. And this should be allowed to be asked against any scientific body. And they're going to stick with the that there is no questioning this science it's settled. And I think you've already said George Yunan. Don't agree that any scientists settles that right now, I you gotta you. Gotta gimme the pathology. You gotta give me the data says I want to see the exact science. That's it. And that's the thing I've argued with Pat because if you're telling me, and I think part of the problem is especially is if we get the non I want to get the conspiracy people out of the debate. And I'm not talking about today. But I'm talking about Brenda. I'm talking about Mindy. And you know, that, you know, the soccer moms, I want them out of the debate. If you can't pass. Ah Bala g three oh to examine you don't. You. Don't get the you. Don't get the talk you guys this conversation. Hopefully, you know, it's resonated with a lot of people, and you guys have planned to that see to maybe link-up after this. Who knows what could come very important that you guys link-up? This is this is very important, actually. And and if you get those people out of the debate, and you go to the scientists and say, listen, I want healthier kids. I mean, you know, like, I said, and for example, I awoke pats home from has lower cases of autism rates. Did you know that? No, I didn't know that. Where where I I will has the the less lesser amounts of autism rates than some of the other states, not all states are equal. So let's look at that. Let's do the data science and deeper deeper studies, obviously need to be done and start Lincoln up to brains like yours in a symbol the right team. And obviously, we're here to continue helping guys spread this word. So I don't wanna keep you guys too much longer. And I hope everybody again has really enjoyed this debate. I wanna have part two and three of this because this is an article to this because this this fate actually went a lot different than I was expecting it to especially with. That's the beautiful thing. That's the thing. It went exactly as I expected. I I expect to very intelligent, man. Having a great discussion and bring it a lot of stuff shedding light on things and educating a massive amount of people, and and I'm very thankful that we were even able to get you to together this bit an incredible experience for all of us, really. Guys. And and you know, big thanks to Dell. Big tree, the host of the high wire an amazing guy who directed vacs, George. Thank you so much, George Pardo. So very intelligent guy. And certainly we'll have you on on other subjects because of your intelligence and Darren with the grime Erica boys have have helped us a great deal and getting this out there. And of course, this conspiracy pharma, Jeff, and I I think that we want to shed light on this. And we want to be able to poke through and and get these shadow banning big government. You know, big social media giants off our back. So that we can actually discuss the truth. The American people deserve. And that's I I've been more. I'm more passionate about this than I wasn't win a world, title and fighting. I can tell you that the truth is very important share this gentleman share this year, the because the shadow banding and the censorship is absolutely real. And to both of your efforts to continue in providing truth this conversation, which you know, obviously, very nuance conversation again like pets it. Thank you. Greg Marica, boys? You guys are awesome. Guys, and this debate from our side was brought to you by chemical-free body dot com forward slash farm. We're to go to chemical-free body dot com. If you wanna flush out your system from all the toxins that were netjets James who I've had him on my show who's in. We've got science on it. He's a very very knowledgeable. Science is very. Mentioned, sir. No, I don't use sponsors. We do this all with people that stay behind the scenes, I'm supported by entrepreneurs and celebrities, and lawyers doctors that simply believe in the transparency of science, and that grates can stand up to skepticism reasonable skepticism. That's what's happened here today. I wanna thank all of you guys George for stepping up and really bringing fascinating science. It's so awesome. I'm so I mean, I hope that people out there yet more of you to really hear someone talk about science. It's like it's really fascinating and interesting, and you have a wealth of knowledge we are going to hook up after this. Because I think there's a lot we can do together. And of course, the only thing I would like to say is that today few hours ago? Three service members were killed in Afghanistan roadside bomb, please for those people that have family that are deployed keep you know, keep them in your prayers because they are difficult job. Job in adverse conditions, and for all are the people that are deployed out there. You know, we have our full support. Absolutely. Absolutely. And of course, the America show is brought to you by people just like you. We have no corporate sponsors. None of that. Or we wouldn't be able to do this. So head over to grind, merica dot CA slash support today and sign up and help us keep doing these things. I'm trying to get Peter hotel to come on. But he's resisting. I'm hoping. On. Yeah. Hoping I'm hoping Georgia's bravery starts on your they'll tell you what you guys were very amicable with each other. We've got thirty three hundred comments on the Facebook video. I mean, there was some some prick re in there. But for the most part, everyone was was pretty nice. And and we've got thousands of people watching live, and you know, they they can try and silence. But it's just not working. So I will say this before we go anyone does have someone that they think we should have on for the next debate. I'll hosted again, and I'm sure patent. Jeff will join us again. And they can Email Email me Darren Eker, America dot com. D R E N Akra, America dot com. And we will we'll do another one of these. I mean, I seen del say on highway or the other day to line him up. So I'm going to do my best. Jeff threatened close us out, buddy. No. That's it man pieces so much love United. We stand each one teach one, ladies and gentlemen, don't let fear control. He's kind of conversation. These open dialogue open exchange of ideas, quite civilize. We saw tonight. Thank you guys so much peace and so much lovely gentleman. There will always be more.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Boyer cannabis talk a-to-z, Gregory l Smith is our guest today. Dr Smith has been practicing I have to rephrase that Dr Smith has been educating doctors patients in many people about the benefits of the cannabis plant to CBD, including the THC. And how the combination together work. Dr welcome back. I I asked you a loaded question about the opioid crisis. Before we went to it went to break, we are inundated with addiction. And listen, I'm the first to tell you that one of the reasons why I was so skeptical of cannabis and I haven't shared this in a long time. But one of the biggest biggest reasons I was skeptical was I had friends that in my opinion are addicted to pot. And I thought. Well, if this is what it's all about. I don't know if I want to talk about this or be involved in this world, they are a minority, and I'm realizing that today, they are a minority just as you can become addicted to alcohol just as you can become addicted to food to gambling to your. Electron devices. We are. Indeed, we are at a time in the world. And I was once an alcoholism counselor. And some things have not changed. We are twenty four seven today. Stimulation in our world is is intense and addiction. Can happen anywhere at any time. And the catalyst can be the alcohol. It can be the opioids it can be a number of different substances in. So that being said. What is happening is that a lot of young people are getting into accidents and doctors with all due respect to your profession have given too many opioids out and not understanding the addictive nature of the Mitchell until we where we are today where we do understand it. And unfortunately, many lives have been lost in many people are still on the streets because of this addiction our own veterans coming back our own veterans coming back from war have the same issues. So please, please. Give us your thoughts. I know you've written papers on this. You've talked extensively about this. So I I I want to briefly talk about addiction. That's the only oil in in the cannabis plant that you can get addicted to the causes getting high and let me tell you what. Not had your coffee in the mall. I'm sorry. We lost you get. If you didn't have your coffee in the morning, you become irritable. Uh-huh. Heard about grumpy you gotta headache until you get your Cup of coffee. Right. That is what animus addiction looks like they will go they're grumpy. They got a headache they want. This is what the looks like it happens in about nine percent of young people that smoke recreationally. That's it. They don't go and prostitute themselves. They aren't robbing the street. This is not a opioid addiction, isn't that benzodiazepine addiction? This is the same categories addiction addicted to caffeine or for chocolate. Dana and chocolate. That's that's the level of Dixie. So it's apples and oranges to say, okay. Ninety percent of young people that smoke recreationally. The ticket to their Starbucks as well, and that's the type of addiction so minor concern and something that can be easily addressed in and monitored. So now, let's talk about how can we use a CD THC to get people off of yours? We can look at what's already happened in Colorado, California, Oregon the rate of opioid death dropped by thirty three percent in those three states since enacting. So if they had never enacted medical marijuana laws mistakes rates of deaths have opiate will be thirty percent higher ratings admission to emergency rooms for overdoses without dying. It'd be what percent higher? So we already know population wise, we know there's a huge impact when there's a bail ability of medical cannabis. And then when you get into the later research, which is actually looking at how do you get people off you can use CBD combined with very effectively weaned? These patients off of their opioids. It it works next to accept it makes the opioids more effective. So you need less opioid. So you start taking less opioid while you're on cannabis, and and there's a whole system takes maybe six gradually. Wean off the opioid by using a medical. Is this? Protocol something that can help. Full-blown addicts on the street. No. Oh, brother, and I've had this. But he's a doctor as well. He's a yearly. I don't come back against him. He's involved with the Ohio you program, we both pretty this topic. We feel strongly influence on the road to IV use of illicit opiates. It could get medical cannabis game. The pre isn't a few programs around the country. But it it. It's such a huge. Multi factored problem. I think that. Early on when people are addicted to prescribed medications and the doctor can work with the patient to get them off the prescribe opioids or benzodiazepines and taper and Wiens using mild doses of medical cannabis very very effective there. Okay. We have been told that. In Colorado, which you mentioned earlier that when kids come into the emergency room, and and adults and sometimes even kids that have had edibles with THC in them. That this has been a wonderful Neutralizer to get them. Stop them from being so high. It literally pushes the THC off the receptor. So you give them two hundred milligrams a CD under their tongues fifteen to thirty minutes. CBD is in their blood. And it goes it pushes the THC out of baskets is being held in the receptor, and it goes and sits. Otherwise it can last for hours. Last six hours. You know, this is this is so critical because. People are afraid that cannabis is a gateway drug, and I'd love for you to share a little bit about that as well. Well, that has pooh-poohed so that that's from the nineties nineteen ninety nine believe was. In a certain time propagated that theory and then the latest report in two thousand sixteen from the national institutes medicine. Federally funded eight hundred eight hundred page document, totally pooh-poohed any idea that it's a gateway drug. We found out kids that drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes tend to smoke. I want it didn't cause them to go on to harder drugs. It's part of Kliot some serious teenage psychological issues. Cannabis is only just a symptom along with cigarette smoking and alcohol use it's a symptom. It's not it's not a gateway. In fact, pay conferences, I've been several times. I've heard that cannabis is the gateway drug out of addiction. They're using it for cocaine addiction for gamble. I've been hearing. Yes, yes. I've been hearing a lot about that treatment facility. Dopamine again, this has to be mild to moderate cases. These are not the severe cases which are. Tests, and challenging cases, which is most of the cases. Okay. Camping fiction even addiction. Thing where release dopamine from this one center in our brain, and that motivates and rewards as dopamine release the candidates can be used to decrease the reward we feel from gambling or whatever it is. Then you can use as part of a program and again, mild to moderate cases almost any addiction. You can think of. Would you do see the honors of explaining a little bit? If you wouldn't mind Dr Smith about the importance of sweep, and why this may be another great example of how this miraculous hemp pulling. It could be the answer for sleep deprivation in this country. You know, very very good question. And not as easy as you think it's going to be. So the the oil that helps us have the onset of sleep and deep.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"A lot of people are in their seventies in and learn help the bay hurt their hips are they do something to go in the hospital in usually when they that age they pick up on some you know drug resistance and about it resistant to bug and they don't come out and that we were planning on never my father me my father when in he was a diabetic you end with an injury on his ankle on now is anger on his arms he'll and he was lit up the hospital for a month and contract in see deaf and then eventually died a public area be him up you know these things happen all too often there should alone this is from the center you goal i didn't infections along with a whole hurt that he should it you know infection the ninety thousand dire need infection good doctors don't or sir and after the will just a simple and they film good track and they don't statistics and on top him to break it is medical well baltimore maryland they can i just about two months ago they're good alert they're doing cause of death in american last is simple mistakes so so when problems and go st coming up but supplies and they don't realize until to lead to death internally that amounts to current at the one thousand third leading cause of death number one cause of death came out to every fifteen so with it and every shift nineteen ninety seven different bigger amused paper america but the best article in usa today and he said number one cause of death an american it is a proven met with freeman believer it one maple freeman from kickers it's if you're america that came from the serve was a control and you're all american medical so occasion instituted medicine that yeah takes watched of medical community and they tend to turn it your america inhouse holding clinics.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Out of this reports that bear watching closely as this expands yeah think that the reason that the report was commissioned in the first place because that was appreciative that in the november election because that many it's we're going to increase makeup ability of of their constituents too get a bit either her recreational are you to you government medical groups want to have an update of the nineteen ninety nine report that was put out but he instituted medicine but make thinking it in the report a really the recommendations that we're calling for more money to be spent doing research into book the beneficial of that and the potential arms of cannabis use both recreationally in for you to clean and the the government really need to look at that carefully make bums available and the help they ended the way we do research because when we talk about research thing yet of the be per temp were talking about in going the way up to were using up i concentrated oil or taking domi edibles no on the cleared for people he's cannabis today what are some of the things that they should know that you learned in your search well i think that you know that get a berth in general as they but there are some but affect the some people may get some bowman every attempt them some chronic brock has increased lamb there it but that's a risk that some people may trigger up heart attack if they smoke candidate that was from well one but in general get a bit seem to be they pregnant women probably i wrister having a lower burst wait child and i think we all agree that at a let them because their brain is still developing probably should not use get a bit during those early formative years information on hot and driving there is some included in the report yeah the thing that and a bit used to increase the risk of automobile accidents to pull use increases the risk of automobile accident eight people.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There were man i was caught by something the caroline said earlier that her brother perceived himself as being in a very small group because we hear about children an older adults is he really in a small group or is it just the way we talk about and hear about cancer that mean someone is thirty five and in this case suffering from a fatal form of the disease is an outlier well for some we figure all i'm sorry about your last night that age group is particularly devastating when they have to face cancer and it is much smaller group and they don't put it into pediatric anymore and you're not late in the travel again could go either there are a number of like what your brother started but they're on their going on like with twelve stupid and it's for young adults which is usually considered between fifteen and thirty nine and meet if you thought they address are very different because there is a nice state couldn't getting the job you got it later not having children lock that are unique that population sometimes there who barnidge good you there because it's not participate as many clinical trial it could be after that we definitely the eight grader proper it would fit instituted medicine report look next just just topic a few years ago i think that great people offensive it would be a little weird the for the fifth an issue equipped any one in contention.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Complex of impressed for example he saw buys he's among academics who are committed to the idea that placebo as our justice good is actual drugs for depression even on that side of the equation where there's no adverse sponsorship of justin allegiance to an idea i thought you know was no was the case everybody tense were on the table but financial conflict are easier to identify five years ago the national academies instituted medicine suggested dozens of standards that should applaud to systematic reviews of the research literature doctor offered bird from the university of washington cheered one of the committee's money was one big concern if there is obvious sponsorship from an organization that might have a financial conflict has probably not a good idea would you say that people the financial conflict of interest should actually just stop doing systematic reviews in bed analysis is that it a reasonable suggestion of course you to lead wilson drink you know you're going to have to my lifetime probably not fortunately scientific journal's are doing a better job of making sure research's disclose their financial impressed it's up to readers now to take he'd richard harris and p r news i'm sam sanders campaign reporter and co host of the indi are politics broadcast and i love the community of able to build with our listeners whatever i sound a little smith we on the air people will tweet me home remedy this my travel for all across the country one always get rational recommendations handed even offers of a home good to me a one away from home it feels great thanks for listening to visit the arch kitchen.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Positively because there's no interest rate increase which means equities are higher s and p futures by seven points dow futures by sixty three barnes a little higher as well the two year not unchanged was seventy seven bases going through yield but the ten year one point six four is down a bases point of the day this is bloomberg this is billboard surveillance michael rookie along with his time came with talk much about all things fed as the program continues to seek how much of promise maybe it really isn't if you're an investor should you take it seriously the idea of a december rate increase but first were a check in with bubble get the bloomberg nj id step report brought to you by the new jersey institute of technology and that's in more than a hundred and ten million dollars a year in applied research to solve problems and improve life learn more at stories of innovation dot nj i t dont you d rather my could mourning his what's making nuisance science technology engineering and math the university of south carolina's school of medicine will stop using live pig sin into emergency trading after an animal rights group complained about the practice last month the group brought to the us department of agriculture saying the program instructs training used to cut into live pigs which within killed after the training session the school steen sent an e mail to the physician's committee for response will medicine saying continued advances in simulation technology make a possible to make this change at this time and sanctuary around the country are preparing for an influx of retired private lab champs now that the federal government has stopped backing experience on human kinds closest relatives the challenge will be fighting the room and with sources to how those and rehabilitate the animals hinch were key to developing important madison's and they paved astronauts way into space but they're used to climb dramatically in recent decades and a twenty eleven report the instituted medicine said science had advanced the point that most such research was no longer justified and ups this morning's bloomberg nj i t stem report i can tom but thank you very much.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on KDOW

"On twenty twelve statistics on any tsa in every state in the country good morning that harris cam's been action in every city in every state rapidly that was chairman how can i help the final local auto shots probably been there for years good morning that the backhand speaking of the nfl going to help me and most of them shops bag images and all tire that now environment you find us management you interstate batteries for sold in over one hundred thousand locally owned locations across the nation by the when near you that interstate battery scott calm take care of millions of conversations will happen today but a few of us have had a conversation about the chair we won twenty seriously all that nearing the end of life cheering your wishes with friends family and care providers now and is like changes may improve quality of life at the end of life both for you and how soon this conversation maybe difficult but wouldn't you rather have it now before crisis it's time to have the conversation visit iowa and not eighty you slash the conversation a message from the instituted medicine this given to win this tournament jamming your way each day it made possible by jpp financial you need a partner in helping your toward your retirement jpp financial has been guiding people on the passed for decades maybe steve it's or question for your right now eight eight eight ninety nine charges are anytime number talked to steve about it in indy nine two four two seven eight walton will depart with the answering a question that might have a little mike and san jose i don't mind thank you one what's your opinion would before the act some thinking about it but not sure where it is defied hitting i won't occur bond a year now done very very well when it and i still own even though it is still half couple months ago was told back.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"David dane that white wig and everything is there's some i thought i become whip the identity that people sheer where they lived in that like i am danny and i don't understand chris when we you're getting into the abstract dumba maturing for our team of multimillionaire as it does time to start to get a little on the murky i completely agree and understand what you're saying this is one of those numbers are you say whatever and just move on and try not to think about it too much especially nowadays the players are completely mercenaries they go from team to team it's not like well on the back before free agency where that senior drafted with that's been seen your went four yeah it's a completely different dumb phenomenon now yeah but quinn the bears are always there you know cold weather team well you know holtby player to actually click here nobody oh no white really chicago noted the call when it came of it really any better at it because in the nineteen sixties and seventies they work and so there that you know just like they were the monsters of the midway to back down i mean you know watch role fate you know the figured they were the monsters of the midway but you know i think clearly the chipmunks remember that took the old man's sad but with it rip it's a dozen they do ones i don't know back too absolutely absolutely three green that technically it really kind eighteen all of that there are cold weather team a play better home absolute because all active players are from florida in texas but we're going to have to leave if they're going to come back to pau we talk a little bit more about the bears in their last preseason game after the messages chris thanks for joining us it was vick by chris like i said will be back after these message is this our is also brought to you by the midwest sports institute medicine two we're going to have more be outsiders on the other side of this break on thirteen forty w jail well we'll counties news talk sports we don't import or export products.

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"institute medicine" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"institute medicine" Discussed on KDOW

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